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V The Intemor Iourna Established 1860.57th Year- .- No. 90 t-t- -t U Tuesday and Fridays He Struck Irvine Child With Auto And Is Acquitted Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky. Tuesday, November 14,1916. - JVH. V FIRST r TUTM JKjriL D ATI-. 17 V f six x u.rnj-ii- Lexington Saturday Indiana. Quite a number of Stanford BapIrvine Turpin, the colored chaf-feThose who went out Saturday afA suit intended to win the State In the archives of the Indian Hisemployed by W. B. Burton, who the right to seize the old homestead tists and others of that denomination ternoon, saw a cracking good game report Interesting Life History Given By torical Society is an extended of the of the Shaker colony, in Mercer in this section left for Louisville this of football between Stanford High struck the little Irvine boy with Mr. seige and surrender of the Dr. Dunlap In Presenting Tabvillage and fort accompanied by a county at Harrodsburg late last week. morning to attend the State Associa- and a picked team of high school stars Burton's car, near Hedgeville, last head-jfron tioi.. The local delegation was The estate of Colonel George Lexington, which was won by week, was acquitted upon his examdiagram and across this is written in let To Church Here and the four aged survivors of ed by Dr. M. D. Early, pastor of the Stanford 19 to 14. From the size of ining trial at Danville last week, as a clear legible hand in this note, "The first to enter the fort were Lieut. the sect now in its twlight Dr. W. Stanford Baptist church. On his re- the visitors and their speed in prac- it was shown by reliable witnesses impressive and very interest- John Bailey and fourteen men. Lieut. B. Pennebaker, James Howard, Mary turn, a protracted meeting will start tice, it was feared that the local that the negro was in no way at With next Sunday to be tablet the ing service and ceremony, a Baptist Bailey received the surrender of Settle and Sarah Pennebaker are at the church here Bryan, state evan- lads had stacked up against some fault. Witnesses told howwith little other made the defendants in the suit, filed conducted by Rev. real opposition. However, the fast fellow playing in the road was presented to the First Governor General Hamilton." The Church of Stanford, Sunday night, post was received as a military prize by Miss Ora L. Adams, superintend- gelist of the denomination. The or- forward passing of Tucker and Joe children, darted across the pike di"by the heirs of the late Rev. John and put in charge of Col. Leonard ent of the Mercer county schools and ganization of the association will be T. Embry was entirely too much for rectly in front of the car, after it Bailey in memoriam of him. Rev. Helm who too tame from Logan's the Mercer County board of educa- effected this afternoon at 4 o'clock the Lexingtonians, and made the had appeared to the driver that the in Walnut street church. Dr. W. D. game a real battle from start to fin- roadway was clear. Witnesses, who "Bailey was the first Baptist minister Fort, and when he was transferred to tion. the The Shaker colony was started in Powell, corresponding secretary, will ish. The local boys showed a bull were neighbors of the family, also in Lincoln county, the founder of and Detroit Capt. John Bailey was installMercer county, a half century ago. It ppssent the report of the State Board dog gameness which was not to be bore out the negro s statement that old Rush Branch Baptist church, ed as Commandant. was a religious sect with rigid tenets of Missions. The gifts for the year denied. They did some very fine work he was not running over 18 or 20 a leader in many ways in the comIn that charming munity, a fearless man of God, and romance, Alice of Oldbit of historical much the same as the Quakers. There amount to more than $200,000. There against heavier opponents and rich- - j miles an hour at the time. It was Vincennes, the is some debt on budget because ly deserved their victory. The line proven to be simply an unavoidable a large family prom- frequent and as the ancestor of references to Col. Helm and was no intermarrying dwindled. the the churches havethe failed to pay the plunging of Perkins, Tucker, and the accident of a distressing character, inent in all the walks of life in the Capt. Bailey indicate that our Lin- years passed the colony The Shakers realized that their full apportionment to the Kentucky Cash boys was very fine, while on but one for which the driver of the present day. beguilwas coln county men of The address of presentation Dan- ing the tedium of war were fortress colony would pass into oblivion and Baptist Children's Home at Glendale the defensive "Tubby Martin was car could not be held at fault frontier Mr. Burton, owner of the car, did made bv Dr. Fayette Dunlap, ofthere-Avit- life with dancing, the rude music of as the surviving members aged, they and the cause of Christian Education. a bear, while others who distinguished h Cooper, everything in his power for the memwould be unable to care for tliem The annual sermon will be preached themselves were Clarence ville, who gave in connection improvised instruments, feats .oiselves Th fc t Colonel George on Tuesday night. who showed some exceptionally fine bers of the stricken family, securing a short life history of his dis- mar ksmanshrp, wrestling,, swimming Boh Special seats On Wednesday at noon a buffet tackles, Morgan Baughman, always medical attention for the mother a bnker and merchant tinguished progenitor. L Wabash, and foot racing. d befriemled them aml plac'ed in luncheon will be served by the Louis- in every scramble, Hunn and Powell who was almost prostrated over the "hid been reserved in the church for the In the Virginia archives is a let trust with $5,000. family. The audiville Convention and Publicity Lea-oru- Coach Todd has done a fine work in sad affair. He also paid all expenses the members of the Mr. Denny B. Goode presiding. whipping the local team into shape jard what he did and the sph'it he was crowded, for other ter from John Bailey to Patrick Hen torium This monev was given to Colonel y.T,.,rlin in tnmn bad dismissed in ry complaining of neglect of the gar Bohor- with Wednesday night the budget plan from a bunch of green youngsters manifested about the whole unfortu- the provision that when and deserves much credit for the nate affair was appreciated greatly "honor of the occasion, and the pas- rison and asking for men, powder, the last member of the colony be- will be discussed. the ceremon- lead and money, as the money then in came too old to support themselves, Thursday at noon there will be a showing they are making the latter i by the afflicted parents and their tors of all took part in ies in one form or another. Miss circulation there was worthless, but he was to care for them, give them men's banquet addressed by Dr. part of the season. The bright star friends. t, Mary Bailey, daughter of Mr. and adding a most significant a decent burial. An agreement was Frederick A. Agar, of New York, of the game was Joe Embry, whose JOP J. McCALL DEAD. Mrs. J. C. Bailey sang a beautiful " .vuu nave iiu juuiiuy or provision drawn up whereby at the death of the Method Secretary of the Northern speed and work on right end was the send us whisky which will answer as Baptist Convention. He is one of the deciding factor in Stanford's victory. Rockcastle county lost one of its solo, as a part of the program. the last member the 900 acres of Amer-cResponse to the address of presen- good an end." very best citizens, when the spirit of rich land, which had housed the most entertaining speakers inmessenBig Game At Danville Friday eloquently and imThursday afternoon the Jop J. McCall returned to the God Soon after tthe ciose of the war Shakers, would be revert to Colonel tation, was made Quite a number are pressively by Dr. 