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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): May 25, 1915 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1915 int1915052501_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): May 25, 1915 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. . - jgsss) The Established 1860. 56th Year. No. 42 Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, May 25, 1915 Thli Paptr Stopi Wota Yenr It np Watch th. Date Oi sitae Rtniw Your Subicrlpt'oi Proraitlf, Tlat I I Tuesdays and Fridays TO-DAY. Now Is The Best Time To Get Started In The Big ACROSS THE CONTINENT AND BACK AT THE EXPENSE OF THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Mils Miss Miss Contest-St-art Your Campaign 1,325 MAY TERM CIRCUIT BURGLARS AT McKINNEY LATEST WAR NEWS. LINCOLN COUNTY LOSES 1,000 Italy, tho eleventh nution to enter COURT STARTS MONDAY THE DIXIE HIGHWAY 1,825 Attempt Made To Blow Safe At Mc- tho world war, has thrown down the 1,150 gage of battle to Austria. The Aus- Eastern Loop Kinney Roller Mills 3 1,000 Judge Hardin Throws Out IndictRouted Around Over trian nnd Italian troops, In vast num. .. 1,000 .. Rough Mountain Roads Via ments In Huttonville Election bcrs, nre arayed ngainst each other Burglars made an unsuccessful . 1,000 Berea and Richmond. Cases Juries Empanelled 1,450 to rob the McKinney Roller Mills along the mountainous frontier. Most of Austrln's warships arc nt Pola. the Roberta Burton, IM .. 1,000 at McKinney Sunday night. In some great Notwithstanding tho most vnllnnfc The may term of Lincoln circuit way they must have been frightened Austrian nnvnl port In the AdMyrtle Johnson R- . . 1,000 court begnn here Monday nnd will off, however, for after demolishing riatic. The Italian fleet, powerful In effortsn- of Congressman Hnrvey Helm tt- - , tir i Orithin Wnrtlcld 1,000 n.,i ,, ft . ii nt nurgin, Lancoin continue through three weeks. A the combination of the Wg safe, thoir dreadnaughts, put to sea from Spezia county i. Ml. Salem, Ky. the number of important cases nre on the efforts seemed to have stopped, nnd weeks ago under command of Puke Highway.lostTwo routing of the Dixio 29,975 THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO SEE THE WONDERS OF THE Miss Nannie McKinney routes were finally docket and a busy session is nssurcd. entrance was not effected to the safe. of the Abruzzi, n cousin of King Vic- selected DISTRICT NO. 2 r.REAT PANAMA-PAC1F1at tho meeting of the INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION AT Empanelling of tho grand and petit Had they been able to accomplish their tor Emmanuel, and its whereabouts Is Lancaster, Ky. ul ChulUutoogn last SaturSAN FRANCISCO OR TO TAKE TRIPS TO NIAGARA FALLS, juries occupied the attention of purpose, however, their efforts would not nt present known The nfflrlnl day nnd Miss Elsie Morris, RR 4,350 Judge Hardin on Monday, nnd because one proclamation signed by the King fixed Commissioners, Hon. of the Kentucky BUFFALO, AND TORONTO, ATLANTIC CITY OR MAMMiss Knthlecn Wnltcr 4,750 he had delivered his charge, after have been fruitless, for the onlv thine May 24 as the commencement of the er, lives at Richmond,Harry B. Hangcourt of value contained therein was n MOTH CAAVE THIRTEEN SPLENDID VACATION TRIPS CIV-E- Miss Florence Dawes . . ., 0,250 was adjourned for the clay und most bunch of checks, which thev would war, but almost immnllntrlv no Itnl. loop was routed throughthe eastern FREE IN THE BIG TRAVEL TOUR AND PRIZE CONTEST-ENT- ER Miss Ella Henry Richmond, 5,225 of the officials and lawyers to probably have been unnblo to cash or mn amtmssaiior at Vienna presented thence on to Knoxvllle over tho 0,400 Lnncaster where county court went THE BIG RACE TODAY AND TAKE A VACATION AT Miss Stella Comly wns on realize upon. There was no money In the Austrian Foreign Office with the Boone way. It is nlnnncd. it is under Miss I.illie May Sutton . 4,250 tapis. THE EXPENSE OF THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. Manager Brad- - formal declaration and shortly after- stood to run the route from Richmond the safe at the time. Miss I.lllio Jones . . 2,825 The juries arc composed of tho fol- - shaw is glad to report. He was com- ward Germany instructed her Ambas- to Berea, thence to n point striking Miss Kate Hamm R. 2,075 lowing well known citizens: pelled to get n machinist to open the sador at Rome, Prince Von Buelow, to the Boone Way somewhere In RockMiss Willie Wilkinson . 2,425 Grand Jury N. II. Bishop, fore safe, and it required considerable leave the Italian cnpital with the Everybody is beginning to realize 2 years castle county. Travelers coming up 2,100 man. J. C. Florence. S. 25,000 votes. . 2.00 Mrs. Stella Perkins J. Em brv. work to do it, as the effort to blow Ambassador. Bnron from Knoxville over the eastern routo more nnil more each day the splendid I year . 12,200 votes 1.00 Miss Katie Barnes bickcrxou 1,950 Jr., Herman Loy, J. IS. Jones, G. T. the combination hail badly sprung it. von Mncchio. In an official statement of the Dixie, however, will be apt to value of the prizes offered in the InBack Subscription and Renewals. Miss Cora Perkins 1,875 Gooch, M. V. Kccton, J. F. Holman, The marauders left no clew, so far Issued nt Berlin the German Govern-mct- n mint: un in auinioru anu on mrougn terior Journal' big Travel Tour nnil 10 years ... 50,800 votes Acton 1,575 R. Y. Ballard, P. L. Heck, $10.00 Miss says bv this attack mmlnsf tho the Blue Grass this way rather than J. T. Rob- as known to their identity. (. ontest anil 8 years Prize 42,000 votes .... 8.00 Miss Bessie Prather Interest Is Increas.. . 3,950 erts and W. J. Kenny. iiuai monarchy Italy also has broken risk the rough mountain roads around ii years ing In all parts of the contest terri-tor20.1.00 votes 5.00 Coy, Ky. Petit Jury Wilson Alexander, B. her nlllance with Germany, nnd adds Berea nnd that part of Madison counI years 19,200 votes. .J.00 Miss Peachle M. Sanders .. . . 1,000 Thousand of the clipped couBIG TIMES AT DANVILLE F. McMullin. R. E. Gaines, John L. that the loyal relationship existing be- ty. A dispatch from Chattanooga to 11,400 votes . .".GO pons from the paper nre being sent in .1 years Paint Lick, Kr. Beck, Jny Howenstein, A. A. tween Austria-Hungarthe Cincinnati Enquirer 9,000 votes 2.00 Miss Lulu McWhorter nnd the each week by peoplu who are voting 2 years 4,525 Little Britain Royalty Entertaining man Emprie remains unimpaired. Ger- this story of the routing Sunday had 1 year O. P. Huffman, W. D. Walls, 3.G0O votes as decided 1.00 Miss Docia Metcalf . their coupons for the different candi4,850 E. V. Knights Templar This Week Carson, W. F. Dishon, M. F. An nttnek by Austrian warships on upon by the Commissioners: Our Guarantor dates. In nlargc number of Instances, Brodbead, Ky. Lawrence, J. W. Holtzclnw. G. M. Chattanooga, Tenn., May 22. the eastern coast of Italv. nlnni. tbo THIS IIIG VOTE OFFER IS Miss Judith McCall thoe coupons are being cast for can5,050 Smith, J. M. Carter, Danville is in gala attire for the Adriatic, is announced in an official Both Louisville and Cincinnati will be Gooch, W. didates who have as yet, made no GUARANTEED TO HE THE BIG- Miss Ada Ward ... 4,825 n. reppies, w. M. Mosler, S. P. Shoop annual Conclave of the Knights Tem communication from tho Italian war on the Dixie highway from the lakes atart in the big nice, but it surely GEST AND BEST OF THE EVTIRR Miss Etta Sowder 2,050 M. T. Morgan, Owsley Dunn, J. L. plar of Kentucky, which convenes office, transmitted to CONTEST. So turn in your Paris by the to the gulf. The 14 Commissioners shows that their friends are Miss Rica Brooks . . 2.750 Livingston, Hayden McMullin, A. C. there this week. A host of visitors correspondent of the Havns Agency. selecting the route decided here toas fast as you receive them. Miss Etta Cable 3,750 Sine, and Charles McGuffey. If you hold them back with the cx- from all over the state will be on It is said the Austrian warships were day to designate n West Dixie high-wa- y . With so much Interest taken by tha tlfrltlltinn nf m.rlirlnt. liti.t.fi. tlna .... Mrs A. M. Hiatt .. 2,025 . Two judgments were taken on the hand. Lincoln county will send many. forced to withdraw after a short and nn East Dixie highway besubscribers in collecting the cuupors'thim you will be disappointed. We Danville, Ky. tween Chattanooga and Indianopolis. first day of court, one ngainst John The Knights of this section nnd their I cannonade. nnil voting for their favorites, there guarantee that no bettor offer will Miss Elizabeth Dye "The northern terminus of the According to a Buchnrest dispatch 0,525 Wnddle and one against George friends are plunning to attend most Is no reason why any ambitious per-- 1 be made during the contest. highway is placed nt Chicago, the east .Miss Joyce Taylor . nut! small of the festivities and ceremonies and the Russian armored 5,950 ..s:..ingtr.r., for $10 son mourn Hesitate aiiout entering the and west routes being joined at Indi all expect a big time. Little Britain Wintclovmon offenses. has sunk with 1,400 Junction Cit, Ky. big nice. There will be no better time anapolis. Louisville is placed on tho On Tuesday Judge Hardin took up is gaily decorated in the Templar col- men in the Black Sea. Miss Bessie Wright 1,925 to commence your campaign than o will Another German aeroplane of the west route, while Cincinnati will bo Miss Gertrude Richardson 28,950 the indictments against E. V. Car ors, and national colors and this perright now for tho Biggest and Ilest'o HOW THEY STAND TODAY o merry week there, with a Miss Lucy lauoo type new over the northern on the cast route." 5,350 son anil T. J. Bell, of Hustotiville, be a Vote Offer of tho Contest is now in receptions, dances and suburb of Paris this morning and in Following is the standing of o Miss Irene Hnnkla .. .. . Official designations of both routes Lyons 3,900 wno were cnargeil with preventing le- fect round of force and you will get three times the o of the contestants up to Thurs- - o other entertainments for the guests. its flight dropped several bombs. No of the Dixie highway is as follows: Gaddis 2,875 gal voters from participating in the usual number of votes on both old o day night, May 20th. Pin o Miss SallieShelby The official program o the week will person was injured y these projecWest Route Chicago, Momenee, last democratic senatorial primary. City, Ky and new subscriptions. With n very o votes together or place In en- - o Miss Agnes be as follows: Wataska, Hopcstown and Danville, in tiles. Mct'hord 4,050 About 30 or 40 democrats were prevelore before depositing in o Miss Emily Murphy little effort n new candidate can easi- Tuesday, May 25. Official announcement was made Illinois; Covington, Cruwfordsville, 4,825 vented from voting at Hustonville. ly bring her standing up with any the ballot box... Votes may be o 8 to 9:30 P. M. Reception. Dep thnt Austrian aeroplanes arsenal at Indianapolis, Martinsville. Bloomimr- Attorney K S. Alcorn and George Liberty. Ky. clipped from the paper or thev o other candidate on the list. A new one IN. Venice. The aeroplanes .Miss Mossic Bell were drivnn ton. . Bedford and .Paoli... in. Indiana: .... ... . 3,825 D. Florence, of Stanford and Charles uty Grand Commander Charles . are given free on both old and year subscription now brings 12,200 off. Porto Corsini, Ancona, Barletta iouisvine, wcstl'omt, rJUzabethtown, Miss Gertrude Cundiff 4,150 F. Montgomery, of Liberty, appeared Smith at Masonic temple. votes, a, new two year subscription'" new subscriptions. Ask for Cave City, Bowling Green and M. concert, by the anu aiso were attacked. Band 8:15 P. for the defendants. County Attorney Bud, Ky. votes when paying your now brings 25,000 utes etc. We in-- i in Kentucky; Springfield, Miss Lcnnie Burton . . . . 1,000 W. S. Burch declined to ass'ist in pros Louisville Commandery, No. 1, at the vito nominations from new contest- band stand on Main street. Congressman Helm on Dixie Highway Nashville, Murfreesboro, Shelbyville, ecution of the case, stating to the Yosemite, Ky. lints in nil parts of the contest territo- Reception. Emi 9 to 10:30 P. M. Referring to the result of the Dixie Sewanee, Monteagle and Chattanooga, Miss Ruby Lee Fogle 1,000 court that previous to the election ry. Just tell the contest mnnniror that in Tennessee; Lafayette, Jonesboro, Miss Sally Estes . . .. 1,000 he had ndvised with certain election nent Commander George A. McRob- - Highway Commissioners meeting, Mr. If there is any mistake in the count Miss Gay you wish to make an active race and Summersville; Rome, Cartersville, AtJones . 