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WJtH eLLLH ' BBBBtM iB SH ggB .aT 'flUfff (ggg M ssV JbsSK iggggggggBgggggggEsLw 'isr '' .. .jikT9 ggHBBgHggHgMgi -- LB gH " HgH ggggggH I gggtlgaiaigai ttJggW. BtMtlggW " 1 fes Today Established I860. 56th Year. HELM'S PLAN FOR PAN. No. 35 The Interior MAN BURNS TO DEATH i'': Toil gK TM, HIGH SCHOOL TRACP .sHsHMlsssssssTIsRaBMK-.-'ssssssssssssHVa"' 'tlMssHslsssVfsKsssssLP ADsssssHiPJlsssssssH a. Jk '& S H fgaj H ' ViVPWtaPfi gcHigV".U) s W jr TBgt' - lift MIW "if m ' m sH gH 'HH1 ' Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, April 30, 19I5' DISTINGUISHED EDUCATOR g TlT 7'isL nggHHBTgggF; vr,' J. iRSft ggBflgtTK von Js9 IS vssT- W ' - 'HT-lf- ' I J 1 i J!. K ft 1 ;? LU '. l- - . . in mierscholaslH John Trotter Meets Horrible Fate At 'To Deliver Commencement Address eetctconui nnd in u mutter or much interest and Danville This AfCrnS To Graduating Class Hit Home In Weit End. Embodied In Bill Designed To Cap- concern to us. It is my purpose, as m ;r - t - t, mss . VgfKI v Bjasf w. is i.j .tjaMa nsf w k . ,1 ., . .. I soon ns Congress meets, to try to get .!.. -l Preliminary to the" ihferi Harris Creek, April 20. uno or me most, (iisiincuisuuu uuu-- i ts. ture Big South American Trade tho House to pass my bill, which has A very sad scene was witnessed on south will track meet at Danville flvis after) hcwIh For Uncle Sam, been drawn with a view of attracting last Friday afternoon when tho house cators of Kentucky and tho ndrfrcss to J- - Steele C c(incsiay nuernoon, ann deliver tho Commencement business. of John Trotlcr, a very old and feeblo of the Stanford school rooms had a Jrnck "Trade revival for tho southern re- gentleman, wns burned to tho ground the graduating classopera house May l.liich th. fophunoraVf n.fj meet In! tonV4H,'ho.' the High School A special illfpatvli from Washing, publics must cmnnnto from the Unit- and the old man wns burned to denth 20. Word hasatbeen received that Dr. won from the juniors rtlid Ifreshmen some' MfM I). C, to tho New York World ton, a mntt'a ed States. The United States must in the house. He had been confined to 4 Inst week, gives somo Interesting 2. The lior J. G. Crnbbc, president of the Enst- - by the score of GO inof the plan which Cogressman convert more of its raw materials af- to his bed nnd it is supposed that he orn Kentucky State Normal school order of events and thd- - hsltions extefid 'eood.wHUaHKl. 9U was unnble to get out. He had been at Richmond, has nccptcd tho invita- were: Hurvcy Helm, of thin district, has ad- to manufacture articles, mid go &2t f!attrtMtt 'SvHtyhilto. XIhci living nlmost nlnnu for a number of tion tendered him by the local school 100 ynrd dash Snm Em vocated nml in pushing, for supplant- ter tnc trade now dominated by JooT LinWn C' Kid 6f Mrs. years, only some one staying with him to nddress the graduating class. Dr. Embry, H. L. Proctor. ing England, Friinro mid Gcrmnny in Ve Kentuckr,!St at night. Interment wus mado at tho Crabb is easily one of the most finRunning High Jump S the South and Central American Kmbry Sloarii ell kiMKsV: M WnUif Hnione,AMBfflWtfcrw rotrrMM(gflkFr iM DRANK CARBOLIC ACID Catholic church cemetery, trade. Hn has embodied his ideas in a ished and prominent educators in the nnd Joe T. Embry (tie), I y Jar Tucson, has jHSt A', and voty t MHHnKrMntUofeiflgWggHtaM4a r -M n Ernest Ilice, who has been very south nnd the local school is fortunate mer second. bill which he will push in tho next will ho. n pteMM Ctjb tk of congress. Tho Washington Mrs. Finler Campbell Attempts to ill with pneumonia, is reported very to be able to secure n man of hi. One Half Mile Dash Sn iKmbry, many frlen(fs'df. ts h dew, ifcgttWaretlir Oi Bne. Wflf ' Take Her Life at Maywood. much improved. dispatch to the World says: lass to dellv r he Commencement H. L. Proctor. Hartwell Shu ts. been in the OW tacJdUv IMMAst H' m AjtsjeflglHil :te---i Miss Allie M. Owens has returned nddress. Washington, April 4Embry, during' which 220 Ynrd DashJoe rtzlSFu) gfcfy m Mrs. Flnley Campbell, of Maywood, home after a week's visit with relaHelm of Kentucky has a Invitation to preach the baccalau- Sam EmUry. II. L. ProctorT 'm r favorite for' her (4 mmnt Inuggwrn' InitgsM nHWfsWinilihnK ililiswi plnn to establish a national bank at wife of a prominent farmer, of tives mid friends at Mt. Freeman. reate sermon has been given to Rev. , v-: Pole Vault StitlrNoe and Hart- -' manner, and v.sr-- ' m. fBisstQKtsUkrr-..vgaH . , 11 c?t In n lit of despondency, occa,! t Born, to tho wife of Ollic Cox, at J, A. Trostlc, the famous Presbyter!-n- n eii oiiuiiks, Ancoi), in the l'n ii a ma Canal Zone, uu;, rfou m r.mory the Tucsoh Wonutn's JSowMgWjB)).' VSKtmifAttimtMonM.llamJ' . i. r. ' girl. The evangelist of this city, and the second. with branches elsewhere In that coun- sioned from somo unknown cause, Mt. Freeman, a twelve-pounVMah kEaxtav'SsVsikit dBfeMsT Mr. Sloan came 'fionT K s try. He would call it the ' drank nbout of a small little .Miss has been called i.iinun Senior class is said to be very anxious 440 Ynrd Dash Snm Embry, Joe some nine years 'nfrotul JgkiK. ft Mr Bank, mid give it n capital stock bottle of carbolic acid last Tuesday Irene. that he accept, if he can nrrangn hit T. Embry, Boycc Hunn, ' llshed. here In ah auto'.se vmiuer 'sMBm , vmimtrmu Miss Elizabeth Konrader has re- preaching engagements satisfactoriof $Lr.,000.()00. divided into shares of evening nnd for a time her life was Running Broad Jump Sam Em- ncss of his own'.t ilhb di par value of $100 each. despaired of but due to prompt medi- turned home from Louisville. ly. Dr. Trostle is very eloquent and a bry, Harry Fnrmer. Joe T. Embry. wedding, which wilrbe-'a'-- ' Misses Sarah and Hullle Wilson arc speaker of power. Just befoiu Cnt.grosS adjourned, cal trentment by Dr. It. C. Wntkins Shot Put Harry Far- "C "m- - llC- -. W(, JasmTr;-- . wssr a afsssW iii-rni tirosrtiwnMsWsWrWititsYTjMgM Mr. Helm introduced a bill to incor- and outers, Jt is lielleveil she lui n vinlllnj; Mr. and Mm. John Hammond mer, Boyce Hunn, II. L. Proctor. probably be some time late t hnrVaiWi mrmrmJL. CMHIBuskfW. JMi ChsV U.r'nadklBssV '' porate tho Bank, and L'ood chance to recover. Nn riiiisnint Mt. Freeman. A Low Hurdles Snm Embry, Joe T. or early in May, The Sloan: 4K,i MriMjt of Bridges. v iJ'twl!ytw.'MafcB,-.7?Congrcsn con is known f.i the woman's rash act. when the Sixty-fourt- h Mrs. Chris Drlesler is very low nt ' VBaBai on a ranch soutklrff.town.Nr lH,Mr. - vlm.MMnt train ttsitt Road Kngineer McKce Riffj; re- Embry, Stith Noe. . 'jr rr. - . ... rvencs he will press it for action. She took the poison in the presence this writing One Jltelw.y, gfjjii ") , V, .. of iron Embry,Mile Run Sam Embry, Joe T. Sloan will tttkcVimn-idejtW'W"v tocr ;Pe resulting of one of her sisters, stating no rcuRev. J. T. Chasteen filled, his ap ceived Wednesday a "Tho commercial tie-uHartwell Shanks. from the Kuropcan war has convinced son therefor, expressing her love for pointment here the second Saturday bridges which will lie used in the The One Mile Relay wns won by Shelby Man Shoots Hi. Niece'. . every thinking man in tins country her husband mid simply said she de- and Sunday. There wns n good crowd county, replacing old ones that have thu sophomores nnd seniors. foreign trade is a vital element sired to be buried in a white robe. to hear him. He will preach here ev- done all the service possible. Tho thnt lurfll- vim i.. uvvatvi-- . .Jshw.'-Joh- n in our domestic prosperity and that Before taking the acid, she is said to ery second Saturday and Sunday in largest of the bridges will take the Expres er residing awith his, sister. ttBdJa.itie.lf The Senior Contest of the place of the onu over Cedar Creek, G. Glenn, tho Continents of North and South have drank a bottle of peroxide of hy- each month. wldowi two . .J.j.1 LJICBTAB. SHIS T. T '. hftyAidif?" iriprifDT Hnmtm wtn. rrmr sv . -, wsbv America have greater identity of in- drogen. Mrs. Campbell was unconMrs. Fashaunor, the mother of on the Crnh Orchard pike, nnd tho sion Department of the graded school miles cast of Shelbvrille' i go to various portions of the will be held in the auditorium of the seriously wounded H niece, k,.:tlB rMsWHkT y. terests than was ever realized before" scious for about 21 hours, but has re- Frank. Raymond and Cris Fnsliauncr, others ssM' ;tU iappfoyat . of th JtkTV'AlfsV school on next Saturday eve.ling nt Iia Glenn Wednesday." Scearce.' wh unid Mr. Helm to the World corns covered consciousness now, anil will passed away at her home here on last county. Metlngv 8:15. The contestants nre all high is a "widower, and has been living foff whlcTwere tffcfenat-tf- t L gS)B)Bt pondent. "There never was a time probably recover. Tuesday, 20th She had been ill for school students nnd the winners of fiuuit; ,Ih.a.....!I. U!..- - .1.1- -. Charley Reed's Case Postponed. J ann.n iinic im when opportunity wns knocking so v,is,i,i.iro'iinitiisii mwmaj y' some time with dropsy, although her ,lua 1. Bister 1... utrcii a this contest will, if eligible, enter the regarded recently ins partly demented; was at fcjoilt loud at our doors. The commerce and Hon. W. H. Shanks Buys A Huick. tier death was unexpected and a great as The case of Charley Reed, of Mil- business of a continent arc within shock to her many friends and loved ledguvillc, who is charged with boot- Kentucky Interscholastic contest in He had, however, been running tho rnuL coBiposaq..V,FTS1V Hon. W. II. Shanks this week ones, irouuH.n inr owint our grasp The manufacturing enterfarm for Mrs. "Glenn" and several preMK'aw'mp! legging, or selling whisky without n Lexington on Mny 13 nnd 14, or.i prises in Central mid South America bought for Mrs. Shanks a handsome Mr. Alvin Camden has returned to government license wus, called in the . . ri The Tennis Club has nut it3 court weeks ago ho and his sister had a linciarents tone cnes t -- . are very limited, and It is to this mat- Huick totirinc car. It is a 1010 model his home in Beech Grove, Ind., after federal court at Richmond early this in condition for playing und the mem- quarrel when he learned that his be hanjlsom nted.witl ter that I wish the attention of the and W. W. Hays, who made the sale, a pleasant visit to friends and rela- week, but on motion of his nttorney, bers of the club have been making niece was to marry, Mr. James McungtMn latedcosUM; snys it is n beauty. Delivery will not tives here. lions anui country could be directed, John W, Bawling, of Danville, was good use of these pleasant afternoons Afee, a Shelby county man, and that furnished t Dixie Uh "Few, if any, of the republic to lie mude for a month or more for two Miss Allie M. Owens spent Sunday McAfee would take charge of the 10 wheii over rensons, the first of which is the short afternoon with Miss Elizabeth Kon- continued un until MaySeveral Linit this week. mesjjK iy meenst.i tho south of us have the means of place. McAfee has been ill of ap- rnissioncrs fnv. will come at London. nftotra in 4K'.nsinett committ transporting or delivering tnoir pro- supply of Buicks nnd secondly, Mrs. rader. pendicitis, and Scearce, after calling pare this f High School Honor Roll. coln county people went over for the 'as work ducts to any other country ..Under ex- Shanks will spend some time nt the Mrs. George Krutzwnhl has been trial, Deputy Collector Kowan saut-lehis niece out on the lawn, asked her 17. Primary- - -- Dollie Beck, Cnthcrine from, Mercer, isting conditions nil tho trade of Cen- Panama Exposition very soon, and visiting relatives in Louisville. John B. Dinwiddle and Dr. M. L. Beck, Jo Brackett, Harry Crawford, If she intended to. marry McAfee, enbefe. and Prof, j M tral and South America flows across does not care for the car until her reMr. John Rousey spent Sunday Pines, of Moreland. John N. Monetae, She replied she did, and scoot- Boyle II 'Roberts, 2 Lucile Dunn, Winfrey Duncan, Mary ing followed. that the Atlantic Ocean; It ought to be turn. with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rice. The wounded girl was nnd C. W. Smith; Jr., of Stanford, and W. O. Speed, of trfkf Lincolri.'Kf.SH'tff flowing from North America to CenMrs. John Rousey died nt her home Hustonville. The jury returned a ver E. Niinnellcy, John Wood. rushed to the hospital here for treat Alcorn. N. i Hon. Karvev Helm arid S. Mi J No Indictment Found. rirst tirade Zelln Harnett, Chas. tral and South America." nt Mt. Freeman on lost Tuesday, 20th, dict oj guilty in tho case against will Blankenshin, Beatrice Camenisch, ment. It is believed she bone recover Saufley. The p'reparatlon of this port Je" John Price and John Walker, the of that dreadful disease, tuberculosis. "About thu only means of creating Judge Jimmie Daly, Boyd Cover, Winonn as the bullet struck a in her of Junction, but est She leaves a husband und six children, Cochran has not commercial and busineiw relations are two negroes arrested in hthel. penetrate the absenDelia Mitchell, corset nnd did not Hill, Louis Mershon, "Js transportation, Virginia, as accomplices in thu loung besides a loving mother, three bro- tence upon him. yet pronounced Linking facilities, domen deeply. Sccarco who has two the three commercial clubs. MW In reirard to tlfc discussion winches Stella Scanlon. Dollie Walla and Ade-li- u daughters, was placed in custody by prcv--: bureau and mercantile agents. murder mystery, at Danville, were thers .ind five sisters to mourn her being hid over-- the routing .of ,tht ,y Walker. by the unuid Jury, nt loss. She wns n sister to Mrs. Jack L'nder the Federal Rctorve Act a not indicted the Shelby County officials and un ef- Boone Way as indicated B Commercial Clubs' Combination, Second Grade Irene Livingston, fort will be mnde to send him to a the dele- - in- - S bank with $1,0(10,00(1 capital in the considerable evidence which was de- Rice, of this place, nnd also a sister . .. f' ..ntna nHA A. W v m ut .in,, IT urnuii lost Preliminary stuns for a combinn- - Kntherine Murphy, Thelma Walls, sanitarium. He is nbout fifty-fiv- e I'nitcd Status can oUihlih n branch sired could not be gathered in time to Walter Clem, who lives near More-lunS4l I'icciit week, President Maret of the Boone :,. May the God of nil good be with tion or alliance or thu Commercial Mattie M. Preston, Eunice Pepples, years old. bank in any of the countries la Cen- for the jurymen to act at this term. a Way Association and father ofrtwev tral or South America. This provis- The supposition is that the men will thu love dones in their bereavement - Clubs of Central KentucKy tow;ns and Allie S. Farmer, Annelle Carson, movement said, in response; to.niisw-- ij K. Walker. Viola Kill, Mary L. and help them to realize that then- eitiei were taken at 2 meeting in Lexion, in my opinion, duos not m?et the be held over till the next term. LATEST WAK NEWS tions, that the original Boone rom; .. conditions. What we need is a bank of loss is her gain. ..SMI ington Thursday, but as many impor- Huffman, Jessie Long, Hatlcr Smith, The "m ' sufficient proportions and magnitude Pulaski Farmer Hangs Himself. tant towns and cities were not rep- Foster It. Phillips, Welch Pepples, Al- chequerBritish Chancellor of the Ex as urawn up in maps uy mm conterp-- '. h linn-di- e has introduced in the House iiiuieu louuwiiiK inc uoonc irau irons len Anderson, James Mcormack, Fred and importance mid prestige to Quarantine Lifted On Kentucky. resented, no further progress was Despondency following a long siege of Commons his measures for con ., Cumberland Gap. ,tox Crab Orchard'i.the business of the continent. . ... . . . of the grip is given us the reason for All quarantine regulations enacted made than to appoint an Executive Bauman. Grade Eddie B. Baughmun, trolling the liquor traffic. Thpso con- tnence to .. Third aianioru uanvuie, iiurrous-- t "The Government of the Canal the suicide" of W. M. Furrill, 7.1 years for the nrotection of Kentucky live Committee from the places which had Emma Brackett, Jennie Barnett, sist of proposals for doubling the 'du- burg, Lawrenccburg and on to Louis- - ; ' Zoiiu is going to be just as stable and of age, one of tho wealthiest farmers stock against the foot und mouth di- representatives present. this com steady as the Government of the of Pulaski county. The body hanging sease were cancelled by the State mittee was authorized to draw up u Irene D. Goode, Jack Cover, Sadie K. ty on spirits, quadrupling the duties ville. After he had started the agita- - a S' If we establish n bank by u plow line from a rafter in the Livestock Sanitary Board at a meet- form of permanent organization Kincaid, James Paxton, Susie Rankin, on wines and an increase in the tax tion for tno isoone way road con- -' Cnited States. ) struction, Lexington and Frankfort on the Cnnnl Zone it becomes identi- barn, was discovered by his wife sev- ing of that body in Louisville Thurs-du- v which will be presented nt a meeting Mary Louise Stone, Dorothy Tribble,u on beer. The Dardanelles is the central point gave him assistance in promoting Turpin, Frances Traylor, -- .1 fied with the locality. Our Govern- eral hours after her husband had left I' ' iJ?i and new regulations considered to he called by the committee anil at James of interest. The British and French publicity tor tne movement ana at, Walker, Thomas Hatcher. AM ment ts behind it. Thnt guarantees !the house for work on the farm. adequate in view of the practical which the name and offices of the proFourth Grade Kathenne Bruce, landing forces, according to the brief their request he afterwards put them confidence and makes' it a sure go. posed organization will be selected. eradication of the disease from the Sarah Beck, Frances Fish. Keba Coy- reports from the British War Office, on the map, though jn fact, the main The Government to the south of us Mrs. Harvey Glass Dead. State were adopted. Under the new At the next meeting it irf- hoped that er, Marv Katherine Hocker, Nellie have succeeded in securing a firm Boone Irail or Old Wilderness road would be inspired with confidence in is divided into other communities will be represented Mitchell, Mary Gilbert Mrs. Harvey Glass is ilcad nt her regulations the State Powell. Ade- foothold on the Asiatic side of the from the Mountains to Louisville Jan the institution. it was announced, may near Salvisa, Mercer county. what is known as the "closed," "ex- and these, organization on as he had originally indicated. "This is no new proposition. In the home was thu wife of the the samu laide Proctor, Lelia Cook Raney, strait. "modified," "restricted" and enter the posed." Sporadic attacks characterizes the eighties President Harrison approved She he ex- Gladys Southard, Adolph Camenisch, who for years "free" ureas. Lincoln and adjoining footing as those represented. Presbyterian preacher, Boone Way Meeting Changed:' such a proposition, and Secretary of was the pastor of the Presbyterian countius are in the -- free" district. ecutive Committee named, which rep- Luc Davis Fisher, Albert Von Grueni-ge- campaign in Belgium and France, and on the whole the troops have reState Blaine strongly advocated it. church at Somerset, and the mother As a mattur of fact thcr By long distance communication is no resents all of the towns nnd cities Pettus, mained comparatively quiet in the yesterday James Maret. of Mt. Ver Fifth Grade Margaret We hnve appropriated $ 1 00,000,000 Glass, once pastor of "closed" area in the State at the which had delegates in attendance, twenty-fouhours. The Ger- non, president of the Boone Highway for tho army anil $150,000,000 for of Rov, Gilbert church in this city. present tiim, but regulations were except Lexington, whose members Josephine Gooch, Mattie Belle Kin- past hnve r the Presbyterian been repulsed at two points Ass'ociution.-ancaid, Elizabeth Greer, Ellis Murphy. mans the navy: now let Us do a little busifather of the "Boone made to cover such an area in case will be selected later, are us follows: or l pros Sixth Grade Bertha lilanKcnship, ness while we are doing so much at any point in Cynthinnii, J. M. Allen nnd It. H. Thema Powell, Henry Baughman, Lu- by by the Uclginns northhparges. and Highway," idea, informed local Boone Fair Directors Meet Saturday. tho disease the rrench at Les fighting; let us do a little business Bishop; Hurrodsburg, George Bohon Way Boosters that he had transfer-A meeting of the directors of the the Statu. Included in what is termed Kenorts of the operations in Poland red the place of meeting for the com; v.hile the Kuropcan Governments are Isenberg; Williamstown, cile Carter, Margaret Wood, Guy and v rani K, of P. Fair is called for tomorrow the "free" area of Kentucky nre 100 JudgeJames T. Simmons and J. B. De Smith, Ola Rankin, Joseph Walter, nnd the Carpathians do not record pletion" of the routing of the highway fighting. W. new reguladecisive V00d3 Robert Mcormack, "England, France, and Germany Saturday afternoon, at the oillce of countius that, under the midnight, will be as Jurnctte; Sherman, w, r. Moore anu Gabe Raney, Lmily Camenisch. Gover, any movements having and the east. from Hafrodsbunr to Crab Orchard y the First National Bank. A full at tions effective at effect on the campaign in have Centra! and S. America Sprinirs. where the asociation will free in the matter of moving live- Howard Price: Crittenden, Samuel Seventh Grade Frances Cormney, The heavy guns of the opposing hold its first session May 14, lie said.' in their grasp for trade. There tendance, is desired, as important busi- - stock as they were before the foot Marshall und Joseph Collings; Lan y b. I . niNellie Davis, George Fleece Farris, forces continue to shell the positions, Aietnous oi unancing me nignway, why we should not cap- new is to be transacted, is no rcuson mouth disease appeared in this caster, J. K. Stormcs and L. u. David Mary Hill Garman, Joe Grimes, Jnnie and It Montenegro has appealed to the with a view to its actual construc Let us sell a few millions of ton, Secretary. ture it. Statu. Those portions of Jefferson, son; Somerset, Dr. Carl Norlleet unu Hocker, Mary Pettus, Vie Gose Smith, United States for aid through the tion, will be Panama bonds and start n bank. Let taken up at this meeting, Bullitt and Oldham counties within W. 1L Girdler; Nicholusville, B. Y. Sophie Saunders, Margaret Shanks, State Department, asking that tho us start with S'Jo.OOO.OOO, establish-In- g Circuit Court at Liberty Monday. three miles of u center of infection Willis and C. T. Ashley; Dry Ridge, Sadie Wearen. " American Red Cross help fight typhus a good bank while we ore, at it. Tho May term of the Casey Cir- make up the "exposed" area of Ken- R. L. Conrad and W. T. S. BlackHot Judicial Race, in Mountains. , , 91 Eighth Grade Hester Anderson, epidemics. Let the Government own the majori- cuit Court will begin at Liberty Mon- tucky under the new regulations. The burn; Corinth. Dr. II. R. Simmons The candidates for the .Republican .vVT r. 'Jz'x-- . England's efforts to enlist the coun- nomination for Circuit Judge in thai . ty of the Ktoek ($1.1,000,000). Und let day. The Interior Journal will have "modified" area is made up of those and Frank B. Craig r Richmond. C. F. Sara Cormney, Ruby Hilton, Carrie J the prohibition move arc not Belle Lyons, Sylviu FarSee him ..id; o it be under tho control of the. Federal a representative on bund. "&i Higgins and A. H. Zaring; George- Davis, May Sampson, Mnry Brackett, try in us easily as Kitchener and oth- T.niirfd.Ptnv iniltpinf ilistrirf Jluljal ' of Jefferson, Bullitt nnd I,"" going s.i :rnk. xu Reserve Board and under the inspec- if you have business wan tnis paper. portions three-mil- e Lewis, of London, the IncumbeiitHiiu' town, J. B. Ward and Kinzea Stone; mer, Sarah counties outside of a Large sup- Attorney Av. W. Rawlinga, oX'MaK-cheste- r. LM is. er leaders would like Mae Gover. hurl Baughman, bum tion of the Comptroller of the Currenr. radius of a center of infection. In Crab Orchard. It. L. Collier and Dr. cy Lot the remainder of the stock bo Hard to Convict of Election Bribery. the "restricted" area are Shelby, J. B. Willis; Falmouth, Dr. L. G. Wnl-lac- Craig, Will Ashlock, Walter Brown- - plies of whsky und other alcoholic bcgua.to make tKe wel-beverages are lining luid in, in prep- kirl ring have incidentally to" bombardV ? public, nidi if any reoffered to the All important opinion was handand Meade, Ijirue, Hardin, Scott, Freshman Leonard Uallard, t,nz- - aration for a military seizure of the each other's position with shell and public to the south of U wants to get ed e down by the Court of Appeals Henry, J.'ri abcth Carter, Annie V. Craig, Fran- production of liquors There is even shrapnel. The two met each other .in' in let it have on interest We will not this week regarding bribery in ejec- Woodford und Jessamine counties. Alcoholic Evangelism. ces Embry, Allie Russell Fish, Rachel talk of bringing Billy Sunday, the joint debate recently at Manchester, permit it ru issue notes to circulate tions, which indicates that the Ken i School Teachers Wed at London. The following, taken from the Hill, Clarance Singleton, Cora II. American evangelist to England to n money, thereby eliminating any tucky election laws must bu radinews Friends here have just been advised Christian Standard was handed to tho Trostle, Jean Wood. Thelma Francis. help turn the prohibition wave into and largest comes from that burg1 1 I'm t possibility of expansion or contrac- cally amended anil improved if vote crowd in the .history of tile the London,. Ky., of Sophomore Henley cash, .Nellie England. tion It could have no possible motive buying and selling is to be made a of the marriuge at Adams, assistant 1. J: by its old friend, Eld. Joseph ge'ntl-- ? gathered Prof. John Hurst Frederick Palmer, war correspond- town discuss the t6 hear these whianr Ballou, with the request that it give it W. Kill, Matsy Grimes, Ferdinand for hoarding money, thing of the past in this state. burnlnir issues Pnna-m- a principal of the High School there nnd space, which it takes pleasure in do- Matheny, Serena Young, Joe T. Em- ent, claims that pence talk yas ad men "The countries round about "Until Ilia Legislature sees proper vanced by uermany to botn kussi ,l)Vo"l"iectei' themselves'. ;into vtse , rwetW'help more than any other to change the existing law, the bribe .Miss Anna Louise unorcr, oi Lexing ing: Several years ago tho State bry. so campaigBt-yuugirienia globe. The giver and the bribe taker, if they me ton, but also a member or the Lon- liquor-dealer- s of Ohio were holding Junior Bessie Brackett, Lucile nnd France last fall, Alsace' an naonmt kn. mA.ta Lewis, ti.i..Ml m .9 it n jicople anjNUiero on the from prudent and discreet, may go unpun- don High School faculty. Prof. Ad- a meeting at Columbus. One of the Duddcrar, Gertrude Gaines, Shirley Lorraine to be ceded to France to 1.a.. n.Aqfn. klivi fni. nnnlnui AM"Jnn Jl t. l V vJHP(L WT' nmnneinationof these countries me lui.wui ivi. niivu.n .via. vii , State get that country to quit. The triple liilv t. Loudon, Paris and Berlin credits must ished," said Judge Carroll in the opin ams is a graduate of KentuckyRhorer speakers had for his subject, "How-t- Gover, Maggie Rankin and Lucy the bench. The' friends efiJutkr Raw- - .4 i-- Si u entente held, however. University, and met Miss J Build Un the Saloon Business." v.;C. .kof riuTv,.1tui,..i.iJ-.fomu from the United States. .. ion of the Court or Appeals, revers- while attending school there. Later v pm mm ';?Bmkwmmri m Five month's loss of French is ""S" .,ii :rm Senior Clinton Coleman, Sallie M. Among other things he said: "The Ittnumu Canal is going to ing the Pike Circuit Court in the "If the e u, chaM'at'theJu be what we think it Is, the commerce case ol v . i . Knmcs, wno nan ueen when they went to London to teach success of our business is dependent Craig, Mary S. Cook, Harry Farmer, plnced at l.HOO.OOO men, or 200,000 k generation and th loss of the world is going through there. convicted of selling his vote in tho their acquaintance was renewed. The largely upon the creation of appetite Ellen Mae Holtzclaw, Bessie Moore,e men a month. Germany smust is plafe, Mancheatjer-Iawyjuuse tBe Big business, stupendous business, 1013 election for $1, and was lined bride is the attractive daughter of for drink. Men who drink liquor, liko Mury More Raney, Verna Rout, May-m- ed atl.800,000 men, and r n. xne contest m :i&'& up gaps in ,tM Melvin S. Rhorer, and is others must die. And if there is no 9m , Singleton, Elizabeth Varen. Anne rest of the men to fill must move through tho canal, and we $150 and disfranchised. The law re- the late Dr. memorable, one bemr appetite created, our counters will be 1). McRoberts, Knrvey Wilkinson, ranks, according to the French, report". !loi at the August j) must have a big bunk to handle it. quires that where there is a single popular in Lexington society. ; iiy "JIL Half of the German officers nave agtV V oVKngggi empty, us will be our coffers. Our Kate Lynn Wood. Anion Is as much in touch with the witness to election bribery there must y. jiL-L'- . m t "lii-- ...to .:mmimM Coal Found In Cumberland. ueen sacruiceu on me iieiu oi non? balance of tho world as any other cen- lie "strong corroborative evidence." children will go hungry, or we must v.pur ras,ses7Mi na, 1 B or." The British army since thu'.bcgiri- or some telegraph, In this case Don Rnmsey testified Banker Gregory Indicted. The discovery of a coal vein on the change our business to thnt ter o,f business. You can the war has hud 1,8 14 o cable or bend wireless messages from that he gave Romes $4 upon his prom- farm of Will Bryant, on Dutch creek, other more remunerative. The open Eli Gregory, president of the de- ning of U.lsOl wounded, and 7 lllMtueks 3ututWr;upifW WjM killed, A neon as quickly lib you can ftum ise to vote "the whole Republican Cumberland county, mny result in the field for the ci cation of appetite is funct Central City Deposit Bank, was ported missimr. a total loss of tJrHIvy taxesA,'upaii!jsyggp'ttr nHH i?mM nre New York City. ticket." Romes denied it Will Ram- opening of n new coal mining field in among the boys. After mentney grown indicted by the grand jury on ten Germany has to mak "The balance of trade has been sey rareiy Grcirory is in jail at Greun- - prisuls against decided liritain Romes had a reputation Kentucky. After considerable labor and their halnts rormeit, Great It will be counts. against the United States with the as aFaid that gfgtl vwmi.xwi,i r ww. I'.iTmi TSjganggaBw vote seller und said lie had the mine has been opened sufficient- ever change in this regard. missionary ville. Fivu of the counts charge for- treatment of captured crews of " kww",-,southern Republics. Sterling exchange bought Romes' vote in thu elections ly to justify the statement that coal needful, therefore, that gery, four accepting money when he marines and will treat likewise is the only exchange known to them. of 1008. 