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Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, May 4, 1915 Innd Piano to Tklt Step. Whea Yo Tin I of Watch tkt Date Or Lbl Ml Renew Yoar Sttbierip"ea PratnpU. Ppr J .f l Tuesdays and Fridays Clip Fill In the Nomination Blank Below and Nominate Your "Favorite" he pu relinked from Hamilton & Smith. 'rim.. .. ....... ii. i. a nun it liiiiimiiiiv ...tin nn.i...t Inun ,tiiu ,.!.. ..... 1.H..A t.iiti iuiiiiii, mnu I. n llii, llltt liuvu tho Lelnnd I'inno or If the winning cnndidato wishes, he or she may take the splendid trip to the great Imposition. The Leland Piano. The contestant securing the great est number of votes in the contest will have thechoicn between thc beautiful Lelnnd I'inno or u Tour to thc NO EXPENSE HAS BEEN SPARED TO MAKE THIS THE GREATEST Panama Exposition. Thc Leland Piano is made by Lyon Si llealy of Chicago nnd is sold in this CONTEST EVER ATTEMPTED nY ANY COUNTRY PAPER IN section by the Hamilton-SmitMusic TOURS TO PANAMA THIS SECTION OF KENTUCKY Co., of this city. It is n beautiful instrument and is noted for it's quality EXPOSITION, NIAGARA FALLS, DETROIT, BUF- and f ine stone. It vn3 selected lifter thc most careful consideration ns the FALO, TORONTO AND ATLANTIC CITY, which would please ths candidnte and ARE AMONG THE PRIZES OF. bring the most renl enjoyment to thc winner. The hnndsomo Leland Piano FERED IN THIS BIG RACE. given away in tho contest will soon be placed on display nnd tho contestants and their friends will then be invited YOUR "FAVORITE" IN THE BIG RACE to calll and inspect it. NOMINATE Ths District Prise There will be at leiibt six prizes given to each of the two districts nml GET AN EARLY thc district prizes will be awarded ns ENTER YOUR NAME OR THAT OF A FRIEND follows: A START IN THE BIG RACE FOR FAME AND FORTUNE Diitrict No. I First between a triri WILL BE PARTIAL LIST OF THE NOMINAATIONS to Niagara Falls, Detroit, Buiralo and Toronto, or n Trip to Atlantic City. FULL DETAILS PUBLISHED IN NEXT ISSUE Second Prize A Trip to Mammoth OF THE BIG CONTEST GIVEN BELOW. Cave. ' Third Prize A Trip to Mammoth In the Big Race CLARENCE COLEMAN PROMOTED Poit-offic- BIG TRAVEL TOUR AND. SPLENDID CITIZEN NO MORE ' CIRCUIT COURT IN CASEY NEGRO ESCAPES FROM JAIL PRIZE CONTEST STARTS Jop J, Thompson Diet At His Home I. J. Man VI.lt Liberty Monday and1 Charley Armstrong Take Jailer De Near Prrachenvllle I Borde By Surprise Saturday Impretied by It Proiperity. A good citizen, a clever gentleman Circuit court convened nt Liberty nnd an honest man wns taken from yesterday and a good crowd was in this community when Jop J. Thomp- attendance. Thc rain of the night beson's spirit passed Into the great fore had beyond at 10 o'clock Saturday morn- spirits and put thc farmers In good they were willing to take ing, lie wns well known all over this n day oil" and spend it neighborhood, sent, swapping stories nt the county section hut in his occannd around Preuchcrsvllle, he was known sional horse or so. At 10nno'clock best und there he was admired most. Judge Carter opened court, nnd nf- Truly can it he said of him that tu ter empaneling the grand jury, deknow him wns to like him. He was livered his charge. He went through honorable in his dealings, did right thc category of infractions of the as he saw right, and thn few errors law and e.xplnined the penalties there-fo- r that he made, if indeed he made A "full house" to any, were of thc head and not of thc charge and drank in listenedword the every he heart. Any community is hlcsr.cd by spoke. An hour Inter tho courthaving such u man in it, and today room wns turned over to the politithere is regret in his section of thc cians who spoke until late yesterday county such as probably the death of afternoon. no other man would have caused. Judge Carter, who is from Mon .Mr. Thompson wns 02 years old . . .1 t.ln ( n 4n a.... .. ami came to Lincoln from Rockcastle .An nnllMtff lu und the knowing ones one twenty years ago. An indomi cced himself do so, although George table worker and u mun of good judg sny he will ment, he made good from the start. Miller, also of Monroe, nnd Lilburn Former Cmey Boy Appointed lnpector For Uncle Sam e NEXT FRIDAY, MAY 7TH h Prize--Cho- ice y w Fourth Prize A Trip to Mm im t The Interior Journal's big Travel of the contest will he In hand that Tour nml Prize Contest.sturt Friday cannot have the slightest reason for Cave. Fifth Prize A Trip to Mummo't May 7th, when a partial list of candi favoring one candidate nhovc another. dates nominated to nine win uc pun- - The judges will he well known busi- - Cave. Sxth lishcd. The premium consisting of a net. men who have not the slightest Cuvc. Prize A Trip to Mammoth interest in any candidate. Tour to the Great Pnnnma.-PiiclfiYou do not have to ho a subscriber Diitrict No 2. International Exposition or n bentiti-- ' ful I.eland Piano. Trip to Niagara in order to win one of these valuable First Prize Choice between a Trip to Niagara Falls, Detroit. Uulfnlo and Falls, Buffalo, Detroit. Toronto, At- - prizes. The contest will ti.ki very City and Mammoth Cave are tie of your mwicc time and it will not i'oronto or a Trip to Atlantic City. Second Prize A Trip to Mammoth without a douht, the greatest list of interfere with yiur school, employ, prizes ever offered in a nimilinr news-- , meat rr home life. A person with th- Cave. paper enterprise in this section of nverntfj iicmher nt ao i.iainti.nccs has Third Pri7e A Trip to Mammoth iu,t "" K'J0 ' cM.mcs hi anyone in Cue. Kentucky. lhl!t ciimoalni. It a ill not rost you Fourth Prize A Trin to Mammoth The Interior Journal wnnts more new subscribers and has gone to the0"" cent In to enter or try for tho Cave. .,ur Opportunity" to is 'prizes, i grcut expenses of huyitiK these volu- tifth Prize A Trip to Mammoth 'i a Tour to the Panama hxposi-theCl ve. ahlc prizes in order that it may get ad- - J'0" "r " benutiful Piano orotic of Sixth Prize A Trip to Mammoth quickly and at the same time valuable prizes. Make a Owe. vertisc tho paper extensively through- . ma"' l0,'n.y.b' ?leniUK '" ,our ""m" Kentucky. All out this section of How Volet Are Secured. Contest Manager theie splendid vacation trips will he nntion.W ntc With crcry In rc rhV Interior'Jouninl, Stanford, terior Journal subscription to Thefor) absolutely Free to the popular Kiven (when is lo ,mi,k a" fc; is given a ballot goodit forasked people who may become active candi- - fy" WW you a certain , '.V dutes it. the big race. 'matter "i'l S con number ofof votes, according to thc length thc subscription. SubscripHow Decided. ducting your enmnnicn. D this todHV sent, brought or mailThe persons to sharu in the distri- - and get an early start In bij iacc. tions should bethc Contest Manager, ed direct to nutioii ol llic prizes win tie neciueti Who It Eligible who wilt issue the ,nur'rlt"1 ,,r ,,h" send them hack to vote ballots and pushed Any (white) the candidate. . "I "E i willV' rc'oum,Klc' of KoA re,utc' relnir in this These ballots may be held as long as in the Interior to desired and voted at zr.y time up to section of thc state Trave'l which is good for 5""' rr In the will Tour Vnd the last day of the contest. Candi..' U. l,.. "'.. v.. .V"" quickest not necessary to Prize Conte.sU und their friends should ulso best he a subscriber It isThc Interior our- - datestho coupon which appear in each But by far clip of bod o ft t mi! in order to enter. issue 'of the paper as tney lire good your friends and acquaintances to for CO votes for the contestant whose How To Enter. subscribe or renew their subscripthtjrcon..,., 1n J 11 UyLSJJJMIlVftfc order Wcntefc,jontes tions to the Interior Journal. Votes Schedule of Volet. i fill n tVti--- i .. tmtrts""Tieceiiury' . are plven . " i uic.s are given on uncK suosenp' subscriptions and renewals, accord- nominntiop. blank found in the paper ing to their length, as explained in with your name or that of n Ir.end tions, renewals and new subscriptions to Thc Interior Journal us another section of this announce- nnd brine, mntl or send to the con test manager of thc Interior Journal. ment. Printed matter and full instructions New. Your friends will be Kind to Subscriptions Price and help you win the prize will then be sent the prospective can- . ears didates as they desire. If you lack 10 years 13.li00 votes 510.00 you desire. Don't be afraid to ask h years sufficient nomination blanks, simply 32,400 votcj 8.00 them. Let them know you arc in thc T years 10,800 votes. .. 5.00 contest to win ami they will come write the names and postoffice 4.0(1 15,(10(1 votes ... to your aid in a niiirner that will I".'"" '" l,,- ",l!""""l "" " '"; 1 years 11,1(10 3.00 votes surprise you. Not only vour friends t",t,ci! of l"l'cr. stun your name and .'! years 7,201) 2.00 Votes nnd acquaintances but other people '"I'lress nt the bottom am send to the 2 years 1 year . 3.400 votes.. . 1.00 in vour section as well, will jmv Contest .Manager of The Interior th-i- V vot., n t ...... . if i...... n,... Journal. .Names of those making nom- Hack Subscriptions klll.111 will not to Price and Kenewnl that you reullv want '"! win. Hun- - "" circumstances, lie divulged under Years 10 years 18, )()() votes ? 10.00 dreds of people' have no personal ""' 1 1,200 8 yeuiK. The Prizet. 8.00 votes friends in the contest and it has been fi.00 the experience of ine contest maim The prizes to lie awarded in the fl yeais . 8,500 votes 0,100 votes, ger that these peole throw their votes 'Interior Journal's Big Travel Tour 4 years 4.00 4,800 votes 3.00 to some one in their neighborhood land Prize Contest, without a doubt, 3 years 2 years. . 3,200 votes . 2.00 who is trying hud to make a winning are the greatest list ever offered in a 1 year . 1,200 votes 1.00 campaign Every one likes to see an similar newspaper enterprise in this ambitious candidate nnd is always 'state. Not content with giving value Divition of District. Kind to help tho who help thcmsel received in the news line, the Inter The territory of the contest will be ves. ior Journal developed n generous divided into two districts nnd there , streak and decided to do something will be six prizes nt least Get An Early Start. really handsome for the benefit of to each Couest:uits It is n'dvisnble that you get an its readers nnd friends, and incident-l- y uwanlcd confined district. own to their are not district early starUn this great race for glorv prove which mill prizcfjlClip the uoininntiou blank are fully n little sensation,develop we in securing subscriptions but ma convinced will in. them from anyone, anywhere in the from today's issue send it to the con- to a big one before many weeks have postal union. Thc districts are as foltest manager und ask him to send the passed. lows. printed matter to help in your camy The list District No. 1. Includes all uf Linpaign. It requires no extra time in Tour toprize gicatconsists of a Pannmn-Pnciti- c Exthe coln county. such a campaign if ou do not wish position under the personal dir ction District No. 2. Includes the 'erii-tor- y to give it, for we have various ways of Mr Daniel M Uowmar. of Ver outside of Lincoln county. of helping you. It is just u ques- snilles, Ky or beautiful Leland piano If, at uny time during thc first tion of meeting your friends" ac lo lie pur'hi-H(- i front Hamilton nnd three weeks it is found that n more quaintances the people you see ev Smith of this city, two tours to Ning- - equal division can be made of thc ery day. To get started right and ara Falls, Detroit. Buffalo und Toron- contest territory, the Contest Manwiny in the race is thc main thing, to or two Tours to Atlantic Citv, thc ager reserves thc right to change (he I hen your friends will see thnt you premier seashore resort of the world. dividing lines of the districts. Ut not lose out. ,,m ten Trips to .Mammoth Cave, thc Fair