'Early, pastor of Congress granted 150,000 acres of Bohon as his reward for his care of gers will be taken in automobiles on here to Danville Friday going from Who gave it late Tuesday evening. afternoon on trip to the points of when the Central University boys The clever man and model citizen a sight-seein- g the local church, who accepted it the land in southern Indiana to the sol- the Shakers. diers of this campaign, and Robert behalf of his congregation, after Colonel Bohon has died. His estate interest in Louisville. At night Dr. Transylvania of Lexington on i had been ill a long time with several church had done so by formal vote. Breckinridjre. Buckner Thruston nnd was kept intact, however, and is car- J. W. Porter will present the report .meetgridiron at DanvMle. This game, cancers and death must nave been the The ceremonies were indeed beauti- John Bailey were selected to appor rying out his wart of the agreement. on State Missions. He will speak fol- which is being heralded as the best a sweet relief. Deceased was about impressive and appreciated tion tnis land. John JaiIev s appor- The four Shakers, the two men and lowed by Dr. Agar and then there ful and will be very 60 years old and for many years had of the season in by all. In presenting the tablet to the tionment was 3,000 and it'is a pain- two women, are aged and their wants will be brief addresses by a large hard fought for Danville, U. lads have been a merchant of his county. For the C. church, Dr. Dunlap said: ful historical revelation to his de- are being attended to by the Bohon number of mountain preachers. improved greatly over their earlier years he had a store at Hazel Patch, John Bailey scendants that the thriving city of estate. season work. Special interest attaches but later came to Maretsburg, where ten years. Since I have been old enough to Jeffersonville stands on this iand. It is this agreement, which willed TO THE VOTERS OF LINCOLN to this game by reason of the fact he had lived for eight orMiss Lewis, a properly appreciate the boldness of The various histories of the early the land to the Bohon estate, that is Early in life he mar-ie- d COUNTY that two of the best players the local spirit, love of adventure, capacity for days of the Baptist church in Ken- beiiic attacked. The suit instituted by High School has developed in recent a sister of Attorney Sam D. Lewis, ancestry, tucky mention that endurance of our pioneer of Mt. Vernon, and she with seven fact that he was the Mercer county school authorities There have been several reports 1 have had the feeling that we have ahvays active in the pulpit and it is disputes the validity of this agree- put out in reference to my race, for children are left to feel keenly the "been lacking in leverence for their fair inference that while in discharge ment and denies that the Bohon es the nomination for sheriff, and I loss of a loving husband and a kind memory, and this impels me to be of the particular duty or any other tate has any right to acquire the land. hope by this card to remove all doubt and indulgent father. The children "here this evening to render in some public duty he did not neglect the anyone. nrf Mesdames Alice Albright, Judith The suit charges that when the that may be in the mind of measure, a tribute to one of of the pulpit. I believe that I am historical- contract was entered Frith, Grover Wilmot, Miss Lena Mc into, the I am in the race to stay and will not most impressive figures of that ro- ly correct that he built the first Rush Shakers had dissolved as a society withdraw to accept a deputy-shi- p with Call and Lotran McCall, of this city, mantic period of our local history Branch Church on his own land, and and its survivors had abandoned the anyone, or combine, in any way. I Culrnar and Lewis McCall, who reside As an apology for his own biography, from an anecdote soon to be related purposes of the society and the pur-ros- think this is enough to say in regard at the home. Mrs. Agnes Hernn, of Benjamin Franklin explained that at his own expense, and was its regCrab Orchard, is a sister of the defor which the property was to this matter and I hope you will people of prominence had others to ular pastor; that he established the held. Therefore, it is charged, the; not be misled by false reports. I will ceased and there is a brother, J. W. that write things about them, but about church at McCormak's and one at deed is invalid and the property make the race on my own merits and McCall, at Columbia, Tenn. Mr. ; obscure people had to write Middleburg in Casey county and num- should be revert to the State. McCall was for many years a memany one wishing to make inquiry themselves, and my doing this ser- erous other in the county about ber of the Christian church and a xxhout me, I will refer them to any The land that is made the issue vice for one of my own blood is thus Logan county. good man in every way. The burial End. Make" the suit is considered one of businessman in the East accounted for, but with this impowill likely occur Wednesday in the i vourmind to support me and jziye He was a member of all six of the most vaiuaDie agricultural sections ; rtant addition, that John Bailey's ser- Constitutional Conventions that met the State. It has a number o build- tneTEast End a sheriff once." in forty burying ground at Maretsburg. vice toJus church, his country and to in Danville for the purpose of organ- ings and the soil has been developed vears. Put the office mie in the where many friends of the splendid society, deserved a readier recogni- izing the state of Kentucky. We do into excellent farm land. It is con- hands of the laboring people and man will gather to pay their respects tion than he now gets at this far not know what part he took in the sidered a very valuable piece of prop- quit letting men buy it. President to him who was very near and dear away time. This shall be a simple proceedings, but one fact stands out erty. to them. shows that money Wilson's election sketch of an interesting forceful per- clear and strong, and that was his The Shakers have led a secluded ran't buy, unless, the people want it sonality, not the fulsome eulogy of a effort to prohibit forever from the life, cloistered from the world in a to. TWO WILLS PROBATED partial' kinsman. Some have told me that it takes limits of Kentucky the sin of human way. and have been regarded as an In the county court Monday, the A glance at the map of the Eastern slavery. money to win the sheriff's race. That institution in Kentucky. will of Mrs. Elizabeth Hutchens was shore of Virginia shows a narrow is certainly a pretty state of affairs Out of fifty members he had only probated. The instrument is dated strip of land jutting out into the At- six to share his views, all ministers BOUGHT CHRISMAN PLACE and I think it will be a good time to Aug. 9, 1916, and is witnessed by Rappalantic and lying between the apply the remedy. You may ask anv of the gospel, and had their advice Walter Denny and Dora Denny. Mrs. Clarence Rankin bought the J. N. hannock and James rivers, and been heeded the greatest civil strife Chrisman Hutchens' property, which consists of farm at Master Commis-sioner- 's voter about this matter and he will of that re- in history would known in the geography probably been averta tract of land, which adjoins John B. tell you he is opposed to men buying sale conducted by John gion as the "Northern Neck," and is ed. In the year 1799 that constituCummins and Henry Hubbard, is Stout, of the Boyle circuit court Sat- the office. counties of Rich-mor- tion was revised comprFPd of the I am for the interest of the poor and he was again a urday paying $86.75 per acre for it. left to John Crank and his wife "for Lancaster, Westmoreland and member and taking a leading part in man and laboring man and if elected TCn: .'. mberland. shire names fami matters pertaining to religion, educa- There are 81 acres in the farm, which will do all I can for their benefit. I years will be seen in the C. U. line- their many kindnesses to me and lies on the west side of Hanging Fork up. They are Spalding Hill and Sam their consideration of me at all liar in the old Britian home. It was tion and morals. in this county and is considered a will be in the race for the nomination Embry, Jr., both of whom have made times." region just across in lhl.5 immediate In the late years of until the vote is county on the first good on the Danville squad and will The will of Mrs. Rhumany Young tin .Tames that Jamestown was to New England and his life he went first class little farm. Saturday in August 1917. there imbibed undoubtedly show the same splendid was also probated. Her furniture and 1607, and as early as some strange founded in Respt. doctrines and he bePYTHIAN PAPER STOPPED aggressive game that has always other property is divided between her 1641 is found the name of Stephen came rather active in the propaga90-- 1 J, H, LIVINGSTON. characterized their work. The above daughters, Miss tmaline ounjr ana He was plaintiff in court Lodge Bailey. At the tion, this resulted in a trial of heresy. Knights meeting of the Grand brother-in- is a cut of voung Hill, who is a son Mrs. Rilla Chestnut and C. M. Young trosnass acrainst a of Pvthias of Kentucky, " ar t " taking place his executor. The will bears Barbour, tor taKing iu this investigation course of theinpro held in Louisville, it was decided after GOOD BUSINESS COURT DAY of Mr. and 'Mr- -. W. B. Hill, of this is made Sept. 9. 