1000 and 1012; but the com t e'xists there in paying quantities. work be clone among the boys, and I knew bank wus insolvent, und one obumre prtprgf" ,s wgsgsgsgsgaBtr yltsH aired British officers to an equ nr. They do not know what u United said "what ho did in those years did Other property owners are investi- make a suggestion, gentlemen, thnt taining money by false pretence. , "iKm number regardless of rank. Thirty- Slutes Treasury note is. So little do not corroborate the evidence of Don gating in the Cumberland county hills nickels expended in the treats to the officers were imprisoned nine British they know about or come in touch Ramsey us to what hu did in 1013," in hopes of finding other veins. Suff- boys now will return In dollars to Excursion To Cincinnati. in the military detention barracks as with our method of doing business of which he wns ac icient quantities of coal would bo nn your till after the appetite has been The L. & N. will run its second ex u beginning of the reprisals, the GK 2lgraHgKBsH.SVj cUIgcsgV. that you havuto identify it. Wu buy that the offensesingle act, not part of incentive to the building uf n railroad formed." cused wus "a Tlil.; w nlenhnlir evnnL'elism. It cursion of the season to Cincinnati muns contending that the treatment n cargo of hides! or wool in Argentina any scheme or plan. it was not in to that section. isLB and make settlement with n London circumstantial evidence, because "eir- proves that the devil has opostles us! Sunday. The train will leave Stanford p of their captured submarine crews is sQggHg)gHPEBiiflW!cvgV'. BSBBl ul aom.KBSBBBBB1SW round-tria violation ot international piw What dock that menu? We have ' "Dock" Gets His. well as tne Lorn. 11. proves mui m at 4:45 A. M. Fare for tho ' draft. eviiiuiue is iu.ii. mui'ii Is $1.75. ' to Uiko United IStates gold nnd do- - cuiusianiiai wickedness demands boys the same ns Dock Smith, who" had confessed to connect the aceusell with tho The State Board of Kquulizati posit it in IondiIn. that gives London tends particular crime under investigation. Kiiveial times. in court to tinrticinuting righteousness. 1 have read u good . .; the use of our gold, the Interest on it, Tho court continued: "That this leg in tho assassination or former bhcrill many mean things, but this is the Chamber of Commerce for Lancaster. Thursday raised the assessment farm nronertv in wiiltiey rouniy fio. i rAiLLbiV.yHHrifrom.,,- ,- . and ouuhlcB her to bu thu clearing islation makes it extremely difficult Ed Callahan of Breathitt county, but most damnable piece of deviltry that Lancaster has orgunized a Chamber f fann house of the world. Now York has the to secure the conviction of guilty per- who had been given his liberty on I havo rend for a long time. There is of Commerce. J. E. Stormcs is presi- per cent., the assessment county 'iu per opportunity to bo the clearing house sons is plain, for bribery is u secret and property in Bath per cent, Thjcept toaVsMtmMRImhat has tKdtv in tho Clark one thing about it, however, the more dent; R. L. Eikin, was sentenced ')'r9BgfMfl av and town bu 26 of the world if we will net promptly crime, needing only the participation Circuit Court to imprisonment for talk of this kind we have on the part L. G. Davidson, secretary. ud Hn(J,XlL-- o sessment of MiCreury doiuuy wac i' .mid secure the Central and South of thu bribe giver and the bribu tak life. of tho liquor Interests, the sooner the DtMT.Tttsw iiwyniii b "waivnrva lowed t stn'.id ns retti'nri, American trade. buttle will uo over, llie peppio are er to complete it, mid it seldom ocFreak Chicken, jTer6.audltefteiljl)11 XiglH "Before tho outbreak of the Euro- curs that these evildoers commit thu Bargain Days for Lexingtonian, W. A. Carson lias a Jreak chicken thts prable.n Fire started in the morgue of Ku: HEspeolally pean war our exports to Central and olfense in public or in thu presence Col. W. P. Walton announces in (.. iv,,. FftESH MEATST & Hundren. of Nicholasville nt Livingston, Mi very ii his bunch. It has rhrht South America were decreasing, while of other persons, or under conditions his Lexingtonian that during tho first .- "- .v.",-- irav. and that :."i soon. our jmports were increasing. Our ex- that would permit corroborative evi- two weeks of May he will send his Tills Will HU U ".",', r,T..L. niiisn, unuI bill setsout.erosswavs rather than o clock Thursduy morning, burring Mr. Und Mn.Sf BREAD, GAR. Ilglll iu wiu is 'seven.! days old the building, Hearses, currisgesnd Funnie TouMt Ch)S FRESH straight It ports In lull! amounted to $3'i'!,77r,-h-8- dence of their guilt." VEGE. Lexingtonian to subscribers nt $1 per the saloon will bo finished. An instttu-tio- n ull undertakers' stock. The wrees to $382,070,11; while in 101 propagated in such deliberate year. Orders will be taken ut this Rodney K". l4n,, ,h LADIES who Takes His Own Medicine Is were gotten out- - The lire spread to Man our Imports for 1013 amounted to cusscdness us the above address, Stanley at Liberty. office for his good puper. tlio lurgo dwelling; of Mrs. F,P Tay cou nty. Uo Vji"U HA IS, will find An Optimist. ought to die ten thousand, $442,410,073, and in 1914. $4ti0.08' Hon. A. 0. Stanley, candidate for his sectjoii; J . t W. H. LAIR'S at ngainM lor, ti07 showing u trude balance deaths. Yes, there Is alcoholic evang- Ho has absolute faith in his modi loss which wus uiso uurijru; tuuii pouuds. goverMake Good Work' Possible. thu democratic nomination for ubout $15,000, partly covered, by fS Tawer than anywhere elje. end is. cine he knows when he tukes it for us for 1013 of $UK,il44,080,'and in nor, will speak ut Liberty Tuesday '. You cannot do good work while ellsm, und plenty of it. Bu JS X T4 ifl see our stock b ,1014 of $187,012,514. certain uilmenta he gets relief Peo- insurance. next. your bowels are sluggish or your liv- near. r.tng's New ple who take Dr. Bl you will save mop er torpid. Win. 0. E. Bleke, Mgr., Take Cars of the Children. Cold arc Op- Straighten Hltr. for an Irrltatiiur Qur "Jitney" Offer This nnd Be, . "jt!sr If you check up the number of bot- Scott Hotel, Hancock, Mich., says "I i A linitcrini; cold, distressing cough eft: , timUts they know this cough rem- J. P. Jones, Boothe, ?W DON'T MISS iHIS. Cut out this tles used you will find Foley's Honoy gave Foley Cuthurtic Tablets u thorrUi - ...U. wilt nmietrate the llniugs ot tne sleepless nights, a iiv, inflummedlUrj ., , slip, enclose with five, cents to Foley and Tur in greater demund thun uny ough trial, und find thnm u mild but "I had u severe case of 117 .W. WV.J ..... ". M?M n condition I ay Fplfy throat, kill the germs, anu open me throat land to a III., writing your other cough medicine. It is safe, safe cathartic." Foley Cathartic Tab- ble and could do no work, & Co., Chicago, L..';.t . ...... .... Viittinri, ia net. - You . cant in whleh Um child is not able to resisjgfc ....,, r..i. ,. . .name und address clearly. You will Krompt and effective for colds, croup, lets never gripe or cause nausea. Kidney Pills straighten tlnitruv u cold . UV supernciai irwn - emwaium a.... iinsmwi. xuivjr. jrcarxv -, nwny a (rial package conie i recelvn in returnHoney unu larcom- -- troublo and bronchial coughs, throat They dofeellnar with that drowsy, dull, nnra." Tbutsame story weak fiesiingjyjJi.iii om HUSTONVILLE, : ICY. c v you must go 10 .i. cause mmiw lar m vrw ia lugrippo. It contains jxo tired and are 'wholesome. tlintiKumlx of others: taiftnve roleys WnnifTHturw rly trouble. Be( nn optMHMt. uw HJmMumi I .....Ih .. .. tt A ...It. opiates unu u tno preierreu co gh I cleansing and healthful. Most satis- - rheumatism, kidney" and bladder trou.. M TVl poihidT tar coughs, ci at ! und. We were stuck oi ur. Kinga .CFoyel. Kidney Pills, und Foley Cathur- - medicine for children. Sold K ry - factory for stout persons. Hold i.v bles yield quickly, .Sfe ttHtl tlfKeft.A'C. ar-. Nnif" k vsrvwfiBrv. ,f9k)itvar the crop grown last year. Cask paid for a ktMU of Cwsv , . where. erywhere. JiJfc' v 'tic Tablet Sold rerywpere. Jlggjv W. ,,,.,- try Pf4uee, f ru iw offered for sale ut farmers' . - 2T M .,;r'. F. REID, SUnfofJ, Ky, M t """"""" iwr-clri- "" niMV OUT lliVcctioll is 0110 of tllO iTplUil Icilrrcllt illof tho Immcdintc future, """" problems "How to divert tills flow of trailo AGED .7 1- -2 r- - ti.' . .Mne. t ,. m imrssmzmE wmw?m&;iHrH ?Hi lagaBsj "gasM-a- y tBgaBga iw-.r- do-tai- like ," , ifM fib TissPdM'lllhwaVrr. ' OrrhJimjUti im-rWss- M if m ses-Mo- if time.: a h Mny-woo- d, I.- tmtmmiHa mTtH ... mm' AdsssssH wxSrr.'EtS ITT . -- JgggggB H ,- - d two-third- rmiH. Jj'tr5WrllsAmjl :.'. fH 'J'Jm lkB il n naBi Car-Loa- d - p car-loa- d i'ltlW i- ' H wiii-nira- MU3-WC- 2 trBtMii'Sfm '!. ,- hwtotdrilhetL ot-p- -- Mam s . tV 1 y, . w M ! d. Sa-br- r "'T ..! M m ' Lu-cil- l- - ' well-know- n 1 n. WM - m mm ,,p dm ' m abso-lutcl- rm ":' Old-hu- e. "yim-- vfri yiwc! L3S rzsrz M o Wil-mo- . ii.. . M - mm-- Wal m vSEBmBg&i jnw jkv jm -- 'r i"" 'ISJfVjssf'gB&T. Jt V" ris tfifty.tniMtaArrpujpasagjiHv' ILI J"toUt1lVHrI$!,r'V' uJFlMLiJtJi, n. 'S siKfl VSH fcSW -- 'rfUgH a!e"rgoi!ca.ith " I wjf 5; ls, -- Dis-i.v.- rv y. ' run-dow- u I kin va 1 .- -- U-- o -- "vi-,,-7,- ?; A iw f ru . " l.:j ' r :AMl' f . f.x s .S& I.M " . 0 .IM n 'U fcr JiXRHB-ia- V u Pagfes Today Established I860. 56th Year. I No. 35 Interior ,,, -i Muy-wimi- l, r iMMiMPM i HIGH SCHOOL TRACrfMEET. Get NCOtN, BOYLE unchKmr'nmwtiM DISTINGUISHED EDUCATOR . "How tu divert this flow of trade AGED MAN ItURNS TO DEATH r a HELM'S PLAN FOR PAN. -A simK Tlic TuW( " Ammm "ii Hft'ii ar." .a'jhl imA- AND MERCER .MEETi -riirri'iit in our iliUttinn m one of tlio ", ' 2i 4Jm AMERICAN HANK AT CANAL lilollll'inn of thi' immediate future, John Trntlrr Meelt llorrihlr Fate At To De liver Commencement Adtlreti Compete! in Intericholilt JrV- ' "' ILi.nt nnfilnttlfH IhAAVifrmtrlL i'SM t Uanville I hit Altvrtt. anil iii n mutter of luurli internal ami To Graduating Clan irfn vncntrtmepLof ifcwicH'iJ m f Vm - Vah. rkt.L..kOi ' it olllp j Weit Eml. 'fu,. l,' bT m .....Ml Embodied In Hill Dr.lR.ir.1 To Cap. i urn ot m In iik. It inlay piirpnae. an1 h v" "W'".. ... , .. ... JFi . n t hlicitfri cuyrjty jjivpiy nmi t '(V l;i y Sicnim I'M, 111,1 IIIMI. I.l TM., tMIn,.. Kn n.l iitn Minn in. Ciiiijfieiw moota, to try to get fi.au in n iiH iiifiiuiA.iiii "d.1 . 'hiArri intuit illntiiigulnhctl April 21). One of the Mlrl cr,.,.k, lure Ili(t Suulli American Trade the Homo lo hiim my hill, which mat A u.r., W1 MU1U UH wltnciiioil on of Kentucky anil the """In will tract; meet at Danville fhlx afternootsi'rt:inroln'nuhtv eirl tho I'nr Uncle Sam. icon ilnmn with a view of nltnicUiiK lH, IViifiiy afloinmiii uhun the Iihiiku tleliver the CommoiHemetit adi'ress to Wednesday afternoon, iho two high j J. Steele ('Wpenter faVrtiet' Vi . iL. f m i htixinenK. LVopratenfctttflr fiafsftT, llnvla lof John Tiotlor. a very ohl anil foohlo the giailuatlng clash of the Stanford sciiuiii rooms nnil a rrncK meet In ' tonvillo, who vVcnj. wflrn "il "Inulo rovival for the nouthi'in re- - K,.nt,.,, W, hiirned to tho urounil High Si html at the opern houe .May v Hell th, Mitilli inol-n.t,Wlh format nil r (irs snmn llftlo rimsl PMnaiMeK'er'Vi A special iliiput.lt finm Washing, piihlu'K iiiimt (liiannto from the Unit- - M( th(. ,,!,) iitti!on. sblln WHH ,lllllt t ,oath JO. Word him hoon ret'olvetl tnat Dr. won from the juniors irhtl freshmen a mo$t nttractivo young .W ton, l. ('., tn the New Yoik Wot It) 011 Matim. i no i niicii niaion mum in tho hotii'. Ho hail hoon (onfitit'il J. G. Crnhlio, president of the Kant- - nv toe scorn oi & t to 1M JUcu Ihi f lite .tier host ot trjcntln "laK oi bcm. ing week, give some ititoiostlng Inst SBBSS iiinvoit iikii o of lU raw miitcrinln in- to In hoil anil it i' .UppOhCil thai ho urn Kentucky State ."Normal Ncimoi order of cvcnti nntl the positions extontl hcartfest good routine Ktimvim o Hich .ay of the plmi which I'tigroaimnn to manufai tmo hiIkIck, ami uo al uceptod tho invita. weic: . izona. naner mid fntlcs. In . "Thd ertwiaitaent thfotn?h the I wan uiiahlo to Ki't out. Ilu nail liccii at Uit'hmontl, hu A' Hitivoy Holm, of this ilmtrirt ha .: . - .... iloininatvil hy 1D0 yard dash Sam Kmlfc, JooTJ living nlniont alone for a number of tion tonileieii him bv the local nihool iwis, Liuiiin (.' GaJliev;aMrac. dentalljrf crIklu nWOWrfcMC &"4"l WO mill in pushing, for supplant- itor too trailo now " .TTA. eai, only witne ono ntuyiiiK with him to nililres the graduating this. Dr. Kmbry, II. L. Proctor. S:ist Emory live Kentucky mntrofflo..Mr, H. Kfli!(!ftd'iriii: ing Lngliiud, Frame hiiiI (iermuny in Itiinnini' llurh Jum . Sloan, n . well. knovvpliftsinefnTartlof th lloontj VtfiftMin thfee count! at night. Iiiteimotit uiik made at the ("ruhli in ennily one of the most fintill" .South mill Central American -' ..-iifjriy DRANK CARHOLIC ACID f Htholie t'liuieh crmotcr. resentiition, atH ished ami prominent educator in the and Joe T. Emhry lucson, hai just been announced, and voted, to hi" trade. IIi linn embodied his ul. an in n hvvill he a nlensaill' surprise to tho Crall O rroaa.jnay j!th when Kini'Hl lllte, who lian been very south ami the local school Ik fortunate nuir Kiifomt lull which )u will push in the nt'Xt f ! I inley Cmiipliell Attempli to ill with piieiimuiiiii, U leported SamiHmliry. many frientlrfrtf b'olh, lrV. GitUie has dent.1 rRnittmiitret nr run ii ory to lo nlilu to Ono Half .Mile IXif-Iivuv eetie a man of hi nnanb n'- - i of congress. Tin Washington Mr.. l Mnywoml. 'he ''ofmeiKi'irei.t H. L. Proctor. Ilartwell Shaivk. been in the Old Puchlo. four Scats,' Assioc1 hold tho mcelihg ofw"' T ike Her Life Iiiih to deliv in mil impiovod. ilispHtfh to tliv World says 1!:I) Yard Dash Mid Allic M. Owuim hm leturnoil ml dress. Joe Tf Embry, during which time she has beepmo a delesra fti JBmi't ta variouf conntjr. WiinhiiiKton, April 21. Mik. I'inli'.v Camplioll. of MavvMinil. hiuno after a week's writ with rolu-- i Invitatiiin to preath the bnccalatl-- i Sam Kmfty, II. L. Proctor. favorite for hor charming Southern Instead o(jtl rndsburK whera fh'X n Helm of Kentucky hit and Hart-we- ll manner, and is one of tho oiling Vy of chlledi1WScetlPole eate Kormon ha been given to Rev. titiH antl frieiulK at Alt. freeman. plmi to establish a iiiitiiiiuil hank it t wifo of a proiuinoiit faimoi, ni Th tiBfoyd ti'ii. 1. . i i4. i Horn, to the wife of Olllo Cox, at .1. A. Trnstle, the famous Prtwbytori-a- n in n lit of iloKpuiiilonry. neon. Shank, (tie), Joe T. Kmbry the Tuc.soJi Woman's CounttyXlub. Anion, in tin- I'iiriKinii Cnnul .mio. utitsuiiuii av umi It; id ay 'nlirhrwhi crimr ovangeliKt of thi ritv and the sciond. irl. The Mr. Sloan enmc ffom KnnsnsJ City Vlllo a twulve-pounwith hrnnt'hos clscwheio in llmt mini-t- r kIoiioiI fimii tnmo unknown rauu'. Mt. I 1(1 Yard Lillian Senim clans is said to be very anxious Danh ,'aryi p'reeiiloftV.o Kh Mi km Iiiik been called Snm Emhry, Joe some nine years ngo", tond dcstab' of Mr J I'nii-miiiiII little ill mil: aliout of a iiuti-nMr would mil it the CcWmercJiirXluh. itm K0 lished. here in all auto service buxS-nc- Stanford one. that he an opt, if ho can arrange his T. Emhry. Iloyce Hunn. Hank, anil give It a uipitnl Murk hnttlo of (iirholii' mill taut Tiiopilay .T. natisfattori-iy- . t'rrttvtlnsiKi7" A. Iln.l.v ,V2.; Running lirnail Jump Sam Km- Mikk r.lir.itlietli Konrader Iiiih -preaching engagement -. of hit own. The tlato'sof the Jntr, $jr.nO(l.l(H. divided into allure of ounin(; anil fm a timo hoi lifo wan of ?.".. "..".Tr... Dr Trontle i vety oltiipjent ami a bry, Hairy Farmer. Joe T. Emhry. wedding, which will be n verv.quiet Alcorn "anu home finm LoiiikwIIo. iloKpaircil of hut iluo to prompt moili-ra- l p. I' value of $1110 ouch Baujitjy.jr;reien .lii-i- t Miwoh Simih and llallie WiIkoii are peaket of power. Shot Put Harry Far- - one. has not yet boon etK batV sil! tiz. 'HarfotlsuMaeT wery Jim3jigH-- , tri'Mmi'iit hy Dr. II. ('. Watknm bofoie t'oi grortx adj.iiimoil, ,Mi mcr, i;nyre iiumi, ii. t.. rroctor. Helm intrniltittil a lull to anil othorn. it - holiovoil iho Iiiik a MKiliiiH .Mr. anil Mr. John Hammond probably oe some time late tuts mo run erg, ML. CurrylBusVW. Affiu tint! repffcitpritatives- "bf Dan A Die I'hn American Hank, ant! Kiioil rlmmo to rooovor. sum r.ninry, .inc i. or enrly in May. The Sloan home Is No (Iiiiko at Ml of Bridges. l.ow liurmes in very low at .Mis. (Inn. Drioslor Kmbry, Stith N'oe. on a ranch houth.tif town. vere Mr. ville prf sent were .Mayor J. M. WaU uImh tl. SiMy fourth f'nngn-- s unc ik known for tho woiiiiiii'k rarh art. Road Engineer McKeo Riffc - In- will prow it for at lion. this wilting. One .Mile Run Sam Kmbry. Joe T. Sloan will tdkc" hiJirlde." lacer President Kit Dillehay, op.tho Sho took tho pomon in tho ptoM-noxi'tiehind cOrnmeWaLiii'tertniaatrnp, W. IMUtib. resulting ot ono ol lll'l MMl . IhIiiik no i OH "Tlio I'ointncrriHl tie-ul!o. J. T. Clianteeti filleil. hi ap- - budge Wednentlay a cm used of iron Kmbry, Ilartwell Shanks. will be whlih in the or hi Siso 'jBMinU'1. W.- - O. McTotvK? Shelby Man Shoot lll Nieca. fioin thi' Kumpi'Hii WMi Iws oniiximotl win thorofor oxpreiwint' hor loe tor puiiitineiil nolo me koioihi count, replacing old ones that have theTho One Mile Roluy was won by sophomores and seniors. n thinking mutt in this iimiilry hor huihanil and kiiiiiI .aid she tie- - .and Sunday. There win a good crowd done all the service possible. The ("HIT L. Scearce, n farm- v-th.il foiciRii trade ik a xilal element Kiroil to ho hurioil in a while mho. 'to Hear mm. lie win prencu nenor residing with his; sifter, Mm. John Rpone Hlgh.xv'iHPHcial!onV eamOifr in laigost of the bridge will take the in our iliimi'Ktir ptosperily anil that Ilofoio taking tho aonl. .ho ih mill to ler koi mill Saturday and Siinda plan- of the one over Cellar Creek, llie hetiior ( ontest of the hxpres- - fi. Glenn, n widow, two nnd4nrhnlf Stanford by tpiftva'rid Wtjijfc over wajv uath month. tliv Continents of N'orlli nnil South liao ilrank a hottle of peroxiile of pike, the III" I'flNtl IIIIUIII IN uir UNiiuru .hftt flnit the mother of on the Crah On hurt! jmitioim and the will be helil in the auditorium of lli'iil mi ii. o;lt C Nhnllll-VlllMr. Mri. Cainpholl wait uncoil mericH hnxo greiitei nli'titity of in the .... Imiolv wounded his niece. Mix Ju the Stanford delegates via anto, "n A go to vmiiHls of il Kajmond ami t'ii ever ot tne'fite' ti'iiN than wot to thetotilt-o- hi before" iioiiH fur alHiiil i hourv. hut Imi io ll'iank, away at nor litimo nere on ibki otheis ., i; ,, Wpilnesilnv. on ..new ui tounty. Ncenrce. who. exprcsseit nis approval M.nllM . rtl kuc . ..- ........ :.i-.'-Win r ...t,t.!W.. ....... ,.Xj.n ,.w ll.A ...cv,..iv.v Mr. Helm ..ii ntgii iiiveied consi iiiuKiiess now and will panned , ower. nnil hns benn livint? Tn: iiiiiiu .ic.c utnvu n:in. tne coniesutius .ire mi u:..i. lfc 'JOth She hail been ill for Tuemlay. One nf the nrtncinal actions taken "There never win ii timu probably locovor. school students ami the winner.-- , of some time with his sister, has been Charley Rerd'n Caie I'ottponed. ' nIh-opportunity xvas knocking so mime time with diopy. although her this i ontest will, if eligible, enter the regarded recently as partly demented. was the appointment ot a jo.irit iom- The cane of ('hurley Reed, of doors Tlio minnierio anil linn. W. II. Shankt Iltiyt A llukk. nor ueath wan unexpected ami a greHi louil at our Kentucky Intersiholaitic contest in He had. however, been running the mittce, composet) of, representatives shock to her many fneniN antl lovetl who is charged with boot- Lexington on May 1" and I. of a rotitini'iit air within f romtdch of the. three, counties to W. II ShankH Hon. thin week on en. farm for .Mrs. Glenni nntl several prepare pamphlet or bortfolio.ol'his-tori- c our grasp Thi' manufacturing ontor-prtlegging, or selling whisky without n bought for Mrs. Shank a hanilHome weeks ago he antl his sister had a The Tennis Club lias put iU court s in Central anil South Ainoruu Mi. AImii Camden has returned to government license was, called in the scenes nnd iiicitlcnts which will xvhen he learned II i a Kill! Huirk -- . that his , art' very limited, anil il - to thin ma- antl W.touting inr who made themodel tun homo in Heech (Jrove, Intl., after federal court at Richmond eaily thl-- J in condition for playing and the mem quarrelwas to marry Mr. James Mc- oe nanujomeiy printed, wiimuusira-j'- j W. Hay, sale, a pleHMHiit viml to friundn and a mote week, but on motion of his attorney. bers of the club have been maKing tin that I vvih the nttt'lilmii of thi' nay tions aiul illuminated copfoft.will' man, it is a beauty. Delivery will not i mtry could hi' directed. hero. X John W. Rawlings. of Danville, was good use of these pleasant afternoons Afee, a Shelby county charge and that furnishetr'to'tfce DLxle IliRhxsAr,CQpuF .McAfee would take of the I ew. Mikk Allio M. Owetm spent Sunday con tinned over until May 10 when it this week. if any, of tin republit to be made for a month or more for two xfiert they meet at pliue. McAfee has been ill of ap- missioncrsMiiv. TBp rntnmittpp CraffKf m Xiij"t.i r. Lintn"inre-C.- .. the moans of reason, the firt of which i tho hort aftoriition with Mikk Khxaheth Va ilu south of nit have will come up at London. Several in pendicitis, and Siearce, after calling nnni.ilthiif xvoik Wifs named as follBwsij7,'"s. High School Honor Roll. or doliveting tlioir pro-i.- ntipply of Hunks anil secondly. .Mr. It pare coln ttiuntx people went over for the his niece out on the Inxvn, asked her rrom t Mm. (ieorgc Krutxwald Iibk been trial. Deputy Colloitor Rowan Satif-ley- . to any other country ..Under ox-- i Shanks will spend some lime at the fiercer, W. l.. cue. ,jpmM.i3'vc. j Primary Dollie Heel:, Catheiine oon, antl vnuting rvliitnen in Louisville. John It. Dinwiddle anil Dr. M. L. Heck. Joe llruekelt. Harry Crawford. if she intended to rnurry McAfee. enberg ami Prof. MijAfect lrdm.VTS" iinir romlftiitnii all the Initio of ("en-tt.- Panama KxjKiKition veryuntil her Mr. John Ilouney npont Sunday Pi'pen, of Moielauil. John N. Motiofee, jLucile Dunn. Win trey Duncan, Maiy She replied that she did, and shoot- Boyle w. H'Kobertii, J. ai. Wallace.; anil South Amenta flows across due not rare for the car ing followed. The wounded girl thitlntitii- Ocottn; it ought to ho with Mr. and .Mrs. Jnck Kite. antl C. N. Smith; frpm Lincoln. K. S. Jr., of Stanford, and W. O. Speed, of Mood. rushed to the hospital here for treatMm. John Mousey diod at her home Iluntonville. The jury leturned a ver- h. Nutinelley, John ri..ing from North America to I Harvey Helm nnd S. M. .ella Harnett, l lias. ment. It is believed she will recover Alcorn, Hon. preparation First Gratle No Indictment Found. I reeman on last Tuontlay. 20th, ami Soutli America." at .Mt. of this portdict oj guilty in the cage agninit C.imeaisch, as the bullet struck a bone in her Saufley. The Hlankenship, lleatiice Walker, the of that dreadful tliseu-tuberculoKts. lHjut the only ini'ariK of creating John Price and John of Junction, but Judge Jimmic Daly. P.oytl Goxer, Winona folio xvill be under the auspices of corset anil did not penetrate the ab- the three commercial cl)ibs. Went Slie loaves a husband utid mx children, Coihrnn ha not yet pronounced .n menial ami business reUUion are two negroes arrentetl in hthol. Hill. Louis Met shun. Delia Mitihell. domen deeply. Scearco who has two i tranxtiorUU in. Virginia, an act umplice in the loung bi'sides a loving mother, three broe upon him. In regard to tlfe discussion xvhlcrwis "ik futilities Stella St anion, Dollie Walls, and Atle-li- a daughters, vvas placed in custody by to mourn her ami men untile (.gent. murder mystery, a: Danville, wore thers mid five bureau being over- lheyutiiujBXHl-t- , I' Walker. the Shelby County officials und an ef- ISodiie Way as indicated Ry the deleI the Feileral Reieno Act a not indicted h the grand jury, ar loss. She wan a muter to Mm. Jack iit Commercial Clubs' Combination, Grade- - Iiene Livingston, fort will be made to send him to a Second Rue. of this place, and also a mater ith $1.00(1.0011 rapital in the considerable evidence which wan gates present at Mt. Vernon last Murphy. Thelma Wulls, I'roluninarv Mens foi a combina- - KathenneM Preston, Eunice Pepplei, samtntitim. He is about fifty-fiv- e ii Platen ran etahi.Kh a hramh could not be gathered in time to Waltei lorn, who liven near jiore-ianweek, Piesitlent Maiet of the Boone vmr Muy the liod of all good be with tion t.i alliame or the lommerciai Mattie voats old. i in any of the i outline in t v - for the jiirinen to mt at thin term Way Association and father ofCtlro , a Allie S. Farmer, Annolle Curaon, ssv J or South America. Tht prmn- - The nupMinition ik that the men will the love dunes in their bereavement Club of Central Kentucky towns ami movement said, in response, to.qrfes-tion- s, K. Walker. Viola Hill. Mary L. n wry'4 : meeting in '. the LATEST WAK NEWS be held over till the next term. and help thctn to realize that then i ities wore taken at in my opinion, tlueii not in that the original Boone route, Jessie Long. Thursday, but as many impor- Huffman. Phillips, WelchHatler Smith, loss is her gain. nonK. What we neeil n a hank nf The llntish Chancellor of the Ex as drawn up in maps by him contero. '', Topples, Al Fostet It. were not tant towns and citicn I'ulmki Tanner IIIIK Hinurlf. 