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The Interior Journal No. 38 $ Thli Paper Stopi Whia Toor Tin It op Watck the Data On Labi! an I Renew Yonr'8abtcrip"oa Promt Uy. Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, May II, 1915 Tuesdays and Friday 5 i Clip ; Fill In the Nomination Blank Below and Nominate Your "Favorite" In them from anyone, nnywhorc in the postal union. Tho districts arc as fol- lows: District No. 1. Includes nil of Lincoln county. District No. 2. Includes tho crrl-tor- y outside of Lincoln county. DISTRICT Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss .Miss the Big Race i INTERIOR JOURNAL'S BIG f- TRAVEL TOUR AND PRIZE - Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Mrs. Brodhead, Ky. Judith McCnll Ada Ward Ktln Sowder Rica Brooks Kttn Cnble A. M. Hiatt Kliznbeth . . . . 1,375 1,000 1,200 1,000 1,250 1,000 1,750 1,025 1,075 1,000 1,275 1,500 1,375 1,000 'COL. GEORGE D, WEATHERFORD parting wns to come. I CONTEST IS NOW "THE f.;& , TALK OF THE TOWN" AND OF ALL THIS SECTION OF KENTUCKY HUNDREDS OF PEO. PLC ARE BECOMING INTERESTED IN THE BIG PRIZE COMPETITIONMANY NEW NOMINATIONS ARE BEING SENT IN IF HE NAME OF YOUR "FAVORITE" DOES NOT APPEAR OR IF YOUR TOWN OR NEIGHBORHOOD IS NOT REPRESENTED, SEND IN TODAY. ' IT COSTS NOTHING Oj ENTER OR TRY FOR HE PRIZES-A- LL PRIZES OFFERED UNDER MOST LIBERAL CONDITIONS 1 II' 2J 1 n winner! active workers and there is nn exceps Right from the stnrt The tionally good opportunity for new Hit: Travel Tour mil Piize candidates in both districts to enter Contest sprang into n stride that and win ono of the valuable prizes. mean rumm. Nominations arc com- While we have been receiving u ing In from nil parts of tho territory coupons from of tho of the content anil hundreds anil hun- the paper tho past week, very few of dreds of people are beginning to the candidates have commenced their watch the race of their favorite with campaign and those who have, have great Interest. not got much of n start. In n general way, the nnnounce-nVft- it How To Start. of tho big prirc competition anil A people have asked us the publication of the first li?t of what number of to do in entering the they have nominations was "the talk of the contest. The prizes will be awarded town nnil of this section of the state to those securing the most votes and Hie features which seemed to.nttractl the dcu is to get your frientis inter-h-e most attention was the hlgn d in your race to get them to the the ubscribe or Lof unu prizes,lllieral lu.ve number of nnu give me renew their subscriptions the arrnneenients voles to you. voles are unuer wnich they are ofTered. given on both old mid new subscripTliit Contest It Different. tions. Printed matter and full instrucPeople who investigate will find tions for conducting your campaign that this contest is conducted, differ- will be furnished prospective enndb ent from any heretofore ever offered utiles by addressing tnc Contest Mini the tieonle in other town of thi vi. ngcr. enre Interior Journal. Stanford. ciniiy. itri.t the contest will only run ,r Schedule of Votes. jiiiiiui cigni weehs wnue contests conThe numlier of vo.es given on sub ducted in this vicinity before have scriptions is shown in the schedule of run much longer. Then tin. of the contest is iliMded into two dis- - .votes found on inside pages. start Your Campaign, tncts and contestants need onlv work ngniiist those in their own district for Projective candidates should not any of of the district prizes. Under "c frightened at the long list of noirr-thi- s liberal arrangement there is no: nations in the paper, for grent many need for any prospective contestant Pf these people will not make the to hesitate about entering tho con-- 1 ri,rc- - Kven if they did all run, it test for if you make any effort ntwou'(' l,e hotter for you as it would niei ior any one ciinuiiiuie nil, you are bound to will. iw " b wln Just remember that you have 75,000 Votr. Free. a Kood a chance ns any other On the first three subscriptions- - - IJt"'t .candidate and your friends will help old or new turned in before May HO, .. jf you tr..t ine comesuini win receive three. The contest just started last Fri .Special Ballots, good for 25 000 extra ,jy nn,i ony a fcw of thoke nornllnt, eutii, in iiiiiiiuuii in wie regular cd have commenced their campaign. nuniner oi votes given, any energetic So far, we hao more prizes in both candidate can easily secure three districts than we have active subscriptions among their friends and neighbors in n short time and this Votes cannot be bought they will give them u splendid start in this must be clipped from the paper or big race. secured on subscription:., the Pest Be An Active Candidate. and the quickest way is to get your If you have been nominated in the menus to subscribe or renew their big contest, don't bo afraid to let subscriptions. Votes arc given on your friends know that you are going both old nnd new subscriptions to the to make an active nice. They will be Interior Journal. glad to help you when they learn you Where the paper is changed from nru in the race to win. The contest one member of the family to another will take very little of your spare time it is not regarded as a new subscripand you will be Surprised to see how tion and votes will be issued on an willing your friends are to help you old subscription. when you show some disposition to A ballot box has been placed in help yourself. Kverybody loves a hust- the Interior Journal office and con ler but no one likes to help n candi- testants nnd their friends may leave date who docs not show some inclina- their votes there. Ur they may mail tion to help herself or himself. You them to tho Contest Manager and he arc meeting your friends every day--will place them in the ballot box to not be afraid to let them know the candidate's credit. that you are going to mnko an active Tho office of the Contest Manager race. Talk to ull the friends tell is at the Interior Journal ollice them that you want their votes nnd contestants and their friends ure and insubscriptions and nsk them to tell vited to call if there should be anytheir friends about your race. Those thing about thu contest that is not whom you cannot see personally fully understood. should be sent printed letters or Votes nr positively not transfer. reached by telephone. able. When a contestant drops out of Write Names Plainly. the race, she or he loses the votes to We wish to impress upon the con- her or his credit. testants the fact that they must write Until further notice no contestant the names and addresses of the sub- will be allowed to poll more scribers so we will be sure to get sufficient number of votes tothan a place the right names and nddres-.es- . Also his ur her standing 10,000 votes in mark the subscriptions "Old or New" of the leader of the preceding ns the ense may be. issue. Get The Printed Letter). To be published in tho paper votes If a candidate so wishes he or she must be box bv 3 P. M. can conduit practically the whole Mondny in the ballot date of publicat-tiopreceding campaign by letter. Under this system the candidate who has very little time Address all at her disposal will be able to win ono scriptions and nominations, votes, subcommunications to the of the prizes by reaching friends by Contest Manager, care the Interior letter. The contest manager has let- Journal, Stanford, Ky. This will as ters already printed for this purpose sure prompt attention to nil matters. and will furnish each contestant with New. as many ns they will want to mail Subscriptions Price out to their friends. These letters tell Years $10.00 that you lire an active candidate for 10 years. .42,000 votes 8.00 32.400 votcj the prizes, tell about the prizes, ctc.t 8 years. 111,800 votes. . C.OO and solicit votes and subkcriptions of 5 years. 4 years. 15,000 votes ... 4.00 your friends nnd acquaintances. Con:i years ..11,400 votes . '1.00 testants will find thnt they are especi2 ' years 7,200 votes. . 2.00 ally i great he'p in loachl'ig friends 3,400 votos.. . 1.00 and acquaintances In other parts of 1 year Hack Subscriptions the county, in other states, whom they cannot see personally. Advise tho Years nnd Renewal Prico votes .$10.00 1S.C0O contest manager how many letters 10 years. you will mad cut ni.il he will send! 8 years. votes... 8.00 5 years C.OO 8,500 voted postpaid uy return mall. Clip The 25. Vote Coupons. 4 years .... 0,400 votes . 4.00 Contestants and their friends 3 years... . 4,800 votes. .. 3.00 should clip the 25- - oto coupons which 2 years 3,200 votes 2.00 appear in ench issue of the paper. 1 year . 1,200 votes. 1.00 These coupons .vno pri;nrlv filled Divitlon of Districts in with the nams ( :h. c.uu.id'ate are The territory of tho contest will be good for 25 votes each if brought or divided into two districts and there mailed to the contest manager before will six prizes be at least date of expiration printed thereon. awarded to each district. Contestants Prizes Begging For Owntri,. own district tiro not confined to their So far, we liavo more prizes than in securing subscriptions but mu Interlo-Journal'hun-dred25-voquail-CJltc- It' "; do n. 1 NOMINATE A CANDIDATE , Nomination Blank Good For 1,000 Votes CONTEST DEPT., INTERIOR JOURNALi I hereby nominate ai tndidate in your Bij Travel Tour and Priie Contest! NAME .. .. P. O NOMINATED BY - Address , j Send necessary blank and instructions. Note Otjly one nomination blank will be accaptad for any one candidal. Tka name of those making nominations will not ba Miss . "1,000 Irene Lyons Mrs. . . Kmscy Clark 1,525 Snllic Gaddis Miss 1,000 Miss Kdnn Steele 1,400 Miss Shelby City, Ky Lucile Crow . Miss Prudence Fcrrell 1,575 Mossie Hell 1,075 Miss Adu Durhnm Angcs McCord 1,000 McKinney, Ky. Liberty, Ky. . .. . Miss Grace Jones Kmlly Murphy 1,000 Miss Stella Tnylor 1,250 Gertrude Cundlfr Miss l.innle Jones Bud, Ky. Miss Ruth Cockings Lenniu Burton 1,000 Miss Ruth Tanner Yosemite, Ky. Miss Mary Lois Oann Ruby Lee Foglo 1,000 . . Miss Mnry I). Beck 1,000 Sally Estes Miss Lena Beck .Miss Guy Jones 1,000 Crab Orchftrd, Ky. Miss Torey Anderson, 2 1,000 . 1,000 Miss Anita Wells . 2 Miss Wadie Thompson, 1,000 Miss Evelyn Cash .. 1,000 . Miss Julia Brown 1,050 Middleburs, Ky. 2 Miss Kiln Kigsby, .. 1,000 . 1,000 Miss Ruth Dye Miss Annie Middleton . 1,500 Miss Stella Jones .. 1,000 Miss Susie Butt 1,425 Mrs. L. L. Sanders 1,000 Big Crowd on Hand Court Day Miss Melsudie Chadwick 1,000 A big crowd was in Stanford for Bon F. Howard K.1,000 May court day Monday, but outside Miss Mamie Holman . 1,000 of the cattle market which was very . Miss Bessie Reynolds 1,000 brisk at the stocK ynrds, tin-rwas Mrs. Kntiu King (Jovcr 1,000 little trading. Several mule luycrs Hustonville, Ky. were on hand, but wre unable to seMiss Roberta Blain 1,275 cure anything that sui d their purMiss Maggie Allen 1,225 poses. There wor. nbr.ut 500 cattle .Miss .Marguerite McCprmnck 1,350 on the market at Nunnelley's stock Miss Annie Floyd . 1,000 ynrds, and nearly all of them told as Miss Nancy Weddle : 1,000 the demand was vcy active. Prices Miss Christine Lair .. 1,000 were about $10 a t hifhei than a Miss Beeriher Newbern 1,075 month ago. The five candidates for Miss Nora Hails 1,300 the judicial district offices weie here 1,000 and put in a busy day shaking hands Mrs. Burdette Powell Miss Malindn Nnve . 