1916 and is witnessof 20 own church. In, a great favorite here. The date of an exhaustive and complete canvass walnut loss of the the value November court day usually rather city and ceeding he persisted in ed by pounds sterling. Shephen lost this the speakers when the interrupting and discussion of the situation, to dull after big business on October game starts at Dan"ille Friday after- Young. Roscoe C. Rogers and G. W. Moderator discontinue publication of the Kensuit court, was unusually brisk Monday. noon about 2:30 o'clock. Considerable routine business was came this Stephen Bailey brought him to task with the querry, tucky Pythian, the official organ of There were about 700 cattle on the Whence transacte.l. County Clerk Cooper had is found "Mr. Bailey, you do not belong to the lodge, on ELECTION ECHOES SOME account of the high market, none of extra quality howI know not, but the name a busy day issuing road claims and todav in Kent in Southern England this church,' whereupon he quickly cost of production, and the uncertain- ever, but nearly all sold. Feeders beBv a majority of 294 Scott county hunting licenses. He issued hundreds French rejoined, "No sir, but this church and 'is possibly of Norman was reinstated and ty of being able to make satisfactory are looking for stuff and almost any the commission origin and was formerly spelled longs to me."inHehis own way doing arrangements for the supply of print kind of a calf sold well. Prices rang- vote'd to adopt and do away withform of the former and some 75 of the the latter. of government Virginia went about As these ed around five and six to six and a old fiscal court system. good, and I have ever had the opinion paper for the coming year. pacounties were organized on the half cents, though. One or two toppy Three-fourtheresy CIRCUIT COURT. that Sidney Smith of the vote in South rochial system of the Episcopal aboutabout a trials first in his flower CINCINNATI STOCK MARKETS bunches of extra feeders sold at sev- Dakota reported on the question dog had The second week of the November Church, a record of births, marriages garden, that the only thing that was Hogs Receipts 9,500 head, steady; en cents, but this price was heard of seems to have defeated woman sufterm of the Lincoln Circuit Court and deaths was lept in each parish. day. settled was his flowers; the only rorers and butchers $9. 70 10.00; but once or twice during the hand, frage there about 3,000. began operations Monday morning. In Heatherford parish I find that thing in such a trial to be damaged is common to choice S7.50 (5)9.40; pigs Several big buyers were on Charles Martin, of Millersburg, sons, Leslie. Stephen Bailey had a son, John, born land lights $6.50(5)9.25: stags $6.50 looking for medium feeders. Jonas shipped two loads of mules to J. N. D. A. Baugh and his were charged the church Pat and Gaines Baugh in 3 647, that this son John had a son, 8.50. Cattle Receipts 4,200 head; Weil bought 75 head to slop at the Jones, of Neport, Tenn. Ten of the with banding and confederating Socie- - j He Stephen, born March 21, HiSl, ana a ties in organized Cedarbrook distillery in Anderson thirty were aged mules which went against the town marshal of McKin-ne- y. various parts of the State, the active; steers ao.uu(a)8.ou; aneen son, Peter James, November 16, 1683, one Logan county lasting until Receipts 400 head; strong $3.50Z county. Solomon Van Meter, of Lex- for an average of $185 and the rein Peremptory instructions for he a son of George, born Jar. 31, our civil strife in 18C0. 7.00; lambs strong, $6.50 11.25. ington, was over looking for some mainder were colts for an average of the defendants were given. D. A. 171'TIip mother of ill s Geovv" was stuff, but could find little that suited $85 per head. What manner Baugh and sons wero then tried on Lettice, or Letitii Allen snd this whose honor we of man was this in repubhave gathered this stiffly with a hopeless minority in two him. The mule trade was unusually The Cincinnati Times-Stathe charge of assaulting Town MarGeorge married Brad'ey, Christian evening, offerings were brisk. Most of the was he tall and spare or was that name unknown, and to them were he stout and short, was he impetuous conventions to keen it forever out of yearlings and aged animals, though a lican, says that the reason many Ohioe shal Dishon, of McKinney. Mr. ouv social and political system, that Democratic while so sket-- h, May bom the subject of this big crowd wentrepublican states were return- Baugh was acquitted but the sons few colts changed hands. A crafty and frankly were fined $25 each. The case of 4, 1748, and thirteei. years there- and insincere,honest, was he and of- he had that rare and indefinable gift was in town and business seemed was he blunt of leadership is attested by his selecing to G. O. P. fold, was that there Edmond Lillard and others against after an only brother, Peter James. good all day. fensive are a great many more Democratic Dr. W. D. Tardif for possession of The father died when these lads he given or gentle and refined, was tion while yet a youth as an officer to or was he in a dangerous enterprise, that he had newspapers in Ohio than there are a house was up this morning and the age, ihi. 18 and 5 years ot Republican uapers. "mother dying soon after , jvt when gentlemanly and reserved, was he boldness and initiative in that he and LOUIS P. COOK DEAD jury has it. The suit of E. F. Spears or generous formerly a news- & Sons against James McCormack Jouett and where it not definitely known. avaricous and sordid he ambitious his little band of fourteen were the Louis P. Cook passed away at his paper man Shouse, unsuspecting, was of Lexington and secre- is now being tried. Th firm is suing They were baptized into the commun- and proved false to friends, was he first to scale the wall of the enemy's home in the Maywood section Monchurch, and John and fori and receive the surrender of the day night at 8 o'clock after an ill- tary of the Blue Grass fair, was elect- on a hemp contract. ion of the English was a lay reader while in his teens. genial and given to hospitality, or defender, Governor Hamilton, a Brit- ness of several weeks of complication ed to congress again in the 7th KanThis was an imiiorui'il ora in his did the world and its people revolve ish, nobleman, that he had executive of troubles. Mr. Cook leaves a wife, sas district by 5,000 mapority over News of the Churches life. He withdrew from that commun- without his narrow orbit, did he have ability in that he was chosen to re- - j who was a Miss Bailey and 10 chil- his republican opponent. The district k Church Presbyterian personal libejty, or view ion and entered the Baptist ministry a wider botherofhis neighbors about main m command of the captured fort dren besides a mother, sister, Miss is normally republican and gave the service on Wednesday evening at 7 did he governor of il that he had the confidence of his Annie S. Cook and brother. Jesse F. republican candidate for on the grounds that Ihe Ep o'colck. Hindrances to Prayer. option and counchurch upheld the institution of slav- such trifles as local he follow the tra- fellow soldiers in being the delicate Cook, all of Lexington. The inter- Kansas 7,000 majority. The ladies of the Baptist church ty unit bills or did dispatch from Washington says A duty of distributing among them their ment took place in the Buffalo ery while the Baptists were aboliwill have an exchange at Pence & ditional Baptist habit of balancing country's reward for their sacrifices tionists. at that if Hughes was ejected he plan his Bible and hymn book in one side and loyalty, and above all through all Springs cemetery this afternoon by ned to call congress into extra ses Hill's store, Monday, November 20, My kinsman, the Rev. Sidney services 2:30 o'clock after short sion in the early spring to repeal the Onen at 9:30 a. m. told me that he had a small of his saddle bags with something the vicissitudes of a stormy life in a J. C. McClary at the grave. The protracted meeting announced else when he went to his Associa- stormy period he thrust from him the Underwood tariff law. also to enact pamphlet issued by John Bailey in sometime ago, will begin at the Baptemptation of military glory, the other emergency legislation as might to give me this pamphlet tion? and BURIED HERE AT HOME About these speculations the rec- temptation of wealth and political be necessary to carry out the Repub- - tist church next Sunday morning Bry-o- n, of church relationship. Mr. McRobevts ords Web- lican tneones or protection aiier tne will be conducted by Rev. O. E. closed'and tradition power and chose rather the arduous are forever The remains of Mrs. Arthur promised to give me this pamphet an evangelist of note. Two serwere Sellersburg, waned long ago, but but much to my regret it never has look upon him fromI would have and obscure calling of an humble ser- ber, of here and interredInd.,Buffalo European war. vices will be held each day and a iri known vant of the church. the brought That Judge J. M. Robertson, of reached me, as i would prove most us is extended to all achievements of his active public On the third day of July 1816 he Springs cemetery Wednesday. Mrs. Pikeville, the Democratic nominee cordial invitation all of them. interesting addition to this sketch. lovely young woman for Appellate Judge in the Seventh to attend any and laid down the burden of life and Webber was a At the age of twenty three John life. From this is disclosed that while doubtless was buried on the birthday and leaves a husband two small chil- District, will contest the election of Bailev is pastor of the Upper BapNOW LOOKOUT of a kind mourn tist church, Pottsylvania county, Va. in his teens he chose the ministry as of the nation he had sacrificed his dren tomother. the loss Webber wife Judge Flem D. Sampson, of Barbour-vill- e, When a cold hangs on as offcfii was Mrs. Republican nomiduring this four his calling while the whole world was young manhood to give an honorable and the successful I rather think that was married to aflame with the Atheism of Voltaire, place among the sons of men, his happens, or when Miss Nannie Smith, a daughter of H. nee, .is believed