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No. 39 The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, May 14, 1915 have been 1.070 voles. The correction on this lias been made In today' issue. On the first three subscriptions old or new- - turned in before May 20, the contestant will receive three .Special Ballots, good for 20.000 extra votes each, in addition to tnc regular number of votes given. Any energetic enndidate can easily secure three subscriptions among their friends nnd nciuhhnrs in a short time and this will give them a splendid start In this big race. Who It Eligible. Any (white) person married or sin gle, of good repute, residing in this section of the stnto is eligible to par ticipate in the Dig travel Tour nnil Prize Contest. It is not necessary to be a subscriber of Tho Interior our-nin order to enter. How To Enter. In order to enter the contest, rll that is necessnrv is to cl'n, fill fn the nomination blank found in the paper with your name or that of a fr.ond and- bring, mail or send to the contest manager of the Interior Journal. Printed matter nnd full instructions will then be sent the prospective candidates as they desire. If you lack sufficient nomination blanks, simply write the names ami postoffice of the candidates on a white piece of paper, sign your name ami address at the bottom nnd scud to the Contest Manager of The Interior Journal. Names of those making nominations will tint be divulged under any circumstances. The Prizes. The prizes to be awarded in the Interior Journal's Big Travel Tour and Prize Contest, without.!! doubt, are the greatest list ever offered in a similar newspaper enterprise in thij state. Not content with giving value received in the news line, the Interior Journal developed a generous streak and decided to do something really handsome for the benefit of its rcadeis and friends, and incident-l- y prove a little sensation, which we nre fully convinced will develop into a big one before many weeks have nl FIRST SECTION Tuesdays and Fridays Clip Fill In the Nomination Blank Below and Nominate Your "Favorite" In the Big Race RIGHT NOW IS THE BEST TIME 10,000 GALLONS OF ROAD OIL 75.000 Volrt Free. TO ENTER THE BIG TRAVEL TOUR AND PRIZE CONTEST THE BIGGEST AND BEST VOTE OFrER OF THE CONTEST IS NOW IN rORCE AND YOU GET THREE TIMES THE USUAL NUM. HER OK VOTES ON HOTII OLD AND NEW SUBSCRIPTIONS TURNED IN BEFORE 9 P. M., JUNE 3RD. WITH JUST A LITTLE EFFORT SPENT E AMONG YOUR FRIENDS, YOU CAN WIN ONE OF THE VALUA-BL- PRIZES EASILY. SEND IN A NOMINATION TO-DA- IF YOUR NAME IS ON LIST, START OUT AMONG YOUR FRIENDS AND GET THEM PLEDGED TO YOUR SUPPORT, OR IF YOU HAVE BEEN THINKING OF ENTERING, SEND IN YOUR NOMINATION AT ONCE AND PRINTED MATTER INSTRUCTIONS WILL BE rULL AND SENT YOU HUNDREDS OF DOL. LARS IN PRIZES ARE JUST BEGGING FOR OWNERS in i a . While hundreds of our readers are ing the race or if your name is altaking R Brent interest in the contest ready on the list but you have not anil arc clipping the coupons from commenced your campaign, better do the paper for the different candidate;, so today. It costs nothing to enter only a few candidates lme yet made or try for the prizes it's just a question of spending a little of your a start in the big race anil the prires are Just going begging. spare time among your friends and by acquaintances in securing votes and With such great interest taken Now that the Best our subscribers in the big Rice, a subscriptions. cumlidate would linil it very easy to Vote Offer of the Contest is in force, get votes ntnl subscriptions if she your subscriptions will bring more than three times the usual number would not try. Moit any of our render.! would of votes .ind RIGHT NOW is the best glnilly give their votes and sultr.crip-tion- s time to Ket started. Conduct Your Campaign By Mail, for the asking. With surh splentenant so wishes he or If the did opportunity to win one of the valuable prizes, there is no need for she can conduct prnctically their any candidate to hesitate about en- their whole campnign for the prizes tering the big rnce. If a candidate by mail. The Contest .Mannger will shows any inclination to help herself, furnish contestants letters already she is sure to get a great many votes printed for this use. These letters tell that you are an active candidate and subscript ionti. The Interior Journal is now offer- and tell now your friends can assist you by subscribing or lencwing their ing you the grontest list of prizes over put on in any contest in this vi- subscription to the Interior .Journal. cinity and all the prijos are offered Let the contest manager know how under in out liberal conditions. Witli many letters you will want and he will the exception of the capital prue, send them to you at once. Also recompete ceipt books for vourself or frien Is only need contestants against those in their own district for who may wish to lielp you. an- - of the prizes. Ballot Box. A ballot box has been placed in the Prospective candidates should no', office of the Interior Journal where be f igntened at the long lis of no contestants and their friends may dehich appear in today's ) Only nliout four of these can- posit votes and nominations. Or the mio. didates have yet made a start and votes and nominations may be sent even if all the candidates did make an by mail to the Contest Manager. About the Contest. active rare, it would be better for Clip the coupons from the any one candidate for it would split up the vote total anil it would take paper and vote for your 'favorite," less votes for any one Cumlidate to i)r tnc tiest way to help your tuvor- candidate is to subscribe or win. Votes are Iitc your subscriptions. Best Vote-- Offer Start! Today. subscriptions and renewals. The contest bus been slow in starting and in order that new candidate!! given free on new subscriptions, may get a good Hart in the big race, (back subscriptions ami renewals. Votes are positively not transferwe have decided to put on the biggest and llest Vote Olfcr at once in- able. When a contestant drops out of t. stead of later ill the enntc.-.Those , the race, he or she loses all votes then whose names now appear on the list standing to his or her credit. Votes thinking of cannot lie bought. They must be and those who have been entering will fuul no better time to from the paper or secured on start their campaign than RIGHT subscriptions. NOW. Until further notice, no contest-!nWith the BIGGEST AND will be allowed to noil more than BEST VOTE OFFER OF THE CONTEST now in force you jjt mnr' than n RiiHicji'nt number of votes to place three times the usual number of his or her standing 10,000 in advance vote and with a very little effort of the leader of the preceding issue. you can eiisilv gain n leail in the big As many subscript inns as you wish may lie turned in and votes will be isrnce. Here fs the oiler below. . ur wig v ulrs. sued mid mailed back in the contestTriple votes will lie given on both ant. Let your friends know that you old and new subscriptions turned in before Thursday, June .'Ird. In ad- are in the rnce and they will be glad dition to this big vote inducement, we to help you when you show some inwill give 2,00(1 Extra Votes on every clination to help yourself. Prospective dollars' worth of new subscriptions should candidates turned in before Friday, .May 28th, write the contest manager that they at I) P. M. Read this over carefully wish to make an active rare and he for it is really two offers in one. The will send printed matter and full inschedule below includes all extra structions for conducting the camvotes. Subscriptions sent by mail will paign. be accepted and counted under this No better vote offer will be made big vote oirer if the envelope con- at any future time during the containing snmu is postmarked not Inter test so don't hold back subscriptions 1'. !.. May 28th. This gives with the expectation of getting a bigthan candidates living nt a distance an ger vote offer. eiunl chance with those living close Subsci iptions may be secured from to town. anyone, anywhere that the paper New Subscription. can be sent at the regular postal rate. 10 years 147,800 votes $10.00 Contestants are not "confined to their 8 years 103,200 votes 8.00 own distiict in securing subscrip0 years 09,400 votes 5.00 tions. years 04,800 votes Contestants should always ask their 4.00 .1 years 39,000 votes 3.00 subscribe! s whether they aro now tak2 years 25,000 votes 2.00 ing the paper and mark the receipt 1 year 12,200 votes 1.00 "old" or "new" before turning it inBack Subscription! and Renewals. to the olllce. 10 years When a subscription is new al the votes $10.00 8 years 42,!00 votes 8,00 lirst of the contest it will be consid5 years 2!i,ri00 votes fi.00 ered "new" all during the contest no 4 years 111,200 votes 1,00 matter how many different payments .1 years 1 1, 10(1 votes 3.G0 are made. In such a case the contest0,150(1 votes 2 years 2,00 ant should always mark such a subyear .1,(500 votes 1.0) scription "extended subset iption" beOur Guarantee fore turning same into the ollice. THIS BIG VOTE OFFER IS Where a paper is changed from one GUARANTEED TO BE THE BIG- member of a family to another, it is GEST AND BEST OF THE ENTIRE' not considered new and votes will be CONTEST. So turn in your issued as on an old subscription. ions as fast as you receive them. Address all votes, subscriptions, If you hold them back with the nominations, etc., to the Contest of securing bigger votes on Manager, care the Interior Journal, tium you will be disappointed. We Stanford, Ky. This guarantee that no better offer will attention to ail mail. insures prompt bo made during the contest. Through an error in setting up the Best Time To Start. type, the standing of one of the canIf you aro a pror,pketivu didates in the Inso issue was made to who has been thfakirg about enter read 10,750 votes, when it should vnl-uab- le 60-voi cli-IpI nt 11 1 1 sub-scriate y The prize list consists of a ExTour to the great Panama-Pacifi- c position under the personal dir ction of .Mr Daniel M. Bowmar, of Versailles, Ky.. or beautiful Lelniid piano to be purchased from Hamilton nnd Smith of this city, two tours to Niagara Falls, Detroit Buffalo and Toronto or two Tours to Atlantic City, the premier seashore resort of the world, and ten Trips to .Mammoth Cave, the great Wonder Cavern of the world. Without a doubt, this is the greatest list of prizes ever offered in a similar newspaper enterprise in t'lis section of the state. How Prizes Will Be Awarded There will lie 13 prizes awarded in The Interior Journal's big Travel Tour and Prize Contest and at least six prizes will be awarded to each district. The territory of the contest is divided into"'two districts and contestants need only compete against those in their own district for any of the district prizes. Under this liberal arrangement, all candidates have an equnl chance nnd .t makes the prizes very easy to win. The Capital Prize The contestant securing the greatest number of votes in the entire contest will be given the choice between Tour to the Panama-Pacifi- c a International Exposition nt San Franil cisco, California, or a beautiful Piano to be purchased from Hamilton & Smith. Thus a candidate who cannot take the trip, mny have the Lelniid Piano or if the winning candidate wishes, he or she mny take the splendid trip to the great Expos!-ti'-U- i. 23-da23-da- y Le-lan- passed. number of votes, according to the length of the subscription. Subscriptions should be sent, brought or mailed direct to the Contest Manager, who will issue tho vote ballots and send them back to the candidate. These ballots may be held as long as desired and voted at any time up to the last day of the contest. Candidates and their friends should also clip the coupon which appear in each issue of the paper ab they are good for 00 votes for the contestant whose name appears thereon. Division of Districts. The territory of the contest will be divided into two districts and there six prizes at least will be awarded to each district. Contestants are not confined to their own district in securing subscriptions but innv them from anyone, anywhere in the postal union. The districts are as follows: District No. 1. Includes all of Lincoln county. District No. 2. Includes the em-tor- y outsidu of Lincoln county. Moreland, Ky. Miss Lnura Sandidge Miss Minello Pruitt Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Mrs. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss DISTRICT NO. 1. . How Votet Are Secured. With every subscription to The Interior Journal (when it is asked for) is given a ballot good for a certain 1,000 2,570 Oneida Shewmaker Mary Hanson Virginia Dinwiddie Anna S. Reynolds Albert Moser Lydia Weddle Lucile Dinwiddle V20 .... 1,000 2,200 1,(150 Mable McClure.. . Olga Myers Iieno Morgan .. Ada Duilmiii McKinney, . Prudence Ferrell Ky. . 1,825 2,150 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,875 1,000 1,000 Miss Grace Jones Miss Mary D. Heck Mi.-- NOMINATE A CANDIDATE Nomination Blank Good For 1,000 Volet CONTEST DEPT., INTERIOR JOURNAL! I hereby nominate at a candidate in your Big Travel Tour and Prize Contetti NAME Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Stella Taylor I.innie Jones . Ruth Cockings Ruth Tanner Mury Lois Gann Lena Beck K-- 2,050 1,000 1,000 1,000 2,850 1,070 2,575 . y ... ... BY .. .- ...... --. Crab Orchard, Ky. Miss Torey Anderson, 2 2 Miss, Wadio Thompson, Miss Ella Itigsby. 2 Hen 1'. Howard l R-R-R-- pO NOMINATED Addrett Send necessary blanks and instructions. Note Only one nomination blank" will be accepted for any one candidate. The names of those making nomination! will not be Miss Mamie Holniau Miss Bessie Reynolds Mrs. Kutie King Cover, R. R. Huttonville, Ky. Miss Robeitu Illalu Miss Maggie Allen Mrss Murguorito McCormack Miss Annie Floyd Miss Nancy Weddle .. :. .. Miss Christine Lair Miss Beecher Nowbern Miss Nora Eads Mrs. Burdetto Powell 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 2,225 1,800 1,420 1,825 1,050 2,075 1,000 1,175 1,000 1,(120 1,950 1,300 Bought By City To Be Applied To Delegates From All Countiei Affected Main Thoroughfaret. Meeting At Crab Orchard To Ton thousand cnllons of rond oil Settle Big Question. for by tho City of were contracted Stanford this week from the Stand Five or six hundred representative ard Oil Company, which will bo applied to the principal streets of the city. citizens from nil this section of the The contract wns made with District Blue Grass nnd the Mountains arc Agent J. W. Sweeney, of Lancaster, meeting at Crab Orchard todny for who has ngreed to furnish the city for the purpose of finally settling the with n sprinkler to apply the oil. It official route of the Boone Way from is expected that it will bo here about the Cumberland Mountains to Louis the 20th and will be npplied at once ville. From as fnr ns Louisville they beunder the direction of tho Street Committee of the Council together gan passing through Stnnford this of the members morning en route to the cnpital of the with the East End, where all will be royally of the Woman's Club who nre responsible for this improvement to the entertained by Col. J. B. Willis and his staff at the famous Crab Orchard streets. It is nronosed w obtain heavy Springs hotel. Over 400 Boone Wny brooms and give the thorough Booster badges have been printed for street fares a good sweeping before the the delegates, and visitors, and one of Crushed rock will the biggest good roads meetings ever oil i applied. be put on in 11 number of pices where held in this or any other part of the the streets nre worn, before the oil is state is now under way. Much interest has been manifested npplied nnd everything possible will be done to put the streets in the best In all quarters in today's meeting for possible. shape the reason that a titantic struggle is Adopting the system which is gen- expected to develop over the final loerally employed by other cities where cating of the official route. Counties oil is nprdieil, it is probable that only In the Blue Grass section or at least half of a street will be oiled at lirst. a big majority of them arc dissatisso that travel will be discommoded as fied with the tentative selection of little as possible thd first few days of the route as made at the Mt. Vernon the oiling. It is said that n day or meeting n few weeks ngo, and two will usually suffice for the oil to a concerted effort on the part of'n soak in sufficiently 6r dry out enough large number of them is being made to make traveling aver the oiled sur- to annul the action taken there, and face without the discomfort of get- make a new selection, which shall be ting the oil splashed all over tires final, at the meeting todny. For this purpose. President Jnmes and vehicles. Ater the first day or two traveling on oiled surfaces is a Murct, of the Boone Way Association, pleasure compared to the usually requested the Commercial Clubs of all dusty thoroughfares. the counties affected and interested to have two delegates appointed to 1,420 the meeting today, who shall have Miss Malinda Nnvc 1,000 plenary powers in the matter of final Miss Sadie Baughn.-- n 1,120 settlement of the route. At a meetMiss Clara Nunnelley 1,000 ing of the Stanford Commercial Club Miss Florence North . 1,000 last week Messrs. J. S. Hocker and Miss Alice Gann . 1,500 Shelton Sauflcy were chosen as Lin Miss Ella Harnett .. . 1,000 coln county's delegates with Judge Miss Ella Rigncy 1,000 James 1'. Bailey and K. S. Alcorn as Mrs. T L. Carpenter 1,200 alternates. Mt. Mrs. Steve Walker Vernon meeting, the At the 1,720 .. Miss Martha Tucker . route for 1,800 ly agreed the Boone Way as tentativeMrs. John Turpin upon provided for the rout1,000 ing .Miss Cora Estes I Crab Orchard to of the road ..1,000 Stanford, thencefromLancaster, thence Miss Mcrtie G. Martin. Rto 1,000 to Danville, thence to Harrodsburg, Miss Gertie Elliott. R- -l Gilbert t Creek, Ky. Lawrenccburg and on to Louisville. ..1,070 There is no controversy over the Miss Emma Holtzclaw . 1,120 Miss Nell Hue! route from Cumberland Gap to Crab Preachertville, Ky. Orchard; it will follow the main piked l',07G Miss Ruby Cress roads through the mountain counties 1,000 which have recently voted rond bonds Miss Carrie Anderson . . 1,400 and will build the pikes. At Crab OrMrs. B. I. Hlankenship 2 . 1,750 chard the trouble begins, though Miss Jalia Brown, Kings Mountain, Ky. there is said to he a disposition on the 1,975 part of Madison county enthusiasts to Miss Grace Thompson .. . . 1,750 seek to have the official route divert Miss Ada Murphy 1,525 ed near Mt. Vernon to Hcrca, nnd on Miss Eva Leach . . . 1,000 to Richmond, thence to Lexincton. Miss Enid Flinn Hubble, Ky. This proposition, it is hardly believed, 1,525 will meet with much favor, however, Miss Susie Itnnkin 1,000 as the main pike to be built through Mrs. J. Lee Murphy StanCotfLKy. Kockcastle county, will not lead to 1,925 the Madison county line, and there is Miss Anna Lee Eubanks S, Ranev . . . 2,275 said to be no assurance of a pike Miss Martha 2,000 through the Berea section or Boones-for- o . .. Miss Ida Pettus 2,300 .. ... section, anyway. Miss Lyle Cooper 2,700 .. The good roads boosters of Garrard Mrs. Lucy Miller Hartley 2.850 county are understood to be making Miss Kittie Jones 2,020 a hard fight to have the route run Miss Elizabeth Holtzclaw 2,070 through Lancaster, but as the main Miss Elsie Coleman 2 920 Wilderness trail did not go through Mrs. Walter Jones 2i320 I.ancaster but came direct from Crab Miss Anna Chancellor 1,000 Orchard to Stanford, thence to DanWright Mrs. J. II. 2,100 ville and Harrodsburg, it is not beMiss Margaret Davison 2,070 lieved that the efforts of the Garrard Miss Elizabeth Stagg .1,200 county men will amount to much. Miss Gertrude Wilkinson It is expected that at the meeting 1,000 Miss Thelma Frances . . 1,000 today, efforts will be made in a conMiss Ethel Powell 1,850 ceited way by lepieseiiltilivea of u Miss Mary Walden Gooch . . 1,000 majority of the counties, to route Miss Mamie Singleton 1,000 the Boone Wny originally contemMiss Sallie Burdette 1.000 plated by .Iame Maret. the "father" Miss Ida Judd 1,000 of the entire movement nnd who are .. . Miss Sylvia Farmer l,(55u dissatisfied with the-- luuliii us made Miss Bertie McClure . . 