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No. 40 The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, May 18, 1915 Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss ." This li Stopi Whta Tom Tin Wttek the Data Oa Label aai Rcntw Yonr Snbicrlpt'oa Promptly, op Ppr Tuesdays and Fridays Clip Fill In the Nomination Blank Below and Nominate Your "Favorite" In the Big Race HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE INTERESTED IN BIG TRAVEL l.ydia Wed die Annn S. Reynolds Mnblc McClure Olgn Mvers Irene Morgan 3,150 ROUTE OF BOONE WAY 4,350 PLEASES ALL PARTIES 1,525 1,375 1,100 Final Location Is Made at Largely 2,(350 Prudence Fcrrcll McKinney, Grnce Jones Mnry I). Heck Ky, 1,000 1,500 EVERY DAY IS NOMINATION DAY. IF YOU HAVE NOMINATION Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss GREAT PRIZE DISTRIBUTION ATTRACTS ATTENTION IN AM. Miss Miss PARTS OF CONTEST TERRITORY HUNDREDS OF CLIPPED COUPONS FROM THE PAPER ARE BEING SENT IN Miss DAILY BY SUBSCRIBERS, CANDIDATES AND Miss Miss FRIENDS OF CONTESTANTS HUNDREDS Hen OF DOLLARS IN PRIZES GIVEN Miss AWAY ABSOLUTELY FREE. Miss Miss TOUR AND PRIZE CONTEST. I.innic Jones Mary Bailey Julia row n Mnry Gaines F. Howard R11 Stella Taylor Ruth Cockings Ruth Tanner Mary Lois Gann Crab Orchard, Ky, R-- 3,825 1,200 1,825 4,225 3,075 1,000 2 3,325 R-- -l Torey Anderson, Wndie Thompson, R-- 2 R-- , 2 BEEN THINKING OF ENTERINC, SEND IN YOUR TODAY OR THE LIST, GET YOUR CAMPAIGN STARTED AT ONCE IT COSTS NOTHING TO ENTER OR TRY TOR ANY OF THESE VALUABLE PRIZES. ir YOUR NAME IS NOW ON Back Subscriptions and Renewals. In the I. J.'s Big Trucl Tour 55,800 votes $10.00 and Priie Content "Opportunity" is 10 yenrs H.U'J 12,(.()0 votes knocking ut the doors of hundred of 8 years 5.00 25,500 votes home In this section of the stutc. It 5 years I j ears 1.00 . 10,200 votes in knnckin nt your door. Arc you go:;.oo 3 years ing to let It pnss liy or are ou going li.ioo votes 'J years 0,(100 votes 2.00 Into take full advantage of It? The ,1,(100 votes 1.00 terior Journal is offering YOU the 1 year Our Guarantee greatest list of prizes ecr given away THIS BIC, VOTK OFFER IS in a similinr newspaper campaign in this section of the state and nil the GUARANTEED TO UK THE HIG prizes nie oiiVicil under the .r.ost lib- HEST AND BEST OF THE ENTIRE eral arrangements so it will not he nt CONTEST. So turn in your sub scriptions as fast as jou receive them. nil hard to win any one of them. If you hold them back with the exEnter Th Big Contest Today. pectation of securing bigger votes on Take advantage of this splendid tin in you will be disappointed. We Opportunity to win the I. eland Piano guarantee that no bettei offer will or a Tour to the I'annmn Exposition, lie made during the contest. or one of the other twelve Mication Questions and Answers. In onlei to at quaint the contesttrip. It costs you nothing to enter prizes. The contest will ants, pre-en- t or try for the and prospective, with .Miss Graie Thompson not interfere with your school, thu detail of the contest, we are pub- Miss Ada Muiphy or home lite and will not re- lishing below some of the questions .Miss hva Leach quire much of your spare time. In that have been asked nnd other that Miss Enid Flinn fact if sou wish, you cun conduct are likely to be and the answers to Hubble, Ky. practically your whole campaign by same. Miss Suie Rankin mail and the content manager will Q. How do I enter the contest? Mis. J. Lee Murphy furnish you letters already printed to A. Clip, fill hi the nomination blank Stanford, Ky. send out to your friends. The hardest below with your name qjid send to Miss Patience Calmese part of a campaign of this kind is to the Contest Manager care of Inter Miss Anna Lee Eubanks tret started but after nu do and jour ior Journal, Stanford, hy. Printed Miss Martha S. Runey friends learn that you intend to make matter and full instructions will then .Miss Ida Pettus an active race, they will be chid to be sent the prospective candidate. Miss Lyle Cooper help oii uml cm wilt have no trouble Q. Does it cost anything to enter or Mrs. I.uiy Miller Hartley in securing votes and suhfcriptions. try for the prizes? Miss Kiltie Jones Do not put the matter off any longer A No. Neither do you have to be Miss Elizabeth Holtzclavv but commence your campaign today. a subscriber to the paper. Miss Elsie Coleman Send Tor The Printed Matter. O. May I secure subscriptions out Mrs. Walter Jones If your name now appears on the side of my own district? Miss Anna Chancellor lint or if ou are a prospective candiA. Yes. You are not confined to Miss Margaret Dnvion date who lias been thinking of enter- your own district in securing sub- Miss Gertrude Wilkinson ing, write the Contest Manager, say- scriptions but may take them from Miss Mary Walden Gooch ing ou wish to make an active rare anyone , anywhere thnt they can bo Miss Josephine Urady and he will send you printed matter sent nt the regular postal rate. Mrs. Hugh Noc nnd full instructions for conducting Q. Where do I send the votes nnd Miss Roxie Jennings your campaign, Do not be afraid of subscriptions? Miss Bessie Clay Farris the long list of nominations which apA. To the Contest Manager care of Miss Bessie' Peek. 5 pear in the paper. cry few of these Interior Journal, Stanford, Ky. Miss Cora Nunnclley "candidates have et made a start and Q. When is the best time to start? Miss Carrie Anderson, 4 so far, we have more prizes than acA. You will find no better time to Miss Eva Kankin tive workers. With the exception of get started than right now for under Miss Fannie Scott, Rtho capital prize, contestants need the big Triple Vote Offer, your sub- Miss Anna Milburn only compete against those in their scriptions will bring the greatest pos- Miss Oni Farmer, 3 own district for any of the prizes. sible number of votes. Miss Dolhe Wilcher We Invite nominations from popuQ. How many prizes nre there'' Miss Delia Lawrence, R1.1 prizes. The Capital Prize and in both lar and ambitious candidates A. Goshen, Ky. districts. There is n splendid oppor- twelve district prizes. Miss Ellen Scott Q. How nre Votes secured? tunity for liv c candidates to enter and Waynesburg, Ky. pick up one of the prizes very easily. A. In two ways. First. They may .Miss Cora Singleton be clipped from the paper. Second Bet Time To Start. Miss Mnry Warriner Right now is the best time in the Votes are given on back subscriptions Miss Edna Reynolds and renewals. The llest and Quickest Miss Vesta Simms, R- -l whole contest to commence jour campaign for the Biggest nnd Best Vote way is to get your fi lends to Mis Se!.T.2 EaLar.lw, Rinscriptions Miss Maxic Brnswell, Rin lenew their Offer of the Contest is now in force and and )ou get three times the usual show give the votes to you When you Miss Sosliia Muncie your you intend number of votes on all subscriptions. to make an fiiends, race, really will be Miss Margie Illaekcrby R-- 3 Under this increased schedule, votes glad to help active you thev have no Miss Lei in Gooch nu and will on subscriptions count up very rapidDISTRICT NO. 2 and subly nnd with u very little effort new trouble in trccuring votes Lancaster, Ky. scriptions. Miss Elsie Morris. candidates can gain a load in a short Q. Are Votes transferable and can Miss Kathleen Walter time. Below is given the details of the they be bought? big vote offer. A. Votes are positively not trans- Miss Florence Dawes The content has been slow in startMiss Ella Henry ing nnd in order that new candidates ferable and they cannot be bought. Miss Stella Conley They must be clipped from the paper Miss mny get n good start in tho big race, Lillie Mav Sutton secured on subscriptions. we have decided to put on the big- or Q. I haven't very much time. Can I Miss Martha Tinder ingest and Best Vote Offer nt once Miss Lillie Jones letter? stead of later In the route t. Those conduct mv campaign by you A. Yes. We will furnish the let- Miss Kate Ilamm l whose names now appear on the list Miss Willie Wilkinson nnd thoe who have been thinking of ters already printed. Advise the Con-te- Miss Lena Schoolnr, RManager us to how many jou can entering will find no better time to Mrs. Stella Perkins start their nimpaign than RIGHT use. Q. Where do jou keep the Ballot Miss Katie Barnes Dickcrson With the BIGGEST NOW. AND Miss Cora Perkins BKST VOTK OFFER OF THE CON- Box? A. At the Interior Journal Office. Miss Faye Acton TEST now in force vou get more thnn Miss Bessie Prather three timei the usual number of Contestants and their friends may deCoy, Ky. votes nnd with it very little effort posit their nten there or they muy be Miss Pcachic M. Sanders you can easily gain a lead in the big mailed direct to the Contest Manager. Paint Lick, Ky. Q. Can the Contest Manager be race. Here is thu offer below. Miss Lulu MeWhorter reached by telephone? The Big Votes. A. Yes. Call the Interior Journal Miss Doeia Metcalf Triple votes will be given on both Brodhead, Ky. old nnd new subscriptions turned in Office and ask for the Contest Maun-Jtc- r. before Thursday, June 3rd. In adMiss Judith McCnll Q. What are the prizes? dition to this big vote inducement, we Miss Ada Wurd A. A I.ehind Piano, Tours to the Miss Ktta Sowder will give 2,000 Kxtrn Votes on every dollars' worth of new subscription's Panama Exposition, Niagara Falls, Miss Rica Hiooks turned in before Friday, Mny 28th, Detroit. Buffalo, Toronto, Atlantic Miss Etta Cable at 9 1'. M. Read this over carefully City and Mammoth Cave. A circular Mis. A. M. Iliatt for it is really two offers In one. Tho giving full details of these trips will Danville, Ky. schedule helow includes nil extra be sent upon lcquent. It theie is any point about the con- Miss Elizabeth Dyo votes. Subscriptions sent by mail will be accepted and counted under this test that is not fully understood by Mis Ora, Guthrie big vote offer if the envelope con- by the contestants uml their fi lends, Miss Bet nice Coughlin taining Mimo is postmarked not later write, telephone or call upon tho Con-te- Miss Joyce Tnjlor .. Manager. He will he glad to exthan II P. M.. May 28th. This gives Junction Cit, Ky. candidates living nt a distance an plain tho details ofthe contest and Miss Bessie Wright equal chance with those living close the contestants in getting started. Miss Gertrude Richardson to town. For your convenience, the contest Miss Lucy linnkla New Subscriptions, will be open until eight o'- Miss Mary Steele 10 years 117.800 votes $10.00 clock each evening. Miss Iiene Lyons 8 years 10.1,200 votes 8.00 Miss Sallie Gaddis HOW THEY STAND 5 years (19,100 votes 5.00 Miss Edna Steele DISTRICT NO. 1. (11,800 votes years 1.00 Shelby City, Ky .10,(100 votes 3 years Moreland, Ky. 3.00 Miss Lucilo Ciow 2 years 25,(100 votes 4,125 Miss Agnes McChord 2.00 Miss Minelle Pruitt 1 year 12,200 votes 1,000 Miss Emily Murphy . 1.00 Miss Mnry Hanson Liberty, Ky. -l -l R-R-H--l R--l sub-Mii-l -l R-- R R-st -l st as-si- st 1 2 Ella Rigsby Mamie Hotmail Miss Bessie Reynolds Mrs. Katie King Govcr It. R. Huitonville, Ky. Miss Roberta Plain 3,075 Miss Margaret Allen 3,025 Miss Annie Floyd 1,250 Miss Nancy Weddle 1,175 Miss Christine Lair 2,925 Miss llcedier Nevvbern 1,025 Miss Nora Ends .1,075 Miss Mnlinda Nave 1,125 Miss Sadie Baughman 1,025 Miss Clara Nunnclley 1,125 Miss Alice Gann 1,125 Mrs. Florence North 2,225 Miss Ella Rigncy 1,425 Mrs. Steve Walker 2,000 Miss Martha Tucker 2,875 Mrs. John Turpin 12,075 Mis Corn Kstes R1,000 Miss Mertie G. Martin, R1,000 Miss Gertie Elliott. l 1,00) Gilbert Creek, Ky, Mis Emma Houtzclaw 1,025 Miss Nell Buck 2,875 Preahersville, Ky. Miss Ruby Cress 1,075 Miss Currie Anderson 1,025 Mrs. II. I. Blankenship 2,025 Kings Mountain. Ky. Mis 1,125 1,000 1,500 1,325 1,250 1,025 3,850 3,225 3.825 3,250 2,025 1,000 2,025 1,000 4,000 2,875 12,975 4.350 2,(125 5,150 3,575 2,025 12,975 5,125 4,850 3.