to All great ondcr Cavern of the world 75,0000 Extra Vote Free. The Interior Journal ut the outset, louht, this la the Bryatcst pledges absolutely good faith und Piospective candidates, who t,,rt wth"t leir campaign early will be enabled llHt,t,f nruos e.ver offered i" " similar fairness to tho popular und energetic people who will soon be engaged in to get a good start in the big nice bv ,": .r1"1. ', ""'i-"- v "i0 iln,,e: the campaign. No papers will lie taxing: advantage of the following of- How Priiet Will Be Awarded sold for the coupons nml under no fer: On the first three subscriptions There will be 13 prizes awarded in circumstances can votes be secured either new subscriptions or renewals, turned in before May JOth, cundi- - The Interior Journal's big Travel except by subset iptiin to The Interior .,...., ...ill Tour and Prize Contest nnd at least Journal. i ;..i 1...1 will be awarded to each V.Vr.n,,irl.:.,r,"-.7:Pri 7. Every person enteicd has an equal Kuch (75.1)00 Votes In All) in addi- idistiict. The territory of the contest opportunity. Votes cannot lie bought is divided into two districts and conthey must be clipped from the pation lo the usual number of votes testants need only compete agninst given., Any contestant can easily per or secured on subscription. Actthose in their own distiict for uny uf ive efforts on thc part of candidates thiec subscriptions among neigh- tho Under this libbors and f retails in a shoit time if eral distiict prizes. cnmlldntes have enteicd and their friends will make airnngemcnt, nil they try und these extra votas will an equal chance, und ,t makes thc them successful. A fair and square deal to all is guaranteed. give the candidate n good start in the prizes very easy to win. big race. Get Subscription Anywhere The Capital Prize to secure Contestants The big Travel Tour and Prize Con-teThe contestant securing thc great- subscriptions nru allowed anywhere from anyone, is planned iilong lines that exper- est number of votes in tho entire con-ted ience has shown ufford everyone enwill be given the choice between in thc postal union They nre not to their own district in securing tering oppoitunity "for win- it Tour to the Punuma-Pacifl- c ning. The rules nnd conditions are em- International Exposition lit San Fran- subscriptions. Start ut once and get inently fuir to all. Tho management cisco, California, or a beautiful I.e- - your ft lends and acquaintances all pledged tu your support. Friend Will Help You. To those who intend making thc race the management offers this advice: Write your tiumc nnd address on tho nomination blank nnd send it in ut once. Printed mutter nnd full Nomination Blank Good For 1,000 Votes instructions will then be sent und you will he able to get un earlv str.rt in CONTEST DEPT., INTERIOR JOURNALt the big race. Then see your friends und acquaintances nt once before they I hereby nominate a a candidate in your Big Travel Tour and nre approached by some other candiPrize Confetti date. Tho huidest part of u campaign NAME of this kind is to get started but after you do and your friends learn that P. O you intend to make an active nice they will be glad to help you ami you NOMINATED BY will have no troublo in securing votci and subscriptions. AJdrett Office of the Conteit Munagtr. Send necetiary blank and instruction. The Contest Department of The Interior Journal und the office of the Note Only one nomination blank will be accepted for any one Contest Manager is located at tho In. candidate. The ninm of thote making nomination will not be di. terior Journal office prospective contestants und their friends ore in. vulged. vited to coll and learn the details of tho mammoth Prize Contest. c ic J Cave. ""i?:"!: Xrj Wn T.T. !!lt. -. suit-scri- a. - 1 I ' ' I ,r ivn ..' s x re st st con-fine- 23-da- y NOMINATE A CANDIDATE . nl Tho I. J.'s long time friend nnd for mer correspondent nt Middleburg, Clnrcnce Coleman has just rrrelvod n most dpsprvnd nrnmntlnn In IlnflctC Sam's nostofflco service. Tho Union .. L. ! n anAfni!nf CAi,.k.l... !..... a ..! t. aa!tl morning as Jailer George DoHordc postal clerks has thc following letter un111 uHiukr.Ku which im; iiioin Liiuiavinu wmcii tens me story, Jniler Prisoners are lonfincd nt night. pl3tol, nnd his many friends nround this who was without his section will extend heartiest congrnt-i- t hnnpencd, was knocked nlmost flat ulations: by the negro jumping against the At the Inst meeting of Branch No cage door, jusl us the jailer turned 4 this local lost one of the most effi-th- o lockThe negro then sprung for clent clerks in the Louisville office thc office door nnd mntle his getaway and the best secretary Louisville Lo 01 11 in a juiy. .vir. liellonle had cal ever had, owing, to the appoint, out quickly recovered hirriself, nlthough ment of Bro. Clnrence Coleman to thc negro knocked thc breath out of Post Office Inspector In the St. Paul him with thc heavy door, ami threw Divi.iion, which includes Minnesota, thc heavy lock at him striking him North Dakota and South Dakota, on the shoulder. The jailer then ran I Mr. Coleman was the second mem-fo- r his gun, but the negro made a bee jber of this branch appointed as Post line for Mncksvilie and did not stop Office lnspjtor. The first appointee when Mr. Dciiorde shot over his head was Mr. Vinent Burke, who received to scare him. The jailer then took up his appointment about n year ,ago. and besides rearing a large family, Phelps, of Ilusscll, both think they the pursuit but the prisoner had man- - Thus the Local has lost two valuable he acquired u considerable estate. He nave u cincn on me ottice. r.acli told aged to hide in some of the negro members, who will certainly be miss- -. Is survived by his widow, who was a his "tale of woe" and got his share one in .uacKsviiie daughter of the late II. II. Baker, of of applause from the republicans of nouses tell on him. It is ami no that eti in ine ouicc as wen ns in me cal. believed Uockciistle, und the following chil- - the good county of Casey. by now he has managed to make o Mr Coleman entered 'the service at A. A. Iiuddleston, of Cumberland, complete getaway for Jim Woods re- - the Louisville Post Iron: James II. Thompson, of this Office eight years county, John rrank Thompson, of who is the present Commonwealth's ports having seen 11 negro who worked as n separator nnd disGarrard, Logan Thompson, of Lin Attorney, is a candidate for sembles Armstrong's description, in the Mailing Division and coln, Mrs. liuyden ami is opposed by Mr. Smith, of ing west along Lcavcll, of was one of the first to be in railroad later (iiirranl, .Mrs. heph Morgan, of Gar- Monroe. The wise ones say that un- day. Armstrong the a big, copper-colore- dthat of the Parcel Post Department charge is when rard, Phil Ii. Thompson, of Lincoln, less there arc other entries, Mr Iiudnegro, weighing vnbout 180 service wns inaugi'rewilt Thompson, of Garrard, and dleston will get the coveted plum pounds, of powerful build. He had that branch of the the past eighteen urated. During Charley Thompson, of Mt. Vernon. again. never given any trouble before, and months he was employed in the capacFour childicn preceded the father to There arc three candidates for tho Jailer DeBordc, who is making a ity of Superintendents the grave, two brothers, A. J. Thomp- republican nomination for circuit splendid official in every way, and Class Mails. He joined this at Second Local imson, of Iloyle and F. L. Thompson, of clerk of Casey and they arc, present has always handled his men without mediately after entering the service Kackcustle, nlso survive. F. A. Land, Lincoln Wells, the slightest trouble nnd without re and has always been a loyal and very incumbent Uraemie poison wns the direct who has made good as sheriff, countv looking for of Branch No. 4. Ho cause of Mr. Thompson's death, but judge, etc., and Judd Phillips. The sort to force wns not happened any active memberfor the ppst five years, such attempt and just not was secretary he had been in feeble health for latter is a brother-in-labdgur to have his pistol with him that morn- was thrice elected delegate to the some years. He was a member of the Wilkinson, of this city, but of no re ing when he is went to unlock the cages. United Trades and Labor Assembly. Baptist church and gave of his lation from a political standpoint. He has offered $25 reward for the and received nominations for various to the furtherance of time und means Some half a dozen republicans capture of Armstrong and his return other offices during his activity in the church and to other good causes. thc to jail here believed that in Several yeats ago the deceased told wnnt to represent Casey and Russell with such an and it is in sight some the Local. When State writer actedMr. Organizer thc capacity of inccntJvc Ed Pclly, who his nephew, Dr. K. J. Brown, of this in the Legislature Coleman proved to be of considerable Legislature,' is one of one will "turn him" up very soon. city, who was his physician, that he has been in the aid to him. wanted Mr. J. C. McCInry, of Stan- them; Judge Tilford, former county Clarence Coleman has won a host A Lone Way To Tipperary. ludgc, is a receptive candidate. ford to make a talk nt his home while Charles Fair, James Walls, a his burial. He had seen the Our friend Postmaster Georee D. of friends in the office owing to his quiet, unassuming manner and pleasconduct services over the re- Baptist preacher named Ilackctt, and Weatherford, of Hustonville, who ing personality. He constantly up mains of u relative nnd was so im others makepie, the field. Stripped seems to us, grows younger as the in touch with most of.was officers of the the "rads" of Casey years accumulate, will be a half a pressed with the simplicity of it that of Federal the N. F. P. O. C which was of he wanted just such a funeral. His are hungry and the woods will he century old next Monday nnd he is due his untiring activity and wishes were carried out, and ut two full of candidatos before the Aug going to celebrate the occasion in a course long to his service ns secretary of o'clock Sunday afternoon at the late ust primary rolls around. mirthful manner. Invitations have Branch No. 4. His efforts ns corres- home in the presence of a great The yearly horse show was n tame been received by his friends which pondent?rto thc Union Postal Clerk throng of neighbors and friends, Mr. affair: only three animals exhibited. read as follows: were of great service to, this local McClary complied with the request CunditT & Brown showed Aldermnn, 1805. 