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T. ioN T , The Inte - No. 93 When It Seemed '5 I" i TT I LiiviA,iJ i . .iWxr V Established 1860.57th Year Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, November 24, 1916. Tue 'fys an Jays IT'S ALL OVER NOV Flour Extinguishes Fire 30 Indictments Returned Will Mean A Fortune Killed By Electric Car 'A HUGHES WIRES CONGRATULATIONS TO WILSON. V , INSrff TWO That George H. Grand Jury Finishes And Court Will If Hemp Breaking Machine Invented Young Son of D. V. Kennedy Meets ' jg By Local Men Makes Good Adjourn This Week Death in New York Farris' Grocery Was Doomed MEN .r isJQh Hemp breaking machines are beNovember wnue trying to eaten an electric Grand JuVy. term of circuit court Flour proved that in some cases it lis Indictment Ac is as efficacious as water as a fire will adjourn tomorrow, having finish- coming such an important item of the tram irom nis nome at tne wonts ol Official Count In California Shows extinguisher Wednesday night about ed its three weeks' session. The grand equipment of every farmer who the Chevrolet Motor Company, where j cusing Wiu'x'jrry and Dee Kidd Victory For All of 13 Demoseven o'clock when the acetylene gas jury finished up its work Wednesday raises hemp in Lincoln county that he was employed, Lawrence Kennedy, of Rape and House Breaking tank at the grocery store of George and adjourned. It returned a total two of Lincoln county's most suc- son of Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Kennedy, cratic Electors H. Farris at the corner of Main and of 30 indictments into court for cessful young hemp men have invent- of this city, was injured so badly at lestimony Deiore tne granu jury nf I' sitting Somerset streets took fire. The blaze crimes ranging from murder down. ed and patented a hemp breaking ma- r "V n'pinVir Thnrirfnir " :C Lakewood, N. J., November 22. this week, followed by indict- .,:', own. They quickly, and efforts Only one murder indictment was chine of nts for rape .and housebreaking Charles E. Hughes this evening con- began spreading with water and then brought, it being against John Baker, Holtzclaw their his brother, are Sam His brother, R W. Kennedy of this; Wesley and it ceded the of President to extinguish with sacking and blak-et- s who Holtzclaw, who this week received mri. WAtit tnr thn Ttttrminc nnrl Tnnlr King W .W "IWJ ....M..., ....V. Wilson. The Republican nominee for smothered it unavailing. Mr. Farris knife killed Renzo some with a corn patents, on a breaking machine they them to Lexington for interment. " Mr. foulest crimes that has ever been per ago. weeks at proved President was advised late today shouted to John Bright to grab the The trial Moreland was set for the have been working on for sometime. Kennedy was just 32 years of age petrated in Lincoln county. The the official canvass of votes in books and get out, thinking there was second dayofofBakerFebruary term of They applied for patents last April and unmarried. Besides his father and crime was an attack made upon Mrs. that the her California was completed and that He is in jail here. Other- - in and are greatly pleased at securing mother, he is survived by three bro- Robert Padgett, who lives with and extinguish the blaze Wilson had carried the state by a little chance to the fire department. court. husband, between Waynesburg dictments returned by the grand jury the papers protecting them in their thers, before arrival of and is cWed by them and safe margin. He then wrote out the Hie TeJ.: The cry of fire, however, quickly were: two for rape; four for having invention, which, they say, tests have following telegram: wno went uauie mu ium otneis brought many in to see what help liquor in possession for purpose of proven to be superior to anything on o,i rco,. tt,V.,w1,, f TVTr,; T,l jury with having been committed by "The President, they could give. Joe T. Embry, the sale; two for disturbing religious the market, and a successful hemp He was born at McKinney, this coun Will Perry "The White House, Washington, D. C. well known high school student and worship; three for assault and bat- breaking machine has so far been ty, but had been living in Nashville and Dee Jxidd, two men ot "Because of the closeness of the foot ball star, was among the first in, tery; two for conducting a public one of the that section, a few weeks ago. Nothgoals of and Muncie for several years before ing was said of at the time as both "vote I have awaited the official count and it was his quick suggestion that nuisance; two for petit larceny; two all inventors. it going to Yonkers where he had a nice virin California, and, now that it is B. Jones, one of the biggest position in the upholstery repartment Mrs. Padgett and her husband are open Josh a of for tually completed, permit me to ex- sacks theflour be cut saved and thrown and maintaining for public nuisance; hemp growers in this section of the of the big motor works there. He was said to have been in mortal terror upon blaze breaking into a one each the day. A to you my congratulations upon force of men that of the two men. tend began pouring flour storehouse; buggery; horse stealing, state, this week got in from Win- a member of the Catholic church and men have skippedSince that time both out, it was said be- your onto the blaze and within a few min- obstructing a railroad, issuing a chester, a Skinner hemp breaking of the 'Modern Woodman's lodge. also to express my best utes it was successfully smothered "cold check," injuring cattle, break- machine. This machine is also a new His employers did everything possible ; fore the grand jury. Bench warrants "I desire wishes for a most successful admin- and put out, and a very disastrous ing into a dwelling with into to com- invention. It is operated by a gaso- for him, and great regret was ex will be issued for them at once, and ap- Charles. E. Hughes." istration. conflagration prevented. Mr. Fai-riby all who knew him mit a felony, carrying deadly weap- line engine, and breaks on each side. the every effort will be made to William R. Wilcox, Chairman of says his damage will not amount to ons concealed, false swearing, house- The Holtzclaw boys say that if the promls-- ! Pend them The crime of rape en i: mnrt.nl offnse and mav be nunish- the Republican National Committee, over $25 probably. He carries $4,000 breaking, burglary, malicious shoot- Skinner machine is a success theirs injr y""g man. for such a told fid by death am, f this evening issued the following insurance on his stock, which he says, ing and wounding, assault and breach will be a great deal more so for they ' hv both Mrs. Padgett and her hus- statement from the headquarters, would not nearly have covered the of the peace. The grand jury exam- say their machine will break six times CARD OF THANKS I band are true, and they are substan- Fifth avenue and Forty-secon- d street loss at present, and he has in an ex- ined the jail and the courthouse and as much hemp in a given time as the We wish to thank the Chevrolet i tinfoil hv nthpr rosidonts of that sec- . ,.. New York City: Thanksgiving and made the following written report to Skinner machine. If their machine Motor Company and other friends at wv.va . w..w. tra large "Having conferred by telephone Christmas stock of tion. both Perry and Kidd stand in goods. will do what they believe it will and Yonkers, N. Y., and elsewhere who the court: of the during the day and late this afterWe, the jury insrected the jail and it will be given exhaustive tests this were so kind and thoughtful in every grave danger is said electric chair, about them is noon with the Republican State Comseason, these well known local young way at the time of the accident and and if what courthouse and found both and true, they richly deserve it. mitteemen and the Republican Na- $10,000 Worth of Turks well kept. Sanitary measuresclean used men have a fortune easily in their are death of our beloved son and bro Robert Padgett is an aged farmer tional Committeemen of California, in keeping the jail in proper condi- grasp. ther, Lawrence Kennedy. Their good j about 65 years old, and said to be in I am informed that the official can- Slaughtered Here for Thanksgiving tion and we feel to congratulate words and kind deeds are truly ap feeble health. His wife is some years vass of the vote has been so nearly Market by Local Firm MIRACLE GERKEY Jailer DeBorde and wife on their preciated. D. V. Kennedy and wife, his junior, perhaps 45 years of age; completed that no change will regood work in caring for the prisoners. 