1,950. at Mt. Vernon. The delegates from . Miss Josephine Brady 1,870 most of the counties involved are unMrs. Hugh Noe 1.150 derstood to be now committed to a Miss Roxie Jennings 1,000 selection which will locate the route Miss Jean Paxton 2,125 on to Stanford from Crab Orchard, .Miss Bessie Clay Farris 1,000 to Danville from Stanford, thence to Miss Bessie Peek. 5 2.050 Harrodsburg; then to Lexington over Miss Rachel Hill. 1,925 the old Shnkertown pike, renlete with Mis.s Cora Nunnelley 1,000 historic scenes; from Lexington to Miss Carrie Anderson, 1M Versailles, to Frankfort, 2.000 where Boone thence Miss Eva Rankin is buried; from Frank1.950 fort to Shelbyville Miss Fannie Scott Rand on to Louis2,000 ville. Miss Anna Mil burn 3 1,850 cally This route will cover prnctiMiss Oca Farmer 1,075 grass all of the section of the blue Miss Dollie Wilchcr region of Kentucky which has 1,000 ngui-eMiss Delia Lawrence, R 1 in historic song ami story and Goshen, Ky. will nfford an ideal highway for mo2,125 torists and others touring this state. Miss Ellen Scott Waynesburg, Ky. A big delegation of Stanford busi2,400 ness men nnd good roads boosters . . .. Miss Cora Singleton 1,950 went up to Crab Orchurd this mornMiss Mary Warriner 1,050 ing to look after Lincoln county's inMiss Edna Reynolds 1,450 terests. Largo delegations from other Miss Sosbia Muncie 1,000 counties also went through by overMiss Vesta Simms l Miss Selma Eubanks.R-- 1 . .. 1,000 land route nnd he jyntheiir.g today . .. 1,000 promises to be a potable one, and at Miss Lelin Gooch 1,000 the same time very interesting. Miss Mazie Braswcll R- -l . . 1,000 Miss Eva Horton l At the conclusion of (ho Boone 3 1,000 Way business, it is expected that conBlackciby Miss Margie 2 DISTRICT NO. siderable discussion will be had in Lancaster, Ky. to the routing of the Dixie 1,825 Highway through Miss Elsie Morris, R. R. the Blue Grass 2 225 section. Miss Kathleen Walter !!975 Miss Florence Dawes 2,550 Miss Ella Henry The delegation from Lawrenceburg 2,750 to the Boone Way meeting at Crab Miss Stella Couley 1,275 Orchard was headed by Editor J. M. Lillie May Sutton 1,850 Alverson and Tom Bond, who went Martha Tinder 1,000 through here Thursday afternoon, in Miss Lillie Jones 1,450 an auto with big streamers on the Miss Kate Hamm R1,970 sido rending Wilkinson Boone Miss Willie 1,000 Way." Mr. Alverson said that 20 . .. Miss Lena Schoolar, R.1,000 more auto loads of boosters would be Mrs. Stella Pet kins Mis.s Katie Barnes Dickerson. .1,000 through Stanford today on their way 1,000 to Crab Orchaul. Going some. Miss Cora Pei kins .1,000 Miss Fayo Acton Don't Be a "Grouch." 1,000 Miss Bessie Prather Many persons acquire a reputation Coy. Ky. Miss Peachie M. Sanders . .. 1,000 for crankiness nnd groucbiuess when ' Paint Lick, Ky. their dispositions are not to blame. 1,950 Peevishness, jtritation, morbidness, Miss Lulu MeWhorter 2,175 biliousness, melancholia most often Miss Docia Metcalf are the result of Impaired indigestion Brodhead, Ky, liver. Foley Cathartic Tab2,250 and torpid you light, cheerful and enMiss Judith McCall make 1.100 lets Miss Ada Ward everywhere. 1,(500 ergetic, Sild Miss Etta Sowder 1,325 Miss Rica Brooks Shelby City, Ky 1,875 Mis Etta Cnblo 2,800 .1,000 Miss Lucille Crow Mrs. A. M. Hiatt 1,420 Miss Agnes McCord Danville, Ky. 1,(550 Miss Emily Murphy 2,000 Miss Elizabeth Dye Liberty, Ky. 1,950 Miss Mossio Bell Miss Esther Prewitt 1,'500 2,970 Miss Gertrude Cundiff Miss Ora Guthrie 1,825 1,000 Miss Bernice Coughlin Bud, Ky. 1,000 Miss Lennie Burton Miss Joyco Taylor 1,000 Yoiemite, Ky. Junction Cit, Ky. 1,000 .. . 1,500 Miss Ruby Leo Fogle Miss Bessie Wright 1,000 Miss Gertrude Richardson . . 1,820 Misi Sally Estes 1,000 2,075 Miss Guy Jones Miss Lucy Hankla 1,000 1.G0O Misa Anita Wells Miss Mary Steele 1,000 1,126 Miss Evelyn Cash Miss Ireno Lyons Middlebura-- . Ky. . Mrs. Kmsey Clark . l.'JJfi .. 1,000 Miss Sallie Caddis I.S53 "iiKI Ruth Dyo 1,000 -- .. Miss Edna Steele 1,400 Stolla Jones R--l R-R-R--l R-R-R-R-rd -l -l . BOONE WAY ROUTE TO BE FINALLY CHOSEN TODAY BUILDING CHARLEY REIO CONVICTED MAGNIFICENT FARM RESIDENCE INUNCLE SAM'S COURT On Site of "Old Bright Inn" To Be A West End Man Found Guilty of Bootlegging By Jury At London Combination of Brick and Stone) Modern in Every Way. Brother Alio Convicted. Mr. W. M. Bright, cashier of the Lincoln County Nntlonal Bark, who some weeks ago sold his roidcnco on Danville street to Mr. J. B. Paxton, has begun the erection of a handsome home on the site of the "Old Bright Inn," as it wns known in olden days. In 1891 Mr. Hricht bought the place of his father, Mr. John Bright, Sr., or who owned it for twenty-fiv- e thirty years and which has been in the Bright fnmily for over 100 years. Tho front or log part of the old building wns torn down but the portion built of stone wns permitted to stand end it will be n part of tho new home, which Mr. Bright says will be as near his idea of n farm house ns he tould suggest. So it will be seen that the building will be n combination of brick nnd stone. There will be some eight or ten rooms nnd the home will have every modrcn equipment possible. The two big stone chimneys will be used neither of which will be enclosed. Tho well-know- 'Milledgeville, this county, guilty of selling whisky without a government license nnd he will be formnllly sentenced by Judge Cochran on the last iduy of the court term. A great deal of Interest has been manifested in this case, as Reid has 'been operating nt Milledgeville for several years and all efforts on the part of the citizens of that section to isecuro his conviction in tho local courts have proven n failure. Not until the strong nrm of Uncle Sam reached in and took a hand, were the efforts to secure evidence ngninst I him successful. Deputy Collector Rowan Sauflcy, of Stanford nnd Deputy U. S. Marshal, Charles A. Winfrey, of Somerset, worked up against Rcid, nnd arrested him after they had secured evidence which they believed would stand tho test in the courts. Hcid was repre architects are Meyers & Brenner, cf sented by J. W. Rnvvlings. He is said at Louisville, and Mr. J. T. Blnnkenship, to have made considerable money aln constructor, of this his place in Milledgeville nnd has the had good city, is enrrying out the plans, which waysinto tangles backing whenever ho with the lnvv. will make Mr. Bright one of the very got Rcid's case was called best farm homes in Lincc'.n or any of early Wednesday morning for trial and the the adjoining counties. Mr. Blanken-shi- p first witness for tho government wns expects to complete his contract Marshal Winfrey, who told of going by September or October, however, to Jlr. Bright does not have to vacate his with Deputy Collector Saufley on Reid's place and arresting him present abode until Jan, 1st. Mnrch 1(5. Mr. Winfrey stated that he found nine quart bottles of whisky Locals in Two Ball Games. unopened and one quart about half of The Stanford High School base which was iionc. A small glass, such ball team was defeated at Huston- - as is used in saloons was found on ville enrlv in the week, hard hitting the counter. . .11(1 -. 1... iu. it i... nn.i lulls IJJ UlC IVUSl t...i i.i 111 nil ni'iuiiu Deputy Saufley followed Mr. Win inning doing the business, thirteen frey nnd stated in substance what men coming to bat in that frame. Winfrey had told. He also told the Hicks held the visitors to only three jury of having made monthly visits hits. Stagg's homer was a feature of to Reid's place, as the government rethe (fame. Hustonville plays Lan quires, and of having on nearly every caster this week. If the West End occasion found whisky in Rcid's lads will send in a real box score of place. their games, the I. J. will gladly pubCharles McKee, a detective, testilish it for them and any other teams fied that on Monday night, March 15. in this part of the 'state. The game he in company with Otto Myers, went between Stanford nnd Eubank last to Rcid's place and thnt he (McKee) Saturday ended in a disagreement. bought a pint of whisky from Reid According to the report of those who about 0:30 and later went with Mr. were there, the score was a tie when Winfrey and boueht another. The fol it came to the tenth inning, and a lowing morning Deputy Collector visiting player batted out of order. Saufley and Deputy Winfrey arrested Under the rules, he was of course out. Rcid. but the informant says the visReid then took the stand and swore itors claimed that as the tenth in- that he had not only not sold McKee ning began a new game, the batting any whisky, but that he never had order could be changed sif desired. sold whisky nt all. He denied that he Of course, there is no merit whatever had been convicted on any charge in in such a contention, under the rules the state courts, but District Attorof base ball, but the I. J. states the ney Slattery got him so tangled that ense simply as it got it by hearsay. he finally admitted he had paid a fine in the Stanford court, but claimed it NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. who had been his was for a negro adRev. D. M. Walker will preach at friend. Reid, on Kinir's Mountain Christian church, mitted that he had been caught in Sundny afternoon at three o'clock. Danville with 30 gallons of whisky in Services at the Baptist church Sun a wagon, but said tnat ne uiu not day, May 10: Sunday school at 9:30 know whether he was fined on that a.m, preaching at 11 a. m., subject occasion for having the whisky, or for 7:30 p. m. Evan- enrrying a pistol. "To Die Is gelistic services. A cordial invitation liooker ueid, a liveryman, 01 uan-villswore that the reputation of is extended to nil. On Sunday evening nt (5:40 at the Charles McKee. the detective, was not Christian church. Miss Ida Judd will very sood for truth, but Chief of Po give echoes from the State Conven lice Thurmond contradicted mm on tion thnt was held at Berea last week. the point. Reid introduced another witness to This promises to be an interesting meeting and all memoes are urged Crove the bad reputation of McKee, district attorney finally exto come and everybody is invited. At the Presbyterian church ser- tracted from him that lie had been vices on Sunady. May 10th: Sunday promised something from Reid for School at 9:30, Morning Worship at swearing as he did. The witness was Subject "He Knows." pressed hard by the district attorney 11 o'clock; Brotherhood aim Missions Class at nnd finally said Rcid was to move his three o'clock. Evening Worship nt household sroods from Danville to Casey county. 's 7:30. Subject. How About John Dinwiddie and Dr. Lee Pipes, Vow?" Sunday, May 10 is to bo made one of Moreland, testified that Reid's of the greatest days in the history of character was not good. Deputy Colthe Stanford Christian Bible School. lector Saufley was recalled to the We are endeavoring to have five hun- stand on the question of Reid's chardred present. The highest figure acter and stated that it was had. At ever reached was 307. Come and torney Rawiings who was defending help us with your presence and coun- Reid, asked him who he had heard and Mr. cil. We will have a discussion ser- 'discuss Reid's character vice jjust after the Sunday school. Sauflcy gave him a list of perhaps 25 Preaching at 10:10 a. m C. E. Meet- of the best citizens in the West End ing, (5.45 p. m Preaching and baptis- .of Lincoln, ndding as he left the stand tjiat the list was only the first chapter mal service at 7:30 p. m. The First Baptist church al I.uxinu'-to- n and that if the attorney desired furDr. J. W. Porter's church, will ther evidence he could produce the be dedicated on June 13th. The edi- second chapter as he had had com- fice is a magnificent one, costing over plaints about Reid off nnd on since nnd covering almost a he had been a revenue officer $100,000 The case was then given to the jury square in the heart of the Blue Grass capital. Dr. Lansin Burrows, a for- nnd in about 15 minutes it returned mer pastor now holding a pastorate a verdict of guilty. Judge Cochran in Atlanta, will deliver the dedicatory will sentence Reid beforo court adsermon nnd the evening address will journs nnd it is believed he will go to by Dr. Preston Blake, of the penitentiary. be given The case of Matt Reid, a brother of Birmingham, also a former pastor. Dr. E. L. Powell, of Louisville, will Charley, was called and luti Wednesday evening the jury found him guilty conduct the missionary service. selling whisky uoyia county. The District Convention of the of The jury whichin tried Otto Myers, Christian Churches in Madison, Gar- I who was indicted for perjury in the rard, Pulaski and Lincoln counties, Charly Reid could not agree. will be held in the Stanford Chris- I case of By Chuilo Reid, tian church Friday, May 21. Abund- ,vvho isthe conviction ofbackbone cf ilsaid to be ant enteitainment will be provided. licit liquor traffic the tho Drains of and It is hoped that every Sunday school the "Blind Tiger" operators n West in the district will send at least two Lincoln and Junction City, the governdelegutes and more if possible. As ment officers beli'jva that the la.v president of the Sunday School labidintr people tedious will workers of Lincoln county, I am es- fhava reason to of thosemore security rest in pecially anxious that every school in land the good name of those commu-IniKthis county bo represented. Elect will not longei be brought ,tiic your delegates Sunday. D. M. Walk- disrepute, by havinar it said that what er, County President. has been termed as almost "an open saloon" was running In their midst. Compton Royalty. Carlos Compton and Miss Fannie Gov. McCreary has appointed J. A. Royalty, popular young people of Illiggins, of Richmond, State InspeYosemite, eloped to Chattanooga, and ctor of Public Roads. Mr. Iliggins Is were mnrried. The bride is a relative In half btulher of W. II. Iliggins, of of Mr. McD. Royalty, of this city. this city. e, Jeph-thathI A lurv In the federal court at Lon don Monday found Chnrley Rcid, of lll li ot THE INTERIOR JOURNAL'S TRAVEL TOUR AND PRIZE CONTEST This Ballot Must Be Voted on or Good for 50 Votes FOR Addreit . Before May 28th ..DISTRICT No.. i This Coupon, when neatly cut out and brought or mailed to the Contett Department of the Interior Journal will count for the perton whose name it written thereon. Contestants should clip and tave the coupont and get their friends to do likewise. (Not good after the dte above mentioned.) M WWWH Hi HT II- W- ! J The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, May 14, 1915 CONDENSED REPORT To the Comptroller of the Currency by the LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK : May I st, 9 5 : Stanford, Ky 1 1 RESOURCES $323,597.40 137,650.00 10,750.00 Banking House Cash and Due from Banks 36,382.43 Loans Bonds and Stocks Total :. $508,379.83 LIABILITIES Capital, Surplus, Profits $206,099.79 98,000.00 Circulation 184,280.04 Deposits 20,000.00 Bills Payable Total $508,379.83 "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE" H. &W. Pure Prepared Paint "The Brand that Satisfies" CJHas been sold in your community for pas! ten years. Ask your dealer for names of users. tJThen insped that property and inquire of the owner. jJThat is the beit way to safeguard your interest. best advertisement. Cfl That's ? H. & W. High grade Paints have the analysis label on each can. Demand and accept no brand of Paint that does not show analysis of its contents. : : : : SHUGARS' DRUG STORE, STANFORD, KY. JkT Good Cement Never Fails You sometimes hear of concrete jobs that fail because either the cement is poor, or the concrete is improperly mixed. LEHIGH CEMENT PORTLAND If properly mixed, never fails, because In its manufacture it is ground so fine that it has tbo most perfect binding power. It will always give you satisfaction and uniform results. Let ua furnish you Lehigh on your nest job. PHILLIPS BROTHERS (b) STANFORD, KY. B. W. LEIGH. HUSTONVILLE, KY. Ma- Full Stock of Groceries, Crown Gasoline, chine Oils, Etc. Get my Prices. They will surprise you. Highest Market Price Paid For Country Produce Of All Kinds. Fresh Vegetables Always on Hand. Get Them in Three Times Each Week. Best of Fruits of Various Kinds. Call and Get Some. Your Child' Cough U a Call for H.lp Don't nut off treating your Child's Cough. It not only saps their strength hut often lends to more serious nil WALTON & SAUFLEY ments. Why risk? You don't have to. Editors nml Managers. Dr. King s New Discovery is just the remedy your Child needs. It is made II A TEAU (JTMCTLT IN ADVANCE with soothing, healing nnd antiseptic balsams. Will quickly check tho Cold ptiittlfif t Sfnftti Knltrtd ( l nnd soothe your Child's Cough nwny. uteri rl.tt mtil matltr. No odds how bad the Cough or how , long standing. Dr. King's New DisPOLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS covery will stop it. It's cunrantced. The Interior Journnl In authorized Just get a bottle from your Druggist to nnnouncc the following candidates and try it. for office, subject to the Democratic KIDD'S STORE. primary, August 7th, 19 1C. Mnvor Ponnlcwcll is off on his nn- Far Circuit Judge nun) outing with kin and friends in C. A. HARDIN, of Mercer county. Russell and Wayne courftios. CIIAS. C. FOX,, of Boyle county. Now that the drouth is no longer For Commonwealth' Attorney the theme of grouchcrs. nnd their ravnges nre dominant wnil. E. V. rURYEAR, of Boyle county. R. W. KEENON, of Mercer county. The lending business men of the S. OWSLEY, Jr., Lincoln county. city lately determined on n enmping-ou- t J. rccrention nnd with comprehen For Railroad Commioioner fishoutfit wagoned to a WM. F. KLAIR, of Fnyettc county. sive point on (ircen llivcr favorite ing for n night's J. E. NEWMAN, of Nelson county. sport. Other fellows had preceded, deFor Circuit Clerk pleted the stream nnd the snortsmen found only plenty clenr wnter nnd IESSE D. WEARBN. crisp nlr to reward the excursion. MARSHALL C. NEWLAND Tonsilitis has been endemis here For Representative in Legislature for two weeks. A tot whose mother W. G. GOOCIL nnd grandmother were nllficted when asked why she didn't have it The sympathy of his wide circle of answered "I don't get close to friends, including his brother news- them." papermen, goes out to Editor Harry Eight couples stormed Archie ll Giovnnnoli, of the Lexington Leader, on his birthday. A supply of ioss of his wife, who died Tucs-dn- y est brand of Douches was chosen for in the evening nftcr a protrntccd ill- the feast and the pench-sutinwill ness. Deceased was Mis Carrie long bo a refreshing memory of all daughter of the late ReV. Rob- participants. ert Kinniard, of Danville, nnd was an d Candidates arc thick ns exceptionally fine woman. Mr. blooms, nnd the dear voter's predicwas married to her October, tions nre the problems patriots anxi1898, and their married life was an ous to sacrifice themselves to public ideal one. The three children born to service nnd arc wrestling them, Leonard, Robert Kinniard and with. Kntherine are left with Mr. GiovnnnoA preacher proposes to temporarily li to feel the loss of n saintly mother transport his pric dicu to an aisle of nnd wife. May n merciful God give the Lower House at Frankfort and them strength to bear their loss and wrestle with the Lord in prayer for see the ways of His inscrutable wis just legislation as Jacob did for the dom. blessing on n night famous in history. His young adversaries IncK in experiOver 130,000 acres of land in the ence and pull such ns he can bring to United States is devoted to golf bear in petitions. Encroachment on roads by fences courses. These ISO, 000 ncres are with few exceptions close to some hai, passed the limit and decree of town or large city nnd are all the cen- restitution by removal to n legal ter of populnr residence neighbor- width of highways will provoke nnn- hoods. The moment n section of lnnd themns nnd gnashing ot teeth. An incident of juvenile resignation is staked off for a golf course, adis inspiring joining lots all take on greatly in- nnd cheerful creased value. For the 100 acres to optimists who have not abandoned necessary for the golf club, of course. hone of the "Goodtime Cominc" nnd widely different prices nre charged, still pray that Abou Hen Adhem's but it is safe to say that the average tribe will increase. A quartet of little acre on a golf course is worth $(i00. brothers and cousins hurried jovouMy This means n matter of $78,000,000 to the circus ticket tent to learn that worth of real estate tied up in golf, they had only half enough money to buy the ticKets. the larger generously and another tied up in clubhouses. proffered their quarters to the refused benefit The last net of Alfred G. Vander-bil- t, er, who spiritedlythe others to and the was by sacrifice of the young it docs that of a hero. He could have saved bunch retreated in n body. Iffor boys approximate the divine himself from a watery grave when the not resignedly forego a circus, please to Lusitania went down, but he pre- suggest a species of martyrdom which ferred to aid in nrwservine: the