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No. 41 The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, May, 21, 1915 This Paper Stops Whea Tonr Tlnit It up Watck tin Date Oi Labat aal Renew Vonr Subieript'oa Promptly. Tuesdays and Fridays TO-DA- Y. Now Is The Best Time To Get Started In The Big GREAT TRAVEL TOUR AND PRIZE CONTEST Miss Miss Mrs. MIm Miss Mis MIm Contest-St- art A Your Campaign LINCOLN COUNTY BOOSTERS Florence North Kiln Rigney Stcvo Walker Martha Tucker JUST FAIRLY STARTED. CONTESTANTS WHO AT FIRST DID NOT THINK THEIR CHANCES WERE WORTH ANYTHING ARE NOW DAILY CHANGING THEIR MINDS. THE BIG RACE IS BEGINNING TO AT- TRACT ATTENTION ALL OVER THIS SECTION OF THE STATE. IF YOUR NAME IS ON THE LIST OF IF YOU'RE THINKING 01- - ENTERING THE CONTEST GET YOUR CAMPAIGN STARTED NOW. Gertie Elliott. It-- 1 Gilbert Creek, Ky. Mis Emma Holtzclaw Corn Kate R- -t Mcrtie G. Martin, . R-- .. l 2,875 CHRISTIAN WORKERS 1,425 IN CONVENTION HERE 2,000 3,425 1,000 Delegates from Four Counties In Two- 1,150 Days' Sessions at Stanford 1,000 3,175 3,025 1,825 2,275 3,475 5,375 5,100 3,875 1,450 5,050 Miss Nell Buck ENTER THE BIG RACE TO-DA- Y. CONTESTANTS WHO HAVE UEEN THINKING OF MAKING AN AC TIVE CAMPAIGN WILL FIND NO BETTER TIME TO GET A START THAN RIGHT NOW FOR THE REST VOTE OF- FER Or THE CONTEST IS NOW IN FORCE AND AND YOU GET THREE TIMES THE US- UAL NUMIIER OF VOTES ON ALL CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS. 5 CO, 100 votes 5.00 years I years 4.00 01,800 votes .'1 years 3.00 39,000 votes 2.00 25,000 votes 2 years 1.00 year 12.200 votes Back Subicriptiont and Renewals 10 years 55,800 votes $10.00 8.00 8 years votes n.oo T years 25,500 votes 4.00 10,200 vote 4 years .1 years S.fiO 14,00 votes 2.00 2 years 9,000 votes.... I year l.d-.1,000 votes. .. . Our Guarantee THIS BIG VOTE OFKKU IS T GUARANTEED TO UK THE AND HKST OF THE ENTIHK CONTKST. So turn in your subscriptions as fast as you receive them. If ou hold them back with the expectation of securing bigger votes on tin in you will be disappointed. We guarantee that no better offer will be made d uing the contest. 1 BIG-GKS- Preachersvllle, Ky, MIm Ruby Cress Miss Carrie Anderson Mrs. B. I. Illnnkenshlp Kings Mountain, Ky. Mis Grncc Thompson Miss Ada Murphy .. Mis Eva Leach Hubble, Ky. Mrs. J. Lee Murphy Stanford, Ky. Mis Patience Cnlmose . Miss Martha S. Rancy Mrs. Lucy Miller Hartley Miss Kittle Jones . Miss Eli7abeth Holtzclaw Miss Elsie Coleman Mrs. Wulter Jones .Miss 22,075 22,975 5,825 3,825 22,975 The Interior Journal' Big Travel Tour and Prize Contest is now fnirly of people htarted and hundred throughout tills flection of the state are clipping the 50 vote coupons from the paper and voting them in fnvor of the different candidates. Several new nomination!! have been received the past week and some of th candidates whose names have heen listed licfore, hut who have done no active work with the exception of rending them by In a few coupons given friends, are now beginning to awaken to the fact that they have n most ex. ccllcnt opportunity to win a valuable prize. It is really surprising how easy it is to get votes and subscriptions when n contestant show her friends that she really Intends to make an active race. Everybody likes to help a candidate who will idiow some inclination to help her-fiebut no one likes to help a who is only making a halfhearted race, or who will make no effort to help herself. Let Your Friends Know. If your name now appears in the lift ol candidate or if you have been thinking of entering, do not bo afraid to let your friends know that you intend to make nn active- race. You can do this either by having a personal talk with jour friends or by rending them letters. The contest manager will gladly furnish you letters already printed, to mail out to your friends. If a contestant so wis ho she can conduct practically her whole campaign by mnil. This it "Your Opportunity." There is a splendid opportunity for candidates in both districts to enter and win one of the prices cry easily. While we have been receiving thousands of the clipped coupons from the paper, in the majority of instancy these nave been sent in by subscribers who have been voting for the different candidates whose nnmes now appear on the list. Very few of the candidates have yet made a start and so far, we have mo-- e prizes than active workers. Especially is this true We invite in the second district. nominations from new candidates in r, Crab Orchard, Prcnchcrsvillo, and other towns Simply write the contest manager spying that you wish to make an active race and he will send you printed matter and full instructions for conducting your campaign. 75,000 Extra Voles Frrr. To enable new candidates who may wish to enter now, to get a good start in the big race, we will extend the date on the three .Spirn ltnnt frm May 20th to May Hist. On the first three subscriptions - either old or new turned in before May .'list, we will give a candidate three Special Ballots, good for 25,000 Etra Votes each in addition to the usual number given. Three subscriptions can easily be secured in a short time if the candidate trytt and these votes will be a good start in the big nice. Send in Yoilr Pholo. Those candidates who intend to make an active tace for the prizes are invited to tend in their photos for publication in the paper. Now Ii the T;ie to Start. Prospective candidates will And no better time to get started than right now for the biggest and best vote offer of the contest is now in force and you ge three times the usual number of vote on nil subscriptions. The schedule of votes ami the details of tho big votu offer are given below. The llig Votes. Triple votes will be given on both old and new subscriptions turned In before Thursday, June ,'trd. In addition to this big vote inducement, we will give J, 000 Extra Votes on every dollars' worth of now subscriptions turned in before Fiiday, May 28th, at I'. M. Head this over carefully for It is leully two offers in one. The schedule below includes all extra votes. Subscriptions sunt by mail will be accepted and counted under this lug vote offer if the envelope containing same is postmarked not Inter th-i9 I'. M.. .May 28th. This gives cuiulidates living at a distance an equal chance with those living close to town. New Subscriptions. 117,800 votes 10 years $10.00 8 years 103,200 votes 8.00 lf '.' Ijhi-casteV) Miss Miss Miss Miss Mis Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Lucille Ballou Sophia Sanders Maigaret Davison Mary Wnlden Gooch Anna Chancellor Josephine Brady Roxie Jennings Bessie Clay Karri Bessie Peek, 5 Cora Nunnelley Carrie Anderson, l Kvn Rankin Fannie Scott, RAnna Milburn 3 Osn Farmer, Dollie Wilcher Waynesburg, Ky. Miss Cora Singleton Miss Mary Warriner . R-R--l 22,975 22,975 1,000 1,000 4,175 3,800 3,750 Response Mrs. Geo. O. Robinson. 3,175 Reports of Auxiliaries and Circles. 10,075 Lancaster Auxiliary Mrs. Mount. 2,150 Stanford Auxiliary Mrs. William 2,875 Bright. 2,175 Hustonville Auxiliary Mrs. Hock- 22,975 er. . 7,150 Richmond Auxiliary Mrs. J. W. 3,575 Arnold. 4,375 Somerset Auxiliary 5,025 Stanford Circle .Miss Katie An 5,750 5,900 1,000 1,325 1,000 1,825 1,450 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,125 3,850 4,100 Not As Bad As Predicted. report wn current a few weeks ogo that on account of dull time, the L. & N. would cut off some fifteen or twenty of it operators in this immediate section, but we are glad to say that It i greatly exaggerated. Christian Church. There are pome changes, but the opThe Tenth District of the Christian erator herenbout arc not materially At the depot here there church, nbrncing the counties of alTcctcd, Madison, Gnrrnrd, Pulaski nml Lin- has been nor will there be any change, coln, held its nnnunl convention at Lognn McCall nnd J. C. Reynolds rethe Stanford .Christian church Thurs- maining lieutenant to Agent J. S. Rice. There is also no change at day and Fr'dny. Thursday was C. W. B. M. day and Hemp, Fred Gnrnett, H. P. Glnss- delegntes were present from nil the cock nnd (Joe Moer still holding auxiliaries to report the work done down that office. At Rowland Jack during the past year, to hear t!ic Lawrence, of Mt. Vernon, succeeds splendid addresses and discuss plans W. H. Overstrcet to the third trick, for future work. The State Secretary, Mr. Overstrcet goes to second trick, .Mrs. Louise L. Campbell voiced the and L. B. Hilton will continue to do opinion that this year's report was duty on the first trick. M. R. Wcs- the most instructive and Inspirational tcrlield, who has been working "second" nt Rowland, is now first call the 10th District hns ever held. will Mr. George 0. Robinson, of Lan- extrn man. He for a take Coe Moser's few weeks while caster, the district secretary, presid- place at Hemp agent nt Crab Orchard ed during the day. Tho order of lie is acting in the nbsence of the regular agent, events wns as follows: Mr. Ivan Fish, who is taking a little Morning Session. Devotional exercise conducted by rest. Tho Mt. Vernon office hns been closed at night. New Haven is now Mrs. J. W. Arnold, of Richmond. Prayers by Mrs. J. B. Kinnnird and only a day office, while Wanda has been entirely cut out. Mrs. Ellen Owsley. Greeting Mrs. Leila Cook. CRAB ORCHARD. Miss Gwendolyn Humphrey, of Tenn., was married this week to Mr. Harold Downey, of Birmingham, Ala., at the home of her parents in Jellico. Miss (i Winnie wns a great lav orite with all our young people who Jel-lic- o, Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss o HOW THEY STAND TODAY o Miss Following is the standing of o .Miss o o of the contestants up to Thurs- - o o day night, May 20th. I'in o Mis o votes together or place in en- - o o v elopes before depositing in o o the ballot box. Votes may be o Miss o clipped from the paper or they o Miss o are given free on both old and o Miss Ask for o Miss o new sulmcnptions. o votes when paying your sub- - o Miss o scriptions. o Miss o o Miss Mis If there is tiny mistake in the count Miss of any contestant's vote up to the Mis present date, cnll it to the attention Miss of the contest manager before next Mrs. Monday night. Miss Until fui tlier notice, contestants Miss will be nllnvved to poll n sufficient Miss number of votes to place their standings. 15,000 votes in advance of the Miss leader of the preceding issue. Where Mis.s more than the limit allowed are polled the balance of the votes are dropped Miss back into the ballot box and pub Miss lished In the following issue. MiDISTRICT NO. 1. Miss Moreland, Ky. 1.975 Miss Mis Miuellc I'ruitt 1,11 10 Miss Mb Mary Hanson I.j.i0 Miss .Miss I.ydia Weddle 5,.: io Mrs. Miss Anna S. Reynolds 1,525 Miss Mable McClure 1M2P .Miss Miss Olga Myers 1.H50 Miss Miss lieue Morgan 3,050 Miss Prudence Ferrell McKinney, Ky, Miss 1,000 Miss Miss I.innie Jones 1.500 Miss Miss Grace Jores (5.275 .Miss .Mary 1. Beck . -1,850 Miss Miss Stella Taylor 12,375 Miss Ruth Cookings 5,1125 .Miss Miss Ruth Tanner 5,425 Miss Miss Mary Lois Garni . Crab Orchard, Ky. 2,850 Miss Miss Mary Bailey 2 4,875 Miss Mis Julia Brown 3,825 Miss Mary Gaines 1,000 Miss Ben K. Howard R1,1150 Miss Torev Anderson, 2 1,325 Miss Miss Wadio Thompson, 2 2 1.8U0 Miss Miss Ella Rigsby 0,075 Miss Miss Mamie Holmnn .. 5,800 Miss Mi"i Bessie Reynolds r 3,875 Miss R. Mrs. Katie Hustonville, Ky. 5.425 Miss Miss Roberta Blain 22.745 Miss Miss Margaret Allen 2,750 Miss Annie Floyd 1,125 Miss .Miss Nancy Weddle Kdna Reynolds Vesta Simms, RSclmn Eiibanks, RMazie Braswell, R-l -l -l .... .... B-- Soshin Margie Blackerby . R-l -l Muncie 3 ooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooooooooooooo It-- -l H-- R-- R-- King-Cove- .Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Christine Lair Beecher Newborn Nora Kads Malindu Nave 22,1175 . 2.175 4,325 1,425 1,025 2, 125 1,075 Sadie Baughmau Clara Nunnelley Alice Gaun are: Acute and Chronic Rheumatism, Some Forms of Rheumatism Curable Rheumatism is n disease characterized by pains in the joints and in the muscles. The most common foims Rheumutic Headaches, Sciatic Rheumatism and Lumbago. All of these types can be helped absolutely by applying some good liniment that application of An penetrates. HJonn's Liniment is s'ood for pain, ami especially Rheumatic Pain, because It penetrates to the seat of the trouble, soothes ne ntllicted part and draws the pain. "Sloan's Liniment is nil medicine." Get a 25c bottle now. Keep it handy in case of emergency. 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 Address Send necessary blanks and instructions. Note Only one nomination blank will be acceplej for uy one candidate. The names of those making nomination will not be The following committees were ap 4,950 4,775 pointed. nomination Committee Mrs. Jen 5,800 3,750 nie Carpenter, Mrs. John Arnold, . 3,525 .Mrs. J. B. Kinnnird, Mrs. D. M. Walk2,075 er. Aims and Future Work 'Committee 2,275 Mrs. Louise Campbell. Mrs. J. A. . Willie Wilkinson 2,425 1,450 Amnion, Mrs. Ellen Owsley, Mrs. Lc- Lena Schoolnr, R- -l 1.850 lia Cook, Mrs. C. E. Tate. Stella Perkins Courtesy Committee Miss Angle Katie Barnes Dickerson' 1,700 Cora Perkins 1.875 Carpenter, Mrs. Guy Davidson, Mrs. Fnye Acton 1,575 I). L. Cobb. .. . . Afternoon Session. 3,250 Bessie Pnither Devotional Services conducted by Coy, Ky. 1,000 Hustonville Circle. Peachie M. Sanders Talk on Circle Work Mrs. D. D. Paint Lick, Ky. 3,525 Slade, Lexington. Lulu McWhorter Message from Stanford Circle 3,950 Docia Metcalf Gertrude Wilkinson. Brodhead, Ky. Duet "He Knows It All," by Mrs. 4.850 Judith McCall Miller. Ada Ward 3,175 Guy Davidson and Mrs. L. N.Work Talk on Young People's 2,100 Etta Sovvder 1,850 Mrs. .Mary S. Wnlden, Danville. Rica Brooks Solo, "I Am Happy In Him." 3,400 Etta Cable A. M. Hiatt 2,275 Mrs. Ii. F. Robinson. Recognition was made to Mrs. Guy Danville, Ky. Davidson, President of the I.nncaster Dye . 