(125 2,725 2,050 3,025 2.875 2,425 .1,375 1,000 2,425 1,825 5.825 4,225 2.925 3,425 .1,875 1,425 3,900 1,850 4,325 1,(100 1,325 1,(100 1,825 1,150 1,000 1,000 .1,125 3,850 1,375 3,925 4,150 1,(150 2,325 1,925 1,825 1,975 1,000 1,500 1,000 1,(125 1,000 2,300 1,000 2,875 3,350 4,075 1,725 1,900 1.550 1,825 2,350 3,925 3,425 2,275 1,000 1,925 3,150 2,850 1,(100 2,150 1,250 2,050 1,425 3,150 2,975 2,(125 NOMINATE A CANDIDATE Nomination Blank Good For 1,000 Votes CONTEST DEPT., INTERIOR JOURNALi 1 hereby nominate as a candidate in your Big Travel Tour and Prize Contest! ... NAME .... NOMINATED i BY . Miss Mossie Hell Miss Gertrude Cundiff Bud, Ky. Miss I.ennie Burton Yosemite, Ky. Miss Ruby Lee Fogle Miss Sully Kstes Miss Gay Jones Miss Anita Wells Miss Evelyn Cash Middleburr. Ky. Miss Ruth Dye ...... Miss Stella Jones Arabia, Ky. Miss Lake Carter 2,350 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 . . Address Send necessary blanks and instructions. Note Only one nomination blank will be accepted for any one candidate. The names of those making nominations will not be Pike County Dry by 4,000. The local option election for Pike county Saturday resulted in u com plete victory ror the "drys." Out of 27 precincts, 25 give the drvs 3.995 inujority, Knox and Magestlc precincts polled only, two "wet" votes each. Only fifty-seve- n liquor votes were cast in Pikeville. $500 SADDLE STAKE HUSTONVILLE. FEATURE THIS YEAR Eleventh Commencement of High School is notable in excellence of every detail. Rev, A. II. Premium For Swine Will Alio Be "report Bnugh's baccalaureate sermon has no Truth Attended Meeting at Crab Or been pronounced by every competent Increased And Splendid List Is chard Friday. ritic, a brilliant classic in thnt long Offered By K. of P. Fair. That He Will Withdraw, Says Keenon igleaned field of nllcgorv nnd ndvicc. Danville Court Day "Dope." Rev. II, L. Calhoun, of Trnnsylvnnin, The route of the grcnt Boone Wny The director, of tho K. of P. Fair delivered n finished class address. His is settled, and the dream of James A smnll crowd attended court at to bo held nt Marct, of Mt. Vernon, Is about to Danville Monday nnd things generally subordination of Interests nnd conven ginning Aug. Stanford three days, be18, had an important ience to thnt service is testimonial of become u rcnlity. were dull snve in the political line his - meeting Saturday self abnegation. Final selection of the route wns No cattle were offered nt the pens lion fraternal were distinctively Giadua- nusincss tncy didafternoon and what essays not get tnrougn without made nt a largely attended meeting nnd very few privntc deals were anil with, they will endeavor to finish up of representatives from nil counties mnde. There was some activity In the the musty a ndjcctlvcs, phrases such at the meeting next Snturdny afterplatitudes familiar feature of affected at Crab Orchard last Friday. horse nnd mule market nnd several literature, evincing independence and noon. The premium list was completEstimates were made that fully n changcil hands nt $120 to $1(15. Buyoriginality. .Miss .Mnry renvyhouso ed nnd Is in the hands of the printer. thousand people were present, and nil ers for war horses were present and read u valedictory of pathos nnd It is hoped that it will be ready for were enthusiastic good roads advo- the demand far exceeded the supwhich was or rare magnetism distribution by the last of the week. cates. They camo from far nnd near ply. The cold, dry weather cnuscd to crowded nuditorium nnd aisles at The catalogue will be issued later. It and Crnh Orchard threw open her the farmers to feci blue over their the large Christian chuich. Professor was decided to continue the gntcs and gnve royal greeting to nit crop prospects and they were not in Robinson nnd tnlcntcd nssocintes have system, which has heretofore given the visitors. A special Reception high feather. Considerable damage displayed superior qualifications for (Universal satisfaction, and the secre- Committee wns named to make the to corn and other crops by cut worms their works nnd the Inrge percentage iwr "as onicrcu to. engage tne ser-o- f guests welcome nnd each did his part. were reported from several sections. the enrollment wheh "passed" on vice of, two, of the best judges of The committee was nended by R. I.. The candidates for circuit judge examination. In award of diplomas horse flesh in the State. This is the Collier, II. G. Skiles. W. E. Perkins, and commonwenlth's attorney were Professor Robinson's nbjuratlon of more expensive way, us two judges s, J. It. Willis, George Lyne, L. L. nil on hand nnd did lots of was refreshing in itsnrc required and their salaries and J. Thos. Cherry, John L. Kennnd The two Charles ipcnses will be some $25 or $30 a day. nedy and n bunch of other live Enst nogs nnu owners oi Vox and llnrdin ere well pleased The entertainment given by thei. A"mf.eB End boosters nnd they did their work with the dny's work nnd each told the pupils of the school here on Thursday hogs will be glad to learn that more well. I. J.mnn that he would win the nom- evening deserves much prnise. The than twice ns much money will be The delegates came mostly in au- ination. Lincoln county's candidate house was crowded and a splendid given ns premiums for that class of tomobiles and from late Thursday af- for commonwealth's attorney, J. S. program was rendered. The muse stock this year as last. Many rings arc ternoon up until noon Friday all Owsley, who by the way, is spending part of tho program which was giv- added nnd it is intended to make this pikes leading to Crab Orchard were the balance of the week in Mercer, en by Mifs Annn Floyd was was en- department a feature of the exhibiliterally lined with motor cars headed was more thnn satisfied with the day. joyed very much. The proceeds of tion. A judge from a distance, who s He had many assurances of support, this entertainment will go to help pay knows nil the good points nbout swine, toward the Springs. Fully 200 will be secured for the hog show. were parked nbout the famous some coming from sources which were for the school piano. There will be a colt stake this year, Will Peavyhouse, of Jackson, is springs hotel when the formal ses- agreeably surprising to him. Emmet sion was called to order in the after- Puryear, Boyle's entry, was on the here visiting parents and friends nnd as was last, and a premium of $100, job all day and reported excellent to attend commencement of nlma ma- divided in five moneys, will be given. noon. There must be ns many as ten enThe meeting at Crab Orchard was, success. Rodman Keenon, from Mer-ic- r, ter. Bowman Myers came over from tries nnd they must all be in by July denounces ns a fabrication, pure in effect, u continuation of the rout1st. The colt stake is ing done nt the first meeting of the and serene, that he has any idea of college at Lexington to enjoy com- csting ring and this always an enter- year's promises from the Common- mencement festivities. Koone Highway Asociation held nt withdrawing to be no exception to the rule. Miss Allie Yantis, of Lancaster, has Mt. Vernon a few weeks ago, when wealth's Attorney's rnce nnd running A saddle stake, for the best saddle for clerk of the Cour of Appeals. He restored Hustonville to her select list, the route was located as far as stallion, mare or gelding, any nge, Some expectation was held is in the race to stay and he talks as and is welcomed with cordiality, which will also be found in the premium should that considerable contention might if he is confident that his name will longer be rewarded by of toner and The association hangs up $500 list. for visits. develop over the routing of the Hoone go on the ballot this fall. Miss Bernice Allbcrton. of Tennes this, nnd as usual, it will be divided. There was no candidate for State ny from tho capital of Mercer on The entries to this will close Julv 1st on to Louisville, but by a happy com- offices on hand, but Bob Elkin, of see, is a charming guest of her cous- and there must be ten or more of promise suggested by the Fayette nnd the Lancaster Record, was distrib- ins. Misses Peavyhouse. Dave W. Allen, of Wavnesburcr. is tncm. uting bills announcing Owsley StanFranklin counties delegates an nnd fiftv dollars arrangement wns reached by ley's speaking at Lancaster Monday n familiar and most welcome person be Two hundred harness stake for will given in the t.hi which a hnrmonious meeting and and doing some "big" talking for ality nere. just now, best harness stallion, mare or gelding. agreement in every way was obtained his candidate. stake arc tne Very few Lincoln county people nnd all delegates left the meeting hap- ers. were nt court and fewer from the py. ffered in all As officially anil finally settled hy West End than in cars. Mercer had lies and thev will tip worth the meeting at Crab Orchard the a big representation, but it seems nan, who can be depended on to going after by the best stock there is Boone Wny is ns folows: Beginning nt that they just "happened" to come faithfully consider and administer to tne Cumberland Gap to Middlesboro, to and did not do so for any particular physicnj comforts of all estrays, even in The Mate. concessions rincvillc, to tlarhourville, to Uorbin, purpose or because of any oiganizcd to milking such tows as can't report by various sorts of arc being sought entertainers and promptly at the homo gap. to Loudon, to Mt. Vernon, to Crab effort. Adams Bros, hao a b.icl: annex there will be a number of free attracOnhard, to Stanford, to Danville, to The Welsh & Wiseman Co.'s build tions. The fair grounds will be put in Harrodsburg. At Harrodsbury the way ing is being rapidly razed and soon nearing completion which wilt uipply the pink of condition by the will branch. What will be designated the foundation for their mngnificont n long crying want of a Indies' lunch committee, which will begin ground its work ns the eastern loop will run from four or five story Business building P'lilor. in a short while. Very little building There nre heroes nnd heroes but will be necessary Harrodsburg to rvicholnsville, thence will be laid. It will be of terra cotta this year, but much to Lexington, thence to Versailles and brick, a beauty in every way and a none so great as he who giveth his straightening and cleaning up will be ife for fellow being. With what rever- done. Frankfort; the western loop will go marvel of convenience. from Harrodsburg to Lnwrenceburg, Owen Mclntyre, who is getting up ence do we uncover head and thank The committe on special premiums thence to Finnkfort, both loops con- stock and donations to build a hotel God for such heroism as young reported good work and the reports of verging at the State capital, the buri- for Danville, reports fine success. It and Archie Butts, who ga,-other committees showed thnt the al place of Daniel Boone and his wife; is understood that $15,000 in dona- their lives this ithets might live. gentleman have A"v.in ilure aio patnots and nat.i- - buckled downcomposing them from Frankfort the route proceeds tions is required and Mr. Mclntyre to business and are deover the old State pike to Shclbyville, has more than of the ots. What contrast between Tnft and termined that this year's fair shall be thence on to Louisville, the western amount pledged. It is stated that Teddy, late defeated candidates for the greatest in history of the terminus. Malcolm Weisiger, owner of the old presidency of the one Nation. Mr. This route was selected by a unani Clemens Hotel, will improve that Taft generously and humanely commous vote of the celegates present. building and make a modern hotel of mends the pacifia policies of PresiL. & N. May Change Its Course y each county affected being represent- it, giving "Little Britain" two good dent Wilson, whilst Teddy's In conversation with a gentleman erupts in clamor for war raed by two voting commissioners as hotels instead of none. who has been in the employ of the L. well as by a host of boosters. Fully In the preferential primary Situr-da- pine and murder. & N. for over thirty years Sunday. 