1,000 with the voters. Persistent reports Miss Kate Warriner 1,000 that one of the candidates for ComMiss Sadie Bnughn.n 1,000 monwealth's Attorney would soon Miss Clara Nunnelley 1,000 withdraw were heard early in the Miss Florence North 1,000 morning, but nothing developed durMiss Alice Gnnn 1,000 ing the day and the field was still Miss Klin Harnett 1,000 full in the evening. Sid Douthitt, of .Miss Klla Kigney . . 1,000 Henry county, running for railroad Mrs. T L. Carpenter. ... ... 1,000 commissioner, was the only district candidate here during 1,000 Mrs. Steve Wnlker . 1,200 the dny. Miss Mnrthn Tucker 1,050 Mrs. John Turpin .Miss Cora Kstes Commencement Friday Night. 1,000 1 .. . KMiss Mcrtie G. Martin, 1,000 Tho commencement exercises of KMiss Gertie Klliott. 1,000 the Hustonville High School will be held next Friday night, commencing Gilbert Creek, Ky. 1,075 at 7:30 o'clock. There are four gradMiss Kmma Holtzclaw .1,125 uates Uriah Dunn Sandidge, the Miss Nell Bu.l Prrachersville, Ky. salutntorinn, Miss Sarah Margaret Miss Ruby Cress 1,075 Bock, who will deliver an oration on Miss Carrie Anderson 1,000 "Training For Life," Miss Minelle Mrs. B. I. Blnnkciihhip 1,400 Elizabeth Pruitt, whose 'subject will Miss Julie Brown 1,000 be "Stars," and the valedictorian, Miss.Mary Kllen Peavyhouse. Rev. A. Kings Mountain, Ky. Miss Grace Thonipon 1,000 II. Baugh will deliver the invocation 1,000 and Rev. II. L. Calhoun,, dean of Muse Ada Murphy Miss Ktta Singleton 1,000 Transylvania University, will deliver 1,000 the class address. There will be severMiss Kva Leach . 1,000 al piano numbers recitations, etc., Miss Knid milking the program a most interestHubble, Ky. 1,400 ing nnd attractive one. Miss Jewel Spoonamorc On Thursday evening before the 1,125 Miss Susie Rankin Miss KUio Morris 1,000 commencement there will be given an 1,000 entertainment by the Graded School Miss Lucy Spoonamorc Miss Nannie Sloan 1,000 which promises to be especially interMrs. J. Lee Murphy 1,000 esting to lovers of music. There will be lots of music, both instrumental Stanford, Ky. and vocal, several Recitations, a farce Miss Annie Lee Kubanks 1.10U nn action song, or drill, altoMiss Manila S. Runey 1,150 or two, making gether the evening's Miss Ida Pettus 1,300 well worthy of patronage Miss Lyle Cooper 1,275 by all. Mrs. C. Hays Foster 1,000 Mrs. Lucy Miller Hartley 1.200 Eighth May Furnish Next Auditor. Miss Kittiu Jones .1,275 According to the statement of H. .Miss Elizabeth Holtzclaw 1,150 Miss Klsie Coleman 1,525 11. Coyler, of Richmond, the Eighth Mrs. Walter Jones ..1,175 Congressional district will furnish the Miss Margaret Woods 1,000 next State Auditor and Mr. Colyer Miss Anna Chancellor .. . 1,525 will be the man. He writes that he .Mrs. J. H. WriKht 1,000 has just returned from a si weeks' .Miss Nell N'cwland ..1,550 trip over the State and found things Miss Mntgaret Davison 1,025 looking mighty good for him. "The .Miss Elizabeth Ilunn ...1,075 fanner and stock dealers all over the Miss Elizabeth Stagg ...1,300 State arc I greatly interested in my confidently believe they Miss Gertrude Wilkinson 1,200 race nnd Miss Puttie Perkins 1,000 and democrats of all other vocations will vote for nnd Miss Therina Frances 1,000 he writes. Mr. Colyer nominate me," Miss Ethel Powell 1,000 nnd a democrat without is a fine man semblance of Miss Mary Walden Gooclt 1,400 vile and he has friends in Miss Claudia Katou 1,000 who wish him unbounded this county success, Miss Mamie Singleton 1,000 Miss Anno Davis McRoberts. .1,375 Little Doing In Court. Miss Sallte Burdette . . . 1,000 A few settlements were made in Miss Ida Judd 1,000 Court yestcrdny unrt the will of Geo. Miss Ethel Brackett 1,000 W. Padgett was admitted to probate. Miss Sylvia Farmer 1,000 He leaves his estate to his children, Miss Bertie McClure 1,000 his wife having preceded him to the Miss Josephine Brady 1,200 grave. The will of Mrs. Nancy Anne Mrs. Hugh Noe ...1,075 Logan wns offered but was held up Miss Koxie Jennings 1,150 until next court day, it being beMiss Jean Paxton 1,000 lieved that she had made a later will Miss Bessie Clay Fitrris ..1,050 during her sojourn in Chicago. Miss Bessie Peek, 1,000 Miss Rachel Hill, 5 1,225 Mrs. Mack Walls Dead. Miss Cora Nunnelley 1,400 Mrs. .Mack Walls died ut her home Miss Carrie Anderson, 4 1,000 in the McKinney section at three o'Miss Kvn Kiuikiu 1,250 clock Sunday ufter a protracted Miss Fannie Scott K1,000 of a complication Miss Anna Milburn 1,000 aged 33. She is survived of troubles, by her Miss Oca Farmer 3 1,000 band. Deceased was a daughter husof Miss Dollie Wilchcr ..1,000 Baker Walls, of the West .Miss Delia Iiwrcncc, 4 1,000 burial occurred yesterady End. The 'afternoon Goshen, Ky. in the McKinney cemetery. Miss KUen Scott 1,375 Waynesburg, Ky. Son Bought Tobacco Fa'ctory. Miss Cora Singleton 1,400 The tobacco factory at Brodhead, Miss Mary Warriner 1,000 Miss Salilu Gooch . 1,000 No. 23, owned by the lute K. S. MarMiss Delia Hclmintollcn . 1,000 tin, was bought by his son, J. DougMiss Ktta Reynolds . . 1,000 las Martin, at public sale last week Miss Sosliia Munrio .1,000 and the business will be continued by him. Deputy II. Rowan Miss Vesta Simms K1,000 Snufley was up Collector checking Friday .Miss Selmit Kubanks,K-- l . .. 1,000 into the mtmfacturing businccs. him Miss Leila Gooch . .. 1,000 Miss Mnzie Bnswell K1,000 W. C. T. U. Silver Medal Contest. Miss Kvn Horton K- -l . 1,000 The Woman's Christian Temner-un'c- e 3 Miss Margie BlackeiLy 1,000 Union of McKinney, will hold a DISTRICT NO. 2 Silver Medal Contest in the Opera Lancaster, Ky. House ut that Miss Kathleen Walter 1,000 ing, May 15th, place, Saturday evenbeginning nt eight o'Miss Florence Dawes 1,500 clock. Admission 15 cents. Tho proMiss Klla Henry 1,450 gram will appear in Friday's paper. Miss Stella Conley 1,375 Miss Lillie May Sutton. 1,000 Vote for Your "Favorite" today. Miss Betty Walker Burnslde 1,400 1,060 Miss Martha Tinder Sick Headache. Miss Lillie Jones 1,000 Mrs. A. L. Luckie, East Rochester, Miss Kate Uamm K1,000 Miss Willie Wilkinson 1,445 N. Y.. was n victim of bick headache Miss. Lena Schoolar, K.. 1,000 and despondency, caused by n badly Mrs. Stella Perkins 1,000 weakened and debilitated condition Miss Katie Barnes Dickerson 1,000 of her stomach, when she begun takMiss Cora Perkins 1,000 ing Chamberlain's Tablets. She savs, Miss Fuye Acton 1,000 "1 found them pleasant to take, also mild and effective. In u few week's Coy, Ky. Miss cachle M. Sanders 1,000 time I was restored to mv forme.' good health." For sale by nil dealer). Paint Lick. Ky. Miss Lulu McWhortor 1,175 10 Trips to llammoth Cave Free. Miss Dociu Motcal: . 1,600 K-K-K-- 2 K--l ht-.1 out-of-tK--l -l cnter-tnintme- nt K-K-K-ss -l K-K-. -l -l K--l -l I. a urn Snndidge Minncllc Pruitt Lucile Dinwlddic Oneldn Shewmakor Mnry Hanson Virginia Dinwiddic Lydln Weddle Anna S. Reynolds Albert Moscr .. Mnblc McClurc.. Olgn Myers .. I re tin Morgan NO. 1. Morrland, Ky. Miss Miss 1,000 Miss 1,250 Miss ..1,275 ..1,175 Miss 1,000 Miss 1,050 Miss 1,050 Miss 1,050 Miss 1,000 Mrs. 1,000 Miss 1,000 Miss 1,000 1,000 Miss 1,000 Miss Miss 1,000 1,000 Miss 1,000 Miss 1,000 1,450 Miss 1,000 1,400 Miss 10,750 Miss - Danville, Ky. Dye Ksthcr Prcwltt Orn Guthrie Joyce Taylor Junction City, Ky. Bessie Wiight Gertrude Richardson Lucy Hnnkln Mary Steele It was getting BOONE WAY MEETING o'clock nnd tho AT CRAB ORCHARD were said. Every hand gave Col. Weatherford n hearty shnkc and kind words nnd good wishes were Location of Famous Route To Ba i,lVv his portion. His fiftieth blrthdny had CtJaaaBBBBBBBBBHhMitaijIi Settled by Delegates From Counbeen duly celebrated nnd the occasion ties Interested Friday long looked forward to wns nt nn end. The Interior Journal, which hns The offlcinl route of the now fa- ever prized his friendship, loins his host of friends in wishing him many fmous Boone Wny from the Mountains more happy birthdays and trusts that to the Blue Grass will in all proba- cre mnny more years nro udded to the bility be finally decided upon nt n sum total the aimlablc Colonel will meeting of nil tho counties nnd corn-haothers even closer than friends munitics concerned nt Crnb Orchard to help him celebrate such auspicious next Friday afternoon, May 14th. A good man is deserving! occasions. vinbnrntn nrnnnr.illons nrc being of n good wife and the other good made by tho good people of tho Eat things resultant or marriages planned End of Lincoln to entertain their in heaven. May George have 'cm nil guests. Several hundred delegates nre nnd then some. expected to be present nnd nn interesting contest is cspcctcd to be waged CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORS before final settlement is made of the offici'i' route. Each county rep- Hold Annual Convention at Beres resented at Mt. Vernon and in tho llnone Hichwav Association is cx- Colloge Three Days Last Week petlt'll IU IlilVU HU VUklliK tlCirHH:.-- ' A large delegation of members of on hand nnd in addition to these, it (Tho nbovc picture must have been of the taken when George wns young, thin the Christian Endeavor societies of is very probable that nil have n host nttended the 25th annual munities concerned will nnd innocent. Association with Doc urge the Drye has caused him to add flesh but convention of the Christinn Endeavor of "boosters" on hand to communit-ventio- n of their respective lose hair. However, it is something Union nt Bcren last week. The con- - claimsThe meeting will be held nt tho was held three days on May ,ies. of a likeness of tho Colonel after nil.) s Crab Orchard Springs 7, 8 and 'J in the auditorium of Ber- Among those who went hotel so that there will be nmple Collgc. or u hundred of ca. Some seventy-fiv- e here were Mrs. Maggie Gover, icommodations to entertain the larg-MiCol; George D. Weatharford's friends Ida Judd, Miss Annie McKinney, est crowd that may attend. helped him celebrate his 50th birth- Miss Esther Burch and James Tribblc. Informal conferences have been day at his hospitable home at HustonBcrea is perhaps the most ideal held by representatives of counties ville last evening. It was n happy place for this convention that the En- nfter the Boone nnd Dixie Highways occasion and one that will live long deavors have had because of its nnt-ur- during the past few weeks since the in the memory of those fortunate beauty and the interest that cen- meeting nt Mt. Vernon, looking toenough to be present. The gonial ters around tire school, which has n ward nn agreement regarding the invitations, stat- national reputation on account of the Colonel had issued of the first named road. A ing that "It's n Long Way to.Tippcr-ary- , work done among the mountain peo- strong etrort will be mnde to route he had at last reached ple of the south. but that the Boone Way around by Lexington the Fiftieth Mile Post" and those who Dr. Frost, president of the college nnd thence on to Louisville. received them showed their appreci- made n thrilling talk on the subject Knoxvillc has become greatly ination of the remembrance by accept- of the school. Cassius Clay was the terested in the matter nnd K. L. Coling almost to a person. They knew first who hall a thought of this school. lier, of Crab Orchard, who was here that n jolly, good time was in store John Fee gnve the name to Bcrea and Monday, says a big delegation is exfor them nnd further that the only established the Union church in which pected down from the eatern Tendrawback to the evening's pleasures 19 demoninntions are represented nnd nessee metropolis. The Knoxvillc would be the thought that the host nil work together in perfect harmony. peoplo wunt the Dixie Highway dihad gotten so fnr on life's journey to Rogers was the first head of the verted by