5,875 Circle for the exceptionally fine recElizabeth 2,850 ord they have made. Joyce Taylor I ho children gave n pleasing exer Junction Citj, Ky. Bessie Wright 1,925 cise in which they conducted n meet4,350 ing of a Junior Band. Gertrude Richardson Mrs. Geo. O. Kobinson was Lucy Hankla 4,100 3,250 im District Sporetnry and Mrs. Vic SnlVie GmliTis 2,825 tor Lear, District .Manager of Junior Work. Shelby City, Ky Rev. Tinder of Lancaster addressed 3,750 Agnes McCord Emily Murphy 4,125 the C. W. B. M. Convention at the Christian church Thursday night on Liberty, Ky. Mossie Bell 3.275 the subject, "The Perils of the Rural .. 3,050 Church.' Gertrude Cunditr Bud, Ky. LATEST WAR NEWS 1,000 .. . Lennie Burton Yosemite, Ky. Any remaining hope that Italy Ruby Lee Fogle . . . 1,000 would maintain her neutrality was 1,000 abandoned when the Italian Chamber Sally Estes Gay Jones 1,000 of Deputies conferred upon the Gov1,000 ernment extraordinary powers by the . .. Anita Wells . 1,000 vote of 407 to 74. The bill passed Evelyn Cash amid tremendous enthusiasm. Middleburx, Ky. Both Ruth Dye 1.000 Italy and Austria have made all mil1,000 itary and naval preparations before Stella Jones Arabia, Ky. the diplomatic action at Rome and 1,450 the formal collapse of the Triple Al. .. Lake Carter liance. The German and Austrian Advices from Chattanooga in Fri- Ambassadors were still in Rome Inst indi- night arranging for the safety of day morning's papers' seem to cate that the Louisville & Nashville their nationals. .News or the Italian Dixie Highway Route will win over crisis was received in Washington the Blue (Jrass Route. with intense interest. W. E. Spangler, of Cashmere, W. Vn and O. W. Spangler, who is atJ. II. Conn, of Lancaster, took this tending a medical college in Chicago, morning s train for Mt. crnon to came home to attend the burial of look after some plumbing work. their father, Mr. G. W. Spangler. SHERIFF'S SALE White Man With Black Liver. Joe McDowell . Plaintiff Tho liver is n luoud purifier. It vs. was thought at one time it was the Tilford & Lee Messer Defendants seat of the passions. The trouble On Mondn, May 24th, 1915, the with most people is that their Liver first day of the Lincoln Circuit Court. becomes black because of impurities I will sell at the Courthouse in Stan physical ford, Ky., to the highest bidder, upon In the blood due to bad states, causing Biliousness, Headache a credit of three months, with 0 per Dizziness Dr. cent Interest from date, bond with anil Constipation. King's New Life Pills will clean up approved security and lieu retained tho Liver, and give you new life. 25c upon property for pui chase money; at your Druggist. one bay colt foaled in 1911, sired by Kentucky Choice 3705. dam Trixie Sold Their Hotel. Quick; one bay filly, foaled in 1911 & Bovvyer, of McKinney, Musters by Kentucky Choice 3705, dam Ethel who liuve advertised their hotel prop- D.. to satisfy a judgment in the n erty at McKinney for sale in these Quarterly Court in the cuse of sold it to Civil columns, have Joe .McDowell, plaintiff vs. Tilfprd of Middleburg. possession to and Lee Messer, defendants, for the be given July Ut. Their store at sum of $130.00 with 0 per cent inthat place is also offered for sale. terest from May Gtli, 1914 with $20 probable cost. Our "Jitney" Offer-r-Tand Sc J. C. WEATHERFORD, 'this slip, DON'T MISS THIS. Cut Sheriff Lincoln County five cents to Foley & enclose with Co., Chicago, 111., writing your name to see the little people Be suie and address clearly. You will receive Satuidny evening. 1 in return a trial package containing Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, Danger to Children. for coughs, colds and croup. Foley Serious illnesses of'.uu enli Kidney Pills, and Foley Cathartic lingering coughs and colds. The hackTablets.. Sold everwhere. ing and coughing and disturbed sleep Medical authorities agree that rack a child's body and the poisons colds are infectious. In some cities weaken the system, so that disease children with colds are barred from cannot be thrown off. Foley's Honoy schools. Spring's changing weather and Tar Compound has cased coughs, brings many colds. The quickest and olds and croup for three generations; safe way to stop colds, coughs and safe to use nnd quick to act. There is croup is to give Foley's Honey and no better medicine for croup, cough i Tar Compound. For sale everywhere. and colds. Sold everywhere. -l tLip-coihls 11-f.-o- Bertha Rogers Mabel Wright, RRoberta Burton. IM Myrtle Johnson ROrithin Warlicld Mt. Salrm, Ky. Nannie McKinney DISTRICT NO. 2 Lancaster, Ky. Elsie Morris. Kathleen Wnlter Florence Dawes Ella Henry Stella Conlev LHHe Mav Sutton . Martha Tinder Lillic Jones Kate Hiimm R-l R-- R I.elia Gooch .. groom is said to be an excellent gen tleman and holds a position with the Queen nnd Crescent railroad. They derson. were handsomely entertained by Miss The following subjects were dis Bessie Reynolds, where a bountiful cussed in open conference: supper was partaken of with nbout 1. The Morning Watch .Mrs. eighteen friends. We with their many Lexington. Louise Campbell, friends extend our very best wishes 2. New Members, Guests Mrs. J. for a long useful nnd happy life. V. Arnold, Richmond. It is with deep regret we give up 3. Division Plan, Mrs. Jennie Car .Mr. Carroll Bailey s excellent family. penter, Hustonville. Society will miss them. The church, 1. Individual Development Mrs. Ladies Aid Society, Christian EndeavWill Arnold, Lancaster. will miss them, and especially will Auxiliary's Relation to Circle or Sunday School miss the help ren5. the to Voting People's Work, to Church dered by Miss Ophelia Lackey, its Miss bailie Elkin, Lancaster. superintendent. We hope to see them 0. Honor Roll Conditions Mrs. back real often. Clarence Tate, Stanford. Mrs. Maggie Cover was in our city The Relation of Icmpcrancc to this week looking her garden Mission Work, by Mrs. J. U. Kinnnird and we are glad she aftersoon bs home wil Lancaster. to stay. Message from State Secretary Mesdames W. E. Perkir.s, Agnes Mrs. Louise L. Campbell. Nancy Liner and Miss Bird greatly rejoice In her happiness. The Herin, Perkins went to Danville Tuesday shopping. Dr. Burgin was sent as a delegate to Chattanooga on good roads commit tee by Ciab Orchard Commercial Club Wednesday. Mrs. Walter Jones and Miss liettie Warren of Stanford, were here Tues day hustling subscriptions for the Interior Journal. The supper given by the Ladies Aid of the Baptist church was well attended and about $25 realized. Dr. and Mrs. Burgin, Mrs. J. II. Collier, Miss CInra Collier and Mrj. Walker went to Danville Wednesday shopping. R. L. Colter took them in his auto. Mrs. R. L. Collier entertained the Dixie Rook Club Monday afternoon A most delightful salad lunch was served. The Bnptist Sunday School will hold a convention Saturday, May 29. Rev. Rogers will be here anu will preach at night also Sunday and Sunday. Rev. Manifold will deliver the baccalaureate sermon at the Christian church Sunday morning, May 23. We hope a large crowd will be in attendance. Don't forget to attend the commencement exercises Monday night, Tuesday night and the play to be given by the school Thursduy night. Also don't f oi get to attend the supper given by the Christian church members Monday night at the college building. Fined for "Dogging' Hogs. In Judge J. P. Bailey's court Thursday, Mr. Samuel Damron, of the Mt. Salem section, was fined $10 for setting his dogs on nogs belonging to Arch Leonard. His attorney, K. S. Alcorn, remarked that- - he was sorry the tine was not enough to go to a higher court, wheieupon Judge Bailey said he would make the tine $25 in order that he might have the opportunity. The trial of Frank Shields, for striking Dr. J. T. Hammonds, was continued on account of one of the attorneys not being able to be present. Will Move to Stanford. G. II. Masters, the hustling senior Mrs. E. It. Ilutclungs the stable back: of the Myers House and about July 1st will open in it a horse and auto livery. Mr. Masters will move his family to this place and he would like to rent a house of live or six rooms He comes to Stanford in order to get the benefit of her splendid schools. partner of the hrm of Masters and Bovvyer, at McKinney, has bought of Whole Family Dependent. Mr. E. Williams, Hamilton, Ohio, writes: "Our whole family depend Maybe someon one in your family has a severe cold perhaps it is the baby. The orig is iin inal Dr. Bells ever ready household remedy it gives immediate relief. Pine-THoney penetrates the linings of the Throat and Lungs, destroys tho Germs, and allows Nature to act. At your Druggist, 25c. ur Chattanooga late this week, Stanford sent a delegation composed of MesThe year' work nt the Stanford srs. Will Severnncc, J. S. Hockcr, Graded nnd High School ends today Judge J. P. Bailey nnd D. M. Walker nnd next week will be occupied with to Hnrrodsburg where they conferred the nnnunl Commencement exercises, a short while with Kentucky's two Commencement really starts Satur-- I Commissioners, Messrs. Claude Mer- day night, however, for the first encer and Harry B. Hanger Tuesdny. tertainment will be held thenat the They received no positive assurances opei u house, it being the Children's but returned satisfied that nt least Recital under the direction of Miss one of the Kentucky commissioner Esther Burch. Thf-e- r is heartily in fnvor of the selection are eighteen graduates this of the Blue Grass route for the Dixie (year, one of the largest graduating Highway, which will bring it through classes ever known in the history of Stanford and on Southward. Delega- the local school. The graduates are: tions from Danville, Lancaster and Clinton Coleman. Snlllc Mills Craig, other central Kentucky points which Mary S. Cook, Harry Farmer, Ellen are interested in securing the routing May Holtzclaw, Boyce Htinn, Maggio of the celebrated highway were also Jones, .Kntherine Jones, Annie Davis on hand nt Ilarrodsburg. Tho com- McRoborts, Hessie Moore, Vcrna Rout missioners made a tour south of Lex- Mnymc Singleton, Elizabeth Warren, ington, visiting a number of points, Gertrude Wilkinson, Hnrvey Wilkininspecting the roads nnd historic and son, Will Wood and Knte Lynn Wood. scenic points of interests. Quite a disappointment was caused On Wednesday Congressman Har- today when advices were received vey Helm, of Stanford, and Dr. W. J. from President J. G. Crabbe, of tho Burgin, of Crab Orchard, went to Enstern State Normal School at RichChattanooga, to attend the meeting mond, that illness would prevent him of the Dixie Highway Commission, from delivering Commencement adand to see that Lincoln county's in- dress to the graduates, scheduled for terests are well lo"oked after. They next Wednesday evening. Prof. E. F. carried with them the handsome book- Farquhar, of State University, Lexlet showing historic scenes and points ington, has been secured to take his of interest in Lincoln county. place. He is said to be a fine speaker. All of the exercises will be held IMPORTANT STEP IN BIG SUIT at the Stanford opera house, which is being handsomely decorated unWrit of Prohibition Asked of Appel- der the direction of Miss Annie McKinney. late Court in Robinson Insur- The nnnual Baccalaureate sermon ance Case. will be preached to the graduates and A dispatch from Frankfort to the their friends at the opera house Suncity papers this week had the fol- day evening at 8:15 p. m. There will lowing concerning steps in the J. B. be no other services in the city that Robinson insurance case which is now evening. Those who will compose tho pending in the Lincoln Circuit Court special choir that evening will meet and which has attracted much atten- tonight at the Christian church at tion because of the points of law and 7:30 o'clock for practice. The Bac the large nmout involved. The dis- calaureate sermon will be preached by Kev. J. O. Clmndler, pailor of the patch said: "The Equitable Life Assurance So- First Methodist Church of Lexington. The complete calendar of the Com ciety of New York has asked the Court of Appeals for a writ of pro- mencement exercises is as follows: Commencement Calendar. hibition to prevent Judge Charles A. Saturday. May 22 at 3:30. Mozart Hardin, of tho Lincoln Circuit Court, carrying into effect an order referring Club will entertain the Tennis Club the suit of J. B. Robinson s estate for and faculty. Saturday. May 22 at 8:15 p. m. $230,000. his alleged share in the earnings of the company for the for- Children's Recital at Opera House. Sunday. May 23, 8:15 p. m. Bac ty years from 1809 to 1912. during which he carried a policy on his life calaureate Sermon. Monday, May 21, 8:30 p. m. Bach for $10,000. During the forty years Kobinson Club Recital. Tuesday. May 25. 