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Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentu Such As This Make .K,'" Friday, October 27, 1916. Tuesdays and Fridays FACES A LIFE TERM PERCY CHARGED WITH BURGLARY THIRD TIME Follows Convincing Hustonville There will be a Hallowe'en party college given by the Christian Sunday school next Tuesday night. A small admission will be charged. Guests will come gowned in sheets Worth Living. s. iJSSS. 1 Crab Orchard. The Teachers' Association met at the Baptist church Saturday afternoon, October 21 and a most interesting and instructive program was rendered. Prof Hatfield in a most pleasant manner, as chairman introduced the speakers. The devotional exercises were to have been conducted by Rev. Morgan, but as he is in the mountains conducting a meeting, Mr. Cyrus Johnson was selected and a most appropriate reading and prayer were offered, then Mr. H. G. Skiles came forward and gave them a hearty welcome in behalf of Crab Orchard's people. His remarks were beautiful and every teacher present felt that he was indeed welcome. This address, was responded to by Mr. .Cytfus Johnson in a very graceful manner. The first subject, "Value of Agriculture in the School," was to have been discussed by Messrs. Earl Russell and Eugene McWilliams, neither of whom was present. Mr. Cyrus Johnson showed plainly the relation the community bears to the school, its duties and obligations and how very much a good successful school depended upon the community at large. His remarks were fine and enjoyed by all. Miss Adelia Russell, of Stanford, showed the value of play in the school. Her remarks bearing out the idea that play developes the mental faculties of the child by making the body healthy and strong and argued that especially should the smaller children have regular times for play. After Miss Russell's remarks. Miss Fannie Thompson favored the audience with a special solo and never was "The End of a Perfect Day" more sweetly sung. Miss Thompson has always responded so cheerfully when called upon to sing and is truly an inspiration to all coming in contact with her, her pure life, sunny disposition, gentle manner. Being totally blind has never once made her gloomy or despondent. "Home Economics" was finely handled . by Misses Melsaida Chad-wic- k and Bettie Miller, who each had given much study to the subject and their ideas were pleasingly presented. Messrs. Henry Davis and J. B. Hutchins were enthusiastic over the road condition in relation to good schools, proving conclusively that nothing could conduce more to the welfare and building of a good school than roads which could be traveled by the children in summer or winter without miring in mud and water. Miss Ellen Moore read a fine paper on the "Consolidation of Schools," and the advantages to be derived and when she was through with her argument she had most everyone be- lievimr her wav. After music by the ; n. rAAi.a tx r,ma came-forwa- rd and in his most easy at the STEWART -- Has Kept Country Out of War While in pillowslips. , W. M. Riffe and family have had Roosevelt Might Plunge It In as their guests her brother, Harry If Hughes Wins D. Stagg, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kirby, Mrs. Mary B. Ford, of Knoxville, That the citizens of German ex- Tenn., and Mrs. Jessie Stagg and traction or nativity in Lincoln coun- daughters, Misses Margaret and Elizty are not going to be misled in the abeth Stagg, of Stanford. present presidential campaign into Misses Lyda and Nancy Weddle voting for Hughes and thereby play- were in Danville shopping last Friing into the hand of Roosevelt, the day. greatest enemy of Germany on the Dr. 0. S. Williams spent Sunday in American continent, was the state- Danville. A jolly crowd of young ladies and ment of Bruno Miller, - a prominent citizen of the Ottenheim section, who gentlemen went out serenading Saturday night and furnished melodious was in Stanford Wednesday. Mr. Miller is a native of Bavaria, music for the residents. Try it again which has furnished among the very and the "eats" will certainly appear. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Riffe, Mrs. bravest soldiers in the German army in the present great war. He lived in Will Riffe and son, Daniel, returnWisconsin for a number of years be- ed home Tuesday after a visit of ten fore coming to Lincoln county, and days to Dr. James Riffe and family has always taken a great interest in at Cincinnati and Messrs. Luke and politics and knows what is going on Ray Carpenter and families at New in regard to every big public ques- Castle, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. T. Carpention. Mr. Miller said that he believed ter returned with them. Mrs. Crit Riffe and children, Miss that the eyes of the citizens of German blood are rapidly becoming op- Bessie Riffe and Horace Riffe were ened to true conditions, and they are in Stanford Monday. beginning to realize more and more Messrs. June Reid, George Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Adams, that Woodrow Wilson has been es-a good friend of the Germans, and Miss Mary D. Kennedy were among pecially when it has become so very those who attended the Read Reid evident that Roosevelt wants war wedding at Danville Monday. Bryan Jones of Stanford was here with Germany and that he is the chief backer of Hughes the republi- Sunday night calling. can candidate for president. Miss Maggie Stagg, of Stanford, It has been repeatedly charged, passed through here Sunday en and not denied, that if Hughes is route to Danville to be the guest of elected president Roosevelt will be Rev. C. H. Greer and family. She his Secretary of War, and Mr. Mil was accompanied by Mrs. Jessie ler says that the thinking Germans Stagg, Miss Elizabeth Stajrer. John do not want war, and realizing that and Will Riffe. Misses Mary and Kate Hanson, of there would be great danger of war if Hughes is elected, and Roosevelt Milledgeville, were here shopping has his way, they are going to vote Monday. for Wilson, after all. Fred Carson was in Lexington last Mr. Miller says that he personally week prospecting. knows a number of good German Mesdames George Bradley and tt citizens of his community, who McCormack, Mr. and Mrs. Jean usually vote the republican ticket, Dunn and little daughter and Will who are either not going to vote at Dunn went to Stanford Sunday afall in the election this fall or else ternoon to view the railroad wreck. Miss Cora Nunnelley, of Peyton's are going to vote for Wilson, because of the part and power that Roosevelt Well section will leave next week for is playing in the campaign for the Washington, where she will attend election of Hughes. News from the school for several months. West End of the county also, is to We are glad to state that little the effect that the German citizens Ophelia Jeffers is able to be out afof that section, are beginning to un- ter a short seige of diphtheria. derstand just what the election of Crit Riffe and family attended Hughes might mean to the relations church at Antioch Sunday and spent of this country and Germany, on ac- the afternoon in Liberty. count of Roosevelt, and that most of Miss Mary D. Kennedy, of Stanthem are beginning to see things in ford, is visiting friends and relatives the same light as Mr. Miller does, here. and as he so forcefully expresses himW. D. Stagg was in Louisville last self. week the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Speaking At Crab Orchard Walter Owsley. Mrs. Irwin Peyton, who is visiting Voters of the Crab Orchard section are to hear a splendid speaker her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Lair, ticket next Wedfor the DemocraticNovember 1st. He is threatened with appendicitis. About 75 members of the Chrisnesday afternoon, is former Senator George G. Speer, tian Sunday School went on a picnic State Banking commissioner, ui to Harris' Creek last Saturday and is quite Frankfort He splendid an orator, and spent a most enjoyable day in the address and woods. The lunch was a grand one will make a counevery voter in that end of the Wood-ro- and very bountifully served. The patrons of the Hustonville hear his reasons why ty should Wilson should be elected presi- school regret very much to give up Miss Kate Bogle, as teacher of the dent again. Gor"-- Dupree, who was billed to primary department. She has been a ne;ik at Waynesburg Wednesday member of the faculty for quite a that nhoned at the last minute Har-1j- number of years and has never failed in her undertakings. In fact it is imh-old not come, so Hon. Jay of Danville, was secured for the possible to say too much in her vacancy and accompanied by Rowan praise, as she is regarded as being and Sauflev went to the Soutn End was one of the finest and most cultured which made a splendid address, good sized women in our town. In her place Miss Betty Jane Peavyhouse is teachmuch appreciated by a ing, and so far is giving perfect satpi'flwd woods will be filled with dem- isfaction. The the Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Perkins, of ocratic oratory in Lincoln during and Crab Orchard, were the guests of closing days of the campaign every effort will be made to acquaint Mr. and Mrs. Hudson Bohon Sunday. the importance of reMrs. Hallie Perkins, who has been the voters with on to the presidential operating Wilson the switch board here, returning chair and taking no chances on plung- turned to her home in Stanford on account of illness. She is expected ing this country into war. back before a great while. Boyd Weatherford, of Danville, Democratic Speaking Dates Friday, October 27, 7 spent Sunday here and was the guest Mavwood Miss B. p. m., W. B. Hansford, W. S. Burch. of Mr. Dave Newbern. of Keokee, Va., Skinner, October 30, 7 Goshen Monday, visiting his family here. p. m., Kelly J. Francis, W. S. Burch. is Miss Webb is the guest of her couRowland Saturday, October 28, sin. Miss Minelle Pruitt at Moreland. Hons. J. S. Owsley and W. H. Shanks a M. Myers Mrs. Moreland, Monday Oct. 30 at 2 n3mber W. her friendsentertained last Friday of ado'clock. Walker L. Clemons will with an old fashioner "quilting". The dress the voters, and at Hustonville invited guests were: Mesdames the same night at 7 o'clock. Tucker, Hpcker, Riffe, Childress, Sugar Grove Tuesday, October Bishop, Morse, Stagg, of Stanford, 31, 7 p. m. H. G. Skiles, W. S. Burch. Misses Elizabeth Stagg and Rose Moreland Tuesday, October 31, Hocker. At noon quite a sumptuous course dinner was served. The 7 p. m., K. S. Alcorn, T. J. Hill, Jr. four was surely enjoyed day and Hon. C. C. Bagby. Hustonville has many runaways. Hubble Wednesday, November 1, One day last week a team of mules 7 p. m., H. G. Skiles, Rowan Saufley. hitched to a wagon became frightenon side Moore's School House Thursday, ed and ran down the lively walk No gait. Main street at a very November 2, 7 p. m., W. S. Burch, occupants were within and fortunate"Vr. B. Hansford. ly no damage was done. The animals belonged to Lee Tumey and Charles Dunn. REV. WALKER CALLED AGAIN On Monday afternoon the whole of A call for the 10th year of ser- Hustonville was put into panic by as pastor was given Rev. D. M. the running away of two horses. As vice Walker, of the Stanford Christian Mrs. John Blain was turning around church Sunday morning, at a busi- in front of the hotel, her horse beness meeting of the congregation came frightened, turning the buggy after regular services. It is the custhrowing tom of the Christian church to em- up side down andon and ranher out. The horse went into a ploy their pastor year by year, and the call extended Sunday is for an- buggy in front of Riffe's store, ocother year. No specified time is fix- cupied by Mrs. Ada Carson, Peavyup undered in which Rev. Walker must give house and she was doubled which the neath her buggy, from his answer to the congregation, as went to whether he will accept the call horse tore loose. Both horses Stanyear or not. He has done kicking and running down the for another ford pike at break a great work for his church since were finally caught. neck speed, but The women were coming to Stanford, each year seeing an increase in the membership, and shaken up considerably and are now nursing bruises, his many friends hope that he will sprained ankle, butscratches and a congratulations decide to accept the call for another should be made that there was no year's service in this field. one killed, as it seems almost a miracle that such did not occur. C. O. YOUNGSTER BADLY HURT. Friends were very much surprisDr. W. W. Burgin was called to his ed to hear of the marriage of Miss home at Crab Orchard suddenly Nannie Read, of Danville and Mr. Thursday afternoon by a phone mes- James Reid, of Hustonville, which sage from Mrs. Burgin that their took place at the home of the bride son, Francis, had broken a in Danville Monday afternoon. She shoulder blade while playing basket is a charming woman in every sense ball at school. This is the third time of the word and has a wide circle of the. youngster has suffered such an I friends both in her home town and accident 3a once before he had an here, where she often visited Mr. .arm oron.cn also. Reid, who lives a few miles west of Wea-therfor- d, Em-mew m-- vK. T a long time came this week from Mfc!j. C. Wheat, of Tucson, Arizona, in connection with its incrSse' in subscription price from $1 to $1.50 a year. Mrs. Wheat wqtes: EH 'As the SI a vear limit hasjfexpired, please find en- ciosea $d to pay tor zuo more wsues oi cne l. j. (two years), l would have sent it jher but did not want to get the SI rate. When you rai to $2 a year or even more, if you ever do, count mi on your list. I get more from my investment in the 1. J: than anything else. Just think, I pay 75c a month for ov city paper and there is no comparison to me." Ffs . . me i. X una 'oi xt. most appreciwieu icwcra. 