93-- 1 A beautiful home wedding was sol- P. W. Kennedy and family. she is also in delicate health both sult from the few precincts not Northcott and Tudor, of this citv, whose misfortune it is to be confin- - emnized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. mentally and physically, and has counted in the returns thus far com- have bought over $10,000 worth of led in the county bastile E. C. Wal C. C. Gerkey at Green River WedSPECIAL SERVICE FOR MEN been a partial invalid for some time. piled. turkeys, delivered at Stanford ior ton, Foreman, Nov. 21, 1916. nesday evening, Nov. 15th, at three Good congregations continue to On the night they name, they say "This means that the majorities for the Thanksgiving market, and are An interesting protheir oldest son, the Wilson Electors in California dressing them and loading them into ceeding was taken and theunusual when o'clock, when married to Miss Claude attend the revival services at the that the Perry and Kidd men came by court Cordie Baptist church conducted by Evange- to their house, drunk, broke into the range from 1,200 to 3,800 and that fast freight cars for shipment to the the judgment of 1 cent and costs as- Gerkey was Miracle, of this is the final message for which eastern market. Mr. Tudor, Charley sessed against M. S. Baughman by a was simply Mason's Gap. The home list O. E. Bryan, morning and even- dwelling and, threatening death to decorated in daisies and ings. There were four additions to the aged husband if he interferred, we have been waiting. As far as any Pendleton and others have been keep- jury last week, on a charge having potted plants and about thirty-fiv- e the church this week. Services will both men attacked Mrs. Padgett. Anrecount is concerned, the National ing guard at the turkey pens with his fence too far out on the of pike, was Committee is not advised of suffi- loaded weapons each night, to pre- set aside and the ease thrown out of guests were present. Intimate friends continue next week. A special men's other witness is said to have told the and cient grounds to call for such an ap- vent any theft of the very valuable court, when it was shown that there of the bride rinjr groom assembled to meeting will be held Sunday after- grand jury that before going to tho witness the ceremonv perform- noon at 3 o'clock at the Baptist home of the Padgetts, one of the two plication." cargoes. "Turkey Tom" Gooch, of was no indictment ajrainst him on Rp.v. 7,nno- - nt. Hifrhl-- nl Rntli church and a women's meeting at the men charged with the assault told Republican leaders decided todav McKinney, has been doing most of such a charge, and that the trial had ...1 hv and ire very popular younc people ,.,, Christian church at the same hour. A what he was going to do, and was there was no necessity for demand- the buying and delivering of the been gone into upon the mistaken nro hoimr hncv ra:.nn cordial invitation is extended to every urged not to do such a thing, but being a recount. They gave up the last fowls to Stanford. He has deliveerd supposition that he had been indicted ! u0;,. .w..u . ;tvii jww wh.iivj faintjiope they had held when they 4,000 so far, which, he says will aver- along with others by the previous tt" friends. .Themn.i waynr. attrac- - man and woman in this section to at- ing drunk at the time, paid no atbride is the tend these two special services. Reg- tention to the warning, and went "met in conference and received in- age 13 pounds to the bird, and as the grand jury on this charge. J. B. Hon many by telephone from San price has averaged 20 cents a pound, aker foreman of the grand jury which tive young daughter., of Mr. and ular services will be held each morn- ahead with the dastardly deed. formation L. Miracle, groom Both Kidd and Perry are said to that the canvass was about it can readily be seen that the hand- brought in a number of "fence" in- Mrs. E.son of C. C. while theHe is a ing and night. is the Gerkey. completed. have left that section, and their some figure of $10,400 has been dictments at a previous term of hustling and prominent yountr busPASSENGER TRAIN DERAILED Charles B. Warren, of Michigan; paid to turkey raisers in this section court, went before the court and tes- iness man in every whereabouts are unknown at present. Theodore E. Burton and James R. of the county within the past few tified that no indictment had been a good helpmate. way and deserves West bound L. and N. passenger Both are men of family. Their wives After the ceremony Garfield, of Ohio and Mr. Wilcox, weeks. It is hard to obtain an esti- in against Mr. Baughman, a delightful weeding supper was train No. 24, due here at 4:40 A. M. and friends are understood to vigors, George W. and Herbert did not pass Stanford until near 10 ously deny that they committed any mate of how many have been sold in fas did Wes Ho ltzclaw, clerk of the of New York, were in the con- other parts of the county, but the grand jury, and did W. P. Dishon, a a delightful wedding supper was o'clock Thursday morning, on account such awful crime, such as they are served at the home of the groom's of a wreck at Williamsburg, concern- charged with, and the wife of one is ference. The party leaders in many Thanksgiving business in Lincoln member of that grand jury. parents. states have been urging the managers will easily approximate $15,000, while ing which a dispatch from that city said to have sent word to Mrs. Pad-eet- t, A $9,000 judgment against the warning her against telling to concede the election, it was learn- the Christmas business will be half Cincinnati, New Orleans and Texas said: The engine, baggage and exYOUNG MAN PASSES AWAY ed. press cars of Louisville and Nashville "any such lie as that" on her husor of that amount. Pacific Railroad Company was given The Death Angel visited the home passenger train No. 32, north bound, band. California Safe. As usual the largest check given by a jury this week in the case of The whole affair is a horrible and Careful checking of all pi'ecincts by Mr. Gooch for birds was to Miss George Jones' administrator against of Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Broughton, on went into a ditch one mile north of in California shows there is no possi- Mary North, who has gained the rec- that railroad. Jones was a resident of last Saturday night and took away Williamsburg''iWea-eda- ,' afternoon, almost unbelievable. It is expected bility of President Wilson losing Cal- ord as the champion turkey raiser of this county. While working as a sec- their loving son, Amos Josiah. He was the engine junfDif)the trick taking that every power of the law will be n lirinrr VinMr JtVir --WA Tnon .. ifornia, according to the announce- Lincoln county by always delivering tion hand on this road in Kenton 10 years old and a bright and beauti- the baggage;.- wi?m&smemvmM-it- . ?nrrtt-o".v,. y """, ."-by the Democratic State Cen- the largest number each year. She, cfiynty.,, be was struck by an engine ful child. He was' loved bv all who rrank Ha?. ment tne grave.cnarges agamsct K3X race ilHBlM' VSKfSHW njxn4tojriliatho. scJiBrwbipun!HES hrniiH.leaes.a-father,,moth5jiviv ;rc tral Committee. The committee's sold JUr. Gooch yo l8wll'"''' injuries which caused his knewfoul" WOthe'rs anu two sisters to 'H enn.. seri6ulsfr checking shows thjowest iJemoaticejghcd , a ishment upon them If they are proven caped former trial, a jury unci ' . " i cTe5ft-tmourn the loss of their loved one. He ffave"l',2!F(rvoes more'TnaiT ner checK tor them guilty. s;saeWKfffcj aijr,dtl $10,000 damages against the highest Republican elector and resides south of Hustinvmetjti? Afe. ranroau, wnicn was reversed, how- - is now around the throne of God, THE MARKETS gives the highest Democratic elector News of the Churches Cincinnati Hogs Receipt's 4,800;' Z2LZ2r?&; f ' ;ver.vbvxthe court of anneals. Attor- - where no sorrow nor death can come. gone but nor will a , o' 3.500 over the highest 'neystEmmet Puryear, of Danville and He is memory not forgotten Sweetest steady; common to choice $22.214.171.124 The pastor. Dr. F. W. Eberhardt, t ever. fade. The official count will be Breaks A Collin? stags, $6.00(0)8.25; rtCattle Receipts George D. Florence, of Stanford, his .. ....,- v. -- " nr thoughts will ever linger around the i,uu; uuu; neuers, $o.uiKari.zo; cai- - jli - .wiiwfcvii l.li ted this week. c represented the plaintiff, and At- grave where he is laid. He was laid Danvnie Bantist church. Few- Hours It! torney K. S. Alcorn, of this city the ves, slow .4.,(ol l.uy. cattle Ke- - i ppv F to rest in the Ephesus graveyard af- ceipts, 1,000 dull; heifers $o.00(p) ron,iuc.timr M Tindor. of Lancaster, is V'DE $200,000 ON WHEAT defendant company. a revival at White Oak funeral services 3 . C. Caddell, a Cincinnati south-ma- il First Dose of Pape's Cold ComMinor civil cases occupied the at- ter W. Dishon. A conducted by Rev. i.l&; calves slow, schoolhouse. Sister-in-laLoving crn clerk, who is said to have SheeD Receipts 300; steady." $4.00 tention of the court since this trial. J. J. F. B. Rev. W. D. Welburn will preach at pound Relieves All Grippe "cleaned up" $200,000 speculating 7.00; lambs slow, $7.00 10.75. Neal's Creek church Sunday evening In the suit of Hall Anderson against Misery. in wheat, has judiciously invested his Chicago December wheat dropped to at 6 o'clock instead of afternoon as J. Nevin Carter over some laid, the TEACHERS' SALARIES HERE $1.80 pronis in some line uiue grass larms jury found for Cartel-- . In the suit usual. mostlv in Mercer county. He bought Supt. Garland Singleton informed Don't stay rtuffed-up- ! of DV. C M. Thompson against Ida Presbyterian church, Sunday, Nov. the Wm. Spilman farm of 400 acres I. J. this morning that the NovBAZAAR Quit blowing and snuffling! A dose Ringo, the jury found for the defend- the CHRISTMAS 26. Sunday School at 9:55: morning at S150 per acre. Mr. Caddell ember salaries for the county school The ladies of the Presbyterian service 11: C. E. meeting 6:30. The of "Pape's Cold Compound" taken ant. Dr. T. 0. Meredith farm of every two hours until three doses Messrs. R. H. Bronaugh, of Crab teachers has arrived and will be paid church will have a Christmas sale of Grace of Gratitude. Evening service GO acres at $140 per acre. This farm are taken will end grippe misery and Orchard, J. T. Burleson, of Waynes- to tnem at once. The money is a fancy articles, Japanese goods, can- omitted because of revival service' has no impi'ovemens. He hI.o "' break up a severe cold either in the burg, and R. M. Newland, of Stan- couple weeks late but will come in dy, cake and other eatables, Satur- at the Bantist church. the Reeves farm at $27,150 head, chest or limbs. ford, qualified as jury commissioners very handy to purchase a Thanks- day, Dec. 9th, at 10 A. M., in the Rev. W. S. Grinstead will nreach giving turkey, anyway. and the Jones farm of 143 acres at It promptly opens clogged-u- p nos- under appointment of the court. rear of the Postoffice. All members at the Methodist church next Sunday $140 per acre. After selling his farm trils and air passages; stops nasty are requested to contribute and send morning. Nov. 26th at 11 o'clock. George D. Hopper was sworn in as Mr. Spilman then bought the W. H. discharge or nose running; relieves an attorney