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No. 68 FAIR A SUCCESS IN SPITE OF THE RAIN The Interim Journal The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentiflcy, Friday, August 24, 1917 'd 1-five-gaitcm - niifw" Tuesdays and Fridays '.fl 'f l&. CRAB ORCHARD 34 Best Jennet under 1 yenr old HUSTON VI LLE li& ar valid, under 2 regardless of THE LATEST WAR NEWS Sam J. Embry, premium. brtlerM R Mrs Allie Pettus, Harry Frye nnd family, of Hubble, our hustlxig Four German steamers, aggregatSpecial Class Combined Rtnv mllliiier, has some beautiful hats for were here Sunday the guests of A. M. ing 20,000 tons, seized as prizes of 89" 35 d mare or you ,to see. Frye. Great Show of Horses, Mules, Cat- old) Best horse colt (under 1 year gelding 2 Best' war by the Cuban Government, were Mr, Perkins and sister, of Chicago, Miss Laura Pearl Carter, of Stan- transferred Sheep and Hogs. Floral Hall to the United States tle, George Dunn, premium. Special Class have, been visiting their cousin, Miss ford, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Government Tuesday. 3G Best filly colt (under I year and Poultry House Filled. 89 Best mare and colt (colt at Bird'Ferkins. . A. M. Frye. German airplanes raided Kent and side, either sex', rogardless of breed- old Mri: "Sallie Thompson went to Joe Will Rout and wife drove over lorkshire counties on the cast coast Rain, which fell in torrents most June Givcns, premium; W. W. Garrard' bounty Sunday to visit Mrs. to Nicholasvlllc last Saturday to pf England. Ten flyers dropped all of Wednesday came pretty near Tewncy, certificate. Saddle Class Sam (Ramsey. visit relatives. bombs on Ramsgate, Margate and Saddle Class knocking out the fair the first day, 90 Best stallion, 2 years old and t Mrk; James - Messcr and son. Levi. Mrs. Mamie Frye Graham, of Leb- Dover, in Kent, killing eleven pernotwith37 Best marc or gelding (2 and under 3 iiut the exhibition went on, ' ....'-- ' nave returned lrom a visit to Mrs. anon, 'is here on a visit to her fath sons and injuring thirteen. Three standing and a large portion of the under 3) 91 Best mare, 4 old and Wilclfennt Stanford. er. A. M. Frye. uerman airplanes were shot down. McKinncy & McElwain, premium; over program for that day was shown. InSteve Teater has been quite sick Samuel Burton and fnmily, of Pleasant Cook, aged 85, is dead over until Allen & Son, certificate. was carried The rest 92 Best boy rider, under 12 years for afew days of a bilious attack. dianapolis, Ind., arc the guests of his at Nicholasvlllc. 38 Best mare or gelding (3 and of age, mounted on a pony Thursday, and nil but four rings were Dr. Harmon attended him. father, J. D. Burton. The Italians continued their great disposed of. They will be a starter under 4) Mrs, , George Lytic came home 93 "Best fancy turnout, ponv to be Mrs. Arthur Coffey, of Stanford, offensive from Tolmino to the head W. M. Hughes, premium. for this morning s program, and as under 54 inches, driven by boy or Mondiy- from Hawesvillc, leaving her was here this week at her parents, of the Adriatic Sea, despite stubborn 39 Best girl rider, under 12 years they include the big $200 saddle, 94 Worst' turnout mother improved in health. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wcddlo. Austrian resistance, and the British Miss Susan Fisher Woods, premstake, a great crowd should witness A fihe boy came to stay with Mr. W. G. Cowan went to Monticcllo and French made further gains at Harness Class ' The program for today is par- ium; Miss Patsyc Forsythe, certifithem. 95 Best mare 4 years old and and .Mrs. Bragg Thompson Monday. last week to attend the burial of his Lens and Verdun, and held their ticularly good. Mostly saddle and cate. He has not been named yet. brother-in-laMr. Mike Castello. gams. The Italians have taken over over Walking Class will be shown and as harness horses Miss Mary Foley has spent severCarlisle Alcorn, of Springfield, 13,000 prisoners, and the French 96 Walking ring (free for all exany 40 Best walking gelding, any age, they excite more interest thnn cept previous winners of 1st money al days in the country with her bro- Mo., is here the jjucst of his son, 6,000. Aerial fighting yesterday wns other rings, everybody in this section soundness not considered ther, Harve and family this week. Carlisle at his father's Dr. Edward intense on the French Vront. Bein other walking rings) M. H. Johnson, premium; G. P. who can will be on hand to see them. J&s. Berry and little daughter, Alcorn. tween the Tirul marshes and the Harness Rings The ring is in perfect condition after Fisher, certificate. Ind., are Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Mansfield, of River An the Germans have started 97 Best stallion, mare or gelding. Ruth, of 'Jeffcrsonville, 41 Best lady rider guests of their cousin, Mrs. Louis Winchester, the hard rain and' there is no sucn motored here Sunday a new offensive ngainst the Russians. Special Class Mrs. C. P. Davis, .premium. thing as the pestiferous dust to be and took Mrs. W. R. Williams home 98 Best mare or gelding, 4 years Belli Saddle Ring seen. The grounds present a pretty Mrs. George Stephenson went to with them. WON BY BIG MAJORITY 41 2 Best thrce-gaitc- d mare or and over picture with the green sward, the Cincinnati Sundav to visit John. Jr.. L. F. Steele, of Danville is here Saddle Class The election to tnkd the sense of prettv lake and the dozens of tents, gelding father-in-law- 's J. J. Allen, con- the people 99 Best fancy turnout (stallions and fMrs. Mendelsohn's family. She at his H. E. Allen & Son, premium; Luetc. The fair is a delightful place to willjbe gone two weeks. fined to his bed with a light attack ed high of the Wayncsburg gradbarred) school on the question day and if the weather cas & Smith, certificate. spend the Mi's. W. H. Higgins, of Stanford, of pneumonia. Combined Class voting bonds Harness Class with which is as good as it now promises to be, MrsrR. T. Fewcll, of Rock Hill, S. C, Mrs. Roy Rose and son, Val, of pf bUlld a school-bnns- n to thn 42 Best stallion 3 and under 4) 100 Best stallion, any crowd will witness a record-breakin- g andftRev. Alfred Higgins, of Chattanooga, arrived here Monday place of the one burned tr tnlro'timd G. McElwain, premium; Lucas H. sim the program of the third and last Roadster Class guests of Mrs. Kate evening nnd are the guest of Mr. ago was held Monday nnd it was deday. The management feels to con- & Smith, certificate. and Mrs. V. B. Morse. v 101 Best.stallion, mare or gelding, a 43 Best mare or gelding (3 and any age gratulate itself on getting the high-clas- s sell AY. Culton, one of Uncle Sam's Robert Fenzel, our silversmith, in- cided by thevote of 56 to 6 to The ' bonds to girl judges it was able to secure. under 4) , ofHcftrs is spending a few days with forms in a bonds will beamount of $5,000. us that he will leave printed atonce and W. M. Hughes, premium; James John Dolan, James Gav, Around The Ring Messrs. his pother nnd friends here, before few days to locate in Stanford to niu iiiienuon oiine trusThomas F. Curtis. A. D. Leavell. Caywood, certificate. "The best dinner I ever saw at a goiflfrHntp training at Fort Benja- practice his profession. tees to build modern school-hous- e Roadster Stallion James N. Denny, H. A. Pickett and min rHrirtison. He looks fine in his fair," is what they allav. Carroll Allen is at home this week. pf four or five arooms and will like4G Best roadster stallion, any age it others belong to a class that it is exB. N. "Phillips was at the fair yes- soldier uniform. Miss Lillian Mueller, of 'Stanford, ly bo of concrete. Mitchell & Coleman, premium; W. terday with Harry D.,Frye. Prof. S. S. Robinceedingly hard to find, to say nothing Rtv. Brooks will not be here to is the guest at Mrs. Wm. Riffe's and son, head of the school, who was of excelling. The show stock is good M. Hughes, certificate. Jesse and Hcnsey Overstrcct, of con&ict the protracted meeting as on a visit to Miss Elizabeth Stagg. here this Pony Class l)oth in quality and quantity. There Boyle, were at ihe fair Thursday. announced in our last letter, and the D. W. Dunn delivered n pair of tute, tells week I.attending the InstiJ. that the school 47 Best roadster, under 54 inches. are fully a hundred show horses, lots Old Charley .Sandidee is here meeting; will probaly not begin Sept. extra mare mules for B. W. Leigh will resumethe work Monday next and M. S. Baunhman, Jr., premium: again. of mules, cattle, sheen, hoes. etc. It would not be much fair 1st, "but at some later date which will last Saturday at Versailles. Mr. that it is hoped that