'it tent proportuma anil maitiiitude in the House plated following the Boone trail from progtens was len Andeisnn. James Miormaok, I led chequer has introduced no further Quarantine Lifted On Kentucky. importance and prestige to lian Desptintlency following a long niege of Commons his measures for con Cumberland Gap, to Crab Orchard . 'he IjUMiiewt of the contineHt. to apiHint an Kxetutive Baumun. Grade -- Eddie Ii. llaugliman, trolling the liquor ti allic. These con- thence to Stanford Danville, Harrods- - . All nuarantine regulation enacted made than of the grtp is given an the reason lor Third I he riovomment of the Canal the nuicidi'1 of W. M. Kernll. 71 vears f..r Ihe nrotei'tioii of Kentucky live Committee from the plates which hail Kmma Ilrackett. Jennie Harnett, sist of proposals for doubling the du- burg, Laxvrenceburg and on to LouisI present. This comI iik to he jut an ittable ami ik )ro ..i of age, one of the wealthiest fanner stock against the foot anil mouth di- - representative Iiene I). Gootle. Jack Govei. Smile K. ty on spirits, quadrupling the tluties ville. After he hatl started the agita tlio Coverninunt of the of l'ulanki i mint y. The bodv hanging eane were canteiieu ny tne isuiie mittee was authorized to tlraw up a Kincaitl. James Paxton. Susie Rankin, on wines and an utciease in the tax tion lor tho iioone way roatt con't.nU h I ited State. If He eKtablli.li a iNink by a plow line from a lafter in the I.iventoik Sanitaiy Iionrd at a meet- form of permanent oiganization Mary Louise Stone, Dorothy Tribblo, on beer. struction, Lexington and Frankfort meeting the Canal Zone it boroinen identi- - barn, wti tlineovered bv hm wife The Dardanelles is the central point gave him assistance in promoting ing of that body in IaiuisviIIo Tliur-da- y which will be presented at a anil at James Turpin. Frances l'raylor, Lu- f i.l with the locality. Our (!oorn- new regulations considered to be inlled by the committee hor husband hail left hour after and of interest. The British and French publicity for the movement and at, - cilu Walker, lhnmas wntiher. jfuarantotw the Iiouko for work on the farm. 1 ii. i i i hohind it. That adequate in view of the practical whiih the name and olllies of the pioFouith Grade Kathenne Hruce. landing fort e. according to the brief their request he afterwards put them 'i.leiuo and make it a ure go. eraduation of the diseane from the iposetl oigilliuaiiun win tie mihtu'ii. Sal ah Heck, Fiances Fish. Reba Oliv- reports from the Htitiah War Office, on the map, though in fact, the main u is nopeti utni Ih t.ovornmonl to the w.tith of u Mn, Hnrvey Cloti Dend. State were adopted. Lniler the new At the next meeting bo represented er. .Marv Kathenne Hooker, Nellie haxe suci ceded in securing a firm Boone Trail or Old W ildernesi road 'I will in communities he innpireii with confidence into State Mr. Harvey tHass is dead at hor regulations the an the is divided "ex- othei these, it was announced, may Mitchell". Mary Gilbeit Powell. Ade- foothold on the Asiatic side of the fiom the Mountains to Louisville nm Ii "elo?od," and iiiHtitutmn. us he hail originally indicnted. SkImsm. Menei tounty. what is known laide Proctni, I.elia Cook Raney, stunt. nroiNisitMin. In the limine wunear wife of the rin is no how Spot atln attacks characterizes the posed." "modified," "rentnetetl" antl enter the organization on the same Gladys Soutlianl. Atlolph Cnmeniech, the .. Ihiok i'rotlilent Harrison approxeil She athuining footing as those lepiesentetl. The Boone Way Meeting Changed. Von Giueni- - I'limpaign in Belgium .mil Fiance, and Prenhytomui preai her. who for yearn "free" areas. Lincoln and distrut. h a propowtion. and Set rotary of Committee named, whith rep- I.ee ilaxis Fisher. Albert are in the Tree" on the x hole the troops have rePronbvterian By long distance communication it. was the pastor of the the mother lounties m tronicl adviM-atw- l no resents all of the towns antl cities Kul1' thenb .'. Blaine An a mnttei of fmt Somerset, and i'e;tus. mained comparatively quiet in the yesterday James Maret, of Mt. VerFifth (iiatle- - .xiargaiet which had delegates m attendance, have appropriated ftlHi.iimi.OUli churih at I he GerRev. Gilbert Glas. once pantor of "tlosed" area in the Slate at the except Lexington, whose members Josephine Gooih, Mattie Helle Kin-uu- past twenty tour hours. non, president of the Boone Highxvay tho army and $I!ii.umi.OOO for of regulations were ihurch in thin city. present time, but Kli.abeth Gieer. Ellis Murphy. mans have been repulsed at two points Association, and father of the "Boono ti navy; now let u tlo a little btiKi- - the Prsbtenan such an area in case will be seloitod later, aie as follows: the Belgians noith of Ypres and Highxvay," idea, informed lotal Boone Hlankenthip, made to cover Sixth Grade-lleit- ha while we are doiiiK ""' much i at any point in ( vnthiana, J. .M. Allen and R. 15. Thcnm Powell. Henry Il.iughmun. o by the French at Le.s Eparges. the tlisea.se Pair Director Meet Saturday. Way Boosters that he had trnnsfer-redth- e f i titinc; lei u tlo a little hunineai. lot luded in what is termed Ilishup; Harrodsburg. Gem go Ilohtin Reports of the operations in Poland Guy Maigaiet Wootl. i' place of meeting for the comA meeting of the ilini torn of the the State. illiamstown Smith, Caitei. Rankin, Joseph Walter. anil the Carpathians do not record ih'i- the Kuropoan CioeriunentK are ili "fr..H" area of Kentucky are 10'. and James lenboig; Ola pletion of the i outing of the highway. ,,.. .. .... Lirniu. .in mi vv . i: K. of P. Pair - i ailed for tomorrow s ami ,i. i. i nimoi fighting i... ... . I'. .i.. uiio.-- i inMcoimaik. WootU Goxer, any movements having and decisive from Harrodsburg to crao urcnaru of I niflaiul, ami Jlooie ....... RobeitRaney, Emily Camenisch. r.,. ..... and Connaiiy Sattirdav afternoon, at theA olllie at- ciiuiuics iiiiu. ... ,i,l,,i,.lit will be HslJurnette: ..Sheimaii. ., ellect on the campaign in the east. Springs, where the asociation will i .. .. k?.. Gabe full S. Amenta abo-lui- the Ktrst National Hank. i riiieiiiien, rC Ill.lX'llltJ. till.. ' Howard I'rue, .1 oauiuui h.i.o I'i'iifral antl ft ..... bum-tieIII"! in lilt' lilt..I,.,. .'" I'. 1.1 Seventh Guide- - Frances I'ormney, The heavy guns of the opposing hold its first session May 14, he said. Callings; Lanh their Krtup for tratle. Thitrc tendance is desired, as important Wal- Hoik as they were before the tool Marshall and in Nellie Davi. George Fleece Karris, fori os lontinui' to shell the positions. Methods of financing the highway, E. C. in to be transMiteil. ' appeared in this caster. J. K. Stormi's anil L. (5. D.iv i. teuton why vie shoultl not capMontenegro has appealed to the xv ith ami mouth Joe Grimes. Janie to its actual It Somerset. Di. Call Noilleot and Marx Hill Gaiman, Vie Go.c Smith. United State. for aid through the tion, a view taken up ut this constructure il. Lot u oll a few million of ton. Set retary. Jetl'erMin. meeting. State. Those portions of xvill be Hooker, Mary Pettus, I. it. .unit ImiihIh anil itart a lunik. Lot within W. II. Gniller; Nichnlasville. 11. Y. Sophie S.iuiiders. Mnigaret Shanks, State Depot tment, asking that the Hullitt and Oldham counties Circuit Court at Liberty Monday. tart with $20.1100.011(1. of infection Willis and C. T. Ashley ; Dry Ritlge. Satile Wearen. till co miles of a contei American Red Cross help fight typhus Hot Judicial Race, in Mountain!. The May term of the Casey Cir- - make up the "opoed" area of R. L. Com ml and W. T. S. Hlnik-liiir; .t com! imttk while wo aru, at it. Eighth Gratle- - Ilistei Ai.ilerson. epidemics. The riinditlatcs for the IieDublicuil at Libertv Cm tnth. Di. II. R. Simmons let the tiiiternmunt own tin majoii- - mit Court will begin.loiiiiial will have. England''- - efforts to enlist the coun- nomination for Circuit Judge in the new regulations. The under . i" ;,' tha' Richmond. C. F. Sara I oimnev. Ruby Hilton, Oniric The luteiioi H ..f the Ktock ($i:.l)00.00l)i. ami let Far- try in the prohibition move ant not Laurel-Cla- y is inntle up of thoe and Frank II. Craig; ........ ' D.ivi. May Helle Lyons, Sylvia judicial district, Judge C... n.... "modilied" atea .1 hi- miller tho control of the .'.- I.I.M poitions of Jeirorson, liullilt ami Old- Hlggins ami A. IL Ziiimg; Geuige-tow- mer. Sarah Sampson. Mary i,i represuttiaiive on .num. as easily as Kitchener anil otli-ie- r Lewis, of Lotldon, the incumbents and going J. 11. Waul and Kinzoa Stone; Mae Goxer. Earl liaughman, Sam 15. Koore Hoard anil untli'i the I iiispet I if ou have business Willi tins paper. ham mantles outside of a tluee-niil- e Large sup- -' Attorney W. W. Rawlings, ofManleaders xxould like In Crab Oi chard. R. L. Collier and Dr. of the t iimplrollei of the urren-.:. rntlnis ot a tenter of liitt'ction. Walter Hrown-in- plies of whsky anil other alcoholic chester, have begun to make the welCraig, Will Ashloik. tlio remainder of the stock be Hard lo Convict of Elecliun Bribery. the "restru ted" a I en are Shelbv. J. II. Willis; Falmouth. Di. L. G. ot hex ei ages are buing laid in, in prepkin ring nnd incidentally to bombard was hand-ederod to the ptiblti, arid if an re n impoitant opinion of the Heniv. Meade. Lnrue. Hardin. Si oil. Fiehman Leonnul H.illard. I'nin-ie- bs aration foi a military seizuie is even each other's position xvith shell and lie to the south of tt wants to get the Court of Appeals Woodford anil Je.ssumine counties. tlovvn b production of liquors There Cartel, nnie V. Craig. shrapnel. The txvo met each other in , it have an inturot We will not this week regarding briber) in elecAlcoholic Evaiicelttm. Kmbry. Allie Russell Fish, Rachel talk of btiinnng Billy Sunday, the joint debate recently at Manchester, mil it i issue notes to iinulate tions, whiih indltates that the Ken- England to antl news comes from that burg that London. School Teacher Wed nt i'lw follou ini- - tnken from the Hill. Claiame Singleton. Coin P.. Ameiican evangelist to thereby eliminating an ilucki election laws must tie rudi- n otiey. Friends hole have jut boon advised inuihtiaii Standanl was handed to the Trontle. Joan Wood. Thelma Fiancis. help tuin the prohibition wave into the largest crowd in the history of the -- I...I .f ...... stbihtv of oMiausion or contrac- - can) mtiriiiiuii ..miI .......... ...I .. ...tn li. .ui'iv,.v.i London. Hy.. ot i j liv ju 0, friL.t, Kid. Joseph Sophomore Henley Cash. Nellie Eneland. town guthetod to hear these gentlei II could have no possible motive) buying and nulling i to be made a of the mariiago .it Adams, assistant Fredetiik Palmer, war correspondaou; NNjth the letiuest that it gixe it W. Hill. Matsy Grimes. Feiilinand ent, hum that peace talk vyas ad-- x men discuss the burning issues xvhich Prof. John Hurst lioatiling money tln'iig of the past in this state. Eni-lu., i nniitipaloi tne itign Mcnooi tneie .tuninjected themselves into tho which it takes pleasure in tio- - Matheiiv. Selena Young. Joe T. The countries round aliout rana-m- a I'ntil the Legislature sees pioper ., anted by Get many to both Russia hnvo Aniiu Loume Rhtirer. ot l.cxing- ing campaign. Judge Lexvis, so his friends Sex el. il years ago wio otate iecilijielp more than any othiii to ihange the existing law. llie inine; the Lon Hiackett, Lucile and Frame last fall, Alsace and assert, hns niade a good record nnd of Hessie Junioi s of Ohio xveie holding . people aiirvjiore on the globe. The givet aimi .i... i..;i... ...t ... .r m.; ..... ion. but iiNo a member me uiiwv ....-i- n !..... ... .MGaines, Slut ley Loiraine to lie ceiled to France to they are for him for another term on School the cm.ii.ciKitiiiii'of these countries finm prudent anil dim cot. ma go unpun-ishetl.- " don High graduate faculty, riot.Stale a mooting at Columbus. One ofHow Dudderar. Geitrude and Luiy Wil-'g-that lountiy to quit. The triple the bench. The frienlla. of Judge Raxv-linMaggie Rankin of Kentucky Gover. imas is a speakers had for his subject. I .. ldtiii. Pans and llorlin ciodits must ........ t.i.. tn,, m.ii Mi.. Ithorer to Huilil L'p the Saloon Husiness." 1)U)t said .linlgu Carinll in the opin entente held, however. think that Clay cpuhtv should i excisfinm the I'mtod Stales i onio Fixe month's loss of French is ion of the Court of xppeais, Latei S.illle M. judgeship once Senior said: "The a chance other "If the 1'n i ui in. i Canal Is going to ing the Pike Clieuit Court in the while attending sihool theie.to toaili Among of our things be is dependent Cling. MarvClinton Coleman. Fm mer. placed at 1,100,1)00 men. or 200,000 have i.nir:itinn at thethev are backing... S. Cook. Harry In A. and when they went to London business silt cess l.e what we think it is, the commerce case of . . T. Rome, who had been s loss is plnc-MuPvW was lenewetl. The laigelx upon the creation of appetite Ellen Mao'Holtzclaw, Bessie Moore. men a month. Geimany ' Utl .uuncitu.sivr lawyer w u mivjvu-- ol the win Id is going through theie. .oavictoil of selling his vote in the tlioir atipiaintame Mine Raney. Veina Rout. May-- , ed iitt.hiMUMlU men. and must use the xx ell. The contest promises tq oe a bride Is the attractive dauglttei of for drink. Men who think liquor, liko Dig busipos. stupendous business, lilllt election for $1. and was lined in the the men the late Dr Melxin S. Ithorer. anil is otheis must tlic. And if theco is no me Singleton. Elizabeth Waren. Anne nest of m cording to fill up gaps report, niemonitue ono ueiore ti nujncs t,u must nitive through the canal, and we $15(1 and tlisfiant htsetl The law to the trench Harvey Wilkinson ranks, popular in Lexington sonety. lose nt the August primary. big haul to handle It. appetite i tented, oui counteis will he 1). McRobuits. imisi h.ive a that xv heie theie I a single Half of the German officers have empty, as will bo our coffers. Our Kate Lynn Wood. in.ui is as iniith in touch with tinI j witness lo eleition Inihery there must ibeen sauificed on the "field of hon-orCoal round In Cumberland. Court Panet On Road Tak. Law.. ihiltliou will go mingrv. or we must Ii l.imotil the world as any nthet ion-be "strong coriobonitivo evidenie." The British army since the begin-- I Banker Gregory Indicted. The disi oeiy of a mill xem on the change our business to that of some Under Article U.Chapwr lluKen,-1- ! tei nf business. You can telegiuph. In this case Don Ramsey testilietl mug of the war has had 1.8 14 offieeiM ,,!. Cni,t., open ii wiieless moxsagos fiiim tliat lie gave Rumen $1 upon hn puiin-is- e faun nf Will llry.nit, on Diitth cieek. othei mine lemunerative. The (able in F.li Giegory. piesideiit of the de- killed. :i.30l wounded, and 7;l2STrk. iuin.uwi,iii.i .. Pi,i.1 Pi.nrr. inftt'i . rs; may lesult in the field lor the ci cation of appetite is funct Central City Deposit Ilu k, was upon the pfOperty a tpiickly a you ian fium X.ictin potted missing, a total loss ofr,i77'! levy taxes rillllte fill- - thrt UUrDOSC and to vole "the whole l'.epublitail Cumberlanda county, ate 01 nulla In ork City. .Sow Will Ram- opening of new coal mining lielti in among the boys, fter mentney gioxvn indicted by the grand jury on ton (eimanv has tlecltluil lo makittre V! mproTiig ticket." Romes denied it rareiy counts. Giegory is in jail at Gieen-villa itxiYl, ascordlngtQ thi, 'Tile balance of tuide has been sey said that Romes had a tepiitation Ixontuiky. .xlloi lonsiuor.ioie muor and their habits toimetl. nil. :i!s ai':iinst Gteat Br.tllll) for opened sufficiont-Ievei ihange in this legaril. It will bo .iiriui.nt the United Suites with the as a vote sellet aim Five of the counts charge tii.Mliiu.nl of culilnl oil .rows of mI'v. IovIimiu of WJ sUtute. and .they; iuii no nun tlic mine lias been .. i, .....1.1. .. O....1 coal needful, theiefote. that missionary 1ifn1r..il InWddllifr only bxritho.. i to justify tlio statement that Miiillierii ueputiiics. four accepting money when he marinus anil will ticat likewise c.K in i,..,,,,!,. Romes' vote in the cUi Minis HOUl.111 ...... ,. i ... iiiiiik lli,,,, 1.. .....1... 1111 paying quantities. xxork be done among the boys, anil I IS .1 .r i;m'(-i- , I ,'.'.' ..nil .'M.". ...v........ Olll uLiiinii;v r.11.',. ., ... .,,v.,. Ol in. ik .inn... ...I tl.t'l.li.i tlii...ii.t exists theie in bank xvas insolvent, anil one ob- - Itiiietl British olliceis to un equal nUs limit prewlUed !a thi'CiiwtituKV ,.... - .i,. Other pi opei ty owneis .ire investi- make a siiggosliiui. gentlemen. i"l knew " ,.iiiex bv false nreten i .... .,1. ... what a I nited an purpose,' Tbuv tlo not know .n .il"" ....'lumber legardless of rank, lliiity- - tisn fifty ifiuijor pasied,upoh'ti kwiJsVi'' .,". WIUIl in "mi Heats to expended hills States Treimury note is. So itt e do 'Willi ,.videiue of Don gating in the Cumbeilaiid county Sulll-- i nickelsnow will in the in dollars tne. nine British officers xveie imprisoned Cqurr, oi sxppaaai to boys letliin ,,,. ,ii,i , ij; finding other veins. ' It. ih know abiitil tliov in hopes of 'tn upholllinji'.aw --vrnxr , wlml Excursion To Cincinnati. in . the military detention bauiuks as V .1 " Fiscal Court I II vl ..I. .1... f.nm l Ml vnui till ...I Willi OlII ifii it. tiupiiiv-- r that the olleiise of which he was ac-- t lent quantities of cowl would be an "fm mod." after the appetite has been Lilt: uuiL. A: N. will l un its second e- - in in. .nun in ill I ill' i Tho i..i. We buy for road purpoww. PV Jl that you have to identity tisotl xvas "a single act. not pint of incentive tn the building of a railroad the sotisoi. to Cincinnati mans contending that the treatment of ity couiti levyThis is alcoholic evangelism. It a caigo of hides oi wool in Aigentina any sthenic or plan." It was not in lo that section. trail will leave St.mf ml of their iiintiireil submarine news is !mx rJaKaVtaHlfnxeVlls .UnlftaS it WIB 7ii moves that the devil has apostles as Sunday. The M. and make settlement with a London eiriumstantuil evident c, hetause "cir- a violation of international laxv. Fine for tho o k lij' Clntractjf J proves that thelnt I:IR A. JTixtcutUV wkfw well as the Lord. Il "Dock" Get. Hit. draft. What dock that mean? We have . unistaiitial evnloiico is that winch ilemaud.s boys the same as Hip in $1.75. to Utke United .States gold and do tends to inniiei I the at. tisell with the Dock Smith, who' had confessed ' The State Board of Equaluatidiv 1 haxe to'ThanUTv ie.ul a good London posit it in Londilii. That gives paiticiilar ciime tintlur investigation. scieinl times in court to participating iighteuusiioss. things, but this is the Chamber of Commerce for Lancaster. Thursdav raised tho assessment oi m Hie use of urn gold, the interest on it, The I. (let! r j . U tha" from til mmmmmmm property in Whitley tounty' 10 contiiiuetl "That this leg- in the assassination of formei Shoriir many mean farm iiiurt I her to be the clearing islation makes It extremely difficult Ed Callahan of Hteatlutt county, but must tlaninaiiie piece in uevitiix in.ji. uutl unable hMrt iniy and ........ster has oigaiiineil a Cliamlier if farm ot I have read foi a long time. There is of Common u. J. K. httnmo is presi-den- nor teiit.. the aso!iient pir cept byfx iuXvrtrd und friendly deetJ house of the world. New Ytnk has the to sectiie the coiivictiiin of guilty per- who had boon t'ixen his liberty on Bath cc nty i ., . lT. , .2 t he the clearing house and propel ty in one thing aliout it. however, llie mote onpnitunity R. L. Elkin, hj LTi per c'lt the was senteiiiod in the Clink toM Pfifh low, mow .tnat nus nun Gjl. sons is plain, foi bribery is a seciet .tilt to'V'i In Id if wo will tut promptly crime, needing only the psutliipation Clicuil Couit to impilsonmmit talk of tins kind we have on the part L. (J. Davidson, secietury. vv n,- .the of a good ami . foi of the wot of S.iOreary .'oiitu) 10af.i.1ur;. iKoi4l.ll he uwnrj'OlKS anil South of the liquor interests, the sooner the nnil senile jjthe (,'ciital IuvvimI ix sta nl as retu no I of the bribe givel and the hi the tak life. he people are battle will hoover. Freak Chicken Ameriuin tnulo. eie mid or to complete it. unit it seldom ocThey stirreil up; they aie outraged. , ' lleftne the outbreak of the huio-peii- u curs that these evildoer. commit the Bargain Day for Uexillgtonian. t, started in the morgue of HuffJ Especially am W. A. Carson has a fieak chicken1 problem will our expoits to Central and olfonse in publii in in the pionunce eyo and its & Hendren, of Nicholasville at o,- - Livingston, Mint FRESH MEATST Col. W. P. Walton announce! in mo going to deal with this soon in his bunch. It has no South America were ilecioasing, while of other poisons, in under conditions his Lexiiigtoiiian that during the fust in the right way, ami mai xeiy and bill set, oiosswuys latlicr tlum o'clock Ihurstlay morning, uurrmg Mr und .Mrs.J.S, BREAD, GAR. itiiisii. Hits xvill our impnits weie iiuieasing. Our tnat would pcii'iit conoborativu evi- two weeks of May he xvill send his ti,.. :iloon ne a iigni in me An institu stiuight out. It Is sex oral days old. tlie building, bourses, carriages and Fannie Todtl, Chi$S pugsil VEGE- xvill be finished. t In IU HI amounted to 5.tyi.77r.-Ufi- ; dence of their guilt." l.uMiigttinian to subsci liters al $1 per all undertakers.' stock. Thje h rfies ' while piopagated in such deliberate Rodney K. D'ntl ,he LADIES who in Hill to $28J.07".iri;i; yea I. Outers xvill be taken at this tion Hit Own Medicine It xvero gotten out. The tire spread to IU I II aniouiitod to cussednoss as the above address je--1 "Ian i our impoits for Stanley at Liberty. office foi his good paper. the large dwelling of Mrs. F, I' Tay- I'CUIlty Ho xvKINli HA 1 5, will lind An OnttmWt. veals, ought to die ten thousai.il. 4l',nVJ7.'l. nd In 1'Jll Jti'.y.UK'Jo lor, which xvas tilao burned, total his FeUluJl, Je at W. ti. LAIR'S at Hon. A. 0. Stanley, taiuliilatu for Ho has absolute faith in his medi loss about $10,000, partly covered by pounds. deaths. Yes. theie Is alcoholic oviingshowing u timle h.ilanco iigiiinH the democratic nomination for gover tir.7 Make Good Work Pottible. t lower than anywhera cite. ..ti.... .....I ..l.i.iii' nf it. itiitiitiii unit is........ h,. knows wtien no tuses 11 iui of JfltK.iil t.o80, 'antl in nor, will speak ut Liberty Tuesday iik for I'JUI You cannot do good work while anj , our ,toc, b cs$tV i flit. '' next near. I of J51R7.01-i.ncertain ailments he gets relief, l'eo-- 1 insurance. i. liv.DM your bowels are sluggish or your buy and you will lava mon l'lo xvho take III. ..llll, "ZSifwl ' y" Op- Mgr.. er torpid. Win. 0. K. Ilieke, Take Care of il.. C hildr .n. ' Straighten Him OutT I oveiy for an irritating Cold are If you check up the number of bot- Scott Hotel, Hancock, Mich., says "I Our "Jitney" Offer Tliii nd 5e, A lingering cold, distressing coughr for t,x c-I timlsts -- they know this cough rem- a thorDON'T MISS iHIS. Cut out this tles usetl you will find Foley's Honey gave Foley Cathartic Tablets Ajr,Jntonjed Br otlyxv.U penetiate the lining of the sleepless nlgfts, IXT . but i ! a tilip, enclose xvitlt five cents to Foley anil Tur m greater demand tliun any ough tiiul, and find th"m a mild Tub-leVV throat, kill the getms. and open the hroat i could do no work St alii ts hie cough medicine. It is wife, wife cathartic." Foley Cathartic III., wilting your other & Co., Chicago, tor Natture to net. You cunt- in which the child is not ables to reMsjrli me'V U .'v effective for colds, croup, never gripe or cuviso nausea. KM ev Pills ou will prompt and iiu'mo and address: cleat ly. stny"u to I ' y t'e. troy u cold by uperuclal treat- contagious abases roley UMarge HUSTON VILLE. : KY ilu niviiv with that dioW'SV. dull. once." The.. same . leceive in leturn n frial package con- - hoursoncss, bronchial coughs, throat Th mr iiui.y iioniuikiiMivi.ui uccn lo inu, ..ii...... . .. lfcllV'IIB vai II' Alt .1 t -f.m ntiikr - i'O optimist.L'uuau vi uuu ..!.... inIt rolievoo uttdTna T. Fotey's Honey unit Tur Com. trouble und lugriopc.'It contains no tired feeling und are wholesome, I thousands Ul . diiey' and bladder ii... curly tiVniiig Oct a tM U1.I1UII, Ill trouble. Be an 1 coughs, colds nntl croup, opiates and U the preferred cough clean slug and healthful. Most satis- - rheumatism, k . poihitb for ihjin.ound. We were much .Safe and ijtfe.' p h M - of Dr. K.iirVi New Discovfwy crou? Caih paid for alt kindi of CounKidney Pills, und Foley Cuthar- - medicine for children. Sold Every factory for stout twrsons. Sold Ev- - 'bios yield quickly. opUitc rffih' the crop grown lust year. v- no Sohl Kverywhcre. " if eryxvliere. where. "Vrn can be been nt my farm try Produce. tic' Tablet. Sold Mx eryxx here. j-- offered for Kilo at farmers' r ". F. REIO, Stanford, Ky. A &J, i Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, April 30, 1915' 'g, 'Jr'mm!3. I'm iJK'7v m V'.. tl'l i mj Vw f- wuwatmKn.i r bSp&h' i' M-- i ti. ! Tf Jmys and ndyAJF ' rM w w .. eilu-eatm- n s ny J r.XX .t.it" asftfeSK,.! . t '"n.?i "f" 0J. JKJnA ilW do-tai- -- r-'- xvtHv f ' .- rrir.. Ropre-M-ntntlx- e Viiult-Stith-- Noc - - tl n two-thitil- 1 ss -- :.-r- I limn-potat- o Troty-McAfj- ji , Car-I.oa- d - - p el-.- - - ..... i. .... cvl-.iiii- k 1 woll-know- W -- rorn-ptmden- t. " st rela-tive- bil'".''; Vu Kon-nide- i. il - - en-tr.- il e, h-- il d. Sa-lir- Lex-litgto- t- - ,' - nev-or- - ) well-know- n - . Lu-ul- - ,... el n -- Jo-ep- n; I i IP T,iJ r Ken-tmk.- v n; Mon-tlav- - i -- i sT?1 o Ell.-abet- ' I I '1 iJaS mm . liquoi-dealer- gs I rv ' j ." m ts'nB t ' , ' !1 e. v for-gei- 1 L ,;'' ,i., ,,,, .,,,,. ,,. :.,,,.. eiii-tio- 'mjM !,,., l i:!;ii;mc :jfiHm.rrm itT-'t- aaaH 1 BBB bbbbbH H lountl-wickedne- i. t; 1 '....' 1 f J daafl ' .M v vTIbbB J rTsim t -- "i2&txi& . I. M H. LiAlK, - , rfpr JUW ij;. uw 32-2- i'si-- t. LV, '): &kl' ' 'M V mj j H-- sJ 1 .1 ' -- 3a - V' .'J' '-- ! ft'J1.1t"J 4. J ' 1 I" I . ( 'y. - V i t t .. - c. ..m.