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Tuesdays and Fridays Paid Off $10,000 A Beautiful Wedding Soldier Predicts War Prominent Railroader Fair Dates Reserved Miss Nancy Walker Becomes Bride of In. Short Time If Hughes Is Elected Local Foot Ball Boys Defeat Visitors James C. Elmore, Son of Lincoln, Plans On Foot To Give 'Stanford When New Baptist Church At Camp W. B. Burton at Lancaster President Dies At Jellico, Tenn. 59 to 0 Here Saturday Splendid Exhibition Next Year bellsville Is Dedicated One of the prettiest weddings; ever Coleman Lutes, of Uncle Private James C. Elmore, who was born in In about another year the Notwithstanding the fact that the One of the handsomest church seen in Lancaster, occurred at the Sam's army, stationed at Fort High School football team will Lincoln county, 57 years ago, and local K. P lodge will not hold a fair homes in any country town in KenMaine, writes to his father, begin to approach the proportions of went from the Preachersville section under its auspices next year, quite a tucky was formally dedicated at Presbyterian fchurch at 8 o'clock, John Lutes here that in the event of the famous eleven of a few years when a young man, to become one of number of Hie members of the lodge, Campbellsville, Taylor county .Sun Saturday evening, when the marri- the presi- ago which swept all opposition before the most trusted conductors in tha in election of Hughes busage of William B. Burton and Miss dency next Tuesday, youto the expect it; the eleven upon which the Cole- service of the L. & N. railroad, died ily their individual capacity, are com- day by the Baptist congregation, of may at work organizing a stock which Rev. L. C. Kelly, who iNancy Walker, was solemnized. The to see this country soon embroiled in man boys, Wesley Embryo Mike Pen- at his homo in Jellico. Tenn.. Inst pany, and a fair for Stanford is a Miss Nan Newland, daughter, married of Mr. Friday. On Saturday his remains certainity for 1917. The- same dates, and Mrs. T. D. Newland, church was most elaborately deco- war. Lutes is in the army and knows ny, and others of that day were were brought to of this city, his old here is the pastor. The building is a very rated in ferns, southern smilax and whereof he speaks when he says that stars. The team of youngsters which and after short services at homegrave, as have been reserved each year the third week in August are again re- handsome white lilies and chrysanthemums, the "war is hell" and he urges everyone has been developing for the past few and commodious brick white and green decorations being who does not want to see such a des- years showed that they have the the remains were laid to rest in Buf- served for the Stanford fair, by the structure and its cost as about $30,-00- 0. falo Springs cemetery in the pres- promoters. Plans are under way to tastefully and artistically used. The perate chance taken, to go to the right ideas and the right stuff in There was a $10,000 debt on the entire chancel was concealed by a polls and vote for Wilson, who has so them, when on Saturday afternoon ence of a number of friends and lov- make the 1917 exhibition bigger and edifice when the dedicatory day rollones. better than ever. The bunch behind ed around, but so intense screen of white lilies and smilax, in far kept this country out of war they walloped the boys from the ed The deceased the enwas a member of the movement is composed of strict- thusiasm and liberality of heismembers when all the rest of the world is Threlkeld High School of Nicholasthe center of which, and on either one of the most prominent families ly "live wires" and they will put on that this enormous sum side upon white standards, were bas- aflame with fire. A letter from young1 ville by a score of 57 to 0. was raised Coach Todd had his youngsters in Lincoln countv. and stood niVh in a fair which will be a credit to the Sunday, LiUtes commanding officer to his kets of white chrysanthemums, the Tiandles of which were tied with father here ,says that the Stanford playing fast football all during the' his profession and in he regard of city and county and maintain the Rev. Kelly has only been pastor of boy, is making a fine record in the the game and at no time were the all who knew him. He was a nephew high standard set by Stanford fairs the Baptist church at Campbellsville green tulle. For some time before the cere- service. He has just been promoted visitors able to penetrate their de- of Mr. M. D. Elmore, one of Stan- in the past, which have become known for three or four years, but he has mony, a musical program was ren- to First Private. His term of enlist- fense. Exceptionally good work, of ford's oldest and most esteemed citi- as the best country fairs in the state. done big things during his short stay zens; here. He inaugurated the movement dered by the musical faculty of the ment will soon be up and a splendid course was done by Joe T. Embry, more, and a brother of Menefee Ela well known citizen of the College, of Danville, con- position has been offered him if he and Bryan Perkins, who are the "Woman's for a new church building and has done a great work with the membersisting of a pianist, violinist and so- wishes to accept it and not go back bright particular stars of the team Preachersville section. Other brothers ship and along other lines. loist. The musicians were completely to tne army, in writing to his father, always. Others who did especially Lige and sisters who survive are Elmore, of Etowah, Tenn., S. S. Miss Anna Warren and George Kiser fine 'work were Maurice Tucker, The new church building was forhidden behind the decorations, which young Lutes said: Fort McKinley, Maine, 3 Co., C. A. C. Stith Noe, Henly and John Cash, Elmore, of Anderson, lnd., Sam ElMarried Last December mally dedicated by Rev. J. W. Porextended across the church, and the "Tub" Martin at center. Sam and more, Palmyra, 111., and N. C. Elter, of Lexington, who preached the low, sweet strains of the piano and Dear Father: I just got your letter and I am "Slim Hill. Morgan Baughman, play more, of Paris; Mrs. J. B. Wade, of The theory advanced that women dedicatory sermon. Thousands of peoceremony made it violin during the more impressive. The bridal party always glad to hear from home. It ing his first full game on the ibig the Walnut Flat section, Mrs. H. E. can not keep secrets has been explod- ple gathered for the occasion, and uamer, entered the church to the strains of has just turned cold here now. Well, line" showed he has the right stuff Elmore, of Louisville, Miss Peyton ed in Stanford one time at least. On dinner was served to some 1.200 oeo- of Louisville, Mrs. Tom December 24, 1915, at the home of ple. The new church is admirably I guess old Kentucky will go Demo- in him and did nice work. The visitors the wedding march. The bridesmaids of Richmond and Mrs. Rev. P. L. Bruce, on East Main equipped for any other such by one up the cratic, at least I hope so. If all of the fought hard but were outclassed Mansfield, slowly proceeded one Fannie Smoot, of Ludlow. Mr. El- street, Miss Anna Warren and George special work. this isorbuilt in massive Tight aisle and the groomsmen, op- soldiers had a vote, Wilson would be from start to finish and the scoring more It was modern style of brick. In by married posite, up the left, crossing at the elected. He has kept us out of war, of Stanford was almost a procession sides his married three times. Be- Kiser, were to wife he is survived by four gentleman. Those who witnessed that its regular auditorium, addition 21 semi-circland I know he has. The way Hughes after the local machine got to workMessrs. it has altar forming a the children, Miss Susie Elmore, of Cin- ceremony were Mrs. Walter Warren. Sunday school rooms, a kitchen, banJohn Gill Kinraird, Clay Kauffman, talks, he wants war. I think Wilson ing right. A feature of the afternoon was a cinnati, Clyde Elmore, of Jellico and mother of the bride, and Misses Ella quet hall, ladies' parlor, pastor's and Horace Walker were the grooms- will get a lot of votes in Maine. A fist fight between Coach Misses Frances and Elizabeth El and Mae Warren, sistars of the bride. study equipped with telephone, and men, and the bridesmaids were Miss- man is a fool not to vote for Wilson. Well, if Hughes is elected, look out, Bowen and a youngster named Igle-har- t, more, of Jellico. The deceased had The father "Judge" Walter Warren, all conveniences. That a town of es Martha and Edna Kavanaugh, of both of Nicholasville. The for many years been a faithful mem- and the rest of the family were not or 4,000 people should be able Xancaster and Miss Annie May Wal- we will have war. Just wait and see. He will plunge this country into war Nicholasville official put Inglehart ber of the Christian church. He was let into the secret, nor did they know to build and support such a church, ker, of Richmond.The bridesmaids' dresses were white net and lace in at once and the people are seeing it out of the game and the latter jump- a member of the order of Maccabees a thing about it until a few days is a wonder, indeed, and shows that flounces, upon which were rows of too. I never did vote the Republican ed him about it after the game. The and in every relation of life, whether since. The bride remained in Stan- they must have the right sort of rebusiness narrow green ribbon. They wore caps ticket and I never expect to. but if argument quickly came to plows, and respected or social was esteemed and ford and conducted her millinery ligion down in Taylor county. by his fellow men. A host business with her sisters and the was a Republican, I think I the youngster was giving the coach Several auto loads of Lincoln and veils of tulle, and carried white Wilson of chrysanthemums tied with green would vote for him and I think I all he could handle when the added he friends and loved ones mourn that groom returned to Winchester and county people attended the dedica is no more. would be doing my duty, for war is attraction was stopped by spectators. continued his work as head reporter tion among them Mr. and Mrs. T. D. tulle. Newland, Howard Newland, Miss on the Daily Sun. The