their city over tho Boone the grave. Sad thoughts were put school. Way and thence to Chattanooga and aside, however, and nobody was 1904 negroes and whites on south. Until thoughtless enough to even intimate were both ndmitted, but at this time Discussion of Dixie Highway plans that the best days of Col. Weather-for- d the legislature forbade the colored will probably occupy a good portion had been passed. and white attending the same school. of the time of the meeting nt Crab His guests included his closest So President Frost and his wife suc- Orchard. Congressman Harvey Helm friends, young nnd old. In fact, they ceeded in raising $400,000 nnd estab- chairman of the publicity committee were there in knee pants and in gar- lished a school at Lincoln Ridge, near for Lincoln county, has been devoting ments that became those whose jour- Shelbyville, for the negroes, where much time to the preparation of hisney is almost run. "Georgie," as his they have the same advantages as at torical sketches and other interesting legion of admirers call him, wanted Berea. data regarding Lincoln county, and his friends to help him ceieoraie anil Bcrea College is largely endowed. its points of scenic and historic interregardless of age or thus making it possible for the very est. This information, appropriate he had them, condition. A goodly oltl.mothcr, BU- - poor to enter. Many who come from ly illustrated with pictinea of the odd, whom "George" has known and the mountains to this school have had scenes described, will be published loved ever since he has known any- no opportunities and some times en- in pamphlet form for to thing, thought she was too old to take ter the primary grades after they are the Dixie Highway Commissioners. part in such festivities but he would out of their teens, but their progress Congressman Helm had beautiful not take no nnd he saw that she was is much more rapid than the younger views taken from the top of Hall's there, nnd her beaming eyes told in people. As has often been said, these Gap anil also has a photograph of silent tones the pleasure it gave her people represent the very best blood, the home of Gov. Isaac Shelby, at to be with him whose life she had Dr. Frost, himself, traced four hun- Traveller's Rest, taken some time be- watched from the cradle to the "old dred and eighty families, descend- fore it burned; he also has a picture ants from revolutionary soldiers, of the old Whitley house. Crab Orman" stage. The guests, on arriving, were giv- which represented almost the entire chard Springs nnd other historic en n cordial welcome by Col. Weath- population of the mountains ut that scenes. He has writen an interesting erford, Mrs. D. S. Carpenter and the time. The school has a faculty of synopsis of Lincoln countj's attrac-wit- h The gentlemen were sixty Misses Bogle. almost that number of tions from an historic nnd scenic shown rooms to the right and the training teachers, and an attendance viewpoint which will be embodied in ladies to the left. The gentlemen's of more than 1,100. Many nre turn- - the publicntion, which wilt' read as coat room was supplied with a silver cd away every year because they can 'follows: bowl containing some kind of liquid, not be accommodated.- - $120,000 is) Stanford. Ky.. . Willinm W. Mnrr. May C, 1915. with a pretty green vegetable growth, expended yearly for the support Secretkrv of defines as "an aro- the school. splendid Dixie Highway Commission. They have n which Webster yielding fragrant oil," Carnegie Library with 33,000 vol- j Springfield, Illinois. matic plant, covering it, cigars, cigarettes, etc. umes. Every line of work is taught Dear Sir: After a brief sojourn there, the gen- hero nnd every nossible advantage is The resolution adopted at the tlemen took their ladies to the sever- given to the students. meeting held in Louisville, Ky., on There were between three nnu four April 23, 1915, requesting data conal sitting rooms and spent an hour in conversation. Between eight and hundred delegates at the convention. cerning the type of road and historinine o'clock dinner was announced A splendid program was carried out, cal attractions together with your and the happy crowd repaired to the Rev. Homer Carpenter made nn ex- - communication without date has been Masonic building, across the street, cellent president nnd he, as well ns,har(le(1 to me with (he re(1U(,sl thnt i where a repast that surpassed any- an uiiici uiiiici i endeavor to furnish you with the in i;.y . it in. iiu,,,.vi uiuuis ..no thing the writer has ever seen, was formation sought by you dress on "The Purpose of the Chris-- , enjoyed. The attached paper or brief is the The menu was almost as long as the tian Endeavor," and Rev. Fortune, result of my efforts in thnt direction.. unwritten law and the viands were of Lexington, was most interesting. I have answered the questions out- good enough for the gods. There The field secretaries. Karl Lehman lined in the resolution, serintim, and were substantial first and then came and Chns. Evans made helpful talks have added that data that seemed to the dainties. There were good things on Christian Endeavor work. me interesting nnd gcrmain to tho that we shall not attempt to name subject in hand. NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. or describe but they were good in the If I can be of further service to superlative. Fearing that there were you along these lines, do not hesti-tat- e k service at the Presbythose who did not drink coffee and to call on me. terian church Wednesday evening, still others who were not "state-wide- " With very kind regards, I r.m, enough to use water for drinking Mav 12th. Acts. 11 and 12. Very truly, The Ladies Missionary Society of purposes, old man Mum's cellar had the Baptist church will meet at the Harvey Helm. been sought and from it taken wines "Wilderness Road Route." residence of Mrs. E. J. Brown Friof various kinds. Judge Baileyand day There are about twenty (20) miles afternoon at 3 o'clock. Bill Burch said they were all right. route Lincoln There was no speaking, no formality, is The Sunday School at Mt. Xcnia of the proposed miles ofinwhich conasked to meet promptly at 2:30 county, seventeen no of fashion, but the afternoon, ns Rev.- - P. L. sists of Macadam and gravel pike and dinner and its service wns just such Sundaywill preach at 3 o'clock. Ev- three miles of natural hard service as might have been expected when it Bruce road; total milage of Macadam and was known that George Weatherford erybody invited. gravel pike, two hundred miles, which was doing the honors. will connect the Dixie Highway Cupid's Doings. Sitting in n corner of the room on Trunk line with the thousands of a handsome table was the birthday James May and Miss Louisa Cox, miles of Macadam pike that ramify cuke with fifty cute little candles prominent people of Perryville. were Central Kentucky. burning. Tho guests were not inform- married in Danville last week. This pike follows the route of the ed as to the maker of it, but it lookMrs. B. F. Phillips announces the "Old Wilderness Road" from Cumbered like the handiwork of Mrs. Spilly engagement of her daughter, Eliza land Gap to Louisville. The Macadam Carpenter, the devoted sister of the beth Cecil, to Mr. James Turner But gravel portion of this road exhost. Col. Weatherford cut the first ler, of Jacksonville. Fla. The wedding and in Lincoln county from Crab tends slice and got the button, which the will take place the latter part of Orchard to Boyle county line, thence w(so ones say means that he will con- June. Danville Mcsseneger. y to Louisville, having a v tinue in his bachelorhood. But there of sixty feet wide. wise ones who iay he will are other The three miles of proposed Muca-daTwo Drunks. not. Each guest cut n slice and was road from Crab Orchard to the Police Judge K. L. Davison had given a pretty box to carry it home two drunks in his court us a result of Rockcastle line will be authorized and with. cpnstructed us soon as it has been During dinner a three-piec- e orches- two much booze. The fellows cutae definitely determined that this route tra made inspiring music, several into court but started the day wrong. has been selected. times playing Mr. Weatherford's fav- They paid $10 each for their fun. The bridges of the seventeen miles orite "It's a Long Way to Tippera-ry.- " of Macadam and gravel road are conFor a Torpid Liver. structed of iron with wooden floors, Just as the guests were passing "I have used Chamberlain's Tublets the few remaining short wooden hall, County Attor- off and on for the past six years bridges nre being replaced with iron from the banquet ney Burch called n halt. Taking a whenever my liver shows signs of be- bridges with concrete floors. There is prominent position he asked to be ing in a disordered condition. They one short covered bridge nil of wood. heard. Addressing his remarks to have always acted quickly and given There are no toll bridges or roads in Col. Weatherford, he told of the im- me the desired relief," writes Mrs. F. this county. The culverts and drainportant event that had occurred just II. Trubus, Snringville, N. Y. For age nre in good order. a half hundred years ago, and that sale by all dealers. (Continued on second page.) for 45 years the son born on that eventful duy had been u "sweetheart" of every girl, old or young. In that section ; of how close ho was to the THE INTERIOR JOURNAL'S hearts of his people and tho love his people boro him. lie stated that the ' This Ballot friends gathered had ordered a lov-- 1 Must Be TRAVEL TOUR AND PRIZE CONTEST ing cup as a testimonial of their up-- ( Voted on or preclation of his friendship, and he . supposed it would arrivo as soon as Before iiumuiivjiiu was Bupiuieu wiiu u tuin- petent postmaster. For the benefit May 20th of those who do not know, we will state that Mr. Weatherford is tho P. M. of his town. Mr. Burch said further that he had told him years ago FOR.. DISTRICT No. thnt wlinti ha rpiirhiiil thu hnlf riii. tury mark ho was going to cull out Address ins sweet ncarts anu settle on one oi them nnd that ho, Burch, would waThis Coupon, when neatly cut out and brought or mailed to iter that the old "bach" was married the Contest Department of the Interior Journal will count for the in the next ten days. Mr. Burch's parson wkosa nam Is written thereon. -cmsrks were liberally applauded and highly appreciated. Contestants, should clip and save the coupons and get thehr There are most always thorns friends to do likewise. (Not good after tka data above mentioned.,. unong tho roses nnd tho pleasures o tho evening had to ceusc, and the on townrd eleven good-bye- s rd world-famoum ss al i : ."5 t- - i ! I I 1 hi 4 ii I ii ' N HA 'k -- Mid-wee- if is L over-suppl- y i right-of-wa- m ' :! (,. Good for 25 Votes '. ' ' '" VT' ai ';! IV ir ,-- ; -- . TV r yK ff i.M .i. m l,i ' T ..... . j.iV- tidfti. M'l, Wl1 - The. Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, May II, CONDENSED REPORT To the Comptroller of the Currency by the LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK ; : ; May 1st, J9J5 Stanford, Ky. The Interior Journal WALTON 1 91 5 SOME TEHESSEE FOLKS TELL NOW THEY WON Editors II A 8AUFLEY nnd Mnnngcrs. & TEAK BTK1CTLT IN ADVANCE el ( fcurry' Sick people want to bo well In a n i 'U ri j V f. MSHsVMBaVMBMVaMaMMSMuws j SUnfrt et tlllncsscs rangements or tno stomacn ana uigoi-tlv- e tract. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Mayr'a Wonderful Remedy starts In RESOURCES TODAY are the men of Is authorized at the first doso to put stomach sufThe Interior Journal to nnnonnco the following candidates ferers on the way to health. Tho first $323,597.40 Loans for offlcc, subject to the Democratic dose proves It. the boy in the way primary, August 7th, 1916. It Is taken with success everywhere. 137,650.00 Bonds and Stocks Here arc tho words or two Tcnnessco he should go teach him early to For Circuit Judge 10,750.00 people who have taken It: Banking House C. A. HARDIN, of Mercer county. MISS CORA PI8HER, 805 Saxon choose for himself teach him economy, CHAS. C. FOX,, of Boyle county. Cash and Due from Banks 36,382.43 avenue, Memphis "Have taken your For Commonwealth's Attorney medicine and It worked like a charm-- has but teach him the best is the cheapest E. V. PURYEAR, of Boyle county. removed qulto a number of call R. W. KEENON, of Mercer county. atones. It does just as you said it $508,379.83 teach him cheap, shoddy clothes J. S. OWSLEY, Jr., Lincoln county. would." MRS. W J. WARD. Sparta, Tcnn. For Railroad Commissioner your remare the high est and most unsatisfactory of WM. F. KLAIR. of Fayette county. "I can honestly recommend LIABILITIES J. E. NEWMAN, of Nelson county. edy to all sufferers from constipation Indigestion and stomach troubles. all teach him to buy good material, well-mad- e. For Circuit Clerk Capital, Surplus, Profits $206,099.79 seems a thing of the past with me." JESSE D. WEAKEN. gives pep Mayr's Wonderful Remedy 98,000.00 Send him to us for his clothes. We Circulation MARSHALL C. NEWLAND mancnt results far stomach, liver and For Representative in Legislature ns much and Intestinal ailments. Eat 184,280.04 Deposits -can fit him in any size, 5 to 8 years in W. G. G00CII. whatever you like. No more distress 20,000.00 Bills Payable alter eating, pressure of gat In the plain or Norfolk coats in the new small stomach and nround the heart. Octono Sinking of the Lusitania The sinkinir of tTie cienntio ocean fcottlo of your druggist now and try It checks or shepherd plaids the ever good liner Lusitania by the German sub- on an absolute guarantee If not satis$508,379.83 Total marine is too horrible to contemplate factory money will be returned. and always stylish blue serges brown and shows to what extremes countries engaged in war will go. Somo twelve Goschn pike; Lincoln and Iloylc pike. hundred persons, over 10(1 ( whom and grey mixtures., Prices $2.50 to $7.50 Data and Attractions. COURT HOUSE" "CORNER NEXT were Americans, were River, n watery Lin Stanford, crave. Many think that President coln county, the county scat oforigi one of the three Wilson nnd congress should call Ger tnc state, is located BRING many to accoi'nt for the insult. nal counties or Logan's BOY IN No. 291V Indian Kort Roosevelt labels it piracy on the near the site of REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE It is the first nnd last "Blue Grass" nation broadest scale. To involve WE WILL SUIT HIM the in war is a gravely serioua thins nnd city after leaving or entering HighNATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE country has the mountain section of the Dixie Kentucky, at ctote of business, May 1, 1915 it is well that this has, or at Hustonville, in the slate of we might way and will be the hub from which safe and sane hend it inKfciUUKLtS cannon roar. tourists will diverge to points of $136,507.69 have long ago heard by il.e German terest in Central Kentucky. (notes held in bank) Loan and discounts Due notice was given 16.37 '1 he early history or the state has Overdrafts, secured, $8.91; unsecured, $7.46 to Americans to stay off 50,000.00 embassysteamship, advertisements the its birth in this locality, which was the .. Total U. S. Bonds apBritish Western Civilization. Subscription to stock of Federal Re- pearing in various papers stating that cradle of the Rest," Lincoln county. $4,500.00 'Traveller's serve Bank .. in the belief of the German represen- was the homo of the first Governor 1,500.00 . 3,000.00 Less amount unpaid on it 2,900.00 tative that passage to warmi;:Iit prove of the State, Col. Isaac Shelby, who Banking house, $2,000.00) furniture and fixtures, $900.00. .. . owing conditions, MAIN STANFORD, KENTUCKY .. 2,807.19 haznrdous, Americans heeded it not while governor of the State went at Due from Federal Reserve Bank but many Due from approved reserve agents in New York, the head of the Kentucky troops thnt i and have paid the penalty. While drove the Indians out nnd conquered .. Chicago and St. Louis ..$ 233.65 the United States can not stand ev "The Northwest Territory." Inspired Due from approved reserve agents in other re11,128.48 erything nnd "go it mill, to" ns the by his valor at the battles of King's ,Alm0!lt nt the summit of this com- serve cities .i 10,894.83 seems saying goes, Due from banks and banker (other than included in 8 or 9) 220.99 out us, to take I. is foolish, losing .uouiuuin aim uie ureai r nuwnii. ,miinding point there nre three springs FOR THE TIRED, to on when his Check on banks in the same city or town as reporting bank "I will 71.05 thousands RUNDOWN AND OVERWORKED Americans in older to you there clarion call.I will lead meet within n short distance of each other, if in person; 14.64 $ Outside checks and other cash items youu,, lnch fpnnK the fountain head of PERSON hard- 197.98 Fractional currency, nickels and cents 212.62 obtain reparation ti for I those of the to the field of battle and share with, wei know 8trcnm. The waters of There are certain times of the the ottom you the dangers and honors of the jnn wiml thclr devious ways through ......................... Notes of other national banks : 1,590.00 headed ons .sent sea. year when everyone it more or less campaign," was heard thirty-fiv- e Lawful money reserve in bank: rumantic scenery nnd aid in forming put out of condition and we recomTotal coin and certificates 7,011.00 Green, Kentucky nnd Cumberland the mend-REXALL Legal-tend... notes 1,715.00 The writer was in Harrodsburc responded. Here the campaign for rivers, lhese lilenil In witters CELERY AND IRON TONIC Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (not more than 5 per Sunday and saw for the first time her the conquest or the unexplored .North the Ohio, thence to the "Fnther of This innlunble nerve builder will aid isconsin, Waters," thence to their Ktemity cent on circulation) 2,500.00 beautiful "White Way." Now don't west, Illinois, Indiana, in restoring all the organs of the body conflict this with "Boone Way," for .Michigan and Ohio were planned. the Sea. to a healthy state, toning up and inTotal .. , $218,180.39 that has not yet reached Mercer's Here the troops were moblizcd anil From this Gap the road leads to the vigorating the system, and guing new capital. But the "White Way" is a were equipped that pusl.cd the Cana- Mills Springs battlefield some forty LIABILITIES energy to the spirits. Will not de. Capital stock paid in $ 50,000.00 beauty and Harrodsburg people are dian boundary bnck from the miles distnnt. Designs for the conrange the stomach. Your money back to its present line, and gave struction of a modern "Boad Side Surplus fund 24,000.00 justly proud of it. The big iron posts if not satisfied. $1.00 the Bottle. are sufficiently close to each other to to the Republic n domain that now Inn," especially equipped for the conUndivided profits $ 4,438.80 mmmLmxLmMmmmmLmmmmm Sold Onlr By Us Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid accommodation of 973.56 3,460.24 make the light almost perfect and the constitutes its heart's core. It was venience nnd Circulating notes .. . 50,000.00 five big incandescents on each literal- here that one of the first churches tourists nre being prepared. Due to banks and bankers (other than in eluded in 5 or 6) 's west of t he Allsghenics was erected, Crab Orchard The 90.93 ly turn night into day. Mayor gift of a fountain, which is set known as the "Buffalo Springs Springs, that hark back to the anteIndividual deposits subject to check 90,629.22 In the THE REXALL STORE church yard, bellum days, arc still popular and in front of the court-housadds its Church." Total . ... $218,180.39 share of beaufr to Main street, which surrounding it are interred the re- maintain their well deserved reputamains of many of thoe pioneers who tion. It is here that the well known but for its slope, would be one of the State of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss: I, J. H. Hocker, Cashier of the above-namebank, do solemly swear prettiest business streets in this sec shared the perils experienced by the and wholesome Crab Orchard Salts are manufactured. tion of Kentucky. The oldest town in rugged nnd stuunch defenders of that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. THE MOST Fort, the site of which is Traces of the old Buffalo trail the State has seemingly taken on new- J. H. HOCKER. Cashier life and is marching in the front of close by. A movement is on foot to re- leading to the "Buffnlo Spring," Subscribed and sworn to before me Correct Attest: construct this primitive outpost of which derived its name from them are this 8th day of May, 1915 the parade of progress. EDW. ALCORN, Christianity, as well as the old fort still extant. J. W. HOSKINS, W. C. COWAN, and make them the shrines of the Stanford and Lincoln county have Notary Public J. W. POWELL countless descendants C. Judge maintain My Commission expires, Feb. 19, 1916 Directors politician II. whoKennedy, the preacher pioneers who worshippedof the brave and always will for nil theiran "Open nt its altar Door Welcome" far wan is running against and bravely defended the Fort their dering sons and daughters. OF SILKS, CREPES, CREPE DECHENE, SILK AND WOOL Judge u. J. iiethurum, of Somerset, wilderness city of refuge. for the republican nomination for circuit judge is charged by the Somerset the rebuilding of the fort would be Leo Frank, the convicted murderer POPLINS. SHOES AND OXFORDS, SILK HOSE EVER SHOWN Herald as having said in a sneech not only the preservation of a nistor of Mary Phagan, has been sentenced years ago that " Caleb Powers was ic landmark, but a monument to its to hang at Atlanta June '12, but it's IN CRAB ORCHARD. COME TO SEE FOR YOURSELF, t t guilty of the crimes charged against builder Gen. Benj. Lo;rnn, whose a safe wager that he wont hang. The mm, and that the i'owers vote in the broadmiidedeness is best evidenced prison commission and the governor primary was a correct census of the by his waver of all rights accruing to will commute his sentence to life "The Brand That Satisfies of the law of prlmoge d fools in the district." Sounds him by rea-ogood to us. If the gentleman from nature; who was a born military lead er, and among the foremost states Wayne told that truth and will con You Here's tinue to do so, the Interior Journal is men of pioneer days. for him and will throw the rrrent ine court records of this countv weight of its influence to him against antedate the admission of the State in Tbe People's Market Place Adver-Yo- u its heretofore choice- in the "fight on tha Union, and contain most interest tue What Have to Sell the other side Judge Burgess Jef- ing pioneer history of Kentucky. The ferson Bethurum." KP.KS1I car lira in new barrels at I'atrick Henry, Daniel Boone anti 38-- 1 other like celebrities appear in these W. II. Higgins'. DURABLE PROTECTS BEAUTIFIES "Hogwallow News" will be conspic- records. Opposite the Court-Hous- e, The first brick house erected in Graduating Presents at Mueller's uous for its absence in the various Kentucky.