1,000 persons were present and they W. S. Fitzgerald defeated R. D. nnd murder, lives, billions we were informed that it is not im- Millions of American taxed the capacity of historic old Brute for chief of police by 13 votes. Crab Orchard Springs for entertainTom Reed, guard at the stone quar- of money are mere bagatelles when 'prouame that that company would ment. The big majority came through ry, was knocked down with a shovel weighed against Teddy's prejudices change the course of the Knoxville in automobiles nnd hundreds of these by one of the men he was guarding and sentimentalities. But blood and division. He said that bv buildinir a short line from Springfield to connect were parked about the beautiful Saturday afternoon and painfully biggest game interest the butcher. witn the road somewhere south of grounds. HUSTONVILLE. wounded. The man who dealt the Response to a hurry call by our Lebanon, the company could save bePresident James Maret, of the blow is named Frank Moore and wr.s tween fifteen Boone Highway Association, rnlled Serving tinic stealing clllektl.s. alert and efficient Road Engineer tween Louisville and twenty miles beand this city. The L. with n carload the meeting to order in the afternoon. rour of the for bridge material, prisoners, mcludipg found it a cry of of The assembly room at the springs' Moore, made their escape, but the lat"wolf! wolf!" but a & N. has made many improvement on the Bardstovvn and Springfield divispatch of small hole needed. A case of hotel wns too small to hold the crowd ter urd one other were caoturej. which had to adjourn to the lawn out three black ciows. Isn't the County ion, bridges strong enough to run the heaviest engines over have taken the uoau car a ueauty ; side. An eloquent address of vvecome HIGH SCHOOL NOTES Reports from Crab Orchard pro place of the old ones and grades have wns made by W. B. Hansford, of Crab The Tennis Club have put. their duced an ntmospheie of gloom to us been cut down in several places. Said Orchard, which was responded to by ho: "I have believed for several years Emmet Purcnr, of Danville. Edgar court in fine older and aie very en- who failed to attend the road that the Knoxville trains would eventAlbright, of the Mt. Vernon Signal, thusiastic in their playing. Seats will Miss Isa Floyd is back after almost ually run that way and by the work was elected chairman of the general be placed near the court and the Club will' be glad to have those in- a year in Arizona. recently done on the Bardstovvn meeting and Guy fish, secretary of branch, I am more confident than terested come and watih the games. the association, as secretary. The Bach Club and the Mozart Take High School Examinations. ever that the line connecting that A call of the counties represented by voting commissioners showed the Club have had examinations on their Examinations of the graduates of branch with the K. D. will be built following with two votes each: Jef- year's work. The papers were graded the county comon schools for admis- very soon and that trains running besion to the high schools was held Sat- tween Louisville and Knoxville will ferson, Shelby, Franklin. Woodford, by Miss Mary Higgins and she them very good papers. Fayette, Jessamine, Anderson, Mer urday by the County Board of Exami- run bv Bardstovvn nnd Springfield Judging from the sounds coming ners. Twenty-tw- o cer, Movie, tianard, Lincoln, white pupils took rather than by Lebanon Junction and Whitley, Knox and Bell. These from the music and expression looms the examination and two colored pu- Louisville." commissioners then adjourned to the we think preparation for commence- pils. The list of those examined was as private assembly room to consider the ment is on and no joke. follows: Frank Cordier, Carl and Judge Benton Overrules Injunction. The Mozart Club will entertain the Franklin Ashlock and Vaughn Spoon-amorofficial route selected. Shelton M. Judge J. M. Benton overruled a Sauflcy, of Lincoln county, was chos- faculty and the Tennis Club Saturof Rowland; Mamie Brown, of motion for n mandatory injunction to King's Mountain, Keith Ellis and Carl compel the City Council, of Winchesen chairman of the commissioners' day afternoon with a tennis party. meeting, nnd J. M. Alvcrson. of An The Baih Club recital Monday Timberlake, of Moreland; Mae Gover, ter to grant saloon licenses. He held A resolution night, the 25th, is the last to be given of Hubble, Ilu Hunter, of Crnb Or- that under the county unit law a maderson county, secrotary. offered by n member of the Louis by the Club us a student body and it chard, Pat Tanner nnd Stella Peck, of jority of the voters had declnred ville delegation thnt postponement of gives promise of being the best ever McKinney; Jessie D and Bcttie Peak, against the sale of liquor in the city, tne final selection or the Uoone Way given. The Club will be assisted by of Turnersville; Nellie Davis of and expressed the opinion that the toute bo deferred for a month was de Mrs. D. S. Bromley, violinist and mack's Church: Edith Lvons. Ruth Council had the right to use its disfeated by u vote of 30 to 2. four students from the College of Fields, Sylvia Farmer, Margaret Lynn, cretion in regard to the matter of A resolution of Mr. Alverson pro Music, of Cincinnati: Misses Cather- isanena mciormack, Tabitha Martin, granting licenses. viding for the final official routing of ine Gregory nnd Elizabeth Higgins. Sam Sampson, near Stanford; The the Boone Way ns set out, was then voice; nnd Miss Lissa Holtsclaw and two colored candidates for examinaReynolds Goebel. carried by n unanimous vote. tion were Emma Anderson and Mary Mr. Harry Reinhurt, piano. Everett Reynolds nnd Miss Ella upon motion or n. i,. lurry, of After all expenses are paid, all Ellen Thomas. Goebel, both residents of the WaynesMeicer county, the chairman of the door receipts for the recitals given burg section, were married at the commission, and President Muret during commencement will be used Texas Swept By Floods. were empovveied to name a committee for the benefit of the Kxpiession nnd Another heavy rain swept Central homo of M. L. Datson Satuiday. By to organize formnlly the Boone High- Music Departments. Texas recently, and the Colorado the way, this was the second marriage way Association by the drawing up of River and smaller streams, were swol- license that County Clerk Cooper a constitution, etc., to be reCeorge W. Spangler Passes Away. len out of their banks. No deaths were has issued this month nnd only the ported biuk at a later meeting. This twenty-on- e added to killed there fourth since March 1st. George W. Spangler, u splendid Inst week, the committee, wns named ns follows: score of citizen und evConrederate soldier, still missing.but aAustin the persons arc For a Torpid Liver. James Maret, chairman; N. In rain wns so near or u Lurry, 11. .Mercer, h. S. Alcorn, of dieil ut his homeaged 85Crab Orchard heavy as to damage materially streets "I have used Chamberlain's Tablets years. .Mr. and hiidges. Persons in the lowlands V. Bnstin, of Gurrard, J. Sunday night, Lincoln; off and on for the past six years Lincoln county had to flee M. Alvcrson, of Anderson and R. M. Spangler came to from Lee County, Virginia, a number The property befoie inthe lising water. whenever my liv er shows signs of beAllen, of Favette. loss the State totals ing in a disordered condition. They The official resolution as adopted of years ago, und slncu then had re- many millions'. have always acted quickly and given by the commissioners nnd which final- - sided on his farm in the East End. me the desired relief," writes Mrs. F. ly located the routo from Harrods He was a gallant soldier nnd honorMason county went against the II. Trubus, Springville, N. Y. For able and respected citizen; a consis- bond issue for good roads. Less than burg on, read as follows: sale by all dealers. Whereas, It Is in tho interest of tent member of the Baptist church 2.000 votes were cast Kentucky nnd tourists thiough Ken- and will be mourned by many warm tucky and in the interest of Eastern friends. Besides his wife, who wns Kentucky that as mnnv towns ns nos. a Miss King, he is survived by nine sible be locnted on the Boone High-wa- y children, six sons and three daughTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL'S regardless of mateiiul mileage, ters. Funeral servkes were conductThis Ballot ed ut his homo this afternoon at two now theiefore, be it. TRAVEL TOUR AND PRIZE CONTEST Must Be Resolved. 1 hut it is the name of the o'clock by Rev. J. B. Jones, after Commissioners of tho Boone Highway which the remains of this good man Voted on or Association that at this meeting fur- were laid in their Just resting place Before ther routing he definite desiirnnteil in Cinb Orchard cemetery. us follows: May 28th Sick Headache. rrom Harrodsburg. to which tho Mrs. A. L. Lutkie. East Rochester. route Is now designated, the route will constitute the Blue Grass Loop N. Y., was a victim of sick headache of the Boone Highway, the cast fork and despondency, caused by a badly FOR DISTRICT No.. of which shall pioceed through weakened and debilitated condition Lexington, Versailles und to of her stomach, when she begun tak Address . , 1' rnnktort: and the west fork nf which ing Chamberlain's Tablets, She savs. shall proceed from Harrodsburg to "I found them pleusunt to take, also This Coupon, when neatly cut out and brought or mailed to ijiwrenceoiim anil ttience to Frank- mild und effective, in u few week's the Contest Department of the Interior Journal will count for the fort, cupltul of Kentucky und the time I was restored to my former person whose name is written thereon. buiial place of Daniel Hoouc, nnd good health." For sale by all dealers. thus constituting a loon to be known Contestants should clip and save the coupons and get their and designated ns thu Blue Gru- iThe- - Governor of Georgia received friends to do likewise. (Not good after the date above mentioned.) Loon of tho Boone Hichvvuv. cast ard -- ppcals from 75,000 persons usking west forks, respectively. And frcnt r life, sentence for Lee Frank. Hus-tonvil- le Frankfort, tho Hoone Wny shnll run thence to Shelby villc by what Is known ns the State pike, nnd thence from Shelbyvillc to Louisville. In per-tinan- one-jud- Snn-der- hand-shakin- g g. nu-to- nmi-cab- le . I Van-derbi- lt two-thir- blood-thiist- y, ts Kock-castl- e. e, Mc-C- oi 1' i Good for 50 Votes e, .... f-- kUfjA. ,(,.. X The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, May 18, 1915 CONDENSED REPORT To the Comptroller of the Currency by the LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK May 1st, 1915 Stanford, Ky. RESOURCES $323,597.40 Loans 137,650.00 Stocks Bonds and 10,750.00 Banking House Cash and Due from Banks 36,382.43 Total . I The Interior Journal WALTON & CARTHAGE WOMAN TELLS HAPPY STORY Mrs. Laura Duke of Carthaso, Tcnn., was a victim of stomach disorders for several years. Bho lost appetite nnd her weight fell off. Sho could not rest at night. 