-!, je Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky.1 Friday, April 30, 1915 v. am Vfl k '1 ( r v !. .. WI5JTTI7 MtChcsncy for governor his ileient a m "certain ns death nnd taxes." AcSAUFLEY cording to our recollection, tho Time the Courier-Journa- l, nnd Its litors nml Mnnngcra. wild the same thing of Bryan TEAJi HTttlCTUT IN ADVANCE In 189(1. and tho same thing of Beck- hnm in 1007, two other democrats, r and both papers had a very prominent i Arvr rtffttfffit wM Mflr MCni o nnrt In occompilsninir mcir ueicau cnturc the redirtion that We'll tlipiin tun tinners will both bolt the LAN The Interior Journal Is nuthorized democratic nominee for governor InMcChcsto announce the following candidates tho event he happens to bennd Beckfor office, subject to the Democratic ney, just ns they did Bryan In thnt. ham before. Just stick n pin primary, Auguit 7th, 1916. They prate about "rule or ruin. For Circuit Judga Thev niiirht tn know. It's been their C. A. 1IAKDIN, of Mercer county. game ever since wc can remember. CHAS. CmjfOX,, of Boyle county. AIiT0N & side-partne- r, Interior Jovntl rr ,'Thc Louisville Timc paid this week that In the event ofthc nomination of A of-ten- er; i - MEN'S SHIRTS. A man to be well dressed must not only be careful in the selection of his suit and shoes, but its the trimmings the little extra touches that fill out and finishes his attire. These hot dciys now call for coats off that means fresh, pretty SHIRTS you must have. Shirts is one of the most particular articles of a man's apparel he changes them has to have them neater and fresher than any other garment. WHITE SHIRTS there is nothing prettier than a pure white shirt with narrow plaits or tucks; or a white negligee with soft or laundered cuffs; or the new athletic shirts in white with short sleeves and a collar made to button up regular or to roll down very low, is beauty and comfort. Then the cool, thin, attractive SILK SHIRT is now the rage with the young men, and then comes the conservative, useful, always good, neat effects of narrow spin stripes of black or blue, or helio all these we can furnish in most any size, with or without collar, with long or short sleeves, at 50c to $3.50. LET US SHOW YOU OUR SHIRTS -- V E21 ' te:ebdhdcnce. r. .a MjMfrf .National w- :f X. V. PlwS'EAn, of Boyle county. R. W. CTlENON, of Mercer county. J. 3. OWSLEY, Jr., Lincoln county. For Railroad Commissioner WM..F.JKLAIR. of Fayette county. J. E. NKWJIAN, of Nelson county. For Circuit Clark ESSE D. WEAK&N. 3IARSHALL C. NEWLAND For Representatire in Legislatur W. G. GOOCH. Kansas expects n harvest of 200,- Onn.nnn bushel of when) in Juno and an exchange notes that she is nl-- 1 ready ndcrtising for hands for tho Knnsjis has fallen Into the fields. hnbit of mnking n fortune out of wheut, corn and cuttle. After awhile there won't be enouggh vacant space in that state to accommodate the automobiles. J PntoCM rt House v. . .i.:1".. Hat r ! ' . . mM $500,000 . In Baspitols; ViW. .nmiirfl Skin Cure ;rR LifTcr- - i .. r IfB.lDO , ,ncP'iyo in ta fuMteiuM bln lua l rairT?frch. Dlrtlnp fluid una st hvoten X Jim Hon oi-- a d. d. rv Am 0r her of one itholln lnslltutloti.4 1. Institute oif nDrll- "rwtBrdinir a patient. .eaten nor eyeurons nd Ilpa had become HUM Ho Ute of 17. D. D. Wl 'are rfrowlnit. her noo have assumed their natural ' cmacurrerers are pay ors for recular frent. Jfcelng treated with this Ksficjnrnf-flmti' tion must be nppllcl according to directions Khcti In the pamphlet around oery bottle. Follow these directions and eeel And It certainly takes away tho itch at once tho moment the liquid Is applied. Tin skin t soothed calmed so thoroughly refreshed delightfully cooled. All drurfflsts of standing writes "D. R, T. Is ruperlor to any-thtn- u I lme over found. Soft and noothlnff, yet a powerful agent." To do lho work, D I). D Prescrip- Prof. Cherry Withdraws. I'rof. II. II. Cherry, president of the Western State Normal school at Howling Green, who has been a candidate for the democratic nomination for trovernor, a short time, today announces his withdrawal, but says" that he does not do it in the interest of any candidate, but he says, simply because that "the present situation convinces me that it would not justify one of limited means, who i not willing to accept material help from any source that would make him a tool in the hands of some one else." As Prof. Cherry had started his campaign so far on n platform denying to the people nt this time n right to vote prohibition queson the state-wid- e tion, it looks mighty like he saw that the liquor interests were willing to put up for good "wet" candidate but that he had manhood enough to refuse to accept their money when he saw the obligations it would put him under to them. The leading distillers of Frankfort are said to be financing the big demonstration which is to be given for Stanley when he opens his campaign at Frankfort tomorrow, but the people of the state know very well the influence behind him nnd arc undoubtedly willing to accept the issue. Jess Willard's comiiencation in dol lars and cents for whipping the stuffing out of Jnck Johnson is $13.000; while the n'ltro got $.10,000. But Jess Kui itimiiikun iudi. .mil uiuv n wimi lit: nnd 0 world wanted. The money will come Inter, FORMER "ICE KING" TALKS John Rohrman Praises Remark .Mel Work of Medicine Tanlac Louisville, April 20. Almost every in Louisville is personally acquainted with or has heard of John Hohrmnn. The "ice Mng" or villc, as he wns formerly called by those who, known nnd respected him for his honesty and Integrity lor a . score or more years has been a sufferer from stomach complaints and a general debilitated condition for n considerable length of time. Like lots of other folks, Mr. Kohr-- . man was a little skeptical regarding1 the merits of the new preparation, Tnnlnc, as he had tried numerous medicines in the past without ob-- 1 tnining the right results. However, j the publication of testimonials from j Louiswlle neonle he knew who had i been actually benefitted by Tnnlnc, convinced him that a test of the prep- - I' oration wus worth the attempt. Mr. Kohrman had suffered much annoyance from indigestion, especial ly. He got Tanlac and began using it, A few nftcrnoons ago he was prepared to make this statement in the pres ence of witnesses: "Less than two weeks ago I obtained this Tanlnc. The medicine was just what I needed. It went straight to the spot. I strengthened right up. My is improved, as well as my sleep. If I had paid a thousand dollars for body ! np-eti- te ::,:!::::: McRoberts & Bailey Oil Treatment for Stomach Troubles simple prccripuon made up of a comlnn.it ion oi inirc t'Ki'(auic xtiis 11 producing wonderful results for Mtf- fcrcrs from ttomach, Incr and intcstinil The rcincdt. winch is said troullc to hac originated in Trance, where it has ken used for )car b the pcavintry. by was introduced into this cntintr George II Majr, a leading Chicago druggt't, who cured himself of ecrc stomach, bcr and intcMuinl troubles by its uc Iho'c who hae ucd it say the firt doc is Mifficicnt to convince any one of its remarkable merit, and that within t cut) four lxiur the simcrcr feels like a new pirson This medicine. -- GREATEST AID TO BEAUTY. Is the clittening whiteness of well kept teeth . , jw Stanford 1 T. RtCEABDSOW frankly - have tho famous specinc ns well as the clllclent V. I). D. Skin Soap. But wo are so confident of the merits of this prescription that wo will refund tho purchase price of tho first fitfl rlie bottle If It falls to reach jour cose. You alone aro to Judeo. drug company, Stanford, Kentucky. B. W. LEIGH. HUSTONVILLE, KY. Ma- : Full Stock .of Groceries, Crown Gasqline, chine Oils, Etc. Get my Prices. They will surprise you. v d. hl Highest Market Price Paid For Country Produce Of All Kinds. Fresh Vegetables 'k Always on Hand. t re w r &i Get Them in Three Times Each Week. V Best of Fruits of Various Kinds. mm ', ., A . T" Call and Get Some. . B. Campbell, Stanford. Dakota Jack's ijMV HatLiBiHLflNMliJ INDIAN REMEDIES have made h!s name famous all over the m. UniUd States and Canada. Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and, Berries. Far treatment of Human Diseases. Purslcy's Indian Herbs- -5 Days Trestment, Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment Dakota Jack's Crerae Soap, Trice 10c, 3 bare $1 f'1! ,Si A ' 00 25c 25c '& & "Sr -' DAKOTA JACK MikwMt(rn Cowboy Jtt Shugars' Ali. on sale at Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. t9mT9 wr . HWAN HERBS Dakota J'.ck's Home Addressi Atlanta, Ga. T'''' ' IHHk nnmi !2J3Sf ? S&arJ in M'i - 'Nir wwyriruii .. BTilTilTilTiTBVBIHU ""7il i. 4' ."'t.. uy ' P rC' Jus Arnvt '" " ir of Boyd county, which is just ncross the Big Sandy River from the Sahara of West Virginia, and whose towns of Ashland and Catlcttsburg have been doing a land office business, furnish ing the population of Huntington nnd other municipalities with spiritual consolation, will hold a local option election on June 28, nnd the result of it will be watched with interest. Some wns had in securing the difficulty requisite number of petitioners, nnd it may be that Boyd county is going to brenk the "rule of dry," which has s om prevailed during the dry days of the worth that to me. The anticipation of V' I by post. Wonderful Remedy. ?o taking the next dose of Tanlac is a, druggists ever)wlicrc iiwith d the lea nig xitivc real pleasure." your money will lie Bryan's Commoner lays all the Tanlnc, the remarkable medicine understanding thatquestion or quibble if refunded without blame of Democracy's defeat in the referred to by Mr. Rohrman, is to sue you absolute State of Illinois and Chicago to Rogin Louisville by the per- ON'Il liottlc fails er Sullivan nnd urges the Democrats sonal direction of L. T. Cooper, nnd satisfaction. of that State to cut loose from the Stanford by Penny's Drug Store, leadership of such n man, whose ef- where the famous medicine can now Wesley Simpson, of tne Buckeye 35-- 1 forts are always against progressive be bought. section of Garrard, is the proud fathDemocracy. It looks like Mr. Bryan er of triplets all boys. gives Sullivan too much credit. Other An application for a writ to reThe date of the meeting of the causes helped in the result that he at- Kentucky Press Association at Olym-pi- a strain the holding of a jury trial to tributes solely to Sullivan. Mr. Brychanged from test the sanity of Harry K. Thaw-waSprings has an's course itself might be a contri- June 14 to June been granted and the judge will try 7. buting cause. Frank White, of Chatanooga, was the case nt once. killed by a lion, which he was exhibMiss Anna Bradley, of Chicago, is iting with Sun Bros.' circuh at 01ie ANOTHER LINK WITH ROWLAND living evidence that the worm will Hill. turn sooner or later, if things do not (Rowland Citiient Add Their Praiie. go smoothly in its For eight years Miss Bradley watched and Another link with our neighboring wnited for her lover to fulfill his town of Rowland i provided ir. the promise to marry her, but he came following gratful and generous state not. Unable to stand the suspense iyiaiiI nt n iv ult.L nnlvn rfaulnnt tlioro longer, she brought suit for $10,000 Mr. John T. Harnett, a carpenter, who on breach of premise. What the jury says: will do, can not yet be told, but there "I have used many kidney mediis a general hope that she will get all cine in the past few years, but I she asks and then some. must say that Bonn's Kidney Pills was the only one that gave me relief. favorite John Bunny, general My work calls for heavy lifting anil among the lovers of picture shows, is much stooping. This weakened my h dead. He was a member of the kidneys nnd caused atacks of lumbago company and bore the distincand u severe ache across the small of' being the ugliest man in all tion of my back. I al.--o had other annoyances, motion picturedom. Bunny was only caused by weak kidneys. When Doan's 52 years old but looked much older. Kidney Pills were brought to my no- He had a hard time "making good tice, I got a supply. The relief was' but when he did so, things went prompt. Since then I have been well. smoothly and for years his per diem, I am pleuscd to confirm my former or rather per week, was the largest of endorsement of Doan's Kidney Pills." any of the movie masters. Price SOc, at all dealers. Don't simFor Young and Old ply ask for a kidney remedy get of Tho ncuto agonizing pain Chiropodists in uniform as u nec Doan's Kidney Pills the same that rheumatism is toothed at once Co., essary and honored part of tl:e BritMr. Barnett had. Foster-Milbur- n by Sloan's Liniment. Do not .15-- 1 ish army, are proposed by n London Props., N. V. rub it jienctratcs to tho 6oro marching of Eaper, inspired by the which bonsts a Bjiot, bringing a comfort not rcirimcnt a dreamed of until tried. Get a Here's What You Want n chiropodist among its bottla ttxlay. ranks. This regiment has made the RHEUMATISM hardest practice marches without n The People's Market Place Advcr-Yn- u Hera What Others Syi man dropping out. The reason is the Have to Sell ttse What your Unlmrat hlchly dI "I hne shape the regiment s feet are in. as lho Ix'it rrniily lor rbrunmtUmlirtr turd, lkfiira usinz U I rprnt lign um Graduating Presents at Mueller's of tuoopy trying to get rt It f of lho miny Billy Sunday says the newspapers aod jmins iu Iimtift anil body, so I trira Jewelry Store, Stanford. are liars and many of them should your immrnt tth lntrrrialnnd external and I (otmd quUk rthef, and now am not be permitted to enter cither the II and drone ninln " Curli. tti mails or the homo of decent individuI HAVE one business ..ouse and S. tilth 61 , prinvitM, III. als or the mails of the country. Thus one eottuge of eight rooms and two Here's Proof speaks a man wli.i owe the newstown lots fur sale, all on Lancaster "I i"h to writs and till jou about a papers more than any man in tho f&lll hiiddownfourtcs.niti (i, and bruited UCUt htrcet. Mrs. W. A. Carson. my neck and hip vi ry bud. I could not bjen ioi them country, foi had f not In p ut nIL I "nt my wile for a -- 3 rent would never have been beyond tho he bottle of i our Unimtut on J in two days' Milch cow nnd young FOR SALE. ijharltt timo I wh on my fcit again confines of his county. . 11 It, I3ii) 1 1 'Taint Ait , bl Lauu. .Uo. cnlf. Cow an excellent milker. II. Higney, Hustonville, Ky. Seven of the ten prisoners In the Maysville jail got religion and had to have their sins washed awav immedi FOR SALE Forty yeurling steers, ately. A bath tub was used. The jailer good, young ones, and 10 young cows seems, did not have enough confiit with their tecond calves. A fine lot of dence in their change of heart to let them. Josh Jones, Stanford. a prencher take them to a nearby for neuralgia, sciatica, sprains and stream. I HAVE a new hheep dipping bruitcs. AU OrugiUU, 25c. and aan experienced mun to Lancaster has no telegraph service, operate same. Will clip sheen for 10 Send four cents in stamps for the lines having been cut out. Whea n TRIAL BOTTLE cents u head. R. K. Pepples, .Stanf- certain wag in Stanford was told this 34-J- p ford. Phone 11 F. CO. Dr.. Earl S. Sloan. Inc. he remarked, that Turnersvillo was in Philadelphia, Pa. Dept. B. tM same box. Hut of course wo h STRAYED OR STOLEN A uld not see the point. bronze gobbler. Missing fincu Monday. Any information will be appreciated. Mrs. A. J. Gooch, Stan35-- 1 ford. The Rexall Antiseptic Tooth Powder will remove the tartar from your teeth and make them white and antiteptically clean. The uie of this daintily perfumed powder will eliminate disease breeding germs. Strengthen the gums and make the mouth and breath sweet and clean. Your money back if not satisfactory. ZSc a can Sold Only By Us Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. THE REXALL STORE "" '' THE MOST ATTRACTIVE LINE OF SILKS, CREPES, CREPE DECHENE, SILK AND WOOL s POPLINS. IN CRAB SHOES AND OXFORDS, SILK HOSE EVER SHOWN ORCHARD. COME TO SEE FOR YOURSELF, i j I life-tim- e. L. L. SANDERS. Crab Orchard, Ky. ,' ' T. D. NEWLAND Opposite the Court-House, Vita-grap- , Wants to Sell You a W. J. Oliver Plow. A Plow that is O. K, Also Your Good Fresh Garden Seed. Rheumatism well-know- Go To Farris' For Your ., s 1 ''. Garden Tools and Seeds.... STRAW HATS. ' Great Variefy And Prices Right. V SLOANS LINIMENT UO-t- f. ma-"hl- mam-mont- m CsVcrlook . tm 4. '!. ' LaiWh ia a gawaatasT 'I. n KaA.A.J "' T jMr.'.jim ' Straw Hats for Young and Old, from 10c to $2.50. W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard ------ s i HKfWl ,, . MSB, aM'flkdttfl Owner: ; A bath room a necessity and a lux ou'pWd one anH we're prepared to sup uqr., ply yltfiihprt 4ffc- - Prjct very reaspna bl and orkirwMil,irUrpeed. See ut ", isr-bot- h -- TRUSTEES who want u first-clas- s, experienced teacher should phone Mibs Fannio Young at Highland or wiite her at Wuynesburg, R. F. D. No. 1. Will she reference If 31-wanted. DR. J. G. CARPENTER Office tn Lincoln Cxunty National Bank Kentucky J. C. M'Clary J. L. Beazley & Co., ;ndAletA U8 , quafyou ! gjjgjjj raw yK&n ii ft' w 'Vi"HP"w . rwsm I'll "aL ., ., Wm ImmMMsfA dtcAnei.a a4a iiiiiawiiI vaaIuI .mill oerMulUtiqns. Eyes skillfully aurigtt-y- , Kmm scientifically presciu- , Building Kyi), nose, throat, car, Gen- - t J0.jm wlHKa rcsPRsBii AND TvisTYlJjr UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Matting, Ruqs. FurniFurniture ture Exchange fer all Kind. aiieslSsmMllWsbsU Vjfr. "iWhVP II ' li'-- r I ' ' 1 MICE WEN1JIST t'flf ,k w$ . ,'im '?V it! Vflk lrTAKER 4WM."Mi. EMIALMEfi 1 ; of stMk. KENTUCKY. PHONE 42 STANFORD. KY. m.a? t 't r s ... v.fi 'EvMNtfk'lftMflHX ''IPHIlJMHiMiimiiii in.V 8 Pages Today Established I860. 56th Year. No. 35 The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, April 30, 1915 LATEST WAR NEWS Although sprlnp; hns failed to brinjr tho "hip effort" of the Allies ftKitinst the Ocrmnn line in France nnil Helium, it has furnished three of the most desperate cngngc-ment- s of the war. The first wns nt Nueve Chapcllc, tfheie in three days' fiRhtinir, the combined losses numbered 30,000 or more, with victory resting on the Hritlsh nrms. The second occurred to the southeast of ipres, when the Hritlsh enptured the jfnpnrtBnt strategic point known an Hill No. (iO. Then, bringinc; up heavy the Germans began an attack around Ypres, which is described as one of the fiercest of the war. This movement was partly In the nnture of a surprise nnti resulted in pushing back tho allied lines for a considerable distance, estimated in some quarters as several miles. German newspapers still insist that the German fleet has been cruising In the North Sea. According to these published reports, the Germans fleet has been "vainly sppking the Uritish fleet." The German commander of n steamer which is said to have met the German fleet a week ntrn off f nil. goland declnres that the Germans have only one desire to engage the il 3 SECOND SECTION Tuesdays and Fridays i mm wMM tit' "IsifeV VTrW'' ff'fA It The lender Car' " YJ wZ5ak $1 I xm CI M 3 to the war remains as it has from the beginning one of "armed and watchful neutrality." There is much talk of negotiations lookinir to en Anstrn. Italian agreement, but so far as is known no tangible results have been reached. The socialists favor neutrality, and it is reported that one faction of the Socialists is planning to bring about n general strike should mobilization of the army be ordered. 4ion.l Alrt owuiis ui A.l unrnnnniIff pq nit; Ci !a inu la and opened fire on the Turkish trenches of the Gallipoli Peninsula, and came under fire of a Turkish battery on the Asiatic shore. Three M M 1 The position of Italy with respect The Uritish battleship Triumph en- - llVBHviB Ira liu Ui slHHHakA Kim 'v f If'SfSPW ! . hi ii?f fflltra ? shells struck the ship, doing little damage, i Submarine activity continues, the undersea craft of the German navy whittling tlown the British merchant craft gradually, at the rate of one, two or more a day. Occasionally a neutral ship goes to the bottom, but solved once in the mnin the German system is getfor ell bv Calumet. ting results that are mounting up to nstonishing figures since the blockade For dally use In millions of kitchens has roved that Cnlumet h highest not only In was started three or four weeks ago. A submarine is rammed or sunk now quality but in Itavtuuif pmvtr us well results imruto tliocxtrcme and and then by destroyers, but the build- wonderfully economical in use. Ask your ing of more by tho German navy grocer. And try Calumet next bake day. yards is probably replacing these as fast as they are lost. Experienced Received Highest Awards crews for their handling is the hnrd-eproposition in tho replacing of those put out of the war. England, on W.tld'. Part fo!LipAittioa, TM" a. the other hand, is dovnting most of CIkii., III. Pari. her building energy to battleships of Ma, Eipmi. A!''VDe rrtaca, one class or another, and there is no H.rck. room in the shipyards for the build- 1112. ing of merchant and passenger craft. 'TRUST Submarine nets for the catching of the pestiferous undersea boats of England, and the catching of one submarine off Dover is already teported by a Paris cot respondent. &il,SO.lY ftm st " 3 You can own an exact duplicate of "Wild Bill" Turner s or Billy Carlson's record-breakin- g Maxwells Remember, every 1915 Maxvell is an exact duplicate of the regular stock Maxwell Touring Car 3 in which "Wild Bill" Turner broke the world's record up Mt. Hamilton, 21 & tsttiez in 48 minutes, beating the world's record by 16 minutes, and "Billy" Carlson broke the world's record up Mt. Think of owninsr one of these srr Mnvwc-.vtai- ir ? rJ.;rr ? 1.A.. . ..,- -. ind ot roads-- up any ldna of hills, wherever four wheels can go, the same car for $695. That's the kind of vmi get when you get a MaxwelL Now about speed ar.d endurance here arc some recent Maxwell Racing Car records : Barney Oldficld in a Maxwell Racp ing Car broke the vcvld's record at Corcna, California, for 300 milc3, averncrjig S6.S miles per hour. Think of it not a stop snuib! 1 hen, right on rep of tins marvel- ous motor record, sJrjnr; came "Bil.v" h:l-c!nl-2 non-sto- Wilson, California, making nine miles (up an elevation of 6,000 feet) iu 29 minutes and 1 second, beating the pre vious world s record by 16 minutes. But. aside from facts about Maxwell hill-climbi- nn and sneerL nnww comfort,-Maxw- stnA ell special features Ti inpc -- Carlson in his Maxwell Racer and made still another 300 miles non-sto- p record in the San Diego race. Again a Maxwell Racer ran 300 miles without a stop! These Maxwell Racing Cars are built by the same Designers, the same Chief Engineer, that build the regular Maxwell Cars; and the same Maxwell Laboratory Tested Steel is used in them that is used in the regular stocss maxwell louring Cars. i v&vAe i Maxwell beauty and Maxwell service. re-l- k. your Swamp-Roo- t with the most remarkable results. For years I was almost a wreck and was a great sufferer. I was so bad at times I would faint away and had sinking spells. Finally a new doctor was called in and he said that I had kidney tiuuble and gave me medicine, of which I took several bottles. I obtained some relief from this but I was getting weaker all the inu ; I could not sleep and suffered so much pain that my husband nnd children had to. lift me in and out of bed. After this time two frienda sent me word to try Swamp- ivuui, which i uiu. anu i am giau to state that the first dose gave me great relief. After taking the third dose I was helped into bed and slept half of the night. I took several bottles of Swamp-Roand I feel that I owe my life to this wonderful remedy. The two family doctors said that I could not live three months. I would have to be helped in and out of the bed ten to twenty times eery night. After taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rofor two days I was entirely free from getting up and could sleep soundly. MRS. D. E. HILEMAN. Tunnelton, W. V. Personally appeared before me, this 11th of September, 1909, Mrs. D. E. Hilcman, who subscribed the above statement and mado oath that th same is true in substance and in fact. JOoEPII KILLER Notary Public. ot ot Who Can Doubt Sworn Teiti- ... r raonjr or noncii Liitzenar Some time nco I lieiran the use of -- LVtBT $wGpawai&j Ta Jot mt mr Ukimf ptwtier. ccoMMucal J rwaUi. I cltap r yn mrt wbcamitUi.WyBaxCtluMt.Mf ea II LWt U It't Ulutt u lir fipcnar la soar anik im ladt. rt wiiUiwi iitm best TO THE PUBLIC. I represent the largest and best clothing house in this country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago 111. My experience in measuring and directing the making of your clothes, .n' mo 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 will get the worth of your money, either in the heapest 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, the Practical Tailotf made-to-ord- S a. Pa HARRY JACOBS Manufacturers and Dealers in High - Class Monuments. Original Deaignt and Prompt Service Guaranteed Quality Connectiona at all Granite and Marble Quarriea. Office and VYorka on Cemetery Hill. Closed on Saturdays 'phone 164 STANFORD t t Read This List of Expensive Features. , pull tht ear rut Attractive Streamline Hod) u tlir," , . Pur ttrramlltiu body: trarftul rrawn frmlera. ha nivliwrn di n ,t cju.iiloi any Kith nil rlvela (Oncoaltil All tin- - xraro, atylo Iwoauin Miir,i worthy u' tbo Matwoll car you wilt and In any of iha iilthnt ether t).o tu bo and "amp" that IJuu'ilc-Slisl- I prlcrd ran Rudhtor with Slioclc Ahorhi:ii Device n A Manetn Tbo Mam ell radiator l of har.Jvom Nearly nil the high priced ears have high temlon Rrrcofully rurynl, and It l bui t M N tioub.o A lilxli mmiK'tu. nuiiiKtu slvr. foiitlv. Tlio Kliuiiii iuukuHo, with tilch the Mac jiroot. It l tbo expensive, iliutm .bell !,;- - and Imltlon Tbo rwllitir li wll l qulil, li mosulied an one of llio bust haa amplto tbo frntuecapkeltv n mptnl by meaa of a b '. uh tuagDvtoa inuile njiblin devlrw on nacli iUi. whl !i rullm tbtv radiator of all Iwl U anj dutortu'ia ih fraoio, Left Si Jo Drive Central Cun'rol oauaed by rouilinvi of tbo i.d Tba ahovk Left aide t'er with elilftliiR lner In ccnVr dev i"e uImi mlnluiUoa tbo puyibduy ijt of driving compartment outer cuntrul h.n Un radlutor leuki. by HuilIng luakrra of ritiilvu autonio-hlltThe Koomy Full BoJy a tlie alp-- t and rut ciinituitukl. for tlia driver llvt It why Hit Maxwell h It Tbo AJjustablj Front Scut It u ay to drive and control that a itillil The 1B15 swell ban n full urown can UaiiJIo It, body Th front arat la aJutablu, you can uiuvo Three-SpeeIt thira liicb.-- forward or ird Sliding Gear Tranimuiion IbU inakea the rar rrully romfoitable for tbo drlv r No All tilth prlctd cvra have a alMlnir K'ar trana cramped Ikh for tall pioulo or la lo.tly to make, but It U the beat. learblnx for ahort people It nla.lou Mo.t drlvcra' ueau ars lldlog If th motor haa lb lower, Iliftli-Tcntiod.-l- The 1915 Maxwell Has These Features And Many Others. of nny rauJ or naml. Th Mix'l Low on rld'rs nuillllc' of the Matwelt, " C.trburctor ' . olnt.vu ,i i an it k .ir truiuai i oi iho tuts Maxwell "Up-kecp- tiiln Mat-we- ll 111 d ba-k- w Ktura will mado to lit anyone u flt no one. s One Size ol Tire on Rear The Maxwell car U oao of tho eailett car In tho Irreversible Steering (Jear world on tile. Maxwell ownera carry but ouo IMiv llr and but oni tl. of apuro tubea EconomTit tnirmttit margin of eafe'y lias lot 3i Iniu x around. flu atawlBk est of tli. 1 15 Jt'iv.ve!!. ical(asi'JUi nulid.li. of ioh tlria aro uacd all aupplled tire, are Ma: wll Irrovvralbld i.tMrla TJio lUHhumaa. la un rear vvbjvla. or lh Ivj and it itno ifu fvtry ubvr tyr I.e. in many oirtr A Deper.dablo Rlcctrio Starter vJ'uiiui.'ni . At in tlr.o U uoro tk n n tli tLHrtb u.' tb0 beiiinjt iurfac i.l tba x .,r wlilcU Tor $.3 extra, yuu mn hive your Maxwell - W ben in- - .til. a now g the wi i i in u..if.uipiwd with the famma Slmin-Uuelecaurr.Ki in y be bj I bj u.'.u a ibo gsir q lartw tric turter Thli (tarter U oaitleot, trouble proof of u U.IU. lu tin. I, tlo ti atiwItiK ir end ejjily operated, baa tour t.'xu - ui4i .; tf any other LlaJ. And tbo. Maxwell li nimpletrly equipped from the rioar vi.l.iu, ventilating vvlnjihleid at the front Heavy Csr Comfort I j i "it vpare lire currier at the rear. When you What aurprlioa qj t popl- - It tte smooth buoy- - buy A 'Uiwcll you have nothing extra to buy. boau Ursicd ttto ca'buretir - l en th Mf."r .1 w t c il, toit nid-- r hi an av t t.