8:15 p. m. Se paid in cash premiums on the $10,000 Evening. a total of $11,500.15 in addition to nior Class p. m. Wednesday. May 20, dividends amounting to $4,177.05, Commencement Evening.8:15 which were applied to reduce the preThursday. May 27, 8:15 p. m. miums. The company in the meanRecital. time, it is alleged, had accumulated Annual these exercises will be held All of a surplus of $72,000,000, which the at the Stanford Opera House. estate contends is in fraud of the participating policy holders. They Commencement at Crab Orchard. claim the face of the policy, excesA number of delightful entertain sive premiums paid and a share in the ments have been arranged for the anprofits of $72,000,000 aggregating nual Commencement of the Crab Or-$230,000. chard school next week. Prof. U. G. The company paid into court and Hatfield has had i very successful offered to settle for $10,000 with 0 year. The complete programs ot tne per cent interest, but Judge Hardin on are to be appointed Master Commissioner E. D. exercises this issue of foundI. J. other the pages of Pennington, James T. Wilson, cf Ilarrodsburg, and Guy Vansant, of the Double Wedding Here Thursday. State Insurance Department, a comMr. Terrell Withers and Miss Wil mission to inquire into the affairs of and the insurance company relative to the lie Belle Holtzclaw, Lena Mr. William Traylor Dudderar and Miss contention of the plaint.ffs and re prised their friends by driving to sur the port. eveThe insurance company contends Methodist parsonage Thursday wedthat the court was without' jurisdic- ning where in a beautiful double in couples were joined tion to do these things, and asked for ding the two were acompanied by a a writ of prohibition and restraining life. They few intimate friends. Both grooms order. nre prosperous young farmers, Mr. CARLISLE MYERS APPOINTED Withers being the son of the late Lin- n Withers of the north end of coln county while Mr. Dudderar is tho Rural Route Carrier at Hustonville son of Mr. Dave Dudderar of GarCrab Orchard Route Extended. rard cou..y. Miss Holtzclaw is tho third daughter of Mrs. Lucy HoltzCarlisle Myers, of Hustonville, has claw who lives near Dix river on the just been notified by Congressman Lancaster pike and Miss Traylor is Helm, of his appointment as carrier ithe daughter of .Mr. and .Mrs. U. H. on Ruial Route, No. 1, out of Hus- Traylor until recently residents of tonville, on which route a vacancy 'Stanford. Both nre beautiful and athas existed for some time. Mr. My- tractive young ladies and the fortu- ers is a son of Judge W. M. Myers, Inate young gentlemen are to be con and is one of the most popular young gratulated on the prizes they have men in the WVst End. He stood v won. All their friends join in most congratulations and best line civil service examination. He will hearty be assigned to duty at once. Con- wishes for a long and happy journey gressman Helm has secured from the through life. e Department an order efElixir Springs Picnic Tomorrow. fective June 1, extending the Rural Elixir Springs, in Casey county, route No. 2 out of Crab Orchard to go into the Spainey, Flatwood sec- will have its opening tomorrow and tion of Garrard county, a further dis- will celebrate the occasion with a big tance of nbout five miles, which picnic. Skating and dancing will be thange will give rural service to indulged in and nothing will be left about 120 people without additional undone to make it thoroughly enjoyable to all who attend. By the way, cost to the Government. announcement of the springs appears A very delightful part of the com- on nnother page of this paper, which you nre invited to read. mencement exercises will be the Recital by the Music and I 41-- 1 Man Takes His Own Medicine Departments. An Optimist. Saturday NO PICTURE show He has absolute faith in his medi41-- 1 nigh- t- School entertainment. cine he knows when he takes it for certain ailments he gets relief. PeoCouple. A Seventy. Year-Ol- d ple who take Dr. Ring's New DisMr. and Mrs. T. B. Carpenter, covery for an irritating Cold are OpPa., suffered from kidney timists they know this cough remtrouble for many years but have been edy will penetrate the linings of the entirely cured by Foley Kidney Pills. throat, kill the germs, and open the He says: "Although wo are both in way for Natture to act. You can't tho seventies we are as vigorous us destroy a cold by superficial treatwe were thirty years ago." Foley Kid- ment you must go to the cause of ney Pills stop sleep disturbing bladder tho trouble. Be an optimist. Get a weakness, backache, rheumatism and bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery aching joints. Sold everywhere. today. I La-baPost-officHar-risbur- g, Go To Chattanooga To Attend Dixie School Finishes Work Today and the Highway Meeting. Commencement Affairs Will OcPreliminary to the big meeting of cupy Most of Next Week. Dixie Highway Commissioner nt the EIGHTEEN MEMBERS OF THE GRADUATING CLASS . n Cecil's Will Probated. The will and codicil of the late Granville Cecil was probated in county court at Danville under the decision of Judge G. W. Coulter. Tho matter of a trustee for Miss Sara Cecil will be taken up later. The defense offered no evidence against the probation of the will and codicil, but it is understood that u contest will follow in the higher court. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL'S TRAVEL TOUR AND PRIZE CONTEST This Ballot Must Be Voted on or Good for 50 Votes FOR Address Before May 28th - .DISTRICT No.. Don't Be a "Grouch." Many persons acquire a reputation for crankiness and grouchiness when their dispositions are not to blame. Peevishness, irritation, morbidness, biliousness, melancholia most often r.re tho result of impaired Indigestion and torpid liver. Foley Cuthurtic Tab- :cU make you light, cheerful and en n;etic. SMd everywhere. This Coupon, when neatly cut out and brought or mailed to the Contest Department of the Interior Journal will count for the person whose name is written thereon. Contestants should clip and save the co'jpont and get their friends to do likewise. (Not good after the date above mentioned.) - A ." Jt" I'. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, May, CONDENSED REPORT To the Comptroller of the Currency by the LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK : : May 1st, J 9 5 : Stanford, Ky. RESOURCES Loans $323,597.40 137,650.00 Stocks Bonds and 10,750.00 Banking House Cash and Due from Banks 36,382.43 $508,379.83 The Interior Journal WALTON A 21 , 1915 COME FROM REMOTE SEC i TIONS OF THE GLOBE Teniae Medicinal Proper Drawi ties From Many Polntt Far Away. ' Editors II A nnd SAUFLEY 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 TEAK UTHltTXI IN AUTAKCB Mf4 tnlitU rUl mall mutrr. Ikt rittfif it Sfntri M Total .1' i ! -- tr 3L r j T 1 ' LIABILITIES Capital, Surplus, Profits $206,099.79 98,000.00 Circulation 184,280.04 Deposits 20,000.00 Bills Payable '"s POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Interior Journal In authorized to nnnouncc the following candidates for office, subject to the Democratic primary, August 7th, 1915. For Circuit Judge C. A. HARDIN', of Mercer county. CHAS. C. FOX,, of Boyle county. For Commonwealth' Attorney E. V. PURYEAR, of Doyle county. R. W. KEENON, of Mercer county. J. S. OWSLEY, Jr., Lincoln county. For Railroad Commltslonar WM. F. KLAIR, of Fayette county. J. E. NEWMAN, of Nelson county. For Circuit Clerk JESSE D. WEAKEN. MARSHALL C. NEWLAND For RepreientatWe In Legislature W. G. GOOCH. Total $508,379.83 "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE" k 1 !.' Sir Knights, Wives And Friends. welcome you to Danville and a cordial invitation to visit our store during the .68th Annual Conclave of the Grand of the State of Kentucky. Wre Com-mande- ry May 25th to 27th. PARKS & HENDREN, Danville, Ky. WHEN YOU PAINT USE "The Brand That Satisfies" H. & W. Pure Prepared Paint DURABLE PROTECTS YOUR BEAUTIFIES PROPERTY H. & W. Paint works freely under the brush, covers 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. & W. Pure Prepared Paint and accept no substitute. Lexington; Second Mrs. George Grant, Louisville; Corresponding Secretary Mrs. The Somerset Journal says that II. B. Ripy, this paper is inconsistent because it Federation Secretary Mr. General Richard docs not approve of the popular, and L. Lacey, Franklin. we micht say, lazy habit of publish ing again what appeared in the pa Go to the opera house Monday per years ago, and pays that in the same issue we make the protest we night nnd hear the last recital the publish a letter from a gentleman re- Bach Club will give as a student body. citing occurrences of thirty years They will be assisted by Mrs. D. S. ago. The cases are not at all parallel Brer. May, as you well know. The Gregory and Elizabeth Higgins, voice contribution was sent in by nn old students, nnd Mis Lissa Holtzclaw Stanford man who now lives out and Mr. Harry Rcinhart, piano stuWest and who told interestingly of dents of the College of Music, of Cinevents of the long ago. This article cinnati. Admission 25 cents; reserve nor any part of it had ever before seats 35c; school children lfc. appeared in any other paper. The Rockcattle Road Bondt Valid. items you are publishing are clipped from your columns of a decade or Rockcastle county's road bond ismore ago and are aoout as well re- sue, which carried on March 27 by a membered by your readers as they vote of 2.230 to 472, was declared are by you. No, no, the I. J. hasn't valid by the Court cf Appeals Thursspace to print the same article twice, day in an opinion by Chief Justice and it wouldn't if it had barrels to Miller, nfirming the Kockcastle Court spare. in the suit of E. S. Albright against County Judge G. M. Ballard. That portion of Kentucky touching BLUE LICK. the West Virginia line has not awak ened to the great importance of betThere will be a fifth Sunday meetter roads; that is they are not willing ing at the Blue Lick Baptist church to bond for them, (Jnly a few weeks on the 30th of May. The following ago Boyd county went against the ministers will be here: Rev. K. G. proposition to spend $500,000 in .Martin, will deliver the welcome ad- macadamizing her roads and now dress at 10:30 A. M. Rev. Youne has Lawrence county, adjoining, has been invited from McKinney. He will defeated the propositon to be given a place on the program for vote bonds to the extent of $100,000. a talk, Mr. J. C. McClary and Dr. M. That the citizens of both counties D. Early of Stanford will be on hand will regret their action, there is no in the afternoon and each will give doubt, for the man who does not do talks. All of the peakers arc fine and his share toward the improvement of everybody should come to hear them. road conditions in this day and time Refresments will be served on the can not he said to be doing his best grounds. Everybody invited to come for himself, his property and his and bring full baskets. home. Vice-Presidely The Louisville Times, commenting Wilson's letter to Col. llaldcman rcgnrding his position on the liquor question, declares that "There are no present circumstances in Kentucky which justify state-wid- e agitation." Probably the Times, which is recognized as one of the organs of the liquor interests, thinks not, but everyone who, from an unbiased standpoint recognizes as an eternal principle of democracy: tho right of the majority to rule, knows full well that the great mass of the people of Kentucky want a vote on this question and liquor interests, their political henchman and candidates for governor and their newspaper mouthpieces, are doing everything in their power to prevent the people from having a vote on the question. Just let the people have a say and it will very quickly be demonstrated wheth er there nre any "circumstances which justify such agitation. If the majority of the people are against the proposition, let them say so; and well and good, but how can any one argue democratic consistency in urging that the people should have a vote on working convicts on the roads, wom an suffrage, changing the tax laws or other questions most of which the Times has been demanding be submitand yet seek ted to popular vote ing to deny the people a vote on the state-wid- e question. on President The ingredients, or medicinal elements, which compose Tanlac come from many remote sections of the earth, the Alps, Appcnines, Pyrenees, Russian Asia, Europe, Jamaica, lira-zWest Indies, Mountain States, near the Rocky mountains, Asia HI-- J nor, Persin, India, Russia, England, France, Germany, Mexico, Columbia and Peru nre among the points from which the principal properties of this remarkable preparation arc obtained. In the principal laboratory of tlic Cooper Medicine Company, Inc., un- der the efficient direction of Hcrr Jo- scph Trimbach, a native German chemist, these medicinal herbs, barks, nnd flowers are assembled in the developed rough and so as to obtain of that high standard of efficiency shown by the uniform preparation Tanlac. In sterlized bottles, made expressly for the purpose, Tanlac is placed, labeled and cartoned. The preparation is inspected again nnd then crated for shipment to points the Vtulld Vtllcle the drlnnlid Inquires. Tanlac, the premier preparation, is now obtainable in Stanford at the 41-Penny Drug Store. pains-tnkingly . 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 approval 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 Short, Silk Hote these hote we have in plain black, white, tan and tand colort, black with white clocking and white with "black clocking up the tide, t I t I I ' 0r For the Young Men- - 1 Lancaster It On the Boone Way, Too. By a purely typographical error. the name of Ijincnster was omitted from the list of towns through which the Boone Way will pass, in the last issue of the I. J. The omi.ion is sin- ccrcly regretted for the Garrard county boys, led by John M. Fnrra and Henly V. Bastin made a line I'nrht acainst some Individual oppo sition in certain quarters and won out. The route goes from Stanford to Lancaster and thence to Danville, nnd the I. J. regrets that in some incomprehensible way the hustling little capital of Garrard was leftout of its first report of the proceedings. .Mrs. W. A. Neck Tlet, Silk and Linen Handkerchief!, Full Drett, Plaited Botnm, White and Taney Silk Shirti, Silk Sox In black, tan, white, navy, purple and We have the gifts if you want to give. 1$ palm beach) black with while clocking, white with black clocking up the tide, Belli wilh plain or initial buck, let In black, Ian, white, palm beach. McROBERTS & BAILEY MAIN STREET . ' STANFORD, KENTUCKY FOR THE TIRED, RUNDOWN AND OVERWORKED I State Women Elect Officer'. Tribble and Mrs. Shel- ton Sauflcy, delegates to the State I STOMACH TROUBLES meetings at Lexington this week, have returned, greatly pleased with their visit. The State rederation of omens llulis elected Mrs. Mr. Ragland Writes officers ns follows: President Interesting Morris Bnrtlett. Lawrencobur; Hrt nt Mrs. William T. Laf-fort- y, Letter on This Subject. Madison Hcifihts, Va. Mr. Chas. A. Ragland, ol this place, writes: "I have been taking Thedtord's for indigestion, nnd other stomach troubles, also colds, nnd find it to be the very best medicine I have ever used, After taking for a few days, I always feci like a new man." Nervousness, nausea, heartburn, pain in pit of stomach, and a feeling of fullness after eating, nre sure symptoms of stomach trouble, and should be given the proper treatment, as your strength and health depend very largely upon ycur food and its digestion. To get quick and permanent relicl from these ailments, you should lake a medicine of known curative merit. Its 75 years of splendid success, in the treatment of just such