maid of honor, Miss Minnie hell, and I know the people who vote MRS. RHEUHAMY YOUNG DEAD The "wise ones," and they are Jennie Newland, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. May Robinson, wore an empire gown for Hughes don't know that in a few days Dr. W. W. of light green messaline ruffled to be or few months their boys may Mrs. Rheuhamy Young, aged 71 found in Stanford, as well as else- Newland and family, sent to war. Hughes is worse than Mrs. L. S. years, died Sunday at her home in where, suspected nothing. At inter- Burgin, his sister-in-lathe waist, and carried pink roses. Xittle Lucy Bates Denny, the flower Roosevelt. Let th& people vote for Splendid Arguments For Wilson At the Mt. Moriah section, where she vals of a month or six weeks Mr. Elder and three of his children. irlj carried a basket of roses. Fol- Hughes, if they want their sons to go lived many years and was universal- Kiser visited his wife here and the Hustonville Last Week lowing her, came the bride, wearing to war. They can be made to go, and ly beloved. Funeral services wert fact the he was such an attentive FAIR BUILDINGS BURN a superb gown of Duchess satin a man that is trained is worth a half conducted Monday by Rev. John beau might have had the tendency to The amphitheater of the Mt. VerHustonville, Oct. 31. Young. The deceased was almost a prevent any suspicion that the two non fair was burned to the ground and long sleeves, with court dozen not trained. Rousing It takes two years to .make a sol- were made speeches for Democracy g train extending from the shoulders. member of the Mt. Moriah hearts had already been made one. last Wednesday about two o'clock. Friat Hustonville last Her veil was caught into a cap with dier and a man in the army has got day night before an enthusiastic au- Christian church. She was a widow of Last spring Mr. Kiser spent a week The Mt. Vernon Signal says that one to a coronet of orange blossoms, and did do just as they say. It is a pity I dience. The principal addresses the late Nelson H. Young, who pre- in the Warren home but the gossipers report says there had been some crap not come to the army when I was were she carried a large boquet of bride's Hon. J. cede her to the grave about 30 years passed it up with the assertion that shooters in the building during the made by Judge Fox xoses and lilies of the valley. It was 18 years old. They sure do make a W. Rawlings, of Danville. and They were ago. Two daughters survive, Mrs. Mr. Kiser was trying mighty hard to that conceded by all, that a more beautiful man out of you. Everything has got introduced by Attorney K. S. Alcorn, Rilla Chestnut and Mrs. Emline win Miss Warren. It has been a well forenoon and another report isbuildboys playing in to be done one way in the army, and kept secret but the fact that their some There wereno question the that bride was rarely seen. Young, who have the sympathy of reing. is of Stanford, with a few but The groom upon the arm of the you have to do it, or die sure. If a marks. Judge Fox spokepleasing 15 many friends in their bereavement. friends were kept unawares will not it was set, either intentionally or unabout best man, Dr. Pontius, of State Col- man is a man he can get along all minutes and was followed hy Mr. lessen the congratulations and good intentionally. The building was not lege, Lexington, met her at the altar, right, any place. I have served two Rawlings in one of the ablest speech wishes that will be given Mr. and insured for where a beautiful ceremony was pro years and one month. The last con- es that have been heard here for JOE BALES DIES IN MADISON Mrs. Kiser, who will spend a day or could not bethe reason that insurance had from any reputable Mrs. George Crawford, on Dan- so here and then go to Winchester nounced by Kev. Hugh Hudson, the gress passed a law, any man with one many a day. He said, in part, .that ville company. The Signal further says avenue, received a message hand make that their home. Presbyterain minister, the ring being year's service can go on the army re- the whole country is afire forJWopd-ro- w the loss of the building will not 'Monday that her uncle, Joe Bales, serve, if he is an excellent soldier. Mrs. Kiser is a charming young that used to plight their troth. in any way effect the future of the Wilson. Recounting had died at his home near Richmond, woman, very popular, and her Immediately after the ceremony The President can call you back in ments .Association,. Next year will see a national democratic?.'! vuuuiy, they repaired to thehomeo the. case of war. Iwillgek$24 a. year, for ministi-atio- of the ftr the' construction ol" i"'. "of sincere larger and much better building than, about 65 years of age, and was one regret. She is as pretty of character bride's "brother. Judge Lewis WaUPlve.years7 There are just three men the one just burned. The loss is a and beneficent laws which make Ker, wnere tne bridal dress was getting out 01 my company. A man wise peace and prosperity of the na- of the best known livestock men in as she is oi face and figure and has heavy blow to the Association but of for changed for a traveling suit of brown has got to be superior drilled in ev- tion, he held his audience during the that section, and a very prominent won her way into the hearts of the the 200 stockholders, there are toroadcloth with hat and furs to ery respect, and an excellent char- whole address. He told how Hughes, citizen. Funreal services will be held people of her home town, who join in enought who are sufficiently intermatch and the .bridal party left in acter, so my captain said I was one when governor of New York, did all this afternoon at half past four o'- congratulating the man who has won ested to insure the erection of a new clock and Mrs. Crawford went over her heart and hand. She is the third autoes for Danville to take the train of the three. I will have an honorable in his power to defeat the income tax to amphitheater in plenty of time for be present. daughter of "Judge and Mrs. Walter the 1917 fair. for North Carolina, where they will discharge, which is more than lots of law. He showed how Hughes vetoed them can say. Well, I don't know, spend their honeymoon. Warren and with her sisters has sucthe two-cebill and the bill to SADDLE HORSES SELL LOW cessfully conducted a millinery store CURSE ON LEXINGTON BALL The bride is one of Lancaster's papa, where I will go or I don't know give women fare teachers for the same I will mot charming and loved young wom- whatgoing todo when I get out, but I work the same pay as men. He said R. S. Scudder and B. W. Leigh, of here for some time. Mr. Kiser is a A masquerade ball is scheduled settle down and try to that en, being as beautiful of character am is no North, South, no the West End, who attended the fine fellow; ranks high as a news for Lexington tonight. At a revival as she is of face and figure. The make a man out of myself. Love to East, thereWest now, but noone grand Thurman sale of horses at Spring- paper man and is one of the no .groom is a worthy young man of all. of the Winchester Sun. being conducted at a Methodist country, standing united by the field Saturday, tell the I. J. that He COLEMAN LUTES. began his newspaper career at church there, on Sunday, Rev. D. I. fine business qualities and is very strong bonds of Christian love, with buyers were there from several Coates, the preacher, warned his popular both in social and business a Christian man filled with love for states but that prices were very low. Paris, but has been with the Sun for hearers against going, saying: "If circles. CHURCH OFFICERS ORDAINED The best sale made was that of a several years. He is an excellent rehis fellow man as president. He porter, an easy writer and an excep- you go to that masquerade ball mare belonging to Judge On Sunday, October 29, there was showed that there was no legislation newspaper Tuesday night" the curse of Jesus BIG COAL MINE DEAL held an ordination service at the for the farmer and the laborer un- I. C. Thurman. She brought $750 and tionally good Christ will be upon you. There will was bought by a Pennsylvania man. man. Presbyterian church. After the ser- til Wilson and a democratic congress Announcement was made last mon at 11 o'clock The happy pair starts life together be no dancing or card playing in were elected. It is now quite popu- The mare is by Rex Peavine and is there surely will week of the completion of negotia- W. B. McKinney W. H. Higgins and heaven, a were installed as lar to be a democrat and if there are a full sister to All Peavine. A filly under most propitious circumstances lake of and and brimstone in be tions, pending for the past week, by Elders; hell. fire any republicans left by the time the colt by Red Peavine was bought by and that they may love each other The Bible teaches this, and I would and J. W. Rout and Hugh which C. H. Brady, of Owensboro, more and more as they know each of Boston, of comes off, they are going, to ordained as transfers to J. H. Sowder, of Barbour-vill- e, Noe wereThe form and installed us- election and mighty lonesome. Mr. Miss Craft, bought for $310$450. Miss other better and that all of the good as soon disbelieve all as discredit, Craft also Deacons. be few a colt by of ordination the Fern Hill coal mining prop- ed was a by things of life may come to them, is one part." closed erties located three miles below tion of that required by the constitu- Rawlings plea to his speech with a ISourDon's Bcot, out ofcoltmare Rex the wish of their legion of friends by repub- Chester Dare. A filly the Presbyterian church. A masterly the thinking Owensboro. The consideration paid "back home" in Stanford. SOUTH END FARM BRINGS $1,800 Monroe, dam was not made public although it was good, attentive congregation was licans to for once lay aside poplitics was bought by Katherine Hugueley, IV' anon present. The new officers begin work and go to the 'polls on Nov. 7th and Crozier, of PennsylTolliver, of the Fishing stated that it would run well over with the support DRESS CAUGHT ON FIRE Creek section, negotiated a sale this of the pravers and support with their votes the man who vania, for $250. Scudder's Powell $25,000. By his purchase Mr. Sowder stands for Peace, Prosperity and Peavine, by All Peavine. brought Little Susan Fisher Woods, the week by which Wm Spradlin sold his becomes the owner of about 600 sympathies of the people. 