-i- n 1784, the home of Wil- Jewelry Store, Stanford. Kentucky weeklies from now hence. YOUR PROPERTY "Dunk Botts," whose real name is liam Whitley, Commander of the George Bingham, has copyrighted his Whitley Fort, the noted Indian Silos of the Saginaw make, the productions and those who use his fighter, who is reputed to hnve killed best made, for sale by J. L. Bcazley works freely under the brush, covers H . & W. at the battle of the and Co. to pay so much Tecumsch "stuff" hereafter have 38-- 3 per for it. As it was a good filler and Thames, is one of the historical landsurface thoroly to stay covered, also leaves an easily obtained, probably a third of marks of the State and County. Ten The early home of General Hosseau side. young cows with calves by the country publications used the attractive appearance. Josh Jones, Stanford, R. F. D. matter. Keep an eye on the same pa- still stands on Main street of the No. 2. 388tf. pers now and see how many of them city of Stanford. Never use cheap Paint (the Best.is always cheapThe home where President Andrew will pony up for its use. GRASS FOR RENT Would like Jackson sojourned, on one of his est in the end) therefore ask your dealer for trips through Kentucky is still in good to have about fifteen head of, cattle to graze through the summer. Ray state of preservation. BOONE WAY MEETING. and accept H. & IV. 38-- 2 The Bright Stage Coach Inn, once Ball, Stanford, Route 2 n relay station on the Wilderness no substitute. (Continued from first page.) Boad, still stands within two miles of LOST Pocket book containing about $8.30 and three keys. Howard All streams crossed by this road are Stanford. . The sites of High grade Paints have the analysis label on each bridged. route is selected the Fiscal and MontgomeryCarpenter, orMcKinncy for return to M. S. Baughmun. 37-- 2 stations forts arc If this still extant, and eTforts , are being Court of the county will, under their GENUINE German Millet Seed for can. Demand and accept no made to rehabilitate the buildings. of recently enacted road law, designate sale by the Junction City Lumber it as the "County Seat Road" and as A Real Buena Vista. does not show analysis of its contents. : : : : such it will be favored with liberal ap- By universal consent one' of the Co., (Incorporated), of Junction City, 37-propriations out of the county and most attractive views to be seen in Ky. state funds. SHUGARS' DRUG STORE, STANFORD, KY. Thet action of the Fiscal Court "Dixie Lurid" is from Hall's Gap, an TRUSTEES who want a first- elevation of 1,200 feet that s experienced teacher when it designates this road as the a panoramic view of Lincoln, class, Miss Fannie Young at should High- -' county seat road from Stanford to Pulaski, Rockcastle, Madison, Gar- fihone write her at Waynesburg, It. Danville and from Stanford to Mt. rard, Boyle and Jessamine counties. F. D. No. 1. Will give reference if Vernon. The landscape rises ocean-lik- e from 38-- 0 Sixty days from date this route has the foot of the Gan until the horizon's wanted. been finally and irrevocably deter- curtain precludes the billowing vista. mined on as the "Dixie Highway." FOR SALE. Fino ripe ennned The population of Lincoln county peaches; put up at the orchard and is approximately twentv-fiv- e thous Kidney Trouble Often Causes Ner- fine in every way; cans full and only vousness and Heart Trouble. ands. select fruit used.; have given satisThe Lancaster and Crab Orchard per HUSTONVILLE, KY. Two years ago I was badly run faction wherever used. $1.50 pike; the Crab Orchard and Somerset down, not able to do any work; suf- dozen, f. o . b. King's Mountain. Adroad; Ottenheim and Waynesburg fered from nervousness, heart trou- dress L. B. Lee, Waynesburg, Ky.7-3- p Full Stock of Groceries, Crown Gasoline, Maroad; Stanford and Hustonville pike; ble, kidneys WMTH A GOOD STRONG FENCE WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED and Stanford and Shelby City pike; Stan- shape; no appetite, bladd r in bad DR. J. G. CARPENTER Office unable to do any chine Oils, Etc. Get my Prices. ford and Somerset pike; Stanford and work: and since usinir six bottles of in Lincoln Ccunty Nntionnl Bank A CAR LOAD Preachersville pike; Stanford and t)r. I feel fino; Building Eye, nose, throat, car, Gcn-etKilmer's Swamp-Hoo- t, They will surprise you. am in excellent health and can do urinary, rectal, pelvic diseases, .Deafness Cannot Be Cured most any kind of light work. Since surgery, consultations. Eyes skillfully. Highest Market Price Paid For Country Produce Of AMERICAN FENCE I have been re tested, glumes scientifically presclb-edthe canisot tr Incsl applies doai. ss ear. Ttiere la reach its using the Swamp-Rodi.rs.rd purlieu of the oul vbe lieved of all the above troubles. I the best and cheapest. All Kinds. s to cur. dvafDral. sud tint If Lr rou.tltutLm. si manure, iwarisn 1. rauara ir an moamrd cheerfully give the above testimony. condition uf tbe mucous llnlnr of toe Eu.tacblan anu nope otners may tie oenented. A. S. PRICE DENTIST tut is 'iud. nnen ibis lmnrrfvr.lonatn.d you nav a Very truly yours, rumbllne auund op h.urlnv .nit uhn Hours, 8 to 4 o'clock II is entirely nord ifealuras la tue rr.ult, sua J. L. DICKSON, tlie Inflammation can Le taken out and Westminister, S. C. tun tuM restored to its normal condition, near Office Ovist, Shugar's Drug Store Crab Orchard Ins will be dritroTi-rorrrert nine caaea out of Sworn to before me, Kentucky ten are cauira hi (alarm, wmcu la notblnc S. L. BROWNLEE, an Inflamed condition of tbe muroua surfarca, Good Farm at a Bargain. We lll sttre One lluudril Dollars for anr rata Justice of the Peace. of Drafneu (raurd br catarra) tbst cannot l I will sell my home farm of 230 rurru or nana laiarru iure. foe circuacres at a bargain if taken In the lars, free, Letter to C. M'Clary L. Bcazley & Co 9. next 30 days. This is a great oppor J. CHUNKY & CO., Toledo, O. Dr. Kilmer A Co., Always en Hand. Get Them in Three Times Each , Sold tr Drust-tits-, TSe. tunity for some ono It. II. Bro- Binghamton, N. Y. Tsk Halls 1'sull 1'Uls for constipation. naugh, Crab orchard, Ky. 33tr Week. Prove What Swamp.Root Will Do Oil, Oil, Attention Farmers. For You HARRY JACOBS I can save you money, can fill your Send ten cents to' Dr. Kilmer & Manufacturers and Dealers in Co., Binghamton, N. Y. for a sample barrel, or sell you u No. 1. un-tfaucet, CO steel barret It High - Class Monuments. size bottle.also will convince anyone datccapacity, at ti with figure, and gallow You will fill receive a booklet of lon Call and Get Some. UNDERTAKER AND EMIA.LMER Original Designs and Promnt Service vnlunble Information, telling about same with the best oil at low prices, Guaranteed QualityConnections the kidneys and bladder. When writ- saving you from $1 to $2. Matting, Rugs. FuriM- Furniture at all Granite and Marble Quarries. ing, bo sure and mention the StanIf you cannot make arrangements UNDERTAKER AND EMIALME1 ture Exchanged fer all Klnae Office and Works on Cemetery Hill, ford Interior Journal. Regular fifty through your merchant, call or phono Office . Phem 117. Hum Phsfts M Of Steck. Closed on Saturdays phone 164 fit nnd size bottles for Standard Oil Agent, J. W. SWEENPHONE 42 STANFORD. KY. TfNFORD, KENTUCKY. STANFORD Ky. Phone 1&2. 30-- 1. i KENTUCKY 'ale nt all drug sores. 30 EY, Lancaster, nend tUti Kntrrtd mail mtUtt. ftf . ..... a .At.MMa MAlt All have their beginning In do- -- ..MM SUIT THE BOYS BOYS OF Start that that Total J 1 TO THE YTRAGOOH McROBERTS & BAILEY STREET y - ch.-.n- J Alle-gheni- Pul-liam- far-fam- Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. e, d ATTRACTIVE LINE WHEN YOU PAINT use n H. & W. Pure L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. What Want Prepared Paint - T. D. NEWLAND Paint Wants to Sell You a W. J. Oliver Plow. A Plow that is O. K. Also Your Good Fresh Garden Seed. Pure Prepared Paint Go To Farris' For Your brand Paint that com-mand- Garden Tools and Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right. B. W. LEIGH. Protect Your Crops o, ot 10-3- m unlc-s- w. E. PERKINS J. Fresh Vegetables , J. Best of Fruits of Various Kinds. B. Campbell, Stanford. one-doll- Ili aVi-, -- nfrfri -, ,nvt,"4i4 Jt 4"""1 Kw,V -- "nnr ,iJMfc.jijwt-'- ' -- ' -- KW)W- i,1 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, May II, 1915 Eat what you want and not bo troubled trith Indigestion if you will take You Can Enjoy Life a Dyspepsia L-- . Tablet a P HAVE YOU A BANK ACCOUNT ????? If not, do you expect to go through life without one? Improve your financial condition. Make money save It. Oepotlt It In before and after each meal. Sold only by u 25c a box. Penny' Drug Stort). the FIRSTNATIONAL BANK where It will earn you Interest and secure you a living when you are old and too Infirm to work, t i t I I w bo Not Grlpo We hare n pleasant laxative thnl do Just wlinl joti want It to do. Wo . will J. O. llogie, of (larrnrd county, was at the derby in Louisville Suturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hill epent a few days with Mrs. Hill's parents, .Mr. and Mrs. John II. Alcrslion, ut Somerset. Itev. (.', II. (Jrrur returned Saturday from i Uit to 'he town of Jackson, Whitesburg, Itnxrrd nnd Jenkins. I.lcut. Dewitt ('. T. Urubbe, of the Hie U. S. Army, has been home folks at Junctron City for Severn! dnys. Col. George D. McCollum, proprietor of the McCollum House, at Junction City, took in the derby at Louisville Saturday. Mr. John Walls, a valued patron of thu I. J., is up from I'.irksvillc, spendini' a few dnjs with his daughter, Mrs. George Ijiy. and little Mrs J M "oil daughter, rrnnces Terrill, of Chattanooga, Tenn., .are the gut-s-t of the former's sister, Mrs. John H right. Jr. Judge L. L. Walker nnd Jniler Davo l!os, of Ijincnster, passed through Stanford Saturday en route to Martinsville, Ind , where they will tnke the Imths for a few das. Miss Ilessic Comliest, of the West End, has returned from n stay of several months nt Miami, I'ln. Mis Comhest makes her home with hex sister. Mrs. S. I'. Stephenson. w-- av nil thousand of tlirin and we Iiav c nc cr urn a r ri nicdy for thu bow elf. Sold only by us, 1 0 cents. Penny' Drug Store. Personal and Social Social Calendar .Mny 1.1 The Dixie Itook Club will be entertained by J. (). Keid on Thursday afternoon at two o'clock. Mny 13 Minn Mary ilrutr will entertain nt rook nt the homo of Mm. IV 5r. J. Alcltobcrts. Mrs. Mr. anil Mrs. W. II. Klcc In Louisville. Mrs. Corn Hell anil Miss Cundiff, of Liberty, were here Saturday en route to Alt, Vernon. A. At. Fcrrill, of Hnrrodsburg, who has many relatives in this county, wns here yesterday. H. C. Aloore, of Liberty, Is In town Atouihiy. today with his sister, Airs. Ed WilMr. V. I). Hanson, of the Aloreland kinson. section, who has been ill for several coun- weeks, wns C. IL Coleman, of Cary, Hell ahle to nttend court here ty, spent several days with the home yestcrdny. folks here. Col. William Aloreland, of Wash-ingto- n has returned Jack Walker Oo-Court House, Ohio, has been Louisville where he went to from here with his daughter, Airs. Carroll have his eyes treated. Charles T. Holinn, Jr., was up from Shanks. Airs. Itichnrd Ilibb, of Nashville, Lebanon yesterday looking after Airs. W. It. Dcnhnm, of Oklahoma horses. .Miss Kate Warrlncr, of Huston-vill- e City, Okla., and Claud Bibb, of Lonnnd Aliss Lizzie Phillips, of Lib- don, nrc guests of relatives in the erty, have been the guests of Airs. W. Turnersville section. W. Phillips at Junction City. Dr. II. C. Nunnclley, wife nnd chilJudge Charles A. Ilnrdin, of dren, of Winchester, hnvc been at was here Saturday en route several days with V. AI. Tanto Crnb Orchard. He wus accompanied ner, who continues ill, but is some by John Alugce, of Danville. better. Alesilnmes Anne D. Vnnnrsdale and Airs. J. II. Browning, of Alaywood, 11. J. AlcKobcrU rtnd Aliss Anne Davis has been here for n few days visitAlrllobertH spent Saturday with rela- ing her many friends and relatives. tives nt Ijincnstcr. Livingtson Cor. Alt. Vernon Signal. Znn Alurphy, who is running an enJonas AIcKenzie and son, S. H., Pannmn Zone, is here for gine in the funern visit to his mother and other rela- Charley nnil Hob, nttended the r. al of Mr. .lop J. Thompson, nt tives. Alt. Vernon Signal. Air. and Airs. J. S. Hicc spent sevt, Alessrs. Coe Aloser hnd W. II. eral (lays in Louisville Inst week, nnd Airs. J. II. Woncr, Air. nnd attended n big bahiuct of railroad agents nt the Wutterson Hotel Satur- Airs. Ben !'