troubles, proves the real merit of Thedford's Safe, pleasant, gentle in action, and without bad it is sure to benefit both young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25c. N. Cin. Hlack-Drauclil Black-Draught Black-Draught. after-effec- ts, Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, THE REXALL STORE THE MOST mmumhLhmh PERSON There arc certain times of the year when oeryone is more or loan put out of condition and we recomKEXALL mend CELERY AND IRON TONIC This invaluable nere builder will aid in restoring all the organs of the body to u healthy stHte, toning up and the sjstcm, and giving new energy to the spirits. Will not derange the stomach. Your money back if nut Mltl'ficcl. $1.00 the Bottle. Sold Only By Ut Ky. ATTRACTIVE LINE OF SILKS, CREPES, CREPE DECHENE, POPLINS. IN CRAB SILK AND WOOL SHOES AND OXFORDS, SILK HOSE EVER SHOWN ORCHARD. COME TO SEE FOR YOURSELF, t t L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. jj S Here The I7L IOU Want What V T People's tise What Market Place Adver-YoHave to Sell u T. D. NEWLAND Opposite the J O mn. one 01 vv. n ,i;ii 0c aons u. nuns 25c dinners during circuit court. It mi ... Court-Hous- e, Graduating Present at Mueller's Jewelry Store, Stanford. Silos bf the Saginaw mnke, the bent made, for aalc by J. L. Ueazley 38-- 3 and Co. High grade Paints have the analysis label on each can. Demand and accept no brand of Paint that does not show analysis of its contents. : : : : SHUGARS' DRUG STORE, STANKORD, KY. Gov. Hatfield's message to West Virginia Legislature, which he recently called into extraordinary ses sion, demands the enactment of laws to relieve the financial situation there. It is claimed by the "wet" element that the wiping out of the saloons from the State has caused the deficit, while the "drys" charge that the trouble is caused by the of the chief execu tive, who has made a failure in his ef fort to control the financial situation. Any way, West Virginia is in a strait for funds and something has to be done ot replenish tho coffers of the State, uhish has been In a turmoil more or less since she was cut off from the ".Mother State." Col. Harry Weissinger, the Louisville capitalist, who died last week, by his will, left his estate of more than two million dollars to his widow, saying that as she iad been his real partner thru life, she was entitled to all he had accumulated. Col. Weis-bingcould have paid no more beautiful tribute to her who had traveled life's journey with him. It shows who nn appreciation of a help-memust have been one in all the word er Wants to Sell You a W. J. Oliver Plow. A Plow that is O. K. Also Your Good Fresh Garden Seed. TRADE' IfABfcT MARK Reg. U. S. Tat Off. Ten young cows with calves by side. Josh Jones, Stanford, It. P. D. 388tf. No. 2. YOU .can get a good meal at W. K. Willis & Sons' restaurant for !5c during circuit court. Try one. It Eli Hay press in fir.t class condition. Will sell reasonable. FOK SALE For Boys and Girls REENFORCED WITH LINEN WELT: Vtry claiUc Never binds ice. Go To Farris' For Your Address Albert Schuler, Waynesburg, R. F. I). No. 1. 11-- 8. GENUINE tlermnn Millet Seed for sale by the Junction City Lumber Co., (Incorporated), of Junction City, 37-Ky. 0. B. W. LEIGH. HUSTONVILLE, KY. Ma- Special weave. Very tiong and durable. Very elamc Extra long alwaya In the ti(bt place. KNEE: f. Garden Tools and Seeds.... Great Variety Arid Prices Right. Alwayi comfort able. Always reaches and covers the knee ol the wearer. s, TRUSTEES who want u experienced teacher should phone Mi.ss Fannie Young at High-- ' land or write her at Waynesburg, R. F. D. No. 1. Will give reference if 38-f- i wanted. first-clas- Full Stock of Groceries, Crown Gasoline, chine Oils, Etc. Get my Prices. They will surprise you. means. Dr. Highest Market Price Paid For Country Produce Of All Kinds. Ben L. Bruner has announced his candidacy fur Governor on the Republican ticket, but he put it off too long. K1 Morrow has gotten the pledges and will get the votes, which will be really better for the doctor, for the honor, of course, will be an empty one, and the loser wins in the long run. Fresh Vegetables Always on Hand. Get Them in Three Times Each Week. CJuiictolbcel and edge of ribbed leg form a straight line over Imtrpcf stocking. Instep of wearer always in clastic ribbed part. No bindin- geasy 08 and en. TOE 1 Hand. finished. Special weave Very dur- INSTEPi An nged LOST OR STOLEN. brown horte mule, weighing about 1,000 pounds. Had a halter and rope on when last seen Sunday night. Re- UNION SUITS. B. V. D. and Porosknit For Men ward for information to Henry R. F. D. 4, Stanford. Luns-fow- l, 4l-l- p Special weave Very strong and durable. l. IIEELl I am SHORTHORN DULL. a aeason with II. E. Gaines' registered Shorthorn bull at $2 at the gate. V. W. Gaines, R. F. D. No. 1, Stanford. and Boys. Children's Recital at Opera House Saturday evening at 8:10, General udmUsion 25c; children 15c; reserved seats, 35c 11-1 I WILL break your horses to rido and drive, nlso gait them when so desired. Terms reasonable) nnd good care given to them. Address Thos. Hackley, Stanford, Ky. 3 11-- w. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard Kentucky Best of Fruits of Various Kinds. Call and Get Some. E. B. : Campbell, Stanford. ej II ( Let the 1. J. print your horse and jack cards. !u,l aiilliallont as tbrr canuot rfarh the uWi.4d iferikui of ttjc- - car Tliru U onlr ou. wt tu rur d.afh., and that la t'7 cuniUtutlou la tauavil br au liiDuiueil al rvaifell. Iwnlit ( lb uiuttHH liuinjf of lb hu.lutlitan miimIIiUm Wb-Mil Tub laW la luflauuit y I feaf ft. 4liul r luurrfnt Waring, anil wbtfl ntftlblllitf la IL rt.ull ami It la . i. drill , -.J i.kt-i- i balMM Uui loBaiuuiaU'JH rav b out anil tMa tub. naitiMi tu Ha wrtual uui!Ul.iu licar bliit i'nh out of l4T Kill b bwtroyitl bjr lalanli. ubMi U MHblnit but In are uil wn im l Tiara Mtrfw.a. M laniewd , .nnni of dpi-ilui fur any catae W. will jfv i ei Ihufba 1'iu.nt I'V , taritu lata! eabaut Im eatai) bjr I'm ut.ib Inn hM far clHU tura, bar I J i 111 v IV i. to.. TiMv, O. : F44 b l'i ifci-'- j lka iiii a . . j.117 uui lor La Deafness C nnot Be Cured able and strong, I?tir no sesm Kub-prt- to touch anv TENDER part of the toe slub-proo- AUTOLiVERY I am rov7ro-pare- d to make trips nn',vlHire, day or nignt, rales reasonable lilvo tne a triul. Jas. Tribble. I'liono 133. 41-- 1 J. C. M'Clary jH sj.. J. ae l MV--iaSm'V- ajfc . tmi For School or Dress, All weights All sizes. Every pair guaranteed, oc. 0l" a PJ,r . A. S. PRICE Office DENTIST HUH TMvE&K&rmQM 1A , , I L. Beazley & Co., A. anh up Hours, C to 4 o'clock Over Shugar's Oru Good For Sale By Frm at a Harsafn. everance & Son. TtrtaMl? & Bwfe WW I 2UXUVU KENTUCKY. mm. In ts. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALME8 STAFFORD, ttHmfh, Crob Qwliurd, Ky. Mtf j UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Furniture IIattlna, Rugs. Furnl-- . turo Exchanged (or all Kinds Of Stock. STANF0HD, KY, PHONE 42 W I '7 , ssyBirqafc tarrr. xaKTjcsil rrrn? '- - wti-hm- twwiM9rHWAWHUiMi $ ft 1 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, May, 21, 1915 Oil, Oil, Attention I can snve you 3 Farmer. I ;ee th Commencement Program CRAB ORCHARD HIGH SCHOQL See the I I. J. for lowest price on horse and jack cards wl!1 John Deer & Leverless Cultivator -- At the Baptist Church Wednesday Evening, May 26th, at 8:00 O'clock Music Invocntlmt., Music ..Rev. M. I'. Morgan AT. E.T. PENCE, Stanford, Ky. Salutatory.. The Gift of CournKC... Music .Ethel (Jlcsil ..Roberta Holtzclnw ..Myrtle Gic.l .....Montcz Fish Music Character Valedictory. . Music Claw AdilrcsFn.., Presentation of Diplomas.... Benediction .Prof. C. I). Lewis Principal U. 0. Hntficli! PROGRAM To He Rendered by Pupils of Primary and Intermediate CRAH ORCHARD GRADED SCHOOL Departments of At School Building Monday Evening, May 24th, at 8:00 O'clock Welcome Sour The Sick Dolly Dolly Must Gq to lied Choosing a Trade Sunflower Seng Tomahawk Drill A Friday Afternoon Program ..... . By School rV'' ALL PEAVINE 4092 Peavine 1796 Lucy Well. by Pennine 85 Champion Sire of World at Eight Years All Peavine needi no introduction to the people of Kentucky. I have won more big events with hit produce than any other firm or individual in Kentucky, He tired the champion colt and stallion at the Kentucky State Pair 1914. Champions from the youngest to the oldest of hit produce. I have told six of hit coltt and filllet from fifteen to two monlht old for an aggregate turn of $3,455. PEE $25.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Re three-year-old . Elizabeth Perkins .... Girls of Third and Fourth Grades First Grade Hoys .. ..First and Second Grades Third and Fourth Grades Fifth and Sixth Grades Varrick U a beautiful che.lnut, 16 12 hands, with nlp and white hind feet; weighi 1400 pound and at compactly built at a pony, with plenty of bone and finlth. Ha It a luperb breeder aa hit coltt will thow for themteWet. Pretlolight, one of hit colli went a mile latt year at Lexington In 2ill and another In Ohio in 2il0. No other horte ever ttood at to low a price-wittwo colli In the ten tilt. Don Varrick li by Onward Silver 2iOS lit dam by Wilket Boy 224 2nd dam by Bogg't Grey Eagle. Don Varrick AN ORDINANCE hat plenty of ipeed, having ihown quarter! In 34 tecondi and went naif lile aft Danvnl nn 12 mil Irak In 1 , 0. t( !.. .nt.nJM Jt.n..liL. An ordlnnnce requiring a concrete which he Imoarii to hit eolit. All M eli r. nmmnt rlri..,. r..ii .r -- i pavement to be laid on portions of They need no whip. See him before breeding eltewhere. He will tabs your the East side of Lancaster street In eye and you will make no mittake in breeding to him. Stanford, Kentucky. A FINE MULE JACK I will alio Hand the Bun Galnei jack at the The City Council of the. City of tame place at $10 a teaton. Will ttand a fine registered Shorthorn Bull at .Stanford, Kentucky, do ordain as fol- - $2 to inture. Money due in all catet when animal it bred eltewhere orl w- - K- - UAINfcS, Crab Orchard, Ky, ""K:-- . .u :.lJP'r,ed w,,n' -- r ., 1 lilt, illllb JIUI Hull 1st lile um, ntiiu of Lancaster street in Stanford, Kentucky, which begins nt and includes the property of A. T. Nunncllcy(now occupied by George P. Bright) and extends to ami includes the property of the Louisville & Nashville railroad Company lie laid with n concrete pavement in accordance with plans, I will stand this great sire and show horse specifications ami requirements of Section 29 of the printed which ordinance is made part hereof for the season of 1915 at Nunnelley's Stock by leference. pavement is to be The width of said Yards at the low figure of and remain the same as the present pavement now located on raid street which is to he replaced by the hereby ordered. The grmln of said pavement is to Money due when mare is parted with or rebe the same as that of the pavement in front of said property. moved from county. The work hereby ordered is to be by and at the expense of the done Carroll Preston has been before the public owners of the land fronting and abutting the pavement ordered to be conlong enough to need no extended description. structed as provided by law within thirty days after the service of a copy He has proven an exceptional breeder of high of this ordinance on them, the cost of the same is to be apportioned among class horses both for saddle and harness purthem as required by law. This ordinance shall he in force poses. He is in fine shape this season, and and effect from nnd nftcr its publica 11 led copies being posted tion liy cert you will make no mistake in breeding to this at three or more public places in the corporate limits of the city of Stangreat animal. ford, Kentucky. A copy attest. A. U. FLORENCE, Mayor. L. R. HUGHES, Clerk, 38-- t 2 1 I money, can fill your barrel, or sell you n No. 1, steel barrel with faucet, 60 gallon capacity, nt a low figure, nnd fill same with tho best oil at low prices, saving you from $1 to 2, If you cannot make arrangements through your merchnnt, call or phono Standard Oil Agent, J. W. SWEEN30 EY, Lancnstor, Ky. Phono 152. DON VARRICK m,U rrom Cr,b on the Slnct.ton f ten ($10) dollan to 7 Inture a tiring colt. Description and Pedigree . ml, ,n e,,on of 19IB mr !. ! pl.ee. Don, CARROLL PRESTON $15 To Insure a Living Colt. by-la- I W. O. WALKER, Stanford, Ky. AN ORDINANCE An ordinance requiring a concrete pavement to be laid on portions of pavement to be laid on portions of the West side of Danville street in Stanford, hentutity, do ordain as follows: That that portion of the West side of Danville street in Stanford, Kentucky which begins at the "North East corner of the yard of Dr. A. S. Price nnd PvtpTld tn tho irntn immmlintplv of the residence of John ill front Bright, Sr., be laid with a concrete pavement in accordance with plans. specifications and requirements of Coition 29 of the nrinted which ordinance is made part hereof by relerence. I he width of said navement is to lie o feet. The grade of said pave ment is to be as follows: To start on a giade with the present pavement nt the North East corner of the lot of Dr. A. S. Price and with this grade one foot higher than the center of the street to the said gate in front of residence of John Bright, Sr. The work hereby ordered is to be done by and at the expense of the owners of the land fronting and abutting the pavement ordered to be constructed as provided by law within thirty days after the service of a copy of this ordinance on them, the cost of the same is to apportioned among iiii'iu s ruquireu uy law. This ordinance shall be in force and cflcct from and after its publication by certified conies beinc nosted at three or more public places in the corporate limits of trie city of Stanford, Kentucky. bv-la- High Grade Stallion Mv hii'h liri'il MV.Vftftr.nltl Primf. n nut Sorrel Stallion will make tho of 191.5 at my mrn on thu old fair srrountU at Hustonville, Ky. Hu is li tianu Inch, weight 1,200 pounds. Will fcrve a limited number of mares at SI 5 to insure a liwnir colt; deacon due when marc is parted with or on leaving the county. This stallion is by Anhland Hrook and out or a standnrd bred trotting mnrc. Ho has proven to bo a great breeder, having colts to show for him. Hi , colta arc nil Kiddle colts, with good , yie mm acuoin.au anil see a goou , S1K RAY No. ,,8S2 before breeding times comes. Tms ?rent Imp. Percheron stallion Jim Keed I will also stand the creat wt. wi maKe ine present season of 19 15 Jim Reed, the well known mule jack I?.1 my lsm'Ai::. 