lives of the helpless women and children offers a better test. and his life paid the forfeit. "Come Danger to Children. on and let s save the kiddies, he said from Serious illnesses to the men who were crowding the lingering coughs andoften cuit. hacklife boats, forgetful of the fate of ing and coughing andcolds. The sleep disturbed the weaker ones. These words will body rinir in the cars of those who heard rack a child'ssystem, and the poisons so that disease them and were permitted to tell the weakens the story, as they and all others regret cannot be thrown off. Foley's Honey has that such a man was not saved for and Tnr Compound threeeased coughs, generations; olds and croup for further usefulness. use and quick to net. There is safe to When asked for expression on the no better medicine for croup, coughs nnd colds, bold everywhere. sinking of the Lusitania, Taft said: "I prefer not to embarass The Interstate Commerce Commis the President or the administration by discussion of the Lusitania disaster sion decided that railroads cannot au their at this stage of information, except tomaticallyperincrease because freight cent, of the to express confidence that Mr. Wilson rates 10 will follow a wise and patriotic Cummins amendment to the rate law. course, uig words from a big man. WAYNESBURG. It is refreshing to know that at least Rev. J. 15. Jones filled his appointone individual can rise above politi cal rancor and political disappoint ment, here Saturday p. m., and Sunment nnd be n man under any and all day morning and evening. Misses Jennie and Lvdia Robinson circumstances. of Pilot, attended church here Sun Frank Leslie Russell, a succcsful day. H. Singleton Is on the Mrs. young attorney and a democrat m sick list.II. whom there is no semblance of guile. Mr. Hunn had a valuable cow to has announced for Representative of die a few days ago. county. A hard worker for Madison e Mrs. M. F. Padgett visited in his party, a sober, capable and gen Hill last week. teel gentleman, the voters of Madison S. Owsley, of Stanford, Hon. county would do the right thing by was hereJ.Saturday. themselves and Mr. Russell by giving Miss Grace Wall of Pleasant Point him a trial in the Legislative halls of is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Mattie the btate capitol. Gooch. Mr. Claud Singleton, who has been It strikes us that if those clever in Arizona for the last three years, newsnaner men who are nuttinc in came home lust week and is visiting their time and giving space to the his sister, Mrs. Mattie Gooch. happenings of twenty or twenty-fiv- e Mr. M. G. Toms will soon have his years ago would use n little more saw-miready for work. in giving in their columns things Rev. J. H. Jones will conduct decothat are happening now, their efforts ration services at the Wayncsburg would be far more pleasing to their cemetery, Saturday, May 29, at 2 p. patrons. "Let the dead past bury the m. dead," is a pretty good motto when Children's Day will be observed news is taken into consideration. at the church here June 13th. An interesting program is being preparThe fellows who attempted to hold ed and all are cordially invited. up and rob Rev. J. M. Shouse as he Misses Selma and Zona Eubnnk was returning from prayer meeting visitcd their cousin, Miss Anna Padin Danville are too shy on judgment gett and attended church Saturday. to loilow the business, lhe nvernge Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Morgan, Messrs. preacher has little money any time Keith and Walter Padgett motored and none on prayer meeting night, to Pilate Sunday and attended Sunwhen no collections nre taken. day school. Miss Evelyn Ellison of Pilate, is "Fate played Roosevelt a dirtv visiting her aunt, Mrs. A. B. Morgan. trick when, lust as he was beginning Mrs. T. C. Morgan and grandto ooze back into the limelight, the daughter, Marcie Reynolds, nre visLusitania went down nnd washed the iting her brother, I. C. Singleton. noisy one clear off the front naire." Just exactly whnt we hud intended The aid of the children in the saying, but bnoch urehan, the bril- Methodist Church is to be enlisted in liant paragraphcr of the Lexington the campaign to raise $10,000,000 for Herald, beat us to it. the support of ministers, their widows and orphans. Dallas. Texas, has cone ahead nrJ built a $075,000 jail as if it expected Kidney Trouble Often Cauei that this good country would never go and Heart Trouble. dry. Hut seriously, what can u city of Two years ago I was run Dallas' size expect to do with a bastile down, not able to do any badly sufwork; of such dimensions? Evidently there fered from nervouness, heart trou is no such thing as hard times in that ble, kidneys and bladd r in bad Section of the Lone Star State. shape; no appetite, unable to do any work; nnd since using six bottles of is a soft drink only un- Dr. Kilmer b Swamp-Roo- t, That cider I feel fine: til jt becomes three weeks old, is u sm in excellent health and ran do decision of the West Virginia Pro- most any kind of light work. Since hibition Commission. Poor old toper using the Swamp-Roo- t I have been re in those diggings. His cider was lieved of all the above troubles. 1 about all he had left to have a time cheerfully give the above testimony, on. and hope others may be benefited. Very truly yours, Over $120,000000 is invested in J. L. DICKSON, moving picture houses in this counWestminister, S. C. try, nnd during last year 275,000,-00- 0 Sworn to before me. was paid for admissions to them. S. L. BROWNLEE, May be the "movies" are to blame Justice of the Peace. for these hard times we read about. Letter to If Stanford Bets her dues today she Dr. Kilmer & Co., will have the great Hoone Way. Uinghamton, IX. T. The Interior Journal ' SUIT THE BOYS BOYS OF TODAY arc the men of Start the boy in the way he should go teach him early to choose for himself teach him economy, but teach him that the best is the cheapest teach him that cheap, shoddy clothes are the highest and most unsatisfactory of all teach him to buy good material, Send him to us for his clothes. We can fit him in any size, 5 to 8 years in plain or Norfolk coats in the new small checks or shepherd plaids the ever good and always stylish blue serges brown and grey mixtures. Prices $2.50 to $7.50 well-made. 1 K i cut-wor- I'op-lcwc- Kin-nnir- d, dog-woo- 1 YTRAGOOn Cio-vann- pic-slici- BRING THE BOY IN WE WILL SUIT HIM McROBERTS & BAILEY MAIN STREET GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Contributions, of tho Methodist Episcopal Church (South) for mission work last year iimounted to Loss from the storm in Christian county on Thursday night is placed at $50,000. Ri'ftisitiir to vote its "implicit con fidence" in all the activities of the n League the Kentucky Southern Methodist Conference, in indorsed its session in Louisville, "temperance work." The Tennessee Senate virtually killed the Workmen's Compensation Act by refusing to set the bill for special action. Damage from forest fires in Kentucky this spring, according to a statement of State Forester Ilnrton was only n trifle short of $00,000. Insane from financial worry caused Mrs. Lent Murphy to behead her child with an ax. The Charles R. Hemphill fund for the endowment of the Presbyterian Theolftgical Seminary has reached a total of $23,324, yesterday's contributions totaling $10,72 1.50. Mayor Cassidy, of Lexington, says $5G,000 worth of delinquent tax bills are missing from the office of the Collector of Delinquent Taxes. He says he will call upon the City to take steps to find them. Changes in the faculty of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, at Louisville, were announced nt the meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention. A fund of $1,000,-00- 0 for new buildings will be raised. Anti-Saloofour-Icar-o- ld Com-misi- STANFORD, KENTUCKY TOR THE TIRED. RUNDOWN AND OVERWORKED self-deni- PERSON There are certain times of the year when everyone l more or less put out of condition nnd wc recomREX ALL mend CELERY AND IRON TONIC This invnluuble nerve builder vv ill aid in restoring nil the organs of the body to n healthy state, toning up nnd invigorating the system, and giving new energy to the spirits. Will not durante the tonmcli. Your money bnck if not satisfied. $1.00 the Bottle. Sold Only Uy U. Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, THE REXALL STORE THE MOST Ky. ATTRACTIVE LINE OF SILKS, CREPES, CREPE DECHENE, SILK AND WOOL POPLINS. IN CRAB SHOES AND OXFORDS, SILK HOSE EVER SHOWN ORCHARD. COME TO SEE FOR YOURSELF. : L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. i I Here's What You Want The People's tise What Matket Place Adver- Ynu Have to Sell Sci-euc- Graduating Pretenlt at Mueller' t Jewelry Store, Stanford. Silos of the Saginaw make, the best made, for sale by J. L. lienzley 38-- 3 T. D. NEWLAND Opposite the Court-Hom- e, nnd Co. Wants to Sell You a W. J. Oliver j cn-dr- Ten young cows with i calves by ?i..-- e vr i. t i i 388tf. No. 2. .! ll Would like GRASS FOR RENT to nave uuoui iiiiet-- neaii in l.uiic to grm'e through tho summer. Ray 38-- 2 Ball, Stanford, Route 2 Plow. A Plow that is O. K. Also Your Good Fresh Garden Seed. . GENUINE German Millet Seed for sale by the Junction City Lumber) Co., (Incorporated), ot Junction City, Ky. 37-- 0. Go To Farris' For Your WANTED Two salesmen to carry our line of oils, gi eases and paints. Exnerience unnecessary. Our men nre paid the best. Great Lakes Re-- 1 jyi-- p fining to., Cleveland, unio. s, TRUSTEES who wont a experienced teacher should Highphone Miss Funnic Young at land or write her at Waynesburg, R. F. I). No. 1. Will give reference if 38-wanted. first-clas5 Garden Tools and Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right. Ner-voum- FOR SALE. Fine ripe canned peaches; put up nt the orchard and fine in every way; cans full and only select fruit used; have given satisfaction wherever used. $1.50 per dozen, f. o . b. King's Mountain. Address L. B. Lee, Waynesburg, Ky.7-3- p DR. J. G. CARPENTER Office i Liucoin County National lianK Building Eye, nose, throat, ear. Gen-et- Protect Your Crops WIITH A GOOD STRONG FENCE WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CAR LOAD AMERICAN FENCE the best and cheapett. urinary, rectal, pelic diseases, surgery, consultations. Eyes skillfully tested, glasses scientifically prescib-elC-3- d. A. S. PRICE DENTIST Drug Store Hour, Office 8 to 4 o'clock W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard - Over Shugar'a Kentucky Cood Farm at a Bargain. I will sell my home furm of 230 acres at a burgain if taken in the next 30 days. This is it great opportunity for some ono R. II. Crab Orchard, Ky. 33tf J. C. M'Clary Bro-nnug- h, j m ,jp t HARRY JACOBS Manifn'turcrs nnd Dealers in h I E. B. J-- Campbell, Stanford. J. print your horse and jack cards. High Class Monuments. Original Deiignt and Prompt Service Guaranteed Quality Connection! at all Granite and Marble Quarries. Office and Worki on Cemetery Hill. phone 164 Cloted on Saturdays KENTUCKY i STANFORD et the I. Swamp. Root Will Do For You Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binirhamton. N. Y. for a sample size bottle. It will convince anyone. You will uWo receive a booklet of valuable information, telling about the kidneys nnd bladder. When writing, bo sure nnd mention the Stan-for- d Interior Journnl. Regular fifty r size bottles for cent nnd 30-sale at nil drug sores. Prove What one-dolla4. MM X J. L. Beazley & Co., Oil, Oil, Attention Farmers. I can save you money, can fill your barrel, or sell you u No. 1, steel barrel with faucet, 50 gallon enpacity, at n low figure, nnd fill same with the best oil nt low prices, saving you from $1 to $2. AND EMIALMEi If you cannot make arrangements UNDERTAKER through your merchant, cnll or phone Office Phone 167. Heme Phene Standard Oil Agent, J. W. SWEEN-ESTANFORD, KENTUCKY. 30 Lancaster, Ky. Phone 152. LkMMWl, U y J r $jJg.gsf Vt3 v fci I UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Furniture llattlna, Ruqs. Furnl lure Exchanged fer all Kindt Of Stick. , PHONE 42 STANFORD. KY. w i k riser ' .' ... aM, 'l aWaaaBUatiHaBBMBBVMZiarjBlatBMlkaalaH l.-- "' ,'t'll Eight Pages Today Established 860. 56th Year. 1 The Interior Journal No. 39 3 SECOND SECTION Tuesdays and Fridays Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, May 14, 1915 m i. The DANVILLE, KENTUCKY v H . n Hub The DANVILLE, KENTUCKY Hub VI THRU-OUT In new Gilcher Building, corner Main and Third street. Rousing May Sale. Reductions from our Third floor on CARPETS . MATTINGS ROOM-SIZRUGS LINOLEUMS CURTAINS DRAPERIES SCRIMS, ETC. E PUSHIN BROS.' DEPT. STORE Rousing May Sale BEGAN WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 12, AND CONTINUES AT BARGAIN PRICES THE MONTH OF MAY :::::: i ROUSING MAY SALE NEWEST, SPRING SKIRTS Reduced During This May Sale this ifiion'i styles, materials and colors; sold at $5.00, JG.50 and $7.50. SPECIALLY RE. DUCED IN THIS MAY SALE TO One lot of 50 e Clothing and Millinery May Sale begins Women's, Misses' and Children's Wednesday morning, May 12, and continues throughout the month of May. In this sale we include our entire stock of newest spring and summer tailor-mad- e suits, coats, dresses, skirts waists, petticoats, millinery, trimmed and pattern hats, and various specials from our 1st, 2nd and 3rd floors at remarkably low prices. Nothing is reserved. Read the wonderfully low prices listed and come examine the garments for yourself. Remember this sale is at THE HUB, in the new Gilcher Building, corner Main and Third Sts., and continues thruout month of May. Ready-for-Servic- Our Entire Stock of MILLINERY & TRIMMED PATTERN HATS Reduced For This Sale Note the Prices One table of Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats, of this season's newest styles; sold up to $3.50. VERY SPECIAL TO CLOSE OUT : 'I Skirl, of the newest $15.00 TO $18.00 WOMEN'S AND MISSES' NEWEST TAILOR. MADE SPRING SUITS MAY SALE PRICE $9.50 $19.50 TO $22.50 WOMEN'S AND MISSES' HIGHEST CLASS SUITS NEW SPRING TAILOR-MADE $3.98 $7.50 Newest style Skirts MAY SALE PRICE $12.50 $4.95 Up to $10.00 very finest 95 CENTS One table of better and finer Hats, with values up to $5.00, TO CLOSE OUT AT Skirls. MAY m.. IM $25.00 TO $29.50 FINE TAILOR-MAD- E SUITS MAY SALE PRICE $14.50 OUR FINEST $35.00 NEWEST SILK AND CLOTH SUITS SALE PRICE $6.50 TABLES ON SECOND FLOOR Extra Special One table of over 25 doz-e- n newest wash dresses for girls, 2 to 14 year sizes, made in the newest styles, Ginghams, Percales, etc. These dresses are good values up to $1.00. Extra special to close out in this MAY SALE BARGAIN $1.95 One table of up to $7.50 Hats, suitable for all occasions.SPECIAL TO CLOSE OU1 MAY SALE PRICE $19.50 I' A. "" n CHOICE OF THE HOUSE, FINEST GENUINE PALM BEACH SUITS; VALUES UP TO $15.00 MAY SALE PRICE $8.50 EXTRA ONE LOT OF OVER 100 VERY FINE SPECIAI SUITS FOR WOMEN AND MISSES, IN ALL SIZES AND SOME CARRIED FROM LAST SEA- COLORS SON SUITS THAT SOLD FROM $15 to $35 iifl J. W; $2.75 One table of Spring OUT 45 CENTS Extra Special One table of better Was4 sites; sold Dresses for girls, 4 to up to J 1.50. MAY SALE PRICE Pattern Hats that sold up to $10.00. SPECIAL TO CLOSE EXTRA SPECIAL TO CLOSE OUT Your Mail Orders Will Receive $4.75 200 NEWEST THIS SPRING'S COATS FOR WOMEN, MISSES AND CHILDREN, OF THE NEWEST MATERIALS, CLOTH AND SILK; SOLD UP TO $25. DURING ' MAY CLEARING SALE, WILL SELL AT $3.98 x 95 CENTS Extra Special Women's Cotton Petticoats of Sateen and Mercerized Cloth, in black and colors; values up to $1.00, DURING THIS SALE I All of our finest and newest Prompt Attention trimmed and untrimmed, including Panamas, Leghorns, Milan Hemps, genuine Milans, Lace Hats, etc., HEAVILY DURING THIS MAY SALE. Htj, D $3.75, $5.00,. $6.75, $9.50, $12.50, $14.50 OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF WOMEN'S, MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S DRESSES OF SILK, WOOL, WHITE & COLORED WASH DRESSES, ETC., SUITABLE FOR MORNING, AFTERNOON AND EVENING WEAR, WILL BE HEAVILY REDUCED IN THIS MAY SALE. 45 CENTS $1.50 Values, very fine Petticoats, in black and colors. DURING THIS SALE All Millinery Trimmings and Untrimmed Hats reduced. Former $15.00 Silk Crepe de Chene, Crepe Meteor, Taffeta and Faille Dresses. During this May Sale, Reduced to 95 CENTS All Boys' and Children's Clothing, including Woolen Suits, Palm Beach Suits, Wash Suits, extra Trousers, etc., REDUCED FOR THIS MAY SALE. $9.50 One lot of about 50 new, this season's style. Silk Dresses of poplin, crepe de chenes, etc., splendid values up to $12. During this May Sale On our first floor we have, during this ale, special tables of desirable merchandise such as WASH GOODS, WHITE GOODS, Finest $25.00 Dresses. 6 tol6-yea- During this May Sale $5.00 Former $18.00 and $20.00 Fine Dresses. During this May Sale $14.50 sizes, of daintiest batiste, organdies Girl's White Dresses, and voiles; beautifully made and trimmed with lace, embroidr $12.50 Women's and Misses' Newest White Dresses for Commencement and summer wear, of embroidered voiles, organdies, tissues, etc., reduced for this May sale. Extra special values offered at eries, tuckings, ribbons, sashes, etc. Formerly priced from $3 to $7.50. Very special during this sale $1.98, $2.75, $3.75, $5.00 $3.98, $5.00, $6.50, $8.50 SILKS, etc., at very special low prices; also during this sale there will be special lots of SHOES and LOW SHOES for men, women and children, on the tablet at BARGAIN PRICES TO CLOSE OUT. THE HUB MAIN " Bros- - Department Store DANVILLE, KENTUCKY HE? I $ and THIRD STREETS $$)-- s. 1 t w 1 T a - - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, May 14, 1915 ham told us the Mme ttory distress) heartburn. A . riflcr catinc. rates,'aja. a -- Yes Many People " THE PROVEN PAINT JiMt dipping a brush kite Dyspepsia French Remedy Aids Stomach Sufferers Frnnce Iia been called the nation without stomach troubles. The French have for generation ued a simple mixture of vegetable oil that relieve stomach and intestinal ailments and keep the bowel free from foul, poisonoiu matter. The stomach is left to perform its Indigestion and functions normally. gatritis vanish. Mr, Geo. II. Mayr, a leading druggist of Chicago, cured himself with this remedy in a short time. The demand is so great that he imports these oils from France and compounds them tinder the name of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy 1'eople everywhere write and testify to the marvelous relief they have received using this remedy one dose will rid the body of poionous accretions that have accumulated for jears and convince the most chronic sufferer from stomach, liver or intestinal trouble'. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy is sold by leading druggists everywhere with the positive understanding that your money will be refunded without question or quibble if ONE luttlc fails to give you absolute satisfaction. AN ORDINANCE An ordinnncc requiring n concrete pavement to be laid on portions of the hast side of Lancaster street in Slnnforii. Krntuckv The Citv Council of the City of Stanford, Kentucky, do ordain ns follows: That that portion of the cast side of Lancaster street in Stanford, Kentucky, which begins nt nnd includes the property of A. T. Nunnelleyfnnw occupied by George P. Hright) and extends to nnd includes the property of the Louisville tt Nashville railroad Company be laid with a concrete pavement in accordance with plans, specifications nnd requirements of Section 29 of the printed which ordinance is made part hereof by reference. The width of said pavement is to be and remain the same as the present pavement now located on said street which is to be replaced by the hereby ordered. The grade of said pavement is to be the same ns that of the pavement in front of snid property. The work hereby ordered is to be done by nnd nt the expense of the owners of the land fronting and abutting the pavement ordered to be as provided by law within thirty days after the service of a copy of this ordinance on them, the cost of the same is to be apportioned among them as required by law. This ordinance shall be in force and effect from and after its publication by certified copies being posted at three or more public places in the corporate limits of the city of Stanford, Kentucky. A copy attest. A. II. FLORKNCE, Mayor. L. R. HUGHES, Clerk, 38-- t by-la- Tablet a caa of Hanna's Green Seal Paint preset its f it tell quality. The T iU f oed paint you before and after each meal will reliera ou. 8$d only by u 25c Psnns Drug 8tora. fl wWw TURNERSVILLE. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. F. Mnson apont Sunday with his sister, Mrs. L. G. tives near Lnncnstcr Sunday. Mr. Arthur Mercer nnd Mr. Will Dunnway attended prnycr meeting nt New Salem Wednesday night. Miss Ucrthn .Wrny spent Sunday with Miss Itctn llcllc Coffey. Carl Starns nnd Charlie Mercer were at McKinney on businces on last week. Mr. Jesse Mason, of Mnywood was to sec his brother, Tom .Mason last Sunday. Cloyd Lay and Chris Mercer attended church Sunday at Ucthcl Sunday. Where Can He Duy It. Where can a man buy a cap for the hnir? fnr n nne nt Can his eyes be culled nn academy Clr tt Lntf Ht x fipccnScatPaint I give a beautiful, durable finish that shuts out decay and ugliness, and it WEARS. Specified by Master-Painter- s years. for twenty-fiv- e Forty-nin- e tints and shades. Hanna's Powell. Messrs. Hnrry Mercer nnd Clarence Wrny were visftlnfr friends nnd rela- Ipavcmcnt now located on said strctt which is to be replaced by tho one hereby ordjrtd. The ftntiiti hi saw ravt mini i. ic. i,c the same nt thnt of the pavement 'n front of .wld p'ooartf. The ivoik herety ordered Is to bo done by nt the expense of the owners of the land fronting nnd nbutting tho pavement ordered to be constructed as provided by law within th'ity days nftcr the service of n copy of this ordinance on them, the coit of the .iame is to be npporticimd among them ns teqUTS.I by law. be in force This ordinance nnd effect from nnd nftcr Its publication by certified copies beiwr nosted at three or more public places In the corporate limits of tho city of Sinn-forKentucky. A copy nttcst: A. il. FLOUKNCK, Mayor, L. It. IIUGHK3, Clerk. ! d, Big Important News! Opens Sunday, May, 6, 9 to be known as 1 1 1 Another Bank For Stanford. 5 Christian Bank & Trust Co. Capital Stock Brotherly Love, Religious Education, Opportunity and Enthusiasm 1 bnnnaY be- I JIannaI For Sale by W. A TRIBBLE, Stanford, Ky. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. G. B. PRUITT, Moreland, Ky. Is the crown of his wend where gems Who travels the bridge of his nose? Can he use when shingling the roof of his mouth. The nails at the end of his toes,? What does ne raise irom mo sup oi Who nlavs on the drums of his ears? And who can tell the cut nnd style of the coat his stomach wears? Can the crook in his elbow he sent rnuse there nre nunlls there? arc set? his tongue? the fact that there are many more locust trees than even tho close observers would think. They arc all white with bloom mid add beauty to this favored section of God's foot stool. The foliage of nil trees is unusually heavy but they do not hide the pretty bloom of the locust, which is distinguishable in every clump of trees in Lincoln nnd adjoining counties. IIv the way. this beautiful coun try never looked prettier than now and with good grnss, bumper crops coming and many things combining to make better times ahead there is every reason that we should be glad that'wc live in Kentucky, n free country, where wars, pestilence nnd famine nfe unknown nnd where every prospect pleases and even man is not so vile. It ThU Locutt Year? We are not certain thnt this is or is not locust vear. but certainly it is locust blossom yenr nnd whether or not the pesky locusts will bother us or not but n drive through this sec tion of Central Kentucky will reveal Divided Into Five Hundred Shares. One Share to Each Member FREE Opens 9:30 A. M. Come early and get your certificate. Under the direction of STANFORD CHRISTIAN CHURCH and SUNDAY SCHOOL R. M. BLACKERBY D. M. WALKER, Pastor. Superintendent FREE .flriPllLBaw BBBBBr JfU to jail? And if so, what did it do? How docs he sharpen his shoulder blades? I'm sure I don't know, do you? Tattler. Boots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded According to tho Orlginnl & 1'orniulna A Koclpei of Cbnrlio Whito-MooTho Cow-bo- y Ilorbaliit, for tho trontmont of human nilmonta. Endoraod in tho Diblv. Tbouonnda of Tcatimoninla. tho Croat Hody-TonlSCIENCE SOI'E, for tho Skin Only. Atk your druggist, or writo Ex-jluiic. Hu-min, Belt County Man Pardoned. Gov. McCreary has pardoned Wal ter Mtddleton, convicted in Hell county in 1909 of killing Hiram Sscott and sentenced to life imprison ssSSG JSESaW V$UB&-JtJS- t .BBBBBBBBBbW Food and t lr SM&'bBBBIT ttTBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBF ment. The Judge, Commonwealth's Attorney, jurors and others petitioned for clemency on account of the youth of Middleton and extenuating circumstances, his victim having shot nt Middleton, who himself fired the fatal shot from n great distance. Wanti Woman Held Under $200,000. The Mercer county grand jury re turned an indictment Wednesday against Mrs. Laura I'eavicr. who kill ed her husband, illiam Pcavier, n prominent farmer with a shot gun on 29. At her examining trial she was released on a $2,500 bond, but the grand jury recommended that the bond be increased to $20,000. Whooping Cough everyone knows the effect of Pine Forest on Coughs. Dr. Bell's is a remedy which brings quick relief for hooping Cough, loosens the mucous, soothes the lining of the throat nnd lungs, nnd makes the coughing spells less severe. A family with growing children should not be without it. Keep it handy for nil Coughs nnd Colds. 20c. at your Druggist, blcctric Hitters n Spring Tonic. Well m CHARLIE WniTEHOON Tie C.wW; Btmliit CIOIRAroR OP wNiTCMOcis cumuE nz'M i:meoies com Mrs. 3731 CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N . ' 1 Waten Problems X both'Sblved by theH BBJ&BTAyBLaJ Ja refriRerator on earth keeps food fresher and finer tasting than the Automatic. As g machine it a plain deserves the consideration of every careful housewife. In addition to this you get in the Automatic the famous "Built-in- " water cooler in a which provides class by itself an abundance of safe, cold drinking water, perfectly protected against dust, impurities .and food odors. You will be interested in see ing the Automatic, even if you aren't ready to buy. No food-keepin- Fair Director To Meet Saturday. An imtinrtnnt mnntini. nf tlm ilirnr tors of the K. of P. fair to bo held Aug. 18, 10 and "JO, is called for next 1. .. L Un,tli.lni. nfnnnn. n nt bJ.lbUIlttlJ tlllVIIIKUII Ilk tlZ It. Wl . . hull at i!:30. It is imperative that each uirecior dp proem. Let tins ue ot li... 1JU l,l t.x nt..! MUhll MU I 1111 nAlifinnttn.. llitllllll IUI .m. llf 1... .xt. hand if you are a director. E. C. ao-i- : wallon, secretary. 1 T cftia scitacc tore West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky Come in and see it. PENCE & HILL, Stanford, Ky, ;" II" FT UW bW V r v Wake up braftft&B ! The Bell Telephone is the Big Ben of Business. Ring up on the Bell. You may talk about dull times 'till you lose your breath but it won't help matters, save your breath to talk into your Bell Telephone. Ring up old customers, then start on a fresh list of prospects, there is no quicker way none that saves more time or expense. If you haven't a Bell Telephone, get one now. Call the Business office for rates. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCORPORATED fly v&z4r 1 jSlTfr. Arretted for Breach of Peace. Fred Chapman, white, wns nrreited near Mt. Salem by Marshall Herring, who is doing some work for Sheritf AN ORDINANCE Weathorford and turned over to him War's Bad Example. Thursday evening. He was brought An ordinance requiring a concrete here and placed in jail on a charge "Playing war," William Taylor, ten year old son of William Taylor, of pavement to be laid on portions of of breach of peace. near Murray, aimed a loaded bhotgun pavement to be laid on portions of at the face of his sister, the West side of Danville htreet Rheumatiim Yield Quickly to Sloan't Rosie, and fired, completely tearing" in Stanford, Kentutity, do ordain as You can't prevent an attack of away the child's head above the lower follows: That that portion of the West side Rheumatism from coming on, but you jaw. of Danville street in Stanford, Ken- can stop it almost immediately. tucky which begins at the North East Sloan's Liniment gently applied to Bunny Leave. $8,000. corner of the yard of Dr. A. S. Price the soro joint or muscle penetrates The estate of John Bunny, the and extends to the gate immediately in n few minutes to the inflamed spot moving picture actor who died re- in front of the residence of John that causes the pain. It soothes the cently in Brooklyn, N. Y., amounts Bright, Sr., be laid with a concrete hot, tender, swollen tccling, and in a to f 8,000, according to his will filed. pavement in accordance with plans, very short time brings a relief that His widow is named as sole benefici- specifications and requirements of is almost unbelievable until you experience it. Get a bottle of Sloan's Section 29 of the printed ary and executor. which ordinance is made part hereof Liniment for 125c of any Druggist nnd have it in the house against Colds, by reference. "How fast is your car. Jimson?" The width of said pavement is to Sore and Swellen Joints, Lumbago, asked Harkaway. Sciatica and like ailments. Your mon"Well." said Jimson. "it keens be 5 2 feet. The grade of said pave- ey back if about six months ahead of my in- ment is to be as follows: To start on give almost not satisfied, but it docs instant relief. the present pavement come generally." Harper's Weekly. a grade withEast corner of the lot of at the North Mercy! How Cuihing. Dr. A. S. Price and with this grade An Iowu editor who attended a one foot higher than the center of the NEAR DEATH street to the said gate in front of party was smitten with the charms residence of John Bright, Sr. of a fair dame who wore a rote on The work hereby ordered is to be her forehead, and thus gushed about done by Hnd at the expense of the it: BY SMOTHERING owners of the land fronting and Above her nose abutting the pavement ordered to be There is a rose; constructed as provided by law within Below the rose thirty There is a nose Bst Hubawl, With Aid of Cardai, of thisdays after the service of a copy ordinance on them, the cost Rose, nose, of the same is to apportioned among Nose, rose, Effects Her DeliTenace. them as required by law. Sweet rose, this ordinance shall be in force and Dear nose. effect from and after its nublicaby certified copies being nosted Draper, N C Mrs. Helen Dalton, ol tion Betow her chin (his place, says: "I suffered for years, at three or more public places in the There is a pin; with pains in my left side, and would corporate limits of ttie city of StanAbove the pin; ford, Kentucky. often almost smother to death. There is a chin; A copy attest: Medicines patched me up for awhile Pin, chin, but men I would get worse again. FinalA. B. FLORENCE, Mayor Chin, pin, ly, my husband decided he wanted me to L. R. HUGHES, Clerk. Sweet pin, Iry Cardui, the woman's tonic, so he Dear chin. bought me a bottle and I began using it. AN ORDINANCE It did me more good than all the mediOur only comment would be: cines I had taken. An ordinance requiring a concrete Above the stool I have Induced manv of mv friends to West side of Lancaster street in There is a fool ; Iry Cardui, and they all sathey have Stanford, Kentucky. Below the fool oeen benefited by its use. There never The City Council of Stanford. Ken- There is a stool ; has been, and never will be, a medicine tucky do ordnin as follows: Stool, fool. to compare wiin (Jaruui. i believe it is That that portion of the Wect bide Fool, stool, a good medicine for all womanlv trou of Lancaster street in Stanford, KenOld stool, bles." tucky which begins nt and induces Dnmphool. Exchange. For over 50 years, Cardui has been re- the property of Cicero (now lieving woman's sufferings and building occupied by A. I. Hunn uinl family) A Sluggith Liver Neede Attention weak women up to health and strength. nnd extends to n'ld includes the Let your Liver get torpid and you a" fair trial. property of .Mrs. Mattu Newus be If you are a woman, give it It should surely help you, as it has a laid with a 'on;rete pa;c,):nt ir ac- are in for a spell of misery. Everybody gets an attack now nnd then. million others. cordance with p'ans, pecifi?'itions and requifmcuti of Section 29 cf Thousands of people keep their LivGet a bottle of Cardui y. the printed t!iich oiiliniinncc ers active nnd healthy by using Dr. King's New Life Pills. Hne for tho Il'ritt it i Chattanooga Mtdldn. Co, Ladles' is made oart hereof by reference. Aamory DtiX.. Chittinoon. Tcnn., lor Suttal The width of rind pmiriitnt 3 to be Stomach, too. Stop the Dizziness, imiirmaitni on rour cat. ana 04 pa t Dook. noma Biliousness and Indigesireaunewior women.- - in pain wrapper. W.G. I SI and remain the same as the present Constipation, tion. Clear the blood. Only 25c at your druggist. ld by-laby-la- ffir M r A RICHMOND, KY. TRAINING SCHOOL R)R TUACMGRS . Ir Mini; Vaml In nil lttj,c& li.cs f KenMate I crtilliute ( 'iiirsn nml Itcview tucky I'ntirtr. Tuition 1. .rmnnrif Two , nrw Trie to Al'IKiintM moilrl fCliiHil. nrw manual tMlnlnir ImiMinir. uracthr fchool tli'i'urtnunt .f n,:rieiilture. n wrll eitiiied ymiiaiiim iMincMtr First Trrm Term Notrinlxr Jrt. Third Term litrmtxr 7. January- -' KmirtliTenii AprilSuiiuiirrSthooi upns June 11, 4. alitluguu Kre- -. ,it t lunm;, f.Ii-n.l,- l .S:l-tir- Course ti KlcmetUnrv lntn nliate n id Life j ROUT & MARTIN, Concrete Engineers. STANFORD, KY. Estimates on All Classes of Work. Block Work A Specialty. CRUSHED STONE For Sale At All Times. See the 1. J. for lowest price on horse and jack cards KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN No. S167 A. S. H. R. it a handtome chettnut with beautiful mane and tail) it 1S.3 hand, and will weigh about 1,150 poundt) hat the very belt of feet and legt; good flat bone, broad tloping thouldert; thort, ttout back and a hone of the mott wonderful endurance. He it an imprettive hone, ttanding ttill and it mora to In motion; tat hlmtclf jutt right, never touchet himielf any where and hat exceptional tpeed at the rack and trot. He wat one of the mott auccettful honet thown latt year. He wat thown at three fain and won the combined ttal-lio- n clatt at each place. Kentucky Gentleman hat the qualitiei that are necettary to the production ot a perfect hone color, tize, ttyle, tpeed, action, and endurance, and Ideal breeding. Ho It aired by Chetter Peavina 3184, by Rex Peavine 1706, by Rex McDonald 833. Dam, Flora Carter 8419, by Red Squirrel 53, by Black Squirrel 58, by Black Eagle 74, by King William 67. In offering the tervicet of thit grand young hone to the public, I feel that I am giving them their money't worth. Give him the tame clatt of maret and I do not believe there it a hone in the State that will beat him producing high clatt coltt, (no matter how high the tervice fee.) Breeding to Kentucky Gentleman It no longer an experiment. Bring him a good mare and he will get you an extra good colt.. Do not take your maret thirty or forty milet to breed when you have jutt at good a hone right at home and for lett than half the money. Kentucky Gentleman will make the teaton at my home, one mile from Stanford, on the Danville pike at $20.00 to inture a living colt. Money due when colt itfoaled. Care taken to prevent accident!, but not retpontible thould any occur. JtSS&L visit i , -r- - -- BOX 339, FRANKFORT, KY. Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made hi name famous all over tho United States and Canada. a Competed of Rood, Herb,, Bark and Berriet. Far treatment of Human Diaeatet. Puraley'a Indian Httbe-- 45 Day' Treatment, 91.00 Dakota Jack'l Cowboy Liniment Dakota Jack's Creme Soap, Price 10c, 3 bars 25c 25c i t il it." umuimu Don't miss the wonderful opportunity for educational and pleasure travel afforded by the Panama-Pacifi- c Panama-Californi- 5L Exposition Exposition San Francisco a San Diego Tickets are on sale every day at DAKOTA JACK Th Northwettcin Con boy OMIOINATOft Shu-gar- s All on sale at Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Very Low Excursion Fares via OF rURSLIY'3 INDIAN HERBS Dakota Jack's Home Addretti Atlanta, Ca.. Cquthern Railway Premier Carrier of the South aV For full Information, see Ticket Agent, Southern Railway tor wiite B.H.Todd, Dlmlct Passenger Agent, Southern Railway, Louisville, Ky. There is no doubt about Voltaire being the best breeding as well as the best bred big horse in the county and possibly in the State. Each time he has been shown he has easily won first premium and his colts have won first every year they have been shown. There has been more demand for big horses within the last year than was ever known before. Quite a good many farmers have almost stopped raising horsesand that is sure to make a demand for them. Nearly every farm paper you see advises the farmer to raise bigger and better horses. I think right now is the farmer's opportunity. Bring your good mares to Voltaire and you are sure to get a good colt. He will make the season at my farm, one mile from Stanford on the Danville pike at $15.00 to insure a living colt. Money due when colt is foaled. I will also stand a good young Jack. He is a heavy big boned fellow, and I think will make a good breeder. Will stand at $10.00 to insure. Voltaire 55140 J. NEVIN CARTER STANFORD, KENTUCKY Let the I. J. print your horse and jack cards. . The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, May 14, 1915 5 !W. G. T. U. CONTESTS Saturday livening, May OPERA HOUSE AFTER SUFFERING TWO LONG YEARS Mrs. Atelin Wat Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pink- - THE DAYS OF LONG AGO Recalled In Letter of Tom Hill, of Wyoming to Will McKInnejr of Alabama. - ham's Vegetable Compound one wm Minn. "After my llttlei was ilck with pnlng In my aide which tho letter Is ns follows i I doctors naftl "RufTalo, Wyo., Apr. G, IDIfi. were I caused bv Inflnmmn. W. II. McKinncy, Montgomery, Aln.. Itlon. I suffered a Dear Rill: Some how I have hnd great donl every you in mind for the past two weeks, month and grew very and cannot seem to get nny rest until I write you. I heard from Rill win. i wan sir. doctor's under Uio Rright where u letter would reach care for two you. I knew you were somewhere long years without on the Footstool, or else I would hnvc anrbenr-ntFinally heard of it long ago. after repeated I have been th ink in tr of the old to trvltwa days when we mod to go to school up1 ..II. L nnt u, on the old hill where the Yellow jji !" ham's Vegetable Compound. A f tcr tak- school house used to be, way brick back ing tho third bottle of tho ComKund I In Stanford. The old school house was able to do my hounework and today has been right before my eyes for 1 nm strong nnd henlthy again. I will weeks, nnd I could see the summer answer letters if anyone, winlies to know sunshine on it, nnd the old chinkapin about my case." Airs. Jo.sf.ph Asklin, trees down by the pond in old man COO Fourth Avenue, Minneapolis, Minn. Van Dceveer's Held, nnd the old elm tree with the big roots running on Lydln E. I'lnkhnrn's Vegetable Com- top of the ground that used to stand pound, made from native root nnd down in the old yard just north of herbs, contain no narcotics or hnrmful the pond; I can see the old places drugs, and today holds tho record of where we used to play shinney and being tho most successful remedy we hoogle google, and bnse ball, and that know for woman's ills. If you need such game of jumping where we had to take a hop.Fklp and n jump over an a medicinu why don't you try It 7 other fellow's back, and you used nl- to jump Just n If you have tin slightest doubt wnys nny of us, or would little farther than jump on our Hint l.yillu K. IMiikliimrs Vrgcta-M- o barks and make us dig our noes in mmI. Compound will liHpyou.u rlto the mud and Lord, Lord. Rill, it all comes back to I.jdlu IM'liiklmiii yesterday. I (ctmlideiitliilll.ynii.Miiss., forntl-v- k to me jmt as if it wasblowing ran hear 01 McKnlirts old Your letter will lio opened, horn over at old uncle Peters. hisAnd rnul ami uiiswered by u voinn:i, poor old man .Myers. You remember him Rill. Mess his old heart. I hope anil held In strict ciiiillilencc. the soil rests lightly on his grave. And Smith Raughmnn; do you reMerely A Suggestion. member Smith? ' He used to come to If the women will persist in keep- school on it fat horse and bring with ing their hats on tit moving picture him a satchel full of grub for dinner shows they ought nt least to put and hnng it out in the cntryway unKilt nnd pepper on the ends of the der the old stnirs in the old school-hous- e on the hill; and old Jo Hayileu feather. They'd taste better when Don t you wi: iciiuw in me "hi ni'iiinil geisi with ins yellow norsc. them in his mouth. I'yr.lliinnn remember him Rill? He used to carry an old shnwl on his saddle, and it would Mop about when he rode olf on Judge W. S. Smith, of Tompkins-vlllu- , his old yellow horse. Then there hits withdrawn from the race were some old apple trees out in tho for thu republiran nomination for' garden east of the school house where of the knottiest and Conimonueidth's Attorney in the Ca- - some in Kentucky grew sourest apples nnd we used cy district. go and steal them and eat them to Uurintr mi electrical storm in Row-- ' too and think they were nice; and nn county a few days ago Ollio Dry- -' then we used to play fox and hounds den was struck by lightning. Roth anil run over into uncle John feet were burned off and he wns in- orchard and steal his apples stantly killed. too, but they were good anil he had lots of them, and I wish I had one of them now; but our taster is not the same now ns it was then, and I When Motoring to fear they would not be good to us. May the good I'oor old uncle Joh.