1915. same were highly appreciated by and the It a long way to Tipperary, and did it well. The burial followed in a splendid coach stallion, nnd a good jack, and W. C. Cundiff, 11 "cracker-jack- " But I've reached the fiftieth mile- union t'ostai ctreK. tile Lancaster cemetery. A good man has gone to his rejack, which was the extent of stone. COMMERCIAL CLUB If you will come on Monday, May 10, ward; may his deeds be emulated and the show. the world better by them. . at seven in tho evening The docket for the present term, To Meet Friday Night to Take Fur-and help me celebrate, while not heavy, has some important I shall be pleased. ther Action on Boone Wav. cases. There is one murder case BUSINESS GETTING BETTER "' ' I that on one Pemberton for killing. his -No gifts. - Excess bagguge can'"be -"carried'.' "X President J. C. McClary has called Say Jim Menefee,' Who Tell of 'It wifo. The killing- occurred' la5tWln Geo. D. Weatherford a meeting of the Stanford Commerter and the prisoner Tins been in jail It a happy occasion and Effect on Paint Trade since. He will likely be tried this those will be have been fortunate cial Club for Friday night at which who time action will be taken with refer term. Pemberton got infuriated be an "invite" nre looking ence to Stanford's position on the James T. Menefee son of Mr. nnd cause his wife went to a dance and enough to get much pleasure to it. forward with Boone Way location tight and matMrs. John N. Menefee, is here this going to the dance hall, stabbed her ters relating to the Dixie Highway. week, visiting the home folks and in- from the effects of which she died President Maict of the Boone Way Mr. Al Holme Dead. cidentally selling and talking Forest in a few days. He also severely cut Association has issued a call for the Mrs. Al Holmes died at Crab City Paint for which he recently ac- the man she was dancing with. Court cepted the agency and which he has will last two weeks and it is believed at 10 o'clock Monday morning appointment of two delegates to the put on thc paint map in this part of that every day of the term will be after a protracted illness of tubercu- - meeting at Crab Orchard on the 14th, the country. In speaking to the I. J. needed to clear up the docket, tew lnis. niiil 2fi vonrs. Tho fnnnrjit reading as follows: about business conditions nnd especi- visiting attorneys were present at services vveie held at the home of herjTo Members of Boone Way Associa "s "h" others concerned ally as they affect thc paint industry, the opening, the clients seemingly parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Thomp- A Mnntintv nf tlia iccnpintinn let preferring their home lawyers to son nt one o clock this afternoon by he said: (J. .McClary and the inter- huleby culled to convene at Crab "The weather has been ideal for til! those fiom a distance. Mr. J. outdoor work and judging from the Casey has moie com in the various ment followed in the Lancaster cem- Orchard Springs on Friday, May 14th great activity on the farms tlicro will cribs of the county than any county etery after appropriate words at the at 2 p. m for the transaction of busidoubtless be another bumper crop of its size and population in the grave by Eld. V. M. Tinder. De- ness, including the conclusion of the this full to export to our neighbors Mate I he Green river bottoms beat ceased had been .a member of the work of definitely routing and locaacross the sen who are spending their the world for King Corn and the Christian church for some years and ting the Boone Way from Cumber money, time and energy in an at- thrifty farmers glow it extensively. was a beautltul christian character. land unp to Louisville. The Mt. Ver- meeting of April 26th agreed tempt to annihilate one another. Busi A gentleman told the writer that No children survive but she leaves ai ness conditions all over the south arc many of the farmers had from 400 husband to feel keenly the loss of a uPn the route (or tentatively so) as Harrodsburg from Curh- impioving daily in every line. There to (100 barrels of the best grade in wife who was helpmeet in all the as Iberland Gup. bus been u wonderful improvement in their barns, while many others are word means. j Each county named below is en- the coal, cotton and hard lumber mar- selling at $3 per barrel. titled to two (2) Commissioners to Hubble Buy Phillip Property. kets during the past thirty days. Col Liberty has greatly improved since lections are much easier, thanks to the I. J. man was there lust. An ? the Routing Senator R. L. Hubble late last,?1 ". c the splendid new currency law. week purchased the house and lot KmnV? s,2" ,wSldJ wlU cnvene a immense brick hotel has taken the "Many new enterprises nre being oiniigs meeung "ic hostelry. of Mrs. J. M. Phillins nt tl enrnnr The following counties have been launched and naturally new buildings place of thc old Whipphave been 01 r.nsi .uuin anil i.oguu avenue, ine Brick business are a necessity, and right here is built, handsome houses homes have lot is n most desirable one and it is made eligible to appoint and send modern whore the paint nnd varnish man been added and everything looks understood that in time Senator Hub- Commissioners: Bell, Knox, Whitley, Laurel, Rockcastle, Lincoln, Boyle, comes in for his share of the business. in thc capital uf the good ble will raze the old dwelling und .Mercer, Jefferson, Anderson, Fayette, An improved paint and varnish trade prospciousCasey." By of the way, Stan- build probably thieo new houses on Franklin, Shelby, Woodford and Garis one of the surest signs in the world "State ford might fiom Lib- the lot, two probably facing Main of returning prosperity. To be sure erty in the take a lesson line. Her street nnd one on Logan avenue. The rard. electric light These counties are requested to there is always more or less of a flur- citizens enjoy a service of Phillips concrete storeroom directly name their two Commissioners, ry in our business at this particular the "juice" while we have to content on the corner was not included in the their Commercial Clubs, at once thru season of the year, but the season and 12 hours nnd frequently deal. It is understood thnt the propalone is not responsible for the mark- ourselves on concerns use "juice" for el ty cost Senator Hubble something send list of same to the President of less. Many the Association, at Mt. Vernon for ed impiovement in business which has like $3,000. record. been so gieat us tu keep the Forest power, something Stanford people would be more than willing to do und City Paint and Varnish Company After Boone Way matters are disUte Auto on Rural Route. pay good prices for the privilege. posed of the gient Dixio running night and day for the past The first rural route carrier in Lin- - question will be taken up Highway His friends in this county will be six weeks. One important factor in and discoln county to put nn auto in opera cussed by prominent speakers. thc improvement of our particular glad to hear that Jesse Huston, of Hustonville, is doing well tion on his line, so far us known is James Maret, President. business is that we have been In close Weatherford, who was re-- ! Mt. Vernon, Ky.. May. 1, 1915. touch with Mr. Henry Gardner of the in tho mercantile business in his rrancis appointed carrier on Route adopted home. He has a good gen- cently United States Bureau of Industrial B, out of Stanford. Mr. Wcath-erfoResearch, who several years ago wits eral merchandise store and is doing No. bought u Ford touring car Brother Arretted For Counterfeiting commissioned by the government to ail excellent business. "Jess" mar- from Lewis Wilburn una Jasper Wilburn Anderson Bros., of make an extensive study of the paint ried a Miss Brown, of Casey, and his and makes his route from this citv. brothers, of Corbin, were arrested by here to industiy, and to shed light upon this wife assists him in thc store. Deputy United States Marshal R. M. Hustonville hitherto peiplexing proposition. .Mr. Senator C'luis. Montgomery has re Milledgcvillc und thence to Morelaud, Young on warrants charging counterand Gardner carried on actuul timo tests cently built und moved into u hnnd- - quick time, givingback to Stanford in feiting. They wore arraigned before at numerous points throughout the homo brick law ollice and he has it the route splendid the natrons along United States Commissioner George service. country, and when he reported to tho furnished like u palace. Law books C. Moore nnd their hearings set for government the results of his long by the hundred till the shelves und he today. Failing to execute bond they Whooping Cough. and tedious work, my company al- has ull the other equipment neces"About a year ago my three boys were committed to the Laurel county ways on the alert and with a sincere sary to make his ollice complete. He juil. desire to give the public tho very best is getting a big practice and is prob- had whooping cough nnd I found Chamberlain's Cough Remedy tho that thc ma i ket affords in paint and ably thc most popular man in the Buy More Property. only one that would relieve their varnishes, immediately decided to county. coughing and whooping spells. I conMr. J. A. Allen, the munufactuie Time Test Best Paint on Casey's roads are in good condithe same formula that the govern tion unil her crops are fine. The tinued this treatment nnd was sur- contractor, has bought of W. H. expert found so far superior to drouth has not been us scvero there prised to find that it cured the di. Mueller his lot on Lancaster street ment very short time," writes and will very likely build on it. Tho all other paints. In fact vvu have so us in Lincoln and the lands seom to seaso in much confidence in this lino of goods stand dry weather better. An unus- Mrs. Aichie Dalrymnle. Crooksville. lot lies just soutli of Ed Wilkinson's Oiiio. For sale by nil dealers. homo und is a desirable one. that each package hears our qualified ually large act cage of corn is being guarantee, thnt this paint will wear put in and considerable tobacco will longer mid give better results gener- be set, notwithstanding the low prices ally than other paints, or pure white of the picscnt. lead and Unseed oil, otherwise we THE INTERIOR JOURNAL'S who was born and Chin ley will furnish without cost sufficient reuied in Carson, Thit Ballot Stanford, continues his iniht to repaint bulldirgs. Wo mean to Abode nt Liberty und is doing well. TRAVEL TOUR AND PRIZE CONTEST Mutt Be live up to that guarantee if it takes For nine years he has been H. W. the roof off the fuctory, and I havo Phillips' right hand bovver und the Voted on or today so instructed our hustling local two make a hustling team. Before ugent, W. K. Shugurs." Lincoln county people should reMay 20th member their old countymun, J. S. Sick Headache. Held, when they go to Liberty, He conducts the barber shop In the brick Mrs. A. L. Luckie, East Rochester, hotel und is well prepared to attend FOR N Y was u victim of sick headache to wants in 1iis DISTRICT No. line. und despondency, caused by u badly Two "bootleggers" were arrested weakened und debilitated condition und placed in jail. They were caught Addret of her stomach, when she begun tak- in thc act of selling booze and us the ing Chamberlain's Tablets. Sho rav. grand Jury is in session they will get ThI Coupon, when neatly cut out and brought or mailed to "1 found them plcusnnt to lake, also theirs in the next few days. It (s a the Content Department of the Interior Journal will count for the mild and effective. In a few vvuek' perton who nam it written thereon. thing to peddle whisky in time I was restored to mv former danscroi.s Voy. by ull ilaalori good health." For silo Contestant tbould clip and av the coupon and get their friend to do llkewi. (Not good after the data above mentioned.) Voto Today. Vote Early and Often Ask for Votes Atk for VvtJ- yuw "Favoilte." 1 rM-' ld o, w be-fo- re gen-tlem- Charley Armstrong n Wcr.t End negro, who was confined in tho Lincoln county jnil here to await thc nction of the grand jury on a house- breaking charge, mndo his cscano in .. -- "V.iV u 4 4 J1 A it 'tt c" rd - fr m"m I l" 3i 24-ho- for-mei- ly ul 1 Ji well-know- n 11 i$ OsT ': Good for 25 Votes t ? ' M -- K ... -- ,nWL , ! V ?' .- - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, May 4, 1915 The Interior Journal The Service We Render Many people look upon a Bank as merely place to put money for safe keeping. a This Bank is more than this. We render many services to our customers, so many that we cannot enumerate them here. But we want you to know that we are willing to help you with all financial matters of importance to yourself. '...w.-- . All matters pertaining to business of our customers arc held in the strictest confidence. 1 WALTON & SAUFLBY IN ADVANCE TENNESSEE OFFICIAL WINS LONG FIGHT .fi S Lincoln County National Bank Corner Next to Court House : : : Kentucky Stanford Capital $100,000 Surplus $100,100 Resources over $500,000 V t S i. 