to practice before this on day of sale. A This is Rev. Grinstead's first effort MASON'S GAP articles in eai-lCarson farm of G10 acres at $150 sick headache, dullness, feverishness. court. School at Mason's Gap is progress- doll table for the children. Hot choco- since he broke down last April. His 93-- 1 per acre. Every acre of this farm is sore throat, sneezing, soreness and An allowance of $50 was made by ing nicely, having good attendance late served. subject will be "A Crown for the in bluegrass, and an hour after he stiffness. the court to Francis Weatherford for and Miss Billie Howard the teacher. Man Who Fails." bought it Mr. Cardcll called on Car"Pape's Cold Compound" is the the jiriest of Elmer Denny, who was PIE SUPPER Misses Effie and Martha Daugher-t- y Christian Church. Sundav, Nov. 26 son to buy it, but missed buying it by quickest, surest relief known and convicted of horse stealing. have entered school again after There will be a pie supper at GosA special Children's service will be an hour. costs only 25 cents at drug stores. It being absent on the account of the hen Wednesday night, Nov. 29. given. Those who remember the is welcome. All the girls are splendid acts without assistance, tastes nice, illness of their father. The teacher entertainment given last GOOD WORD FOR SINGLETON says that she is always glad to have urged to come and bring pies and June will look forward to this one and causes no inconvenience. Don't Here, There, 93-- 1 Marion F. Pogue, Inspector and accept a substitute. the young men to bring their pocket with much interest. The children will the girls in school. Examiner of the Department of PubMiss Lunette Hurst, who has been books. There will be a contest for the begin promptly at 10 o'clock so come A gusher is reported to have been lic Education at Frankfort, was here drilled near Williamsburg in Whitley very ill is improving we are glad to most popular young lady. The pro- on time or you will miss part of the Report of the condition of Thursday going over the office of ceeds are to be used for the benefit program. C. E. Meeting at 6:30. know. county. THE PEOPLE'S BANK County Superintedent of SchoolsJ, Miss Catherine Terry and Miss of the school. Let everybody come The loss of the Rice Lumber ComGarland Singleton. Mr. Pogue told doing business at the town of Besie Kirk and Miss Bessie Green, of and have an old fashioned good time. Report of the condition of in the I. J. that he found the census of county of Lincoln, State of panywas the big fire at Pineville Sun- Neal's Creek and Miss Lizzie Davis day $15,000. THE BANK OF MORELAND county and other records in first Kentucky at the close of business on the Report of the condition of Flora Robbins visited the Clay, Webster county, has increas- and Miss Mason's Gay Monday after- THE McKINNEY DEPOSIT BANK doing business at the town of More-lan- d, class shape and he highly commend- the 9th day of November, 1916. school at ed its license on soft drink stands noon. county of Lincoln, state of ed the work of Supt. Singleton, and doing business at the town of McKinRESOURCES the County Board of Education in Loans and Discounts $70,907.76 from $1,000 to $3,000 a year. Misses Effie Daugherty and Bessie ney, county of Lincoln, state of Ken- Kentucky, at the close of business, Congressman their conduct of the educational af- Overdrafts, secured and Fields, of the 9th Daugherty visited Miss Annie Hale tucky, at the close of busiress on 9th on the 9th dav of November, 1916. RESOURCES fairs of the county. dav of November, 1916. 1,019.87 district, reports he spent $270 in his Sunday afternoon. unsecured Loans and Discounts .. . $31,147.22 Due from Banks RESOURCES 13,843.35 race for Mr. Richard Daugherty was up Cash on hand ...$26,923.44 Overdrafts, secured and 3,763.82 This year's prospective sugar crop from Huntsville visiting his uncle, Loans and Discounts "Cascarets" For 168.98 unsecured Banking house, furniture Overdrafts, secured and in Louisiana was reduced by about Mrs. Charles Daugherty. 17,896.18 48.75 Due from banks unsecured 6,200.00 10 per cent, by the freeze of Novand fixtures Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Robbins and son Liver And Bowels 1,763.72 Cash on hand assets not and Miss Billie Howard and Miss Stocks, Bonds and other ember If Sick Or Bilious Otherunder any ofincluded 144.00 Checks and other cash Securities above Fiona Robbins and Mr. George Hurst Jack London, famous American 10.00 items 7,041.82 heads 7.06 novelist, died Wednesday night at visited Mr. Lub Hoskins last Sunday Due from banks 2,895.69 Banking House, Fui'niture Cash on band Tonight! Clean Your Bowels And Stop and report a fine dinner. his home in California after a brief 3,000.00 and Fixtures Total Mr. Char.ys Daugherty, Avho has Checks and other cash $95,801.86 illness. Headache, Colds, Sour 1,286.50 25.00 Other Real Estate items LIABILITIES Stomach. been ill for some time is improving Villa himself with between 4,000 Capital stock, paid in writing which all are glad Banking House, Furniture and 5,000 men captured Parral, ac- at this $55,272.60 Total 4,250.00 and Fixtures in cash ' $25,000.00 cording to word brought to El Paso to know. Get a box now. LIABILITIES 201.23 ras;r.ls out the head- Surplus fund has been received here Other Real Estate Turn the The news 3,500.00 by three American refugees. Capital Stock, paid in, in indigestion, the Undivided profits, less exache, biliousness, Mrs. Ollie James, wife of the Unit- that Jesse Farmer, of Neal's Creek $15,000.00 cash $41,529.93 penses and taxes paid Total sick, sour stomach and bad colds 306.87 ed States Senator James, of Kentucky has recently married. We all wish 1,800.00 Surplus Fund LIABILITIES turn them out tonight and keep them Deposits subject was presented to 'the empress of Ja- him all the happiness and success that Undivided Profits, less exCapital Stock, paid in, in to check ....$51,976.87 had. with Cascarets. could be pan Monday. 289. 59 penses and taxes paid.... $15,000.00 cash Millions of men and women take a Time deposits 9,963.76 61,904.63 Our school teacher, Miss Billie Chicago saloons have raised the 2,214.79 Deposits subject Cascaret now and then and never Due banks and trust Howard has received news rrom her Surplus Fund price of beer by reducing the size $37,183.01 to check Tcnow the misery caused by a lazy companies has 1,054.3G of nickel glasses to the father at Crab Orchard, that hePen- Undivided Profits, less ex375.16 Time deposits.... 1,000.00 38,183.01 penses and taxes paid.... liver, clogged bowels, or an upset Bills payable purchased a beautiful home in 4,000.00 size of those used before. 22,939."98 Deposits stomach. John Thacker, residing near Clay nington Gap, Vx, were they will Demand subject to check $55,272.60 Total Certificates of Total ... Don't put in another day of dis$95,801.86 City in Powell county, committed make their home in the future. , 1,000.00 State of Kentucky, Deposits tress. Let Cascarets cleanse your State of Kentucky, suicide by shooting himself in the County of Lincoln, Set. stomach: remove the sour, ferment- County of Lincoln, Set. head with a shotgun. His mind was GARRARD FARM SELLS AT $115. e. We, B. B. King, and Chas. A. $41,529.93 Total We, W. M. Myers and J. W. Hos-kin- s, unbalanced by illness. week sold his ing food; take the excess bile from Mack Hendren last President and Cashier of the Thomas We. E. J. Tanner and Cleo president and cashier of the your liver and carry out all the constiAnother local option election has farm on the Mt. Eden pike, near pated waste matter and poison in the above named bank, do solemnly been called for Pulaski county Mon- Bryantsville, in Garrard county to President and Cashier of the above above named Bank, do solmnly swear med bank, do solemnly swear that that the above statement is true to paid for the swear that the above statement is day, January 6, 1917. Pulaski is now Mart Bogie. The bowels. Then you will feel great. Cascaret tonight straightens you true to the best of our knowledge dry but the $115 an acre. There are the above statement is true to the the best of our knowledge and bevA it is said to land was lief. out by morning. They work while and belief. be about up, and this election will 170 acres in the farm, which is one best of our knowledge and belief. B. B. KING. President E. J. Tanner, President, you sleep. A W. M. MYERS. President, in that section of Garbox from any of the nicest settle the matter a while longer. CHAS. A. WILHOITE, Cashier Cleo Thomas, Cashier. drug store means a clear head, sweet J. W. HOSKINS. Cashier. Georgetown College defeated rard.. Subscribed and sworn to before Subscribed and sworn to before Subscribed and sworn to before Transylvania University at Lexingstomach and clean, healthy liver and "bowel action for months. Children me this 20th day of November. 1916. ton Thursday 12 to 2. C. U. goes to Urev Woodson says they have me this 18th day of November, 1916. me this 20th day of November. 1916. 28, 1918 love Cascarets because they never My commission expires Jan. 25, 1918 Georgetown changed the name of Oyster Bay to My Commission expires March 19, My Commission expires Jan. Public. to play the victors G. B. Pruitt, Notary 93-- 1 1920. F. M. Ware, Notary Public. & gripe or sicken. J. H. Hocker, Notary Public. Thanksgiving, Blue Point. 5 Jf r Wk 7V A f 3 J iRIME a.;": r; ":rSt I ; on 1 "- " .H-.4- Snvr o&v ." long-sought-f- or s e unf-ouat- I es the-stori"- -- - I -- v-- o bi-oug- Pai-son- s Per-Icin- two-thir- ds 1 " -- i . o ttS "At . -.- ijfr !f,-'- Re-1jbHr- -n. Try !( rtv-rr- i- 1 - .. ! 3-- 4. pur-cased-t- he y Ev-ei'ybo- dy Hus-tonvill- e, Try 15-1- 6. 10-ce- nt two-thir- ds Wil-hoit- pi-ic- e three-year-lim- 10-ce- nt i t, if I' fW-- . Page Two DFHe Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, Novembei 24, 1916. CONDITION OF Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER 17, 1916 LIABILITIES $1 00,000.00 Bills $353,782.56 Capital Stock U. S. and County Bonds 130,000.00 Surplus and Profits 57,937.60 97,700.00 Stock Fed. Res. Bank 4,550.00 Circulation Banking House 327,019.36 0,300.00 DEPOSITS 5 7,602.90 Due from Banks Cash and U. S. Treas.... 