1,000 officers in regard to this very matter erts of Ryan Commandery No. 17 at Helm declined to comment unnn whnt lanta, be will send printed matter and full of any contestant's vote up to the Miss Anita Wells Griffin, Barncsville, Macon, his residence 443 West Broadway. the Chattanooga papi-- s call a "stradnot these defendants, however 1,000 present date, call it to the attention instructions for conducting your camReception and dance by dle," and what one delegate dubbed Aemicus, Albany and Th;masville, in 10 I'. M. 1,000 and according to the way ho conof the contest manager before next Miss Evelyn Cash . paign. Don't put the matter off but strued the law, he did not believe DeMolay Commandery, No. 12 in the the "pretzel route." lie would only Georgia, and Tallahassee, live Oak, Middleburg, Ky. Monday night. nsk for printed matter today. dining hall of the Kentucky School say that in his obscrvntio-- i all such Lake City, Jacksonville, St Augustine, 1,000 they had committed any offense. Until fui tiier notice, contestants Miss Ruth Dye 75,000 Extra Vol. Free. big movement as that for the i.,"xie Palm Beach and Miami, in Florida. 1,000 Attorneys for the defendants filml for the Deaf. will be allowed to poll a sufficient Miss Stella Jones East Route, Joining West Route at To enable new candidates who may big movements ns that for the Dixie Wednesday, May 26. a demurer to the petitions, alleging number of votes to place their ntnmi. Miss Ijike Arabia, Ky. Indianapolis Richmond, in Indiana; wish to enter now, to get n good start 9:30 A. M. Commanderics as nental Lincoln Highway, usually and Dayton Carter 1,050 that the indictments were defective in lings. 15.000 otes in nt tin.Ohio; Cov: in ne Dig race, we will extend the - .. " that thy did not set forth that the semble at respective headquarters and finnlly culminate in a a anneal to Con ington, and Cincinnati, inGeorgetown, Williamstown, dutoon the three Special Ballots from I. ..0I l.1e PreUuig issue. Where Dynamiting On Dix River. officers of election had knowingly vio- proceed to First Christian church on gress for Fede-u- l aid, and it might be Lexington, Richmond May 20th to Mnv Hist. On ih flrR ",orV l":' me limit allowed are polled nnd Cumber that Congress would not want to ap.Main street. A man who lives near ill a mouth of in Kentucky; Knoxville, three subscriptions -- either old or new n'a"rtV,r the votes nre dropped Dix River has reported ilut within lated the law in refusing to permit for a "two-way- " 9:45 A. M. Address of welcome propriate route. land Gap, Dayton and Chattanooga, certain men to vote. Thev cited au- -- turned in before Muv .'list. w. will back into the ballot box nml mil.. Rockwood, might be, under such circumthe few days two ser.nule squads thonties to show that tho h.ivo by Sir Henry G. Sandifcr. Respense and it give a camliikite three Special Bal- li'hed in the following issue. of dynamiters had jcot up Dix River held that such nn offense courts have by Past Commander Robert R. Bur-na- stances, that a commission Would be in Tennessee and Dalton, Calhuon, must lots, good for 25,000 Extra Votes DISTRICT NO. 1. Office Worship by Aden Hazel-rig- uppointed. Mr. Helm added that if Atlanta, McDough, Jackson and Ma about two miles from High Bridge. been knowingly committed, each in addition to the usual number Moretand. Kv- and had violated the fish law. He said set forth in the indictment. and be Grand Prelate. Sermon by Rev. it did come down to Congressional son, in Georgia. given. Miss Minelle Pruitt The proposition of selecting an 5,725 also that great quantities of dead fish Sir Frederick W. Harrop. Music by aid, the number of his committee Three subscriptions can easily be .Miss Lydia Woddlc Commonwealth's Attorney Puryear the Danville Choral Club under the room was 152 and the number of the East nnd West highway, which the 5,100 of various sizes and varieties were secured in a short time if the cundi-j.Mis- s argument with the declara- direction of Miss Gladys T. Shailer. room of the Committee on Roads was commission explained will be of equal Annn S. Reynolds 0,850 floating down the river last week, and met this ...... wjn tiuu iiii-s- t mi importance and standing, was prowin ne iij.uiss uiga .llyers 11:30 A. M. Parade. (Lines will 153. 2,775 that all the rivermen knew about it. tion that the indictment set forth uwn auiw iii inc nig nice. posed by Commissioner W. T. Ander Miss Prudence Ferrell 1,750 He declared that four men. who said that the officers of election mentioned form in park, west of church.) The Lcland Piano. had "corruptly" performed the acts son, or Oeorgia, and seconded by they came from Lexington, had hired 12:30 P. M. Opening of Sixty-- Mustard Grew from "Flower" Seed. McKinney, Ky. The I.eland Piano offered as one of If women could vote in Congres- Commissioners Thomas Taggart, of a boat and went up Dix River; and complained of, nnd that it was impos- Eighth Annual Conclave, Grand Com7,825 the prizes will be purchased especial- Miss Mary I). Beck that night the roar of i vnamitc ex sible to do un act corruptly without mandery of Kentucky, Assembly Hall, sional races,' we predict that Mrs. A. Indiana and George G. Harris, of .Miss Ruth Cockings ly for this contest from the Hamilton-Smit- h 12.925 plosions was heard by people who liv- it carrying knowledge with it and Kentucky bchool for the Deaf. Lee Rankin would not stamp her Ohio. 7,475 ed along the river. Xo one knows that the failure of the indictment to Music Company of this city. Miss Ruth Tanner Selection of the East route, Macon 3:00 P. M. Reception by Marion stencil onnnsitr tho nnmo nf TTnn 0,925 where the other party came from nor set out that the nlleged offense had Commandery No. 21, on the lawn at Harvey Helm should he ever offer for 'to Jacksonville, was deferred and the The Lcland Piano Is noted for its Miss Mary Lois Gann . high quality and fine tone and was Crab Orchard, Ky. that office again. Our Congressman .two Georgia Commissioners were who they were, and their presence been knowingly done, did not invali the Kentucky School for the Deaf. selected nftur the most careful consid- Miss Mary Bailey Mrs. 3,050 was only made known by dynamite date it for the reason that such nn Rankin with 'structed to investigate the various 4:00 P. M. Exhibition Drill by eration its the one that would please Miss Jalia Brown 2 . 5,125 explosions in the night and the act performed corruptly could be con- Check Field, Centre College, the fol some "flower" seed and she so greatlv competing roads and submit a recom the majority of the candidates and .Miss Mary Gaines 7,025 swarms of dead fish on the surface of strued in no other way than having lowing Commmuleries participating: appreciated the remembrance that she mendation within 90 days. bring the most real enjoyment to the Ben F. Howard RA plan was adopted late today 1,000 the river next day. All the river bot- been done with full knowledge of the Louisville Commnnuery No. 1, Webb took unusual precaution in planting winner. The contestant securing the Miss Torey Anderson, 2 2,250 toms' residents, having realized the circumstances. Commandery No. 2, Covington Com und caring for them. In due time the 'looking toward connecting up the jrreatest number of votes in the En- .Miss Wadie Thompson, Judge Hardin held that there must mandery No. 7, DeMolay Command- seed came up and Mrs. Rankin North portion of the two lines with a 1,875 efficacy of the fish law by their thought she would have some rare road along the eastern and western tire contest wil have her choice be- Miss Ella Rigsby 2 . . .. 2,150 catches this spring, are now bitterly be an allegation in the indictment ery No. 12. . tween the I.eland Piano or a tour to Mjss Mamie Hotmail . 7,225 opposed to dynamiting and netting. that the facts set up in the indict6:00 I'. M. Reception liv the rac- - flowers for graduating time, hut to shores of Lake Michigan, from South Miss Bessie Reynolds tho Panama Exposition. 0,150 ment would constitute the voter a le ulty of Centre College at the College her surprise she found she had a Bend, Ind., to Mackinaw, Mich., and beautiful growth of mustard in the connecting the South portion with a Mrs. Katie King Gover It. R. 4,325 13 Vacation Trips. gal voter, must have been alleged to Library. Pilot Baptist Church Dedication. Free. place she expected to have geranifrom Miami The dedicatory ceremonies of Pi have been known to the defendant by Where are you going to spend your Hustonville. Kv. 8:00 to 10:00 Concert by Smittio's ums and other such flowers. Imngine road of Florida, thusalong the west coast making a convacntion this summer? How you Miss Roberta Bliiin 35,875 lot Baptist church four miles south- a direct allegation as had been held in Bard, band stnnd on Main street. tinuing loop of the highway. her disappointment. would enjoy one of the thirteen splen- Miss .Margaret Allen . 37.975 west of Waynesburg will be held next principle in many cases ly the Court 8:00 to 12:00 P M. -- Reception cud This scheme was suggested by Comservices all did vacation trips which the Interior Miss Annie Floyd 3,250 Sunday. The nay. Mucn will extend be- of Appeals nnd that he was compelled Dance, Webb Comtnurdery No. 2, missioner Carl G. Fisher, of IndianaNew Farm Catalogue Out. lm interest is under the law so to hold. Journal is offering in its big travel Mrs. William Riffe 1.000 through ing manifested by the good people in Guinn & Thompson, a hustling real polis, who proposed extending tho It is understood that the matter People's Tobacco Warehouse. Tour nnil Prize Contest and the best Miss Christine Lnir 37.975 that section of the county und a large 9:00 to 12:00 P. M. Reception and estatu firm of Waynesburg, have been road from Chicago to South Bend, will be carried to the Court of Appart of these vacations are that they Miss Clara Nunnelley 2,425 attendance is looked for. All arc in- peals for u final construction of the Dance, Covington Commandery No. handling nnd selling so many, Lincoln, Ind., thence north to Mackinaw and are to bo taken at the expense of the Miss Florence North 3,725 vited to attend and bring 7, Dining Hall nt Kentucky School for Pulaski and Casey counties farms that south via Bay City to Detroit. dinner. points involved. Interior Journal. Just make up your Miss Martha Tucker . . . 1.875 Rev. W D Powell, The commission voted to invite the Denf. they have been compelled P:a:e Secretary of to issue mind where where you would like to Miss Cora Estes R1,000 the Baptists, will preach the dedicaanother farm catalogue which has just Michigan into the associaton to proThursday, May 27th. Harrodiburg Gets Revenge. go to tho Panama Exposition at San Miss Mertle G. Martin, .. 1,150 tory which A. M. Session of the Grand Com- ucen turned out in line style by tho vide the lnke loop and pledge itself to The Harrodsburg ball team turned Francisco to Ning-Falls, Detroit, Miss Gertie Elliott. R1,000 it willsermongood one,guarantees that be n for Dr. Powell the tables on Stanford here Monday mandery. Interior Journal job minting depart- extend the East route from Dayton, Buffalo and Toronto, to Atlantic Gilbert Creek, Ky. De10:00 A. M. Automobile ride for ment. It contains n list of over half Ohio, north through Toledo to City, the great senshore resort of the Miss Emma HolWcl.iw .. . . 4,825 is one of the most gifted ministers of afternoon and got revenge for the troit. The Florida Commissioners the denomination in the south. victory of the local lnds there last visiting ladies, starting from Ken a hundred attractive central Kentucky were nuthorized to investigate extenoa;t or to Mammoth Cave, the Won- Miss Nell Buck 4,575 iarm bargains, ana the firm is send- sions from Miami up the west coast week when the score was 8 to 2. The tucky School for the Deaf. der Cavern of Kentucky. Your opporBig Time At Elixir Springs. Preachertville, Ky. 3:30 P. M. Senior Play, "Pan- ing them out to a large number of paMercer boys defeated Stanford here, tunity to tnke one of the splendid Miss Ruby Cress The rain of Sntuiduy curtailed the 5 to 2, thus making the standing of dora," Campus K. C. W., compliment- trons and prospective buyers. These joining the highway between Talla2,275 vacation trips is now within vour hassee and Jacksonville. Anderson the 2,025 Elixir vwiti -- "i'mn Will j"- - inU . f,ilt.nin..A nr :.. Miss Cnrrie Blunkcnslilp . . 4,050 crowd at but opening picnic nt had a gemes even, nnd the tie will be played ary to Sir Knights and their Ladies. fellows are hustler and know good i Before adjournment of the execuMrs Springs, 'mst ui ii .. B. I. those who went rrt 1... n,....:.... .1...