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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tft ' I IWI I J- r rfi .M"W t :, v H - Slip) The Interior Journal - us Thli Paper Stop it o-- Wt Renew Yoar,,SttripHoa tit WhetYew TlaM Date Oa LaitJ aa4 ErwMfsl Established 1 860. 56th Year. . No. 37 Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, May 7, 1915. Tuesdays and FridV Clip Fill in the Nomination Blank Below and Nominate Your "Favorite" In the Big R INTERIOR JOURNAL'S BIG TRAVEL TOUR AND PRIZE CONTEST STARTS TODAY PARTIAL LIST OF NOMINATIONS IS PUBLISHED TODAY FIRST LIST CONTAINS SCORES OF NAMES OF THE MOST POPULAR AND ENERGETIC PEOPLE IN I HIS VICINITY IF THE NAME OF YOUR FAVORITE DOES NOT APPEAR OR IF YOUR TOWN OR NEIGHBORHOOD IS NOT REPRESENTED, SEND IN A NOMINATION AT ONCE. P jj Years 10 ycara. 8 years fi years 4 years 3 yenrs 2 years 1 year TOURS TO THE PANAMA EXPOSITION, NIAGARA FALLS DETROIT, BUFFALO, ATLANTIC CITY AND MAMMOTH rf CAVE ARE GIVEN AWAY ABSOLUTELY . FREE The Interior Journal's Big Trnvcl tion to this usual number of votes Tour nnd Prize contest starts tnilny. given. Any contestant can easily is published n purtinl list of euro three subscriptions among candidate who have been bora anil freimls in a short time if nominated to date. The largo num- - tlfcy try ami these extra voted will ber certnlnly indicates a remarkable give the candidate u good start in the interest (n what is destined to lie one 'big race. of the most friendly struggles for a Who I. Eligible. rich reward ever launched in this Any (white) person married or sinsection of Kentucky. gle, of good repute, residing in this In this list will be found popular section of the state is eligiblo to par people from all over this section of ticipate in the big Travel Tour anil the state. The nominations ucroprjz Contest, It is not necessary to sont in, in many Instnnccs, by friends ,1,0 n subscriber of The Interior o expect their candidates to get nal in order to enter. .busy and win one of the valuablo I ,iw rn L.mer, f prizes. It is an indication of the In order to enter the contest, rll ronfi.lpnr.. nmn frirn.l has In Hint candidates nullity to win. it is a that is necessarv is to cl'n. fill in the blank found in the paper Rungs of capability and iufeienlially nomination name or with your that of a friend a nice little compliment. bring, mail or send to the conand Miinjr New Natnet Will Come.' test mnnager of the Interior Journal. It is the experience of the contest Printed matter nnd full instructions manager thnt many new nominations will then be sent the prospective canwill come in after the first lit hat didates as they desire If you lack been published. It gives the people sufficient nomination blanks, simply a chance to look over the Hit of write the nnmes and postofficc of the candidates on a white names and sec if their friends have been entered. So far that reason, piece of paper, sign your name and many new nnmes will appear in each address at the bottom and send to tho Contest Mnnager of The Interior district for some time to come. Journal. Names of those making nomMay Enter at Any Time. Don't get the impression that by inations will pot be divulged under the publication of the lirst list of any circumstances. The Prizet. name, the nominations have been closed for such is not the case. CanThe prizes to be awarded in the didates mny and will enter the race Interior Journal's Dig Travel Tour for many (lays to come and Mime of and Prize Contest, without a doubt, the ultimate winners may not enter ure the greatest list ever offered in a the nice for two or three weeks yet. similar newspaper enterprise in this Prospective candidates and their state. Not content with giving value the privilege of received in the news line, the Interfriends will hnv sending in nominations up until the ior Journnl doveloped a generous streak and decided to do something lust few days of the close really handsome for the benefit of Don't Be Frightened. Prospective candidates anil those its renders and friends, and incident-l- y prove a little sensation, which we whose nnmes now appear on the list will should not be fright e ins at the long area fully convinced many devolop inweeks have list of nominations which appear in to big one before today's These candidates passed. issue. y The prize list consists of n have simply been nominated by Exfriends nnd nil wlr not make the Tour to the great Panama-Pacifi- c race. Even if all should make the position under the personal dir ction race, it would be better for the can- of Mr Daniel M. Bowmnr, of Verdidates for it would split up the votes sailles, Ky or beautiful Leland piano and and take less votes for any one can- to be purchased from HamiltonNiagSmith of this city, two tours to didate to win. Falls, Detroit, IlulTalo and Toronara Get Statrted at Once. City, the If your name appears on today's to or two Tours to Atlantic the world, premier seashore resort of list, write the Contest Mnnager, care and ten Trips to Mnmmoth Cave, the the Interior Journal nnd ho will send the world. you printed matter and full instruc- great Wonder Cavern of the greatest Without u doubt, this is tions for conducting your campaign. list of prizes ever ottered in a similar If you are a prospective candidate newspaper enterprise in this section who has been thinking of entering, of the state. send in your nomination.'' How Prizet Will Be Awarded With the list of nominations pubThere will be 13 prizes awarded in lished today indicating the class of big popular people to which this great The Interior Journal's nnd Travel at Contest jirire competition" has appealed, there Tour nnd Prize be awarded to least each is no reason why any pnpulnr and en- six prizes will contest. ergetic person 'should hesitate about district. The territory of the con two entering the liig race. 1 he contest is divided into only districts and compete against open to all. The prizes aie very testants "";" is .'.'", ,J,;V' valuable and are well worth striving I "SLi.,J"L'"""'' for. The general particulars as t !crn nrrangemcnt,' all candidates hav, how the contest will be conducted are I an qual, chance and .1 make3 th, explained in a circular which will be prizes very easy to win. sent upon request by addressing the The Capital Prize Contest Mnnagtir. rare The Interior Tho contestant securing the greatJournnl, Stanford, Ky. the entire conThe hardest part of a campaign est number of votes in choice between will be given the of this kind is tn get started but af- test n to the Panama-Pacifi- c ter you do and your friends learn International Exposition at San Franthat you intend to make an active cisco, California, or a beautiful Lerace, they will be glad to help you land Piauo to be purchased from and you will have no trouble in se- Hamilton & Smith. Thus a candidate curing votes and subscriptions. who cannot take the trip, may have If a candidate so wishes, she can the Leland Piano or if the winning conduct practical! her whole cam- candidate wishes, he or she may take paign by letters. The contest need the splendid trip to the great Exposi-tionot inWrefcre with tho school, employment or home life of a cundidate. How Votet Are Secured. The contest manager hns letters alWith every subscription to Tho In- ready printed for the contestant's tirnr .Tnnnml fwhpn it is asked for) use in reaching friends that she in'Y1 8 Bvcn 11 ballot good for a certain ' not reach personaI and he ...inilirtf nt rntnu nni'nrilimv tn tin glad to send as many as needed. Ad-- 1 length of the 'subscription. Subscrip-vis- e him how many you can use. jtioM!) should be sent, brought or muil- If theiti is anypoint ubout the cj direct t0 the Contest Manager, contest that is not'fulJy understood, w,0 will issue the vote ballots and write the Contest .Mnnager. care The send them back to the candidate. Interior Journal, Stanford, Kyy for These bullots muy be held ns long as (desired und voted at any time up to further information. 75,0000 Extra Votet Free. the last day of the contest. Cnndi- Prospective candidates, who start dates und their friends should also each their campaign early will be enabled clip the coupon which appear in good to get n good start in the big race by issue of the paper as they are taking advantage of the following of- - for i0 votes for the contestant whose fer: On the first three subscriptions name nppears thereon Schedule of Votet. either new subscriptions or lenewnls, turned in before May 20th, candiVotes are given on back subscripdates will receive three special bal- tions, renewals nnd new subscriplots food for 25,000 Extra Votes tions to Tho Interior Journal as folEach (70,000 Votes in All) in addi- - lows: neigh-prospectiour-w.h-1 '23-daI 3.00 Miss Snlile Gooch 2.00 Miss Delia Hclmintollcn 1.00 Miss Ettn Reynolds . . Miss Vesta Himms 1 . . 1'rico Miss Selmn Eubnnks,K-- l nnil Kencwnl Years votes. . ? 10.00 Miss Lclia Onnch 10 years .. 18,000 votes ... 8.00 Miss Mnzic Ilaswcll IM 14,200 8 yonra. fi ycara votes . n.OO Miss Eva Horton IM . S.fiOO 4 years 0,400 votes . 4.00 Miss Margie Illnckciby R-- 3 .. 3.00 DISTRICT NO. 2 3 years .. 4,800 votes 2.00 Lancaster, Ky. 3,200 votes 2 ycara 1.00 Miss Kathleen Walter 1 yeor . . 1,200 votes . .. . Miss Florence Dawes Divition of Dittrictt. . .. The territory of the contest will be Miss Ella Henry divided into two districts and there Miss Stclln Conlcy . . six prizes Miss Lillic May Sutton be nt least will awarded to each district. Contestants Miss Hetty Walker Hurnsldo arc not confined to their own district Miss Mnrthn Tinder Miss Lillic Jones in securing subscriptions but mav 1 them from anyone, anywhere in the Miss Knte llnmm x,i- .HISS ) ,,ii IIIIC firm.! IIKI!ISOU postal union, the districts are ns .. It-s: Subscriptions votes 32,400 voteJ votes 10,800 votes Ifi.fiOO votes 11,400 votes .. 7,200 votes . 3,100 Hack Subscriptions ..42,000 New. Lawrence, 4 ... Price Cothen, Ky, ...?10.00 Miss Ellen Scott 8.00 Waynetburg, Ky. 0.00 Miss Cora Singleton . .. ... 1.00 Miss Mnry Wnrrincr . Mis.s Delia K-- 1,000 SCHOOL TAX REDUCED 10c Re- - 1,000 Faculty, With Two 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000, 1,000 1,000 Exception!, Elected for Next Term. District No. 1. Includes all of coln county. District No. 2. Includes the crri-tor- y outside of Lincoln county. Office of the Contett Manager. The Contest Dcnnrtment of The Interior Journnl and the office of the Contest Mnnnger is located nt the In- terior Journal office njl prospective contestants and their fi lends nre in vitcd to call and learn the details of the mammoth Prize Contest. DISTRICT NO. 1. Moreland, Ky. 1,000 Miss Uurn Sandidge 1,000 Miss Minncllc Prcwitt Lin- ' .Miss iMiss Lena Schoolar, Il-- l .. Paint Lick, Ky. 1,1111 L000 1,000 1,000 1,000 MeWlwirt?r 'lln Imum ijjiss Etta Souder j Miss Judith McCall Miss Ada Ward 'ivumL Brodhead, Ky. . . . ' jjjss Rica Brooks jjjgs Etta Cable Mrs. A. N. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss . Ilintt 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 Danville,, Ky. u,' n. I $ y ' NOMINATE A CANDIDATE if ' 1 Nomination Blank Good For 1,000 Votet CONTEST DEPT., INTERIOR JOURNALt I hereby nominate at a candidate in your Big Travel Tour and Prize Contettt . NAME P. O NOMINATED BY . I Ut ( 'f S-- ......... Send necettary blankt and inttructiont. Addrett Note Only one nomination blank will b accepted for any one candidate, The name of thote making nominations will not be dl. vulged. City, Ky 1,000 Miss Lucile Crowe 1,000 1,000 Miss Anges McCord . Miss Grace Jones Liberty, Ky. ... 1,000 Miss Stella Taylor . . 1,000 1,000 Miss Gertrude CundiuT Miss Linnic Jones 1,000 1,000 Miss Mossie Bell . Miss Uuth Tnnner . . Bud, Ky. ... 1,000 Miss Mary Ixiis Gann .. 1,000 . . ,,1,000 Miss Lcnnic Burton Miss Mnry D. Heck Yoiemite, Ky. .... 1,000 Miss Ruth Cockings . 1,000 . 1,000 Miss Rubv Lee Fogle Miss Lena Beck 1,000 Miss Sally Estes Crab Orchard,, Ky. 1,000 1,000 Miss Gay Jones Miss Torey AiiderKQn,(R-- 2 1,000 .. . 2 1,000 Miss Anita Wells Miss Wndie Thompson, 1,000 1,000 Mis.s Evelyn Cash 2 Miss Julia Brown Middleburc Ky. 2 1,000 Miss Ella Rigsby. 1,000 1.000 Miss Ruth Dye Miss Annie Middletou 1,000 1,000 Miss Stella Jones Miss Sue Butt 1,000 Mrs. I L. Sanders 1,000 Rawtingt For State Superintendent. Miss Mclsadie Chadwick 1,000 Miss Mamie Holman s, Friends of Attorney John W. 1.000 Miss Bessie Reynolds of Danville; nre now urging 1,000 him to become a candidate for the Mrs. Katie King Cover Huitonville, Ky. Democratic nomination for State Su1,000 perintendent of Public Instruction. Miss Roberta Blaine 1,000 Mr. Rawlings is one of best known Miss Mnggie Allen 1,000 educators in the state, having served Miss Marguerite McCormack 1,000 as Superintendent Miss Annie Floyd of Schools in 1,000 Boyle county for over 20 years. He Miss Nancy Wcddle ... 1,000 is a speaker of ability, has worked Miss Christine Lnir 1,000 hard for his party's success in every Mrs. John Turpin 1,000 campaign and his friends say would Miiys Beecher Ncwbern 1,000 add great strength to the ticket. His Miss Norn Eads 1,000 nnme has been frequently mentioned Mrs. Burdettc Powell 1,000 in connection with the race for attorMiss Malindn Nave 1,000 ney general, but strong pressure Is Miss Kate Warrincr 1.000 being brought to bear upon him, Miss Sadie Baughn.-- n fo 1,000 it is said, to enter the race for State Miss Clara Nunnclley 1,000 School Superintendent instead, for Miss Florence North 1,000 which position, he is peculiarly fitted. Miss Alice Gann , 1,000 Miss Ella Barnett 1.000 Miss Ella Iligney Mr. Jamet Hubble Dead. 1,000 . Mis. T L. Caipeiiter Mrs. James Hubble died nt the 1.000 Mrs. Steve Walker father, James Benson, 1,000 home of her Miss Marthn Tucker near South Fork Trestle, Wednesday 1,000 and was buried Mrs. John Turpin at Pleasant Point to1,000 day. She is survived by her husMiss'Cora Estes IM 1.000 band nnd two children by her first Miss Mcrtie G. Martin, IM 1.000 husband. Mrs. Hubble had been a Miss Gertie Elliott. IM Gilbert Creek, Ky. tuberculosis for some 1,000 sufferer from nn.n fpnm Vio. lim.i in Miss Emma Holtzclaw .....l l.aii ..nil Itml vuuiw uurn 111.1 iiuiiiv .1. InnO Miss Nell Buck Prrachertville, Ky. Her a change would do her good. 1,000 husband is in the employ of the . Miss Ruby Cress 1,000 Journal. Mis.s Carrie Anderson . The burial was to have . 1,000 Mrs. B. I. Blankenship Thursday, but n brother 1,000 occurred New York State was unable Brown Miss Jalie living in Kingt Mountain, Ky. get here until today. 1,000 to Miss Grace Thompson ... . 1,000 Missc Ada Murphy Get one of those splendid 25c. din1,000 Miss Etta Singleton Willis' restaurant when you ners 1,000 come at court Monday. .. MUs Eva Leach to 1.000 Miss Enid Flinn Hubble, Ky. Ice Wagon Horte Runt Away. 1,000 Miss Jewell Spoonamoie The ice wagon in charge of Will 1,000 Miss Susie Rankin excit-me1,000 Datson was the cause of some Miss Elsie Morrow Wednesday morning, when tho 1,000 Miss Lucy Spoonnmore 1,000 horse pulling it ran away. Datson had Miss Nannie Sloan 1,000 removed the bridle to have it repair. Mrs. J. Lee Murphy ed. The animal jerked away from him Stanford, Ky, 1,000 and took out down Main street at a Miss Annie Lee Kubnnks speed. Running Into the 1,000 break-nec- k Miss Martha S. Raney. 