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No. 43 The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, May 28, 1915 Papr Stop Whu Toor Tint It np Watch tha Date Oa Libil Renew Your Sbirlp'o Promptly. Tblt ml 3 r Tuesdays and Fridays TO-DAY. Now Is The Best Time To Get Started In The Big HELP YOUR "FAVORITE" GET STARTED IN THE BIG TRAVEL AND TOUR PRIZE CONTEST STRUCK BY LIGHTNING Contest-St- art BANKERS Your Campaign S. II. S. ALUMNI ORGANIZE LITTLE DOING IN COURT OF TWO DISTRICTS Large Stock Horn of Rev. J. G. Llv Business Drags In Circuit Tribunal To Meet In Annual Convention at Arrangements Made for Annual Ban Ingston Burnt to Ground. This Week A Few Cases Tried. quet and Officers Elected. Crab Orchard Next Friday DELIGHTFUL AFFAIRS FEATURE COMMENCEMENT Graduating Exercises of Stanford High School Prove Entertaining and Attractive This Week u There has been very little dotnt? Lit:httiint; struck the lart-- e stock At n meeting of the Alumni of the The annual mcotinf- - tit Gioups 8 barn on the farm or Rev, J, (!, Llv in Circuit court this week. For come and II of the Kentucky Umikois' Stanford High School, who arc here, hiKnton, in the Sut-a- r Grove section, reason or other, few case were ready Association will he held at Crab Or at the College building, on Wednes late Wednesday afternoon, set it on for trial when court convened and c,ard next Friday, June 4th, and a day morning at 10 o'clock, it wns de Eighteen young men nnd women fire and completely destroyed it. All very little ha been done since court hi,, time is expected :rv these Ilnan cided that nn Alumni banquet would received their heopkin diplomas Business is ex ciers of the counties embraced In the be given, about the first week in July, from the Stanford High School on of the well known preacher' fnrm started in Monday pick up today when several Eighth and Eleventh congressional when all of the Alumni, who nre nway Wednesday night and nre now Injf implements, and machinery, a pectcd to TOU CAN DO THIS BY SUBSCRIBING OR RENEWING YOUR SUB wnton, butiy, buckbonrd and till of cases nre set for trial, nmong them districts. Cashier II. G. Skiles, of have time to get home This will be fledged graduates, nnd out upon full the a number of whisky cases. The grand the Crab Orchard Banking Company, the first banquet of this kind given world either for A l.mtt linii.tiat tuirA ilnul rit.i.il SCRIPTION AND CASTING THE VOTES IN FAVOR 01- YOUR pursuit or has been silling all week, during will deliver the address of welcome, in this city nnd it promises to bo n education In higher channels further thing of value which was jury or to CANDIDA! E VOI ES ARE GIVEN FREE ON HACK SUUSCRIP. the only .... ... . .1. the recess upstairs nnd has been ex and n reception committee will see great affair In every way. ......! if iii iiiu I.t settle in the usual vocations of life. iiius.iiiK pirucLure ASK FOR ii'itutii TIONS, RENEWALS, AND NEW SUBSCRIPTION amining many witnesses. The meeting was called to onlir hy was a horse, which got out and ran that all of the visitors have an enAlmost the entire week has been THEM WHEN PAYING YOUR SUBSCRIPTION. Early in the week Caspar Abt, n joyable time. Hon. D. C. Wills, of Miss Emma Hays and nfter a few re- occupied with the closing exercises of off. The damate will amount to well known German near Ottcnhelm, the Fcdcrnl Reserve Bnnk, of Cleve- marks as to the purpose of the meet- the local educational institution and annum $l,uuu. nils lilts Mr. ENTER BIG RACE TO-DAvery hnrd ror he carried no compromised a number of cases land, O., Is expected to be present and ing and a few- - suggestions, the officer those who have attended the exer-cisinsurance whatever on the burn or against him, upon Indictment charg- will give information and instruction were choen who will serve until the pronounce the Commencement JUST WRITE THE CONTEST MANAGER THAT YOU WISH TO MAKE content'!. Neighbors came to his as- ing him with having brandy in his on the fcdernl reserve system that evening of the banquet, when perma- programs this year, perhaps the most possession Jor purposes of sale. He will interest all bankers. nent officers will be elected They attractive nnd interesting that has AN ACTIVE RACE AND HE WILL SEND YOU PRINTED MATTER sistance when they learned of the paid $150 into court in settlement of The officers of the two associations are ns follows: President, James ever been held in Stanford or at YOUR CAM- fire but the barn burned very quickly AND rULL INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONDUCTING cases, nre as follows: the Joseph Hill; least in many years. Cooper; PAIGNHUNDREDS OF DOLLARS IN PRIZES GIVEN AWAY and there were no adequate means to George Howard was fined $50 nnd President Group Eight J. W. El Secretary and Treasurer, Thomas P. successfully combat the llnmes. Rev. O. J. Chandler, of Lexington cost for cutting Henry Poynter in a more. Lancnster. ABSOLUTELY FREE. Bright. The committees which were preached the baccalaureate sermon to scrap near Pine Grove one night a s, President Group Eleven A. T. Si appointed are: Committee on It pays to keep your property of all a large congregation nt the opera few weeks ngo. ler, Williamsburg. Misses Sallie Hurdcttc, Llssa house on Sunday night. The music kinds insured in the old reliable Jake Wilson was found not guilty Secretary Group Eight W. C. Bue, Iloltzclaw and Emma Hays; Commit- was a special feature of the program. , represented by Jesse I). Wear-en7,750 Tin- lilts Triple Vote Offer whereby Mis Itessle Reynolds iHairodsburg. tee on Arrangements, Misses Sallie Rev. Chandler's word of advice and the Insurance Man, of Stanford. on u charge of selling booze. m candidate net three time the usual llllltnnvillr, Ky. Secretary Group Eleven John II. M. Craig, Mary Moore Raney and admonition addressed particularly to .t!t,.12n 431 ly According to the officials practical number of votes on nil subscriptions Miss Roberta Itlain ' nil of the cases on the docket nre 'Gibson, Somerset. Harvey Wilkinson; Committee on Me- the members of the graduating class 54,075 will be repented ten i for the coming Mis Margaret Allen Executive Committee Group Eight nu, Misses Emma Hays, Verna Rout were peculiarly well chosen nnd timeshort and of minor importance nnd C, N. Smith Grand Commander. I, .1511 two weeks. Thin enable new fundi Mrs. William Riffe P. R. Beard, Shelby ville; H. M. nnd Willie Moore. ly. He pleased everyone with his disThe Knights Templar Conclave ad- could be tried within a very short 5 1,075 date who hae been thinking of .Miss Christine Ijilr . Johnson, Lawrcnceburg; F. L. Scnrs, Prof. J. W. Ireland, who was prin course. 1,(125 journed its unntial session at Danville time if they could be gotten ready. Marling, to eommenre now and get Mis Florence North Nicholasville. cipal of the High School, when most Mention has already been made of ball. A 5,075 Thurcday niu'ht with a n gemd start In the bit ince for glory Miss Martha Tucke-MiNEW PICTURE MACHINE Executive Committee Group Elev- of the Alumni graduated, has been the Bach Club recital on Monday eve2,050 host of visitor from all parts of the Cora Estes, K- . mid prizes. en F. L. Thompson, Alt. Vernon, J. nvited to be toastmaster on this oc ning. state was on hand durintr the bit: Three time the tisunl number of Gillirrt Crrrk, Ky. easion nnd it is hoped by all, that he The most original, unique and enroyal enter Installed By Opera House to Provide W. Hart, Corbin, K. W. Cole, votes will be given on both old and Miss Emma Iloltzclaw 5,1125 meetintr and were will make his arrangements to be here tertaining Class Day entertainment Better Pictures for Patrons new subscriptions turned in before Miss Nell Buck 5,725 tainment by the kooiI people of LitThe nroirram for the ioint meetinc-- for his presence would add much to probnbly ever seen in Stanford was tle Britain. Charles N. Smith, of H:00 p. m., Friday, June 11th. In adPreachersville, Ky. the affair. Ryan Commandery, of Danville, was In keening with his custom of giv- - " Crnh Orcharcl will be as follows: presented by the IS Seniors Wednesdition to this lite; vote inducement, Miss Ruby Cress 2,775 honored by beint: elected Grand Com- ing his patrons the best that is going, Business .Session 10 a. m., at All the Alumni will be written to in day night. Under the clever coaching1 2,000 Kxtrn Vote will be given on I Miss Carrie Anderson 2,125 mander. Next year's session will be Manager C. Hays Foster, of the Stan - Crab Orchard Springs Hotel. regard to the banquet by the sec- nnd instruction of Miss Esther Burch, every dollar's worth of new subscrip- .Mis. li. I. itiaiiKensmp 5,100 held vnneii u uroer oy iresiueni oi retary in a few days ns to