11. - T o. nas received . in tne Bloodhound Trail After Robbery of Baugh- man s Mill Elevator Percy Stewart, a well known local negro, faces a life time sentence in the penitentiary as a result of the burglary of the grain elevator at the J. H. Baughman & Company mill some time Monday night. Stewart has already served two terms in prison for burglary and if he is convicted on this charge, and the evidence is very strong against him, the third conviction will carry a life-terHarvey Moore, employed at the mill noticed that the gate to the coal yard had been torn down, and then clumsily propped back up, when he came to work early Tuesday morning, and an examination by Messrs. John S. Baughman and W. B. McKin-ne- y, of the mill showed that sacks of coal had been dragged out of the gate. Corn scattered along, also showed that some of that cereal had been taken out. A case knife near the elevator door, gave mute testimony to .use in having been slipped through a crack and used in lifting the hook by which the door was fastened from within. Some corn was also found to have been taken from some sacks in a box car. The mill management immediately had Lair's best bloodhound brought down from Hustonville. The dog took a false trial at first and, after going down the railroad, went out the Danville pika and lost the scent. Brought back to the cars and the the mill elevator, it took scent again and went direct to the home of Percy Stewart on Waterworks street. It was brought back again, and this time took scet to the home of Charley Baughman, colored, in Macks-vill- e. Before, this however, Baughman went to the mill and told that he had bought some corn and a hog tankage from Percy Stewart the r night befjpre. r Stewart, who had.ibeen employed A ' w., wiiH ,i,'A . w ........unuuu Po1'J 'i,f tUlHC ll .i jiAV. .'11 m j ?. m. it-Hi- o. m is Long Shot Went Over two-year-o- S Saw Zeppelin Raid Local Man's Horse Wins Ott Willis Joseph G. Hackley, In London, DeMakes Good As Jockey scribes It In Letter Home R. H. Anderson, a Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hackley, west race horse owned jointly by Senator R. L. Hubble, of Stanford and of Stanford, have just received a letCol. D. N. Prewitt, of Danville, won ter from their son, Joseph G. Hack-le- y the first race at Latonia Wednesday. who is continental representaThe colt was a long-sho- t, paying $58 for $2 tickets on him. This tives of the Westinghouse electric youngster is a half brother to the interests in England, descriptive of crack of the west, Westy Zeppelin raid on London, which he Hogan, and though he has been slow a witnessed recently. The letter will be in coming to form, his owners look of interest to the many friends of for great things from him. In this connection, it is interesting Mr. Hackley "back home." He writes: to his friends here, to know that Ott 51 Coram Street, London, Eng. Willis, son of W. R. Willis, of Stanget his jockey's liford, is about to Monday, Oct. 2, 1916. cense. The youngster has been doing Last night the German Zeppelins fine work in handling horses for the appeared over England again ten big stable of J. O. Keepe and can ride as low as 100 pounds. He has in all. They threw out many bombs shown that he has the nerve and but killed only one person. I sat up spirit and Mr. Keene thinks that he late to see them and I had the most will make good suret He will go with the Keene stable to Tia Juana, just wonderful view which I have yet had. below the California border, in Mex- The one brought down was probably ico where the winter racing season near 750 feet long and one of the will soon begin. Young Wm. Wester-fiel- latest and largest types, carrying a of Paris, well known here, and who is a great friend of young Willis, crew of about twenty men. This is has secured a place with a big Lex- the fourth one brought down in the ington racing stable also and will last four weeks. soon get his jockey's license if he deIt was located in a few minutes velops as rapidly as Willis did. and was soon plunged to the earth. In falling it illuminated the sky with a reddish light, and for a few seconds one could not have told the Prof. Wilson has started a house night from day. cleaning all over the school. He anMy room, which was dark at the nounced in chapel that every one whose names is on any of the furni- time shone inside like the sun was ture or on any part of the school shining in it. The Zeppelin fell at building would be expected- - to erase a place, called Potter's Bar, a little the same. He says that ifi'yourAlame can be seen any where-- ' aH&iyouant oveynMMlesliorthwa T liiv nVi v to stay up ld two-year-o- ld d, High School News m sand paper it and th7Tnapplylf coat of varnish. (Jarvmg and writing on the desks have been done for several yeai-- and some have their names in many places. When this work is completed it should improve the looks of the entire premises. ' Tommorrow afternoon the combined football team of Nicholasville will play the High School. There will be a straight high school line-u- p that goes up against this team and the game should be a very interesting one. ihe price ot admission will be s Vinro Those who r cprnno it out of si &;, Tr .jia .AJ-.V- I rtfcSU&Ii$ffe The whole sky wa$'igdtasJ)TdSpjfc me think of the Day of Judgment as one generally pictures it mentally. The light was so intense that it instantly gave me the impression that it was about to fall on the house in which I live. The great flames looked to be so close at hand that I decided to go down into the street and be outside if it fell near. It was a beautiful starlit night, there being a slight mist which no doubt reduced much the light emit- ted by the blazing Zeppelin. The people in the hotel in which I live had all retired, but I resolved to stay up and see the action. I was looking out of my window watching the play of the searchlights; except for subdued chatter of the people who insist on congregating on the street, there was the dead of night's stillness. At midnight the sky became blood color. Simultaneous with this there went up a cheer from the peo- pie which up and down the streets for miles. To the North I saw the crimson flames shooting out from the ship. Within fifteen seconds the great glow in the sky had disappeared and all was quiet again ed It made 25 cents. Thp 3 A coal famine is raging here at present. Prices run up to 14c a bu- MRS. TRIBBLE'S 9th ACCIDENT shel. Mrs. J. S. Owsley, whose right anMesdames Agnes Herrin and L F. Jones went to Lancaster shopping kle was broken when she was thrown from a buggy the other night on the Tuesday. pike, is as easily as ' Mrs. Ada King is not much improv- Danville expected resting home Dr. could be at the of ed since our last letter. Mrs. James Manuel is no bettei. E. J. Brown, where she has been Mrs. Sarah Hurt has returned taken for treatment. Mrs. Owsley's from a month's pleasant visit to nerve under the most trying circumexcept that the cheering had aroused relatives in Lancaster and Danville. stances was well manifested at the Mrs. Douglas and daughter, of time of the accident, when she lay the people in the hotel where I live, Danville, visited Mrs. Susie Curtis, under the buggy, holding the horse and they were all anxious to know Monday and Tuesday. fto keep him from running away in Mrs. Kittie Farris, of Lexington, the darkness, while Mrs. Tribble what had happened. It was all over by went to the residence of J. Frank so quickly, and so far away that we gladdened her many friends here Smith for help. Mrs. Tribble was una visit Monday. could not hear the guns or the shrapMrs. Peters has been quite sick for able to lift the buggy off Mrs. nel bursting. It was a quiet, but several days with malarial symptoms. Owsley and had to go to the home of The drama, "Broken Links," to be Mr. Smith. T. A. Rice then came spectacular affair. The airship fell building, Noin a tree, as you read in the papers, given at the college to be a splen- with his auto and carried the badly hurt woman home. This was the vember 3rd, promises and the crew of nineteen were all did one and as the proceeds will be ninth accident of this kind in which dead when they hit the earth. used to build the Sunday school Mrs. Tribble had figured. She has rooms, we hope every one will at- been in runaways and been turned .1 remained up until two o'clock tend that can get to town. Come out of buggies, but luckily has never hoping to see another display, but help in a good cause. yet been hurt in any of them. the rest of the Zeppelins had fled. I Misses Delphia Newland and Hat-ti-e Owsley have just returned from am quite well and all goes well here. KIDD'S STORE a week's visit to relatives in Lexing- JOSEPH G. HACKLEY. A ten pound immigrant arrived by ton- ' . Stork Express Thursday morning at Mr. Steve Teaters is home from 7:30, increasing citizenship of the Church and Religious News Middletown, Ohio. business center just, ten per cent. Mr. Cleve Brooks has returned Mr. and Mrs. Hudson Bohon had not Cleveland, Ohio decided on name at last report. eshere, is a fine man and highly M. Robinson, of Preach- - lfrom Dayton, and Kev. Mr. WJ E. Perkins has been snf. teemed by all who know him. Mr. ersville, J. will preach at the Christian ferirnr with a severe cold Louisand Mrs. Reid left at once for The immense estate in Fayette Mrs. Sallie Thompson has been on county ville and other points, where they church at Pine Grove Saturady night, James B. Haggin Mrs. Sunday and Sunday night. All are a visit to Mrs. Sam Ramsey in the is to beof the late sold off in 100 will spend their honeymoon. cut up and ' Preachersville district. Reid is a member of the faculty of cordially invited. acre tracts. the D. & D. institute of Danville. Presbyterian chtT'- - -- Sunday Oct. Their wide circle of friends and lovFlour went to $9.75 a barrel .'Sloan's Liniment for Neuralgia Aches ed ones wish them good fortune and 29: Sunday School 9:".i. Service 11 wholesale in Lexington Wednesday. The dull throb of neuralgia is happiness in their journey through o'clock. Ordination of Elders and clerk of Roy C. White, life. in Richmond Tuesday. quickly relieved by Sloan's LiniDeacons. C. E. Meeting at 6:45; Ser- Madison, died ment, the universal remedy for pain. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Anderson, of vice 7:30. Easy to apply; it quickly 'penetrates Corbin, are expected the last of the PICTURE SHOW PROGRAM Services at the Christian church without rubbing and soothes the sore parents, Mr. month for a visit to her Sunday, October 29th. Unified ser Tonight Girl and Game. No. 15. muscles. Cleaner and more promptly and Mrs. John Allen. effective than mussy plasters or Jerry Adams returned from Lex vice Degins at u o clock; (J. Jii Last number. A good comedy. Saturday A Modern Knight, a ointment; does not stain the skin or ington one night last week in a newlmeetin at 6:3; Preaching at 7:15. Come Overland, western picture. The Days Work, clog the pores. For stiff muscles, chronic rheumatism, gout lumbago, Rev. M. D. Early, of the Stanford comedy and Mutual Weekly News. Mr. Samuel Denham, the drug Monday The Fox Woman, fea sprains and strains it gives quick reclerk at Weddle's Store, is suffering Baptist" church preached Jnorning and with a 'large carbuncle on his fore- nieht. last Sunday for the Ashland turing Teddy Sampson, four parti lief. Sloan's Liniment reduces the pain and inflammation in insect bites avenue-Baptis- t mission in Lexington, Master Picture. head. Tuesday Paramount The Code; bruises, bumps and other minor in Judge Myers and wife motored to in behalf of the State Board. He will Liberty Thursday on business- - and 1 conduct regular services at the Bap- - of Marcia Gray with Constance Col-- i juries to children. Get a bottle today at your druggist, 25c. visiting. tistj church- here Sunday, as usual. Her playing leading part. J Vice-Preside- organized for the study of musical history and universal things. The older Bach Club. The officers of this pupils of the piano class and among its members are several children of unusual talent, who may equal in their efforts the attainments of the olderBachClub. The officers of this club are: Adeliade Proctor, President; Lucille Walker, Eddie Bruce Baughman, Secretary; Catherine Murphy, Treasurer; Lelia Cook Raney, Pianist. The piano pupils from the Sophomore, Freshman and eighth grade have shown their patriotic spirit by naming their club for America's greatest composer, MacDowell. The officers of the MacDowell Society are Sophia Saunders. President: Sad:e William Wearen, Tate, Secretary; Annie Lee Eubanks, Treasurer and Margaret Davison, Pianist. The charter members of the club have shown a spirit of work by placing in the library a. large volume, "What We Have In Music,"writeen by Anna Shaw Fualkner. Miss Ballou allows us to copy the following letter from her former pupil. Miss Sallie Mills Craig, of class 1915, who is making a fine record in Randolph-Maco- n this year. Miss Craig said: I can never tell you how much I appreciate what you taught me about musical things, aside from actual lessons and the inspiration you gave us. We never realized how us until we left much you did for home. When I see how some of the girls are who come here, I certainly am thankful for the training I received at S. H. S. and I begin to realize how well taught I have been. Vice-Preside- will ho prilled nti " o'clock. Two new musical clubs have been ev- thafr should v 7A.C i..,, he . doinc. uteriner that j..4-cery cnnu.uu Kiveii "' i auvuniuRco. equui Then came Mr. W. T. White and as he smilingly looked over the audience everyone felt that he had something worth while to say and they were not disappointed. He has done a most glorious work among the children of his district, and as he explained his manner of teaching and upbuilding we could not but feel that he was in love with his work. That his whole being permeated with the one great desire to raise the school child to the highest standard of nobility by letting him feel that you are working for his good and not solely for the public school money. We are proud of all the teachers of Lincoln . overheated while being" driven to Danville, had been given to him and Johnny Green, and after dressing it .they sold it Monday for $11. Stewart denied that he had robbed the mill but said that he saw it done and that Allen Hill, Charley Dawson, "Big Foot" John Engleman and Hathaway Hill, other negroes, were implicated. Search warrants were taken out and the home of each named was searched but nothing was found to incriminate any of the boys upon whom Stewart sought to fix the guilt. Stewart persistently denied that hehad robbed the mill, and he also denied that he had sold the corn and hog feed to Charley Baughman. Rev. Ed Hubbard went Stewart's bond, to the amount of $25, until his examining trial, and Stewart was released from custody. Miss Margaret Lewis of Williamsburg is here with friends for a short stay. Everyone rejoices to see her again. Messrs. Ivon Fish, W. B. Hansford and Mrs. Ivon Fish and Mrs. Caltha Newland motored to Stanford Tuesday. county. " ex-circ- uit - : ."fcr&fo Page Two The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, October 27, Life In Philippines 1 91 6. The man with money knows prepared when i! pays to be TELLS CAUSE OF SEASONAL ILLS Run Down Health Makes Body Not So Bad, Says Private Mose Cooley In Interesting Letter His many friends here will be glad to read the following from Private Mose Cooley, of this city, who is seeing service with Uncle Sam's regular army in the Philippines: Fort William McKinley, , Children Cry for Fletcher's 3 The Lincoln County National Bank V , : Philippine Islands Editor and Friends: Dear When I last wrote you I was in STOMACH USUALLY TO BLAME Regan Barracks, which is something over four hundred miles from here. JmHMtMP The one battalion of the 15th InfantHuman Machine Fails When Diges- ry, E F G and H companies, is now tive and Eliminative Processes Get ABC and D companies of the 31st Out of Order, Yielding Poisonous Infantry, a new regiment organized Waste Instead of Strength-Buildin- g over here under the new army bill, Nutriment Tanlae Expert Talks. which allows only one hundred men Many ills to which people are es- as war strength. The companies pecially liable at this time of the year have been one hundred and fifty are direct results of a disordered slom strong, therefore it caused a split in ach and deranged digestion, according the 15th infantry also the 8th infanto the Tanlae health expert. try. A little over a company were "In a majority of cases those who transferred up here, I being one of suffer from sickness must blame their the lucky fellows. One battalion is stomachs," he said. "We must remem- here; one in Regan barracks and one ber that the strength of the body in Los Banos. This causes each batIf a good business chance were offered YOU today, comes from the digestive system. talion of the 31st to be stationed in Food Becomes Poison. you in a position to grasp it? You would be if you are three different places. There are two "When the supply of nutriment had banked the money you have spent on things you needed to keep the human machine battalions of the 15th in China but really didn't need. fails, the food which should have giv- they are now considered a full regien strength becomes poisonous waste. ment, as there are 1,200 men in the Begin NOW. Open an account in our bank. Pile up "The stomach has been called 'the two. I am very well satisfied up here ; your dollars and it won't be long before your opportunichemical laboratory of the body.' much better than Regan barracks, alThere the material taken into the body though it was one of the nicest places ty come AGAIN. is rendered into blood, bone and musever saw. This place is only seven Put YOUR money in OUR bank. We pay 3 per cent cle for permanent health, vigor and I miles from Manila and a car line vitality. interest on time deposits. "The success of Tanlae as an aid comes out tothe post. I have been to digestion, assimilation and the func- lucky on transfers and if it keeps the tions which dispose of waste matter pace, I think I will be able to write has been proclaimed by thousands. a book entitled "Around the World Restores to Normal. on One Enlistment." A large manStanford, Kentucky "Tanlae is a vegetable remedy, de- euver comes off in October. We exsigned to feed while it heals sick, pect to get a good taste of imitation sore stomachs, and to bring back the digestive system to its normal, natural warfare. The 15th cavalry, 8th inwork. Thus health is restored, yield- fantry and part of the 31st infantry ing energy, ambition and vitality, and are stationed here. We have a fine giving that feeling of complete well Y. M. C. A., good moving pictures, STATEMENF LINCOLN TRUST COMPANY being necessary to the full enjoyment all kinds of athletic sports. Soldiers of life by every man and woman. Stanford, Ky., Sept. 12,"1916. in quarters are almost like a large "With the health and strength that family. They all get along fine with RESOURCES: Tanlae gives, people are less subject each other. to disease. Thousands who have takBills, $23,136.87 I was very sorry to hear of Mr. en Tanlae are grateful because it Expenses and Taxes Paid, 167.98 made them well and kept them well." Jordan's death. He certainly was 3,235.49 In Bank, nice to me the time I worked for exclusively in Stan- him. Well, I suppose the folks did. Tanlae is sold $26,540.34 ford at The Penny Drue Store, E. R. not say last winter that the wind LIABILITIES: blowed me in Stanford and I put my proprietor. Capital Stock, $25,000.00 Coleman, can now be obtained in fol- feet under Mr. Newland's table. I Tanlae 1,468.65 Trust Funds, lowing nearhv cities: Morelaria.1 Ab- - pooled" tKem once, didn't I by getting V c 71-6Interest, v A raham, blinks 9 'Adams " them under Uncle Sam's table? The McKinney, Trues & Co.