every pupil will Space forbids this issue givintr the Lynn Pence, certificate. be announced as soon as decided. Leigh received a fancy price for be on hand without him. the first day. The two Roadster Class names of the lucky ones in the Floral R. L. Graham, of Lebanon, who jvif.' James Wilson and wife and them. lodge rooms, the old drugu 2 47 Best roadster team, re- never misses a Stanford fair, was Mrs Sue Hayden and son, StephenHall and Poutlry House, but these Messrs. Guy and Bragg Hanson, a room in the Waynesburgstore and Deposit will be (riven in detail in Tuesday's gardless of sex or ownership son.; came over from Harrodsburtr Russell Dickerson and Ben Johnson, here Thursday. . Bank will Robinson is Mitchell & Coleman, premium. paper. Following is a list of the The best program seiifrlat a coun- in Mr. Wilson's car and took Mrs. of Hansojiville, Va., are here on a very much be used. Prof. his inteersted in 48, Green roadster gelding, en- try fair in this section in years will Emnia Farris, their cousin to the visit to relatives and are taking in work at awards so far: Waynesburg and thinks in a few tries limited to Lincoln county be shown today. Follow the crowd Springs Sunday, where they partook the Chautauqua. Hogs Other Than Red Berkihiret weeks he things running J. H. Woods, premium; M. S. and go. of an elegant dinner and had a most 7 1 Boar, one year and under two Arthur Burton and John Hicks re well in his will havewhich wns school, Baughman, certificate. Smith & Lucas;of Lebanon, are pleasant day. turned Saturday night from Louis- siderablv crippled by the burningrnn. Didn't fill. SECOND DAY of A library table runner crocheted ville, after taking the required oath here with a handsome lot 2 Boar, six months and under one 49 Best mule 2 years old and and they are, .getting their of horses by Mrs. Anna Napier and a boudoir of Uncle Sam and are now ready the building. year share of capmade by Mrs. Pervis were win- for their calls later on. the money; m Rogers Bros., prcm., C. B. Ncvius, over FEEDING SOLDIERS SOME JOB Harris & Woods, premium; J. H. The Danville Military Band is all ners of premiums at the Brodhea"d Mrs. Bettie Carpenter, formerly cert. Woods, certificate. Here are some facts from Farm right. Itmakes cood music and is fair, entered by the Ladies Aid of of Hustonville, and Mr. and Mrs. months old 3 Boar under six 50 Best pair mules any age, re- composed of gentlemen with whom it the Christian church. Both articles Wilson, of Harrodsburg, wore here and Fireside which shows just how Rogers Bros., prem., and cert. is pleasing to deal. were- - highly complimented for their last week in an auto and called on bit: a task it is to feed an army from 4 Sow, one year old and under gardless of sex or color which these figures are taken savs: J H. Woods, premium; Harris & Mr. James N. Dennv of Garrard. beauty and neatness bv the judges. Mrs. Sophie Carpenter. two Woods, certificate! "At the rate of four pounds of a gentleman of the old school, was Prof. Hatfield and Miss Clara Citv Judge E. P. Frazec and CarlRocers Bros. prcm. 51 Best mare mule colt one year; the judge in the Jersey ring, and his quietly to Lexington ton Elkin, of Lancasto- -. motored here foodstuffs a day per soldier, which 5 Sow, six months and under one winner barred from other rings Monday, where they were united in Sunday afternoon to neet the let- is the ration for camp or garrison, decisions were fair and iust. year is. w. Games, premium. Cols: John Dolan and James Gay matrimony. They have been devoted ter's wife and baby from Liberty, 4,000,000 pounds will have daily to Rogers Bros., prem., and cert. 52 Best mare- - mule colt, under 1 made the best judges ever. They not lovejes ior some time and are well who have been visit1-1- ? her grand be provided for the troops. This is 0 Sow, under six months old something of a task. Of fresh beef year only know their business but are knoypt. Prot Hatfield as principal of parents. Mr. E. H. K d. Rogers Bros., prem., and cert. i J. B. Harmon, premium; J. M". high-clas- s gentlemen with it. tbegraded school, is a christian genany age and any W. T. Jerome, of etriot, Mich., alone there will be call for 1,250.-00- 0 7 Best boar, pounds. The armv will drink 35 Tarkington, certificate. The tanners of this section ought tleman antl ranks hicrh as an instruc made a fine talk Monday night at breed 53 Best horse mule colt, under 1 to be glad to have the Stanford fair tor ,ahd ''Dajats" as she is familiarly the Chautauqua and gave the Hotel tons of coffee daily. Two huge train Rogers Bros., prem., and cert. pulled off in their midst. Rain al- canesj; ana loved by the Weatherford a grpat.boost in behalf loads of foodstuffs will be required 8 Best sow any age and any breed year Hugh Keid Foster; (premium;;-Wal-- p ways .accompanies the exhibition. whoLkcity. .She is a splendid ladv of of the fine food thatjhe had devour- each day to carry the provisions for Rocers Bros., prem.. and cert. the force in question. Think of Cowan, certificate. Those hogs rings were very intere. We can per-- ed that night for supper; 9 Best butcher hog of any age 54 Best mare . mule, 1 year and sting". Stanford is the Red Berk soujMKttiptify.to her ability as house- -l the meals for a great moving"' Mrs. S. P. Stephenson' and son, ' '? '. city of million l' Wrrf uliuSr 2 shire !raiv Tinds more -- nogs of thai shcnn,t be. Miss. Fronw Combest . and Lonnie ioning aa tliOUbandpeople, or of provisJ. H. Woods, premium., or mcc.zThxl breed arn being brought here each beaten preparing good things for the Combest, Anna Flovd, Messrs. H. B. 10 Best herd, consisting of one cuses, you will have a better 55 Best horse mule, 1 year and year. , tan,!e. is generous, lovely of disposi- Combest and Mat Carson and a few idea ofand and" three sows boar what feeding the new army under 2 G. B. Swinebroad came near lick tion, beautiful in face and figure1 more are enjoying a camping trip 'Rogers. Bros., prem'., and cert. J. H. Woods, premium. ing the platter clean in the Jersev and will certainly do her part in all on Green river, near the Combest means." Kentucky Red Berkshire 56 Best mare and mule colt (colt rings the first day. He got all the the sacred word wife means. May home. HONOR THE SOLDIER BOYS 11 Junior boar pig at side) blues but one and came near land- hanpiness, prosperity and usefulness W. B. Turley, prem., and cert. J. B. Harmon, premium; J. M. ing that. Mr. T. D. Newland made a good MARRIAGES follow their union. Tarkington, certificate. 12 Junior sow pie: suggestion to the Interior Journal Mitchell & Coleman, of Harrods-burMr. Sam King and wife, Mrs. Kit-ti- e John Yates, aged 21, and Miss 57 Best mule, any age R. J. Walker and Woods Walker, the other day when he said that have a string of eight bread Kine; and Mrs. Morrison and ba Walls, 15, were married in prem.,' W. B. Turley, cert. Harris & Woods, premium; J. H. winners. They have in the lot Car- by and Miss Bettie Higgins, of Stanford ought to do something for Tuesday. Woods, certificate. 13 Senior boar pig roll Bailey's good stallion, Rowland Ala., have been with friends Miss Clara Collier, the bright and the delectation of the patriotic W. B. Turley, prem., J. G. Burn-sidPeavine. Draft Horese and relatives here. They were mem- nretty daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. vounp- - men hereabout who will soon cert. Hugh McElwain, of Richmond, has bers of the Kine; reunion which was H. Collier, of Crab Orchard, and be called to war. He savs he is will58 Best draft horse colt, under 1 14 Senior sow pig a nice string of horses and he knows erotten up by Mr; Wilson King, of Prof. U. G. Hatfield, head of the ing to subscribe liberallv to n fund year W. B. Turley, prem., Robert Wal how to show them. He is also a very Gum Sulphur. The reunion was held Crab Orchard Graded and High to give them an entertainment of Didn't fill. ker, cert. above town School, were married in Lexington some kind. The suggestion should and 59 Best cbraft filly colt, under 1 pieasanc ana satisiactory gentleman at Brown Sprintr, yearling boar 15 Junior to do business with. Sundav. About fifty or more of the first of the week by Dr. T. C. Ecton. doubtless will meet with favor all year W. O. Walker, prem., and cert. H. E. Allen & Son, of Richmond, King families were present. Among pastor of the First Baptist church of over the county. We owe it to the H. J. Johnson, premium. yearling sow 16 Junior have four good ones. Young Mr. Al- the number were: Mr. James King, that city. The ceremony was said at boys to make it pleasant for them 60 Best stallion, any ago Woods Walker, prem. W. B. Denlen shows the string but the elder of Oklahoma and his daughter and the home in the presence of Dr. and while they aro yet in our midst, as Didn't fill. ny, cert. of Louisville and Mrs. Mrs. Hatfield, of Lancaster. Dr. Hat- well as to do all in our power for 61 Best mare or gelding, any age. Allen is down with him and is help- husband. 