. Jennings and little daughter, Alary .Margaret, witnessed day night. Air. nnd Airs. Joe Newell, of the the Pageant nt Danville last night. West End, are receiving congratulaA handsome little son hns nrrived tions upon the birth of n fine young at the home of Air. and Airs. J. At. Alount, of Lancaster, to further bless son. Airs. Maggie Cover, Aliss Idn Judd. the union of that popular pair. The Aliss Esther Iturch and AlihS Annie mother was Aliss Jennie Lynn, of this AIcKinncy attended the Stutc Convencounty. Airs. AI. B. S.illn, who has been in tion of the Christian Endeavor nt Heron last Priday and Saturday. a hospital in Louisville for some time Among those from Stanford who was able to come home Monday. Air. were in Louisville Saturday were Sen- Salin went to Louisville nnd returned ator It. L. Hubble, It. H. Woods, J. C. with her. While yet very weak, Airs. Eulmiiks, J. W. Aiey. G. H. Cooper, Salin seems to he on the fair road to Tilden Cooper. John Held AIcKinncy, recovery. Airs. Koretus Kelt! entertained deJ. S. Hire, S. AI. Sauflcy and others. er g, Lnn-caftcOver-stree- J. S. Hundley, of Danville, was here Sunday. W. II. Turley, of Richmond, attended court hero yesterday. Mrs. Susan Ycagcr Is the guost of . !)..! n.l tllll run. tf.. j.iid. II.....I.. i.uiiLf ini nibiu are the guests of her pnrents, Air. and Air. Bennett, nt Ix)Uisvillo. Stop At The Airs. C. P. Stucky, of Louisville, Is the guest of her mother, Airs. Chloe Alurphy nt Shelby City. ticntcr and Stith Noc nt- II. i . tended the dunce nt Graham Springs And Refresh Yourself last Friday evening. Aliss Judith AlcCall, of Atnretburg, in our Soda Parlor. has been the guest or her brother, Logan AlcCall and wife. Pretty little Aliss Elizabeth Evans (Incorporated) of Hustonville, spent a dny or so with - - KY DANVILLE, her uncle, W. S. Drye. Aliss Genevieve Alotrgcr, of Nlles, .Mich., who has been the guest of her (5. T. Ashlock nnd family, Kev. W. AI. Eldridge, of Pnlnt Lick cousin, Air. returned to her home Snturdny. wns here Friday. Air. and Airs. C. E, Tate, Airs. Lucy Woods Walker, of Pnlnt Lick, was Hcarlcy nnd Airs. Eliza Blnin went the guest of Air. nnd Alra. J. C. Hays to Milledgevilh", Sunday to sec Aliss When Motoring to SI...-I- ... - QU.II... )jiiy, lfl.. nuns r.iuiiy eiuiffuy, ui .ncnry nil.. ha been the guest of her aunt, Airs. f!l.. r 1 Children Cry for Fletcher's yCSJsisJSs,CNCsJs TIio Kind Ycu llnvo Alwnys Uonglit, nnd ulilrli linn been lu uso fur over HO years, liuv borne tlio signature oC - aim ims necn iniulo under lilt per-!- y ,jj7 Bonnl supervision ninco Us infancy. uccuM, Allow no one todceoUoyoulntlils. are but All Counterfeits, Iinllntlon.H ami KxperlmcntH that trifle with nnd endanger the health of Infanta nnd ClilHlreii Uxpcrleneu against 12xpcrliucnU '.Ttist-iis-good" I i ; (icorge F. Dolionle. ....DANVILLE.... Shop Perfect. SHOP PERFECT Airs. ,C. Hnys Foster, nnd little daughter, Jane Alurrell, left today for Pineville to bo the guests of her parents, Air. nnd Airs. O. P. Nuckols. Aliss Alary Belle Spoonamore, who has been in Kennedy, Toxn. for a vonr or more with her sister, Airs. W. F. Hickle, hns returned home. Thomas Newlnnd, of Dallas, Texas, who was called here on nccount of the serious illness of his mother, Airs. T. D. New land, returned home the latter part of last week. Airs. New-lan- d Is very much improved. Airs. It. G. Hnil, of Kansas City, Mo., who has been the guest of her mother, Airs. Jennie Wearen, left Snturday for Ilussellville, where she will spend a week with her brother, W. B. Wearen nnd wife, before returning home. Liccic Benzley who is ill. Cnslorln U it harmless! wtibstlfnto for Castor Oil, Pnro-porl- e. Drops anil Soothing: Sjrnps. It Is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Nareotlo milistance. Its nt:o Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms mid allnyH roverishness. I 'or inoro than thirty jenrs it lias heen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, rintulcucy, Wind Colic, tilt Teething Troubles nnd It regulates Iho Stomach nnd Bowels, Diarrlnra. assimilate the Food, pHlntc healthy u:.u i:;.:t:ral fc.lcci. Tho Children's I'aiiiiccu Tlio Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA 1 GENUINE CASTORIA ) ALWAYS ' Bears the Signature of il al Saturday. Ilettie of Louisville, spent several days with her sifters in this county. Mrs. W. T. Smith, of Lexington, is the K"et of Mrs. Tinsley Spoonn-morc. M. II. Euhnnks. of Danville, was in Hragg Thompson and little dauKhtor, Corn Lee. of Crnb Orchard were here with friends Saturday. Col. V.. I Woods has gone to Dry ItidK. Orant county, to drink the waters there lor his rheumatism. Mrs. Aliss Ijiurn Johnson, formerly of King's Mountain, hut now of Science Hill, passed through yesterday en route to Richmond to enter Eastern Kentucky Normal. Air. Sidney Dunbar of the Hedge-vill- e section, wns here Saturday on his way to Jamestown to spend it month with relatives and friends of his boyhood days. He drove through. Wearen Hughes and wife, of Memphis, took in the Derby at Louisville Saturday and then came on here anil spent Sunday with his mother, Airs. Julia Hughes and his brother, L. It. Hughes. lightfully Thursday ufternoon ather home on AInin street with n bridge tarty in honor of Airs. Alonzo Kim-inl- l. I Airs. Kimball is the wife of the noteil nrtist of New York City, nnd is being evtensively entertained during her visit in this city. Danville AlcCormnck nnd at tractive daughter, Aliss Alarguente AlcCormnck, of Hustonville, vire the guests of Alesdamoj J. II. Wo. 6g and Logan Hubble. Airs. AlcCdrmnck nnd Alessenger. Airs. Emmett daughter have just returned from n visit to the former's son, Milton AlcCormnck in Phoenix, Ariz. BaptLL Call Pastor. At n business meeting of the congregation of the Baptist church Wednesday night Kev. W. H. Brengles was unanimously called to the pastorate of the church. Itev. Brengles has been pastor of the St. Charles AvYears In Use For Over enue church nt New Orleans for the tHI CtNT IW COMAMV Nrw VOWt CITY past ten years, and previous to that had charge of the church nt this state. He is nil eloquent anil gifted preacher nnd has alChamberlain's Liniment. HUBBLE. ways done much to build up the This preparation is intended especchurches whcie he has been pastor. I Air. Sid Dunbar went to Itussell ially for rheumatUm, lame back, His wife is n talented nnd highly county last Saturday to visit a few sprains and like ailments. It Is a favdays. trained musienn. Hnnodsburg orite with people who arc well acAirs. Hoffman returned home Sat- quainted with its splendid qualities urday from a two weeks' visit at Airs. Chrrles Tnnncr, Wabash, Ind., C. P. Cecil to Improve Building Alorehead. says of it, "I have found ChamberAir. C. P. Cecil, Jr., the Danville lain's Liniment the best thing for Aliss Stella AIcKechnie. of Preach-crsvillgioccryman. signed a long lease for came down Sunday to spend lame back and sprains I have ever his present qumters nnd has decided a week with her sister, Airs. J. A. used. It works like n charm and reto renovate the front room as well as Spoonamore. lieves pain and soreness. It has been put in a new front. Ho bought from Grover AIcKechnie and Alorrison used by others of my family as well the Welsh &. Wiseman Co., the front Luce went up to Bcrea Saturday and as myself for upwards of twenty years." 25 and 50 cent bottles. For of their storeroom nnd will have it stayed over Sunday. sale by all dealers changed over to his store room, with Air. and Airs. Karris Fitzgerald other improvements. When complete went over to Alarcellus Saturday and Card of Thanks. it will he n model of beauty and per- stayed until Sundny evening with Air. I with to thank the neighbors, docfection. Air. Cecil is to be congrat- nnd AIrt. J. C. Rankin. tors and friends for the kind attenulated upon his ever e Alice Boss, daughter of Squire Ross tion ihown us during the illness of spirit. colored, was operated on at Danville our daughter, Alabcl Irene Elmore. Saturday for appendicitis, She also wants to thank vou for the Stanford High Playing; Ball. i Another's Day will be observed nt (the nice candy, fruit, flowers and The Stanford High School boys are AIcKendree church next Sunday. uiucr uiings yuu uiuukiii, iiui. nt Hustonville playing off n tie with Air. J. T. Roberts was called to is n friend in deed. in !the High School team there and to- Crab Orchard last week on account Alay God's need richest blessings rest upon morrow they will meet the Harrods-Ibur- g ,of the serious illness of his little ench of you. We hope some day to reboys on the grounds here. 'grandson, Harold Shaw. pay the kindness. Hattic Elmore. Z&0Zzu e, 1 The Kind You Have Always Bought 30 n, wide-awak- PI I i t iv- - BEGINNING TUESDAY, MAY $9.75 At this price we will offer choice of good TAILORED assortment of this seasons suits. ShepSUITS herd Checks and colors in a variety of cloths and styles and none worth less than $15.00. $13.75 Another lot of still higher grade suits, TAILORED made in many materials and all in shape and colors." ValSUITS ues from $19.75 up. $19.75 In this lot are all the very finest grade of d suits. All the very TAILORED strictly materials and best colors. SUITS best $23.75 At this price we will offer all our finest TAILORED Wool suits, that sold at $35, $37.50, $40 SUITS and $45. Nothing finer can be had. Our stock of these is limited and we advise an early call. WASH We call special attention to our line of Wash Skirts at SKIRTS Wooltex $2.50 to $7.00. These are the only really Skirts ever put on the market and are tailored as only Wooltex will do it. abso-"up-to-da- te Man-Tailore- 11 m pi AND CONTINUING FOR ELEVEN DAYS We Will Offer Hundreds of Tailored Suits, Wool and Silk Dresses, Spring Coats, Raincoats, Etc., at Very Specially Low Prices. Sale Ends May Twenty-Secon- d OUR LINES OF LADIES' GARMENTS ARE IN EXCELLENT SHAPE AS OUR STOCK WAS RENEWED BY A SECOND TRIP TO THE MARKETS IN APRIL, SO WHILE YOU GET THE ADVANTAGE OF "END OF SEASON" PRICES YOU HAVE SELECTION OF THE VERY LATEST STYLES IN THE MARKET TODAY FOR THIS SALE WE OFFER MORE THAN FIFTY NEWEST STYLE LIGHT WEIGHT WOOL DRESSES at EXACTLY We have just received some very desira-SUIT- S ble styles of Navy and Black Taffeta Silk Tailored Suits at $25 and $35. $9.75 At this very reasonable price we offer SILK choice of about thirty new silk dresses, DRESSES in Crepe Meteor, Taffetas, Crepe de SILK Chenes, Checks, Etc. $13.75 This lot is well worth attention as it is SILK composed of about forty of the most ui JSfl m 1 VI y - HALF PRICE $1 t- 0.00 Dresses at $15.00 Dresses at $17.50 Dresses at $25.00, $30.00 and $35.00 TAILORED SUITS $5.00 $7.50 $8.75 ES . ' $5.00 WE OFFER CHOICE OF FORTY SUITS FROM LAST SEASON, MADE BY THE FINEST TAILORS IN CLEVELAND AND NEW YORK. WERE $20 to $35 NOW Pre-Shru- nk $5.00 $10.00 DOUBLE TEXTURE SILK CANTON RAINCOATS IN NAVY, BLACK, TAN $6.75 The WIRTHMOR WAISTS and the WAISTS, the wonder waists, $ I New Styles Come in Every Week- WEL-WORTH Pre-Shru- nk tractive medium price silk dresses we have ever shown. The materials are Crepe Meteors, Failles ancl Crepe de Chenes, in black, rose, blues, navy, putty, etc. AFTERNOON We have in stock a number of very beauDRESSES tiful afternoon dresses mostly one of a kind which we will offer at decided reductions for this sale. The prices of these ranged from $25 to $65. Come early for choice of these. SKIRTS We offer a small lot of all wool skirts $1.98 that sold at $5 to $10 originally,' at choice for $1.98. LACE WAISTS, $6.98 We have a few very fine dressy styles in Lace Waists, in crearrfs, blacks and colors, that sold 'at $10, $12.50 and $6.98 $13.50 and offer these at choice for t i J FINE SPRING COATS $25.00 Finest Spring Coats, for this sale $20.00 Spring Coats, for this sale $18.75 Spring Coats, for this sale at $1 5.00 $12.75 $10.95 6c $2 A. B. Robertson & Bro., Danville, Ky. ,.