-- l under e irr uri'iiMj i ,ndi i:n l:, mi.nuy oun t ndu tjil by hundred, of dua!iri and owaen In diiTer.-u- t ilon uf tho countiy luvi Druvwl in en.leniy. ft nukk lejiou-t uud l itrvmoiy low loiuttmit. n of ;i ol r i It haj d 1 thr-in'- Tho pr'n ,i.n-.- i ii It tho aamo ciwtly f Ionic t.'iiib.n .tlnn front uprlng. ind tbo tlir f rurtiT elliptic rear tprfhKa that weight, high priced car. UXX ', nfferj ''eavy every ruo Maxwi'i ,"' you of the high-c- at pried m lvalue at a flfth ta.entlal cot. . of their Anti-SUJ- Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co., oinghamton, Pi. I. For You Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. for a sample sizo bottle. It will convince anyone. You will aUo receive a booklet of valuable information, telling about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, ho sure nnd mention the Stanford Interior Journal. Regular fifty r cent nnd size bottles for 20-- 2 salo at all drug stores. one-dolla- KENTUCKY Prove What Swamp-Roo- t Will Do f di rU "Vvl u. t.-r- INSURE Your Property in the lav.- un-k- iv ," c jr,,.. . Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn.,, dth SALIN & SMITH, Agtiris atanrord, Kentucky ' i1 pro-ir,.- el 1 V antl-akl- d worm-aiu-(,- 'J l iu-a- tM iMa-ln- tt SEED CORN FOR SALE Reid'a Early Yellow Dent. Matures pnrlv. rpnriv tn fonA In August, good for table use and yield well. W. M.JIorton, vice president of tne iNutionni farmers Jluu of Keu- luvny, juuuuicu un one ucre 101 I a bushels which was entered in tho corn contest of IU13 and made the lurgest record for Kentucky in yield. Long' Champion Yellow Dent. This variety was bred and selected by I. S. Long, of Pennsylvunlu and has yieldsd for several years an avjr- .... nirft nt 13!t litlaliala n.ii. oAk corn than is tiiually produced by the uveruge oiu corn generally usu. I grew a crop of it last year and find it oxtrn irnml in Imrh nimlllni anil yield; large uniform cars and abun- uani (ouuer anu maKeti una corn for filling silos. Matures in 100 djtys. -ij-pe Jf . -- t- u 2 The Maxwell Company's Guarantee of Service to Maxwell Owners No other automobile is backed by a more reliable service than that guaranteed every Maxwell owner. PIcro than 2,000 Maxwell dealers in every part of this country are always ready to give expert advice, to make adjustments, and to supply now parts al reasonable prices. This splendid Maxwell dealer service organization is perfected and completed by the chain of Maxwell owned and Maxwell operated Service Branches. Sixteen great Maxwell Service Stations are so located throughout the country that a Maxwell dealer can supply any part for an owner within a few hours if not in his stock. Maxwell Service is ona of the great advantages enjoyed by Maxwell owners. West End Folks who want meats; GROCERIES BREAD, CAR. DEN SEEDS, FRESH VEGE. TARI PsV.nJ !. 1 Arvic-- ..t w,..j nag ";" - "" na.J SPRINO HAT5 !ll f.- -J Lai the at W. H. LAIR'S at price lower than anywhere el Call a ad tea our itock bi yew buy and you will save Baa V ey. --- fesh Order a Maxwell from us now, and when you want it delivered, we wil! give you your car not an excuse on delivery day $695 NBM "EVERY ROAD IS A MAXWELL ROAD" Lincoln ml UKTuc JTA1W fwO CS nna County National Bank Agent H. C. CARPENTER, S.rlc. STANFORD, KENTUCKY , Station, Somerset Street $695 Muonr r.o.. EUCTMC sums $55 mu & wntte corn for Hicknrv Vlncr Tfioiju .. ommended from al) sections for bath quantity of yield and quality. A large uniform nuiu whltn up wlli ,U grain and small cob and matures early anu unusuauy sounu. we were much pleased with the crop grown last year. ? ThU corn pan hn sou nt mo and U offered for mT at farmer' price, . KfclU, ateafeMl. Ky, M-2i-T W. H. LAIR HUSTONVILLE, Caah paM : KY." I. w i ft try Pf4uee. (, far aH kid f Cetatv Nr. ''i v ',fr S? i f IE 5s5f , ,. iiiii bi . ,. jr-- m The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, April 30, 1915 You Can Take a Delightful Vacation at the Expense of the Interior Journal ENTER THE INTERIOR JOURNAL'S BIG TRAVEL TOUR s PRIZE CONTEST yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyJpyyyyyyyMtyy 4MVVVVMfV GLIMPSE OF MARVELS TO BE SEEN AT THE HUGE PANAMA- MMMMMMMf MMHMHMHM- PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION IN SAN FRANCISCO IN 1915 Enter The Big Race Today HtaoMM.ao I Nominate Your LSCVifew V '"iH. :H ""Lt " a jjggfwwwKiyj lit rjg3i ' (jUtT T.Hn ' Favorite I aiMhMMMgjEaSl litifjBBr?'' """VijaJHlDHIKV 'rMCSMkBtmtiiimaiM4iggggggggagTBA sagaggHLi HBttMttarPEHIBuHMHM?,''MIBiBIHB .a jg. tijaPUHbiHiBAF L'SsVsflHtisKaSiaW (gangHLStiiiswL.HLflHsMLflL I'anaina-i'aclfl- l7LnKru '" rljklvir iL. li" g ..A . ! r?rgM: jiHMtv IT Air isisWsssmls .bkBt H iih issM " LtJHL tflsLgfP 3" gg BLsEag'JgzK JBHflnv: mBBK'r' The photograph was taken In Juno. Today Copyright. 1814. by c International Exposition Co. THE TROPICAL SOUTH GARDENS OF THE GREAT PANAMAPACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT SAN FRANCISCO - This panorama reveals some of the brllllnnt architectural phases of the great Exposition which will open on Feb. 50, IBIS. On the left Is the colonial glass dome of the tm.iiitlfnl Palace of Horticulture, rising almost 200 feet anrt more tlian 150 feet In diameter. On the right Is the great Palace of liberal Arts, while still further to the rlfiht may be seen the steel framing of the great Tower of Jewels, which will be 4.TT. feet In height. In the foreground ornamental palms and shrubs from distant corners of the globe hare found a new home In California. To Detroit, Niagara Falls, Toronto and Buffalo, or to ATLANTIC CITY, the Great Summer Resort of the East fered in The Interior Journal's big All these wonderful trips under I The Interior Journal Toura handsomest cities in the world. Leave hotel accommodations, etc, from tho THE BOWMAR WAY 's Everyone Knows the Reputation of Bowmar's Tours for Fulfilling Promises BulHilo t! p. M., on luxurious steam- (time the party leaves Stanford until The Interior Journal especially re- contest will be carried out by the personal direction of Mr. DanTours, Versailles, Ky., whose the return. quests careful consideration of the Mr. Bowmar will be in personal charge and the party will be chaper- er of D. & B. line for trip on years of experience in the manageErie to Detroit a grand feature of Mammoth Cave is located in iel Bowmar, of Versailles and oned by Mrs. Bowmar. tours to the great Panama-Pacifi- c county. Kentucky, about International Exposition at San Fran- ment of Amercan Tours eminently In arranging his Exposition Tours, Mr. Bowmar has had the benefit of the tour. Dinner served on steamer. chaperoned by Mrs. Bowmar. ninety miles south of Louisville. It experience gained from extensive travel in the west, and the further adcisco, California, to Niagara Falls, fits them for arranging and conductSunday, Septembrr 12. vantage of an invaluable acquaintanceship with railroad ollicials, hotel Breakfast on steamer. Arrive De- 'wan first discovered in 1809 nnd iir Detroit, Toronto, Buffalo and to At- ing such tours in a most satisfactory managers and others who make it business of catering to the public. troit 8 A. M. Automobile tour of the the past few years, it has been nn oblantic City, which have been arranged manner. In arranging his tours, Mr. ALSO Bowmar has the experience gained city in afternoon, with trip to Belle ject of interest for thousands of peo-pl- e What Patrons of Bowmar's Tours Say for those desirous of broadening their from extensive travel and the every year. A visit to Mammoth We recall with much pleasure our Yellowstone trip. 1 hope that my Isle, the most beautiful park in thu education It is a known fact that advantage of nvaluable family and I may be able to join you again on your western tour. Hon. world. Party will remain in Detroit .Cave constitutes a unique experience travel is the source of true wisdom, wth railroad officals, hotel in one's search of pleasure und the D. L. Moore, Harrodsburg, Ky. until 10:20 P. M., giving an opporthe great educational factor of the TO Hnve been on two Bowmar trips and both were delightful and per- tunity to see the fine electrical illum- marvelous. From the moment of arworld and the trips which The Inter- managers and others who make a business of catering to the traveling fectly handled. Everything has always been most satisfactory. Erination nt night. Leave in special rival nt the quaint old hostelry, which ior Journal now places within the Dr. sleepers (M. C. Ry. and Big Four). dates so far back toward the begin reach of the people of Lincoln and ad- public. nest B. Bradley, Lexington, Ky. Itinerary Of The Exposition Tour joining counties are well worth strivning oi last century that it is really Mr. Bowmar understands the business and never neglects members of Monday, September 13. his parties. Jas. J. Hayes, Cashier National Bunk of Commerce, Ixuis-villing for. Monday, August 2d. Arrive Cincinnati in time to con- part of the history of the cavern, to Kentucky. The opportunity, which is one of a nect with morning train for Stanford. the Inst bnckwnrti look which is the Wonder Cave of Kentucky. Leave Stanford Monday afternoon given when the top of the ougli Lair, Ky. Mr. Bowmar My trip through Yellowstone Park and the lifetime, should not be passed over for Louisville in time to connect with stairway of rock, at the entrance in ATLANTIC CITY TOURS Jghtly Hundreds of people from all train lea'ing that city about 10 P. M. The biggest and best line of prizes west in your congenial party was most delightful and it will give me pleasreached on the return from the depth, over this part of the state are now ure to recommend the "Bowmar Way" of travel to my friends Your Condensed Itinerary party will leave Louisville in ever offered in a similar newspaper there is continuous surprise, new explanning to attend this great exposi- The ability to always secure the best for your party, your many courtesies standard Pullman sleeping cars, which Ihursdav, July 8th. perience, pleasant memories, not aldetion or to take one of these other and untiring patience make Bowmar Tours ideal. Very sincerely, (Mrs.) Leave Stanford for llllritinetmi U to ban enterprise in this section and all together mixed with regret. The surlightful vacation trips You have un- will be operated throughas St. LouMattie Sprake Barr. Va. Leave Huntington nt The trip as far doubtedly been hoping and wishing Francisco. by the Southern Railway. Words cannot do justice to the Bowmar western trip. (Mis.) W. C. (E. T.l Snecial Stiimliinl 5:25 P. M. roundings are not ery unlike those-whicwill be given FREE to popular is will be Cnra frnm H. Wood, R. D. 4, Lexington, Ky. that you might have a chance to do Huntington through to Atlantic City. possiblethe first visitors saw. It is imTuesday, August 3d. people in Lincoln and adjoining Lexington, Ky., My trip with your party to Atlantic City and New to mention, less possible tt likewise. The time to think of this Friday, July 9lh. Train will arrive at St. Louis at 7 describe, all the objects of interest to York was most delightful. You managed everything admirably. An essplendid vacation is right now, for Arrive Atlantic Citv at .1:00 P. M. visitors in this moat gigantic cavern Read details of the trips pecially attractive feature of your tours is the high class of people who the opportunity to attend is with in 30 A. M. and breakfast will bo served counties. Party will be entertained at The of the world. In no respect has its atin the dining room of the Union Stayour grasp at the present time on ths page, Wiltshire Hotel, Virginia Ave., near tractions failed to meet the expectaThe interior Journal is offering a tion, famous fur its excellent meals. is th mmi tions of the intelligent visitor. .States. Leave (Big Four Route) at Boardwalk. Vircinin Av Week in San Francisco Leavng St. Louis at 9 A. M.. the y tour to the Panama Pacific popular avenue in the city only a A week will be spent in Snn Fran 9 P. M. Ten popular people International Exposition, Two Tours journey will be via the Missour Pa- At 11 o'clock, leave for Denver minute's walk from the Famous and adjoining countiesfrom Lincoln Wednesday, August 25. to Detroit, Niagara Falls, Buffalo nnd cific Railway, which for nearly 100 the Rocky mountain region and capi- cisco. Tickets of admission to the will go to Arrive Lexington before noon. Broadwnlk nnd Slii1 Pior ilm inni. Mammoth Cave as guests of The InTortonto or to Atlantic City and Ten miles follows the beautiful waters of tal of Colorado, arriving there at 1 Exposition will be furnished ami one daVwW,,Lbe iev?tel t0 a,tr'P to the! Leave Lexington Wednesday aftcr-o- f of all attractions. The Wiltshire Hotel terior Journal. Tours to Mammoth Cave, the wonder the Meramac and the mighty Missouri Lunch in dining car en route. Mt. Tama pais, over the crooked-'noo- n and arrive Stanford at 9 P. M., lias every convenience, hot nnd cold cave ol the world. All expenses in river, skirting the foot hills of the Automobiles with competent guides running water in rooms, electric Get the Printed Letters est railway in the world ,(a great. where your many friends will be all trips, as stated in the itinerary, Ozark Mountains and affording scen- will take the party over the city. trip) and to the Muir Woods jnir to greet you nnd hear of the many lights etc. Automobile bus meets all If the candidate so wishes, he or will be paid from the time the party ery of surpassing beauty. Kansas Friday, August 6. trains. she may conduct practically the whole ivtruwuyu ircci, i vi ecu leaves Stanford until its return. Rail- City is reached in daylight (5:30 P. at the I'anumu Leaving Denver at 9 A. M., the par- is also iuo uik un automobile iierc signts you nave seen Exposition, the g Pacific included Prnm lulw Oik cumpuign by mail. The Contest Man l..l. 1I7.I. International road transportaton, Pullman sleeping M.) with a short time to view the new ty will resume its journey westward tour of San Francisco nnd to Worlds Gieatest Pair. One solid week nrAtlantic City, the ager will furnish all candidates, withcar accommodations, automobile trips, Union Station, built at a cost of through the Rockies Ono of the Golden Gate Park and Ocean Boule'premier seashore resort of tho world, out cost, printed letters to mail out carriage drives, side trip excursions, Itinerary Of Niagara Falls Tour world's most eorireous scenic regions vard, with stops at Cliff House nnd Bathing, boating, fishing etc, nnd to their friends. These letters tell hotel accommodations, meals in dinWednesday, August 4. lis that nart of tho Rnrkv Mnimlnlni Seal Rocks. There will be much to Tuesday, September 7 ing cars, transfers of passengers and The morning in Western Kansas ' within the states of Colorado and enjoy every hour of the day. San Leave Stanford on morning train, countless other attractions will be that you have entered the campaign, found baggage, etc. Everything possible reaching Cincinnati by 11 o'clock. (Journal here to interest thu Interior tell about the prizes, price of the paJust before per, etc., wiil be done for the comfort of the and Eastern Colorado. into Pueblo, Utah traversed by the Denver and Francisco's summer temperature is 69 tourists. It will noon the train will pull m0 Gran.de railroad, known as "the degrees, 7 above the winter average. Luncheon at Grand Hotel, Cincinnati long to be remembered. be a vacation ter more in fact, they cover the mattourists so that The Interior Journal the "Pittsburg ot the West." The fully than n personal letter at 11:30 o'clock. Leave Cincinnati line of the world." This roule would do and nt tho same time save tourists will be able to enjoy theso sleepers will be transferred to the i scenic Monday, August 16. in special standard Pullman sleeping Friday, July 16th. is unequuled in the vast wealth of splendid vacations without worries to Denver and Rio Grnnde Railroad and scenic grandeur Leave San Francisco at 7:45 A. M., cars via Big Four route. Interesting Leave Atlantic City Friday after- - vou the trouble in writing letters. to be viewed from annoy them. Contestants manv letters nfter lunch in the diner, the party (the car windows. Tho entrance to for a dnylight ride over the Southern daylight ride through a beautiful sec- noon for Stanford ftnd "Home Sweet as they will may have asnnd mail out will find Pacific Railway Coast Line "the tion of Ohio, passing through Dayton, Home." Think what n delightful vacation will arrive at Colorado Springs at .this wonderland is through the any one of these trips will mean to Railroad fnres, sleepers in both di- them a great help in i caching friend mous Royal Gorge with its great road of a thousand wonders," reach- Springfield, Middletown, Fostoria and .. in other parts you. No one need hesitate about other Automombiles will be waiting to granite walls lifting upward u sheer ing Santa Barbara In the evening be- other cities. Arrive Detroit 8:12 P. rections, hotel accommodations trunfc-'fer- s counties and of thu county, in whom in other states taking one of these trips because they take them about the city, thence over half mile. Then follows in succession fore dinner. Here the party will ston M. Leave Detroit 10:45 P. M., via etc. will be paid by" the Interior they canont lench pemonally Let are not used to travelng. All the the Mesa Drive and through the Gar- - the Canyon of tho Arkansas, Tennes-de- n at the Arlington hotel. .Michigan Central railroad. .Journal. the Contest Malinger know how many winning candidates will go in n careof the Gods to Mnnitou Springs, 'see Pass, Eagle River Canyon, Can-10 Thursday, August 17. Tours to Mammoth Cave . you will need and he will xind tumo Wednesday, September 8. Kenfully selected party, made up of yon of the Grand, liienwood Springs, the foot of Pike's Peak. There will be ten tour to Mam- post paid by leturn mail. The stay in beautiful Santa BarArrive Niagara Falls for breakfast. tucky people and under the personal Four or five hours will be spent at Grand River Valley, Castle and famout old Mis The Temperance House, the most moth Cave the famous Subterra- once and get your friendsStart at of Mr. Daniel M. Bowmar of Manitou. und dinner will bo served Soldier's Summit nnd beautiful Gate. bara will visit to the one pledged direction Utah sion nean Wonder of Kentucky, given to your siippoit. Tell them tliat you constitute of the Versailles nnd chaperoned by Mrs. there at one of tho lending hotels, Valley. At best words are miserable letter" features of the California "red popular hotel in the city, will be the away in the Interior vis headqujiters. Journal's big are in tho contest nnd in to win and At 9:30 A. M.. Bowmar. which to attempt a de- it. Then buck to Colorado Springs to vehicles quaint old interest or park carriage ride through Travel Tour and Prize Contest. Those that you want their votes and subHundreds of people throughout spend the night aboard the Pullman scription withthe matchless beauties of ing The its Spanish town is and kur-deof for houses Prospect Purk and aiouml Goat Isl- who have never visited this famous scriptions. If thov loam that you Kentucky Iihvo taken advantage of sleeper:. this marvelous trip. and the Santa Barbara Mission, and, stopping at intervals to view wonder cave of Kentucky will now really intend to make an nctive camBowmar a Tours (Versailles, Ky.), founded in lvafi. is the best preserved from different points of Mintage, the jhnve an opportunity to do so pract- paign, they will bo glad to help you Thursday, August 5. Saturday, August 7. during the past few years and all exAt 2:30 P. M.. reach Salt Lake of all the California missions. Leav- American Falls, the Canadian or ically without cost, as the Interior nnd you will have no troublu in securThose who desire to make the sunas delighted with pressed themsol rise trip to the summit of Pike's Peak City, Zion of the .Mormons, capital ing Santa Barbara in the afternoon, Horseshoe Falls, etc. No human pun journal win pay all railroad fare und ing votes and subscriptions. Mr. Bowmar's Tours. the "road of The Tours to the Expostion, Niag- 14,110 feet will have the opportunity of Utah and a center of business en- sandournl-- via the continued atothou- can describe Niagara, Los the "Great Waterfall," of the West-cwonderb" is terprises, natural beauty and historic ara Falls and Atlantic City, etc., of-- to do so at a cost of $5.00 extra. Angeles, arriving there at 0:46 P.M. 75,000 EXTRA VOTES FREE continent and one of the venders interest. Here a stop of 24 hours Wednesday-Friday- , " August of tlie world. will be made, the program including On the first three subscriptions you send in before May days will be devoted to Los TUIQ WnMIWATiniM RI AMK" three g Cir.M an automobile tour of 20th. You can Thursday, September 9. before that time 4T Sight-seein- g the city, u visit to the .Mormon taber- - 'ne.les "nd h.a charming environs nt the Falls, a trip to easily get three subscriptionsrace. The Special if you try and it will give you a good start in the big Ky. nude to hear its wonderful organ and The Los Angeles progrum includes n Canadian side und u visit to marvelBallot is only and sen4 it to the Contest Manager, care Interior Journal, Stanford, compsued by an old or new prepaid subscription. Send the good when ac the extrip on Wednesday Printed Scatter nd full instructions will then be sent prospective candi- a trip to the famous resort, Saltair quisite San Gabriel through and the ous plant of Shredded Wheat Biscuit in wiU ur remittance, to be countersigned by the Contest Special Ballot Valley Beach on the Great Salt Lake. Manager. Y dates. ' orange groves to Pasadena, Busch's Company, IrFriday, September 10, Sunday, August 8. Garden's, etc., and on Thursday nn An open observation car will transLeave Salt y City at noon on scenic trolley trip to the the Western Pacnfic Railway, crossing ocean and along the seashore many port party over the Great Gorge route the south end of tho Great Salt Lake miles, visiting ten beach resorts and ono of tho most wonderful scenic At Lewiston. a (11 miles across). At Saldure the eight cities. Friday is left open for trips in the world. GOOD FOR 1,000 VOTES train will be in the center of the members of the party to follow their handsome steamer of the Niagara GOOD FOR 25,000 EXTRA VOTES Navigation Company will be boarded mammoth salt beds, G5 miles long by individual desires. The places of in8 miles wide. terest in and around Los Anceles are for u ride across Lako Ontario to ToI "Viominatsj-PostoffiInThe Interior Journal's Travel Tourand Prize Contest almost innumarable. Leave Los An- ronto, queen city of Canada and the Monday, August D. if JV H all visitors. Automo . The Feather River Canyon, in the geles (Santa Fe Route) Friday night. admiration ofwaiting .... biles will be When accompanied by one prepaid subscription at the Toronto Sierra Nevada Mountains, beginning Saturday, August 21 dock on arrival of steamer at 10:30, at Portola, California, furnishes 120 On truin en route through Califor- to take party for g A a Candidate in the Interior Journal's Travel Tour & Prize Contest tour miles of the most rr.rrvelous scenery nia and Arizona. Contestant of city, to Queen's Puluce, Parliament imaginable a panorama of varied August 22. Sunday buildings, etc. Party will remain in ....... My name Is magnificence. At Oroville, Cal., tho Passing through Arizona und Po,,offi" District No train enters the Sacramento Valley Mexico. Ston at Albuaueraue. N.New Toronto until Friduy morning und M.. will bo entertained at Prince Goorgo get their first view and the travelers Address Special ballot Is good ht 25,000 extra votes for the will be time to visit Har- Hotel. Thursday afternoon's program where there contestant or the region which produces tho vey's Indian museum, which gives un named above f accompanied by either an old or new subscription The name and address of people making nominations will not be to luscious fruits for which California interesting insight into thu customs, will includo visits to Canada's la fires t , The Interior Journal. Wp of divulged. Only a limited number of nominations will be accepted. is world famous. Speeding on, the manners and costumes of tho Indians department store und to the only one nomiCity Hall tower. the It is understood that for each candidate nominated, Each contestant may use three of these ballots but each ballot truin passes through Sacramento, the nation coupon which entitles the candidate so nominated to 1,000 Saturday, September II. must be accompanied by a prepaid subscription for one year or state capital, Stockton and other im- of the Southwest. Monday, August 22. will be accepted by the Contest Manager. votes more. This ballot I. not good until returned to the Contest Manager Return to Niagara Falls by stcanior portant centers. San Francisco is Through Colorado and Kansas. Ar- and Gorge route, leaving Toronto ut for his signature before May 20th. entered at 0:30 P. M., by way of Send all siouiluatlons to rive Kansas 'City 0:45 P. M. M. und arriving Niugifra 7:30 A. Ouklaud and. the Western PitoinVu (N. Y. C. R. It.,) 11:40 A. 31., Falls CONTEST MANAGER Tuesday, August 24. splendid ferry steamers across San Arrive Chicago 7:36 A. M. A day arriving at liulmlo lz:yv noon. L0n Francisco Buy, which affords a deVoid unless signed here by the Contest Manager Care Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky siL'htseeinir In the I cheon at Statler's, followed by ui(to lightful first Impression of the superb for recreation and he Exposition City. second largest city of the United mobile tour of Buffalo, one of Bow-marfur-them Great Panama - Pacific Exposition TEN TRIPS Secure Splendid Vacation Trips to the Mammcth Cave e, 23-da- it::::: wait-scen- ic ( sibht-seein- v $40,-000,00- 0. i I at auto-mobi- s v-- m 18-2- sight-seein- Domination blank c all-da- SPECIALBALLOT .lf..-- . Ft? sight-seein- . - t.A, -- ;. imft ?v The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, April 30, 1915 ST .1 ,,tl DETAILS OF THE INTERIOR JOURNAL'S MAMMOTH TRAVEL T0UR& PRIZE CONTEST r."r!n7i'-hUut"n"!- The Interior Journal i . n liiir Travel nml f. ....... ... rich everybody is Invited to tnke V"V,,K ,c,nm'mltn 1i-i.- r riemiM." wnV iic"i"tiiViricciw.llc,r mu h' hi hi extreme niifUn tiu history of !cmi ,v:.i ism in this section of k'..ntii.L.. i there Ik every reason to believe that .... Kiiiinu .iTi WT'ILL in the nomination blank with your name or that of a friend and bring or send to the Con- Information, Ruin, Etc. The contest open to everyone boys girls test Manager, care Interior Journal, otanrord, Kentucky. .Printed matter and rull instructions men nml women,character,nml residing possessing good within the limits of the territory of Candidates nnd will then be sent the prospective candidates. It costs nothing to enter or try for any of the prizes. the contest. secure subscriptions their Mends may .. . . whiri nn.n nLau wiiiiiw DtLUTf. oena in your nomination at once ana get an eariy start m Dig race rorgiory ana prizes right tofont.t any t' reject Manager rMervc. the candidate niid to in I i J -.- ..