17 Senior yearling sow him with Judith King, of Somerset, Mr. field is a brother of the groom. The them when they leave us. The InJ. H. Woods premium; J. B. Har ingThe dinners the work. W. G. Gooch, prem.j R. T. Bruce, mon, certificate. were fine and"the Lin of Junction City, and many bride wore a tailored irown of irreen terior Journal will he more than glad cert. coln County Fair is very proud of others including Mrs. M. E. Fish, cloth, with hat to match. She is the to help with a fund to give the boys HARNESS CLASS 18 Senior yearling boar them. Mrs. Sam J. Embry is a caterer Mrs. Allie Pettus. Mrs. Perry King, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. a rattling good time before they go 62 Best gelding, 4 years old and of a high class and all left the dining Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Gover, of this Collier R. T. Bruce, prem., Elmer Anderand is as pretty as she is de- and moves that others be heard on over son, cert tent full of good things. nlace, and Mrs. James Cummins, of servedly popular. She and Prof. Hat- the subject. Mitchell & Coleman, premium; 19 Boar 2 years old or over Mack Huerhes has a great gelding Bellevue. A most bountiful spread field have been sweethearts a W. B. Turley, prem., W. B. Den- Mack Hughes, certificate. in Peavine King. He has shown the of everything good to cat was serv- long time and their object in for BABY LEFT IN YARD. going ny, cert. 63 Best mare or gelding, 2 and handsome fellow five times and he ed and the, warmth of kinship A boy baby, presumably ten days to Lexington to marry was the novelyears old or over 20 Sow 2 under 3 has won just that number of blues. ty of it. There was no parental ob- - old. was found in the yard of Mitt W. B. Denny, prem., A. K. WalH. E. Allen & Son, premium; He has already won two blues at the lection. from Lexington Prof, and Embry. colored, in Macksville, Satur& McElwain, certificate. ker, cert fair here. DID SERVICE FOR 57 YEARS Mrs. Hatfield went to Cincinnati, day about noon. Where the little 21 Boar, anv acre 64 Best walking mare( any age, J. Nevin Carter, who has been R. L. Berry, of the West End. where they are spending their honey- fellow came from, or who left him R. T. Bruce, prem., W. B. Turley, soundness not considered) laid up with rheumatism for some while having the roof taken off of moon. They will return first of the there is a mystery so far, although cert. H. Rowan Saufley, premium; R. B. time, was able to be at the fair his home in order to repalce it with week and make Crab Orchard their an effort has been made to ascertain Woods, certificate. 22 Sow. any age Thursday. His illness prevented his something him. A one, W. G. Gooch, prem., R. T. Bruce, 65 Best colt, either sex and any showing his good stallion, Kentucky a new was ran across a shingle on home. Their legion of friends are clothes was about with the change of which left infant, but craved "J. C. July 14, anxiously waiting the opportunity to cert. breed Gentleman. 1860." It was likely cut by the man congratulate the groom and wish his there is nothinir that would reveal 23 Junior herd, 3 sows and 1 boar premium; W. W. Givens. June Capt. John B. Dinwiddie, the who nailed on the shingle, which had bride many years of happiness and his identity. Mavor Florence and Tewmey, certificate; owned by one man J. Z. Spoona- wns there with the done good service for 57 years, and usefulness. City Attorney T. J. Hill have taken B. Turley, preir.., and cert. W. more, third. Henry r. Fonyter.rourtn; goods as ring marshal. His stentorian which was yet in a good state of the matter in hand and will institute 24 Herd any age 3 sows and 1 J. F. Cook & Co. fifth. voice could be heard all over the preservation. a search for the mother and father. UNITED REALTY CO. SALES boar, owned by one man) Ponies crounds. Even the Danville Brass The United Realty Co. will be busy In the mean time the boy is being Woods Walker, preni., W. B. Tur66 Best mare and colt (marc 48 Band could not drown it. There is no shortage of the next few days. On tomorrow, cared for by Embry's wife, who alley, cert. in. and under) Jack Beazlev is the most untirinor American soldiers to be sentrifin for for abroad. Saturday, at 10:30 A. M. the big ready has become quite attached to Jerseys. Robert W. Embry, premium; Har- worker yet found. After working concern will sell the Hall Anderson him. Several doctors were called .to 25 Best Jersey cow, 2 years old vey Embry, certificate. over tiifie Tuesday he put in Tuesday C. C. Coy, of Madison, was at the farm in the West End; at the same see the boy. but none were prepared and over 67 Best pony driven by boy or night sprinkling the road between fair Thursday. hour on Monday next it will dispose tu aay to which race ne ociongs. G. B. Swinebroad, premium, C. P. girl (48 in. and under) the fair grounds and town and Madison coun- of the good Charles H. farm WON Curren, certificate. Robert W. Embry, premium; Ster- wouldn't auit until after it had rain- ty, was at theJett, of BY HOME INDORSEMENT fair Thusday. out on the Bradfordsville pike 3 2 26 Best Jersey heifer, 1 year and ling Curtis, certificate. ed a half hour or so. Messrs. J. D. and Alfred Eads, of miles from Hustonville; on Tuesday. Jny W. Harlan, a prominent Dan2 3 and under 4 68 Best stallion, under The location is a beautiful one, Shelby, are up enjoying the fair. 28th, the Logan Thompson farm of ville lawyer, will in all probability bo G. B. Swinebroad, premium, C. P. Fred McCartv, premium. but the fair grounds are too far from C. L. Winfrey, of Somerset, was 170 acres near Preachersville will be the next Stnte Senator from the Curren, certificate. Today's Great Program: town. They are nil right for the Gar- here Thursday with H. Rowan Sauf- sold, while on the followine Wednes- Boyle - Casey - Lincoln - Garrard dis27 Beet Jersey calf under 1 year 69 Best roadster stallion, mare or rard county "people, but too far away ley. ' day, 29th, the Judge Walker place trict, ho having won the Democratic old gelding, 2 years old and under 3 from town for thnsn onmino frnm ' E. P. Bunton, reoresenting the in the in G. B. Swinebroad, premium; C. P. 70 Best stallion, mare or gelding, other sections. Pity Ed Ballard can't State Fair, is on hand advertising his of 24 acres almost go the town limits nominationmargin recent primary by to the highest the scant of fiftv-fovotes of Lancaster, will Curren, certificate. 3 years old and under 4 move them in iust a little. great show. bidder. These aro four bier sales. A over Clay Kauffman. of Lancaster, 28 Best Jersey bull (ago consid71 Green roadster mare, entries Wednesday the drain from the ring Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Anderson, of brass make music each. in one of the hardest ficrhts ever wae ered) to the pond became limited to Lincoln county stopped un. Mt. Sterling, are with Mr. and Mrs: rvyh- -, band will lunch will beatserved ed in tho district. The splendid ina,gopd C. P. Curren, premium; G. B. Saddle Class When an effort was made to open it E. P Woods durincr the fair. andTOUvlitjrs will be given away. dorsement ho received in his homo 72 Best saddle two Mine Host G. D. McCollum, of the of it. county of Boyle turned tho trick, as -Swinebroad, certificate. calf: calf gelding, any age stallion, mare or was bic snakes jumped outrsrnnfH One McCollum 28 2 Best cow and killed and the other in. House at Junction City, Marrs Sinebroad, son of Mr. G. his opponent carried tho other three either sex and under $ix months Sheep to the pond, but was captured later- - was a visitor at the fair Thursday. Bright Swinebroad, of Lancaster, counties. Mr. Harlan, who is a strong C. P. Curren, premium. 73 Best ram, 2 years and over Dy ine snaKe charmer with the PuriH. Rowan Sauflev won the walking and was busy Administration kinsherd, any age, consisting 29 Best 74 Best ewe, 2 years' and over tan Carnival Co.. who soon had the ring Thursday afternoon with his was here Saturday,Lancaster friends man of the late supporter, is a John calling on his old Chiof .Justico 75 Best ram, 1 year and under2. serpent doing all sorts of stunts. of one bull and three females good black mare, Black Bess, prob- now in Danville. Although young in M. Harlan, of the United States G, B. Swinebroad, premium; C. P. 76 Best ewe, 1 year and under2. Woods Walker, of Garrard, bought ably the greatest walking mare in years, Marrs has developed a remarkCourt and n distinguished Curren, certificate., i 77 Best ram under 1 year of W. G. Gooch at the fair irrounds Central Kentucky,. He rode her ably fine talent for drawing in India Kentuckian of his day. Louisvillo 78 Best ewe under 1 year Jacks and Jtnnets yesterday, a sow for $100. This sow He turned the premium, ink., and making other- sketches. Times. 