1,000 yard of Dr. Peyton, the porch wns . Miss Ida Pettus . 1,000 b truck and considerably damaged Miss Rachel Hill 1,000 From there the infuriated horse pullMiss Lyle Cooper 1,000 ed his load Into the yard of Chief of Mis. C. Hays Foster 1,000 Police Carter A fence was knocked Mrs. Lucy Miller Bartley but when a huge tree was . 1,000 down Miss Kntherine Harris 1,000 struck the horse stopped. The wagon Miss Josephine Beazley 1,000 was not damaged, nor the liotse, us Mrs. W. R. Todd 1,000 strange us it may seem. Miss Kittle Jones 1,000 Mrs. T. J. Hill, Jr. NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. 1,000 Miss Elizabeth Holtzclaw 1,000 Rev. I). M. Walker will preach at Miss Margaret Shanks 1,000 Goshen Christian Church Sunday afMiss Elsie Coleman 1,000 ternoon ut 3 o'clock. Sirs. Walter Jones . . 1,000 Mrs. Alfred Pence Services ut the Baptist church 1,000 Sunday: Sunday school at 0: 30 a. Miss Margaret Woods 1,000 m.; Preaching by the pastor nt 11 Miss Kiitheriue Anderson . 1,000 a. m.. subject, "The Compassion of Miss Anna Chancellor 1,000 Our Lord, Matt. 0:30 j Preaching at Mrs. J. II. .Wright 1,000 7:30 p. m subject, "How Little Miss Nell Newlnud 1,000 Things May Be Made Great." Miss Margaret Davidson 1,000 Miss Elizabeth Hunn 1,000 BUY n Bemis or hand tobacco setMiss Mntsey Grimes 1,000 ter und be ready for tho tobacco seaMiss Elizabeth Stagg 37-- 2 1.000 son. W. II. Higglns. Miss Gertrude Wilkinson. 1,000 Miss Pattic Perkins 1,000 Miss Thelmu Frances .Huitonville Saturday Night. 1,000 Miss Ethel Powell The Wakefield Players, who have 1,000 Miss Mary Wulden Gooch 1,000 made good at Stanford Opera House, Miss Claudia Eaton 1,000 will give a show at the Hustonville Miss Mamie Singleton 1,000 Operu House Satuiday night, with Miss Anna Davis Ittcltoherts 1,000 tho regular Mlas Sarah Cormney motion picture show. 1,000 They ure first-clas- s Miss Sallle Burdette vaudevillers. us 1,000 tlie many who saw them ut Stanford Miss Ida Judd 37-- 1 1,000 testify. Miss Ethel Brackett 1,000 Miss Sylvia Farmer 1,000 Miss Mary Lynn Fox 1,000 Miss Bertie McClure Don't Be a "Grouch." 1,000 Miss Josephine Brady Muny persons ncquiro a reputation . 1,000 for crankiness and grouchlness- when Mrs. Hugh Noe 1,000 their dispositions are not to blame. Miss Roxie Jennings 1,000 Ppovikhness. irritntlon. morbldne'!. Miss Jean Paxton 1,000 biliousness, meluncholiu most oftei Miss Bessie Clay Furris 1,000 ure the result of imnaired irdl '0 Miss Bessie Peek, ... 1,000 and torpid liver. Foley C'nthnrtle "M-le- ts . Miss Rachel Hill, R-enmake you light, cheerful 1,000 Miss Coru Nunnelley 1,000 ergetic, S)ld every where. Miss Carrie Anderson, R-- 4 .. Miss Miss Miss Miss Mrs. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Mnble McClure.. Olga Myers Irene Morgan . McKinney, Oneida Shoemaker Mary Hanson Virginia Dinwiddle Albert Moser . .. .. Lucille Dinwiddic Prudence Ferreil Ada Durham 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Mrs. Miss Snllie Gnddis Miss Edna Steele-Shelby Elizabeth Dye .. Esther Prewctt .. Ora Guthrie . Joyce Taylor . .Minnie Parker Durham Junction City, Ky. ,.! . Bessie Wright Gertrude Richardson Lucy Hankln . ... Mnry Steele Irene Lyons Emsey Clark 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 imously. 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 faculty of the Stanford The Graded and High School for the ensuing year were elected Tuesday night at tile last meeting of the Bonrd of Trustees before its reorganization with tho two new members, elected Inst week, The bonrd also took a step which Is bound to bo very popular with trie tax pnycra of the school district in a reduction of the school tax from 40 to 30 cents on each $100 worth of property. The poll tax was fixed nt $1.25. With the exception of two members of the faculty the same teachers were elected for the next year. Miss Cluudia Eaton, of the High School faculty nnd Miss Ida Judd, of tho Eighth Grade and Domestic Science departments, were not applicants' for reappointment, nnd their plnces will be filled later. Supt. W. C. Wilson, who has had n fine success in the management of the school since Prof. J, W. .Ireland went to Bcllcvuc, some time ago, was reelected for a two-yeterm as superintendent, nnd a contract entered into with him for thnt period. The teachers of the faculty reelected were Misses Lucile Gnstineau, Christlno Merritt, Sallie Burdett, Ruth Dnrnnll, Jennie Newland, and Annie McKinney and Mrs. H. D. Phillips and Mrs. C. II. Campbell. Miss Ellen Ballou was elected to succeed herself in the piano department. All elections were made unanEtcaped Prisoner Captured in Catey. Deputy Sheriff Marion Adams, of Casey county, captured Charley Armstrong, the negro prisoner, who escaped from the Stanford jail last Saturday morning, ut his home on Rolling Fork, south of Hustonville, ubout two o'clock Thursday afternoon. He brought the prisoner back to jail here and he is now safely lodged behind the bnrs again anil will undoubtedly remain there until the session of the grand jury. Armstrong says that he got so anxious to see his wife and child that he had to make n try to get away. When the Casey officer and his posse appeared at Armstrong's house, the negro made n run for it, but was uilable to get away. Jailer Dcllordc paid to Deputy Sheriff Adams the $25 reward that was offered, for Adams' capture. Crab Orchard. Stanford ast Sunday from a most pleasant week's visit to Mrs. Maggie Cover, Miss Judd and other friends, man, Montez Fish, John Stephenson, Messrs. Walter and Howard Good-an- d Clyde Curtis, and Misses Jewel Goodman, Annie Middleton, Mary Gray, Kate Middleton and Bird Perkins spent Sunday at High Bridge. Mr. Tom Hays Bronnugh entertained the Junior Rook Club last Friday night. Delightful cream and cake were the refreshments served. Dr. and Mrs. Edmlston entertained Rev. Manifold, Mrs. M. E. Fish and your correspondent last bunday at dinner. A most bountiful repast was served. Our pastor is becoming acquainted with his members here and we feel sure will do a great worK in our church, and society. The ladies of Christian church will have a strawberry and ice cream supper nt the close of commencement of our High School. This supper is to be given for the ueneht of the church, not the Ladies' Aid, so every member of tho Christian church here is urgently requested to donate something nnd be present. The supper will be given on the night of May 24. Miss Susie Hunt v Ky. ,., It-- U-R-- Miss Myrtle Murray returned from Raw-ling- I ,. 1 Courier-- nt rpent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. John King near town. mysterious person is upsetting the nervous element of our little city and making some of our boys afraid to keep Icte hours. This person appears dressed as a woman, and has been seen in various parts of town, acting very queerly, nlways silent, and disappearing as suddenly as she came. If she is caught it will very likely be some one demented. Mr. and Sirs. Kriener. of Junction City, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Cover last Sunday. Mrs. L. F. Jones entertained a few lunch friends nt a most delicious Thursday evening. Mrs. Hannah Steger has so far recovered as to be able to walk to the Baptist Church to Sunday school with the aid of a cane. Mr. Thomas Collier nnd son, Harvey, of Louisville, spent Sunday with the homefolks. Miss Nervu Tilfrey has returned from n very 'pleasant visit to her sister, Mrs. Henry Kline of Williamsburg. Mr. Walter Buchanan, who has been living in Cleveland, Ohio, left for Montana last week to locate. Mrs. Alvin Holmes, who suffered from n complication of diseases ded at the home of her father, Mr. R. L. Thompson, on Monday, May 3.' Her death, although expected, cume as a terrible blow to her many friends. All that could bo done by a loving husband and devoted parents and sister and brother, prolonged her life but could not cure, and the tind came peacefully Tho devotion of husband and wife was very beautiful and that they may again be joined where partings mo unknown U the sincere wish of ull their friends, who desire to express their heartfelt sympathy In this durk hour The burial took place In Lancaster and a large procession followed the remains from here. Mr. McClary paid a beautiful tribute to her memory ut the home, und appro-print- e services were held at the grave. Our "Jitney" Offer ThU and 5c DON'T MISS THIS. Cut this slip, unclose with five cents to Foley & Co., Chicago, III., writing your name nnd address clearly. You will receive in 1 etui n n trial package containing Foley's Honey und Tur Compound, for coughs, colds and croup. Foley r.dney Pills, and roiey cathartic lets Sold evcrwhere. 1 NEW OFFICERS ZLWCTMBfi The Weil. Relatives received Information yes '1 terday that Joseph M. Sewell, who By Stanford Woman's Clubja married Miss Mary Eliza Pence, pletion of Fir. I Year's ,Wl V' f daughter of Mr and Mrs. E, T. Pence, Sr., 6f this city, is dead of Bright'a (Contributed) .iv disease, nt Long Branch, Cal. Know At the final busltieur fwtn ing of tho extremo I'lic" of their the Stanford Womah'0 Mr. and Mr,. Pence left past year, the following Ottlcei Wednesday nfternoo.i 10 nttnnd the Atnntml frt IhA (ingiilnn vna t bedside. They did not U u back, President fllrs. Wm. Sevtttmft. when infoiincit of his death. I u went First Mr. J. t.B, " on to their daughter's home and will Pnvlnn t be present nt the burial Monday Mr. Mrs.'T. 'JY ',, Second -- Sewell, who wa8?44 years old, wns tun originally from' Independence, Mo., ttiu. Secretary Miss Belle Denny nnd lived there until some five years Corresponding Secretary Mrs. W. tvtinn tin nnil fnmll, U'nnt in tlin II. Shanks. rifrn. ...... ... , .u.ii.. ..I...,, w .111: ,", Golden Coast. He was engaged In ' Mr, W fl WltUm the real estate business there nnd was Hennrter Mrs. W" K. Waikenfrj uoing wen, wncn nincss and dcatn. Chnirman of Program Confmltt- e" cut short his life. He is survived by MiS9 Esther BurcHT t v his wife nnd two daughters, Misses I Librarian Miss Mattlei 'Paxton. Elizabeth and Virginia Sewell, aged In reviewing the year's work Ike 14 and 11 respectively. He was a club feels that while It has not done good citizen and impressed most fn- - all it hoped to do, it has made' a vorably the many who met him dur - 'good beginning in establishing ing his frequent visits to the Pence library, helping to cleanup the toufn family here. innil assisting In oilinir ,tho-tstreThe program committee proMdBe!,,-- ,, Delightful Rook at Hilltop. 'nn interesting and profitable. HneJfc Mrs. James II. Baughman enter- - study which has been very bcheftoSl. The Club feels deeply gratefurTte, taincd most delightfully at Rook at her handsome home, Hilltop, three all who have contributed in aniway miles south of Danville Thuisday af-t- o the success of the wdrk a4"e-ternooThe beautiful home was pccially do they thank the edlWfrs of prettily decorated with roses and 'the Interior Journal for their many spring flowers and at the conclusion 'courtesies, the officinls who." tendered of the games a delicious salad course the use of the club rooms) the town was served. Mesdames the 1John S. council for its Baughman, of Stanford, nnd Adam brarian for her efficient services and Carpenter, of Moreland presided nt all who have contributed to the librathe punch bowls. Mrs. G. G. Perry ry nnd oiling of the streets. It is the aim of the Club to help won the most games nnd was awarded n pretty hand painted fnn. The along in any thing that will benefit guests present were: from Danville, the community, nnd it hopes to do Mesdames I. M. Dunn, R. L. Salter, greater things in the future. There will never be another "first Robert Harding, John S. Baughman, Miss Dcira Baughman and Miss Dove year," and much appreciation is felt Harris; from Stanford, Mesdames J. for the able manner in which the has S. Owsley, W. A. Tribble, J. B. Pax-to- president, Mrs. S. M. Saufley G. G. Perry, S. M. Saufley, Wm. managed affairs. Her ability, enthuSeverance, W. H. Shanks, C. E. Tate, siasm, tact nnd faithfulness have conT. A. Rice, J. Ncvln Carter, J. B. tributed more than any other factor .s Foster, J. W. Baughman, John S. to the success of the work. The Club adjourned with a rising , Baughman. vote of thanks to the president, to resume its work in September, when Lincoln Girl Wedt in Montana. A Bozeman, Mont., paper contains jthe new officers will assume their du-tfollowing1 of interest here, where tles- " the bride lived for a number of years for Centre College, before removing to the west about "ew two years ago to make her home. She The trustees of Central University nas many relatives anil inenils bacK elected by unanimous vote, Wm. Arin Kentucky, who will extend good thur Ganfield, now a member of tho wishes: "A very pretty wedding oc- faculty of Carroll College at Waukecurred in Bozeman on Wednesday, sha, Wis., to the presidency of the April 21, at two o'clock, in the parlor Kentucky institution. It is underof the Rev. Edgar Valiant, the hap- stood that he will take charge in py couple being Miss Bessie Hubble June. The Presidency of Central and Mr. Olin Durham, both of West University has been vacant since tho Flathead. The bride was dressed in resignation of Dr. F. W. Hinitt, sevwhite silk messaline, trimmed with eral months ago. The place pays pearls and shadow lace. The groom $4,000 a year and a handsome house wore a neat suit of black. Miss Hub- is furnished. The position is considble for the past two years has taught ered one of the most desirable eduthe Meadowlark school, and her ab- cational posts in Kentucky. Mr. Gansence there is spoken of with regret. field for twelve years filled the Chair Mr. Durham is a young man of good of History and Sociology at CarrsV. character and well liked by nil who College. He is a native of Iowa and know him. They have rented the one of the noted educational leaders ranch on West Flathead from the of the country. Dr. Ganfield is said groom's father, where they will re- to be most popular with his students side. and is noted for his forceful speaking and attractiveness. City Council Ordert New Pavement. regular May meeting of the At the Fell Down Flight of Stair.. city council Thursday night it was Miss Amanda Goggin suffered a decided to add cons'derable to Stan accident the other day. She ford's splendid syntfjii cf concrete painful the second floor pavements. Ordinances were passed was on nephew, Dr. T. W of the home Pennington, providing for the Ipjii'k ot concrete of her hall, pavements at number of points wheie nnd intending to go into the P.Po complain has beei. made of present f"e TfC'sTprTVuT paving facilities. Concrctewas or- - "F ""!c ',"V,L nt ollta about the "' b tiered on Danville avenue from Dr. A S Price's nronertv to tbi. fnte,heatl anU many brulses on ner D0.Uy' was unconscious for some time ,she stf,eetnromr?MTun0n'snnearStor "nd her relatives -- ere very much I ua s a na row escape the railroad; and beyond the IIroadatarmed. in front of A. T. Nunnelley's prop- - Batly,; niaUcrs