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There were about 200 Dixie Highway enthusiasts present from various parts of Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee, in addition to the commissioners, C. E. James, Richard Hardy and C. H. Huston, of Chattanoogo, three of the seven incorporators of the Dixie Highway Association, met wsth the commission and agreed to hold a meeting in Chattanooga May 20 to elect pers. manent officers and adopt is independent of the The associaiton commission, the latter being appointed simply to select the route. After that it probably will be up to the to arrange for the other including raising funds. Peter' Lee Atherton was named a member of committee of six to act in the interest of Louisville as a point along the Highway. Representatives from Cincinnati. Eastern Kentucky and East Tennessee authorized the ap pointment of a committee of fifteen to represent the claims of Cincinnati and Lexington. One of the interesting features of the session Friday was a talk by Carl G. Fisher, the originator of the Speedway, the Lincoln Highway and t he Dixie Highway projects. Mr. Fisher said the commission should select the most direct route possible between Chicago and Miami, because the roadway would be used for fast travel more than for for ordinary sightseeing expeditions, and that all interesting sights along the line of the highway would ultimately be connected with it by means of good roads, so that those who desired could detour and view such sights. He called attention to the fact that the telephone line between New York and San Francisco follows the most direct route possible and that that line is only about fourteen miles longer than a direct route between Chicago and Miami would be. Mr. Fisher's talk was taken to indicate a trend in favor of Louisville as the crossing point at the Ohio river for the Dixie Highway because it furnishes the most direct route. However there is said to be very strong opposition on the part of certain big interests to have the road pass through Cincinnati, Lexington and thence on an air line to Chattanooga. by-law- Established 1860. 56th Year. LINCOLN DELEGATES TO WORK WITH LEXINGTON Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, April 27, 1915 Take a Delightful Vacation at the Expense of the Interior Journal '&. This Paper Step.,Whex Year TLi te Ob Label as hj Watch ? "cripHoB Promptly. Seaew Yop is .& "V X A - jy - "WV vuesdays arid Fridays COfiSSMAN HELM IS VH FINED IN POLICE COURT GOOD ROADS BOOSTERS GATHER AT MT. VERNON For Routing of Dixie Highway Thru Blue Grass Section Results of Meeting at Louisville. Considerable Friendly Rivalry Develops Over Location of Route of Now Famous Boone Way. THE CHANCE OF A LIFETIME. Is Offered the People of Lincoln and Adjoining Counties Good roads enthusiasts from all An unfortunate and deeply regretto take several delightful vacations to different points throughout Stanford's two delegates, Judge over this section ot the state talked ted personal encounter occurred last United States and Canada without cost and merely for a little the Boone Way, Dixie Highway and good Friday afternoon between CongressJames P. Bailey and J. S. Hocker, the of your spare time spent in the interests of this paper. man Harvey Helm, and Stewart Carroads generally at Mt. Vernon MonTour to delegate, S. M. Saufley, weing In these splendid vacation trips are included a other day. Stanford and Lincoln county son, the young son of W. A. Carthe Great Panama Pacfic International Exposition at San Francisunable to attend, went to Louisville son, in which Mr. Helm struck Carsent up a delegation of almost half co. The winner of this Tour will go in a party made up of Kenrepresent the interson a blow on the left temple, which a hundred, while auto loads from ci last Friday to and Lincoln county tucky people and under the personal direction of Mr. Daniel Bow-ma- r, ests of Stanford Louisville, Lawrenceburg, Harrodsthe youth says partially stunned him of Versailles, and chaperoned by Mrs. Bowmar. Other trips at the meeting to be held by the Dixie burg and Danville passed through for a while. The whole affair seems included in this great Travel Tour are two trips to Niagara Falls, Hghway representatives. After conto have been the outgrowth of a misStanford during the day en route to Toronto, Buffalo and Detroit, or two trips to Atlantic City, the ferring with a number of the promiunderstanding. As a result of the afJim Maret's town. Lexington and great Summer resort of the East In addition to the above tours, nent men in Louisville as to what acLancaster were also represented while fair a warrant was sworn out for will be ten tours to the Mammoth Cave, the Subterranean there tion Louisville would take in the matHelm and he was fined $50 and costs Joe Bosworth headed delegations Wonder of Kentucky. Without a doubt, this is the greatest list of ter and what location they preferred in police court by Judge R. L. Davifrom the mountain counties to the prizes ever offered in .a similar newspaper enterprise in this section the local delegates ascertained that son. Mr. Helm did not appear in east. of the state. Horse Show Day at Lancaster. that city was irrevocably fixed and court but was represented by his From the very inception of the We invite our readers to nominate popular people living in determined if possible to have the A large crowd attended court day counsel, Attorney K. S. Alcorn, who gathering a warm fight developed their towns and neighborhoods, whom they think would like to win road constructed from Chicago via over the selection of the route of the at Lancaster Monday, saw a good entered a plea of not euilty for him. one of these splendid vacation trips. All the trips are offered unIndianapolis to Louisville and thence Carson was the only witness introhorse show, and was "hand-shaken- " Boone Way from Crab Orchard on der the most liberal, conditions, so it will not be hard to win any of to Nashville, and from there to Chatby something like a dozen candidates duced by the prosecution. Carson's to Louisville. Lexington representaThe contests open to all; the "prizes are very valuable them. tanooga. The local delegates also intives championed measures and moor their friends, but did little else. statement is as follows: and well. worth striving for and it costs nothng to enter or try for terviewed the representatives who Trading in stock was very s1q "This morning Mr. Helm came to tions designed to take the route via The any of them. are urging the location of the road or yards were closed, and livestock of the Western Union office, of which the Blue Grass capital while HarThe full details of this mammoth gift enterprise will be anhighway from Chicago to Cincinnati any kind was very scarce. A number my father is manager I work for rodsburg, Danville, Lawrenceburg nounced next week but we would advise those who are thinking of and thence through the Bluegrass reof Lincoln county's fine stallions were him and called him out and told him and other cties along their way, entering to send n their nomination at once and get an early start in gion of Kentucky to Criatttanooga. taken over for the horse show, which some of his business or messages had fought for the direct route to Louisthe big race. To enter the contest simply fill in the nomination These representatives held a meetwas made up in quality what it lacked been leaking out, and that he was ville which will lead from Crab Orblank found in this issue with your name or that of a friend and ing at the Seelbach hotel to which the in quantity. Dick Scudder had his going to protest to the company if it chard to Stanford, Stanford to Danbring or send to the Contest Manager, care of Interior Journal, Lincoln delegates were admitted as noted sire All Peavine on hand in was not stopped. I was busy at the ville, thence to Harrodsburg, then to Stanford, Kentucky. Printed matter and full instructions will then representatives of this county and Lawrenceburg, Shelbyville and on to finest shape, and Nevin Carter's Ken- time but after Mr. Helm had gone, be sent the prospective candidate town. After a great deal of discussion tucky Gentleman looked very hand- my father called me out and asked Louisville. Compromises were necesBefore you forget send in a nomination today. it was finally resolved unanimously some. Both attracted much atten- me about it. I told my father I had sary, however, and Mr. J. S. Hocker, by that body that they would not only who was left in charge of Stanford's tion. Peyt Parrish, of Crab Orchard no idea how any message could have recommend, but earnestly urge the got lots of favorable comment on his leaked out in any way for I am very interests for the evening meeting, afBIG CROWD AT MT. VERNON seven highway commissioners apyoung sire, Rex Moki. Billy Burton's careful to protect all messages. I ter the bulk of the delegates had RESTORATION OF LANDMARKS pointed by the seven governors that caught the late evening train for Bleucher, was put tnrough his paces went down to Mr. Helm's office imthey locate the road from Cincinnati home, voted for a resolution whiph As Advocated by Congressman Helm, At Opening of Circuit Court Trying in his usual high class style and look- mediately. He came out in the little to Lexington and from there direct ed awful good. W. A. Price had hall to talk to me and I told him would take the route from Crab OrTo Annul Road Election. Creates Widespread Interest and feasible route to Chattanooga. Rex, a Rex Peavine horse, Ray and what my father had said and asked chard to Stanford, thence to LanThe Stanford representatives workcaster and on to Lexington. Circuit court began at Mt. Vernon Amon had Headlight and Clarence him who the author was of such a is being manifested Much interest ed for and voted for this resolution, A meeting of representatives of the here and elsewhere in the plan advo- Monday with a big docket, but as it Beazley had Duke of Denmark, which tale. He replied that he didn't have believing that this would probably counties affected by or seeking 'the cated by Congressman Harvey Helm is only a k term only a small made up about all the horses shown. to tell me and wouldn't tell me until make Harrodsburg, Danville, Stanroute will be held at Harrodsburg on at the meeting of the Commercial portion of the business will be tran- Bob Elkin lead the pony procession he had to." I said: 'Well you go to ford and Somerset points on the May 22 when the matter will be fur- Club last week, for restoration of the sacted. A fair-size- d crowd was in with his beautiful little animal and the party who told you that and tell great highway, and if it did not do so ther threshed out and efforts made old Logan's Fort and other historic town and the merchants were busy there were several other good ones him that le s a d n liar.' I was standing against the wall at the time, that the highway would be very near to settle the conflicting claims. edifices and historic scenes connected notwithstanding the general cry of shown to halter. to this town and would be constructed and he immediately hit me on the The Boone Way Assocation was with the early life of Lincoln county hard times. Court opened at ten through this county and not far from temple near the eye. He hit me with Lizzie Salter Dead. formally organized bv the election of and Stanford. Mr. Helm has received o'clock, when Judge B. J. Bethurum the other points mentioned. his fist. I must have been stunned James Maret of Mt. Vernon, "father" a letter from Hon. Logan C. Murray, delivered a strong charge to the grand Lizzie Salter, widow of Armstead There were a number of distingush-e- d of the "Boone Way" project as pres- of Louisville, who is a descendant jury, especially emphasizing the law Salter, colored, died at her home on for I never have let a man hit me, people from