the time the graduates ..uiged a picnic scene, at Frankfoit. It was estimated ford Opera House, has just purchased tions turned in before the above date . hlmore, Cashier that best suits them. King- - Mountain, Ky. It is hoped with each nt his or her ease and with that 10,000 people witnessed the pa- another moving picture machine. l'J"oup Light, J. and hour. The schedule below in- Miss Grace Thompson .12,825 rade Wednesday afternoon. It was which is said to be the very last word .oi ciarraru Bank and Trust Co., Lnn that all will endeavor to come home at n naturalness that made the affair cludes all extra votes. This is guar Miss Ada Murphy 7,025 a magnificent spectacle with the host in such machinery nnd will nroiect caster. this time and make it an affair to be most delightful The stage was deco jinteed to be the biggest and BEST Invocation Rev. F. M. Tinder, long remembered. It is desired to rated with branches, stumps, leaves, 1,125 of marching knights in full panoply, the "movies" on the screen in better VOTE OFFER of the contest. No bet- Miss Eva Leach t make the Alumni fiunnuet an annual etc., until it fitly represented a sylvan Stanford, acc'ompanied by something like a shane than nnvthinir of the kind in a tor offer will be made at any future Miss Patience Cnlmcwo Ky. Brief opening remarks by Presi affnir. 7,700 do7cn bands. town this size "in the state. Mr. Fosdell, and the lunch bnskets and other time durintr the contest. machine dents (..roups bight and bleven, J. Miss Martha S. Uaney ter has bought a Powers .11,175 Each class is to be represented bv picnicking accessories made the illu How Priies Will Br Awarded Elmore; A. T. Siler, Mrs. Lucy Miller Hartley 45,125 Honor Roll of Stanford Graded School which is driven by an electric motor, one member, who is to give a brief sion complete. In this informal way Bank There will be 13 prizes awarded in Mian Kittle Joliea 12.725 Primary Grade .John Baughman, which insures perfect continuity and Ky. of Williamsburg, Williamsburg, sketeii of the class on the evening of and in clever conversation, the mem which is imbitr Travel Miss Elsie Coleman . The Interior Journal's the banquet. . .. 51,075 Dolly Beck, Catherine Beck, Harry smoothness of picture bers of the class gave thier Grumbles. Address of Welcome II. G. Skiles, Tour and Prize Contest and at least Mrs. Walter Jones 51.075 Crawford. Winfrey Duncan, Hugh possible to obtain with the hand-ru- n Gifts, Prophecies, Wills, Songs and .. ' rr I ATCGT WAD W T? 1T C ,ruc ,w .Mr. to 'un!Miss Anna Chancellor will still op Cashier Crab Orchard Banking Co., .18., 125 Davis. Noo, Mary E. Nunnelley and machines. V wnr,',,ll ; ,1 oasts, to rie dcllgnt oi everyone. district The territory of the contest ,Iltt, ,nrjnrct Dnv.M.n erate his old machine, so that there Crab Orchard. 5,82V. John Wood. The British battleship Majestic sup-- The evening was a most attractive Responses by Judge L. W. Bethu porting the allied army on the Galli- will Vereafter be no tedious interim is diMded into two district and con- - MlM Rxie Jenning. 4,175 nnn from Emit Grade Zella Harnett, Chas in nnd? its nri.i. , need only compete "IMin.t jMw( , (, tjwtnnu ili.il itii-i- i ImtrU't i:i,826 Blankenship, Beatrice Camenisch, between pictures, or reels, ne merg- rum, Mt. Vernon; J. E. Robinson, poll peninsula, was torpedoed and jhnlitv and cleverness made it stand . .f fur . ing inVo the other without break or lmcastcr. 5,1150 Jimmie Daly, Hubert Fish, Boyd sunk by a German submarine. Nearly .'LT.ii.L'J i.'i.i. Mini Bessie Peek. IM delay. Mr. Foster is now showing Address: The Difficulties Confront- all the crew- - and officers were saved. 0ut alone in class day events and to 2.125 McCor-macLouis Mcr-hon- . Lillie t. all candidates have Mis Carrie Anderson, ml pictures four nights a week, Monday. ing the Bankers of Kentucky at the The Majestic is the sixth cajatal ship 'the genius nnd untiring energy' of 51.225 . Delia Mitchell, Stella Scanlon, Thursday, Friday and Saturday and Pre-ej.Miss Esther Burch, of the Expres-Io- st un equal chHiice ami .t mkhcts the Miss Eva Rankin Time J. W. Stoll, President by the Allies in the Dardanelles. l?ion department of the school, is due 10,850 Ailelia Walker and Dollie Walls. Miss Fannie Scott, 1 . prices ery easy to win after the Commencement exercises Kentucky Hankers' Association, Pres- Osa Farmer, MlKing Victor Emmanael has taken 'chief credit for the beautiful and 7,325 Second Grade Allen Anderson, are concluded next week, plans to ident First and City National Bank, New Subscriptions. of the military and naval jnal effects and results obtained. The H.0.75 Frederick Bauman, Eula Bower. An Mis Dollie Wilcher have shows every night. The people Lexington. 7.800 votes $10.00 Miss Uicillc BaHou 10 years 1,250 nell Carson, Allie S. Fnrmer, Viola of Stanford are turning out in larger forces, and is en route incognito toijocal K.0O Address: Elimination of Overdrafts the front The Italians who have Uch aschool is fortunate in in having103,200 votes 8 year Waynesburg, Ky. Hill, Mary L. Huffman, Frances numbers to the picture shows, and its facultalented teacher 5.00 5 your ',, 100 vote 35,:i25 Gieer, Irene Livingston, Josse Long, Manager Foster is endeavoring to and Results J. M. Robison, President crossed the Austrian frontier to the ty. Cora Singleton 4.00 Miss Mary 4 yor Ot.800 vole rirst National Bank, Barboursville. east, along a front of sixty miles to8,050 Kntherine Murphy. Kllle W. McClary, how his apprecintion of the constantWarriner Wednesday evening, the graduates :ili,(100 votes 3.00 Miss a year Address: Agriculture, and its de- ward the Isonzo river, have not yet K1,825 James McCormack, Mattie M. Pres- ly increasing patronage by giving the Vesta 2 'year 25,000 votes . . 11.00 Mis Selma Simms, lation to Banking J. S. Hocker, met with any serious opposition. In were in formal behavior and appeared R1,(10') ton, Eunice Pepple.--, Florence Pet very classiest productions possihlc to . huhanks, to best advantage in their "best bib 1.00 Mihh 12,200 votes year 1,825 tus, Foster R. Phillips, Welsh Pep-ple- obtain. A great deal of favorable President First National Bank, Stan- fact, no important battle is expected and tucker" as they sat on the stage Miss Mazie Braswcll, KBack Subscription and Renewal. ford. 1,150 the invaders reach the river, as during the final exercises of gradHolton Reed, Rowan Sautley, comment has been heard upon the 05,800 votes $10.00 Mis Soshia Muucie . 10 vmra Address I). C. Wills, Chairman of until here IU3 1,000 Hatler Smith, Leona Traylor, Sabra presentation of the mammoth proes- uation. it is 8.00 Miss Margie Bliickctl-An attractive musical pro42,000 vote . 5 years the Board Federal Beserve Bank, of tablished. that the Austrian ace 1,000 K. Walker and Thelma Walls. Gooch 5.00 Miss Lelin gram was rendered. Prof. Farquhar, 25,500 votes duction Samson with J. Warren Ker- Cleveland, Ohio. Followed by His 5 ycam 1,500 Mists Bertha Rogers, TlThe Butish battleship Triumph has of State University, substituted for J 1.00 10,200 votes years Third Grade Eddie Bruce Baugh- rigan in the stellar role, which was 1,150 man, Jennie Harnett, Emma Brackett shown under the auspices of the In- Answering Questions on Federal Re- been sunk in the Dardanelles, accord- Dr. J. G. Crabbe, of Richmond, with IM 3.1.0 Mixs Mabel Writ-li11,100 votes 3 years 1,150 Olga Camenisch, Iicve R. Goode, Sa- dies of the Presbyterian church last serve System. ing to official announcement made the address to the graduates, after Mis Roberta Burton, R1! year 'J.CiOO votes.. . . 2.00 General Discussion of Banking 1 1.000 die K. Kincaid, Susie Rankin, Mary rriday evening. 1.00 Mii Myrtle Johnson R3,000 votes . jeur Everybody. Each talk live minutes last night. called upon to face an which diplomas were delivered by 1,350 Louise Miss Orithia Wnrficld Although Stone, Dorothy Tribblc, Our Guarantee Sunt. W. C. Wilson, to the following or less. Ml. Salem, Ky, other enemy in Italy, whose troops ..rniliintnit- - Missos ltpssip Mnnrp. Sal- James Turpin, James Paxton, Frances Thos. W. Varnon Chosen Police Judge THIS BIG VOTE OFFER IS Miss Nannie McKinney Appointment of Committees. 