300. He was bought by Jack O'Brien Plenty. daughter of Mr. and farm of about 109 acres, two and a acres of mineral rights, all improveox onicago, wno also bought a Mrs. James H. Woods, on the Knob half miles south of Waynsburar to ments on the property, and the coal tl.'3 belonging to R. S. Scudder Lick pike, had a close call Sunday Mrs Wilburn Caudill, of Letcher Quite an array of democratic oratipple in Owensboro.Mr. Sowder tors descended on the voters of the lor $160. He is by All Peavine. when her dress caught fire from a county, who is a close relative of Mi. stated that it was his intention to beH. C. Shoulders, of Winchester, Goshen section Monday night, and Princess Co., in Scudder's consign- paper she was playing with around a Tolliver. The price for the place was gin operations at the mines at once. ment, a Mr. and Mrs. CaudiK will Extensive improvements will be will preach at the little chapel or all whooped things up for Wilson and ter Peavine, o:ly old mare by Ches- grate. Luckily her parents were in ? 1, possession brought $170. Reg- the room at the time, and extinguish- take Lancaster street Wednesday evening the entire ticket. After County Atas soon as possible, made. Mr. Sowder said that he extorney W. S. Burch, and- Attorneys istered colts sold all the way from $50 ed the blaze before it became seri- and will be given a cordial welcome pected to employ 100 miners and at 7:15 o'clock. The ladies of the Presbyterian K. J. Francis and Herbert Reynolds to $100. The sale was a very poor ous. As it was, the front of the lit- to that section. His many friends remore on the properties. He contemto the lew price of horses tle one's dress was badly burned, and gret to know that JIr. Spradlin is church will claim the date of Dec. had spoken calls were made for Har- one, plates the removal of between 400 vey Wilkinson and Hubert C. Carpen- - and the high price of feed. Mr. Leigh she was scorched in several places. preparin gto move to Ohio to make po tons of coal per day for which 9th for their annual bazaar. and his home in the future. The revival services at the Chris- - ter, both of whom graceiully re- - took down three animals fo- - .lie sale It was a narrow escape. he says he has already a heavy detian church at Brodhead closed last sponded, making effective arguments but bi ought them all bac-K- . mand for delivery at a ton market price. C. H. Brady, the seller of the week with five additions to the tor Wilson and urging their hearers McKINNEY BANK WINS CASE LATEST WAR NEWS to go to the polls next Tuesday and YOUNGSTER IMPROVES SLOWLY properties, purchased them at mas- church. The Court of Appeals has affirmIn an engagment in the English Presiding Elder C. H. Greer, of take their neighbors to vote with Foster Thompson, ter's commissioner's sale May 15, Danville, Channel between British and German ed the suit brought by Riffe & Jones, passed through Stanford them for Peace and Prosperity. 1916. He paid at the sale $12,000 son, of Deputy Sheriff Mrs. torpedo-boa- t destroyers, two Ger- the colored hucksters, against the Judge C.A.Hardin goes to Waynes-bur- g Monroe ThomDSon. of theand for which he acquired a property late last week en route to Pineville Wavnes. man destroyers were sunk, according McKinney Deposit Bank. Their confor a speech tonight. burg section, is making a nice recov to London, while the British lost an tention was that they had made sevrepresenting an original investment and other points in Bell county and the mountain, to hold quarterly ery irom a recent operation the little empty transport. In addition, a Brit- eral deposits for which the bank failof $150,0000. The mines have been meetings. closed since the middle of June. destroyer is missing ed to give them credit. The Circuit Democratic Speaking Dates fellow had to undergo. He is still ish torpedo-boa- t Rev. W. D. Welburn is conducting confined to his home though the and another was run aground after Court decided against Riffe and Moreland Tuesday, Oct. 31, 7 p. youngster is gaining strength rapidly a protracted' meeting at Neal's Jones. In affirming that judfrment WANTS TO VOTE FOR WILSON it had been disabled by a torpedo. Creek church, holding services every m., K. S. Alcorn, T. J. Hill, Jr., and and his friends hope to see In a counter attack, launched with the Court of Appeals says: "We see the bright C. C. Bagby. John Reid, of Milledgeville, who night at 6:30. Rev. J. M. Robinson, Hon. great effectiveness, the Germans nothing in the record to raise the Hubble Wednesday, Nov. 1, 7 p. little lad out again soon. has been spending some time here as of Preachersville is doing the preachsouth of the Somme River have re- slighest suspicion of any effort to in m., H. G. Skiles, Rowan Saufley. the guest of Jailer George DeBorde ing. captured parts of the trenches for any manner defraud the plaintiffs." SELLS FARM AT $100 PROFIT Moore's School House Thursday, The revival services at the First on a charge of spiriting witnesses Nov. 2, 7 p. m., W. S. Burch, W. B. E. L. Harris sold a farm of 85 merly held by them and made 412 away, was released Saturday, his Baptist church at Winchester closed WILL MOVE TO PULASKI acres, recently purchased from Dab- - prisoners. friend A. A. Russell, of Shelby City last week with 63 additions. Rpv. "ft Hansford. His many friends in this county reney Davis, to Malachi Hopkins for a ' The Rumanian advance in the Jiul Preachersville Friday, Nov. 3, 7 going his replevin bond for $50 for L. Scarbrough, of Fort Worth, Tex., p. m., W. B. Hansford, K. S. Alcorn. proiit ot $100. This land is located Valley, in the region of the Vulcan gret to know that Gran Jones, a well the balance of the term unexpired. did the preaching. Harris' Creek Saturday, Nov. 4, in the East End of Lincoln near Pass, continues successfully, with the known farmer and hustling democrat The Baptists of Graves county did Mr. Russell said that Mr. ReiH's capture of 312 additional prisoners. of the Waynesburg section, is prefamily needed him badly. Mr. Reid, an unprecedented things when they 7 p. m., Herbert Reynolds, Harvey Green Briar Springs. Mr. Hopkins Several Americans are reported to paring to move from Lincoln over to will move his family there as soon as Wilkinson. who has made a model prisoner in elected Senator W. A. Frost, modhave been drowned when the British a farm he owns in Pulaski as soon as Turnersville Saturday, Nov. 4, he can get possession. every way, said that he is glad to get erator of their association instead of steamer Marina was torpedoed. Sev- the election is over. Mr. Jones is too back home before election as he a minister. He well deserves such an 7 p. m., W. B. Hansford, T. J. Hill, enty of the crew of 104 are missing. good a democrat to lose the jr. wants to vote for Woodrow Wilson honor and distinction, however. HOW CATARRH IS .CONTRACTED Wesley Frost, American consul at to vote for Woodrow Wilson, sochance won't South Fork Friday, Nov. 3, Presbyterian Church, Sunday, Nov. again, which shows that he is the Mothers are sometimes so thought- Queenstown, reported he had "pro- go till after the election. His farm is Reynolds, Harvey 5 Address at 11 o'clock by Rev. 7 p. m., Herbert right sort of a democrat. less a s otngelTienecedlebr -- hacohh visional" information that the vessel located near Albia, in Pulaski. Dr. C. R. Hemphill, of thePresbyter-ia- n Wilkinson. lessas to neglect the colds which was sent down without warning. King's Mountain Thursday, Nov. Theological Seminary, of Ken$200,000 WORTH OF HOGS their children contract. The inflam-tio- n Washington officials have ordered a WHEN YOU TAKE COLD tucky. All Presbyterians should hear 2, 7 p. m., C. C. Bagby. of the mucus membrane, .at first full investigation. With the average man a cold is a Since the first of January, 1916, him. Wednesday evening, k acute, becomes chronic and the child FRANKS TO SPEAK HERE serious matter and should not be the local stock buying firm of Jones service at 7 o'clock. "God's Care of DESPONDENCY. has a chronic catarrh, a disease that & Cress, have shipped 135 car loads the Individual." trifled with, as some of the most The local Republican Camnnicn is seldom cured and that many prove When you feel discouraged and dangerous diseases start with a comof hogs to the Cincinnati market, Committee has announced that the a life's burden. Many persons who despondent do not give up but take a mon cold. Take Chamberlain's Cough representing some thing like $200,-00- 0 . FOR A MUDDY COMPLEXION Hon. E. T. disease Owensboro, dose to the hog raisers of this bounty Take Chamberlain's Tablets and will speak Franks, of of Chas. E. have this loathsome frequent will re- you of Chamberlain's Tablets and Remedy and get rid of ycfur cold as in behalf member having had colds at are almost certain to feel all quickly as possible. You are n'ot exAs these gentlemen also buy cattle adopt a diet of vegetables and ceby the thousands during the course of reals. Take outdoor exercise daily Hughes and the Republican ticket at the time it was contracted. A little right within a day or two. Despon- perimenting when you use this rema year, some idea of the extent of the and your complexion will be greatly the court house on Thursday night, joretnougnt, a bottle oi Chamber-- dency is very often due to mdiges-lain- 's edy, as it has been in use for many Cough Remedy judiciously us- - tion and biliousness, for which these years and has an established reputabusiness they are doing with the far- improved within a few months. Try Nov. 2 at 7 P. M. All are invite'd to hear him. Mr. Franks is a very force- ed, and all this trouble might have tablets are especially valuable. mers 'can be obtained. tion. It contains no opium or other it. Obtainable, everywhere. ful speaker. avoided. Obtainable everywhere, tainable everywhere. narcotic. Obtainable everywhere. Mc-Kinle- y, - -- Kept Secret Well -- e. one-rou- nd 3,-5- 00 Rawling's Fine Speech