8ho took Mnyr's Wonderful Remedy just r few doses and found herself restored. In fact, Mrs. Duke's recovery wns so rapid sho was nfrald that It could bo only temporary. So sho wnlted from September, when sho took tho remedy, until the following February to pass Judgment. Then sho wrote: "I wrllo you In regard to your wonderful stomach remedy that I took last September. I feel better than I have in flvo years. "My weight was 127 pounds; now It Is 1474, and I can cat anything I want. I sleep well at night. I would have written before, but I wanted to sco how 1 got along." Mnyr's Wonderful Remedy gives permanent results for stomach, liver and Intestinal ailments. Eat as much and whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure of gas in tho stomach and around tho heart. Qctono botllo of your druggist now and try it on an absolute guarantee If not satisfactory money will be returned. SAUFLEY IN ADVANCE Editors nml Managers. GRADUATING PRESENTS! This is the closing week of work of the Stanford Graded School and next week will be filled with the Commencement exercises of one of the most successful years in its history. J It ! i i A TCAU BTKICTL.I t Krone' tnltrid tUui mail llt meCKr. ftilelfif a SUntri $508,379.83 LIABILITIES Capital, Surplus, Profits $206,099.79 98,000.00 Circulation 184,280.04 Deposits 20,000.00 Bills Payable Total t POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Tt Tninrinr .Tnurnnl In authorized to announce tho following candidates for office, subject to the Democratic primary, August 7th. 1015. For Circuit Judge C. A. HARDIN, of Mercer county. CIIAS. C. FOX,, of Boylo county. For Commonwealth i Attorney E. V. PURYEAR, of Boyle county. R. W. KEENON, of Mercer county. J. S. OWSLEY, Jr., Lincoln county. For Railroad Commutioner WM. F. KLAIR, of Fayette county. J. E. NEWMAN, of Nelson county. For Circuit Clerk JESSE D. WEAKEN. MARSHALL C. NEWLAND For Repreientatire in Legitlature W. G. GOOCH. Tlin nonnln of the United Stntcs have learned that they aro safe in leaving it to Wilson. Not only arc they safe, but the honor of the nation is safe in his hands. There have been times since he has been at the head of the nation that his course seemingly bordered on the puritanical, but the hot heads, the impetuous fellows have nearly all come around to the conclusion that he was right in war with the not precipitating Greasers. He has acted wisely again in allowing plenty of time for public sentiment nirainst Germany to spout and sputter and simmer down before ne IOOK luuun. u mium uc luiuuua for the United States to become in volved in war with Germany com mercially ruinous. But of all argu ments against it this is the most in significant and unworthy. J'crsons nnd nations fight for honor and not for mercenary ends. There is no doubt that we stand upon the threshold of a great prosperity; it is ourr to have if we steer clear of the fracas. In the meantime the American peo ple may trust with implicit faith tho judgment of the President, and may abide with patience his every act, ne the question involved great or small. President Wilson is the greatest man that has ever been at the head of the nation in many decades and it was a great day lor the country when the people in their wisdom put him there. EIGHTEEN GRADUATES Eighteen of the most popular young ladies and young men that any school ever turned out their friends will want to remember them with some little token of approvul not expensive but useful. So we want to remind you of the little things in our shop suitable for these little gifts For the Young Ladies Umbrellai, Low Shoet, Silk Hon these hoe we have in plain black, white, tan and tand color., black with white clocking and white with black clocking up the tide. I i I I t fcl $508,379.83 For the Young Men Tin, Silk and Linen Handkerchief!, Full Drett, Plaited Doiom, White and Fancy Silk Shirli, Silk Soa in black, tan, while, navy, purple and palm beach; black with white clock, ing, white with black clocking up the ide, Belli with plain or initial buck. In in black, tan, white, palm beach. Neck "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE" WHEN YOU PAINT USE "Tic Brand That Satisfies " H. & W. Pure Prepared Paint DURABLE PROTECTS YOUR BEAUTIFIES PROPERTY H. & IV. Paint works freely under the brush, covers H 1 U : M surface thoroly to stay covered, also leaves an attractive appearance. Never use cheap Paint (the Best is always cheapest in the end) therefore ask your dealer for H. &IV. Pure Prepared Paint and accept no substitute. High grade Paints have the analysis label on can. Demand and accept no brand of Paint that does not show analysis of its contents. : : SHUGARS' DRUG STORE, STANFORD, divorce suits on The twenty-fou- r the docket of Court which begins here Monday, do not speak well for the marital relations of the good county of Lincoln. That that many couples should have found marriage a failure is a sad commentary on those involved. The solemn bonds of mat rimony are too frequently entered into without thought and unhappy each unions follow. This unusual number of divorce suits, however, should not defer those contemplating marriage. but should make them consider better the partner they takj to travel : : life's journey together. For "Marriace richtly undestood. Brings to KY. A Paradisethe virtous and the good below." The official route of the Boone Way has been settled and all the counties interested have reason to feel happy and well satisfied. A tre mendous amount of interest in the cause of better roads has been aroused by this movement, and the credit for it is due to an humble mountain man who had the courage nnd the en ergy to go in and fight alone and sin until his enthusiasm has spread and all the state is interested nnd alive to what the srrent cause he has advocated means to all. Our hats are off to James Marct, of Mt. Ver non. LATEST WAR NEWS Germany is expected to reply to the American note before the end of the week, Washington dispatches state. Ambassador Gerard was given no in timation of the attitude of the Oer man Government. The German and Austrian Ambassadors in Washincton are showing much activity, and are understood to be urging Germany to suspend submarine attacks until the questions in controversy with America are settled. The German press has been directed not to discuss the American note. Field Marshall Sir John French in formed the British people thnt their troops again had assumed the often sive after a fortnight spent in hurl ing back the German attacks and had swept across and captured all Ger man trenches to the south of Riche- e e over a front. The British forces captured 1,000 prisoners and the French troops captured 1150. In the East Vienna reports that Sunday passed without much activ ity. A homeward bound Zeppelin. re turning from u raid on England, was attacked as it reached the Belgian const. The big gas bag is reported to have been damaged. The strain of waiting for definite news of Italy's intentions with regard to the war has been somewhat relieved by the statement that nothing further is to be done until Parliament meets next Thursday. Meantime special trains are reported to be in readiness to take the German and Austrian Ambassadors out of the country. Tho German press is plainly cloomv over the situation. Jono Chagns, tho new President of the Portuguese Cabinet, was shot four times by Senator Freitas, who in turn was killed by gendarmes. Chagas died later of his wounds. Reports from Madrid say that lighting had broken out afresh in Lisbon and that warships are bombarding tho city. bourg-L'Avoutwo-mil- NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. Dr. J. A. Trostlc preached at Paint Lick nnd Kirksvillc Presbyterian Sunday. Prayer meeting nt the Presbyterian 'huich Wedresdny evening, May 19, nt 7:30. Subject. "The Surprise of Answered Prayer." Acta 12. At Baptist Church. Sunday, A. M. next, the subject will be, "Living to God in Small Things," Luke 10:10. At 7:30 p. m., the subject will be. "This Life the Trial for Eternity." Every member of the Luko 10:11-1church specially urged to attend both these hours of worship. The Stanford Christian church is prepared to entertain delegates from all of Sunday Schools and C. W. B. We nrc M. Societies in this district. expecting you brethren, so come. As countv president. I am especially anxin Linious that every Sunday-schocoln county be represented. Convention held Thursday and Friday of this D. M. Walker. week. Sunday was a memorable day at the Christian church. The attendance at the Sunday School numbered 373, 34 of the pupils being in J. S. Mocker's ruts. There were ttr additions to t he chuich, nine &t the morning service and one at the evening service. At n business meeting during the day $900 was collected with which to pay otr the indebtedness tnat nas been hanging over this church for some time. Dr. J. A. Trostle s meeting ut White's Station was brouht to a close a few days ago. The visible results were not as great as were hoped but there wns a general awakening or the church members. So much, in fact, that it was decided that the church would employ a pastor as soon as ono could be secured. Mr. 1 rostle wns much pleased with the Madison county people and says he heartily enjoyed nis May in their midst. 2. ol tj We have the gifts if you want to give. McROBERTS & BAILEY MAIN STREET Handtome Booklet In Preti. The Commercial Club of Stanford, is hininsr Usucd throuch this office a handsome booklet to be circulated at the meeting of the Dixie Highwny tloostcrs at Chattanooga, beginning Thur:dny, as well as to be spread broadcast over the state. Ihcre will be n dozen or more pictures of historical places in Lincoln county, together with a brief history of them. The photographs for this work were taken by Stanford's excellent artist. Miss Martha Sacray, ufld the cuts made by the well known Louisville firm of s Co. The Denring Co. is also doing the press work, the time for getting them out be so limited that this office could no do it. The book promises to be typographical beauty nnd n most interesting one, especially to lovers of history concerning the happenings of the long ago. Bush-Kreb- STANFORD, KENTUCKY FOR THE TIRED, RUNDOWN AND OVERWORKED PERSON There are certain times of the year when everyone is more or less put out of condition nnd we recommend REXALL CELERY AND IRON TONIC This invaluable nerve builder will ntd in restoring all tho organs of the body to a healthy state, toning up and Invigorating the system, nnd giWng new energy to the spirits. Will not de. range the .tomach. Your money back if not satisfied. $1.00 the Bottle. Sold Only By Ut ( T Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, THE REXALL STORE THE MOST Ky. 1 f as . I 4 J Good Cement Never Fails You sometimes hear of concrete jobs that fail be cause either the cement is poor, or the concrete is improperly mixed. FTtl LEHIGH a&yffifeiy-aSail CEMENT 1 PORTLAND i, w5SBiiB8atfS 4HVS4a4aWS'!)i PryTB-'V-'-.'r--;'---'-i'M-y 3i9SBaKTl WLWW A if properly mixed, never faHs, because in ha manufacture it la ground so fine that it baa the most perfect binding power. It will always give you satisfaction and uniform results. Let us furnish you Lehigh on your next job. t HUSTONVILLE. The Bell Telephone Company is doing some extensive work on their lines in this section at present by putting in new posts and moving some that were too close to the pike. Adams Bros, are having their new addition to their store built on the lot recently bought from W. II. Lair, east of their store lhis new addition will be known as a Room of Rest, for the weary and those who come to town and have" to wait for some one, who is ready to leave town. This room will be open at all hours. Mrs. Bettie Fowler and Mrs. Logan Hubble, of Stanford, spent Tuesday heie with rc.atives. Miss Josie Good, of Louisville, returned Wednesday after several days' stay with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Good. Miss Eddie T. Carpenter is at home from Lexington, where she has been attending a business college. Rev. Baugh preached the baccalaureate sermon last Sunday night to a crowded house at the Christian church. John Sandidge and daughter, Sirs. Luke Carpenter and daughter, of New Castle, Intl., are visiting friends and relatives here for a short time. Mrs. M. M. Dunn and daughter, have been improving their property. Rev. Beagle has rented the Dunn Sroperty and will move the first of Docket for May Term Circuit Court. The docket for the May term of Circuit Court, which begins Monday, has been handed in by Circuit Clerk Mnrshall C. Newland. There are 59 old Commonwealth cases on it; 28 Commonwealth cases; 40 old equity appearances; 13 ordinary appearances. There are 24 divorce suits and the Hon. Fontaine Fox Bobbin, of Crab Orchard, is attorney in about half of them. Many of them have been on the docket for years. The only murder case is that of Dudley Shelton, for killing J. Mort Rothwell. Shelton has never been captured. Pulatki Woman Kill. Her Baby. dispatch from Pulaski county to the city papers Sunday said that Mrs. Lem Murphy, of Silersville, Pulaski county, who, while violently insane, took her child to a woodpile and chopped off its head with an ax, has been adjudged of unsound mind and ordered to the Eastern Kentucky Hospital for Insane at Lexington for confinement. It developed at trial she was afflicted with pellagra which frequently causes insanity, according to physicians who testified at the hearing. A ld ATTRACTIVE LINE OF SILKS, CREPES, CREPE DECHENE, POPLINS. IN CRAB 4: - ' SILK AND WOOL SHOES AND OXFORDS, SILK HOSE EVER SHOWN ORCHARD. COME TO SEE FOR YOURSELF, t s! L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. T. D. NEWLAND Opposite the Court-Hous- e, Sam Hays, a respected colored man of this city, died Monday and was buried this afternoon. Wants to Sell You a W. J. Oliver Plow. A Plow that is O. K. Also Your Good Fresh Garden Seed. Here's What You Want Market Place AdverYou Have to Sell PHILLIPS BROTHERS t t i : STANFORD, KY. M B. W. LEIGH. HUSTONV1LLE, 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. 