'X k Roots & Herbs gop's medicines CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- iv? TW CswWj Hernial Compounded according to tho Original & Exclusive Formulas & Bocipes of Charlio Wkito-MooThe Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for tho treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in tho Bible. Thoucands of Testimonials. tho SCIENCE SOPE, for the HuGreat Body-Toni- c. man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or writo n, OiaiN.roft or WHITE MOOTS CKtttHE IHDIM tmEOIES tCIEDCE WfE Mrs. CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N 3731 West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky fc C. ? B. to w- 4 W. LEIGH. HUSTONVILLE, KY. Ma- J. W. Beaton of Linden, Clerk of tho Circuit Court of tho Twelfth Judicial District of Tennessee, was for al S(sre at years a sufferer from stomach troubles Kttmi sC t HtonS riait miU matfr. In part a result of his conflnlms work. Ho tried doctor after doctor, Ho tried medicines without end. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Tho Interior Journal Is authorized .One day ho took a dose of Mayr'n to announce tho following candidates ! Wonderful Remedy. Ho wroto: for office, subject to the" Democratic ..Your medicine Is tho best in tho primary, August 7th, 1915. world for any form of stomach trouble, For Circuit Judge I am Rlad to say that after taking tho C. A. 1IAKDIN, of Mcrcor county. full treatment 1 feel that I am well. CHAS. C. FOX,, of Boyle county. "I had very severe pains In my stomFor Commonwealth a Attorney ach all tho time. One bottle of your E. V. PURYEAR, of Boylo county. medicine did mo ten times as much R. W. KEENON. of Mercer county. the doctors medicine, that J. S. OWSLEY, Jr., Lincoln county. good as alltwo years. My family phy I took for For Railroad Commissioner WM. F. KLAIR, of Fnyetto county. slclan told mo that I would never bo I am well. 1 have J. E. NEWMAN, of Nelson county. any better today pounds." gained tenty.flv( For Circuit Clerk Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives perJESSE D. WEAKEN. manent results for stomach, liver nnd MARSHALL C. NEWLAND intestinal aliments. Eat as much anrt For Representative In Legislature W. G. GOOCII. whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure of gas In tho More than fifteen thousand letters stomach and around tho heart. Qetono denting with tho Leo Frank case have bottle of your druggist nowif and try it not satisbeen received by Gov. Slnton. of on an absolute guaranteeGcorgin, within the past week. With factory money will b returned. very few exceptions the writers urge the governor to commute Frank's LANCASTER. sentence on the charge of having Mrs. Ellen Tcvts, of Oklahoma, is murdered Mary I'hugan, from death e to life imprisonment. The letters nro here for a visit to her sisters, II, K. Hudson nnd W. O. Rig-nebeing tied in bundles and stneked away pending the consideration by the State Prison Commission nnd the Miss Mary Akcrs, of Sonora, is the governor of Frank's application for guest of Miss Lillian Cochran. commutation of sentence. Members of Elmer East, who lives on the Poor the Prison Commission state that they Ridge pike, a very painful have received n thousand or more let accident by met with team run away having a ters urginc Frank's clemency. Governor- with him. He was thrown from a wag-elect Harris, of Macon, who takes his seat July 1st, has also been delug on and his letr broken. Mr. Stanley Ilnrris, of Louisville ed with letters, the writers fearing Scout Mnstor complimented that appeal may not be acted upon the State organization here by an en before iiov. blnton retires, it is gen the local ernlly believed in the South that the ?ung upon the banks of request will be granted. If there is a the Dix river, scintilla of doubt about the guilt of ImiIui u Kll. j ... ..uttnaofi county by the sudden Frank it were better to give him the Jessamine benefit of that doubt, and while life death of his sister, Mrs. Wm, Braden. imprisonment would not atone for Mr. Joe S. Hasolden will open up the horrible crime, it would ease the an ice crenm parlor and luncheon minds of a great many and satisfy room at an early date. He is having the public generally. Trial Judc the store room remodeled for his Roan's assertion that he was not cer- new enterprise. tain as to Frank's uuilt hns caused The Chautnuqua Circle met at the many to doubt that he should be hung. home of Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie on Water street and discussed "The Train-ini- nf the Will nnd Directing the The Cincinnati Enquirer says that j Child" prominent on the stage when Stanley Mr. mid Mrs. Wesley Simpson of opened his campaign for governor the Buckeye section of Gnrrnrd arc at Frankfort Saturday were former receiving many congratulations since A Editors and Mnnngeru. TEAB BTK1CTLY (( CLOTHES to MEASURE No line of merchandise has been so Improved In the last ten years as ready made clothing. Such high class workmanship as Is now turned out by the makers of our "Collegian Clothes" enables us to fit almost any shaped man yet there are some people so thin and tall, so short and fat, some so that they cannot be easily fitted, and many young men who want extreme styles and so all of these must have their clothes Tailor that way you get the length of your coal, the helghth of your vest, the sise of your trousers jusst as you want them. We make them to your meaiurr we make them just as you want them, If they don't fit you, you don't take them we ship them right back. Every suit made Is ALL WOOL, perfectly tailored and trimmed, at $15 to your measure to $30 the popular price for good clothes. We can fit you the prices are low the styles perfect. I t I I Made 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Mes-lnm- y. McROBERTS & BAILEY J"!0 -- Watch Your Children Often children do not let parents know they are contipatod. Thoy fcir They willliko Retail Onlcrhcs a mild laxativo that tastes like sugar, bold only by us, 10 cuita. Penny's Drug Store. Heard About Town DEMAND Formula House Paint purchases it. II. .& 1 Full Stock of Groceries, Crown Gasoline, chine Oils, Etc. Get my Prices. They will surprise you. Highest Market Price Paid For Country Produce Of All Kinds. Henry B. Hincs with S. W. Hager, present as Stanley's campaign mana ger. Henry Hines managed Hnger's losing campaign for governor in 1U07 nnd Eli Brown became so"prominent" while Prison Commissioner thnt the legislature took his job away from him. If ever there was a bunch of "dead ones" behind a candidate, Stanley has certainly corralled them in this trio. But then Stanley, fighting the battle of the liquor interests, in his race for governor, is killing himself so rapidly, that it is perhaps meet that the corpses all be gathered together in Kentucky's political morgue. prohibition A vote on State-wid- e was denied the people of Florida, but the drys will be given the pleasure iisuii vuuiMiiaaiuiicri xii munii iuu lliu ill rivill Ul Ulllt:i2 ill llll'll iiuiiii-- , One tipped the beam at five pounds on votir W. has 3fi.'J g, I M Jul St r Ivt Fresh Vegetables Always on Hand. Get Them in Three Times Each Week. v Best of Fruits of Various Kinds. Call and Get Some. of seeing the whisky business curtailed. The Davis bill, which provides that liquors shall not be sold in less quantities than half pints, and that packages shall be sealed, passed the Senate 22 to 12 and the House 45 to 23, and will become a law. This does away with drinking in saloons and converts the saloons into dispensaries. It is said that no State where the sale of liquor is permitted has such a drastic law as the Davis law. A Frankfort dispatch says that G. B. Likens has resigned his posituin . B. Cainpbell, Stanford. Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES , as assistant State Auditor to devote his entire time to canvassing for tho democratic nomination for Secretary of Slate. The gentleman does not seem to know that a bird in the hand is worth two in a bush, and that swapping a certainty for an uncertainty is mighty poor gambling. ut the Expense of ths Interior made hit nuns famous all over the United Statea and Canada. Composed of Root, Herbs, Barkt and Berries. Far treatment of Human Diteatea. Enjoy a vacation at Atlantic City hare IK 1 k ; Pursley'a Indian lIerbe- -5 Days' Treatment, Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment Dakota Jack's Creme Soap, Price 10c, 3 bars $1 .00 25c 25c DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy omoiNATon or PURSLEY'S INDIAN HERBS All on sale Shugars' Drag Store Stanford, Ky. Dakota Jack's Home Address: Atlanta, Ga,, at Kidney Trouble Often Causes Nervousness and Heart Trouble. Two years ago I was badly run down, not able to do any work; buffered from nervousness, heart tiou-blkidneys and blndd r in bad shape; no appetite, unable to do any work; and since using six bottles of 1 feel fine; Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, 11m in excellent health and can do most any kind of light work. Since I have been re using the Swamp-Roo- t lieved of all the above troubles. I cheerfully give the above testimony, and hope others may be benefited. Very truly yours, Westminister, S. C. Sworn to before me, S. L. BROWNLEE, Justice of the Peace. Co., Binghatnton, N. Y. Dr. Kilmer e, J. L. DICKSON, another five and a half anil the third six pounds. Crowds are gathering in J. S. Owsley spent Monday in various directions to see these boys mingling with the court which are. just alike and were born day crowd and pushing his candidn-e- y upon the same day. As they seem for Commonwealth's Attorney. healthy children the proud parents believe they will live to a ripe old John Chappcll, who was hurt while nge. loading a freight car ut Rowland, y The Junior Christian Endeavor of the Presbyterian church held several weeks ago, is able to be out a social on Friday evening at the again. home of Miss Lena Bright. Q. & C. Detective J. E. Wallin, of Mr. J. T. Sherrow died after a general decline at his home on Sugar Junction City, wns here between Creek ut an udvanccd age. The buri- trains Monday. He came up to get some geranium plants from Misses al was at Hebron. The following in the Lanmster Hampton. High School will represent their grades in the Declamatory Contest to The quarantine having been lifted, be held at the clo.se of the school: my stock yards will be open next Bcazley and Wallace Miss Mildred Bring in your cattle and Cotton; Sophomore, OwenHendren Monday. and Miss Georgia Moss: Juniors, Miss stock for it looks like the market will Knthleen Ogg and J. Wade Walker; be good. A. T. Nunnelley, Stanford. 