30 Best jack (any ago; ago con7 a uest ram, any age took first premium as best sow, any oyer to his better half. Danville. Messenger. sidered) 80 Best ewe, any ag-eage, championship in the sweepstake The premium for the best mare RED CROSS ITEMS Sam J. Embry, jremium; Ollie Beef Cattle ring. Mr. Walker also bought the muie xojc, unuer one year was ' i ; Dr. Frank L. McVe'y, .head of the Let every woman in Lincoln coun81 Best bull under 1 year Johnson, certificate. , Senior champion boar that was shown by B. W: Gaines and was sold by Uitfvers-ityof North Dakota at Grand ty do her part to holp answer tho any age; ago 82 Best heifer, under 1 year .31 Best Jennet by R. T. Bruce, for $200. This boar associnpn, which had offered $ was recently elected our jHp Iqprks, ,who ino uiuvurony ui rk.cn-;y.t- 0 call of in thocountry to supply our .J considered) 83 Best bull, 1 year and under 2. also won as Grand Chompion. Both for th?: winner, at auction. boys a(4v oi navv with sweaters. Sam J. Ebry, prewium and certifi 84 Best heifer, 1 year and under of these champion nics aro Lincoln Tnomaf-.-f - Henry S. sacks, wristlers and scafs. succeed Judg$uurtis, or mauison ci 2 cate, p county products. A. K. Walker sold tv. bought the pretty thine for $ ery tuis wired his- acceptance. 85 Best bull, any age 82 Best Jack, undfr one year a high class sow to W. B. Denny for ,whcn CARD OF THANKS unsaid to oe tne nignest SJieM rjBBV Embry. nrtmium. 86 Best cow, any age Sam J. me neai nine sum or siou. nmi w. evr paw;ior a muie coit in tn We wish to thank all who were so books are )TJCE The 1917-ta- x 87 Best herd, bull and 3 females. O. Walker sold 33 Best Jack, one year and under Mr. . Denny a Ju--. 1 tlnn'. Tk enlf la? hv Mr. Rnlnps1 rwtay so you cun pay your kind and thoughtful of us in our hour -- " m--- " r i ! ., v. Saddle or Trottlntr two c, mor duw jjijt, uurme price was shenrr of sorrow. May God bless them one TurnerAana is a grPaBHklT" . J. U. Weaths)rrord, 68-288 Best stallion, mare or gelding, vate, jaKiMAt .J Didn't nil. t and all. Withers Brothers and Sister. I V IMLia BiVfl t tor, Uk. tHsVI umM b; county. VC K? . v age-Swe- epstake Louis-villejfTwe- re -- . "' 1-- -- rf tfttfrfit&er- - . .; e, "S ,1 rarencj-oiaplishments- fur-njshi- njr T- - keeir;-rrwto:tfe-iE- nd . ti g, En-sle- y, Mc-Kinn- V Stagg-Carpent- cr 1-- ur 1-- Su-nrc- r i - ,- ljB$ HLrT - l..iil: pri-ijaM- !:." Jpc JP - . )&W: y The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, August 24, 1917 The Interior Journal E. C. Walton and J. H. Wright Tntrred at thr pntlcftor at Stanford, Ky I'toni ttam wild matlrr. , Business Habits at Home Some men throw business habits nsidc when they get home, The fact is that the same care and foresight should be used in the home as in the office, store or factory. A checking account should be opened for the household accounts and all money deposited and all expenses paid by cherk... This plan is simple and greatly assists the home keeper to take care of the income and expenses. Household Accounts Cordially ed. Interest Bearing Accounts 3 A GROWING The MENACE per annum. :::::::::: ::::::: InviW Industrial Workers of the World, which is operntinR with such destruction in Washington, Arizona, Orcpon, Idaho and Montnna, is n frrowintj menace to the laws of the land and unless nut down by federal bayonets will continue to spread terror through the country. It to he operated in the interest of the German povernment. In a speech the other day Senator of Arizona, said the people jrcncrally are not aware of the dancer that lurks in the body in which murder is reduced to n science nnd perfury is n fine art. Unoffending vicitms are murdered and by reason of a prearranged alibi the guilty person goes free. It is the most trea organization that could be sonnble organized nnd the senator said instead of the initials of the gang standing for what it purports to. it really stands for "Imperial Wilhelm's Warriors." Such nn organization should not be permitted to o.vist in this country. It is on arch ercmy to the government and a destroyer of all social obligations. As evidence of its total depravitv this selection from rs As-hur- Wc hear n good deal about punishing slnckcrs and obscure men for treasonable utterances against the United States. They doubtless get all that is coming to them but if such men as Senator Vnrdamnn, of Mississippi, LnFollcttc, of Wisconsin, nnd others who sit in the seats of the mighty were made to do time for their treasonable utterances the of feet would be decidely more impressive. In n speech in the senate the other day, Vardaman declared that the war was instigated by commercial bandits nnd is reproach to civilization, nnd that the president made n mistake when ho called the negro to arms. He also grew red in the face as he denounced the draft, which he says will leave n problem more difficult and disastrous than the sudden emancipation of the negro. If this successor of Jefferson nnd Lamar in greatest deliberative the body on earth would go to a barber and have the long hair, that the Bible says is n shame to a man, clipped to the skin and then have the good sense to keep his mouth closed he may escape the punishment that he richly deserves. Georgia has at least one pestiferous citizen who ought to be muzzled. It is Thomas E. Watson, who ran for president several elections ago on the populist or some such ticket. He Reduced Prices ...on... Straw Hats and Oxfords Now Is Your Chance to Save Money S at smssssEZRBmTtwr.vmiKt&SEsaiagi "Onward Christian soldiers, rip and tear and mite; "Let the gentle Jesus blc.--i your dynamite; "Smash the doors of every home, nrettv maidens seize; "lse vour might nnri sacred right to treat her n you please." Democrats united with the Republicans some ten vears ago an 1 defeated Senator Heckham, who was the Democratic nominee for the United States senate. All of them lire dead except McNutt and probably trotting their deserts in hades. tt is still with us, the more's the pity, and has come out a full fledged Republican, since the Democrats so unceremoniously turned him down at the primary when he had the gall to run for commissioner of Jeffer son county. When the Bible speaks of the last end of that man being worse than the first, it possibly had McNutt in mind if such a creature could be of so much importance. JIc-Xu- its song bonk suffices: It will lie lemeniboied that four The Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD, KENTUCKY TRY OUR One-Hors- e Corn Cutter A TIME SAVER is nearly always in trouble with the government, if not for sending obthrough the mails scene literature for some other offense. He is now devoting his energies to defeat the working of the draft and was to have spoken at Macon against it n few days ago, but sensibly called his meeting off when he found that federal officers would be on hand to take him in tow if he said a word amiss. The sooner Georgia abates this nuisance the better it will be for her reputation. Though not a great man in the full acceptance of the teim, Senator John W. Kern, of Indinna, who lied Friday .night at Asheville, N. C., of uraemic poisoning, was long a power in his state and a democrat, who could always be depended unon. He was Bryan's runninsr mate in 1D08 and in 1910 was elected to the United States Senate after a memorable contest over Senator Beverage and became his patty's leader in that body. 11 in term expired in March last, having been defeated for reelection bv a Republican, tho more was the pity. W') 5.00 Hats, now 3.50 and 3.00 Hats, now 2.50 and 2.00 Hats, now 1.50 and 1.00 Hats, now $3.50 2.00 1.25 .75 CUTS TWO ROWS AT A TIME. W. H. HIGGINS Main Street Stanford, Ky. Paul Maywoon refused the bone-f- it of clergy before being led to the elect"ic chair at Trenlon, N. J. As he killed a man. his wife and their daughter he doubtless felt that preachers could do him no good and the sooner he began his sojourn in hades, to which he was certain to go, the better. of the marriages in Louisville during the year nroved failures. There weie 2.5.31 marriages and GG0 divorces. The nidges say that