the city of Cincinnati, ident; W. O. Mclntyre, of Danville, from Gen. Logan, in which the keen- against the illegal sale of whisky in East Main street at noon Saturday of no matter how big he is without hitthere being at least twenty delegates and a secretary and est interest is manifested and approv- Rockcastle county and making clear paralysis. She was first taken ill the ting back or trying to defend myself. from that point. Indianapolis and treasurer to be appointed by the al given to the project advanced by the laws against it. The charge last- latter part of February, but it was When I sort of came to myself, I Indiana were also well represented. president. Judge B. J. Bethurum the local congressman. Mr. Murray ed almost an hour and was listened not until the first or last week that asked him what he had meant by doBIG BALANCE S CLAIMED There were delegates from the folwas chosen chairman of the meeting wrote about the matter as" follows: to with rapt attention by a court- her condition was regarded as very ing that and why he had hit me. He lowing points in the state of Kenin the evening, and made a model prehouse full of people. serious. She is survived by two chil- said that I had called him a liar. I Louisville, Ky., April 20, 1915. tucky: Middlesboro, Pineville, Lexing- By Depositor in Richmond Bank And siding officer. The Commercial Club I Hon. Harvey Helm, M. C, Stanford, At 11 o'clock the three candidates dren, George Salter of Jeffersonville, told him that tellhad not, I had simply ton, Mercer county, Lincoln county, the party who told and the people of Mt. Vernon gave all Ind., and the wife of W. J. Gilbert, of told him to She Files Sensational Suit Ky., for State Senator E. G. Asher, of Pulaski county and Wayne county. him the false report about me, that who came a royal welcome and hosMy Dear Mr. Helm: I am greatly Pulaski, A. R. Dyche, of Laurel, and Grand Rapids, Mich. The funeral ocThis meeting also appointed a delethe one who told it was a liar. He pitable homes were opened for the reRichmond late last ception and entertainment of their interested in your plan to revive the W. C. Black, of Knox, who were pres- curred at the home at three o'clock then said he was sorry he had hit me county represented, A dispatch from gate from each old Logan Fort and burial ground at ent, were given the opportunity to ad- this afternoon and burial followed in and begged my pardon several times, Judge James Bailey, being appointed week said that suit had been filed in guests. Stanford. There are many Logans dress the "dear" people. Each gen- Buffalo cemetery. Rev. Thurmond, will also select com- circuit court there is relatted to many from Lincoln, and At a meeting held in Masonic build- buried thefe, and while you are at it, tleman told in turn the great things of the Christian church, preached the but I told him it was too late, and petent persons from the counties not Covington, who is related to many ing in the afternoon Will Severance, went on out." great represented through which the pro- prominent Lincoln county people and secretary of the Stanford Commercial think of the monument to myLogan, he had done for the G. O. P., and each funeral. In assessing the fine upon Congot a liberal supply of applause. All posed location is expected to be built who was formerly Mrs. Lizzie Sexton, Club, stated the object of the pres- grandfather, Gen. Benjamin gressman Helm, Judge Davison said Beckham Answers Watterson. Shelbyville, with the inscription : of the gentlemen have done service to make a full and satisfactory re- against the Richmond National and ence of the Stanford gentlemen. He at "He lived in the hearts of his defendant failthat on account A dispatch from Flemingsburg ing to appear in of the which enhanced at Frankfort not in the penitentiary port of all the attractive and histori- Southern National banks and the was followed by James Maret, secretary-court countrymen and in the pride but in the State House and each has Monday said that: Senator J. C. W. the presumption of guilt and upon the cal points in their respective counties stockholders of the Richmond Nation- treasurer of the Boone Way, and of his Beckham and to present all information and al Bank. From the facts as alleged the real "father of good roads" in the and see ancestors" stone' fence going a record of which he seems to be spoke here and Judge E. e C. O'Rear further fact that Carson is a minor, the great prohi- being only 20 years of age, he would, today on State-widproud. seven com- in her petition, it would appear the mountains. Mr. John W. Brown was data that will enable the to ruin. John Allen and tKeSCritten-den- s bition. Senator BcKham took a fix the fine that he named. The aspirants for State Senator missioners to see that the proposed plaintiff deposited large sums of mon- made chairman of the meeting and are buried thefe with huh. and its . Asked if he 'Vaed to nfake .. were not the only candidates in town, whack at the Courier-Journroute as above indicated will indeed ey in the Richmond National Bank in after his brief, but pointed talk, Hon. ft On the' and in fact be the most desirable one the year 1900, on which deposits she Harvey Helm, Rev. D. M. Walker, Shelbyville Gen. Logan mdndment of however. There were present the sit editor, whom he depctbed a si "flun Statement iVlr. Helm said: "The con is also inscribed ting judge, Judge B..J Bethurum, ami f that can be secured through this was to receive four per cent interest Judge James P. Bailey, T. J. Hill, Dr. tents of telegrams, known only to "And to Arm'M'fm&&unni'' nis; opponent, n. o. xvenneuy, ox Beckham declared that he stands me, and young Mr. Carson, the opannually and in 1903 she deposited E. J. Brown, C. E. Tat. W. B. state to Chattanooga. wife, who shared with hinztthe Wayne. Both were doing all the exactly with President Wilson on "the erator, became known to persons not After electing Clark Howell, of At- - an additional sum of $7,000 as time of Stanford, TiJdgar Albright, perils of the wilderness home." prohibition connected handshaking they could, while Com- question of State-wid- e wnich, together with the editor of the Mt. Vernon Signal, and office. I went his lanta, as permanent chairman, theJleposits-oHarriet Beecher Stowe quoted this monwealth's Attorney M. L. Jarvis, and quoted from two letters of Wil- father whowith been my friendto and Commission for the Dixie High other, she was to receive four per Dr. W. E. Gravely of Brodhead, made Route has way, representing the seven States cent annually on the 17th of March speeches. All were enthusiastic for in Uncle Tom's Cabin, but as her own who wants to succeed himself, and son to prove it. whom I have endeavored to befriend, marks. One letter, known as the "Shan- and with a view of correcting the through which the highway will pass, of each year, and the interest she left the Boone Way and heartily com with no quotatfon to hear from you Walter N. Flippin, also of Pulaski, shall be glad May, 1911, matter without publicity, stated the fixed May 20 and Chattanooga as the also on deposit each year to accumu- mended the excellent work of Mr. in I the progress of your work and who thinks he would fill the office bet- non" letter, written inopponents of ter, put in every lick possible in be- has been used by the place for another meeting at late. She further alleges that during James Maret. date and him. In a few minutes the wish you good fortune in the end of half of their candidacies. Democrat- submission. In it the President said facts to which will he heard representatives of August, 1910, the Richmond National young man blustered into my office Among those who went up from Bank scheme. ic candidates for State offices were he is against making local option a and began passing the d n lie.' I the varous cities seeking to be along Bank liquidated its attairs, disposed here were Judge J. P. Bailey, D. D. your With kind regards, yours very truiy conspicuous for their absence, not one party issue. The second letter was struck him as soon as he did so. I the line of the highway. In order to , of its property, bank fixtures and Carrico, J. W. Acey, E. T. Pence, J. LOGAN C. MURRAY. of them being present, nor was one sprung for the first time in the cam- remained out of couv this afternoon iret at the facts desired the commis- - transferred its deposits to a new or- W. Rochester, Sam Robinson, Harvey paign Saturday and in it, written in still hope of making pubsion prepared a resolution covering ganization known as the Southern Helm, George H.Farris, W. B. McKin-neof them represented. Mrs. Jane C. Newell Dead. July of the same year, the President lic nowith the against him or the ofpoints upon which it wants infor National Bank, composed of practi charges the The only murder case on the dock- expressed the opinion that State-wid- e George P. .Bright, R. T. Bruce, cally the same officers and stockhold- I.M. Bruce, J. E. Bruce, W. H. Wear-exnation. At the home of her daughter, Mrs. et is that of Mrs. Philbeck, who killed prohibition is desirable in a State con- fice, with the result that I was heavipike, at a Miss Coffey in a fit of jealousy some This resolution, which will be sent ers of the Richmond National Bank, ly fined. Any further steps that I Thurman K. Tudor, Wm. Fields, Jesse C. Fox, on the CroshenMrs Jane year or more ago. It is claimed that taining a homogeneous population. be- may take will be taken with deliberaout by Secretary Walter Marr, of including John E. Greenleaf, who John Fields, C. E. Tate, J. L. Beaz-le- 8 o'clock Sunday evening, Mr. Beckham said he doesn't Springfield, 111., follows: maintained his position as cashier of tion." George F. DeBorde, J. M. Car- C. Newell passed from life unto she saw the woman sitting in her "Resolved, That the secretary be di- the new organization. Jtfrs. Coving- ter, T. W. Pennington, A. L. Pence, death, aged 82. On Wednesday pre- husband's lap and shot her, from the lieve either party need either advoState-wid- e, beand, rected to proceed at once by circular ton says that all of her dealings were T. J. Hll, Jr., E. B. Campbell, J. S. vious, Mrs. Newell, who was in fee- effects of which she died. Mrs. Phil-bec- k cate or oppose be a party issue, Adams Bros., to Erect New Building. cause it should letters and through the press to in- with Mr Greenleaf, who was cashier Hocker, Ed Wilkinson, Dr. E. J. ble health, suffered a stroke of paris out on bond and it is under- he and Judge not O'Rear, of opposite form the advocates of the various of both institutions, and that four Brown, Jack Rout, D. M. Walker, W. alysis, and later in the day suffered stood that her case will not be tried parties, and progressve The don't hesitate to speak to- Adams hustling of Hustonville, firm of routes that the directors desire at the days prior to her interest falling due M. Duncan, Will Severance, and E. another. She grew gradually worse until next term. is preBros., adgether. What the party should very earliest moment information on March 17, 1915, the said cashier, Mr. C. Walton. Dr. W. E. Graveley and until the end came. The remains were gentlemen composing the vocate, he said, is the right of the paring to extend its busness, having The Greenleaf, died, immediately after R. H. Hamm joined the Stanford taken to Pulaski county this mornthe following subjects: just purchased the lot to the east are: W. M. Bullock, A. i.r ?i "Mileage in each county under the which she went to the bank and, ac- Boosters at Brodhead and wore Stan ing and this afternoon will be laid to grand jury Lee Renner, Taylor Mul-lin- s, people to vote on the question of oi its present4.1locution, tt una uuou i.i.r iuv, State-wid- e prohibition. cording to her passbook and balance, ford Commercial Club badges Bob rest in the Pisgah burying' ground, H. Hamlin, proposed route. Adams will erect a brick