at Frankfort. The gotten over one coldyou have hardly years pastorate he before you conyears that it should tread the B. Smith, of this county. is no rec- Rousseau, and Tom Paine, xnd soground for the contest is that Judge tract some very serious disease. This Priscilla Townsend. There expense acSampson did not file his ord to establish this, but we all know ciety disrupted by the fearful orgies paths of righteousness and peace and sysof colds HER SON SUBJECT TO CROUP count at the time required by stat- succession lowers theweakens the that that Baptist preachers do not remain and libertinism of the French Revo- dedicated to the cause of human freevitality so tem and is subject to croup" ute, prior to the state primary. "My son Edwin unwedded long, and we further know lution. It is the mark of a man of dom, and his larger powers that the you are much more liable to contract writes Mrs. that the name Townsend abounds deep conviction and intense earnest- precepts of the men of Nazareth sington, Pa.,E. O. Irwin, of New Kenchronic catarrh, pneumonia or conput in many sleepless "I Do You Have Sour Stomach? even at this day in that particular ness and that rare courage that re- should be the inspiration of his nasumption. Cure your cold while you hours at night before I learned of tive land. sists the temptation to follow the parish. Chamberlain's Cough If vou are troubled with sour can. one of Chamberlain's Remedy With this simple tribute I now con- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Mothsentiment of his time, that he He is next heard of about Logan's Tablets you should eat slowly and take Fort and Harrodstown enlisting forsook the church of the forefathers sign his memory to the keeping of ers need nof fear this disease if thev stomach your food thoroughly, then upon by thousands of people and nevkeep a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough masticate cast his fortunes with an obscure this church whose infancy he nourishtroops for the expedition against the reputation. It is relied er disappoints them. Try it. It only as British and Indians in the Illinois or and despised band of dissenters on ed with parental care and in whose Remedy in the house and use it re- has a great after supper. Obtain- costs a quarter. Obtain:w everyimmediately always gave my boy Nor'hwest territory. He was made the conviction that human slavery lusty manhood he could not but have directed. It ,' where. able everywhere. lief." Obtainable everywhere. Lieutenant of a company of sixty- - was a moral wrong, that he stood an enduring pride. LINCOLN COUNTY ur Bo-honi I I 2, - BAPTIST MINISTER men and it is well known to all of vou that tnjs darinpr enterprise resuited in dislodging the British from Dr. Early Heads Delegation To AtIN this as the result of the capture of Turned Over To State Suit Against tend State Association George Bohon's Estate Fort St. Vincent, now Vincennes, Wants Old Shakertown Baptists Go To Louisville Some Real Foot Ball Negro Was Not At Fault Displayed By Stanford Boys Against Wh J post-scrip- a. es Rus-sellvill- e, If-- :1, d. -- al-Ip- nf . hs Anti-Slave- ry r, old-lin- self-adulati- on Mid-wee- Mc-Robe- rts ma-tur- er -- pre-vali- ng a-a- d The Interior Journal, Sta nford, Kentucky: Tuesday, November 14, 1916. It makes a The Interior Journal S. M. Saufley, Editor ani Froprietok at real Entered at the postcjfioe at Stanford, Ky., second class mail matter. nks$vii$ O'Bryan Overalls Everybody who wears Overalls knows O'BRYAN DUCK-HEAD, Subscription Rates $1.50 Both issues a wrek, per year....... 1.00 Twice a week, for 8 months 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 Political Announcements. 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 .T. H. LIVINGSTON. FOR COUNTY JUDGE 21. F. NORTH. The mai with money knows it. 'IKiii &Z&Jj BBilf the old time quality; the old time color; the genuine Indigo Blue, the one that neither fades, nor rips; cut wide in the leg; longer bib and deeper pockets. We are fixed for you. S 0B1YAN I MP I Waynesburg Our pastor, Rev. E. W. Coakley, has the deepest sympathy of his many friends in the loss of his dear wife, who died at the hospital in Lebanon Friday, Nov. 3. She was a consecrated christian woman and loved by all who knew her She suffered so much but all was done for her that loving hands could do and her sufferings are all ended. The remains were taken to her old home in Greensburg, where the interment took place at 10 A. M. Saturday. Mr- - Rov Singleton came up from Huntsville, Tenn., Tuesday and cast his vote under the rooster. ATvc ATntio finnfh nnd Mr. H. II. Singleton attended the funeral of Mrs. Coakley at Lebanon Friday. Mr. Roy Singleton and Misses Bertha and Opal Stanley visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Singleton Tuesday and Wednesday. Dr. W. T. Francis, of Mt. Vernon, is here doing some dental work. Arbor Day, Nov. 10th, will be observed by the school here by planting some shade trees which are badly needed. Rev. G. W. Owens filled the appointment of our pastor last Saturday and Sunday, as he was not permitted to be with us. At the debate at the school league "KVirlmr PVPninfr. TOV. 3. Oil the SUb- ject, Resolved: "That Columbus Deserves More Honor for Discovering America than Washington for De fending it." The judges uecmea in favor of the negative. Misses Maud Johnson, Iva and Viola Gooch, Eva Caldwell and Ver-ci- e Sims spent Sunday with Misses Singleton. Study Class meets The Mission with Mrs. E. L. Gadberry on Thursday night. Mrs. Roy Reynolds and baby are visiting Mrs. Cyrus Johnson ati Preachersville. The reason why the man with money has a real Thanksgiving is because he STARTED to bank his money a long time ago and is now reaping the harvest of his early thrift. He is thankful that he didn't SQUANDER his money extravagance or put it into some on scheme. He is thankful he BANKED it. Are you thankful that you have banked your money? Put YOUR money in OUR bank. We pay 3 per cent, interest. "Get-Rich-Quic- k" this writing. Mrs. D. W. Caldwell is better at Got plenty of them. Any size you want up to a 50 waist and a I 36 leg. O'BRYAN BROS. DO NOT SELL ANYBODY HERE 1 BUT US. If yon want the gen uine, if you want the old time 1 fast colored Indigo Blue, come M m to us for men's and boys' 8 mwS fflMllS Pfff wimmmE v 1 1 rail W S? NASHVILLE. 1 tactories &S4 &m vCss'vV VO t i jS WEST NASHVILLE r W 1 The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky Stanford, Kentucky A Child Hates Oil, Calomel, Pills For Liver and Bowels! PUBLIC Jv. at public auction at the place about As I have sold my farm, I will sell 1 STATEMENr LINCOLN TRUST COMPANY Stanford, Ky., Sept. 12, 1916. SALE CENT -A- -WORD ADS RESOURCES: Bills, with order; no ad less than 25c each issue.) (Arls here are 1 cent a worn eacn issue, cash Expenses and Taxes Paid, In Bank, LIABILITIES: $23,136.87 167.98 3,235.49 $26,540.34 $25,000.00 1,468.65 1.69 '.$26,540.34 Capital Stock, Trust Funds, Interest, High School Notes (By John Reid McKinney) Miss Betty Perry, formerly' a pupil of this school, made a visit to the High School Tuesday. Clem Hill, a prominent Junior, was not at school during the morning of election day. A new text book was introduced this tei-- in the high school for the study of the Junior and Senior boys and is being taught, very efficiently by Miss Elizabeth Farra. The book V7AT7 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 contains about four hundred and fifty pages and is divided into two parts. The first part is devoted to fV. cnrlv nf "Plants in General" and the other part is taken up with the discussion of "Plants in Cultivation." It was written by John M. Coulter, head of the Department of Botany at the University, of Chicago and should prove to be a great benefit to W. Hill, James C. Cooper and Ben Spalding Hill, graduates of S. H. S. and who are now attending C. U. at Danville, came over Tuesday. Harry Farmer, also a S. H. S. graduate, now in Lexington, was at home for the election. The noon period has been reduced from one hour to only a half an hour and school now dismisses at three instead of three thirty in the after- Life and Death the best and freshest wa can buy. We use the utmost care in compounding all prescriptions, as your doctor will tell you. It is a matter of conscience with us. is Our stock of drugs THE LINCOLN PHARMACY, Stanford, Ky. Groceries, Field Seeds, &c, &c, T. D. Newland & Son, Opposite the Phone No. 168. Court-Hous- e, I noon. Igo Perry, a former pupil was in town Tuesday. A shed has been built between the two barns, on the lower part of the campus. Heretofore there has not been any place for those who drive to school to put their buggies or to hitch up except out of doors and this will be a good dry place for this. PRIMARY SCHOOL NEWS (By Shelton Saufley, Jr.) The name of Zella Barnett of the Roll by mistake last week. William Matheny, a pupil of the fourth grade, was absent from school two days on account of a bad cold. Third grade was left off the Honor Stanford, Kentucky. Try Our Cambria Steel Farm Fence Just Received Sabra Walker, a pupil of the fourth grade, has been away from school about two weeks. Carl Facalv. a nupil of the third