-- jEllis-- . tyoyea'rbill has been suspended for $26,540.34 . wrft reserve, aihilealso the four-yeiim i KriTniiT i run i irntirt , ,so quite a few cannot be discharged Dyne .Brsr; Brodhead, JohnRpb- "a great many more can't transv . If Lbihsr Lancaster, R. EMcRoberts; and fer to the states under the two-yeBeeLick, J. Reynolds & Son; law. I don't care much about it W. A. Horton. right now for I have 15 months to do aver here yet. I hear that Wm. Mer- FITZGERALD GOES TO PEN McCalla Fitzerald, former cashier of the defunct First National Bank of London who was convicted in the Federal Court several months ago the bank's for misappropriating funds, was taken to the Atlanta prison last week to serve his sentence. Mr. Fitzgerald took an appeal from the verdict of the court, but failed to make a bond for costs. When the Ycu can avoid the expense, delay and dirt of removing the old roof, time for filing of this bond expired In and the inside cf your house is net exposed during the he was rearrested and at once taken opportunity KnocKs: More Liable to Disease. jm&mmmm mm$&mmmmwMm JMBSUftiMifflm T'le Kind You Have Always Bought, and wliicli has been, in use for oyer 30 years, lias borne the signature of and. has been made tinder his ' sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in this. arc but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment per-rffl- jt- c4- - Jnst-as-goo- d" goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Feverishness. 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Yours, small bets were reported as having been at 10 to 9, favoring Hughes. M. E. COOLEY. Col. L, 3st Inf., Fort Wm. McKinley. Later in the day a number of large wagers were made at even money, Wail street hearing that Stock ExConstipation Dulls Your Brain. change houses with wires running to Chicago were That dull, listless, oppressed feel- son. Accordingheavy bettors on Wilfito rumors in ing is due to impurities in your sys- nancial district, the Chicago the houses tem, sluggish liver, clogged intes- backing Wilson are representing tines. Dr. King's New Life Pills give traders in the West who recently have made a great deal of money prompt relief. A mild, easy, speculating in the grain market. bowel movement will tone up Even money was offered that Wilyour system and help to clear your son would carry New York State by muddy, pimply complexion. Get a 100,000. No takers were reported. A was bottle of Dr. King's New Life Pills bet of $1,000 to $900Ohio. made that Wilson would carry today at your Druggist, 25c. A dose tonight will make you cheerful at breakfast. on non-gripi- ng ij Mt. Moriah After a long silence, I will try to send in a little Mt. Moriah news again. I suppose everybody has been wondering what has become of the Mt. Moriah correspondent. I have had a long rest from writing, but not a long sleep like Rip Vanwinkle. Rev. Bowling, pastor of the Mt. Moriah church, closed a most success- expensive, storm-proo- f and permanent. to prison. WILL STONE, Stanford, Ky. St. Asaph Hotel For Sale In order to settle the estate of E. C. Jordan, deceased, the undersigned executor of his will, offers for sale privately the St. Asaph Hotel. This is the only regular hotel in the" City of Stanford, Kentucky, a city of about 2,000 population, and it furnishes one of the best openings in the State of Kentucky for the hotel business. This hotel is in first class condition in every respect, and consists of a y brick building; containing m I can eat 'em all they thirty rooms, all well equipped with M won't hurt me! That's be- - M hotel furniture and fixtures, and cause thev're made with Calu- - M well supplied with water and electric met and that's why they're bv the Stanford Water and and is heated Light Company, they won't M throughout with steam heat. Also has m some that's why L hurt any kid." m a garage on the same lot, and both W Received Highest Award hotel and garage are money making W Hew Cool Booi FrerStt Slit propositions. Price $11,500. One W in Ptund Can or half cash, balance on time. Write call on T. J. Hill, my Attorney, for further information. GEORGE STUR 82-4GEON, Executor. two-stor- ful series of meetings recently. There were eight members added to the church, five by confession and three taking membership. We feel that much good was done for the uplift of the cause of the Gospel during this meeting. Mr. Charlie Boone came home ? lv5---w-T---- il Vri btk t?, mi x 1 Make Your Crops Bi gger The best way is to put on the right kind of Fertilizer. We have just received a couple s of the oi car-loadwell-know- n XOh LooklV Swift and Armour Brands of Fertilizer And can sell it to you right. lip-ht- s I E. T. PENCE. I T. INSURE YOUR TOBACCO Stanford, Ky., Sept. 21, 1916. To The Public: It is with pleasure that we take this method of thanking the Insurance Co. and their agent, Jesse D. Wearen, The Insurance Man, Stanford, Ky., for the satisfactory and liberal settlement of our Fire Loss at McKinney, Lincoln county, Ky. Very truly, R. H. & C. M. ANINCH. The I. J. is only $1.50 a year twice a week; $1 for once a week. NOTICE TO THE TAXPAYERS. I, or my deputie will be at the following places in Lincoln county on the dates named for the purpose of collecting your taxes which are now due. Please meet us promptly. Bring your road claims with you. Dates are as follows: Crab Orchard, Nov. 4th. Waynesburg, Nov. 11th. Hustonville, Nov. 25th. Lincoln County. aaHMll V WBtf PWRKPtTr J. G. WEATHERFORD. Sheriff of KRTClXtt.JMr M f'oLO RELIABLE'' J SISlllb88 Cheap and big can Baking Powders do not save you money. Calumet does it's pure and far superior to sour milk and soda. 3ttffi,l!fl from Montana last Sunday and is having a pleasant visit to his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Boone. We are all glad to have Charlie in our midst again. The protracted meeting began at Fairview Monday night with a good crowd present. Mrs. James 'Floyd, of Green River section, was the visitor of Mrs. B. D. Hiatt Sunday. Misses Ethel Maybrier and Flossie Floyd were pleasant guests of Miss Viola Hiatt Sunday afternoon, also little Miss Eva Gerkey called on her little friend, Lillian Hiatt Sunday afternoon. Misses Mary Anna and Alline Boone, Josie Warfield, Mamie Berry, Ethel Maybrier, Flossie Floyd and Viola Hiatt, Etta and Marguerite Dawes and several of our most popular young men took a stroll out on Ball Knob and Hall's Gap sight seeing Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jean Hutchinson and four attractive children were the guests of Mrs. Hutchinson's brother, Mr. Burton Spires last Sunday. Our school has been closed a few days on account of the teacher, Mr. Charles Brown, being sick. Mr. and Mrs. James McGuffey and two pretty children were the guests of Mr. Cas McGuffey last Sunday. jVH&VlHM Mr. Stanfield will make a talk at Mt. Moriah Sunday night next. and Mrs. Mrs. Canny Epperson Mrs. Jaems Reid had a pleasant visit to Mrs. Maggie Berry Wednesday. There have been quite a number of wild geese seen here in the past few days. Mrs. T. Bastin was at the bedside of her sister, 'Mrs. Willie Horton last Saturday. Mrs. Horton was some bet- 3& -- , mm i WHEN you Y want an overcoat order. smart style, for real service, have Born with make it to your See our fine Kerseys, Meltons, Chinchillas and Scotch Cheviot Novelties at $15 to $28 Resident Born Dealer r !EMEDYFORMEN. AT YOUR DRUGGIST. ter at this writing. McRoberts & Bailey i The Interior Journal, Sta nford, Kentucky: Ready For Joint Debate Friday, October 27, 191 6. Page Three The First National Bank -- Middleburg Democrats Do Not Fear Prince Albert gives "Bud" Cundiff's Oratory Middleburj, Oct. 27 The Republicans' must be getting scared. It was reported here a few days since that W. C. Cundiff had consented to go on the raging stump. Bud is a real clever sort of a fellow, but on the stump we are persuaded he would play the bull racket in the china shop. Though you cannot always some times tell whether a man can make a speech or not. So light out Bud, and if your tour should lead this way you may be tackled for a joint debate. Don't it beat rats fighting? Here we are getting 29c, for eggs at the doors of our homes and they say that Thanksgiving turkey will go to 20 cents a pound at the farm house. cut the .Republicans say the war "done" at. The war must be a good thing to have around. May be that is why they want Hughes elected. Mr. John Logan, of Mercer county and Miss Minnie Pike, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pike, of near Yosemite, were married on the 16th by Rev. K. G. Martin. They left im mediately for the groom's home, in Mercer county, carrying wtih them the best wishes of their many friends. Deputy Sheriff Roscoe Buice came up from Liberty late Saturday evening and arrested Frank Strath- um, white and Rhoda Haggard, a half bred n egress on a statutory charge. 4 r of STANFORD, KENTUCKY is a member of delight because its flavor is so different and so delightfully good; it can't bite your tongue; smokers such it can't parch your throat; The Kentucky Bankers' Association of The American Bankers' Association an dof The Federal Reserve Bank you can smoke it as long and as hard as you like without any comeback but real tobacco happiness ! On the reverse side of every Prince Albert package you will read : " PROCESS PATENTED JULY vu iwnrwy ' While it is old in years, it is modern in business, and solicits your bank account. Fringe Albert the national joy smoke tBN wnmm t joyment. Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality ! That means to you a lot of tobacco 30th, 1907" en- CoDTrtfhtUll by R. J. Reynold Tobacco Co. in goodness and in pipe satisfaction is all we or its enthusiastic friends ever claimed for it ! howdy-dno Y'OU'LL, find a cheerystranger you on tap the are in much of a neck of the woods you drop into, ror, Prince Albert is right there at the first place you pass that sells tobacco ! The toppy red bag sells for a nickel and the tidy red o Commissioner's Sale tin for a dime; then there s the handd tin some pound and humidezs and the pound crystal-glas- s humidor with top that keeps the to bacco m such bang-u- p trim half-pounsponge-moistener TOBACCO IS PREPARED FOR SMOKERS UKDERTHE PROCESS DISCOVERED, IN MAKMG EYPER MENTSTO PRODUCE THE MOST DELIGHTFUL AND VH0LE.1 SOME TOBACCO FOR CIG- AOPTTrAMnjBtp' r ' I all-th- e- falnSf Your Health depends on the purity of drugs used and the care employed in compounding the prescriptions given you by your doo tor. Sometimes it is even a matter of Mary E. Chrisman, Individually, and as Administratrix of John N. Chrisman, Plaintiff, vs W. F. Shomaker and Other, Defts. Boyle Circuit Court, Kentucky. It answers every smoke desire you or any other man ever had! 1 timel "vWS cool and fragrant and appealing to your It is so el JJ .. i j! 'CESSPAJEKTEDi : 'ai ll smokeappetite that you will get chummy with it in a mighty short time Rd REYKOtDSTCBACCOCOMI iWiHstoaSAtEkKCiJAlj! Mi! ""Hfci inHi'1' ' DpESNQTBJTEiTHETQNGU i'l In Equity. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Boyle Ch'cuit Will you invest 5c or 10c to prove out our on the national joy smoke? R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem. say-s- o Court, rendered at the September term thereof 1916, I shall proceed to offer for sale on the premises to the highest bidder, at public auction, on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1916, N. C. This is the reran e tide of tha Prince Albert tidy red tin. Read thU "Patented Process" meuaae-to-yo- u and realize what it means in making Prince Albert so much to your liking. Delightful Party Life and Death the best and freshest we can buy. We use the utmost care in compound" ing all prescriptions, as your doctor will tell you. Our stock of drugs is It is a matter of conscience with us. THE LINCOLN PHARMACY, Stanford, Ky. Groceries, Field Seeds, &c, &c, T. D. Newland & Son, Opposite the Phone'No. 168. Court-House, Stanford, Kentucky. TRY OUR NEW COOKING UTENSILS W. H. HIGGINS Better Buy a Load or Two of Coal o'clock P. M., or thereabout, upReward Given By Mrs. K. L. Martin In Honor Wc offer One Hundred Dollars cured by for any Hall's case of Catarrh that cannot be on the credit of six and twelve of Her Son Turnersville News Catarrh Cure. described CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. months, the following F. 3. F. J. We, the undersigned, haTC known property, to wit: Turnersville, Oct. 27. Chenev for the last J5 years, and belleTe hint Beginning at a stone on west bank Mrs. K. L. Martin entertained on perfectly honorable In carrybusiness transactions sll out any obligations able of Hanging Fork, corner to W. W. the 21st several of the young peo- and financiallyfirm. to made by his NAT. BANK OF COMMERCE. White, and running thence SL19 de- ple in honor of her son, Joseph. DeToledo, Ohio. grees, 10 seconds; W. 163 feetto the lightful refreshments were served nail's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting tlje blood andgiucous center of a stump overhanging- - the and after some most interesting directly upon Testimonials Sent free. surfaces of Price- w the system. bank of Hanging Fork; thence S. 31 games were played they departed at cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. constipation. Family Tills for degrees, 0 seconds W., 400 feet to a a late hour wishing "him many more Take Hall's stone 5 feet from sugar tree on bank happy birthdays and feeling that it of Hanging Fork; thence S. 19 de- was good to have been there. Those Law. If one will first consider self, grees, 20 seconds W., 160 feet to lo- present were: Mr. and Mrs. K. L. you can very readily decide on this cust tree in W. A. Brent's line; thence Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Martin, vital question. The Stock Law today with Brent's line N. 52 degrees, 15 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gooch, Mr. and all time to come will burden seconds W., 270 feet to a wild cherry Mrs. Robert Cooper, Messrs. James and for many poor people. It will cause them tree; thence N. 65 degrees, 40 sec- Peek, Elmer Cooper, Fredie Sevier, to pay high pasture rent or dispose onds, W., 154 feet to point in fence, Richard Peek, Jim Peek, Jr., Woodof their stock at low prices. Why do on a line between two walnut trees; son Martin, John Martin, Mose Marwe say this? It is because most of the thence N. 67 degrees, 10 seconds W., tin, Joseph Martin, Earl Cain, Carl pastures are owned by the wealthy 622 feet to post in angle of wire Cain, Charley Gooch, Edward Reich-enbacpoorer class Elmer Louise Martin, Misses class of people and thepay whatever fence; thence ft. 73 degrees, 15 secwould be compelled to onds W., 98 feet to a brace post in Myrtle Cain, Bessie Gooch, Edith price was demanded of them. You angle of fence ;thence No. 78 degrees, Cooper, Clarice Cain, Mattie Nelson, present shortage of Angie Peek, Tabitha Peek, Bettie can take the 10 seconds. W., 708 feet to a grass, one could hardly secure paswalnut tree at end of section of Peek, Margaret Cooper, Fay Martin. ture at any price. The owners of stone fence; thence S. 71 degrees. 