71"SS "pmtanford. pike, at $15 by the old jack of Jim Reed's; having " on the c?b sol his colts at $100 nt weaning to, nsurc " ,!um;.col- - "marc is or Parted being bred time. He is a fine breeder, having f?1'1 colts to show for hi, nere. He has a the season is then due. The utmost and attention will be given to large bone nnd his colts have good care breeding the bone nnd style. He will stand at $10 he responsibleof marcs, but will not for accidents should to insure a living colt. Money due if any occur. mare is parted with or leaves the Sir Ray is n beautiful chestnut county. H. W. LEIGH. Hustonville, horse, 7 years old, 10 VS hands high, weighing 1,050 pounas; great style and action. irreat A Fine Draft Stallion and sure foal He is a As an breeder getter. individAND A GKhAT SHETLAND ual and a breeder, he is in a class by seasons I have arranged with S. II. Haugh-ma- n himself. He has made two to stand his black draft stallion in this cojinty, at Crab Orchard and all of his colts are high class. Sir BLACK JOE which sired the colts which sold at his Ray is by Honest Tom 40701, and salu last fall at prices that made ev is bred right all through. erybody take notice. He weighs 1,500 B. W. GAINES, R. F. D. 1, Stanford sea-so! i MONEY TO LEND... On Farms in Sums of $2,000 and up. Easy Terms. Apply to ) SHIEK Shirk wat the champion pony ttallion of Kentucky at the Blue Gratt Fair, at Lexington and Kentucky State Fair, at Lnuitville in 1913 and 1914. Dig enough to tire a useful pony. Can do more under taddle and to harnett than any pony in Kentucky. TEN DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COLT At tame plaae two good mule jacks at $10.00. $10.00 for grey jack and eight dollart for young jack to inture living colt. Money due with all lock when colt It foaled or mare leavet pottettlon of owner, at time of ervice. All care taken to prevent accident!, but not responsible thould any occur. Bromley & Bromley The Insurance Agents Stanford, Kentucky. R. S. SCUDDER McKinney, Kentucky Rex Coal Black Star Black Crescent All hot, No Mr. Home Owner: A bath room is both a necessity and a luxury. You need one and we're prepared to supply you on short notice. Prices very reasonable and workmanship unsurpassed. See us and let us quote you prices. Warner & Bower, Stanford, Ky. We have a NEW GASOLINE ENGINE TO SHOW YOU. Call and see it. and a dandy. Will make the season at my farm in Somcrtct pike at $10. ENKIQUE I will also stand the registered blue- ribbon winner Knrique. the best Shetland pony htallion in this part of the Knt nt ?1d See both of these before you breed. ill also stand a young jack to serve n few marcs at $8. M. S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky. pounds, is a four-vear-ol- d. bur boned A copy attest: ROWLAND PEAVINE, L. R. HUGHES. Clerk. A. H. FLORENCE. Mnvnr free Burners BLEUCHER 46158 Record 2:2914. Trial 2:14 i. Half Hrother to Lula Watts (2) 2:27 .i Trotter, Ilrown Stallion, about 15?; hands, foaled 1900 Standard Registered Vol. 18. Alcyone 032. 2:27 fDark Nicht 2858 . . . bire of GO, dams of 05 Sire of 21, in. Search Noonday, licht 2:0:',i HriKhtiiy at. Kimo 2 7S Silent Urook 19709.. . liuht 2:OH4, Dark Grcut Hrood Marc. Wilkes 2:09, Valpa Record 2:lt5',4, sire of Hilly Burk. 2:03U, etc. ("Harry Clay 45, Shnwbny 2 :07 U , Mea- Jenny Clay Sire of 4, dams of 50. dow Hrook 2:09 s;, Great brood marc, Norwood Relle Emma Hrook 2:09 i, Hy Norwood 522 Znrrinc 2:074, Lady rlinron Wilkes 4758. Hcllbrook 2:10, etc. 2:18; sire of 12 in .Moko 24157 2:10, etc. Siro of Hrenda Yorke' 2:044, Ferno2:05a, Queen Ethel Native Hello (3) 2: 0G. Silver Silk (1) Hy Strathmore 408. Clayo 2:084, Monrico (3) Dam of Humps2:03U Dam of Lala Watts, 2:07 , Sumo N. (3) (2) 2:27V4, Rleucher 2:89'4, etc. 2:29 '4. tr. 2:17; out Will.es Nutwood 8000. of a half sister to Si2:24 94; !'re of Carl lent Hrook 2:16tt. Hetty Clay Wilkes 2:01'j. Half sister to Silent 2:0Cl-j- . Reddio Hrook Clay. Clay (41 2:254, and JennyHarry Clay 45. Hy Lilly Clay, dam of Dam of Silent Hrook Prue 2:21. 2:10 4. Reddie Clay ) v.:LitvA, etc. Hire of Hilly Hurk 2:03 Hrook 10709, 2:10 Meadow Silent Hetty Hrook 2:09 4 Zariiuo 2:07 Shuwbay 2:07 Drook 2:00 Lady Hellbrook 2:10, Butter Hrook 2:10 Emma Hrook 2:09 Margaret Hathirate (4) 2:11 etc. Sired Brigade (2) 2:10 etc. His dam, Jenny Clay, nlso prodam of Chatty Direct (4) 2:07 and was j;rundnm of l'rue 2:21 duced Reddie Clay 2:25 (winner Kentucky Futurity,) Moko 24457, eiro of Ferono 2:05 Native (Futurity winner,) (5) 2:04 Hrenda Yorke (3) 2:08 (champion Hollc (2) 2:07 4 (Futurity winner,) (3) 2:00 (Futurity winner,) Silver Silk (4) filly.) Manrico (3) 2:07 Susie N. (3) 2:09 - (Futurity winner,) Gomoko 2:10, Mobel 2:08 ilomiibUr 2:11, Siliko (3) 2:11 4 (Futu-rlt- y Mochcbter 2:10 2:10 winner) etc. Sired dams of Tho Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting Martha Tipton (4) 2:09 O'Neil (3) Btallion.) Vito (4) 2:09 Ilnron D. 2:10, etc. Hrother to Humps 2:03 2:13 triul mllo 2:14 half in 1:00, Hleuchcr 40168, record 2:29 last quarter in 32 seconds, is n handsome eal brown hort-e- , and will wwich 1100 pounds. He greatly resembles his good sire Silent Hrook and is out of C'lao, by the treat Futurity siro Moko. Foreign demand will exhaust tho supply and we may expect better prices for our horses in the future. Our advice to mare owners is to breed thoir mares and to breed them to stallions of merit and proven worth as sires. Rleucher Is lust the type to produce the colts that will supply the demand. His colts have proven fine, with nice head and necK and plenty of bone and fonformation. Tills great trotting stallion will make the season of 1015 at my sta-bi- o in Lancabtcr, Kentucky, ut 320.00 to insure a living colt. I nm prepared to care for mares at 10c per day. W. B. BURTON, Lancaster, Ky. z:yi, Registered Chestnut stallion, star and snip, foaled May 14, 1012. Sired by Rex Pcavinc 17!)tJ, by Rex McDonald SSI, by Rex Denmark 840. First dam Hourbonisto 9207, (full sister to Hourbon's Uest) by Dourbon Chief 070, by Harrison Chief 1G0C, by Clark Chief 89 (Sims 89), Second Square Garden The WARFIELD 36621 dam, the MadisonOliver G407, by Red champion, Judy Cloud 2197. Indian Chief 1718, Third Trial 2:24 n This stallion will make dam by WiUon's King 2197, Fourth the season at my place near McKin- dam, daughter of Sim's Clark Chief 2575. ney nt the low price of This colt is deserving of careful $10 TO INSURE LIVING COLT. I will also make the season with my consideration to the breeders of saddle mares, coming from a family of fine young jack, show horses, and a show horse himBrigham Young self, having defeated such colts ns AT $8 TO INSURE. Richard Couer De Leon, which sold He is of the old Hubble stock and for $1,500 and other good ones. a great individual. See him before Will stand at $15 to insure a living you breed. colt. It would be judicious to take M OWENS, S. advantage of this low price, for the McKinney, Ky. chances are that his fee will be higher next senson. Remember that the best' horses are BOSSEAU the best bred ones. 1 will stand my fino registered PerHe sure and look at hrni next cheron Hosscau at my farm on tho Monday, horse take a and court day. show Stanford and Hustonville pike, one Will make the season to a limited mile east of Hustonvillo for the seaNunson of 1U15 at $10 to insuro n live number of approved mares at colt. Ho.sseau is a fine big boned alli- nelley's stock yards, Stanford. at cost Grata at 10c per day. Feed um!, weighs 2,000 pounds and is just the kind to breed to. to get vour bin C. L. Dudderar mule mares. R. L. BERRY., Mutton- - Stanford, Kentucky lie, Ky. well-know.'JO-l- ALMONT DARE soot, few ashes 2, 4, 4, 3-- 3-- 3-- 4. nt 3-- 4, 4, 4, mmmMmmmmMMr 4iAlv4. r-j- .,. u HtMlliTttrM i t.'ffl a . 4, 2. 1- 3-- 4, 3-- three-year-o- ld -1 2, l- 4, 1, 2, 4, 3-- 4, 3-- TOLBERT. Register 5002 Foaled July 8. 1911, will make the season nt our barn nt Morcland nt $10 to insure a live colt. Season due when colt is foaled or mare parted with or moved from tho county. Tolbcrt is a black jack with white points, 15 hands high, hetivy bone, good feet and perfect in every respect. He made his first season in 1911 and is proving to be a wonderful sire, some of his colts having arrived and measure from a feet 3 inches, to 3 feet 0 inches, and built in proportion. It will pay you to Tolbert nnd his colts before breeding your mitres. Will endeavor to avoid all nccidents but will not be responsible should any happen. 1- A. S. H. R. 3228 Sired by Dignity Dsrc 1902, he by Chester Dare 10 he by Black Squirrel 58, he by King William 97; 1st dam Toxaway 4658, also registered in H. L. PERKINS, Prop., Successor to E. B. Denham Vol. 10, A. S. H. R.; she by Abdallah Mambrino 3715, he by Almont 33; 2nd dam Lady Davis, by Crit Davis, by Bourbon Chief; 3rd dam, Mattie S., by Foreign Light, by Foreigner, KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN by Imported Glcnco 4th dam Bettie "h C. by Cunningham's Copperbottom. No. S167 A. S. H. R. NOTE Almont Dare's colts from grade marcs bring as high as $300 ! a handsome chestnut with beautiful mane and tall; it 15.3 hands at weanlings to $500 and $1000 at three to four years; $600 was and will weigh about 1,150 pounds; has the very best of feet and offered for his dam at 2 years old legs; good flat bone, broad sloping shoulders; short, stout back and and $400 for his 2nd dam when a horse of the most wonderful endurance. He is an impressive horse, horses were cheap. One full brostanding still and is more so in motion; sets himself just right, ther sold for $3, GOO and another renever touches himself any where and has exceptional speed at ported sold for $1,500, and one sisthe rack and trot. He was one of the most successful horses shown ter, Toxy Dare offered ,$1,500 for. last year. He was shown at three fairs and won the combined stalHis 3rd dam could rack as fast as a lion class at each place. good horse could run under whin and Kentucky Gentleman has the qualities that are necessary to the spur. He is a pretty bay 16 hands production of a perfect horse color, size, style, speed, action, and and weighs around 1200 pounds. endurance, and ideal breeding. He is sired by Chester Peavine Goes 6 distinct gaits all good and 3184, by Rex Peavine 179G, by Rex McDonald 833. Dam, Flora good breeding, don't fast. Pretty Carter 8419, by Red Squirrel 53, by Black Squirrel 58, by Black you think so? Eagle 74, by King William 67. Season 1913 at my stable. 2 In oflering the services of this grand young horse to the pubmiles from Hustonville, on Liberty lic, I feel that 1 am giving them their money's worth. Give hint Pike at $10 to insure a livo colt. the same class of mares and I do not believe there is a horse in Money 1jc when colt is foaled, mare the State that will beat him producing high class colts, (no matter parted with or bred elsewhere. Grass how high the service fee.) Breeding to Kentucky Gentleman is no at $2 per month nnd all stock will longer an experiment. Bring him a good mare and he will get you have my personal attention, hut will an extra good colt. Do not take your mares thirty or forty miles to not be for accidents. breed when you have just as good a horse right at home and for Correspondence and inspection inless than half the money. cited. Kentucky Gentleman will make the season at my home, one DALMAS ill also stanJ mv big mule and mile from Stanford, on the Danville pike at $20.00 to insure a living One of Kentucky's finest stallions. jennet jr.ck on same terms. colt. Money due when colt isfoaled. Care taken to prevent acciThis great harness horse S. T. POWELL, Huitonville, Ky. dents, but not responsible should any occur. for public service nt the low fee of $10.00 to insure a living colt. One mile west of King's Mountain at E. Allen's barn. Breeding of Dalmatt Hy Cecrtian Chief, he by Cecilian. he by Gambetta Wilkes. First dam, Hatty Thonjpson, I oy uittmus, by mmntonian it). His second dam by Lizrie Peyton, by Gill's Vermont. Thiid dam by Bay There is no doubt about Voltaire being the best breeding as well as Dick, a thoroughbred. Fourth dam by Hall Stocking. best bred big horse in the county and possibly in the State. Each time he Dalmns is a great breeder and n has been shown he has easily won first premium and his colts have won 6ure foal getter. Dalmas is n red bay horse, 10 hands first every year they have been shown. There has been more demand for high, weighs 1300 pounds and can trot in 2:40. big horses within the last year than was ever known before. Quite a good Lien retained on colt for payment of service fee. Money duo when is sure to make many farmers have almost stopped raising horsesand marcs are bred eluewhero or parted a demand for them. Nearly every farm paper you see advises the farmer with, bebt of rnre taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should horses. I think right now is the farmer's opportuniraise bigger and any occur. Money due when mare is sold or parted with. ty. Bring your good mares to Voltaire and you are sure to get a good colt. I will also stand tho great Jack REX COAL YARDS I l Voltaire 55140 that better the to Morcland, (J. AI. BACK & SONS 15.3 hands high: six years old: blent v of weight; great foot and bone; tine head and ear. He was sired by Old Alpha, he by Hubblo's Old Ucechor. His dam a largo premium ionnet. Will make the season nt mv place at $8 to insure iv living colt. To properly appreciate this horse and jack you mutt see them. MACK He will make the season at my farm, one mile from Stanford on the Danville pike at $15.00 to insure a living colt. Money due when colt is foaled. I will also stand a good young Jack. He is a heavy big boned fellow, and I think will make a good breeder. Will stand at $10.00 to insure. il 1 . Kentucky E. Allen, KingsMountain CARTER J. NEVIN KENTUCKY STANFORD, V - ij rTrrr.i-TrP- ( dii - .V r The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, May, 21, 1915 "THE KINGDOM OF HEART'S CONTENT" t A COLLEGE COMEDY Small Country Horn at Private Sale. of Lancaster street I wish to sell my place at Turners- vllle, containing nbout five ncrcs nf AT CRAB ORCHARD SCHOOL BUILDING. Thursday Evening, May 27th, at 8:00 O'clock CAST OF CHARACTERS Tom Lansinp, n Senior in Law . Miles Arde.i. n Boston Law Stu.lcnt Sidney Hilton, n Student Card Sharp Billy Merrill, a Little Freshman.. Ralph Lawrence, a Football Coach The Burglar, n KnlKht of the Jimmy Milllcent Merrill, In search of her j'rincc of Ralph Shirley Hathaway, who thinks all the Dixie Davis a Superstitious Southern Co-e- d 3ohnJ'XZn, u'vtnmi fcu'ivlvll """'? land with comfortable cottage, cistern at door, new stable nnd other out buildings, also store house, well locat ed, with never failing well nearby, h small orchard. of mile from church and school. Mrs. Mattle Brndshaw.Stanford, Route 5. Phone Onc-foutt- rpu cSu" 097.. 