- I.!.. off ut Harrodsburg next week. 4:15 P. M.. Reception at East Hall, property when they see It and are tive session tonight the Dixie Highij mi- iiik vravei lour ami good time. The skating rink was the making some attractive bargains. Kingi Mountain, Ky. Kentucky College for Women. Prize Contest. way Association adopted a charter, Miss Grace Thompson ... 0,725 scene of much enjoyment and the Bank Stock Sells Well. Concert by Smittie's Band, band The Bis Vote.. perfected a permanent organization An Success. At the sale of bajik 0,450 Antics cut by the many beginners Main Triple votes will be given on both Miss Ada Murphy brought much laughter from the spec- by the estate of the late stock owned stud on P. M. street. Installation at The opening held by the firm of M. of 21 Directors, comprising the 14 Miss Evn Leach old and new subscriptions turned in Judge Mor4,125 8:00 Public and the seven origitators. At night some 300 or 400 peo- row of Somerset good prices were Centenary Methodist church. C. Williams & Sons Saturday in their Commissioners before Thursday, June 3rd. In adStanford, Ky. ple gathered to attend the rink and paid for the shares. new quarters was successful in every nal incorporators, A resolution was big vote inducement, we Miss Patience Calmese .. dition to this 0,150 The stock of the 9:00 P. M. Reception and Dance, ndopted providing that the various during win give j.uuu r.xtra Votes on every Miss Martha S. Raney . .. 30,825 dance. Francis Weatherford and Ed. First National ranged in price from Rynn Commundery No. 17, People's way, and people the day over two links must be completed within a year. Brady, of this city, furnished music $200 to $202.25; the Farmers thousand called and admired dollars' worth of new subscriptions Mrs. Lucy Miller Hartley 28,325 for the dunce and James Cooper Tobacco Warehouse. the newly fitted business house of this in the association reserved the right Miss Kittie Jones lumen in oeiorc rriuay, .uny 0,475 played $158.50 to $100, says the its resolution to relocate and nor- the role of dancing muster to popular firm, r lowers and other tok at 9 P. M. Read this over carefully Miss Elsie Coleman .. A Call From Taylor County. 37,975 the satisfaction of the mniiy who ens were given the visitors, and the tion of the highway where a county in nn Tim M... U'..ll.. lor it is reallv two ofTl-ri. 29,175 tripped the light or municipality, through was W. II. Lair, who was here from children were not forgotten by fantastic. schedule below includes nil extra 'Miss Anna Chancellor . the designed to pass, fniled which it Card From Matt Read. 35,175 to complete Hustonville this morning, told u I. J. votes. Subscriptions sent by mail will 'Miss Lucille Ballou . To whom it may coiuein: This man that he had u cull last week hosts. Mrs. M. C. Williams and Mrs. its link within the yeur allowed. 1,250 Memorial Services at Ephesus. R. G. Williams. Jr.. with .Miss Lena Is to certify that I have this day de'M Mnrgaiet Davison 5,375 Officers were elected as follows: from a Taylor county party for his McClure ...,, ..w ....... .. MUS l'llll-llThere will be memorial services ut Villi. Miss Roxie Jennings President, C. E. James, Chattanoo3,825 Ephesus Baptist church, between cided to become n total abstainer nnd bloodhounds. A merchant at I inley Somerset assisted in tho reception. tabling same is postmarked not luter Herald. to never touch strong drink again In called him up apd usked Miss Bessie Clay Farris ga; Vice President; Tennessee, M. M. 11,025 Ciab Orchard and Ottenheim on the dogs than 9 P. M.. May 28th. This gives any form, ns u dram or a drinker. I be brought there to tracothat his who Allison; Ohio, II, L. Gordon; Indiana, 3,250 fifth Sunday in this month, candidates living nt ii distance an Miss Bessie Peek, 5 . parties For a Torpid Liver. make this statement so that my had broken into his store and stolen ThomasTaggart; Georgia W. T. An2,025 equal chance with those living close Miss Curriu Anderson, 4 at 9:30 A. M. Everybody friends may know how I Miss Eva Rankin on the u lot of groceries. Mr, Lair sent them have used Chamberlain's Tablets derson; Florida. G. W. Saxon; Ken"I stand 35,725 invited to attend. Wu ate promised lO IOWI1 Respectfully, Matt Rend. Miss Fannio Scott, RNew Subscriptions. 8,400 a good choir to give song services matter. down in charge of Muck Sutton. The off and on for the past six years tucky. II. B. Hanger; Illinois, Richwhenever my liver shows signs of be- ard J. Finnegan; Secretary-Treasure- r, Miss Osa Farmer, 3 10 years 147,800 votes 5,075 and will have un elaborate program. dog sleuths trailed nicely to where ing in $10.00 8 years a disordered condition. They W. R. Long, Chnttanooga; ExecuCommencement Calendar. 103,200 votes 0,325 Hopo to make it n great day for God. . 8.00 Miss Dollie Wilcher there were a of horse tracks May 25. 5 years At 8:15 n. m. Senior there lost out. lot is supposed that but havo nlways acted quickly und given tive Committee, the President and 09.400 votes . Waynesburg, Ky. 5.00 W. McC. Hutchins, Chairman. the mo tho desired relief," writes Mrs. F. Secretary and Carl G. Fisher, It 4 years Class Evening. Friends of Seniors . Ot.800 of votes. 9,875 4.00 Miss Cora Singleton scamps had gotten on their horses H. Trubus, Snringvillc, 3 years . 39,000 N. Y. For Richard Hardy, Chattavotes 3,00 Miss Mary Wurriner 7,150 Death of Little Child there and struck out. Mr. Lair is get- sale by till dealers. May 20. At 8:15 p. m. Commence nooga und Clark Howell, Atlanta. A ehlid if Cecil ting numerous calls for his dogs und Manning of tho Turnersvillo section, ment Exercises. in many instances they ure doing good May 27. Annual Recital nt 8:15. died Monday and is being buried in work. liuffulo bprings cemetery us this pa- Alumni of S. H. S. Asked to Meet. per is being printed. J. C. McClury THE INTERIOR JOURNAL'S Double Wedding At Columbia. All the the Stanford wus to hold u brief service nt tho High School,alumni of to This Ballot A double wedding took place ut the nre asked meet ut tho grave. Nomination Blank Good For 1,000 Votes Colloge building Wednesday morning home of Mr. und Mrs. W. R. Myers, of TRAVEL TOUR AND PRIZE CONTEST Must Be nt 10 o'clock. Important mutters ure Columbia, when their daughter, Miss CONTEST DEPT., INTERIOR JOURNALi Voted on or Cross Hayne. Mary Myers, was united in marriage to be discussed. Jesse Hay nu and Mrs. Bessie Cross, I hereby nominate as a candidate in your Big Travel Tour and to Herman Burnett, of Chicago. III.. Before a comely widow, drovo over from und Miss Gruce Conover, daughter of Prize Contest! Chamberlain's Liniment. June 3rd. Danville Friday ufternoon und were This preparation is intended espec- .Mr. and Alrrs. J. N. Conover, becumc NAME heart and ut the ially for rheumatism, lume buck, the bride of Cecil Ramsey, of Monti- Ioined by Judge handBalfey. J. P. sprains and like nilments. It is u fav- cello. POorite with people who nre well acFOR, ...DISTRICT No Sick Headache. quainted with its splendid qualities Whooping Cough. DOMINATED BY . Mrs. A. L. Luckie, East Rochester, Mrs. Chrrles Tanner, Wabash, Ind "About a year ago my three bovs N. Y was a victim of sick hecduche says of It, "I have found Chamber- had whooping cough and I .Address , , and despondency, caused by a budly lain's Liniment the best thing for Chamberlain's Cough Remedy found the Send necessary blanks and Instructions. weakened and debilitated condition lame back and sprains I have ever only one that would relieve their This Coupon, when neatly cut out and brought or mailed to t of her stomach, when she began tak used. It works like a charm and re. coughing and whooping spells. I con- the Contest Department of the Interior Journal will count for the Not Only on Domination blank will b accepted for any on ing Chamberlain's Tablets. She says, lieves pain and soreness. It has bee- - (Inilnit tills imnitmnni nnil una tint.- person whose nam is written thereon. candidate. The naraas of those making nominations will not be "I found them pleasant to take, also USed by Others Of my familv ns Well rrlsml tn finil thnt It rnul tha .11. mild and effective. In a few week's as myself for upwards of twet- Contestant should clip and sere the coupons and get their vulgad. In a very short time," writes time I was restored to mv former years." 25 and CO cent bottle. IV tfr,. Archio Dalrymple, Crooksville, friends to do likewise. (Not good after the date above mentioned.) good health." For sale by all dealers. sale by all dealer- .j,i0. by dealers,. -l R-- Vesta Simms, R- -l Sclmn Eubnnks, RMnzie Braswcll, l Soshin Miincic Mangle Blackerby Leila Gooch Bertha Rogers IM Mabel Wright, R-l -l .... .... 11-- -- ,. N -l . y s man-of-w- ar oooooooooooooooooo . . . le, ooooooooooooooooooo .... adi-iitir- lst g, R-- -l R-R-- R-- -i R-l- -l -- 1 All-Rou- ul :tht ! s nV,"?',lr7rCu! .."r R-- R-- -l R-- Indi-nuapol- NOMINATE A CANDIDATE Good for 50 Votes ...... d. For sale all . . e$i. . r The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, May 25, 1915 CONDENSED REPORT To the Comptroller of the Currency by the LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK : : Stanford, Ky. LMgyJfo' 9 I 5 1 Tke Interior Journal WALTON & 2lrapsif"IETUT," Out u 8AUFLEY CtMisflis Gtra I JfemFall. roo-go- o Editors find Manngers. It's the World's Wonder; tl A TEAU I HTKtCTLT IN ADVANOC mau mairir. ttm tun Knttrti at r"ltt' BUntri exes at yonr fwt, You'll make you ui "OUTS-IT,- " and you'll find the (loots where those blanket? corns Deed to be, lust as smooth as your cheek. GOING AWAY? to some friend-o- ff Summer is the going time-visit- ing pleasure trip, which some watering place, or a calls for good TRAVELING LUGGAGE. A good, TRUNK, strong enough to stand the rough treatment of the railroad. A handsome SUIT CASE that you will not be ashamed of, a HANDBAG that you can carry with pride. All these we have in stock ready for sight-seeing, ftr RESOURCES $323,597.40 137,650.00 Bonds and Stocks 10,750.00 Banking House Cash and Due from Banks 36,382.43 Loans Total $508,379.83 LIABILITIES Capital, Surplus. Profits $206,099.79 98,000.00 Circulation 184,280.04 Deposits ! 20,000.00 Bills Payable Total $508,379.83 POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Interior Journal Is nuthnrired to announce the following rnndidntes for office, subject to the Democratic primary, August 7tn, luio. For Circuit Judge C. A. HARDIN, of Mercer county. CHAS. C. FOX,, of Boyle county. For Commonwealth's Attorney E. V. TURYEAR, of Boyle county. R. V. KEENON, of Mercer county. J. S. OWSLEY, Jr., Lincoln county. For Railroad Commissioner WM. F. KLA1R, of Fayatte county. J. E. NEWMAN, of Nelson county. For Circuit CUrfc JESSE D. WEAKEN. MARSHALL C. NEWLAND For Representative in Legislature W. G. GOOCH. gsaCX k HaP B sub-stanti- al Hv "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE" WHILE AT COURT You are cordially invited to call at our store and see our splendid stock of Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Shirts, Ties, Undershirts, And everything a man wears. Ourstock is always complete and our prices are a little lower than our competitors'. We can clothe you from head to foot, and do it well for a very small amount of money. Try us. It is time for Straw Hats, Overalls, Work Shirts and Work Shoes. You can get a bargain in them. And we are just as well prepared to supply the women as the men. Good Work Shirts, 25c. A Bargain-Me- n's In the rushing, bustling life that many lead, little time is giver, to thought of self and what that self is doing. For instance, Matt Read, who was convicted in Federal court at London for selling whisky at Junction, might have gone on In his nefarious work had not the strong arm of Uncle Sam called him to halt. Ho is now doing time in the London jail and, according to his own statement, which he asks the Interior Journal to print, has become much changed for the better. He says in that statement that he will never again handle or drink whisky and will otherwise lead a better life. Worse men than Matt have turned over a new leaf and kept the pledge to do better things. Let us join in the hope that he is sincere. He alone knows whether or not he is. He should be given benefit of the doubt any way, but his promises should not, and will not, effect nis sentence. He has sinned grievously and should pay the penalty. After he is out 01 confinement he will have abundant opportunity to prove to a patient public whether his change is of the lasting sort, or is an effort to gain clemency from the powers that be. Referring to Mr. Helm's significant remark in an interview in another column, it is suggested that it would do no harm to remind the powers who will route the Dixie Way south of Richmond, that it is not necessary to go out of their way to avoid Crab Orchard, the Boone Way. and Lincoln county in general. The latter will be the home of a member of Congress for at least two years yet. Judge R. G. Williams is a candidate to succeed himself as Commonwealth's Attorney of the Covington district, and if the people over there know on which side of their butter is smeared they will nominate and elect him by a greater majority than they have ever done. The one best bet just now is that Pike county people do not want any in "theirn." The majority whisky acainst the open saloon in the elec tion held Saturday is 4.206. The only wet precinct in the county is Black berry went three to one against oiu booze. News of the Churches. It Is good some times to give a fellow time to ponder over his career. There's no corn or callas among the millions of feet In the world that "OUTSIT" will not remove there's no escape. "OETS-IT- " Is tho new way, the simple, common-seme- , sure way. It does away with ereniy ointments, salves, pads, cot. ton rings, harnesses, knives, scissors, mors, files, and tbe limping- and the painful pigeon-towalk of so many corn pestered people. All yon do Is put 1 drops -- QET8-IT" on-t- he corn shrivels up of and good bye. Nothing else In the world Millions are using It. like "OETS-IT.