26,421.50 Ladies Trunks H;and Bags ., ASSETS Suit Cases Steamers J $582,656.96 j- , - $582,656.96 CONDITION OF Everybody travels. Everybody carries some kind of traveling luggage. Whatever you want, whether hand bag, suit case or trunk, we want to furnish it. Hand Bags, nothing but leather and good ones, too, $5 to $10. Suit Cases, in paper, $1 and $1.50. Imitation leather, $2.50 and $3.50. Cowhide, $5, $7.50, $10 and $12.50. Walrus, $15. Trunks, $3.50 to $10. Steamers, $7.50, $8.50 and $10. YOU WILL BE PROUD TO CARRY ONE OF OUR COWHIDE BAGS OR SUIT CASES IN BLACK OR TAN. Lincoln Trust Company STANFORD, KENTUCKY, NOVEMBER 17, 1916 LIABILITIES Bills $ 23,860.24 Capital Stock $ 25,000.00 74.3 7 Cash in Bank 2,557.55 Interest 1,512.40 68.98 Trus. and Grdn. Funds Interest and Expenses... 1 McRoberts & Bailey STANFORD, KENTUCKY ASSETS $ 26,586.77 $ 26,586.77 COMBINED STATEMENT OF Lincoln County National Bank and Lincoln Trust Company STANFORD, KENTUCKY. LIABILITIES Bills $1 25,000.00 $377,642.80 Capital Stock U. S., County Bonds & Surplus and Profits 57,842.99 Stocks 97,700.00 134,550.00 Circulation ,5 2.40 Banking House 0,300.00 Trust and Grdn. Funds Cash 327,019.36 86,58 .95 Deposits 1 ASSETS 1 1 1 $609,074,7t5. $609,074.75 such that we are able to ofThe Functipns.and Facilities of jhjs office-are- , fer you just a little bit better service than'the ordinary Country Bank. We pay 3 per cent interest on Time Certificates of Deposit. Make loans on acceptable security at current interest rates. Collect Drafts and Notes payable anywhere in the United States. Sell checks and drafts payable anywhere in the United States. The Lincoln Trust Company is authorized under the State laws to act as Administrator, Executor, Guardian, Trustee, and in many other capacities ; secures for depositors information as to the financial standing of business houses; have for the use of our customers private boxes in burglar proof vaults for storing of Valuable Papers. We are members of the Federal Reserve Bank, Cleveland, Ohio; of The American Bankers' Assoociation ; of the Kentucky Bankers' Association. "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE" STANFORD, KENTUC KY. ::::::::::: :::::::: m For Sheriff J. H. LIVINGSTON. ansub- - Creek: Beginning at two white oaks; thence N. 83 W. 18 poles to a hickory; thence N. 39 W. 20 poles to a fallen white oak; thence N. 18 W. 26 poles to two poplars; thence N. 55 W. 31 poles to a white oak; thence N. 6 W. 36 poles to a white oak and dog wood; thence N. 81 W. 19 poles to a white oak and dog wood; thence S. 48 2 W. 36 poles to a beech and sugar tree on the bank of the creek; thence S. 42 2 E. 58 poles to a beech and ash; thence S. 46 E. 65 poles to a poplar and two beeches; thence S. 27-1W. 27 poles to a hickory and beech; thence N. 59 E. 38 poles to a beech and ash; on the bank of the Crab Orchard Fork creek; thence up the creek N. 30 E. 14 poles to a buckeye; thence N 1 2 E. 12 poles to a small white oak; thence N. 59 E. 8 poles to a sassafras; thence N. 68 E. 14 poles to a double horn bean.;. thence N. 35 E. 26 poles to asweet gum; thence N. 3 E. 10 poles to si red elm ; thence N. 73 W. 24 poles 45 to a black oak sapling; thence-VN- . W. 60 poles to the beginning,vc6n-tainin- g 82 acres and 102 poles, more' or less. Said land is sold for the purpose of division of proceeds, and is sold on a credit of six months, purchaser to execute bond to Commissioner, due in that time, bearing six per cent interest from date of sale until paid, with approved personal surety. Lien retained on lond sold to secure payment, having force and effect of judgments. D. PENNINGTON, M. 1-1-- -2 1-- C. L. C. C. 93-3- Fs This November 22, 1916. CENT-A-WOR- D ADS (Ads here are 1 cent a vora eacn issue, cash with order; no ad less than 25c each issue.) FOR SALE. Two extra nice boars. J. Nevin Carter, Stanford. 93-l- p The Interior Journal S. M. SArrLEY, Editor and Froprietob Entered at the postcffioe at Stanford, Ky., as second class man matter. Both issues a week, per year Twice a week, for 8 months 1.00 75 Twice a week, for C months 40 Twice a week, for 3 months Once a week, either issue, per year... 1.00 Subscriptions arc to all; paper stops when time for which it is paid, is up ject 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 SALE. 50 yearling cattle, weighing 550 pounds; quality good. 93-- 2 L. P. Nunnelley, Stanford. MONEY to loan on farm land; first mortgage; reasonable terms. W. F. s. Champ, Lancaster, Ky. 92-4T- Subscription Rates Political Announcements. The Interior Journal is authorized to ..$1.50 nounce the following candidates for office Spend Your Cash With Us And Save Big Discounts! 12 Pounds Best Granulated Sugar . 8 Bars Lenox Soap 20-oz. . $1.00 .25 cents ..10 Prepared Mustard .12 S New Stock Navy Beans, pound Dried Peaches, per pound "Pet" evaporated milk old prices Standard OH, gallon 13c; Hominy, Flakes, Grit and Can Hominy 1-- 2 ..10 and 10 65 prices right. Fresh of Prunes, Figs, Dates and Apricots, Oranges, Apples and Lemons Citron, Orange Peel, Currents, Raisins, Dates, and all andied ' Fruits, fresh, in stock. SAVE CASH RECEIPTS AND DISCOUNT THEM AT MY STORE AT 2 2 1-- cents cents cents cents cents Stock E. B. CAMPBELL Phone 261 Stanford, Ky. LOT of New Druggets, 6x9 and 9 xl2; all grades. W. A. Tribble, Stan93tf. Woodson May has sold his interest ford. partin the Somerset Journal to his ner, R. L. Brown, postmaster of SomFOR SALE. Fine Bronze turkey erset. Mr. May will devote his entire gobblers and also fat geese for time to his large real estate and col- Thanksgiving. Mrs. A. R. Matheny. lection business. He will be much 93-lmissed inthe ranks of state journalism Phone and the Kentucky Press Association. FOR SALE. Have a good horse and nice top buggy and harness will Speaking of Team Work sell at a reasonable price. Call or What Roosevelt didn't do to the phone H. T. Dillion at the Campbell 93-1- ?. nominee of the Chicago convention, House, Stanford. Hi Johnson did. N. Y. World. FOR RENT FOR 1917 Five room PIE SUPPER AT LOGAN'S CREEK cottage right at Graded school buildfour-acr- e There will be a pie supper at the ing. Big good garden, M. Bright, pasture, good barn. W. ILogan's Creek church, November 30 at 7:15. Will have good music and a Gdn. Yager Heirs at Lincoln f.Nation-a- l 93-t93-Bank good time is promised. farm Two first-clas- s WANTED. raising to Commissioner's Sale hands; must understand feeding and bacco and other crops; Plaintiff, caring for young stock. Willing to Emma Kamenski, contract. Wages, vs. Notice of Sale. sign a garden furnished. Married Defendants house and Caroline Kamenski, Pursuant to judgment rendered by man with grown son preferred. Refthe Lincoln Circuit Court, at its 1916 erences. John B. Wathen, Lebanon, s. November term, in above styled ac- Ky., P. O. Box 204. Commisioner, tion, the undersigned FOR SALE. Privately, 5 sows will on DECEMBER 11, 1916, and 36 weanling pigs, Duroc; Mare MONDAY, county court day at 11 o'clock in and two yearling Percheron geldings, Studebaker wagon; buggy; front of the courthouse door in Stansaw; reford, Kentucky offer for sale, at pub- Frazier break cart; cross-c- separator; lic outcry to the highest and best frigerator; Sharpies cresm bidder the following described tract vacuum cleaner; large graphophone records. J. of realty situated in Lincoln county, and 80 2 and Buck Turner Carpenter, Moreland. 93-9- 5 Kentucky, on the waters of H. G. SKILES. p. 2. 12-mont- For County Judge M. F. NORTH. For Representative M. S. BAUGHMAN. " FOR SALE 6 or 8 shares of stock of the People's Bank of Hustonville. Write Box 155, Danville, "Ky. 90-4- p FOR RENT House of 6 rooms, ommissioner s Sale recently occupied by Hugh Noe; for rent for year 1917; possession at IL. D. King, Heirs, Plaintiff. 90-- tf once. A. T. Nunnelley. Vi. Notice of Sale. L. D. King, Heirs. Defendants. d ALL hats will be sold at In obedience to a judgment renoff for 10 days. Miss Ella May 92-- 2 dered in the above styled court and Saunders. action at the November term 1916, FOR RENT. Two front rooms the undersigned C'onirn ssioner, will up stairs over the First National on Bank. Possession given at once. 87tf MONDAY, DECEMBER 11, 19 iG in front of thj courthouse dcor in STEER lost about 10 days; about Stanford, Ky., offer for sale at pub800 pounds; a red one; reward for lic outcry to the highest and best return to J. N. Cash, Turnersville. bidder at 11 o'clock A. M., the fol92-- 2 lowing real estate: First: A house and lot in More-lan- d, FOR SALE. Thoroughbred KenLincoln county, Ky., bounded tucky Red Berkshire boar; a perfect on the north by the property of indhidual; a bargain if sold at once. Shelby Hubble, on the east by the Cloyer Bottom Stock Farm, J. H. Danville and Hustonville pike; on the Wifeht7Prop, Stanford,. Ky. 93-lsouth by land of 3IcAnnclly and ttjs! -Coulter; on the west by land of J. ' two acres. Prewitt, 'rPO'RTSAL'EK'oune Abrdeen An- K. Second: containing of land near A tract gus.,) bulls, ".rejpstered and sired by Moreland in Lincoln county, Ky., Grand Champion. See them before bounded on north by land of Clyde you buy. Theyare splendid individu- Noel and Ned Steele; on the east by als. E. V. Carson, R. D. 5, Stanford, land of Asa Peyton and John Smi90-4- p Ky. ley; on the south by a road and on the west by land of Mrs. Baker and LOST A Red heifer, weighing George Pruitt, containing 20 acres about 600 pounds; natural muley; re- more or less. ward for return to Pope Bros., Phone The sale is for division of pro92-3- p 439, Danville. ceeds among the heirs. TERMS: The sale will be made L.U5T. White hound with veiiow on credit of six months. Bonds with spots; answers to name "Rum"; a good security will be required of great howler. Reward for return or purchasers bearing six percent, ininformation to W. A. Harney, Stan- terest from date of sale until paid, 93-2ford. payable to Commissioner, having the force and effect of a judgment and REWARD. I will pay $50 for the secured by lien on the land. E. D. detection and conviction of the par- PENNINGTON, M. C. L. C. C. 92-3ties stealing the rails out of my fences or any other material of any 92-- 2 R. M. NEWLAND off my place. W.M.Hewes. Headquarters for Best FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE NOTICE TO THE TAXPAYERS. Phone 168 and 45. of Stanford, Ky. Office I, or my deputies will he at tnc following places in Lincoln county on ri TMEOJ.D REUABLE" the dates named for the purpose of i u&v&tiisz: jyjaJSJBjea collecting your taxes which are now due. Please meet us promptly. Bring tjtr-i- y your road claims with you. Dates are l&zxAt .vajyisgr. r rwyiS.