1 Fresh Vegetables Always en Hand. Get Them in Three Times Each Week. Best of Fruits of Various Kinds. Call and Get Some. Whooping Cough. "About a year ago my three boys hud whooping cough and I found Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the only one that would relieve their coughing and whooping spells. I continued this treatment and was surprised to find that it cured the di sease in a verv short time," writes Mrs. Archie Dalrymple, Crooksville, Ohio. For sale by all dealers. HARRY JACOBS Manufacturers and Dealers in . I j B. Campbell, Stanford. High Class Monuments. Oricinal Derfgni and Prompt Service Guaranteed Quality Connection! at all Granite and Marble Quarries. Office and Work on Cemetery Hill. phone 164 Closed on Saturdays STANFORD KENTUCKY i Let the I. J. print your horse and jack cards. Saturday for skating. W. S. Drye and Mrs. Lucy Miller Graduating Pretentt at Mueller's Bartley, of Stanford attended the Jewelry Store, Stanford. Commencement Exercises here last Friday evening. Silos of the Saginaw make, the best made, for sale by J. L. Bcazley Chamberlain' Liniment. 38-- 3 This preparation is intended espec and Co. ially for rheumatism, lame back, Ten young cows with calves by sprains and like ailments. It is n favorite with people who are well ac- side.2.Josh Jones, Stanford, R. F. D. 388tf. quainted with its splendid qualities No. Mrs. Chrries Tanner, Wabash, Ind., says of it, "I have found ChamberGENUINE German Millet Seed for lain's Liniment the best thintr for sale by the Junction City Lumber lame back and sprains I have ever Co., (Incorporated), of Junction City, 37-used. It works like a charm and re- Ky. lieves pain and soreness. It has been by others of my family as well used s, TRUSTEES who want a as myself for upwards of twenty experienced teacher should years." 25 and 50 cent bottles. For phone Miss Fannie Young ut Highsale by all dealer land or write her at Waynesburg, R. F. D. No. 1. Will give reference if Charley Reid Sentenced. 38-- 5 wanted. News comes from London thnt WIITH A GOOD STRONG FENCE WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED Judge Cochran of the Federal court DR. J. G. CARPENTER Office sentenced Charley Held, of this coun- 'n Lincoln County National BnnI; A CAR LOAD ty, to serve twelve months in jail and Building Eye, nose, throat, car, Gen-ctpay a $100 fine upon his conviction urinary, rectal, pelvic diseases, for bootlegging by a jury there last surgery, consultations. Eyes skillfully week. His brother. Mat Reid. who tested, glasses scientifically prescib-eAMERICANFENCE was convicted of selling liquor illethe belt and cheapett. gally in Boyle county, was given three months in jail and will nay u A. S. PRICE DENTIST $25 fine. Hours, 8 to 4 o'clock Small Country Home at Private Sale. Drug Store I wish to sell my place at Turners-vill- e, Office Over Shugar'a Kentucky Crab Orchard containing about five acres of Good Farm at a Bargain. land with comfortable cottaire. cistern at door, new stable and other out I will sell my home farm of 230 buildings, also store house, well locat acres ut a bargain if taken in the L. Beazley & Co. C. M'Clary ed, with never failing well nearby, next 30 days. This is a great opporsmall orchard. of mile tunity for some one It. II. ' a from church and school. Mrs. Mnttie Crab Orchard, Ky. 33tf Bradshaw.Stanford, Route 5. Phono n 99Z. Oil, Oil, Attention Farmert. I can save you money, can fill your . Liberty To Have A Fair. -' A stock company of about fiftv barrel, or sell you u No, 1, ajangnnp steel barrel faucet. 50 fanners is being formed or tho pur- date capacity, at a with figure, and gal low lon fill pose of having a Farmers' Fuir ut UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMER Liberty. Grounds can be secured same with the best oil at low prices, FwflKurt llftttlfff, Run. FHMfi , saving you from $1 to $2. across the river where tho old fuir If you cannot mnke arrangements UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMEI turf ttr aH Kir was held so long, which insures plenty or phone OflrM PtlMM 117. HM PIMM Of ttnk of shade, and a good place every way. through your merchant, call SWEEN-EStandard Oil Agent, J. W. The date will possibly bo tho last PHONE 41 STANFORI. KY. THIF0RD, KENTUCKY. 30 Lancaster, Ky. Phone 152. week in July. R. M. Houchins was here Wednesday and says that his skating rink is The People's tise What now completed and will be opened Go To Farris' For Your Garden Tools and Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right. first-clas- Protect Your Crops o, d. lC-3- m .. W. E. PERKINS J. J. 15 One-four- th Bro-naug- h, t .J0-2- uji-lo- .V; II Exthi t . " sfcywfteR;",v:j J wx , flaya;wftT'lti3 rtSW-tif- rr ! w 'w(m v- - "V . . --- . ' M, - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, May f 1 cannot cat this or that food, it dorx aot nurce with mc." Our advico to all of them is to take a 18, 1915 People Say To Us SlmMM - I Wore and after each meal. $gk Penny' vssb? 25c Stomach Trouble Suffered for Several Years HAVE YOU A BANK ACCOUNT ????? If not, Jo you expect to go through life without one? Improve Financial condition. Make money tave it, Druq 8tor. a box.' 1 Peruna Rettered My Health Twelfth Ht.f N. W Washington, D. C, writes:to "I am pleased endorse I'eruna as a splendid medicine for catarrh and stom ach trouble, from' which I suffered 4Ufr K.' m for several years. I took It for several months and K at the end of that time found my health and have was restored E7I felt splendidly ever I contiaut since. I now take It when a cold and It soon rids the system of any catarrhal tendencies. Over Ten Years Mo. "I would not bo without Peruna. Although It was over ten yean ago that I llrst gave you my testimonial, I am of the same opinion as when I wrote It, and give you the prlvllep-- to use It as you see fit. I still use Peruna when I think It necessary. 1 am reeommendlnB It to my neighbor, whenever a chance occurs." your Depoiit it In the FIRST NATIONAL BANK where it will earn you interest and ecurr you a living when you are old and too infirm to work. I I I I I . Commencement Calendar. Saturday, May 22, 8:15 p. m., Children's Itccital. .Sunday, May 2.1, 8:15 p, m. Sermon. Monday, Mny 24, 8:30 p. m.Ilach Club Recital. Tuesday, Mny 25, 8:15 p. m. Senior Class Evening. Wednesday, May 20, 8:15 p. m. Commencement F.vcnlng. Thursday, Mny 27, 8:15 p. m. Annual Itccital. Saturday, May 22 at 3:30, Moznrt Club will entertain the Tennis Club and faculty. Saturday, Mny 22 at 8:15 p. m. Children's Recital at Opera House. Monday. May 24 at 8:30 p. m. Club Itccital. i Hitch Tuesday, Mny 25 at 8:15 p. m. Senior Clnss Kvenlng. All of these exercises will be held ,nt the Stanford Opcrn House. I Mrs. ElliMxMh II e u t h o r. No. tot m t large enke that graced the table was Iced in white and decorated with pink nnd white cnndlcs, 13 in number to commemorate young Miss Sweeney's 13th, birthday was quite n pretty feature of the occasion. The commencement exercises of the Ijincnstcr High School will take place on June I lth. The senior class which is the Inigcst in the history of the school, numbering 22, will wear the enps and gowns. Dr. J. L. Clark, president of the Wcslcyan University nt Winchester will deliver the baccalaureate address on June (1, The graduates arc Miss Viola Tribble, Lidn Mnrtha Tlndcrfi Viola Beagle, Orn Prathcr, Lena May Powell, Schooler, Nora Brown, Jennie Cox, Melissa Sutton, Jane Terrell, lone Dunn, Messrs. Joe Knvanaugh, Glnss Carrier, James Woods, Sterling Her-roPaul Elliott, Gowcn Bourne, WIN ISo Miller, Woods Wllmot, Milton Elliott nnd Bradley Bourne. SAM EMBRY Siczhnen cfaact&iM Vegetable Compound. Reliable evidence Is abundant that women are constantly being restored to health by Lydia U. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound ; 3 Itn-ne- y, n, THE STAR The many testimonial letters that we arc continually publishing in the newspapers hundreds of them arc all genu- inc, true and unsolicited expressions of heartfelt gratitude for the freedom from suffering that has come to these women solely through the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Money could not buy nor any kind of influence obtain such recommendations; you may depend upon it that any testimonial we publish is honest and true if you have any doubt of this write to the women whose true names and , OF Inlerscholattic Athletic Meet at Lexington Saturday. one of the most cupancy nbout the middle of June. It of the yenr. At the conclusion of the will lie one of the handsomest homes Our Advice Is: in the county when finished. Whrn you feci out of sorts from consti.Mrs. .lames I. Hamilton, of this city if pation, let us say that has been appointed n delegate by Governor McCrcary to represent the State of Kentucky at the Eleventh do not rrheve you, eeo a physician, Annual Conference of the National borauM! no other homo remedy will. Child Ijibor Committee to he held at 10 cents. Bold only by us, San Francisco the last of this month, Mesdames Fannie Fnrra and S. C. Penny'i Drug Store. Denny ,were in Cincinati for a stay Heard About Town of several days. Personal and Social Miss Patsy Kinnaird is one of an Orchard. John, Henry and Marion Fields, enjoyable house party at the home of Mrs. V. T. Tucker, is spending a Raymond nnd AI Sampson nnd Prcs-co- tt Mrs. Angie Bosley at Danville. Francis Weatherford was in Lex- few days with Richmond friends and Hrown spent a week fishing in as promising ns the Wheat ington Sunday. relatives. river, but if they had any neonle in is notsection would like to Rockcastle this II. II. Ilutrhinson, of Mt. Vernon, Miss Patience Calmese, who has luck they brought back no tangible see it, the farmers in the vicinity of was here Sunday. been attending the Fanning School ut evidence of it. Hubble report the crop will hardly he .Miss Itoxie htnnifonl, of McKinNashville, returned home today. Vw half the vield. ney. is the guest of MIhh Corn l.ee. Mr. James T. O'llannon, of GreenDewitt Grubbs, who is staI.ieut. Rev. J. W. Beagle, the popular Minf-c- i May and Anna Warren ville, Miss., is here nssistiug his tioned nt El Paso, Texas, visited his who recently resigned his pent Sunday in Paris with friends. Dr. W. II. O'bannon, in erect- sister. Mrs. Jack I.owrv near here last minister, Mrs. J. l Lynn spent the week en ing his pretty bungalow on Ijinras-te- r iweck. He says Texans nre eager for charge or the isaptist churcn here lias accepted a call to preach at Hustonin Frankfort with her hushnnd, Capt. Wil- street. 