30-- 2 Seniors, Miss Iona Dunn and Bradley Bourne. Uncle "Bonie" Cunningham, one of Messrs. W. O. Walker nnd J. L. the most respected colored citizens in Beazley were elected school trustees Lancaster, died nt his home in in Stanford Saturday almost unanafter a general decline of imously. Both arc splendid gentlemonths. He was known to have built men nnd their many friends believe more first-clas- s cisterns in this com- that they will do everything in their munity than any one that ever lived power to keep this splendid instituin this section. tion up to the high standard it has Dr and Mrs. Burdettc Ramsey, had in the past. who have spent the winter in the south and Mrs. James Holloway and Charles W. Milliken. of Louisville, little daughter, of Chattanooga, are who is one of the candidates for the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Burden? democratic nomination for Secretary the Ramsey of Paint Lick. of State, was in town Tuesday morn-- , At a call meeting issued by Mayor ing meeting democrats and shaking L. G. Davidson, there was launched hands. Mr. Milliken is a clever genan organization known as the Lan- tleman, and good democrat, but he caster Chamber of Commerce with found most everyone around here a- -' charter members. ready about twenty-fou- r Col. W. P. Walton, of LexThe following weie elected to serve ington,for the office he seeks. , for for the ensuing year: J. E. Stormes, president; R. L. Elkin, vice president; DEMAND Formula Label on your and L. G. Davidson secretary. The has membership consists of the citizens House Paint purchases II. & W.3li-2 and business men of the town and vi it. cinity and a committee was appointed Charles F. Evan, field worker for to solicit new members. Mrs. J. W. Elmore and mother, the Christian Endeavor in Kentucky Mrs. Chcnault were in Richmond for and Virginia, was here Sunday boosting the State Convention of tho C. the burial of Mrs. W. H. .Miller. Mrs. Fred Neighbors, of Louisville E., that is to be held ut Berea SaturMr. is the guest of her parents, Mr. and day nnd Sunday of this week. Evans addressed the societies of the Mrs. J. B. Bourne. Miss Georgia Dunn, of this county, Presbyterian and Christian churches is or. the program for two nddre Sunday fvpniiig nt Muen o'clock ut nt the State 0. E. Convention which the Presbytciian church. He ulso demeets in Berea this week. Her first livered nn address ut the Christian address is "Ye Visited Me." and the church at 7:15 on "The Christian Endeavor and Its Puis." Mr. Evans is second will be on Prison Work. Mrs. Ray Orrell und little sons, of an eloquent speaker and a grcut Fort Pierce, Fla., are here for a stay worker in the Christian Endcaor with her mother, Mrs. W. A. Price. movement. Dun-canto- PERSON There nre certain times of the year when everyone is more or less put out of condition nnd we recommend-REXALL CELERY AND IRON TONIC Tin, invaluable nerve builder will nid in restoring all the organs of tho body to a healthy state, toning up nnd the syMem, nnd gnlng new energy to the (pints. Will not the stomach. Your monev bnck if not satisfied. $1.00 the Bottle. SolJ Only By Us TOR THE TIRED, RUNDOWN AND OVERWORKED Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, THE j Ky. REXALL STORE I THE MOST ATTRACTIVE LINE OF SILKS, CREPES, CREPE DECHENE, POPLINS. IN CRAB SILK AND WOOL SHOES AND OXFORDS, SILK HOSE EVER SHOWN ORCHARD. COME TO SEE FOR YOURSELF. 1 1 L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. T. D. NEWLAND Opposite the Court-Houte- ,' Wants to Sell You a W. J. Oliver Plow. A Plow that is O. K. Also Your Good Fresh Garden Seed. Go To Farris' For Your f 1 Garden Tools and Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right. to Ltter Ac N j It. . ri 4 fl i A Car of Lehigh Just Arrived We have just unloaded a car of Lehigh Portland Cement at our warehouse. If you arc in the market for cement this is a chance you cannot adord to overlook. Lehigh is a cement which gives you the best value, for it is ground to such a fineness that it mates the strongest concrete. For You Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. for a sample size bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receivo a booklet of valuable Information, telling about the kidneys and bladder. When writ ing, be sure nnd mention the Man-for- d Interior Journal. Regulur fifty Take a splendid vacation at the ex size bottles for cent and 30-pense ot the interior Journal. sale at all drug sores. one-doll4, Prove What Swamp-Roo- t Will Do Chamberlain's Liniment. This preparation is intended especially for rheumatism, lume back, sprains and like ailments. It is a favorite with people who are well acquainted with its splendid qualities Mrs. Chrrles Tanner, Wabash, Ind., says of it, "1 have found Chamberlain's Liniment the best thing for lame back and sprains I have ever used. It works like a charm and relieves pain and soreness. It has been used by others of my family as well as myself for upwards of twenty years." 26 and 50 cent bottles. For bale by all dealers. Here's What You Want! The People's tise What Market Plact AdverYou Have to Sell Graduating Presents at Mueller's Jewelry Store, Stanford. HAVE one business ..ouse und one cottage of eight room3 and two town lots for sale, nil on Lancnster 1 street. Mrs. W. A. Carson. I 35-2- Protect Your Crops WHTH A COOD STRONG FENCE WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED FOR SALE. Milch cow and young calf. Cow an excellent milker. W. H. Rigncy, Hustonville, Ky. FOR SALE Forty yearling steers, good, young ones, and 10 young cows with their second eulves. A fine lot of 30-t- f. them. Josh Jones, Stunford. AMERICAN FENCE the best and cheapest. LLnlWlCEMENT It ROUT & MARTIN, Concrete Engineers. STANFORD, KY. W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard Kentucky r has been used on many of the largest municipal and paving contracts throughout the country a good test of its reliability. It will give you the best satisfaction in your concrete work. Come in and let us figure on your requirements. FOR SALE BV J. H. BAUCHMAN & CO. ) HAVE a new sheep dipping machine and aan experienced man to onerato same. Will clin sheep for 10 cents 'a head. II. K. Pepples, Stanf- ford. Phono II f'. w. I mp J. C. M'Clary Mrl Ell'tg.g.g.V J. L Beazley & Co., bIsssVsVTb Estimates on All Classes of Work. Block Work A Specialty. CRUSHED STONE For Sale At All Times. surgery, consultations. Eyes skillfully tested, glasses scientifically presetted. 10-3- m DR. J. G. CARPENTER Office in Lincoln Ccunty National Bank Building Eve. nose, throat, ear, Gen- eto, urinnry, rectal, pelvic diseases, A. S. PRICE Office BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J. DENTIST UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMEB Hours, 8 to 4 o'clock Office Phono 117. Hunt Phtn M ITH1F0RD, KENTUCKY. PHONE 41 Over Shugar's Drug Store UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Matting, Rugs. Fwnl- Furniture ture Exchanged fer all Klnfc Of Steele. ITANF0BD, KY. v -- i '' y,,v immmfi 11 3T ri 1 fA The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, May 4, 1915 flBalhii 2 S CONTEST Wmt ''''' J No Aches or Pains PtrW Did It for Me. "I find I'ertmft rtn excellent nprlnr? find umnier medicine nnd nin Rlad lo call tho nllcntloii of my friend to It. I know by Mpcricnco that Pcrunit Is n Rood medicine, nnd always recommend It whenever t hnv- - nn opportunity. I can truthfully iny that I havo nn trace of my old complaint, nnd havo neither nche nor pnln, ami en'oy life, Word cannot cxj.rcmi my uptreclallon for the good IVriiiia has tlono mc." DECLAMATORY Won by Mitt Mathenjr and Mr. Perry, Who Will Represent School. The keenest Interest wns manifested in tho Senior declnmntory contest held nt the graded school nudltorium last Saturday night, nn tho winners in the girls' nnd boys classes will be CASTORIA For Infants and Children. HAVE YOU A BANK ACCOUNT ????? If not, do you expect lo fo through life without one? Improve your financial condition. Make money tare it. Depotit it In the. FIRSTNATIONAL BANK where It will earn you interest and ecure you a living when you are old and too infirm to work. I t i : i PEnUNA THE SPRING AND SUMMER MEDICINE. until to net rrnmpi In my utomnrh. My attimacli I had ulek hfadncliea. neatly killed mc. My family phlclan I Rot me tempornrj' relli-f- . only Rar mil of pntlonco mid had Riven up nil I then int to Dr. hope of recm-ry- . Ilartman md ho ndvlrcd me to taKe Peruna. I not n bottlo of Pontna and nnd reel Soon UflnK en n.rnced woman, Jt.l'criuin URot better anil I nm now entirely cured It." Mrs. will never bo without iny romfort. llk a new I', U. 2, WodswortU. Ohio. Tlu'inav SI. Jlorciui. It. FV' - II i Opera House In ". :: Tonight The Wakefield Players reportniro of creaming farce comedies, intertperted with tome Excellent Mutic strictly moral. Thit it a guaranteed attraction. ADMISSION 10c and 20c With MovinR Picture! Pattie Rote McCormack Talbert. One who knew her well contributes the following upon her death at Los Angeles, California, of Mrs. I'attie McCormack Tolbert, who wns born land reared in Lincoln county, near McOormack's church, but had made her home in the west with her husband for n number of years. She iwas a sister of Mrs. Hen Ilryan, Nellie Allen, of Huttunvillc, were the .Messrs. Wm. and Janes McCormack, Little Miss Sarah lliinn. the little week end KUeMs of MIm Kliiahvth daughter of Mr. and Mm. A. M. of this county, and Mrs. Mitchell Stajx. Taylor of Iioylc. It. C. Ilncker nnd daughter, Mis Htinn, happened to n very painful Saturday, when she cot her The deceased was the daughter of Jnnie Mocker, spent Saturday in prattled with hot waleft arm badly Mr. William C. and Sarah Miller Hi oh mo ml. ter. McCormack. She was born August .Mm. Hen SimMing. of Lehanon, d Misses Ilallie Itosie licncdict, ,128th, 1803, aged 512 at death, und was her brother, .Mr. W. It. Hill and of Creator!, Caseyand county, have been buried April 17th, at Los Angeles, family. visiting their grandfather. Nathan Cal. She was the wife of Mr. Jt. C. .MixxeH Iiverne Neviun and Katli-erin- e llelileti, near here. Their father ac- ed home Monday. Mm. Young, who Talbert, a distinguished musician. Ilourne, of Ijmcaater, were the companied them here last last week has been quite ill, is somewhat im- .She was I eared in Lincoln county nnd RtieU of Mr. .Mnttie Neviiix. on husinciH. n proved now, her many friends are was educated for a teacher. At Mm. V. (). Speed, of the WVit Knd J. S. Horkei, prominent business glad to know. years of age, she taught school npent several days of hint week with man of Stanford, Ky., was in Middles-liui- o Mr. June Held, of Hustonville, is 'and received the highest marks of friend hero. from Saturday till Monday niuht a guest of the family of W. II. Haw- ' proficiency, receiving a first class Misa Sophrnnia Fox, who rame over isitme; his and daughter. street. Mrs. teacher's certificate on examination, from Fort ThomaN to attend the buri- 'Mr. and Mm. K. J. Frauris. He is nn kins on Fast Main returned from 'at this youthful age. After teaching has al of her crnnilmnlher, returned Sun- enthusiastic advocate of the Dixie Chas. iilt'cn Stanford where she visited nt the several schools in Kentucky, Mie day. Highway coming by the way of Cum- home of Mm. K. J. Lee. Corbin to Tyler, Texas, and engaged Mr. Mel). Itoyalty, who suffered a berland (iiip. i'inville Sun. in teaching. There she met Mr. fall some weeks iijo, is out ncuiii. The (!. Davenport, of Times. Mr. and Aim. Thomas Patterson, a noted ranchman, accident caured hint conKidcrable pain S. Main street, are rejoicing over the and married him and lived in Texas Opening. nnd inconvenience. arrival at their home of n eleven-poun- d The public is invited to attend my a number of years. Three children Mr. J. C. Coulter, of .Mlddleburjr. boy. Mm. ('has. Oatts, of Mc- complete showing hals were born to them; two dying in inof I the latest Ford owner in that coun- Kinney, is heie to ieu her mother, May 5th. .Miss Anna fancy; one little girl, Bessie, lived ty. AniliTMin Urns., of this city Mrs. O. II. Vaughn, who continues Wednesday, to be eight years old and was killed 1 him one yestcrdny. ill at the home of Mrs. A. It. Humble. Warren. by a little mountain burro, being Mr .and Mr Hen V. Smith, and miii. Somcrtet Journal. thrown by the animal. Her feet beContract Let for New School. Jan Smith, of Somerset, Mm. John Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Williams Sal-leAt ii meeting of the County Hoard came entangled in the reins and she Itnnkin and dauhcter, Miss Kva Han-ki- n of Ilarrodsburg, announce the enThis disaster motored to Lexington Saturday. gagement of Miss Marie Itarnes Sal-le- e of Kducation here Monday, u con- was kicked to death. Col. Hut, be-occuncd at Trinidad, Menilame.s C. M. and V. . Smith, to Mr. William Hrent Altshler, of tract was let to Haymond Fashauner, fore the death of this last child, Mr i of the I'reacliemville are at Louisville. The wedding will take near Millcdgeville for the construc- Patterson lost his Mrs. the bedside (if their grandmother place this summer. The bride is the tion of the new schoolhouse to be son removed then life.Seattle, Patterto Hear Iindou. charming daughter of the cashier of built on Harris Creek. A lot was ,and teiiiained a widow several Wash., years the Fashauner brothers M. It. Saliu spent Sunday in Louis-villthe McKinney Deposit Hank and a bought from the building cost $3.ri0, nnd then married Mr. It. C. Talbert. with hit wife, who in recovering niece of our county-man- , S. M. for $.10 nnd The death of her child was a great nicely from her operation, her many Owens and Mrs. Leha II, Cooke of making a total expense of $ 100 for the schoolhouse. which Mr. rashaun-'e- r shock to her nervous system and friends are glad to know. this city. will put up in nice style. Trustee made her nn invalid and she travJ. F. Kussell appeared before the elled extensively in the United .'hoard in legard to repairs for the State, hoping to regain her former Moore schoolhouse, nnd secured an health, and in lOO'.i went abroad with allowance for the work required. J. her husband and remained about one it. Myers, of Moreland will dp the year in Europe, und finally settled repairing and Jack Cnnden will do at Los Angeles, Cal. 