-- 1"Z. as follows: Hustonville Nov. 25th. J. G. WEATHERFORD. Sheriff of "(SKSarnTTTITjr Yoiri - m r.xzi. at Lincoln County. ! one-thir- c J p. , p. T Sm li3&g?ffi&f& n Saturday Specials WE WILL SELL Good Boiling Beef. Prime Rib and Chuck 10 cents pound 16 cents pound Round Steak 20 cents pound Consider We kill young fat stock, only. quality and buy the best 93-3F- two-hor- se Sanitary Neat Market Geo. T. Wood, Prop.; Stanford, Ky. ut The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, November 24. 1916. A REMARKABLE Heard About Town Friday. E. C. Walton was in Mt. Vernon Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bailey went to Harrodsburg today to see Mrs. Sam C. Lackey, who is quite ill. School of Expression and Dramatic Art Recital, at the opera house Saturday at 2 o'clock. Free. The local real estate firm of Hughes and McCarty sold for Rev. Follette this week, his house and lot in Darsttown to Mrs. Wallin for $750. Frank Weatherford, carrier on Rural Route No. 5, out of Stanford, has been ill for several days and Joe T. Embry has been substituting for him. Deputy Sheriff J. R. Buis, of Liberty, well known here has announced as a candidate for the republican nomination for sheriff of Casey county. County Attorney Green Clay Walker, of Garrard, has bought a nice home in Lancaster, paying Mrs. May Hughes Noland $2,300 for a bungalow on Lexington street. The Baptist ladies' exchange will be held at Pence and Hill's store Wednesday, Nov. 29th. at 11 o'clock, instead of 9:30 as originally announced, on account of the meeting in progress at the church. Fire early Thursday morning destroyed the grocery store of Ed Nolan at Danville. The loss will be about $5,000, all of which is covered by insurance, Mr. Nolan, having Do You Ever Expect to Open a Bank Account 9999 If you do not you will always be poor and STATEMENT Mrs.SheIdon Spent $1900 for Practical Economy Baking powders made from alum or phosphate may be bought for a trifle less than Royal Baking Powder, which is made from cream of tartar, derived from grapes. Alum powders are not only cheap, but they differ greatly in leavening power. If a cheap baking powder is used for a fine cake and the cake turns out a failure there is a waste of costly materials worth more than a whole can of the cheap baking powder. Royal Baking Powder produces the finest food, and its use therefore, results in an actual saving. Treatment Without Bene- fit Finally Made Well by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. unsuccessful. The First National Bank of Stanford, Ky., would be very much pleased to have your account. It will pay you interest in its Savings Department or will suggest to you how you can invest it profitably. Englewood, 111. "While going through the Change of Life I suffered with heauaches,ner- vousness, flashes of heat, and I suffered so much I did not know what I wa3 doing at times. I nl ( "'" .MBf Fv9! lal spent 1 It 35s&j ' ham's Ve ere table Compound made her well, so I took it and now I am just as well as I ever was. I 9 4 . ' hjrf' tors and not one did me any good. One day a lady called at my house and said she had been as sick as I was atone time, and Lydia ifl. Pink- - $1900 on doc The First National Bank STANFORD, KENTUCKY Personal and Social Mrs. W. J. Collins has returned to Richmond after a visit to Mrs. Richard Cobb. of "tfie Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Amons, of GarI cannot understand why women don't see how much pain and suffering they would escape by taking your medicine. I cannot praise t enough for it saved my life and kept me from the Insane Hospital." Mrs. E. Sheldon, 5657 S. Halsted St., Englewood, 111. Physicians undoubtedly did their best, battled with this case steadily and could do no more,but often the most scientific treatment is surpassed by the medicinal properties of the good old fashioned roots and herbs contained in Lydia E. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York, ed last Saturday evening in honor of Miss Carrie Edwards of Los Angeles, Cal. The following guests were presr, ent: Misses Pearl Fields, Lucile of Stanford, Ella and Blanche Barnett, Susan Blain, Annie Floyd. Annie Dunn, Bessie Riffe, Marion Fields, Geo. Barnett, Algar Weddle. Roger and John Hicks, Chas Dunn, Lee Tuney, King Carpenter, Harry McWhorter, of Lancaster, Ray Mur-phy. A most delightful time was spent Dud-dera- Nov. 28 The members Beulah Walker Circle are requested to meet at the home of Miss Gertrude Wilkinson at 2 o'clock on busi ness. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Davis were in Louisville several days this week. A. B. Dillion and Ed. Anderson, of Crab Orchard, were in Casey the first of the week hunting birds. "Only It Friday Mr. and Mrs. Fred Garnett and two returned parents morning from a visit to her at Parksville. children left Thursday afternoon for Me Miss Elizabeth Newland, of Crab Cave City to make a visit to his mothOrchard, has been the guest of her er, Mrs. Mary L. Garnett. sister, Miss Ila Newland. "Gets" Every Corn Every Time. Mrs. H. P. Glasscox and little Mrs. Alfred daughter, Annie Rose, have been the Shelby county Eads is here from Painless. Nothing More Simple. with her parents, Mr. guests of relatives and friends at I've quit 'Til tell you what, corns. using and Mrs. T. D. Newland. salves for I've quit Parksville. Herbert Bailey of the Bailey Gamaking a package out of my toes Mrs. R. A. Asbury, of Chattanooga, with bandages and contraptions Tenn., is .her at the bedside of her rage Company, put in several days quit digging with knives and scisevery time!" sors. Give me 'GETS-Imother, Mrs. Charlotte Warren, who hunting in Rockcastle county. Prescott Brown, of Georgetown is not so well this week. College, is spending a few days with Miss Malinda Nave, of near his parents, Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Brown has been the guest of her here. Bur-dettcousins, Misses Mary and Sallie Misses Bettie Paxton and Belle Denny have returned home after a Miss Laverne Nevius returned to her home at Lancaster Wednesday "isit qf several days to Mrs. W. P. after a visit to her grandmother, Givens nearS.Shelbv City.Atlanta, Ga.. Mrs. W. Elkin, of Mrs. Mattie Nevius. who has been here at the bedside of Mr, and Mrs. R. G. Hampton have her returned to their home at Lebanon wentsister, Mrs. Charlotte Warren to Lancaster Wednesday to tee Junction after a visit to relatives and relatives and friends. friends here. t Mrs. Jesse Alverson is improving Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Denham, of the "t the home of her father, J. G. Green river section, are visiting their at Millersburg, and will return son, M. L. Denham at Corbin. They home this week, her many friends were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. re glad to know. Georgetown Hubbard for several days. News. The engagement has been anMrs. Bessie McAlister, who has nounced of Miss Eva Gatliff and When Yon See These Pretty Girl in Your 'een the guest of her dauchter, Thomas Joseph Gilbert, of WilliamsDruggist's Window It's a Good Time To End Your Corns. burg, the wedding to be solemnized Mrs. H. B. Sallee at Augusta. Mont., arrived bere Thursday to visit relaDec. 15 at the home of the bride. That's what they all say the very first time thev use "GETS-IT.- " It's Editor Edgar Albright, wife and tives and friends. is so simple and because "GETS-IT- " Mrs. G. W. daughter. Miss Dorothy Albright, and oassed throughGivens. of Middlesboro easy to use put it on in a few sechere Thursday on her onds because there is no work or Mrs. W. H. Fish, of Mt. Vernon, were Harrodsburg, to do, no pain that Tuesday en route return home from here a short time shoots up to your heart. It gets your where she had been at the bedside of home from Danville, where they had Mrs. corns off your mind. All the time it's Sam Lackey, who is quite ill. working and then, that little old been on business. Mrs. R. H. Bronaugh. of Crab corn peels right off, leaves the clean, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Brown Hayden, corn-fre- e skin underneath and your Broof Milton, Pa., spent Wednesday Orchardof and Miss Katberine guests corn is gone! No wonder millions naugh, Lexington, are the "GETS-IT- ". Try it tonight prefer with his grandmother, Mrs. P. A. 3"GETS-IT- " is sold and recomBrown. Mr. and Mrs. Hayden are on of their sister, Miss Annie Bronaugh. mended by druggists everywhere. 