-.... -- . -.... ' ' nomination Mnn1.ii, simply the attention and interest of the rireaau of the candidates on a white enure Keciion. ,,, . of pa Mf;n ymjr mm The prizes which have been chosen "''''roM at ,hu hottom and semi to ni the ",,,ll,t Manager of The Interior for this great campaign have been c- - ' lectori with special euro ami The In- - '"l,r""'' Names of those making r Journal feels in of filing theu '""t""M Wl" ""' ,"1 Hvnlgiil under valuable nwarris to the popular ami ""y l'i''cumstance. people of tins section, that The Priiet. it is giving jirues that are worth their The prir.es to lie uwarded in the very noi eiiorts. .interior Journals llig Travel Tour i tun U ""', 'rhv t'onloHt, without a .loubt. VV' iIimIii lTfr').V.',U,f ,;Xch,,l,B B,Vn m7,,y the greatest list ever offered in a " J ' "I tui.lfj of the Interior .louri.nl.." The milr newspaper enterprise in thu 'state. Not content wall giving .value v.'n r contest is not a somoih iin..r,ir.,w,ti, :....., i.. .1!! . r. tillis . ii ininr. . . mir nrni'inn. ill inr . it i .u.i .. .!.. '" i " n generous iieveiopeii .lournai "" in "y streak and decided ,".,; ' .1 ' 1.,,.,U,,r, to do something sense .rl''.ia'r word. is a business really handsome for thu benefit of ' I lie Us rem simile. "V'':":""""of. I" its 11m fr i.m i,,.,l ulUisliers nilInterior Journal 'lv nrove n littb. ...nuitinn. mM,.i, ... ,.,.. f..1l IllVe L'Olle to tills Lllllt i.Ytu.io.. .1...-...l ...: 1U111B the,, valuable prues in or. er to u .iK one before many weeks have 1.. III .llirf.,Mft, llii. f.imilnll..n ..r Tl... Ill- - . ... ...v ....,.,,,,, , 1(.'(1. terlor .lournai, extensive-- 1 tu sect,,," n ly throuuhout this 'St1,CV,,",isl8 " , a "-J- uy make Tour', ' h:x' it no;.me Msitor in eery home in position under he personal d.ivction thj' field it covers. .Mr DanitI .M. llowmar, of Vcr- of . . imu'i our anil I'rize inn. .sanies. t v.. or neauiiiui i.c nml mnnn exper-- 1 ' oe purcnaseii irom Hamilton nml i " I'liiiiiieu Hioiiir lines unit 01 mis city, two tours to lence nan snown anoril everyone an eun! opportunity for win-'aFalls, Detroit, Ilulfulo and Toron-nini- r. The rules hikI conditions are em-'tor two Tours to Atlantic City, the Innntly fair to all. The mnnnifunent premier seashore report of the world, of the contest will be in hands that and ten Trips to .Mammoth Cave, the cannot have the slightest reason for Kreat Wonder Cavern of thu world, favoring one candidate aboxo another. Without a doubt, this is the greatest The judge will be well known busi- - list of prizes ever otroreri in a similar ne man who have not the slightest newspaper enterprise in t'lis section interest in any candidate. of the state. No restrictions are maile as to who Mow Prize, Will He Awardrd may compete for the prises to lie ' There will 111 prizes awarded in awarded exiept they must lie white The Interior be big Travel Journal's peixins of goori rlmrnrter. The Inter Tour and Prize Contest nnd at least ior journal insirtu mrtirtilarly on six prizes will be uwarded to, each till Inst qiuilif ication as the contest t one that people of refinement can district. The territory of the contest is divided into two districts nnd con enter with dignity. testants need nnlv comnetc nirainst The method of nonrnntion and Not- - those In their own district for any of ing, how prizes will bo distributed, the district prizes. Under this of districts, ttc, are explain- - eral airnngement, all candidates have ed on this page. Head it through care- - an eiual chance and .t makes the fully and then enter youi name or prizeb very easy to win. that of a friend at once )i this to- The Capital Prue riay nnd get an early start .1: the big The contestant securing the grci-nr- e race for glory and prizes. T he prizes worth many tinuis thj f forts to est number of votes in the entire them. The brief description test will be given the choice between given here will mure thin convince 'a 'J3dny Tour to the Pannmn-Pacilyou of that. All the prizes htc offer- - International Imposition at San Prunri ed under the most libcr.il conditions Cisco, California, or n beautiful you can win one of them with land Pinno to be purchased from Hamilton & Smith. Thus n candidate n very little effort if you try. You do not have to bo n subscriber u,h" annot take the trip, may have in order to win one of these valuable thc l.lnnil Piano or if the winning prizes. The contest will ti k very lit- - tf "ndidate wishes, he or she may take tie of your stmio time am: it will not M,c sl'l,",l tr,P to ""' Krcilt KPi-intertorwith yii r sclii'ol, employ- - t'on. meat 01 home Li... A person with th- The Di,lrleX Prixe, aveniX'' ni'int er hi ac i.iiiiiiti.nccs lias ll'nst.. c'i.,111. ni unMic in1 . Th" w,' Pnl jiist as this enmnairn. It - ill not cost vou iBvcii to each of the two districts and the district prizes will be awarded as one cent to enei- or tr., for thu Opportunity" to follows: prizes. ihn is ' District No. I win a Tour to the Panama Kxpnsi- tion or a beautiful Piano or one of First Prize Choice between a trip the many valuable prizes. Make 11 to Niagara Falls, Detroit, HutTalo and start today by sending in your nomi-- 1 Toronto, or a Trip to Atluntic City. nation. Write the Contest Manager Secoll(1 irixeA Trip to Mammoth care The Interior Journal, Stanford, V,,,.,, .l y Niyiui; ytiu mibii i mum- - .m v Third Prize -- A Trip to Mammoth tivc racu nnd he will semi you prii.ua Cae. matter and full instructions ror conFourth Prize-Cav- A Trip to Mu im ducting your campaign". Do this today and get an early start in " i .ace. A Trip to Man m J Fifth Who Is Eligible person married or sinAny (white) Sxth Prize A Trip to Mammoth gle, o'f good repute, residing in this Jave. section of the state is eligible to parDistrict No 2. ticipate in the big Travel Tour and Choice between n Trip Prize Contest. It is not necessary to to First Prize Niagara Falls, Detroit, Iiuflalo and be a subscriber of The Interior 'our-n- Toronto or a Trip to Atlantic City. in order to enter. Second Prize A Trip tD Mammoth Cave. How To Enter. Third Prize A Trip to Mammoth In order to enter the context, r 11 that is necessar) is to el'ii, fill in the Cue. found in tno paper nomination blnnk Fouith Prizi. A Trip to .VTamii ' with your name or that of a friend Ci ve. nnd bring, mail or send to the conFifth Prize A Trip to Jlrran test manager of the Interior Jqurnnl. Cnve. Printed matter and full instructions lixth Prize A Trip to Jlrmir .j e can- will then be sent the pios "k Cave. riidates as they desire, h o ruinv-terie' l.yul.V,wV,l,'8K';"lfi.,f.tu",cr,,'l!,0 "'"lnl The Capital Prize THE FAMOUS ," . - 11 ir Leland Piano Made by Lyon & Healy, Chicago race the management offejs this Write your name and address on the nomination blank and fiend it in at once. Printed mnttcr and full instructions will then be sent nnd you will be able to get nn early stcrt in Hit: I.Ik line. Then occ your friends nnd acquaintance nt once before they arc approached by some other candidate. The hardest nart of a camnuicn of this kind is, to get started but after you do and your friends learn that you intend to make an active race they will be glad to help you nnd you will have no trouble in securing votes nnd subscriptions. Friends Will Help You. To those who intend mifking pass nnnl judgment on any question which may arise. Candidates con pete only ngalnst the the contestants livi- - m the same dis- - "'i " 1. ,,. y X 1 iic-iii- 1 Niaf;-teriti- K o ' Sold By con-secu- re i; The 23-DAY Hamilton-Smit- h Stanford, Kentucky Music Co. I.e-nn- o The contestant securing the greatest number of votes in the entire contest will be given the choice between the Leland Piano or a TOUR TO THE PANAMA-PACIFIEXPOSITION C 11 vs. j Leland Piano Now On Display at Interior Journal Office. CALL AND SEE IT .1 -- -- WHEN A QUARTER OF A MILLION OF PEOPLE INAUGURATED THE VAST PANAMA-PACIFIINTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT SAN FRANCISCO C nl i prizes. The Contest Mnn igcr reserves the right to make nny changes or alterations in the rules nnd conditions that may be necessary to the best interests of the contest. No promise, or agreement, cither written or verbal, made by agents, solicitors or representatives other than those published in The Interior Journal will bo recognized. The rules and conditions given hero nrc to govern the contest of The Interior Journal and all candidates entering the contest agrco to be governExpert Help for Contestants ed as here set forth. I The Interior Journal has arranged Should there not be sufficient inwith the W. C. Potts Contest terest shown in nny ono district, it of Grand Kapids, Mich., for the may, at the discretion of the Contest services of an experienced Contest Mnnnirnr. bn merip.l iviiVi f h ntlim. Manager who will be in charge during district, and candidates from said e entire time the contest is in prog- - trict added to the one with which it ess.ne win assist tnose wno wisn 'is merced. " to try for the prizes, map out their further notice campaigns for them and show them wilUntil allowed to poll no contestant be more than a how their cirorts will produce the best sufficient number of results, explain all the details of the Iheir standing 10,000 votes to place contest and will be ready at all times vance of the leader of votes in adthe preceding to assist and adivse the candidates regarding their campaign. This com issue. No member of tne office force of pany, which is one of the oldest and most reliable in the business, has con- The Interior Journal or any member ducted many campaigns in Kentucky, of their families will be allowed to en- West Virginia. 'Tennessee and other ter the contest. No votes will be sold for money or states and is highly recommended. This is the second campaign they have other consideration but must be for The Interior Journal ed from The Interior Journal or nnd in the Inst one they gave all on subscription. No vote testanta courteous and impartial ballots issued on subscription unless treatment and concluded a fair and 'accompanied by cash and for no less square contest in every way. Con- - than a year's subscription. ""v testants and their friends are invited A ballot box for voteo nnd to call at the office of The Interior tion has been plnced in the oflice of Journal and learn further details of The Interior Journal or the votes may the mammoth Travel Tour and Prize be mailed direct to the Contest Man- coniesi. jnger. Fair to All Votes are positively not transfera ble Interior Journal at the outset, ible. They cannot bo bought, but nledires absolutely cood faith and must be dinned from the naDer or fairness to the 'popular and energetic secured on subscriptions. people who will soon be engaged in Three business men will be selected No papers will be as judges and they will have exclusive the campaign. sold for the coupons and under no control of the ballot box on tho last circumstances can votes be secured day of voting and after a canvass of except by subscription to The Interior the votes, declare the winners. The Journal. decision of the. board of judges will Every person entered has art equal' be final and will admit of no apopportunity. Votes cannot be bought peal. they must be clipped from the pa Contestants tho per or secured on subscription. Act- district in whichmust enter from conthey live. ive efforts on the part of candidates test manager to decide any The question entered and their friends will make regarding the proper districting of them successful. A fair and square candidates. Candidates moving from deal to all is guaranteed. one district to another after they have been nominated will be retainGet An Early Start ed from The contest will last but a few inated. the district n wheh first nomweeks so it is advisable that all prosNominations may be made at any pective candidates send for the printed matter and instructions and get time during the contest. The Contest started in the big race at once. Manager reserves the right to reject Those who do so will have the ad- any nomination or application at his vantage over the other contestants discretion. who start later for they wll be enIf there is anvthinir rceardinir tho abled to get their friends pledged 1o contest that it not fully understood their support before the other can- by prospective candidates or their didates begin to awaken to their op- friends, they nre invited to call ut portunity. the contest department of The InThey say that "opportunity" comos terior Journal or write the Contest but once to everyone and this may Manager and the matter will be exbe "your opportunity." Don't let plained in detail. Dame Fortune knock too long at your A person who is not taking padoor but get up and invite her in. per at the start of the contest theconis Take the first step today sign the sidered a new subscriber. Should he nomination blank and send it to desire to increase his subscription the Contest Manager, carp The In- lated on in the contest, the future terior Journal, Stanford. Ky. Print- payments will be considered new also. ed matter and full instructions will An is then be sent the prospective, candi- taking old subscriber the one who is the paper at start of the dates. contest. Subscription Anywhere Get Where a paper is changed from one Contestants are allowed to secure member of the family...to r. another,.. it 1. .. .1 In ..1 n ....... nn uu nl.l I. .. subscriptions from anyone, anywhere ia tiusscu us n um ususcnuer uiiu in the postal union They nre not con- votes will be issued on same as such. fined to their own district in securing Address ail nominations, votes, subscriptions. Start at once and get subscriptions and communications to your friends und acquaintances nil the Contest Mnnager, care The Inpledged to your support. terior Journal, Stanford. KentucKy. Com-panv, ' dis-th- trict as themselves for the district J i-3 y m . 7j. jU. "& Portal In South Wall of Palace of Education, Panama-Pacifi- c Exposition. San Francisco. 1915 h Entrance to Palace at Panama Pacific Exposition at San Francisco In 1915 a Vast L t ' atata'.. sjjpjpji 'ysti-H - !SH Office of the Conteit Manager. The Contest Department of The Interior Journal and the office of the Content Manager is located nt the Inprospective terior Journal office contestants nnd their iriends are invited to call and learn tho, details of the mammoth Prize Contest. a-- HkaABaH ? 111 HE A4 far the best and quickest method of securing votes is to get your friends und acquaintances to subscribe for or J t i v.v renew their subscription to The InrriiA terior Journal. Votes are given on New. new subscriptions and on back sub. Subscriptions Co. scriptions and renewals, according to Years 19N. by I'anaina.I'ftclflo International Exposition CopyrlBbU the length of the subscription as ex- 10 yeara .42,000 votes 8 yeurs. . 32,400 votes ntiotopntph shows the great western portnl or entrance way of plained in another section of this an5 years. .10,800 votes. huge Puluce of Food Products. The half dome U known hs the nouncement. 4 years. ...15,000 votes. Dome of Vigor und Is 113 feet iu height. Ilrllllant. riotous colors How Vote Are Secured. 3 years. 11,400 votes are employed In the tnosnlc Iu the vault of the half dome, which win, . 7,200 2 years. votes With every subscription to The Indesigned by Jules Guerlu. Americas most celebrated deeorutlve artist. 1 year 3,400 votes tel or Journal (when it is asked for) . How Decided. The persons to bhare in the distribution of the prizes will bo decided by the populur vote of the people. In each issue of The Interior Journal there will be published a coupon good for GO votes for the person whoho name is signed thereon. Hut by number of votes, according to the length of the subscription. Subscriptions should be sent, brought or mulled direct to the Contest Manager, who will issue the vote ballots nnd send them back to the candidate. These ballots may be held ns long as desired and voted at uny time up to the lust day of tho contest. Candidates and their friends should also clip the coupon which appear in each issue of the paper as they are good for SO votes for the contestant whose name appears thereon. Schedule of Volet. Votes ore given on baik subscriptions, renewals and new subscriptions to The Interior Journal as Price $10.00 8.00 6.00 . 4.00 3,00 2.00 1.Q0 is given a ballot good for a certain TITI8 Hack Subscriptions Price Years and Renewal 10 years 18,000 votes $10.00 8 years. 8.00 14,200 votes 6 years 5.00 8,500 votes 1.00 . 0,400 4 years votes 3.00 3 years 4,800 votes 2.00 2 years 3,200 votes 1 year 1.00 . 1,200 votes Diviiion of District. The territory of the contest will be divided into two districts und there be will six prizes ut least uwarded to each district. Contestants are not confined to their own district in securing subscriptions but m" them from anyone, nnywhero in tho postal union. Tho districts are us follows: District No. 1. Includes all of Lincoln county. District No. 2 Includes the 'erri- tory outside of Lincoln county. If, ut uny time during the Urst three weeks it is found that a more equal division can be marie of the contest territory, the Contest Man ager reserves the right to change (he dividing lines of the districts. VfusjH .flaaaj '' . WH- . ul 3 Copyright. 19M, by Panama.. Pa&JHo W liiteru-tlon- EzpoaitHHatSo. v ' J I . ir ' V IIH doorway sltfWir-ono of the lesser portals of tbla palace asd overlooks the South Gardens and tho outbern end of the FlnVrta Lagoon. In Influence the portal U early Italian renaissance. Th twisted fluted Itomau columns have been given an eastern flavor by the application of contrasting colurs In alternation, applied under the direcover tion of Jules Giierln, director or color of the Exposition. The portal thirty feet In height The outer wall of the palace U slxtr-flvfeet hUo. T I 'A V' sS -n 1 o ' .mt4J& y3 J .,., t.pC. .. T I - ., " 3901 i. r A' t g The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Almont Dare A. S. H.V. 3228 Sired by Diftnlty Dare 1192. he by Chester Dare 10 ho by Hlnck Squirrel 68, ho by Klnp Willinm 07; 1st dnm Toxnwny 4658. nlo registered in Vol. 10. A. S. If. K. she by Abdallnh Mnmbrino 3715. ho by Almont 33; 2nd dam Lady Davis, by Crit Davis, by Houibon Chief; 3rd dam, Mnttie S., by Foreign Llplit, by Foreigner, by Imported Glenco' 4th dam Hcttic C. by CunnlnRham's Coppcrbottom. Friday, April 30, 1915 n, v You Can Buy Cheaper At T 1 .rl j?j Busy Cash Store. Matting , Now U the Matting Season 22c per yard 25c values, it 18e per yard 20c values, at Gents Furnishings Palm Deach Suits, $7.50 values $1.00 Dreit Shirts, $ .50 Work Shirts, 10c values, at at at $6.50 .95 .45 Ginghams at 9!ic Aprons Large Bungalow Aprons, large 45c site, at Lyons' Busy Cash Store. . J. W. Taylor, Manager. NOTE Almont Dare's colta from pradc marcs' brinjr as hlsh as $300 nt weanlings to $500 and $1000 nt three to four years; $600 wns offered for his dam nt 2 years old and $400 for his 2nd dam when horses were cheap. One full brother sold for $3,600 nnd another reported sold for Jl.GOo, nnd one sister, Toxy Daro offered $1,500 for. Ills 3rd dnm could rack ns fast ns n pood horse could run under whip nnd spur. He is n pretty bny 10 hands nnd weighs around 1200 pounds. Goes 6 distinct suits nil good itnd fast. Pretty good breeding, don't you think so? Sotton 1013 nt my stable. 2 2 miles from Hustonville, on Liberty Pike nt $10 to Insure n live colt. Monty iIjc when colt is fonlcd, mure parted villi or bred elsewhere. Crass nt $2 per month nnd nil stock will have my personal nttention, but will not be responsible for accidents. Correspondence nnd inspection slnnd my big mule and Jct.net Jack on same terms. S. T. POWELL, Hustonville, Ky. V ill ult-- Next to Postoffice, Stanford.jKy. Ik ' W IV BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSaH BaBBBBL Laaaaaai LaBBBB LMBaaM BBBaaU LaaaVal. WffV Registered Chestnut stallion, star and snip, foaled May 14, 1012. Sired by Hex Peavin6 1790, by Rex McDonald 833, by Rex Denmark 840. First dnm IlourbonLste 9207, (full sister to Bourbon's Best) by Bourbon Chief 970, by Hnrnson Chief 1C06, by Clark Chief 89 (Sims 89), Second dnm, the Madison Square Garden champion, Judy Oliver 6407, bv Red Cloud 2197, Indian Chief 1718. Third dam by Wilson's King 2197, Fourth dam, daughter of Sim's Clark Chief 2575. This colt is deserving of careful consideration to the breeders pf sad-di- e mares, coming from n family of show horses, and a show horse himself, having defeated such colts as Richard Couer De Leon, which sold for S 1,500 nnd other good ones. Will stnnd nt S15 to insure a living colt. It would be judicious to take advantage of this low price, for the chances are that his fee will be high er next season. Remember that the best horses are the best bred ones. Be sure and take a look at him next Monday, horse show and court day. Will make the season to a limited number of approved marcs nt Nun- nelley's stock yards. Stanford. Grass at 10c per day. Feed at cost ROWLAND PEAVINE, C. L. Dudderar Stanford, Kentucky ALL PEA VINE 4092 ' & ; -, ' a Lucy Wells 6404, by Peavine 85 Champion Sire of World at Eight Years All 'Peavine needs no introduction to the people of Kentucky. I have won more big events with his produce than any other firm or individual in Kentucky. He sjrecL the champion colt and stallion at the Kentucky State, Fair 1914. Champions from the youngest to the oldest of his produce. I have sold six of his colts and fillies 'from fifteen to two months old for an aggregate sum of $3,455. FEE $25.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Rex Peavine 1796 three-year-old SHIEK ".- - - JL"' i n V I ' - Shiek was the champion pony stallion of Kentucky at the Blue Grass Fair, at Lexington and Kentucky State Fair, at Louisville in 1913 and 1914. Sig enough to sire a useful pony. Can do more under saddle srhd to harness than any pony in Kentucky. TEN DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COLT , Vv '&. 1 a. game -- I einnn ev.vu s.l. v place iwu guuu inuieat .piv.wv. einrwi iur grey jatft ii eight dollars for young jack to. insure living colt. Money due with all and VtM. stock, when colt is foaled or mare leaves possession of owner, at time of . r service. All care taken to prevent acciaents, out not responsiDie snouid any occur. aMmm&&&& fltii.lUU.bJJ, jm !.. w R. ?V ft v rt j. i When You Have a - TOLBERT. Register 6C02 Foaled July 8, 1911, will make the season at our barn at Morcland at $10 to insure a live colt. Season due when colt is foaled or mare parted $10 TO INSURE LIVING COLT. BOSSEAU with or moved from the county. I will also make the season with ray 1 will stand my fine registered Per iolbert is a black jack with white fine young jack. cheron uosseau. at my inrm on the points, 15 hands high, heavy bone, Stanford and Hustonville pike, one Brigham Young good feet and perfect in every remile cast of Hustonville for tho seaspect. He made his first season in AT $8 TO INSURE. son of 1915 at $10 to insure a live 1914 nnd is proving to be a wonderHe is of the old Hubble stock and colt. Uosseau is a fine big boned anl- ful sire, some of his colts having arS. SCUDDER a great individual. See him beforeimal, weighs 2,000 pounds nnd is just rived and measure from 3 feet S the Kind to breed to. to get your nig McKinney, Kentucky inches, to 3 feet 0 inches, and built you breed. S. M OWENS, mule mares. R. L. BERRY., Huston in proportion. It will pay you to in30-lMcKinney, Ky. ville, Ky. vestigate Tolbert and hl Colts before breeding your mares. Will endeavor to avoid nil accidents but will not be responsible should any happen. Policy Written by well-know11- -2 Georgia Gone Dry. (icoigin hns gone dry, nnd Adnmson tells this story apropos of the fact. Ono ofthc colored hands nsked the boss to lend him $2 to buy n pair of shoes. "Whnt do you wnnt with shoes." innnlm.t )( , employer. "Never saw you wear shoes Will Relieve Your Indigestion i yet. I vc seen you mound fnrcfontal I from May to December, ntld you nevPenny's Drug Store, er seemed to miss shoes." "Yes sir, tint's right," wns the reply. "Nevah The case of the State of Wnshing felt tie need of shoes before. But ton ngninst the Mountain Timber ",mv .i ni proniiiuoii ucrca " I'nm.,.,.. ,..l.ti. .. "J? ," l" mnn' "'"Ken Dottles y In' 'rount .. ted States, will afford the first test cuttin' my feet " before the highest tribunal of the, constitutionality of a compulsory Time, rhan.e. workmen s compensation act. The ie wns tall nnd strong nnd gwiccful; Ohio compensation been held wn, 10 valid, but it differs rrom the Wash blie slender, gay nnd sunny; ington net in that it is not an elective So was he. measure. All their friends predicted marriage, With dispatch. n couple better High Grade Stallion Never was Mnde to match! They were wedded when the nutumn I.enves were red; Mv high bred siXivenr-ol- d Chest He in Maine nnd she In Texas, nut Sorrel Stallion will mnko the sea ,I Anil 'tis said !.- nr inir .4 en " won a g bomy he pmate, V " T,,nt he I fnt. ?'"8tovi lej, Ky.- ? Plain and stout: u i r wtii8 Kh' nWlKlll 1'?00 'She. a grim and awkward husband pounds. serve n number win, tnc KUtI of mnrcs nt $15 to Insure a livlnir colt: season duo when mare Is imrteil with or on leaving the county. This Ill uiy iierzug Miyn in- - win ii !.... ia i... 1.11 .iiuihkit tl bI..ii: out .? ln?i ind.B?k "' ma,rc-i- Catcher Ivy Wing., in the outficlil nnil iTotti1 tallow Dooin nnd Clark to attend to ,C.la.8 LT?" t?ub?.a'?rca.t,bJ'ce,?r- - the bnckatoppliiK f... the Red.. imviiili Luim iu buuw mr linn. ills Hrooklyn followers of the Federal i?il2?ml n!,l"Ur nC0,ta K00'! league declare that Manager Lee of " R00d the Tip Tops will be the sensation of iStMhrilZS'ito- ?- comes. Ihi v't plrrmt ,i,i vnnr. Jim Reed Hobby Roth, who played in the outI will nlso stand the crent Inck. field for the Kansas City A. A. team Jim Heed, the well known mul6 jack last year, is being given a trial nt by the old jnck of Jim Reed's; having third base for the Chicago Whit Sox. Manager Birmingham of the Cleve sold his colts at 5100 at weaning time. He is n fine breeder, having land Iudinns is willing to sign Red colts to show for him nere. He has n Murray in cusc the red-tooutfielder large bone nnd his colts have good is given the gate by the Giants. First bnse seems to he cause for bone nnd style. He will stnnd nt $10 to insure n living colt. Money due if the departure of Fred Clarke's nanmare is parted with or leaves the ny. The Piratical boss has been county. U. V. LEIGH. Hustonville, trying out Johnson, Scheetcn nnd the veteran Iionus Wngncr at the initial cushion. The Chicng. Feds, the best adverDALMAS tised ball team in Chicago last seaOne of Kentucky's finest stallions. son, hns started its 1015 publicity This great harness horse by announcing thnt Jimmy for public service at the low fee of campaignn youngster, has beat out Smith, $10.00 to insure a living colt. One Manager Joe Tinker for the job at mile west of King's Mountain at E. short. Alley's barn. Breeding of Oalmas: By Cccilian bigThe Central league will not hne league umpires this Chief, he by Cccilian. he by (Tumliettn umpires with big league season, but schooling, Hatty'Thompson, "'iiid schooling to be furnished by HilWilkes, First dam, by Ultimus, by Hnmiltoninn 10. Hts ly Kvnns, the league arbitsecond dam by Lizzie I'eyton, by er, in a course American to of lectures the CenGill's Vermont. Third dam by Hay tral umps. Dick, n thoroughbred. Fourth dam Hoston fans arc figuring on all ! by Hall Stocking. Dalmas is a great breeder and a world's series games being played in the Hub next fall. Or In other words sure foal getter. Red Sox will cop the American Dalmas is a red bay horse, 10 hands the IcHgue high, weighs 1300 pounds nnd can repeat pennant and the Braves will their 191-- performance in the trot in 2 M0. league. Lien retained on colt for payment National According Johnny Dobh's dope, of service fee. Money due when there will be to(100 professionnls ball marcs are bred elsewhere or parted pjayers out of work this season. The with, best of care taken to preent New Orleans pilot say accidents but not responsible should 100 of the unemployed thnt at least tosser.s will any occur. Money due when marc is come from the major leagues. sold or parted with. With Cobb 'and Crawford going 1 will also stand the great Jack great guns, Detroit fans contend the Tigers will be there is CoveIekie, MACK D.uiss and Pubuc will oblige by per15.3 hands high; six years old; plenty forming like regulnr pitchers. of weight; great foot and bone; nne head and ear. He was sired by Old Good Policy. Alpha, he by Hubblc's Old Heecher. Farmers His dam a large premium jennet. the country and townspeople nil over are rapidly adopting the Will ma'ke the scqson nt mv place at ,;. 