'the painting, which will put the At Seattle. Wash.. Mrs. Talbert 'building in good shape. spent much time composing poetry and songs and wrote a booklet, enBuilding Skating Rink. titled the "Thirty-Foo- t Lot," which Mine Host It. M. Houchin, of Ex- was highly prized by the readers of celsior Springs, is about completing a same. Her ambition and desire was large skating rink nt his health icsort. to reduce her poetry to book form, Improements are being made in the but impaired health would not permit. building and n general cleaning up Mrs. Talbert had four sisters. Mrs. preparatory to the coming season Josie Dawson, of Ash Grove, Mo., Wc Have All which he believes will jc the best in Mrs. Hettie Hill, of Evnrt, Texas, Mrs. Benjamin Ilryan, of Stanford, the history of the place. and Mr.s. Mitchell Taylor, of DanDeal. Land ville; two brothers, William and Mrs. Hugh Heid has sold to her James McCormack, of Stanford. Pattie Rose McCormack was mother, Mrs. Mary F. Owsley, 10 Cj Plain White Organdies. trained in childhood and made &ct es of the old Abrahams farm on tho Crab Orchard pike in the Fast a profession of religion at an early Kiul for ?'J,:i0D. Tho land is unim-p- i age at McCormack's church. As a Plain White Voiles. child she was precocious and an apt oved. cholar and was admired greatlv liv Silk Warp Flowered Organdy. her numerous friends and was a duFrott Predicted for May Sth. There are those who are looking tiful and loving daughter, kind and for frost tomorrow night, but let us aliectionate sister, wife and mother. Sheer Flowered Organdy. hope that we will be spared it. It The ancestors of .Mrs. I'attie Rose thundeied on the night of Feb. 5th, McCormacI: Talbert were the Cj Staple styles in Batiste at 10c to 25c. which is a sure sign, they claim, that of Kentucky and helped to frost will fall Jubt three months later. make Logan's Fort. Caipenter's Fort and MeCoi muck's Fort, a part of the $J Voiles with Colored Embroidered Dots history of Kentucky. We extend our Reduced Ratet to the Derby. round-triwide at 50c for Waists and Dresses, 36-iprofoundest sympathy to the husThe L. & N. will bell Louisville on account of the band, brothers and sisters of this tickets to yard. Derby Saturday at $.'1.:15. This is the '.rood and noble woman. "A Friend." only reduced rate during tho races Thirteen Splendid Vacation Trips CJ Val Laces and Organdy Edges to trim; and the rate is only good for trains leaving Stanford oh Saturday. The given Free in tho Interior Journal's Colored edges to match flowers in material. big Tour and Prize Contest limit for returning Is three days. viit-ite- V. I). Onliornc, of (I rand Hnpldft, Mich., wan the jjuct of friends hero last week. Social Calendar .Mim lies Adams, of McKinney, I April ti Dixie Uuok Cluli will mi-c- t with Mins Lottie Cnrnmi nt 2:3(1. learning the millinery luiriew at (iooch Sister.- - Somerset Leader. Mrs. Lucy Reynolds, of Waynes-iiiiij- r, J. V. Taylor w Mnmliiy in has been the uest of her sisHichnnuicl on limine. .Mm. K. J. Ilrown wan in Ijiiicantcr ter, Mrs. Wm. Moner. V. T. Hawkins, of Corbln, was the the firat of the week viflliiii; hor win, KuhM-l- l KUest for seeral days of Miss Anna llroun iitul wife. Jame Cii(iiir han returned home Chancellor. Sam Hurch, of HoUrcc, Ala., spent from a vUit to relative at Litchfield, several days last week with his moIII., nnil oilier point. ther, .Mrs. .Mary Hurch and other rela.MUncri Itolierta and Stmlu lllniii and tives. Personal and Social KUM .Miss HAV Mr I , A LAF Mary Vnnoy has been ipiite ill for severnl days. James !'. Cummins left this morning for a business trip to Irvine, Jackson nnd Hcuttyvillc. Mr. J. W. Adams, of Corbin, passed through to Liberty yesterday, where he is spending a few days meeting his old friends. Mr. Adams lived in Casey for a number of years and is very popular there. Mrs. S. M. Owens of McKinney, is waek or F.xccUior Springs it trying to rid herself for aa vexatious of o, spell of rheumatism. W T. Hixler and family, of Mercer county, are also there, the former for treatment Mrs Sallic Walls, of I'inchard, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Mnrgnret Young at Highland, retain- the representatives from the Stanford High School nt the Intcrscholnstlc meet to be held In Lexington within n short lime. A Inrgc crowd of friends nnd patrons were prcrent to witness the exercises, nnd nn unusually nt- ti active program or music nntl recitations was rendered, testifying to the splendid work of the two teachers, Miss Ellen llallnu, of the music department nnd Miss Esther Hurch of the Expression department. In the young ladies' class, the winner was Miss Anna Katherine whoso subject wns "Dora," Miss Sallic Mills Craig being second. Igo Perry won the boys' contest, his sulijcct liclng "Life's Lessons," with Ferdinand Matheny second. High School Notei. The baseball nine of Eubnnks will Journey this way next Saturday for a game with the locnl Inds. On next Fridny evening the Do mestic Science Department will give n 1'ie huppcr at the graded school It will he remembered that the one given some months ago was quite an enjoyable nITnir nnd it is the belief of those in chaigc of this work that the on Friday will be even a moio en joyable occasion for nil who attend. By some oversight the name of Miss Efllc Ware, of the Junior class, wns left off of the April Honor Roll. Shirley Gover is on the sick list this week. Rev. J. A. Trostle was tumble to accept the invitatio-- i to preach the Haccalnurcate sermon and in his stead Rev. 0. J. Chandler, of Lexington, has consented to deliver the rrmen. It will be held in the Onera House this year in order that seating capacity may be had for till who wish to attend. The Senior Class of this vear has decided to change the manner of receiving presents on commencement night, instead of having them placed on the stage as has been the custom in the past, presents and flowers will he left in the hack of the room. This is done in order that no one in the class may be embarrassed by the presents or by tome present that is of a suggestive nature. y, Custom ALCOHOLS PKIt f'PWT. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature Mb ty ASccclabk lingllieSKmlijnidBowhof ' Sxx M Promofcs Dfeesflonflwrfi-ncsnnd Restonlaln$nrirr Opium.MorpltiU! nor Jl'acril WOT NAnC OTIC. s of stPfttroUDcJawnuat Autltni JUtriMt JhtrltlUt- tItimSrrJ- MM- Ay j In ri7 - W liij isv Aperfcrt Remedy iter 4I. Cnni.Clnn'irllibrGmtiijianiirrfrtf onvuIskmsJoxrijit aBaH 1 aflff Use For Over ) ! Vorrasf KJHK licSsnUt siAuruw of & u e2 The Centaur Comi'AICT, NEW YUHft, Thirty Years JS THE Cf BV EP8$ Guaranteed under the f'oodnij III Pf I IB COMPANY. NIW Exact Copy of Wrapper. NTAUH TOM CITT. Graham Springs Hotel HARRODSBURG, KENTUCKY Votes given Free on both Old and New Subscriptions to the Interior Journal. Doing Good Concrete Work. The attention of the public is call ed to the advertisement of Rout & Martin, the concrete contractors, who are doing some mighty good work for our homo people. They have just completed a job for E. B. Campbell which was a decided credit to their ability in their chosen line. Two Marriage Licentet In April. County Clerk G. B. Cooper wants to know what is wrong. He issued only two marriage licenses in the Opens May rirst, nineteen and fifteen IMPROVED SERVICE, ACCOMODATIONS,, ETC. TENTION TO DINNER PARTIES SPECIAL AT- Opening Dall, Friday evening May seventh, nineteen and fifteen Dinner .. I six-tee- 6:00 P. M. to 2:00. A M. Dancing 9:00 P. 2:00 A. BEN C. ALLIN, Proprietor. M. to M. son-in-la- .1(-- month of April and wonders if the fault lies with him or with the people. If the trouble is with his office he wants to know where he has erred that he may make honorable nmends. NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. Rev. E. M. Green, of Danville, is expected to preach at the Presbyterian church on Sunday next at the DISPLAY IN Mid-Summ- er e, Millinery May 5, 6, 7, 8, In All Spring Hats Mid-Summe- r. e. I , For Making , morning service. On Wednesday night at 7:30 the mid week service will be held at the Piesbyterinn church. Subject " Cornelius a Captain of Spiritual Visions." Everybody invited. Rev. L. C. Kelly, of Campbells-villwho is here with his wife at the bedside of her mother, Mrs. T. D. N'ewland, preached at the Baptist church Sunday morning and evening, while Dr. Early, the pastor, went to Campbellsville. and filled Mr. Kelley's pulpit. Mr. Kelly is a pleasing speaker and the many local friends of himself und his popular wife, were glad to have the opportunity of hear-n- g e. A Reduction Come and catch on to the prevailing styles for Catch approved styles for Summer wear. Pretty Sheer Dresses Necessary Materials him. 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. 4i EMPORIUM, CHAS. WHEELER, Hustonville, Ky. r- q t -IL i J in JifCaxwfeU Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- -44 pio-nee- iRoadsterJ Price fully equipped with 1 7 new features The biggest automobile value ever offered for Im than $1,000. One of the sweetest running Roadsters in CURES n. p Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker,. sme&. xc"cJZ.'o;.7, Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry (or JrtltoJUiinlittSl-- il 1 Mia K.l DnrtnU Ihidtfown. Kr.. "I h y"J poblltv leroedy mad, llrurn gaprtaodlimbcrneclt wioulfuL ' dfoppnl dowftliictllol Wii! Coofnrt. Br(UlOHfi( Ky..Mrt: "One drop ci Krcirc lull the vonn ad fdirvri tht chick I Diuaily. I ti the bnt preventive 1 hv cref uxd." , Mffl. and Gusranttcd by J. KobL Crumc. Birdstonn, Ky. Price 50c at all Drngl:t:. r: R'f 4.t44 . SEVERANCE & SON SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI Sunday. ROUND TRIP and may 9th. RETURN $1.50 Ak 101 FROM JUNCTION CITY SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5i35 A. M. Ticket Agent for Particular II. G. KING. l'a'r and Ticket Aent General New Note. One hundred spenkers under the direction of the Kentucky Illiteracy Commission, will conduct a three month's campaign beginning in July. Edwin P. Morrow opened his campaign for tho Republican nomination for Governor, at Puintsville yesterday. He made no mention of Statewide prohibition, but said he would stand on his party's platform. A petition tiled in Atlanta for tho of Leo M. Frank will not be acted upon until the case is restored to the State courts from the Federal courts, it was unnounccd lust night. Work of surveying tho proposed lintercounty feat turnpike ucross county line has been completed nnd the survey tiled with the State. The sum of $42,000 has been appropriated for the construction of this road. Wilkes II. Morgan, county judge of Anderoon, will make the race for the democratic nomination for Attorney in the district. The proposition to issue $500,000 in bonus for road building purposes was defeated in Uoyd county by 370 l'u-llas- PENNY'S DRUG ST SOLO BY ORE, STANFORD, KY. PALM BEACH SUITS CLEANED ."50 Ccnis Our Facilitie for Cleaning Palm Beach Suit are Unexcelled. 