25c Pineville Citizen. their wedding tour, having been with price a bottle, or sent&on receipt of 111. Miss Beck, of Co Chicago. by, E. Lawrence his parents, Mr. and Airs. J. w. Hay- and Mr.MargaretStehman, McKinney, E. N. of IndianaSold in Stanford and recommend- den in Paris. They will be at home week end guests ed as the world's best corn remedy after Dec. loth, at 325 Vine street, polis. Ind., were theW. Davis, on Oak by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The Milton, Pa., where Mr. Hayden has a of Mr. and Mrs. J. is a sister street. Miss Beck of Mrs. responsible and lucrative position. Penny Drug Store. Davis. Somerset News. S. Y. Vaughan, of the McKinney Milling Co., was a caller at this office Monday. He was accompanied by his friend, T. E. Bradshaw. who had charge of the McKinney Mill some years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Oppie Brown are receiving congratulations from their friends, upon the arrival of a sweet little daughter who came to bless their home Wednesday evening. The little miss has been named Virginia Lynn Brown. Mrs. Jessie Stagg has her rooms on Danville avenue to Mrs. Nellie Ballou. In February Mrs. Stagg and daughters will visit her brother, H. A. Pleasants in Texas. Mrs. Ballou will take possesion, with the exception of one room, which Mrs. Stagg will occupy until she leaves. 'Gets-I- t' for rard county, spent the early part of the week with Mrs. H. C Anderson. Silas Anderson, of Louisville, is ill at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Hawkins returned from Carmi, 111., Thursday where they have been the guests of relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bastin, of the Mt. Moriah section, are the guests of their son, F. L. Bastin at a policy issued to him on Wednesday. Mr. Samuel Damron. formerlv of this county, but for the last fifteen years a citizen of Lincoln countv. vis ited his brother, Mi-- . Elzy Damron, of this city. His many old 'friends were Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. glad to see him. Adair County If any complication exists it News. pays to write the L,yilia E. Pink-Iia- m Former Deputy U. S. Marshal J. Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., A. Coleman, of Danville, left Danville Monday for New Mexico, where for .special free advice. he went to be at the bedside of his son, Reed, who is critically ill of tuHugh N. Noe was in Lancaster berculosis. Wednesday. in Thos. Lyne, of Crab Orchard, was Marshal this city Tuesday. Miss Esther Burch was at Crab Orchard Wednesday. Mrs. Lena Hester, of this city, visited relatives at Middleburg Sunday. Mrs. Ed. Davis andMttle daughter After This!" ioo-eati- ns T' Har-radsbur- g, e. Al-'e- n, School of Expression and Dramatic Art students invite those interested in their work to be present at a recital given by them at the opera house, Saturday afternoon at 2 P. M. Readings, Folk dances, stories and plays will be given. R. L. Collier, of Crab Orchard, caught the early afternoon train here Wednesday for Louisville. He was accompanied by Mr. Howard, tie inspector of the Western Electric Company for which Mr. Collier has bought ties for many years. J. L. Rout, who has been traveling out of Detroit for a large tobacco manufacturing concern for some time has come "back home" to reside and will farm near Danville the coming year. He and his wife are receiving a cordial welcome back by their many friends. John Popenhagan, of the Otten-hcisection, is not only a splendid farmer but a high class mechanic as well. He put together a "hand-made- " traction thresher early in the year, which he used to thresh 7.000 bushels, of buckwheat, wheat, oats and other cereals, for his neighbors, which is pretty fine work. m monia. The C. Ford, United States for the Eastern Kentucky district, is seriously ill at his home in Covington, suffering with pneuCol. R. tt Annie Dunn, Mr. Ray Murphy, Doran, of Louisville, Carlisle Myers and Horace Riffe. Miss Katherine Warriner arrived last Friday from Denver, Col., where she has been on an extended visit to her brother. Owing to the high cost of coal Gus Geiszl is having to haul wood from the knobs to run his engine at the rock crusher. It is generally believed that the scarcity of coal is only a scheme of the mine owners to get the price of coal raised higher. Uriah Dunn left Tuesday following a car load of horses and mules that were loaded at Lexington Monday evening for Barnwell, S. C, to be sold on that market for the benefit of the farmers. There were 22 mules and all good ones. Eugene Dunn, wife and daughter, G. C. Dunn and wife, Mrs. D. W. Dunn were the guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. George Hunn. Word was received here Tuesday of the serious illness of Mrs. Bob Dedman, of Somerset. Her mother, Mrs. Nancy McKinney and Mrs.' Bet-ti- e Jones, of Mt. Salem are at her Em-me- I , until late hour. Girls! Thicken And Beautify Your Hair And Stop Dandruff Try This! Your Hair Gets Wavy, Glossy and Abundant At Once I To be possessed of a head of heavy, beautiful hair; soft, Isutrous, fluffy, wavy and free from dandruff is merely a matter of using a little Dandc-rin- e. corn-fooli- ng IN HONOR OF MRS. W. B. BURTON Mrs. Carlton Elkin gave a beautiful party in honor of Mrs. William B. Burton, who received with her. The party colors were pink and white. The table in the dining room was covered with a large lace piece, adorned with a large vase of pink chrysanthemums. Delightful brick cream in bedside. It is easy and in expensive to have Boyd and Elwood Weatherford nice, soft hair and lots of it. Just get were here last Sunday evening with a bottle of Knowlton's Dan- relatives and friends. derine now all drug stores recom-- , John J. Allen is moving to the mend it apply a little as directed property of Mrs. E. B. Powell on and within ten minutes there will be West Alain street. Mrs. Powell and an appearance of abundance, freshfamily have taken rooms with Mi-s- . ness, fluffiness and an incomparable Thomas in the old Cooper Hotel. gloss and lustre, and try as you will Miss Ethel Hoskins, of Chicago, you can not find a trace of dandruff and Miss Lizzie Phillips, of Liberty, or falling hair; but your real surare the guests of Mrs. Wrn. Myers. prise will be after about two weeks' Miss Farris Feland, of Sharpsburg, use. when you will see new hair is the guest of Mrs. R. L. Berry. fine and downy at first; yes but D. W. Dunn went to Lexington the really new hair sprouting out all first of the week vith four horses, over your scalp Danderine is, we one mule to be loaded with 22 head believe, the only sure hair grower, of mules purchased of Thompson and destroyer of dandruff and cure for Gentry by Uriah Dunn, who shipped itchy scalp and it never fails to stop same to Barnwell S. C. Monday even- falling hair at once. ing. If you want to prove how pretty G. S. Dunn and wife left Wednes , and soft your hair really is, moisten day for their home at Nashville, a cloth with a little Danderine and Tenn., after a most pleasant visit to carefully draw it through your hair his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. taking one small strand at a time. Dunn and other relatives. Your hair will be soft, glossy and Miss Allie Yantis, of Lancaster is beautiful in just a few moments a the guest of Miss Florence Spragens. delightful surprise awaits everyone 93-- 1 Miss Eddie T. Carpenter entertain who tries this. 20-cent ! pink cakes in the same colors were served the guests. Candles burned in crystal and brass holders throughout the house. The hours from 3 to 4 and 4 to 5 were delightfully spent with the charming hostess and lovely bride. Lancaster Record. and white, with mints and Married at St. Asaph Hotel Friday at high noon, LeRoy Claunch, of Pulaski county, to Miss Oma Caldwell, of the Waynesburg section of Lincoln, Eld. R. R. Noel, officiating. CALDWELL CLAUNCH Attention ! Ladies Hustonville Mr. and Mrs. June Hocker were the hosts of a dinner party Friday evening complimentary to Mr. and Mrs. James C. Reid, of Danville. The hous. was beautifully decorated with ferns and yellow chrysanthemums. Covers were laid for the honorees and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Evans, Mr. and Mrs. William Neal, Mr. and Mrs. James D. Depp, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hocker, Miss Bess Read, of Danville, Miss Anna Reid and C. B. Reid. On Friday evening Misses Carrie Edwards and Susan Blain entertained a few of their friends at the Weatherford Hotel. During the evening music and merriment reigned supreme and at an appropriate hour a delightful salad course was served. Among those present were: Miss Katherine Warriner, Mr. Ralph Huds-peatMiss Mary Breeding, of Columbia, Mr. Robert Nunnelley, Miss Lydia WeddJe. Mr Bowman Myers, Miss tranche Ecinert, Mr. John Hicks, Miss Minnie Houchins, Mr. Roger Hicks, Miss Annie Floyd, Mr. George Barnett, Miss Martha Tucker, Mr. Algar Weddle, Miss Eddie Carpenter, Mr. Charlie Dunn, Miss Clara Nunnelley, Mr. Lee Tumey, Miss Bob Tucker. Mr. Walter Murphy, Miss 12thel Burton, Mr. Carroll Allen, Miss h, We have about Two Hundred Ladies' and Misses Coats, which we will close out under cost, as we will not handle same any more. These are extra good values and and cannot be bought at the price we will sell them for. Ladies' Raincoats and Sweaters are now going at cost. What Mothers Say The experience of those who have used "Mother's Friend" Priced at $S and up in a style to suit your taste. .ers' consideration at this time. " mnrnln. , : i "" "" ana .....6 seating conditions before s Mgtfieti rfneiid 'Was the mpnnc of ul.i,i nau- Wear Better Skoes You get a no breaking-i- n ready-to-we- ar fit "I, con- - Mrs. . We have a very large stock of shoes and are still selling them at the old price. Come and See for Yourself. jltfbtGerJr comfort from first to last day's wear in these "Natural Shape" Florsheims. Florsheim Shoe, i I u b "Prnvr- - t - of' ni.iA tunuir .I..ing uenvery by the absence of the severe p?ins occasioned uy sucn an event." if-- jrieM . MOTHER SUPERIOR Airs Robinson's "npini? An PYtprnfil fpmoif la of the greatest assistance in preparing the system for such a change." . Mrs. Your druggist sells it. Write for free and interesting book on Motherhood. The Bradfield Regulator Co. 208 Lamar Bid;?. Atlanta, Ga. H(y"x jriezid lays Vinol Creates StrengtE Rosary Hill Homo, Hawthorne, N. Y. "I have used Vinol for many rundown, weak or emaciated patients with benefit. One young woman was so weak and ill she