w, V-ne- ck life-lon- the-achiev- leav-ihg'St'anf- h .ubu nt mdi-spensab- les six-year-- all-arou- four-year-o- ld News of Churches two-year-o- ld six-ye- ar -- - oA-in- ? four-year-o- ld mid-wee- -- J - -- Ob-be- en TKe Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: ( Tuesday, October, 31, 1916. The Interior Journal The mem with money knows it pays to be prepared when S. M. Sauflet, Editor and Pkopbhtor Entered at the posteffioe at Stanford, Ky., as second elate mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. $1.50 Both issues a week, per year 1.00 a week, for 8 months Twice 75 Twice a week, for 6 months .40 Twice a week, for 3 months 1.00 Once a week, either issue, per year. to all; paSubscriptions are per stops when time for which it is paid, is up e MEN'S opportunity tinocKs; jMmmm'mm, Democratic Ticket 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 d boys at 50c, to a mans at $1, a $1.50, $2 and $2.50. Munsing means service and comfort. We can fit you, no matter what your size. 3-year-old flSSaHUfBBVI For President Woodrow Wilson. Thomas R Marshall. For Vice President For Congressman Harvey Helm. Political Announcements. fllPbften atlhis 3ftP business chance were offered YOU today, are you in a position to grasp it? You would be if you had banked the money you have spent on things you really didn't need. Begin NOW. Open an account In our bank. Pile up your dollars and it won't be long before your opportunity come AGAIN. Put YOUR money in OUR bank. We pay 3 per cent interest on time deposits. If a good The Interior Journal is authorized to announce the following candidates for office subject to the Democratic primary the first Saturday in August, 1917. (Announcement fee for each county office is $10; for district office, $15; for city or magisterial office $5. No announcement will be made until fee is paid in advance.) FOR SHERIFF J. H. LIVINGSTON. 300-poun- REPUBLICANS IN A PANIC regarding the news Splendid chances of Wilson to be come from all over the country. The re-elect- ed The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky dictions, give indications of a landslide to the nreident. Tne Enquirer said Sunday that the "trend continues to favor Wilson," with the president making huge gains in all sections. All indications point to a majority of 100,000 for Wilson in Ohio. ine uerman vote in jnio is repuusu to be swinging almost solidly to Wilson as a result of Roosevelt's attacks and the fact that it is generally believed that he will be the controlling power behind Hughes should the latter happen to be elected. The CanAlliance ton, Ohio, German-America- n composed of 300 members, on Sun- Cincinnati Enquirer's straw vote pre- McRoberts & Bailey Stanford, Kentucky the unaersigned, prohibit hunting of every sort, fishing and (Ads here are 1 cent a wora eacn issue, cash We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any other trespassing upon our property: with order; no ad less than 25c each issue.) case of Catarrh that cannot be cored by Hall's Mrs. Ador, J. Frank Catherine Catarrh Cure. F. 3. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Smith, S. C. Rigsby, Fred Nikula, SALT. Two cars of salt just arF. J. We, the undersigned, have known rived at the old price. Buy now. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him John Hertzog, W. W. Pitman, Zurbrugg. H. Baughman & Co., Stanford. 86-- 2 perfectly honorable In sll business transactions We, Mrs-Arno- STATEMENf LINCOLNiTRUST COMPANY Stanford, Ky., Sept. 12, 1916. for Wilson. day met and publicly denounced both Hughes and Roosevelt and urged all men of German sympathies to vote Many republican papers RESOURCES: Bills, Expenses and Taxes Paid, In Bank, LIABILITIES: $23,136.87 167.98 3,235.49 $26,540.34 $25,000.00 1,468.65 71.69 Capital Stock, Trust Funds, Interest, $26,540.34 ! is tzAn m HJ v. V" JL tA rj T I - in this section are making extravagant predictions and endeavoring to keep up enthusiasm among their followers, when in reality they have no facts on which to back up their claims. Once in a while, though, one has the honesty to tell the true situation. On Monday the New York Telegram, the evening edition of the New York Herald, which are strongly supporting Hughes, conceded that Hughes' campaign managers have been literally stampeded by current political developments indicating President Une article is Wilson's headed "Republicans in panic as campaign nears end." and says: "Although every ettort is being made to conceal the state of feeling that prevails at Republican national headquarters, it is known that the campaign managers are bordering on a panic, and so desperate do they feel today that they are at a loss as to which way to turn. This was the admission of one of the most active members of the Republican National Committee. Committee's Campaign Every preconceived arrangement for the closing of the campaign has had to be changed and the 'S. O. S.' signs that are coming in from every Republican state in the Middle West have the campaign managers in STATE AID FOR STREETS Shelbyville is to receive $4,000 .or $5,000 of state aid road money for improvement of such of its streets as constitute parts of the highway system, for money aloiie can be which, state-ai- d spent. Stanford and Lancaster should apply for such state-ai- d likewise money for improvement of both cities thoroughfares. In both cities the turnpikes change from the state-ai- d which have been reconstructed, to the city streets is very noticeable, and if funds can be obtained from the state road money to be used in putting the city streets in better condition, no time should be lost in applying for it at once. inter-county-se- CENT -A-- WORD ADS How's This? POSTED! ld FOR SALE. Pair of well broken Toledo, Ohio. mules, one of Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting coming each sex. N. J. Cone, Moreland. 86-l- p directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of 75 three-year-old and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. NAT. BANK OF COMMERCE. Office of Headquarters for Best FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE Phone 168 and 45. Stanford, Kyv R. M. NEWLAND A good blue grass farm of from 40 to 100 acres with good improvements. Call or write J. M. Reynolds, Waynesburg, Ky. 8'5-- 6 WANTED. the system. Testimonials sent free. Price cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. ,FOR SALE. 10 good feeding cattle, weigh about 1,025 pounds,, also mules. H. ten two and 84-- tf C. Baughman, Stanford, Ky. three-year-old LOST Ladies gole watch and chain; with name "Ada Gover," engraved on case. Liberal reward for 82-- 4 return to this office. Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, Pictures and Mouldings. W. A. Trib-bl- e, FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, Stanford. 42tf. HI Your Health Life and Death Is .! CV- S- 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 I i depends on the purity of drugs used and the care employed In compounding the prescriptions given you by your doctor. Sometimes it is even a matter of iv, at PLOW POINTS. Bring your Oliver plow points to Anderson's Garage and have them ground. We can Andermake them like new. H. C. 82-son, Stanford, Ky. 4. HI .Muilj.' - -- $''? DON'T let a cold snap catch your coal house empty. Weather's fine for hauling coal now. Better fill your house now. J. H. Baughman & Co., 86-- 2 Stanford, Ky. III was not proving its superiority every day, in all parts of the world. The sturdy, lightweight, economical Ford car, useful to everybody, saving money for everybody at a price within the reach of everybody. Runabout $345; Touring Car, $360; Town Car, $595, f. o. b., Detroit. H. C. ANDERSON HI I the best and frailest we can buy. We use the utmost care in compound' tng all prescriptions, as your doctor will tell you. It is a matter of conscience with us. Our stock of drugs f THE LINCOLN PHARMACY, Stanford, Ky. NEW COATS For LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky FOR Heaters, Stoves, Ranges Coal Hods, Grate Guards, Shovels and Tongs, Lard Cans, Etc., See Us and Save Money . GEORGE H. FARRIS FOR SALE. Eight nice steers, county will weigh from 850 to 900 pounds; majority and Lincoln bull. must keep step with the procession. and a big black, D. 1, Stanford, on Every democrat should be on his J. A. Carter, R. 86-- 1 toes this last week of the campaign. Crab Orchard pike. See your neighbors who are satisfied with peace and prosperity and insist Farm For Sale on them going to the polls is next Tuesday. It's vitally important. FRIDAY, NOV. 10, 1916 23 acres, more or less on Liberty Hustonville, The Louisville Herald, formerly pike, one-ha- lf land,mile from water, new plenty of Ky. Good Bull Moose became rampantly Rebarns, fairly good publican in the present campaign. tobacco and stock This place goes to five-roohouse. The sworn statement of the Reubli-ca- n and possession committee shows the Herald re- the highest bidderAlso 50 shocks of given January 1st. ceived some $600 for advertising and fodder, 50 bales of hay and one $3,000, for subscriptions. stack of hay. Sale begins at 2 P. M., on premises, vyilliaiyh oc oj,n- 8b-- d ANAN, Hustonville, Ky. Suspension of about 50 county newspapers due to the increased Nice Farm For Sale price of print paper was predicted by C. S. Clark, of the Western News126 acres, I paper Union, in a speech before the two will asell my farm of and half miles northeast of Eu Bluegrass Publishers and Printers' lime stone land, level Association, organized Friday at Lex bank; it is good rolling; seven good .gently and ington. cottage; good springs; good five-roooutbuildings; good orchard. This is a Commenting upon United States fine stock farm. I will also sell crop Senator J. . W. Beckham's speech at and stock and a stock of goods at Mayf ield last week, Colonel Jim Lem- same place, that will invoice $1,200 on, editor of the Messenger, said: or $1,500. Price on farm is $4,000. C. A. WELLS, Waynesburg, Ky. "Senator Beckham improves in wis82-5' dom and stability as the years go by, R. F. D. 3. and if he has had any political en emies in the past in Graves county they are nearly all gone. To