0 Mr. J. T. Martin is on the sick list. pastures would soon grasp the situaseconds W., 203 feet to the west side Every is rejoicing over the good tion and say to you and all "I am of a box elder tree; thence S. 50 de- rains that fell Wednesday and Thurs- compelled to raise my pasture rent, grees, 45 seconds W., 80 feet to a day. my grass is short and I am full up. walnut tree; thence S. 61 deLexington, Try my neighbor," and you will find Mrs. John Phelps, of grees, 40 seconds W., 268 feet to a has been the guest of Mrs. J. W. his neighbor in the same condition. corner stone in said Brent's line; Peek and other relatives here for the Many people speak of Lawful thence N. 31 degrees, 15 seconds "W., past week but returned home Satur- Fence. You may take that in consid91 feet to post angle of fence; thence day. eration and you will find but few N. 58 degrees, 20 seconds W., 88 In the last issue Miss Lena Mar- people who really have a fence acfeet to a vine grove walnut tree; tin's name was in some way omitted cording to requirement of law and if thence first with Brent's line and from the regular attendance list. poor cow and calf happen just to then with H. P. Hawkins' line, N. 65 She is one of the several that has not step over, it seems as there are no degrees, 45 seconds W., 576 feet to missed a day yet. remedies but Stock Law to be enpoint corner to H. P. Hawkins; Mrs. Elmer Cooper has gone to forced upon the common class of peothence with Hawkins' line, N. 28 deto be under the care of a ple. Have we ever thought or pongrees, 15 seconds E., 2,230 feet to a Somerset physician for some three or four dered over this great question? No stone corner to Hawkins and T. B. we have only looked at it very slightweeks. Hammonds; thence with Hammonds' Charley Gooch is attending school ly. Let us get a little further down line S. 64 degrees, 25 seconds E., into the question to see just how one at Hustonville. 788 feet to a stone in grove of trees; confined to should think. Question: Are you in Granville Leathers is thence first with Hammonds' and his room with a case of chicken pox. favor of stock running at large.? thence with W. W. White's line. S. 6 Mrs. Bettie Singleton, who has Every poor man should say in a voice degrees, 50 seconds W., 1,006 feet been here at the bedside of her sis altogether, "Yes. Why? Because I to a vine covered post; thence with ter, has returned to her home in J am an American, supossed to have White's line S. 64 degrees, 15 sec- McKinney and will make a visit to free speech and just a few personal onds E 1,037 feet to the south side her sister, Mrs. Walter Goode in privileges." Have you ever once of a locust tree; thence S. 62 Lexington. thought of the dogs that run at large degrees, 50 seconds E., 660 feet to Mrs. Walter Martin is able to be and in many instances come in 2 h, 15-inch at How's This? Mr. Voter you should be the most interested in the hogs, the cattle, horses, etc., which are mostly a necessity of life or the dog? Nothing said about the dog he can stroll tho country over, free privilege of character, and when the County Assessoi-come- s to visit six or eight homes to find out who the dog belongs to, and then for a list he most times has to thewrongr poroKr-an-d .prabahlv Jisi-.- it in return, if he doesn't own his own rig, will pay out $1.50 or $2.00 going to town and having the dog tax taken off his list, when he could have saved money by paying the dog tax regardless of whether he owned a dog or not. We do not aim to dictate as to how any one should vote, but it is well for one to think this matter over before he does. Just think of the land that is not doing anybody any good in some of the mountain sections and the stock law prohibits poor people from turning out their stock or puts them in position where they are unable to own 10-in- ch any stock when before this law went into effect they had plenty of meat to do them and plenty of milk and butter. Now how is the question, about meat 20 and 25 cents They have to do without it most of the time. Reader of the Interior Journal. per-poun- d. the irritated membrane and makes breathing easier. At your Druggist, 50c. Bad Colds From Little Sneezes Grow Many colds that hang on all winter start with a sneeze, a sniffle, a sore throat, a tight chest. You know the symptoms of colds, and you know prompt treatment will break them up. Dr. King's New Discovery, with its soothing antiseptic balsams, has been breaking up colds and healing coughs of young and old for 47 years Dr. King's New Discovery loosens the phlegm, clears the head, soothes Here, There and Everywhere 10-in- ch Right Now! The price has already gone up and we do not know how high it is going. The mines are running short time and cannot get cars to ship. We have a reasonable supply on hand, however, but would advise that you lay in your winter's supply as soon as possible. J, H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, KENTUCKY the beginning, containing eigthy-on- e and forty-tw- o hundredths (81.42) acres, more or less. And the said tract of land above described being the same boundary of land conveyed by the said W. F. Shomaker to John N. Chrisman, deceased, as set forth in the original petition and described in said deed in six different tracts. The amount to be raised is and the cost of this action about $250.00. For the purchase price the purchaser, with approved security or securities, must execute bonds, bearing legal interest from the day of sale until paid, and having the force and effect of a judgment. Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms. $11,-537.14 out again. Little Miss Lellie Martin was absent from school Friday on acount of sickness. James Matthews, a prominent and wealthy farmer, of Nicholasville, was found dead in bed Saturday ing. A. L. Stevenson sold his farm of 81 acres, between Clintonville and Austerlitz, Bourbon county, to W. B. strong competition with the little Wills, of Winchester at $155 an -- i asgggl one for bread? Which do you think, acre. Everybody come to Sunday School and bring some one with you. We are to have a new preacher with us the first Sunday. Everybody come and show him some encouragement. Miss- - Bertie Koger was the guest of Miss Bessie Gooch last week. She stopped 'over on her way to Burgin to visit her brother. Get busy boys and vote for Wilson. He's the man. THE STOCK LAW QUESTION Whom does it most affect, the man who owns or the man who does not?-- 1 have often noticed parties who have no stock are the ones who are most interested about the Stock Build Up for WinteiiI Fh I sZ& Vi . -1.1. a VtilinAA rurrttiTirtlilv fnntimT , A ..., r m4mvw J.C 13 anionic mat rawiw " ,. A& "away tne waste matter in yout tjr3icujtuu mjjjw ?n oil tfwttnrrhnl rnnnitions.. lneir a rm v fu. j i. rt. Mi.kU uiu iu iiiiiiiii u vaiuauii: nM experience points the way for yon. PERUNA has stood tho . uimouoi. test tnat proves 113 vaiue. .muiei. iwiu easy 10 carry quick administration. Pleasant to taKe ana you. with Manalin Tablets are the ideal jaxame. m ney correct $r v-- breathing and weakened your digestion, and re- - I invigorate all the bodily processes to ao xneir iuig share in cold weather, and thus build yourself ujW to perfect health. PERUNA IS INVIGORATION rioflv. nut. fhf rnnfrestion that has disturbed your ... vj. ..... Tfara -- Ar M WMW&. atiUt&ffJsS. tLm 1NWM 1 x ." kidneys. Your druggist has them. JOHN B. STOUT, Master Commissioner of Boyle Circuit Court. 85-3F. The Peruna Company; Columbus, Ohio Wnffla & Jbfir&M Page Four MRS. MELTON'S LETTER JTo The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Heard About Town B. W. McGuffey, of the Green River section, who was in town Thursday, says that there are several men who usually vote the republican ticket in his community, who have openly expressed their inten tion of voting for Wilson this time. Dave Thomas, a well known local insurance man, who has been very ill with typhoid fever since early in August, has recovered strength sufficiently to be taken to the home of his mother in Lexington. His sister, Miss Mattie Belle Thomas, who has been here with since he was taken ill accompanied him. Mr. Thomas has been able to walk around for several Friday, October 27, 1916. You Can't FindAny Tired Worn-ou- t Mother! Jackson, Miss. "I shall feci repaid for writing this letter if I can help any tired, worn-ou- t mother or housekeeper ?n? health and strength as I have.' I have a family of five, sew, cook and do my housework and I became very much n in health. A friend asked me to try VinoL I did so and now I am well and strong and my old time energy has been restored. Vinol has no superior as a tonic for worn-ourundown, tired mothers or housekeepers." --Mrs J. N. Meltox, Jackson, run-dowt, Dandruff and Hair Stops Coming Out Save Your Hain! Make It Thidc, Wavy, Glossy and Beautiful ' ' At Once MEN'S if 1 Miss. The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. The Interior Journal S. M. Sacflet,.. days. Rev. J. Fagaly, of Wann, Okla., is here on a visit to his brother, B. L. Fagaly, a well known contractor and Editor axd Proprietor builder. Rev. Fagaly is a Methodist 2Tj., as Entered at the potteffioe at Stanford, second class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Both issues a week, per year, ..$1.50 Twic; a week, for eight months $1 Twice a week for six months 75c Twice a week for three months, 40c Once a week, either issue, per Subscriptions are to all; when time for which it is paid, is up. year..$l pa-sto- Democratic Ticket clergyman, and has been invited to conduct a meeting at his old home near Waynesburg, which he will do very shortly. Like his brother here, Rev. Fagaly is a staunch democrat. He says that Oklahoma is sure to go for Wilson on Nov. 7th. S. Porter Stagg, of Lexington, is here visiting relatives and friends for a few days. Mr. Stagg says that Fayette county and Lexington are certain to roll up a great majority crowd. straw vote was An interesting taken by Dr. T. W. Pennington, of Stanford and W. R. Johnson, of Lebanon on the L. & N. train out of Louisville the other night as these two gentlemen returned from the For President Woodrow "Wilson. For Vice President Thomas R Marshall. Masonic Grand Lodge. Three men reFor Congressman Harvey Helm. fused to vote. Of those who voted, the result stood: Wilson 25; Hughes, Political Announcements. 14; 1 Socialist. Dr. Pennington says Mr. and Mrs. John M. Hubble reThe Interior Journal is authorized to an- that most of the men on the train ceived a telegram Tuesday afternounce the following candidates for office sub- were going to the mountains, which noon that their son, Sergeant John ject to the Democratic primary the first Saturday in Augukt, 1917. (Announcement fee is unusually strong republican terri- Wiley Hubble was critically ill in at for each county office is $10; for district of- tory. Fort Bliss, El Paso, Texas. His fafice, $15; for city or magisterial office $5. No In its report of the death of Ser ther left at once for his bedside, but announcement will be made until fee is paid geant John Hubble, at Fort Bliss, El before he reached there another telein advance.) Paso, Texas, in its Tuesday issue, the gram was received by the family FOR SHERIFF I. J. said that the popular young that he was dead. "Wiley" as he was J. H. LIVINGSTON. soldier was survived by his father familiarly known here gave his life and four sisters. His mother also to his country when barely old enough Congressman Harvey Helm will survives, and she is heart broken to enlist and had been loyal and true campaign in Adair county next week, over the loss of her only son, of for the past fifteen years or more. speaking at a number of places over whom she and all who knew him were He was sent to the Mexican border cause the that county. Congressman Helm is very proud, as they had ample family whenthere trouble broke out there, to be. Mrs. Hubble and her and contracted that dread doing yeoman work on the stump for have the heart felt sympathy of a dysentery, to which he sucWilson, and the ticket and deserves host of friends in their hour of deep cumbed about two o'clock Wednesday afternoon, October 18. The reto be returned to congress by an in- bereavement. mains were brought here and after creased majority. It is not only necFARM SELLS FOR $15,000 funeral services at the home, were essary to Wilson but to have The sale of the farm owned and laid to rest in Buffalo Springs cema democratic congress to carry out occupied by Turner Carpenter, son etery with Masonic honors, to which the progressive legislation for which of A. W. Carpenter, on the Milledge-vill- e grand lodge he belonged. The large pike, this side of Moreland, was concourse of friends who assembled Wilson stands, and every democratic Thursday, W. M. to pay the last tribute of respect to consummated congressman from Kentucky should be sent back to continue the good McCormack being the purchaser. the noble young man attest in some There are 157 acres in this tract, degree the esteem in which he was work. and the price paid was $15,000. This held. The tenderest sympathy of is known as the old Bowen Gover this entire community goes out to the Dispatches from across the water farm and is also a splendid piece of crushed and broken hearted father, say that they are taxing every citizen dirt. Mr. Carpenter and wife are mother, and sisters and may they of England half his income to keep planning to remove to Scott county, find comfort in their heavenly Fathe war going. That is if a man make it is reported, though their plans are ther who "knows it all and doeth a month, the government taxes bj.Qj. yet comolete,. it is understood. all things for the best." him $50 a month for fne,"w'af."'A1ttf Mrs. F. F. Mobley and little yet a whole lot of people are going John Peddicord, 50 years old, a daughter, Margaret "Mary, 6"f"D'ifft)it"," to risk a thing like that by voting for Mich., came Friday at attend 'the of the Spanish-America- n Mr. Hughes for president. Wilson has veteran funeral of her brother, John Wiley kept us out of war; why take such war, died at the St. Charles Hotel, Hubble. an awful chance by turning him out? in Paris Saturday night. .Mrs. J. W. Davis and son, James Lewis, of Somerset, visited her parents at this place for a few days last week. C0M-CEL-SAMiss Nancy Hubble returned TuesR 25-cent there Tuesday night, several thousand people were unable to get into the auditorium, so great was the for Wilson on Nov. 7th. He says that when Senator Ollie James spoke Try as you will, after an application of Danderine, you can not find, a single trace of dandruff or falling hair and your scalp will not itch, bu what will please you most, will be after a week's use, when you see new hair, fine and downy at first yes but really new hair growing all over the scalp. A little Danderine immediately doubles the beauty of your hair. No difference how dull, faded, brittle and scraggy, just moisten a. cloth with Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. The effect is im mediate and amazing your hair will be light, fluffy and wavy, and have an appearance of abundance; an incomparable lustre and shimmer of true hair health. Get a bottle of Knowlton's Danderine from any drug store or toilet counter,- and prove that your nan- is as pieity ana sott as any that it has been neglected or injured by careless treatment. A bottle will double the beauty of your hair. 85-- 1 25-cent UNDERWEAR When you say Underwear, 90 per cent of men think of Union Suits, and when you say Union Suits, everybody thinks you mean Munsingwear the Union Suit that fits every shaped man the tall, long, lean man; the short, wide, fat man, and the man of regular proportions. We sell Mun- sing only and Munsing is sold only by us. Ankle lengths long sleeves, high neck, cotton or wool; any size from a boys at 50c, to a d mans at $1, $1.50, $2 and $2.50. Munsing means service and comfort. We can fit you, no matter what your size. 3-year-- old 300-poun- I McKinney McRobert s & Bailey Stanford, Kentucky Soldiers Get Relief