Floyd Brock, W. B. Ed In the course of his address Sena the Messrs. "Condition of this road and mileage she should have had on deposit the Collier brought up from Crab Or- after services at the grave by the pas- Sigmund,Fletcher, tfray, vv n. addition to their store, in which they U. s. tor Beckham said: classfied as (a) highly improved with sum of $11,511.50, but according to chard Dr W. W Burgin, L. L. San- tor of that church. The entire Fox will manufacture and sell ice cream. Courer-Journa- l, E. M. Cummins, J. J. Ball, Chas. "The editor of the hard surface; (b) gravel macadam or the books of the bank she only had ders,, J. T. Cherry and Attorney W. family accompanied the body. Mrs. Baker. The petit jury is as follows: building The n chief liquor will front portion of their be made Newell had long been a member of W. M. Arnold. Jim Johnson, T. J. which is the chert; (c) natural without hard sur- the sum of $2,592.18, a discrepancy B. Hansford. be nicely fitted up and face; (d) grades and drainagee. of $8,919.32, which amount she the Presbyterian church and was a Pennington, Garfield Clark, J. M. organ in the State and which places into a rest room and retreat for lathat "Number and character of bridges claims, with interest from March. consecrated, good woman, whose Norton, B. C. Minks, Gus Stavison, its allegiance toout as cause above all dies who come to town, and who will others, started a supporter of Hustonville Defeats Middleburgl the hearts Lee, King, J. W. Parsons, Levy (a) concrete; (b) steel; classified at redeath will carry sorrow to e, Woodrow Wilson for the Presidency be enabled to obtain rest and (c) wood; (d) free or toll. Hustonville defeated Middleburg of all who had the good fortune to Ireland and Hopper Honored. Chas. Daily, George Murphy, and eulogized him in the highest freshments there. This new building "Streams without bridges and conSaturday afternoon, through the su- know her. Besides Mrs. Fox, Mrs. will be quite an addition to the meElder, Superintendents Garland Singleton perb pitching of Hicks, and the heavy Newell leaves a son, Mr. B. G. Newell J F. Smith, Chas. Lovell, Jacob Ben terms. But when the organized li- tropolis of the West End. dition of fords. Gaither Philbeck, O. F. Hamm, quor forces of the State determined "What arrangements have been and W. C. Wlson and County Trus- - hitting of the Hustonville boys. one of the best citizens of Pulaski V. Riddle, Spencer Mullins, James him, the same editor, ever made for putting these roads in first-- j tees Wm. Landgraf and J. F. Russell Hicks allowed only four hits and county, and two other sons, who by Head, M. G. Noe, Luke Bowman, to oppose to obedient Cherry Smith their wishes and commaintaining them; returned from Louisville late last struck out 13 men. The line up was honorable dealings have gained prom- Wheeler Clark, Madison Mink. class condition and mands, shifted his course and the character of road to be built; full par- week greatly pleased with the results as follows: inence in Oklahoma, their adopted Miss Leva Cherry, the attractive Monday was the annual horse show course of his newspaper, denounced of the Kentucky Educational Associaticulars. Hustonville Conway, 2b ; Hicks, home. and a good many fine horses were ex- in his customary style the man whom sister, of J. Thomas Cherry, the "What guarantee will be furnished tion meeting. They report that T. W. p; Eads, 3b; Sandidge, c; Rffe, lb; hibited. Considerable attention is be- he had so lately praised and spoke hustling Crab Orchard merchant, was Interesting Pulaski Case. that road will be built and maintained Vinson, of Louisville, was elected Weddle, ss; Stagg, rf; Barnette, cf; ing paid to the raising of stock and of him as 'the crook from New Jer- married last week to C. H. Smith, of president of the Association to suc- Bell, If. as represented. Conway. The wedding occurred at The Pulaski Circuit Court was re- there seems to be a determination on sey.' -, MiddIeburg--Compton"At what date can road be ready ceed W. P. King, of Newport. Anp; P. Mil- versed last week by the Court of Ap- the part of the farmers and others to and "But now in the high tide of his Brodhead, the home of the bride popother Louisville man, R. E. Williams, ler, 2b; O. Wesley, ss; C. Wesley, lb; peals in an opinion by Judge Settle for dedication. to the best ob- great success and power, like the quite a number of friends of the "Population to be served, tributa- of the Western Departmental School E. Miller, c; Patterson, rf ; Singleton, in the case of J. S. Waddle, a police- raise the standard flunkies they fawn as his feet and ular couple were present. tainable. ries and feeders, historical attractions was elected secretary to succeed Mr. 3b; D. Hogue, If; L. Hogue, rf. man, against J. C. Wilson, who reman, make awkward attempts to represent An Indian patent medicine and such other data as advocates may Vinson, who had held that position for Home-ruRiffe. Sacrifice fly, Riffe covered $927 damages for unlawful with a monstrosity who permitted him as their friend If the resuscitaTo Distribute Fish. ten years. The position of secretary wish to submit. arrest against Waddle and the Narocks broKen with a sledge ted Shannon letter is so good for pays a salary of $2,000 a year. Other "That the persons delegated by Whitley Votes Roads Bonds. tional Surety Company. Wilson was hammer on his stomach, a blind or- them now, why wasn't it good enough The fish car of the State Game and county authorities to furnish officers chosen were: R. F. Gatiher, had At good roads election held Saturshow requested to fur- Minerva, first vice president; T. S. day Whitley county voted $250,000 arrested on information that he fair gan player and a vaudeville enter-tanme- to keep them from fighting him in Fish Commission is being put in readithis information be county cut crowd considerable nish each member of ths organization Williams, Hardinsburg, second vice of bonds by 7 to 1 majority. A meet- and Ernest Barrett at the in the jail. gave theand all were well patronized. 1912. Possibly they also knew about ness to distrbute fish to the streams was kept over night the Grogan letter written two months of Kentucky this spring. The first May president; Miss Ella Shaunty, Spring- ing a copy of the same on or before men has called the deAuster-lit- z, later, and a al field, third vice president, and Miss for of business to discuss been Dixie The chargeinwas disproven, but the po The Stanford crowd of Booneway ways careful letter which they areany trip probably will be made to fish will 10, 1915. next week the his suit aeainst never to publish in Boosters spent money liberally with Bourbon county, where May 20, the Lida F. Gardner, Carlisle, treasurer. Highway movement. Business men of fendants, "That at meeting of his bond, alleged that he the patent medicine man, but it. is all of their papers. be secured from Clay's pond. directors hear from such representa- W. O. Hopper, of Mt. Sterling and J. Williamsburg want the highway to liceman and was fined for disorderly conduct in a mistake about a certain physician tives of various routes as have fur- W. Ireland, of Bellevue, were added come through Lexington, Crab Or- Police Court, which they contended among them buying the entire stock nished the information herein re- - to the board of directors. chard, Mt. Vernon, London, Corbin, was a bar to his recovering damages and patent right from the "big In75,000 EXTRA VOTES FREE Williamsburg, Jellico and Knoxville for his arrest, though the felony jun." On the first three subscriptions you send in before May 20th. You can to. the South. Committees from Whit- eharce was not substantiated. The An effort is being made to annul SIGN THIS NOMINATION BLANK ley will with committees bonding company also alleged that the election held some weeks ago easily get three subscriptions before that time if you try and it will give from other counties who have recent that it had paid $550. previously on when bonds roads were you a good start in the big race. The Special Ballot is only good when acand send it to the Contest Manager, care Interior Journal, Stanford, Ky. ly voted bonds to make application Waddle's bond of $1,000, which voted. 'A suitfor better was filed yesterday and companied by an old or new prepaid subscription. Send the Special Ballot Printed matter and full instructions will then be sent prospective candi for Dixie Highway with the Dixie would leave it liable only for $450. it is probable that it will be tried at in with your remittance, to be countersigned by the Contest Manager. dates. Highway commission of Kentucky. Demurrers to both these defenses this term of court. The charge is were sustained, for which error the made that those who ' opposed the NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. Court of Appeals reversed the judg- bond issue were not represented in ment, with directions to overrule the the selection of election officers. Bru-nRev. D. M. Walk- -f will preach at demurrers. & Thompson, London attorneys, Mt. Xenia Sunday afternoon at three represent George C. Fish, T. B. Lair, o'clock. 'Sunday school will be held Concerning Delinquent Children. GOOD FOR 1,000 VOTES and the other half dozen complainGOOD FOR 25,000 EXTRA VOTES at 2:30 o'clock. Certifying to the law in the case of ants. The probability is that their k service at the Presbyte- the Commonwealth against David T. work will amount to ijttle or nothing. , . . I nominate In The Interior Journal's Travel Tour and Prize Contest rian church Wednesday evening, April Franks, the Appellate Court last week A prominent Boone Way enthusiast 28, at 7:30 o'clock. Acts, ninth chap- held that the County Court has ex- told the I. J. man that the opposition . When accompanied by one prepaid subscription Postoffice .. ter. clusive jurisdiction over delinquent malie no kick on the election officers Dr. J. A. Trostle left Saturday to children. The appeal was taken from until a day or so before the election As a Candidate in. the Interior Journal's Travel Tour & Prize Contest Contestant begin a protracted meeting at White's the Grant Circuit Court. Franks was and it was then too late to make a Station, Madison county, Sunday. It indicted on the charge of grand lar- change. Jack Leece, one of the oldest men will continue ten days or two weeks. ceny and his attorney filed an affidaPostoffic District No. Franks was only 17 of the county, died at his home on vit stating that was buried Sunnew rottmatier at numpnrey Special ballot is good far 25,000 extra votes for the contestant years old. The Commonwealth Attor- Copper Creek and W. T. Warner has been appointed ney moved that the Court dismiss the day afternoon in the family burying named above if accompanied by either an old or new subscription to years old d The name and address of people making nominations will not be postmaster at Humphrey, Casey coun- prosecution on the ground that the ground. He was The Interior Journal. divulged. Only a limited number of nominations will be accepted. did not have jurisdic- and a splendid citizen. Deceased was Circuit Court ty, vice E. P. Wilkinson, resigned. Each contestant may use three of these ballots but each ballot It is understood that for eack candidate nominated, only one nomition, tfhe Circuit Court, however, on a relative of our countyman, Wade must be accompanied by a prepaid subscription for one year or the case Leece, of Crab Orchard. nation coupon which entitles the candidate so nominated to 1,000 American newspaper correspond- its own motion transferred more. This ballot is not geed until returned to the Contest Manager Hon. Fontaine Fox Bobbitt, of votes will be accepted by the Contest Manager. ents in the eastern zone are sending to the County Court. The Appellate for his signature before May 20th. the Circuit Court Crab Orchard, is one of the visiting back horrible tales of death, destruc- Court says that Send all nominations to getting his share of tion, rape and barbarism at the hands should have dismissed the prosecution. attorneys and is CONTEST MANAGER of the Russians before Germany The complaint could have been made the practice. The old gentlemen is drove them out of Poland, that make in the County Court and Franks i very popular in Mt. Vernon and is Void unless signed here by the Contest Manager V. Care Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky all other atrocity reports of the pre- would have been brought under its shown much attention by the people generally. ' care and supervision in that way. sent war appear insignificant.' 