make a very long story short, he received-thbest of attention by all who were present, and left here conscious' of the fact that he had strenghtened the Democratic enthusiasm of Graves county, believing that our slogan, REMEDYFORMEN. l'5,000votes for Wilson,' will be ac AT YOUR DRUGGIST. old-timthree-year-old m m p. e All over the country it looks like a landslide to Wilson. Kentucky is e certain to give him a rousing ESTRAY One hog, color red and white, barrow, weight 75 or 100 pounds. Came to my place Oct. 25th. Owner can get same by paying for W. this ad and for keeping same. G.85-2 Goodrich, R. D. 1, Stanford, Ky. Ford Agent for Lincoln County Storage, Repairs, Tires, Accessories Phone 203 j I I TRY OUR NEW COOKING UTENSILS W. H. HIGGINS Groceries, Field Seeds, T. D. Newland & Son, Opposite the Phone' No. 168. Court-Hous- e, Stanford, Kentucky. , complished." (The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, October, 31, 1916 District Woman's Club To Hold Annual Session As Guests . The First National Bank of ; STANFORD, KENTUCKY . T. K. Tudor was at Brodhead Monday. Lucien Burnam, of Richmond, was here a short time Monday. Mrs. E. C. Moore, of Libertly, is the guest of Mrs. Ed. Wilkinson. Miss Marie Ballard spent Saturday at Lancaster with homefolks. Miss Mary Walden Gooch was in Lancaster Monday for the day. Mrs. Claude Walton, of Richmond, has returned home after a visit to Here Saturday The annual meeting of the Woman's Club, of the Eighth District will be held in Stanford next Saturday, Nov. 4. The sessions will be held in the Circuit Court room at 10 A. M., to 4 P. M. Mrs. J. Q. A. McDowell, of Danville, is district chairman. Mrs. Morris Bartlett, of Larwrenceburg, and other state officers are expected. The following chairmen will be present: Education Mrs. Chas. Weaver, of Louisville ; Conservation Miss Amanda Rhodes, of Danville; Home Economics Dean Sweeney, of Lexington; Social Hygiene Mrs. A. M. Harrison, of Lexington. The following district chairmen or their representatives will be present: Suffrage Mrs. Lillard; Civics Mrs. Vance Rawson; Philanthrophy Mrs. J. R. Spilman; Music Mrs. Shebly; Illiteracy Miss Wood. Miss Burch, chairman of the reception committee, is in receipt of the following names of towns that will represented r Berea, Harrodsburg, Danville, Junction City, Lancaster, Lawrenceburg, Nicholasville, Richmond, Shelbyville and Crab Orchard. All club members are urged to" be present and a cordial invitation is extended to all who are interested to attend these meetings. Luncheon for the delegates and club members will be served at the Princess from 12:30 to 2 P. M. relatives and friends here. '7 kt ' FF is a member of Mrs. Sam Raines, who is visiting here from Liberty, went to Lancas- ter Monday. The Kentucky Bankers' Association of The American Bankers' Association i Mr. Green, of Bloomfield, was the week end guest of Miss Antoinette .. i and of The Federal Reserve Bank Gnnstead. Mr. and Mrs. George Kiser left Monday morning for their home at Winchester. C. R. Coleman was here from Cary, Bell county with his family for sever al days. Miss Cora Nunnelley, of near Hustonville, will leave this week for Washington, D. C, were she will at tend school. Mrs. Mildred Beazley, of Lancaster, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Will Hays and son, J. L. Beazley. Mrs. Virgil Lee and little daugh ter, returned to their home at Harlan, Saturday after a visit to her brother, E. D. Pennington and family and While it is old in years, it is modern in business, and solicits your bank account. Personal and Social visit to relatives. Nov. 1 The C. W. B. M. will meet Mrs. J. B. Paxton attended the at 2:30 in the afternoon in the lec- Walker Burton nuptials in Lancasture room of the Christian. Mrs. C. E. ter Saturday evening. Tate, Sec. Mis Pattie Alcorn returned TuesNov. 2. The Rook Club will meet day from a visit to Mrs. P. E. Kemp with Mrs. R. M. Newland, Thursday at Louisvile. afternoon. Mrs. W. H. Rigney and daughter, Nov. 3. Mrs. Lucy Miller Bartley Miss Ella Rigney, of near Hustonville will entertained at Rook at 2:30. were in town Saturday. Nov. 4 Eighth District ConvenMesdames J. H. Cockings, and Hartion of Woman's Club meets in Cir- vey Hopkins, of McKinney, were in cuit room at 10 A. M. to 4 P. M. town a short time Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Perkins have reRev. W. H. Hopper, of Louisville, turned home from Garrard county, joined his wife and baby here, at the where they visited friends and relahome of his mother, Mrs. Kitty Hop- tives. per Tuesday. Mrs. Frazure and Miss John Mr. and Mrs. Dan Breck of Rich- Eva Hilton, of Hurt Orchard, have Crab mond, spent Sunday here with Mr. been the guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Tribble. and Mrs. J. H. Hilton. Maurice Bruce will leave this week for Perryville, where he will accept "Gefs-lf- " a position with the telephone company. ! News has been received here from Jacksonville, Fla., that J. R. Beazley, There's Nothing' on Earth Like It who has been ill with malaria fever is better. For Corns and Calluses. Mrs J. W. Long has returned "Whenever you set corns and calfrom Garrard county, after a visit to luses, don't experiment Just use -GETS IT" and nothing else. EasHouse her daughter, iest and simplest thins I know tons -. and other relatives. just a fe.w: drops on in, a Xew secMrs. J. G. Weatherford has returned home from Birmingham, Ala., Wear Use where she has been the guest of rela"Gets-It- " Shoes tives and friends. Tonight That Fit Mrs. Howard Ummethun and little son, Adrian, of Louisville, visited her uncle, W. H. Wearen and family here Sunday. Mrs. Nell Goode and three children have returned to their home at Indianapolis, Ind., after a visit to her father, Dink Farmer and family. Messrs. Stewart and Wm. Carson, Strother Carter, Harvey Wilkinson and Clifford Willis, attended a dance at Lebanon last Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. T.T. Martin and little Miss Ruth Eckery, of Lexington, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hocker here early this week. does the rest" The onds "GETS-IT- " W. L. Moore, editor of the Repubway is to bundle up your toes in. old lican, of Williamsburg, Whitley counbandages, use salves harnesses and ty, visited S. B. Staniford, near Mcrings that make toes raw. cotton knives that jnakeyour corns and Kinney, on business Saturday. "diggers" that tear your heart out Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Menefee and and leave the corn in. No wonder they make you limp and wince. Forget all J. N. Menefee, Jr., spent Sunday at these; use "GETS-IT,- " the simplest Harrodsburg, the guests of Mr. and corn remedy in the world, easiest to Mrs. Sam Castello. use. never fails or sticks, painless. Your corn loosens, then you lift it off. You Mrs. Alice VanArsdale, of Louiscan wear smaller shoes. ville, is here at the bedside of her "GETS-IT- " is sold and recommendsister, Mrs. Joe Goode, who is quite ed Dy druggists everywhere, 25c a bottle, or sent on receipt of price, by ill. E.Iawrence & Co.. Chicago. 111. Miss Liccie Holtzclaw, of the facSold in Stanford and recommend- ulty of the Richmond High School, ed as the world's best corn remedy spent Saturday and Sunday with her by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The grandfather, W. H. Underwood and Penny Drug Store. family, near Hubble. Mrs. James Mershon, oft Lebanon Junction, was here Saturday on a other relatives here. Mrs. Annie Engleman and Miss Sue Taylor Engleman went to Williamsburg Saturday to be the guests for several days of Mrs. J. B. Snyder. John Hanson and son, Carl Hanson of Hansonville, Va., returned home Monday after a visit to his brother, W. D. Hanson and family near More-lan- Heard About lown cancer. Mrs. John Lay, of the Geneva uf the county, is '.ry iow with A. A. Russell, a well known resident of Shelby City, sold a nice house and lot there last week to Mitchell King; for $875. Harry Jacobs, the monument man, sold .TlldcP J. P Rnilov n nrtd. pound Barre granite monument to be erected on the Bailey family lot in the Hustonville cemetery. Mrs. Cleo Brown has been very sick part of the week. Miss Onie Silvers has been assisting in the post office during her illness. Mt. Vernon Signal. In order to facilitate the handling of freight cars of which there is such a shortage on all railroads, the L. & N. is taking "empties" to loading points on passengers trains, in (X 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 d. Never Fails for Corns Mrs. J. C. Reynolds and little daughter, Bernice May, have returned home from the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith at Maysville, where they have been for several months. Mrs. W. T. Davis, returned to her home at Pineville Saturday after a visit to her brothers, Messrs, W. L. J. M. and Dr. McCarty here Mrs. Davis is convalescent from a lengthy illness and is just now beginning to feel herself again. Among the friends and loved ones who came here Saturday for the funeral of J. C. Elmore were Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Elmore, of Paris, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Elmore and two children of Etowah, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Carrier, of Louisville, Miss Peyton Elmore, of Louisville, Clyde Elmore, of Jellico, Tenn., Mrs. Cora Elmore and daughter, of Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mahoney and daughter, of Jellico, Mr. and Mrs. Menefee Elmore, of Preachersville, his widow and her two daughter, Misses Lizzie Ada Leigh, of Chattanooga, and Tenn. 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. Lewis A. Crossett, Inc. vs. V . North AbingtQD, Mast. some cases. All the, employes of the Courier-Jo- b Printing Company will receive a voluntary increase of 5 per cent in salaries the 1st of December. John Buchanan, formerly of Crab Orchard, is secretary of the company. Two gave handsome Mrs.