31.025 Traylor and Lncile Walker. crossed the eastern border, thehin Mills Craiir. Kittie nnd Maeeie Thomas W. Varnon, son of Judge GUARANTEED TO BE THE BIGLuncheon at 2 p. m. At Crab Or have DISTRICT NO. Fourth Grade Katherine Bruce, Wallace E. Varnon, for ninny years a chard Springs Hotel at 50c each. You Austrians and Germans have not re- Jones, Gertrude Wilkinson, Mary GEST AND BEST OF THE ENTIRE Lancaster, Ky. Sarah Beck, Adolph Camenisch, Wil- residetit of this city, has been chosen are requested to register on arrival.) laxed their efforts on the other fronts. Moore Raney, Bettie Warren, Anne CONTEST. So turn in your subIn Middle Gnlacia they have resumed Davis McRoberts, Kate Lynn Wood, 5,150 lie Daly. Frances Fish, Lee Davis substitute police judge of Asheville, scriptions a fast as you icci-uthem. Mliw EUie Morris. RR . . Report of Committees. the offensive against the Russians Verna Rout, Mnry Shepherd Cook, 0,050 Fisher, Talbert Goor, Kebn Cover, II ou tiolil them tiack with the ex Miss Kathleen Walter . . C, hy the commissioners of that Election of officers. along the River San, and clnim to Mary Ellen Iloltzclaw and Mayme 20,350 Mary K. Hocker. Nellie Mitchell. pollution of ectinng bigger votes on iMlss Florence Dawes city. The election was unanimous. Adjournment. have met with further success, while Singleton and Mess-- s. Boyce Hunn, e iMiss Ella llenrv 7.225 thim you will be disappointed. Proctor, Mary G. Powell. I.e-li-a An Asheville paper has this to say guarantee thai no better offer will Miss Stella Comely 51,175 Cook Raney, Gladys Southard, lhout the young man who has many I HAVE taken charge of the tailor in Flanders and Artois the Germans Harvey Wilkinson, Will Wood, Uin- be made during the con tost. 4,150 Albert Von Gruenigen. . Mis Lillic May Sutton .. friends and well wishers in this city: department in the rear of my father's continue, according to the French re- - jton Coleman, and Harry Farmer. 3,725 Miss Lillie Julie .Mr. arnon is one of the younger barber shop and will also have in con port, to make furious attacks (o reFifth Grade Margaret Pettus, Jo Commencement closed on Thurs gain ground lost in recent weeks nnd day night with the annual recital of 3,225 sephine Gooch. Mis Kate Ilamm KIsabella Warren, attorneys of Asheville, having been nection the agency for a s to hold that which they took from the the music and expression departments 2,850 Frank Camden, Mattie Belle Mncnul, engaged in the practice of law here laundry. I earnestly solicit your pat o Mrs. Stella Perkins British in the region of ipres. o HOW THEY STAND TODAY olMis Katie Barnes Dickorson 2.050 Katherine Brady, Marjory Ballot), but a few years. He is a graduate ronage. Harvey Wilkinson. mention of which will be given in a 43-- 1 Except for tho German admission separate article. Following is the standing of o Miss Cora Perkins o 2,425 Ellis Murphy, Gladys Arnold, Eliz- of Washington and Lee university that the British have captured part of 1,1)75 abeth Greer. o of the contestant up to Thurs- - "'.Miss Faye Acton and pursued his law course at the NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. May 27lh. Pin "Mis Bessie F'rather their trenches to the north east of o day nmrit. i.noO Mrs. Bessie Clarluon Dead. Sixth Grade. Beitha Blankenship, same institution. He has met with o vote together or place in en o Ky. Eld. J. G. Livingston will preach Givenchy, the reports of the belligCoy, Henrv Baughman, Lncile Carter, Guy much sucoos in the practice of his Mrs. Bessie Clarkson, wife of Jeso velo)e 1,000 Smith. Margaret Wood, Robert Mc profession at this city and has fre at King's .Mountain at 11 o'clock on erent headquarters continue to con- se C. Clarkson, of McKinney, died at M. Sanders before depositing in 'Mis l'eachie tradict 'each other, one side claiming her home Wednesday, aged 35 years. o the ballot box. Vote may be o I'ainl Lick, Ky. Cormack, Woods Cover, Ola iiankin, quently been mentioned as the pi cit- Sunday morning. o clipped from the paper or they o Miss Lulu McWhorter .. . . 5,825 Emily Camenisch, James Baughman, able choice of the commissioners in Sunday School at Mt. Xenia Sun gains, while the other says that all The deceased leaves a husband and a o are given fiee on both old and (i,550 Joseph Walter, Gabe Raney, William the selection of the substitute judge day afternoon at 3 o'clock. Rev. C. attacks were repulsed with heavy Miss Docia Mctcalf little son to mourn the loss of a kind Ask for o new subscriptions. Tate, Thelma Powell. Lucille Wntcrs of the city police court." Brodhead. Ky. H. Greer will preach there immediate losses. So far as the west is concern and loving wife and mother. The o vote when paying your sub ed, however, the fighting, as has been 7.850 ind Anna Lee Eubank. Miss Judith McCall ly after the Sunday school is over. the Luncaster o scriptions. the case for months, consists largely interment occurred aflernon al 3 0,125 Seventh Grade Frances Cormney, 10,000 Gallons of Road Oil Here. Miss A.la Ward Rev. D. M. Walker will begin a A ten thousand-gallo- n tank of road protracted meeting Vie Gose 20,350 Janie Hocker, Mary Pettus, Mis Etta Cable at Hester's School oil has arrived here from the oil earen. .Smith, Sadie BcaK'e- Rcv- - J' Danville, Ky. House on the Rush Branch pike Mon- full examination of the steamer Ne- - Kve If there is any mistake In the count Ruby Hilton, Mary fields at Salt Lick, consigned to the day evening. Eighth Grade 41,875 Preaching each eve- braskan to be made when it reaches . nf unv fnntf.af iifitK nti tin 1i fhn Mis Elizabeth Dye .. Farmer, Margaret city of Stanford. The oil will be ning. All are invited. Couple, A Sevfnl Ye.r-Ol. 42,150 Belle Lyon, Sylvia T)r.vl-.- , . present date, call it to the attention Miss Joyce laylor port before expressmB any opinion m DaWeon, .Carrie Hester An applied to the streets just as soon as Carncntcr. Har-of the contest mnnnt-e- r befoie next j Junction Cit, Ky, At the Presbyterian church. Sun- inc case, .vi iireseiu u la iiui i.uuwu . they dry off sufficiently or it quits SampPa" Monday nii-h4,175 derson, Sara Cormney, Sarah Craig, raining. Mayor Florence made a test day, May 30, Sunday-schoMiss Bessie Wright 0:30 a. whether the American-owne- d steamer Sam B. -y Until further notice, contestants MNs Gerttude Richardbon 30,150 son. Mnry Brackett. Walter Brown- of the oil on Depot street for a short m; Morning Worship, 11 o'clock, "The was torpedoed or hit by a mine. The'Baughman and Earle will be allowed to poll n huilicient Shelby City, Ky C. h. vessel under convoy and its own byoth in dULtnie, Thuisd.iy and the oil spread Lesson of Josepharah s Vow. number of votes to place the ir stniul Miss Emily Murphy 7,375 ing. .Meeting. 7:00 p. m "The Call of For er, is proceeding toward Liverpool. . .,.. ,ve ,e as ure vigorous as Freshman Elizabeth Carter, An- nicely. The rain Thursday night will eign incs 10,000 votes in advance of the Ky. Liberty, Missions." Evening Service 7:30 prevent any further application today we were thirty years ago." Foley Kidleader of the preceilint issue. V'b-t5,425 nie V Craig, Allie R. Fish, Thelma however. Miss Mossie Bell .. Maybrier Walls. Just as soon as the thor- p. m. ney Pills stop sleep disturbing bladder more than the limit allowed are polled Miss Gertrude Cundiff .. 5,250 Francis, Nnncy K. McKinney, Annie oughfares dry sufficiently, work of Miss Lalla R. Maybrier and Mr. weakness, backache, rheumatism and Next Sunday at the Methodist R. Powell, Clarence Singleton, Cora the balance of the votes are dropped Bud, Ky. putting the oil on the streets will be church, the Sunday school will meet Joseph Walls, both of the Highland aching joints. Sold everywhere. back into the ballot box and pub- Miss Lennie Burton 1,000 B. Trostle, Annette Wearen, Gene gin. at 9:30 a. m. Preaching by the pas-to- r section, were married at the bride's Wood. lished in the followinir issue. Yoiemite, Ky. at 10:45 a. m. Epworth League home Thursday. Mrs. Walls is a Sophomore Henley Cash, Joe T. $1.75 the Round-TriDISTRICT NO. 1. J. J. Thompson's Will Probated. at 7:00 p. m. A cordial welcome to daughter of J. D. Maybrier and is a 1,000 Embry, Mutsy Grimes, Nellie W. Hill, Miss Ruby Lee Fot;le The L. and N. will run an excursion pretty and popular young woman. to Cincinnati Sunday, leaving here at Moreland, Ky. 1,000 Ferdinand Matheny, Pcttye Perkins The will of Jop J. Thompson, who every one at all services. Miss Sally Kstes died at his home in the Pieachersville Next Sunday evening at a union Her husband is nn industrious young 4:45 in the morning, at $1.75 for the 1,000 and Serena Young. Mis Minelle Pruitt fi.liHC Miss (Jay Jones round-trip- . 1,000 Mis Lydia Weddle The especial feature of Ti.tiGO Miss Anita Wells Junior Bessie Brackett, Lucille section a month or so ago, was pro- service to be held in the Prejbyte-lia- n fatmer. 1,000 Dudderar, Gertrude Gaines, Shliley bated at Lancaster Monday. It leaves church at 7:45, Rev. Joseph SevMiss Anna . Ucyolils 19,250 Mis Evelyn Cash . the day in the Queen City will be Are You Rheumatic? Try Sloan's Middlehurg Ky. Mis Olca Myers Cover, Jesse Hocker, Maggie Rankin, his widow the home place with 100 erance, who is with the Kentucky Tuthe ball game between the Reds and .10,050 If you want quick and real reli"f Pittsburgs. 