might h.ue ho "'"." erty on both sides of the and GKKin is on Mrs Mattie Nevius thus comnle- - ver' much worse- - Mlss we are glad j t recovery, """ ting the concrete paving on these sections. Seven concrete crossings to say. were ordered laid at points where Local Option Election Held Valid. they will be most beneficial to pedestrians. The local option election by which Bell county voted dry 2,443 to 1,885 Newt "Butch" Arretted. last September was held valid by tho The news "butch" on train No. 23 Court of Appeals, notwithstanding wns arrested and taken off the train the fact that by reason of a shortage in three at Livingston Tuesday afternoon. of ballots prevented precincts 448 votfrom voting. The The charge made was that he had ers were sold whisky but he was acquitted of legal number of ballots 50 per cent, that chargo as well as that of having more than were cast in the last nain his possession more of the stuff tional and state electron proved inthan the law allows. The newsboy sufficient; but the court said if all whose name is Hicks, proved by a those disfranchised were added to the traveling man that the grip contain- vote against prohibition of saloons, ing whisky did not belong to him, the result would have been unchangbut that he was taking care of it for ed, so that the contestants were not n man who had left the train. The prejudiced in their rights. story nppeared to be a gauzy one, Bridge Over Cedar Creek Cloted. but it sufficed and the fellow was permitted to go his way. The bridge over Cedar Creek, on the Crab Orchard and Stanford pike, "Slowed Up" at Middle Age. wil be closed from Monday, May 10th The hard working kidneys seem to to June 20th, duiing which time it require nid sooner than other inter- will be replaced with u new one. Pernal organs. At middle age many men mission has been given to pass nnd women feel twinges of rheuma- through the Garner premises and the tism, have swollen or aching joints creek can bo forded by all classes of and arc distressed with sleep disturb- vehicles. MeKee Riffc, Road Ening bladder ailments. Foley Kidney gineer for Lincoln County. t. Pills nre safe, prompt and can be depended on to give relief. For salo Infection in the Air. everywhere. authorities agree that Medical Judire J. M. Tilfnrd. father nf Mrs. colds are infectious. In some cities P. W. Whinn. well L'nnwn hirn. him ' cViililrnn with colds arc barred from anounced for tho Republican nomina - 'schools. Spring's changing weather tion for Representative from the brings many colds. The quickest and Casey-Russe- ll safe way to stop colds, coughs and district. Sirs. Melissa J. Bell is dend in Ca - 'croup Is to give Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. For sale everywhere. gey, aged 72. M. Sewell Diet In 1 J. .ej ' t; son-in-la- Mntl LJtfM'tr ..JJ 1 nt Vice-Preside- nt ' TG.r ie e.i n. TV 1- n, he """' ; - I I ." rtti I I 37-3- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL'S TRAVEL TOUR AND PRIZE CONTEST Thit Ballot Mutt Be Voted on Jt4 or Good for 25 Votes FOR Addrett before May 20th ., DISTRICT No,.. .jU-- , "-- -& I U-- Thit Coupon, when neatly cut out and brought er the Contett Department of the Interior perion whole name it written the Contestant' tkouU -J oisu of the Interior Journal. """i.o a Bplendid vacation at tho ox- x irteiia T w m .jta..' Crfr-l- (" y A BANK REPORTS. "" V The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, May The Interior Journal WALTON & 7, 1915. CHIEF DEPUTY JAILER AIDED, 8AUFLEV Pat Donahue, of Jefferton County, li Benefitted by Tanac. Louisville, Editors nnil Mnnngcra. .1.4 . It A TEAU HTIUCTLT IN ADVANCE We call your attention to the Report of Htoni rlj Kntrrid tt mil l malKr. ff'tflf Sfnftri at Kt Lincoln County National Bank To Comptroller of the Currency in another column of this paper, as of May 1, 1915. -- r Capita, $100,000.00 POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Interior Journnl is authorized to nnnounco the following candidates for office, subject to the Democratic primary, August 7th, 1015. For Circuit Judge C. A. HARDIN, of Mercer county. CHAS. C. FOX,, of Boyle county. For Commonwealth' Attorney E. V. PURYEAR, of Uoylo county. R. W. KEENON, of Mercer county. J. S. OWSLEY, Jr., Lincoln county. For Railroad Committloner WM. F. KLAIR, of Fnyettc county. J. E. NEWMAN, of Nelson county. For Circuit Clerk JESSE D. WEARfcN. MARSHALL C. NEWLAND For Repretentative in Legislature W. G. GOOCH. Surplus and net profits, 106,099.79 184,280.04 .Total deposits, 508,379.83 Total resources, H. SaaSLwnict wmt &W. J A J o stomach ii.i.s. FOR THE TIRED, II. Mavr. of 1S4 Whiting St. RUNDOWN AND OVERWORKED the bench or the Lourt or Appeals, Chicago. Ill, a prominent druggist, In PERSON published a guide u health, in winch he will not be n candidate for "The Brand that Satisfies" There aro certain times of the when his term or offii t uxpires in shows how he cured hiiiKelf and brought of other yenr when everyone is more or less about n year, and already his friends relief to thousands biliousness, sufferers indigesput nut of condition nnd we rei omare beginning to talk Judge Charles from consultation troubles try the use Has been sold in your community for pas! tion and intestinal nium! REXALL A H'tnlin, of Hnirodsliurg, and prehratiiu? oils. One doc usuCELERY AND IRON TONIC siding judge in this district, as being of French ten years. convinces. The most chronic cases Thii invaluable nere builder will aid very suitable timber to succeed Judge ally in restoring all the orgum of the body Editor Joe Robinson of the Lan Carroll, the i.extngtoniun said last rarely need ocr three does. Tins book Majr's IAsk your dealer for names of users. will be mailed free on renucst to a healthy state, toning up unil incaster Record, says Garrard county week: We regretted to learn from the Wonderful Remedy is sold by leading vigorating tho system, nnd giving new democrats are against state-wid- e pro Judge John D. Cnrroll has fully de- druggists." cver where with the positive CJThen insped that property and inquire of energy to the spirits. Will not de. hibition and for the county unit law termined not to stand for will l your range the tnmach, Your money lwck uo the good temperance democrats to do so. He has made a splendid understanding thatquestionmoney the owner. or quibble if refunded without if not SUticfied. $1.00 the Bottle. of Garrard allow a man who led the member of the State's highest court, ON'F. bottle fails to give jou absolute Sold Only By Ut- tight for the whisky candidate for aril his dtcm'on will rot only be re- satisfaction. That is the beit way to safeguard your U. S. benator and is now trying to gretted by all who know his worth interest. elect the same whisky candidate, gov- but be a severe loss to jurisprudence. "Big Foot John" in Jail. ernor, to speak for them as to their temperance views; THE REXALL STORE beit advertisement. NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. "Big Foot John" Englemnn is in That's Eld. Joseph Ballou will preach at jail again. Some two months ago he McCormack's church next Sunday at robbed W. B. McKinney's chicken Democrats won in the municipal 3 P. M. house but when informed that he was election at Baltimore by an unprece At the Presbyterian analysis label on each dented majority, James H. Preston vices on Sunday, May 9,church, ser- wanted by the officers, he skipped out. High grade Paints have are as fol- It was hoped that he had shaken the THE MOST being elected mayor by over 15,000 lows: Sunday school 9:30; Morning dust from his feet for good and all, of can. Demand and accept no majority. The rest of the ticket won Worship 11 o'clock, sermon by Rev. but he turned up in town the other says Dr. E. M. E. does not show analysis of its contents. : : : : by handsome majorities. Who good m.; eveningGreen; C. 7:30.Society 7 p. day and his is arrestof followed. "Big that things are not coming the worship Stanford's best one Foo.t John" democratic way; At the Christian church Sunday, natured, but most no account NeMay 9: Sunday School at 9:30 A. M. groes nnd it is nothing new to him to SHUGARS' DRUG STORE, STANFORD, KY. Preaching and Lord's Supper at 10:45 Jennings Bryan is not the A. M., C. E. Society at 0:45 P. M., be behind prison walls. William OF SILKS, CREPES, CREPE DECHENE. SILK AND WOOL only member of the family who can Preaching at 7:30. Sec special Church W. Bryan, his and Sunday School advertisement in No Ute to Try and Wear O c Your do things. Charles POPLINS. SHOES AND OXFORDS, SILK HOSE EVER SHOWN Cold It Will Wear You Out Inttead brother, has just been elected a another column. suffering Thousands keep on of Lincoln, Neb., and as commissioner. IN CRAB ORCHARD. COME TO SEE FOR YOURSELF, j t Coughs and Colds through neglect he led the ticket by 700 votes he will MT. ZION. and delay. .Why make yourself an more than likely be its mayor. .People were gla to see the good easy prey to serious ailments and rains that were so badly needed. neglectus the HARRODSBURG, KENTUCKY Mr. and Mrs. Granville Murrell vis- epidemics Coughs results of a sap your . and Colds It has been sixteen years since iter her parents, Mr. nnC Mrs. Hiram ed Cold? strength and vitality unless checked Dewejr annihiliated the old Spanish Thompson, at Ottawa, last Sunday. in the early stages. Dr. King's hulks in Manilla Bay. We are remindMr. It. G. Smith is somewhat imis what you need the first ed of two thines: How rapidly the proved at this writing. dose helps. Your head clears up, you time has passed and what a costly act guest breathe freely and you feel so much ATMrs. Ida Thompson was the IMPROVED SERVICE, ACCOMODATIONS, ETC. SPECIAL Admiral Dewey's was for this good of her sister Mrs. Mecca Denny, also better. Buy a bottle today and start TENTION TO DINNER PARTIES country of ours. Mrs. Ethel White. taking at once. .Mrs. Belle Adams is slowly im proving. Ur Harmon of Lruii OrA "Bryan Special" passed through chard, is waiting on her. Hill Spalding Promoted. Lexington the other day. The ComMr. Hill Spalding, who has been Mr. Ashford Wilson has moved Opposite the Court-Hous- e, May seventh, nineteen and fifteen moner was not abode, but the train of here with his mother. representing the Union Central Life thirty-fiv- e cars carried 80.000 rations The farmers are busy planting Insurance Company in Danville sevDinner 6:00 P. M. to 2:00. A M. of grape juice, Mr. Bryan's favorite corn this week. eral months with great success, has drink. It came from Westfield, N. Y Dancing 9:00 P. M. to 2:00 A. M. Mr. Frank Smith and fnmiiy of been promoted and given much addi-- 1 and was consigned to merchants of Broughtontown visited Mr.' Oan tional territory. Lexington has been BEN C. ALLIN, Proprietor. Texas and the Southwest. added to his territory, and while he Brown last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Catherine Hensley is staying will continue to spend much time in Uanville he will be in Lexington a at Mr. Jim Todd's. W'ni"1ftn Cmr Oelinrna rf f3tn Mr. William Thompson is putting great part of his time. Danville Ad-- 1 ' thinks that prisoners should receive up wire fence. vocnte. wages. He seems forgetful of the Mr. Bryant Brown attended church uiuncui quotation mar. "tne wages o: at Mt. Olive last Sunday. A Seventy-Year-Ol- d Couple. sin is death." .Mrs. Daisy bimpson and .Mrs. l.iz- Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Carpenter. Ilnr-zi bimpson and daughter, Louisa, risburg, Pa suffered from kidney were guests of Mrs. Ida Thompson trouble for many years but have been HUSTONVILLE, KY. Georgetown is now in the class last Tuesday. entirely oured by Foley Kidney Pills. with Hustonville, Middleburg and Mrs. Emma Middleton has returned in have just Full Stock of Groceries, Crown Gasoline, Ma- Yosemite. Electric lights folks over home after a short visit to her par- He says: "Although we are both as the seventies we are us vigorous been turned on and the Minneapolis, Minn. ents in we were thirty years ago." Foley Kidthere are sitting up nights watching chine Oils, Etc. Get my Prices. Airs. Julia Smith has been visiting ney Pills stop sleep disturbing bladder them burn. niece, Mrs. Belle Adums the past weakness, backache, rheumatism and her They will surprise you. week. aching joints. Sold everywhere. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bowman, of Lan That good paper, the Danville caster was the guest of Mrs. P. T. Highest Market Price Paid For Country Produce Of Messenger, has just rounded out the Peace last Saturday and Sunday. You Here's AH Kinds. fifth year of its useful existence. May Beatrice Denny and Lizzie J lies it live forever and grow more useful were guests of their aunt, Mrs. Ida Market Place AdverThe People's and indispensable each year of its Thompson last Sunday night. life. tise What You Have to Sell Mr. and .Mrs. Charley Thompson were the guests of Mr. and .Mrs. George Rogers last Sunday. CALL and see Misses Straub's SAVES DAUGHTER Some pf the young folks here at- pretty line of summer hats 37-- 1 tended the singing and bible school at DISPLAY IN Flatwoods last Sunday. Graduating Pretentt at Mueller't Jewelry Store, Stanford. Advice of Mother bo Doubt Kidney Trouble Often Cautet Mid-Summ- er s and Heart Trouble. containing LOST Pocket book Daughter'! Uatiaely End. Two years ago I was badly run nbout $8.30 and three keys. Reward down, not able to do any work; suf- for return to M. S. Baughman. 37-- 2 fered from nervousness, heart trouWIITH A COOD STRONG FENCE WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED Ready, Ky. " I was not able to do ble, kidneys and bladd r in bad GENUINE German Millet Seed for anything for nearly six months," writes shape; no appetite, unable to do any sale by the Junction City Lumber Mrs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, "and work; and since using six bottles of Co., (Incorporated), of Junction City, A CAR LOAD I feel fine; Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoo-t, was down in bed (or three months. 37-- i. Ky. an, in excellent health and can do 1 cannot tell you how I suffered with kind my head, and with nervousness and most any Swamp-Roo-of light work. Since Come and catch on to the prevailI have been re AMERICAN FENCE using the I WANT no timber cut off of my t womanly troubles. lieved of all the above troubles. I place known as the Stratton farm, ing styles for Mid-Summe- r. the belt and cheapest. Catch Our family doctor told my husband he cheerfully above testimony, and will permit no trespassing on it. give the could not do me any (,'ood, and he had 1 mean what 1 bay. others may be benefited. James approved styles for Summer wear. o give it up. We tried another doctor, and hope Very truly yours. Neal's Creek, section, Stanford. 37-I- p ne aia not neip me. L. DICKSON, J. (o take At last, my mother Westminister, S. C. FOR SALE. Fine ripe canned Prices as usual, Lower than elsewhere. Cardui, the woman's advised me thought Sworn to before me, tonic. 