'n "scrap" with the "greasers. ville. preaching three successive Sun r. Lynn. K. C. Jordan, of the St, nore Enterprise. Mine Hot J. days there, and the fourth Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Buck, of Gi- Asaph Hotel, is soiotirning nt Klixir the Baptist demomnation nt .Middle lbert's Creek, spent Sunday in Louis- Springs with the hope of regaining W. I.. McCaity, the hustling local burg. ville. his lost health. agent of the Ford car, sold three The Teacher s Study Cluli met with Itev. C. ('. Moore, and daughter, Mr. Ilcrndon Hutchison, wife and touring enrs last week, evMiss Esther, of Middleliurg, were in baity, of Middlesboro. spent several since Saturday. The following bought Miss Amanda Anderson on Friday ening. Professor C. D. Bohanon, of Stanford shopping late last week. days with his sister, Mrs. M. H. Salin, them: J. T. Hubbard, near Moreland; State University, addressed the teach Mrs. J. T. (.'hnstovn. who lives up who continues to improve after n Itev. Kcnglc. of HuMouville, and John ers on "School Waste and How the on Illain's (inp, is very ill of muscular long illness. Coffey, of S'obemitc. Schools nre Elimination Waste." rheumatism Miss Katherine Held has returned Mr. J. T. Itaney bought the resi Mm. W. L. Mcfnrty has been con- from a visit to her sisters, Mrs. Henry Congressman Harvey Helm leaves dence of Judge J. P. Prather on Stan fined to her bed for several days on Hansford, in Chicago anil Mrs. Itohert tomorrow for Chattanooga, Tenn., $2,125. account of illness, Hogsett. in Milwaukee, Wis. Dan- where he will advocate the cause o( ford street forLackey was in Danville Miss Jennie J. W. Huhhard, near Moreland, has ville Messenger. the Illtin Grass route before the Dix- - Saturday the guest of MV. and Mrs. been ill of malarial fever for several Col. K. C. Jordan, proprietor of iie Highwny Commissioners who meet" Herbert Price. days. the St. Asaph Hotel, has been laid up there the 20th. Hig delegations will Miss Sarah Reid is at home after Mrs. Will Scott, of Danville, is the for several days with n severe attack go from all this section of the state. a year's stay in Florida and Oklnho-Whil- e guest of her sister, Mrs. K. L. Rein-har- t. of stomach trouble. n number of refreshing rains Miss Lissa Holtzclaw returned Inst ' Oppie Hrown, of this city, received Mrs. Dan Traylor and Miss Klitn-bot- h night from Cincinnati, where she is la diploma from the Louisville College have fallen it has not been enough for vegetation and various crops to be llunn spent the week cm) in attending the Conservatory of Music. of Louisville last week. much revived. Burley Hustonville with friends and rela- Miss Katherine Gregory will arrive 'of Pharmacy for some time was in anxiously awaiting a growers aro Oppie, who season to set tives. Friday night. 'Shugnrs' Drug Store, before entering out their tobacco, although many of Mr. ami Mrs. A. C. HIP aiu at homo Mrs. L. C. King and daughter, Miss college, has a host of f rends here, them are short in the way. after spending it week or more with Fay King, mid niece. Miss Marietta i who wish him much success in the Miss Jessie Beagle, the second her parents, Air. and Mrs. John 11. King or the llulitile section, arc the work that he has chosen. daughter of Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Bea Mention at Somerset. Iliggins nt Som guests of Mrs. Judith gle, has been quite sick for some days Mrs. Itclle Perkins and Mrs. J. C. erset. : ersonai uieiiiiuna uit unu.tiiy past, threatened with appendicitis. Kubanks and little Miss Annie Lee Mrs. Shelton Snuflcy and Mrs. W. 'made of people when they do things Mr. David Ross and Judge Lewis L. Kubanks visited Itnraster relatives A. Tribble left for Lexington today or go some where, not when they do Walker are making a recuperative Saturday. where they will attend the annual nnt lint tu is an tiniisnnl fnr Sheriff stav at French Lick Springs. Mrs. P. M. Mcltobcrts spent several convention of the Stntc Federation of 1 fZ nnt in irn tn his nlil Sunday morning was observed as days with her sisters, Misses Shelby, Women's Clubs ns delegates from the home nt Hustonville on Sundav that Children's Day at the Methodist in the Northwestern portion of the. Stanford Woman's Club. The state jwe minK me inci mat ne aim .urs. church. Quite an interesting throng county. convention will be in session about Weatherford did nott go up Sunday of wide awake children gathered to Attorney C. C. Williams, of .Mt. days. lasi, is wuruiy ui iiuuti;. honor the day. . Vernon, was a passenger on Sunday four Invitations to the commencement Misses .Mny and Anne I'owell were night's South-bountrain. He had cxerci'es of Millersburg Military InJim Ed Bruce, who has studied in Richmond Inst week for a short vis been to Louisville. years, ad it to their uncle, Mr. W. T. Short. stitute have been leceived by friends i farming and gardening for Mrs. Orr, of Covington, who has here. The commencement sermon will monishes the gardeners not to worn Mr. and Mrs. Roy Asa Haynes. of been visiting her brother, W. O. be preached nt the Methodist church their gardens during the dry, cold Hillsboro, Ohio, motored to Mrs. Hay Speed in the West Knil, returned there Sunday by Dr. U. V. W. Dar- weather of the present. First place nes narents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ma home Monday. lington, of Huntington. W. Vu., who the ground will lose its moisture by it son here for a visit. Mr anil Mrs. It. M. Fisher, of Dan- married Miss Virginia Ilournc, of this land secondly tin! cut worms will be About 200 Lancaster nnd Garrard ville, were the guests of her grand- citv; the exhibition and competitive I given a better opportunity to get in citizens attended the Boone Highway mother. Mrs. Mary Penny Sunday drill on Monday morning and a ball their work, he says. meeting held nt the famous Crab Or afternoon. game in the afternoon; on Tuesdny Itev. J. W. Gardner, of Pleasure-villMr. W. T. Tucker is back from a chard Springs on Friday. night there will bo n "mock trial,'' was the guest of C. W, Lovell, ami on Wednesday, UCth, the grad- visit to his sons, William and RayJ. W. Sweeney, a prominent busi south of tSanford. on route in an auto uation exercises will be held. There mond Tucker, who have good railroad ncs man and suburban farmer, of to Somerset where he preached. nro fifteen grnduntes. including Wil- jobs with headquarters nt Marion, O. Lancaster, suffered the loss of a valuWilliam Tucker and wife came as far able driving horse recently in a pecuMr. and Mrs. N. It. Hnll, of Knox-vill- liam James Ycnger, of Stanford. ns Richmond with him. Mr. Tucker liar way. The animal was grazing in a Tenn., spent Sunday with their Ten-Dasays that the country around Marion pasture, when a swarm of bees lit Millinery Sale. nephew, James Hall, and his parents, stung it so badly, that it upon Mr. and Mrs Tupmnn at Hustonville. Heginning Saturday. May 22, for looks line and that prosperity was in (lieu. it and Mrs. J. G. Weatherford and Mn. 10 days only, I will sell Hats untrim-me- evidence in every sectiofi of the BuckMr. and Mrs. H. Clav Sutton were Francis Weatherford. W. S. Drye and from BO cents up and trimmed eye Stnte he visited. recent visitors in the Fnlls City. Mrs. Lucy Miller Hartley attended from $1 up. Miss Gila May SaunC. W. Lovell has received news 40-- 2 Mrs. Albert Oldham will give a Commencement exercises at Huston- ders. from Pulaski county that his nephew, handsome reception nt her home in ville Friday evening. Villi.,.... lnmio ti'.tu ,.rsi!nlil. flltnll, Mt. Sterling on Thursday, May 20th, Sam I). Hoggs, of Danville, but forW. II. Fish, the popular ami genial 'injured in n runaway accident late secretary of the Boone Highway As- merly of Catlettsburg, won the Ken- I last week. The horse Jones and his will have as one of the honorees, Mrs sociation, spent several hours in tucky Intercollegiate oratorical con- wife were driving ran away throwing Harold Oldham, of Richmond, former Stanford with friencM Friday after- test at Danville Saturday. His sub- i him out, his head striking a fence. His ly the pretty Miss Margaret Arnold, of this city, daughter of Judge and noon before returning to his home ject was "The World's Peace." There wife was badly shaken up but not .Mrs. t. A. Arnold. were six contestants. nt .Mt. Vernon. injured, but the physicinns are Miss Mnrtha Ward Sweeney enter'not able yet to tell just yet whether tained ut a pretty birthday party at Jones' injuries will prove fatal or not. her home on Lexington street. The News comes from Washington that , L. Bowman Owens, son of S. M. 'GETS-I- T' Owens, of McKinney, has been np- -' pointed a storekecper-gauge- r in 'this I Hay .district and it is expected that he will soon be assigned to duty by Collector 'Hughes. Mr. Owens recently stood n Fails, line civil service examination nnd is Simple As Saying It; Never replenished our stock of ' now in line for a good place. We have just It does your heart (rood to ico how Both enilly and quickly any corn coruoa out g he and his father have been "aKT8-IT"oAnd t boa when Wash Goods, which are the latest developworking democrats and his many when you putsrono along for yean trying you're friends arc glad to see him thus rements in Summer Fashions. warded. The Rook Club. The last of the scries of entertainments given by thu Rook Club was 'held on last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Hugh Reid at her pretty country home. This club has proven quite n success and afforded all who LANCASTER. were members, much pleasure durNewman nddrcssed the Hon. J. ing the pnst winter. The club was demociatic W. voters here on Saturday reorganized nt this meeting nnd will the continue its meetings as usual, except at The courthouse.of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. residence through the summer, when it will llognp Bnllard of that is meet only once a month. This was being remodeled will be ready for ocenjoyable meetings !fettaB&(Stdeftftie&. I Dr. K. J. Hrown is at Mt. Vernon gumes, delightful refreshments were today with a patient. served, consisting of a salad course Judge J. N. Menefee is nt Mt. Ver- and ices and cakes. Mrs. Ittid's non on legal business today. guests besides the members were as Mm. W. K. Wnrner is visiting her follows: Misses Mary Ilrucc, Sue sifter, Mrs. J. F. Neighbors, in Louis- Rout, llettie Paxton; Mesdames J. C. ville. Mays, liessie .iichinnuy, Jim vtoous Mrs. Itussell Hrown, of Ijincastcr, and Rowan Saullcy. K. J. is here with l)r. and Mrs. Hrown. .Mrs. Walter Jones and Miss llettie ' Warren are spending the day nt Crub hro-the- r. I 1 d e, e, y ly NEW WASH GOODS. "Ms for Whin Corns" life-lon- New Wash Lace Cloths; New Flowered Lace Cloths, New Flowered Silk Organdy, New Tissues, Ginghams, Mercerized, Linens, Organdies Plaid and Plaid Georgett. Call and See. J SEVERANCE & SON. and mother, formerly of F ."ikmltBBm. ' CETS.IT ' Homo journal. Vimcdc, near Duncan, in the south.ssmaBBsJisssssssV CorntFaU L. & N. Offer Reduced Rate. SeRC'rHnSBSSSSSm eastern part of this county, right on The L. & N. will IHBfil nH bbssssV Wbt tickets to Chattanooga sell round-trithe Cusev line, havo ilust returned today, tomor I BOSsSSsneBBSSSSsB from a several month's stay in Flor row nnd lhursday at 57.Uo, good unida. I hey are greatly pleased with til 24th, account of Dixie Highway TRAIN the Sunshine State. Mr. Lee was enMeeting. The company will run a gaged in the carpentering business special train to Cincinnati at $1.75 at St. Cloud and he says that business on Sunday. On June the round-trip is good there nil the time. Every2G n rate of $5,05 to Mammoth Cuve body in Florida is a booster, and on will be given. tho hustlo nil the time. Mr. Lee and MAY 23. 'mother will spend a few weeks here land then return. He says that the everything, when you've wt up nlghti ) climate there now is very similar to wrapping up your toes In baudugei, JDeafncss Cannot Be Cured. i tho weather ther cannot rrirh the that Kentucky is having. smearing on wives that rub oft or in ell by IimiI ilttloui U only one FROM JUNCTION CITY ROUND TRIP up tbo corn, patting on cottoa platters duriuil lortlon at tbe etr Tbrru ronitltutujD- . .v tn iir ilx.rnvk. aiul that I. Lr slaughtering that make corn mafik-Elixir Spring to Open May 22. 1. cmumhI br an lotUwetl i your toes wltbraton. Jabbing tbent with Ku.UibUn murvu. Elixir Springs, tho delightful little knives and pruning to tbo quick with Ihii1UUii f tb IbU tub Ilulng 'f Ibv. you bT a ! lufl.mrd SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5i3S A. M. m J bo uutid ur luiwrfrct brarln-health and pleasure resort, will open elisors and then you put on Z drop of iluwd it It C1KTB-IT- " corn, fall for the fcason on Saturday week, May on why. and see your a tulraclt). right umrts rutlrelrina.iuiu.w.