-- a 7f t I s r . f,m y:T--- tr W - - v "r - - ,VIiiIi,T , r W,t"4W' '" -- - - Tsr-ac- -- ." -- ri , f K H& T .?,' it,' The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, May II, 1915 . A Our Entire Millinery Stock Will B Placed On. During The Next Ten Days at Tremendous- ly Reduced Prices. V A1 v V Millinery-- at prices that represent but a fraction An opportunity to buy Millinery High-Clas- s styles make it imperative to entirely close out the stock of the articles' worth. each season. Therefore these great Reductions in Millinery. LOSE IF YOU DO. DO NOT MISS THIS SALE-Y- OU . Ever-changing - n V i THE WEATHERFORD CO., Huston ville. SPRING if , i Ki A i ANNOUNCEMENT. Our entire stock of New Spring Goods has arrived, Every department is full to the brim. Men's and Young Men's Clothing, Oxfords for Men, Boys and little Gents, Ladies and Misses. We are showing these in all leathers; also White Cravenettes, with red 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. 1 Robinson's. TO THE PUBLIC. INSURE Your Property in the Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with SALIN & SMITH, Agents Stanford, Kentucky I represent the largest and best clothing house in this country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago 111. My experience in measuring and directing the maKing of your clothes, i tne advantage over one who is not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order I will promise you a square deal. You will get the worth of your money, cither in the cheapest grades or the higher priced. My SPRING and SUMMER line of samples are now ready, for your inspection. Call and let me show you. made-to-order H. C. RUPLEY. the Practical Tailo-- . BINDER TWINE. X Buy your Twine now. This may be all we can get this season at the price. Don't delay; you will need it. W.H.HiggillS, Stanford, Ky. VPfB A Car of Lehigh Just Arrived Wc have just unloaded a car of Lehigh Portland Cement U at our warehouse. If you are in the market for cement thi3 is a chance you cannot afford to overlook. Lehigh is a cement which gives you the best value, for it is ground to such a fineness that it makes the strongest' concrete. LLnlWlCEMENT has becn(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. Conic in and let us figure on your requirements. FOR SALE BY J. H. BAUCHMAN CO. (.) HUSTONV1LLE. THE DRAFT HORSE AND THE PERCHERON und Emmett McCormack , U. T. Selby, of Russell county, sold Mr. and Mrs. Riley Bright, of daughter, Miss Marguctito have got-- GETS-I- T WU here yesterday 101 mixed cattle to Morcland. are being congratulated ten home after a visit to Kansas, Ari- , A word in regard to the drn?t zona and California. Hughes & Murphy at $32.50. by their friends upon the arrival of horse and especially the Percheron Mrs. Martha Adams Is with her I notice that Mr. J. Nevin Carter, of 2 Second, 2 Drops Sam Matheny delivered to T. V. a son at their home. Corns Vanish t d children and grandchildren of this Stanford, in his advertisement" of his hogs at Jones 50 head of Hh corns, tliro tf la Kor ererhodr seven and a half cents a pound. Raymond Steele and wife, near place ulways n welcome guest at her Percheron horse Voltaire, says that awry ilriiit ttora In tu laud one ot the ot Ibn world, and that's ri'nl stmulxr J. W. Williams sold to J. C. John- Morcland are receiving congurtula- - old home.' his I tltn best liiir hnri hi the rnuntv HKTrt-IT- " rori.il lt' John Snndidge surely stumbled on nd possibly in the state. Now, I onljr coin-cur- e fr crer known Hie lint ml ston, of Boyle, 53 ;;5pound hoes at tions upon the birth of a bouncing ttiat rtuor4 baby boy. 7c. the rejuvenating spring in Indiana think he covers a good deal of ground which Ponce de Leon sought but when ho savs the state, nnd u llttlo William Mosor bought of R. B. A. R. Matheny. a prominent farm found not in Horidn. The old horse- - too much when he snys the county, Woods a pair of three year old mare er south of town is the latest to join man that John is nnturnlly suggests Mr. Wc huvc no doubt that mules for $300. n brand form when he sweeps Carter has a good horse, but wo Jones & Cress sold to Meier & Huff- the Fordists, as ho bought Anderson it iff sBhA.It' new Ford touring the perspective. Ht.ve he is mistaken when he says. man, of Danville, a lot of butcher and McCarty, local car from this week. agents, Rev. A. II. Bnugh's mother is a vis- - he is the best in the county. In the stuff at 5 w first place, he is n registered I'ercher- itor. K. C. Gilliland, this side of Waynes-bur- s, Sam J. Bell, formerly of this counGeorge Bradley nnd ". "hic,. wc have no doubt, und u Mesdames sold a sow about to farrow, to ty, but who is now furnishing the far "" h K".' 1,u.1 .lho ,yP flourished highest scores K Albert Padgett for $22. electricity for the towns of Middle-bur- g Fred Jeffers last joust of the Rooks. t I'crchcrous at mnturity weigh it made at the to Victor Lear, of and Yosemite, was a caller Lee Rankin sold " and over and nl the best breed- Dr. S. Williams was host to a He is more than satisfied with party O. his old-sd Garrard, a of hoirs to aver friends who took ' consider the blacks nnd greys nre of age 200 pounds at seven and a half his new enterprise. a spin to the hamlet thirteen miles 'he lj'"!1- - I investigated the I'erdier- . cents a pound. nnrth n.,,1 fnnnil nlnniiint llvnrslnil M OHM UCIOrC J OOUglH IDV HOrSC Will I believe I know what is considered the Hon. Harvey Helm has been chosen the movies. S. A. Ballard sold to Dr. Hugh .best kind, but I will give i the names Heid 17 calves at $25 and to Thomps by Gov. McCreary as on of the dele. .. . V....J .U.I.V.. .b. Hill, of Garrard, 12 yearlings at $33. gates to repre.cnt Kentucky at the Pineville, are with friends here. .0. "c "'Kf01 Percheron breeders in World Court Congress, which con- ""' """ ) "w Members of the Baptist congregaR. M. Blackerby sold to Ben Hud lO son, of Lancaster, a shorthorn bull, venes at Cleveland. Ohio, May 12, for tion generously provided seeds nnd wants toknow what is what can write a session of three days. garden that their new pas-- ,l0,vMiml.. planted a eleven months old, for $57.50. Fo.r M'm..lt.. Wk.t? Con tor. Rev. Bengle. may be well up with ; Singmaster Son. Kcota. la. "Son..Co.. 7 Tr.l. lUKd'CETS-tT.'J. M. Rankin sold to J. C. Johnston Y. b. Met). & ijOHS. Ilomt'W'OOd. 111. Jnmes Hockaday. of Madison coun Iiwlnttriniiwi ,..ii..il.ni-i- . irUn !.. mnvi.a d hogs at G 4 of Boyle, 10 Dunhams, Wayne, DuPftge county, any nnd rvcrr corn or rallu without (nil, the famous with cents and 90 lambs for July delivery ty, owner of Monday to Rex Peavine in .Mr. the summer. without timing wlla lulrk tandagti, too see Carroll came down and Mr. James Cloyd made a Illinois. at 7 4 cents. ialTei.lrrtl.it lot Uttir..,, I could give many others but these Dudderar s crack young stallion Row- visit to Mrs. floyd's kin in Taylor! In Scott Bros., near Goshen, sold to land Pcavine, which is a son of the county. nre !","u' of the most successful and olntinrnW. It', appliedwork 3Ii ircondi tune, litnu i Uropt.ttin done. the Center Bros., of Garrard, 40 head of famous Madison county horse. corn ilirlvrl up, your corn atony ends .Miss Ilessie Kifte is enjoying a vis- -' 'mji-shogs that averaged about lt!0 pounds 'V"v' heliyvo that I have the best ami lli corn livr forcvrrl All the it to her uncle and aunt. Dr. and at seven sents a pound. Percheron u well as the best drnft limping, tlu paint ttuft dart to your Hon. W. H. Shanks nnd Attorney Mrs. J. P. Riffe at Erlangcr. having to hrnrt'c J. S.Gilmer, near Morcland, sold to C. E. Tate, of Stanford, were in DanHerbert Chase left Saturday for a ,'or,'! in Lincoln. He weighed when wrnr core, ttio crurimion ofcorni. the bo OTrr icrrainlnR a Marion county rarty recently a ville Friday on business. Both of few days outing in the Windy City. fat' 20i0 pounds, which I believe to dnnirnrti'lilood polxm from nuking tbem dozen head of yearling steers at $50 these gentlemen formerly attended John Armstrong, colored, one of 'be the only ton horse in the county, tlenl by ulnir knltrt. mors and ctior t believe thnt there is any a head. negroes, who com- - ", tba new oroKonoat lutl "Oi:Th-tT"- l Centre College and have many friends the few Porter Sandidge, near Milledge-vill- who nre always pleased to see them. manded confidence and respect of all tner horse in the county which can wuy, tlio ur, ilmpl. pnluUi.t way. Try weigh n ton. Ho is a It for corns, ridlutii. wurU and bunlant. ' who knew him died last week. Within be made to sold to Will MtGirr, of the same Danville Advocate. "UKTH-IT- " l .old by druicrl'L every. hich is considered, with the section, 10 head of shoats which toa year five of Hustonville's honored Kfcy. 9 "hick, .to be the best color for Per-t- o wbcrv, TOa n bottlr, or cnt iK talled 1,910 pounds at seven cents a Ver- colored patriarchs have been gathered cherons, and he is n W1 IMmV imiu Editor Edgar Albright, of Mt. draft horse ill in.ll'HCUtlStanford nnd rcco Hnfekiii-- their fathers, nnd when Rico CAavil pound. was in Stanford late last week. Sold in W. Green Gooch sold to S.' H. non, and Willis Weatherford shall have every sense of the word, for I work ry- c best Baughman on Saturday 24 yearlings He says that the people in the moun- passen over tncir tribe will about be mm and he has proven what he can ns thf worlds Store. corn tains arc greatly interested in the extinct. John was long a trusted lo nnd ran do the hard work every Shugar's Drug for $G2G, or about $20 and a fraction routing of the Boone Way anil that day and is u true miller works to per head. big delegations will be at the meeting faithful servant of Uncle Sarti as mail anything you put him to. And us Local Qayt In Lexington Track Mr.t Mr. J. E. Bruce reminds us that carrier from Moreland. He had many at Crab Orchard next Friday. The Stun ford High School track friends whose hands instructively tip- far as his breeding, I have faith ah there were 10,200 calves on the New . ped their hats when they met. Alas I him. I have seen a good many of his team which acquitted itself very credYork market one day last week, colts in Ohio and they were good itably at Danville last week, considWhat a pity to kill the young things I Hon. C. C. Fox, candidate for the for the later generation. democratic nomination for circuit Barney Leigh has provided prodi- - 'ones.. 1 here are n few or his get that ering the youth and inexperience of when cattle are so scarce. for u'lirfnrpK of Fnlilni! Ilfimlti have come now nnd from mares that the entrants, will go to Lexington J. S. Gilmer, a well known farmer I judge, was in town Friday afternoon, o near Moreland brought a couple of j returning from a trip through the fraternity by erection of it spacious ' hred last year and considering the this week to take part in the scholastic tournament to be held nt over side walk mi norlh Ide mares, they hp xtni good. fine dog pups to tdwn Monday which southern end or the county. Me was i,r-- barter says his horse is tho; State University. In addition to tho he sold to Deputy Sheriff W. S. more than satisfied with conditions of street, with rows of comfortable' best nreeiicr in the county. 