23-Day The Interior Journal in its big Travel Tour and Prize Contest offers the people of Lincoln and adjoining Counties an opportunity de-tal- is, the last few years have all been for the better and the little city where the Boone Way first had its inceDtion is rapidly becoming one of the best towns in the mountains. Bob Collier, one of the Crab Orchard boosters of the Boone Way, who was at Mt. Vernon yesterday, spent a good part of the time treating his many friends to a ride in his handsome auto. At one time he had 28 children in his car and they were having the time of their lives. Editor J. M. Alverson, of the Anderson County News, was one of the crowd of Lawrenceburg Boone Way boosters, and with them stopped for a short while in Stanford this morning on their return from Mt. Vernon. Many of his friends here gave mm tne giaa nand. Mt. Vernon looks prosperous and is growing rapidly. The changes in Following Personal Encounter With Stewart Carson, Son of W. A. Carson, Over Telegraph Messages. long-distan- ce one-wee- vice-preside- nt al Mc-Kinli- n Pan-Americ- an - . y, n, y, i- well-know- Es-tridg- n, 100-pou- va-vio- us nd nt NOMINATION BLANK er SPECIALS ALLOT Mid-wee- 1 80-od- &. M$, The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky" Tuesday, April 27, 1915 Hie Interior Journal NO LIMIT TO SCHOOL TAX Is Imposed By Constitution Say Appellate Court In Garrard Case The opinion of Judge Carroll of the Court of Appeals, dissolving the 1 A TEAS STRICTLY IN ADVANCE injunction against B. F. Robinson in Many people look upon Bank as merely his suit in the Garrard Crcuit Court safe keeping. money a place to KnUrti at tht pottoffio mt Stanford m against H. S. Christopher to restrain the collection of a second tax of 20 i man to be well dressed must not only be careful in the selection of this. We render ncond clatt mU mattr. This is more cents on the $100 voted by the peo- school district No. POLITICAL ANNOyNCEMENTS pie of consolidated many services to our customers, so many his suit and shoes, its the trimmings the little extra touches Journal is authorized i i?"t and a poll uuc ot ?i.o is important waiuui we cannot enumerate them here. But we to The Interior following I candidates I yrymaiicia. announce the . ciitiiapf-- .v .. iUJ. nfKna OUUJvvv t.f UUIVV, fill' out and finishess his attire. These days now call for coats off willing to help primary, August an, T.hP. JpmnprAT.Ifi The people of three districts, which know we are want you to j.io. were consolidated into this one, voted For Circuit Judge you with all financial matters of importance a tax levy of 20 cents and a j)q "tax means fresh, pretty SHIRTS you must have. Shirts is one of HARDIN, of Mercer county. C. A. of 25 cents in February, 1913. In to yourself. CHASi C. FOX,, pi Boyle county. August of the same year, finding the the most particular articles of a man's apparel he changes them of-tenrevenue was not sufficient, the trusAll matters pertaining to business of our For Commonwealth's Attorney second election of Boyle customers are held in the strictest confidence. E. V. PURYEAR, of Mercercounty. tees called a an additonal taxand the levy of county. people voted has to have them neater and fresher than any other garment. B, W. KEENON, OWSLEY, Jr., Lincoln county. 20 cents and a poll tax of $1.75. J, 8. It was against this second tax RobFor Railroad Commissioner WHITE SHIRTS there is nothing prettier than a pure white shirt inson secured his injunction. WM. F. KLAIR, of Fayette county. law, Judge Carroll Construing the J. E. NEWMAN, of Nelson county. said "the School Board may submit to with narrow plaits or tucks; or a white negligee with soft or launderFor Circuit Clerk the voters of such consolidated district a proposition of a tax sufficient JESSE D. WEAREN. ed cuffs; or the new athletic shirts in white with short sleeves and a to provide for the consolidation of MARSHALL C. NEWLAND For Representative in Legislature Schools within that boundary and for collar made to button up regular' or to roll down very low, is beauty transportation of pupils to and from W. G. GOOCH. such consolidated schools." This propsubmitted to the and comfort. Then the cool, thin, attractive SILK SHIRT is now the Mr. Stanley, candidate for Gover- osition "may be regular at the nor, says when he opens his- - cam- voters trustees or at any election for : : : other time." paign at Frankfort May 1, he is "go- school seems" he said, "that it was the rage with the young men, and then comes the conservative, useful, "It ing to tell some things that they'll manifest purpose of the Legislature have to notice." It is not knOWn who $100,000 Capital tnese always good, neat effects of narrow spin stripes of black or blue, or "they" are, but it is probable that to give tne people inhand in consolithe imdated districts a $100,100 he ra&ans his opponents. Further position of taxes.free limitations imSurplus The along in the interview he says he has helio "all these we can furnish in most any size, with or without colI "got the goods on certain political posed by Sections 10T and 180 of the Resources over $500,000 to the amount of Consttution busvbodies and that he is going to property and as poll tax that may be 50c to $3.50. lar, with long or short sleeves, spill the beans." That Mr. Stanley who levied have no application to propwill talk out in meeting, none" school erty and know him will deny, nor will they purposes poll taxes voted for of a , LET US SHOW YOU SHIRTS under the authority parrot, gainsay the fact that, like the general election.- he has already talked too darn much. "The section of the statutes quoted That silence, at times, is golden, the will never get into does not limit either the amount of property or poll tax that may be levhis cranium, it seems. ied, nor is there any limitation on HUSTONVILLE, KY. the number of elections that may be to such Our sympathy goes out to Judge held to increase the tax to accom-a sum as will be sufficient Full Stock of Groceries, Crown Gasoline, MaLewis L. Walker, of Lancaster, in the loss of his wife. Few men of his age plish the purposes of the legislation. the chine Oils, Etc. Get my Prices. have been called upon to give up The statute gives the people all disthree helpmeets, thus applying the power that in their judgment and sufThey will surprise you. most crucial test that man has ever cretion may be needed to impose faced. May a merciful God spare him ficient tax. If at any time they reach .Deafness Cannot Be Cured the conclusion that the tax is more by local applications, as they cannot reach the Of Highest Market Price Paid For Country Produce from further such ordeals. diseased portion of the ear. There is only one than sufficient for the purpose in- way to cure All Kinds. tended, it may be reduced by a vote al remedies. deafness, and that is by constitutionDeafness is caused by an inflamed Eustachian of The town of Warren, 111., has just of the people or the entire tax may condition Whenthe mucous lining of the yon have a is the glistening whiteness of well kept teeth this tube is inflamed Tube. a woman be voted away. elected to its mayoralty rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when matter has been left It is entirely closed Deafness is the result, and "This whole 74 years of age. She is Mrs. A. R. unless the inflammation can be taken out and Canfield and for 30 years has di- to the people to determine. They this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearnot vote a tax as they ing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of vided her time between running her may vote or nothing ten are caused bv Catarrh, choose. If the tax first voted is not an inflamed condition of the which Is surfaces. but I millinery store and working for wo mucous will remove the tartar from your teeth and make them white and may continue to hold We will give One liunami uonars lor any case man suffrage. She should nil the bill sufficient they that of Deafness (caused by elections and vote taxes until the re- cured by Hall's Catarrh catarrh) Send cannot bo antiseptically clean. The use of this daintily perfumed powder will to a nicety. for circuCure. quired amount is raised. Likewise at lows ff eliminate disease breeding germs. Strengthen the gums and make F. J. CnEKEY & CO.,- Toledo, O. elections they may reduce the tax or the mouth and breath sweet and clean. Your money back if not Sold by Druggists, 75c.. Always on Hand. Get Them in Three- - Times Each State Senator Helen R. Robinson, abolish it altogether." satisfactory. Chief Justice Miller and Judges Take Hall's IMmlly Pills for constipation. of of Colorado, says that the secret 25c a can Sold Only By Us Week. political success is silence, and we ex- Settle, Turner' and Hurt sat in the E. J. Tanner Honored by Maccabees pect the old girl is right. But who in case and concurred in the opinion. the deuce ever heard of a woman, and Mr. Edward J. Tanner, of McKin-neespecially an old maid like Helen is, Nothing So Good for a Cough or Cold this county, was honored at the keeping' silent: state THE REXALL STORE you want meeting of theweek, byMaccabees in When yoxi have a cold beng elected Lexington last the best medicine obtainable so as to State Record-Keepe- r. Call and Get Some. Hon. M. F. A Richmond, Va., man wants a di- get rid of it with the least possible deformerly of Stanford, was revorce beceause his wife told him she lay. There are many who consider elected State Commander. Mr. El-kwas only nineteen and he finds out Chamberlain's Cough Remedy unsurand W. E. Johnson, also of Lex she is thirty. Poor fool. He deserves passed. Mrs. J. Boroff, Elida, Ohio, ington, were elected delegates to the THE MOST what he got if he knows no more says, '"Elver since mp daughter Ruth supreme review of the Maccabees to about a woman's age than he has was cured of a severe cold and cough be held in San Francisco the week beshown in this case. by Chamoerlam's Cough Remedy two ginning May 16. Other officers who years ago, 1 have felt kindly disposed were elected ,at the Lexington meetThe startling news comes that while toward the manufacturers of that ing were C. B. Thompson, of Lebanpreparation. I know of nothing so on, Past Commander; Julian T. Yatestifying in the Roosevelt-Barne- s damage suit in New York, Mr. Roose- juick to relieve a cough or cure a ger, of LaGrange, Lieutenant ComOF SILKS, CREPES, CREPE DECHENE, SILK AND WOOL velt, the complainant, frequently cold." For sale by all dealers. mander Wm. Dingus, of Prestonsburg crosses on leg over the other Just State Chaplain; Dr. E. B. Pendleton, New. Railroad in Mountains. think of it The doughty Colonel POPLINS. SHOES AND OXFORDS, SILK HOSE EVER SHOWN Physician; W. E. Burk, Ashland, SerContracts will be let within the geant; E. C. Cosby, Junction City, will be doing the trapeze act next. next thirty days for grading the ex- Master at Arms; A. J. Arvin, IN CRAB ORCHARD. COME TO SEE FOR YOURSELF. :: tension to be built from Barbourville first Master of Guards; C. miles by The Zeppelin raid on London is to Manchester, twenty-fiv- e second Master Morrison, scheduled for August when two fleets the Cumberland Northern railroad. W. Guards; T.Paducah, J. Guthrie, of Gravel of of flying ships will make the trip The line has been surveyed from Bar Switch, Sentinel; C. A. Honhaus, of to Count Zeppelin's secretary. bourville to Beattyville, seventy-fiv- e The fleet now comprises 1,366 units, miles, but will be constructed, this Covington, Picket. 