grade, has been away from school a good while on account of diphtheria. Sara Hunn, a pupil of the first grade, has been away from school two or three weeks on account of being afraid of diphtheria. The teachers of the first four grades took their pupils and marched in a body up to the high school to hear the new victrola last week and everybody was very much pleased with it. two miles northeast of Stanford, on FOR SALE. 6 or 8 shares of stock the Dudderar's Mill pike, on of the People's Bank of Hustonville. Give "California Syrup of Figs" If THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1916 Write Box 155, Danville, Ky. 90-- 4p Sick, Feverish, Cross, beginning at 10 o'clock a.m., the folFOR RENT. Two front rooms lowing livestock, etc., Constipated up stairs over the First National HORSES AND MULES Bank. Possession given at once. S7tf Look back at your childhood days. One good farm and family horse, Remember the "dose" mother insisted six years old; one brown mare, six FOR SALE. Moore's Air tight on castor oil. calomel, cathartics. years old; one family mare; one horse How you hated them, how you fought mule se'en years old, a good one; heater, in good condition; will sell against taking them. one mare mule, five years old; one at a bargain. Mrs. S. J. Embry, Stanford. With our children, it's different. yearling mule; one 8Stf. Mothers 'who cling to the old form mule; one brood mare. of physic simply don't realize what CATTLE FOR SALE. A lot of nice buildthey do. The children's revolt is Five milk cows; two yearling ing lumber, good for barns, houses, well founded. Their tender little heifers; two yearling steers; one etc. Address J. E. Allen, Kidd's "insides" are injured by them. steer; five calves. Store, Ky. 90-- 1 If your child's stomach, liver and HOGS delibowels need cleansing, give only FOR RENT House of 6 rooms, cious "California Syrup of Ficrs." Its jrilts; one sow Four is positive, but gentle. Millions ' and ten pigs; one sow to farrow about recently occupied by Hugh Noe; for action rent for year 1917; possession at of mothers keep this harmless "fruit the 25th of Nevember. 90-tonce. A. T. Nunnelley. f handy; they know children laxative" SHEEP love to take it; that it never fails to 58 good ewes and two bucks. clean the liver and bowels and sweetPOWELL & DEPP, of Hustonville. en the stomach, and that a teaspoon-fu- l IMPLEMENTS have for sale 74 high grade ewes and given today saves a sick child toe wagon; one mow- 2 Southdown bucks, which have been One morrow. ing machine; one hay rake; one culti- turned together since August 208Stf Ask your druggist for a vator; one disc harrow; one section bottle of "California Syrup of Figs" harrow; one two-horturning plow; which has all directions for babies, one ESTRAY red hog, weighing about turning plow; two bugchildi-eof all ages and for grown- gies; two sets of buggies harness: 200 pounds came to my place about ups plainly on each bottle. Beware one 60 gallon slop cooker. ten days ago. Owner can get same by of counterfeits sold here. See that it 600 bales of No. 1 Timothy hay; paying for this adv and his keep. P. is made by "California Fig Syrup some baled straw and cow peas; about B. Thompson, Preachersville. 902p Company." Refuse any other kind 60 barrels of corn in crib; 100 shocks 90-- 1 with contempt. of fodder. FARMING and carpenter tools at One cream separator in good shape. MACCABEES' OPEN MEETING. Household and kitchen furniture half price. No. 1 baled and loose hay; extra yearling mare mule, Friday and There will be an open meeting of and lots of other things too numerous 'buggy; sweet potato es. Have to sell. the Maccabees, under the auspices of to mention. 90-l, ,, ,r , ,Known on aay 01- jos. Diinou 7 at the courthouse Stanford Tent No. j.jK.jio: uiaae at Stanford, Friday, Nov. 17, at 7:30 sale. DAN TRAYLOR, Stanford, Ky. P. M. J. C. McCIary, chariman. The FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, following program will be rendered: R. F. D. 4. Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, John B. Dinwiddie, Acutioneer. Music. Window Shades. Trunks. Suit Cases- Invocation Dr M. D. Early. Pictures and Mouldings. W. A. Trib- Hon. Harvey Opening Address ble, Stanford. 42tf. Helm. NOTICE TO THE Solo Mrs. R. G. Hampton. TAXPAYERS. FOR SALE. Two Poland China Address, "The Maccabees" State Commander, M. F. Elkin. I, or my deputies will be at the fol- boars and one gilt, four months old, Male Quartette. subject to register. Price reasonable Address, "Stanford Tent A. C. lowing places in Lincoln county on it taken at once. J. Owsley Newland, the dates named for the purpose of Stanford, Ky., R. D. 4. Sine, District Deputy. S9-2- p collecting your taxes which are now Song America. Everybody invited especially the due- - Pleast meet us promptly. Bring FOR SALE. Young Abrdeen Anladies. Come and enjoy a social ev- your road claims with you. Dates are as follows: gus bulls, registered and sired by ening with us. The Committee. Hustonville Nov. 25th. Grand Champion. See them before-yobuy. They are splendid individuJ. G. WEATHERFORD, Sheriff of PREVIOUS CLOSE RACES als. E. V. Carson, R. D. 5, Stanford, campaign of Lincoln County. In the Tilden-Haye- s 90-4- p Ky. 1976 for two months excitement was constantly at fever heat and threatPOSTED! NOTICE I am ready to do any ened to break out in "ioting. kind of work, such as building chimManv Democratic leaders advocat ed armed resistance to the seating of , We, the undersigned, prohibit neys, cisterns, plastering, etc., and President Hays, but the crisis was hunting of every sort, fishing and need all the work I can get on account passed without any bloodshed in this other trespassing upon our property: of my wife's illness. C. P. Anderson, Mrs. Catherine Ador. J. Frank Stanford. 90-- 1 locality. Coming down to more recent times Smith, S. C. Rigsby, Fred Nikula, many voters can recall the troublous John Hertzog, W. W. Pitman. Mrs. WANTED. The Carola Cabinet days after the election of 1884, j Arnold Zurbrugg, Mrs. Geo. Logan, when for nearly a week it was un J. M. Gooch, David Stephens, K. C. Phonograph is now ready for the certain who had won, because of the Dudderar, Thomas Montgomery, J. L. dealers the only cabinet phonocloseness of the count in New York, Beazley and Miss Florence Givens. graph to rea"h the people at SI 5. which finally gave its Electoral vote Frank Thompson, Miss Mattie H. Marvelous in beauty, wonderful in to Cleveland by a plurality of 1,047, Hewes, W. G. Gooch, J. H. Thomp- tone. Selling agents in every town insuring his election to the presiden- son, F. L. Thompson, J...K. Helm, S. wanted. Write for our descriptive literature. The Kentucky State Discy. Cincinnati Enquirer. H. Baughman, Will Cordier. tributing Co., Incorporated. Sole Distributors for the State of Kentucky. 302 Tyler Bldg. Louisville, two-year-o- ld two-year-o- ld 150-pou- nd two-hors- 50-ce- nt se one-hor- se n p. Ky. 88-2- p. SelbyShoesForWomen They look well, wear well, fit well. Let us show you the New Ones. R. M. NEWLAND Headqi rters for Best FIRE AND .IFE INSURANCE Phone 168 and 45. Stanford, Ky. v "fice of THEOIO RELIABLE" Sufferer From Indigestion Relieved Before taking Chamberlain's Tablets my husband suffered for several years from indigestion, causing him to have pains in the stomach and distress after eating. Chamberlain's Tablets relieved him of these spells " writes Mrs. Thomas Casey, Geneva, N. Y. Obtainable every....... where. righi-away,;- W. H. HIGGINS -- W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky REMEDYFORMEN. AT YOUR DRUGGIST. M'F d 'm f. y Hie Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, November 14, 1916 Do You Ever Expect to Open a "BE PHETTY," HIS ADVICE TO WOMEN Explains Common Sense Heard About Town for a few days. A. G. m 'WKKf- JFITi I pi gga n''i"r Eastland of Louisville is here "'1 "" 1 Bank Account Deputy Sheriff W. S. Drye has been quite ill for several days. Attorney DanvUIo, passed CASTORI For Infants and Children. ???? John W. Rawlings, of through Monday en Way route to Richmond to atend federal court. Jesse F. Cook and R. C. Pepper, of Lexington, were over early in the week to see Louis P. Cook, of the Maywood section. w If you do not you will always be poor and to Get and Keep Beauty. The Kind You Have 5 unsuccessful. rt f. an, t .1 Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. The First National Bank of Stanford, Ky., would be very much pleased to have your account. It will pay you interest in its Savings De- "BE NATURAL," HE SAYS m f feqt) 3 Holds Stomach More Is Source of Life. Important Than the Heart. Warns Fair Sex to Take Care of It to Be Attractive. "Many women paint and powder and use celd cream and lotions when their complexions begin to fade. They think a sallow, wan looking face can be made to bloom like a healthy one by such treatment. But this is all wrong. "The skin must be treated from the inside out, not from the outside in. True beauty must come from a healthy bedy: it can not result from an un healthy one. That is the secret of all beauty it's beautiful because it's natural that's ali there is to it. Every woman with a good digestion has a good complexion." This is the opinion of the Tanlao Man. who says all women ought to look pretty. He continued: 'Eer woman has a right to tp beautiful. It is her divine heritage and duty, and if she is laclring in beauty, is half sick all the time, is droopy, exhausted and not jolly as a girl all her life Ions it's her own fault. Sick and Don't Know It. "The trouble with most women is that they are sick and don't know it. Scores of women, from girls to mature mothers, call on me daily, and not one out of a dozen really knows what is the matter with her. They have doctored for everything under the sun for nervous prostration, for brain fag, for had blood, for indigestion, gastritis, as on the stomach, headache, dizziness and the chances are ten to one in every case that the whole trouble is in the digestive organs. ''Let nervous, pal-?