1,000 Eflie Ware, Lucy Wilmot. acres to be hers absolutely us long berculosis Commission, will give a Mib Prudence Ferrell 1,1150 Miss Ruth Dye Rheumatism, do what so many 1,000 To his steteoptican lecture on Tuberculosis. fiom Miss Stella Jones .. ;. Senior Clinton Coleman, Mary S. as she remains a widow. McKinney, Ky. other people are doing Arabia, Ky. Cook, Sallie M. Craig, Harry Farmer, youngest daughter, Lucile he gives Everyone is motc cudiully Invited to thousand an attack comes on, bathe !AhS The invigoratin- - Whiff of The Miss Mary U. Beck ,, whenever 9,050 Miss Lake Carter 1,850 Ellen Mae Iloltzclaw, Boyce Huun, S.500 in cash and she is to share attend. me i ui ci Miss Ruth Cockintr . . The, following schedule has been the sore muscle or joint witn Sloan's Kittie Jones, Maggie Jones, Anne equally with the nine children the How it clears the throat and nead Miss Ruth Tanner Liniment. .No need 8.725 Our "Jitney" Offer Thi- and 5c Davis McRoberts, Bessie Moore, of his estate. James 11. and arranged for Sunday evening union applv the Liniment to rub it in just ' of its muccous ailments. It is this to the surface. It Miss Mary Lois Gann 8,225 DON'T MISS THIS. Cut this slip, Mary Moore Rauey, Vernn Hour, J. Frank Thompson are made execu services during the summer. w:onderfullv penetrating. It oes spirit of Newness and Vigor from tho , Crab Orchard, Ky. June (! Christian church, Rev. P. is enclose with five cents - to Foley & Mnyme Singleton, Elizabeth Warren, tors under the will. Piney Forests brought right to the seat of trouble and n hot- -' henlth-givinMary Bailey Miss l.S.IO Co., Cliicutro. III., writint- your name Gertrude Wilkinson, Harvey WilkinL. Bruce. tlo of Sloan's Liniment for 25c. of back by Dr. Bell's CT'-Miss Jalia Blown June 15 Methodist church, Rev. any druggist nnd have it in the house Antiseptic and healing. Bjy u bottle Beautiful Lesson In History. and address clearly. You will leceive son and Kate Lynn Wood. Mis Mn"y Gaines T2,Cir in return a trial packiiKO containini: The Interior Journal has gotten out I). M. Walker. against Colds. Sore and Swollen today. All druggists, 35c. Electric Mis Torey Anderson, IM! 2,050 Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, Presbyterian church, Joints, Lumbago, Sciatica nnd like Bitters a Spring tonic. a booklet of views along the Wilder June 20 Deaths in Madison Miss Wadio Thompson, l!,l'-- 5 2 colds and croup. Foley for coiiL-h.l.ibmiti Miumin un ov.C'nntVdpmtn ness Road, hereafter to be known as Rev. C. II. Greer. nllments, Your money back if not sat.,.., .... ... .. .. ...... Miss Ella R!t;sby Iti 2,150 Kidney Pills, and Foley Cathartic veteran nnd one of the best and most the Boone Way, which Is a little gem June 27 Methodist church, Rev. isfied, but is dues give almost inTake u pplendid ueulluu at the exMiss Mamie llolman 8,825 Tablets.. Sold everwhere. pense of the Interior Journal. stant I clicf. substantial citizens of the Kingston in typography, as well us aitistically. P. L. Bruce. July 4 Christian church, Rev. C. section of .Mailisou county, died Sat- Logan s Foit. Gov. Shelby's home: the urday Mrs. John Jones is dead In home of Gen. William Whitley, the II. Greer. July 11 Presbyterian church, Rev. the Million section of infirmities In Indian lighter, the nut brick house cident to old nge. Mrs. Settle, of built in Kentucky, and otht r picture I). M. Walker. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL'S July 18 Methodist church, Rev. P. the Big Hill neighhoihood, died in of great interest ure embodied, muk This Ballot .In. llfii.tii lmt.tiit.il frmn (nttirf.w Yn. ing it a iouII tienutiful 'cm on in his L. Bruce. Must Be July 25 Christian church, Rev. C. TRAVEL TOUR AND PRIZE CONTEST ceived hi a luuaway of several weeks tory. The Lexingtonian. Nomination Blank Good For 1,000 Vote- II. Greer. ago. Voted on or Aug. 1 Presbyterian church, Rev, CONTEST DEPT., INTERIOR JOURNALi Mt. Sterling Dry. Before An order for steel freight cars InFor the first time in u quarter of u I). M. Walker. I hereby nominate, at a candidate In your Big Travel Tour and Aug. 8 Christian church, Rev. P. volving expendltuies of $10,000,000 century, Mt. Sterling is dry, the June 3rd. Prize Contest: being closed for the lat time L. Bruce. was placed by the Pennsylvania railAug. 15 Presbyterian church, road this week. on Tuesday night. The old topers NAME ..m.. will have to attend couit at Lexing- Rev. C. II. Greer. Danger to Children. Aug. 22 Methodist church, Rev, ton now, as an excuse to get booze. P. O ., FOR DISTRICT No- Serious illnesses op.eu oult from I). M. Wulker. NOMINATED BY lingering coughs and colds. The hack Aug. 29 To be filled later. Be a "Grouch." Don't Address ing nnd coughing and disturbed sleep Many persons acquire u reputation , AdJreit rack a child's body and the poisons for crankiness and grouchlness when Medical authorities agree that This Coupon, when neatly cut out and brou;ht or mailed to weakens the system, so that disease their dispositions arc not to blame. colds ure infectious. In some cities Sand neceuary blank and Instruction. the Contest Department of the Interior Journal will count for the cannot bo thrown off. Foley's Honey l'eevishncss, irritation, morbidness, children with colds are burred from person whose name is written thereon. and Tar Compound has eased coughs, biliousness, melanclrolta most ofte-- i schools. Snrinc's chancing weather Note Only one nomination blank will be accepted for any one olds and croup for three generations; are the result of impaired indi'redhn Miring many colds. The quickest and candidate. The names of those making nominations will not be Contestaats should clip aad save the coupons and get their nn.l iuihiu i.ivi. l wiv vMiiiu.,,h ....r- ,. u y IU o.r... IUU. nnm.lia .1 ml safe to use and quick to act. There Is ui.u .nnt.l llt'it. . ..ln fn. tin ... t. TV!.- - '&iki3 ...n.. .. 0tVl nnl.la .UU,II. UIIU friends to do likewise. (Not good after the date above mentioned.) no better mediciae for croup, coughs lets make you light, cheerful and e' - croup is to give Foley's Honey and and colds. Sold everywhere. ergotic. Slid everywhere. Tur Compound. For sale tverywhero. 11 11 THE e? corn-pani- - 11 11 w Il ss -l I 0-- -- -- .,.'11 """-- ...... ."-:'- "-" iu.l '' Go-ve- r. R-- 4 urmiii-.'.niMi- lt-- nt K-- 3 -l 1 -l -l s. y . -i t, - -l i Ad-elia- J ooooooonooooooooooo -l first-clas- ( ooooooooooooooooooo t. .... "' ' d h"r ""eJ pow-.fj"".,- ,,, 1JI1 e -- i g y. R-- 2 T. U-- NOMINATE A CANDIDATE Good for 50 Votes , .. -- . -- iuti ;.' The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. CONDENSED REPORT To the Comptroller of the Currency by the LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK : May I st, 19 15 : Stanford, Ky. J Friday, May 28, 1915 The Interior Journal WALTON & . HIGH OFFICIALS TAKING TANLAC Judge., Mayor, and Prominent Hull. net Men Try Premier Preparation. SAUFLEY Editors II A nml Mnnnuera. TEAU BTtttCTLT ma f far. Ill IN MM ADVANCE 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, substantial 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 you. 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 sight-seeing, RESOURCES $323,597.40 137,650.00 10,750.00 Banking House Cash and Due from Banks 36,382.43 Loans Bonds and Stocks Lexington, Ky., May 27. "I have sold Tanlnc since the beginning of its introduction in Lexington, to the POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Mayors, Circuit Judges nand to many prominent business men The Interior Journal Is authorized of the most in to announce the following candidates and professional men the Kentucky," Lexington for office, subject to the Democratic said Wm. E. Stagg, d nicest. primary, August 7th, 1015. The demand for the preparation For Circuit Judge has been phenomenal. In nil of my C. A. HARDIN, of Mercer county. twenty years' experience in the drug CHAS. C. FOX,, of Uoyle county. business I have never seen anything tnlirii at fat trend tUil nail roff el fnrj M Total - $508,379.83 "In ndditlon to the Lexington deE. V. rURVEAK, of Boyle county. R. W. KEEN'ON, of Mercer county. mand, Tanlac has benn shipped from J. S. OWSLEY, Jr., Lincoln county. my store to Kansas City, Mo.: Colo For Railroad Commlttloner county. J. E. NEWMAN, of Nelson county. For Circuit Clerk JESSE D. WEAKEN. MARSHALL C. NEWLAND For Representative in Legislature WM. F. KLAIR, of Fayette W. G. GOOCH. The public and the administration were both shocked by the news of the torpedoing of the American steam ship, Ncbraskan, in the wnr zone. The incident not only suggested that Germany has not ceased submnrine war fare but causeil especial comment