36 of them being dirigibles, and about vear onlv as far as Manchester. En the middle of July 15 airships of a gineers are locating the roadbeds for Here's You greatly improved type will be deliv- tms section oi. me rauroau. il win ue ered. Each will be armored and ca- completed and in operation by Janupable o?arrying two tons of ary 1, 1916. The road will have a The People's Market Place Adverof 1 per cent., grade of nine-tenttise What You Have to Sell and will be built on a substantial A prudent mother is always on the scale for the heavy coal and lumber AMERICAN hand corn planters at 34-- 1 watch for symptoms of worms in her tonnage that will be developed. At George H. Farris.' Opposite the Court-Hous- e, children. Paleness, lack of interest in Barbourville connection will be made play, and peevishness is the signal for with the Louisville & Nashville, and Graduating Presents at Mueller's "' " - -' ' WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE. A when completed to Beattyville confew doses of this excellent remedy nection will be made with the Lexing- Jewelry Store, Stanford. puts an end to the worms and the ton & Eastern. The new extension child soon acts naturally. Price 25c will open for development one of the FOR SALE. Milch cow and young per bottle. Sold by Shugars' Drug largest coal and timber sections of calf. Cow an excellent milker. W. dffWmBWWWBftJEjjikw , Store, Stanford, oVLyne Bros., Crab Kentucky. H. Rigney, Hustonville, Ky. Orcahrd. Plain-VieCorn Planter As Seen By The Man Planting Wl h It. Home Burns in Madison. Report of the condition of If anything human can be called perfect, here at last is the perfect FOR SALE Forty yearling steers, Irvine Hume lost his country home good, young ones, and 10 young cows seed dropper. THE PEOPLE'S &ANK in Madison county by fire Saturday. with their second calves. A fine lot of You can see what you are doing every minute with the Plain-Vie30-t- f. spout right doing business at the town of Huston-vill- Loss $5,000, partially insured. Planter. Every seed passes up in plain sight and drops into the them. Josh Jones, Stanford. before your eyes. Note the grain just falling into the spout, the two grains county Kencoming up in the cups, and the surplus grains falling back into the body of tucky, at the of Lincoln, state of the Who Can Doubt Sworn TestiI HAVE a new sheep clipping maclose of business on the hopper. fp .Sfivfcve wain . 15th day of April, 1915: mony of Honest Citizens? chine and aan experienced man to The selection of each seed is done by Nature's ereat law of gravitation operate same. Will clip sheep for 10 Resources The slanting plate causes the surplus seed to fall by their own weight. Only Loans and discounts Some time ago I began the use of cents a head. R. K. Pepples, Stanf$58,157.42 34-2- p the seed in the cups are carried into the spout. with the most re- ord. Phone 11 F. 50. your Swamp-RoOverdrafts, secured and There is no brush or artificial cut-oof any kind. There is nothing unsecured 208.42 markable results. For years I was alanywhere that can bruise or injure the seed. With sound seed you can be Stocks, bonds and other most a wreck and was a great sufferTRUSTEES who Want a first-clas- s, sure of an almost perfect stand. ,w tlisesJfS! .altS. securities 112.07 er. I was so bad at times I would experienced teacher should Due from banks 7,216.27 faint away and had sinking spells. phone Miss Fannie Young at HighCash on hand 4,723.27 Finally a new doctor was called in land or write her at Waynesburg, R. and he said that I had kidney trouble F. D. No. 1. Will give reference if Checks and other cash 31-items 12.00 and gave me medicine, of which I wanted. took several bottles. I obtained some Banking house, furniture and fixtures 6,200.00 relief from this but I was getting weaker all the time ; I could not sleep in DR. J. G. CARPENTER Office Lincoin County National Bank so much pain that my Total $76,629.45 and suffered Building Eye, nose, throat, ear, Gen-ethusband and children had to lift me Liabilities urinary, rectal, pelvic diseases, in and out of bed. After this time two surgery, consultations. Eyes skillfully Capital stock paid in iT c, yTl. 4.0 BBw5''5BBp sent me word to try Swamp-Roo- t, ' ., in cash $25,000.00 friendswhich I did. and I am glad to tested, glasses scientifically prescib-e- d. 16-3Surplus fund 3,300.00 state that the first dose gave me Undivided profits less exAfter taking the third penses and taxes paid.... 276.59 ereat Irelief.helped into bed and slept A. S. PRICE DENTIST dose was Deposits subhalf of the night. Hours, 8 to 4 o'clock ject to check $31,155.61 I took several bottles of Swamp-RoTime deposits 8,855.00 40,010.61 owe my life to Office Over Shugar's Drug Store and I feel that I Due banks and trust this wonderful remedy. The two famcompanies 1,542.34 ily doctors said that I could not live Bills payable 6,500.00 three months. I would have to be HARRY JACOBS helped in and out of the bed ten to Total Manufacturers and Dealers in $76,629.45 every night. After takState of Kentucky, County of Lin- twenty times Swamp-Rotwo High - Class Monuments. Kilmer's for coln, set. We, W. M. Myers and J. ing Dr. was entirely tree irom W. Hoskins, President and Cashier of days I could sleep soundly. getting Original Designs and Prompt Service We have just unloaded a car of Lehigh Portland Cement up and . the above named bank, do solemnly Guaranteed Quality Connections MRS. D. E. HILEMAN, at our warehouse. If you are in the market for cement this swear that the above statement is at all Granite and Marble Quarries. W. V. Tunnelton, true to the best of our knowledge and is a chance you cannot afford to overlook. Lehigh is a cement Personally appeared before me, Office and Works on Cemetery Hill. W. M. MYERS, President, J. this 11th of September, 1909, Mrs. D. belief. Closed on Saturdays which gives you the best value, for it is ground to such a W. HOSKINS, Cashier. Subscribed E. Hileman, who subscribed the above Telephone 164 fineness that it makes the strongest concrete. and sworn to before me, this 22d day statement and made oath thai th STANFORD KENTUCKY : : Crab Orchard - - - - - - Kentucky of April, 1915. J. H. Hocker, Notary same is true in substance and in factj My commission expires Jan. Public, JOSEPH KILLER. 20, 1918. Notary Public. Editors and Managers. The Service We Render put Bank ibr than WALTON & SAUFLEY a MEN'S SHIRTS. A but hot that that that . "" that er; Lincoln County National Bank Corner Next to Court House Kentucky Stanford B. W. LEIGH. ::::::::: McRoberts & Bailey at OUR GREATEST AID TO BEAUTY. Fresh Vegetables The Rexall Antiseptic Tooth Powder - A - Best of Fruits of Various Kinds. y, Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. El-ki- n, E. B. Campbell, Stanford. in ATTRACTIVE LINE Camp-bellsvill- e, ac-cord- ng L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. w I ff 1 What Want hs T. D. NEWLAND I Wants to Sell You a W. J. Oliver Plow. A Plow that is O. K. Also Your Good Fresh Garden Seed. w e, Go To Farris' For Your ot W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. 6. Garden Tools and Seeds.... o, till Great Variety And Prices Right. I m ot STRAW HATS, A Car of Lehigh Just Arrived ot Straw Hats for Young and Old, from 10c to $2.50. W. E. PERKINS J. C. M'Gary LbfllbllCEMENT has been used on many of the largest municipal and paving contracts throughout the country a good test of its reliability. It will give you the best satisfaction in your concrete work. Come in and let us figure on your requirements. FOR SALE BY J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. M i See the I. J. for lowest price on horse and jack erards clothing house in this Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago 111. My experience in measuring and directing the making of your clothes, ives me the advantage over one who is not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order I will promise you a square deal. You toII get the worth of your money, either in the cheapest grades or the higher priced. My SPRING and SUMMER line of samples are now ready for your inspection., Call and let me show you. H. C. RUPLEY, th Practical Tai!? made-to-order I represent the largest and best TO THE PUBLIC. country Dr. Kilmer Binghaaaton, N. Y. Prove What Swamp-Ro- ot Letter to I INSURE Jc Co., Your Property in the Will Do J. L. Beazley & Co. KAflB UNDERTAKER Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. for a sample size bottle. It will c6nvince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of For You Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with & SMITH, Agents J0 W valuable information, telling about the kidneys and bladder. When writing. bVsure and mention the Stanford Intibr Journal. Regular fifty size bottles for cent arihe-dolla- r 20-- 2 sale at slW drug stores. AND EMBALMER SAP Stanford, Kentucky Furniture Mitting, Bus. Furniture Exchanged fer all Kinds Off to PhtM 117. Hmm Pttsnt 31 Of Steck STANF0HD. KY. PHONE 42 CTJWF0RD. KENTUCKY. UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMEI ft ilLoJ- - -- ' The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, April 27, 1915 aretroubled with heartburn, gases and a distressed feeling after eating take a If You Heard About Town L. C. King, of Hubble, has joined the host of Ford owners in Lincoln, having just purchased a touring car from Anderson Bros., of this city. JSSSSSSSk before and Tablet HAVE YOU A BANK ACCOUNT ' ????? If not, do you expect to go through life without one? Improve your financial condition. Make money tave it. Deposit it in the FIRSTNATIONAL BANK where it will earn you interest and secure you a living when you are old and too infirm to work, r : : : : Personal and Social , Social Calendar -- May 1 Senior Contest at High School Auditorium at 8 o'clock. Admission free. April 28 The Woman's Club will J. Nevin Carter attended court at meet at the club rooms at 3 o'clock. Lancaster Monday. Supt. Garland Singleton was in Crab Orchard today. Miss Gustava Brummett is the guest DYER, TENN., MAN of Miss Mary Reed at Lancaster. Mrs. Laura to LouisSUFFERED 40 YEARS ville Monday Hundely went daughter, to visit her Miss Sarah Hundley. J. T. Castleman Finds Hope Fulfilled Miss Mary Shepherd Cook has been After Passing Threescore suffering for several days with a seYears. vere case of tonsilitis. ' Rev. Alfred A. Higgins, of LouisJ. T. Castleman of Dyer, Tenn., ville, is the guest of his parents, Mr. suffered from stomach derangements and Mrs. W. H. Higgins. for forty years, taking all sorts of Mrs. J. H. Gaines, of Lexington, medicine, following all kinds of med- is here at the bedside of Mrs. Mary ical advice. Gaines, who is quite ill. J W. Brackett was over at VerIn all the forty years, he said, he never had a real good day until he sailles Saturday to look after a green tried Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. Then house business in that city. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Hunn and lithe discovered something. Let his lettle daughter, Sarah, were the guests ter tell about it- "The first dose of Mayr's Wonderful Saturday and Sunday of his brother, Remedy caused gall stones to pass Frank Hunn and family in the West from me. I am feeling much better End. Poole Mrs. than I have ever before. I am 64 Bradshaw andPerkins, Mrs. Archidean Miss Perkins, of Lanyears old and I had never before encaster, were here for a short time joyed one whole good day. Saturday. "I would not give the one bottle Mrs. Emma Rutledge and Miss Cecil you sent me for all the drugs and doc- Royalty, of East Bernstadt, have retors' medicine that is made." turned home after a vist to Mrs. G. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives per- H. Masters at McKinney. manent results for stomach, liver and Mrs. Mary Wallace and daughter, intestinal ailments. Eat as much and Miss Marietta Wallace went to Lanwhatever you like. No more distress caster Monday to spend several days. after eating, pressure of gas in the Mss Amanda Goggin, of Louisville, is stomach and around tbeheart. Get one here visiting relatives and friends. -Judge James P. Bailey spent Sunbottle of your druggist now and try it on an absolute guarantee if not satis- day with the family of his son, J. factory money will be returned. Carroll Bailey, at Crab Orchard. I i . LAD I ES Do You Know Munsing Wear Comfort? NO BINDING, NO SHRINKING, IN TO ALL WEIGHTS, MEDIUM GAUZE WEIGHT. UNION SUITS IN LOW NECK, NO SLEEVES, TIGHT KNEE, LOOSE KNEE, VESTS AND PANTS IN SAME, PRICES 50c to $1.00 THE SUIT. OTHER QUALITIES, 10c, 15c, 25c THE GARMENT.. :::::: Severance & Son . DISPLAY IN Mid-Summ- er Millinery May 5, 6, 7, 8, 0 Mid-Summe- A Reduction In All Spring Hats . Come and catch on to the prevail- Catch ing styles for approved styles for. Summer wear. r. Prices as usual, Lbwer than elsewhere. Come and be convinced. OurSpring Line now complete with all of the fabrics. Clearance Sale still on. See our Ladies' Suits at $5 and $7.50. EMPORIUM, CHAS. WHEELER, HustonviUe, Ky. Harry Jacobs, the monument man sold a fine French Creek granite monument to Mrs. Toddj of Chicago, for mother, Mrs. Nancy Ann Logan, H. L. Bailey, who has been sick for herbe ia'V to erected in Goshen cemetery. Of-several days, is able to be out again. Mesdames Ivan Fish and Henry Newland, of Crab Orchard, were here of An auto load of prominent citizens the West End of Lincoln, went Saturday afternoon. through to Richmond Monday to atMr. and Mrs. H. C. Wray, of Danof Charley ville, spent Sunday with her mother, tend the trial charged with Reid, of Milledgeville, bootlegMrsWoodie Hale. ging. Several from Stanford also C. P. Ware, of Somerset, came up went over to attend the trial. Sunday to visit his brother, J. M. Ware, on the Somerset pike. A Washington dispatch Miss Cordier Heitz, of Louisville, is Francis Weatherf ord, who issays that now guest of her cousin, Will Cordier rying the route under temporary car the apand wife. pointment of Miss Mary Bruce, post Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McKee Riffe master of btanford, has been chosen or about May 5th we will move our entire spent Sunday in HustonviUe with to be the carrier on Rural Route No. relatives and friends. 5 out of Stanford to the West stock of goods to the Lapsley Store rooms, in Mrs. Frank Smith, of Maysville, is The appointment is effective MayEnd. 1st. visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Rey- Mr. Weatherford is making a model nolds. and adjoining the Hotel Annex on East Main St., carrier and the patrons of his route Miss Liccie Beazley, who is visting will be glad to learn that he will deher sister, Mrs. P. C. Sandidge at liver their mail permanently. formerly occupied by Pushin Brothers, where we is reported quite ill. Mss Jane Mitzger, of Niles, Mich., WOMAN'S CLUB NOTES. will be temporarily located during the time reis the guest of G, T, Ashlock and Miss The Woman's Chab has made an Annie Ashlock. Mr. George Lawson, of Garrard, effort to clean up and improve the quired for erecting a modern store building on the the town, and wishes to spent several days with his daughter, sanitation ofgratitude to express its the officials Mrs. W. A. Brent. site of our present premises. Our original inMiss Myrtle Murray, of Crab Or- and the people generally for their cochard, was the week end guest of operation. vote of thanks is due A special the Mrs. Maggie Gover and Miss Ida Judd tentions were to remodel our old building, the entered so heartiMrs L. E. Carpenter and son, Jack, colored people who They ly into the work. have a very arrived last week from Philadelphia, active and efficient club and are makopportunity presented by these vacant store Pa., to be the guest of her parents, ing great progress along many lines. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Menefee. More than one hundred and fifty Mrs. Susan Smith is in Louisville rooms eanbles us to completely vacate our pres wagon loads of trash have been rewith her daughter, Mrs. Zan Dudder-a- r, moved and now that the town has who has been very sick for some been cleaned, a request is made that ent building, and we have decided to carry out a time. himself Mrs. J. S. Rice has returned home everyone shall "consider help keep a committee of one it long-cherishplan of erecting after a visit of several weeks to her clean. Cleaning Up to the kind of a Day will be obmother, Mrs. Mary Garnett at Cave served every Spring and Fall and inCity. ' throwing tin cans and other modern store we require for our ever-incre- aMr. W. A. Macartney, of St. Louis, stead of around promiscuously, it debris Mo., representing tne Vermont Mar-t'-e would be much better to have a resing business. J The loyalty of our friends has Co., called on Harry Jacobs Mon-oaceptacle for such things. Then when be an Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bourne, Miss cleaning timetoccmes it would front made this possible, ask you to visit us in easy matter have it put in "Dodo" Bourne and Bradley Bourne, of residence and thus save much time of Lancaster, were here Sunday the to furnish our temporary quarters, where you will find the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Warner. and expense handsthose who away. to haul it wagons and Mr. J. S, Hocker was at Pineville it was In and Middlesboro on business for the found supervising the cleaningrelative same high quality of merchandise, and a most that many ordinances Cumberland and Valley Land Com- to the sanitation of the town have pany, of which he is in officer. Attention is called to hearty welcome. Mr. R. L. Porter will leave Friday been violated. there is an ordinance the fact that morning for Kell, 111., to spend some prohibiting the slaughtering of anitime with his son, Robert Porter and mals within the town limits. Also, family. ponds of stagnated water, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Severance mot-oi'e- d hogpens, or anything offensive to the smell are to Shelbyville Tuesday, taking subject to fine. Mrs. Severance's mother, Mrs. Alice all All closets must be Kept clean and Pickett, home. be during the inoffensive Miss Angie Carpenter, of Huston-cill- e, months of and should July, August May, June, is the guest of Mrs. Carrie Cun- September and sprinkled ningham, at her home on the Blue with lime, ashes orOctoberother good some Grass pike. Danville Advocate. Cashier M. B. Salin, of the State disinfectant. Any violator the above ordiDANVILLE, KENTUCKY Bank, spent several days in Louisville nances is subject of fine and the city to with Mrs. Salin, who is in a hospital officials say the law shall be enforced. there, and underwent an operation. The creek has been declared a nuiD. M. Phelps, of Madison, spent sance, because it has been used as a Saturday and Sunday with his mother, dump pile for trash of every descrip5 who is now making her home with her tion and the stream has been stagna) "I Don't Feel Good" daughter, Mrs. R. C, Hocker. ted and obstructed. Thai is what a lot of people tell us.' Mesdames P. M. McRoberts, H. J. The program for the Tegular meetUsually theirbowels only need cleansing. McRoberts, G. G. Perry and Miss Bet-ti- e ing to be held Wednesday afternoon, McCann Perry spent several days April 27 at 3 o'clock is as follows: last week in Louisville.. Subject "Nature aid Bird Study" make you feel fine. will Miss Sophronia Fox came home "The First Trees, Flowers and We do the trick and know this positively. Take on she is from Fort Thomas, where Mctonight. Sold only by us, 10 cents. . teaching, to attend the burial of her Fruits of Spring." Miss Annie Kinney. grandmother, Mrs. Jane C. Newell. Penny's Drug Stor. "Characteristics of our Mrs R. G. Hampton, of Lebanon Birds," Mrs. W. B. Mcilinney. Spring Junction, is here for a few days beSTANFORD, KY. Reading Mrs. J. P. Turner. ent Teacher's Club Wednesday afterfore she leaves for Springfield, Ohio, At a recent meeting of the club noon in the graded school building An to visit relatives and friends. vote interesting program was arranged Walter Scott, of Covington, who a risingMattie of thanks was tendered and refreshments served. Misses and Bettie Paxton for has been the guest of his father, Daefficient Mr. and Mrs. John Shackelford are vid Scott and other relatives here, has their faithful andlibtsr" isservices as growing receiving congratulations since the arlibrarians. The home returned the all Mr. and Mrs. Walter Owsley and more rapidly year thea time and vol- rival of a dainty little girl at the home of its grandmother, Mrs. Emma Miss Allie Stagg, of HustonviUe mo- goal for the salary isfor thousand the librarian. G. Kauffman. umes and a tored to this city yesterday and spent FedThe State Convention The Chautauqua Circle held a a few hours. They went on to Lan- erated Clubs of Kentucky of the held will be CRUSHED STONE For Sale At All Times. meeting the past week at the home of caster. all in Lexington, May 17-2Mrs. Ida M. Derr, of Marion, 111., clubs are invited and expected andsend Misses Martha and Helen Gill. The to subject of the lesson was, "The Fun-- , has been the geust of Mrs. M. M. will Eweeney, en route home from Miami, delegates, who Club. be entertained by damental Principles of Obedience." Fla., where she hah been for several the Lexngton State President has conThe Lancaster High School Team Mrs. Lacy, months. Saufley the crossed bats with the Danville High Mr. and Mrs. Andy Gooch delight- ferred on Mrs. Shelton nominating School Team in the Athletic Park fully entertained at a six o'clock honor of being on the It is Friday afternoon and the score stood committee course dinner last Friday evening in hoped that at thea convention. the lo- 7 to 6 in favor of the Lancaster boys. quite number of a "j yrf honor of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goff, cal club will attend for one day at Henry Boyle, a son of the late of St. Joseph, Mo. Squire Robert Boyle, died in a hosMrs. G. H. Preston, of Danville, least. pital at Covington, of tuberculosis, was here today to see her brother, M. and the remains were brought here LANCASTER. S. Peyton, who has been sick for sevGarrard county will raise the larg- for interment. He - was 43 years old eral weeks, having recently had a est crop of hemp that has been raised and is survived by- two sons and a stroke of paralysis. daughter, four sisters and three broin years. Weed Robinson and sister, Miss thers. Dr. Charles Zimmer and wife and Louise Robinson, of Chicago, 111., who W. Beagle is in Brodhead, Rev. came here to attend the burial of little son, of'Pomroy, Ohio, are guests engagedJ.in an interesting revival, their grandmother, Mrs. Nancy Ann of Mr. and Mrs R. Zimmer. The residence of J. S. Johnson, on which he thinks may last 10 days or Logan, returned home Monday. two weeks. A. H. Severance, Wm. Matheny, of the Danville pike was completely Mrs. Herbert Price and little consumed by fire. Mr. Johnson had this city, and R. G. Hampton and J. daughters of Danville, were in LanB Gordon, of Lebanon Junction, left $1,000 insurance on the house and caster Saturday with Mrs. D. M. today for Rockcastle county where $200 on the furniture. Lackey and daughter, Miss Jennie. Mrs. Howard Rice of Richmond, they will spend a week fishing. Mr. John R. Henderson, a highly Mrs. L. C. Kelly and daughters, Ind., is here for a visit to Mr. and respected citizen, died at his home