From Soreness BOYS ON THE BORDER RELIEVED THEIR PAINS AND ACHES WITH SLOAN'S LINIMENT Once upon a time Norman Jones, serving in the National Guards at El Paso, returned to camp after a strenuous 15 mile hike foot-sor- e and He had not been long in active service and his shoulders, back and limbs felt the after-effecof leg-wear- dis-seas- e, re-ele- ct y. ts SJ-fl- P marching. You Need It! COM-CEL-SA- Works Wonders Everybody Does! COM-CEL-SA- is an ideal Fall Tonic and body builder. It is the time of vear when NATURE PURIFIES ALL THINGS THAT GROW AND CHANGE. It is IMPORTANT to place your body in a healthy condition to stand the change from heat to cold, purify your blood, get R the bowels, stomach, liver, kidneys and bladder in good condition. tones up the system to resist the attacks of ailments prevalent during the Fall season. A healthy body is much freer from the risk of contracting disease than an unhealthy one. Read what did for Mr. Philip Smith, of Louisville: R "I want the whole world to know that has, 1 believe saved my life. I had been in failing health for several years, with awful rheumatism yhich made my legs feel numb at times, so I couldn't walk. I took strong drugs for rheumatism that tore my stomach to pieces almost ruined it so I was unable to eat enough to give me strength. I had vomiting spells, lasting for days at a time. Finally the doctor said I had to be operated on. Well, not knowing better, I consented. They operated on me twice, only to make me a hundred times worse than ever, causing my bowels to be almost paralyzed. I am a working man, and I tell you I lost so much time that I couIdnot make both ends meet, I was a wreck both in body and and when I first heard of in mind. I used $2.00 worth of with the result that I can eat anything I want to, sleep good every night, wake up in the morning feeling rested; am working every day and can do, with ease, a good day's work. My bowels, stomach and kidneys are now perfect. I have forgotten how to vomit, my rheumatism is gone; in fact I feel better than I have for fifteen years." Listen Folks: Watch the newspapers for more like this; thousands of the best people in the State of Kentucky have given us their endorsewhich has proven itself greater than any medment for icine ever put together. Why shouldn't it be? It is composed only of pure, sweet, fresh, clean, God given roots and herbs. It has NATURE'S INDORSEMENTS and is the only medicine in the world good enough to LEGALLY GUARANTEE TO GIVE YOU WHAT YOU PAY FOR OR R YOUR MONEY BACK. You run no risk, you can't lose. is a Kentucky product, guaranteed under the National and State Pure Food Laws to be just as represented; contains no dope or poison R and true to name. If it cures others, can't you afford to try it? is on sale at the Lincoln Pharmacy, at Stanford, Ky., or at the Weddle Drug Store, at Hustonville. Ky. These drug store also handle our SCIENCE SOAP, MADE FOR HUMAN SKIN ONLY, 10c a bar, 3 R COM-CEL-SA- R COM-CEL-SA- RehTt'mbering Sloan's Liniment, Jones applied it to the sore spots and went to bed. He writes: "I arose the next morning, feeling fine; in fact I had entirely forgotten about the hike and went out for a four-hodrill in the sun as spry as ever." Private Jones passed the experiday from an extended visit to her sis- ence along, and many a boy on the ters in Detroit, Mich. Miss Lillian Garner, of Crab Or- border relieved the agony of sprains, chard spent several days with rela- strains, bruises, insect bites, cramptives here, last week. ed muscles, rheumatic twinges, etc., Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dayton and at- by the use of Sloan's Liniment. tractive little daughters, of Somerset Easily applied without rubbing. A4 were week end guests of relatiyes all druggists, 25c, 50c. and $1.00 here. Miss Mary Breeding, of Columbia, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. L. Pyle. Miss Virginia Adams, of Somerset, visited her grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Dayton, for a few days last week. ur COM-CEL-SA- R COM-CEL-SA- R, ting things in shape to go to work after being shut down for repairs. Mr. Albert Epperson is building an addition to his residence. Mr. J. W. Hughes is also following suit with an addition to his residence in the country. It seems as though the farmers, in general, are progressive under these good old Democratic times as well as the city man. Mr. F. M. Ware has improved his store building by the addition of a new step to the west side of the platform. i Mrs. Jesse Nunnelley has returned from a visit to her relatives at Mt. The McKinney Milling Co., is get- THINKS WILSON A CINCH C. A. Fugazzi, who travels for the Streitmann Cake Company, of Cincinnati was here Thursday. Mr. Fugazzi is one of the most popular drummers, who come to Stanford. He says that Wilson's election is a cinch and no one is better posted on conditions over the country than he. WANTED. A good blue grass farm of from 40 to 100 acres with G. D. Boone bought a bunch of j ff00(1 improvements. Call or write J. hogs from various parties in the Ot M. Reynolds, Waynesburg, Ky. 85-- 6 tenneim section for 8 2 cents a pound. FOR SALE. 10 good feeding catWm. Napier, of Crab Orchard, was tle, weigh about 1,025 pounds, also in this section last week buying geese. ten two and mules. H. John Singleton has moved back to C. Baughman, Stanford, Ky. 84-tf the coal mines to dig coal, where he will remain until spring. The little child of Mr. and Mrs. LOST Ladies golo: watch John Harris, aged about 10 months, chain; with name "Ada Gover," and ena lingering inness ana was graved on case. Liberal reward for uieu un-elaid to rest in the Pine Grove bury return to this office. 82-- 4 ing grounds last Tuesday. Charley Kidd and family were FOR RENT. My farm of 55 greatly pleased with the donations of money and clothes that Rev. J. G". acres on Crab Orchard pike, one Livingston received from the good mile of Walnut Flat. Mrs. Margapeople in the Goshen section. As it ret C. Ball, Lancaster, Ky., care of 73-4- F will be remembered that Mr. Kidd Pence Bros. lost his house and contents by fire several weeks ago. FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, Wm. Walls of Crawfordsville, Ind., is visiting Joe Coleman and family. Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Dault Manuel, who has been quite Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, Pictures and Mouldings. W. A. Trib-bl- e, sick is able to sit up again. Stanford. 42tf. The Kidd Brothers have got a shingle mill on their place and are sawing some nice shingles your fU.11-?"- n& A. R. Matheny has bought several calves from different parties in this ' ver plow points to Anderson's Gar- age and have them ground. We can section. make them like new. H. C. Ander82-son, Stanford, Ky. , 1-three-year-old r Davis' Store ruf" 4. ESTRAY One hoff, color red and white, barrow, weight 75 or 100 pounds. Came to my place Oct. 25th. Owner can get same by paying for this ad and for keeping same. G. W. Goodrich, R. D. 1, Stanford, Ky. 85-- 2 PIE SUPPER A SUCCESS The pie supper at the Tucker CORN wanted school cleared $13.65 after paying Stanford. the auctioneer and other minor penses. Miss Lottie Boone received the most votes as the prettiest girl and got the cake. There were 1,265 votes cast, but when the money was counted there were about $3.00 short due to carelessness in collecting it is thought. The regret is out that Mr. Lynn Dillion who cast a great many and did not votes was pay for his votes, but the teacher wishes all to know that he paid for every vote he cast immediately, after the supper. He did not have the change at the time and had mentioned the fact to the teacher, also to thereMr. Lair, the record-keepe- r, fore his votes were kept account of by both. So it was not through his voting that we fell short. Part of the money has already been used to buy "readers for a set of supplementary the school and the rest will be used for a book case and other books. We want to thank all who helped us out in bringing pies or buying and we especially thank Mr. Lair, a former teacher, who did so much to make it exby-biddi- ng CENT -A- -WORD undersigned, prohibit ADS hunting the every sort, fishing and of other trespassing upon our property:-MrsAdor, J. Frank Catherine Shanks & Myers, Smith, S. C. Rigsby, Fred Nikula,-Joh84-- 2 Hertzog, W. W. Pitman. We, POSTED! . n COM-CEL-SA- R, Salem. Rev. W. R. Davidson visited his brother, Arthur Davidson and family for a few days last week. " LOST Big black sow left my place on Crab Orchard pike about two weeks ago; about ready to find pies. Reward for return to Sam Mc- Roberts, R. D. 1, Stanford, Box 90. 85-l- : p Headquarters for Best FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE Phone 168 and 45. Stanford, Ky.. R. M. NEWLAND Office of COM-CEL-SA- Hidden Dangers i COM-CEL-SA- Nature Gives Timely Warnings That Citizen Can Afford To Ignore. No-Stanf- for 25c. ' .- - ' f The Lincoln Pharmacy, at Stanford, or Weddle's Drug Store, Hustonville, also have on sale our Famous Cowboy Liniment, 25c and 50c bottles. This liniment gives remarkable relief from rheumatism pains, neuralgia, lumbago, cuts, burns, bruises, sprains, lameness, and soreness. Send for our Great Book, "The Cowboy Herbalist." Free on request. '. ; DANGER SIGNAL NO. 1 comes Dakota Jack-White-Mo3729-373- 1 on Remedy Co. West Broadway, Louisville, Ky. NEW COATS For LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky from the kidney secretions. They will warn you when the kidneys are weak. Well kidneys excrete a clear, amber fluid. Disordered kidneys send out a thin, pale and foamy, or a thick red urine of sediment a success,. and irregular of passage. The Tucker School honor roll for DANGER SIGNAL NO. 2 comes the fourth month is as follows: Jim from the back. Back pains, dull and Henry Dillions, Margaret Dilltan, Lin-ni- e Byrd Boone, Mae Adams, Necia heavy, or sharp and acute, suggest Adams, Sarah Cook, Allie Siler, Anweak kidneys in that case warn you of the danger of dropsy, gravel and nie Siler, Isabel Dillion. Bright's disease. Doan's Kidney Pills Head-Of- f Cough That are em rsed by thousands. Here's At the first sign of sore throat, StanfoiU proof: tight chest or stuffed-u- p head take a B. Holderman, Stanford, says: "I dose of Dr. Bell's soothing honey used Doan's Kidney Pills and they The healing pine-ta- r, proved to be jsut as represented. My and glycerine quickly relieve the congestion, loosen kidneys were weak and I had "back- break up your cold. the phlegm and Dr. Bell's ache. Hearing Doan's Kidney Pills has all the benefits of highly praised, I used them and they the healing aroma from a pine forest it is pleasant to take and antiseptic. relieved me." on the bottle tells why Price 50c, at all. dealers. Don't The formula it relieves colds and coughs. At your simply ask for a kidney remedy Druggist, 25c. get Doan's Kidney Pills the same J. P. Morgan Company of New that Mr. Holderman had. Foster-Mil-buYork, have made another $300,000,-00- 0 Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. 85-- 1 loan to England. All-Winter Pine-Tar-Hone- A Ford on the road for every car of another make. More than 900,000 now in use everywhere. This could not be if the Ford car had not, and was not proving its superiority every day, in all parts of the world. The sturdy, lightweight, economical Ford car, useful to everybody, saying mpney for everybody at a price within the reach of everybody. Run- about $345; -- Town Car, $595, f. o. b., Detroit. Touring Car, $360; y. H. C. ANDERSON Ford Agent for Lincoln County Storage, Repairs, Tires, Accessories Phone 203 Pine-Tar-Hon- ey rn i i ri ii s llie Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Shanks are visiting relatives at Richmond. Mrs. A. H. Severance is visiting her father, Dr. M. C. Heath at Friday, October 27, 1916 Page Five Worth Careful Thought Do you read the label to know whether your baking powder is made from cream of tartar or, on the other hand, from alum or phosphate? Royal Baking Powder is made from cream of tartar, derived from grapes, and adds to the food only wholesome qualities. Other Daking powders, jcpntain alum or phosphate, , both of mineral origin, and used as substitutes for cream of tartar because of their cheapness. Annie Newland Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Saunders returned from Asheville, N. C, Wed nesday night. Mrs. Lelia B. Cook is the guest of her brother, S. M. Owens and family Richmond. Mrs. J. S. Rice is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Mary Garnett at Cave City. Mrs. E. T. Pence, Jr., and Mrs.. Lucy Miller Bartley were in Danville Wednesday. Joe Mack Newland, of Lexington, was the guest of his mother, Mrs. Getting The Best The place which this store will renders to Stanford. oc- cupy in the merchandising line of Stanford rests wholly upon the degree . of service it Never sacrifice quality and for low price. healthful-nes- s ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York Mrs. Woods Mrs. Oct. 27. Miss Barbour's lecture slowly en "Musical Vienna" at Graded Lexington.' Georgetown News. School auditorium at 8 P. M., under Mrs. George Spoonamore and Miss auspices of Woman's Club. Zanone,Sof Lancaster, have been the Personal and Social friends at Turnersville. J. F. Hanson and son, Carl, of L. B. Hilton and Miss Minnie Hansonville, Va., are the guests of were in Lancaster Thursday. Col. W. D. Hanson and family near Jesse Alverson is improving Milledgeville. at the St. Joseph Hospital, at McKinney. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Carpenter, of near Moreland, were in town Thursday. Mr, and Mrs. R. G. Hampton, of Lebanon Junction, came up Thursday to see relatives and friends. H. C. Kerr, representing Vatter-Lyn- n millinery firm, of Louisville, was here Thursday. Mrs. Lee Rupley returned home from Perryville Thursday, after a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Robinson. Mrs. W. R. Wells and Mrs. R. R. Gentry, of Frankfort, who have been the geusts of Mrs. Eliza Blain and. other relatives, have returned home. Mesdames R. F. and F. M. Campbell, of Maywood, have returned home after a visit to relatives and patronage we must know not only what is best in clothing, but what is best suited to the people we aim to serve. We must give you what you want at what you want to pay and to so guard the quality at - every point as to be able to guarantee your satisfaction on the simple basis of your money back if performance does not balance promise in every respect. We realize that to win and hold your A short time ago we came to the conclusion that B W m visited Margaret Lewis friends in Crab Orchard Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Young spent several days in Lexington this week. R. K. Pepples, of Lexington, is here for a few days. S. P. Stagg, of Lexington, came over Wednesday to spend a day or Miss EO. MOTHER TELLS HOW VINO!, Made Her Delicate Boy Strong New York City. "My little boy was in a very weak, delicate condition as a result of gastritis and the measles and there seemed no hope of saving his life. The doctor prescribed cod liver oil, but he could not take it. I decided to try JVinol We guarantee Vinol, which contains beef and cod liver peptones, iron, and is a strong healthy boy."