'We Clean Everything Hut Reputations." 'We Wnsli Everything Hut tho Baby" Stewart Carton Bryan ferkin WESTERN UNION BUILDING Phone City 9000 We Call For and Deliver All Work $670 JPJB!i 5sit When Motoring to ....DANVILLE.... Stop At The Ander-bon-Frnnkl- in Shop Perfect. And Refresh Yourself in our Soda Parlor. DANVILLE, - The greatest all around hill climbing car in the world. ( H. C. CARPENTER the world. Holds the road at 50 miles an hour. The easiest car to drive in the world. i3.i?2.i.lUJ Don't miss BL7iBBr opportunity ntWB J". Panama-Pacifi- c ifornia the wonderful San Francisco for educational and pleasure travel afforded by the Exposition TrT East Main St., Lexington, Ky. Itoosvelt's evidence in the $50,000 suit brought against the former President by William Unrnes will be concluded next Thursday, votes. SHOP PERFECT (Incorporated) KY. Agent at Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky llllJ hff' Ttm San Diego Tickets are on sale, every day at Panama California Exposition Very Low Excursion Fares via Southern Railway of ttw South For full Information, see Ticket Agent, Southern Railway lor write B.H.Todd, District Passenger Agent, Southern Railway, Louisville, Ky. m , r? "0 $ .r." V A y -- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, May : 4, 1915 . Farm and Stock News ! FOREST CITY 1 "nmjBfejit I I J . --- v v There is no doubt about Voltaire being the best breeding as well as the Manufacturers and Dealers in best bred big horse in the county and possibly in the State. Each time he High Class Monuments. has been shown he has easily won first premium and his colts have won Original Designs and Prompt Service QualityConnections first every year they have been shown. There has been more demand for at Guaranteed and Marble Quarries. all Granite Office and Works on Cemetery Hill. big horses within the last year than was ever known before. Quite a good 'phone 1G4 Closed on Saturdays many farmers have almost stopped raising horsesand that is sure to make STANFORD i t KENTUCKY a demand for them. Nearly every farm paper you see advises the farmer to TO THE PUBLIC. raise bigger and better horses. I think right now is the farmer's opportuniI represent the largest and bet in this ty. Bring your good mares to Voltaire and you are sure to get a good colt. country Ed V.clothing&house Chicago Co., Price measuring and III. My He will make the season at my farm, one mile from Stanford on the Dan- directing experience inof your clothes, the milking ville pike at $15.00 to insure a living colt. Money due when colt is foaled. i, uiu tho advantage over one who If a I will also stand a good young Jack. He is a heavy big boned fellow, is notme practical tailor. will you will promise your order I tfivo you a square deal. You will get the and I think will make a good breeder. Will stand at $10.00 to insure. worth of your money, either in the mude-to-order Voltaire 55140 J. NEVIN KENTUCKY CARTER STANFORD, " YOUR PROPERTY d Ind., the most expert anil famous driver of nn nuto in the world, works freely tinder the brush, covers was here last week mingling with his H. & W. customers. w. I.. Urnitam, oi fiercer, soiti ur. surface thoroly to stay covered, also leaves an Fntmers hnvc made good progress Withcr-nooof Lnwrenceburir, ft planting corn, many finishing just bed jack for $800 and n attractive appearance. ARealPainl Wilha Real Guarantee fore dogwood winter broke, nut straw right or Lincoln tor Jnck to Joe' hats back in the closet anil brought T one to Thurmond & Pe- "How Wld. Is a 'GETS-I$1,000 and Wall, a Smll. Never use cheap Paint (the Best is always cheapoitt o croon ts. ters for $050. God Deal Otsr 2 F..l" Mnny of the fishermen hnvc repeatwith Buy Time-TePaint Don't gamble when you buy Paint, Allen K.White's farm of 512 ncres Thr-'- a no corn or cnllus among the est in the end) therefore ask your dealer for overcome by tho undying In Shelby which was offered nt public millions of feel 111 tho orld that "IIKTH-IT- " edly been lietter-Iuck- . next-timthe following guarantee! but escape. hope of and accept will not remove there's no sale was withdrawn. Former Mayor H. & IV. Pure Prepared "C1KTS-IT- " Is tho new way, the simple, none, yet, has returned early enough V. O. Head, of Louisville, made the common-sensauro way. It does away of an evening to display n full reel. highest bid, $110 the acre, which was with greasy ointments, salves, pnd, cotno substitute. We guarantee that our Forett City Time.Test Paint will Miss Martha Tucker spent Saturrejected. knives, scissors, day nnd Sunday housekeeping for her ton rings, harnos-rpeel off) will work eaiier; wear longer and not crack,' flake or The quarantine having been lifted, rniors, fllr. and tbe limping and the grandmother, who is not well. walk ot so many my stock yards will be open next pnlntul plguon-toMiss Rosa Lynn Childress and Miis High grade Paints have the analysis label on each how batter rasulis generally than other pnints or pure white people. All joudols put Sdrops Monday. tiring in your cattle and up Sain Lynn Tucker drove out Friday " corn stirltt-stock for it looks like the market will I of "OETS-IT-bye. on-l- lie Nothing else III tho world to congratulate lead and limeed oil. We hereby agree to furnish paint to Demand and accept no brand of Paint nnd good their little friend, can. be good. A. T. Nunnelley, Stanford. Millions nro Using It. Mary O. Jeffers on her birthday nt like "CJET8-IT.- " 30-- 2 rlor-- s not show analysis I Tlicro'ii no pain, no trouble, no changing repaint buildings without cod, if in any cate it it not found its contents. : : : : Heights, and conhir hum? on The r.ssoc); tiuri at I slims twuuse vl corns, The original fair nected with whut they vote the best "OKTri-IT- " Is aold by druggists every Tor Sale By at auoVe represeut-it- l. ns with Dr. A. V. Cni Somerset uvuiri ui mui president, nnd the same hustling wuere, w Jt Co, Chicago, unci. j .. ice cream nnd nngel enke they ewr SHUGARS' DRUG STORE, STANFORD, KY. tutotl the last always best. board of directors, will conduct the Lnvirt'lice Promoters and propagandists nro Sold in Stanford and recommended fair this year. August 31 nnd Sepof tember 1, 2, nnd 3 are the days select- ns the world's best corn cure uy always with us in varying degreesnnd zeal and persuaiveness. .Masonic ed. Shugar's Drug Store. Mnccabee fraternities, and the noble J. W. l'eek, of Turnersville, has deSTANFORD, KENTUCKY brethren who never do anything tolivered to Pence & Hill, of this city, day that can he done WATT'S CHAPEL his wool crop for the season, amount ns the Folded-HanFarmers are nlmost through planting to 135 pounds, for which he got the 32 cents n pound. Jiis fleeces ing corn in this section, but ruin is society have held been age to date till nil records hne rubbed out by averaged about four and n hnlf needed badly. canvassers for new A Lftnally GUARANTEED Mrs. Orlean Mounts, of Williams- the ever-fres- h pounds to the sheep. the Ancient Oriental BroThink o( lt.ll r Farmer, hm'i a remedy for hoc cholera spent few days last week with You have open to you a Morgan cream market. The cheap ship, Hog n handsomeSmith liaughman shipped burg,mother n and brother, Mr. Andy jinera of of Yellow Dogs. The lodge that Is sold under a "Lceal Guarantee Hond." How therhood her little Shetland stallion can yon afford to take charters against hoc cholera ping rale of 36c for a can, 41c for an right and 44c any other f niter already when von can ret tills rcmedr on such terms? Monday to II. K. Young, the Adair Thompson for a ten gallon can via the L & N., gives you an opportunity to and rate of growth promises its Mr. and Mrs. I.ilb.irn Iirent and Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy county stock buyer, at Columbia. Mr. ship to PQBrCdj!H. Is tbo only rrmly ever put up that Is (guaranteed to cure and prevent i Young picked him out while here a tic daughter, Katherine, of Point memuerMiip win soon equal an. as nog cholera. It does the work better than any other known rem car. II it short time ugo nnd will use him for Leavell. visited their parents, Mr. uud minors are eligible to membershipbig It did not. It would not be sold on such a strong euaraatcc. At All ia l"ain ,nnt ",l! organization has i Drusslsts. Write for fr.a booklet tellln? how to save your boss, breeding purposes. He paid Morgan Mrs Willie Smith Tri-Sta- te Ky. nOURIION RKMBDY COMPANY. Leiln-tn- n. Mr. W. M. Gutman went to Mt. ailvantntre of othiT. $100 for him. Complaints of failure of tobacco C. R. Martin sold four yearling Vernon Monday on business. I r, Mrs. Millard Robbing is visiting her ',cil-- i come from n quarters und steers to S. II. Oatts for $210. 13 a RESPONSIBLE, SAFE and PERMANENT Creamery with more Miss Nannie Davis this week, nge about here is like to be very much shonts to Dave Rankin at seven cents than 8,000 cream shippers. Every shipment is paid for Spot Cash Miss Melsadie Chndwiek and Miss short of that contemplated. Some are a pound, two cows to K. R. Gnlbreath and guaranteed against loss or damage in transit. IT YOU DO at five nnd n quarter cents n pound Nell (iooch were callers on Miss Sa- - industrious y hauling water in effort nv NOT HAVE CANS, WRITE FOR FREE TRIAL CANS. SHIP OR . d hogs to J. C. Johri' lenn M. Hoyse Thursday afternoon. four All vegation needs rain badly, WRITE TODAY. Mrs. Willie Smith is with her ston at seven cents per pound, one fat grass. .Mrs. Frank Higgins near pecially spring sown grains nntl heifer to Nick Moreno at six cents n Mr- - K' Miller, of Louisville, a boy pound, pair of horse mules, four and Lancaster this week. Mr. Ilillie Fletcher has given hi chum of Fred Jeffers. near Kidd's five years old, 15 hands high, to m brought his brother. Coleman, M. J. Farris, Sr., for $225 and bought place of section foreman up nnd will Store, Mr. und Mrs. Longncre nnd .Mrs. Tom go to farming again. a milk cow of Hill Wilson for $50. Capital Stock $75,000. Capital Stock $75,000 Mrs. Jennie Iirent. of Point Leniell Vavidge for a day's visit to to Fred Danville Messenger. family. Cyclometer, odmctcr and M. J. Farris, Jr., of Danville, re and mother, Mrs. Willie Smith were and speedometer registered 97 miles to turning from Cincinnati, where he the guests of Mrs. Charlie Robbins this town, and covered in three hours witnessed an inspection of horses bv Tuesday of last week. H II. Howard and son, George "without ;i. bobble." i Their visit was n .. . government representatives, says the i Our entire stock of New Spring Goods m "ciignuui shock io ino.se visueu demand tor sound horsese for army spent n few days of last week with a THE SIGN OF SAFETY FIRST. day to those of the her daughter. Mrs. Susie Mink of unlimited, but use is practically is full to has arrived. Every party who first saw knobs in a blue- horses that will pass tho rigid inspec Hud-li- e RESPONSIBLE. PERMANENT. SAFE- Mrs. Will King and daughter. Wil- - grass setting. A tion they are subjected to about as brim. was the chicle. were the guests of Mrs. Charlie scarce as hen teeth. Mr. Farris was of the town strove to dis- ( tendered a contract to buy cavalry Robbins and daughter Thursday. Men's and Young Men's Clothing, Ox- Mrs. Sallie Thompson nnd Mrs. nhusc the fans of the party of any horses, but declined on account of the Old ( Roads extreme scarcity of horses in the Jennie Ramsey, of Crab Orchard, suspicion that The should ross gauged fords for Men, Boys and little Gents, Ladies be. country that come up to the specifi- spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. typical hospitality the boys gave ."' the goose-eggin-g cation required by the buying agents. Annie Walton. and Misses. We are showing these in all .Mrs. Lucy Green is preparing