-" There's no pain, no trouble, no changing shoes because of corns. "OETS-IT- " Is sold by druggists every. where, o a bottle, or sent direct by K. Lawrence A Co Chicago, o WHe U a CET3 TT Sslis ? Ws5, a Good Dtsl Over 2 Ftstl" Thirteen Splendid Vncation Trips given Free in the Interior Journal's big Tour and Prire Contest MIDDLEBURG. Trunks, any price, from $3.50 to $12.50. Suit Cases, in artificial leather or Japan worm grass, at $1 to $3.50; in leather, genuine cowhide, attractive as they can be, as good as can be made, at $5, $7.50, $10 and $12.50, and in Walrus, at $15. Hand Bags, leather ones, handsome ones, you would love to carry one, 16 and 18 inches, at $5, $7.50 and $10. If you travel use good baggage. you. THE BARGAINSTO RE SALEM & SALEM. H.&W. Pure Prepared Paint "The Brand that Satisfies" IJHas been sold in your community for pail ten years. J Ask your dealer for names of users. tJThen inspecl that property and inquire of the owner. JThat is the interest. J That's besT: way to safeguard your best advertisement. Sunday School at ML Xenia Sun day afternoon at 3 o'clock. Rev. C. H. Greer will preach there immediately after the Sunday school is over. Prayer service at the Presbyterian Church will be held on Wednesday evening, May 20, beginning promptly at 7:30 and closing at 8 o'clock. Rev. B. M. Shive, who has been pastor of the First Presbyterian church at Paris for seven years, surprised his congregation Sunday by presenting his resignation to take effect Sept. 1. He announced that he had accepted the presidency of Oglethorpe University at Atlanta, Ga. Rev. W. B. Godbey, a beloved Methodist preacher will conduct services at King's Mountain next Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock, and will preach that night at the home of J. M. Reynolds at Waynesburg. All are invited. Tbe Real Issue. We would remind those politicians and newspapers of Kentucky who are quoting President Vvilson so gleefully in support of their opposition to state-wid- e prohibition and advocacy of local option that the contest in Kentucky is not between prohibition and local option, but between liquor interests on one side and the forces that are opposed to the domination of the .saloons in Kentucky politics. As between such issues we firmly believe Mr. Wilson would take the side of the latter. Midway Clipper. "Child's Corpie" Was Whisky A woman in mourning travelling with a supposed child's corpse, was captured on a Kanawha and Washington train by West Virginia authorities near Gallipolis, Ohio, and placed In jail on a charge of bootlegging. While the baggageman was handling the H & IV High grade Paints have the analysis label on each can. Demand and accept no brand of Paint that does not show analysis of its contents. : : : : SHUGARS' DRUG STORE, STANFORD, KY. B. W. LEIGH, HUSTONVILLE, KY. Ma- Full Stock of Groceries, Crown Gasoline, chine Oils, Etc. Get my Prices. They will surprise you. casket, the bottom fell out and more than 100 pint bottles of whisky were revealed. The plan was to bury the casket and later dig up the bupposcd corpse and sell the whisky. TO THE PUBLIC. Highest Market Price Paid For Country Produce Of All Kinds. Fresh Vegetables Always on Hand. Get Them in Three Times Each Week. I represent tho largest and best clothing houso in this country Ed V. Price & Co,, Chicago 111. My experience in measuring and directing the making of your clothes, no adwuiiuge over one who i.i is not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order I will promise you a square deal. You will get the worth of your money, either in the che.v grades or thr h t'her priced. Mj .lNG and SL line of are now rcii ij 'or your samj. Call and lit mo show you. H. C. RUPLEY, the Practical Tallov made-to-ord- and .daughter at Preachcrsville. Next Sunday. May 30th, will be Decoration Day at Ephesus. Don't Reliable forget the date. Everybody come and I feel that I ought to tell what I fill well fixed baskets and hear some and what good preaching and singing. know about Swamp-Roit has done for me. I was down and Miss Lillie Chappel is visiting her out and had to quit work in 1906. I brother, Robert Chappel at Brod-heaweighed 135 pounds. The doctor only said I had Kidney trouble in the worst Mrs. Dora Stulls and children visform, and my liver was out of order: ited her mother, Mrs. Polly Chappel. and I had Rheumatism so badly I Mrs. M. J. Broughton visited relacould not get around. One day I tives at Danville recently. nicked up an almanac and saw your Jim Brown antl Andy Anderson advertisement, and it fit my case ex bought of J. L. Anderson, some hogs actly. 1 got n bottle and at seven and one-hacents. 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 You Here's and I was a well man; my weight increased until I weigh 219 pounds. I am (55 years old and I am feeling fine Tbe People's Marlrct riace Adverand work every day. I have three men tise What Ynu Have to Sell who knew mo when 1 nnd to quit work in the Mill in 190G, and who will make POSTED. John Heriog. atndavit to my present health. If you want to use tho above state Graduating Presents at Mueller's ments as my testimonial, you have Jewelry Store, Stanford. my consent. Yours very truly, W. T. GRAVES, alios oi me aaginaw mane, me Anderson, Indiana. best made, for sale by J. L. lienzley Personally iitiricarcl 'lefore me. tins and Co. 38-- 3 1th day of February. 191-t- . W. P. Graves, who subscribed the above Ten young cows with calves by statement and made oath that the side. R. F. D. same is true in substance and in fact. No. 2.Josh Jones, Stanford, 388tf. ROBERT E. BRAGDON, Notary Public. LOST on the streets of Stanford My commission expires Jan. 8th, county court day, a black ribbon 1917. watch fob with gold buckle. Leave at 42-- 1 p this office. I Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y, FOR SALE Eli Hay press in first class condition. Will sell reasonable. Prove What Swamp-Roo- t Will Do Address Albert Schuler, Waynesburg, 41-For You R. F. D. No. 1. Send ten cqnts to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. for n sample GENUINE Germnn Millet Seed for size bottle. It will convince anyone. Mile by the Junction City Lumber You will alo receive n booklet of Co., (Incorporated), of Junction City, 37-valuable information, telling about Ky. the, kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure nnd mention the Stans, TRUSTEES who want a ford Interior Journal. Regular fifty experienced teacher should cent and size bottles for Young h( fihone Miss Fannie Waynesburg, II. 40-sale at all drug stores. write her at give referenco if F. D. No. 1. Will 38-wanted. A Real Kidney Medicine -- It appears to us that the Dunnville people ought to be happy. It is said that squirrels are as plentiful in the woods there about, as snow birds on a wintry day. One man is said to have killed 5 at one hunt. A terrific rain and hail storm pass ed over this section early Sunday morning doing much damage to crops, gardens, etc. Onions, beans and other garden crops were beaten into jelly and washed away. Brunches and other small streams were swelled into rivers and fencing standing in their wake were carried away. The water from the hillside west of Yose-mit- e came down nnd filled the streets of that town to a depth of at least two feet. Albert Pike's barn, on the hill cast of Yosemite, was blown down. Plowed land suffered greatly and in some instnnccs corn fields were completely ruined. The storm came near nutting the Sunday Schools out of business here Sunday morning. There were only 58 present at the Baptist church and some of them, were not regular at tendants. Mrs. W. T. Jasper. Miss Ruby Lee Fogle, and Messrs. O. R. and Alfred Luster took the teachers examina tion at Liberty Friday and Saturday. Rev. J W. Beagle will take charge of the pastorate, by preaching at the Uaptist church on the second bunuay in June. The members are very anxicus for the time to arrive. We had occasion Inst week to spend a day with Mr. and Mrs. Smith T. Powell, near Hustonville, that we enjoyed greatly. Mr. Powell was a stranger to us, tho' he was not long in jiursuading us that he is a born gentleman. Mrs. Powell, who was Miss Lillie T. Wells, before marriage, has lost none of her kindly disposition that has characterized They have two her since childhood. bright little boys, whom they are endeavoring to bring up right and their home appears to be altogether a happy one. Mr. Powell is raiser of fine horses and has two colts, one by AN mont Dare, his famous stallion, and the other by All Pcavinc, that are real beauties; in fact, as nearly perfect as it is possible to make them. ly McROBERTS & BAILEY MAIN STREET rioofnPOQ P)- - STANFORD, KENTUCKY FOR THE TIRED, RUNDOWN AND OVERWORKED PERSON Cannot ,.--- Rfl Cured l H'lkitli'lj.. Xttf rionot rrarb tta. iriu.n or inp r.r lurrr u, t'nij iu- tocutr ijrrmruir.. ilrafnr... ami tbat -! tj cwialltnlltin- i utu,i.vi ai EaaiacMan Incil tn....Mi Ilnlns tf Ibe mn.lltlon f tfcr mu-iWben IMs tut la tollaimd you hate a TuN b rnrnbllDff aounj cr lonrf.ct tearloe, anil Clnard llrafli.ta la ttir malt aixl It I. rnllrrlr tinlria lb- Infliramallon can W taim oat and tbla toU- rratcrrtl to It normal coiidltkio, o.a will ! ltrvjrl fnfMrr. nine cawa wit f trn arr rtuvd tr Catarrh, which la notblnc hut f tbe mnciiua nrfarra. an Inflimril condition It, will site one llnnilrcl Iwllara tM anj of Iarnoi cauw,I vr caiarrn, inai nnnni iw cured r Haifa Catarrh Cure. Snd U cltct tara. free. V i. rllENHY K CO., Toicdo, O. 7.V. F.ld t7 Take HarTs l'lmllj l'llla for rctstlnttiva. There nre certain times of the year when everyone ii more or less put out of condition nnd we recommend REXALL cf !ruclt. CELERY AND IRON TONIC This invaluable nerve builder will nld in restoring nil the organs of the body to a healthy state, toning up antl invigorating the system, and giving new energy to the spirits. Will not the stomach. Your money back if not satisfied. $1.00 tha Bottle. Sold Only By Us while. Mrs. Maggie Johnson and children visited Mrs. J. W. Dishon Friday. Mr. Elgie Manuel of Cedar Creek, CHAPPEL CAPP. Farmers are rejoicing over the good rains that fell recently. Sunday-schois progressing nice- ly at both churches Mt. Olive and Ephesus. attendance every Sunday. Bro. Livingston filled his regular appointment at Mt. Zion Sunday. Mrs. Bertha Myers and handsome children, of Wilmore, visited Mr. J. W. Dishon and family. Miss Annie Dlshon nccompanied her home. Martha Bell and Nona Dishon were the guests otf Annie Oria Anderson Sunday night. Mrs. Mnhalle Anderson visited her daughter, Mrs. Bell Denson Sunday. Mrs. Maud Denson died at the home of her father, Mr. Dave Elder, in Pulaski county, after a lingering illness of fifteen months. Mr. George Nocks is at home for a , Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, THE REXALL STORE THE MOST Ky. ATTRACTIVE LINE OF SILKS, CREPES, CREPE DECHENE, SILK AND WOOL POPLINS. IN CRAB SHOES AND OXFORDS, SILK HOSE EVER SHOWN COME TO SEE FOR YOURSELF, i t ORCHARD. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. ' I visited night. Arch Anderson Saturday ' W. D. Anderson visited his brother Always T.D. NEWLAND Opposite the Court-House, ot Wants to aSell You a W. J. Oliver Plow. A Plow that is O. K. Also Your Good Fresh Garden Seed. one-doll- lf What Want Go To Farris' For Your ; Garden Tools and Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right. UNION SUITS. B. V. D. and Porosknit For Men 8. and Boys. W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard Kentucky first-clas- one-doll- 5 INSURE Your Property in the Best of Fruits of Various Kinds. Call and Gr HARRY JACOBS Manufacturers and Dealers in High - Class Monuments. Original Designs and l'romnt Service Guaranteed Quality Connections at all Uranito and Marble Quarries. Office and Works on Cemetery Hill. Closed on Saturdays phone 164 i t Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with SALIN & SMITH, Agents I WILL break your horses to rldo and drive, also guit them when so desired. Terms reasonable and good care given to them. Address Thos. 41-- 3 Hockley, Stanford, Ky. I am now il to make trina anvwhero. iluv or night, rates reasonable. Give me a trial. J as, Trlbble. Phone 133. pre-n.irp- J. C. M'CIary ry'T-yr- i J. L. Beazley & Co.. AUTO LIVERY S UNDERTAKER MALJ bMSimSMfiMtSmlf feJNpJA ty U 41-- 4 " xM23 . E. B. Campbell, Stanford. A. S. PRICE Office DENTIST Store AND EMBALMED Fui Stanford, Kentucky STANFORD KENTUCKY Hours, C to 4 o'clocli Over Shugar't Drug Office Phone J 67, Hstne Phsne 25 KENTUCKY PTF0R0. Zn AND EMBALMEft ..fatting, Runs. Furni ture LxUiari;ed for all Klnih Of Stock. 42 STANFORD. KY. PHONE "t&taSLZStlrtW 9. - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, May 25, 1915 Look at Me I am Well. . Heard About Town ally omitted. The publishers regret the omission far more than docs the accomplished young lady and her friends. In the list of graduates published Friday's I. J., tne name of Miss Mnry Moore nancv was unintention In a ' HAVE YOU A BANK ACCOUNT ????? I eye lids were and thick all red nearly were time. "I cannot say too much for reruns. It has entirely cured me of my trouble. My My eyes especially rensltlvo to light Catarrh was my I had trouble. the! i If not, do you exprcl to go through life without one? Improve your financial condition. Make money tare it. Depoiit it In had my eyes treated and Arthur C. Coffey has sold his big t car to Col. J. ii. Wll lis, of Crab Orchard Springs. Col Wll- will use it in his trips back to nil lis old home nt Richmond, and for the transportation of his guests nt the springs to nnd from the depot nt Crab Orchard. Wnrren-Detr- o the .. Gran .Ionc, a well known democratic worker nnd all round good fellow of the Ruck Crcs section, was in Mrs. Klizn Coffey has returned town Monday having been summoned home after n visit to relatives and on the jury. His nnme was not called friends nt Grnnd Rapids, Mich. however, nnd he was glail to get to Miss Willie Wilkinson, of Lancaster go home and attend to his fnrming where it will earn you Interett and is the guest of her cousin, Miss Ger- without having to do jury service ecure you a living when you are old trude Wlkinson. just now. Mr. and Mrs. J. Fox Duddernr went and too infirm to work. i I t I I to Danville today to attend the ConSenior Clatt Entertained. clave. Prof. Wilson gave a delightful en John Owsley Rcid nnd wife left tertainment to the Senior class on this afternoon to spend several weeks Friday evening at the residence of nt Dry Ridge. Mr. Owsley is troubled ur. v Isnnnon. boon after the arrival with rheumatism. of the guests Miss Gastincau, who in entertaining announced a The following from here attended the dance at Elixir Springs last Sat- tournament between Harvard and urday evening: James Cooper, Har- Yrde. Miss Kurch was captain of the vey Wilkinson, Ed Krady, Francis Harvard team and Miss Maymc Sin Wentherford, Ewalt Givcns, Koney gleton of the Yale team. An equal number of Seniors were chosen on Miss Isabella Tompkins, of Walton, McKechnie nnd others. ench side and the event began. The DYER, TENN., MAN hus been the attractive guest of Mr. first was a two hundred yard dash in MORELAND. and Mrs. Tom Pence. which the the SUFFERED 40 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Turner Carpenter, of A large number from this pi: ce ject was tocaptains contested room ob hop across the on the West Knd, nre rejoicing over the attended the High School Commence- one foot nnd carry a cup level full of J. T. Cfttlenun Flndt Hepe Fulfilled arrival of a handsome little son. ment at Hustonville last week, Miss water without spilling any. After the Rowan Sauflcy went to Kstill coun- Minelle Elizabeth Pruitt being one of tournament, the wolc party went over After Patting Threescore Yean. ty today to look after some revenue the graduates. The xerci?es were to Mrs. Hunn's boarding house for business. excellently rendered. Everything was luncheon nnd enjoyed a delightful J. T. Cnitlcman of Dyer, Tcnn., Dr. W. N. Craig is nt Mt. Vernon enjoyed, especially the class address salad course and ices. An original ruHcrtd from ttomnch derangements today consulting with the druggists given by Dr. Calhoun, of Transylva- and very unique set of questions to for forty years, taking all nrts of and doctors about narcotics. nia University. The many presents be answered with the names of the medicine, .'oilonlng all kinds of medSeniors were given to the guests nnd Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Clark, of this nnd (lowers showed the popularity of afforded much pleasure. The organi ical advice. city, are today helping his mother, the graduates. In all ttio forty year, ho raid, ho Rev. Gabbart rilled his appointment zation of an Alumni Association of of Millcrburg, celnever had n real good day until he Mrs. K. P. Clatk,birthday. at the Christian church last Sunday S. II. S. were discussed. Those pres ebrate her 75th ent were Misses Anne D. McRoberts, tried Muyr'n V.'onderful Itemed?. Then morning and evening. Misses Ibdle Cowan .mil Ruth Dye nomcthlng. Let his lit he dli'ovf-roThe Woman's Missionary meeting Mary Moore Ranoy, Sallie M. Craig, returned to their home at Middleburg, wns held nt the Methodist church last Marv S. Cook. Verna Kout, .Mayme Ittcr nil nbout "The first dose of Mayr'a Wonderful after a visit to Mrs. John Wesley. Sunday afternoon. Miss Durham of Singleton, Maggie and Kittie Jones, i.nedy cauiod call stones to pass Somerset Lender. Danville gave a report of the Little Kllcn Mac Holtzclaw, Kate Lynn n Mr. anil Mrs. J. W Tnylor and from ire. I am feeling much better Rock Conference which wns recently Wood, Kessie Moore, Gertrude Wilspent Sunday in Lancaster, the held. Mrs. Arnold, than I have eer before. I nm 64 of Danville, kinson, Rettie Warren, Messrs. Clinguests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. gave a splendid tnlk on "What Does ton Coleman, Harry Tanner, Royce yetus old and 1 had never beforo i.M. Lyon. eke whole pood day. the Women's Missionary Society Hunn, Harvey Wilkinson and Missc FOR SALE. 50,000 sweet potato g bsther Hurch and .Mary tariy. "I would not kIvo tho one. bottle Miss Nancy Hubble, of McKinney, Mean?" The talks were very plants Southern Queens 20c; Brazilyou tnt me for nil the drugs and doc-tc- arrived Tuesday to be the guest of and inspiring. The society at W. S. Wigham, Bach Club Recital. ian 25c per 100. j.Miss Clarke Hardgrove. medicine that Is made." Somerset this place had a splendid report One of the mot enjoyable musicals Moreland. which showed that it is doing great Leader. Mayr'e Wonderful Remedy elves f that has ever been given in Stanford at retults for stomach, liver and Mrs. W. It. Denham, who is visit- work. An Evening With the Little Folks. The carpenters and painters are was that by the Kach Club last even Inlcrtlnal ailments Eat as much and ing here from Oklahoma City, went The Junior Recital by the Music vhativir you like No more distress up to London Monday to visit her very busy nt the present in this city. ing. The program opened with an ad(i!t r ratine, pressure of pas In tho .son, Claude Ilibb and family. Mr. K. A. King is having his house dress by the I'resinent, Miss Sallie nnd Expression Departments of Stan recently bought Mills Craig. In her very able manner ford Graded School, given Saturday Momach and nrourd the heart (let one Mrs. It. R. Gentry, of Frankfort, remodeled which heMr. Wm. of your druggist now and try It Neal is he gave a brief synopsis of the prof evening. .May ja, was most enjoyable of James Minks. on an absolute Kunrnntee If not satis- spent several days wltJi her father, also having some work done on his itable work done by the members, as and greatly appreciated, as was shown .ur. james wuiiuornr, ami me uwens home on the Hustonville pike. Mr. well as the social side they have en by the crowded house and almost per factory money will be returned. family in the McKinney section. joyed, such as tennis parties, lawn fect order throughout the perform Wm. Kurgin is having a five-rooMiss Martha Hommel has arrived cottage erected on Elm street. Munn parties, luncheons, etc. the members ance. Unc oi the most striKing Personal and Social home from Tcnn., to and Coffey nre having their store of this club are Seniors this year, so "The Song Bird's Lesson," was spend the vacation with her mother, warehouses painted. with this program ends the life of the first on the program. In it appeared, the First, Second, Third and Fourth Alfred Pence wns at Cnmpbcllsvillo Mrs. Mary Hommel. Advocate. Messrs. Ernest L. Ford, Walter Bach Club. The ensemble music given by Miss- grades, numbering about one hundred Mrs. Frank Lee and little son, lirynn Mo.-e- r and Bowman Myers of on business Friday nntl Saturday. Mrs. Karl Withers is assisting in Frank Welch, of Middlesboro, nre the Trnnyslvanm University, came down es Early, Craig, Cook, Raney and and fifty children. One almost fancied guests of Mrs. Mary Owsley and J. last week to spend a few days with Singleton was well rendered, showing himself roving in the woods listening Severance & Son's Store this week. home folks and attend the Commence- unusual ability for High School girls to the warble of the feathered song Mrs. J. K. lluck, of Gilbert's Creek, Welch Rochester. in their knowledge of musical under- sters, so good were the imitations of Mrs. John Shanks, of Columbus, ment at Hustonville last week. is the guct of her mother, Mrs. Mat-ti- e the birds' song. Of "The Jumping Gn is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Miss Rachel Lyons returned home standing. Net ius. Miss Slary Moore Tlaney gave a Jack," it need only be said, they were It. Cook and Miss Mary Shep- last Saturday. She has been teaching Lynn have moved into the Lelia Cook. Mr. J. C. piano selection by Wollenhaupt. Her "on to their job and perfectly nat- at Kurnside. house of Mrs. Sallic Johnson on Knit herd of tnts piece was a ural In the comedy "Ihe Kigmaree, Mr. and .Mrs. J. O. McAlistcr and interpretation Jack Ijiwrence, who is holding Main street. down n trick in the depot nt Row- pretty daughter, Mary Addie, and Mr. thorough test that she will be an un- - .the frightful beast seemed so real that Mrs. the acJ land, was taken ill last night nad went Robert Hughes, of Lexington, were isual success in her chosen profession some of the little ones screamed aloud Martha Guincs, widow of Mr. B. W, Gaines, lit thought 'to Mt. Vernon, his old home to recu- - the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. K. B. Mrs. D. S. Bromley, a graduate in from fear. Would we had space to noto be a little better this morning. 'perate. violin from the Conservatory of Lcip-si- tice In detail each number on the proKing last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Coffey are Germany, played the "Legende," gram, the beautiful and "Grandpa" Vandcvecr, of Harrods- Miss Sallic Klkin, of Lancaster, bpending n vvejk with relatives In took the train here Sunday to visit butg, is the guest of his daughter, by Wienienski and "Canzonetta" by ed iano selections evidencing careful painstaking efforts on the part U....1 Iloyle. fn XJlullilcjr nl. .... 