-M- rs. Thomas Pitzgebald, 1090 Park Ave., N. Y. City. manganese peptonates phosphates, for run-dow- n teemed to agree with him so and with splendid results. that now he It and glycero- conditions, The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. guests of relatives and friends here. Ed Brady has accepted a position at the J. H. Baughman & Co. mill. Dr. A. S. Price has returned home where he from Elixir Springs, spent two weeks. Mrs. Wallace Walter is spending several days with relatives and near King's Mountain. Mrs. P. A. Bobbitt, of Louisville, who has ben the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carson, has returned home Miss Emma Warren has returned from Cincinnati where she has been for some time. Miss Sara Curtis has returned to her home at Hustonville after spending several days here. J. H. Bustle, who is doing a nice business at Crab Orchard, was down Tuesday shaking hands with his many friends. Miss May Phelps, of Richmond, who has been the guest of Mrs. R. C. Hocker, returned home Wednesday morning. Are You Prepared for n Hart, Schaf Iner & Marx sv thing which many others had been and are still striving to attain. We said "that line belongs in this store; those are the clothes Stanford men and young men ought to wear, that they will want to wear and that they can afford to wear" and we losijno time in effecting a trade alliance & Marx, resulting in this store's showing a , with Hart, Schafmer complete line of Hart, Schafmer & Marx Suits and Overcoats Copyright Hart Sdu&ncr &Marx were producing results in men's clo- Daoys urn vii r You are if "Mother's Friend" has been given a place in your home. The dread and agony of childbirth can be eliminated to the greatest extent by this wonderful assistant to nature. Druggists everywhere sell "Mother's Friend." Valuable; Interesting J "A Book on Mother $10, $12.50, $15, $18.50, $20 Gi Sent Tree to All Expectant Mothers LTS.Brtd Held R.tfulatof 203 Lamar clag. AUaivt-a.- , t,o.. Phillips and Phillips STANFORD'S BIGGEST STORE -L - T ,aa3sB "Jw ar KBBBAaaAy jPBflaVB6 j J2 T'"' . VflHP mm m It Cant Re Hurt RINGWALT'S LINOLEUM -- m That strip of RINGWALT'S LINOLEUM on the sidewalk in front of our store is there to prove to everybody in this community that it, can't be hurt by any. ordinary wear. A regiment of -- i has proven its extraordinary wearing quality in the most severe public demonstrations all over the country. Millions of people have tramped over it without injuring it in any way. It is made on a wool base by a soldiers could tramp over it day after day without injuring it in the least We are giving this public test because we have absolute faith in the superior quality and extraordinary wearing servio of this linoleum. It is a different product from all others. special process which insures unusual toughness and elasticity. It will not fade, crack, curl or break. You run no risk whatever in buying it. Come in and let us show you the handsome new patterns just received and explain further about the merits of this superior floor covering. Deputy Jailer John n rde has Misses Carrie Anderson and Delia home at Crao Orchard Lawrence have returned to their returned to his several days here with after spending home at Preachersville, after a visit hisjarother, Jailer G. F. DeBorde. I to Miss Vercie Hester. Mrs. A. P. Hunn and little daughDel-phter, Sarah Hunn are the guests of Miss Hattie Owsley and Miss country, Newland have returned home i Mrs. Dan Traylor in theSpoonamore Misses Mary Belle after a visit to Mrs. G. B. Ramsey at and Vercie Hester, are the attractive Lexington. guests of Miss Lucy Spoonamore, J.-H. jicttj. jLiiiiviiie. C. P. Cecil, Mesdames Mr. and Mrs. Clay Davis have reBaughman, of Danville, and Mrs. H. Chicago, who is vis- turned from their honeymoon and H. Banford, of kept busy receiving the coniting in Danville were the guests 'if are gratulations of their many friends. Mrs. W. S. Embry for a short time Mrs. Isaiah White and daughter, this week. who has been Miss Alice White and grandson,of Mrs. Hallie Perkins, working in the Hustonville telephone Moreland are the guests of Mrs. Levi exchange for some time, is at home Myers. here, suffering from inflammatory Mrs. W. C. Wilson has returned rheumatism. home after a visit to her mother, Wm. Severance was in Louisville several days this week. "He was ac- Mrs. Gastineau at Middlesboro. Miss Prichett, who represents the companied home by his brother, Sam Southern Community Chautaqua, of Severance, who will remain for sev- Atlanta, Ga., was here this week eral, days. to see the members of the Woman's Mrs. W. J. Sparks, of Mt. Vernon, Club, in regard to putting on a chau-tauqnext summer. and Kenyon Jones, of Ohio, have Mr. and Mrs. Aden J. Rigney and been here to see Mrs. J. S. Jones, daughter, Miss Lilian, Hubble who has been seriously ill. Middles-bor- o pike, left Wednesday of the visit to for a Three States. the Misses Owsley at Knoxville, Tenn., and from there they will go to Rockwood, Tenn., to visit L. H. Corns ! Bell andJ.family. Dudderar and little Mrs. Fox daughter, Margaret Rivers, have returned home from Franklin, Ind., where they have been the guests of 3 Drops in 2 Seconds. That's AIL relatives and friends. They were ac"GETS-IT- " companied home by Mrs. VanDeveer, Does the Best. Never fails. who will be their guest for some "Really, I never could seo how time. ia , ua RHEUMATISM ARRESTED Many people suffer the tortures of lame muscles and stiffened joints because of impurities in the blood, and each succeeding attack seems more acute until rheumatismhas invaded the whole system. To arrest rheumatism it is quite as important to improve your general health as to purify your blood ana the cod liver oil r, in Scott'sEmulsion is nature'sgreat while its medicinal nourishment strengthens the organs to expel the impurities and upbuild your strength. Scott's Emulsion is helping thousands every day who could not find other relief. Refuse the alcoholic substitutes. blood-make- two weeks on account of chickenpox. Allie Shanks Farmer was out of" school about two weeks on account of being with some one who had chickenpox. Eunice Pepples started to school Monday, Oct. 23. John Baughman, a pupil of the third grade, was absent from school Monday on account of toothache. YOUNG WODEN MAY AVOID PAIN Need Only Trust to Lydia E. "Goodnight WeUseMiets.lt!'" Pinkham's Vegetable Mrs.Kurtzweg. Com-pound,sa- ys some few people use the most difficult and painful way they can find to get rid of corns. They'll wrap their toes up with bandages into a package that fills their shoes full of feet and makes corns so painful they've got .- PRIMARY SCHOOL NEWS -v (By Shelton Saufley, Jr., aged 9.) Most of the mothers and fathers of the primary grade children take the Interior Journal and are interested in news of the first four grades as well as that of the higher grades, and I thought that I would put in the paper about the first four grades so the people would know how the younger grade children are getting There are mary school. are very well i Kinney, Mrs. along, too. Buffalo, N.Y. " My daughter,' whose picture is herewith, was much troubled with pains in her back and sides every month and they would sometimes bo so bad that it would seem like acute inflammation of some organ. She read your advertisement in the newspapers and tried Lydia E. SPECIAL SALE GOING ON NOW We are making special prices on this linoleum while the strip is on our sidewalk A new stock just received for this Special Sale. Fresh, beautiful designs. Bring the size of your room. to walk sideways and wrinkle up their faces. Or they use salves that eat right into the too and make it raw and sore, or they'll uso plasters that mako the corns bulge, or pick and gouge at their corns and mako the toes bleed, Funny, isn't it? "GETS-IT- " is the simple, modern wonder for corns. Just put 3 drops on. It dries instantly. No pain, fuss or trouble. The corn, callus or wart loosons and four grades in the pri- Every yard is sold under a guarantee to give perfect satisfaction. PENCE & .HILL, Stanford, Ky. i z .,-- .r i a few things about the children: William Matheny, a pupil of the fourth grade, was absent from school two or three days on account of a bad cold. James Paxton, a pupil of the fifth grade, sprained his right wrist the other day. comes off. Millions use nothing else." Welch Pepples, of the fourth "GETS-IT- " is sold and recommended by druggists everywhere, 25c a grade, sprained his left wrist two or bottle, or sent on receipt of price, by three davs ago. E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, 111. Carl Hunn, of the seventh grade, Sold in Stanford and sprained his left ankle a few days ago. as the. world's best corn remeds Louise Huffman and Joe Huffman, by The Xincoln Pharmacy Joe Procter were out of school about known, Miss Annie Mc- Phillips, Miss Jennie Newland. We have a new lourtn grade teacher Miss Lucile Stone, and everybody is pleased with her.. All of her pupils are very well pleased with her and she is giving satisfaction to the school. Now I will' write Three of the teachers She praises it highly as she has been relieved of all these pains by its use. All mothers should know of this remedy,1 and all young girls who suffer should High St, Buffalo, N. Y. Young women who are trou J witfrf painful or irregular periods, ' ickach snations, headache, dragging-dow- n fainting spells or indigestion, should take Lydia E. Pinkham's v 'getablo Compound. Thousands have jeen restored lo health by this root tnd herb remedy. - table Pinkham's Vege- Compound. try it "Mrs. Matilda Kurtzweg, 529 man who is side and needs helpful advice, ask her to write to tho Iiydia E.Piiikham Medicine Co., Lyna, Mass. Only women will receive her letter, and it will he held in strictest confidence. If you lenow of any younjr wo- Page Six The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, October 27, 191 6. Some Tobacco Show Of general interest to tobacco growers is the announcement that there wil be held in Lexington, Ky., DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN RELIEVED HER BABY WHEN on November 23, 24 and 25 the LexNOTHING ELSE WOULD ington Burley Tobacco Show, at growers from all parts of the which Little Max Pendergrast is now district will be invited to compete for prizes ranging up to one hun- four years old, and a fine healthy dred dollars and aggregating one boy. When but a tiny baby, in fact almost from birth, he suffered a thousand dollars. Never before has a tobacco show great deal from constipation. His of the reasons a few of the of such proportions been held. As a mother, Mrs. Carl W. Pendergrast, seventy-five-dol-lar-a-su- it Red Key, Ind., heard of Dr. Caldrule tobacco shows are a sub-isspriced, well's Syrup Pepsin, obtained a botcombined with exhibits of farm promerchant tailors in some ducts and the tobacco comes in for tle of it from the drug store and with but little consideration. Differing it was able to quickly correct this of our big cities prosper is because widely from the usual practice this condition. Mrs. Pendergrast says Dr. Caldof the service they give. show to be held at Lexington is for well's Syrup Pepsin has saved them tobacco alone, and the amount of money to be distributed in prizes from calling the doctor many times, makes its success assured. Aside and that she will never be without a ing quickly on the strongest constitufrom this it has the backing of the bottle of it in the house to use when tion. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment needed. She found it equally effecTo avoid imitations and ineffecStation, the Lexington Board of tive as a laxative for herself and other members of the family. tive substitutes be sure to ask for Dr. Commerce, the Lexington Rotary Dr. Caldwell's Syrup of Pepsin is Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. See that a Club, the Lexington Tobacco Board We don't pester you with a lot of a combination of simple laxative facsimile of Dr. Caldwell's signaof Trade and the prominent men of herbs with pepsin, pleasant to the ture and? his portrait appear on the questions. We know how a man the Blue Grass section. taste, mild in action and positive in yellow carton in which the bottle is The show is for bona fide proshould look. And we give him a effect. It does not gripe or strain, packed. A trial bottle, free of charge duces only, and none other will be and contains no opiate or narcotic can be obtained by writing to Dr. W. him look as he will make suit allowed to compete, and all samples drug. It is the ideal family laxative, B. Caldwell, 455 Washington St., must be of the 1916 crop. In addi- mild and pleasant for baby, yet act- - Monticello, Illinois. should. tion to the exhibits of fine tobacco it is planned to make this a gigantic We clothe him and relieve him of three days convention of tobacco growers to discuss improved methods all responsibility. of producing, curing and marketing the "crop. Men of national promi nence in the various branches have And he is satisfied. been invited to attend this gathering and lead the discussions. Try us and see. Of LAND, LIVE STOCK AND FARMING IMNumerous features of entertainment have been planned, and it is the PLEMENTS AND PUBLIC RENTAL of LAND desire of the promoters to give the producer an opportunity to see a part at least of the process through skeleton lined, lower which the tobacco has to go, before becoming the finished product. pockets patch with flap, breast In order that all may be on an I will sell public auction, on the premises, equal footing and to avoid too great pockets patch, small shoulders nrtrty'SrattbCCUilhr competition the Burley belt has been about Sixty Acres of Land. This farm is located divided into eight districts as foltrousers narrow. lows: District No. 1, Fayette county; right Hubble, Lincoln county, Ky., on Rush No. 2, Woodford, Franklin and An derson counties; No. 3, Jessamine, Branch pike, five miles from Lancaster, five miles Boyle and Mercer counties; No. 4, from Stanford and six and one-ha- lf miles from Madison, Garrard and Lincoln counties; No. 5, Clark, Montgomery and Danville, right two churches, school, stqres and Bath counties; No. 6, Bourbon, Nicholas and Harrison counties; No. 7, mill. The land is good and fertile, lies well; no Scott, Owen and Grant counties; No. house, large new barn, 8, the remaining counties of the Burwaste land; good Incorporated ley belt. large orchard, well watered and in BEST neighSamples for display shall be composed of twelve hands each of lug, borhood in Kentucky. This farm will be sold in trash, bright leaf and red leaf. Awards are to be made on the four lots of from two to twenty acres each and each grades as a whole. A first prize of $25.00, second of ?15.00, third of lot fronting on the pike with good building site, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Reynolds and $10.00 and fourth of $5.00 will troit, Mich., Saturday, where he has and may be offered as a whole. Easy terms. .Waynesburg prizes. In children spent Sunday at W. R. Sin- make a total of thirty-tw- o a position. 