most of these misfit marriages resulted from JetTrsonvilIe unions that are made in hasts to be lenented at leisure. Ono-fouith St. Louis, III., pleaded guilty to rioting and conspiracy to commit murder and was given a sentence of nineteen years for the two offenses. This seems only a part of what should have been coming to him. Hantrinc is too good but the northern people evidently are of the impression that it is not a capital offense to kill a negro. dered defenseless The leader of the mob that murnegroes at East $8.00 7.00 5.50 4.50 Oxfords, now and 6.50 Oxfords, now and 5.00 Oxfords, now Oxfords, now See Our Window Display ... . . . . ' . . $6.00 5.00 4.00 3.50 I With hogs bringing the aristocratic price ot $20 a hundred it may soon do regarded an honor to be called a hog, instead of a reflection as at present. McRoberts & Bailey Gents' Furnishings Stanford, Ky To the Public: Having recently bought out my partner, Mr. Charles Bowyer, I am opening up an Auto Livery and Storage. Have concreted my barn and will appreciate your business. You will find this a fine place to keep your car. Free Air. When in need of Oil, Gasoline or Tires, call on me. I still have a good team and wagon and will continue to do hauling. Also have a good closed carriage, three Ford touring cars and a Dixie Flyer for hire, good drivers for each go day or night. When you want to ride, come to see me or phone 249. Your patronage will be appreciated. SffliEilMIHElKf'FHlJJHiVery truly yours, Auction Sale! Mares! Mares! PublicSale! Horses, Mules, Cattle, Hogs, Sheep, Farming Implements, Etc. G. H. . Masters imrnr,jn,nrj e Monday, Aug. 27 At Stanford, Ky. Tuesday, Aug. 28, 1917 At 10:30 A. M. Near Preachersville, Ky. I will sell at public auction at my farm, near Preacher.vilK, n . i above date,' the follnwinir l!v. etnrlr fH.:Hn :iiwyieinenis, etc. - -, .u.iuiiiii Ihe terms will be announced on the day of sale. The stock is all in good condition and everything offered is of th best-- j h fi.; f; y: It is a needless and extravagant waste to' throw awav vour treadworn and rutwornv tires after getting only 3,000 to 5,000 miles H rf cr rwirn nut nf IllPm. j Engineers of world-widreputation and over1 a I undred tnousanu practical "show me" American motorists have out (their approval on naru-neaae- u m 41 'l The llres nn vour car ,hat arc beginning to show wear after .only 3,00010 5,000 miles can dc maae to give you noi oniy - Every double mileage, but better service than you ever had before. Half-Sol- e Tire carries a written guarantee lor Gates t.rn Ml!e of Service Without a Puncture. You cannot get this kind of guaranteed service from any new, tire with. out paying two or three times the cost 01 abates -- A- y ESATE5TIRES! noiien m w N 'ii,n vir" a. naii-aoie.- If you area car owner Find out first about Gates take you five minutes to see and understand for yourself a process that seems almost like magic You will dc interested $wc are reaay to snow you and wewill prove every statement we hayejnade Half-Solc- worn i ire Don't Throw Away Another Wr " ,J trr ?"T rt! M w f9y n kH IH i It will not We will sell ai T. W. Jones' Cattle Barn, one car load of Mares, from one to four years old; good colors, mostly dark grays. These mares were raised on the best farms in Nebraska. They are not branded, but good Percheron bred and easily broken to work; a good kind for the farmer to buy. Don't fail to attend this sale as they will .positively be sold regardless of price. Come, see a real auction. No A fair deal to all. by-bidder- HORSES AND MULES One pair horse mule, 6 years old, 16 hands high; one pair horse 15 " Tl i"i? yrrT..0V?' one 12lhands hi8h' mare,Pair Lorse mules, 1 year e.ght year old genllo for women; one blind mare, eight years old; one two.year-ol- d fil y by Bleuchor. out of Naboth mare; two yearling colts, by Rex Mcci; saddle mare, 8 years old; one d filly, by Rex Moci. three-year-ol- CATTLE Twelve extra good yearling steers; nine cows ith calves at side, good milkers; one good yearling heifer; one yearling shorthorn threc-year-,- d e8't-ed Polled Angus bull Joe Hilcrest 188107ne SHEEP Fiftyone extra good, young black faced, extra Southdown bucks. Some good Meat Hogs. FARMING home-raise- d I will also sell ISO ewes; three go.d mountain ewes. s. International Rubber Sal es Co. jiWm tptm I 1 J. B. WILLIAMS, ' Mgr. Danville, Ky. Ml ?FI Ivllvc5fifil iBJjSft E? tfM ay, Aug. Remember the 27, 10 a. m. We Sell, Rain or Shine Date-Mond- TOOLS One two.horse wagon; one disc harrow; one corn planter; one mowing machine, good as new; plows, and other things too numerous to mention. One surrey, rubber tired and in good run-nin- g order; one pole and double harness. Also, a lot of household and kitchen furniture. Witt & Pruett 4" F. Logan Thompson Preachersville, Ky. Jmif The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, August 24, 1917 THE TRIBBLE FAMILY REUNION Cant. Sam M. Boone, of Winches ter, contributes the following to the Richmond Climax: It was my pleasure to attend a re union of the Tribble family on yes terday at Mat Woods. .Mndison coun Stanford, Ky. ty. The crowd present (all Tribblos nnd their blood relatives) must hnvc numbered between one hundred nnd ITS SAVINGS DEPARTfifty nnd one hundred and seventy-fiv- e fouls: nnd a better looking crowd MENT could not have been mustered from the four qunrters of the globe. Prayers, christian songs and mnny talks wns the program. DECEMBER 16, 1914 After thnt hnd been completed such a feast of good things in superabundance wns sprend upon the green and is much pleased with sward and beneath the overhanging boughs of giant oaks, crowning with the results. Open actheir grateful shade the sacred spot whereon the clans had met for the count once. Interest second time to do honor to the Tribble name. A remembrance of this will be paid the of event, good cheer nnd hospitnlity, will form in my heart a legacy and a 3 per cent, compounded treasure that will grow brighter anil semi-annuallbrighter "as the years go rolling on" and rrepnro us. ns I trust it may, m some sweet day, to meet in the highand July. It requires 60 er, grander heavenly realms where spearntions nnd partings never come. days notice before withTo give even n synopsis of nil tho talks to which we listened would take drawal of funds. up too much space so let it suffice thev all did well: but I must be in saying in conclus'on, the best talks I heard were mnde by three cousins of mine, nil Tribblcs Cousin Kate Barrow, of this county, ind two beautiful voun? todies, cvnnddnughters of mv cousin, Mar-!long since gone to his reward. I im pnrry I cannot five their names, but they were beautiful young wom- -' and fascinating nnd well Prof, and Mrs. W. C. Wilson are ri, brip-hPERSONAL AND SOCIAL "quipped ns fit representatives to James C. Cooper was i Danville with friends here. Miss Iva Pepples, of Covington, is 'hampion the cause of the Tribble the first of the week. 'nme here or elsewhere. Dr. .T. R. St fler. of Irvine, was with relatives here. Mr. '1 J. Mobley, of Richmond. ;s Jmro fnr the fair two days ODDS AND ENDS J.H. Rcid, of Liberty, is visiting his the guest of Mr. R. T. Brurp. Mrs. C. F. Higgins, of Richmond, parents out on It. F. D. N). 3 Italv is using volcanic heat to of Crab Or- is the guest of Mrs. It. T. Bruce. Mrs. Margaret James, warm her houses and liiht her cities. It. L. Slade, a popular drummer, Iowa loads with automobiles, hav- chard, was the guest of Miss Esther Lexington, was in this city Thurs- :ng one for every eleven inhabitants. of Burch. G. A. R. men of Massachusetts are Mis. Walter G. Smith, of Louis day. R. ville.is the guest of Miss Mary Moore is Mrs. guest S.of Putnam, of Lebanon, to register for service of some sort relatives and friends during the war. the Itancy. Canada has the greatest railroad Miss Lee Thompson, of Lexington, here. Mrs. Louanna has been the guest of Airs, busan i. gee, Okla., is the Holdam, of Musko- mileage per head of population of guest of Mrs. E. J. inv country in the world. Yeager A citizens' league has been formed Mrs. J. G. Carlton, of George- Brown. W. P. Kincaid went down to BowSeattle to lower the cost of govtown spent Tuesday with Mrs. Mary ling Green on business Wednesday it ernment and reduce taxation. I. Burch. During 1907 the fire loss of tho William Grimes has returned from evening. iMrs. uettie Larue, ot Louisville, United States was half the cost of all PWnlnml. Ohio, where he spent a is the guests ot her sister, iirs. u. i. the new buildings erected. full' il.TVR. An act before the Maine legislaClarence Carey, of Burgin, is the DeBorde.Mary Shelby, of