-i- v.u vI Ibr ri.ult. unit . w, luw It luit looks like Juit 22nd, with a picnic. Thu skating rink try miorrU la II. nurmil ronjltluu, pain, tlili tube Im of tt. "OISTH.1T" Afk Tlrknt Agant for Particular. has been completed and will be used no trouble. Use It never falls. Noculltu, !.. talll riux--.lifmv.l furervr: UU0It lflM-- UUt but iioiblng by O.tirrb. ublih for any corn, during the day and ut night the big wart or bunion, it tbe lkillin urfiro.. Itra ludimt-i- l roudltluii lluudrrd niumu. fur tur c.w On will room will be used for dancing. Good "OKT8-IT- " li fold by drugglits every- of DrifurMfitIraunHl by c.lirrb) Ibtt riuuot b II. G. KING, IWr and Ticket Acnt You nre where, wo a bottle, or tent direct by K. rurrd by lUU'a C.Lrrb Cur. SfMJ fur clrcu. music win tie lurmsned. cordially invited. to be on hand. For Luwreocut Co, Chicago. '"" t J. CTIDNJ'.y k CO., TIeJ, O. 101 East Main St., Lexington, Ky. further particulars, write It. M. Hou-chisoul in Stanford and recommended mc Elixir Springs, McKinney, Ky. ns the world's best corn cure by Boia by KrufKiHi. llllt fur coBttlimlon. Tlc UiU's ItuAlf 39-Shugar's Drug Store. C. N. Lee n OJvPSBmHBBBBW "Look. The athletic tenm of the Stanford Hlch School covered itself with glory nt the intcrscholnstlc track meet held at Lexington under the nuspices of addresses arc always given, and learn for yourself. State University Saturday, uui oi 22 schools participating, only three finished nhead of Stanford, and nil Read this one from Mrs. Waters: three were from large cities, LouisCamden, N..I. -- "I was sick for two years with nervous spells, and And ville, Lexington nnd Pnducah. my kidneys were nlTected. I had a doctor all tho tlmo and used a while surpassed in the number or galvanic battery, but nothing did mc any good. I was not able to go points made by these three schools, soon to lied, but spent my time on a couch or in a sleeping-cbair,an- d Stanford furnished the individual liecamc almost a skeleton. Finally my doctor went away for his star of the meet in Sam Embry, son health, and my husband heard of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo of Mr. nnd Mrr,J. T. Embry, of this Compound and got mo some. In two months I got. relief and now I city, who scored the highest individ am like a new woman and am at my usual weight. I recommend ual numner oi points arm won me medal for the individual star of the vour medicine to every one and so docs my husband." Mrs. Tiu.ijs meet. Sunt. W. C. Wilson took over Watkus, 11115 Knight St., Camden, N.J. only four men to the meet, Sam and Joe T. Embry, Clinton Coleman and And this one from Mrs. Haddock: Will Woods, and they deserve great Utica, Okla. "I was weak and nervous, not. able to do my work the splendid showing they credit for nnd scarcely able to re on my feet. I had backache, headache, palpimade. The Lexington Herald gave tation of the heart, trouble with my towels, and inflammation. Sinco this summary of the meet: taking the I.ydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Cmnjiouiul I am totter That the meet was very close is shown by the fact that the winner of than I have toen for twenty years. I think it is a wonderful medithe individual medal, S. Embry, of cine and I have recommended it to others." Mrs. Mauy v Ann Had-ioc- k, Stanford, had a total of only ten Utica, Oklahoma. points out of n total of 117, he being the only man to win two first places. Now answer this question if you can. Why should a Simmons, of Richmond, who was the woman continue to suffer without first giving Lydia E. only man representing his school, yas second in the individual contest with Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial ? You know that nine points. it has saved many others why should it fail in your case? Only one disqualification was given in the meet, Joe Embry, of Stanford, being the unfortunate one. He turnFor HO years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo Compound lias lioen tho standard remedy for ed over three hurdles in the 220 hur dle race, and though he Unified third ills. No one sick with woman's ailments docs justice to herself if she docs not try this fawas disqualified on this account. mous medicine made from roots and herbs, it The score of the different high has restored so many stiff ering women to health. schools taking part in the meet Saturday follows: Write to LYDIA E.PIXKIIAM .MEDICINE CO. Louisville Male, 27 Lexington, ( CONFIDENTIAL) LYNN, MASS., for advice. 19 Paducah 18; Stanford 14; Votir letter will he nnrned. read ami answered AnRichmond 9; Springlield fl by a woman and held in strict coulldcnco. XYSTAfcFThiiMAKr 0 Hardinsburg, derson countv, SomK. M. I., 5; Bellevue, 5; Dave McRcynolds was killed at AnAshland, 1. Total 117. KNIGHT TEMPLAR CONCLAVE erset, 1 chor, Knox county, by the accidental The leading individual stars and discharge his gun, which he was the scoies they made were: At Danville Next Week Will Be One cleaning. of S. Embry, Stanford, 10. of Digged Affalri In State. Simmons, Richmond, 9. A Real Kidney Medicine -- Always Rhodes, Paducah, 8. Reliable Kimball, Louisville, 8. The biggest affair and the largest Jonlin, Louisville, 7. gathering of people in this part of the I feel that I ought to tell what I Following is the summary of the state in years will be the annual Con- know about Swamp-Roand what ' different events: clave of the Grand Commandery of it has done for me. I was down and d knights Templar at Dan out and had to quit work in 190f. I Dash Hhodes, Paducah; Kentuckv Bobbitt, Springfield; Prewitt, Lexing- ville next week. Te conclave be only weighed 135 pounds. The doctor ton. Time :11. gins Wednesday, May 20th with a pa said I had Kidney trouble in the worst d Dash Smith, Louisville rade and drill at tour ociock, ana form, and my liver was out of order; Male; Rhodes, Paducah; Simmons, thousands of neonle are expected to and I had Rheumatism so badly I Richmond. Time ;23. be present. Every hour is filled with could not get around. One day I d Dash Joplin, Louisville some sort of entertainment for the 'picked up an almanac and saw your Mnle; Morris, Lexington; McClure, host of visitors, receptions, dances, advertisement, and it fit my case cx- K. M. I. Time :57 bottle and band concerts, drills, auto rides and lactly. I got a d Ryan Commandery took it and when it was gone I felt so run Kimball, Louisville other features. High, Planck, Lexington, Simmons, of of Danville is making elaborate prep- much better that I bought five more Springfield and Gregory. Somerset, arations and is sparing no expense. It bottles of Dr. Kilmer's Swanm-Roo- t tied. Time 2:13 is figured that at least $2,500 will be and I was a well man; my weight inMile Run Kincheloe Hardinsburg; spent to make the affair the big sve-cc- creased until I weigh 219 pounds. I Kimball, Louisville Male; McKce, Anthat it is going to be. The mem am 65 years old and I am feeling fine derson county. Time 5:00. bers of Ryan Commandery arc work- and work every day. I have three men d Hurdles Sam Embrv. ing like beavers, am: will have things who knew me when I had to quit work s in the Mill in 190G, and who will make Stanford; Joe Embry, Stanford; Wil- - in tip top shape by the time the begin to arrive. Stanford mem- affidavit to my present health. helm, Pn,ducah. Time :18. in d If you want to use the above stateHurdles Sam Embry, bers of old Ryan are Stanford; Simmons, Richmond; Roark every way possible, and Lincoln coun- ments as my testimonial, you have ty Knight Templars and their friends my consent. Paducah. Time :27 Yours very truly, Shot Put Vaughan, Anderson will be on hand from beginning to W. T. GRAVES, County; Caron, Louisville Male; end. Among the members of this Anderson, Indiana. Coleman, Stanford. Distance for- great order in this county are the Personally apocared before pie, this ty feet, nine inches. following: T. W. Pennington, E. R. W. T. L. 4th day of February, 191-1- , Broad Jump Simmons, Richmond: Coleman, J. N. Menefee, Jr., G. t, Graves, who subscribed the above Shaw, Paducah; Lowenthal, Somerset Penny, Shelton Saufley, W. H. R. H. Coffey, C. R. Coleman, statement and made oath that the Distance Nineteen feet. High Jump Wilhelm, Paducah, R. G. Hampton, E. J. Tanner, F. M. same is true in substance nnd in fact. ROBERT E. BRAGDON, Gay, Lexington, nnd Joplin, Louis- Ware, S. M. Owens, G. D. WeatherNotary Public. ville Male, tied. Heighth five feet ford, Chas. Wheeler, J. Thomas My commission expires Jan. 8th, three inches. Cherrv. J F. Dudderar, T. H. SingleBickel, Louisville ton, W. H. Mueller, Ras Allen, D. B. 1917. Pole Vault Male, and Shoptaugr, Bellevue, tied; Southard, Dave Thomas, Cleo ThomLetter to Lambert, Lexington, Otten, Bellevue; as, J. B. Willis, Walter Carson, Dr. Kilmer & Co., Converse, Somerset; Hollis, Ander Uinghamton, N. T. son County; and Smith, Louisville, Put A Bet On Him. tied. Heighth Nine feet, 8 inches. Will Do Don't poke fun at the boy who Prove What Swamp-Roo- t Tennis Singles Anderson, Lexing For You from the forks of tho creeks, ton.; 1'nrk, K. M. 1.; Zerfoss, Ash comes-iSend ten cents to Dr. Kilmer &, with seeds in his hair and mud on his land. Lexington, first; faoc, patches on the north depart- Co., Binghamton, N. Y. for a sample' Relay Race springlield, second; K. 31. ., third ment of his pants, and just one gallus size bottle. It will convince anyone. on. He may look seedy now, but ten You will also receive a booklet of Time 3:58. years from now he may be president valuable information, telling about of some bank, pastor of some church, the kidneys and bladder. When writHe Lacked Experience. judge of some court or physician to ing, be sure and mention the StanThe black sheep of the regiment sonic people. Just because a boy lives ford Interior Journal. Regular, fifty stood before his commanding officer in town, wears two kinds of socks, cent and size bottles for charged with being drunk. He stoutly parts his hair in the middle, sucks a sale at all drug stores. denied the offense, and there was cigarette, curls his hair on his moonly one witness, a sergeant, to prove ther's curling tongs, and has a daddy it. However, the records showed elev- with spondulix to burn, that is no When Motoring to en previous convictions for the same sign that he is going to run this counouense. try in the future. We'll put our mon"You are a hnrdened and habitual ey on the sound, sane and sensible offender," said the captain, sternly. boy from the forks of the creek. " I can't take your denial against the Stop At The sergeant's word." The Daughter's View. The prisoner turned to the sergeant The minister was dining with the witness, and asked, "Have you ever new styles in dimciiig. Turning to been drunk?" On receiving an emphatic negative. tho daughter of tho house, he asked, And Refresh Yourself rtrrly he turned to the captain again. "Uo you yoursell, mips 1 was drunk; 1 say in our Soda Parlor. "Sergeant says I wasn't. I nsk ver captain, which is think the girls who dance these likely to be right him what's 'ad no dances are right?" "They must be," was the answer. (Incoiporated) experience of what being drunk is, or "because I noticed tho girls who don't an 'ardened and 'abitunl like mc?" - . KY. DANVILLE, dance them are always left." Ladies' fc-m- alo 5; 5; 2; 5; 1 5; 0; ot 100-yar220-yar440-yar2-one-doll880-yar5. ss 120-yarvisi-tor! 220-yarOver-streen one-doll10-4. .i I 1 l Ti 1 ....DANVILLE.... Shop Perfect. SHOP PERFECT r SPECIAL EXCURSION CINCINNATI Sunday. and RETURN pop-eye- $1.50 I i i.u I I I '"' 2t .J.,-- . "m .ti If v V-- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Farm and Stock News Tuesday, May 18, 1915 egg Is useless as food nnd Is unfit for market. If the wives of the farmers would onco realize how much money they practically lose by allowing the roosters to run with the layers, they would immediately stop the practice. Not one eggs more is produced with n mnlc running with a flock of hens than without one, nnd unless the roosters nrc valuable ns breeders, It ICofP.Fair t l Stanford, Ky., August 18, 19 and 20, 1915 Entries to Stakes Close July st, 1915 1 I wa 1 $ 00 Colt Stake, 1 1 0 to enter, five moneys. 