- , tired women tone up the system with Tanlac. Give it a chance and women should rapidly regain health, beauty and joy in life. I feel that Tanlac will do just this thing. Hundreds have told me what it has done for thorn" partment or will suggest to you how you can invest it profitably. W. H. Shanks went to Columbus, Ga.. last week to look after the adjustment of the loss sustained when some of his mules were killed in a wreck. . Morgan S. Baughman lost his fine Shetland stallion Prince last week. The little fellow was in a field with some horses and was kicked so badly that he died. He was valued at $200. His many friends Avere glad to see Dave A. Thomas here this week, looking a little the worse from wear from his long seige with typhoid fever, but slowly regaining his strength. Mr. Thomas, who calls Lancaster his home, got there just in time to vote ior nson in the election last Tuesday. Which he snvs hp wouldn't linvn missed for anything, for he is always a loyai aemocrat. R. P. Chandler, of the Cedar Creek section, sold a verv fine fox hound to Woods Walker, of Paint Lick and shipped him Mondav. The bound is !i five mnnttic rll mm n1 lo c ;,.,! by Al Holmes' great dog Colonel and is out of George Gooch's fine bitch Lark. Holmes' dog is by Col. Jack Chinn's celebrated hound Pete, and is one of the best dogs in this part of the state. Mr. Walker paid $20 for the pup. I AVegelablcPrcparaiionforAs-similaliii- g iterdodandRnjife ling lite Si'jiiniciis andBowjlsof $32 & saw Bears the Signature Of A nl Promotes BfeestioiuCfcetM ness and Rest.Contains ncidirr Opium.Mcrphuic RorMiaeraL ftALf Not Narcotic, frwy flivpLa Scc- djUxSaaa ybiise&rtl E&pscfoiitDcSS'mrnam Wop ftaAO JllrmSlrJ- - iCcrijrj&x fv ; Jtv l In UOG The First National Bank STANFORD, KENTUCKY Personal and Social John Engleman, of Lexington, has been here for several days." Mrs. C H. Kerr has returned from Nov. 15. The Mother's Club will a visit to relatives in Versailles. meet in the Club Room at two o'clock Mrs. V H. Williams, of Knoxville, in the afternoon. is the guctt of Miss Cora Lee and Nov. 1G. The Current Events family. Club will meet with Mrs. W. C Miss Bettie West, of Lancaster, is Shanks, at 2 o'clock. the attractive guest of Mrs. W. B. yk O'Bannon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Elliott of EuMrs. Cray Maupin, of LaFollette, bank, were here Thursday. is the is Tenn. George guest of her daughter, Mrs. G. C Rose, of Lancaster, Mrs. Crawford. with her mother, Mrs. Belle Perkins. Mrs. Lelia C Baker and son Carey J. T. Carson, of Lebanon, has been visitinjr friends and relatives in the Baker and Mrs. Ray Carter, of Junction City, were here Saturday. West End and attending sales. W. S. Denham, of Louisville, has been the guest of his brother, E. B. Denham for a few days. W. A. Toda, of Praiiie, Miss., is up for several days here and at on a visit to friends and relatives. Mrs. George D. Pope, of Livingston, was the guest of her niece, Mrs. D. C. Dyehouse here early in the "GETS-IT- " Will Do Nothing But week. This to Corns and Calluses. Mrs. J. H. Greer and daughter. Miss Annie Greer, have returned ever corns, you've If you've thingshad pjet to tried Jots of rid of them from a two weeks' visit to friends salves that eat your toe and leave and relatives in Crab Orchai-d- . corn remaining; cotton rinss that the Mrs. James Crawford, of Golds-bormake your corns bulge out like pop- - Ctcnlxixqrr- - Apcrfect Remedy for ConsRpa-lion , Sour btoraacn.uiamiuw of Sleep. racSimle Signature of y mm nix For Oyer J Iue Centauk Compact, I NEW YOHK : . Thirty Years ' i '320 &yTx&mB&8ilLESSasn .nuum-mw-.-- Guaranteed under the Focdnr Copy of Wrapper. afe fc.xacc aas i sssBiaEi if ray i fci&glS 0t Fj ,, a wk x VW VI mm dh SK.Pl. IK a M !J' ri THE CEMTAUH COMPANY. NCW CIT. Mt. Zion We are having the finest warm weather at this writing. killed two very large snakes on his Mr. Rice Benge has moved to Geo. farm near his house. The reptiles White's place near Mr. Bryant were vipers and very large ones. Brown. The meetincr that was held at Mrs. Ethel White was the guest of ' Broughtontown by the two women Mrs. Thompson Tuesday. has closed and they have gone to Mrs. Ida Thompson is still improv- Maretsburg. ing. Little Ivon Thompson got an ugly Mrs. Lizzie Watson is very ill. burn on his head. Mrs. Laura Benge and Mrs. NanMrs. R. A. Smith went to see her nie Smith were the guests of their mother, Mrs. Abbott last Tuesday. mother, Mrs. Watson Tuesday. Mr. S. L. Cummins, the miller of Mrs. Mary B. Harness spent the Crab Orchard, was in this part on day with her mother, Mrs. John business Monday. Rogers Tuesday. News has been received here that Mrs. Daisy Simpson and children a. little son has bpen born to the wife were the guests of Mrs. Ida Thomp- Jf R. B. Elder, of Lancaster, formerson Tuesday. ly of this place. The infant has been Mr. and Sirs. Rice Benge visited in named Lloyd Wilson. Rockcastle Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. George Southern is here on a Mr. and Mrs. .Wm. Thompson were visit from Indianapolis, Ind. She says :he guests of Oscar Simpson and wife she likes Indiana fine. last Sunday. Mr. B. F. Lamb and wife are away Mrs. Amanda Bastin has gone to on a visit to relatives of different Mr. Henry Catron's after spend- parts of the country. ing two weeks here with homefclks. Miss Louise Simpson is staying at Mr. Bryant Brown and wife were Crab Orchard with her sister, Mrs. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Payne. Simpson last Sunday. Mrs. Lizzie Simpson visited her daughter, Mrs. Cynthian Payne of Here,There, Everywhere Crab Orchard last Tuesday. Miss Isabel Hasty and Mr. Ira Glade Goddard Vivion, of Hasty and Miss Beatrice Denny went was married to Miss Ina to Mt. Vernon to visit friends and ,Duell at Versailles, Wednesday, relatives. j The residence of M. L. Harris, of Mr. A. A. Wren is working at Mr. .Eli, in Russell county and all of the Harry Broughton's saw mill. 'contents thereof were destroyed by Mrs. S. L. Cummins and little fire. The family all escaped. daughter, Zola of Crab Orchard, were Angered because his proposal of the delightful guests of Mrs. Ida an auto ride was spurned by Nettie Thompson last Monday afternon. Holt, a pretty waitress, Charles RanOn November 1, Mr. Bryant Brown dall, of Barbourville. fired at her, I Har-rodsburg 7&Z5&&Evl police allege, through the window of a restaurant, inflicting wounds which may prove to be fatal. Randall was Corns Loosen, Lift Right Off arrested and charged with the shooting. He is held without bail. A bos of cartridges was found in his ma- chine, it is alleged. Jack Newbern, who has been in Knoxville, and has secured his registration papers as a pharmacist, late last week bought out the drug store of Scott McGuire at Wilmore, in connection with the Messrs. Adams Bros., of Hustonville, his uncles. He and Chas. W. Adams were at Wilmore invoicing Saturday morning, and Mr. Newbern wil Itake charge of the establishment at once. Mr. Newbern is competent in every way to make a success of the business he has secured, and will have the good wishes of many friends in Lincoln. ENTERTAINED FOR VISITOR Miss Mary Burdette entertained Saturday morning at her home on Logan avenue in honor of Miss Mary Young, of London, who was the attractive guest of Miss Lucile Stone for the week end. The decorations were yellow and white chrysanthemums. At the conclusion of the garner a delicious salad course was served. Those present were: Mrs. W. Mrs. J. B. Perkins, Mrs. Lee Rupley Mrs. Robert Carter, Mrs. Carl Carter, Mrs. W. C. Wilson, Misses Anne Davis McRoberts, Miss Lyle Cooper, Miss Frank Waller, Miss Elizabeth Higgins, Miss Josephine Carpenter, Miss Katie Lynn Wood. d, Be-re- a, ! BUY WILMORE DRUG STORE I o, the guest of her mother, Tanlac is sold exclusively in StanMrs. Eliza Wilcher and other rela- ford at The Penny Drug Store, E. R. tives. Miss Lyle Cooper went to Pine-vill- e Coleman, proprietor. Tanlac can now be obtained in folMonday to visit Mrs. C. H. Foster, who has been there with her lowing nearby cities: Moreland, Abparents. Dr. and Mrs. O. P. Nuchols, raham Minks; Hustonville, Adams on a visit. Miss Martha Varnon, who is at- Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-burg- -, W. C. Bryant; Crab Orchard, tending school at Lexington spent Sunday here with her father, Judge Lyne Bros.; Brodh-jad- , John Rob-binW. E. Varnon, who is here from Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts; Asheville, N. C. Miss Elveree Cobb returned from Bee Lick, J. Reynolds & Son; Richmond Monday afternoon, accomW. A. Horton. panied by Mrs. W. J. Collins, who will make a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cobb on, the Danvilel pike. Miss Elizabeth Hunn made a busi-ne- s The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. trip to Louisville Monday. Messer, of near Moreland, will j Silas Mrs. R. T. Bruce went to Richmond :be glad to know that their little today to visit relatives and friends. You Can't Hide Corn Misery. Slop Fooling j daughter, Grace, has about recovered H. J. AroundUsGITonishtand f rom a severe spell of pneUmonia. Monday Mulins, of Rockcastle, spent with his son, Chris Mullins. uessrs. oam anu lewis eDDer eyes, scissors and knives that make j Lynn Burdette is at home with his i and sister. Miss Lula Webber, of Sel- corns bleed and sore, harnesses and bandages that till up your shoe, press lersburg, Ind., attended the burial of parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Burdette. on the corn and make your foot feel Mrs. Arthur Webber here last Wed C. Mesdames John Woner and Mrs. J. like a paving block. "What's the use? Reynolds went to Louisville Mon nesday. "Why not do what millions are doing, "GETS-IT.