Arcadia, is Miss ture, if passed, will impart jail senguest of relatives and menus nere the guest of her sister, Mrs. P. M. tences instead of fines for selling lifnr the fair. quor. Miss Vienna Sutton, of George McRoberts. of Fisher, The champion eater of the Booktown, was the guest of Miss Minnie hasMiss Laura guest of Mr. St. Louis, and Mrs. men of America consumed in one been the Woods Tuesday. P. M. McRoberts. meal four chickens and a gallon of Mrs. Herbert Spencer, of Ham-maof Lancaster, Mrs. Tenn., is the guest of relatives was the Emma Daniels, daughter, Mrs. ice cream. guest of her The throne of the late Russian and friends here. has been placed in the Nationof Atlanta, Frank Phillins Thursday. Hocker. or Phillips, Frederick Messrs. J. II. and R. W. Ga., has been the guest of his aunt, Kansas City, are the guests of their al Museum at Helsingfors as a curiosity. Mrs. J. S. Owsley. , S. Hocker. Mr. An Alaska woman has been awardCarnenter is the brother, C. D.J.Traylor, of Richmond, Miss Josephine Mrs. house party guest of Miss Theresa was at the fair Thursday. She is ed the French cross of war for service rendered by her Alaskan dogs at Ross at Taylorville. visiting her daughters in thh county. the front. Miss Gladys Merritt, of Danville, Mrs. Jesse Traylor and pretty A veteran in a soldiers' home in is the guest of 'Mrs. Bohon Campbell daughter, Miss Sara Traylor, of CorCalifornia says he will do his bit bv and other reltaivcs here. bin, are guests of relaties and friends buying and destroying a Mr. and Mrs. Jake Meier, of Som- here. stampevery) day. Sunday with his parents erset, sront L. E. Carpenter, of Philiadelphia, in the Highland section. Pa., has joined his wife and son here $10a Reward, $100 Mrs. J. B. Willis came over from at her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John The readers or this paper will be spent a few days N. Menefee's. Crab Orchard and pleased to ldarn that thero Is at least with her mother, Mrs. George has disease that J. B. Roberts, assistant secretary one dreaded euro In all its science and stages Richmond Climax. been able to Moreland, of the Somerset Fair, was here that Is catarrh. Catarrh belns Greatly Miss Minclle Pruitt. of Thursday advertising the exhibition Influenced by constitutional conditions is the guest of Miss Edith Welburn which comes off next week. requires constitutional treatment. Hall's while attending the institute. Mrs. Silas Anderson, who has been Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and Miss Lillie Elliston, of Covington, visiting relatives at Crab Orchard, acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Surhas been the guest of Miss Mary Wil- passed through to her home in Lou- faces of the System thereby destroying the foundation of tho disease, slvInB the son in the Cedar Creek section. isville Wednesday afternoon. patient strength by building up the conW. T. Hawkins, of Corbin, has Dr. and Mrs. Chas. Hart and Mrs. stitution and assisting nature In doing Its have so much ioined his wife here at her parents, Emmett McCormack. of Hustonville, work. The proprietorspowers of Hall's faith In the curative Mr nnH Mrs. Redoll Chancellor's. the guests of Mrs. Logan Hub- Catarrh Medicine that thev offer One were Mrs. T. W. Jones. Mr. Thos. ble and attended the fair yesterday. Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure. Spnd for llt of testimonials. and Miss Anne Davis McRoberts Mrs. S. M. Thompson, of Chamberlain-Address J. CHENEY & 75c. spent bunuday at uranam springs. College, Fort Gibson. Ohio. SoldV.by all Druggist, CO.. Toledo. Hunt Mrs. Woodie Hale has returned Miss., was the guest yesterday and from Danville, where she has been the day before of Dr. T. W. Penning- Authorized State Live Stock Inspecthe guest of her dauhgter, Mrs. II. C. ton and family. tors Wrnv County Clerk G. B. Cooper fell DRS. SANDERS & FISHER nnd Mrs. C R. Newborn, of while coming to his office Wednesday Mr Licensed Graduate Wilmore. spent several days of fail- morning, badlv spraining the knee if VETERINARIANS T. W. Pen- of his crippled leg. He has beep conweek with Dr. and Mrs. Office: Carter & Carter's Stable ninorfnn. Stanford, Ky. fined to his home since. Phone No. 5 Hubert Carpenter leaves today for R. M. Feese, wife nnd two children Port Boniamin Harrison, to take and Mrs. Flowers, were in this city R. training in the second camp that a short while yesterday en route to Headquarters for will tiPirin the 27th. their home at Somerset after a visit Best Fire and Life Insurance Mrs. Howard J. Brazelton and son. to Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hutchinson at Phones 168, 45 Stanford, Ky. Howard Brazelton, Jr.. have returned Columbia. Springs, where Linfrom Crab Orchard Mr. J. M. Owsley, a former DR. W. N. CRAIG is now pre-g- t thev snent a week or so. coln county man, who is prospering Cleveland. O., at Roachdale. Ind.. was a caller at pared to test EYES and S. Albert Phillips, of He was en who has been the guest of his bro this office Thursday. supply you with glasses. ther, Dr. M. M. Phillips, at Crab route to Crab Orchard to visit the Ollice at residence ; phone Gl. has returned home. scenes of his boyhood days. Mr .t t? Willis, of Crab Orchard Mrs. Sara McGee nnd daughter. Springs, has been confined to her Misses Hattie and Edith McGo. of room for several days on account of Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Mora fall she recentlv received. gan and Mr. Valentine Family, of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. S. Rice. Mr. nnd Wnvnesburg, are with Mr. and Mrs. FARM LOANS spent Sunday in Lex B. L. Fngaly during the fair. Mrs. T. A. Rice uiuu-betington with their niece, .miss Over 3 Million Loaned Through Focney and other relatives. COUNTIES Ethel IN NEIGHBORING This Office W. B. Curtis and children. John C. Horn has withdrawn his nnd Charlie Curtis, of Nashville, are visiting tho former's mother ami contest in the assessor's nice in Merbrothers out on the Crab Orchard ger in which William Sliarpe beat him only four votes. PikINSURANCE Mr. and Mrs. James R. Nunnellov Henrv Bradford, a Mercer county have returned to their home at Forth bov of 12, had three fingers torn off BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE Worth, Texas, after spending sever- nnd an eye blown out while pkiyin al weeks here with relatives and with a dynamite cap. Cheaptide & Short Lexington, Ky friends. Cuv Rice's livery stable, a mamMr. and Mrs. Ben Edward moth 'frame building at Paint Lick, nnd Miss Mary Williams, of bnnifd, causing a loss of ?U,000, Nicholasville, are the guests of Mrs. with but little insurance. The live Williams, mother, Mrs. Susan Yea- stock was saved. On ger. for the fair. L. C. Gulloy has been chosen treasMr. O. P. Newlnnd, of Burnside, urer of the Lancaster graded school WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1917, was here this week attending the to Judge E. W. Harris, fafpir and mingling with old friends, theramcced R. Harris, of Stanford, as Administrator of J. J. Russell, deof J. who nro always glad to have him who has been treasurer for 21 years ceased, I will offer for sale the following personal property to wit: among them. .u.d whoso books showed that ho was Household and kitchen furniture, Mr. and Mrs. Wearen Hail and 13 cents "long' in all those yeors. farming untensils of considerable two children, of Kansas City. Mo., N. B. Jones, defeated cardidate variety, livestock, consisting of milk who have been the quests of Mrs. for the democratic stock Jennie Wearen and Mrs. George II. jailer of Madison, hasnomination for cows and calves, 27 head of weighwithdrawn his Fnrris, have returned homo. Mrs. contest against J. Morgan Taylor, cattle, 10 of which aro steers ing around 900 pounds, good ones Wearen accompanied them and will spend some timo with them and her his successful opponent. Jones claim- and ten mixed yearlings, 48 stock ed that Tayior was not entitled to ewes, running with good bucks, one daughter. Mrs. R. G. Hail. nomination because horse, Mrs. W. H. Shanks gavo a picture tho certificate ofcorrupt practice act. aged mare, one one yearling mule, one yearling filly, show party Saturday evening compl- he violated tho one bay mare; 40 bales of nico straw, imentary to Misses Margaret Hern-do- n about 5,000 tobacco sticks, and many and Willie K. Simpson. After the other things too numerous to men show members of tha party retired tion. to The Princess, where ices and cakes Sale will begin promptly at 10, o'were served. The guests were: Misses clock. Terms made known on day of Mary Moore Raney, Kate Davis sale. Margaret Allen, Willie K. SimpJ. W. HOSKINS, Admln.trator son, Marv Early, Jean Paxton. Lyle for J. J. Ruitell, deceased. Cooper, Mrs. S. Y. Carson, Mrs. J. AT YOUR DflUCSHST. J. B. Dinwlddie, Auctioneer. B. Perkins, and Mrs. W. D. Embry. The First National Bank ORGANIZED ened at Doston Monday with a patriotic service. Mnrn thnn 1 !t nnn A li.t rn.lTnnnn. rian prisoners have been captured by the Italians in their offensive on the Izono front. The $20,000,000 Federal nitrate plan will be located in the southwestern section of Virginia. The enenmpment of the Grand Army of the Republic formally op' Irjjj CENT. with A-WO- ADS atti W! " nlf, ifn 2V nrh Imup FOR SALE 200 good stock ewes. Jones & Cress, Stanford, Ky. 03tf 'Adi hfrf sr 1 emt s worn litut. csth ) Paris Green! Paris Green! 