1 Sale of the land begins promptly 0 a. m. ; addition three grand prizes of $100, Messrs. J. S. Owsley and R. M. gleton's. $50 and $25 will be contested for by Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Curlis left for Newland, of Stanford, were here The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. the eight divisional winners. For the after the sale of which we will adjourn to my farm Detroit, Mich., Saturday morning af- i Monday. Barrett Singleton died Sunday night best twelve hands of cigarette wrapa few hundred yards distance where I will rent to ter spending several days with their Misses Iva and Viola Gooch and and was buried at the Singleton per, all of the district competing parents and relatives here. prizes of $50, $35 and $15 are offerthe highest bidder 280 acres of land for the year graveyard Monday afternoon. ed. For the best three stalks of BurRev. E. W. Coakley has to Leban- Myra and Zola Acton spent Sunday 1917, of which 65 acres is for cultivation and the Among those who went to Somer- ley tobacco grown anywhere in the on to be at the bedside of his wife, with Misses Maud and Bess Johnson. set Monday to hear Senator Ollie district $50, $35 and $15 will be giv Messrs. T. B. and D. W. Caldwell who is very ill. We regret that he has balance in grass and meadow. This farm has a en. to be away but hope that he will went to Buck Creek Monday to see James speak were A. B. Morgan, propAll samples will remain splendid five-roo- m house with three porches, nice Oliver and Roland Singleton, Coy erty of the exhibitor to bethe soon be permitted to bring his wife Mrs. Susan Harness, who is ill. disposed Reynolds, Keith Padgett, E. W. of as he may see fit at the close of yard and garden, two barns, cribs, stock scales Mrs. D. W. Caldwell has been ill back with him. Caldwell, J. G. Warriner, W. M. the exhibition evcept the prize "vaMr. Hubert Reynolds left for De but is better atthis writing. orchard, several Millard, Claude Sims, Lloyd Routen, nning samples, which will become the and other outbuildings, large good lots convenient for handling stock with waUrban Singleton and Mrs. F. S. property of the show. Full information regarding prizes Gooch. s conditions, etc., may be had by comter in every field and lot. Also sell the following Miss Elsie Singleton was not per- municating with M. C. McDowell, personal property. mitted to be in school Monday on ac- secretary, 620 South Broadway, Lexcount of the death- of her little ne- ington, Kentucky. phew. Miss Irene Singleton taught One good plantation walking horse, drives Sassafras Plant At Junction City for her. driving and work Miss Maud Johnson taught for Mr. Of the twelve sassfras plants in and works; one Oliver Singleton while he went to the United States, one of them is lobrood mare, good worker horse; one AUTOLOADING hear Senator James speak Monday at cated at Junction City. J. E. Barton, 1 brood mare. one Somerset. State Forester, of Frankfort was reCATTLE Misses Jennie Robinson, Elsie Sin- cently in Boyle county and while gleton and Effie Millard spent Wed- there learned of this plant. The plant Two extra good young Jersey cows, one Give Him a Rifle "Worthy nesday night with the Misses Single- uses only the root of the sassafras of the Years Ahead of Hint them fresh; 13 extra good, high grade, yearling plant, paying $4 a ton for the 'ON hit then more inside of Lit Lead tttn fatter tutpecti. ton. ot boyi have act their hearta an owning a VJ Ibouianda Jersey heifers, all registered and RrminftonUMC.22 Caliber Rifle because tney know Remington Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Gadberry and UMC Rifle (tand at tbe top in tie world of (port. children and Mr. Urban Singleton sire; 5 extra good yearling shorthorn heifers, 6 5 ft Remington UMC 22 Caliher Autoloading Rifle hooti 15 ihat. without taVinrf aim oft tne target limply iull the trimatr for ac mot- - Handle. visited friends in Liberty Sunday. lbs; six 600 to 900 pound butcher steers; 4 regisRcminf ton UMC Autoloading .22 Cartridge! (n'm fire). HammarlcM. Solid Breech, Safe. Easily talcs apart and put together without took. The W. M. U. meets with Mrs. E. tered yearling Jersey bulls, ready for service; 1 K Clean and oilvour enm vritn REM OIL. tke comlina- L. Gadberry Thursday. tion Powder Solvent. Lulricaht and Ruet Preventative six-mont- hs registered Jersey bull; 1 fine The Literary Society met Friday Sold by your home dealer and 3,250 other leading evening at 7 P. M. The debate, Reregistered Jersey bull printed tabulated pedmerchants in JCentucky Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of solved: "That Grant was a greater THE REMINGTON ARMS UNION METALLIC CARTRIDGECO. and Intestines, igree furnished on application; 1 four-months-o- ld general than Lee," was well discuss- the Stomach Yellow Jaundice, ApLargest Manufacturer of Firearm and Ammunition in tke World WoolwortA Building. New York ed by both sides. The judges decided pendicitis and other fatal ailments red bull calf; 25 native yearling steers. in favor of the negative. MULES result from Stomach Trouble. ThouMrs. P. B. McMullins and children sands of Stomach Sufferers owe 16 -2 hands, 2,300 lbs., pair visiter her brothers at Somerset the their complete recovery to Mayr's 1 first of the week. pair Wonderful Remedy. Unlike wiy mare mules, the best in the county; The neighbors are working on E. other for Stomach Ailments. 16-hanFor mare mules, extra good ones; one S. Singleton's dwelling. They will sale by The Penny Drug Store, Stansoon have it ready for him to move extra good suckling mule. ford, Ky. into it. 1 Expert Service ONE To Be Held In Blue Grass Capital Latter Part of November Will Never Be Without This Simple Laxative ue We give expert service here that J PUBUCSALE at at The Staunton on Tuesday, October 31, 1916 Parks & Hendren Co. Style Leaders Danville, Kentucky at 5-ro- om at - HpRSES .22CeJ. RIFLE ' of by -- mssKB Auto-Intoxicatio- -old n, P A 1- ds, S News comes from Hood River, Ore., that a little son has arrieved at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hart. Messrs. R. Curlis, T. J. Burleson, H. P. Day, Logan Stephens and I. C. HOGS 1 FOR RENT FOR 1917 1 sow and 6 pigs; 2-ho- FOR-- Heaters, Stoves, Ranges Coal Hods, Grate Guards, Shovels and Tongs, Lard Cans, Etc., See Us and Save Money GEORGE H. FARRIS Singleton motored to Stanford Wednesday to see the distinguished Theodore Roosevelt. But his special train being late did not stop to the gentlemen only at a glance as the train pulled by. As they were returning home they a blow-oand had it not been for the "Democrat" mule of Oscar Clay, they would have had to walked home in the pouring down rain. Mr. Clay rode the mule safely through and delivered the news of their bad luck to A. B. Morgan, who took his car and delivered the. boys home safely about 11:30 P. M." ut house, large barn; never-failin- g cistern and pond; wheat, hemp; corn and pasture land; privilege of sewing wheat. One mile from Stanford court house, on Danville pike; one half mile from graded school. Possession gWen Jan. 1st. 1917. FOR RENT. House, barn, poultry yard, orchard and large garden on Lancaster St., centrally located. See L. M. Good Knight. Good Knignt Farm, 100 acres, brood sows, 13 forty-poun- d White Chester boar. double section disc Two wagon; harrow; Deering mower; grass drill; Oliver riding plow; 2 walking plows; new hay rake; cultivator, double shovel; roller; plows; buggy; rubber tire carriage; wagon gear; plow gear, etc. Also a lot of baled Timothy hay. 1 rse sow and 9 pigs; 3 good shoats; pure bred 1 1 1 1 1 LOT FOR SALE. Most desirable in Stanford, on Lancaster St., centrally located, .see L. M. Good Knight. FOR SALE CHEAP. Buggy, davenport, leather couch, range, encyclopedia, law books, parlor lamp. See L. M. Good Knight. at any time before Terms easy and announced at sale. Will be glad to show, the farms DINNER. SERVED. sale. G. B. SWINEBROAD LANCASTER, KY. VS&MH& 1 &2&m&. 3RsJRr The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, October 27, Misery in Back, 1916. Page Seven mm f B fM f 77" PERFECT GUM Let us make you acquainted with the new, luscious flavor Headache K. Rogers, who went from Madison county to Morton, 111., 13 years in Limbs. ago, was here this week with W. A. Brent, propecting and may buy a Dear Mr. Editor For farm in Lincoln county. Mr. Rogers year I suffered with misery more than a in the back, says that interest in the presidential dull headache, pain in the limbs, was election is at fever heat in the somewhat constipated and slept poorly Sucker State and that from all indi- at night until I was about ready to collapse. Seeing cations it is going for Wilson sure. derful qualities an account of the wonof "'Amine," prepared He says that he has heard many men by Doctor Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., I who have been life long republicans, sent for a box, and before using the whole box say they are going to vote for Wilson My sleep isI felt and still feel improved. refreshing, misery reduced, counthis time for having kept the and life is not the drag it was before. I try out of war. most cheerfully recommend this remedy to sufferers from like ailments. Yours truly, W. A. Roberts. LOOKS GOOD IN ILLINOIS and Pain Real Estate FOR SALE! , No. 56 Kidd's Store It's all that the name suggests! Wrigley quality made where chewing gum making is a science. jffiJi the PERFECT GUM riSP Vow fftfee flavors ll-lis-ll Have a package of each always in reach WRAPPED IN Don't forget WRIGLEYS after every meal "ffimliTTl'M Fsn tfJIIJIU 645 W "; """r fPH HA HV Hl V jB20BHjbp73 most successful Trappers and Collectors of Raw Furs in your vicinity nave been shipping their entire collections to us. You too, can secure the highest 3nLet prices lor your skins by sending them here as New York is now the WorldV Clreaiest Raw Fur Market. Write today Golden Seal f .'or our Free price list and shipping tags. ... Ginseng .. r We ire the larcest dealers ra Ginseng in the United i charge no commission. Sttsdalwayjpayhicnestprices. Write for price list. New York DAVID BLUSTE1N -- OR years, the ,J.'e ( r and & BRO. Fi07J Current price of wheat has induced sowing of much greater acreage than for many late years. A few years ago when prices were about half that now farmers were persuaded of value of commercial fertilizers and bought them, but now almost any old worn field is deemed a paying prospect without barnyard or commercial fertilizer. Whirr of gasoline engines at silos has" just ceased, proclaiming storage of supply of succulent winter provender. Corn is husking a superior quality and excellent yield. Tobacco speculators have visited nearby crops, but all bids declined so far as heard from. The weed has colored beautifully; the yield seems maximum, but some authorities predict that weight will be disappointing. Shippers have the marketable stock in shambles fast as farmers can be induced to sell. Jim Pemberton, his brother George and Luther Asberry and families have gotten back from The Indyany to their native Casey "lively as crickets, happy as larks." Luther frankly admits that love of his native hills exceeds wage of two dollars a day, and declares contentment and subsistence beat wealth outside the State of Casey. West, on an air line of less than five miles north and south, three protracted meetings are in progress. Others in other parts of county. y feBeside a case of ver" a mile west, one of "dipthery" a mile north, east, an only, lusty grandson of two years having wearied of play with Victrola, alarm clock and granny's watch embarked on a hike of exploration and conquest in which he stumbled on a plug of tpbacco ornamented with a bright metal tag (fastened by a sharp spike, part of the disk,) which he ripped off and proceeded to swallow. Efforts to dislodge produced slight bleeding of throat, but facilitated "deglutition," as Gol. M. F. Esopus Elkin would express it. The three cases on hand at same time were the absorbing daily discussions till all were recovered and good as new. And who didn't know that our only and most versatile, genial Mike can give 99 out of 100 sawbones, cards and spades and jog under the wire a winner in an anatomical technologic contest? See Bee Hive, October 1916, page 21. Look up a copy you'll be paid. Just and unjust, alike have enviously watched rains falling in sight and earshot on lands and people not a whit better, while Providence provided them only enough to necessitate punishing a footmat before "new-mown- of the famous Dr. Pierce and his medicines. Well, this prescripwell-kno- Note : You've all undoubtedly heard tion is one that has been successfully used for many years by the physicians and specialists of Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, of Buffalo, N. Y., for kidney complaints, and diseases arising from disorders of the kidneys and bladder, such as backache, weak back, rheumatism, dropsy, congestion of the kidneys, ,'nflammation of the bladder, scalding urine, and urinary troubles. Up to this time, ""Amine" has not been on sale to the public, but by the persuasion of many patients and the increased demand for this wonderful healing Tablet, Dr. Pierce has finally decided to put it into the drug stores of this country within immediate reach of all sufferers. I know of one or two leading druggists in town who have managed to procure a supply of '"Amine" for their anxious customers in and around this locality If not obtainable Eend one dime by mail to Dr. Pierce for trial package or 50 cents for full treatment. Editor Please insert this letter in ome conspicuous place in your paper. j 200 acre farm; 4 room residence, porches, etc; small new barn; also old barn and two log houses on the place; two splendid orchards; good springs; well fenced and about 75 acres bottom land; this place faces the road for about a mile and can be easily divided into two or even three small farms. A pike will soon be built through this section. Price $4,000. Terms one third cash and balance in one and two years. Atlas to carry and guide the world, but the old lady has spun along so gliby and hilariously absolutely without both they can be happily spared to join Billy Sunday and Gypsy Smith or devote their philanthropies to Mexico. No. 44 Later: Teddy's date at Stanford was coincident with rain, finally, which relieves this end of distressing scarcity of stock water. SAVES DAUGHTER Advice of Mother no Doubt Pre- vents Daughter's Untimely End. Ready, Ky. " I was not able to dc mything for nearly six months," writes Mrs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, "and .vas down in bed for three months. I cannot tell you how I suffered with ;iy head, and with nervousness and womanly troubles. Our family doctor told my husband he :ould not do me any good, and he had 0 give it up. We tried another doctor, iat he did not help me. At last, my mother advised me to take Cardui, the woman's tonic. I thought t was no use for I was nearly dead and icthing seemed to do me any good. But took eleven bottles, and now I am able o do all of my work and my own cashing. 1 think Cardui is the best medicine in he world. My veight has increased, md I look the picture of health. " If you suffer from any of the ailments jeculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui oday. Delay is dangerous. We know t will help you, for it lias helped so r.any thousands of other weak women n the past 50 years. At all druggists. 1 acre farm; 1 2 mile from one of the best towns in central Kentucky and only two miles from good railroad station; right on pike and in graded school district. All in grass except 42 acres. There is one hundred acres of splendid blue grass sod on this farm and about one hundred acres in timothy meadow and orchard grass. No better watered farm in the State. Fencing good. Has large two story frame residence, tenant house, large barns, etc. This land will grow anything you put on it, there being no better blue grass in the State. It is an ideal stock farm, magnificent home, splendid community and in the richest part of the county. Price $100 pp.r acre. down and balance in three years. 3 Land all around this farm selling at $110 to $125 per acre. This is tho cheapest farm in the county. 242 1-- 2 1-- 1-- No. 141 50 acres; 35 acres in cultivation; balance in timber; two houses; barn, chicken house etc.; well watered; good neighborhood; close j school and church; Price $1500.00. No. 143 151 acre farm five miles from 1-- coming in doors. Creeks, ponds, cis- NICE, CLEAN, FRESH MEATS. We are going to cater to the best trade in Stanford and Lincoln county and give you a Meat Market like you never saw before in Stanford. : : We have on hand now some of the best Cuts of Fresh Meats; also some Extra Choice Cured Meats, Hams, Bacon, Etc. Call and see us or Phone No. 271. :::::::: Sanitary Neat Market Geo. T. Wood, Prop., Stanford, Ky. terns and wells without the essential second only to air are exasperations, but more plentiful than piety just about here. Think of Irish potatoes above the dollar-a-bushmark and cabbage 4 cents a pound the first of October! and under Democratic domination. Teddy fulminated some uncomplimentary talk about the G. O. P. recently, and launched a campaign of regeneration and reform. Disgusted and despairing he has concluded to abandon the job and realign invoking addition of two T's to title of "The Terrible" by former disciples and enthusiastic followers said "Ts" spelling Truculent Traitor. Even demagogic candidates profess depreciation of a campaign of defamation. Who can remember a presidential campaign of such peanut politics? The phenomenal prosperity is an accident due in no measure to wise, constructive legislation and diplomatic evasion of carnage with its concomitants of death, devastation and enormous taxation. Renewed tariffs are declared the tonic which assures continuance of present robust health of the Nation and the G. 0. P. empirics have it ready mixed for instant administration if the pael Write to: Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Ladies' Advisory Dept.. Chattanocca. Tenn.. for Stecial e .'nst ructions on ycur case and book. "Home Treatment for Women." in clain wraocer. N.C. 126 . m .x:tv'' '0"":?.'