to go '"J',1' J1"1'. fr"m V'(!,1,1V'bl,rK: Can oil Duddernr says that his has his rK'l McMullin j, - rof- good mare Jewel Eagle, has just foal- to Pinevillc to teach thsi year. leathers;' also White Cravenettes, with red A tenant house of F. F. Robbins, .hunch fo well prepared for closing ed one of the largest colts he or any to Green River other horseman ever saw, the little occupied bv Oliver Hopkins was des- - , exams he took themaddini- - n day to rubber soles. I will stand this great sire and show horse picnicking fellow measuring full 45 inches at troyed by fire Monday night. holidays. The boys are equally Mr. Jack Lcece passed to his birth. It is a stud colt nnd is sired A new line of Dress Goods, Children's 1'11 for the season of 1915 at Nunnelley's Stock J1"1 ' " tlll,,r college yell, which by Allen Edelen's great sire Bohe- nal resting place very suddenly last -Saturday night. April 21 anil was w" "" 1" K,vcn evc'r-Y- . to,v",.0".tni?.lr mian King, Mr. Duddernr having Wash Suits, Little Dresses and Little Play Yards the low figure of u h"P iha ' rf- - McMullin ro"tt; farmed his mare to htm. The colt is buried at the King burying ground. W1 contentedly continue in executive Ask for Votes when paying sub- Suits for Boys and Girls. Camp Fire and a red sorrel with star and snip. His mother, Jewel Eagle is the dam of .scription. They cost nothing extra anil ,',no,s I'opularity of "Rook" may well be win u Tennis Oxfords. Elizabeth Stagg which has made a will help vour "Favorite" estimated by fact that u suburban splendid vacation trip. record in the show ring. ; Money due when mare is parted with or regrandfather and wife came to town We have a large supply of Straw Hats of Saturday night for a game, and it is Mt. Vernon Has Lady Lawyer. DeafnCSS Cannot Be Cured,, thought after example of Congress moved from county. all kinds for Boys, Misses and Little Folks. ti.r- - rannot iv.ih th the clock , was set back.. to prevent the Mrs. Annie Miller was grunted law ir l . . .. , r the ur Tbt rr 1. only one . Carroll Preston has been before the public license here Monday. Mrs. .Miller has wsrtoinfit . and Mat I. I nillulgn- - g""e muMiig lo hik u lap over alio- Call around and we will show you. IK'anifK I. iauil t.jr an inn.mfil bath morn. been a stenographer for mnny years; al rmtllK. lb tmlltluti i.r tnutvui llntnjr m ln. long enough to need no extendpd description. Don't forget that I). W. Dunn has nas worked in some of the best Tul. When tlila lulw u innatmtl on l.at in the State and we doubt if rumi.utiff froiinu ur iciMrirci bearing, ami wnea plenty potato and other plants. It vnllrrlr i.hi He lias proven an exceptional breeder of high Mndamo Meddle.yme does say a (very many who are being examined nnl-thi Inflammation '"Z'u.'ui.TXi "It put up a better examination than she thl. iuIm rratnri"! to lt4 n.Tni.1 r.mllllra. hrnr- - trousseau is neuriiHKnpletion by ur nlll I' class horses both for saddle and harness pur'did. It is not Mrs. Miller's intention luc art ra.ltiilttrui'U r.rTr. nineU ra r.tbut diers artists which"ll give the old iiolhlni: I.r Catarrh. KtiUli tru s a week'h wagging. Inflamed condition nf Hi iu.iihkih atirfana. at this time to be active in the legal anWp will give any n lhi Ilundn-poses. He is in fine shape this season, and I. liar, lor work except in connection with her of lieafueM. Our ball team was a little more hr ciitarrhl that ranut It work, but should she rrnvd br Hall' I'atarrh Cure. h.itd tar drcu generous toward their Needmorc stenoL'ianliie you will make no mistake in breeding to this guests than they were toward the decide to give up the latter and de- - lar, iree. i j. i iik.i;i u. in., une Middlebutghcrs permitting a score. ,mic net cm iii e nme 10 me legal proSold br Inilst. ?". great animal. Two Hustonwllc boys took places in fession, there is no question but that Take Hall's 1'aiiillj- l'llli fur iMOttlratlua. she would be a success. If the land Needmore's play and tilted tho balKENTUCKY GENTLEMAN Ideal goes through and it looks it is un ance too pronouncedly in favor of MASON'S GAP. (assured certainty this time, Mrs. r, No. 5167 A. S. H. R. Nominate your "Fuvonte" today. visiting team for home fans' indulwho now holds a good position gence. An unpleasant scrap between Will Kirkpatrick visited his in Pinville, will return to Mt. Ver umpire and a member of home team at Moreland this week. a handsome chestnut with beautitul mane and tail; is 15.3 hands non and hae charge of tho Mt. VerMrs. Annie Hooker and Miss Pearl slightly mm red the otherwise swift non office will weign about l.iau pounds; nas ine very nest f feet and and of the Rockcastle Coal Hooker entertained tuite a number of ru,,".,V legs; good flat bone, broad sloping shoulders; short, stout back and Co. Mt. Vernon Signal. This burg enjoyed a fine their friends bunday. a horse of the most wonderful endurance. He is an impressive horse, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Davis visited rain Sunday afternoon which reached standing still and is more so in motion; sets himself just right, Oil, Oil, Attention Farmers. but u short distance south of town. her mother Sunday. never touches himself any where and has exceptional speed at I can save you money, can fill your Miss Moicnce uurke is on the sick the rack and trot. He was one of the most successful horses shown barrel, or sell you a No. 1, up-t- o Commercial Club Meets Friday Night list. last year. He was shown at three fairs and won the combined staldate steel barrel with faucet, Ii0 galJim Kitts und Henry Kitts. of The Stanford Commercial Club is lion class at each place. lon capacity, at a low figure, and fill Neal's Creek visited Will Kitts Sun FriKentucky Gentleman has the qualities that are necessary to the ; called to meet nt the court-hous- o same with the best oil at low prices, day. day night at 7:30. A full attendance production ot a perfect horse color, size, style, speed, action, and saving you from $1 to $2. J. L. Robbins and J. It. Robbins and is desired as endurance, and ideal breeding. He is sired by Chester Peavine If you cannot make arrangements fumilies enjoyed u pleasant Sabbath of the members to be considered. 3184, by Rex Peavine 1796, by Rex McDonald 833. Dam, Flora taut business is through your merchant, call or phone by taking a drive. Carter 8419, by Red Squirrel 53, by Black Squirrel 58, by Black atniiunrtl UH Agent, J. W. SWKKN- Little Shelton Saufley Hooker is Eagle 74, by King William 67. Lancaster, Ky. Phone 1D2. 30 on the sick list In offering the services of this grand young horse to the pubMr. Will Miracle has returned to lic, I feel that I am giving them their money's worth. Give him Good Farm at a Bargain. Harlan county. . the same class of mares and I do not believe there is a horse in I will tcll my home farm of 230 Miss Grace Erwin and Mr. John the State that will beat him producing high class colts, (no matter acres at n bargain if taken in the Miraclu visited near Hubble Sunday. how high the service fee.) Breeding to Kentucky Gentleman is no next 30 days. This is a great opporMr. Harold Johnson and mother longer an experiment. Bring him a good mare and he will get you Who want FRESH MEATS, tunity for some one It. II. llro visited Mr. und Mrs. liurke Sunday. an extra good colt. Do not take your mares thirty or forty miles to GROCERIES, BREAD, GAR. naugh, Crab Orchard, Ky. Clip the 25 Vote Coupons and Vote 33tf breed when you have just as good a horse right at home and for DEN SEEDS, FRESH for your "Favorite." less than half the money. The beautiful Lcland Piano Kentucky Gentleman will make the season at my home, one and the LADIES who ,Free in the big Contest will lie pur For a Torpid Liver. mile from Stanford, on the Danville pike at $20.00 to insure a living need SPRING HATS, will find chased from the Hamilton-Smitcolt. Money due when colt isfoaled. Care taken to prevent acci"I have used Chamberlain's Tablets all these at W. H. LAIR'S at Music Company, of Stanfotd. dents, but not responsible should. any occur. off and on for the past six years prices lower than anywhere else. whenever my liver shows signs of beCall and see our stock before ing in a disordered condition. They have always acted quickly uud given you buy and you will save mon. me the desired relief," writes Mrs. F. II. Truhus. Snrlnirvi He. N. V. For sale by all dealers. one-han- Paints and Varnishes st bought In I'ulnski Out t county ten mules nt $.00 to $150. ex- -. The vnluc of mules nnil horse Tjtfi . It't the World's Wonder; Never Fall. in.i ia vv, ",- -. i.. i. IUI iCU 111 .illlilll HIIIUUIHVll if nIn the ryes nt your feet, You'll mnko , IPO, n compnrcd to $801,188 nnd you'll llnd nftcr you uto',(KTH-IT.- " nmc month In 1914. tho plncM whom tlioso Mankety corns Fox Dutltlcrnr sold his wool some tvicd to le, Juit n smooth m your cheek. tlmo neo to Thurlow Jonea nt 25 cents n pound, nntl hits delivered it. He hnd I'Jrt pounds nnil il nvrtiRctl lie hnd 12.1 pounds nnil it nvcrnccd dcliicred to John K. C. Hocker of Wilmorc, on Saturday Jewell, -morninc 24 Unite fed cnttic, woikii- injr I, lot) pounds nt seven nn n nnir I Tvy,t'- cents n Pound. itsi Sam I.. Hays and n number of other farmers of the Aliccton section i of Iloylc, sold their mmhs to George I to 10, nt V. Crain, Jr., to go June elcht cents n pound. C. T. Ilohon 2Drnf goo-go- 8ETS-I- II T C.mssjh. Ctritt Dm&'l relievo your Indigestion. Many people In this town liavo used them nnd wo lmvo yd to hear of n caso where they have failed. Wo know tho for rnula. Bold only by ta 25o a box.' Penny's Drug Store. rill WHEN YOU PAINT "Tic Brand That Satl$Hc" .. .r-- .. usc - HUSTONVILLE McKeo Carpenter linn been Jesse quite ill several dnys sequel to measles. Mrs Luke Carpenter, of New Cns-tlInd., accompanied by little Julin Aileen nnd Mr. John Snntlidgc arrived Frldny. Col. J. II. Fisher, of New Albany, c, Pure Prepared Paint H. & W. DURABLE stf PROTECTS BEAUTIFIES 1 Paint n, three-year-ol- e, Paint s. d I that of Shugars Drug Store d 1- CURE foi Cholera SpotCash Sour Cream year-round n lit-.ni- ty I I Butter Company acre-siste- SPRING : 200-poun- ''! I ANNOUNCEMENT, department j J ..-- . red-lett- the seien-pa.sseng- CARROLL PRESTON at eter-wt'c- ,k 4 $15 To Insure a Living Colt. F- - lii-a- apriL-atio- f . -- ri. s Robinson's.! I IH-- a- town-gossip- ra-- I Mil-jle- W. O. WALKER, Stanford, Ky. The Farmers' Best Friends, The Horse And Cow. "Cow Ease" Will Protect Them From Flies, Etc. t:, -- West End Folks VEGE-TABLES W.H. Higgins, Stanford, Ky. h HARRY JACOBS W. H. LAIR, : HUSTONVILLE, try Produce. KY. Cash paid for all kinds of Coun- After you hare crushed all the limestone you Only practical crusher made to crush any need lor your own use, make money crushing size, (or concrita and road work as well as for others, lie a q 1 1 1 m i n s. fir it to get lulu Look into this the business in leain whv the your locality, l'tiblin.. mal- Wheclinir a --i i,...!, i. rour will rim big profits. No need to Invrsi a lot of the only crusher to buy, M.ido in seven you. auu capacity no. t nans sues to nt all crushing needs iwiifZi-- j ii onu cunauiona. yuiuiB uiur wuii a ttncuuiK. "Mixing Drains with Farming" - tells all about fLsji I7BCC now n ucaj- - u svown iiminK proms,toaay-oeio- re crushingyou pays, I acts anuw, nrno lor u Mimes lorset. sfifHUMWLetrOHNTCO., lirassnirMl. wWWIO.W.M. Buy it With Your Ptofks WHEELmCCRUSHER Hb INSURE Your Property in the PIMW Ml.lr t Cfwfrhi Old Connecticut 'Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford. Conn., t with SAL1N& SMITH, V ? . cheapest grades or the higher priced. My SPRING and SUMMER line ot samples are now ready tor your in spection. Call and let me show you. H. C. RUPLEy, tb Practical Tailov AjeUs. al."-- 'aBHsis.s Stanford, Kentucky W. P. Kincaid, District AgU Stanford, Kentucky tfa j ;ma :. ' - -.-- . :- -. !! "" t I'l-- ' S.