1 Crab Orchard peaches; put up at tho orchard and Kentucky t was no use for 1 was nearly dead and S. L. BROWNLEE, fine in every way; cans full and only Come and be convinced. nothing seemed to do me any good. But Justice of the Peace. select fruit used; have given satistook eleven bottles, and now 1 am able faction wherever used. $1.50 per Our Spring Line now complete with all of to do all of my work and my own dozen, f. o . b. King's Mountain, AdLetter to C. washing. L. Beazley & Co Dr. Kilmer & Co., dress L. B. Lee, Wuynesburg, Ky.7-3- p I think Cardui Is the best medicine In fabrics. Clearance Sale still on. am. Ja Binghamton, N. Y. the world. My weight has increased, DR. J. G. CARPENTER Office and I look the picture of health. " $5 and $7.50. See our Ladies' Suits Will Do in Lincoln Ccunty National Prove What Swamp-Roo- t Bank If you suffer from any of the ailments For You , Building Eye, nose, throat, car, Gen-etpeculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui to Dr. Kilmer & Send ten cents urinary, rcctnl, pelvic diseases, today. Delay is dangerous. We know Co.. Binchamton. N. Y. for a samnlo surgery, consultations. Eyes skillfully 1 it will help you, for it has helped so sizo will convince anyone tested, glasses scientifically prescib-eIt many thousands of other weak women You bottle.nuo will receive a booklet of Vmi in the past 50 years. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER valuable information, telling nbout At all druggists. tho kidneys nnd bladder. When writA. S. PRICE DENTIST UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMEI Furniture Matting, Rugs. Furni WtUtH. Chatttnoott. Mtdldnt Co.. Udl' ing, be sure nnd mention the Stun, ture Exchanged fer all Kindt 4nwifirw Tri ('hiitiniAiii Tnn ( Regular fifty r. i ford Interior Journal. Hourt, 8 to 4 o'clock Office Phone 117. Heme Phene M n3 64 ptgtVwk'Homt Of Steele. your cat r size bottles for tl'itriuiiemi onWomen,'' in plain wrtcptr. N.0. 139 cent nnd 20-STMF0RD, KENTUCKY. Office Over Shugar't Drug Store sale at all drug sores. PHONE 42 STANFORD. KY, tiouovniu I'll mi PAINT l$Jt nivZi .H' n- in1" Pure Prepared Paint laborer to president of the immense concern that bears his name. .)lr, Reynolds has always made it n prac tice to put into newspnper advertising from two to three per cent, of his heir it sales of the preceding yenr. it known that the sales of the Rey nolds Company run well into the mil lions, the amount invested in advertising is considerable. More than that, what Mr. Reynolds says about the value of newspaper ni?crtiing should have weight with other business men who have not achieved his prominence or success. When the European war broke out Mr. Reynolds says he increased his advertising space in the newspapers. He followed an nxium laid down by John Wunamaker many years ago, than when business gets dull then is the time to do the heaviest advertising. As a result of this investment, when times threatened to be duller than ever, Mr. Reynolds declares that his business since the outbreak of the European war has been hotter than ever before. There is a business lesson in this experience one that every merchant of Stanford would do well to heed. It pays to ndvertio. R. J. Reynolds no is one or the worlds great men is a tobacco man. He has risen from Chief Deputy Jailer of this, JclTcrson County, n mnn of unquestioned honesty and integrity, is nmong well known Louisville people who endorse Tanlac, the new medicine that Is accomplishing such remarkable results in this city. Mr. Donahue's statement is as follows: "It gives mo great pleasure to recommend Tanlac, as I have found it quite bencficiol in my case. I have used the medicine for n gcnernl rundown condition of the system." The demand for Tnnlac. the prepa ration referred to by Mr. Donahue, Is now very great in Louisville, nnd is steadily Increasing. In this connection, L. T. Cooper, who is personally directing the introduction of the famous medicine, said: "I nm indeed, gratified to sec such marked enthusiasm, as I now feel justified in my prediction thnt Tnnlac would prove just as successful in Louisville ns it has in the Inrger cities. The system, besides being purified by Tnnlac, is toned up nnd invigorated. at the preparation, aside from assisting the blood, rcinvigoratcs the constitution, overcoming, ns It seems to quickly do, nervousness, indigestion, nonnssimilation of food, headaches, backache, dizziness, kidney complaints general rundown condition of the system, nnd mnny other complaints that arc so common to thousands in this section. "Tnnlac is especially valuable in catarrhal affection of the mucuous membranes, which I consider the foundation of most ailments nnd diseases People who are ntTectcd With catarrh of the head, throat and stomach are generally .noody nnd depressed, with an occasionel dull headache, accumulations in the nose and throat, affecteo memory, and a depreciated sense of smell and taste, which finally results in an affected hearing." Tnnlac can now be bought in Stanford at Penny's drug store. Judge Carroll to Retire? News cames from Frankfort thnt Judge John D. Carroll who represents May 7. Pat Donahue, 3 CLOTHES to MEASURE No line of merchandise hat been lo improved in the lait ten yean at ready workmanthip at it now turned out by the made clothing. Such high cl mabert of our "Collegian Clothet" enahlet ut to (it almost any shaped man yet there are tome people to thin and tall, to thort and fat, tome 10 ill'ihaped that they cannot be easily fitted, and many young men who want extreme ttylet and io all of theie mutt have their clothet Tailor Made that way you get the length of your coat, the helghth of your vett, the tile of your troutert juttt at you want thrm. We make them to your measure we make them jutt at you want them, if they don't fit you, you don't take them we thip them right back. Every tuit made to your meature it ALL WOOL, perfectly tailored and trimmed, at $15 to $30 the popular price for good clothet. We can fit you the pricet I t are low the ttylet perfect. I I t t I t I I 1 McROBERTS & BAILEY I iiii:i: hook Geo. ' u Ky. H & W. the Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, brand Paint that ATTRACTIVE LINE Graham Springs ITotel L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky Opens May first, nineteen and fifteen Opening ball, Friday evening T. D. NEWLAND Wants to Sell You a W. J. Oliver Plow. A Plow that is O. K. B. W. LEIGH. Also Your Good Fresh Garden Seed. Go To Farris' For Your n What Want Garden Tools and Seeds.... i Great Variety And Prices Right. Millinery May 5, 6, 7, 8, Pre-vent- Nrr-voutn- Protect Your Crops A Reduction In All Spring Hats ji 1 W. E. PERKINS J. the J. MTlary at AJLtV9Hfllfcgtt yv 21 s . o, EMPORIUM, . d. !G-3- CHAS. WHEEt$R,'HuitonvilIe, Ky. one-dolln- T 1. m.m i'f iijjji 4a l JWj vw ak' n-- . The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, May 7, 1 9 J 5. ir When You Have a Policy Written by r You Can Buy Cheaper At Lyons' Busy Cash Store. Matting Now It the Matting Srmon 25c value, tt 22c per yard 20c value, Hi 18c per yard Gents Furnishings Palm Reach t $1.00 Dress $ .50 Work 10c Suit, $7.50 Shirt, at Shirt, at value .. $G.50 95 45 value, at Ginghams Aprons Apron, large 9jc 45c Large Bungalow itr, at Lyons' Busy Cash Store. J. W. Taylor, Manager. Next to Postoffice, Stanford,Ky. Superior Cultivators, Brown Cultivators, Oliver Cultivators, Etc., Etc. W.HLHigginS, Stanford, Ky. lk, aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaL aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaf aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV I Mr. Home Owner: A. S. H. R. 3228 A . a 1 f t Sired ly DlRtiity Dare 11)02, he by bath room is both a necessity and a luxChester Dnrc 10 ho by Muck .Squirrel 08, he by KIiir William 07j dam ury. You need one and we're prepared to suploxnwny loon, nliio reentered in .S. II. II.; rite by Abilallnh ply you on short notice. Prices very reasonaVol. 10, A. Mntnbrino 37 IB, he by Almont 3,1; ble and workmanship unsurpassed. See us 2nd dnm I.iidy IMvia, by Crlt l)avi, by Hnurhon Chief: 3rd dnm. Mattic and let us quote you prices. S., by Foreign Light, by Foreigner, by Imported (Jlencn- - Jlh dnm Ilettic C. by Cunningham' t'oppcrbottom. NOTK Almont I)itrc' colts from grade mare bring n hiirh n $300 at weanling to JfiOO and $1000 nl Stanford, Ky. llircc to four years; $000 wan offered for his dnm at 2 years old We have a NEW GASOLINE ENGINE TO SHOW and $400 for his 2ml dam when horses were cheap. One full broYOU. Call and see it. ther sold for $3,(!00 and another reported sold for $1,500, and one sister. Toxy Dare offered Sl.fiOO for. His 3rd dnm could rack as fast ns a ns an old shoe, knows nothing of forRood horse could run under whin and A Pen Picture of Edwin P. spur. He is a pretty bay 10 hands Morrow From Hit Home Town mality, and has such a genuine love of humanity, that P Is no wonder and weighs around 1200 pounds. he l: nhvnys spoken of in words of CJoes C illhtlnct gnil nil Rood and ITiillnil Sttiti.q DUtrlrl Attmnnv affection. fast. Pretty Rood breeding, don't you think so? Kdufn P. Morrow, of Somerset, Ky., When the good old summer lime who is now spoken of so persistently comesSeutnn 11)13 nt my stable, 2 ne nis nenu is rigni mere mile from Hustonville, on Liberty as the next Republican Governor of forgets about law and statesmanship Pike nt $10 to insure a live colt. Kentucky, is n young man of about 35 ne loves tlic Hills, thu trees, the Monty iIjc when colt is foaled, mare years of nge, bom in Somerset, Pulas- birds and the cieeks they nil seem to partetl u.th o; bred elsewhere. '.Irass ki county, Kentucky, nnil has spent all have a special meaning for him, and nt $2 per month and all stork will his life in this mountain county. He is he enjoys nothing more than donning have my personal attention, but will possessed of splendid talents and abil- fisherman's clothes nnd going forth I'ot be responsible for accidents. ity. As a lawyer anil advocate before to spend a day along the the banks of Correspondence and inspection in- twelve men in a box he has few the picturesque streams thnt abound cited. equals. When you see him engaged in the hills of his native state. Will also stand my biir mule and and engrossed in a case in court one You ran sec side of hii na feels that his whole attention is cen ture in his ownanother a simple cot Jennet jack on same terms. home S. T. POWELL, Hustonville, Ky. tered therein; when he makes his plea ,n.. I I I .1 I... .1., .....!. ...I. i I .eforo a jury you know he is !'" ..t "B iiuLi: l. nui iuuiiiick all uitn BlllllIU mille vinc-claiis peace, happi-whol-. There self Into it living and feeling ncss ROWLAND PEAVINE, every word he utters he makes his m-- i v al)(J ,i(.onlcnt t,i t .. , WUIMII1T.. ...... ,w ... HUM tunic "ii clients case his ow.. Registered .ir,,i IICIM ,ll, ot.1.1... .T.VII .111 u i il(ll .. .mil ,i... sinking ,;,i, us lullabv..u then As a campaign sneaker he immedi Chestnut stallion, star and snip, some back. foaled .May 14, 11(12. Sired by Hex ately reaches the hearts of his audi- glance down and see two happy chiPeavine 1"!)(5. bv Ilex McDonald H31. ence, never overshooting the mark, ldren swinging nnd dancing ulong at by Rex Denmark 840. First dam using always the plain speech of the his side. IJourboniste 1)207, (full sister to common people, with the capacity of These are pictuies one can see of Ilourbon's Hest) by llourbon Chief flights of eloquence which stirs the the possible Governor of Kentucky imagination and grips the heart- in his old home town. 070. by Harrison Chief Hi0l5. bv Clark Chief 80 (Sims 8!)), Second strings of his heurers. H. H. Iluchler. With all his achievements he never dnm, the Modioli Square Garden champion. Judy Oliver t!l07. bv Ked takes himself very seriously; he has Commercial Club Meet Friday Night Cloud 2107, Indian Chief 1718. "Third an almost boyish trick of throwing The Stanford Commercial Club is dam by Wilson's King 2107, Fourth back his head, passing his hand over Fri. (Inm, daughter of him s (. lark Chief his face, and laughing. He knows ev- called to meet at the court-hous- e erybody and everybody knows him. day night nt 7:30. A full attendance 2575. This colt is deserving of caref il .No one ever dated to ".Mr him. hut of the members is desired as imporconsideration to the breeders of sad- it is always "Hello, Kd." He is plain tant business is to lie considered. dle mares, coming from a family of show horses, and a show horse himself, having defeated such colts as Kichnrd Couer De Loon, which sold for $1,500 anil other good ones. Will stand at $15 to insure a living colt. It would be judicious to take advantage of tins low prp e, for th. chances are that his fee will be hih or next season. Itetneinlier that the bet horses are & ' the bot bred onus. He sure and take n look at him ncM j$ Hominy, horse show and rouit day. ,r m Will make the mmmti to a liinite I number of approved nmres at Nun TH'Me'"" toek yards, Stanford. f Our entire stock of New Spring Goods (ira-- s at 10c per day. Feed at cot I I Almont Dare ll Bromley & Bromley Insurance Agents You Know That It Is Worth Face Value When Called For Payment. Fire, Life, Health and Accident, Live Stock, Bonds, Plate Glass, etc. "Not Here for a Day, But For All Time' Warner & Bower, Stanford, Kentucky. I Fresh Vegetables Always on Hand. Get Tliem in Three Times Each Week. Best of Fruits of Various Kinds. Call and Get Some. u, ',i. E. B. Campbell, Stanford. ..- - SEE THE- - John Deer & Brinley Leverless Cultivator AT I SPRING I " E. T. PENCE, Stanford, Ky Rex Coal Black Star .- -. ANNOUNCEMENT. eg Stanford, C. L. Dudderar - Kentucky S has arrived. Every department Ef is full to .i W aaaaaaaaaaaaK bbbbbbbbbbbbbB. aaaaaHaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaWafVamV aaaaE aaV iaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaTw aaaaaaaaaaaaf aaaaaaaaal aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaK Tvfc JJaaaa tjS m.faV 1 vsR3? 'ws3if&.. WiifJ r' '' -, I Mi a-- V. JMYjFV ta -,. aaaaaaaaal Mm alS . aaaaak taA Bi AmtJBMk i&MtiX:& JlTn i. J .'.;...... ;. -- i - ll I iN twi "' f t I'll ' f M. m,. i ALL PEAVINE 4092 Rrx Peavine 1796 Lucy Weill G404, by Peavine 85 Champion Sire of World at Eight Year All Peavine needt no introduction to the people of Kentucky. I have won more big event with hit produce than any other firm or individual in itallion at the Kentucky. He iired the champion colt and Kentucky State Fair 1914. Champion from the youngeit to the oldeit of hi produce. I have old six of hi colt and fillies from fifteen to two r.iC.ith old for an aggregate um of $3,455. ' FEE $25.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT three-year-ol- d TOLBERT. Register 5002 Foaled July 8, 1911, will make the season at our bam nt Morcland at $10 to inMire a live colt. Season due when colt is foaled or mare parted with or moved from the county. Tolbert is n black jack with white points. 15 hands high, heavy bone, good feet nnd perfect in every respect. He made his first .season in 191 nnd is proving to be a wonderful sire, some of his colts having arrived nnd measure from 3 feet 3 inches, to 3 feet fi inches, and built in proportion. It will pay you to investigate Tolbert and his colts before breeding your marcs. Will endeavor to aoid all accidents hut will not be responsible should any happen. 