in that it involved attack on a craft flying the American flat;, on its way to a home port, so that there could have been no suspicion that it was enrrying goods to allies. One of the dispatches says that the ship had hauled down her flag a few moments before she was struck, but this may or may not be true. The ship's name was painted on her sides in box car letters, which could be read for miles, and there are many other reasons why the crippling of it can not be rightfully claimed as accidental oran error. Germany seems to be doing her darndest to involve this country in war, and if she goes much further with her deviltry, success will crown her efforts. Cool, conservative, patient and forebearing, President Wilson cannot stand any and all insults and he may be expected to act if Germany continues her dastardly course toward the United States. For Commonwealth' Attorney to equal it. LIABILITIES Capital, Surplus, Profits $206,099.79 98,000.00 Circulation 184,280.04 Deposits 20,000.00 Bills Payable $508,379.83 Total "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE" WHILE AT COURT You are cordially invited to call at our store and see our splendid stock of rado Springs, Colo.; Denver, Colo.; Memphis, Tenn.; Meridian, Miss.; Pn.; JackHonnillu, S. D.; I'lUt-ur- g. sonville, Fin.; Louisville, Ky.; Tiffin, Ohio; Cincinnati, Ohio; Columbia, Tenn. ; Palm Bench, Flo.; Phoenix, Ariz.; Los Angeles, Cnl., and many other points too numerous to mention You mny rest assured that every city in Kentucky also has heard of Tanlac. "I enn only account for the great demand for this preparation by the fact that it is n gooir medicine. That is proved by the numerous statements from those who have tested the medicine and arc now convinced of its excellent merits. The public has evidently not been rlow lo appreciate the Tanlac merit. "Practically $20,000.00 worth of Tanlac has been so: and distributed through my store within the past few weeks. Such a demand is most certainly unprecedented. Mr. My with associations Cooper and the agency for Tanlac has very pleasant. I therefore take been pleasure in commending .Mr. Cooper and his very excellent preparation." Tanlac, the premier preparation, on sale in Stanford at Penny's Drug Store, where is is being introduced here. MASON'S GAP. and $10. If you travel use good baggage. McROBERTS & BAILEY MAIN STREET ! Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Shirts, Ties, Undershirts, And everything a man wears. Our stock 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 STANFORD, KENTUCKY FOR THE TIRED. RUNDOWN AND OVERWORKED The second conviction of Police Lieutenant Charles Becker, for instigating the murder of Herman Rosenthal, New York gambler, was upheld by the Court of Appeals, and he must die now unless he can obtain executive clemency from Gov. Wht-mawho as district attorney of New York, prosecuted him, or can obtain a reversal by the United States Supreme Court. If Becker is guilty of the charge, as he has been proven to be he should die. and the quicker he is put to death the better off the country will be. n, THE BARGAINSTORE SALEM & SALEM. WHEN YOU PAINT USE "The Brand That Satisfies " The Elkton Times says that Editor Harry Sommers of the Elizabethtown News could have been elected governor by 30,000. Much as we love him we are going to give our honest opinion about the matter, whether it is sought or not, and that is that neither Sommers nor any other democrat who sets himself up as opposed to the democratic principle of giving the people a vote on as important an prohibition, can be issue as state-wid- e elected governor of Kentucky. The Knights Templar edition of the Danville Messenger is a "peach." There are twenty pages of it, printed on highly calendared book paper and each page brimful of interesting matIt is a ter, profusely illustrated. credit not only to the Messenger office but to the little city in which it From a historic was lrotten out. standpoint the. edition is almost Charles H. Milliken was defeated for president of the Travelers Protective Association at the State meet ing new in raaucan, raui winn, oi HopkinsviIIe, being Unsuccessful can didate. Mr. Millikin is acandidate for the democratic nomination for Secretary of State and his opponents am wondering if this isn't an off year with him and if defeat like railroad wrecks, won't come in trios. A Los Angeles judge has just or dered a woman to pay alimony to her H. & W. Pure Prepared Paint DUriABLE Farmers have been put behind with their work on account of so much rain. Deafness Cannot Be Cured,, Mr. A. L. Thompson was out to see t!..r., it tlifj- .r.r.ot na.ti lb Mr. E. L. Miracle Saturday on busi lr K'il H.rtl.in ! Ihr Mr Tbi'ri" la it.Ij roe illMH. il nil tUil l lr fiwultutU.n. iX tuenr. ness. I'jr fcn ;nl.m.t luafi.a Mis Elizabeth Davis visited her at rrmiMlle. thf murwut Itllnim II.. cmitttlon nt l nil aunt and uncle at King's Mountain Tut. When (tils luuvrfrttInlUmnl J"U n.lIn" wbm rumMlog tnrln;. niiiit r l llw nault. an.1 the past week. It 1. .ntlrtir rli0 taarn nit ami liillamniatlea antra. Little .Myrtle lhompson spent rn- - tbl tutI be renril to lt ran normal Mil day night with Miss Laura Miracle. lie "111 ! dwtrojnl ra.r. out of but ten ari rauwil lr ratarrh. bM la Davis is on the sick list an liiSanwd nmilllfcin Jlrs. if tb mtlril .orfarta. ra f ir any ll sit On Itundr..! Dollar this week. (raucl ty catarrM that cannot Mr. and Mrs. Will Kirkpatrick were Dt Icafiir atarrh Curr. Sml for clrru, by visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Robards cnriM frif. llall'a tan. co., Wni), o. v. i. ntr.snY and f imily Sunday. Sold by I'roctl.t". 7.V. Mrs. II. C. Hunt was out to see her Take Italia family l'llla fur cumtljatkn. daughter, Mrs. B. R. Davis this week. Mrs. Effie Bishop of Moreland wns It Pays to Advertiae. here with her parents last week. Messrs. Lee Kirkpatrick and George It pays to advertise. Hut that Hurst passed through here Monday fact is so well established that it is on their way to Ottenheim. useless to talk about it. Mr. J. S. Kev. Cieorge Hasty will hold a Hundley, now of Hoyle county, while meeting at E. L. Miracle's the first here court day lost a black ribbon Sunday in June. Everybody is cor- watch fol which he thought a great dially invited to attend. dra' of because it was a gift from n Mr. Charles Thompson was the friend. While here Monday last he n welcome guest of his friend Otis advertised for it. While the paper containing the "ad" was being printed Sunday. Buying and selling farms seem to Tuesday afternoon, Dr Lee Hill, of be the order of the day in this neigh the Lincoln County National Hank, borhood. walked in and handed the fob to one Miss Cordic Miracle entertained n of the I. J. lirm. It had been found number of her friends Saturday eve- by some one who left it at the bank, ning. Everyone reported an enjoy hoping that its owner would got it, able time. Some of those who at but he very probnuly never would tended were: Misses Florence Burke have had not the little lost advertiseand Pearl Hooker, Messrs Howard ment been inserted. Kirkpatrick. Will Miracle, Lee Kirk patrick, Chns. Thompson, Herold You Johnson, George Hurst, Joe Kirkpat- Here's rick and Chas. Burke. Mrs. Annie Hooker and her niece, The People's Market Place AdverMiss Pearl Hooker s;.ent the day with tise What You Have to Sell Mrs. John Hooker Sunday. POSTED. John Herzog. i f Kj.t-.it.u-4 foo-.rr- . Wil-der- ' PERSON There are certain times of the year when everyone is more or lew put out of condition and vc reco.n' mend REXALL CELERY AND IRON TONIC This invaluable nerve builder will nid in restoring nil the organs of the body to n healthy state, toning up and invigorating the system, and giving new energy to the spirits. Will not derange the ttomach. Your in n tic v bark if not satisfied. $1.00 the Uottlr. mmmmmmJmtjmmmmimmmmmmmm Sold Only liy U. Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, THE REXALL STORE THE MOST Ky. ATTRACTIVE LINE OF SILKS, CREPES, CREPE DECHENE, SILK AND WOOL POPLINS. IN CRAB SHOES AND OXFORDS, SILK HOSE EVER SHOWN i i ORCHARD. COME TO SEE FOR YOURSELF, What Want L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky . FHBTECTS YOUR BEAUTIFIES Ponce dc Leon Failed; His Prize !s Found LOST Rear license tag No. 0401. Reward for return to this office. 43tf T. D. NEWLAND Opposite the Court-House, PROPERTY H. & W. Paint works freely under the brush, covers surface thoroly to stay covered, also leaves an attractive appearance. Never use cheap Paint (the Best is always cheap- est in the end) therefore ask your dealer for H. & W. Pure Prepared Paint and accept no substitute. jj ') 1 divorced husband. If the loony takes the money he ought to be shot. 