could hardly creep to my door for aid. I supplied "Vinol to her liberally and in a month I hardly recognized her. She was strong, her color charming and her cheeks rounded out." Mother M. Alphonsa. Lathbop, 0. S. D. We guarantee Vinol to sharpen tho appetite, aid digestion, enrich the blood and create strength. The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Ask any ma: We about The ' are exch ic agents Phillips & Phillips UlinillHllllllHIIIIHIHIIII1HIHniMllHIIIHIHIIIIlIHllllllllll'nHV1IHIKIH'liniHUlMli3inil!!linIIIUlIIIIIIIIUIIIIIlllllllllUIIIIMlllUIUIIUIlUIIUmuill' age m m m our I The Interior Journa INCORPORATED 1902 E 1, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, November 24, ESTABLISHED 1844 Clemens Oskairtn No. 417 Vine Street,, Cincinnati, ft Vinol Restored Hr. Kartin's Strength Wapakoncta, Ohio. "I am a fanner by occupation, and the Grippe left me with a bad cough and in a nervous, weak, run-dow- n $ m 0. f In retiring from the Jobbing Jewelry business is disposing, at its store, at condition, and I could not seem to get anything to do me any good until 1 tool: Vinol, which built me up, and my cough and nervousness arc all gone, and I can truly say Vinol is all that is claimed for it." Jamcs Mautix. Vinol is a constitutional remedy for condiall weak, nervous and tions of men, women and children, and for chronic coughs, colds and bronchitis. run-dow- n The Penny Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. a $ Less Than Wholesale Prices all its Jobbing Stock. The store has been entirely refitted and filled with a new and stock in every department, from DIAMONDS down to Silver Toothpicks, including a large collection of Paintings by our best local artists and an entirely new Pottery (The Van Briggle Pottery of Colorado Springs, Colo.) up-to-da- te -- Farm and Stock News Winchester buyers are paying 23 cents a pound for turkeys delivered to the pen. In Madison county H. C. Pleratt bought 8(5 acres of land from J. H. Weddel located on the Boonesboro and Lexington pike at $75 per acre. J. L. Stivers, of Harrison county, sold his crop of tobacco to Snoderrass & Moore, for 15 cents straight. They also bought of Morgan Lucky his crop of tobacco' at 15 cents straight. The Mt. Olivet paper says that Shelton Henderson, Jr., of Robertson county, sold 5,000 pounds of tobacco to C. D. Asbury at 20 cents a pound straight. At the sale last week of Mrs. D. B. Knox near Georgetown, seven head Jersey cows went to of high-clas- s various parties at $75 to $92.50. An bull calf brought $15. Simon Weil and Son, of Lexington, bought last week from Dave us Rankin, of the section, three loads of fat steers, contracted to be delivered the first of December. They are engaged at $8.50 net. George D. Boone, of the Qttenheim section.sold to W. H. Boone, half a dozen yearling steers at from $33 to Ma-cell- W. M. Layson, of Bourbon county, sold and delivered to Monte Fox of Danville, 19 head of cattle for $2,500, e George F. Crawford bought Wednesday two hogs weighing 300 pounds at eight cents a pound. R. R. Fox, of the north end of mare Garrard, sold three mules to Bright and Fox, of Danville last week, for $600. James Royston, of Garrard delivmare mules ered a pair of to Bright and Fox, of Danville, last week for which they paid $380. Jones Baughman, of Moreland sold to Simon Weil and Son, through J. H. Baughman, 24 head of fat cattle last week, that will average 1,300 pounds at $7.75. They are engaged to go the first week in December. L. P. Nunnelley, on the Lancaster pike, north of Stanford, bought of James H. Baughman and Ike Shelby, of the Shelby City section, last week, 40 yearling steers, which averaged about 650 to 700 pounds at $7 a hundred. Simon Weil and Son, of Lexington, bought of Pence Bros., of the north end of Garrard last week, 33 head of fat steers, 32 of them at $8.37 2 and the other one at $7.50. These beeves were contracted to be delivered the first of December. Arch Stephens sold his farm on Crab Orchard pike, containing 63 acres to J. F. Thompson, for $5,000. Mr. Stephens had owned the place a few years and sold at a profit of six-year-old six-year-o- Simple Laxative Remedy Best For Consiipation DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN GAVE SATISFACTION WHEN NOTHING ELSE WOULD ' II II ld "Jlir m iilihS. I! ? "I :9$t9fiti9tOfittt9f0t 5 - -- "i V7Au yF jT I' I ' j Your Health 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 $41.50 a head. Mr. Boone shipped in a car of mixed live stock to the Cincinnati market this week. At Georgetown Monday J. A. Martin, of Wilmington, N. C, purchased a car load of mules; 5 head from J. W. Lawrence & Son at $432; 10 head from Traylor & Abbott at an average of $130 and the remainder from Joe Life and Death Pi the best and freshest we can buy. We use the utmost care in compound' ing all prescriptions, as your doctor will tell you. It is a matter of conscience with us. is Our stock of drugs s THE LIWOLN PHARMACY, Stanford, Ky. Go To JL JL- - y VV JLC&JL iOpposite the JLVl Court-Hous- e, J& kJfRJLL? and set vour Thanksgiving Uyseersj celery; and Cranoerries i m iM-- ij. Phone No. 168. !. , j" Stanford, Kentucky. S5&J&JI ptpr VUiiVJi. FOR Uy .vrfvuP, twV Vu V aluses Coal Hods, Grate Guards, Shovels and Tongs, Lard Cans, Etc., See Us and Save Money GEORGE H. FARRIS mPTg' rvf W. Vermillion and Johnson three cattle at 6 cents to 6 4 cents. C. S. Pierce, who has bought a farm near Tulula, La., bought Monday of Mr. W. C. White, d near Parksville. one horse mule for $150, of J. D. Depp, horse of Hustonville a mule for $150, of Robert Tarking-to- n a pair of iron grey mare mules for $345. At Mt. Sterling Monday W. A. Samuels, Master Commissioner, sold e farm it public auction the belonging to the estate of the late Green Osborne, to R. R. Whitsett for farm on U32 an acre, The Lulbegrund creek, belonging to Doug-5a- s Day. was sold at public auction for $62.50 an acre, the purchaser being James T. Wade. James H. Baughman. south of Dan-illweighed up to Simon Weil and ?on of Lexington, 105 betid of his fat "attle and shipped them Saturday to the Consolidated Dressed Beef Com-jj.n- y at Philadelphia, Pa., for which big concern the Weil firm buys all through Kentucky. Mr. Baughman's beeves were in prime shape and averaged 1,415 pounds. As mentioned in the I. J. a short time ago he sold them at $8.25 to $8.75 net. 950-pound 1-- R. H. Wills, of Paris, has made recent sales as follows: To Roland Her-riBishopville, S. C., a pair of mules at $350, and a nice combined horse at $175; to George Cook, Trenton, N. J., a combined horse for $250; to J. H. Hennigin, of St. Matthews, S. C, four mules and one horse. The Adair County News says this week: Mi. Sam Burdette bought quite a number of mules in Cumberland county last week. Prices ranged from $100 to $160 per head. Sam Burdette has sold to different parties, in this town, in the last few weeks, 85 mules at prices ranging from $135 to $215 per head. Lazarus and Company, of Bowling Green, bought last week 67 mules in Warren countv at from $110 to $225; 30 mules in Tennessee; 30 mules in Horse Cave; 28 mule in Christian county. They sold two loads to Quitman, Georgia: one load to Birming-haAla., and two loads to the British army. n, m, Finley. In Boyle George sold to Whitehouse three-year-ol- three-yeor-o- ld 124-acr- 159-ac-- re e, yn R Commissioner's Sale J. G. Weatherford, Admr., Julia Vs. Bu-ford- Nearly every one, at one time or another suffers from constipation, or inactive bowels, and one of the few conclusions upon which the doctors agree is that regularity of the bowels is an essential to good health. In the family medicine chest of most households will be found one or more of the various remedies recommended for the relief of constipation. In the majority of home today the combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin known as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is recognized as the standard laxative. Druggists everywhere report a constantly increasing demand for this splendid remedy which is sold for fifty cents a bottle. Mr. James Ash, 102 Green St., Cumberland, Md., wrote to Dr. Caldwell that he found Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin the most effective remedy for constipation he had ever used and keeps a bottle He gives possession January 1st. of it on that he alwayswhen necessary. hand for use Lancaster Record. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a D. W. Faulkner sold 94 acres of mild laxative, and does not gripe or land to Grant Hammons for $6,500 strain but acts gently and brings reand another tract to same party con- lief in an easy, natural manner. Its taining 82 acres for $90 an acre. Mr. Faulkner also sold one pair of mules to Charlie Rogers for $300 and a pair Report of the condition of of yearlings to Wils Rogers for $155. WAYNESBURG DEPOSIT BANK Lancaster Record. doing business at the town of Pence Bros., of the Marksbury secCounty of Lincoln, State of tion of Garrard, sold a couple of pair Kentucky, at the close of business on of ajred mules to Bright and Fox. of the 9th dav of November, 1916. Danville, last week. They received RESOURCES $425 for a span of mares and $375 for a span of horse mules. They also Loans and Discounts.. . $39,248.90 bought from the Danville mule deal- Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 3.84 ers, a pair of extra Stocks, Bonds and other mare mules for which they paid S430. Securities 500.00 In Casey John Coulter and Lutes Due from Banks 14,486.61 and Lutes, of Middleburg, have pur- Cash on hand chased several loads of corn from Che.?is and other cash 6,480.12 G. W. Grider, which grew on the items 5.80 Tanner Farm. Robert Allen bought Banking House, Furniture four Aberdeen Angus calves last and Fixtures 3,610.00 week, which makes his herd number 20. W. C. Cundiff sold Lutes and Total $64,335.27 Lutes 50 hogs, receiving 8 4 cents LIABILITIES for best grades; also a mule to Frank Capital stock paid in, in Toliver for $130. cash -- ..