1 -2 the brim. Men's and Young Men's Clothing, Oxfords for Men, Boys and little Gents, Ladies and Misses. We are showing these in all leathers; also White Cravenettes, with red rubber soles. A new line of Dress Goods, Children's Wash Suits, Little Dresses and Little Play Suits for Boys and Girls. Camp Fire and Tennis Oxfords. We have a large supply of Straw Hats of all kinds for Boys, Misses and Little Folks. Call around and we will show you. r -- it Black Crescent All hot, No free Burners i soot, few ashes wWi.,1 REX COAL YARDS H. L. PERKINS, Prop., Successor to E. B. Denham I Robinson's. BLEUCHER 46158 Record 2:29i . Trial 2:14. Half Brother to Lula Watts (2) 2:27Vi Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 15 hands, foaled Standard Registered Vol. 18. 190G Good m Property For Sale at McKinney, Kentucky Morcland, C. M. BACK & SONS ' SHIEK the champion pony (tallion of Kentucky at the Blue Gra Fair, at Lexington and Kentucky State Fair, at Louiiville in 1013 and 1914. Big enough to aire a uieful pony. Can do more under taddle and to harne than any pony in Kentucky. TEN DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COLT At unie place two good mule jack at $10.00. $10.00 for grey jack and eight dollar for young jack to iniure living colt. Money dun with all tock when colt it foaled or mare leave poitntion of owner, at time of All care taken to prevent accident, but not rrponible thould ervice. any occur. Shiek wa ... Kentucky Hotel, about 50 yard from depot. 20x60 feet store room with 10 feet aide room. Good amall livery barn, will hold 14 hore. Good buggy ihed, will hold six rig. Good garden, two good well, cow barn, good lot, bet location in town for buiinen, will sell this property on the following term: h down; in oie year; one. fourth in two year; h in three year. The party that buy the property mutt keep the property iniured for enough to cover the balance. A lien will be retained on the property for the purchase money; note bearing 6 per cent interest from date. One-fourtone-fourt- h one-fourt- R. S. SCUDDER McKinney, Kentucky llMllllllllHlilHlilll1iillllillinf'nati'''!B"!r TTTJ:''liiTlilftT;?"' r'.'"?H: JjM JMSLFJO $ 2 1, .' ' .' "' ":. ISSsrot JTgngr .n,' A Car of Lehigh Just Arrived We have just unloaded a car of Lehigh Portland Cement at our warehouse. If you are in the market for cement this is a chance you cannot afford to overlook. Lehigh is n cement which gives you the best value, for it is ground to Buch a fineness that it makes the strongest concrete. SIR RAY. No. U85Z This great Imp. Percheron stallion will make the present season of 1915 nt my farm, 31- - miles from Stanford. Ky.. on the Crab Orchard pike, at $15 to insure n living colt. If mare is sold or parted with after being bred the season is then due. Tho utmost care and attention will be given to the breeding of mures, but will not be responsible for accidents should any occur. Sir Kay is n beautiful chestnut horse, 7 years old, Ki'.i hnnds high, weighing 1,050 pounus; great style and action. He is a great breeder and sure foal getter. As un individual anil a breeder, ho is in n class by himself. He has made two seasons in this county, at Crab Orchard nnd Sir all of his colts are high class. Ray is by Honest Tom 40701, and is bred right nil through. B. W. GAINES, R. F. D. 1, Stanford "Alcyone 032, 2:27 Dark Night 2858 Sire of 00, il.'ims of 05 Sire of 21. in. Search L Noon day. Bright. light 3:034 By St. Elmo 275 f Silent Brook 1979 . .. light Daik Great Brood Mure. Record 2:10i, sire of Wilkes 2:09, Vnlpa Billy Burk. 2:034, etc. Harry Cay 15, 2:291 MeaShawbay 2:07 Jenny Clay hire of I, dams of til). dow Brook Great brood mare. Norwood Belle Kmmn Brook By Norwood 522 Lndy Znrrine 1758, Wilkes Baron Bellbrook 2:10, etc. 2:18; sire of 12 in Moko 2 1.157 2:10, etc. A V 2:08, 'i, 2:09, 2:09, 2:07, 2:09. We have a nice clean ttock of merchandise that we will tell, Partie desiring to go into business will do well to look at this property and stock of good. If interested call or write 2:01i. Ferno2:054, Native Belle (3) lClnyo. (2) . Sire of Brcnda Yorkel 2: Jlonrico (3) I Queen Ethel Dam of 2:27', Bleucher 2:29i. tr. 2:17; out of n half sister to Silent Brook 2:KH4. Dam of Lala Watts, 2:07',i, Susie 2:09U, etc. 2:08, 00 Yi, Silver Silk (1) N. (3) uy struttimore Bumps2:03i wa. MASTERS & BOWYER McKINNEY, KENTUCKY Wilkes Nutwood 8000. Betty Clay Half sister to Silent Clay (4) Lilly Brook 2:24 ; Wilkes 2:04. sire of Carl 2:00, Prue 2, 2:21. 4, Clay, Reddio Clay. 2:254, and JennyHarry Clay By dam of 2:10. (4) 2:25, 3-4, 45. Dam of Silent Brook Reddie Clay etc. A Fine Draft Stallion AND A GREAT SHETLAND LLnlWlCEMENT has been used on many of the largest municipal and paving contracts throughout the country a good test of its reliability. It will give you the best satisfaction in your concrete work. Come in and let us figure on your requirements. FOR SALE BY J. H. BAUGHMAN &. CO. () have arranged with S. H. Huugli-ran- n to stand his black draft stallion BLACK JOE which sired the colts which sold ut his sale last fall nt prices that mmlo ever body take notice, Ho weighs 1,500 big boned nouuds. is u ami a dandy. Will make the season nt my farm in Somerset piKe ui m. ENRIQUE n I will also btand the registered winner Knrique, the bebt Shetland pony stallion in this mut of the state, at $10. See botli of these before you breed. Will also stand n young jack to curve u few marc-- nt $6. M. S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky. I four-yciir-ol- d. blue-ribbo- Margaret Bathgnto (4) 2:11 etc. Sired Brigade (2) 2:10 etc. His dnm, Jenny Clay, also prodam of Chatty Direct (4) 2:07 nnd was grandam of Prue 2:21 duced Reddie Clay 2:25 (winner Kentucky Futurity.) Moko 21457. siro of Fereno 2:05 Native (Futurity winner,) (D) J:i4 Uremia Yorke (3) 2:08 (champic in three-Sil- k Ilello (li) 2:07 4 (Futurity winner,) (3) :i:00 2 (Futurity winner,) Silver (4) filly,) Mnnrico (3) 2:07 year-ol- d (Futurity winner.) Gomoko 2:1 0. Jlobel :0S Susie X. 3) 2:00 (Futu- Mochester 2:10 1.4. Momnster 2:11. Siliko (3) 2:11 2:10 rity winner) etc. Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting O'Neil (3) Martha Tipton (4) 2:09 stallion,) Vito (4) 2:09 Baton D. 2:10, etc. Brother to Bumps 2:03 2:13 trial mile 2;14 half in 1:0'!, Bleucher 40158, record 2:29 last quarter in 32 seconds, is a hamhome seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 pounds. He greatly resembles his good sire Silent Brook and is out of Clno, by tho great Futurity siro Moko. Foreign demand will exhaust the supply nnd wo may expect better prices for our horses in the future. Our advice to mare owners is to breed their mnres nnd to breed them to stallions of merit and proven worth us sires. Bleucher is just the typo to produce the colts thut will supply tho demand. His colts hino proven fine, with nice head und neck and plenty of bone nnd fonfoimation. o This great trotting stallion will make the season of 1915 at my in Lancaster, Kentucky, at $20.00 to lnure a livin colt. I am prepared to care for mares at 10c per ay. W. B. BURTON, Lancaster, Ky. 3-1, 4, 2. 13-4, 3-1- -1 !14. 1- -4 2, 4, 3-4, 4, 3-sta-bl- Meadow sire of Billy Burk 2:03 Silent Brook 19709, 2:16 Betty Brook 2:09 4 Znrrine 2:07 Shawbay 2:07 Brook 2:00 Lndy Bellbrook 2:10, Butter Brook 2:10 Emma Brook 2:09 2, 3-3-4, Si-le- nt After you have crushed all the limestone you .Only practical crusher n.ade to crush any u rvut wm, usv. nunc iiHJiicjr nusiiing size, (or concrete and load work as well as H tor otheis. first to cer into the business in your locality. -- gTrnfltai;-'W:r. Wheeling CrusJi-Your Wheeling W mr tMl lniit 1a will earn biic profit. No nerd to Invest a lot of the only crusher to buy, Mado In (even uu.n-- j , uur ju. i,Bjni you. uo raparuy sues to nt ail crusmng nceus as i.tui-anu conuuions. imwuia vmy wun a i netiuis;. PRFP Ramlr liming Rnins witl Farming" tells att every flur I IK.. Down rMlxin prohts, how crushing pays, facts about WHI farmer needs to know. Write (or it today before you forget. sTuuuia moid s reuwT ce.. ti,itd sirwt. kwxuiu, n. ..ii-- Buy it With Your Profits - PtsMsMaT BaUaMtsMtatraw ItltMM & ft W. P. Kincaid, District Agt., Stanford, Kentucky. .' - wctau i jy1 !.,- - TV f' : N 1 i - , 1 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, May 2788 REPORT OF THE CONDITION No. 7, 1915. Ry., nt Shelby City. It is composed of the best quality of lilurgrnss soil, has been owned by John J. Crnlg nnd his nnccstry for more than 100 yenrs, has never been tired or abused, Is in a high stntc of cultivation, nnd contains virgin soil, hemp nnd tobacco Innd. It is spllcndiilly improved with y liricfc residence, n having spacious halls, verandas, furnace nnd hot nnd cold water nnd bnth. It has all necessary farm buildings, Much ns servants house, stables, cribs, rnrringc nnd ice house, nod cattle shed. All stable and stock lots are enclosed with stone fencing, nnd many of the division fences are stone. A beautiful nvenue leads to residence which Is surrounded by mngnifiricnt forest trees, nnd In which Is attached two-stor- OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK t Stanford, in the Stale of Kentucky, at elo.e of lutlne.., May -- -4 I J:.,...,i. U. S. hon.li denoslted lo .eeure circulation (par alue) Subscription to itock of Federal Re S4.800.00 II. -- L. lit, 1915 r..i.. RESOURCES K.M In bunk) $189,894,27 50,000,00 1,600.00 .... ... I n.nkinr houie. $4.G25i furniture and fixtures, $2,173.50 .. Other real ettate owned .. Du. from Federal reterre hank Due from approed reterre agent in New York, $ 863.36 Chicafo, and St, Louii fla ft Tflttl til OlhCT TC tnnrnr! 13,256.62 cltle. n... ier k.nL. .nil h.nlrer. folher than included in 8 or 9) 41,86 ... S rk.,.tl mUmfVm mil nttir rash Item. . 169,14 Fractional currency, nickel., and cent. Note, of other national bank. Lawful money re.ere In bankt Tol.l coin and certificate. Leral.tender note. .. R.J.nniln. funJ wild U. S. Trea.urer (not more than 5 per cent on circulation) All other .lock., Including premium .m.,i ..nn.M 3.200.00 on lime ?'25'22 6,798.50 H'SSl?? 3,069.50 of the County Road Engineer could contract legally with the county to A lionil kno of $ir0,00 for roads build roads. in McCrenry County will lie voted U. C. Terrell, Public this nummer. Doubts Frank's Guilt. Rontl Commissioner, hn been notiThe Stntc of Georgia In her own fied that the election for the bond issue would he held thin year. The good name nnd fame nnd honor canFiscal Court of Owen county will of-f- not afford to execute death sentence Frank. to the citizen residing on the upon the condemned Leo highways to Warsaw, Georgetown There is plenty of doubt nbundnncc nnd Newcastle to construct n model of doubt as to his guilt. road nlong the highway gn which the residents offer the largest nmount of DKMAND Formula Label on your money in subscription to nld in the work. The state will donate $4,700 House Paint purchases II. &. V. has 30-- 2 for that purpose. The Fiscnl Court it. of Jessamine County has submitted Tour to the Panama Exposition General Gurnet the to Attorney question whether or not the brother Free. Good Roads News. cr . PUBLIC SALE 55G n lovely Acres of Blue Grass Land 1 will sell publicly, Wednesday, May 12, 1915 on the premises the homestead of tho late John J. Craig, deceased, known as Wnvelund, embracing fi5(l acres, sittinted in lloylc county, Ky on tho Danville nnd Hustonvillo turnpike, about one mile south of Danville, where nrc loented the great schools for young ladies nnd young men, the Kentucky College for Women nnd Central University, and also n Preparatory School for boys, and two Mod-cHigh Schools. This farm Is with- ttl flfl nilnttfna tlrll., itf llin nnmannrwn- stations of the Q. & C. nnd southern Knuwnys ni nanvuie nnii the I.. & . As executrix I will sell n herd of splendid Polled Durham entile, composed of calves, heifers, cows and steers, also some work mules nnd horses, corn in tho crib, cnrrlnges nnd fnrmlng Im- same time n high state of cultivation. At the garden, now planted, and In Snlo will begin at 1 tfO P. M., nnd the farm will be sold for cash, Imlanco of purchase price In I'Mii.il inxtnllnipnts In 1. '2. 3 and 4 years, with 0 per rent, thereon, paywith Hen retained able on the Innd. Possession will be given Immediately, and all leases and crop contracts will be assigned to purchaser. Premises will be shown Interested parties. BETTIE CRAIG, Eaeculrix, one-third plement. Danville, Ky. fm rlr 14,119.98 .07 11.00 1,045.00 8,240.00 1,535.00 2,500.00 $284,642.67 $ Total LIABILITIES Capital dock paid in ... Surplu. fund $ 4,322.32 Undivided profit. 2,305.64 Let. current expen.e., intere.t and taxe. paid 50,000.00 Circulating; note. Let. amount on hand and in Trea.ury for re- t!nm 800.00 ia UCIIipilUII Ul an tranlir Due to bank, and banker, (other than included in 5 or 6).... Individual depo.it. .ubject lo cnecK $13,350.00 Certificate, of depo.it due on or after 30 day. 10,433.42 Depo.it. .ubject to 30 or more day.' notice Bill, payable, including obligation, repre.enting money bor. ' rowed 50,000.00 28,500.00 2,016.68 49,200.00 310.29 109,832.23 ,. l 23,783.42 21,000.00 Total $284,642.67 The Wonder Car" State of Kentucky, County, of Lincol n, ; bank, do .olemnly I, H. C. Baughman, Ca.hier of the above-name.wear that the above ttatement i. true to the be.t of my knowledge and beH. C. BAUGHMAN, Ca.hier lief. Sub.cribed and .worn to before me Correct Attest? S. T. HARRIS, (hi. 5th of May, 1915, d W. M. BRIGHT, Notary Public My Commission Expire. Jan. 1, 1916. J. M. D. ELMORE, S. HOCKER Director. i Waten Problems totESMyid by thelr No refrigerator on earth keeps food fresher anil finer tastinp; than the Automatic. As machine it a plain deserves the consideration of every careful housewife. In addition to this you get in the Automatic the famous "Built-in- " water cooler in a which provides class by itself an abundance of safe, cold drinking water, perfectly protected against dust, impurities .and lood ouors. Vnn will ! intprpstpil in spr ing the Automatic, even if you aren t ready to uuy. food-keepin- You will have only yourself to blame if you are "talked into" buying an "unsuitable" or a "theoretical" Car. The two commonest mistakes made in buying an automobile are First, Buying a car not suited to your needs. Second, Buying a car that has not passed the theory stage. The first mistake buying an "unsuitable" car is perhaps made even less often than the second. But for your own sake study your needs sensibly, just as you study your household needs, and buy a car you can afford to enjoy a car you will have pride in, and yet one that will not be a "ghost of reproach" to your good Come in and see it. PENCE & HILL, Stanford, Ky Cock Robin, Jr. Spotted Stallion Pony, by Cock Robin, the great show pony. 51 inches tall, perfectly broken to ride and drive. Can rack and trot like a big horse. Will make the Season of 1915 at our premises, the Walker farm, 2 miles from Danville on the Stanford Dike, at $10 to iusure a live colt. Cock Robin has won wherever shown. See him before you breed. sense. " theoretical' ' car is perhaps the sadder mistake of the two because when you have made this mistake, you have on your hands some engineer's or designer's untried theory, instead of a tried, known, successful oar. And you have paid a price that, put in the right car, would never have been a reproach but would have The second mistake buying a bought an automobile of real pride and joy. betakes being constantly made cause we see sensible people being: constantly talked into these "automobile fiascos" that we boast so much about the record of the car we It is because we see these two mis- sell The Maxwell. to-day cost that any man of any standing can afford, and at an original cost that is simply a practical investment. 