1,1 UBIIll .u..: $8 to insure a living colt. To proper-- i llt:t i lU'lll :.i. luuu llHllil' ' i ly appreciate this horse and jack you litm. I'lltl'iui'i-n,,,,rsss ,,.,,,. uii..,.,, ,.rl.nn. illlll i. must see them. jhas mniy a,ivntnges. It prevents the of E. Allen, KingsMountain,numerous crrors ' .tlle names, insures correctness of nddress- 'i'S anil lruuriintees the nrnmiit ri'tlirn nonthe The WARFIELD 36621 I" "" 11 is noinmore --event of manxpensive delivery. j buying of stationery in small lots in Trial 2:24 n This stallion will make the old way, and adds a distinctive the season nt my place near McKin- nir of respectability and refinement to every home ney at the low price of Wiftl Dyspepsia Tablets Vxvvvs' ixNxvwwNwww CEiSldren Cry for Fltchr's '.,. .. """' Tho Kind Ycu llnvo Ahvnya Uouglit, ntitl illicit Inn liocn in ttso lor over no yourx. inn Dornottio Mgimliiro or. nnu iniH Horn itmuo turner lilt per-mmm Hinnil Hupcr Ihioii hIiico Its Infancy. ftf-J?fk4cUAt Allow no ono tniloi-i'lvvotl In tlili. " nro but All Coimtrrfi'ltM, InlltntloiiH anil .Itit'iis-gon- d Kxpcrliut'iit that trlflo with nml vnilnngir tlio lirttlth of luiants ni.u ClillurenIJxperlenco ngnlnxt ixperuueut. OH, Pnro-Rorl-o, linrtnlct gntixtlttito for nntl Sootlilng It Ii plcnftutit. IC contalin lultlicr Opium, .Morplilno tior othi-- Nnrcotlo httlintaiico. Its ago It Its ;iiarant'o. It. tlcntro.v.s Vorini For moro than thirty jiyirs It nnil iilln) rirlliiii'Ht. liat IiiM'ii in constant usn for tho rollof (if Conitipatloii, I'latiiloiioy, AViml Colic, nil Trollilng TronhlcH nnil unit lloui-NDiarrlio'ii. It rognlatt's tho nun natural bleep. nislnillatot tho I'ooil, ghlni; Tho Children' I'miacea Tho niollicr'.t I'rlond. 1 What is CASTORIA Cnlnrlit Castor Drop m .1 U n, ,,.. Hrii. r ' . hnt . , iiAljijCil GENUINE TORiA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS 57 The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 4V p CINTJP COM iV NsTWOMt CIT oO Years Cock Robin, Jr. Spotted Stallion Pony, by Cock Robin, the great show pony. 51 inches tall, perfectly broken to ride and drive. Can rack and trot like a big horse. Will make the Season of 1915 at our premise's, 'the Walker farm, 2 miles from Danville qii the Stanford pike, at $10 to iusure a' live colt. Cock Robin has.won wherever shown. See him, before you breed. Js i -- 4 u y . j. Ih.. .....' . 4 i "vk John ' S. Buighman, Phones 523 and 588-- 6, Danville, :: Kentucky. Rex. Coal Black Star -- Broniley- & Bromley Insurance Agents Vou Know That I1 Is Worth Face Value " When Called For Payment. " Moreland, C. M. BACK & SONS ... Kentucky BLEUCHER 46158 Black Crescent All hot, No Record 2:29i . Trial 2:14?i. Half Brother to Lula Watts (2) 2:27i hands, foaled Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 15 Standard Regi stored Vol. 18. ' 190C free Burners fit A ' Fire, Life, Health and Accident, Live Stock, Bonds, Plate Glass, etc. 4 "Not Here for a Day, But For All Time' Stanford, Kentucky. f'YT? UW JfftBBaBBB crushed all the limatione VOU yHir,uwn use.Vjike money cmsinng yU Wm Your Profit Only Tmrlic prushrr m m. HI the only crusherfto buy. Mnde in seven cspacny sues io ni an crusmns nevus i, mm ,ivwu ana conaiupBa. HuwuH utu7 "".wnn nceujig. whii s Brskis with Karmlaa" "Mlxiai tB all about limine pays, (acts every onts. how cnu&uNi teraer smi loliiww. write you luiget. t today before mmWVmm MUSI MMUUM. M. M. fwaseal IMIMMIM Cnjilm wUl yorl.tVci(fy; Vnlir rWsHatllnff . .. liniiiBinn -- urn .i .imir No need tdtnvest a lutof maitM M rntth an v slie. lor concrete and road, work as well as eipWii Profits. ,iiuap ii ',",iw.? fU...U.r. OnrnEElMk iii ii &. P. Kincaid, I Distriqt Agt., Stanford, Kentucky. See the i . I. J. for lowest price on horse and jack cards Dark Night 2858 Sire of 24, in. Search light 2:03i Bright light 2:08K, Datk Silent Brook 197G9 Great Brood Mare. Record 2:lG'4, sire of Wilkes 2:09, Vajpa Billy Burk, 2:03',i, etc. rllarry Clay 45, 2:29 2:09. Shawbay 2:07 14, Mea- Jenny Clay. J Siro of .j, dams of u0. 1 dow Brook 2:094, Great brood mare. Norwood ik.llo Emma Brook 2:094, Hy Norwood 522 Zarrine 2:07V4, Lady 47&H, Huron Wilkes Bellbrook 2:10, etc. 2:18; sire of 12 ii SIK RAY. Ito. 11852 Moko 24457.... 2:10, etc. This great Imp. Percheron stallion Si of Brenda Yorkel will make the present season of 1915 2:04'i.Ferno2:05 at my farm. 3Vi miles from Stanford. Native Belle (31 2 I Queen Ethel J Ky., on the Crab Orchard pike, at $15 0G. Silver Silk (4) iiy airuinmoro jua. kClayo iu insure u living cuii. u maru is Monrico 2:08, Susie N. (31 Dam of Bumps 2:03 4 Dam of Lalu Watts, sold or parted with after being bred (3) 2:07 '4, (2) 2:27, Bleucher the season is then due. The utmost 2 :09 '.4 , etc. carevand attention will be given to 2:29U. tr. 2:17; out Wilkes Nutwood 8000, the breeding of mares, but will not of a half sister to Si2:244; sire of Carl be responsible for accidents should lent Brook 2:1GV4. Wilkes 2:04. Betty Clay any occur. Half sister to Silent Sir Hay isu beautiful chestnut Reddic Brook hands high, horse, 7 years old, 1G Clay. weighing 1.C50 nounus: great stylo Clay (4) 2:2BU, and JennyHarry Clay 45. By Lilly Clay, dam of is a great breeder and action. He Dam of Silent Brook Prue 2:21. and sure foal getter. As an individ2:1G. Reddie Clay ual and a breeder, he is in a class by (4) 2;25t, etc. himself. He has made two seasons in this county, ut Crab Orchard and sire of Billy Burk 2:03 Meadow Silent Brook 19709, 2:10 Sir Brook 2:0C all of his colts are high class. Slmwbuy 2:07 Betty Brook 2:09 4 Zarrine 2:07 Ray is by Honest Tom 40701, nnd Emma Brook 2:09 Lady Bellbrook 2:10, Butter Brook 2:10 is bred right ull through. Brigade (2) 2:10 Margaret Bathgate (4)' 2:11 etc. Sired B. W. GAINES, R. F. D. 1, Stanford dam of Chatty Direct (4) 2:07 etc. His dam, Jenny Clny, nlso proand was grandum of Prue 2:21 duced Reddic Clay 2:25 (winner Kentucky Futurity,) Moko 24457, sire of Fereno 2:05 2 Stallion A Fine Brenda Yorke (3) 2:08 (Futurity winner,) (C) 2:04 Native Belle (2) 2:07 4 (Futurity winner,) Jl) 2:00 (champion AND A GKtAf SHETLAND filly,) Munrico (3) 2:07 1 (Futurity winner,) Silver Silk (4) (Futurity winner,) Gomoko 2:10, Mobcl I have arranged with S. II. Baugh-ma- n 2:08 1.2, Susiu N. (3) 2:09 (Futu-rit- y Moch'ester 2:10 Momaster 2:11, Siliko (3) 2:11 2:10 to stand his black draft stallion winner) etc. Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting BLACK JOE V Martha Tipton (4) 2:09 which sired the colts which sold ut his stallion,) Vito (1) 2:09 O'Neil (3) Brother to Bumps 2:03 Baron D. 2:10, etc. sale last fall at prices that made ev. 2:13 Bleucher 4G158, record 2:29 trial mile 2:14 half In 1:00, erybody take notice. He weighs 1,500 big boned ltt, quarter in 32 seconds, is u handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh pounds, is a and a dandy. Will make the season at llw pounds. He greatly resembles his good sire Silent Brook and is ""outMSf Clao, bj the great Futurity sire loko. my farm in Somerset pike ut $10. foreign demand will exhaust the supply and we may expect better ENRIQUE I will also stand tho registered blue. prices lor our norse in mo luture. uur auvico to maro owners is to breed their mares and to breed them to stallions of merit and proven ribbon winner Enrique, the best Shetland pony stallion in this part of the worth as sires. Bleucher w just the typo to produce tho colts that will state, at $10. See both of these before supply the demand. His colts have proven fine, with nice head and neck and plenty of bono and Conformation. ydu breed. Will also stand a young jack to This great trotting stallion will make the season of 1915 nt my sta Rnrva ii few murfu nt sft. ble in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 130.00 to insure a livinc colt, I am pre M. S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky.J pared to care for mares nt 10c per day. W, B. BURTON, Lancaster, Ky. .Mcyone 032, 2:27 Sire or till, dams ot bb Nooni!lay. By St. Elmo 275 soot, few ashes REX COAL YARDS H. L. PERKINS, Prop., Successor to E. B. Denham .( . . Good Property For Sale at McKinney, Kentucky 2:0(, 2. 4. 2, 4, 3-- 3-- 18.Room Hotel, about SO yards from depot. 20x60 feet store room with 10 feet side rooms. Good small livery barn, will hold 14 horses. Good buggy shed, will hold six rigs. Good garden, two good wells, cow barn, good lots, best location in town for business, will sell this property on the following terms i One.fourth down) one.fourth in one year one. fourth in two years) one.fourth in three years. The party that buys the property must neep me properly insured tor enough to covor the balance. A li en will be retained on the proper! y for the purchase mom notes bearing 6 per cent Interest from date. We have a nice clean stock of merchandise that we will sell Part!.,,. fiaafrini In awn ...,w lt..aln.a ...ill uu . II .io I . . B. Inln ........... ..... .1 ncii iook ai mis prop. erty a id stock of good. If interested call or write 3-- 1, Si-le- nt 3-- 4. 4, 4, 2. Draft 3-- 4, 4, 3-- 1- three-year-o- ld 1- -4 4, 1- -1 2, 4, .... 3-- 4, 4, 3-- 4, four-year-ol- d, MASTERS & BO WYER McKlNNEY, KENTUCKY r. BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J. ... I J . ,- - 'A , W't:' F - r El HF -- : f- - m - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Heard About Town Ksnu Moore went over to Richmond Wednesdny to lo(k nt n farm. From Mndison he will fto to Clark nnd do a Ijttle prospecting; . Mrs! W. II. Miller Is dend nt Richmond nftcr n protracted illness. She had many friends in Lincoln county, where sho frequently visited before ky.Triday.-Apr- il 30, 1915, : ..;;; v& 'JJ.V ' .- -' ,J j. . J J. O. MCTCAtS. Mait!, Me. "After h - Using Summer Shirts And Collars: ! n - ... , j sr- 4nr '.", ? "' : ' . Peruna Many Years manr nthrr I can suy Itial IVni-n- a la n film rrnivly for ratarfh and iHv mar or the a " ' I HAVE YOU A BANK ACCOUNT ????? . If not, do you expect to go through life without one7 Improve your financial Make money her health became impaired. John K. Patrick, of Jackson, is a republican candidate for circuit Judge. When he was well known to the people of this county he was on the other side or the political fence. W. S. nurch wont tip to Crab Orchard Thursday to spend n few days with old friends. It was his first visit the "garden spot of the world" since he left IiIm room, to which he had been confined by illness a long time , km tnmula ami allmtit. It Itn manufactured ly ii company, who an leir.ltr itiUUr." A lOHICatlTC (iualltlts. "I hrivn notes.) a Rtrnt nvny others taking thl remrdjr, nn.1 J hum yrt failed f r.cr a rare whrrs a a bio condition. save it. Drpoiit it In the FIRST NATIONAL BANK where it will earn you interett and ectire you a living when you are old anil too infirm to work, ? t John S. Itaughman nnd John Fields, of J, II, Hnughmnn & Company attended a big meeting of central Kentucky millers at Lebanon this week, where the prices of wheat and flour formed the principal topic of conversation, The court of appeals early in the week overrruled u petition for rehearing in the contest case, which finally settles the matter, and makes valid Mr. IViiii'n scat to the school trusteeship to which he was elected last Mny. The eourt reversed the lower court in the matter, but attorneys for McRoberts filed a petition for a rehearing, which this action of the court refuses. I'cnny-McRobcr- ts thu rnntlnunil ttsu nf I'rr'l-ndid not imnpleto n cum In raa n 1 inc." TONIGHT "AMERICA." Sevrn Reel. Saturday. "The Face On The Ceiling." Broncho Two Reels This is the season of the year When you need Shirts. There is no man or boy that can be 'well dressed without a new shir!: The "Arrow" Label Means Quality. patterns and stylefs.J The most For the man who wants plain, conserva.A tive shirts, we are showing negligee wit:h black neat pin stripes, cut in slims or stouts, THE NE Far long and short sleeves, sizes 14 to 19, price 50c, .$1 and $1.50. Soft shirts with double or single cuff, 2 for 25 Cents with or without collars, in all materials, silk or linen, madras cloth, and percale, in plain white or fancy, with black, green, helio and browjrfnroad stripes, the newest thing for the young man. Prices 50c, $1, $1.50. up-to-date M'JLr'' RADN QR ' r. , c o; U .'a !,l? ,J .' l' y .li r ARROWv COLLAR ifiiiifflHiSsiH IPRONT2'a r Stanford's annual school trustee election, which is held on the first Saturday in May, is scheduled for tomorrow. The term of two trustees, Mrs. Guy Ilallou, of Crnystowti, O., Messrs. M. II. Snlin and T. I). Rancy Personal and Social and it is understood that is the guext of bur paieutx, Mr. nnd expire neither will be candidates for Social Calendar Mrs. Will Heck. Four prospective candidates for Mr. George L. Willis will spend Mny 1 Senior Content t Hiwh Saturday and Sunday with the home-folk- s the two vacancies nre "mentioned," .School Auditorium m H o'clock. W. O. Walker, J. L. Heazley, S. J. in Shelbyville. free. Mrs. I.. I). Jennings of Danville. F.mbry, Jr., and S. M. Saufley. . May 3 -- The Mother' Club will spent Wednesday with her son, lieu :...... nun i..M:f.. . ...! who meet in the club room nt 1! :.'!( p. m. 1. . ff Mr. George Miller Givens, inning. .May .1 -- The Woman's Club will Mrs Ituwell liniwn, of Lancaster, spent the past several months with his have n called meeting in the Club was the guest of hor husband's par- son, Reuben Givens, at Mobile, Ala., ItooniM ut was here Wednesday with old friends o'clock. O Ulcers nre to ents, Dr. and Mrs. K. J. Ilrown. be elected iind all the mcmliem are Joe Williams was up from Norma, nnd i datives who were glad to sec uracil to be present Tenii., shaking bauds with his legion him. He is temporarily located at the home of his daughters, Mesdames of friends in this county. Miw.es Onelin and Annie Moburly. Taylor and Powell, at Hradfordsvijie. W, It. Todd in apendinj; several his sou is doing of McKinnoy, weie the giienU nl the Ml. Givuiis eus that dayx nt I.oliniinn. splendidly in the South, hnving an inMonte Vox, of Danville, wan hero veranda uoiei. Mrs. .lulin Anderson and Miss An- - terest in one of the biggest hardware Wednesday foi a (.hurt time. MlM Nancy Vender upont serernl igie Ilosley, of Danville, have been the firms in the State of Alabama. 'guests of Mrs. Jane Logan. days with l.exinctnn friend!". K. L. Iteinhart takes the cake for Mrs. I. A. Totter has returned from .Mr. T. J. Hill, Jr.. l.tis returned from a vlit to her parents in Cincin- la visit to her daughter, Mrs. Dollop the boss fisherman around here so fur this season. He went up to Crab Holderman at I'erryvillu. nati. Senator It. L. Hubble has been Orchard Wednesday and enme back Juno livid, of lluttonvlllu, was here Thursday returning from a vikit to confined to his home on Hast Mnin with ii string of (55 newlights that were beauties, everyone of them, and 'for several days with the grip. old friends nl Corbin. Miss Ruby Harris, of Indianapolis, eaih of sudkient size to almost make Arthur Mercer spent n few ilays a meal by itself. The really pretty with Ins friend, Itobert ThomaH hint is expected soon to spend tint thing nbout it all, was the fact that with her cousin. Hob Thomas. week. Mcsdames T. A. Itice and t K. he was kind enough to leave a couple Tate ateuded the burial nt Richmond of very sizeable messes of the finny Thursday of their relative, Mrs. W. tribe at the I. J. office wheic thev were greatly appreciated. COULD ,11. Millur. Alfred Kails, of Shelby county, has One of the busiest firms in the joined his wife, who came up from bhelUy county to lie at thu hcilside city of Lancaster is that of A. II. of her mother, Mrs. T. I). Newland. liastin iv son, who are now handling A. T. Trnylor, who has been ill for large quantities of lumber anil all several months, was able to drive to sorts of building material. Mr. Has-ti- n Now Does Her Own Work. town Thursday. His many friends is preparing to put up a large capacity planing mill, and will soon be gave him a cordial welcome. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta ready to take care of any sort of Mr. and Mrs. Will Todd, who Mrs. Nancy or construction business ble Compound Helped Her. Ann Logan the remains of returned to building would need. 1 he host that iinyone of to this place, 'their home at Chicago Thursday af- friends of this clever gentleman back 1 ronton, Ohio- .- " I am enjoying betin his old home in Lincoln, will be ternoon. ter health now than I havu for twelve Mr. George 1 llright iind Col. S. glad to know of his continued sucyearn. When I bo- - T. Harris attended the burial of their cess in the b'usiness world, since he il disposed of the Hastin Telephone Co- KIin to take Lydia K. relative, Mrs. W. II. Miller, at jQi'Jj'Wfck esterduy. I'inkham's Vegeta-TjrVv'ffSOQy, ble Mrs. R. G. Hail, of Kansas City. Compound I White Display of Sumrnuld not sit up. I Mo., who is heiu visiting her mother, Y w Mrs. Jennie Wearen, is visiting relaSff 5r "3 j had female troubles mer Hats Noel Sisters, and was very ner tives and friends at Somerset this . f- week. Danville, on Saturday, vous, i uik.1i we Mrs. C. C. Gooch. Mrs. Klizabeth remedies a year and Morgan. Miss Anna Padgett and Miss st. Please call and I can do my work Kffie Jenkins, of Waynesburg. have May and for the lasteight been the geusts of Mrs K. C. Jordan see them. dd- months I have-worke- nnd Mrs. Uruce Fngaly. K. Neighbois, sister of Mrs. Mrs. J. for other Hs'lv hla'r, iho well l:uowii deni women, too. I cannot praNe I.ydia K. W. K. Warner, nased up Friday morning from her home in Louisville, cratic politician of Lexington, was in Pinkham'4 Vegetable Comound enough Stanford Wednesday shaking hands for I know I never lould hnve been as to Lancaster, where the will visit Mrs. with the voters. Mr. Klair, who is the Vrell If I had not taken it and I recom- J. It. Ilourne. Mr. M. 11. Salin lias received news preent Railroad Commissioner for mend. It to suffering women." District of the stnte, is a from the hospital in Louisville, where the Second for ' subject to Mrs. Salin was operated upon last candidate Also. DaiiKlitcr gave it to my daughter when sho 'week, that she is doing nicely nnd the democratic primary on August "I 7th. nnd is around endeavoring to was thirteen years old. She was in high hopes aie held out for her recov-Icrmeet the country voters and do all the chaAl and was a nervous wreck, and Dallas. Texas, canvassing possible between now and Thomas ,couM not ,leep nights. Now sho looks has filllVvdNewland. of the bedside of primary day. He was introduced to attelid soliwiltliy that even the doctor speaks his mother. Jim Hob Newland, who around over Stanford by Hon. W. II. of itl You can publish this letter if you lives at Wichita Falls, Texas, started, bhnnKs who served several terms wun like,' Mrs. IIkna IIowma.v, 1C1 S. 10th but was held back by water. He will him in the lower house of the legisla ture. Street, Jronton, Ohio. come as soon nsjhe Hoods subside. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Warner are exWhy will women continue to suffer John K. Newman, of Hardstown, day in and day out and drag out a sickly, pecting u motoring party from Win- who is a candidate against Hilly Klair, chester, as their guests Sunday. In of Lexington, for the democratic three-fourtexistence, missing .Mrs, will of the joy of living, when they the cars Miss be Mr. and and Jack nomination for Railroad CommissionMr. Nell Ilourne, Hutsell, er in this, the Second railroad district can find health in Lydia E. I'inkham's Will Hodgkin. of the state, is spending iseveral days Vegetable Compound ? in Lincoln this wcok, meeting demoDeath In Caey. If you liuvo the slightest tlmilit crats and getting acquainted with the Mrs. Melissa Hell, agcil 73, is dead voter.'. Judge Newman is peculiarly flint Ljilla K. lMnkliiiiu'.s win liolji ;yini, write in the I'hil section of Casey countv. well qualified for the place ho seeks, to l.yilln K.iMiikiiaiii Mi'iliciunCo. Hennett Hudson, J10, a prominent cit-- i- having served us Rate Clerk of the (conlldflitlul)!.. villi,.llnsH., for e. im of Duunville, died this week nf- Railroad Commission several year;, Your letter wl!! Sw opened, Iter r lingering illness. Mrs. Mary McChord, now readmit! answered by a vioiimu K. Kemp, 08 died of a complication .iriiS.when Charles C. U. Intorsti.te Commerce Comnu. anil liuld In strict confidence. of troubles near Celeste doner, was chairman of the Kentucky board. Mr. Newman was given many i 1 I I ' uni-llu- er IN. BACK Z IN. Silks, $1.50 to $5. Palm Beach Shirts in Blue and Palm Beach colors, with and without collar, 50c and $1. Sport shirts, plain white and fancy colors, with broad collars and short sleeves, "Hogan's Wild Oats." Keystnnr at $1, $1.50. Collars all Styles Kind and Colors. NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. f II f2rnoi will rtrmifVi nt Ntiil's Creek next Sunday ut 'J:30 p. m. 1?nv .. Phillips & Phillips. For Women, Misses And Children. Monday. 6lli Kpisode of S j" i a WOMAN NOT SIT OP Rich-mon- 1, y 1 r llftyl I y. half-hearte- d " VckcIu-ldfCoinpoui- Kl iid-vlr- DISPLAY IN Mid-Summ- er Millinery May 5, 6, 7, 8, In All Spring Mid-Summe- r. A Reduction Hats Come and catch on to the prevailCatch ing styles for approved styles for Summer wear. Prices as usual, Lower than elsewhere. Come and be convinced. Our Spring Line now complete with all of the fabrics. Clearance Sale still on. See our Ladies' Suits at $5 and $7.50. Services nt the I'rfsl ytermn church Sunday, Mny 2: Sunday School nt Two Reeli ! :30; .Morninp; Worship nt 11 o'clock, subject "He Knows;" Urotherhood KEYSTONE COMEDY and Mission Study at 3 o'clock; C. E. at 7 P. M.; topic "Joys of the Christian Life": Evenini; Wondiin nt 7:30. rrntifyinjr eidencus of support while Services at the Haptist church as follows: Sunduy school at i day 9:J0 o'clock; preachine; by the pastor, Hev. M. D. Early, at 11 o'clock, sub- Lnurel to Sell Road Bond.. 'ject, "The Compassion of Jesus." The Laurel County Fiscal Court, Matthew 1:30. Preaching in the eve-i- ii session Int Tuesday, decided to selli1 ninsr at 7:30, evangelistic. All arc the $1110,000 road bonds, authorized cordially invited, by the election held April 13, on May j Next Sunday at the Methodist 110. says the London Sentinel. The .rhuri-- will In- - Cmdln Roll ilnv. All court also passed a resolution pre-'th- e babies on the Cradle Roll are by Ko.nl Commissioner Tun ell, ,ite to attend the mornme; preaching asktnir for a full quqota of State aid service at 10:4C and brinjr their for this county under the bond issue, (mothers. Those who are old enough was 10 invue inc will be promoted to tne main scnool jiiiuiniT liscal tourts of all the surrounding 'The Sunday School will meet at U::$0 counties and also Hell county, and all a. in. as usual and in the evening the persons in these counties intetested hnworth League will meet at 7 in the good road movement, to meet o'clock, followed by preaching at in London May 13, to discuss means :45. Everybody most cordially in and routes through the various coun vited to nil services. ties that will result in the most good to all concerned. Laurel county be MASON'S GAP. ing the center of all the Eastern Ken Mr. and Mrs. Barney Davis spent tucky counties recently voting bonds, Saturday night and Sunday with her it was thought the meeting could be parents. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Hurst. best held in London. Mr. Will Miracle of Green Uriar, has gone to Harlan to work, much to the regret of his many friends. WAYNESBURG. Misses Cordie Miracle and Pearl Mrs. Elizabeth .Morgan, Miss Anna Hooker attended church at Fairview Padgett. Mrs. Mattie Gooch anil Miss last Sunday night. Mr. Lee hirknatrick. who has been Kffie Jenkins were guests of Mrs. E. very ill for several days is improving. C Jordan and .Mrs. Uruce Fngaly. Miss Elizabeth Davis was the wel.Mr. and .Mrs. V. K. Singleton at tended n birth-dadinner of his sis- come guest of Miss Cordie Miracle ter, Mrs. Ei mine Hall near Eubank Saturday night. Mr. and Airs. John Hooker and lithunilay. we're the guests Miss Ilannie Tartar, of Yosemite. tle daughter, Ethel of Mrs. nnie Hooker Sunday. is viiting her brother, Mr. E. L. Mrs. E. L. Miracle is on the sick list. Mrs. R. E. Easthum and little Miss Florence Burke, who has beer daughtr, Uert, of Somerset, were here ill for several days is better. last week in the interest of the L. O. Misses Pearl Kooker and Cledc T. M. They were the geusts of Mrs. Scarborough were visiting Mr. and W. R. Singleton. Mrs. E. F. Hurst Sunday Dr H. F. Walter visited his home We are glad to have Chas. Thompcommunity. after folks ut Lancaster Sunday and Mon son back in our day. spending several weeks in Louisville. Misses Pearl Hooker and Cordie .Mr. Oliver Singleton has returned left Monday for Indiana, from Howling Green, where he has Miracle where they will spend several months been attending school. Mixs Sallie Gooch spent Sunday with relatives and friends. Mr. H. C. Miracle of Bell county, with Miss Anna Padgett. Master Orville Gooch has returned is visiting his brother, E. L. Miracle home after a pleasant visit to his this week. Miss Hnssic Miracle spent the day aunt, Mrs. T. Hutchinson nt Ludlow. Airs. K. i. Italian! went to Lexing- with Miss PcarJ Miracle Tuesday. ton Friday to see her son, Oliver Report of the Condition of who is sick. .Mr. W. P. Warriner represented THE BANK OF MORELAND the K. O. T. M. of this place as a delegate to the convention in Lexing- doing business nt the town of Moro-lanton last week. County of Lincoln, State of E. L. Gadberry, Koscoo Kentucky, at the close of business on Messrs. Whvcldon. Jarrett Johnson nnd E. E. the inth day of April, 19 15. Foley attended a meeting of the Odd Retource.. Kllows at I ex i luton the first of the LoaiiB and Discounts. $12ii,51li.7l week. secured anil Overdrafts, UI5.78 unsecured 7,510.7-Duo from Banks 1,1115.00 Cash on hand Checks and other cash 8.1.85 items SEVERE PUNISHMENT Banking House, Furniture :i,000.00 nnd Fixtures l.HSO.SO Oier real estate . .. mi. ..i.. .PaWV The prostrating , Total 540.18ii.tii; Of Mrs. Chappell, of Five Years' Liabilities. cough tears dovra Capital Stock, paid in, in your strength. Standing, Relieved by CarduL ... $15,000.00 cash l.ltriO.OO directly ct Surplus Fund Tbe cloned Undivided Profits, less exyour longs and speedily lead to penses and taNcs paid. , 405.74 pleurisy, paeuatoaia, cowtuaptioa. Deposits subject Mt. Airy, N. C Airs. Sarah M. Chan-pe- ll SCOTTS EMULSION overcomes 19,030.92 to check of tins town, snys: "I sutlercd lot bronchitis In an easy, natural way. live years with womanly troubles, nlsc Demand Cortifl-ticate- s soothes the Its curotlwo stomach troubles, and my punishment of DeInflamed membranes, relieves tbe was more than any one could tell. 3.G00.00 23,130.92 posits cold that causes the trouble, I tried most every kind of medicine, and every drop helps to .