'her brother. Dr. W. S. Klkin in At- Mrs. K. P. Shcwmnker. liviucil. .illSt T).nMl... umujo A and Messrs. W. H. Overstrcet nntl Ste- lanta, Ga. She wos brought here by Mrs. Henry Snyder, of Somerset, is ceives a hearty applause from a Stan- of the instructor and real good honest phenson Dozicr are spending few Capt. T. A. Klkin and Carlton Elkin. visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Singleton. ford audience as they appreciate the work, done by the youthful performOne specially noticedays in Louisville. Nad inc. Virgil and Finley Thomp Mr. Wm. Peavyhouse, of Jackson. rare talent that is in their midst. Her ers themselves. able and pleasing feature about the Mrs. R. It. Gentry, of Frankfort, is son, children of Slmcmi Thompson, wns at home for a short visit to his selections were very much enjoyed. readings, enuciation was nt the bedside of her uncle, Mr. Watt , whose wife died a montn or so ago, parents at Hustonville. The Bach Club also invited four so perfect was that thewas no difficulthat there Duddcrnr, who remains quite ill. .Misses Christine nnd trances Col- - students from the College of Music of were taken to the Methodist Home in hearing every word. One little Mrs. J. L. McKce Riffe has return- .Louisville Saturday ufternorn. fey, of Danville, are the guests of Cincinnati to assist on their program. ty in whose trials, difficulties, aches ed home after a visit to relatives and Cadets lirynn, Walton and Foster, their grandmother, Mrs. Katherine These were Misses Lissa Holtsclaw, reader, so great and varied friends in Cincinnati. pianist, Catherine Gregory and Eliza- and pains were them, he howled and who have beer, at Mlllersburg Milita- Coffey. as he told Mrs. W. T. West, of Lancaster, has ry Institute for the past year, will nr- Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dinwiddie are beth Higgins, vocalists, and Mr. Har- that cried as though his heart were been the guest of Mrs. W. 1J. O'lJan-no- irivc Wednesday night for their vnca-'tio- visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. A. K. C. Din- ry Reinhart, pianist and reader. breaking, yet not a word was lost and Miss Holtzclaw played "Valse Ca- he succeeded admirably in making his widdie at Junction City. E. C. Jordan has returned home af A very interesting base ball game price," by Cyril Scott, a beautiful Mrs. W. J. Sparks and daughter, to his audience. Nothing ter spending a week or more at Klixir iMUs Frances, nre spending a few days was played here Saturday nftcrnoop smooth flowing waltz, well executed woes known been prettier than "The could have hes was greatly Springs, where 'in Lexington and will return by the between Moreland and Middleburg. by the player. Paper Dollies," particularly after Miss Gregory, who has a high so they became animated. "The Irish way of Louisville, where they will be The score stood 11 to 12 in favor of prano voice, sang an Aria by Meyer Washerwoman" made us glad that our Joined by Miss llessie and Martha. Middleburg. I Mr. John Sandidge nnd son, Dunn, beer, "The Grey Dove," by Saar, needs along that line can be delegated Mrs. W. K. Hell and Miss Gertrude jCundiff, of Liberty, who have been Mrs. Ray Carpenter nnd Mrs. Rose "Will O'the Wisp," by Spross. She to others. The public certainly is 'spending a part of the week with Mrs. Carpenter nnd little daughter, of sings with much ease and has a very greatly indebted to Misses Ellen Bal-lo- u Mollie Durham and family, at Sparks JIustonville, took the trains at this pleasing stage appearance. Her voice and Esther Burch for a perfect Quarry, are with Mr. and Mrs. Fred place Monday for New Castle, Ind., is clear and full, showing the results evening with the childien. L. Durham for a week. Mt. Vernon where they will make an extended vis- of excellent training. "A dreary place wou'd be this eurth, it with relatives and friends. Signal. Miss Elizabeth Higgtns sang as her Were the-no little people in ... Rev. Luther Young, of Lexington, first number a selection from Wag- The song of life would lose it mirth, The delegates hero to the C, W. II. stopped for a short while with hi3 ner's Lehengrin. "Elsa's Dream." Were there no children to begin it." romvi Declares Lydia E. Pinkham's M. From tion la.t veek were. : lliistonville! Miss Angie Car college chum, Walter Moer last Sut- - Later she sang two beautiful songs Vegetable Compound pouter. Rev. A. II. Itaugh, Mi- - Anna uiduy, en route to his church at Gum that showed her voice to have gained Eld. J. G. Livingston will preach Floyd, Mrs. It. L. Kerry. Miss Kiln Lick. much in development. Her legion of (at King's Mountain at 11 o'clock on Saved Her Life Rigney, Mrs. Sarah Hack, Mrs. Km- Miss Sadie Kaughman will leave in friends are all greatly gratified on the i Sunday morning, mett McCormack, Mrs. Sarah Hurt, ii short time for an extended visit to unusual development in her voice and Sanity. .Miss Fannie Kishop, Mrs. Will Riffe, relatives and friends in Missouri nnd during her stay at the College ofiPitUburc Release Howard Camnitz. o Mrs. Music nnd our school and town are The Lexington Leader prints a Shamrock, Mo. "I feel It my duty Mrs. Jesse Caipenter, Mocker, June other western points. Mocker, Miss Helen Miss be congratulated that her services (patch from Pittsburg, Pp.. telling of to tell the public tho condition of my Kathcrine Warriner, Mrs. George release of Howard Camnitz, for-li- e as n voice tencher nnd teacher of Pub-'th- e using Tucker. Mrs. Wm. Myers, Airs. Klizu-het- h health School Music have been secured Imerly of Hustonville, by the Pittsburg A CONFESSION vour medicine, lhad 'Federal League te:m, and then gives Murphy, Mrs. Mnttie .McCorfor the coming year. falling, inflamma- mack, Mrs. J. A. Hammonds, Miss Mr. Reinhart pleased his audience a nisiory u nc uiwp oau career tion and congestion, North, Mrs. Stanley Stephenson, Miss plaer in his dav much by his readings ns well as this, the female weakness, May North, Mrs. Jcciah Ki.ihop. Hopes Her Statement, Made Public, his piano numbers. He gave two read- -' probably that Lincoln county has ever pains in both sides, Howard Camnitz, pitcher, was From Lancaster: Miss Kessie Praings, one being "That Old Sweet backaches and bear- ttler, Mrs. W. A. Arnold, .Miss Sallie Heart of Mine," by Riley, which was notified by the mangement of the will Help Other Women. -F TfAA ing down pains, was Klkin, Mrs. J. A. Amnion, Mrs. J. K. well interpreted, also three piano j ttsburg Federal League Saturday, " short of memory, Kluiinird, Mrs. J. W. Klmore, Mrs. V. by Stniuss. he was unconditionally released. numbers. "Reverie" by Phillips, and "Arabesque," ,''?'? contract contained a clause nervous, impatient, A. Lear, Mrs. Owsley, Mrs. L. G. DaMines, Ala. "I must confess", says passed sleepless vidson, Mrs. Sallic I.awon, Mrs. Geo. Mrs. Hula Mae Kcid, of this place, "thai by Mnc Dowell. This young man has which allowed the club to release him ten days notice, Mrs. F. M. nights, and had Robinson, Rev. andMrs. Rozella Tinder, Cardui, Ihe woman's tonic, has done rr.e talent and great interest is taken in ' n II,,wri1 Cnmmtx is a brother of laf'V'. I neither strength nor Mrs. J. It. Mount, Dunn, 3 great deal of good. the bright future before him. Miss Raney doervca special men- - Iar.ry ,Cum"lt.z who pitched for the Before 1 commenced using Cardui. I energy. There was always a fear and Mr. and .Mrs. G. M. Lyons, Mrs. K. F.Robinson. Mrs. W. S. Kmhry. Miss Al- would spit up everything I ate. 1 had a tion for her untiring faithfulness. She ,Lleln?,tI,n ?olt8rin, Jballl8t Jc?rn f dread In my mind, I had cold, nervous, lie Yantis, Mrs. Kruco Lnwson, Mrs. tired, sleepy feeling all tne time, and was was accompanist for all the soloists,' ,hne, . nf weak spoils, hot flashes over my body. ' I couhl hardly drag around, A. Price. Mrs. L. showing this I had a placu in my right side that was A. Wnre. Mrs. W. Johnson, Mrs. W. N. Irregular. have severe headaches con- ...m,.!, .i..D .... skill.., she is acquiring. home was at Hustonville,Sei olVt' . Miller, Mrs. Lula T. and would so sore thut I could hardly bear the Wcfct. Mrs. Jake '"'l receivcU his education ill books il Vl " Mrs. J. R. tinuously. b weight of my clothes. I tried medicines Maselden, Mrs. S. Robinson. ihl ? w7. hMi'Sfn..f is "d t Central University, II. Anderson. Since taking Ordu ' have entirely hers ,u h and doctors, but Uiey did me little good, th t oil u . Everything no other town In the state can boast from Richmond: Mr. J. W. Arnold. quit spitting up what I 'Southern triu that 10 vetcraii Billy and I never expected to get out again. Mrs. W. L. Arnold. Mrs. Green K. seems to digest all i i, and 1 have of such a Mich toned recital given by d him hj8 1 got Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Turley, Mr. E. H Karnes, Mrs. auw him worJohn gained 10 pounds in Wi .,ht." local talent, which Is all due to the r.unu jjrst cnc0 to hi ' :nto tho grine Compound and Wood Purifier, and I cer- W. Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Cobb, II ycu are a victim of any of the numeriiiuueui-- hi .uish .iuhuu. buuiik 'After bui'uh r minors in nt tainly would havo been in grave or in an Mrs. John Terry, Mrs. McGay. ous ills &o common to your sex, it is Na T TTl . .. 'South, lit .......u ho Pittsburg .,., m, asylum if your medicines had not saved From Danville: Mrs. A. G. T. wrong to sutler. mo trial oi Mrs. reavier. oiu.. i.. ...,. me. Hut now I can work all day, sleep Smith, Mrs. II. L. Marriott, Mrs. M. Tor halt a century, Cardui hss been re- cer county, charged with tho killing '..., v,,.. i iiwm a ,. well at night, eat anything I want, have S. Walden. Mrs. F. K. Tribble. Mrs. lieving just such ills, as is proven by the cf her husband, and whose bond was ure(1 with variei, fortunes, including thousands of letters, similar to the above, no hot flushes or weak, nervous sclls. William .McAfee. -""", "k,t'"n of ll,e Mercer, K1Je h'u to the old outlaw O. lb P. Lea-- : which pcur into our office, year by year. Wilmoro: Mr. and Mrs. A. Reed. All pains, uches, fears and dreads are fo.f filia,y brought up with the McCormuck's: Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Csrdui is f ticcessful because it is com- Circuit Court in July. gone, my house, children and husband Pittsfcds and has pitched for thein posed of ingredients which act specifically ore no longer neglected, as I am almost Carter. several times this season. Turiiersville: Miss Gabie Ilradshaw. on the womanly constitution, and helps entirely free, of the bad symptoms I had If You build the weakened organs back to health Miss Kessie Hill. Mrs. J. N. Cash. before taking your remedies, and all U Dauch McKinney. oro troubled with lioarthnrn, cases nnd Lexington: Mrs Louise Campbell. and strength. pleasure and happiness In my home." Miss Cora UAugh, a popular yountf jtim; taKoa helped others, and will helo 'a distressed feeling rift, Cardui has Moreland: Miss Lucile Dinwiddie. woman of that section of Lincoln Mrs. Josib IUm, It. F. D. 1, L'ox. 22, s ) !" ,. you, too. Get a bottle today. You Somerset: Mrs. H, S.Caxby. bordering on Pulaski near Eubanks, Shamrock, Missouri. won t regret it. Your druggist sells it. Keren: Mrs. Gilbert. J. W. Herndon I auibh was married Saturday to Walter Mc- WWaaaM yoiiAvnntspeclnlndvIcoAvrlte Mrs. Joe Gilbert. If Klnney, of the same neighborhood. llcln Co., UJln' ll'rie (o Clutunoot Lyrilti JC.lMiiklinin Metllclno Co., Mt Moriaht V. T. Mulling. D. R, Italy Prpl., ChMUnuuki. MItr.iiM (or Sieaal A - beforo and uf tcr cacftmcr.l and you will 'Tho Inobtaiupruaiptnlitf.Soldoulybyiu.'JOo Ktoom la uu industrious young on your ctt anj book. "HonAdams, (couiidoutlal) Lyuu, Mush. tUu.lwnt lor YVusm," unl la pUlaMpp 'farmer. Penny's Drug Store. FIRSTNATIOlAL BANK nothing seemed to help me until I tried 1'eninn. I always ute Peruna when my fa frilly need It. Always find It very good; It helps wonderfully. Tou can use my testimonial nnywhere you with to.'"So says Mrs. C. Skehan, No. (14 8. Leavltt St. Chicago, Ills. a great deal of medicine, but took Will Severance, Albert Severance, II. .1. Mcltoberts nnd J. Cnrroll Shanks, accompanied Mr. Will Severance to Lancaster Monday afternoon to hear Hon. A. Owsley Stanley spenk. Mrs. Will Severance is n close relative of Mr. Stnnley nnd Mrs. Shanks is related to him by murriagc. Mcsdamcs M. & mtflrlmD944LK?vv8LLHVLLLLHLl.LLLLH xyiS!nSflflHMi9EEaLCEiLFVLLLVIV9aLLLLH d I f i ITS, al 1 I M4nrraM'TTM-- ' M H I Ur ' aTaaaaa THE HUB Welcomes All ed Pushin Bros. Dept. Store, Danville y Knights, Friends and Ladies to make their store and conveniences your headquarters while in our city Our entire store and organization are at your service t ROWLAND. BEECH GROVE. Miss Shirley Mahan, of Lancaster, is the pleasant guest of Miss Jennie l I chil-Ulrc- al-,- intcr-e.stin- r' rcr-man- I m lea-tur- es g, well-exec- If I n. n. REMARKABLE Mrs. Edd Stevens and little son left Frifday night for an extended visit to relatives at Packard and Williamsburg. to her sister-in-laMs. Patience Mr. and Mrs. Orcn Lovins spent Prichett. Sunday with his parents, near Prcach-ersvill- e. Mrs. Surgeon Martin and little son, Charles Richard, of t;anville, are the Mr. J. D. Mahan and son, Marguests of relatives here. shall spent Friday night with Mr. and Mr. Lyman Pence has returned to Mrs. Walter Smith. Miss Sidney Hoskins has returned his home at Middletown, Ohio, after a three weeks' visit with relatives here home after spending several weeks in Louisville. and at Junction. Bob Lane of Bloomington, Ind., Thomas Adams was the guest of has returned home to his mother. Alfred James at Crab Orchard Walter Smith is doing some paintHays, Mrs. Liz ing in Lancaster this week. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Will Bartels are zie Jennings and daughter, Miss Rox-i- e Jennings motored to Lexington spending a few days with Mr. and Saturday and were the guests of Mrs. Mrs. August Bartels. Mrs. Nannie Smith and daughters, Dave Collier and also were the guests Misses Jennie and J oil and Miss Shirof Mrs. P. L. Cummins at Paris. Miss Mayme Southerlnnd Wade, of ley nnd Mr. Edd Stevens spent the Corbin, has returned to her home af- day at Maywood Sunday with Mrs. ter a visit to her sisters, Mrs. Edd. W. M. Watkins. Mrs. James Shaw remains about the Smith and Miss Myrtle Southerland. Mrs. Harriett Michem, of Danville, same. J. F. McGinnis' store seems to be is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. G. the center of attraction for the girls W. Goodrich. Mi Katheiiue Lund, uf Coibin, of thi community. Logan Stephenson, of Maywood, is has been the guest of friends here. Jesse Martin and William Carmney a Sunday caller in this community. J. M. Oweiis and John Riddle, of visited friends nt Brodhead Sunday. Miss Koxie Jennings and Miss Alma Brodhead, spent Sunday with Mr. and Land are the guests of Mrs. A. M. Mrs. Walter Smith. irammell at Corbin. D. L. Carter, of Rockcastle, was acZan and Ephram Murphy, of Shel by City, have been the guests of their quitted at Pineville last week for killing a negro more than 20 years brother, Ollie Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. Will Perkins motored ago. to High Bridge Sunday and spent the day. Mr. and Mrs. Lucien Gordon, of When Motoring to Parksville, have been the recent guests of Mrs. Will Perkins. V ill Perkins sold a horse to Shirley Holtzclaw of Gilbert's Creek, for Stop At The Miss Belle Michem has returned home after spending the winter with her sister, Mrs. Alfred Coulter at Danville. Mrs. Mollie Wallace and daughter, Marietta have returned to their home at Stanford after a two weeks' visit Smith. r it t ....DANVILLE.... $100. CASE of Mrs. HAH e Rankin Hutchinson. Sherman Hutchinson, of Frazier and Miss Leila Rankin, of Rankin, eloped to Tennessee and were married The groom is a son of Mr. Elizah Hutchinson, and is n splendid young fnrmer. The bride i n daughter of Mr. L. A. Rankin, and is a most charming young lady. Wayne County Outlook Shop Perfect. And Refresh Yourself in our Soda Parlor. SHOP PERFECT (Incorporated) DANVILLE, - - KY. ,ESEei I di-t- iys: Cam-Puck- CURES Cholera, Gapes. Limberneck, Roup. Canker, Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry for )rcn aJ think tt tLf Usf MksKibe ttryuU Btftktown, Ky.. uyi: "1 Hm uw4 R3p poultry traJy mcU, curat gftptttndjtmlrnk wtihoutltJ. R 1 Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- -44 "clrrr 1 1 dioppcj dmn the UN 4 1 f pi'" 'Oam drop of Reap WiUCuunri. UtrtUkmn, Ky ,Myii chUkca Llli the worm tad rehnct lh chick t osUfttly. Ili i the pi vcnbvl cm utJ," . RobL Crume, Bardstown, Ky. Price SCc at all Druglstf. Mfg. Hi dCurtttdbyJ. bl ht I?.uT"fl.IU,l0S,t, OLD DY PENNY'S DRUG STORE, STANFORD, KY. 1 .iier-'.i....- - Roots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded according1 to the Original & Exclusive Formulas & llecipea of Charlio 'White-MooTho Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed iu the Biblo. Tboucands of Testimonials. the n Great Body-ToniSCIENCE SOPE, for the Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write n, c. Uu-ma- ,. ', iu '""'"' .. Lt. "., u I CHARLIE WHITE MOON Ike CnUj Bonliit OMaiNiroH or WMTtUtU CKtTUII ItOlll l.'MtDKS tcituce sore Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N J- -i a West Broadway LoulsviHe, Kentucky t4-r- fi as' .. i j - . - k 1 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, May 25, 1915 THREE MEN HAVE CLOSE CALL In Dangerous Automobile Accident In Lancaster Last Wee). x nK' Spot Cash-So- ur year-rounfire-gallo- Cream Thai Is trhai a lot of people tell "I Don't Fee! Good" Usually their bowels only need cleansing. a.' 1 RAIN TICKLES THE FARMERS And All Were Rejoicing at Lancaster Court Politician! Busy d cream market. The cheap ship, You have open to you it n can, 41c for an eight and 44c ping rate of 30c for it for a ten gallon can la the L & N., gives you an opportunity to (hip to and make you feel fine. Wo know this positively. Tako one tonight. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Pinny' Drug 3 tor. will do the trick Tri-Sta- te Butter Company Farm and Stock News T. Duddernr foIJ to R. C. Arnold n bunch of hoes nt even cents. Joe Tnrkfnton, west of town, sold to T. W. Jones, 27 hops nvornRinK If) 7 pounds nt seven cents n pound. John Lutes bought on Rolling Fork in Casey county a lot of lambs nt seven cents nnd n buch ewes tit $4. Walter Spoonnmorc, sold n nice horse to n Mr. Reynolds of NicholasvIIIe for $70. Florence M. Yowcll, of the West four-year-o- J RESPONSIBLE, SAFE and PERMANENT Creamery with more than 8,000 cream shippers. Every shipment It paid for Snot Cmh and guaranteed against lots or damage In transit. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE CANS, WRITE FOR FREE TRIAL CANS. SHIP OR WRITE TODAY. Capital Stock $75,000. Capital Stock $75,000 .vMifck BartM THE SIGN OF SAFETY FIRST. RESPONSIBLE. SAFE. PERMANENT. &i 1W rgi !ttS? i 'ii7 V?Ui' 3t . M ni:-:,- w xeiitjjLiu i What 7 i V avsaBflammmmmmmea mLwmimWi est- W---. How do you feivtcL it ou ut JSsLlimljM ' lightfully WJL.YBaW'("et liuit ; J453 ;vaab' .Water! cold.'' n' Delicious cooler of the sparkling water from the 'built-iAUTOMATIC REFRIGERATOR No dust, impurities or odors can get in this cooler. It is easy to keep clean. It uses no extra ice. Come see the refrigerator that takes perfect care of your food, and gives you delicious drinking water. Come in and see it. is a word well applied to the cool, PENCE & HILL, Stanford, Ky, Hot Weather Clothing. $&fmK 'A1 ft WE HAVE A NEW LINE OF SERGE BEACHES, PALM AND MEN'S, YOUNG COATS MEN'S AND BOY'S LINEN AND PALM BEACH- - PANTS. Straw Hats pip era I w OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. PANAMAS AND LINEN HATS BAREFOOT SANDALS FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY. OXFORDS FOR DRESS WEAR MP mm, isftfcr. ' (vr-- j THE "SELBY" FOR THE LA. DY WHO WANTS HER FEET TO LOOK NICE. OUR SIZES YET. ARE NOT BROKEN ROBINSON'S, STANFORD. End, lost by death a valuable horse last night. J. M. Reynolds, near Wnyncsburg, sold n cow Inst week to n Mr. Sims, west of that place for ?iili. K. L. Wilson of the southeast section of Garrard, sold a sow and five shoats to Pettus Ucntley for $35. Joe Chancellor sold to Jesse Fox for middle of June delivery 25 head of hoes nt .even rents. Dr. Hugh Reid claims the distinc tion of being the first man in Lincoln to get through setting tobacco. He has put out seven acres this season. James Sallec, of Hoyle, sold 18 export cattle averaging 1,400 pounds, to Monte Fox nt eight cents a pound. It was an excellent bunch. Joe Wieland, of Ottcnhcim, has sold to W. O. Walker, of Stanford ll'.O bushels of corn at 70 cents a bushel nt the crib. John C. Pepples has engaged to Thurlow Jones, a bunch of 35 hogs to go the latter part of this week at seven cents n pound. The porkers will average about 175 pounds. A wheat held of lifi acres belonging to James Chancy, of Simpson county, was completely devastated by hail Friday night. He will plow up the land and plant it in corn. Job Marsee, of the Mt. Hebron section, sold his season's crop of lambs to V. A. Lear, of Lancaster, the wool bearers to bo about the first of June at $8.50 a hundercd. S. H. Baughmnn bought from Green Gooch and Mr. Newsom, of the Wnynesburg section, late last week a bunch of 27 head of yearling cattle at $29.C0 a head. U. C. Arnold, of this city, boutrht last week of Gren Gooch of Wnvnes-ourg. a cow nnd a bull, which tocether weighed 2,250 pounds at five and a half cents n pound. D. i. Rankin, the prominent far mer .of .Marcellus, has uenn purchas ing porkers from the local dealers of that locality, paying from six and a fourth cents to seven cents a pound W. P. Martin, of the Turnersville section, sold to II. Greeley Lutes 32 lambsat eight cents. Mr. Martin had the misfortune to lose by death a fine calf the other day. Black leg cnuscd its death. A. Sanders & Company, of Mercer, huve so far engaged 5.000 lambs this season. The price is seven and a half cents for June delivery; 6even cents for July and from six to six and a half cents for August delivery. That from 10.000 to 18.000 men will be needed soon in the harvest fields of Oklahoma at wages of from $2 to $3 a day and board has been announced by the United States Bureau of Labor through Assistant Postmaster Allen Leathers. Thos. P. Neet, of Woodford county sold ISO of the cattle he had on slop at Saffcll's distillery in Anderson' county to Henry Knight & Son, of Louisville, at $7.30. They averaged 1,158 pounds. He also sold 140 head, weighing 1,140 pounds to Swift & Co.. nt $7.40. Spoonamore & McKechnie, near Hubble have sold to T. W. Jones, of Stanford, 11 head of sheep, nine ewes and ten bucks, at five cents a pound. Tho mutton weighed 1,1162 pounds. Wm. Morris sold to Jones u coude of sheep at about the same figure and C. C Uover delivered three ewes to him. V. A. Lear, of Lancaster, bought from Job Marsee. of Lower Garrard. a bunch of sheep for which he paid live cents a pound. Mr. Lear also purchased from Edwin Grew, of Mt. Hebron section of the county his output of ambs for June delivery at eight and a half censt a pound. . H. Liurton. of Lancaster contin ues his purchases of draft animals for shipment having lately purchased the following and expecting to complete his bunch for export by what he bought in Lancaster yesterady: From Charles Dean, of the Brynnts"ille section, of Gairard county, he purcha n pair of nyuruis for $310; from Sweeney Morgan, near the south Garrard boundary, he got three head of mules ranging in age from four to six years, for which he paid $145 per animal; from Taylor House he bought a draft animal for $150; from Dick Albright of Lincoln county, he purchased an aged mule for $140. iI four-year-o- ld ld The fnrmers of Gnrrnrd county spent yesterday nt Lancaster rejoicing over the magnificent rnln which fell Saturday nnd Sundny, tnlking about things concerning their chosen vocation nnd now and then Indulged in n few words nlmut polities. It wns n fnlr crowd for May court but the bulk of business transacted wns not great. There were only nbout 100 cnttlc on the market nnd nil or them had not changed hands late in the afternoon. Young steers sold nt fie to it nnd heifers were not far bchMid J. D. Whitchousc. of Hoyle, bought n bunch of yearlings nt $25 to $30; I.avson & Ilrown bought n good many lambs and hogs of various parties dur ing the day ut 7 for June 15 de livery for the former nnd 7c Tor present delivery for the latter; Shell Oatts, of Danville, sold n bunch of heifers to Weil, of Lexington, nt $27.50; L. C. King sold to Ishnm, of Ilurgin. n harness mare for f 100 ,n.l several other horses changed hands at from $100 to $140. II. G. Fox, the army buyer, had made no purchases up to 4 o clock In the afternoon. A fight nbout noon created con siderablc excitement. Otis Nailer nnd 'Gchc Bowling, both young Gnr rnrd county farmers "fell out and each other, tried to exterminate Nailer used his fists, u buggy ulilp and a small knife but Howling had nothing but Nature's gifts to help him nnil he came out second best. Two sliuht gashes in the breast anil a torn shirt was the extent of his injuries. Policeman Buck, who has recently succeeded Luther Hcrron ns City Marshal, arrested both parties. Bowling went to jail and Nnifcr was given bond. The former was considerably under the influence of booze. Most of the afternoon wns devoted political speaking. Hnrksdnle to Hnmlctt, present Superintendent of Public Instruction, made a brief talk in which he asked the support of the Gnrrard democracy in his race for Secretary of State. He also told of his wonderful nehievements during his incumbency of the office he now Hon. A. Owsley Stanley made a long and strong speech to a crowded court-housafter a handsome introg friend, J. E. duction by his His talk was along the Robinson. lines of his former efforts and from the applause he received one would judge that his remarks were appre ciated. I hey were surprisingly free from attacks on his opponents but the republican party came in for a liberal share of ridicule. The Stanley people claim that he will carry Garrard county. Mr. Stnnley was the only candidate for Governor on hand. The candidates for circuit judge were present nnd did lots of hand shaking and talking. Mr. Fox came early in the morning but Judge Hardin