-Robe- rt NEW ILLS COME WITH PROSPERITY Nervous Indigestion Alarmingly contributions to the Democratic National campaign. They were former Gov. Davir R. Francis and Breckinridge Jones, of St. Louis. Each gave $5,000. News from Memphis, is to the effect that L. Wearen Hughes has made a successful recovery from the spell of typhoid fever, through which he went, which will be good news to his many friends here. Crossett Shoe Walk Easy "Makes Cites MAV TRA9C Prevalent Everywhere. DUE TO BREAK-NEC- K LIVING Tanlac Health Expert Describes Symp- pop-eye- d, Always Use I 1 High Class STATIONERY to Create a Good . yW (J1 j C JklL )&&L itv? -- IJV'HtIF iLwil Impression A ySvlllil vfrPt'Ill The Very Latest Styles It's an old, old saying that tine people you write to often judge you by your stationery. And there is a great deal of truth in the fact that stationery can be so chosen as to reflect the best of judgment and taste. Stationery suitable for one occasion may be entirely out of place for another. Then, too, the styles in stationery change the same as styles in clothing. To be sure that your stationery is right for all purposes, always buy it here. The Penny Drug Store E. R.COLEMAN, Proprietor. PHONE NO. 2 STANFORD, KY. l man we got, Woodrow Wilson, aint so bad on the eight hour business bad and he's the first man that didn't Wall eight hours does look pntty bad run the whole place as soon as he to a man that never worked any but.. took his seat always on the job Bill it looks awful good to the roan early and late, and never caught nap-pi- that's working hard, its all view indigestion, due to the mod-erNervous It true he won't burn his fingers point see. Well, I must be goin Bill break-nec- k speed of living, has bethings hav changed since Hec was pullin chestnuts out of the fire for come alarmingly prevalent everysome parties and won't mov the line a pup the Democratic party aint. where. fence over on a poor nabor says just the bones and sinews like it used. This statement by the Tanlac health he'll quit his job first but with him to be its the brains too, since Wood- expert has created much comment. we have had the best crops, got the row took a hand and so I aint for most for 'em and he's fixed it so turning Woodrow off right now not He continued: when we put the money in the bank until thes crops gathered and I get "I have never seen a time when we can git it out agin and a little the money Mebbe not then. there seemed to be so many cases of more if we need it and whenever nervous indigestion among men and there's a little row among the boys women in all walks of life. he settles it without a fight and withHere Are Symptoms. out makin worse. Mr. Hews, though : "The symptoms are extreme irritawants all the boys to carry a gun and bility, nervousness, loss of appetite, Mr. Rusevilt says: "Yes two pistols sleeplessness, and an almost uncon- If Cross, Feverish, Sick, Bilious, Give and a gun." My that's pretty strong fur a peaceable community and Mr. querable restlessness. Everything the Fruit Laxative At Hews says these big crops we're victim eats disagrees with him. There raisin is ruinin the country and Once the pains in the abdomen and palpitaWoodrow does is plum tion of the heart. Such cases are usuwrong and so does Mr. Rusevilt, if IN BED MOST OF TIME ally accompanied by constipation. Every mother realizes, after giving Woodrow takes a horse out to work "I attribute the prevalence of this they say he oughtu take a mule and trouble to the fast pace at which both her children "California Syrup of if he takes a mule they say he oughtu men and women are forcing them- Figs," that this is their ideal laxative, take a horse and if Woodrow milks Her Health Restored byLydia selves to live. Everybody is engaged because they love its pleasant taste a cow on both sides they say she'll E. Pinkham's Vegetable in a wild scramble for wealti during and it thoroughly cleanses the tender go dry if he don't milk her from beWoodrow won't do that. They Compound. this high tide of prosperity. little stomach, liver and bowels with- hind. desperit anxious to have Wood-ro- w seem "The will power can drive the hu- out griping. fired When cross, irritable, feverish or gathered. before the present crop man machine just so far, but there is Indianapolis, Indiana. "My health a limit. The health breaks down all breath is bad, stomach sour, look at Mr. Hughes don't claim to have ex- was so poor and my constitution so run the tongue, Mother! If coated, give a at once and the victim is miserable perience but says Mr. Rusevilt a down that I could and unhappy just half sick. Life teaspoonful of this harmless "fruit big reputation as a leader. Hehas was laxative," and in a few hours all the not work. I was loses all its zest. foul, constipated waste, sour bile and the man that led the Progressives an thin, pale and weak, How Tanlac Helps. undigested food passes out of the when they stampeded, he led them weighed but 109 "I have had hundreds of people call bowels, and you have a well, playful around to where they started and pounds and was in en me describing just such symptoms. child again. When its little system is gathered up all the stray loose stock bed most of the They try Tanlac, and in a week or so full of cold, throat sore, has stomach- they come across. Mr. Hews also says time. I began takMr. Rusevilt is perticuler h-- and can most of them tell me that it is helping ache, diarrhoea, indigestion, colic ing Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's good "inside cleansing" sterminate the Hessian fly. Now them to 'get on their feet again.' Tan remember, a Vegetable lac was specially designed to relieve should always be the first treatment Woodrow don't pretend to sterminate 'em, he just keep cool, aint in no Compound and five conditions resulting from nervous in- given. Millions of mothers keep "Califor- rush to sow his wheat and flies of no months later I digestion and kindred complaints. nia Syrup of Figs" handy they know kind cut much ice with him. The only weighed 133 pounds. Everywhere it has been Introduced it a teaspoonful today saves a sick crop Mr. Rusevilt raises is cain it I do all the house has had wond3rful success." child tomorrow. Ask your druggist wont do f er I see the cinch bugs agin work and washing for eleven and I can bottle of "California it and workins fer Woodrow. for a Lydia E. Pinkham's VegSyrup of Figs," which has directions Now Mr. Hews has got some of the truthfully say etable Ct jpound has been a godsend Tanlac is sold exclusively in Stan- for babies, children of all ages and wimmen to think they oughtu wear printed on the bottle. Be- whiskers and that they will look well to me for I would have been in my grave ford at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. grown-up- s ware of counterfiets sold here, so in em and that pitchin hay is jest as today bu for it. I would tell all wo.Coleman, proprietor. don't be fooled. Get the genuine, easy as sowin on buttons. Wall, a few men suffering as I was to try your valuTanlac can now be obtained in fol- made by "California Fig Company." whiskers may be all right I've got able rem2dy." Mrs. Wm. Green, 332 lowing nearby cities: Morelarfd, Abem myself, but thank goodness the S. Addiscn Street, Indianapolis.Indiana. wimmen aint got'em. Bill, thar aint FARMER CORNTASSEL SAYS Minks Hustonville, Adams raham There is hardly a neighborhood in this but one cause for wimmen suffridge country, wherein some woman has not Ellis-bur- g, Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Farmer Corntassel came into the and that's Now Wood-ro- w using this good W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, cross roads store and after buying a believes in the little children goin found health by root and herb remedy. Rob-bin- s; smoking tobacco, lighted his to school and not robbin 'em of thir Lyne Bros.; Brodhead, John sack of If there is anything about which you childhood to say nuthin of their robLancaster, R. E. McRoberts; pipe and remarked: pay would like special advice, write to the Bill, you notis I for my bin thir manhood and womanhood g, Bee Lick, J. Reynolds & Son; Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, now don't yer?" After a few and so do I. W. A. Horton. puffs he added: "Bill this new head- - They thought they had got him in Mass. n. n i toms of Rapidly Spreading Malady and Explains New Treatment Which Is Having Wonderful Success Wherever Introduced. Squire C.'L. Hensley has returned from Petersburg and Lexington to his home at King's Mountain, in time to vote for Woodrow Wilson next Tuesday. Squire Hensley is a democrat of the old school and does not know how to scratch a ticket. Charles Boone, who went to Belgrade, Mont., last March has returned to his home near Highland and has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Boone. He liked the country there very well, but said is was a great deal too cold. Mr. Boone has prospects of a nice position in Detroit, which he may soon leave to accept. Harris Coleman, left guard on the University of Virginia football team ran by home on his way from Nashville back to Charlottesville Sunday. Vanderbilt trimmed Virginia 28 to 6 at Nashville Saturday, the Virginia boys lacking very much of having the great team of which Coleman was captain last season. . Priced $6 to $10 U ROBINSON'S A Child's Tongue Shows If Liver Or Bowels Are Active WIFE TOO ILL TO WORK H 50-ce- nt old-fashio- tu-bac- Way-nesbur- I Page Four The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, October, 31, 1916. Sheriff J. L. Smith, of Shelby Junction City county, has purchased from C. L. Walters 246 acres of land on the Prof, and Mrs. E. L. Grubbs were Simpsonville and Antioch pike, adat .Sycamore on North Rolling Fork joining the place now owner by Mr. Saturday to the Boyle County Smith, for $.20,400. Teachers Association. Some ten Near Brodhead Sam Maharg sold a teachers four-acr- e tract of land to I. B. Chest- tendents and their County Superinwere there to hear !j I For Infants and Children. nut for $400. This land is across the good speeches and partake of the the country road from Mr. Maharg's adjoins the farm of Mr. well cooked and tempting chicken farm and M. Kind You Have Chestnut's father and is very valu- cakes, pies, salad etc., that Mrs.TayT. Overstreet, Mrs. Powar, Mrs. able. Wakefield & Jesse,of Shelbyville, lor, Mrs. Minor and other patrons