40-2- n AN ORDINANCE Madge Lan!ng, Hostess at Sing Sing Cottage Elolse Elm , n Devotee of Art and Adjectives Frances Palmer, with Literary Aspirations Grctchen Lansing, Who Wants to Grow Up . d Who Loves Football Amy Dean, a Judith Gray .... Ethel Giesil Taullne Thayer Judy Known as Punch and Mrs. Wilberton, Aunt to Madge, Gretchon and Tom Tilly, n Mall who "Lofcs de Putchcr Hoy" Co-E- Lllcn Jloorc Stanford, Kentucky. The City Council of Stanford, Ken- Mary Gray Edna King tucky do ordnln as follows: Roberta Holtzclaw Thnt that portion oi the West side .Eva Glcsxl .Sallie Holtzclaw Mary Siler John Eva Hilton Irene Manuel Rewie Reyn 'd. An ordinance rcnulrine n concrete Myrtle Gicszl West sido of Lancaster street in In Stanford, Kentucky which begin at nnd includes the property of Clef ro Reynold! (now occupied by A. 1. Hunn nnd fnmilv) and extend t nnd include the property of Mrs. MattU Nevlui be laid witn n wrote pavpir.cnt ir accordance with p'ans, specific itlons and requirement of Section 20 of which ordinnuncc the printed is made nnrt ncreof by reference. The width nf said paununt is In bu and remain the same as the present pnvement now located on Mitt strcit which is to be replaced by the one hereby ordirnl. The grade of said raonoit h to l,e the same a thnt of the pnvcmMit 'n front of ,vld p'oojrty. The vork hereby ordered Is to be dohc by at the expense of the owners of the land fronting nnd abutting the by-la- pavement ordered to be constructed as provldod by law within. thttty days after the service of a copy of this ordinance nn them, the cott of tbo iwme Is n be apportioned among them as roqu'rs.l by law. This ordinnncc shnll be In force hnd effect from nnd after its publication by certified copies being posted nt thrpn or more nulilie nlnre. in thi corpornto limits of tho city of Stan- -' lord, Kentucky. A copy attest: A. rt. FLORENCE, Mayor, L. R. HUGHES, Clerk. Resolutions. Whereas. A larce nart of the so- called civilized world I now engnged in the most gigantic strugglo to man- L tn .1 ... ..." ntlti ,..v .a mil, .. v.'ll.iiv flint la .llrnfflt, nt1 In directly affecting tSc lives nnd Interests of every man, woman nnd child .ii,..; the whole world; and Whereas, Complications are daily arising which are seriously endanger Ing tho peaceful relations of our own country, nnd threaten to bring to out own doors the hoors of modern wnr-farnnd Whereas, Ilclicvelng thnt the unlt cd efforts of our great frntcrnlty would have a influence in promoting pence and preventing tho spread of human strife; Therefore bo it Hy Wayncsburg l,odgc Resolved, No. 384 I. 0. O. F. of the Stato of Ketntueky, composed of .13 representative miiti, thnt we sincerely regret theso deplorable, conditions, nnd hereby pledge ourselves to use every means in our power to support, nnd courage every honorable effort that is, or may be made, not only In o; up-ho- ld to preserve our own neutrality, but to end this bloody carnago. Bo It further Resolved, Thnt wc Impress upon tho members of Congress, the President, nnd his Cabinet and all others in authority, the necessity of "sitting stendy in the boat" and not allowing quctionnhlc points of honor, nor tho desires of those who seek personal gain only, to Influence them In their Intercourse with the wnrring nntlons, nnd bo It further Resolved, Thnt wc publish our position to the world, so thnt alt may know thnt Friendship, Love and Truth arc not mere unmeaning words upon our Up, but the sincere dcIro of our hearts. Adopted this the 13th dny of May unit. i. j. nuric'on, n. u. rc. l Gad- berry, Sccretnry. VJW. Vi ACT I Grctchen objects to being treated like n child The art of fishing dcclaied an Inhuman pastime Students arc hungry Virtues of strawberry pop Golf and Art A novelist seeking inspiration The mail arrives Ncwc of the burglar Miles appears and Is mistaken for the burglar by Dixie The recognition. ACT II Tilly in love Cries because she can't laugh Milhccnt seeking for a prince to lead her into the Kingdom of Heart's Content Tom disappolnteJ Rilly falls into evil ways Tom assists him The trick play Hilton steals It News of the betrayal of the college team The accusal Tom admits his guilt to save Billy He is shunned nnd deserted "Poor ACT III Tilly enjoys herself and no longer cries for "do putchcr boy Rilly again in trouble Amy is lofcs her." Difficulties of indignant "I'll stand by the team to the bitter end." 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JfgaiBBBBBBBBBBBBBB BKfflBBBBBBBBBBr PURE STREAMLINE CODY frrlflE. buHt of tho very bent ef sprlnc steels, cushions Its pausensers from all A force, roomy, txautlful body, fitted with the Mux deep, comfortable urholsterlng, amflo Us room, the Jam and bumps of rousli roads. It is no adjustable front seat and the best fuurtcm-coa- t, comfortablo and easy rldlns that )ou ulll All runarli tho di.crcr.ci on your first ride. d nnd Etilped finish Maxwell bodies are constnictt'l of pressed THE POWERFUL MAXWELL MOTOR sectioned uteel, mounted on a frame, ofteririi," the urtaUtft postlblu strength The mont powerful, durable motor of Its with minimum weight. size made. Ample po'er to negotiate any loud, mud, rand or hill alwajs at Jour comUSPErJCION SPRING mand. Almoit trtiubleproof, every iart accessiWithout a doubt J on will find the Maxwtll ble, and what Is more, It Is a motor of the easiest rldlne, Hcht car made. With Its More miles per gallon, day ccnulne economy. amply aulMBlent wliiU bue, und elliptic riur In and day out, than you would believe possi front aprliiKS and hand-painteiitetl-chaneeml-lllptlc thrte-quait- makes adjustment very merely to turn the gear way and you have a new surface. Just as goo I as a completes new steering unit. DRAKES THAT HOLD AND LAST One square Inch of brnktng surface to every twehe Kjunds of weight. That's more than most any other car gives Maxwell brni.es aru thoroughly dependable, enclosed and antl-rattli- ' ' protected from dust and dirt, and have special Maxwell brakes are devices. THE STEERINQ OEAR Irreversible w'orm and gear, the only safe vi ry lasy to handle. The slightest pressure Maxwell usis u gear InsWud of the foot and jour car comes to a dead stop. steering device 'Tf .i '"a hay . l&HfBBBBBBBBBBBBB . Watery Problems by tlnf MBBBBBBi botrTS'oWd BBHsBibl!bBzBBiB No refrigerator on earth keeps food fresher and finer tasting than the Automatic. As g machine it a plain deserves the consideration of every careful housewife. In addition to this you get in the Automatic the famous "Built-in- " water cooler in a which provides class by itself uu abundance of safe, cold drinking water, perfectly pro tected ngainbt dust, impurities .and food odors. You will be interested in see ing the Automatic, even if you uren t ready to buy. food-keepin- The Maxwell Company's Guarantee of Service to Maxwell Owners No other automobile is backed by a more reliable service than that guaranteed every Maxwell owner. More than 2,000 Maxwell dealers in every part of this country are always ready to give expert advice, to make adjustments, and to supply new parts at reasonable prices. This splendid Maxwell dealer service organization is perfected and completed by the chain of Maxwell owned and Maxwell operated Service Branches. Sixteen great Maxwell Service Stations are so located throughout the country that a Maxwell dealer can supply any part for an owner within a few hours if not in his stock. Maxwell Service is one of the great advantages enjoyed by Maxwell owners. Order a Maxwell from us now, and when you want it delivered, we will give you your car not an excuse on delivery day Come in and see it. PENCE & HILL, Stanford, Ky. $695 umotT F.0.1. ELECUIC "EVERY ROAD IS A MAXWELL ROADw H. C. CARPENTER, Agent Lincoln County National Dank turn $55 Exru S.rvic. Station, Som.rset Strc.t STANFORD, KENTUCKY $695 NTkoa r.o.i. eucTuc nuns $55 mu ttMwiiumtyitfi sin. i'N'jftfa)ti LiliuiLaLiJJinsti iijj,syjj,jtffsj-V- ) t ' tjfrr til" m;- - hw IViitgs fV i"rrsrr- - nv i wt'i'fti"rwiiftl mm .anpi ? iUfM-lf- ll ia,...JtaJ..tW l.. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, May, 21, 1915 Many People In This Town never really enjoyed a meal until kc advised them to tsVe n IbxoSIL HAVE YOU A BANK ACCOUNT ????? If nol, ilo you expect to fo through life without one? Improve before arid after inch meal. Sold only by us 25c a box. Pinny's Drug Stars. Miss Annie Kcnncday, of Franklin, Tenn., is the cucst of Miss Sue Tay- ' Dffi' OUR ANNUAL r Hor EnRlomnn. Mrs. J. w. Cocking nnd dnughter, of McKinney, Miss Ruth Cocking, MAY WHITE SALE Starts financial condition. Moke money lave It, Deposit It In the your Stove Burns Oil Or Gasoline. Detroit Vapor Stoves "Work Like Gas." Simply light the burners and nut your cooking on at once just like a city gat Move, You have a hot smoke. Iris fire right from the start. Of all tuvet that we know of as long as we have been in business, we believe the "DETROIT VAPOR" stove the beit made. We invite you to call at our store to see them and we will give you an illustrated booklet describing these stoves in full detail. FIRSTNATIONAL BANK where it will earn you Interest and ecure you a living when you are old and too Infirm to work. I i i : i I 1 J. F. Goer. Mrs. L. C. Kelley and little daugh ters, of Cnmpbellfcvillc, have returned home nftcr spending several lavs here with her mother, Mrs. T. I). were here shopping inursiiny niter-- . Miss Kntic Wnters arrived from St. Louis today, where she has been for some time with her brothers. Mrs. P. E. Kemp, of Louisville. came up this morning to spend some n time with her brother, Dr. T. W. nnd family. I ol. nnd .Mrs. J. it. Willi", of trnli Orchard Springs, ond Dr. T. M. Wil-- 1 lis, of Lexington, were here this week. Richmond Register. Mrs. W. Wor&ham, en route from Nashville to her home at Corbin, stopped over anil is spending a ftw days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tomorrow Morning . ' W. H. HIGGINS. "GETS-IT- " a Sun-Sh- ot Personal and Social .Mm. Lee Myers forJUl Corns IJio Two Dropi When corns make ymi nlmoit tllo with your Wt on, v.hrn you try to untie on the edge or your shoes to try to en away from your corni, you're way Ittilml tlmn II you Lnronot uied '(lETS-IT.- " It's tbo - and They Vanish. SfiSr n Com !! " 'J M "Murdtct Ctrrrbodr Ttls to Slro on No Coras to B SUpptd On. corn euro of tho century, thn new wny, ili sure, pnlnlrss. slmplit way. It makes n fellow rrally feel foolish after bo's t solTrs. olntiuenta. tHi.,uiiillln Kinilanes. bringing raiors, liiltrs. nies, tclisors. Jattr( and what-notwhen hn use Jmt 3 drops of "OKTS-lT"ansees his com vanlib. Tho llfterenco Is divine. Jutt try It, You won't wliifii when yuti put on ynursbora In the mornm. "ilKTSIT"ls sure, "gets" any corn, callus, wart or bunion. flKTS-IT- " Is sold tiy drugditi every, where, o n twttle, or sent direct by K, 1j renco A Co.. Cblraio. u-tr-atlnir rorn-bltIn- I" U.. 'CETS-IT- nj You'll tlo. d Thirteen Splendid Vacation Trips Riven Free in the Interior Journal's IiIr Tour and I'riie Contest has been the jrue.xt ly. Mrs. Pattie (till, of if the family of I. li. Hrnun, in the guest of her sister, Lincaster, was Mrs. Charlotte 'lioyle. Warren. Mis Manctti Millicnn, of LexingMiss Allie Lancaster, is ton, was the Ktioit for several days of the guet of Yanti, of Miss Lottie her cousin, Mrs. V M. Ilriflit, .Ir. Cnrson. W. II. .McKinney. of the J. H. Mrs. Green Turley, of Richmond, Hnuirhman & Co., tnllliiic firm, went is the guest of her dnughter, Mrs. .to Corbin on bimine Wednesday. Robert llruce. News comes from Elixir Springs Mr. II. M. Iliookii, of Lebanon Junction, arrived Wednodny to viJt that Col. K. C. Jordan, of the St. Asaph Hotel, is still suffering considher mother, Mr. (I. W. Cnbbell. though Mr. and .Mrs. J. C. Eubank. Mr. erably from rheumatism, and Mi 5, Cleu Rose and Jce Wnrner somewhat improved. J pmc Carpenter brought Mrs. June rnotoreil to Lexington Tucdny. Mrs. Will XUffe, Mrs. J. O. , Hev. Homer Carpenter, of Shelby- - Hocker. i.. - Carpenter and Miss Helen Hocker :lt tl.. l ..II.. ...... :in Ti I'iimiiii, iiiuipiiity, nir- down from Hustonville to the C. W. Iiiiv, t'ui Ir. erliiR an address II. M. meeting Thursday in his motor Mi-- s Lillian Cochran, of Lancaster, car. ha-- - been the attractive of Mr. Riiost Miss Sophia Alcorn is home for the v W S, Kish for heeral day?. summer with her mother, Mrs. J. Mr John V. Rout, Sr who ha Alcorn, the term of the School W. been troubled with rheumatism for the Deaf at Danville, in which for she some time, is Mifficiently recovered taught most successfully for to come down town number of years, having ended Pretty Mii Mary CraiR Huydun, of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Pari", arrived Wednesday nfternoon daughter, Miss Eunice. Pepples nnd Pepples, Mr. to itt her grandmother, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Harris and hamlFome llrown. were driven to Grccndnle Mr. J. W. N'culand, of Lebanon htle son, by Junction, returned home Wednesday Saturday Ford II. C. Anderson in one of his new cars to afternoon after an enjoyable isit o on, Erno-- t Pepples. see the former'sn who has u posi-tioMrs. Will II. Hocker. in the Reform School there. They Mrs. Richard Ililili, of Nashville, arrived Thursday to vi.it relatives in are loud in the praise of the institution the county, including Miss (Jabie John which is superintended by Mr. W. Millikiu. Hradshaw, of the Turnerville sec-- 1 tion. Ten-DaMillinery Sale. The friends of Mr. Watt Dudderar. and they are rnnnv, will be rIik! to Heginning Saturday. May 2, for know that he stood his operation for 10 days only. I will sell Hats untrim-mea bhdder trouble ijuite well and that from 0 cents up and trimmed his chances for ultimate recovery from $1 up. MKS Ella May Saun40-- 2 are promising. ders. I - Her friends will learn with regret that Mrs. li. W. Gaines does not im-- I prove in health. Miss Edna Karly, of Heron, is the guest of her cousin, Mists Mi.ry Ear- Mr. Harry Reinhart and Misses Elizabeth Higgins and Kntherinc Gregory will arrive tonight from the College of Mupic of Cincinnati nnd will take part in the liach Club Recital Monday night. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. W. Jones will leave tomorrow for the home of Mrs. Jones' parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. H. Normnn. They will be nccompanied as far as Lexington by .Mr. and .Mrs. I. W. Clark, who will visit there for several days, and then will go to for a short stay. They will go through in Mrs. Jones' car. . R. Todd entertained on Mrs. last evening in honor of Miss Annie Kennedny, of Franklin, Tenn., who is the guet of Miss Sue Taylor Those who enjoyed the pleasant evening were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pence. Mr. J. N. Mcnefee. Jr., and Miss Kenncday. Mr. Earl Coleman and .Miss Sue Taylor Englemnn, Mr. Coe Mo'er nnd .Miss Lyle Cooper. A delightful mhid course was served in a lovely manner by this charming hostess. We have carefully planned for a most interesting May Sale of White Goods, Laces, Embroideries, Curtain Materials and Muslin Underwear; also a beautiful showing of Silk Crepe de Chene Corset Covers and Envelope Chemise all of which you will find most attractively displayed at temptingly low prices. GOWNS i :::::::::::: CORSET COVERS COVERS COVERS COVERS COMBINATIONS 25c 50c 75c $1.00 DRAWERS ' CAMBRIC NAINSOOK NAINSOOK GOWNS GOWNS GOWNS GOWNS .. 39e 75c 98c CORSET CORSET CORSET ' NAINSOOK $1.25 CORSET COVERS ENVELOPE CHEMISE . . 59c ENVELOPE CHEMISE $1.00 $1.25 ENVELOPE CHEMISE Coriet Covert and Drawers $1.00 PETTICOATS EMBROIDERED SKIRTS EMBROIDERED SKIRTS LACE-TR1MMELACE-TRIMME- D 50c 59c 89c SKIRTS SKIRTS $1.00 PRINCESS SLIPS .. $1.25 PRINCESS SLIPS PRINCESS SLIPS . 98c $1.50 PRINCESS SLIPS .. $2.98 MESSALINE SLIPS HEMSTITCHED DRAWERS EMBROIDERED LACE-TRIMME- D 25c DRAWERS DRAWERS DRAWERS 50c 85c $1.00 LACE-TRIM'- SILK CREPE DE CHENE CORSET COVERS $1.25 nnd $1.98. ENVELOPE CHEMISE $2.50 and $3.50 Heard About Town Hill Spalding, special agent for the Mutual Henefit Insurance Company. will in the future make Lexington his headquarters. He and Mrs. Spalding :nd then little girl will for the pres ent be with Judge and Mrs. Cha'kley. Mr. Spalding, who is an Old Centre man is one of the crack insurance men of the State and he will be warmly welcomed as n citizen of Lex ,. WHITE GOODS A complete atiortment of all the newest white materials, suitable for Waists and Dresses, in Novelty Organdies, Embroidered Voiles and Batistes just what is now most wanted for the Sweet Girl Graduate, at just the prices you want to pay. LACES AND EMBROIDERIES We are now showing th by the bolt. most complete of these we have had in years, and beautiful assortment Special prices on Valenciennes Laces vim CURTAIN SCRIMS stock of Curtain Scrims and Etamines, in both plain at 10c, 15c, 18c and 25c per yard. An immense nnd hemstitched, ington. Lexington Leader. Per-mel- ia O. L. Minks, of Danville, who is well known here, having formerly made his home in Moreland, has started nn auto line between Danville and Stanford anil will make one trip a day for the present. His schedule is given in another column, showing the time lie leaves Danville, arrives at ... Reduced Prices on All Tailored Suits Coats and Dresses Coats, Suits and We are now offering our entire stock of newest-styl- e Dresses at greatly reduced prices. Now is certainly the time to invest in these, as the selection is the best, and prices the very lowest of the season y Stanford, and returns. This auto line will be a great and much needed convenience to travelers between the two cities. He charges $1 fare each way. Suit And Dress Sale Extraordinary. Begins W. J. Vaughan, of Louisa, State Sunday School Superintendent, was here this week, and conducted a meeting ut Rowland, which was well attended. Mr. Vaughan takes an active interest in political affairs and is particularly well acquainted with conditions in the eastern part of the state. He said Tuesday that in the race for thp democratic nomination for governor, McChesney will come out of the mountains with an overwhelming majority nnd that whereer he has gone he has found that the McChesney strength is growing by leaps nnd bounds. Medicine Alwayt Reliable I feel that I ought to tell what I know about Swamp-Roo- t and what it has done for me. I was down and out and had to quit work in 1906. I only weighed 135 pounds. The doctor said I had Kidney trouble in the worst form, and my liver was out of order and I hnd Rheumatism so badly could not get around. Une day 1 pickcd up an almanac and saw your advertisement, and it fit my case exactly. I got a bottle and took it and when it was gone I felt so much better that I bought five more bottles of Dr. Kilmer's Swanm-Roo- t and I was a well man; my weight increased until I weigh !219 pounds. I am 05 years old and I am feeling fine nnd work every day. I have three men who knew me when I hnd to quit work in the Mill in 190C, and who will make affidavit to my present health. it you want to use the above state- rr.nnts as my testimonial, you have my consent. lours very truly, A Real one-doll- ar New Arrivals of Evening, Graduation and Summer Dresses Our Buyer has just returned from a trip to New York, where he went in search of special values and newest style Dresses, suitable for evening, graduation and summer wear. We are pleased to announce that a great many of these have arrived, and you will find many most excellent styles : : : : : : : : : and values. Kidney :::::: Welsh & Wiseman Co. Danville, Kentucky Dr. W. N. Craii?, deputy United States Marshal, with headquarters at Stanford, was here a few days ago. The doctor's duties are to see that drug law is complied the with, and beinc un apothecary, he is peculiarly fitted for the job. the Lcxingtonian. anti-narcothome-comin- Saturday Morning, May 22nd. We will offer any Spring Tailored Suit or Silk, Wool Serge or Crepe de Chine Dress in our store at ONE THIRD -OFF THE PRICE. This is not just a few selected to price low as a drawing card, but it is just as advertised. Any Suit or Silk, Crepe or Serge Dress at these very low prices. Come and look them over or six dollars. so easy to save five Anderson, Indianu. Personally iiiiiirarcl 'if fore pip. tint 4th day of Februnry, 191-1- , W. 1'. Graves, who subscribed the above statement and made oath that the same is true in substance and in fact. ROBERT E. URAGDON, Notary Public. My commission expires Jan. 8th, 1917. W. T. GRAVES. There will not be any Sunday Plcasureville Baptist church, one of Xenia. at the oldest in the State, will have a SchoolReid, Jit. Wilmore, A lecture by Rev. of g tomorrow nnd u tft'eut to men and boys only. nt 3 o'clock time is expected. There will be an all day meeting and a bijj dinner will be spread on the grounds. Dr. W. I). Powell, of Louisville,.will be the chief speaker. Danville & Stanford Auto Line. Daily Except Sunday. Ladies' Dresses Warm weather is with us again and Commencement week is at hand. The women, old and young, now want something cool and comfortable to wear. We have it and have it in great variety. White Dresses, suitable for all occasion!, Silk Poplins, with lace yokes and sleeves, pretty and popular, Messalines, the most beautiful to be found. Waists and skirts in great variety and all kinds of White A big reduction on all Messalines. Dresses and Dress Goods. Children's Dresses, one to fifteen years, something nice and pretty, and you don't have to make them. We have shoes for the whole family and the prices are right. Drop in and see us during circuit court next week. SPECIAL for Saturday and Satur-da- y nlghtl Struw Hats for ladies and off the gentlemen at about regular price. one-fourt- h I Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghaniton, N. V. Prove What I ) Leave Stanford, St. Asaph Hotel. 12:30 P. M. O. L. Minks, Proprietor. Phone 681, Danville. Ky. Lepve Danville, Hotel An nex, 9 A. M. Swamp.Root Will Do For Vou Send ten cent3 to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Dinghnmton, N. Y. for u sample size bottle. It will convince anyone. You will nlso receive a booklet of valuable information, telling about tho kidneys nnd bladder. When writing, be sure nnd mention the Stanford Interior Journal. Regular fifty r cent nnd size bottles for 10-sale at nil drug stores. one-dolla- HARRYJACOBS" Manufacturers and Dealers in High - Class Monuments. 'Original Designs and Prompt Service Guaranteed QualityConnection at all Granite and Marble Quarries. .'Office and Works on Cemetery Hill. Closed on Saturdays phone 1C4 I STANFORD : i KENTUCKY When Motoring to ....DANVILLE.... Stop At The INSURE Your Property in the Severance & So Shop Perfect JLO Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with SALIN & SMITH, Agents Stanford, Kentucky And Refresh Yourself in our Soda Parlor. SHOP PERFECT (IncviporaUd) DANVILLE, - The Bargain Store. SALEM & SALEM. KY. TT' T-'-- t 1 .1'. MW-r- vr 13na.jjAljCKgr -;--? .t, ". ?ui tbtitormjti- ! --- - T v .., -- .,, f n i w tJ - ;r-ju- I rt I X. 4. Hanna'sGreenSeal M 1 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tako a Friday, May, 21, 1915 PARLOR GROVE. Tlio attendance nt Sunday School Is increasing. Rev. Owens, pastor nt Olive, will picnch Friday night, May 21. Sunday Ii regular preochlng dny nnd tho presiding elder will be present nnd hold quarterly meeting. There will be services both Saturday nnd ' Tonight It will act as a laxative In " tho morning Penny' Drug Stone. "l " " Mysteries of Rheumatism Practically Solved Action in the Tissues of a Remarkable Antidote a lin lmf- rtf - frirr? These I among Che practical Farm and Stock News Tnkc n splendid vacation at tho expense of the Interior Journal. I will have Sainton, the great thow mule Jack for the remainder of the season. Sainton It the tire of thote niulet which J. H. Baughman exhib- ted to successfully a few yeart ago. paint men. men know it works easily and spreads smoothly and the re- r.H'J jM sults it produces pleases home-owne- r. the Have it used on your next painting job. Forty-nin- e colors. Made to Wear Sold by 40-- 2 J. Ne!n Carter. Robert U. Woods sold to J. C. Eudriving horse, bank n this week for 5125. H. W. Gnines bought of John W. Holmes 70 bands of corn nt $3.50 at the crib. W. R. Willis & Sons bought of W. F. Dishon, ten butcher cnttle nt five nnd n half cents a pound. E. W. Jones, of Boyle, sold his crop of lambs to J. II. Craln at eight cents per pound. County Road Engineer J. L. McKee RltTe sold 30 head of cattle, weighing 1,253 pounds per head, to Monte Fox of Danville. The amount realized I 1 rj l week, Mrs. Preston Hnmlc nnd son have returned to their home In Blair, W. Vn., nfter n visit with Mrs. Narcissn Hnmlc. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hundley and 'daughters culled on Mr. Gllmoru and family nnd the family of Mr. J. W. Smith Inst Sunday nftcrnorn, Mr. Claud Waddle I nt home nfter spending some time ut Heien. Mrs. Wm. Hell nnd Mrs. T. J. Ellis 'were Sunday Ultors ut Mrs. Per- ' fins nnd family. Miw Esther Wntts, of Pleasant Point, U visiting her sister, Mrs. Alva I Sunday, Mr. nnd Mrs. David Wnlls called on Mrs. Lucy I.ench, of the King Mountain section, Saturday of Inst Morgan. I Mrs. Verna Reynolds and baby visited her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. V. 1 Sims last Saturday mid Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hub Jenkins, of spent Monday of King's Mountain, Inst week with Mr. and Mrs. David Geitrude and Mae Hundly spent Saturday night with Miss Leu T. G. Bennett nnd wife spent Sunday with Win. Hell nnd wife. Mr. and Airs. Sain Jones nnd Misses Rachel and Victoria Jones were Buck Creek visitors Sunday after Walls. Misses A. l was $2,8111.25. William S. Armstrong nnd Jnmes T. Watts, of Boyle, sold seventeen 140-pou- J I'1 ii lf Young of shoats to Edward White at seven going ff "get the men are our to 3 cents per pound. idea" of Hart Wheat crowers of Lincoln nnd ad Schaffner & Marx palternt at noon. joining counties, arc predicting n very they tee them. toon at Mr. William .McCoy, of Dry Ridge, poor nnd short crop ot tnat cereal. was n week end visitor nt the home of Firtt, we mention fl mixturet jutt lately pretty They say that no matter how much W. F. Sims. He Is looking at farms introTO THE PUBLIC is not a practical tailor. If you will rain may come in the next week or in this vicinity, preferring "old Linduced. give me your order I will promise wheat will be helped but little and a coln to other sections. fR Then we tpeak of the new I represent the largest and best you a square deal. You will get the short crop is assured. Mr. nnd Mrs. Leeman Singleton, of conception, in the Tartan The colt . akc ti be h'iun at the worth of your money, cither in the Wayneshurg, spent .Monday night clothing house in this cheapest grades or the higher priced. K. of P. fair at Stanford Aug 18, 19 plaidt, Thete plaidt are exwith the tatter's parents, Mr. nnd ceedingly good thit time for country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago My SPRING and SUMMER line of and 20, promises to have n large num Mrs. M. J. Morgan. Mrs. Singleton the young man. 111. My experience in measuring nnd samples nie now ready for your