did not arrive until the afternoon, having to convene court in this county before he could get off, Both gentlemen seemed satisfied with their day's work. Lincoln's candi date for Commonwealth's Attorney, Judge John Sam Owsley, went early and stayed late. He expressed him self as much pleased with things in Garrard. Rodman Keenen, Harrods- burgs entry in that race, was also feeling good over the prospect of good returns from our sister county. He came on by Stanford last night and met a number of friends and his from relatives. Emmet Puryear, Boyle, was not on hand, ns strange as may appear. An auto containing it a half dozen or more Hardin iioosters was up from Harrodsburg and they let no grass grow under their feet during the day. Mr. Fox had as his lieutenant, Mr. Add Lanier, of Boyle, who we are informed, is to be his master commissioner in the event of his election. Billy Klair, candidate for railroad commissioner, was there by a large majority. He has a large acquaintanceship in Gnrrard county and claims to have a larco following. There are few better mixers than the Fayette entry and he must have done good work for himself. He told the I. J. man that he would be a winner. But then they all suy that, you e, life-lon- Ijincnstcr, May 24. Three prominent Incaster citizens painful Injuries when Mr. sustained Jesse owcency, owner nnd driver of the nutomobllc accompanied by County Clerk J. W. Hamilton nnd George Palmer, lost control of his car from the enr striking n mud puddle, the vehicle Jumping u high embankment und landing bottom tipwnrd. Palmer was pinned under the mnehtne. and but for the timely nld of Chief of Po- lice urvlllo Buck would have died from suffocation. J. . Sweeney bus. tnincd n severe cut on tho hip nnd other painful lacerations, while J, W. Hamilton wns nt first thouirht to bo fntally hurt nnd wns carried to his home on n sttetcher. However, he Is not supposed to no seriously hurt beyond severe cuts nnd bruises nbout the head and shoulders while PnlmoiV greatest Injury is n broken rib. Tho nccident occurred on Wntcr street and drew nn immense crowd ns this is the first automobile nccident in Iuicnster, notwithstanding the large numncr in use in tins city. Miss Agnes Miles ts at home after n protracted stay of some length in Rev. J. W. Benglc conducted the Union District S. S. Convention nt tho I'ork rhurch Sunday nfternoon The Undies Aid society of the Pleasant Grove church will have n strawberry supper this evening in the church yard. An admission of 25 cents will be charged. CASTORIA For InfrtntB and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought .W.COIIOI. 3 I'KH Ill's n ANidclalxV frrn.inilmi CrAt. slmllnlfnrtihcnwifamlRcCuli UnillicSio.uTf!isaalDmtd8f ' 4 ' 2 4 Bears the Signature of Promotes Di$csHonQwnU ncss and ResLConUlni nriilw Opiimi.Morphiuc norMiacral V In NOTNAK COTIC. JbMtUtt-Avt- M ,cw lork. SrwirV- - f H ww rfv Jwnevveilffl rfrt rtamr1ir far rtantftel h iJ.. lll.irrhan Worms JConvalstopj Jcvmsfr A Use For Over ncss nndLOSSOFSlEEK SSM TcSimiU Sijaararf of holds. ' know. Mercer Jailer Assaulted by Prisoner Jailer Albert Tatum, of Mercer county, was assaulted by a prisoner named Homer KetiT as he went to lock the inmates in their cells Sunday night, latum was struck, with an iron bar and for n time it was believed he was fatally wounded. A shot from his pistol brought his wife to the scene and her presence caused Reid to run, making his escape. She probably saved the lifo of hr husband. Reid had recently been convicted of housebreaking and was to have been taken to Frankfort to serve a four-year term the day following. Bloodhounds were brought to Harrodsburg from Lexington but the search for Reid has so far proved to futile. Offu'fH'jfff-ir The Commencement exercises of the colored school were held nt the Rex Thenter on Friday evening nnd there were eight graduates. Miss Jane Hnscldcn, the attractive young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hnscldcn secured the first ticket to Romans Opera House by finding nnd killing 100 flies nnd presenting them to Mr. Romans at the window of this popular resort. Handsome engraved invltntions have been issued by the graduating class of the Lancaster High School. There nre 22 in the class and the Commencement exercises promise to be quite interesting ns it is the largest number that has ever graduated since the establishment of the school. Miss Mattic Adams was hostess to the members of the B. Y P. U. organi- ation on Friday evening at her home on Richmond street. This interesting society comprise about 35 members nnd all assemldcd reported an enjoyable time. Inviting refreshments were served. A number of Lancaster Knight Templars nre making extensive preparations to attend the Grand meeting in Danville today and tomorrow. It promises to be ont' of thelnrgest affuirs of the kind ever given in this portion of the State. An enthusiastic delegation from this city were in Chattanooga to boost the Ditie Highway for Ijincas-te- r a ml Gnrrard county. Messrs. J. E. Stormes, R. L. Klkin, L. G. Davidson, J. M. Farm. J. L. Gill, J. S. Haseldcn, J. W. Smith nnd Joel J. Walker represented Lancaster at the gathering. n Dr. J. L. Clark, president of University, will deliver the Buccnlaurcatc sermon on Sundny, June fith to the grndunting class, nnd Rev. Eberhnrt, pastor of the Danville to deBaptist church has been cho.-oliver the address to the class. Mrs. A. C. Hill, of Stanford, was the recent guest of Misses Mnyme and Ethel Walter. George Andrews, of Mesdames New York and C. C. Fox, of Danville, huve been visiting Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith and Mr. Smith. Mrs. Henley V. Bastin and little son, Charles, are at home from t. where they visited Sliss Mamie Bastin, a student nt the Art Conservatory. Alfalfa growers, who have increas ed in number within the last two or three years, report the forage plant rnnk nnd luxuriant, n it Kiiffr r' ill effects from a drouth. The post office nt Hyattsvilie, a Garrard village two miles east of here was robbed and $40 worth of stamps taken and n small amount of money. The same night the store of J. II. Payne nt Spainey was entered and $150 in money secured. Mr. Joe McCormnck nnd two little daughters, of Hendersonville, nro with McCormack's mother, Jlrs. bai lie McCormack, who is reported very Com-mande- ry Wes-leya- ?u Jtc? The Ccntauh Comvaict; NEW YORK. itn Thirty Years ni..JJMUsffB Esact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORIA I Helm Goes To Washington. Congressman Hnrvcy Helm upon his return from Chattanooga Saturday night found here Invitations from Secretary of State Brynn and Secre tary McAdoo of the Ticasury to nt tend the social and business sessions Conof the Pan American ference which convened in Washington yesterday. His interest In his Pan American Rnnk proposition, which is line with the purposes of the present big Conference decided him I to be on hand and he leu lor Ytnsn,,,., StlI(Iny evenInr. I Il Car Of Pioneer Wire Fence Just In. Now's the time to buy. E. T. PENCE. Stanford, Ky. Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made bit namn famous all over the United States and Canada. a Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barbs and Berries. Far treatment of Human Diseases. Purser's Indian llrrbe-- S bars' Treatment, tl.00 Dakota Jack's Cowboy Unlmcnt Dakota Jack's Creme Soap. Price 10c. 3 bars 23e 2Se .sBgsgV.agsgsgsgsgeaM I? asssssssssssH DAKOTA JACK The Nnrthwtftlrrn Cowbov ruRsurs Indian herbs oiiaiNATO All on sale at Sbugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Dakota Jack's Homo Address: Atlanta, Ga., or ROUT & MARTIN, Concrete Engineers, STANFORD, KY. ill. of Birmingham, nre the guests of Judge E. W. Harris and wife. Mr. Robert Guliey and wife, .Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Guliey motored to Lexington for n short visit to Mrs. I. S. Dunn and family. Quite a number from here attended the C. W. B. M. Convention at Stanford, including tho officers of the Ijincaster C. W. B. M. auxiliary Mrs. George D. Robinson, district manager, Mrs. J. B. Kinnaird, president, .Mrs. J. R. Mount, treasurer and .Mrs. W. A. Arnold, secretary. Muchly Tangled Suit Decided. 000 was decided ut Harrodsburg lust week by Judge Charles A. Hardin. Last summer John Hutchinson, 88, u wealthy recluse, died nt his home in Mercer county. Ho wns never married, and it was generally uelieved he had no relatives except .children of two half brothers, Joe and Robert William anil a half sister, Mrs. Catherine Mo Cray, those named being dead. Shortly ufter Hutchinson's death Mrs. Alice Shouse, of Anderson county, put in u claim that she was the only descendant of u full brother of John Hutchinson, by the name of Josiah Hutchinson, who died miuiy years ago in Garrard county. Much evidence wns taken by both sides, most or the witnesses were over 80 years old, in an A Mr. George Harris and Mrs. Harris, Estimates on All Classes of Work. Block Work A Specialty. CRUSHED STONE For Sale At All Times. X m K.ofP.Fair -- at- Stanford, Ky., August 18, 19 and 20, 1915 Entries 1 Stakes Close July st, 1915 I 1 $ 00 Colt Stake, 0 to enter, five moneys. $500 Saddle Stake, 0 to enter, six moneys. 1 Saturday night. Sirs. A. L. Thompson visited Mrs. Anna Hooker Tuesday. mis. ii. j, iiursi visueii .urs. r.. u. Miracle last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. II Bobbins visited Mr. und Mrs. R. II. Hosklns Sunday. Miss Cordie Miracle will give a singing. MASON'S GAP. We have been nice weather now. Mrs. II. C. Hurst und daughter, were the pleasant guests of Air, and Mrs. G. L. Brackett. Miss Cordie Miracle was the guest of Miss Pearl Hooker Sunday. Mr. Lee Kirkpatrick passed through here Sunday on his way to Ottcnheim. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Kirkpatrick visited Mr. J. L. Robblns Sunday. Mr. Frank Davis it nil daughter, Miss Lizzie intended church at Fair-view suit involving an estate of $50,- - iS !,, "TSijaw jiigf' ji i ,Jj( '' it ' jl! !jBssarr'iisi' t A Car of Lehigh Just Arrived $250 Harness Stake, 0 to enter, five moneys. 1 Write to the Secretary for Entry Blanks Remember the Entries Close July 1st, 1915 S. T. HARRIS, E. C. WALTON, Secretary President Telephone Recorder Invented Thomas A. Edison unnounces the invention of a recorder for telephone conversations, a combination of the telephone und phonsgraph. The device Is intended to give to both parties to a telephone conversation, no matter at what distance from each other they are talking a phonographic record of what euch has said. It is expected by the Inventor that the mechanism will be not only valuable as a commercial instrument, but that its records will be admissible in court cases where in the past it has been difficult to obtain the admission of telephone messages as evidence. Take a splendid vacation at tho pense of tho Interior Journal. ex- Stove Burns Oil Or Gasoline. Detroit Vapor Stoves "Work Like Cas." Simply light the burners and nut your cooking on at once just like a city gas stove. You have a hot smoke, less fir right from the start. Of all stoves that we know of as long as we have been In business, we believe the "DETROIT VAPOR" stove the best 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. BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J. W. H. HIGGINS. one hand, und to disprove it, on the other, Tho records in the office of the Lancaster were county clerk at searched, and the marriage records of Josiah Hutchinson, were found, und ulso of tho mother of John Hutchinson, Were found und copies produced in court. These marriage records showed that Josiah Hutchinson wus of age and married three years before John Hutchinson's mother was marri ed, thus proving conclusively that the men could not have been brothers. Under the judgment tho entire estate goes to the children of his hulf-bro- thers and sister, Joe and Ike McLray, Mrs. Hettie Corn, George Wilham and Miss Sharrurd Wilham. The estate consist of two splendid bluegrass farms, a mill on CV.aplin river, and considerable personal property. effort to trace the relationship, on We have just unloaded a car of Lehigh Portland Cement at our warehouse. If you are in the market for cement this is a chance you cannot afford to overlook. Lehigh is a cement which gives you the best value, for it is ground to such a fineness that it makes the strongest concrete. LbillUlCEMENT has been used on many of the largest municipal and paving contracts throughout the country a good test of its reliability. It will give you the best satisfaction in your concrete work. Come in and let us figure on your requirements. FOR SALE BY J. H. BAUGHMAN CO. si f -- .1 () JrnflH .. 1