shipped U G. A. Turpin, at Ameri-cu- s, who assisted Miss Sidney Powar, the the visiting Ga., a carload of yearling Short- teacher to entertain Poynter, C. Prof. ALCOHOL 3 PRP rpm horn heifers, at $50 each, and a car teachers. Prof. T. James Sharpe, of Clarence Adams, load of horses and mules. The mules brought an average of $215 and the Perryville, Misses Elsie Alstott, Floswere horses were sold at prices ranging sie Whitehouse and Mary Minor Prof. (lie S toiolis andJJowels of some of the teachers present. from $100 to $125. T. C. Poynter did his share of enterD. M. Cress, the hustling young taining the audience and Mrs. Jenstock trader of the Level Green sec- nie C. Grubb presented the advantion, sold last week to John Cress of tages Canning Clubs. Prof. Adams Promotes DfeesKonfcafiiI-Preachersville, 638 geese. This is spoke ofof the advantages of the probably the largest bunch of geese country boys over the city boys. nessandRest.ContaInsneiiter ever sold and delivered at one time Prof. Grubbs gave a few words about Opiinu.Morp!iiiic norMoEraL county. Mt. Vernon the importance of suitable play in Rockcastle WOT NARCOTIC. Signal. grounds for pupils at school. Miss Senator R. L. Hubble bought a Lydia Lewis made several good talks ,aa ecveoOUDsSMJELimmi couple of nice mare of importance to teachers and used k A mr JfaplaaSivdm mules in Pulaski county last week, a Victrola to make music for those one from a man named Stewart and present. Mrs. Keith of the Danville the other from a Mr. Hawkins, pay- school came with Miss Lewis. Miss ing $150 for one and $165 for the Aubrey Chinn, of Lexington, who ffimSraf- other. Senator Hubble shipped direct made such a fine impression here to the Cincinnati market a load of during our Chautauqua, with Mrs. 102 hogs that averaged 175 pounds. Jennie C. Grubbs visited White Oak, AnnrfectRemedv forConsfisaOne of the best wheat sales ever and Chestnut Grove schools Wednesvr At made in Hardin county was complet- day and Thursday in the interest of 1!nn .SmrrSlnmarh-DlanilCEl- l .....,-.- -, ., 3 ed last week when the Glendale Canning Clubs. Vvonns,CoiivttlsionsA'CTensnMill and Elevator Co., sold 2,000 busMrs. Ella Baughman, of Moreland andLOSS orSIEEP. Hi iibss I'k hels to Bingham, Hewitt Grain Co., will address the local W. C. T. U. at per the Christian church Sunday night 2 TicSinab Signature of of Louisville, for $1.72 bushel The purchaser wanted 8,000 and everybody invited to hear her. more bushels at the same price, but Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Singleton, the Glendale company declined the of Moreland, Mrs. Snyder and Mrs. Compass; j The Centaur offer. ElizabethtownNews. guests of of Lexington, tVT'S NEW YORK. In Marion county Jesse Mann, who Irwin,and Mrs. Dow were -(VL nmn i' Singleton last Mr. mimrn t Miii in i recently sold his farm to Mrs. John Peterson, purchased the G. M. Estes week. up Rev. farm on the Barbour's Mill pike, east with a Bruce McDonald was laid and bad foot Friday night The farm contains 138 of Lebanon. K&O Guaranteed underthetoooa? acres and the price paid for it by could not deliver his address to the Mr. Mann was $66 per acre, or $9,1 crowd which assembled at the Crys-tTheatre. He will continue to raise 108. Mr. Mann also purchased 50 Exact Copy of Wrapper. THE CENTAUR COMPANY, HEW YORK CITY. acres of land from Lee Cochran. It by subscription money to pay for the mw.iisKjisi joins the farm bought from Mr. Es- school piano. Mrs. Sewell has moved from the tes. The price paid was $72.50 per Cosby cottage to Mrs. Gordon's acre. on Thomas of Clark G. of the firm Farm and Stock News ning E. Manning,Turnersville, of Man- bought the Proctor, H. Croxtoncounty, propertyFrank White Oak street. Mr. Ward, of McRoberts, farm Joseph refused Bros., of of 157 2 acres on the Lexington and Mr. Kilgallin, of the Q. & C. R. 'J. B. Wade, of the Walnut Flat $3.50 for his corn in the field. pike at public sale last week at $189.-9- 5 R. telegraph staff, were here this section bought of James Breedlove, a E. W. Leigh, of Hustonville, is per acre. The Winchester Sun week to see two of the finest girls in sow and 11 pigs for $35. getting in 35 barrels of corn he en- says that the sale was one of the best Kentucky. Shanks & Myers of this city sold gaged of Bony Brown some time ago that has ever been held in Clark Mr. Thomas Blankenship is now this week to John B. Anderson, of county. The eleven tracts of land just employed at the bakery. the Preachersville section, a fancy Mr. J. M. Keane has kindly volunJohn Alfred Proctor, who recently out side of the city limits of WinchesPoll Angus bull a year old, for $90. sold his farm and store at Quail and ter, were sold at an average of $177 teered to coach our brass band as Ike Phillips, on the Crab Orchard left with his family for Colorado, has per acre. The highest price was ob- Mr. eWaver has resigned. pike, delivered to T. W. Jones last returned to old Kentucky and is now tained for a five acre tract fronting Mr. Elmer Sharpe became a Knight on the Lexington pike which went to of the Maccabees week 40 hogs that averaged 180 located in Crab Orchard. last Thursday pounds at $8.60. Col. R. H. Crow, of near Shelby the high price of $200 per acre. The night. J. W. Rochester, delivered to T. W. City, sold to Tom Baldwin, Jr., of lowest price per acre was $100. The Mrs. W. T. Kelley was very ill Jones last week a bunch of 75 hogs Richmond early this week five choice cattle which were offered sold around Tuesday, but was better at last rewhich had been engaged some time steers that averaged 1,055 pounds at the figure of $6 per hundred anda ports. corn back at $8 a hundred. The porkers $7.25. They were black steers and per crop of 65 acres sold at $2.50 Mr. J. Linnie McDonald and his shock. averaged 150 pounds. nice ones. estimable family moved to Danville Lawson & Brown, of Lancaster, Livestock men of Louisville, Cinlast Friday. LIVE STOCK MARKETS bought from Ed Perkins, of the Mar-cell- cinnati and Indianapolis are comOctober so far has had 3.48 inches Hogs Receipts Cincinnati section Monday 35 head of plaining to the Interstate Commerce slow; packers and butchers $9.-7- 5 of rain. hogs that averaged 250 pounds, at Commission of excessive rates on Mrs. Brady and sister, Mrs. Price 10.10; common to choice $7.25 stock or feeder cattle hogs and sheep opened up a millinery shop in 9.40; pigs and lights $6.509.30; have Mary Mrs. W. P. Rigsby of Garrard, purchas- in carloads. Burke's store. stare Sfi.50fffi8.50. Cattle Receiots Policeman Joe Bonta had quite an ed the P. J. Hill farm in Rockcastle Marion Tolliver, of the Waynes-bur- g H$,100; steady; steers $5.008.50; from A. J. Bailey last week, and will section, bought a couple of nice cows $3.ou(g)t.-00- ; exciting time Saturday with a hobo soon begin the erection of a residence calves last week; one from Arch heilers !J4.5U(a)7.UU; calves steady; $4.0011.00. from the C. & S. railroad and some on it, with the view of moving to it. Meade for $10. and the other from Sheep Receipts 600; steady; $3.00 local negroes, but he cleared the them. Forest Stapp, of Garrard, sold to John Reese for which he paid $20. 6.75; lambs steady; $6.5010.50. town ofErnest Ford met with the C. Rev. Lawson & Brown, the big cattle buy- Mr. Tolliver lives in the Fishing E. Society at 6:30 Sunday evening ers, of Lancaster, a couple of loads Creek section. when an interesting program was of fat steers that averaged 1,285 M. J. Hoffman, of .Williamsburg, No Indigestion, Gas, rendered. Miss Georgia Lafevers, the pound at from $6 to $6.50 a hundred. was here the latter part of the week, Or Stomach Misery president led. Murphy, one of our looking after the rebuilding of J. C. Mann and G. A. Goatley, of and Miss Emily Marion county, sold 150 acres of the barn which burned down on his In Five Minutes four Senior School girls was unable their 200 acre farm on CisselFs river farm near Moreland a few months to attend school Thursday and Fripike to Mrs. John Peterson. The price ago. Mr. Hoffman has rented the day on account of indisposition. coming years to Bur-ke-tt farm for the was paid $90 per acre, or $13,500. Mr. R. C. Curd, of Cravensville, 'Tape's Diapepsin" For Sour, Acid Brothers, of Moreland. He has Tom Baldwin, Jr., of Madison Pa., and Mrs. J. C. Curd, of Dancounty, sold to J. Fox Dudderar, of about 300 acres in the place. Heartburn, Stomach, ville are visting Mrs. K. R. Kelley. Rowland, here early in this week, At the T. M. Marple sale at his Mrs. Ella Johnson has returned Dyspepsia five registered Angus cows for $250 farm on the Springfield pike about home after a visit to her daughter, and an extra fine registered heifer three miles north of Lebanon, brood Mrs. A. E. Thompson in Lebanon for $100. mares brought from $60 to $107.50; Time It! In five minutes all stom- Junction.Sunday J. K. Baughman, of near More-lan- yearling mules, $50 to $60; work Next the 29th is Orphan's sold to J. E. Wright, of the mules, $160 to $185; cows, $35 to ach distress will go. No indigestion, Home at the Christian church. West End, a couple of jacks last $85; corn in field, 70 cents to 89 heartburn, sourness or belching of Mr. James Minor and family are week at $100 each. To B. G. Fox, of cents per bushel. Eighty-fiv- e head of gas, acid, or eructations of undigest- once more residents of our city. They Danville, Mr. Baughman and his son Poland China hogs, consisting of sevoccupy the Steinberger property. Henry, sold five suckling mule colts, eral males and a lot of nice gilts and ed food, no dizziness, bloating, foul Mrs. Jack Boothe and granddaughter, Miss Jennie Barksdale of four mares and a horse, at $80 each. brood sows, brought good prices. The breath or headache. To W. H. Shanks, of the city, he sold farm of 207 acres was withdrawn at Pape's Diapepsin is noted for its Chattanooga, Tenn., are guests of a fancy Angus bull at a fancy price. $84 per acre, or $17,388. speed in regulating upset stomachs. friends here. Mr. Lee building a ne It is the surest, quickest and most store room Harmon is City. at Shelby certain indigestion remedy in the We are glad to state that L. T whole world, and besides it is harm- Rankin has returned to the Cumberland Wholesale House after an ill less. lil-- ii """Millions of men and women now ness of over a week. Miss Willie Armstrong, of Parks-vill- e eat their favorite foods without fear has canned 252 cans of tomaKy., Sept. 21, 1916. Stanford, they know Pape's Diapepsin will toes for sale; 526 for home use and cans of blackberries this season. To The Public: save them from any stomach misery. 