$40,180.00 Total but none did me any good. strengthen your lungs. I read one day about Cardul, the woC State of Kentucky. County of Lin All Drug, Ut, Ha It man's tonic, and I decided to try It. I coln. Set. We. II. II. King, and Chas. REFUSE SUaSTtTUTZS had not taken but about six bottles until A. Wilholte, President and Cashier I was almost cured. It did me more of the above named bank, do solemn-i- t, good than all the other medicines 1 had cvonr thnt thn ubove statement is tried, put together. truo to the best of our knowledge anil .My friends began asking me why I belief. IS. 15. King, rresiueiu, i. nas. A When Motoring to ur.ll...tn PnvMnr SiihKf.ritw'11 nml looked so well, and I told them about Cardui. Several are now taking it." sworn to before me this 27th day of April, 1915. G. B. Prultt, Notary Uo you, lady reader, sutler from any Public. My Commission expires jun-uar- y of (lie ailments due to womanly trouble, 28, 1018. Stop At The such as headache, backache, sideaclie, I Sun-hcrc. I i V "Runaway June." DRES We are prepared to supply Women, Misses and Children with Dresses, already made, as well as the goods to make them wilh. We are especially well prepared to please them in White Dresses and White Dress Patterns, and 'White Goods generally. .$ .59 Ladies, House Dresses, $1.00 quality, for $ .98 Ladies, House Dresses, $1.25 and $1.50 quality Embroidered Dressss, $4.00 quality for a$2.4S $3.98 Embroidered Dresses, $5.00 quality for $5.98 Messaline Dresses, $10.00 quality for Messaline Dresses. $12.50 quality for $7.98 $7.98 Evening Dresses, $15.00 quality for -- $9.93 Evening Dresses, $18.00 quality for :::::::: For Saturday SPECIAL BARGAIN and Saturday night Men's $2 Work Shoes for $1.39. Men's 50c Work : i Shirts for 39c. The Bargain Store SALEM & SALEM :::::: STANFORD, KY. at y 1 .amw ''A Mr j Gad-berr- y. ' ;V3 .,,. ' ' j. 'ArtJ-Q- V ''. r 1, Drain. ' '. Pi k m. m 'm j 4I . S11' l I! IIJI K I Ual-lar- d, d. 3. Wire Shelf. 2. Insulation. 5. Water Cooler. 4. Circulation. Only The Automatic Has All These Features Together, added to the high quality of the materials used, careful construction, and beautiful finish, they give you a wonderful machine for taking care of your food and drinking water, in the air-tub- es si-(e- Automatic Refrigerator. Come in and see it. D PENCE & HILL, Stanford, Ky. 14- -a Boots & Herbs aaaP ....DANVILLE.... GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded according to the Original b Formulas & Rocipus of Charlie Whito-Moo- n, The Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for tho treatment of humcu nilmonts. indorsed in tne Uib'.o. Thousands of Testimonials. tho Great Body-ToniSCIENCE SOPE, for tbe Human Skin Only. Ask your druggist, cr write c. EMPORIUM, CH AS. WHEELER, Hustonville, Ky. sleeplessness, and tliat everlastingly tired feeling? K so. let us urge you to give Cardul a tnal. We feel confidenj it will help you, just as it has a million other women In ihe past half century. You L'ecin taking Cardul won't regret it. All druggists. y. Shop Perfect. And Refresh Yourself in our Soda Parlor. I I 8, 1U1H. People Ask Us Years of experience in selling all kinds Icoda ia to iilwuya recommend AVhat Is Uio best laxative? ua tho eafoit, surebt and roott taUiIao tcry. Bold only by us, 10 txute. CHARLIE WHITE MOON Tit Ciwty Hcmlist OMaiHAto or WUITE'IUM'S CilltMt IHIU S.'iUOltJ . Chattinooca Mtdldnt Co- - Ladlet Wrili Advltor' Dctl CiiiKinoogt, Ttnn.. lor intui Imttnttutt on your cut anil tJVpagt book. Home Trcalmtnl lor Wemw, ' in uliln wiappor. ti.C I S4 f SHOP PERFECT (Incorporated) - Mrs. CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N DANVILLE, KY. ecu ctt-u- i tcitict sore 3731 West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky lu Penny's Drug Stora. si' virw - Wi - ri j: ., '.?: dtsasaM s. rfUntucky. Frfcky.. April 30, eA- -J I lr , St f , lit' . . iV 7 15 ; ,0 M D - "VUj TO M!W LtTiwJ'lltw r;-- ifAooi inA, k mtflwm . A tWtHVMrrM . i ..- - n r - siyf f t'Strfe mf am Aamm ItSHWf WVr 'now btenlrtf tb A ItoWnMMrf Warrwi eottnty, f M iwe taw tmr inMar 3tjf . An mulcg, 3 and 4 fttin old, for $600. The mule weighm ever 3,000 pound and woro 16.1 Karids hifth and premium wln- MAt-yM- t.Ite,'orwrbffrK buyer R'TwHr of i lfyoo bavoaoltMod Vm Two Breft m4 Tlwy,Tlefe. When eorat mako 7od Mmest SHo with tour loo( on, whea you try. to wlk on Hioedfoc-- yoor shoes to try to et nway tram jour corns, rou'ro war behind time "ORra-tT." i -4 X 9m ePl'1 P WMY W) L, -- , y- - y "fc r m mt mi J EllaMMMHHrtMl chsnefts with your rowisr Poultry-Cur-e H. & W, IJv - --rrure It' tb 'MnKSTTT fW! i!. ! A Btoed milch Insures f jtmr ..... nnd tiro .... Tht In Tft?VirnttTtt IVin Moiih O 0 O xperls in" Chemistry Ami i I EiUiSTCMMott w declare nhal ha nil lina n mplil untl positive nntldotal 'effret lUemlN tytli Swift-Iupon all thoe Irritating Influences that tflO IWnn? of JWJ5?LH!?rr TO cuo rheumatism, air iiimm Mifdtfl Ev.nboe'r Trit to Sim en Mr to the IhtentKcs of tho tls-'- l it i e, lost of n eight, thin jmle cheeks, and Yea'll Carnl" Ute "CET34T" . awsir - . i that wrarjnciii uf muscle nrnl nerve that jIa a&. i Have Ne Cares to Be Stteesd Ob. . .. .it it. to M generally experienced, by all sufferers RilC worlc WpMIVi effectively nnd with von corn cure of tho century, tho now wny. ifc-blood. llh the sure, painless, slniplo way. It makes noticeable results. i." "i lll-,J- ris famous blexl purifier net n Tiotlle of S 8. 8. at any ttruR a fellow really fe.l foollih after he's used contains tore, and In u few days you will not only salves, elnal component Jmi n vlint ane? olntinunli. will bo too bundling bandages, blood bringing essential to health Mood ns the nutritlvo feel brlKht, nnd cnerRwtlc, buf life. rntors, knives, files, sclisors, Jnblmrs.nnd defnenta of wheat, roust beef, and fat tha picture of h what-not8. S. S. Is preparrdonly In the laboraWhen ho uses Juat X drops of and tho sugars that malco up our dally tory of the Kwlft Fixrlllo Co., 301 Swift ration, shis his corn vanlib. The difference Is dlvlna. Just try It. You nidir. Atlanta. On. Who maintain, a very A a matter of fact there) la ono v ,wont wince when you put on your shoes In 8. 8. 8. which serves the nctlve efficient Medical Pepartment. Vhere all in mo morning. gets" purpose of attmulatlne each rrllulsr part who have any disorder of dTatub. An affidavit by Mrs. Bella Ui.dor-wooany corn, callus, wart or bunion. of tho tiodv to tha healthy nn.l Jii.llol.ms born nature may wU freely for advJcft- -l confessing that she hud sworn OET.S-IT- " by drugglitt every, is told (election of Its own essential nutriment. B. S. 8. Is Fold everywhere by all elrue fnkcly ngninst T. Q. Wnllncc nnd where. So a bottle, or sent direct by K. That Is why It regenerates tho IiIihk! sup. stores. Frank Chnney, who were convicted of Lawrcnco A Co Chicago. ply, why It has auch n trcmemlnus Inlleware fluence In overcoming eczema, rasb, plm something of all Attempts to sell you Sold in Stanford nnd recommended "Just as good. ' Insist upon pica, and al akin alttiotlons. 3. & & as the world's best corn cure by RESPONSIVE TO THOUSANDS Shugars Drug Store. -.. arm, nil ... tr.ik "V I."3:TIH.. iTr ' yjLwnntiw . -- h Tiwy -- nn (leorRc D, Boone, near Ottonhelmf bought from Xilt. Warren, on Chestg nut Riilse, n bunch of 10 hops, 100 pounds nt six nnd a nuar-te- r cents n ound; from Mr. Schooler, on Duck Creek, he cot tho same number, lighter in weight, averaging only 80 pounds nt the tame figure. He sold n couple of cows to Schooler at $7 and bought three yearling Steer from him for $55. Prom Jack Manuel he bought a cow for $38. Huycrii of Middle horses paid good d price.s tor some oi beau tics sold .In New York nt Durlnnd's Riding Academy for S. T. Hnrbison, of Lexington. The bay gelding, Irving Cobb. 15.1 hands high, brought $1,300. He was purchased by O. J. Moorcs, of Columbus, Mo., who later bought Emmy Destina for $775 nnd Durlnnd for $825. Carlotta was struck off for $1,250 to W. Chnpin. The first 14 head brought $7,105, an average of $553. pvcr-Airlnlong-tntlcd, i 3rlH Is absolute ami quick death to the Evrms of roup, cokli and olh.r leleetlous dlsttnes. A few drops la the drfnklnr water kills the disease germs and prevents sickness. One 50o bottlo manes li gauoas oi medicine. m umsyuii, or BBT poiu- - Valuable or null. VWIII. poullrjr book IJSlree. I0lMO"tHIIH)Te0., UiliitM b. eurtaen fl Prepared Paint "The Btimd that Satisfies" SHas been sold in your cotnmunily for paSt ten years. ' i . PUBLIC SALE 556 Acres of Blue Gratt Land A executrix 1 will sell publicly, .. loe-ratl- rorn-bltln- g -- aETS-IT"an- d b?. "iiKTtt-iT'Msaur- The Farmers' Best Friends, 'V The Horse And Cow. V "Cow Ease" Will Protect Them From Flies, Etc. it W.H.HigginS, DON VARRICFC Stanford, Ky. wl" mUe lhe lclon of I915 y liable, 1.4 m;ie from Crab Orchard, on the Singleton place at ten ($10) dollars to Insure a living colt. Description and Pedigree Don Varrick is a beautiful chestnut, 16 2 hands, with snip and white hind feet; weighs 1400 pounds and at compactly built as a pony, with plenty of bone and finish. He is a superb breeder as his colts will show for themselves. Prestolight, one of his colts went a mile last year at Lexington in 2:11 2 and another in Ohio in 2:10. No other horse ever stood at so low a price with two colts in JhV ten list. Don Varrick is by Onward' Silver 2:05 1st dam by Wilkes Boy 2:24; 2nd dam by Bogg's Grey Eagle. Don Varrick has plenty of speed, having shown quarters in 34 seconds and went half mile at Danville on 2 mile track in 1:10. He has a splendid disposition which he imparts to his colts. All his colts are prompt drivers, full of vim. They need no whip. See him before breeding elsewhere. He will take your eye and you will make no mistake in breeding to him. A FINE MULE JACK. I will alto stand the Bun Caines jack at the same place at $10 a season. Will stand a fine registered Shorthorn Bull at $2 to insure. Money due in all cases when animal is bred elsewhere orJ W. R. GAINES, Crab Orchard, Ky. parted with. (ADVERTISEMENT) OF REQUESTS killing her From those who could"ot journey was offered husband In Estill county, in the Clark Circuit Court to New York to witnctelhe as grounds for a new trial. ''Sv. nippoarome t scenic spec I r7H Good Farm at a Bargain. i.rl. ,will sell my home farm of 'J30 acres rot u bargain if taken in the next'jftf.ilays. This it a great opporH. II. tunity- for some one 33tf CrabJCjchard, Ky. The World film corporation has arranged to bring this amusement Madison Men. in Bad. marvel to the door of one and all for n nominal admission fee Frank Rurtonof fadison county, wns arrestediat Wlnchestcrund lodgCents. ed in jail at Winchester, charged with He wasjtaki'n. to THE ENTIRE VAST. COSTLY, Richmond by Deputy Sht'rifffSanto UNAPPROACHABLE PRODUC-TIOBush. Burton is u prominent' resiIN SEVEN REELS : : j dent of the Kirksville section of Madison. Allan Riddle, the young Including Landing of Columbus Tho Ala- mail carrier, who wns convicted of plements.mo San Antonio Panama and rifling the mails this week in the FedSale will begin nt 1 :30 P. M.. and Opening Fcstivittios Marvelous eral 'court at Richmond, wns taken the farm will 'he sold for lodged in jail. cash, bnlance of'purchase price in Ladder Act. Pueblo Village. New to Winchester and Mexico, with hundreds of Indian Judge Cochran grunted the request of equal installments jn 1, '.', 3 and t the boy to be incarcerated at Win- years, with per cent, thereon, payperformers Ilnihvay Station New York Scenes Culebra Cut chester instead of in the Richmond able with lien retained nnd passage of finst ship Ponco jail, in order that he might be away on the land. Possession will be given from his home town. Deputy United immediately, and all leases and crop de Leon Hotel, Florida, and Curni val of Sports Fearless Filhs States Marshall John Elliott accom- contracts will be nssigncd to purchasEquestrians N'cw England Farm panied the lad. Riddle had been em- er. Premises will be shown interested s.cene Suffrage Purade National ployed for many years carrying the parties. BETTIL" CRAIG, Executrix, mail from the depot in Richmond to Danville, Ky. Park Grand Canyon of the Colthe Plunging Automobile orado Levee at New Orleans Fighting Pike county will hold n local HIGHLAND. the Flames Australian election on May IB. Mr. Will Graybeal, of Somerset, and the Famous Finale, spent a few days with his sisters, "THE COURT OF HONOR" Deafness Cannot Be Curedc Mrs. Hen Baugh. here nnd Mrs. Mag! apiillrt!ii4 n thrjr tvmiot rsrh lb. gie Terry near Stanford and brother, fejr r1l'ii i.f iIm- - .sr Tin r. U wily tm Unn Graybeal near Pleasant Point. sr tnttir iltsfitf-t- f, .ltd llst I. hjr tdfistltullm-.- 1 rvinnlii. lh.fiti-- s I. smmh! l ait Inflamed Kev. Howling of McWhorter, filled I crtnlllioll if lilt lnuTIMa Haul uf Ibc two-story grltt "AMERICA; 10 and 20 ilro-nnug- h, horse-stealin- g. N Wednesday, May 12, 1015 on the premises the homestead of the late John J. Craig, deceased, known as Wnvclanilt embracing fRil acres, situated in Koyle county, Ky., on the Danville nnd Hustonville turnpike, about one mile south of Danville, where are located the great schooli for young ladies nnd young men, the Kentucky College for Women nnd Central University, nnd also n Preparatory School for boys, and two .Moil-eHigh Schools. This farm is within 30 minutes drive of the passeugrr stations of the Q. & C, and southern Knilwnys nt Danville nnd the I.. & N. Ity., at Shelby City. It i composed of the best qiinlily of Illuegrass soil, has been owned by John J. Craig anil his ancestry for more than 100 years. has never been tired or abused, is in a high state of cultivation, nnd contains virgin soil, hemp and tobacco land. It is spliendidly improved with a brick residence, having spacious halls, verandn, fur-minnd hot ti ml cold water and hath. It has all necessary farm buildings. such as servants houc, st,ables, rribs, carriage nnd ice house, i.:ind cattle shed. All stable anil stock lots are enclosed with stone fencing, nnd mnnv of the division fences are stone. A beautiful avenue leniN to residence uliich is surrounded by magnificicrit forest trees, and to which Is attached a loely garden, now planted, and in a high state of cultivation. t the same time I will sell a herd of splendid 1'tillnd Diirhnm rnttlp. rmnnnfil calves, heifers, cows and steers, nl- I of so some work mules anil Iiursei, corn in'thc crib, enrnnges and farming imone-third JAsk your dealer for names of users. tjTlicn tl ie owner. interest. S iiujMxt that property &nd inquiie of CJThat is the beft way to safeguard your ' That's H. & W. ON SALC bcit advertisement. lV High grade Paints have the analysis label on each can. Demand and accept no brand of Paint that does show analysis of it s contents. : : : : : SHUGARS' DRUG STORE, STANFORD, KY. J SPRING l ANNOUNCEMENT. Our entire stock of New Spring Goods has arrived. Every dcparlrnent is full to the brim. Men's and Young Men's Clothing, Oxfords for Men, Boys and HUte Gents, Ladies and Misses. We. are showing these in all leathers; also WhiteCravenettes, with red rubber soles. A new line of Dress Goods, Children's Wash Suits, Little Dresses and Little Play Suits for jjoys 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. post-ollic- e. Wood-choppe- rs TONIGHT hig rpfrlllnr $20 INCREASE PER ACRE ON LAND inaugurated as IU make It easy to raise money to carry on these groat works of puMic improvement, without This State Aid Law for Bui'dtng Good Roa-- s Promises To Be the laying too t eavy a burden upon twtf tax payers, tna.iy of whom are now Greater-- t Blessing Ever Brought To Ken' tcky Land Owners, hearing their fair share, and someIf the Burden of the Taxes is Not Thrown Upon Them times more than their share. The State's revenues are not siifllcient -- y Through Unwise Legislation. li -- . -- h. nearly a million dollars a )ear to muet -- Mimes Kvelvn Itnuirh of Heili'ii-'- " ii vine and bcrena loung, of Stanford, libu int- " were with home folks Saturday nnd l'"B arei teu q I ounuay. Indjoietl 1 . , nan ounuay. aI'P"Umenl at -- 'll- Mn. I When Ihl lube Tub.'. rumbling-- Muud f lui.-rfec- t ' 'allreli n.-xu fljnmt)uo U11r Lllstatblan laflanird JO.I ha.e bearing ab.t bea l. the reaull. ami ,wt n. lv rmmi w n wrmai rntitlin. hear ,,"I"''IM,, ,!,"'3"' ,""": l ,,, Tlin.. 1(1.1 the Methodist SuntTny School on that they will all be there every School Day. nittniu ii NowFtraGrcttcr Kentucky, Better Roads, Better Scfcoob and Lower Taxei Bps- -a Annie Horton left Friday for 2 , Mich., to spend the summer with Her mothers. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Baugh drove to Danville Saturday and visited their j orotner, .vtr. waiter uaugh. Mrs. Fleming is real sick. Dr. ll is waiting on her. Leslie Reed and Bird Smith have k, gone to Lexington to enlitt in the army. Mr. Jim unffin, wire anil children. of South Fork, visited their daughter, Airs, clarence ttntiield bumlay. Mr. O.1G. Speaks, wife and daughter. Freda, were in Hiirhlnnd last , week. , Mrs. Mary Liz oung has been ill for tiutflnst week with u partial stroke?of parnly.MS. The following children came in to sec her: Mrs. M. O. Bryant, of Burnside: Mr. and Mrs. George. Walls, Mr. and Mrs. Andy 1 Geuler and Mr. and Mrs. Mace of Pinchard, anil the families of Mr. Dave Young, Mr. II. G. Young, Mr. A- - L. Young nnd Mr. Elsie Goodpastor, of Ludlow, Mrs. Lee und Mrs. Dishon, of Kings' Mountuin. Miss l'earl Cook was in Stanford shopping one day last week. Kentucky, as s result of wise legulstion. s a(lnt the old Kentucky, with unwits The new nJ l.si.lstion. hleh liieTt.d rosis, poor schools and worse school houses. Which do you prefer? Mrs. C. SI. Young went out of the houe Sunday for the first time since An Increase of at least $20 mi acre least twenty-fivmillions of dollars the expenses of govern uient. These the first week in January, but she ou the value of all lands adjoining im- In the counties where theso roads are expenses have to be met out of tho has been trimming and selling hats proved roads built under the uew built. taxes paid on the property of our for a few weeks. Aid I.aw is estimated by expert Htate This Is a snlendld ht'eliinlni:. What citizens. calculators uho have gone Into the! a difference thlb will make to tho laud Any legislation tnat would tend to Oil, Oil, Attention Farmers. tmbject very thoroughly. owners, tht farmers and all others cripple or render let,s valuable any of I cau kave you money, can fill your of. these public highThe bulld'-iwho make use of county roads, wneth- - the great lnduitrlen of tho barrel, or sell you a No. 1, ways will also Increase all other lands or for bustiienK or pleasure. There j Ktate, will necessarily transfer the steel "barrel with faucet. CO gal In proportion iu every county and dis- aro many flno farms In Kentucky 20 burden to tho farmer, merchant and lon capacity, at a, low figure, and fill trict or more mlleh from the railroad that home owner. tame .with the' best oil ut low prices, This most notable forward sten will aro not worth half as much as If they It Is time for every tax payer to prove the greatest blessing that has were near a rauroau station, for the mand that his Itepresentathe In de- wiving you from $1 to $2. ever come to the land owners of Ken-- 1 reason that It Is too far to IihuI farm Legislature consider these facts. Ittho if you cannot maico arrangements. No Trouble to Sell Goods Is hunt, cull or phone luCKy- products to market oter tho oldfash tluio for them to call a halt to the through your It is the Intent of this law that all ioned dirt roads, which are pructicallv destruction, or threatened destruction, Standard Oil J. W. SWEEN- - E. T. Pence, Jr., Stanford 30 hone 152. taxable property shall bear its pro- Impassable for nearly half of the year by hostile legislation, of property In- EY, Lancaster, portionate burden of taxation for this What a difference, though, when terests In the State from which we State r'tind for road building. these name farms bltall have been con- derive our iu'eatest revenues. It was no; Intended that the land nected with the railroad or the marIn other v ords, industries and owner, though possibly receiving the ket with a good State road over . Hi greatest benefit, should bear the great- which It lh easy to (Ir)vti and haul as uud make that pay the largest taxes u fherjfcfnoi possible Chief's first dam H by Coleman's est part of t a tax burden Such greut compared with the old roads. To haul I to bo derived from the ureat benefits The best livinjf Bon' of good roads, good Chester Dare 10. The leadiu?Sire of 32.18; he by "loung'n Morgan; hources of reteuuo as our railroad a large load over a good road, even 'schools, and Improvements In uglerul-ture- , he by Huh Uutler'h Euteku. Chester show horses. properties, distilleries llnanclal instl twenty milei. Is easier and quicker must not be destroyed or driven Chester Chief has to hit credit ten Chief's second dam by Young's Dren-notiitlonH and manufacturing enterprises! than to hatd It over five miles of the from the State. he bv Du I'ee'a Drennon 1G00. which have sold for $21,750. One part, as well usiold time vlnter mud road. Theso win uear tneir ju tiood roarfs bring the country folk mare. Kosalind. sold tor J5.0O0 alter Colemau'H Kurekii was tho greatest all other taxable property. The throt-- good roads, therefore, will bring tho nnd city folk winnlne at Madison Snuare Gardeni ishow horse of his duy; he was Miown tllng or crippling of any of these great distant farm nearer to tho market means a broaderInto closer contuct gauged, hand one gelding for $3,500) two geldings, 112 times by Louis Kills in harness. y nostne legislation must and uild greatlv to the proflU of the ''" attitude toward public mutters, toward $2,500 each: one maro, $2,500, and 'saddle, combined, roadster, general lay a Heavier burden upon the, laud products of the fnim , public good May our legislators and many other ones too num. Use, model and nerd rings, und tonK owner auu otner '.ax pj)ers. I'lHler the supervision of competent every citizen of tho Common wea'Mi erous to mention. 109 first premiums. More than 100 counties have al state and county road engineers, coun- look forward to, plan and work togeth-- Chester Chief is Hesides MrinK bhow ready levied a tax upon ty seals and the most populous sections er for a greater Kentucky, to conserve horses, thev are tho best crcneral use u UESCKimON Chestnut Stallion, in hands hiirh. In order to tuke advan- of tho State will bo conuected by Im- every bource of rovvnue for meeting horses to be found, having size, style weighs 1.2CU pounds, Is perfectly tage of this State Aid Kund for proved public highways, bringing the the State's iibllgatlons. keeping finish o'lt the building of flood Heads In their church school nnd market nearer the of debt lowering the burden of ittaxa- and finish, nnd nro fearless and game, sound, with extreme style uud family. respective hectlous. This year alone noor of every family Then will come tion, placing It where It belongs and making the best family horses, or for fumous In the Chester Dare My many satisfied patrons will back ludicb' use. The winneis mentioned the fund amounts to tt58,220, This a new era of prosperlt) In Kentucky not throw aura will be liicrrasea by levies In With the markets thus of read) ac- er nor any the burden of the land own. were nil shown by ladies or in ladies' me in the statement that you are one class. May tills classes. Ilemember, four out of the sure to get your money's worth when other these counties so that the hum ex- cess, the fanner can market bis prod- new dawn of a greater Kentucky fortve winners in the stake ut the State you breed to Chester Chief. pended will probably exceed two mil- ucts of all kinds to better advantage ever pul a stop to an) movemout that Fair in 1912 wore of the Chester Dare Will muke the season of 1015 at lion dollars. In every way do it In less time, with would tend to cripple or destroy aiiy Fair in lUl'J wore of the Chester Duro my farm, six miles from Dunvillc, on It la estimated that at least 6,000 more ease, las cost and greater profit of our great Industries. blood. Tho three highest priced sad l'erryville pike, at utiles of good roads will be completed than eter heretofore. Good Itoads or no good roads, we grand-- , uuder this new State Aid Law wlthlu While good roads are more neces can never move forward and take our dle stallions ever sold were $15.00 to Insure a Living Colt. the unit IS years, costing when com- sary aad of more eco'iomla importance place In the galaxy of great States sous of Chester Dare IU. They were Mutes parted with or bred to an' Kentucky's Choice, $7,600; his full' pleted approximately thirty millions iDn possikiy any otuer civic Improve-uud about u of dollars. It Is also estimated that ment to which the pfople of the State around education, wealth iu progressive brother. Kontuckv'irllest. $7,500: Mr other horse forfeit Insurance. Lien uuat, and Industry, Mulor Daro. $10,000 service fee. Core the expenditure of the two million Cku tuu l' 'r iticstor unlet retained on colts are . until we have become constructive, Is of the same blood. Chester Chief taken to prevent for uccidents, but not dollars this year will Increase the other Important alIe,lllon, theredone rather thxti destructive In our things to be lel Is by Chester Dure 10; he is by niuck responsible snouiu any occur. alue of property te the extent of at bucn wholesome tux reforms must be lutluu. I ulto have Kentucky's Choice 3705 Squirrel 68; ho Is by Muck Eugle 74; 07. Chester will stand at $75. Address, he by King William Detroit rADJQINING ROADS BUILT UNDER NEW 31 :, , AID LAW out' It n Go- - I an W of nn-X 0 will is hoped Sun- - '". ''. ru-- cite Olie Ituildritt IkitUra furaDTiase (railed br ralarrbl that raniutt Ik - clrcubr llsila Caiarrh fur.-- . -, ,, A To"'"' r- rMiilltl.irt if te mtieiifi. Wt "Si'Jfi !jrfa-t-- Alt Ua:. Miss I uj i'niKGi-- .. Take Hall a . ' ",ll- ' fills fur tonstliuiilun. Robinson's. ATri-Stat- FOR SALE! Las-we- e Wagons, Buggies, Patron Says: k Harness. VULCAN Fertilizer, . PLOWS 5&m lam. "r fkwlK& I Good-paste- r, Last year from 9 Cows sold $655.(59 Butler F'at. Also raised 7 Calves valued at $140 00. ' Fed warm skimmilk to 22 hogs $379.15. This is not a banner record by any means. It is simply a report from one ol our satisfied patrons. Write for Free Trial Cans today. Spot castyis paid for'cv ery shipment. No shipper ever lost a dollar selling cream to thq Every shipment is guaranteed against loss or damage in Iran, sit. We sample every shipper's cream and make test immc diately. Trf-Slate. Field Fence, Capital Stock $75,000. e .Seeds. A SAFE. 4-11- -44 Capital Stock $75,000 THE SICN OF SAFETY FIRST. Implements, RESPONSIBLE. PERMANENT. g of all kinds. wn Cholera, sc"o"u-;.,rtTr Gapes,-Limbernec- Notice! Poultry Raisers J CURES Roup, Canker,- Diarrhoea and all Diseases or Poultry CHEMER CHIEF 1129 -- r I:'r' Ku-rek- hiKh-clai- n: Kslie Dfysnt. Usidttown. Kr Mrs: "I fur ycsnssduMaktltHttmt uud Reaps 1 Irmrjy intdtf. Ilrures ii'fK'StiidliniLeriKCi withoulfsJ. WiUCoumri. UsriisUma, Ky ,uril 'On drop U llvcit 41144 dfacp.) JjwslKeUlMs ssisr- chiclrn Lrfll Iris tocrm saJ irlic.mhs cKkL nmritlr, lli I lhe best rrevenlive 1 lavs net seed." Mfg. aadGuirtntttv by J, Uobt. Crumt, Birditown. Ky. Frlct 50c til Drultistt. M poultry he i j it f moi.o BY PENNY'S DRUC STORE, STANFORD, KY. high-price- d hlirh-price- d SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION them-selve- s CINCINNATI Sunday, ROUND and may 9th. RETURN TRIP $1.50 Ask 101 FROM JUNCTION CITY A. M. SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5i3S Tiul-- U Atnt I'su'r for Particulars nd H. C. KING, Tkkcl AtfcDt JOE McDOWELL, Phon e 232-R- , DanvilleV Ky. East Main St;, Usington.Ky. f" ll Ai .xgj kV.'