-sLord rest his soul. Rut, about the old school; I never learned a thing Stop At The worth a cuss there, but it was not old man Myers' fault. He tried hard enough to see that we got something through our thick heads. Rut, Rill, he never us; our blamed And Refresh Yourself heads were touched too hard. What has be come of the old bojs Kph Owsley, in our Soda Parlor. Jnke Owsley, Sam Lnckey. Junius Rochester. Jo llaydcu, Rill Rright, I'eter MeRoborts, llarve McRoberts (Incorporated) where are they all now? Some of - KY. DANVILLE, them gone and nil of them who are left are old and gray. What you Mlnnfpolf, Br1 r&XsJ ' lrn 1 Will (2. McKlnncy, tho bard nnd poet laureate of Alabama, sends the I. J. n letter ho recently received from his old college chum Tom I'. Hill, of RufTnlo, Wyoming. Roth were boys together In Stanford, nnd the letter Is full of boyhood reminiscences which will touch the hearts nnd bring bnck mnny plensnnt memories to thoso who knew them In days of long ngo. The iV . "" tIl. reckon makes me think of them? I never uscd to call them to mind not once In twenty years; but the old faces and the old scenes just float boforo my eyes ns I sit here In my office and work, nnd 1 have to get up nnd go out to gel the old pictures out of my mind. I was thinking just now of tho picture of the little old town ns It used to look when we could look at it off the old hill with the spring sunshine on It the houses nnd trees nnd Rill, what became of ou remember the old Jo l'ortmcn? dny he broke nil the windows out of the school house, and old man Craig came up nn tho till: to sec about it? Jo was n tough nut, nnd doubtless has long since been gathered to his fathers. Then Rill, don't you remember when you used to work for old man Ham Shanks, nnd when you used to give me some sugar when I came in? Hnvc a sweet tooth, to this blessed day, and can not keep my hnnds otT something sweet nnd the old nights when we used to go serenading nnd Rill Penny would pray the Old Pine Tree; anil who wns the lazy galoot who used tf. strum on the guitar in Who was Al Pendleton's old store? that? I can not remember his name. And old Tom Parsons; I kinder feel like I look like he used to for I nm ns thin ns n rally nnd ns ugly as tho devil, nnd my temper Is on edge Just like his. And Dick Parsons; do you remember Dick?. And Rob McAlis-tc- r, and lawyer Davison nnd Wal-lnc- c Vernon. Whnt has become of them nil? Well, I feel better nnd ran go hack to work. I feel just like I hnd sat down nnd talked with you n bo lit the old days. In tile mime of the I do not Lord, write mo n letter know of nny human being in the world from whom I would so enjoy getting n letter. I jim prospering nnd happy nnd In good health. Roth my boys nre grown nnd out in the world for themselves. Tom lives In Los Angeles, California, nnd Lucy nnd J go out there ever winter nnd stay there during the cold weather. Lu(y is well nnd looks as young ns she did forty yenrs ngo. She has not a gray hair in her hend, nnd wears fine clothes nnd swells about like a young girl of twenty, nnd still goes to nil the parties and dances, nnd is the most populnr woman In hII of Wyoming. Rurton lives in Lincoln, Ncbrnska, nnd is doing well. Write to me, Rill. I hnvc to go bnck to work or 1 would write more. Bless you. Affectionately, T. P. HILL." GENERAL NEWS NOTES. Gen. Charles S. Peyton, the only surviving Confederate field officer in the battle of Gettyburg is dying. hnr-ncs- Chester Park's livery stable at Her-e- n burned, together with most of his s. buggies, drummer's wngons nnd rd 15, 1015. MeKINNEY, KY. Shot when she refused to give John Jipperlc, a boarder, a dime. Mrs Rnum, of Louisville, died twelve hours Inter. Zlppcrlc instantly killed himself nftcr shooting the womnn. On chnrges preferred by B . T. Fish, of Rcrcn, Ned Parker, of Rock-castcounty, was nrrestcd here charged with horse theft, says a Richmond dispatch. The cornerstone of the new Federal building nt Georgetown wns laid Saturday, tho chief address being made by Representative James Campbell Cantrill. The Court of Appeals passing on n case from Russell county held that the right of the Fiscal court to levy a road tax was not affected by the repent of the old law nnd the enactment of the good roads lnw of 1014. Following a denial of their motion for a new trial T. Q. Wallace and Frank Chancy, convicted nt Winchester of the murder in Estill county of Houston Underwood, were sentenced to prison for life. le Contest Welcome Song Mitt Nancy Hubble Chorui -- ............-. ...... The Temperance Lighthouse "Old Soapy" . Mitt Zoe Butler Quartette Brighter Dayi Are Coming Saved Mill Ruth Cocking I the Temperance Chorui ............... Hark Belli li It Worth the Sacrifice ........ Mill Mary Loii Cann Chorui ,. While Ribbon Rally Song Can We Ever Win Againit the Saloon Mill Ophelia Mobley ! Violin Obligato Mill Ruth Tanner; Mr. Cecil Dye Preientation of Medal. Benediction. The Modern Invocation. Chorus ......................... -- Beltzihaiiar ............. ....... ............. "The VMm&li&'r Car" ....DANVILLE.... . Shop Perfect. SHOP PERFECT You Can Buy Cheaper At 38,000 owners have given the acid test to 38,000 Maxwells in the last 1 8 months Every car made in the gigantic Maxwell factor?, is just as finely finished, just as handsome an automobile as if it were especially made to be exhibited at the New York Automobile Show, or some dealer's fancy Showrooms. BUT and here is a great big BUT 38,000 of these Maxwell Cars ' Lyons' Busy Cash Store. Matting Now Is the Matting Season 25c values, t 22c per yard 20c value., at. 18c per yard -- - Gents Furnishings Palm Beach Suits, $7.50 values S6.50 at .... 95 $1.00 Dre. Shirts, at .'45 $ .50 Work Shirt., at Ginghams 10c value., at 9J4c Aprons Large Bungalow Apron., large . 45c tize, at have actually been turned out and have actually been driven thousands of miles by 38,000 Maxwell owners. These owners have driven their Maxwells up hill and down hill over all kinds of country roads and over city streets, everywhere that four wheels will go. Most of these 38,000 Maxwells have been rained on, snowed on, and put to every kind of a rough and tumble test that time and use can give a car and that's what we mean by the "Acid Test." If you have any neighbors among these 38,000 happy owners, ask them to tell you all about their experience with their Maxwells. If you don't happen to know any neighbors who own Maxwells, here are a few facts to think about things to consider then you can come in and see this "Wonder Car" and add up these facts for yourself. Lyons' Busy Cash Store. J. W. Taylor, But don't forget this the Maxwell we will show you is an exact duplicate of these 38,000 tried and true Maxwells that have stood the rough and tumble "Acid Test." Arid Here Are Sotr.c Vital Points to Think Of Satisfaction ond Service in a Nutshell To the automohllc owner ratlrf..rfirn and for- vice upans a car ot brauty, riimtnx'iit arti One that Knen tut many cor.- rotnuliwl. Is easy End stninlo to operate: piuptrly matrriul. ufcd dficnril and caa.tructi'd o( tbe upiruIUc pntt U tty lew. lie wabt n.oior liu tut iQclciicy and inazissuu ivrrlir. All TliU Hat Rrcn Accomplished in the Max ell r. , rtundanl. wonTbrourh tbe IiIbIi lii- -' derful enKluet'rlnK Keutu., rcrcar. ible resource, uiid ttie accumulated fipern-ncifrom mrt of r ..i.tu autompbllu Uic IluzftiU orijaulzulcn torn-fort Manager. Next to Postoffice, Stanford,(Ky. lt SpotCash' SourCream cream market. The cheap .hipYou have open to you a can, 41c for an eight and 44c ping rate of 36c for a for a ten gallon can via the L & N., gives you an opportunity to ship to year-round n ub&t a few ycara as cuiy ra.4 vav Imik.MiDk. The Maxwell i Not the Result o! ca Experiment It wru rot luck or tbe rwult of r.n irp.-I-rrubttc. but food bard lull.. n.Me. that male tbe Mmwcll of Able t'tiKlrm. ipi'iit raomux dIgalcs 'si'' cur Tt. b. r: "fiful, Burnt. t.;ul!uiKlit tn tbe world'! fainoui laboiatiry i:i.j MniKill'a own plant i trtted ruuttrlali and foriau-Ibti- d 4 treatment yet tlr lai- nit l.i'tt wHrM andthat caw (trit jr u rrirt! anil tcli itaut: ail tLo Lbuiu uuh It p Lr.ro crmrr'lFtod It'" nt jau-lut- y ilit-wvis- i'- -t txin-rliut- U-p- id u.& uwucr-drUe- ii csr. will be found to tho Maxwell. And In addition them are many mechanical features that aro ttrUtly How wo have Improved tho of Maxwell doMicn. by UlInK extra braces lanipa. made thtm rattla-proo- f acd eliminated the blncer, mado thent dust-proo- f, L'cauty and Comfort as well as Strength ruy to clean and adaptable to urn In any detlrcd An'l Maxwell tullderi 1drd to thin "wonder position; tho manner In which wo Lave protected rar." nit only all tbo ronvenlrmtv, power nnd dur- one of the best radiators that inouey can buy from ability, but clii tbo refinements and beautiful llnei tbe many twMi and strains of the car, In fnct. ul a full floating radiator the way lu which t Hit muih. higher priced cur Pur stream Unci, rown fettdri, lino upboliterlnc and all tbe little Maxwell ha i provided for proper lnuriealiuu .lid Mail! tliat make Maxwell ownera proud of tbclr thoroush roollnr: of tho motor and hai clvia one square Inoh ot brail nc lervlre fur every twelve car. pnundi ot wilitbt ; liuw our engineers have equipped livery Feature of Mechanical Comtructfon Maxwell car with a sprinx temtiun fan that adjusts la Hitlf to any pre.suro on thi belt, makes th. Tiry feature of mechanical comtructlon tbat t. I Wonder " KunJ tn cars idling t.; many hoiaa Its It wf real Rcn!ue ttst Rare ta tho Maiwcll tho 1'iwertul motor taut enaMea Mai well nwnora to pn rriiprrier four nberli will travel, over all roadi, up all u.adc-- . through toy laod. any mud. The Maxwell Company's Guarantee of Service to Maxvirell Owners No other automobile is backed by a more reliable service than that guaranteed every Maxwell owner. More than 2,000 Maxwell dealers in every part of this country are always ready to give expert advice, to make adjustments, and to supply new parts at reasonable prices. This splendid Maxwell dealer service organization is perfected and completed by the chain of Maxwell owned and Maxwell operated Service Branches. Sixteen great Maxwell Service Stations are so located throughout the country that a Maxwell dealer can supply any part for an owner within a few hours if not in his slock. Maxwell Service is one of the great advantages enjoyed by Maxwell owners. Tri-Sta- te Butter Company a RESPONSIBLE, SAFE and PERMANENT Creamery with more than 8,000 cream shippers. Every shipment is paid for Spot Caih and guaranteed against low or damage in transit. IP YOU DO NOT HAVE CANS, WRITE FOR FREE TRIAL CANS. SHIP OR WRITE TODAY. Order a Maxwell from us now, and when you want it delivered, we will give you your car not an excuse on delivery day Capital Stock $75,000. Capital Stock $75,000 THE SIGN OF SAFETY FIRST. RESPONSIBLE. SAFE. PERMANENT. r. 0. B. KTK0IT $695 ELECTI1C "EVERY ROAD IS A MAXWELL ROAD" Lincoln STARTU $55 Emu County National Bank H. C. CARPENTER, Agent. Service Station, Somerset Street STANFORD, KENTUCKY $695 r. 0. B. UXCTRIC DETUXr STAKTU $55 mu i: ., : "T - r C The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. JOPERTCl.LS'VHY TANLAC 15 POPULAR Mr. Friday, May 14, 1915 DON VARRIPK SEE THE- - John Deer & Brinley Leverless Cultivator AT . Because The Preparation Contain Real Merit, lie Says In Statement. n i T. PENCE, Stanford, Ry. r "If I have boon successful with Tanlac," swys I,. T. Cooper, 'lit Is because t he prcpatntion contains rcnl merit. "Tnnlac is the result of many years of arduous study by my principal chemist. In fact, the two of us have carefully watched its development from the beginning of the e.xpermen- tal tests ti Its pre sent hiRh stnte of efficiency. "In catca of catarrhal affections of t he mucus membranes, stomach, liver nnd kidney complaints, I believe thro Is nothing so fnr discovered that will eL'ual the action of Tnnlac. "Ever add anon someone sukkcI" something that may tend to better our conditions, whether it ma' appertain to our health, our business, or our sosiological state. It has, therefore, been tnv pleasure this time to offer, to the world Tanlac. I "When I enmc to Louisville, stated that the success of t he medicine would be as urcnt in this city ns it was elsewhere. I offered Tanlac upon its merits, knowing full well that it would prove satisfactory it properly tested. "The success the preparation has achieved here in Louisville is ample evidences that my confidence In Tanlac is well plnced. "A large percentage of your best people nre now using the preparation, and they nre daily testifying to its excellent worth as a medicine of exceptional value in instances of catarrh, stomach, liver and kidney de- rnniri'mpntK. w,n m"ke " f ioib t my tuM, 1.4 RROUGHTONTOWN. PREACHEhSVILLE T. Smith and fnmilv were Mr. nnd Mrs. Grovcr Hester nnd mUe from Crfth orchard, on Ihe Sln.Lton plat the guests of Mr. Dnn Brown Sntur- - little daughter, Catherine nnd Miss at ten ($10) dollars lo Iniure a living colt. Description and Pedigree Don day night. llcrnlcc Sprinkles, of Stanford, hnvo Varrlclc ii a beautiful clieitnut, 10 12 handi, with tntp and white hind Mrs. Castle, of Kansas and three been visiting Mr. nnd Mrs, V. L. weight 1400 pounds and at compactly built as a pony, with plenty of bona little daughters, have been visiting Thompson. and finish. Ha Is a superb breeder as his colts will show for themselves. ner daughter, .Mrs. nave Kinglcton Mr. Tuetor nnd daughter, Nellie, of Prestollfht, one of his colls went a mile last year at Lexington In 2i 1 1 1.2 pnst two weeks. Mrs. Single- Walunt Flat, were the guests of Air. and another In Ohio In 2tl0. No other horse ever stood at so low a price for the ton has returned home with them. She nnd Mrs. W. II. Cummins. with two colts In the ten list. Don Varrlck Is by Onward Silver 2tOS L4 will make her home in Kansas for n Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Lunsford and' 1st dam by Wilkes Boy 224 2nd dam by Hogg's Grey Eagle. Don Varrlck while. little son, Jnmes, wcro visiting J, W. has plenty of speed, having shown quarters In 34 seconds and went half .Mrs. Wni. Jackson, who has been Brown nnd family. mile at Danville on mile track In ItlO. He has a splendid disposition Mrs. Onn Nnylor nnd (laughter which he Imparts to his colli. Alt his colts are prompt drivers, full of vim. on the sick list for n while is better Carrie spent Sunday with Crab Orch- They need no whip. See him before breeding elsewhere. He will take your at this time. Mr. Roscoe lllankcnship, who has ard. eye and you will make no mistake In breeding to him, Miss Grace Anderson has been visbeen In the army for nine yenrs is the I will also stand the Bun Gaines jack at the guest of his mother. Roscoe has iting her friend, Miss Alliu Mac same A FINE MULE JACK Wilt place at $10 a season. stand a fine registered Shorthorn Bull at Thompson. for secn years more. Insure, Money due In all cases when animat Is bred elsewhere orl Mrs, Ada Bell, and son, Mabom $2 to Mr. Jerry Broghton, who lias been parted with. W. R. GAINES, Crab Orchard, Ky. ill for severnl weeks with typhoid fe- hnve been visiting her sister, Mrs, ver, is slowly improving. Grovcr Gastineau at Point Leavell. Mr. nnd Mrs. Maude Gill were visMr. Gene Brown nnd family were the guests of Mr. Jim Brown Satur- iting Mr. anil Mrs. Thomns Nnylor. Mr. Wm. Sprinkles and son, Rny day night. are visiting his daughter, .Mrs. !". L. OF HEALTHY Thompson. IMPORTANCE Mrs. Rnnkey, who has been very ill KIDNEYS. J. ft CARROLL PRESTON I - cases where a superior tonic is re quired. '"Tis true that the demnnd for Tan lac has been large, but no larger than I had expected. Louisville is only nwnkening to an appreciation of the i nil value ot such a preparation. Tanlnc's success in your city will be even greater. Tanlac. the premier preparation, is being introduced in Stanford by Drug Store. 39-- 1 Pen-ney's iiorvnus ilnhilitv ntnl in j High Grade Stallion ALL PEA VINE 4092 Rex Peavine 179G Lucy Weill 6404, by Peavine 85 Champion Sire of World at Eight Year All Peavine needs no introduction to the people of Kentucky. I have won more bis events with hit produce than any other firm or individual in stallion at the Kentucky. He sired the champion colt and Kentucky State Fair 1914. Champions from the youngest to the oldest of his produce. I have sold six of his colts and fillies from fifteen to two months old for an aggregate sum of $3,455. FEE $25.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT three-year-old Tt SHIEK Shiek was the champion pony stallion of Kentucky at the Blue Grass Fair, at Lexington and Kentucky State Fair, at Louisville in 1913 and 1914. Big enough to sire a useful pony. Can do more under saddle and to harness than any pony in Kentucky. TEN DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COLT At same place two good mule jacks at $10.00. $10.00 for grey jack and eight dollars for young jack to insure living colt. Money due with all stock when colt is foaled or mare leaves possession of owner, at time of service. All care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. My high bred Chestnut Sorrel Stallion will make the season of 1915 at my uarn on the old fnir grounds at Hustonville, Ky. Ik-i-s 10 hands high, weight 1,200 pounds. Will serve a limited number of marcs at $15 to insure u living colt; season due when mare is parted with or on leaving the county. This stallion is by Ashland Brook nnd out of n standard bred trotting mare. He has proven to be n great breeder, having colts to show for him. His colts are all saddle colts, with good style and action. Call and see a good before breeding times comes. Jim Reed 1 will also stand the great jack. Jim Heed, the well known mule jack by the old jack of Jim Keed's; having sold his cplts at $100 at weaning time. He is a fine breeder, having colts to show for him ncre. He has a largo bone nnd his colts have good bone and style. He will stand at $10 to insure a living colt. Money due if mare is parted with or leaves the county. B. W. LEIGH. Hustonville, ld Stanford Readers Should Learn To sumo Miss Mabel Elmore is nble to be Keep The Kidney. Well. out ngnin after having n severe ense Tlin t'titnni'a Imvn tl liit U'nrk tfl fin. of pneumonia, Mrs. .Mary Kennedy and baby of All the Moot, in the body is coursing have through the kidneys constantly to be Crab Orchard, W, II. been visiting her Cummins. fr.util .if ..ninemwilla mnllnr. It fa n mother, Mrs. W, Brown was visiting his Mr. heavy enough task when the kidneys cousin, J. Jnmes Brown, of the Otten-hcinre well, but a cold, chill, fever or section Sundny. some thoughtless exposure is likely Mrs. Green Sutton, who has been to Irritate, inflame and congest the sick for time was kidneys and interrupt the purifying Richmond some Wednesday taken to to underlast work. Thftn iho ncMnp- - frrmlnnlK- - lim'ltifl go an operation. Mr. and Mrs. Faulkner Kennedy nnd is often nccompnnied by some ir- son, Rudolph, of Shelby rcgulanty of the urine too frequent nnd little visiting his City, mother Mrs. passages, sciiunenitrt or ........ retention. Jennie were Kennedy. ri.n,B..M.Id n'riut, In.?..! ol!f.. k' tl.n ,iiiiiriiui i lliiiilllltip till; merit of Doan's Kidney Pills, a remOn nccount of the longshoremen's edy for the kidneys only, that has been used in kidney troubles 50 strike in Vancouver the International yenrs. You will make no mistake in Longshoremen's Association has decided to place all vessels calling at following this Stanford citizen's that uort on the unfair list. a ...if i4,,nifivii ri'tui null; ilw SHERIFF'S SALE an acute attack of kidney complaint, PlaintilT says W. II. Mershon. of Lancaster Joe McDowell . vs. I'iKe. btaniord. "Jiv hack ached con1 had stantly and Defendants twins through my Tilford & Lee Messer loins. I felt languid and tired easily. On Monday, May 2tth, 1915, the I tnnk n Itnv nf Dniin'it Kitlrwi PilU first day of the Lincoln Circuit Court, and they fixed me up all right, the will sell at the Courthouse in Man- I nox practically curing me. second ford, Ky., to the highest bidder, upon rnce nuc, at nil dealers. Don't sim- n credit of three months, with ti per ply ask for a kidney remedy get cent interest from date, bond with Doan's Kidney Pills the same that approved sccurit.v and lien retained Mr. Mershon had. Foster-Milbur- n Co., upon property for purchase money; 39-- 1 . Props., Huffnlo, one bny colt foaled in 191 I, sired by Kentucky Choice 37G5, dam Trixie "PUBLIC SALE" Quick; one bay filly, foaled in 1914 by Kentucky Choice 37G5, dam Ethel On SATURDAY. MAY 22. 