69 Mrs. Mary McChord is soon to imPlease, for your sake, get a large prove her property at Shelby City we take fifty-ceis with pleasure case of Pape's Diapepsin old Dr. ' from any drug store and put your and build a new house on the Insurance Co. stomach right. Don't keep on being Hunn site, which she recently purthis method of thanking the miserable life is too short you are chased. Oneita Shewmaker, of More-lanMiss D. Wearen, The Insurso make your stay not here long, and their agent, Jesse spent the week end with Miss agreeable. Eat what you like and di- Mavme Wilkinson. Ky., for the satisfactory regest it; enjoy it, without dread of ance Man, Stanford, November 19th will be American bellion in the stomach. Mc-Kinne- y, School day of our Fire Loss at your Mission and Bible will give anand the Pape's Diapepsin belongs in and liberal settlement enterChristian church home anyway. Should one of the fam- tainment for the occasion. ily eat something which don't agree Lincoln county, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Fox, Jr.. and with them, or in case of an attack of family, of Danville, were at D. B. indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis or Fox's for the week end. Very truly, stomach derangement at daytime or Mrs. James G. Blaine entertained during the night, it is handy to give the Embroidery Club last Thursday. R. H. & C. M. ANINCH. the quickest, surest relief known. 86 E. L. Grubbs will take subscriptions for the Stanford Interior Journal and the Danville Messenger at $1.50 each for a year. Wheat has crone to $1.80. delivered; corn to $3.75 to $4, delivered; flour at $9 per barrel: Irish potatoes, meat, cheese and almost all FOR SALE things to eat have taken wings, but wages for the poor laborer, preachers, telephone ouerators and school 8 rooms, 2 halls; splendid garden, etc; 1 mile from FOR SALE. 70 acres; 35 acres new; teachers are still the same, though under all the house; hot court house. Price $1,400.00. in cultivation; balance in timber; cellar comthe work has increased with the good houss, barn, etc; well water- water heat; 2 bath rooms house; FOR SALE. 189 acres; price of food stuff. house; cellar, cistern, 2 tobacco church. plete; 3 squares from court ed; close to school and sold at once. 1 stock barn; 1 cow barn; bargain if barns; Price $1,200. unimprov- FOR SALE. 50 acres situated in 2 cribsinand other buildings; 120 NICE FARM FOR FOR SALE. 80 acres, blue grass, balance in of the Blue Grass section; acres SALE PRIVATELY ed land, 3 miles from Stanford, heartlimestone soil in excellent cultivation, in heart of Blue Grass on turnpike rich limestone soil rich of cultivation. Will be sold section; 5 miles from Stanford on in .excellent rotate of cultivation. state bargain. turnpike. Price $95 per acre. I will sell privately my farm of at a Price $75 per acre. 50 acres, located half way between SALE. 188 acres; 8"room Easy terms. FOR Hall's Gap and Ottenheim on good FOR SALE. 106 acres; house; large barn; concrete silo; FOR SALE. 45 acres; county road. The place contains a house; 2 bams, etc. Well water- fencing all new; good community; house; 1 stock barn; 1 new todwelling house; splendidly watered acres in cultivation, bal- all in grass. Price $75 per acre. bacco barn; young orchard; well ed; 38 by a big everlasting spring; land is ance in grass; 5 miles from Stan- Terms easy. This watered; all new fencing. nearly all cleared up and in good conford. Price $50 per acre. is A-- l land and will grow hemp, FOR SALE. Two story, dition. Will also sell a good mule large barn; tobacco, corn, etc. Price $4,500. team, 12 head of cattle, including 6 FOR SALE. Modern residence; frame dwelling; good milk cows, 15 hogs, farming implements; a lot of feed, etc. See Lincoln Nat. Bank Bldg., 26 or write ALEX ARNOLD, Waynes- 86-4- t. burg, Ky. R. D. 1. CASTORIA PUBLIC SALE TTU Farm, Stock and Crops The Always Bought 1 Saturday, Nov. at 10:00 o'clock, A. M. 11,-- '16 AVegclabkRcpaFaitaiBrAs-similalingiheFootfanJIfegiila-lui- Bears the msttmsmMZ Signature 1 g of MK 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 One pair mare mules, extra good. One old horse mule. Four cows, Three extra good weanling calves, ar- five-year-o- ld Etc: In - Use Ninety-eig- ht - For Over 1-- extra good ewes, Eight hundred bales of hay, Two thoroughbred Southdown bucks, Ten stacks of hay, Thirty-fou- r hogs, One hundred bales of straw, wagon, One Lot of corn and other feed. 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. two-horse extra steers, One thoroughbred Duroc sow and eight pigs, One corn planter, new, One new wheat drill, One new McCormack Mowing chine, ma-Elev- en i Thirty Years J. J. ALLEN, JAS. F. BAKER, J. G. WEATHERFORD JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. corresponding of the Southern Baptist Sunday school Board, R. L. Parks, 45, manager of the Convention Continental Hotel at Pineville, is 'died in Nashville, Tenn. That the Deutschland, as well as dead. submarines, MissAnnie Hardin and Ruel Eads, the Bremen, German of Taylor county married at Leban- has been listed as either catured or sunk, was reported in Geneva. on. C. McKee, 57 year old, and Miss P. Dollie Ramsey, were married at the High School News courthouse here October 25. The Pineville Water Company has Miss Elizabeth Farra, of State been indicted on a charge of furnishing polluted and disease producing University, is at the head of the Domestic Science department. She is water. Elbert Peace, 15 years old, trying making this course one that will be a to walk to Harlan, had a leg cut off credit to the school. She has suggestat Gray's while trying to board a ed that the Senior girls make their freight train. graduation dresses. This would be an Central University defeated Ken- honor to the girls and to the school tucky Wesleyan of Winchester, 111 to 0 at Danville Friday. Sam Embry, of Stanford, played right end for the St. Asaph Hotel For Sale victors, and was easily a star. L. Tom Stewart, 55, died at his In order to settle the estate of E. home near Wildie last week. He is survived by three children, three sis- C. Jordan, deceased, the undersigned executor ters and four brothers. He was a privately of his will, offers for sale the St. Asaph Hotel. This is prominent Mason. the only regular hotel in the City of deWilliam Jennings Bryan will liver the opening address at the an- Stanford, Kentucky, a city of about nual convention of the Intercollegiate 2,000 population, and it furnishes Prohibition Association, which is to one of the best openings in the State meet at the University of Kentucky, of Kentucky for the hotel business. This hotel is in first class condition December 28-3High Shcool football in every respect, and consists of a Somerset's y brick building; containing team defeated the best high school team in Chattanooga 46 toO. These thirty rooms, all well equipped with Pulaski county lads seem destined to hotel furniture and fixtures, and win the high school championship of well supplied with water and electric the state and south, which their many lights by the Stanford Water and Light Company, and is heated friends here hope they will do. The fifteenth triennial assembly throughout with steam heat. Also has of the General Grand Chapter of the a garage on the same lot, and both Order ofthe Eastern Star began its hotel and garage are money making session in Louisville with a grand propositions. Price $11,500. One march and the conferring of floral half cash, balance on time. Write or degrees at the Armory. Five thous- call on T. J. Hill, my Attorney, for further information. GEORGE STUR- -. ands delegates are present. 82-4H. J. Johnson, the trustee, has GEON, Executor. bought that part of the Jackson block in London, owned by the 0. First National Bank, for NOTICE TO THE Mr. Johnson says the bunrned portion of the building will be reTAXPAYERS. built at once. I, or my deputies will be at the folCapt. Boelke, the famous German aviator, collided with another air- lowing places in Lincoln county on plane in the course of an aerial com- the dates named for the purpose of bat on October 28 and on landing be- collecting your taxes which are now due. hind the German lines died as a re- your Please meet us promptly. Bring road claims with you. Dates are sult of his injuries. On October 27 Capt, Boelke had shot down his as follows: Crab Orchard, Nov. 4 th. fortieth hostile airplane. Waynesburg, Nov. 11th. A bill for $219,600 for ink has Hustonville, Nov. 25th. been presented to Suoerintendent of J. G. WEATHERFORD. Sheriff of Public Instruction Gilbert said to be due for ink purchased for the State Lincoln County. in 1914 and 1915. The bill came from a Cincinnati manufacturer. It was claimed that the ink was ordered by former Superintendent Hamlett, who says he does not know anything about it. County Attorney Dawson and HIGHEST PRICES PAID Commonweatlh's Attorney J. G. For- Tester, of Bell county, have filed 1,- Remittance Mailed on Day Shipment is Rsceired 500 petitions in the Circuit court against the Adams Express Company, No Commission to Pay the Interstate Express Company, of Write for Price List and Shipping Tags Middlesboro, and the L. & N. and Southern railroads, charging them M. Sabel & Sons with failure to keep proper records Incorporated ElUSIuaed 1855 of liquor shipments in their various LOUISVILLE. KY. offices in Bell county. secretary 1. two-storT. de-fun- ch -- 1 Here, There and Everywhere Dr. J. W. Frost, ol 1-- us 8,-00- 0; $8,-00- d, INSURE YOUR TOBACCO It that IdMcHH nt d, Better Buy a Load or Two of Coal List of Properties In Lincoln County and Stanford, Ky., Right Now! The price has already gone up and we do not know a 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, . KEN TUCKY A. B. FlorencerOffice Stanford, Ky.