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. If the Austrian "dogs of war" are successful in their attacs on the town of Bologna, of Italy, will it be a case of "dog eat dog?" Ponce dc Leon, the daring explorer, searched among the swamps of Honda for the Fountain of Youth, which the Indians said would restore power and make people young. He did not find it. Thousands of chronic intestinal, bowel and stomach sufferers have written to Geo. H. Mayr, 154 Whiting St., Chicago, in quest of health. They have found it. His remedy, composed of healing vegetable oils from France, has indeed given them back the health of youth. Why suffer from indigestion, gases on the stomach, fainting spells.torpid liver, constipation and all the evils of a disordered stomach when there is permaMayr's Wonderful nent relief here? Remedy is sold by leading druggists everywhere with the positive understanding that your money will be refunded without question or quibble if ONE bottle fails to give you absolute satisfaction. Graduating Prcient at Mueller's Jewelry Store, Stanford. TOHACCO PLANTS for sale. 2 miles west of Highland, H. II. Jones, Wants to Sell You a W. J. Oliver I Stanford, 43-- lt YOUNG Jersey bulls for sale. Ex- tra, both in quality und breeding. 43-F. Reid, Danville. 4t Plow. A Plow that is O. K. Also Your Good Fresh Garden Seed. LOST Front license tag from No. 112(1-1Reward for return to 43-l- p A. It. Mutheny, Stanford. . LOT good heifers for snlc. Smith, Hiatt, Ky. R. L. 43-- t Ten voung cows with calves by side. Josh Jones, Stanford,1 R. K. D. No. 2. 3B8U. FOR SALE. 50,000 sweet potato plunts Southern Queens 20c; BrazilW. S. Wigham, ian 25c per 100. 42-i- p Moreland. Go To ' Farris' For Your THE GRAY ENGINE The Best Gasoline Engine Made. Hatsa fsa.kj.ia..""'", rat LANtiQur FOR SALE Eli Hay press in first class condition. Will fcell reasonable. Address Albert Schuler, Waynesburg, It. F. I). No. 1. LOST 41-- Garden Tools and Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right. agaareesra.-.uu.xa Handy For Farm Use And Simplicity Itself. Call and See It. I iww,tfHT n 6ak1 j I uVX There's nothing like Hanna's Nobby Tread auto tire, 4 rim and casing. Reward if returned to 43-- lt Dr. 0. G. Perry, Stanford. Stnford on Tuesday night, u U. S. Between Danville and (JENUiNK Uerman Millet Seed for sale by the Junction City Lumber Co., (Incorporated), of Junction City, Ky. 37-- UNION SUITS. B. V. D. Warner & Bower, Stanford, Ky. for turning bright and beautiful into No matter how worn ones. they are Lustro-Finis- h dingy-floor- s WILL break your horses to ride and drive, also gait them when so desired. Terms reasonable und good care given to them. Address Thos. 41-- 3 Huckley, Stanford, Ky. I and Porosknit For Men and Boys. Kentucky Fresh Vegetables Always on Hand. Get Them in Three Times Each Week. HainasLustitFini: makes them like new. Get a and try it yourself. Stains can and varnishes at one application. Makes old furniture new and beautiful. mmmmmmmmammmm AUTO LIVERY I am now pre pared to make trips anywhere, day or night, rates reasonable. (live me n trial. Jas. Tribble. Phono 133. 11- W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard -1 A. S. PRICE Office DENTIST Hours, E to 4 o'clock Over Shugar's Drug Store J. C. M'Clary JJ,W gLmft J. L. Beazley & Co., A Ml. ! Best of Fruits of Various Kinds. Call and Get Some. HARRY JACOBS Manufacturers and Dealers in High - Class Monuments. Orieinal Deilgnt and Prompt Service E. B. Campbell, Stanford. For Sale by W. A TRIBBLE, S tanford. Ky. L. L. SANDERS, C rab Orchard, Ky. G. B. PRUITT, Mor.land, Ky. Xt&tf.. f." .dndoWosr.turdn.yrmpheory. STANFORD i AND va-- , EMBALMED ph-- KENTUCKY 0,,ce phone ,87- BTFQRD, Hww n UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Matting, Rugs. FurniFurniture ture Exchanged far all Kindt Of Stick. STANFORD. KY, KENTUCKY. PHONE 42 fjMjgfc- - Tyr.-- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, May 28, 1915 In n gnme ngninut Georgetown HAVE YOU WEAK LUNGS? the other day, he starred at the but and In the field, nnd Tins all the enr Do cold settle on your chest or In your marks of n comer in the great nation-- 1 bronchial tubes? Do coughs hang oil, or al game. are you subject to throat troubles? Such troubles should have Immnlinte Health Promotes Happiness treatment with the strengthening powers Without health, genuine Joy is imof Scott's Kmulslon to guard against possible; without (,oil indigest.on consumption which so easily follows. and regular bowel movement you enn Scott's Kmulslon contains nurecod liver not hsvc htalth. Why neglect Keeping oil which peculiarly strengthens the res-- , bowels open nnd risk being sick anil piratory tract and Improves the quality of niling? You don't have to. Tnkc one the blood: tint clvcerine in it soothes and i small Dr. King's New Life Pill nt heals the tender membranes of the throat. ' night, in the morning you will have n Scott's U prescribed by the best special full, free bowel movement nnd feel lata. You can get it at any drug store, much better. Helps your nppetitc and icott & Down. MogmGcM, digcttlon. Try one tonight. pern. 3 Hand-Tailore- d ' Here's the HAVE YOU A BANK ACCOUNT ????? If not, do you expect lo fo through life without one? I , for any Man who Likes Smartness in Clothes, and who Desires Practical Economy in Connection with it. Palm Beach and Suits. dance "! . Improve your financial Make money condition. save it. the Dfpo.it It In FIRSTNATIONAL BANK where It will earn you Intereit and secure you a living when you are old and too infirm to work. I t t I : Asntiy Wnrren was in i.ancasur today with relatives and friends. Miss Annie Chancellor has returned home nfter a short visit to MM Mary Dee Heck at McKinney. Mr. John McKinney nnd daughter, Miss Nannie McKinney, of near Mt. Salem, were in town this morning for a few hours. Miss Mary Walker, of Ijincnstcr, who hns been the guest of Mrs. J. C. Hays, returned home this morning. Miss Mary Gaines, who hns been here nttcmhng school left for home KIDD'S STORE. Sam Cnmpbc-l- l was burned out of house and home near Willow Grove nnd Is ncnln guest of his wife's rela- Rev. Dnvld Sharp of Methodist per- suasion delivered n series of interesting sermons at the Iiaptirt sanctuary on Frye's Creek. Kthely Mays and our skillful VuU enn James K. Snow, have corMructed of odd and ends of machine- - n fir t tivc at this center. M -i , They are just another example of our efforts to produce and sell the best suits that men can secure any where at the popular price, $7.50, $10 and $12.50. Peoplo Ask Us exjcricnrc in felling nil kinds leads us to always recommcDd ah tbo safest, What la Iho best laxative? Years of tury. inostBaUilao bold only by u, 1 0 cents. Penny's Drug Store. sun-Han- Personal and jSocial Mis Mac I'heli, of IE i hmond, is the guest of Mrs. It. C. Ilorker. F. DeHorde. LancasWillie Wilkinson, tho Jav Rirtc, of HuKtonwlU. isItitfe. ter,Miss the guest of .MissofGertrude is gutwt rrf his uncle, J. I.. McKee Mis Jomicttn Kldridgc, of Paint Wilkinson. Miss Kmily Murphy, of Shelby City, I.iok, is th' attractive guost of Mis is the guest of her nunt. Mm. George Sallie Mills Craig. William J. Yager, who graduated F. DeHorde. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hutsell, of nt Millendiurg Military Institute, reare spending a few days at turned home Wednesday night. I .Sens tor It. I.. Iluhblc went to Martinsville, ml. Jessamine News. Mm. J. Hubbard, of Itirhmond, has morning for a 1Oiiihville Thursday been the guest of Mrs. Isane Hubbrief stay. lo'cph Severance win over from bard near Millodgeville. Miss Christine :.:erritt left this s Frankfort Thursday wth his week to spend the summer at her here. Danville. Mr. Ilettc I.aKiif ram up from home in I.ucile Gastineau returned to Miss I.ouitvllc Wednesday to visit nor sifher home at Middtesboro, where she ters in this county. Misa Louise Hiitfman is spending will spend the summer. Judge and Mrs. W. T. Dais, of witfi Turnorsvillc tola-tithe week-enI'ineville, have been the guests of Mr. anil friends. Mr. (leorge Harris, of Hirming-ham- , and Mrs. W. L. McCarty. Huston Powell, who represents the Ala., is the guest of J. It. HarLouisville Soap Company, was here ris and family. of today calling on the local groeerymen. Mint Marguerite McCormaek, Mr. J. C. Osborne, of Knoxville, Huctonville, is the guest of her sifter, joined his wife here this week nt the Mrs. l.ogan Hubble. home of her mother, Mrs. Charlotte d Mr. M. K. Phelp- - went to Thursday to visit relatives and Warren. Miss Kuth Darmil went to Danville friends for a few days. Mrs. John II. Nevius and children, Sunday to visit relatives and friend? Flemings-burof Lebanon