- " off. take 3 seconds you and apply stocking Miss Cordie Miracie, Mr. Claude day afternoon. put your Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Walter and It dries, Gerkey and Miss Billie .Howard, of on right away, and wear your reguMason's Gap, were in Stanford Mon Joseph Walter were at Burgin Suncorn loosens from, lar shoes.C'Yourright off. the toe. it lifts It's painday, shopping. They spent the after- day with relatives and friends. way, the W. P. White and wife, of Lincoln less. It's the common-sens- e noon at McKinney. simplest, easiest, most effective way county, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Osborne, of in the world. It's the national corn-curNever fails. i Knoxville, are spending several days B. Mershon, of this city. Somerset "GETS-IT- " is sold and recommendwith her mother, Mrs. Charlotte News. ed by druggists everywhere. 25c a Mrs. J. Fox Dudderar and little Warren, who continues very ill. or sent on receipt of price, by bottle, daughter, Margaret Rivers Dudderar Lawrence & Co., Chicago, III. E. Miss Lucinda Lutes will leave Wed- i Sold in Stanford and recommend- - nesda" morning for Louisville to vis- are visiting relatives and friends at , ed as the world's best corn remedy it her brothex-- Coleman Lutes. Miss Louisville.Hayden, .of Danville, was A. J. Lutes will also visit Mrs. Alfred Eads over Monday to by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The see Col. Joseph Cofjat Crestwood, Shelby county. Penny Drug Store. , fey his relative, who has been indisS. C, is ! s; Way-nesbur- g, J I -- I BE A GOOD LOSE 1 e. I High Class STATIONERY 4 , to Create a Impression j Jlfcvlll w3m7T& A vy fe ? A W(P will posed, but is better now. Mr. and Mrs. LMgan McCall were called to Maretburg last night on account of the death of Mr. McCall's father, Mr. J. J. McCall. J. B. Williams, of Rockwood, Tenn., has been visiting friends around McKinney and other points in county for several days. Mrs. F. L. Thompson, of the Preachersville section, sold her turkeys, 47 in number, to Northcott & Co., of Lancaster, at 20 cents per pound on foot. Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Dunn, of Nashville, Tenn., are the guests of his sister, Mrs. Dan Traylor. They will go to Hustonville the last of the week to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. The Very Latest Styles that the 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. It's old, old saying an motored over from Frankfort and spent Sunday and Monday with Mrs. A. P. Hunn and family. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Goodpaster, east of Stanford, are receiving congratulations from their many friends upon the arrival of a little son in their home. The youngster came on Saturday night and has been named for his father, who says he is a democrat. sure-enough Dunn. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. LeCompte and children, Mr. and Mrs. Phythian Wells, Mrs. Edgar Wells and Mrs. Minor Reddon IT'S A HAT, let it be one you would be proud to wear yourself the name "Phillips & Phillips" in the sweatband is proof, positively ! that you have given him all the hat style and hat quality possible. We are sole agents for Star Hats and National Hats, and selling agents for better makes of other hats. You can't beat this selection anywhere: IF Stetson Hats Tiger Special Star Hats $3.50 and $4.00 3.00 3.00 Fountain Hats National Hats Keith Hats Fox Hats 1.00 and 1.50 -- $2.50 and $3.00 2.50 and 3.00 1.50 and 2.00 How's This? i case of Catarrh Cure. Cat-irrl- We offer One Hundred Dollars Howard for any that cannot be cured by Hall's 1 TO LOSEF s. If you have a charge account or will send check we w 1 issue a certificate for hat to winner selection to be mide at any time. The Penny Drug Store E. R.COLEMAN, Proprietor. PHONE NO. 2 STANFORD, KY. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last J5 years, and believe him perfectly bonordble It. Ml business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm. NAT. BANK OF COMMERCE. Toledo, Ohio. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family TUls for constipation. i. I PHILLIPS&PHILLIP STANFORD'S BIGGEST STORE , I' U ?" The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, November 14, 1916. W' Yi 1 mm mm ,;JF m 11, head lit m,. y&k Qisi wfTMMLki IMRC Illillllliili'!iil!i'ltillliil!!llll!l!l1!l!l!!ini1im of hogs that averaged 175 pounds, last week at $8. They were delivered at Moreland and shipped direct from there to the Cincinnati market. Tol. TimberlaKe, this side of sold to Joe E. Wright, near Shelby City three yearling mare mules at $125. le, i tmmic.msf mat. s.sf&--. aii i, TOBACCO iSiiRREPARED. SMOKERS U.NtiERJHE RRQCESSipiSCOVEREDliN '' P. A. puts new joy FOOT-BAL- L BEST GAME OF THE SEASON :m into the sport of smoking! i; fR , MAKING! EXPERIMENTS TO! PRODUCE 'THE, MtjSTiDB-- ' Wu w; iMKaKi'U mmfisbk35Ks 5!svr,M-i PGHTFUlMNb; SyrtbLEH TriBArrniFftbriK1-- ! ETTE AND FftFE SMOKERS. r"r"",r"il,.,rj'i . ' prqcessiteKted JULY30i907i lii i:,iili .i jMssasH IH ".111 in RjJ.REYNOLbsTOBACCOCOMPANY HI WINSTON SALEM.N.C.U.S:A. ! may live to and never feel old enough to vote, but it's certain-sure you'll not know the joy and YOU Frank North, south of Hustonville, sold to J. H. Yowell, of Hustonville, last week 19 head of yearling steers that averaged 800 pounds at $0.25 a hundred. Judge W. M. Myers, of Hustonville bought a bull from W. D. Hanson, this side of Moreland last week at a nickel a pound that weighed 1,050 pounds. From S. Somone, Judge Myers purchased 15 hogs that averaged 172 pound at $8. Central University against DOES NOT BITEITHE'JPNGUE MliMlBliMSMl m wm s r m mam I'. " ".'I i mmm?mtJ "ML Ul Ul 'STTTTT INI! ft UMWJ I"- -' I II Ml friendly old jimmy pipe or a hand rolled cigarette unless you get on talking-term- s with Prince Albert tobacco! P. A. comes to you with a real reason for all the goodness and satisfaction it offers. It is made by a patented process that removes bite and parch 1 contentment of a You can smoke it long and hard without a comeback! Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality! jlfiillMS Prince Albert it sold everywhere in toppy red bags, Sc; tidy red tin,d 10c; handsome pound and tin humidors and poand that clever crystal-glas- s humidor with top that keeps the tobacco in such splendid condition. half-pounsponge-moistener Prince Albert affords the keenest pipe and cigarette enjoyment! And that flavor and fragrance and coolness is as good as that sounds. P. A. just k! answers the universal demand for tobacco without bite, parch or kick-bac- Introduction to Prince Albert isn't any harder than to walk into the nearest place that sells tobacco and ask for "a supply of P. A." You pay out a little change, to be sure, but it's the cheer-fulle- st investment you ever made! the national I M aJI Jfi WJSsf Tobacco Co., Winston-Sale- joy smoke N. C. Albert Land bought the tract of 97 acres located in Fayette county, opposite the church at Spears, for $45 per acre. The 119 acre tract in Jessamine county was not sold. The last bid was that of Dr. German Miller R. J. Reynold Copyright 1916 by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Farm and Stock News Frank Buchanan, of Paris, sold a pair of fancy mules last week to a North Carolina buyer, for $450. Frank Clay of Paris sold 18 head of cattle to Jonas Weil last week for 7 4 cents a pound. W. H. Magill sold a pair of 3-three-year-old mules to R. L. Hubble for 325 and a heifer for $30. Claude Rayborn, of Cynthiana, purchased from E. B. Barnes, of Lexington, his sixty-si- x acre farm for $100 and acre. J. Morgan Arnold and H. N. Arnold, of Boyle, sold a pair of young: mules to Mr. Pope for $235.00 and one pair to Mr. O'Daniel for $225. Joseph W. Irvine, of Boyle, bought of Judge George W. Coulter, seven800-pound 1-- teen cattle at G 4 cents the pound. Elijiah Carr sold