38,000 happy satisfied Maxwell owners are driving 38,000 handsome streamline Maxwell Cars at anup-kee- p 200 Maxwell Cars Every Day Twelve hundred a week, five thousand a month. now and constantly increasing. That is the actual output of "The Wonder Car" right . John S. Baughman, 588-- 6, Not bare promises that cannot be kept, but actual deliveries to Maxwell Dealers. Stop! Think a moment. There must be something back of a production so great. There must be the hearty approval and confidence of the public in the car they buy and the car must merit it all. 26 Maxwell cars every hour of the business day. Yes, that is just what the public are buying, and when you order a Maxwell, you get one the day you want it. Back of each Maxwell stands one of the greatest and most efficient organizations in the industry, and one strong enough financially to insure you against the purchase of an " orphan car ' ' and to give you actual deliveries of a wonderful car on the day you want it. Phones 523 and Danville, :: Kentucky. The Maxwell Company's Guarantee of Service to Maxwell Owners 1- v t ten ($10) dollar to in.ure a living colt. Description and Pedigree Don Varrick i. a beautiful che.tnut, 16 2 hand., with .nip and white hind feet) weighs 1400 pounds and as compactly built as a pony, with plenty of bone superb breeder as his colts will show for them.elve. and finish. Ha is Prestolight, one of his colts went a mile last year at Lexington in 2tll 1.2 and another in Ohio in 2il0. No other horse ever stood at so low a price with two colts in the ten list. Don Varrick is by Onward Silver 2i05 1.4) 1st dam by Wilkes Boy 2i24 2nd dam by Bogg's Grey Eagle. Don Varrick has plenty of speed, having shown quarters in 34 2 seconds and went half splendid disposition mile at Danville on 12 mile track in lilO. He has vim. which he imparls to his colts, All his colts are prompt drivers, full-obreeding elsewhere. He will take your They need no whip. See him before breeding to him. eye and you will make no mi. take in A FINE MULE JACK. I will alto stand the Bun Gaines jack at the at same place at $10 a season. Will stand a fine registered Shorthorn Bull or1 2 to insure. Money due in all cases when animal is bred elsewhere W. R. GAINES, Crab Orchard, Ky. parted with. f Danville, Ky. JOE McDOWELL, Phone 232-R- , will make the .ea.on of 1915at my .table, nnN V UUn VARRlPk" mie from Crab Orchard, on the Singleton place No other automobile is backed by a more reliable service than that guaranteed every Maxwell owner. More than 2,000 Maxwell dealers in every part of this country are always ready to give expert advice, to make adjustments, and to supply new parts at reasonable prices. This splendid Maxwell dealer service organization is perfected and completed by the chain of Maxwell owned and Maxwell operated Service Branches. Sixteen great Maxwell Service Stations are so located throughout the country (that a Maxwell dealer can supply any part for an owner within a few hours if not in his stock. Maxwell Service is one of the great advantages enjoyed by Maxwell owners. Order a Maxwell from us now, and when you want it delivered, we will give you your car not an excuse on delivery day $695 KTKHT "EVERY ROAD IS A MAXWELL ROAD" STANFORD, KENTUCKY H. C. CARPENTER, Agent Lincoln County National Bank f.o.s. CUCTI1C 8TAIJII $55 Service Station, Somerset Street $695 union; HIM r.o.r uxcrtic tTAlTU $55 CXTU Mfc(d tff9K UV-i- . Jjwt, f --.at.Twfc.,., V j:J V The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, May 7, 1915. Birk headache, biliousness, piles and lad breath nro usually caused by inao-tiv- o IkhvcIs. Get n box of Itcall Orderlies. They act gently and effectively. Bold only by ui at 10 cents. Penny' Drug Store. 'S. . f When Motoring to ....DANVILLE.... Stop At The HAVE YOU A BANK ACCOUNT ????? If not, do you expect to go through life without one? Improve your financial Make money Personal and Social several days. the guest O. Mm. Shop Perfect. And Refresh Yourself in our Soda Parlor. We Have Moved To the Lapsley Building, on Main Street, just East of our old location, and 1 Jo'cnh Coffey linn been ill for condition. save it. Deposit it in the FIRSTNATIONAL BANK whrre it will earn you interest and ecure you a living when you are old and too infirm to work. I t t I t with Carroll Duddcrnr Thurainy. J. C. I.yrin returned to Frankfort Wedncday after spending several days here with his wife. of nenr Mr. and Mrs. Will Nr-nl-, Mtiivhihd. We it-- hele Thuinduy (ill liu- sincss and shopping. ffa Ncwlnnd Is up from Burnslde, (Incorporated) 01 nift son, uwsicy iewinnu. DANVILLE, - - K.Y. Kliznlicth Pillion has been ill Mm. for sevornl day. N. C. llick-i- , jf the Went Knd, wn Miss Prlscilln Newborn, of Htn- In town ThuMilhy. guest of Mrs. Rodman Joe McDowell, of Danville was here tonvillc, is the I. SHOP PERFECT or town. Woods is thu Mis Susan guest f her sister, Mrs. S. M. Allen nt Millcndiurir. Mrs. K. J. Howcnsteln and little son, are the guests of her sister, Mrs. .1. I,. II. CofToy at Frankfort. Mrs. Klin lackey, of Pnrksvillr, hat returned home after a visit to Cninc, Mm. Godfrey Darbishirc, of the Shelby City section, spent Thursday with her sister, Mm. P. M. McRobcrts. In ordering his paper changed from Ilnnlstown to New Haven, Mr. M, v. Smith shows his good feeling for tht I. J. by ndding, "I do not waul to flntnna mnltinT nt 1? h. miss a copy of your excellent paper, in quite ill lit his home cart which grows better each issue." heonon. Ilnrrodsburg Lender. are READY FOR BUSINESS. yf d 1 D. D. D. PRESCRIPTION The Standard Skin Remedy KENTUCKY. for IS years Instant Relief for all Skin Troubles NEW STANfORD DRUG COMPANY, STANFORD, Miss Carton Entertain. Rook Club. The Dixie Rook Club, one of the livest of the several Rocial clubs in this city, was entertained Thursday afternoon by Miss Lottie Carson, at her home on Ijincnstcr street. Those present were Mesdames T. J. Hill, Al is. Harris, fred Pence, .Iame Mrs. II. P. (Hnsscox. Cooper, E. J. Hrown, W. O. Martin, Rev. nnd Mrs. W. II. Hopper, of ilessie McKinney, C. Hays Foster, W. Louinillc, arc guests of his mother, W. Saunders, Lucy Miller Hartley, Mrs. Kittie Hopper. anil Misses Lyle Cooper, Kate Davis Mrs. P. K. Kemp, of Louisville was Kancv. Levisa Harris, hue laylor f.n- here this week the guest of her bro- glemnn, Nancy Yenger, Lucy Lee ther, Dr. T. W. Pennington and fami- Walton and the charming hostess. ly. There were four tables. The winners Messrs. J. M. Alverson, W. T. Hond of the evening were Mioses Lyle and Powell Taylor, were hero Thurs- Cooper nnd Levi?n HnrrU. A deday in the interest of the Iloonc lightful salad course was beautifully Way. served and the afternoon proved n C'apt. .1. L. II. Coffey, wife and son, thoroughly enjoyable one. William Shelby, of Frankfort, were here a few days last week with home Get one of those splendid 'JGc. din folks. ners nt Willis' restaurant wnen you Hon. John N'. Mcnefee, Jr., has come to court Monday. (iwoti confined to h home for davs on account of nn nttack of Rev. J. W. Beagle, pastor of the (. 1,; Welsh & Wiseman Co., DANVILLE, KY. NOT ENOUGH CHILDREN ' -- JM i se-er- al BRIGHTEN UP YOUR HOME. We can supply you with Mattings, Carpets, Drug' gets, Linoleums and Rugs Shades, Lace Curtains, Poles, Etc. : : tousilitis. Attorneys ('. C. tlngby, of and 0. K. Rankin, of Harrods-burwere here on legal business Thursday. Mrs. II. C. N'unnellcy and children, of Winchester, are the quests of her mother, Mm. Elizabeth Tanner, nt Dan-Milg, e, : : Prices Most Reasonable Quality Unquestioned. SEVERANCE SON BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J. quite ill for several days with pneumonia, is thought to be Mime better her munv friends are triad to know. Mrs. T. W. Jones, Mrs. J. W. (lark and little Miss Martha Clark, and .Mrs W. K. Shears motored to Lexington Wednesday. County Attorney W. S. Burch has returned home from Crab Orchard suffering severely and is attain confined to his apartments nt the St. Asaph Hotel. Mr and Mrs. K. T. Pence, Sr.. left Wednesday for Lone; Ileach, Cal., fo lie nt the bedside of their J. M. Sew ell, who died this week. A little son has arrived at the home of Mr. and Mm. Dexter Hallou to join six sisters. He has been nr.med Leonard Dexter Hallou for Eld. Jos. Hallou's grandfather. P. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Russell of Lancaster were here recently to see his patents, Dr. nnd Mrs. E. J. Ilrown. Mesdames Green Turley and Sam Dcatheragc, of Richmond, have returned home after a visit to Mm. R. T. liruce. Joseph Hopper, who has been the Theological Seminary at Louisville, is here for a few days with his mother, Mrs. Kate Hopper before going to the mountains, where he will (pcnil part of his vacation. He will preach at Whitcsburg, Letcher council. A. Chnsman, of Cherrydale, Kansas, spent Saturday in Danville, the guest of his brother, Mr. J. X. Chnsman. Mr. Chrisman has been aliM'iit from his native State for thirty-on- e years and since leaving he has amassed a .rrge fortune in the Sunflower State. He formerly lived in Wayne county. Danville Advocate son-in-la- McKinney. Mrs. T. I). Xewlnnd, who has been her speedy recovery. .Mr. and .Mrs. .Mcnefee fclmore wish to thank their many friends, who co ery kindly assisted them in the illness of their little daughter, Mabel Irene and KIsie Klmore. yet The Baptist brethren are Williams, who without a pastor. was called wiote that he felt after careful consideration that he was not in position to accept. Mr. and .Mrs. .Matthew Kigsby of Shelby City, visited Mr. and Mrs. S. ever receive the proper Ixilancc of food to suflicitntlv nourish both hodv nnd brain during the growing period when ' nature's demands nre greater than In mature life. This ii shown in so many llantist church of Lancaster, has re pale f.iccs, lean bodies, frequent colds, signed and will likely give n portion niui iacK 01 munition. ol his time to the churches nt Hus- Tor all such children we say with tonvillc and Middleburg unmistakable earnestness: They need Scott's Ktnulsion, and need it now. It Danger In Children. possesses in concentrated form the very Serious illiicst-eof'.en nuii fom food elements to enrich their blood. It hackchanges weakness to strength ; it makes lingering coughs and colds. The ing nnd coughing and disturbed sleep them sturdy and strong. No alcohol. body and the poisons Scott & Bownc, Bloomfiel J, N. J. "" rack a child's weakens the system, so that disease cannot be thrown off. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound lins eased coughs, olds and eroup for three generation : safe to use and quick to act. There is The quarantine having been lifted, no better medicine lor croup, coughs ... . ..n.l .nr.f ...11 l. An... nav. inn colds, bold everywhere. Monday. Bring in your cattle and tock for it Iook like the market will PREACHERSVILE. be good. A. T. Nunnelley, Stanford. Several from Here attended the Attnrnot P P Pnnlrin nf TTnr- buiial of Mm. Alvin Holmes at Lan rodsburg, was here Thursday with caster Tuesd-iy- . The wife of our good uerman representatives of an insurance comfriend. William Rankc is still in u pany which is lending money on farm critical condition. We hopo to hear of lands. r Big Important News! M 2 Another Bank For Stanford. Opens Sunday, May 9th, 1915 to be known as 1' - Christian Bank & Trust Co. Capital Stock Brotherly Love, Religious Education, Opportunity and Enthusiasm w Heard About Town VM Divided Into Five Hundred Shares. One Share to Each Member FREE Opens 9:30 A.M. Come early and get your certificate. Under the direction of STANFORD CHRISTIAN CHURCH and SUNDAY SCHOOL R. M. BLACKERBY D. M. WALKER, Superintendent Pastor. FREE I' H (!, a-- s of the death of Mrs. William Soden, Mrs. Soden was n of Xew York. niopD nf Mrs Clnnnrn F Dollnriln nnii J. F. Dudderar, of this city, who she visuen last summijr. H. C. Carpenter, of this city, agent for the Maxwell automobile, last week sold a new touring car to E. A. Haimon, of I'erryville, Iloyle county. Mr Carpenter nought Mr. Harmon's used I'nni tar which he soon iold to of this city. ekh Roi r X. Gill. W. C. Hlankenship bought a five- year-ol- d mare of John H. Anderson for $lfu. tumrams is complaining Mrs. II. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Cummins and family are due here the 15th from Kissimmce, Fia and will move back to their home here. Work is progressing nicely on the new store building or W. C. Cummins under the supervision of Samp Cum mins and T. W. Payne. Payne. Lick, was here a guest of Mr. T. W. (. The following Lincoln county gentlemen have been notified to report at London next Monday for Federal jury service: M. S. Baughman, for the grand jury, and E. T. Pence, Sr., John Englemnn, Sr., T. L. Carpenter, and George Leach --jr the petit jury. The Wakefield players have been putting on some extra good vaudeville and musical stunts at the opera house three nights this week, and good crowds have attended. Manager C. Hays Foster is giving his patrons a line line of attractions, and his moving pictures get better all the time. Walter Milburn, who has been in the employ of Editor J. M. Alverson, of the Anderson Xews, for the past five or six years, has resigned to ac cept n position with the Swift Packing Co. He came up Thursday nnd niter spending a wees wnn jus sister, Miss Annie Milburn, will begin work. Special Sale For Arch Thompson, of nenr Paint Summer ly engraved invitations to the wedding of Miss Ruth June Durham to Mr. Alvin B. Weaver on Thursday. May JO. at the First M. E. church at Taylorsville, Ky. Miss Durham for merly lived at White s .Mills and has n host of friends in Lincoln county, who wish her and the man of her choice a full mensure of happiness. rriends here have received elegant Saturday and Monday. On tomorrow, Saturday, and Monday, County Court Day, we will have a SPECIAL SALE in order to reduce our stock, and for those days we will give you some Rare Bargains. Gentlemen and Ladies read these prices: LADIES' MUSLIN i$ .50 quality, in this $1.00 quality, in this $2.00 quality, in this H i Underwear CjJ FARMER'S WIFE TOO ILLTO WORK A Weak, Nervous Sufferer Restored to Health by Ly-di-a E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Knsota, Minn. K with one of our comfort built union suits Cj We have underwear to fit any style man the long man or short man, the large man or small man they fit you G& sitting as well as standing. MarxMde "fomfortbilt CJ Most men are just as particular about their underwear as they are about their outer clothes, some prefer one style and some aonther each man having a particular reason for the style he wears. Probably the best known garment of them all is the B. V. D. We carry them with or without sleeves, knee length only, drop seat or close crotch, at 50c, $1 .00, $1 .50 and $2.00 the suit. f "Poros Knit" short or long sleeves, knee or ankle length, at $1 .00 per suit. 4l Cooper's Balbriggan, made with the famous Cooper's patetn needle machine, long or short sleeves, knee or ankle length, drop seat or close crotch, at $ .00, $ .50 and $2.00 the suit. e We have any style underwear you want in unions or in garments. Every garment that goes out of this store is guaranteed Id be worth the price you paid for it. 1 1 You won't mind the warm weather two-piec- Phillips and Phillips "1 am glad to say Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has done more for me than anything else, and I had the best physician here. I was so weak and nervous that I could not do my work and suffered with pains low down in my right side for a year or more. I took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound, and now I feel like a I believo there la different person. nothing liko Lydia E. Pinkham'n Vegetable Compound for weak women and young girls, and I would be glad if I could Influenco unyono to try the medicine, for I know it will do all and much Mw. more than It is claimed to do." Clara Franks, R. F. D. No. 1, Maple-cre- st Farm, Kasota, Minn. Women who suffer from thoso distressing Ills peculiar to their sex should Lo convinced of the ability of Lydia E. re I inl.hum's Vegetable Compound to thtir health by the many genuine) wo ore con- -. ly. . ' ' truthful testimonials tanUy publishing in the newgpajiers. Tho Republican campaign for nomRepreinations yon hnvo tho slightest dmilit sentative fr Circuit Clerk and far. It If so is Unit LyiUii U. lMiilcliam's Vcgeta-(d- o was thought uninteresting would be a that there CNiniott!ilvill help you, write, warming-u- p by this time, but there to Lydlu IMMiiklmiiiMcrilcIiieCo. (eoiilWleiitluDKyiHi, .Mass., for ad- seems to be but little doing. The Lincoln Wells ure vice. Your letter will bo opened, friends of rend and answered by a solium, betting on him, but F. A. Land has that re-tc- MEN'S CLOTHING UNDERWEAR $ 5.98 suits, at $ .39 $10.00 tale . .$ 7.98 $ .89 S12.50 suits, at sale .... $ 9.98 $1.79 $15.00 suits, at sale . ..$14.79 $20.00 suits, at j LADIES AND MISSES Palm Beach suits ui $4.48 to $ 9.98 MESSAL1NE DRESSES BOYS SUITS .$4.98 $10.00 suits at Regular $10.00 dresses, at $6.98 $5.93 Special bargains in Men's Work Regular $12.50 dresses, at $8.93 Shirts, worth 40c to 50c, at Regular $18.00 dresses, at 25c 'WHITE EMBROIDERED DRESSES We have other shirts from 39c to 98c MIDDLL.BURG MEN'S UNDERWEAR $1.79 Rev. J. W. Hoagle preached at the Regular $4.00 quality, at $3.98 '25c garment for Baptist church on tho fourth Sunday Regular $5.00 quality, at 18c 39c in April. A business meeting was held t 50c garment for UNDERSKIRTS immediately ufter the sermon and he '$1.00 garment for - 79c was called to the pastorate lor tne Special bargains in Ladies' Silk and j MEN'S OVERALLS fourth time. Rev. Beagle's discourse Satin Underskirts) .rorth $2.00 to $1.98 $1.25 Overalls worth $2.00, at. .. was highly pleasing to those who $2.50, now 'SPECIAL SALE IN MEN'S SHOES heard him. He will take charge of the LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS Both highs and oxfords $2.50 and work about June 1st. $ .39 ,$3.00 shoes go in this sale at $1.49 . This town has always been noted $ .50 waists, at $ .89 MEN'S STRAW AND FELT HATS for fat men nnd is still holding it own. $1.00 waists, at $1.49 We have them in all grades from the Prof. H. H. Cherry denies that his $2.00 waists, at 150c quality to the $5.00 grades and withdrawal from the gubernatorial LADIES DRESS SKIRTS sell them all the way from 39c to scramble was in the interest of any $3.43. Don't forget the Bennemore W nnlv hav. a few in number. candidate, but there are those ungenerous enough to think that the pro- Skirts worth $2.50 to $4.00, at $1.79 and John B. Stetson $4.00 and $5.00 .. .,$2.48 $5.98 hats are now going for fessor discovered that there was not We have others at $2.48 to iMEN'S, LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S sufficient room on a whisky platform RAINCOATS I for two. HOSIERY W. T. Miller. F. L. Jones and Mrs. Sneclal bargains in raincoats in both We can supply the men with a good Sharp went to Arabia Sunday silk and cloth. These worth $5.00 to article in socks at 4c per pair. Our Clara SR nfl nnw po at S3.48 to visit the family of James Benson. . 7c '10c hose at Tho members of the Baptist church Children's Dresses and Rompers at 15c hose at 9c met Sunday afternoon and organized 25c hose at 19c 19c to $1.98 n B. Y. P. U., as an auxilary to the 39c '50c hose at e Sunday School and other church work Our stock of dry goods is most LADIES' HOUSE DRESSES and our Drlces are riffht. H. C. Toombs, of Xew Salem, was here on business Saturday. Herbert Calico, worth 6c yard 10 yards to We have them all the way from 59c to 98c 48c Benson accompanied him home and a customer for remained over Sunday. Miss Ruby Leo Fogle returned from Big lot of Trunks and Suit Cases at very low figures. Danville Saturday. Jlr. W. T. Coulter, who has been Don't fail to come and see what we have for you. Get ill for some weeks, is improving slow- Deputy Internal Collector W. X. Craig, who was at home several days early this week, has sold his optical outfit to C. M. Adams, who will open up nn office at Crab Oi chard. Dr. C raic is kept ery busy with his work for Uncle Sam, investigating violations under the new narcotic drug law, and has not time to devote to anything else. I I .i 'I ! jy-- i L com-nlet- our prices and see what we save you, The Bargain Store SALEM & SALEM. r.iui bold in btrlct confidence. a few followers here. .1 ' (o v 5 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, May 7, 1915. Buy The Best Buggy, Made By Arnold At Danville, Ky. : REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.. Farm and Stock News Corn-Mad- ? list It's Sura Gets Right Twist On Rheumatism Maktt Shirt Wirk if ClniiMe lit Your Entire Sjstim Achis and Paint 6a Fatf. Bl aVmr in ')j In S. S. S. You Get a Twist on Rheumatism that Settles It. those peculiar Manr a rheumatic sufferer ha been to them neutral i and scatters rrntem that nprvn lutmauuiin til thn ....... the drug store for n bottle of S. 8. S. and cauno such mstlflng and of tin baffling been handed nomethtnR claimed to lo ".lust as good." Truly, to usk for bread rheumatic pains. And best of nil this remarkable remedy and bo Blrcn a stone Is still In practice. If If you are troubled with rlicutrntlsm In Is welcome to the weakest stomach. VOtir .. ..1 vnnrarlf linfll i... any form be sure to uso S. S. 8. and note n trainer II. E. Morclnnd, Is nearly paralysed, you will bo Influence. stomach Its wonderful 'pulling" salves, koubo corns out '" of Lexington and formerly of Stan- - corn knives, snip them lth Ision, S. 8. R. lias tho liecullar action of Bonk- astonished to unci mat p. o. r. k with ThU Is ' 1.1 ... t T1... T..l. A ing through tho intestines directly Into Fcnsatlon but goes right to work. thorn Meed and then bowl liecause fl.lS PIMII to .UIH. UUIIII utliuu na mako IOril, Is the blood. In flvo minutes Its Influencetiny because It Is a pure vegetable Infusion, la tor, of New York, a beautiful chest- tbey cant get rid of soro corns. Uso jour blood Just ai " There's nothing to do but 'OETS-Int work In every artery, vein and organ taken naturally Into naturally every into ycur nut saddle mnre, which Mrs. Astor apply 2 drops. Tho work Is done. "OETS-IT'dopure air Is inhaled capillary. Every membrane, purchased to ride on hunting trips. body, every cmunctory becumes In lungs. No pain, no fussing, no of tho d hunter changing tho rest. no Hniplng. It never shoes, filter to strain tho blood of Imeffect Get n bottle of S. S. S. today, and ask The mare is the S. hands high falls. Try It tonight for ony corn, callus, purities. Tho stimulating properties of trips, fifteen and one-hnfor S. S. S. S. S. compel tho skin, liver, bowels, kid horses wart or bunion. Do sure that you get You may depend upon It that the storo and one of the handsomest nothing else. neys, bladder to all work to the ono end good, Is cery pain that sells you what you askto fortho a Swift shipped from the bluegrass country "OETS.IT" and sold by druggists every'OKTri-IT- " Is of casting out every Irritating. in a long time. The price was not where. Mo a bottle, or seut direct by K. poison: It dislodges by place to trade. Write Inflicting atom of Swift llldg. Atlanta, Ca., made public. Irrigation all accumulations In the Joints, Specific Co. 201 on Ithcumitlsm. Lawrence A Co.. Chicago, Firty-fiv- e head of yearling thorcauses acid, accretions to dlsolve, renders for their IJook Sold in Stanford and recommended tmmoiSS0 .......... .. J. 0. OeciCf Hoyle, has sold his "GETS-IV- .' growing crop of wheat nt $1.10 per bushel. Makes Corns Vanish Liko MngicI Morgan S. Baughman who in getup every of skin A "hoss jock- corn.hard capyou put S makes of 'OKTH-lT"o- n ting to be quite n joung drops When n young pony this week ey," swapped right up lt.lt shrivels cornand comes tliun-tlend irono by to Mrs. Hugh T. Noe, for n cow. there's your Simple as taking on your hnt I That' Jewell, of Wilmore, bought John nt Hnrrodsburg Monday five mules at SI flO and a dozen horses at an average of $l'Jfi Wilkinson & Early, of Liberty, bought 1,100 acres of land near MaThey bel sham, Tcnn., for $5,000. bought it for the timber that is on it. AW' arsVsVsVsVsVaraa "arararara The quarantine having been lifted, my stock yards wilt be open next Bring in your rattle and Monday stock for it looks like the rrarket wilt be good. A. T. Nunnclley, Stanford. Tom Bond, or utwrecciiurg, sow to Henry Knight and son 400 of the finest cattle ever fattened In Ander-io- n county. They averaged about cents Iivtvsm TlH.iaflaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaflaTa' 1185 pounds and brought 7 a'afBBifa1 IU KJ per pound. There was over $3(,000 GETS-nThe cattle were Don't Waate Tim. "Holletins." involved in the deal. Never Mils, World Simplest slopped nt the Bond & Lillnrd distilliato Bono wild over lery near Lnwrcnceburg. The cattle why liko were weighed up and shipped Satur "CIKTfMT" nothing day, It ever known. putter around Bomo folks, to this day to the eastern market. bmidnncs. sticky tape, thick plasters, with off-arl liut that Indigestion nd the distressed be promptly relieved feeling which always poea with There' Is" No Question ly taking, , SssS&i John vyspepsia Tablet it cm a box. More nnd after each meal. 25a Penny's Drug 8tor. .LiRliEaW iKHfrak a Jfi.OOO personal injury suit against Loses $5,000 Damage Suit. II. Wilson, of Knox, lost Raima's Lustm-Fi- ni the Iuisville and Nnshville railroad in the Knox Circuit Court. Lust fall Judge Wilson fell down the steps of the I'nlon depot in Cincinnati and sustained injuries which were the basis of the damnge suit. PARLOR GROVE. School April 25th, Day," was observed here. The attendance was 71. Rev. Wright filled his msiyiaH Corn-Cur- T well-know- 1 f long-tailelf regular appointment here, tireaching Saturday night and Sunday both morning and evenirsx. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Bell spent Sun day with Mr. and Mr. Webb. .Mr. ami Mrs. It. R. CurtN, of Wny- nesbtirg, Mrs. hlla Bennett nnd Miss Margery MorrN motored to T. J. Ellis' Sunday afternoon. Mr. Logan Perkins anil .mis siciin Roberts, of Whitley City, visited at the home of A. W. Jones Inst week. Miss Maisie Braswell spent Sundny with Miss Eva llorton. Rev. Wright and wife spent Saturday night at the home of M. J. .Mr. is Whitaker, ot Harrison county, helping Mr. Tom Ellis with his 4r Non-fading. Get n brush nnd a can of Hanna's and see, how you can things up about the house, Mr. hriRhtcn Householder. It's a real wonder-worke- r in rcncwlnjr old furniture, floors, etc. Stains nnd varnishes at one application. Lustro-Finia- h work. Messrs. F. W J FOREST CITY Timst Paints and Varnishes st st 1 I oughbreds, the property of various owners, were sold nt Tuttersall in Lexington at an average of $717.25. The highest priced horses of the sale were two colts out of this consignment, both chestnut colts by Ballot, that were sold for $2,800.00 each. The first, out of May Hempstead, dam of Golden Grain, Tsara and Perpetual was bought by Andrew Miller, of New York, owner of Ronmer, the crack of last season. W. W. secured the Darden, of Memphis, offer $2,800 beauty out of Ollie Belle dam of lleaucoup. three-year-old as the world's best corn cure by Shugar's Drug Store. Vote for Your "Favorite" today. OTTENHE1M. Bosshart tilled his regular appointment here Sunday. The poeple are rejoicing over the nice rain that fell last week. is on the .Mrs. Samuel Zwahlon sick list. Mr. J. K. Russell has a fine pet 'ox. Mr. Russell will now raise foxes instead of dogs. Messrs. Joe llussec and Oscar Bless went to Cincinnati last week on a pleasure trip. Mr. Charles Pike ,a very industrious young man of Chappels Gap. was calling on his best girl here Sunday. Mrs. Otto Ensslin was the guest of Mrs. James Oldh-- m one afternoon last week. Mr. Harry Scott of Stunford was calling on Miss Alleen White Sunday. Miss Ida Bless of Cincinnati, is visiting reluthes and friends here. Mr. Casper Schlappi had the misfortune to hurt one of his hands ery badly. Mr and Mrs. John Zwahlen were the guests of Mr. Charles Uangloll Sunday. Mr. B. G. Russell has moved to Highland. Mrs. J. R. Russell, Miss Barbara Russell and Mrs. James Oldham, were the guests of Mrs. George I'ctrey one day last week. Rev. Voltaire 55140 than b I a colt. my farm, one mile from Stanford on the DanHe will make the season at ville pike at $15.00 to insure a living colt. Money due when colt is foaled. I will also stand a good young Jack. He is a heavy big boned fellow, and I think will make a good breeder. Will stand at $10.00 to insure. began falling Sunday r.It-nMr. Merrinun and family motored to Burgin Sunday to spend the day with rclatics and while there Mr. A Real Paint With a Real Guarantee Merrimnn's little son had the misfor tune to fall and eut his livad, bu at this writing tho little patient is get Paint with Don't gamble when you buy Paint. Buy Time-Teting a'oi:g musly. Miss Kli'.alicih C'uipentor is in the following guarantee: LoUlSVIlltf till WCrk YlSlll''g with relatives and friends. Paint will City Time-TeMr. and Mrs. Chas. Metcalf, of We guarantee that our Forest Danville , are spending several days not crack, flake or peel offj will work easier; wear longer and with Mrs. Metcalfs parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Sandidgc, on the Stanford show better results generally than other paints or pure white nike. Mr. John Estes and Mrs. Cravens, lead and linseed oil. We hereby agree to furnish paint to 10 Trips to Mammoth Cave Free. of Lexington, are with friends in repaint