70 Per Ct. Arsenic NOW IS THE TIME AND an at rye. Tom Creek. FOR SLE. Baldwin, I Extra have Jr., good Silver fiS-- ecd 4 at rate y, January able rooms for rent, furnished or unfurnished. Miss Liccie- - Benzlev,, t'8-- 2 TIME rf holding colored teachers' institute has been changed. Will begin Sept. 3rd. G. Singleton, Supt. G7-2t FOR RENT some desir- HERE IS THE PLACE TO BUY n, t 1 FOR SALE 75 to 100 extra good black face Ru?sell county ewes, 1 to wears old. A T. Nunnelley, StanG7-ford, Ky. FOR SALE Two thoroughbred; Southdown bucks. They are of ex-- j tra good quality. Stanley Stpnhon- -' p son, Hustonville, Ky. FOR SI.E. A SUvJvtone ph machine and two clc. en r ords, new; one incubator, 201 rapacity in good rder. Will l che.ip p Manuel Turpin, Stanford. A hog weighing about ESTRAY 175 pounds came to my farm Saturday night. Owner can get it by proving property, pajing 'for this notice and keep. II. C. Rnughman, Stanford. 1 2t i'.7-4Si'-'.57-2- PARIS GREEN! Ihe a nat-on- . Lincoln Pharmacy j . ' t'ttry of Rowan, listru-- t .': th Industrial Wcrktr-- . of the Wurld, who ordered a g neral strike of Industrial Workers of the Wor'd labor m the Northwe t Wednesday, and the organization were arrestod at Spokane, Wash., Mond:-by troops. '1 hey were placed in jail ns military prisoners. Rowan declared, after his m-'i The railroads of the United Stat' are facing the greatt transportation problem in the h'.oiv of th due to the fact that H87.000 drafted men, nearly J'lO.ooo National GunnUmen .n' the fall crops ol the nation must be niood during the next two months. G7-- tf I St. Louis police were ordered to arnit, that lumber workers already THE farm and stock of the late hold W. H. Murphy will be sold at public uriert andperson for Federal author- s wore out and that the strike would who be stopped. and could auction at his late home on the Hus- ities any United States pub'Hy criti-c'ic- sp tad members of thenot W. W. were I. the for entering Eight tonville pike at 1:30 Saturday after- the war or who questions tho const. - rrested when they stepped off a noon,, Sept. 15th. Further particulars ti.tionp'itv of the selective dwft. trim at Long Iiiach, Cal. wiHbegiven in thispaper later. 36tf persons having NOTICE All claims against the estate of the late Miller Givens will present George them properly proven to me at once. Those owing the estate will please settle with me immediately. K. S. Alcorn, Administrator George MilC,G-ler Givens, Stanford. Ky. -- NO BUGS 3t Where There Is Paris Green You have the Bugs n, Vegetable Tablets A TESTED dy-nas- tv REIMEDYSr LIVER.. BrtlOUSNESS.INDIGESTIONJORPlD Constipation and dizziness. We have the Paris Green FOR SALE BY STA-WE- -- ALL DRUGGISTS. L The Penny Drug Store E. R. Coleman, Prop. two-ce- nt Trial Package FP.EE on request Springfield, Mo. REMEDY COMPANY Telephone No. 2 PUBLIC SAIFI Saturday, Sept. HORSES 2 Brood Mares in foal; two-year-old $$$ Horses, Cattle, Sheep,Hogs, Mules, Etc. We will sell at public auction at the King Place, near Moreland, beginning promptly at 10 a. m., on S. M.NEWLAND 1, 1917 five-year one-year-old ft 6 THE FOLLOWING LIVE STOCK, ETC. 1 1 old Dignity Dare gelding; 1 gelding by Coach Horse; 1 filly Pony. MULES 2 Suckling Mule Colts, good ones. CATTLE 1 good red cow and steer calf; 9 yearling steers, all gcod ones; 5 good Jersey heifers, to be fresh in March; 3 extra good stock heifers; 6 extra good steer calves; 1 fine black bull, good milk cow, fresh Oct. 9 ; 2 breeder, 1 old Jersey heifers. SHEEP 52 good stock ewes; 3 good Southdown Bucks. HOGS 45 hogs, weighing from 100 to 250 pounds; 1 Durocsowand Buggy and five Hemp Brakes. seven pigs. Also one second-hande- d one-year-old ur-char- d, 6" 5 Per Cent W. KING & SON yearling Draft Horse; 1 gelding, saddle bred; ft h two-year-o- ld six-year-o- ld eight-month- 's - Wil-lin- m m m e PUBLIC SALE TERMS WILL BE MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE! Bear in mind that the sale will be held at the King place, at Moreland, Ky., September 1st, 1917. For further particulars write or call on three-year-o- ld R. L. Berry - Hustonville, W. L. Neal - - Moreland, Ky. Ky. Ra-ne- y, REMEDYFORMEN. Mr. Berry, is disposing of his stock because he has to give up two of the farms he has been running, to the owners of them. Mr. Neal' reason is that he has sold a portion of his farm and must reduce his stock. ' Hfciv Ki,ipJ .' V . ' .w,.s 'k ' .A. 6 IW . .... . J! ' The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, August 24, 91 7 1 HEARD How Bad IN STANFORD Strong Kidkney Backi Hare Been Made Hit Corrected All over Stanford you hoar It. Doan's Kidney Pills nrc kccpinR up the Rood work. Stanford people nrc telling about it telling of bad backs made sound again. You can believe the testimony of your own townspeople. They tell it for the benefit of you who nrc sufTcrinR. If your back nchos, if you feel lnme, sore and miserable, if the kidneys act too frequently, or parsapes arc painful, scanty and oil color, use Doan s Kidney Pills, the remedy that has helped so many of your friends nnd neigh-borFollow this Stanford citizen's advice nnd Rive Doan's a chance to do the same for you. W. P. lluchnnnu, produce dealer, Lancaster St., Stanford, says: "A few years ni;o I suffered with n pain across my back that hurt me so I could hnrdlv do anythinir. If I stooped or lifted nnythinir I had n sharp catch across my kidneys. The action of mv kidneys was irretrular. also. Doan's Kidney Pills which I bought at Penny's Drug Store soon fixed me up in Rood shape." ' Price !0c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy pet Doan's Kidney Pills the same a. that Mr. Buchanan had. Foster-Mil-bu- rn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. (8-- l Larue county, Kentucky, where Abraham Lincoln was bom, has hum? up n record for the world to admire by filling! her quota of 132 men for the national army with the first 1,12 men who.se names were drawn. Not v m?.u failed to pass the physical examination or was rejected for any other reason; not a man claimed exemption on any grounds. Miss Annie V. Jennings left Thursday afternoon for an extended visit to her brother, W. F. Jennings, Fresno, Cal. She was accompanied to St. Louis bv her father, Mr. L. D. Jennings. Danville Messenger. Those favoring the commission form of government have filed with Judge G. W. Coulter the official 25 per cent, of the number of voters to call an election in Danville. PAINT LICK Miss Docin Alctcnlf is visiting friends in New Salem, Ind. Mr. Shoemnker, of Harlan county, is the gcust of Wm. Browing. Rev. R. C. Grier, of Louisville, preached at New Hope last Sabbath. Mrs. Isaac Arnold, of Anderson, Ind., is the guest of Mrs. B. Ramsey. George Napier, of Harlan, is with Burman Lcdford nnd family for a few days. Licutcnnnt Leo Ledford, of Fort Benjamin Hnrrison, is nt home on n short furloutrh. Mrs. Chas. Knight, of Louisville, spent a few days with Misses Alma nnd Marv Lear. J. L. Lewis, Secretary of State, spent one dny recently with sister, Mrs. W. C. Wynn. Kobt. Duncnn has the contrnct to build a school house near Edington in Madison conntv. Mrs. Sarah Ward and children, of Harlan county, are guests of Mike Noe and other relatives. Our village puts on n business air these days. Farmers arc hauling in their wheat and loading their wagons with coal. Their wheat money pays for the coah The B. Y. P. U.. of Mt. Tabor church gnvc a social in II. L. Wallace's lawn last Monday night in honand Miss Lula or of Lee Ledford McWhorter, who leave our midst soon. The Paint Lick Cannery has arand rived. The outfit cost $2,100 the capacity is 1,1)00 cans per dny. Let everybody get busy now nnd make it n profit and benefit to the LAND, STOCK AND CROP E. V. Carson bought of J. II. Floyd n Duroc Jersey bull for $50. Harry Frve bought of D. C. Tucker, of Danville, a milk