his farm on Hink-sto- n Creek in Bourbon county, con taining 13( 2 acres, to Chas. Keller, of Harrison county, for $18,000. George F. Crawford, out on the Danville pike, sold last week to T. W. Jones a calf for $30.. The firm of Finch, Boone & Ballard, of the East End; sold to W. M. Bright, of Stanford last week, a flock of 208 wethers at $5 a head. After looking over the mule market here for a few hours Monday W. B. Burton, of Lancaster caught the morning train for London, to see what was on the market there, as it wasv court day at the capital of Laurel. W. T. McGirr, of the Bowen section, sold to Maurice Marcum, of Moreland, 50 barrels of corn at $4 last week. To E. M. Barnett, of Danville, Mr. McGirr delivered two loads of corn, made up of 17 shocks in all, for which he received $70.53. W. A. Sandusky, master commissioner of the Jessamine Circuit court sold Monday, for the heirs of L. F. Shanklin part of the farm. Eugene 1-- at $44.50. W. L. Neal, near Moreland, has contracted to deliver to James Yowell of Hustonville, on December 15th, 35 head of steers that will average 1,000 pounds at time of delivery at 7 cents a pound. C M. Back, between Hustonville and Moreland, bought from W. B. Maynard, near McKinney, nine head of calves at $27.50; from M. R. Dam-rofour calves at $25 and one from Jim Yowell at $20. Green Gooch, of Waynesburg, bought late last week for Senator R. L. Hubble, of the city a mare mule from a Mr. Edding-toof the Fishing Creek section, for n, five-year-old n, $225. Yowell & Ends, of Hustonville. sold to T. W. Jones, of this city 102 CRIFFON THING You will know you have on the Correct Dress if you have a "Griffon" Suit or Overcoat these are the season's newest. j VfiaSnvffi' , is mm f 'fr (a$ r V Crossett Shoes for men. The Selby Shoe for ladies. "Sally Walker" and Walton Shoes for misses. ' I- Our Shoe stock is the largest in town. No advance in prices. , December at $7. These will weigh from 950 to 1,000 pounds. From Joe Irvine, of Boyle, Mr. Baughman bought 15 feeding cattle, that will average 1,040 pounds; a dozen of them at $6.50 and three at $G. From Will Cook, of Garrard, the same buyer purchased for Mr. Weil a couple of loads of sloppers at $7.50. The M. J. Farris, Sr., cattle, which have been fed by Shanks & Myers at the former's farm on the Somerset pike, south of Stanford, were bought by Tim McCauley, of Louisville, for Kennett & Co., last week. When weighed up they averaged 1,292 pounds. Twenty-fiv- e head wont at $7 a hundred and the remainder at $7.50 a hundred. From James H. Woods, 'Tape's Diapepsin" Fixes Sick, Sour on the Knob Lick Pike, the same buyer purchased 10 head of fat catUpset Stomachs In Five tle, which averaged 1,215 pounds at Minutes $7.50. You don't want a slow remedy YOUNG MOTHER DIES when your stomach is bad or an The sad news was received from or a harmful New pastle, Ind., Sunday of the uncertain one is too valuable; one you your stomach death there of Mrs. Tom C. Back, mustn't injure it with drastic drugs. who before her marriage about a Pape's Diapepsin is year ago, was Miss Lucile Dinwiddie, speed in giving relief; noted for its its harmless-nesof Moreland, the attractive daughter its certain, unfailing action in of Col. and Mrs. John B. Dinwiddie. regulating sick, sour, gassy stomachs. A wire came to the distressed parIts millions of cures ents of each Saturday to the effect dyspepsia, gastritis and in indigestion, that Mrs. Back was in a precarious trouble has made itother stomach famous the condition following the birth of her world over. baby and the next news received was stomach this of hei death. Definite information in Keep home perfect it handy doctor get a keep your had not been received when the I. J. large fifty-cecase from any drug report closed, but it was expected store and then if anyone hould eat that the remains would be brought something which doesn't agree with back to her home in the West End them, if what they eat lays like lead, for interment. Both the parents, and ferments and sours and forms gas; the young husband have the sympathy causes headache, dizziness and nauof a host of friends in this hour of sea; eructations of acid and unditheir deep bereavement. gested food remember as soon as Pape's Diapepsin come in contact with the stomach all such distress vanishes. Its promptness, certainty and ease in overcoming the worst Having 'decided to wind up my stomach disorders is a revelation to 90-- 1 business, on account of my age, I those who try it. will on Walter Martin of the Turnersville WEDNESDAY, NOV. 15th 1916. section, has engaged to buy a dozen hogs from J. J. Seevers, of the same beginning at 9:30 o'clock A. M., community at $9 next February. Mi sell to the highest bidder all of my Seevrs says he will have them averproperty, consisting of my house, lo- aging 200 pounds at that time. cated in Moreland, Ky., opposite the Christian church, with 8 rooms, ' porches, good cistern and well and TOBACCO BRINGS HIGH PRICES The News published at Burlington, all necessary outbuildings. A nice vineyard. About oneacre of land. N. C, quotes some very fancy One house and lot, opposite graded prices on tobacco, that is now selling school building, with 6 rooms, 2 on their market. Here are a few of porches, good well and out buildings. the best sales given: 268 pounds at One house and lot, near Milledgeville $32, 100 at 33, 102 at 48, 108 at 28, crossing, with 3 rooms, etc. This 154 at 48, 232 at 32. 260 at 23, 138 property is all well located. One a t29, 202 at 22, 422 at 28, 114 at boundary of knob land, consisting of 30, 274 at 17.50, 232 at 24.50, 104 about 175 acres. Will be sold as a at 62, 64 at 59. There are possibly whole or in three tracts. This land 100 sales reported and the lowest adjoins the Bradfordsville & Huston- price given was 210 pounds at 15.50 ville pike. 120 acres of knob Jand ad- per cwt. joining the lands of John Boyle, deceased. About 20 acres cleared, small PHILLIPS WALKER. house, etc. 20 acres knob land adNews has been received by relajoining the land of N. J. Cone. For tives here of the wedding at Newinformation see or write. J. H. port Saturday of Miss Ollie Phillips, PRUITT, Moreland, Ky. formerly of Liberty, but recently of Will also atthe same time and Cincinnati to Wm. Walker, of Hart-wel- l, place sell the following personal Ohio. The bride has frequently property: visited her frist cousin, Miss GerHORSES trude Wilkinson, here and is very One bay horse, seven years old; pretty and accomplished. The groom ten years old; one bay is a son of the Presbyterian minister one horse, smooth mouth; one bay mare, of his town and is said to be a fine smooth mouthed; one sorrel horse, young man. three years old, good walker; one Shetland pony colt. MIRACLE GERKEY MULES Claude Gerkey and Miss Cordie One pair of black mules, four and Miracle, both of the Green river secfive years old, good worker; one tion, were married at Rev. Joseph pair of black horse mules, coming Ballou's by that gentleman Tuesday. three years old, 15 2 hands high, The groom is a prosperous young farLot of buggies, surreys and har-nes- s, mer aged 20. His bride, who is pretty also lot of household goods. and popular, is just a year his junior. CATTLE One Jersey cow, five years old, MOSER MOSER will be fresh Jan. 1st: two black cows Marriage license was issued six years old; two Jersey cows, eight to Dan Moser to wed Miss years old; one Jersey cow, two years Moser. The marriage was to old; one Jersey cow, seven years old, at Lancaster Tuesday. with calf by side, a splendid milker; three red high grade three years old v cows, broke to milk; one red cow, JOHN WHITE & CO. five years old, good milker; one Hereford bull, two years old; one LOUISVILLE, KY. high grade red bull, one year old; Liberal assortment four long yearling steers; four good and full value paid spring steer calves; six good spring tor " dlKBH aVie? iBHibbSyN Fl P1TPV fl.l V(S FURS TERMS.' Liberal and made known raw on day of sale. Don't forget the hour Hides and 9 :30 A. M. J. H. & G. B. PRUITT Beat $kin and OTHERS. 88-- 3 J. B. Dinwiddie, Auctioneer. Acting for Jonas Weil, of Lexington, J. H. Baughman, south of Danville, bought two loads of fat cattle which are contratced to be delivered the 20th of November. These cattle are in prime condition and will average very close to 1,500 pounds. The sum of $8.75 was paid for 40 head of them, the best, while two others only brought $7.50 a head. From E. J. Godbey, of Hustonville, J. H. Baughman bought 10 head of steers to be delivered the middle of Transylvania University of Lexington At Danville Friday Afternoon, Nov. 17 Spalding Hill and Sam Embry will be in the game. Come over and see a fine contest GOSHEN HONOR ROLL Grade G. Nannie Gooch. Grade 5. Fleecy Gooch, William F. Gooch, Sue Dudderar. Grade 3. Brown Breedlove, Helen Gooch. Grade 1. Mark Boone, James Gooch, Louis Gooch, Franklin SUGAR GROVE HONOR ROLL Stomach Acts Fine! No Indigestion, Gas, Heartburn, Acidity! s; Primary Elbert James, Robert Grade 1. Garland James. Grade 2 Addie Tucker. Grade 3. James Edwin Livingston. Grade 4. Elda French, Bertie Livingston, Rachel Tucker, James Tucker. Grade 6. 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