1 with laying hens during warm wea- thnt arc laid by hens not mated nro ther $15,000,000 woilhofcggs arc sterile or Infertile, nnd do not decay. lost to the farmers throughout the The fertilized eggs spoil very quickly Take n splendid vacation nt the ex- United States each year; and most or when subjected to the influence of pense of the Interior Journal. this loss occurs during June, July and heat nml If they nro left too long In lltn tin.ta tv lltifln Krnmltf linn nf I1i!t V. T, Tucker bought in Tennessee August. For this renson raisers of very wnrm plnco left d n of mountain cvcs and poultry are earnestly nsked and urged cells in nnydie at any stago of the germ develop-Jmemay Iambs, but refused to tell the price to kill or sell all matured males or due to unfavorable conditions. confine them In pens nwny from the I ho paid for them. laying hens during the summer. Eggs Whether the embryo dies or not, the T. V. Jones exported two enr loads hogs and sheep, from of mixed stock, Rowland to Green Kmbry nt Cincinnati on the thirteenth. Joe Chancellor sold to Pence & Hill his wool nt HO cents. It nvernged $2 to the sheep, which is the best yield wc have yet heard. Harry Krye, of the Hubble section, has sold 80 lambs for the Inst hnlf of June nm! first half of July delivery nt cnr-lonI I nt far better to dl'noso of them nt the end of the breeding season nnd re place them with the younger stocK the following spring. If wo follow this plan wc ran always navo good, strong, Is vigorous cockerels (young roosters) for breeders, and nt the same tlmo get Let rid of the care of us nt least mnkc the most of what wo possess. '1 .! nt 7 nml i $500 Saddle Stake, 0 to enter, six moneys. $250 Harness Stake, 10 to enter, five moneys. Write to the Secretary for Entry Blanks Remember the Entries Close July 1st, 1915 S. T. HARRIS, V E. C. WALTON, r I: Secretary President L Hot Weather Clothing. WE HAVE A NEW LINE OF BEACHES, SERGE PALM COATS AND MEN.'S, YOUNG it MIImm MEN'S AND AND PALM BOY'S LINEN BEACH PANTS. Straw Hats OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. pff rfo&p:y W&$r I PANAMAS AND LINEN HATS 7 v BAREFOOT SANDALS FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY. OXFORDS FOR DRESS WEAR . THE "SELBY" FOR THE LA. DY WHO WANTS HER FEET TO LOOK NICE. OUR SIZES ARE NOT BROKEN YET. ROBINSON'S, INSURE Your Property in the madc-to-order STANFORD. TO THE PUBLIC. I represent the largest and best clothing house in this country Ed V. Price 4 Co., Chicago 111. My experience in measuring and directing the maKing of your clothes, c in j ine ml vantage over one who is not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order I will promise you a square deal. You will get the worth of your money, either in the cheapest grades or the higher priced. My SPRING and SUMMER line of samples are now ready for your inspection. Call and let me show you. H. C. RUPLEY, the Practical TailoV Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with FT SALIN & SMITH, Agents Stanford, Kentucky BINDER TWINE. Buy your Twine now. This may be all we can get this season at the price. Don't delay; you will need it. W,H.HigginS, Stanford, Ky. ill Jlils? Hundley, a populnrand progressive fnrmer, near O. K. School-hous- e sold 77 pounds of nice wool to Pence and Hill last week nt .12 cents a pound. I. oc Rankin, near Hubble, sold a bunch of hogs to a Garrard dealer, the porkers avcrnging 176 pounds nml (ringing him seven and cents a pound. Thomas A. Itnnkin, near Hubble, hns engaged his lnmb output to V. A. Lenr of Lancaster, about (10 hend for r sale, nt seven nml cents pur pound. Center Hros., of Upper Gnrrnrd, shipped a consignment of hogs from Rowland to J. K. Sadler & Company at Cincinnati, last Thursday, there being 94 head of swine that showed an average of 17fi pounds. Center Bros., of Garrard, purchased a score of hogs from Henry Catron of Lincoln county, the porkers tipping the benm at 221) pounds per animal, and costing seven cents. Col. T. A. Rice, P. V. Carter, B. Beaztcy V. Gaines and Morgan each claims to have the finest colt by the great saddle horse, Kentucky Gentleman. Nevin Carter says it looks to him like tt will take the K. of P. 40-- 1 fair to settle the matter. B. V. Leigh of Hustonvillc, bought of W. II. Thurmond at Danville yesmarc mule for terday a J 105. He wanted her to mntch a horse mule he recently paid George Beard, of the West End, $145 for. I wilt have Samson, the great show mule Jack for the remainder of the season. Sainton is the sire of those mules which J. H. Baughman exhibited so successfully a few years ago. 40-- 2 J. Nevin Carter. Fnrmers und slock misers should not fail to have an entry in the big colt stake that will be shown at the K. of P. fair at Stanford, Aug. 18, 19 and 20. For particulars anil en try blanks, call on or write K. C. Walton, secretary, at Interior JourIt nal office, Stanford. Bohemian Silk, the chestnut mare McKinney. shown by J. II. Murphy, of d with such Texas, as a good success, defeating ttie aged mares and geldings of Fort Worth and winning the championship at hns just Shreveport, La., in 1914, foaled n bay stud colt by Garrard Chief. This is said to be without doubt one of the finest colts ever foaled in that part of the county. The youngster has extieme style at both ends and is already showing horse ways. Bohemian Silk is owned by Fred Fmerson, president of the First National Bank, of McKinney, Texas. Farmers' Home Journal. V. A. Lear and F. B. Marksbury, Lancaster buyers, have received from Garrard farmers about 10,000 pounds of wool, and holding contracts with other stockmen for about 10.000 pound more, they paying from 25 to 31 cents per pound, according to the quality of the wool. Some of the purchases of wool by the Lancaster firm were about 100 fleeces from Pool Perkins, u south Garrard farmer, at 30 cents a pound; also about 100 fleeces from E. C. McWhorter, of Paint Lick, at 31 cents and near the same number from B. M. Lear at 31 cents. Center Bros., of upper Garrard, bought 1G head of swine from Theodore Noland, of Lincoln county, the animaln weighing 200 pounds each, and costing $7 per hundred. They also Curchased 15 head 'of hogs from payof Lincoln county, ing seven cents a pound for them. V. A. Lear, of Lancaster, exported a carload of hogs to Hubbard, Hauss tc Kagsdale at Cincinnati, the con signment containing about 85 head of porkers that averaged from 125 to 190 pounds and that cost him an aver age of seven and cents per pound. Mr. Lear also shipped a consignment of sheep and small lambs to Hubbard, Hauss & Ragsdale, of the Queen City, the young wool bearers averaging 80 pounds in weight and costing him $7 per hundred, and the sheep costing five cents a pound. The same buyers purchased 5G head of porkers from John W. Miller, 'of Lancaster, the swine averaging 193 pounds per animal and cost-tin- g seven and a half cents a pound. Mr. Lear bought 20 porkers from Lowry bpeaks, of the Marksbury sec tion, the animals tipping the beam at about 175 pounds und costing $7 a hundred, air. Lear purchased hair a dozen head of hogs from William Grow, of Garrard, the porkers pulling the ccnles to the notch, and costing the Lancaster trader $7 per hundred. J. C. ;!. thrco-qunrt- Wins Test Over 40 Cars Result cf the great Yale University Sheffield Scientific School Test. Of the forty automobiles tested at the famous Sheffield Scientific School iaberatcry the Maxwell stands first in economy of Gasoline consumption. Maxwell HJCK1"'Sl SHtffitio scientific school Ylt Utllvcrlltt ftlW MSVIN, three-quarte- fwirii(S OCPtRTMSNT CONC$TICUT l!ay lot 1S1D. hi Uli-ro- r tlow-o- r Car ld J073 CJvxpol Gcniiocnj - Ho if Gtroat ilavon. Com. Co? 1 en onsloolRG r?porS of toafc of your LVdwoII nutonoblls rooontly nnio in our laboratory. I nhould liko to add tho folloarins co.vxii.S3t prollmlmry toet was naflo on April 19th ( uolng a now car whl:h iraa rathor cfclff. Tho show la J was bo good that w dooldod to cnito a aaoond teat. Thio vaa nado on April 30th, uolng carco oar. On thia toot, Vd oar ohowod Iobo otlffnocc and tho porforcaaao 7M3 bottor than on tho first oar. Tho aooond tost was suporvlocd b7 our Eoat ocroful orporto, and tho ro&ults, I bolloto to bo porfeatly reliable. A 1. aCLUBILITT OF 7E3?. three-year-ol- The officlcncy of tho IsctoHI on a lovol rood Id osooptionally ono of forty autoaabllaa toatoJ In oir 2. lilLZAQS. sato-ifl- hl:. laboratory -- Thi,. mIo; ao indicated by tho nuabor of to data. record la bottor than that of nny nllaa of tho notor tnd oarburotor an lndicatod by tho pounda of used per hour par homo-pow- er at roar tlroc, lo exooodlncly pod, and lndioatca vory porfoot carburotor notion oror tho holo rango of opeod and load. Thia rooord 1&9 that cc ciloaso par gallon, 1b tho boat ono that wo have had. Vory 3. UO?C?. PSt?OPlfAT!0B. Tho sfficlc-'j- y pia-oll- no uo truly yours. Q -- aasisTiirr psofessoh uechanical ntciirsERWs. dJrrr- The table furnished by the Yale Sheffield Scientific School Power and Fuel test made on high gear of Maxwell stock Touring Car on comparatively level roads by Professors E. H. Lockwood and T. Q. Boyer, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale University. 1. 2. one-quart- 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Name of car Owner of car Date of test Weight of car with driver Wind resisting area Rolling resistance, declutched, high RearTatio, direct, measured' Tires, size, front and rear Tircc, make, U. S. . Non-skid MAXWELL, 1915 Model "25" Biever Motor Car Co., New Haven April 30th, 1915 2,000 lbs. 20 sq. ft. 36 lbs. 3.55 to 1 30 x 3.5 J 1 1 Wheel base Cylinders Carburetor Ignition Inflated to 70 lbs. 103 inches 2 Four, 3 K. D. Battery and Simms Magneto Simms-Huf- f i VJ FUEL Miles per Gallon Starter Gasoline spec. grav. 0.72 22S-poun- d ? i RfiHffl15, Attention Alfalfa Growers. Prof. D. S. Myer, specialist in field crops, will vibit Stanford on Saturday May 22nd for the purpose of lending such assistance us is possible to the alfalfa growers of Lincoln county. There will be u meeting at the court house at 2 o'clock p. m. Prof. Myer will talk to those interested and will be glad to go to farms and look over the ground giving any information concerning its composition, etc. Notice to Property Owners. Any one having fences or uny other obstructions within tho bounds of the turnpike roads of Lincoln county, is hereby notified to remove same within fifteen days of this notice, as prescribed by Acts 1910, Chap. 80, Paragraphs 52, 53 and 50. Any fenco being in tho way of operating the road machinery will be moved on" the right of way und costs of removal will be assessed against the owner of the property. No fences, except when beneficial to roads, will be ullowed to remain within the bounds of the right of You muy obtain the charter way. width of nny road by applying to County Koud Engineer, J. L. McKKK RIFFE, 39-County Rnad Engineer Poultry Keepers Read This. Tho j publishes below a communication from Mr. Rickey, Stute Agent in Poultry Club Work, entitled Sell, Kill or Confine tho "Roostt Because roosters are allowed to run SPEED Miles per Hour DRAWBAR PULL 10.2 19.8 30.1 Pounds 42. 60. 90. 132. HORSEPOWER At Rear Tires 1.2 3.2 7.2 14.1 40. 33.8 33.2 23.2 19.3 M I: A Car of Lehigh Just Arrived Come in and see and ride in one of these Record Breaking Maxwell Wonder Cars. Full We have just unloaded a car of Lehigh Portland Cement at our warehouse. If you are in the market for cement this is a chance you cannot afford to overlook. Lehigh is a cement which gives you the best value, for it is ground to such a fineness that it makes the strongest concrete. Touring Car $695 S.rTic. Sutton, Somtnat Strut Electric Starter $55 extra LtnlUlCEMENT lias been used on many of the largest municipal and paving contracts throughout the country a good test of its reliability. It will give you the best satisfaction in your concrete work. Come in and let us figure on your requirements. FOR SALE BY J. H. BAUGHMAN A CO. Call, write or telephone, and we will put one of our demonstrating cars at your disposal. H. "C. CARPENTER, Agent Lincoln. County National Bank STANFORD, KENTUCKY .J. riMBM4ttMu 4.'wiut.js. .;, J,W ,IJL ,j, ,ggBWP""i! w- -g