1 hat may nthlctic events, there will lie con seats.aboutucooIeroficc-wufcr.l- t Drye and to Circuit Clerk Marshall there in his race. l"- ,1"t ' would like to see it. proven tests in declamation for boys nnd remains for some rosouceful philnn- Newland at 50 cents a piece. Capt. B. F. Powell, of the Shelby thopist to suppress the storms of dust a,1d will say this, that I will breed girls, musical and other literary Owsley Ncvlar.d, this side of Row,1, hy Vnliuiro event. Amnnir the hiirh orhnnU und swarms of microbes, so aft beset- - ,an' rn"r" thnt "" land, sold u bunch of 15 hogs that City section, attended court hie for the first time in two years. ting to complete a haven without n II11'1 ' m' "ori"- -' ,lo"'t Bct n better which will be represented ns well ns averaged 180 pounds to Center 'colt, the season will not cost a cent. Stanford will be the following: StanBros., of Garrard, here Monday at He was given a warm reception at his want. N'ow a regards the breeding of ton, Springfield, West Point, St. Hel- headquarters in the Lincoln County Friends are soliciting pledges to n seven cetns a pound. G. A. Swincbroad bought of Henry National Bank. The captain has been nrnl.Til.ln n iwli.lnt.. nt i. r.,.r,.'..l.in.. my horse, ho is rOLMitercd and I hnvi- ens, .Maysville. hrlangcr, Lexington, Somer Murphy 13 head of mixed cattle at a sufferer from rheumatism for the nrimnrv. Would it not be a i?ood iden the papers and would bo glad to show llarrodsburg, for competing candidates to antici,i'nem to anyone that is interested. I set, Richmond, Ashlund. Ilcllcvun nnd S39 and of R. C. Arnold three head past five years. pate primary by canvnssig county und am "ot doing a great deal of adver-- 1 others. The entrants from Stanford of young cattle for $105. He bought retiring in fuvor of people's fuvorite? '"'ng becuuse the people nre u little (will be: Sam Kmbry, MM), 120- - yard F. F. Cummins writes from of various parties 25 stock hogs at to taking to the draft horse in high hurdle, 'JIM) ynrd low hurdles, G Fla., that he and his family Many delusive hopes would be cents. county relay; J. htnbry, 120 J. M. Roberts, of Pulaski, sold to will reach Kentucky next week and nelled. disamioinUnents and disaffec-- . ''"'coin tusiness at present, but'I am 14 10 yard dash,220 ne and can deliver the l yard dash und " yard hurdles, high erted. There would be less goods. Kavanaugh & Hudson here yesterday that hereafter he wants his I. J. to tions It. I BERRY jump, 20 yard dash, relay; W. twenty yearlings at $25; to John come out on Rural Route No. 4 from rancor of crimination and recrimmn ' lt Wood, mile, mile, relay; C. Hustonvillc, Ky Spoonamore a bull for $45; to Hill, Stanford. It is hoped that the clever tion of campaigning. E. Coleman. 100 yard dash, shot put, Mother's Day services ut the Chris- of Garrard, a steer and heifer for gentleman is coming back to Lincoln high jump, bioad jump, relay; Harry $80; to Day, of this county, six calves to make it the permanent home for tinn church were interesting and im Mm. Joe Munday Dead. Farmer, thnt put, high jump; Roit-pressive. hlonuent sermon sunnlehimself and family. at $13. Mrs. Mnry June Munday. wife of Hunn, shot nut, 440 dash; Stith Noe, menttfd with most nnnrnnrinl , mm.!,. . . Jones & Cress have bought about n mile, temper pole vnult: L Proctor, f 15,000 pounds of wool at 25 to 30 County Clerk Sid Douthitt,, of Crowded uuditorium was an inspira- - iJoe Munday, tho cents, some 1.500 lambs at seven and Henry county, who is a candidate for tion to the pastor und choir. Mrs. G 'ance lecturer, died in M. Louis yes- - relay; L. Warren, 440 yarjl and reC. Rif fe's solo was a revolution to tcrduv and the .body will nrrivo here lay. v seven and a half cents for June and the democratic nomination for d tonight. The burial will occur in July delivery and several commissioner in this district, muny of the uudience. Buffalo Cemetery tomorrow, but the Rev. Cummins, Whooping Cough. of Presbyterian or hogs at seven cents. '1 hey will ship was in town Monday and Tuesday, nuur nun not ueen iiecnieu on. ;..: .virs, "About a year ago my three boys the hogs this week. shaking hands with democrats and so- cnurcn nns taKcn rooms in town. i i u. ... .. - u UilUKIlllT ill uoflll UT- - had whooping cough nnd 1 found BcKee Riffe and wife and Francis .'luiiiiuj nun Jim loweil, the nonular and hust liciting votes in the August primary. ling young stock trader of the West He was brought over here by County Weatherford of your town, were with ry Miller and a cousin of Will, A. R. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the anil Sam Matheny. the anointed Sunday. The marriage .only one thnt would relieve their bought about 15,000 Clerk J. B. Nichols, of Boyle, and was End, has occurred while Mr. Munday wns aid ' coughing nnd ...I whooping spells. 1 con of wool from west end sheep the guest of W. C. Shanks while here. Counds James Maret Writea of Viiit Here. ing in u local option fight in this tinued this treatment nnd wus sur. so far this season, for the James Maret, The husband nnd xi'Vernl prised to find that it cured the diTennessee woolen mills. He has paid, A bunch of marauding dogs came .n.lflu " ...Hl.nu ..CI the "father of .. good ' county. citetriir.. , sease in a very short time," writes 1UIIUW III H, V....1..1.II an average of about 30 cents a pound near chasing a young calf belonging I"M3 "III" 3 fnlt....... I.. IHf fl. f'htl.lr.in ouivi.v. Vernon Signal: Mrs. Archie Dalrymple, Crooksville, iur ii. to W. B. McKinney, to death in the Ask for Votes Ask for Votes. The writer was the pleased guest Ohio. For hale by all dealers. Joseph Wieland, a r.rominent farm pasture back of his residence on er, of the Ottenheim section, says that Main street hist Saturday night. They of the Stanford Commercial Club Wednesday night and Thursday morn-- 1 his part of the county will in n short aiso nuggy pony ana while enjoy as luxuriant Blue Grass wouldworried nis oiu have run one of ing. vn auto trip tnui night with it undoubtedly the members wus as the 'lowland section. Mr. Wioland them to death had not Jack Rout number of on Boone Way made to Danville matters, says that this has been an unusually frightened them off. These canines where another live bunch was on good spring on grass and Blue Grass are undoubtedly getting in shape for after pastures and meadows are beginning u big sheep raid one of these fine hands to lookand talkthe comfort of yours tiuly over matters to make their appearance all about nights. nearest his heart. Thursday morning the Ottenheim section. This has a , the visitor was taken out, by auto tendency, he believes to greatly ensome of tho interesting News from Florida that hance the value of the land, and he Granvillecomes Lutes, who recently to visit points ns Hall's Gup, Ft. n E. is urging his neighbors and friends and Bright's Old Inn etc., in and moved from Lincoln county to Branto do everything in their power to don, Opens Sunday, May, 16, 1915 state, has been the victim about the city on the St. Asaph. We increaso the acreage of blue glass in of u that of bard luck. The citizens found both the Stanford and Danville bit their section. to be known as L'iiO.I. clnvir t...... of the Sunshine state do not seem to folks to be treated with pie and wide awake on the good roads I Bridge Over Cedar Creek Closed. have degiee thehospitality of that they topic. The bridge over Cedar Creek, on that in the Crub Orchard ami Stanford pike. usually manifest towardu strangersporKutiia't Wheat. i ceitain wil be closed from Monday, May 10th their midst, or at least One night reLust year Russiu ruiscd over 800,-- 1 tion of to June 20th, during which time it cently them did not. visitor culled at 000,000 bushels of whent, which wus i Capital Stock tin unwelcome will be replaced with a new que. Per- the homo of Mr. Lutes und family only exceeded by the crop in the ' Brotherly Love, Religious Education, Oppormission has been given to pass United Stutes. Ordinarily, Russiu every through the Garner premises und the und appropriated When hechicken that raises the largest wheat crop of any went out to they possessed. tunity and Enthusiasm creek can be forded by all clusses of feed the fowls the next morning, out countr" in the world, and her ex- -, ' vehicles. McKec Rlffe, Road n large flock of four J tne only ves- ports to foreign countries through of 37-3- t. for Lincoln County. tige remuining was the heud of one the Durdunelles total nearly 200,000.. lone rooster. Mr. Lutes has the sym- 000 bushels. So far this year no ship? been pathy of many friends back home in metits havestraits, made thtough these PUBLIC SALE FREE One Share to Each Member FREE whereas last year his loss. Many farmers from whom important over 176,000,000 million bushels Mr. Lutes has bought stock uround Opens 9:30 A. M. On SATURDAyTmAY 22. 1915 at here for many years, said Monday for passed through. Naturally with these 2 o'clock P. M I will offer my entire the I. J. to tell him through its col- conditions known to the grain trade, Come early and get your certificate. Under the stock of furniture for sale at public umns for him to come buck to "God's speculation has u spasm every time auction. Said stock is located at M. country" und they will certainly seo the news comes that the Dardanelles direction of B. Smith's place on the nike Just east that ho is not imposed upon that have been attacked and its forts of King's Mountain, Ky. Goods will wuy, unywuy. be sold, to the highest bidder without STANFORD CHRISTIAN CHURCH and CurtW Naylor. limit or reserve and may be inspectFined for Selling Liquor. Wesley Naylor and Miss Viola Cured before the sale. Teims of ounts SUNDAY SCHOOL Bill Lee and John Green, both col tis, both infants In the eyes of tho law under $5, cash; over $6 half casn, balance to uu secured by chat- ored, were given CO days in juil each were married at Blue Lick Saturday. D. M. WALKER, R. M. BLACKERBY tel mortgage on goods. Come to the yesterday for selling whisky, Le's The groom is 18 und Ms bride 16 and bale, buy goods, save money and let's rase dates back to December, but both are residents of the Turncrsville Pastor. Superintendent renew our acquaintance. Green's violation occuired Saturday section. The bride is a duughter of P. A. Curtis. A. II. LONG. nhht. Farm and Stock News Heard About Town Mrs. Swish! Corns Qom! j. I? ss c. w m w yes-terda- y. car-loa- .... ... i ... - '" V 'l t " 150-poun- 3-- 3-- corti-awrlll- , "ii. old-tim- e e, 'n V ' inter-portic- i - Kissi-mmc- e, 1- dis-ls,o- w ' MH-- tync-ha- lf - well-know- one-hal- rail-rou- car-loa- ii ,l.. L. Big Important News! al Lo-jja- Another Bank For Stanford. miL-lit- v Christian Bank & Trust Co. I er Divided Into Five Hundred Shares. " sale-Am- 4,