Junction, arrived Wed- before going to her home at nesday to visit Mrs. Mattie Nevius. Dr. and Mrs. T. II. Singleton, of Mise Mary Louise anil fcusan CommenceFisher Woods are visiting their McKinney, attended Wednesday ee- grandmother. Mrs. Kmmet McCor ment exercises here Ining. maek at Hustonville. Misses Mis Sophia Hill, of Somerset, will 'and MaryMargaret and Kuth Heck Gnnn, of McKinney, arrive next week to be the attractive 'hnve been Lois attractive gueits of the guest of her friends, Mis Mary Lynn Miss Klizabeth Hunn. Fox. Mr, nnd Mrs. W. II. Higgins left Mrs. J. II. Shanks and Miss MarVn to be the garet Shanks left this week to vis- today for Hichmond, Dr. Harry HifT-- I guests of their son, it Mrs. II. K. Hourne, at New Cas- gins and wife. tle. daughilertha Johanna Camenlxrh is the t Mrs. James A. iicazley and Lanter. Miss Mildred BeHzley, of name of n cute little girl who arrived caster, were the nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Hays Wednesday. guests of Mrs. Will 1). Camenisch. This is the tenth ! .Mis Minnie Kupley, who has been child born to the happy couple. Miss Bobbie Tucker and Miss Chil- teaching in St. Augustine, Fin., for took Wednes- the past year, is here for the summer dress, of day's train for Mt. Vernon, where with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. they will spend some time with Kupley. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Taylor and friends. Mrs. W. I1. Kincaid went to Lex- children, of this city and G. M. Lyons ington yestctday to see her daughters nnd wife, of Lancaster, motored to Miwes Adelia and Ilellc Russell, who Frankfort Thursday to be the guests days. have been attending sihool al Mid- of Mr. G. It. Lyons for a few county's Cunditl", Casey W. C. way. The Anderson News says that K. clever county clerk, was in the city D. Kennedy, assistant secretary of last night, having diivcn up from the State Hoard of Equalization, was Liberty to meet his daughter, who had been visiting in Mt. Vernon. u guet of W. M. Duncan, of Lester S. O'llannon, a graduate of from Saturday until MonState University this enr, who plnye day. Miss Klizabcth Higgins, who came in the State University Cadet Hand, home from tho College of Mumc of was here Thursday with his father, Lester had Cineit.nati, to take p.irt la the Hath Dr. W. H. O'llannon. Club Recital on Monday evening, has (been in Danville playing in the Webb Miis Iliggui-- ; will gradu iCommandery Hand of Lexington for returned the Conclave. ate from this college in June. Win-Chestlno-Ihrrd o Rich-mong. .e i i I . Phillips, of Liberty, is the guest of Misa Gertrude Wilkinson. Mrs. Kilgar Reynold, of Mehiiuiey, is the guest of Mr- -, a. M. Hum). Mi-- g Jennie Duncan, of Lancaster, 11 the guest of her sister, Mrs. Charlotte Warren. Miss Nancy Yeager in the guest of Mrs. J. Ernest Frank in Danville this week for the Conclave. Mrs. C. C. Hose and Miss Ilettic West, of Lancaster, have been the guests of Mm. Hello Perkins. Mrn. J. F. Iirue, of Louisville, has been visiting he sister, Mm. George MisH Ollie class well drill which is promised er- ly demand if the raine continue to at Crab Orchard th- - morning. Mr and Mrs. C. II. Jctt, of Madison slight us. Wilchcr brought In n lnrgc Arthur county, spent several days with Mr. rattlesnake killed as he came to town. and Mrs. Kichard Cobb, while attend- The rattles were charred by the late ing the conclave nt Danville. to almost powder. CerMrs. George Hnrris, of Birming- 'forest fire salamander mjst ham, Ala., wno has been been visit- tainly a strain of of thnt sering her brother-in-laJ. IJ. Harris, have nvertcd cremation went to Lancaster this morning to pent. large viper was killed just out of A visit Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Hnrris. She town limits. was accompanied by Miss Katherine theMrs. Edd Reid alarmed by prolongHarris. fellows, who had Among those who nttended the ed stay of her little went in quest of gone to the spring dance and reception nt Danvilc on them to find them engaged in capture Friday evening ,were: Dr. nnd Mrs. d a large rattlesnake. The T. W. Pennington, Mr. Hownrd New-lan- d of boy had the monster pinned nnd Miss Mary Dee Heck, Mr. to ground with a stick and told T. K. Tudor and .Miss Kntie Lynn his the mother he intended to Uike it to Wood, Mr. Carl Carter and Miss: the house to her. He said he heard it belle Tompkins, Mr. John Fields and "buzzing" as he went to the spring 1! ck, .Misses Elizabeth Hunn, Kuth nnd stopped and found it as he re-- 1 nnd Margaret Heck, Mr. Robert Car t That the be . escaped seems seen-yer.r-ol- 7 , ; We alone in Stanford sell the Hart, Schaffner & Marx all wool clothes, the best clothes to be had at $15, $18, $20 and $25. , ' Union Suits in "Coopers," Wilson Bros.' Porus Knit and other makes. Athletic Knee Lengths, nnd the regular styles, in knitted, and cut and suede fabrics, at 50c to $2. Slimmer Shirts in wonderful soft and breezy materials in a perfect harmony of Spring's new colorings. See them and surprise yourself at the values, 50c to $1.50. Phoenix Silk Hose, with or without clockings, in all the newest shades, 50c to $1.50. ( Wonderful Blood Remedy Thai Works in the Tissues The Viry laht Thtory About How and Why tho is Disordered. Cooper, Itny Tanner, IMwurd Tanner, dangerously near the reptile to have Harvey Wilkinson, Miother tarter, excited its rattle of warning, and his Hubert Carpenter, Stewart Carson, later experience were truly miracuWilliam Carson, Hryan Perkins, Jesse lous. The womun crushed the serDocker, Hartwcll Shanks, Joe Hill, pent's head but her heel was not the James Tribble, Arthur CotTey anil weapon. Thought of the incident proover, the crowd went into the National bank has prayed Iloyce Hunn duces shudders. Truly there seemsn mocriuy a court to restrain me sec- - ,wcre nan special Providence protecting chil- the supreme treasury and comptrol- - uhiiuk sherbet andchjujcu strawberries. Six-lcream, retary of the dren and the drunken. of the currenecy in their alleged Iteen large cakes were served, which The lure of the river endures discrimination and persecutions to .for excellency were unequalled, and picnickers and sports- damage of its reputation and threat- - Something over thirty dollars was The wife of George Sandusky, the men almost daily are impelled by hope n Negro blacksmith, died ened destruction of its business. To realized, lor wnicn tne lames 01 me of better l'Kk ii"xt time Hopes Vedneday night. inquisitors into court is of Christian church desire to thank the deferred do not sicken our hale the Jesfe .Meyers, a I.ancastor negro, course declaration ot tneir legitmaie public wno patronized tnem. fUhermen to disgust. who lived in Stanford many yeurs, Mrs. Agnes Herrin has purchased methods and invitation of judicial inA disastrous collision of auto and died there Monday. an automobile. vestigation. O tempora. O mores g and buggy was of came A number of interesting news let Mrs. Burke of Louisville closeness at n bridge neur Wednesday to visit Mrs. M. E. Fish ters from over the county were CRAB ORCHARD. ap- tow.i last week. crowded out today. They will and see her grandson Montez Fish A curve, approximating a righ an On Inst Friday evening. May 20, graduate from the tenth grade. pear next week gave a most enjoy- gle, fringed with foliage of bushes j the Odd Mrs. L. F. Jones gave a supper to a John IJoIJorile, of trau Urcnnnl, is assisting his brother, Juiler Oeorge and trees, makes a specially danger- nble banquet anil leu one of the select company of friends Wednesday ous point needing a warning sign post largest crowds seen here in many evening. She will leave Friday for a DeHorde, during the scimIoii of circuit peei-lieof "go slow, watch, wait, listen!" A das. SfVcUu lille Were visit of several weeks to her parents, court wheel of a buffsy ran off edge of the made and excellent toasts given and near London. Little Porter will acJ. II. Hubble, of the Courier-Journa- l, was a caller this morning. Mr. bridge precipitating driver across davh thev nroved their ability to entertain. company her. Mrs. Caltha Newland was in StanHubble recently burled his wife, who without other damage tnan a snaKe- - There is no order grander than the was a duughter of James Hcnson, of up and fracture of buggy whip, whilst Odd Fellows, and no fraternal order ford Tuesday and brought Miss Iva-m- a by doinir better work, for the upbuilding auto just escaped a turtle-tur- n Ballou home with her to spend a the HeiiMint Point section. few days with Miss Elizabeth New-lanJames J. Painter, of Kockcastle, is stomiinL' on edire of embankment. A and uplifting of the human race. On Thursday, .May iu, tnerc was working third trick at Rowland