1915 at 1)., to satisfy n judgment in the Lin-- I 2 o'clock P. M., I will oifcr my entire coin Quarterly Court in the case of stock of furniture for sale at public Joe McDowell, plaintiff vs. Tilford auction. Said stock is located at M. and Lee Messer, defendants, for the B. Smith's plnco on the pike just east sum of $13(1.00 with (i per cent inof King's .Mountain, Ky. Goods will terest from May Gth, 1911 with $20 be sold to the highest bidder without probable cost. limit or reserve mid may be inspectJ. G. WEATHERFORD. ed before the sale. Terms of sailSheriff Lincoln County Amounts under $5, cash; over $5 half cash, balance to be secured by chattel mortgage on goods. Come to the sale, buy goods, wive money and let's renew our acquaintance. A. II. LONG. 1 for sometime continues about the will stand this great sire and show horse for the season of 1915 at Nunncjlcy's Stock Yards at the low figure of $15 To Insure a Living Colt. Money due when mare is parted with or removed from county. Carroll Preston has been before the public long enough lo need no extended description. Me lias proven an exceptional breeder of high class horses both for saddle and harness purposes. He is in fine shape this season, and you will make no mistake in breeding to this great animal. W. O. WALKER, Stanford, Ky. When You Have a Policy Written by ,. Bromley & Bromley Insurance Agents You Know That It Is Worth Face Value When Called For Payment. Fire, Life, Health and Accident, Live Stock, Bonds, Plate Glass, etc. "Not Here for a Day, But For All Time' - Stanford, Kentucky. R. S. SCUDDER McKinney, Kentucky ROWLAND PEAVINE, Registered Chestnut stallion, star and snip, foaled May 14, 1912. Sired bv Rex Peavine 179GK by Rex McDonald 833, by Rex Denmark 840. First dam Bourboniste 9297, (full sister to Bourbon's Best) by Bourbon Chiuf 97G, by Harrison Chief 1G0G, by Clark Chief 89 (Sims 89), Second dam, the Madison Square Garden champion. Judy Oliver G407, by Red Cloud 2197, Indian Chief 1718. Third dam by Wilson's King 2197, Fourth dam. daughter of Sim's Clark Chief 2575.. This colt is deserving of careful consideration to the breeders of sad-di- e marcs, coming Irom a family of show horses, and a show horse himself, having defeated such colts as Richard Coucr De Leon, which sold for $1,500 and other good ones. Will stand at $15 to insure a living colt. It would be judicious to take advantage of this low price, for the chances are that his fee will be higher next season. Remember that the best horses are the best bred ones. Be sure nnd take a look at him next Monday, horse show and court day. Will make the season to a limited number of approved marcs at stock yards. Stanford. Grass at 10c per day. Feed at cost Nun-nelley- 's ...WB-i.-ii.',iT- ' Mr. Home Owner: A bath room is both a necessity and a luxury. You need one and we're prepared to supply you on short notice. Prices very reasonable and workmanship unsurpassed. See us and let us quote you prices. Warner & Bower, Stanford, Ky. We have a NEW GASOLINE ENGINE TO SHOW YOU. Call and see it. BLEUCHER 46158 Record 2:29i . Trial 2:14. Half Brother to Lula Watts (2) 2:27li Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 15 hands, foaled Standard Registered Vol. 18. 190G WHv' , IV f f Alcyone G32, 2:27 Dark Niirht 2858... i Sire of GO, dams of G5 Search-licSire of 24, in. (.Noonday, 2:03Vi Brisht-licMy St. Elmo 275 Brook 197C9. Silent 2:08V4, Dark Great Brood Mare. Record 2:1C, sire of Wilkes 2:09, Valpa Billy Burk, 2:03Vi, 2ms, etc. Harry Clay 45, 2:29 Shawbay 2:07 VI, Mea- Jenny Clay Siro of 4, dams of CO. dow Brook 2:09, Great brood mare, Norwood Belle Emma Brook 2:09, iiy Norwoou uz:2 Zarrine 2:07U, Lady rBaron Wilkes 4758, Bellbrook2:10, etc. 2:18; sire of 12 in Moko 24457 2:10, etc. Sire of Brenda Yorke' 2:0414,Ferno2:05, Queen Ethel Native Belle (3) 2: By Strathmoro 408. OGVi, Silver Silk (4) Dam of Bumps 2:03 U Clayo Monrico (3) 2:08, Dam of Lala Watts, 2:07i, Susio N. (3) (2) 2:27Vfc, Bleucher 2:09U,etc. 2:29Vi. tr. 2:17; out Wilkes Nutwood 8000, of a half sUtpr to Silent Brook 2:lG'j. 2:24; hire of Carl Butty Clay ..Wilkes 2:04 &. Half sister to Silent Brook 2:00',. Reddle Clay (4) 2:25J, nnd iJenny Clay. By Harry Clay 45. Lilly Clay, dam of Dam of Silent Brook Prue 2:21 &. 2:1G, Reddio Clay (4) 2:25i, etc. biro of Billy Burk 2:03 Silent Brook 197G9, 2:10 Meadow Shawbay 2:07 Brook 2:00 arrine 2:07 Betty Brook 2:09 4 Ludy Bcllbrook 2:10, Butter Brook 2:10 SiEmma Brook 2:09 Muigurel Bathgate (4) 2:11 lent Brigade (2) 2:10 etc. Sired dam of Chatty Direct (4) 2:07 etc. His dam, Jenny Clay, also proand was grandnm of Prue 2:21 duced Reddie Clay 2:25 (winner Kentucky Futurity,) Moko 24457, sire of Fereno 2:05 2 Nutlve (Futurity winner,) (5) 2:04 Brenda Yorke (3) 2:08 Hello (2) 2:07 4 (Futurity winner,) (3) 2:0G 2 (champion (illy,) Munrico (3) 2:07 (Futurity winner,) Silver Silk (4) (Futurity winner.) Gomoko 2:10, Mobel Susie N. (3) 2:09 2:08 (Futu-rit- y Momaster 2:11, Siliko (3) 2:11 Mochustcr 2:10 2:10 winner) etc. Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting Martha Tipton (4) 2:09 stallion,) Vito (4) 2:09 O'Neil (3) Baron D. 2:10, etc. Brother to Bumps 2:03 2:13 trial mile 2:14 Bleucher 4G158, record 2:29 half in 1:00, last quurter in 32 seconds, is a handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh Ho greatly resembles his good sire Silent Brook and is .. 1100 pounds. out of Clao, by the great Futurity slro Moko. Foreign demand will exhaust the supply and we may expect better rices for our horses in the future. Our advice to mare owners is to E reed their mares and to breed them to stallions of merit and proven worth us sires. Bleucher is just the type to produce the colts that will supply the demand. His colts have proven fine, with nice head and neck and plenty of bone and fonformution. This great trotting stallion will make the season of 1915 at my stable In Lancaster, Kentucky, ut 320.00 to imuro a living colt. I am prepared to cure for mares ut 10c per day. W, B. BURTON, Lancaster, Ky. ht ht ' 2, 4, 2, 4, 3-- 4, 3-3-4, 3-- 4, 4, 4, 4, 2. 3-4, 3-three-yenr-old 1- -4 2, 1- -4 1, 1. 1- -4 2, 1, 3-- 4. 4, 4, 3-- SIR RAY. rfo. 1185Z This great Imp. Percheron stallion will make the present season of 1915 at my farm, 3& miles from Stanford, Ky., on the Crab Orchard pike, at $15 to insure a living colt. If mare is sold or parted with after being bred the senson is then due. The utmost care and attention will be given to the breeding of mares, but will not be responsible for accidents should any occur. Sir Rny l? a beautiful chestnut horse, 7 years old, 1G& hands high, weighing 1,050 pounas; great style C. M. BACK & SONS and action. He is a great breeder Kentucky and sure font getter. As nn individ Moreland, ual and a breeder, he is in a class by himself. He has made two seasons ALMONT DARE. in this county, at Crab Orchard and A. S. H. R. 3228 all of his colts are high class. Sir Ray is by Honest Tom 40701, and Sired by Dignity Dare 1992, he by Chester Dare 10 he by Black Squirrel is bred right all through. B. W. GAINES, R. F. D. 1, Stanford 58, he by King William 97; 1st dam Toxaway 4058, also registered in S. H. A Fine Stallion Vol. 10, A. 3715. R.; she by Abdnllah lambrino he by Almont 33; nu dam kauy Uavis, liy Unt Davis, AND A CiKEAT SHETLAND by Bourbon Chief; 3rd dam, Mattie S., by Foreign Light, by Foreigner, I have arranged with S. II. to stand his black draft stallion by Imported Gleneo- - 4th dam Bettie C. bv Cunningham's Conner-bottom-. BLACK JOE C. L. Dudderar NOTE Almont Dare's colts from which sired the colts which sold at his Kentucky sale last fall at prices that made ev- grade mares bring ns high as $300 Stanford, erybody take notice. He weighs 1,500 at weanlings to $500 and $1000 at BOSSEAU pounds, is a big boned three to four years; $000 was and n dandy. Will make the season at offered for his dam at 2 years old and $400 for his 2nd dam when I will stand ny fine registered Per- - my farm in Somerset pike at $10. horses were cheap. One full brochcron Bossenu at my farm on the ENRIQUE ther sold for $3,000 and another ren Stanford and Hustonville pike, one I will also stand the registered mile east of Hustonville for the seawinner Enrique, the best Shet- ported sold for $1,500, and one sisson of 1915 at $10 to insure a live land pony stallion in this part of the ter, Toxy Dare offered $1,500 for. colt. Bosseau is a fine big boned ani- state, at $10. See both of these before His 3rd dam could rack as fast as a good horse could run under whin und mal, weighs 2,000 pounds and is just you breed. Will also stand a young jack to spur. He is a pretty buy 10 hands the kind to breed to, to get your big and weighs around 1200 pounds. mule mares. R. L. BERRY., Huston-vill- serve a few mares at $8. 30-lKy. M. S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky. Goes 0 distinct gaits all good and fast. Pretty good breeding, don't you think so? The WARFIELD 36621 Season 1913 at my stable, 2 DALMAS One of Kentucky's finest stallions. miles from Hustonville, on Liberty Trial 2:24 This great harness horse Pike at $10 to insure a live colt. This stallion will make for public service at the low fee of Money due when colt is foaled, mare the season at my place near McKin- $10,110 to insure a living colt. One parted with or bred elsewhere Grass ney at the low price of mile west of King's Mountain at E. at $2 per month and all stock will have my persona! attention, but will Allen's barn. $10 TO INSURE LIVING COLT. Breedins of Dalmati By Cccilian not lie responsible tor accidents. I will also make the season with my Chief, he by Cecilian, he by Gambetta Correspondence and inspection fine young jack, Wilkes. First dam, Hatty Thompson, Will also stand my big mule and Brigham Young by Ultimus, by Hamiltonian 10. His second dam by Lizzie Peyton, by jennet jnck on same terms. AT $8 TO INSURE. S. T. POWELL, Huttonville, Ky. Gill's Vermont. Third dam by Bay Ho is of tho old Hubble stock and Dick, a thoroughbred. Fourth dam n great individual. Sec him before by Ball Stocking. you breed. Dalmas is a great breeder nnd u S. M OWENS. sure foal getter. McKinney, Ky. Dalmas is a red bay horse, 10 hands high, weighs 1300 pounds and can trot in 2:40. Lien retained on colt for navment of suivfro"feu. " Mumsy TtUe "when mares are bred elsewhere or parted with, best of cute taken to prevent accident but not responsible should amd Mice I have a full line of uny occur. Money due when mare is sold or parted with. high-grad- e Field Seeds 1 will ulso stand the great Jack IT MUMMIFIES THEM MACK which I am offering at 15.3 hnnds high; six years old; plenty of weight; great foot and bone; line Harmless to humuu beings, or livo very attractive prices. If head and ear. He was sired by Old stock. Rid your place ot thunu pent nterested, ask for samAlpha, he by Hubble's Old Beecher. without smell or dimmer. Order u His dam a large premium Jennet. ples and prices. Will make tho season nt my place at can toduy. Price GOe. mid u $1.00 n $8 10 insure n living colt. To proper- can or G3 pail $5.00. I'ostugo paid. W. BUSH NELSON, ly appreciate, this horse and jack you Hut corn is guaranteed to do nil wo must see them. bny. W. BUSII NELSON, Lexington. Lexington, Kentucky. E. Allen, KingsMountain Ky. nr-riv- TOLBERT. Register 5G02 Foaled July 8, 1911. will make the season at our burn at Moreland at $10 to insure a live colt. Senson due when colt is foaled or mare parted with or moved from the county. Tolbcrt is a black jack with white points, 15 hands high, heavy bone, good feet nnd perfect in every respect. He made his first season in 1914 nnd is proving to be a wonderful sire, some of his colts having and measure from 3 feet 3 inches, to 3 feet G inches, and built in proportion. It will pay you to investigate Tolbcrt and his colts before breeding your mnriN, Will endeavor to avoid all accidents but will not be responsible should any happen. m&MM&JiZ.& wita'M4' f r.Il(. Rex Coal .. . Black Star Black Crescent AH . ar ' f.:. . .slw L - ... v .v vi. hot, free Burners kssV WX. ' lssss No soot, few ashes REX COAL YARDS H. L. PERKINS, Prop., ... Successor to E. B. Denham Good Property For Sale at Draft McKinney, Kentucky four-year-ol- Hotel, about 50 yards from depot. 20x60 feet store room with 10 feet sids rooms. Good small livery barn, will hold 14 horses. Good buggy shed, will hold six rigs. Good garden, two good wells, cow barn, good lots, best location in town for business, wilt sell this property on the following terms) h h down; in one year; in two years; in three years. The party that buys the property must keep the property insured for enough to cover the balance. A lien will be retained on the property for the purchase money; notes bearing 6 per cent Interest from date. One-fourt- h one-fourt- h one-fourtone-fourt- blue-ribbo- e, 1- well-know- n We have a nice clean stock of merchandise that we will sell, Parties desiring to go into business will do well to look at this prop, erty and stock of good. If interested call or write MASTERS & BOWYER McKINNEY, KENTUCKY RAT CORN SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION I CINCINNATI Sunday, ROUND TRIP and may 23. RETURN FIELD SEEDS. R$ts $1.50 , 101 FROM JUNCTION CITY A. M. SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5i3S HHHHppHHPl Ask Ticket Agent for Particulars ILjgjgWjgjjjl IHHBHI C. KING, Pass'r ami Ticket Atfcnt East Main St., Lexington, Ky. . A ,t A.SiieaSSSSBBBBBlsBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBl iaaisissy'teastiysiWii i. L uatMlaaBa,BMajaaMakBABa,daatBaSj1gJJ The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, May Miss Allie Ynntis. of I.nncnstcr, is The Traveler' Companion the guest of Miss Horonce Sprngcns nt Klllsbtirg. Mrs. K, J. Leo nnd grnnddaughtor, Mr. Arthur I Bonnie Lee Perkins, nro visiting Pierce, 2C! finer-lda- p friends, Ave., Ht. Mrs. J. S. Owsley will go to FrankLouis, lin Monday to spend some time with rurally eMo. "Thot value her parents. I'eruna Is truly Messrs. Ilnrtwcll Shanks nnd Jns. wonderful, I think Cooper attended a dance nt Danville It especially valThursday night. uable as a specific Miss Llzrin Grimes, of Garrard, is of the guest of Mrs. William Porter, out for cntnrrh fortho a, system, nnd on the lincnstcr pike. tnnn who has trav.Mrs. Walter W. Saunders, who eled for years as If not, do you enpect to go through has been quite ill, is greatly improved I havo and who Is her host of friends are clad to know. ccrtnlnly exposed life without one? Mrs. Gcorgo (5. Menefee will arrive to IrreKular meals and uncomfortable in ntiout two weeks to spend tnc sumImprove your financial condition. mer hero with Mr. nnd Mrs. J. N. sleeping accommodations, Peruna Is Menefee. Make money save It. of best Mrs. Wnllnco Gover nnd little one mosthllneeded daughter, Mnrtha Wallace, of Crnh and Deposit It In tha Orchard, have been the guests of travelingIt companthrows ions. Mrs. Maggie Gover in this city. oft disease and Mrs. W. It. Todil went over to Lanktttm him well. I caster this morning to instruct n thtrefnro lienrtlly recommend It,' di- clnsi in elocution. James A. Ueailey, Thoie whs object tc liquid one of the trustees of the Lnnrnster elnes cn now crocura Peruna Tab- High School, secured the work for let. her. where It will earn you interest and Commencement Calendar. Col. It. M. Ilouchin, wife nnd daughter, Miss Minnie Ilouchin, of j Snturdny, Mny 22, 8:l p. m., Chil- retire you a living when you are old F.lixir Springs, passed through this idren's Recital. and too infirm to work, t t I t I morning to Crnli Orchard to attend Sunday, May 23, 8:lf, p. m. Bac- STnrTTmn. a meeting of the Boone Way Boosters. Monday, May 21, 8:30 p. m. Bach John N. Menefee, Jr., was in Lon- 1IUII IIUCIIUI. Tuesday, May 25, 8:15 p. m. Sc don the first of the week attending Federal court. He went there to pros- nior Class Evening. Wednesday, May 2, 8:15 p. m. ecute Charley Heid, who was charged with selling whisky illegally in this PAminnnrrmpnt Kvenlnir. Thursday. Mav 27. 8:15 n. m. county. , Mrs. Alfred Ends, of Crestwood, 'Annum iiccuni. All of these exercises will be held Shelby county, who has been here at the bedside of her mother, Mrs. at the Stanford Opera House. What Is tho Bost Remedy For I. F. Cummins spent Wednesday in T. D. Newland, returned home this CRAB ORCHARD. morning, her mother being much imLondon on luisiiieMt. Constipation? Commencement week of the Crab MiKies Kllcn is a question n ked tw many times Scott nnd Salllc proved. Thin Orchard Gradeil and School begins each ilny. Tho nnsw cr is Smith pent the day in Danville who has with n baccnlaurate sermon nt the Miss Martha Hommcl, Thursday shopping. been teaching in Tennessee, passed Christian church Sunday evening, Mrs. M. M. Sweeney has returned through Stanford Thursday on her Mny 23rd, by Hev. George Manifold, homei from Springficd, where she way to her home nt Danville. Messrs. of Loximrtnn. Monday evening, the Wo guarantee thrtn to lid atisfactory has been visiting her uncle, Mr. T.J. Welch Rochester nnd J. W. Perkins 24th, the Primary and Intermediate to you. bold only by uj, 10 ccuU. nnd Miss Mary Shepard Cook took departments will give nn interesting (irne. Penny's Drug Stons Mrs. John Charles Osborne, of her home from here in un auto. entertainment nt the school building. The graduating exercises will bo held Knoxville. Tenn., is the guest of her LANCASTER. on Wednesday evening, the 2lith at mother, Mrs. Charlotte Warren nnd Personal and Social Miss Virginia Bcnr.ley was in Stan- the Baptist church, rrof. t . u. Lewis, other relatives. Ikiiic Salem is rejoicing over the ford for a short visit to her aunt, Mrs. of Berea College will deliver the class Win. Hays. Social Calendar address. On Thursday encving the 27 arrival of a ten pound boy which Miss Marie May II -- "Suminn" ut the Opera at his homo n un ea:l; hour Louisville, andLouise McMurtry. of the piny entitled "The Kingdom of Mednmcs Robert Hearts Content," will be given at the House, presented liy the Ijiim Aid Thursday morning. Evans nnd Scott Glore, of Danville building. As teachers and pu Society of the I'rtahytvrinii cil ireh. Mis Nnncy Yeager is in Danville, were recent guests of Mrs. I). M. school nils hnve labored hard and earnest and the giient of Mrs. KriiMt Frank. She Lackey. Tl'l - .1 I'tcnt : km! iict ly to make theo the most interesting tMrybody t'bil "( it '"nt n.w went over Thursday evening to atMiss Georgia Dunn of this countv, exercises ever held here, we hope evat I ,.'. tend thfr Kappa Alpha Dance. delivered two nildrescs nt the State eryone will come nnd enjoy it. Mr. and rMs. Claude llilih and lit- Christian Endeavor Convention which Don't forget the sunner to be civen Walter Milhurn snout Thursday tle daughter returned to their home met in Berea Saturday and Sunday. bv the members of the Christian with hi relative nt I.nnrnntr. at London Wednesday nfter several The Chautnun.ua Circle met with church on the night of May 24th, at Clifford Willi was in Lebanon days spent with relatives in this coun- Miss Bctta Bnbinson nt the home of the College building. Wednesday on bus in en. ty. Mrs. Alex Walker. The subject for .Mrs. Dr. Jones anil Mrs. Calthn Mnry I). Kennedy is the gunt Mii I'. II. Cominey, who has been ill the lesson was "The Golden Age of Xewland went to Lancaster this w'eek Mint Heed nt Danville thin week. of shonuini:. of stomach trouble, is considerably the Child." Mm. Logan McCull wn in Loui. improved his many friends are glad supper was held at An Mrs. Skilcs and handsome boys. villle Kcvenil days thin week the gucatt to know ami is spending a week at I'aint Lick on Friday evening. The have joined her husband and will oc of Miss Daisy proceeds are to be used for the ex- cupy the house vacated by .Mr. Carroll Crab Orchard Springs. llailcy. ("apt. John Robinson, of the Crab Mrs. W. M. Malum and little sou, penses of the school. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Mount arc Mrs. Kate Chadwick has returned Orrhurd Springs, him heen visiting hi of through here passed being showered with congratulations from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. sister, Mrs. J. T. Uniquely, in Iloyle. Wednesday on their way to Chicago ince the arrival of a handsome Fife, of Winchester. to visit relatives and friends. Mm. Mrs. William Hopper, of boy at their home. Miss Lulu Jones has returned from has returned home after a visit to her .M:liiin wiiil she hopes to viit several Rev. J. W. Beagle, who has been a viit to her parents at London. mother-in-law- , Mrs. Kate Hopper and other places in Illinois and Indiana. pastor of the Baptist church for the Mrs. Kate Egbert desireu to thank other relative. Mr. Kdwm Moritz, of New York ar- past two years, resigned his charge her many friends who nobly came to rived Wednesday to join Mrs. Moritz on Inst Sunday. It was with sincere her assistance und put out the fire C. S. (iiiinn ami con, Hay, of were here Tuesday. Mr for a visit to her parent. Mr. and regret his congregation accepted his which came so near destroying her Otiinn l a real estate Mrs. M. F. Klkin, of North Broad-wa- resignation. Kev. Beagle is not only home a hort time ago. The Lexingtonian. dealer of that section. quite popular with his own flock, but The Christian Church has purII. - Kerr, the popular salesman Mrs. J. N. Menefee left Thursday with nil other denominations in the chased a beautiful silver collection for millinery company, for riiilatlelphia to visit her daughter, city. He and his interesting family set with the money sent them by Mr. Vnttcr-Lynof Louisville, was hero Mrs. L. K. Carpenter. From that city came here from Cmington. He has William Brooks, of California, in Wednesday calling on the milliners. she will go to New York and snenjl had some six or eight other urgent memory of his sister, Miss Mollie. Mrs. Sam Knelt nnd .(in, of More-lan- d some time with her son, Samuel W. calls from various towns. They are lined on the bottom with were chopping in Stanford Menefee. She also promised her son, Miss Annie Belle Turner, little purple velvet nnd on the rolling brim Tuesday. They were accompaied by George Menefee, ol Syracuse, N. Y daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. I). Tur- of each is engraved. "In Memory of her muter, Mr. Lindcnherg, of a visit und she may go there before ner, of Lexington, was the recent re- Mollie Brooks." The church "prizes her return hemo. cipient of a birthday party at the this gift very highly. home of her grandmother, Mrs. Belle The Christian Endeavor has put Austin. The happy occasion was to in a hew clock which was greatly celebrate the Ith birthday of the lit- needed. Our Endeavor is in fine tle girl. Dainty and inviting refresh- - working order nnd the members are ments were served the youthful very zealous in their work. Miss Myrtle Murry is president and her (guestx. I Gowen Hotline sold a whelo heart is in the work, which hog to Mr. James Jones at 7 -lc a could not be in better hnnds. pound. Mrs. Elizabeth Barker, who was Bradley Cunningham bought nine very sick last week, has improved, shoats of David Rankin tml her son, Bate King came in and for $7. moved her to his home in the coun Mrs. Embry this All men have to wear clothes and we want was the Jennie of quite of painfulcity, try and will take care of her. Miss acvictim n riinnie iiuk m very uiienwve lo coming one day during her illness. to help them do so. While we've had a good cident the steps recently. Mr.In Thomas herMiss Annie Hutchison has been down from Howard's grocery store, 'she fell and very feeble for a long time nnd is sale on Men's Suits, we have a larger stock broke her right wrist. gaining strength" very slowly. Miss Sue Shelby Mason will be nt Miss Nadine McClure is visiting her this week from u protracted aunt, .Mrs. King, in the country. on hand than we care to carry. We bought home to New York, Niagara visit Falls. Misses Annie Middleton and Philadelphia. Wilkes-BarrI'a., and Mayme Holdman entertained the Juthese suits at a very low price and are preHillsborn. Ohio. nior Book Club Friday night at the Miss Usula Morgan, of Clay coun- home of Mrs. Will Pettus. All repared to give some ty, is the guest of Mis Sallie Ander- port nn enjoyable time, with splenson, of I'aint Lick. did jefreshments. Mis.-c- s Edna Kavunaugh nnd N'an-c- y Mrs. Thomas Collier, of Louisville, Walker will lepresent the local was with Mrs. Harvey Collier this organization at the State Federation week. . 'which meets nt Lexington, May 18th Mrs. Frazicr Hurt, of Lancaster, is At the May meeting of the City the guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. Thom-u- s .Council, Mr. Alex W. Walker, repreChnrry. She was formerly Miss senting the Lancaster Electric Light Susie Hilton, of Stanford. Company, made a proposal of furnish ing a service, if a new Crawford Wilchcr. In Men's and Youth's Suits. franchise is granted the com- This office is in receipt of an anrmny. the old franchise ackitig two years of expiring, to become void. A nouncement of the marriace of James number of prominent citizens do nut Samuel Crawford to Miss Jennie B. Goldsboro, N. C, on April approve of granting u franchise for Wilcher ut groom $618 Men's $10 Suits at is n business man of o long a time, nnd they much prefer 14th. The that Lancaster own the clectrict light his town, while his bride, who is well Men's $12.50 Suits at $7.98 mnny of our readers, is a plant. A cnmmittu was appointed to known to young Kentucky woman, who make investigations In regard to the fine saw $9.89 Men's $15 Suits at the lieht of day in Lincoln first uest adjustment or the matter anil county: She is a daughter of Mrs. report at the June meeting of the W. Mason Wilcher. who is a sister of Men's $18 Suits at $12.79 Citv Council. Mr. Charles Ballou. living five miles Messrs. J. J. and Matt Myers, of this of Lancaster hud the misfortune to county and is a charming young Men's $20 Suits at $14.98 lose n very valuable mare recently. woman. Mr. nnd Mrs. Crawford will in u was Killed tiy oemg caught in a make their home best the TarofHeel wishes where the her barb-wir- e fence. It was a $250 an- State, Kentucky many friends will nlwuys We also have a big lot of ODD PANTS, imal. be with them. The recent cool spell has caused the cut worm its work in which we will sell almost at your own price. thir county and to eel inplaying havoc Elixir Springs to Open May 22. section, Elixir SnriiiL-3-. the dcliirhtful little with cabbage nnd tomato plants nnd We have them for boys as well as men. corn, especially the later. One farm- health und pleasure resort, will open er, Mr. House lor tne season on Saturday week, .May Suit for field of Taylor so badlyhad n damaged by 22nd. with a nicnic. The skntine: rink corn Special, Sale on Men's Overalls-- $2 the cut worm that he will have to re- has been completed nnd will be used during, the day and at night the big plant. $1.69. . (i. Anderson is visit ni? room will be used for dancing. Good Mrs. her daughter, Mrs. J, Hoe Young in music will be furnished. You are We also have Hats, Shoes, Shirts, UnderMnvsviiie and from there she will go cordinlly invited to be on hand. For to Lewis county on u visit to Mr. and further particulars, write It. M. Ilouv boys. chin, Elixir Springs, McKinney, Ky. Mrs. J. S. Bowman. wear for men, youths and au-Mrs. T. M. Wilson, of Bowling is for visit for Saturday and Saturday Green,Mr. here Mrs.u J, K. to her parSPECIALS und ents, Mount. Lnn-cnsl- cr 14, 1915 scvcrnl days. K, C. Jordan, proprietor of tho St. Asnph Hotel, has been quite ill for , PE-RU-N- Heard About Town A Klnnfnrd Innkn llirp n hnnmict hall deserted today Everybody who could get off wet to Crab Orchard to be with the Boone Way Boosters. George L. Picket be n candidate tive of Shelby. He Mrs. Will Scvcrnncc, will very prob-nbl- y for Representais a brother of of this city. bank account ????? hXve you a All Blood Disorders Quickly Driven Away AttMithiit Rttiltt With Ids tnaliti llsta Purifitr Evir Discovtml. round trip. The train leaves the depot here nt 4:15 o'clock in the morning. The L. & N. will run an excursion to I tnrinnnti Sunday nt $1.75 for the J. T. Wilkinson is nt home for n few days with his parents, Mr. anil Mrs. E. D. Wilkinson. He is doing some spccinl work for the Census department at Washington. Dr. On., was FIRST NATIONAL BANK Burrows, of Amrclcus, president of the Southern Bnptist Convention. The election, which enme directly after the opening services, wns unanimous. Elliott Jones, son of J. P., formerly of Stanford, was here this week, with b friend, J. T. Wilkinson. Mr. Jones is traveling for n Indies' ready-to- wcar house of Cincinnati. D. D. t went tend land pany Carrico, telephone manager to Louisville Wednesday to atthe conference of the 'CumberTelephone nnd Telegraph Comn thut was held at the Henry Hotel this week. Wnt-terso- Phillips, has been confined to his room by stomach trouble. If he gets well enough he will Imvo in a few days for a N'orth Carolina resort with the hope of getting rid of the trouble. Thomas M. Phillips, of Phillips and Strength, Power, Accomplishment are nil Trotted In S. S. S. ilisnnlers become derJy ! eliminated from their presence. rooted In tho glnmls and tissues, nnd the Then, too. 8. S 8. has such specific) mistnkc Is mado of reporting to drastic stimulation on these locnl cells ns to o ilrups. These, only iiKKrnvato by causing their mutual welfare and a other nnd worro trouble" A host of peonsststanco to each other. ple know this to be true. They know In a very brief tlmo 8. 8. 8. lias tho irnm pninriu experience rtconstriictlva process so under control To cot rlcht down Into the Mood that retnnrknhln rhancra nn, ,lnt-I- . All Is vitiated requires 8. 8. 8. tho greutcHt erupt ho places heal, mysterious pain, and Mood purifier ever discovered. itches have disappeared, nnd from head to This rcmRrknMo remedy contains ono foot thero Is a conscious sensation of tho nctlvo purpose of which Is newed health. to stlmulato tho tissues to tho healthy Krom the fact that 8. 8. 8. Is purely selection of Its own essential nutriment a botanical preparation, It Is accepted hy nnd tho medicinal elements of this match- - the weakest stomach and has great tonic less Mood purifier nro Just ns essential to Influence Not ono drop of drugs or well balanced health as the nutritious mineral- - Is used In Its preparation. AsIc elemerts of the ments, grains, futs and for H. 8, B nnd Insist upon having It. Kupirn of our dally food. And If you deslro skillful ndvlco upon any Not only this, hut If from tho presence I matter concerning the blood and skill of some disturbing poison thero Is a local write to Tho Swift Specific Co., IOC Swift or general Intcrfcrcnco of nutrition to Hide. Atlanta. Ga. Do not allow sumo cause liolls, carbuncles, ahscemes and zealous clerk to larrup tho atmosphere In kindred troubles, 8. 8 8. so directs tho clonucnco over something "Just ns koo1" local cells that this poison Is rejected and ns 8. S. 8. Ilawarn of nil counterfeits. Pome Wood I pro-serproper-rclatlvI I I I Robert Nixon, n prominent farmer and horseman of the Wildie section of Rockcnstlc, was in town Wednesday on his way to McKinney to sec R. S. Scudder about some of his fine horses. Dr. G. G. Perry's fine Buick car broke a spring Thursday when it hit the Hanging Fork covered bridge too hnrd while a party was en route to the Craig sale in Boyle county. It had to be returned for repairs. ar-liv- ten-pou- Wny-nesbur- g, well-know- n I- well-know- n n, MEN'S SUITS 180-noun- d d e, RareBargains 40-nc- McKinney. Those making the highest score during the afternoon were Misses Lottie Carson and Lyle Cooper. Miss Lyle Cooper, who has won more games than any other member of the club will he entertained by the other members, as her reward. Delightful salad anil ice courses were W. M. Mahan, of Lancnster, says served. that Mr. Harris, the agent from the Children's Home at Louisville, took Entertains at Rook. dinner with him Tuesday. He Miss Mary McRobcrts Bruce was said the three Kjdd children whom he and Mrs. .Mahan took to the home the attractive hostess of a pretty have nil been adopted into good fam- Rook party on yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. II. J. McRobcrts ilies and are well satisfied. on Logan avenue. The house was occabeautifully decorated Speaker Champ Clark of the Na- sion in spring blossoms for the most and was tional House of Representatives, said attractive. At the conclusion of the it was his opinion that no extra ses- game delightful ices nnd cakes were sion of Congress would be called be- served, the scheme of red nnd cause of the sinking of the Lusitnnin. white being color enrried out. Mrs. McHe said fuither: "The less'people talk Robcrts assisted the host in enterabout this disaster the better off the taining. The following guests were country will he." present: Mrs. Lou Bailey Shanks, Mrs. Carroll Shanks, Mrs. Anna D. .Miss Ida Holtzcalw purchased last VanArsdale, Mrs. W. A. Tribble. Mrs. week of U. S. Traylor his property on E. J. Brown. .Mrs. (I. G. Perry, Mrs. Portman avenue. Mr. Traylor and H. J. McRoberts, Mrs. Joe Rice, Mrs. family have moved to their farm in Sam Owsley, Mrs. Wm. Severance, the country. Miss Holtzclnw has rent- Mrs. Albert severance, .Mrs. U. K. ed this property to J. II. Hill and Tate, Mrs. S. M. Saufley, Mrs. Robt. family, of Louisville, who will move Bruce, Mrs. H. M. Noe, Mrs. John here soon. The price of the property Baughman, Mrs. Wm. Baughman, is private. Mrs. John Chas. Osborne, Mrs. Mat-ti- e Kirby, Mrs. J. B. Paxton, Mrs. J. James T. Menefee. of Knoxville. B. Foster. Mrs. Jas. Woods, Mrs. J. Tenn., who is with the Forest City C. Hays. Mrs. R. M. Newland, Miss Paint Company, has established a dis- Jennie Warren, Miss Sue Rout. tributing point nt Lexington for this For Secretary of State. paint, with Smith, Watkins, Darnaby Company, a n firm of Lex When I announced my candidacy ington. Mr. Menefee has1 ordered six for Secretary of State in December car loads of paint to be sent to Lex last. I stated that I did not enter the ington. Un account of the increase race at the urgent solicitation of of business, it was necessary to have friends, but of my own volition. The another salesman, so George G. Men- fact was, nobody had asked me to efee, who has been with this com- run, but the proffers of support that pany with headquarters nt Syracuse, I immediately received, and am still w. l.. tor some time, will be civen receiving, seem to indicate that a the place. Mr. Menefee will have large body of voters was getting his headquarters at Stanford, where ready to urge me to enter. he has a host of friends, who are My reasons for becoming a candiglad to learn that George will be so date were that I feel duly capable located ns to spend a part of his time of filling the office with credit and in this city. ability, and n desire to be of real service to the State and party that 1 have so long and so cheerfully MIDDLEBURG. given my best support, without preDr. J. G. Carpenter, of Stanford. vious to this time seeking or desiring spent two days of last week with Dr. reward. I now nsk the Democrats to gratify my ambition, promising if .M. lianey. Miss Bettie Royalty returned from they do, to discharge the duties of the office in a manner that will reflect Danville Saturday, where she has credit on it and them. been visiting relatives and friends. My Democracy is unquestioned; I Rev. h. G. Martin bnntized eicht persons at Liberty Sunday. They were have never faltered in my support of tne result of a meeting held at the its men nnd measures; I have tried to Bnptist church by Rev. J. L. Dotson. live a life above reproach and to be Rev. J. S. Tnvlor remains ouite ill of service to my day and generation. and his friends have dispaired of his I have never held or sought office, recovery, tie is about 80 vears of ace but I do want to be Secretary of State and the trouble seems to be n general and trust my brother democrats will give me that support which will ingreak down. I he temperance people will make sure my nomination, to be the forean etlort to hnve 11. V. MeChesney runner of a triumphant election. W. P. WALTON. candidate for the democratic nomina tion for Governor, come to this coun"Samion" Tonight. ty and make at least two speeches. very few democrats here took in Don't forget to go to the opera the Stanley speaking at Liberty last house tonight and see "Samson," the week, in fnct, very few democrats most sensational dramatic photodra-m- a here are interested in Mr. Stanley exever produced. J. Warren Kercept in his defeat, to which thev will rigan in the leading role as "Sam-sou.- " contribute at the proper time. Special nnd appropriate mu e have some rather amusing com sic has been ararnged. This picture present high price of is in six parts, GOO scenes anil 2,000 ments on the R. T. Miller, our blacksmith. players. It will be worth your mo-- l flour. ' says he found a biscuit in the road. now 39-- 1 and mentioned it to a resident of that section who could not account for it, as there was none in that community lie thought iiKeiy it had been dronned by a traveling man. It is being told here that the late grand jury got in its deadly work on several persons in this vicinity. It is to be regretted thai such a state of affairs existed that the courts had to take hold and straighten them uot. However, we hope that matters have been exaggerated und that these young men will be able to prove their innocence. It seems that we need not fear that we will be? without a representative in the next General Assembly. We have six candidates for a seat in the Legislature und in their speeches nt Liberty, announcing their candidacy. all of them promised to do the "very best tney could" In the event of their election. Their speeches were a little amusing nnd reminded us somewhat of Friday afternoo'n hack in our school days. well-know- Dixie Rook Club Entertained. Mrs. John Owsley Reid entertained the Dixie Rook Club on yesterday afternoon in a charming manner at her There were home in the country. four tables and the guests were Mrs. G. B. Cooper, Mrs. E. C. Wnlton. Mrs. K. D. Pennington and Mrs. Bessie SUMMER SHOES. IT IS TIME FOR EVERY MAN TO BUY LIGHT COMFORTABLE WORK SHOES FOR THE HOT SUMMER WEATHER. WE THINK OUR LINE OF WORK SHOES ARE THE BEST TO BE HAD IN BOTH QUALITY AND IN PRICE. WE HAVE T . "5 " J THESE $3.00.-B- IN BLACK, STYLES TAN AND PEARL, VALUES AT $2.00, $2.50 AND AND SURE SEE YOU THESE BUY. BEFORE S : I If "mTj 3Psfc PHILLIPS AND PHILLIPS Costs Less Bakes Better 7imWK CALUMET BAKING POWDER Night: Ladies' Shirt Waists, 50c quality at 39c; $1 quality at 79c; $1.25 quality at 89c. HAVE YOU BEEN SICK? D. D. D. forltvtnr- -' The Standard Skin llemrdj THE BARGAIN STORE, Salem & Instant Relief For All Safer??. Skin Troubles Guaranteed Remedy Drug Co. New Stanford 77i! Is so essential, nothing has ever equaled tuuiueu wiiu dcoiis iiinuuion, because its strength sustaining nourishment invigorates the blood to distribute enerpvthrou .limit tliftirli,.utitl,.ft.tnli value sharpens the appetite and restores a uioitu iu nra-uaiuiui,ilnu'M KTiuancni wuy. -m If vnil H.nuu,. overworked or lack strength, get Scott's j is iree irout aiconoi, nuiuuiuu bctt it Udvroc, UloomtitlJ, N. J, u -,l-.- ul Then you realize the utter weakness that robs ambition, destroys appetite, and makes work a burden. Tfirpfttnfil lt.lf Blr.nrrfli nn,lcl.Hl. ,!,.( to lutal aMII'illoii, m lliey runnot Train lu iIImumiI liurtlon ut the ear TLrrv la unlr iu way tuittrv dafci-t- , and Ibit la I'X cuuBlllullou-a- t rruirilli a. IVaM.Ha la tauutl lr an Indauiril of tlif luuivua UnliiK uf ttitf Uu.tarlitau lut'. Wlirn I lila lulw la lutlaluid )oUulhatn a warn rumMtiiff amiiid vr luitrfict brsrlrg, la Hi. riault. auJ It la niilrth- - tlwu'd unUaa L intJawtuatlun tan I luk'ii out anil Ihla tut ritturrd to Ita uuriual nsiOlibm, out vf Mill U d'triyrl furewrt iiluo eat tru r cauavil tr Catarrh, Htilrk la hoiMuit but au IntUuird cviidittt'ii ut tti tuiwua aurfai'ta, will l On lluudml IMlara lot au; raaa ef Ikwifut' (rnUK-If valarrb) Ibat rannot Im rurnl by llall'a Catartb IMrr. Nrud fir clrci lart, frit. I'. J. CIIU.N11V i. CO., TwltOo, O. Deafness Cannot Be Cured fl;'J IS.' of high liing M 1 I f ' raised food. Insures wholesome food.tasty Is made riabt to sell right to Kike right. Ak ono of tho million! of u omen w bo use it or usk your grocer. 1 one thing you arc looking for in these days cost Calumet insures a wonder But it docs more. ful saving in jour Iwklng. -- ECONOMY-t- fs SS Mag fc, ,rf ALUME !( Oiluimt RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS World'a PurV Pood Kxpoutlon. Chicaio. IU. I'ajil Expoailloo, Fiance, March, 1912. .. llNKlall, TSa. Take UU a ttuillj I'llU for wsitliatleu, So'd tr Ta I'a aral a.ia . HiiawiaMTil arca"r atria aUkrat-ai.