$15,000.00 Walter Gordon bought of M. J. Surplus Fund 4,000.00 Farris, Sr., of Danville, a farm in the Undivided Profits, less exWest End of this county, known as penses and taxes paid. .. 413.78 the Adams farm and containing 110 Deposits subject acres. Mr. Gordon paid $7,500 for the to check .$14,660.04 farm Mr. Farris taking in payment, Cashier's checks a farm of 100 acres lying on the head outstanding 4.59 44,664.63 waters of Carpenter's Creek, a trib- Reserve for taxes .. . . 256.86 utary of the north Rolling Fork, four houses and lots in Junction City, and Total $64,335.27 five young horses and mules. State of Kentucky, James H. Baughman, south of County of Lincoln, Set. Danville, bought 26 head of feeding We, R. Y. Ballard and E. L. steers from Morgan Arnold, of the and Perryville section of Boyle, last week the above named Bank, doCashier of solemnly at $7. These steers averaged 1,100 swear that the above statement is pounds; from Hubert Arnold he pur- true to the best of our knowledge chased 16 head that averaged about and belief. the same at the same price and from R. Y. BALLARD, E. C. Arnold, five head of black feedE. L. GADBERRY, Cashier. ers, averaging 1,000 pounds, at $7. Subscribed and sworn to before me George D. Boone bought a cow weighed 990 pounds from W. H. this 20ih day of November, 1916. My Boone, this week at $4.75 a hundred. Commission expires 1918. G. B. From George Perkins he bought nine fooper; Clerk, by W. F. Camden, D. head of hogs that averaged 130 C. nounds, at 8 cents; 'from Mr. Chambers five hogs at the same figure; Crab Orchard. from George Gooch a couple; from Mr. Larkin seven shoats at 7 2 cents and from Sam Zwahlen thi'ee Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Collier went that averaged 300 pounds, at 8 2 to London this week to visit Mrs. cents. Collier's parents. Grain and Harmon, stock buyers, has moved into near Perryville, shippet1 two leads of theMr. L. L. Sanders recently vacated Armendt home hogs to the Louisville market last by Mr. Pettus week, with which they caught a de- The house has and will keep boarders. been repaired taining market and did not do as well Sanders has purchased new and Mr. furniture ".s this hustling frm usually does. From Hubert Peters, of the Perry- for the whole house. Mr. John Kennedy moved his famville section, they bought 10 head of hogs that weighed 1,910 pounds at ily to Preachersville Tuesday. They 7 2 cents a pound; from a Mr. were splendid neighbors and especiBowles they purchased a dozen head, ally will Mrs. Kennedy be missed by weighing 1,740, at 8 cents; from her many friends, who hope she wiil Dave Turpin 8 head, weighing 1,130 prosper in her new home. The Ladies Aid of the Baptist at 8 4 cents. At Mt. Sterling Monday the Ad- church will have many nice things to vocate says that there was a big run show you at their bazaar Dec. 2, in of cattle, fully 5,000 head on the Mrs. Tatem's shop. Mr. Tom Shaw, who purchased the market. Prices were from 50 cents higher on steers and $1.00 on heifers. John Kennedy home will move in at We never had as brisk business on once. November court day. The best 1,000-feede- . Miss John Eva Hilton and Mrs. sold as high as $7.25, but Frazier Hurt have each been quite very few sold over $7.00, from $6.50 sick with severe attacks of tonsilitis. to $6.75 bulk of sales. Heifers at $6 Mrs. J. H. Bustle has also been to $6.25, cows at $4.50 to $5, with sick for several days with tonsilitis. canners at $3.25 to $3.75, bulls and Dr. Doores, who has been quite stags at six cents up. Not a great sick with pneumonia seems some betmany mules offered. Trade was brisk ter. Mrs. Speigel, of Shelbyville, Intl., and prices strong. The best to $225. mare mule sold at $200 well-ordered 1-- ii 'fiilf' ' ftk XQ I J James AshJ I $1,-00- 0. freedom from opiates, or narcotic drugs makes it the ideal family laxa- tive. To avoid imitations and ineffec- tive substitutes be sure you get Dr. Caldwell s byrup Pepsin, bee that a facsimile of Dr. Caldwell's signature and his portrait appear on the yellow carton in which the bottle is packed. A trial bottle, free of charge, can be obtained by writing to. Dr. W. B. o, Caldwell, 455 Washington St., Mon-ticell- Illinois. "Way-nesbur- g, three-year-o- ld 3-- is with him. Mrs. James Manuel is almost well. Miss Katherine Bronaugh. who has nursed her for two weeks has returned to Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. Ivon Fish have returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in Louisville. Rev. Pervis, of Clay City, preached two excellent sermons to the members of the Christian church in the college building last Sunday morning and night. He was liked so well that the church called him for next year. It is with deep regret that we give up Rev. C. E. Wyatt, his health demanding a waimer climate, being his only motive for resigning. He goes to Florida after January 1, 1917. The "Martha Circle" of the Christian church have erected attractive booths in the Masonic hall and a most beautiful display of useful things suitable for Christmas presents for old, middle aged and young will be found at prices much cheaper than you can make them. Saturday December 2. Miss Elizabeth Newland went to Stanford Wednesday to visit her sister, Miss Ila Newland and also will visit Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Newland. Fell From Loft; Gad-berr- y. Vice-Preside- nt Hurt; Then Well How a Man Who Landed On Wood Pile And Was Sore From Head To Foot Found Quick Relief Once upon a time Edwin Putman, who lives in the quiet, pretty hamlet of Wendel Depot, Mass., climbed up into a loft to get some building ma- Vice-Preside- nt, terial, living 1-- 1-- -- 1-- man the country must often do. Suddenly he slipped and fell. Ten feet below was a pile of wood, knotted and gnarled. It was a nasty tumble, and Mr. Putnam was injured painfully in the back, he was covered with bruises, and was sore from head to foot The next dt.y he bought a bottle of Sloan's Liniment which had been recommended to him. Within a very few hours the soreness had vanished and the lameness had disappeared. He was an active man once more. Sloan's Liniment can be obtained at all drug stores, 2ot, 50c. and $1.00 in just as many another 1-- rs 20-Ye- ar in sums of $2,000 or more. No loan FARM LOANS fee charged. Phone or Write D. A. THOMAS . Lancaster, Ky. 16-ha- nd jabber Footwear BALL BAND AND HIPRESS None Better , W. E. PERKINS. Crab Orchard, Kentucky Try Our Cambria Steel Farm Fence Just Received Defendants. Frank Buford, etc., Commissioner's Sale Pursuant to judgment rendered in Lincoln Circuit Court at its Novthe Pursuant to a judgment of the ember term, 1916. in the above styled action, the undersigned Commis- Lincoln Circuit Court at the November term 1916 in the action of W. E. sioner will on MONDAY, DECEMBER, 11, 1916. Perkins, etc., vs B. F. Howard, etc., County Court day, at 11 o'clock A. and Crab Orchard Banking Co., and n against same, the unM., in front of the Court House door dersigned Commissioner will on in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best MONDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1916, A. bidder the following parcel of land, county court day at about 11 door M., in in front of the courthouse miles from Crab one and one-ha- lf pike and Stanford, Ky., offer for sale at pubOrchard on the Ottenheim and bounded try the lands of J. G. Car- lic outcry to the highest 120 best bidacre's of penter, George Parrish, Morgan der the tract of about land, about four miles from Crab OrChappell, and the land along said pike containing 29 or 30 acres of chard in Lincoln county, Kentucky, bounded on the north by land of land. Sale made on credit of six months, Graham ; on the east by Somerset and purchaser to execute bond bearing Crab Orchard turnpike; oa the south west 6 per cent, interest from date of sale by land of Schrader; and on the by the land of Jacob Jesswein. until paid with approved personal The object of the sale is to satisfy security.Said bonds to be payable to lien the debts owing by Ben Howard to undersigned Commissioner and retained on land sold to secure the Crab Orchard Banking Co., for $340 from payment of same, having force and with 6 per cent, interest PerkinsSept. for 15, 1916 and to W. E. effect of judgment. E. D. PENNING- $500 with 6 per cent interest from s. TON, M. C. L. C. C. Dec. 22, 1915, until paid and the cross-petitio93-3F- Lincoln Circuit Court. Plaintiff Medium mules at $150 to $175. Small mules at $12o. Elected Without a Doubt Having all the qualifications necessary to be ranked as the leading Grocery market in this city, our store has been elected to that office. It is now at the service of its constituents now, tomorrow and all the time. Oranges, Bananas, Pears, Lemons, Malaga Grapes, Red Emperor Grapes, Eating Apples, Cooking Apples. VEGETABLES Lettuce, Radishes, Cabbage, New Beets, Turnips, Celery, Green Peppers, Spanish Onions, Sweet Potatoes, Cranberries. We pay 35c in trade for Eggs. LUNCH MEATS Bacon, Several Varieties of Canned Meats, Fresh Bread, Potato Chips. We pay 30c pound in trade for Butter. A FINE LINE OF FRESH EVAPORATED FRUITS Nice Bright Apricots, Peeled Peaches, Large and Small Prunes, Home Dried Apples, Currants, Layer Figs, Bulk or Package, Citron, Heinz cans. Fresh Mince Meat in 1 and FRUITS ALL KINDS FRESH BREAKFAST DAINTIES 1 4i CO. JOHN WHITE LOUISVILLE, KY. I W. H. HFGGINS lor FURS raw tHIdaa Liberal assortment and full valu paid and mammas costs The sale will be made on the a credit of six months, bond with good security will be required of the purchaser, payable to the Commissioner, Boat 9kitt bearing 6 per cent, interest from date of sale until paid, having the force and effect oT a judgment and secured by a lien on the land. E. D. PENNINGTON, M. C. L. C. C. 93-3- F NEW GROCERY STORE TELEPHONE 219 G. H. MASTERS - M "SAl