in Misses Lucile and Majel Kelly, of Mrs. H. Clay Sutton at their subur- Lowell, of organic heart trouble. The Campbellsville, and Mrs. Alfred Eads, ban home on the Lexington pike. Mr. S. N. Davis, of this place was deceased was 73 years old and leaves of Crestwood, Shelby county, arrived called to Mt. Vernon by the sudden a wife and six children. The funerale. Saturday to be at the bedside of their death of his father, Mr. W. A. B. Da- services were conducted by Rev. mother, Mrs. T. D. Newland. of Paint Lick Presbyterian The condition of Mrs. T. D. New-lan- d vis. The deceased was 65 years of age Church, Mr. Henderson having been is causing much alarm. Her and besides his wife, he is survived a devoted member of that church. Was Superintenchildren in Texas, Mrs. S. M. Duncan, by nine children.He Schools State Scout Master Stanley Harris of Rockdent of the County Thomas D. Newland, Jr., and Jim to the station and three Y. M C. A. leaders were Bob Newland have been wired to castle and had started here Friday, Saturday and Sunday to to take the train for Louisville. come to her bedside. Friday Hugh Hemphill, Andrew meet the Lancaster Scouts. camp fire Mesdames Dr. and Mrs. Burdette Ramsey and night Mr. Harris joined in a e, daughter, Mrs. HolToway and little Hemphill and James Arnold of Mr. meeting with the local scouts and inare here for a visit to daughter, of Chattanooga, Tenn., teresting stories were told by the boys and Mrs. W. A. Arnold. passed through here last Friday on Conn and little grand- and a prize awarded for the best Mrs. James their way to Lancaster to visit friends story. An appetizing luncheon was Tinsley- and relatives. They will return here son, Harold Lawton Mrs. Sue are at served. Curtis to in a few days to make their daughter, home after a visit The Young Fellows' Shop, Mrs Gerhard Eppin and daughters, at Stanford. Mrs. John Bright, Jr., a visit. the funMiss Alpha Jones of this city, and of Louisville were here for Dr. and Mrs. Burdette Ramsey who C. W. McElkanan of Atlanta, Ga., eral of Mrs Lewis Walker. have been spending the winter in the Mr. and Mrs. H. Clay Hamilton the BapSouth, stopped over for a visit to were united in marriage atH. Beagle have returned from a stay in LouisJ. their daughter, Mrs. J. P. Frank and tist parsonage, the Rev. is the young ville and Sellersburg, Ind. The bride Miss Ramsey, before returning to officiating Dr. John M. Casey, of Danville, a and their home in Paint Lick. Danville daughter of Mr. groom Mrs. James graduate of the Cincinnati Veterinary is the assistMessenger. Dr. and Mrs. Ramsey are Jones, while the College will come to .Lancaster soon parents of Mrs. John Bright, Jr., of ant of Dr. J. J. Pursley. Club held their last to practice his profession. The Woman's this city. One of the saddest deaths that has TRAIN EXCURSION Mrs. John S. Wells, of Danville, meeting for this season, and it was occurred in Lancaster for quite a business meeting, was one of the popular visitors in in the nature bf a and while was that of Mrs. Lewis L. Nashville Easter week. Mrs. Wells they have outlined their work year. Walker. She died quite suddenly of the ensuing and her daughter, Miss Mary Manier elected officers for Mrs. J. A. Amon and little son heart disease at her home on Water Wells, were guests of the former's street. The deceased was 31 years sister, Mrs. W. R. Manier. Mrs. Wells have returned from a pleasant visit old and was the adopted daughter of was complimented with a round of in- to friends in Cincinnati. MAY 9 th. She was Mr. and The parents entertained the Par-- possessed Mrs.a R. Zimmer.lovable disformal luncheons and teas during her of sweet and stay, and Miss Wells was also charm position, drawing a host of friends ingly enxertainea. lNasnvme rmuner. t.n her hv her bright and cherry smile. CITY ROUND TRIP iThe funeral was held at the residence When Motoring to conducted by Rev. J. Rockwell bmith, White Display of Sumassisted by Elder F. M. Tinder. Much SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. sympathy is felt for Judge Walker mer Hats Noel Sisters, .... and little son, Charles, and Mr. and Stop At The Mrs. R, Zimmer and famly. Danville; on Saturday, Ask Ticket Agent for Particulars 1 Farmers and others who live at a May st. Please call and distance from a drug store shoulld H. C. KING, Pass'r and Ticket Agent 33-- 2 keep in the house a bottle of BALsee them. ' Refresh Yourself LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It may And 101 East Main St., Lexington, Ky. be needed at any time for cuts, Germany will win by June, accordin pji'r Soda Parlor. sprains or rheumawounds, sores, ing to a former Boer leader, Gen. S. tism. It is powerful healing and pene-tratin- g Pearson, just back from the Euroremedy. Price 25c, 50c and ' (incorporated) pean conflict. Methods of hammer$1.00 per bottle. Sold by Shugars' ing away as did Gen. Grant in the Drug Store, Stanford, Ky., & Lyne DANVILLE, - - KY. I. Civil War will eventually triumph, YOUR JOB PRINTING Bros., Crab Orchard. he says. obtain prompt relief. Sold only by ue,25o Penny's Drug Store. after each meal and you will REMOVAL NOTICE Welsh & Wiseman Co. "N Mil-ledgevi- but ed just that y. and'we Welsh & Wiseman Co .Concrete Engineers, ROUT & MARTIN, Estimates on All Classes of Work. Block Work A Specialty. 1, J "i Spring Styles Panama and Straw Hats Custom Shirtings Fine Neckwear Palm Beach Suits Eld-ride- FINE FOOTWEAR. PARKS & HENDREN, Danville, Ky. Nich-olasvill- SPECIAL CINCINNATI Sunday, and RETURN H $1. 5 O FROM-JUHGTIO- at DANVILLE.... Shop Perfect. SHOP PERFECT BRIla TO THE J. .!. Vf ( r r- - I The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, April 27, 1915. Farm and Stock News L. C. King, of Hubble sold a calf) to Mike Rogers, for 25. The Eagle Roller Mills of sold to Louisville parties 3,000 bushels of wheat at 1.50 a bushel. J. Briscoe Crain sold and delivered to Meier and Huffman, the Danville cows at five butchers, four and a half cents a pound. B. T. Lunsford, of Preachersville, sold half a dozen hogs last week to Loge Thompson, to go the last ten days in May at seven cents a pound. Will R. Cook and Alex Walker, of Lancaster, bought in Wayne county Law-renceburg, A Sale Of Wreckage FROM "Me for 'GETS-IWhen I Have Corns" T' TO ERECT NEW BUILDING Welsh & Wiseman Co. Plan Handsome Home at Danville WHEN YOU PAINT "The Brand That Satisfies " USE The Welsh and Wiseman 900-pou- nd r Cos Building, AT DANVILLE, KY. m "Having secured the contract to wreck the iWelsh & Wiseman Co's Store, I find the following materials will not be needed in the new construction, and now offer for sale at most reasonable prices 3 Modern Steel Ceilings, size 24x70 feet. 3 Modern Steel Ceilings, size 26x98 feet. Modern Steel Ceiling, size 22x50 feet. 46 Windows complete 2 Single Glass, 30x40 inches. 3 Modern Store Fronts complete. 30 Stone Window Caps; 2 Stairways. 1,000 loads dirt, and 100 perch Building " ' Stone. I will begin to tear down early next week, so anyone interested in any of the above will have to see me quick. 1 young cattle, weighing all the way from 700 to 1,000 pounds at six and a half to seven cents.. James Roberts, the veteran stock trader of Pulaski county, was here Saturday. He was accompanied by his son, James Roberts, Jr., whom he is initiating into the business he has followed for the. past quarter of a century. . James Roberts, of Pulaski, and Green Gooch, of Waynesburg, sold to S. H. Baughman 27 mixed cattle for $750. Mr. Roberts bought of Virgil Raney, also of Pulaski, five mixed cattle for $142.50, of J. W. Pedigo seven for $133, a steer of Simpson Stodgill for $45 and three steers of Tom Whitted at $18. Harry D. Frye, near Hedgeville, steers to d sold 18 head of Charley Lutes, of Goldsboro, N. C, last week, which the letter's father John Lutes, took up for him and will graze for a while. Mr. Frye has had them on silage all winter. He sold the beeves at seven cents a pound. 40 800-poun- Stomach Trouble Cured. Mrs. H. G. Cleveland, Arnold, Pa., writes, "For some time I suffered from stomach trouble. I would have sour stomach and feel bloated after eating. Nothing benefitted me until I got Chamberlain's Tablets. After taking two bottles of them I was cured." For sale by all dealers. KIDD'S STORE Sam Campbell and family have moved to the Black pike. Cecil Bohon, of Decatur, 111., was a late visitor, who in t few years, has so changed in stature and looks, he was strange to all his former summer-outing chums with whom part of every day was spent in the old swimming hole. Clay White has taken position in a department store here, demonstrating kinship of neatness and Godliness. Casey is awakening to the value of good roads which archaeologists find the old Romans made before the Christian era, and an issue of road bonds is advocated by the enterpris- - Arthur M. Walker, DANVILLE, KY. CARROLL PRESTON I will stand this great sire and show horse for the season of 1915 at Nunnelley's Stock Yards at the low figure of $15 To Insure a Living Colt. Money due when mare is parted with or re- moved from county. Carroll Preston has been before the public long enough to need no extended description. He has proven an exceptional breeder of high class horses both for saddle and harness purposes. He is in fine shape this season, and you will make no mistake in breeding to this great animal. W. O. WALKER, Stanford, Ky. After you have crushed all the limestone you need for your own use, make money crushing your Buy It With Your ProfUs Only practical crusher made to crush any size, for concrete and road work as well as inTmtmn3m-m--vmoci-ja- m Wheeling Crush-You- r Wheeling mer. steel built, is will earn big profits. No need to invest a lot of the only crusher to buy. Made in seven muuey our jo. i. scans you. Aaa capacity nm sizes to nt all crusning needs as needed possible only with a Wheeling. and conditions. "Mixing Brains, with Farming" tells all about Evfts fluP I WUI FRFF BUUH liming profits, how crushing pays, facts every , ,'"V ! Rnnlf tanner needs to know. Write for it today before you forget locality. in. - 0s WCEUKGMeUI&FOOmYCO., Rarniond Street, WHEEUR6, W. A. Ptonicr Manufacturer of Umntow Cnuhwi sn ng and progressive element. There is almost universal disappointment in tobacco beds of this neighborhood. Many have resown and some have removed canvas, abandoning crop. Continuous freezes after warm spell in early March' are believed the cause. One of the most successful growers of tobacco demonstrated ti his conviction that thich-e- r canvas is best safeguard against the occasional freezes which are always to be feared. When an orchardist announced in February that peach buds had been killed, it was a shock to the hopeful optimist but confirmed by all investigations yet heard from. .rned that next Your "local" is visit had best" be unCTer a white flag with a bundle of olive branches or incognito. To confound the venerated and $34,405.21 , Total virtuous mayor with N G., I. 0. 