- ea .. - caa mum lu nl icauu. lutaui u in ... wua". '" iwi"t. k,-- a, l. n.-.- .t Miaanw auia, i aaa . ' i . I i ' nHPfl U i v;i The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, May 14, 1915 tf? Our Entire Millinery Stock Will Be Placed On Sale During The Next Ten Days at Tremendously Reduced Prices. Millinery at prices that represent but a fraction An opportunity to buy Millinery High-Clas- s g 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-changin- A THE WEATHERFORD CO., Hustonville. 1 Farm and Stock News DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLE !. :. m riM .,1 u im- - II POSTED. Henry Mcnde. Col. E. II. Tavlor. Jr.. sold a year ling bull, the first calf ever shed oy fecting Them. his $1:2,400 bull, Woodford (Ileau Perfection) to C. 15. Smith, of Fayette. .Mo., for S 1.000. Lexingtonian. In hU sneceh to a lame audience Ncvin Carter reports that so far at Marion, Ltttlenilcn county, mis this has been the best season he hni .week, II. V. McChesney. a candidate evci had with his chnmpion draft for the democratic nomination for stallion, Voltaire. The farmers real- 'governor, demanded that the people ize the superiority of his colts and are of Kentucky have as much right to .iy-- 1 taking advantage ol It. vote on the question of state-wid- e WE HAVE A NEW LINE OF C. K. Martin, the Danville RtocK prohibition as they have upon the dealer bought of Jason Taylor about question of working convicts on the BEACHES, SERGE PALM 100 acres of his farm lying on the roads, taxation or any other public COATS AND MEN'S, YOUNG Stanford pike two nnd a half miles question of vital importance, and from Danville. The land is improved pointed out that it is a basic funMEN'S AND BOY'S LINEN and sold for $125 per ncre. damental of democracy that the ma"Old Bill. Crit Eubanks' old fami- - jority of the people shall have the AND PALM BEACH PANTS. ly horse, which he has driven for 17 privilege and right to say what their years straight, died Ihursday and he wishes and desires are on these imfeels as if a member of the family portant issues. Mr. McChesnev raid: were dead. Old Bill was 22 years of "In demanding that the whole peoage. He fell a few days ago and lock ple shall be allowed n ote on the jaw set in causing his death. question of prohibiting the manufacCol. T. A. Rice, P. W. Carter. B. ture and sale of intoxicating liquors, each claim to have the finest colt by I am but insisting on a well recognisOF EVERY DESCRIPTION. the great saddle horse. Kentucky ed principle of democracy. The demoPANAMAS AND LINEN HATS Gentleman. Ncvin Carter says it looks cratic party has always believed in i to him like it will take the K. of P. giving the whole electorate a voice .10-- 1 fair to settle the matter. in the settlement of any great quesi Judge V. M. Myers, of Hustonville tion atfecting their welfare. The BAREFOOT SANDALS FOR bought of R L. Berry. J. X. Cash, quarter of a million Democrats in THE WHOLE FAMILY. (Emmet McCormack, J. Beck, Eph Kentucky know that this is their 'Newell and D. O. Lewis, a d of right, and they will want some exto 7e. He shipped planation when men seeking their jhogs at G OXFORDS FOR DRESS WEAR Only .,11. support deny them this right. liiVlll IU Vllll.lllll.,1 I I 1IU1 Plltl d Myers sold a Monday bought recently two candidates for Governor THE "SELBY" FOR THE LAat the same figured rnd lost $3.00 in the Democratic primary have made on, the load. speeches in which they devoted much DY WHO WANTS HER FEET Patterson & Rouse, of Pavne's De- time to a discUMsion of "personal lib 1 cmrrci X&Kaoniis pot, sold to Col. E. II. Taylor, Jr., of erty," confiscation of property, and TO LOOK NICE. OUR SIZES ProFrankfort, ten head of registered to a denunciation of State-wid- e YET. ARE NOT BROKEN Hereford cattle, all the get of Hcau hibition. Any on- - reading their Perfection 17th. The ten cattle will speeches will naturally infer that be added to Col. Taylor's Woodford they are not willing to nllow the peoCounty herd, which is headed by ple a vote on the question. To opx enn nnn prohibition is one H'.l..-- AU. UUll,UUU, il lUilll UTU- - pose State-wid- e I1UUU1U1II STANFORD. Ither to Beau Perfection 17, and for thing, but to oppose the right of the which Col. laylor recently paid $12,-10- people to vote on it is quite another Col. Taylor's herd is now one of thing. No good Democrat can deny the finest in the world. Lexington- the people this right. And the canian. didate who thinks he can dodge n Among the marcs from a distance specific declaration on the subject TO THE PUBLIC. that have been sent to the court of will have to guess n;rain. No evad Rowland Peavine, is Creole Sue, by sion, no dissertation on I represent the largest and best Montgomery Chief, and out of the "personal liberty" will take the place clothing house in this dam of Hex Peavine. James Hock-udu- of a plain, straightforward statement who owns the mare, is looking as to whether they are willing to alYour Property in the country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago forward with at low the Democracy of the State n vote III. My experience in measuring and the outcome great anticipation of this mating. Jack on the question. The gentlemen had directing the maxing of your clothes, Twigg, of the same city, has sent a as well be screwing up their courage, lit tne advantage over one who full sister of the champion Hazel for the public is going to insist on a Fire Insurance Co. is not a practical tailor. If you will Dawn, to be mated with the great plain statement of their attitude on give me your order I will promise young son of Rex Peavine nnd this vital question. of Hartford, Conn., you a square deal. You will get the Rowland Peavine is owned "These same candidates are a bit with worth of your money, cither in the by C. L. Dudderar of this city and mixed on another question. They cheapest grades or the higher priced. will be remembered by horsemen as wax eloquent in defense of "personal SALIN & SMITH, Agents My SPRING and SUMMER line of the high styled chestnut yearling that liberty," and in the same breath ask samples are now ready for your in- so greatly resembled his sire that R. the public to believe that they are spection. Call and let me show you. S. (Dick) Scudder showed in 1913. deeply in love with the County Unit Stanford, Kentucky I wonder ir It has ever ocLaw. H. C. RUPLEY. the Practical TailcW Meet After FortyOdd Year. curred to either of the gentlemen Capt. J. V. Adams, a member of just how awkward he appears in the Wolford's Cavalry, and John Babe-har- t, dual role. To Vote a county dry o fthc same regiment, met last under the County Unit Law is to week at Liberty, for the first time in deny to every wet man in the county over forty years. After many congrat- his 'personal liberty' to buy or sell ulations by their friends and com- booze. No 'personal liberty' advorades, Capt. Adams rtns brought to cate can declare himself for tho Danville by his friend Gabehart, and County Unit Law without creating a remained a week visiting his brother, grave suspicion of his sincerity; the Richmond Pastes Oiling Ordinance. Joshua Adams. They were invited to iwu iiusiiiuns .ire uusoiuieiy incom- ' The city of Richmond has passed the hospitable home of Mr. J. F. patible. To vote the State dry is no Buy your Twine now. This may be all we Mills, of the 10th Kentucky Infantry, greater interference with the personal Ian ordinance requiring oil to be n where they partook of a sumptuous liberty of a man than it is to vote his spread on the streets under the super-'visioof the mayor, and at the cost dinner yesterday, after which many particular county dry. The public can get this season at the price. Don't hearty handshakes were given them. (will be afforded a lot of amusement of the abutting property owners in during this campaign by the antics of proportion to the nsessed value of Cajit. Adams' home is at Corbin. delay; you will need it. Danville Advocate. Capt. Adams lived wet candidates in their efforts to 'the property. This is doubtless the hero a long time and is pleasantly make the voters believe that they are most equable solution of the project, of oiling streets, but if such un remembered by a large circle of for tho Countv Unit Law." were passed by the Stanford friends. He spent several days here 'council, we would expect to hear kickon his return home. Notice to Property Owners. ing galore. Any one having fences or any othWants Damagei. the bounds of Commercial Club for Crab Orchard J. Q. Howland, clerk at the Veran- er obstructions within Lincoln the turnpike roads An enthusiastic Commercial Club da Hotel, has engaged Attorney T. J. is hereby notified of removecounty, to same Hill to bring suit against the Q. and within fifteen days of this notice, as was organized at Crab Orchard the 'other night. Mr. W. E. Perkins was C. railroad for $3,000 damages. Last escribed by Acts 1910, Chap. 80, elected president, J. Thomas Cherry, fall while the depot at McKinney was pi Paragraphs 52, 511 and 5(i. and II. G. Skilcs. sec- being worked on by carpenters, Mr. Any fence being in tho way of retury. The membership includei Rowland fell from it one night. Ho tho road niacl.lin.-iwill be claims that the company did not take moved olf the right of way and costs the nest business men or the r.ast they the proper precaution by placing red of removal will b assessed against End capital and Wuy propose to go and any other after the Uoone lights where the platform had been the owner of the property. 'good things that promise to conn torn up and that he stepped into n No fences, beneficial their way. hole in it and sustained painful in- to rouds, will except when to be allowed remain juries about the shoulder and side f!nuib,nA, f .r,..ii. nirilnnnil ll.li within the bounds of the right of ,w, muiviiiui You may obtain the charter Haycraft, of ..,..w,v.(j imimm.n con way. Edmonson county, Medical authorities agree that width of any road by upplying to victed of grand larceny nnd sentenced PnlliU fit tnfatlrM1U In crsiwrn ! !,. County Hoad Engineer, to the penitentiary for a teim of one children with colds arc barred from J. L. McKEE RIFFE, to five years). Haycraft was sent to schools, bpring's changing weather 3U-'County Roud Engineer the penitentiary last November, and brings mnny colds. The quickest and since that time his wife has died, safe way to stop colds, coughs and To Speak on Alfalfa Here. leaving u family or eight children, croup is to givo Foley's Honey and J, Owslc.V NewlAIld hits lecelved ranging in ago from eighteen mouth Tar Compound. For sale everywhere. word fiom T. R. Bryant, of the State old to fifteen years. Experiment Station at Lexington, Joined The Forder. We have just unloaded a car of Lehigh Portland Cement Dr. Oscar Durham, of Casoy, came that he will be here at n date soon to Bridge Over Cedar Creek Closed. mnke at our warehouse. If you are in the market for cement this address to the The bridge over Cedar Creek, on up this week and drove one of those be selected toLincoln ancounty on the the Crab farmer's Orchard and Stanford pike, is a chance you cannot afford to overlook. Lehigh is a cement lord touring cars that Anderson & growing-o- f of alfalfa. Interest in tho wil he closed from Monday, Mny lUth McCarty are making a specialty of. which gives you the best value, for it is ground to such a He came up with E. C. Moore und cultivation of this great forage plant to June 20th, during which time it Fineness that it makes the strongest concrete. wife and was so pleased with Mr. grows each year among the fanners will be replaced with u new one. PerMoore's Ford that he decided to havo of Kentucky und Mr. llryant is mak- mission has been given to pass ing a specialty of its study mid through tho Garner premises und the one himself. 'spends a large part of his time go- creek can be fouled by all classes of ing over tho state instructing farmers vehicles. McKce Riffe, Road EnClip the 25 Vote Coupons. 'us to the best means of its cultiva- gineer for Lincoln County. 37-.'tion und rare. on many of the largest municipal and paving has been used The Court of Appeuls has decided Our "Jitney" Offer This and 5c that prison guard suing for buck pay contracts throughout the country a good test of its reliability. DON'T MISS THIS. Cut this slip. after being discharged, loses his It will give you the best satisfaction in your concrete work. cnclose with five cents to Foley & right to recover after wullting two Co., Chicago, 111., writing your name years. The decision applies to u numCome in and let us figure on your requirements. land address clearly. You will receive ber of cases recently tiled. in return a trial package containing FOR SALE BY J. H. BAUGHMA'N A Cd. The College of ISishops of tho 'Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, M.,l,.i.1la DANVILtE, KY 'for coughs, colds and croup. Foley iuviiiuuioii ''I,,.... I. ,7uuiu, ,.ot....l.... (.) viiaiiii. C.....I. yvaiviuuy Kidney Pills, and Foley Cathartic adopted a resolution praising the OFFICE NEXT LOQAN'S ST.MLft Tablets., Sold evcrwhere. course oi rresiuent Wilson. Hot Weather Clothing. To Permit People to Vote on Prohibition or Any Other Issue Af- WhBpw4 IStraw Hats I mM Kw tf car-loa- car-loa- III ROBINSON'S, INSURE made-to-ord- 1 1 0. long-winde- y, Old Connecticut Uour-bonist- e. BINDER TWINE. Try "GETS-IT,- " People were glad to see the good The I'nited States cabled to Ambassador Gerard fo. presentation to rains which were so badly needed. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Kirkpatrick. the German government a note calling attention "to the grave situation and family, were guests of Mr. and Now, Simple, Common Seme Waj. which has resulted from violation of Mrs. A. I. Thompson Sunday. Several young people from here atAmerican rights on the high seas, culYou will nrer know how rralljr tended the haptUing near Turners-vill-e It Is to et rid ( u corn, until you bar minating in the sinking of the Sunday. tried 'KT8IT." Nollilnit llkn H liai 100 with n loss of more than Utni Mr. Will Miracle has returned to titer ti'ii pnslurcil. It tnket ! American lives. The note expressed expectation "that the imperial his homo at Green river, after spend to apply it loan It lo to road tUU. II the Germnn Government will disavow the ing two weeks in llnrlan. and little Mr. George Redmond acts of which the United States with that "they make reparation daughter, of Dunnville, are hero days. so far as reparation is possible." and relatives and friends for n few Davis spent SaturMiss Elizabeth that "they will take immediate steps- day night with Miss Florence llurk. to prevent the recurrence of any- j Misses Bessie nnd Etlle Daugherty thing so obviously subversive of the principles of warfare for which the were callers of Mrs. John Breedilove Imperial Germnn Government in the Saturday evening. Mr. Lee Kirkpatrick is working for past so wisely and so firmly contended." At is conclusion the note states Mr. Frank Davis this week. Misses Cordie Miracle nnd Pearl M III that no word or act will be omitted mV f )' ll ' Wl "nccpuRnrv to the nerfnrmance of its Hunker attended church at Blue l.trk snered duty of maintaining the rights j Saturday night. Mr. Howard Kirkpatrick. of Nenl's of the United States and its cituens, and of safeguarding their free e.or- - Creek was the guest of his cousin, Mr. Lee Kirkpatrick Saturday. t..im. f. SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB cise and enjoyment." Miss Grace Irvine, of Green river, Pursuit of the Russians in the Gn-Com.naln In Evry Ntrval U lacia and Carpathian campaign con- - was visiting here parents thin week. Mr. D. M. Robinson passed thru IKfttyll GCTSJ TV ll "Cli" Zrttr Con tinues, according to Berlin, with the) Sur.1,. QukU,! capture of large numbers of men and here on his way to Highland Tuesday. Mises llnssie nnd Ijiuni Miracle wlllilumfound jou, npivUMr It you bull quantities of war materials. The German War Oilke says the Toutonic were the guests of thoir cousin, Miv tried (rir7tlilti vltufur rornt. TvtnUropa In tlmfinll. Tbo allies have taken in this region 143,-10- 0 Lunette Hurst, Saturday nnd Sun appliedtirltt-U- .n then cciind rltftit oil, puln. corn romet duv. Russians and raptured sixty-nin- e or truulil'. It you Mrs. John Breedlove una out to see Irnly. without fuittiitf tiundlo out o( your cannon and 'J.Mi machine guns. tint e ever madsn In I Mrs. Steward. Monday. Another battleship, the Goliath, the her mother, toe with tsimlaiie: unsl thick, Miss Cordm Miracle will give a third that the British have lost since WilT-i- ll. you'll apprn begnn. song recital Saturday night, in honor the nttack on the Dardanelles um''aKTtf-IT.has been torpedoed by the Turks, and ' of her many friends. All are invited clalttthmiittrrmre hen you anlili. Out-ti- " n will Your nf tin. prnw nf 700 nr mnr nnlv to attend. nnd tfounlnit with knlvn. raiiim. fltei Mr. Will Miracle Is very ill at this ami (clxKim. and tho UHtr,T of blood 180, including twenty officers, were save). A British submarine in a writing, which his friends will be poltun are dnuunway with. Tr r "O (or any corn, callus, wad or daring dash through the straits into sorry to hear. liunliin. Ntt r full:. the Sea of Marmora, torpedoed two (iKTH-lIs Mild by druvKltta every Turkish gunboats and a large trans, Mr. McDouglr Made Dean. whi'f", So n lttle. or fill dlrict by K, port. In the Hou?e of Commons yesit April l.nr,'tli'0 A Co. I litcnito. regents The terday the announcement was made meetingboard of Dr. K. C.atMrDoiigle, elected that England is considering conscrip- Dean of the Eastern Kentucky State Sold in Stanford nnd recommended tion in order to raise enough men Normal School at Richmond, thus put- ns the world's best corn cure by expeditionary army. Premier ting him for its Shugar's Drug Store. educationat the head Asquith also announced a plan for al ilepartment.ThiK of thereleive Dr. will the interment of all alien enemies, Ornbbe of much of the tedium of his nnd as a result the riots directed will give him Inrge opporagainst German shops have practical- office nnd the administrative work of tunities in ly Nceased. will give him more The entire Italian cabinet has re- the institution and The docsigned, according to a message re- timeis to develop the school. the place tor an excellent man for ceived late last night. Earlier in the day it was announced that King EmCouple. A Seventy-Year-Ol- d manuel was doing everything in his Mr. nnd Mrs. T. B. Curpunter, to harmonize his Ministers with fower Pn suffered from kidney The Belgian army is reported to trouble for mnny yenrs but have been or have driven back the Germans on the entirely cured bv Foley Kidney Pills. He says: "Although wc are both in right bank of the Yscr. BOURBON POULTRY the seventies we are us tigorou as wc were thirty years ago." Foley KidDeath of Wife and Mother. CURE Mrs. Fannie Reed, wife of Charles ney Pills stop sleep disturbing bladder denn tlW throat of a raping ' weakness, backache, rheumatism and Reed, who lives near Willow Grove cbkkrn. ilrttro) thr worm school-housaching joints. Sold everywhere. anil tvc tho cltek'B life over in Boyle, died A few drop In the drioklnir of a complication of troubles. waicrcurc ana N'cwt White, former speakSenntor tl ugeil (i'J. Kesules her she is PRI2V12NTS DISUASI2 survived by a large number of chil- er of the Tennessee Senate, resigned For the Irratmmt ol While IUrrlirea InchkVi dren. For several years Mr., Reed and yesterday following the passage of an and llluckhcud and other llnair In tuiki) family lived on V. A. Rica'-- farm and alleged "spite" bill, i duiing thier so.'ourn in ih' county The bill barring liquor advertis- BOURBON POULTRY CURE HAS NO EQUAL made many friends who will Ic.rn of her death with regret. Tho l,u-i- nl oc- - ing in Alabama has been declared UncSOc hot tie make 12 nation u( medicine. cuired in Buffalo Springs cemetery! constitutional. Ihursday ntternoou. LATEST WAK NEWS MASON'S GAP. Its 1 Magic for Corns! Lusi-tnni- a, er i ;" j 1 lf corn-lfmlii- rorn-amin- ht liar-risbur- g, yes-tcid- hiK-ban- I I W.H.HiggillS, Stanford, Ky. To those having Farms, City Property or Business Investments of Any Kind For Sale or Rent. I have become a member of the Stafford Realty Co. of Kentucky, with headquarters at Mt. Sterling. We have UNUSUAL and UNEXCELLED facilities for advertising and finding buyers for property of any kind, located in any part of Kentucky. Our next Catalogue will be issued about the 15th of June. List your property with me at once and let me find you a buyer. 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