-'"'- . ana ; '"v'.fI riiWKi i ijni DiiAittAAA - A vja BOOKKEEPING x DUnnnniiQnhlf TELEGRAPHY Iexinton, WILBUR R.SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE WH.BIJB B. SMITH, Int. ana 5nrfMior,loEmirmi loiirge K.t. LnlTtniif. Its President h8 years of experience In mercantile and banking business, also o years educating 20,000 young men and women for Bnccees. BSJ"Enter now. Address county; one house of five rooms and two porches; the other house is 1 2 story of fivp. rooms; tcbacco and stock barn, 36x70; cisteln, springs and ponds; about 100 acres in grass; balance in cultivation; orchard of 75 trees; all buildings and fence in good shape; close to good schopl and church; this farm is located in the best farming section of the county. Price $70.00 per acre, 3 down and balance in 1, 2 ana 3 years. 1-- Stanford; in the best part of the Ky. Nice Farm For Sale I will sell my farm of 126 acres, two and a half miles northeast of Eubank; it is good lime stone land, level gently rolling; seven good and springs; good five-roocottage; good outbuildings; good orchard. This is a fine stock farm. I will also sell crop and stock and a stock of goods at same place, that will invoice $1,200 or $1,500. Price on farm is $4,000. C. A. WELLS, Waynesburg, Ky. 82-5R. F. D. 3. m p. "O No, 145 84 acres; about four miles from Stanford: two story frame dwelling of six rooms; halls and porches; newly painted and prpered: barn 50x60; failing cistern and four never springs; creek runs full length of one side; all of this place is in grass; right on pike; all buildings and fence good. Price $10,500.00. One third ' down and balance in one two and three years. JOHN B. HIGGINS' a BOTANIC SALVE As an external application this salve subdues inflammation and relieves pain in short for any and all ailments, whether afflicting man or I J. L. Beazley & Co., J. C. McCLARY 4(3&hes. V949VmSFt3v Undertaker Emr Imer Undertaker Embalmer Office Phone 167 Home Phone 85 Phone 42, Stanford, Ky, STANFORD. KY. and be drenched. Many of us old timers remember "Father Abraham's" warning that it is a mighty bad plan to swap horses in middle of the stream, especially with a disin- Box 25 c. genuous jockey skilled in doing the other fellow and the old maxim of To the Public: "letting good enough alone" is such fTT I represent the largest and best ! order clothing house in this country manifest good sense we are moved Chicago. III. My exEd V. to emulate our Missouri cousins in perience Price avd Co., and directing the makin measuring ing waiting to be "shown" before swap- over" of your clothes, agives me the advantage practical tailor. one who is not you ping Woodrow for a broncho only will give me your order, I will promise If a you square deal. You will get the worth of your halter broken. money, either in the cheapest grades or the My FALL higher There was a time when we yokels line of prices. is now readyand WINTER samples for your inwere disputing whether Teddy or the spection. Can now and let me show you. T TV7 iU9 EXSJrLiEj I Practical Tailor Peerless was the" divinely designed Stanford, Kt. made-to-,""- tient can be cajoled to hold his nose beast, requiring a direct external application either to allay inflammation or soothe pain and heal. Cannot be excelled harmless. Sold and made by JOHN B. HIGGINS Stanford, Ky. hughes & Mccarty REAL ESTATE Stanford, - - Kentucky n. ( 7 Page Eight The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: J. T. Hackley sold to J. T. Shadoan of 'Pulaski, a high bred Shorthorn bull calf for $150. Cashier W. M. Bright, of the Lincoln County National Bank, deliver ed to T. W. Jones this week 28 head of hogs that averaged 185 pounds at $9 a hundred. What is pronounced one ot the finest bunches of fat cattle sold in this section this season, was sold by J. H. Baughman, south of Danville to Simon Weil, of Lexington, the beeves to be delivered the first ten days in November. There are 105 head in the herd, and Mr. Baughman believes that they will run in weight from 1,350 to 1,500 pounds. Mr. Weil pays from $8.25 to $8.75 net for them. Mr. Weil said that they are the best bunch of fat steers he has seen anywhere this year. An average of $854 was made on fifty Herefords sold at Kansas City, Mo., October 6. The highest price, was $3,000. E. H. Taylor, Jr., of Frankfort, paid $2,500 for Belle Blanehard, calved September, 1914, and $1,500 for Desturber's Lassie, calved 1915 and a number of others under $1,000. E. E. Mack, Thomas-villGa., paid $1,225 for the Princess R. F. A. Gillespie of Tulsa, Okla., secured a yearling bull for $1,100 and $1,000 for a this-weee, two-year-o- Friday, October 27, 1916. ACIDS IN THE SYSTEM Acids accumulating in" the system in before you can be rid of your trouble. excess, poison the blood and cause a S. S. S. has been purifying and nourgreat variety of diseases, affecting the ishing the blood for over half a censkin and other mucous surfaces, the tury. It is also a very efficient tonic heart and arteries, brain and general and being purely vegetable, nervous system, joints and muscles. Some of these diseases are Rheumatism in its many forms, Catarrh, Eczema, Hives, itching and burning of the skin, dizziness, mental depression and a variety of other ailments. You must eliminate the acid from your system and purify your blood itis the most efficient agent known in the cleansing of the blood and toning up of the system. Call for it at your druggists and don't accept a substitute. If special medical advice is desired write Medical Department 93, Swift Specific Co, Atlanta, Ga. McCormack & Co., shipped a car load of hogs to Cincinnati Wednesday that cost in the neighborhood of - Farm and Stock News Ike Shelby, of the Shelby City section, sold to Simon Weil, of Lexington, this week, a herd of 42 slopper cattle, that averaged 918 pounds at from $5.50 to $6.25. W. D. Hanson, of the Moreland section, sold 55 head of light hogs that averaged 125 pounds, to Fox Caldwell, of Danville, this week at $8 a hundred. T. W. Jones, of the Stanford Stock Yards, and the biggest cattle buyer in this part of the state, shipped out 22 carloads of stock to the Cincinnati market during the past 14 days, the total value of which aggregated close to $30,000. 950 pounds. Dr. Hugh Reid delivered 21 shoats to T. W. Jones at the stock yards Wednesday morning, that avera'ged 106 pounds and for which he received $8 a hundred. cents a pound. S. H. Baughman sold to Simon Weil, of Lexington, this week, 105 head of slopper steers at from $5.25 to $6.50. They will average about 8 ld Bad Cold? Headachy And Nose Stuffed! 'Pape's ( .r Ifyou could look into a million liomes Could you look into one HERE3STHEHOG bull. Cold Compound" Ends Colds And Grippe In A Few Hours Take "Pape's Cold Compound" every two hours until you have taken three doses, then all grippe misery goes and your cold will be broken. It nospromptly opens your clogged-u- p trils and the air passages of the head; stop nasty discharge or nose BOURBON REMEDY CO., running; relieves the headache, dullLszicston, Ky. ness; feverishness, sore throat, sneezEnclosed find photo of hojr that was cured of buckwheat. ing, soreness and stiffness. cholera vrith your Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy. This hoc was almost dead before usinjr Don't stay stuff ed-uQuit blowthe medicine, and then was entirely cured, exHustonville cept loss of ears, tail. etc. The hot Is owned by ing and snuffling. Ease your throbII r. Skiles Ewinir. of Bowling Green, Ky. He will be Klad to mve you a testimonial, and we bing head nothing else in the world Mr. and can iret several more if you want them. gives such prompt relief as "Pape's WednesdayMrs. Ike Shelby were here morning. The latter deDRUG CO., Cold Compound," which costs only livering some cattle to Simon Weil. Bowline Green, Ky, E. H. Kidd of Liberty, was here a 25 cents at any drug store. It acts Ask Your Druggist for It. without assistance, tastes nice and while Wednesday morning on his way Sold By Stanford. causes no inconvenience. Accept no to S. A. Hanson, of near Moreland reTHE PENNY DRUG STORE 85-- 1 ceived a very severe lick on his forehead E. R. Coleman, Prop. Stanford, Ky. substitute. by a break pole flying back and striking him center. W. S. Wigham received a car of coal Wednesday evening and by 9 o'clock Thursday morning it was all p! BUYING BUCKWHEAT HERE K. D. Smith, representing the big seed house of Wood, Stubbs & Co., of "Louisville, has been in Lincoln a week or so, mostly for the purpose of buying buckwheat crops in the southern section of the counties. He has so far secured enough to make three car loads. Among the farmers from whom he secured the largest crops were E. G. Baugh, Sid Collier, V. C. Gilliland, Charles Dye. J. H. Jenkins, and W. A Marshall. Mr. Smith has been paying an average price of 78 cents a bushel for the JENKINS-SUBLET- T home in every twenty in America and see in all of them a coffee being served that is good enough to make breakfast as happy as this If you saw all these homes using the same coffee You would never rest until you had tried that coffee. Your grocer has it It is the most popular coffee in America today! Like the women in these million homes, you will find that Arbuckles' has the rich full flavor you have always wanted. Serve it. See how much pleasure coffee can give. Ar-buckl- es'. trip. gone, ' The rock crusher is putting out a fine lot of rock on the Liberty pike. A full force of men are at work on the new garage this week and will soon be under cover. Sam Owens, of McKinney, was here Thursday morning on a business To supply the women of America with their favorite coffee, ships uf Arbuckles' Coffee are on the sea every day, bringing coffee from the coffee growing countries to their big plant on the New York waterfront. I B-- LlltllB X Ma mm scarcity of good now they're none too will cheapen the plentiful quality or lessen the comfort of a shoe stamped Crossett. We believe old friends would rather pay a little more for their Crossetts should it become necessary to secure the old established Crossett quality NO DENTIST limbs. Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and Mr. M. J. Cain, of Somerset, is the Myers House Flats Stanford, Ky. Sanitary Plumbing, Heating, TinBuggies; Open Day and Night. guest of his daughter, Mrs. A. J. Phone: Office 240; &es. 165 Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a ning and Guttering Guranteed. Weddle. Trial, We Will Please You. mil Irt a Myers' Pumps and Gray Engines H. H. Carter, Manager. Phone 5. LIVE STOCK MARKETS K. J. B. Calls answered day or night. Hogs bulk $10 10.35; light DENTIST Phone 188 Stanford, Ky. CARTER & CARTER, Stanford, Ky. mixed $9.80(5)10.45; Lincoln Bank Building;! heavy $9.75(5)10.10; rough $9.75(5) Rooms 28-2STANFORD. KY. 9.95; pigs $7.75(5)9.65. Cattle6.60 fhone 214 (5)11.65; Western steeis $6.15(5) 9 50; stackers and feedeis $4.65 (5) STANFORD-DANVILLPASSEN7 75; cows and heifers $J.3F(59.50; GER SERVICE cales $7(5)11. Shep wethers S7 8.25; lambs $8.25(5)10.75. of9 a.m. 3 p.m. Lv. (Hotels) Stanford Lv. (Hotels) Danville 10 a.m. 4 p.m. (Daily except Sundav) Round-tri- p One fare $1.00 $1.25 mm Woodson Reed, of the Rolling Fork, was run over Tuesday morning by a heavy loaded wagon, while pulling Kauffman Hill. He thinks that some fresh rock on the pikeroll-e- d under his feet and threw him down and the wheels passed over both legs badly cutting them but no bones were broken. It is probable if the ground had been solid that he would have received two broken 5 T. W. PENNINGTON, 'When In Doubt Take Livery and Auto Service a oatft. PERKINS W. WARNER ! 0; 9, E PUBLIC SALE --- "Cascarets" Best If Headachy, Bilious, Sick, Constipated! Best For Liver and Bowels, Bad Breath, Bad Colds, Sour Stomach 10-cent Packages delivered at reasonable rates. Rates for other trips on application at St. Asaph Hotel office or STANFORD SERVICE STATION Phone 300 Somerset street Farm, Stock and Crops on- Turning to the interesting present: TherangeofCrossettstyleswasnever more inviting their comfort never more grateful. This trim model is bench made. Notice the toe cap. Has invisible eyelets. Choose it for st)le and comfort. stomach. Get a box. DENTIST Sick headache, biliousness, coated Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at Crab Orchard tongue, head and nose clogged up Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays with a cold always trace this to at Stanford torpid liver; delayed, fermenting Office in Lincoln Bank Buiding food in the bowels or sour, gassy Poisonous W. W. BURGIN Saturday, Nov. 11, '16 at 10:00 o'clock, A. M. On the premises situated on the Hustonville and Danville turnpike about a mile and a quarter from Hustonville and a mile and a quarter from Moreland on the C. S. Railroad, we will sell at public auction, the following property: The farm of 186 acres, with nice dwelling with nine rooms; beautifully located, with two tenant houses, four barns and all necessary outbuildings, all in good repair; farm well watered with several never-failin- g springs. This place is ideally located for the best markets, schools and churches. Most of the farm is in grass, and fencing is good. This is considered one of the most desirable farms in the west end of Lincoln county. Will also sell the following Stock, Farming Implements, Crops, MULES ar- I Vi V Lewis A. Crossett, Inc. Msttr,. North Abingtori, Mast. lllv Xr fi v. Crossett Shoe "Makes Cites Walk Easy' TRADE MAKV intestines, instead of being cast out Graduate of the Cincinnati Veterinary College. of the system is into the Veterinary Surgeon and Dentil t. blood. When this poison reaches the Phone 5. Carter & Carter's Stable. delicate brain tissue it causes conSTANFORD, KENTUCKY. gestion and that dull, throbbing, sickening headache. VACCINATE Cascarets immediately cleanse the stomach, remove the sour, undigest- I am prepared to vaccinate for Anthrax, Black Leg, and all other ed food and foul gases, take the extock diseases. cess bile from the liver and carry out JOHN COOK, Veterinarian, all the constipated waste matter and Phone 204. Stanford, Ky. poisons in the bowels. A Cascaret tonight will surely HARRY JACOBS straighten you out by morning. They Dealer In work while you sleep a box Fine Monumental Work from your druggist means your head clear, stomach sweet, breath right, Cemetery Hill, Stanford, Ky. Closed on Saturday complexion rosy and your liver and Phone 164 bowels regular for months. 85-- 1 ed ----- matter clogged in the DR. R. E. TAYLOR, Etc: One pair mare mules, extra good. One old horse mule. Four cows, Three extra good weanling calves, steers, Eleven extra Ninety-eigextra good ewes, Two thoroughbred Southdown bucks, ht Thirty-fou- r hogs, 10-ce- nt This sale is for the purpose of settling up partnership business. TERMS All amounts of $20.00 and under, cash. Personalty to be sold on credit of three months, without interest. Farm will be sold one-thi- rd cash and the balance in equal payments in one, two and three years. One two-hor- se wagon, One thoroughbred Duroc sow and eight pigs, One corn planter, new, One new wheat drill, One new McCormack Mowing machine, Eight hundred bales of hay, Ten stacks of hay, One hundred bales of straw, .Lot ot corn and other feed. J. J. ALLEN, JAS. F. BAKER, J. G. WEATHERFORD JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS CONTRACTING See B. L. FAGALY for Contracting and Building: of any sort Houses, WAYNESBURG. UNDERTAKER, We carry a large and complete stock of Caskets, Robes etc at all times. ; Phone: Farmers' line No. Woodstock line No. J. M. REYNOLDS Mr.Tobacco Grower Send a posta for info To Be Distributed At The Priced $6 to $10 ROBINSON'S Barns, Etc. Stanford, Kentucky. 5"0ZS' ' T Daily Except Sunday Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. AUCTIONEER, LANCASTER KY. Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at 9:00 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. The high dollar at your sale all the Bundles and Packages Carried at time and at lowest price; sales " ' cried anywhere. ' Low Charges O. L. MINKS. Proorietor Phone 364A Lancaster at my expense Auto Bus Between Danville and Stanford mation regarding ttt CAPT. AM BOURNE $1,000.00 in PRIZES Lexington Burley Tobacco Show Nov. 23-4-- 5 Address W. C. McDOWELL, Sec. 620 S. Broadway, Lexington, Ky.