0. F. county of LinState of Kentucky, L. (Noted Grand of Illustrious Order of Furniferous Loafers) of the city, coln, Set. We, E. J. Tanner and J. is almost1 blasphemous and indigna- W. Sallee, President and Cashier of solemnly do above named Bank, tion is riotous. C. T. Bohon, of Lebanon, was with swear that the above statement is us last week in quest of mules for true to the best of our knowledge and belief. E. J. Tanner, President, J. W. European war. Subscribed . and Cashier. The dry weather has produced a Sallee, crop of clods which is not comforting sworn to before me this 26th day of to cultivators of bottom lands. Ever Annl. 1915. My Commission exhopeful of propitious conditions, thelPires March 19, 191b. b. M. Ware, shifting teams from mows Notary Public, , trouble of disks and drags and keeping well up with plows, tempts to continuance of Good Farm at a Bargain. the old plan of I will sell my home farm of 230 We farmers and are a class of grouchers whom con- - acres at a bargain if taken in the next 30 days. This is a great oppord ditions rarely please and in methods fail to anticipate probable tunity for some one R. H. Crab Orchard, Ky. 33tf adversities often easily avoided or averted. Whilst Mother Nature is ordinarily wondrous kind, she is Rheumatic Pains Relieved. curiously capricious. Why suffer from rheumatism when Is it so? A Boston paper is quoted relief may be had at so small a cost? that dry states, without a licensed sa- Mrs. Elmer Hatch, Peru, Ind., wrties, loon, can be traversed from Atlantic "I have been subject to attacks of to Pacific and a drink bought in every rheumatism for years. Chamberlain's one. And a late New York paper ex- Liniment always relieves me immeditolled model morals of state of Maine, ately, and I take pleasure in recomis patriarchal and mending it to others." 25 and 50 where state-wid- e booze a staple. cent bottles. For sale by all dealers. An unparalleled case of repentance, reformation and proffered restitution is the sensation not far off. Oil, Oil, Attention Farmers. A Holy Roller convert confessed damI can save you money, can fill your age done a'neighbor, proffering pay- barrel, or sell you a No. 1, ment. The neighbor disclamed the steel barrel with faucet, 50 galindebtedness with startling informa- lon capacity, at a low figure, and fill tion that with conviction as to per- same with the best oil at low prices, petrator of his damages, he had saving you from $1 to $2. squared the debt by retaliation in If you cannot make arrangements kind. The devout neghbors are through your merchant, call or phone criminals subject to prdse-cutio- n Standard Oil Agent, J. W. SWEENfor felonies. EY, Lancaster, Ky. Phone 152. 30 .- Lincoln county friends of that well Never Fails. good to seo how known firm of Welsh & Wseman Co., It does your heart easily and quickly any corn comes oat of Danville, are interested to know when you put "GETS-IT- " on! And then that it plans to erect Very soon a modwhen you've gone along for years trying ern new structure on the site of its old building on the corner of Third and Main streets in Danville. The Advocate says of its plans: The Welsh Took. ' gets-i- t & Wiseman Company, one of the oldMokes est and most reliable business estabCorns Fall lishments in Danville, has decided to Right tear down the present building loOffl" cated at the corner of Third and Main streets, and to erect a strictly modern three-stor- y establishment on the site. The firm has had the matter of remodeling the present rooms under consideration for a number of years, but experienced two drawbacks inability to secure the adjoining room Cc. ijJ formerly utilized as a jewelry store .V everything, when you've sat up nights and temporary rooms of sufficient cawrapping up your toes In bandages, pacity for occupancy during the pesmearing on salves that rub off or swell riod of remodeling. up the corn, pasting on cotton plasters The adjoining room was secured slaughtering that make corns your toes with razors, jabbing them with some months ago and the Lapsley knives and pruning to the quick with rooms, formerly occupied by the Hub scissors and then yon put on 2 drops of Department store, have been engaged "GETS-IT- " and see your corn fall right for temporary quarters off why, It just looks like a miracle. Just The stock of goods will be moved try it. "GETS-IT- " never fails. No pain, to the Lapsley rooms on or about the no trouble. Use it for any corn, callus, 5th of May and immediately after wart or bunion. the vacation of the present rooms, the "GETS-IT- " is sold by druggists everywhere, 25o a bottle, or sent direct by E. same will be torn down and a ten-foLawrenceMfc Co., Chicago. basement excavated. Mr. A. W. WalkSold in Stanford and recommended er has been awarded the contract for as the world's best com cure by wrecking the old buildings, putting down the new foundations and makShugar's Drug' Store. ing the excavation for the large basement which will be concreted and When a merchant was tendered pay prepared for a regmr store room of for an implement stolen that debt modern conveniences. had been squared by payment of In the meantime plans and specifi claim made against shipper. How cations will be executed for the main about moral of hoping the good man building and contract awarded so like luck in squaring with the that there will be the least possible delay. The new building will be three stories high and provided with every To have a fine healthy complex- modern convenience as a mercantile ion the liver must be active, the establishment. The old room has bowels regular and the blood pure. been occupied for 63 years by the All this is brought about by using firm, which has enjoyed a continued growth, its cusHERBINE. It thoroughly scours the and unprecedented all the surroundcoming from liver, stomach and bowels, puts the tomers well as. from Boyle county and body in the condition and restores ing as new building that clear, pink and white complex- Danville. The buff brick and will be will be constructed of ion so much desired by ladies. Price 50c. Sold by Shugars' Drug Store, a great improvement to the business enterprise Stanford, Ky., & Lyne Bros., Crab district of Danville. Thethe firm at and progressive spirit of Orchard. this time is in keeping with the past record of the establshment since its Report of the condition of incipiency. THE McKINNEY DEPOSIT BANK A Cure for Sour Stomach. doing business at the town of Mrs. Wm. M. Thompson, of Battle County of Lincoln, State of Kentucky, at the close of business on Creek, Mich., writes: "I have been troubled with indigestion, sour stomthe 15th day of April, 1915. ach and bad breath. After taking two Resources. bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets I Loans and Discounts $23,280.67 am well. These tablets are splendid Overdrafts, secured and none better." For sale by all dealers. 414.95 unsecured 4,909.60 Due from Banks Report of the condition of the . -. 1,098.69 Casi on hand CRAB ORCHARD BANKING CO., Checks and other cash 98.75 items doing business in the town of Crab Banking, House, Furniture of 4,250.00 Orchard, county of Lincoln, state on and Fixtures Kentucky at the close of business Other Assets not included 15th day cf April, 1915. under any of above Resources 352.55 heads $58,323.75 Loans and discounts Overdrafts, secured and Total $34,405.21 j. 264.57 unsecured 6,252.17 Liabilities Due from banks 2,632.70 Cash on hand Capital stock paid in, i $15,000.00 Banking house, furniture in cash 3,000.00 and fixtures Surplus Fund I..- 2,214.79 3,460.00 Other real estate Undivided Profits; less ex455.39 Other assets not included penses and taxes paid.... 315.10 under any of above heads Deposits subject to check 16,735.03 Simple As Saying It; H. S W. Pure poiDCwwrE-9r!- Prepared Paint DURABLE PROTECTS YOUR BEAUTIFIES PROPERTY H. & W. Paint works freely under the brush, covers surface thoroly to stay covered, also leaves an attractive appearance. Never use cheap Paint (the Best is always cheapest in the end) therefore ask your dealer for H. & W. Pure Prepared Paint and accept no substitute. pop-eye- d, ot High grade Paints have the analysis label on each can. Demand and accept no brand of Paint that does show analysis of its contents. : : : : : SHUGARS' DRUG STORE, STANFORD, KY. SPRING ANNOUNCEMENT. Our entire stock of New Spring Goods has arrived. Every department is. full to the brim. Men's and Young Men's Clothing, Oxfords for Men, Boys and little Gents, Ladies and Misses. We are showing these in all leathers; also White Cravenettes, with red Mc-Kinn- rubber soles. A new line of Dress Goods, Children's Wash Suits, Little Dresses and Little Play Suits for Boys and Girls. Camp Fire and Tennis Oxfords. We have a large supply of Straw Hats of all kinds for Boys, Misses and Little Folks. Call around and we will show you. Total Capital in cash Deposits $74,248.29 Liabilities stock paid in sub-ject'- to Robinson's. Surplus fund check $37,511.87 Time deposits 10,507.00 Bills payable $15,000.00 3,000.00 48,018.87 8,229.42 - -- -- each-in-its-ord- er. slip-sho- Bro-naug- h, occa-sonal- ly $74,248.29 Total Kentucky, County of LinState of coln, set. We, W. E. Perkins and H. G. Skiles, Vice President and Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. W. E. PERKINS, Vice President, H. G. SKILES, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 23d day of April, 1915. John Ed- miston. Notary Public. My commis- -. sion expires Jan. 25, 1918. SEED CORN FOR SALE Maxwell Ou J95 Model $695 17C(QZj0Teatiires tires on rear, the 1915 Maxwell at $695 has more high priced car features than ever put in an automobile before for less than $1,000. and anti-ski- d Here is the easiest car to drive in the world here is the greatest all around hill climbing car in the world. Here is an auto mobile to be really proud of. I up-to-da- te self-confess- ed 'jin W. P. Kincaid, District A gt., Stanford, Kentucky. f flflHBMft''A Visit Everybody Rides AF ord. We have bought out", the Lincoln Garage and it will be known 'here after as "Anderson Bros. Garage." .We are prepared to give the public day or night service. We carry a full line of Ford repairs and can make your old Ford good as new oh short notice. Tire, Tubes, Oil and Gasoline we sell at very small profit. We ' also do delivery work very reasonably. Air furnished free. Cars stored witk us will have the best of attention. We solicit your patronage, Very respectfully, Reid's Early Yellow Dent. Matures early, ready to teed in August, eood for table use and yield well. W. M. Horton, vice president of the National Farmers Club of Kentucky, produced on one acre 131 3 bushels which was entered in the Corn Contest of 1913 and made the largest record for Kentucky in yield. Long's Champion Yellow Dent. This variety was bred and selected by I. S. Long, of Pennsylvania and has yielded for several years an aver age of 133 bushels per acre more corn than is usually produced by the average old type corn generally used. I grew a crop of it last year and find it extra good in both quality and vieldr larere uniform ears and abun dant fodder and makes fine corn for filling silos. Matures in 100 days. White Corn For Sale Called Hickory King. Highly recommended from all sections for both quantity, of yield and quality. A large uniform "pure white ear with deep and matures early grain and small-coand unusually sound. We were much pleased with the crop grown last year. This corn can be seen at my farm and is offered for sale at farmers' prices. F. REID, Stanford, Ky. s 1-b Powerful fast unusually graceful and beautiful in its lines roomy, comfortable and completely equipped with Top, Windshield, Speedometer, O Holds the road at 50 miles an hour With Electric Starter and Electric Lights $55 extra. Sfii 32-2T- iternid wi.ili.i3Ul hgr Don't miss the wonderful opportunity for educational and pleasure travel afforded by the Panama-Pacifi- c -- West End Folks Who want FRESH MEATS, BREAD, GAR-DEGROCERIES, N w&sBm -- Exposition San Francisco San Diego Tickets are on sale every-- day . ' Panama California Exposition at Very Low Excursion Fares via CpUTHEKN Railway -- SEEDS, FRESH VEGETABLES and the LADIES who need SPRING HATS, will find all these at W. H. LAIR'S at prices lower than anywhere else. Call and see our stock before you buy and you will save mon- - W. H. LAIR, HUSTONVILLE, : H. C. Carpenter, Agent, Agent, at Lincoln Co. National Bank, Stanford, Kentucky kj Anderson Brothers, Stanford. ) KY. rmi-Cm-fth5m- tk For fall information, see Ticket Agent, Souther Railway or write B. H. Todd, District Pass ger Agent, Southern Railway, Louisville, y. Cask paid for all lands of Country Produce. BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J. v S I s JJf?, fi J S4