buildings without cost, if in any case it is not found town for a few days. OF LOCAL INTEREST Miss Annie Moser, after a several For Sale By as above repreiented. weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Moser has icturned to her home in Some People We Know, and We Will Sunbright, lenn Profit by Hearing About Them. E. C. Eubanks spent last Saturday and Sunday in Lexington. This is a purely local event. It took place in Stanford. SHERIFF'S SALE Not in some faraway place. STANFORD, KENTUCKY . Plaintiff Joe McDowell You arc asked to investigate it. vs. Asked to believe a citizen's word; & Lee Messcr Defendants To confirm a citizen's stntement. Tilfotd On Monday, May 24lh, 19115, the Any article that is endorsed at day of the Lincoln Circuit Court, home. first I will sell at the Courthouse in StanIs more worthy of confidence KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN ford, Ky., tp the highest bidder, upon Than one you know nothing about. No. 5167 A. S. H. R. a credit of three months, with 0 per Endorsed by unknown people. cent interest from date, bond with "I had pains through my buck and approved security and lien retained the kidney action was irregular." is a handsome chestnut with beautiful mane and tail; is 15.3 hands upon property for purchase money; says H. D. Aldridgc, blacksmith, of E. and will weigh about 1,150 pounds; has the very best of feet and one bay colt foaled in 191-1- , sired by Main street, Stanford. "I didn't sleep broad sloping shoulders ; short, stout back and legs; good flat bone, Kentucky Choice I57G5, dam Trixie well at night. When I heard about a horse of the most wonderful endurance. He is an impressive horse, Quick; one bay filly, foaled in 1914 Doan's Kidney Pills, I used them. standing still and is more so in motion; sets himself juit right, by Kentucky Choice 3765, dam Ethel They soon strenghtened my kidneys never touches himself any where and has exceptional speed at D to satisfy a judgment in the Lin- -' and stopped the pain." the rack and trot. He was one of the most successful horses shown coin Quarterly Court in the case of Mr. Aldridge is only one of many last year. He was shown at three fairs and won the combined stalJoe McDowell, plaintiff vs. Tilford Stanford people who hae gratefully lion class at each place. and Lee Alesser, defendants, tor the endorsed Doan's Kidney Pills. If your Kentucky Gentleman has the qualities that are necessary to the sum of $130.00 with fi per cent in- back aches if your kidneys bother production of a perfect horse color, size, style, speed, action, and terest from May Cth, 1914 with $20 you, don't simply ask for a kidney endurance, and ideal breeding. He is sired by Chester Peavine probable cost. remedy ask distinctly for Doan's 3184, by Rex Peavine 1796, by Rex McDonald 833. Dam, Flora J. G. WEATHERFORD, Kidney Pills, the same that Mr. AldCarter 8419, by Red Squirrel 53, by Black Squirrel 58, by Black Sheriff Lincoln County ridge had the remedy backed by Eagle 74, by King William 67. home testimony. uOc. at ulll stores. In offering the services of this grand young horse to the pubHealth Promotes Happiness Foster-Milbur- n Co., Props., Buffalo, lic, 1 feel that I am giving them their money's worth. Give him Without health, genuine joy is im- N. Y. "When Your Buck is Lame the same class of mares and I do not believe there is a horse in possible: without kod indnrcstion Remember the Name." 37-- 1 the State that will beat him producing high class colts, (no matter i and regulur bowel movement you can how high the service fee.) Breeding to Kentucky Gentleman is no not have health. Why neglect keeping he will get you Send in your Nomination Today. longer an experiment. Bring him a good mare and i bowels open and risk being sick ami an extra good colt. Do not take your mares thirty or forty miles to ailing; tou don t nave to. Take ono good a horse right at home and for breed when you have just as DALMAS small Dr. King's New Life Pill nt less than half the money. night, In the morning you will havo a One of Kentucky's finest stallions. Kentucky Gentleman will make the season at my home, one full, free bowel movement and feel This great harness horse mile from Stanford, on the Danville pike at $20.00 to insure a living much better. Helps your appetite and for public service at the low fee- - of colt. Money due when colt isfoaled. Care taken to prevent accidigestion. Try one tonight. $10.00 to insure a living colt. Ono dents, but not responsible should any occur. mile west of King's Mountain at E. Allen's barn. Breeding of Dalmasi By Cecilian Chief, ho by Cecilian, he by Gumbetta Wilkes. First dam, Hatty Thompson, by Ultimus, by Hamiltonian 10. His second dam by Lizzie Peyton, by liius Vermont, imru tiam ny nay thoroughbred. Fourth dam Dick, There is no doubt about Voltaire being the best breeding as well as the by Balla Stocking. Dalmas is a best bred big horse in the county and possibly in the State. Each time he suru foal getter.great breeder and a Dalmas Is has been shown he has easily won first premium and his colts have won high, weighsa red bay horse. 10 hands luuo pounds and can first every year they have been shown. There has been more demand for trot in 2:40. payment colt big horses within the last year was ever known before. Quite a good of Lien retained onMoney forduo when service fee. parted are bred elsewhere is sure to make marcs best of care taken toor prevent many farmers have almost stopped raising horsesand with, Nearly every farm paper you see advises the farmer to accidents but not responsible should a demand for them. now is the farmer's opportuni- any occur. Money duo when mare is raise bigger and better horses. I think sold or parted with. I will also stand the greut Jack ty. Bring your good mares to Voltaire and you are sure to get good t. MORELAND. The revival which is in progress at the Methodist church, with Revs. McClure and Waggoner, as leaders, is being well attended and its hoped much good will have been accomplish ed before it closes. Our farmers, especially are rejoicing over the much needed rain which M Eubanks nnd T. G. Bennett were business visitors in King's .Mountain one day last week. Mr. Jarrett Johnson attended the I. O. O. F. concntionat Lexington last week. Miss Anna Padgett spent Sundny night with Mrs. M. J. Morgan. Messrs. It. E. llorton and David were business visitors in Lancaster Moudny. Mrs. Sam Jones has returned from n visit to her parents in Whitley City. Rev. Wright and wife spent Sunday with J. 0. Hundley and family. Mrs. Ann Eliza Eubanks spent one night Inst week with her brother, W. F. Sims and family. Mr. Minter Bell and Mrs. Wm. Bell were visitors at King' Mountain Saturday. .Mrs. Minnie Morgan nnd Miss Anna Padgett visited Mr. Bruce Fagaly and family of Stanford the first of the Now-som- For Sale by W. A TRIBBLE, S t.nford. Ky. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. G. B. PRUITT, MoreUnd. Ky. No. 5132 REPORT OF THE CONDITION Or THE LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL RESOURCES Loans and discounts (notes held in bank Overdrafts, secured, none; unsecured, $ .89 U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value Bonds other thnn U. S. bonds pledged to aecure 3,000.00 postal savings depoaita Bonds, securities pledged as collateral for State, or other deposits or bills payable (poital ex- BANK $323,596.51 .89 100,000.00 at Stanford, in the State of Kentucky, at close of business, May 1.1, 1915 i eek. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Record nnd little son, Cnrl, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. David Walls. Mrs. Preston Hnmic and son, Robert, of Blair, W. Va.. came last week for a short visit with Mrs. Narcissa w Hamis. The house on Mr. Doug. Jeffries' farm, occupied by .Mr. Elves Padgett, burned to the ground Thursday afternoon. All of the contents were destroyed. The fire wns caused by a stove pipe through the roof. .Mrs. Wm. Bell spent Tuesday with .Mrs. Wesley Shugars Drug Store LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in $100,000.00 100,100.00 Surplus fund $9,732.92 Undivided profits l.eaa current expentea, interest, and taxes paid 3,733.13 5,999.79 100,000.00 Circulating notes Less amount on hand and in Treasury for re. 98,000.00 demption or in transit ... 2,000.00 129.37 ue to banks and bankers (other than included in 5 or 6) Walls. 148,793. 16 Mrs. Florence Morgan, of Waynes- Individual deposits subject to check 10,708.00 burg, spent the first of the week with Certificate of deposit due in leas than 30 days 160,256.41 .. Postal savings deposits 755.25 M. J. Morgan and family. 23,894.26 Misses Mnzic Braswell and Maude Certificates of deposit due on or after 30 days r. McCreary anil Mr. Monte B. Robin- Bills payable, including obligations representing money bor.' 20,000.00 rowed son spent Sundny at the home of W. F. Sims. Total $508,379.83 Mr. Jarrett Johnson and family spent Saturday night nnd Sunday Stale of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ssi with Mr. Mack Eubanks and family. bank, do solemnly swear I, W. M. Bright, Cashier of the above-name- d Mrs. Mesa Walls sold a Jersey cow my knowledge and belief. to Mr. Hub Jenkins, of King's Moun- that the above statement is true to the best of W. M. BRIGHT, Cashier tain, for $50. Misses Sclmn and Zena Eubanks. Subscribed and sworn to before me j Correct Attesti Mr. Homer Eubanks spent Saturday this 5th day of May, 1915, A. T. NUNNELLY evening with Miss Vesta Sims. W. H. SHANKS W. W. SAUNDERS, Miss Margery Morris took supper Notary Public J. B. PAXTON with Miss Mazie Braswell Sunday. Directors My Commission Expires Feb. 3, 1916. Mr. Tusco Sims spent the week end with his parents. Good Farm at a Bargain. I will sell my home farm of 230 Deafness Cannot Be Currd,, lijr kxal a. tliey tannot rrtrh tb ucrcs at u bargain If taken in the Tbcrt- U ouly ou uf tbt next 30 days. This is a great opporuhtl that I. bjr rimttltutlun. tofiirR. 11. I mu.nl br an lulliliiol tunity for some one al ri'iruvllr.. .llltf rontlltlon if ttii mutou Hntuif of the Kuttiihlan Crab Orchard, Ky, Tut-- . UHanirI you hafn Wbrn tl'l lulw Who want FRESH MEATS, rtimtllnie mhiui! or luirfict tearlits. and wbi-la II"' rtault, anil Oil, Oil, Attention Farmers. GROCERIES, BREAD, GAR-DEIt l iiiilrilr ilim.il unli-(lip intlamniatlon ran l' t.im uut anil SEEDS, FRESH reaturi-to Its normal ruitOUkiu, bar-lni- t tbl. tut. Im. tj.lri7i-- forrvrr; Itln me. out of Hill I can save you money, cun fill your and the LADIES who ar ttu IndatiH-i-rau-i- t hy Catarrb. wbtch I notblnic but l ronilllloii of Ibr muroua aurfairs. an barrel, or sell you n No. 1, need SPRING HATS, will find will xlin urn- - llundn--1 IMIlara for aujr rata with faucet, 50 galsteel barrel tbat rannol b or Itrafuava (rauuil br all these at W. II. LAIR'S at lon capacity, at n low figure, and fill rureit ty Hall's catarrh I'urr. hrui for lire prices lower than anywhere else. lar.. r.e. same with the best oil ut low prices, niKXKV & CO., Toll), O. Call and see our stock before saving you from $1 to $2. hold by PruxfUt.. 7Sc. If you cannot make arrangements you buy and you will save mon- Take Hall's Jsmtly fills for eon.Uiistloa, through your merchant, call or phono Standard Oil Agent. J. W. SWEENHigh Grade Stallion EY, Lancaster, Ky. Phono 152. 30 I pili-atl- C. Hundley nnd daughters, Gertrude nnd Mac, were returning from Waynesburg, the mule they were driving rnn off, throwing the occupants out and damaging the vehicle. The girls were badly bruised and Mrs. Hundley seriously injured. Miss Reua Webb spent Saturday night with her sister, Tjrs. Recce BenV nett. Mrs. Preston Hnmic nnd son, of Blair, W. Va., spent Friday with Mrs. Ella Bennett nnd daughter. Mr. and Sirs. Ed. Walls, of Casey county, spent Wednesday night with the foimer's brother, Mr. David As Mrs. J. Sims. cluded) 23,600.00 Subscription to stock of Federal Re serve Bank $12,100.00 Less amount unpaid 6,050.00 Banking house, $10,250; furniture and fixtures, $500 Due from Federal Reaerve Bank Due from approved reserve agents in New York, $ 1,258.36 Chicago and St. Louis Due from approved reserve agents in other reG, 484. 39 serve cities Due from banks and bankers (other than included in 8 or 9) Checks on banks in the same city or town as reporting bank Fractional currency, nickel., and cents Notes of other national banks Lawful money reserve in bank Total coin and cerlificatea notea Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer cent on circulation) Legal-tende- 31,600.00 6.050.0O 10.750.00 4,300.00 7.742.75 2,832.03 1 46.55 301.67 ,030.00 r (not mora than 5 per 12,106.50 3,000.00 5,000.00 22.93 $508,379.83 Documentary Stamps Total 1 West End Folks VECE-TABLE- Bro-naug- h, a N S te that right MACK CARTER J. NEVIN KENTUCKY STANFORD, C f. 15.3 hands high; six yeurs old; plenty of weight; great foot und bono; fine heud and ear. lie was sired by Old Alpha, he by Hubblo's Old Beecher. Ills dam a large premium Jennet. Will make tho season at my place at $8 to insure u living colt. To properly appreciate this horso und jack you must see them. E. Allen, KingsMountain ChestMy high bred nut Sorrel Stallion will make the season of 1015 at my uarn on tho old at Hustonvillo, Ky. He fair is 10 hands high, weight 1,200 pounds. Will serve n limited number of mates ut $15 to insure a living colt; season due when mure is parted with or on leaving the county. This stallion Is by Ashland Brook nnd out of a standard bred trotting mare. Ho has proven to bo n great breeder, huving colts to show for him. His colts oio all saddle colts, with good Ktyle und uctlon. Call and sec u good before breeding times comes. Jim Keed I will also stand tho great Jack. Jim Iteed, tho well known mule jack by the old Juck of Jim Reed's; having sold his colts nt $100 at weaning time. Ho is a fine breeder, having colts to show for him ncrq. Ho has a largo bono and his colts havo good bone and style. lie will stand ut $10 to insure a living colt. Money duo if maru is uurted with or leaves the county. U. W. LEIGH, Hustonville, ld s HARRY JACOBS Manufacturers nnd Dealers in High - Class Monuments. Original Designs and Prompt Service Guaranteed Quality Connections at all Granite and Marble Quarries. Office and Works on Cemetery Hill phone 164 Closed on Saturdays KENTUCKY i i STANFORD TO THE PUBLIC. W. H. LAIR, : m i HUSTONV1LLE, KY. Coun- Cath paid for all klndi of try Produce. the largest and best clothing house in this country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago 111. My experience in measuring and directing the making of your clothes, g,vcs me the udvantago over ono who Is not a practical tailor. If you will give mo your order I will promiso you a square deal. You will get tho worth of your money, cither in tho cheapest grades or tho higher priced. My SPRING and SUMMER line of samples ure now ready for your inspection. Call and let mo show you. H. C. RUPLEY, the Practical Tailoj I represent cr INSURE Your Property in the mado-to-ord- I Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with SALIN& SMITH, Ageits Stanford, Kentucky f iifej itt. sAV JaV.nl !- - - . "K Nt'' A. ML f, jev.x