in- ber of entries. The stake has already lemained for ii longer visit. Remember fjj Brown WortteJt look finer Mrs. Nettie Horton spent Tuculny directing the maKing of your clothes, spection. Call nnd let me show you. created much interest. secured from and toil lett than any other that entry blanks can be afternoon with Mrs. David Walls. in tne lutvunuigc over one who H. C RUPLEY. the Practical Tailo the secretary and thnt entries close U' fabric) contequently are Mr. Millard Padgett and sons, of good, but if you like July 1. S. T. HARRIS, President. Nayncsuurg tire "baching onthe ttripet we have them. Mrs. Holderman, wife of "Hud" farm of Mrs. Elizabeth Morgan nnd Holderman, who lives out on the Bald jj Alio plenty of greyt and putting in a crop. Hills, reports that she sold the wool -- bluet, good Iwayt in Mr. Von Singleton, cf Wayneshurg, from one ewe to Pence & Hill for ?3 tatte. and Miss Vesta Sima were visitors lambs that arc sev This cue has twin in Eubnnks Sunday afternoon. ffi Good clothet like these are en weeks old and that weigh 47 Misses Lee Hnckworth, Renn Webb not expentive either; for pounds each. She would like to know On Wednesday, June 16th, 1915, At 11 A. M. anil FloHiiie Waddle attended the, $10.00, $12.50, $15.00 and if any sheep raiser in the county enn Holiness meeting at Wayneshurg $20.00, you'll get splendid the Stephenson farm will he sold by public outcrv on the premises beat this record. Sunday. quality. situated two miles north of Burgin on the Danville and Shakcrtown Cattle prices were exceptionally Miss Mary Hundley is on the sick pike, and the Q. & C. railroad. tfjl Be ture you find the Hart high Monday at Ml. Sterling. There list. - Schaffner & Marx label a The farm consists of 445 acres of land which lies well, is in n good were. 2,500 head on the market and .Mr. Will ReynoldsMenves this week state of cultivation, nnd is exceptionally well supplied with pure stock tmall thing to look for, but a quality was good for May. Yearlings for Jenkins, Ky. big thing to find. water, running from two unfailing springs. It is in one of the best sold at eight to eight and a half cents Mr. Alva Morgan spent Saturdaj wheat, hemp and tobacco sections of Central Kentucky, nnd will pros a pound. Heifers, seven night i:nd Sui.duy at home. duce n splendid yield and quality of t he above named crops. to eight and cents. Mrs. Belle BnKer and Mian MargaThe improvements consist of a beautiful seven room frame dwellThe demand was heavy and buyers ret Robinson spent Thursday with ing, cellar and porches, furnace heated throughout (built were on the market from all over the .Mi s. Miw. Wall. in l'Jir)t. a large well planned stock barn, large recently built tobac-j- o State. The pens were full for Uie first Mr. Tusco Sims has returned to barn, and all necestary outbuildings, fruit and shade trees, all of time in months as quarantine was liftCincinnati after a two weeks' visit which makes it a very attractive home. The farm will be offered in ed there only a short time ago. with home folks. AND three tracts and then as a whole 215 acres with the improvements, Cashier . M. Bright has n sample Mrs. A. B. Wylie and daughter are 150 acres unimproved fronting on road and railroad; 80 acres with of his fine alfalfa at the Lincoln visiting relatives at Scienc'e Hill. good frontage on Danville nnd Shakertown pike. Terms liberal which County National Bank which he is Misses .Robinson, Mary Hundly, Suwill be given on day of sale. For further infoimation call on V. B. cutting. He hopes to get three more sie McCreary, Martha, Cecil and Ethel NELSON, Lexington or G. M. IJALLAItn onthe premises. crops before the year closes. Last Sanders and Miss Esther Walls were W. B. NELSON, Agent. year he cut four crops from his entertained by .Mrs. M. J. Morgan field and the year before Sunday in honor of .Miss Walls. Home of he got three. The sample is some Mist Maude McCreary spent Mon three feet long and the quality is all Hart, Schaffner & Marx day night with .Miss esta Sims, that could be asked. Mr. Bright tells Clothet Mr. J. C. Hundly und dauirliter. a I. J. man thnt his horses, sheep Mae and Gertrude, attended song sernnd hogs, as well as cattle, eat the alvice at Goochtown Sunday afternoon. falfa and seem to relish it. MIDDLEBURG. I Mrs. Nnrcissa Hamic. .Mrs. I'reston Allen & Myers, of the West End wedding was Hnmic and son, Robert, spent Wed- d The Comnton-Roynlt- y had a mixed of cattle and hogs on the market Monday which not an elopement as the Interior Jour- - nesday with .Mrs. David Walls. they bought of various parties at nal had it, but the novelty of a trip MAKE WORK EASIER C 4 cents for the cattle and G and to Sunny Tennessee that caused them 7 cents for the hogs. They are ship to sup quietly oway nnu get married, ping today another car load of mixed They are popular young people and Stanford People Are Pleated To stutf they bought in the West End have a host of friends that congratu-lat- e Learn How It Mat Been Done. them and wish them a happy voy-- 1 at 5 to 7 cents for the cattle and t G 4 cents for the hogs. They will age on life's fitful sen. WE HAVE A NEW LINE OF It's pretty hard to attend to duties have on the market Monday or TuesGolden Dawn hotel is fast filling up With a constantly aching back; SERGE BEACHES, PALM day a carload of lambs for which with guests, so proprietor Jason Lnw- disorders. they paid an average of $9 per hun- horn tells us. There were six nrriv'als t With annoying urinary I,... ......I.. tln'in.o k'i.ln.... .!;itu ii.i.v inline COATS AND MEN'S, YOUNG , iwiiij ! ilia i dred. With the lambs they bought mere ,lasi weeh. r joues nnu e ur, iuinuy worj easier quite a number of ewes nt $3 to $5. of Lexington, being among them. MEN'S AND BOY'S LINEN So thousands have gratefully testi- Greeley Lutes, of Turnersville, gratifying to know that AND PALM BEACH PANTS. shipped a carload of hogs to tho Cin- weIt is indeed Charlie Rcid for a while fied. They'll fui bud Imekn. cinnati market this week from McKin-ne- nt are rid ofdirty doggery gae trou-l last. His They're for weak kidneys, He bought 52 of the lot from R. Stanford people gratefully recom-vicintM. Sharp, of Casey county, nt six and hie here as well as In its immediateas several persons in this see- 'mend Doan's. cents a pound, the "Off and on for severnl vears I had porkers averaging 180 pounds: from tion made frequent visits to it. The a joint has Martin Brothers, of Turnersville, he wonder is that suchlong right utbeen 'severe attacks of lame back," says the John II. Wren, engineer at Electric got 35 head, that went to an average allowed to run so would of two churches. cf 200 pounds, and which cost himj doors stood heie till theIt "water not jl'lant, of E. Main St., Stanford. "Of-hav-e tt7' OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. got, ten I did work that renuired stoon- seven cents. Mr. Lutes purchased four PANAMAS AND LINEN HATS ing and at such times the liackachc fat sheep from Tom Gooch at four hot." J. K. Coffey bought the school became much worse. I also had u too and a half cents a pound. The ewes averaged 125 pounds; from Jake My- bonds voted some weeks ago. We did frequent desire to pass kidney secreBAREFOOT SANDALS FOR ers he got seven sheep, averaging 130 not learn at what rate of interest he tions both day und night. Doan's Kid-nPills relieved me und have never pounds at the same figure: and from took them, THE WHOLE FAMILY. Jnmes Peek a couple, that weighed J. T. DeUorde has been here for a failed to benefit me since then, when I have taken them.1' week or more, nursing his uncle, Rev. 115 pounds each at the same. Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simR. C. Arnold, local stock dealer, J. S. Taylor, whose illness we menOXFORDS FOR DRESS WEAR bought up a bunch of pice hogs about tioned in our last letter. Rev. Taylor ply ask for a kidney remedy get MM FOR THE LA-DTHE "SELBY" here this week at prices running seems to be gradually sinking nnd his Doan's Kidney Pills tho same that Mm Mr. Wren hud. Foster-Milbur- n Co., from six and lo seven death is expected at nny time. WHO WANTS HER FEET 41-- 1 cents a pound. From J. W. Holtz-claThere was an all day singing at Piops., Uuffulo, N. Y. at Gilbert's Creek he got 10 at Bruce's Chapel on Trace Fork SunTO LOOK NICE. OUR SIZES NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. the first named figure, that ran in day. The Lawhorn school house class YET. NOT BROKEN ARE weight from 20U to 250 pounds; from 'ent down to assist in making melody. Rev. C. II. Greer will preach at Wm Porter of the same section, he James Cloyd passed through town Logan's Creek next Sunday ut 2:110 p. bought 14 averaging 175 pounds at Wednesday en route to Columbia to At Baptist Church, Sunday, A. M. six and three quarters cents; from deliver a fine mare he had sold to a next, the subject will be, "Living to Tom Dudderar, he got nine averaging Mr. Tcwmy. STANFORD. God in Small Things," Luke 10:10. 100 pounds at seven cents; he bought Uncle Uriah Vandiver caught a At tho Methodist church next Suna cow from Morgan Beazley, that channel cat in the river here weighed 1212 pounds, and paid five Thursday. He hung unother much day, the Sunday School will meet nt and ii half cent'? a pounil for her. Mr. larger, but it got loose. Uncle Uriah U:3U a. m., followed by preaching at Arnold bought a drove of 10 sheep like all fisherman is unfortunate in 10:45 a. in. No services at night on y account of Commencement sermon. from Morgan Beajley nnd Phil letting the largest get cway. some of which weighed as high At the Presbyterian church, SunMiss Martha Tilford of Liberty, as 180 pounds, at from $50 to $8 a spent last week with her sister, Mrs. day, May 28, Sunday School 0:30; head. Morning Worship 1 1 o'clock, subject. W. T. Jasper on the Liberty pike. The Green River church people "lie Shall Glorify Me." C. E. Meethave painted their church pews, und ing 7 o'clock; Religious Rending, PUBLIC SALE interior of the building. The ladies Psalms 1 lit :12U.13(i. No evening ser vice. On SATURDAY. MAY 22. 1915 at have put down a beautiful new carpet 2 o'clock P. M.. I will offer mv entire and things look good over there. -- atCompton & Moore will give a big stock of furniture for sale at public WHY YOU ARE NERVOUS auction, buiu stock is located at M. picnic ut Itarnet's Pink, one mile IS. Smith's place on the pike just east east of Mt. Salem, on Saturday, May system 2U. amuseKing's Stanford, Ky., August 18, 19 and 20, 1915 of sold to Mountain, Ky. Goods will mentThere will be all sorts ofbetween of The nervous txxly. is the alarm system the human including a ball gamo be the highest bidder without hardly realize that perfect In limit or reserve and may be inspect- Hustonville and Morelund. The Lib we have a network of nerves, hut when erty band will furnish music on that health is ebbiug, when strength Is declin. ed before the sale. Terms of sale Amounts under $5, cash; over $5 half occasion. Entries Stakes Close July 1 st, 1915 Ing, the same iienotts system gives the cash, balance'to he secured by chatalarm in headaches, lircdncbs, dreamful Stanford Defeats Harrodiburg. mortgage on goods. Come to the tel sle'P, irritability and unless corrected, sale, buy goods, save money and let's Tho Stanford High School team Ic.iU straight to a breakdown. 1 1 renew our acquaintance. To correct nervousness, Scott's Rraub went to Hurrodsburg Thursday and $ 00 Colt Stake, 0 to enter, five moneys. A. H. LONG. defeated the hall team there by a slou is cxactly'what yoft should take; its rich nutriment gets Into the blood and score of 8 to 2. $500 Saddle Stake, 0 to enter, six moneys. while rich blood feeds the tiny nerve-celt- s STOMACH SUFFERERS! HEAD THIS refresh-luRUNAWAY JUNK Monday 7:30 the v, hole system responds to its alcohol, So many stomach sufferers have been froui tonic force. It is free $250 Harness Stake, 0 to enter, five moneys. benefited by a simple prescription of only one show. bcutt U lkwuc, llltMiuficM, M. J. W. A TR1BBLE, Stanford, Ky. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. G. B. PRU1TT, Morrland. Ky. madc-to-order 2J en cents per pound, and n small buch shonts to Robert Rankin at sev- S. S. S. Is a Regular Wizard Tlh(tltn!Ulm I often tlio effect nf soma other Mnl Affliction tluit.tm left lla I in ITent In tlio Joints, tmitrlrt nnd mucous roverlngt uf tho liinly It works Into the tliwin rclK tiuiao tiny, little txHlle In nhlch nutrition Knr on And It In hero thnt n most icnmrknhlc medicine known nt H 8. H docs Its most active and most cffcctlvo work. tts notion I mnrvcloun. Ited ridden rheumntlcs Kot mi their feet nt If ly made. Tlint cold, dummy anisntHn that inndo )nii ling a red hot stove It uno In n tnlnkllnK. Thnt otctucIiiIIiir niIii that tnndo n fcitthrr hy ns licuvy nt n ton of coal on the akin Is gono. You i;ct up nnd ilnnro with glee Your rluMinmtlsm In gono nhtoliitrlyt It Is nn actual loKlrnl fact, thnt Hwlft'it Hiiro Hpeclflc (lushes your tiln.nl, glet wuir etillro Mood limitation n Una thnmiiKh htth. It Jutt naturally nnd In a twinkling Irrigates every atom In our In Drlrlna Out Rheumatism. It nithri Into every Cftll, efltisen Imne. muscle, llgiment, tendon, mucous surfneo nnd every nervo to thrill d nlih freedom, with health, with springiness. And of nil, S. 8, B. though a powerful carrhlntr, overwhelming enemy to imln nnd tho rniurt of rlienmntltn Ii as pure nt tlio Oow .n n poach lilomiom, ns powerful nt tho hemic work of nnturo. nt ncnrclilnir nt tlio peremptory demund of tho most exact science. Ak for nnd Iritlut upon getting S. S. 8. the world' euro for rhiHinmll.m. 1'or private, tiermmnl ndvlce on stub-!or- n chronic rhriimutliim wrlto nt onco to tho Hwlft Hpeclne To, S0 Swift Ilultd. Iwr, Atlanta, On, Their medical depart inrnt It famous on nil Mood dlteatet, and It iulpne1 to make personal Mood teutt, approved by the hlchont medlcnl nuttiorl-llc- . (Jet n bottle of S. 8 B today. Then uway goes rheumatism for all time. I'Oity eery nerr-foun- v let 0 ROUT & MARTIN, Concrete Engineers, STANFORD, KY. FARM FOR SALE ! J Estimates on All Classes of Work. 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