cow for $50. n CUT PRICES We are offering several patterns Sport Skirt materials at reduced prices. W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Kentucky Youn Men YOUR pounds. J. W. Williams bought of Joe d yearling Chancellor n steer for $40 nnd another yearling steer from Mrs. Bedell Chnnccllor for the same money. W. B. Maynnrd contracted to J. H. Yowell 24 heavy hogs to be delivered the last ten days in October at 15 cents nnd ten lighter ones to go nt the some time at 14 Caywood & McClintock received a total of 2.000 lambs from Bourbon farmers the pant week which were shipped from Paris, Austcrlitz and Hutchinson Station. The lambs cost from $10 to $13.50 each, making nn investment of nround $33,000 for the entire purchase, nil of which wasJ sent to tne eastern mnKorts. There were over 3,000 cnttlo on the Mt. Sterling market Monday. Prices were some lower than a month d steers nrcvious". The best brought 8c, while plainer ones sold at Yearlings went at 7 to 7 to 7 Cows 8c nnd heifers at 7 to 7 community. Fifteen thin sold at G to 0 Tho children were cnteratined last to changed hands nt Monday afternoon by Miss Iver Led- mules Caywood & McClintock $155 botifht $200. ford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mil- 20 good mules nt $1(55 to $210. Mud ler Ledford, being her twelfth birth- McClintock bought a bunch at $150 day. Refreshments were served and Quite a lot of army horses everyone enjoyed the occasion very to $200.$90 to $110. sold at much. MDDLEBURG Several hundred workmen, emMiss Ruby Lee Fogle returned ployed in Krupp's Madgeburg plant, from :Ilino' Friday. have gone on strike because German man of the United The officials arrested one of their leaders. Realty advance here Friday adverCo. was Freight clerks and freight hand- tising the sale of the Hall Anderson lers of the C. & O. Railroad Com- farm near McKinney. Clarence Moore who has boon here pany at Ashland joined the C. & O. vard clerks who struck Tuesday for visiting the homefolks and attending tho fair, returned fo Stanford Monhigher wages. day. Miss Alma Phillips, of Liberty, accompanied him. Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Creech and Rev. C. D. Chick went to Stanford Sunday to see Mr. H. Z. Duke, the noted Texan, who has made himself famous bv his work and gifts in the cause of Christianity. Rev. C. D. Chick, pastor f the! Baptist church has given out that rein vival services will be held at the Baptist fhurch begining about Sept. 17. Dr. M. D. Early, paster at Stanford, will do the preaching. It is said that rattle snakes and crap shooters came near 'akinir th Liberty fair last week. Two large rattlers were killed on the grounds and Sheriff J. D. Taylor is raid to have rounded up a goodly number of cran shootersThose with whom we talked while in Lincoln last week were of the opinion that the Republican ticket in that county was about the puniest ever before trotted out. And come to think it does look a little sickly. The 500-pounc. 800-pounl-c. c. - thoroughbred Angus cow nnd cnlf for $200. Caywood, Smith & McCHntock, of Paris, bought from Montgomery county farmers this week, 20 head of mules nt from $155 to $125 a head. II. S. Caywood, of Paris, bought a bunch of 1,500 pound export cattle 'from W. Lois Thompson, of Montgomery county, for $11 per hundred -- E. V Carson sold to M. B. Cnrson Big Auction Farm Sale and Barbecue The F. Logan Thompson Preachersville Farm of in tracts of 50 acres and up 170 Acres, sub-divid- ed At Preachersville, Ky. Tuesday, August 28th 10:30 A. M., Rain or Shine This Sale will last but one honr. so be on hand promptly at 10:30 A. M Music by Excellent Band. Free! Barrel of Flour and Valuable Souvenirs and Presents Free! Free Dinner! This magnificent farm lies in a desirable section, and is near Preachersville School. There is a splendid lot of improvements in good repair, besides several good building sites. This is good land, well watered, and most of. the farm is well sodded with grass. Accompanying this land sale there will be a "clean sweep" sale of Horses, Mules and Cattle, Hogs, Farming Implements and Household Goods. "You cannot afford to miss this sale." Meet us at the Grand Auction Sale, Tuesday, August 28th, at 10:30 A. M. We feel that we have here a proposition that is worthy of every man's consideration. The United Realty Co. Home Office, Wilmington, N. C. O. T. WALLACE, General Manager For further information, see, phone or write Franklin Smith, Crab Orchard Springs Hotel, Crab Orchard, Ky. CEDAR CREEK VALLEY Mrs. John H. Saylor is on the sick v We are headquarters for FAIR WANTS Nice line of Palm Beach and Cool Clothes; Straw Hats; Leghorns; Split Straws and Panamas; Shirts; Sox and Underwear. We have a full line of Ladies and Gents Furnishings. democrats with a very slight exception are well pleased with their ticket. It is the consensus of opinion among those who attended the South Kentucky Association Inst vock that the Pleasant Point neonle are among' the best in the world- Their hospitality did seem unbounded. Gind homes and no Were provided for all pains were snared to r.iaxa all feel at home. Though tli.j crowd was large dinner sufficient for all was spread each day and special pains taken to see that everybody was fed. The meeting was an enjoyable one in every particular and Pleasant Point people will ever be gracefully remembered by those who attended from a distance. - list. Mrs. Martha J. Broughton is visit ing in Danville this week. Harry Broughton visited MrsAfi-Tlnninl Rrnmrlitnn Fri.Iav. Miss Mary Saylor was the guest of Miss Maggie tsrougnton rriaay nignt. Misses Ethel Stapleton and Mary saylor were ine gucsis 01 miss mug a nv eicfor Miss Ethel hic VPfk. Stapleton is visiting Big Auction Land and Lot Sale Lancaster, Ky. The Judge Walker place of 24 acres will be in large building lots and small acreage tracts sub-divided turn? jgSijfcumiES Q.UBNTtKU ROBINSON'S The Stagg-Carpent- er 1-- to Seven persons, including two wom- is there. Her remains were laid en, are under arrest charged rest in the Ephesus cemetery. with the robbery and murder of John The Interior Journal $1.50 a year. Baker in Perry county. Hnlmnn Sntiirrlnv am Snndnv. The Death Angel on August 10th called for little Daisy, the eighteen-months-ol- d daughter of Mr. and Trhn TJovnolils. When God saw fr onnl-frnm tipnvpn and took fif Xla the little darling home. She was a bright little girl, the youngest cnuu nml tho net of the home, but God needed another little angel so he The bite of one mosquito, commun- took little Daisy. She leaves a weep icating pernicious malaria, is held ing mother, father, brother and sis responsible for the quick death of tor tn mnnrn bor loss, but bear ui) be three members of the Skinner family reaved ones for heaven seems nearer at Richmond, Va. since you know your little daughter Ben F. Jennings of Stanford, formerly linotype man on The Messenger, was here Sunday and paid the boys an appreciated call. Ben knows the machine thoroughly and sho' does know how to "manipulate the keys" on a Lino. Danville n Broughton was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Lela May Miss Maggie irin RfmicVifrnn ATrmilnv. Big Auction Farm Sale and Barbecue farm of 160 acres of good land to be subdivided into small tracts and' sold at public sale. 3 2 miles from Huston ville on the Bradfordsville pike. The land is fertile and in good state of cultivation. The sale will be made on the premises beginning at 10:30 sharp, on Wednesday, August 29 AT 10:00 A. M. Situated on Richmond street, at L. & N. just ten minutes walk from Lancaster Court House. This property is in a desirable neighborhood, lies well, and has splendid imrail-roa- d, Monday, Aug. 27, 1917 RAIN OR SHINE Sale will last only one hour, so be on hand on time. This is a very valuable piece of real estate, well improved, and if you do not buy a portion of it, you may wish some day that you had. Attend the sale any way. You may strike a greater bargain than you expected. Tell your friends farm will be and sold at 10:30, Monday, Aug. 27th, 1917, that the and meet them there. Terms very easy. Stagg-Carpenter sub-divide- provements. MUSIC BY EXCELLENT BAND! FREE BARREL OF FLOUR AND OTHER VALUABLE PRESENTS AND SOUVENIRS TO BE GIVEN AWAY t Absolutely Free! Don't Miss this Opportunity to Buy a Part of the Judge Walker place at Your Own Price, and on easy terms. d The United Realty Company The United Realty Co. Wilmington, N. C. O. T. Wallace General Manager i WILMINGTON, N. C. O. T. WALLACE, General Manager Wagnon, Hotel, Huston ville, Ky. For further particulars call on or phone John A.