dur- gentle horse and the benignant ProvMr. Steve Teater, of Pine Hill. Ky., ing the illness of Jack Lawrence, idence just now environing us attest a grand nanquei given in .uasonic in honor of is with his mother, Mrs. Emma Farris Uio is at his home at Mt. Vernon. that we are yet in the hollow of His llnll hv tho Masons Mr. Ijtwrence was not improved at hnnd. The hum and honk of auto and wives, husbands and sweethearts of for a few days rest up, as he has not auto truck are frequent nnd familiar that order. An order of "bastern been well for a few days. liv-- t accounts. e clatter of the scores Star" was organized with about Mrs. Maggie Gover and Miss Judd The Lancaster Record prints the as the Grand speeches, of Stanford, attended services at the picture of hand.Mme little Henry of daily lumber wagons. It is notable twenty members. Shelby Fih, mn of Mr. and Mrs. I. W. that a greater number of autoes than anjj a general good time was had, Christian church Sunday. passes daily. and everything good to eat was served Fiidi, of Crab Orchard. The young- of horse spring-vehiclThe Baccalaureate Sermon preachTwo of a small bunch of tat nogs and it does not look like hard times ed by Rev. Manifold Sunday evening ster is an entry in the pony contest was greatly enjoyed by all piesent the Record is conducting and his started from here to market last Sat- has struck C. O. yet. On Monday night May 24, the Ju- and we hope the pupils will long refriends claim ne nas a good show to urday, were left dead on the roadside and a third near Moreland added to nior exercises of the Graded School member his advice. win it. took nlace. There never has been a Mrs. Willis has been sick for sevJudge J. S. Owpley ot Stanford, the loss. Tropical hats and artic wTaps are larger crowd in attendance than was eral days. was here a few days ago. He is a and Mr. Morris Adams, a graduate in candidate for commonwealth's attor- rather incongruous combination on here to witness the little tots how nntlf-n- l rL-- line ftiitiA nn n nflrn ney, an ollice which he tilled with abil- Folded Hands brafhren of sunny sides thev each did tine work, showing bestowed on lower Majn ant Is preparej to do ity, with every prospect of winning but not more so than grangers in much care the teachers had .. ..- rig- upo n them. We wish we had space . the nomination, which is equivalent horse blankets and overcoats. The to election in that Democratic strong- or of Blackberry winter now prevail to mention each one, but we will say'pie. and looked not one, but all did line ing, is severe. Mr an(1 Mr3 Si,iney Drake and hold. The Lexingtonian. Midnight clouds averted the frost sweet. son, Benny, go to Ohio Friday to Dr. J. A. Trostie tells us that his the exercises visit Mn Drag's mother. They will Monday Immediately after and dreaded services have been engaged to unite threatened be gone several weeks. in the solemn rites of matrimony night. or A Real Tliency Medicine Always State Engineer 1'. u. We are having lots of rain and Rev. Taylor Guthrie, of .Mexico, Mo., wrestling con Reliable heavy electrical storms, but everyone and Miss Virginia I'otts. the attrac- Frankfort, is with us tive daughter of Mr. R. L. I'otts, of vincingly with sceptical of their need I feel that I ought to tell what I predicts n short wheat crop in this White's Station, Madison county, on and the value of good roads. and what section. know about Swamp-Roo- t mornTobacco season Wednesdny Wednesday next. me. I was down and rushing' the setting it has done for quit work in 1900. 1 N Use to Try and Wear O c Your Miss Mary Klizabeth McKinney, ing. Growers are out and had to who graduates nt the Northampton, of such plants as are fit. only weighed 135 pounds. The doctor Cold It Will Wear Yo Out Instead flourishing said I had Kidney trouble in the worst Recently the clergy of a Mass., Oral School this year, has been Thousands keep on against Sun- form, and mv liver was out of order: Coughs and Colds throuch suffering given a position as teacher in the city combined in protests neclect amuse- and I had Rheumatism so badly I nnd delay. Why make yourself an Deaf and Dumb Institute nt Cave day recreations and especially attend- could not get around. One day 1 easy prey to serious ailments and visments which diminisn thuich Spring, G. Mi" McKinney will it in New York before her return to ance by diversion to greater attrac- picked up an almanac and saw your epidemics as the results of a neglecttions than thnt the churches have advertisement, and it fit my case ex- ed Cold? Coughs and Colds sap your Stanford. bottle and strength and vitality unless checked Local Agent H. C. Carpenter hold been able to proide. Later, a base actly. I got a a Maxwell touring car this week to ball combine is reported as trying to tool: it and when it was gone I felt so in the early stages. Dr. King's New Mrs. Agnes Herrin, of Crab Orchard. put through a municipal embargo on much better that I bought five more Discovery is what you need the first Swanm-Rodose helps. Your head clears up, you Mr. Curpenter is placing this car al Sunday afternoon "movies" which di- bottles of Di. Kilmer's man: mv over this and other counties and it vert too many fans from their Sun and I was a well weigh 219 weight in I breathe freely and you feel so much pounds. better. Buy a bottle today and start is proving a very popular and service- day games. It occurs to a mossback creased until I feeling fine and I able vehicle. He sold a similar car thnt if the clergy would adopt a Sun- am 05 years old day. I nm three men taking at once. have day afternoon series of "movies" il- and work every to C. C. Combest, of Liberty, alo. me when 1 nail to worK Hon. A. O. Stanley, candidate for lustrative of many of the thousands who knew in 190G, and who quit makt will in the Mill the democratic nomination for gover-lo- r, of natural, artistic a.ia scientific facts affidavit to my present health. came to Stanford Wednesday for of which so little is known and which If you want to use the above statea fchort while and was introduced will be interesting and valuably in- ments as my testimonial, you have R L. Hubble, n structive their problem will have been my consent. around by dose friend, nnd who will lend the- solved measurably at least. Pardon Yours very truly, in this- the presumption but if style of .iifht for the V. T. GRAVES, tho present race. They wont homiletics were moved a peg or two county in Audeison, Indiana. Danville. from the ruts Qf tradition and specuf:om here to Personally r.pufarci before ro. tins in propagandist! and put on a 4th day of February. 1914. W. 1 Mis Anne Davis lation The name of oniiitet' smooth track of the demonstrable and Graves, who subscribed the above was inadvertently write-u- p of the Hach Club manifest would not interest be in- statement and made oath that the ftom the Recital, which was givou on last Mon- creased at cost of very little extra same is true in substance and in fact. ROBERT E. HRAGDON, day evening. Miss MeRoberts was a labor in the versatile parson's study? Notary Public. member of the Hach Club. She ren- And, if tho ball fraternities would My commission expires Jan. 8th, dered her felection in a most intel- weed out their buchmaii and exploit on the job material 1917. ligent style at the recital, especially only their wr.il would bo mitigated if not the duo with Miss Mary Moore ter and .Miss erna Itout, James providential, for he must have pascd I Phillips & Phillips. "" er Heard About Town ly well-know- ly of the Hamilton Valley section. a sow and five shoats for $35. h. L. ilson bo jght of George Hopkins, seven nice hogs for $(18. D. Davis bought some corn from Jack Saylor for $3 a barrel. John Davis bought of Garner Price-o-f Crab Orcinvd, a sow and pigs for $1(1. SINGLETON STORE. E. L. Wilson bought of Ebb hair-raisin- flesh-creepi- s d. Andy Davis bought of Garner Price, a sow and pigs for $32.50. J. S. Davis bought ten shoats from John Cress, the Prenchersville stock dealer for 535. John Singleton of Fall Lick had a colt to die Joe Hopkins, of Green Briar, lost a nice mule colt. Joe Saylor of Mill Springs valley, delivered his hogs to John Cress, which he had engaged to him at seven cents a pound. There was a large crowd at church Sunday at Bethel. Rev. Peace delivered an interesting sermon. one-tim- Scratched 40 Years Used D. D. D., All Itching Gone I Thl Is the netunl experience of Anno Crorr.un. Santa ftosa. Cal., wllh the wonderful D. 11. D. l'ri'nerljtltili. D D. D. Is the procn r.cicma Cnr the mllil waiih that Klcs Instant rellcC In all forms of akin trouble Cleanses the skin of all Impurities washes away blotches unit pimples. leaitiR the skin ns smooth and healthy" ss that uf a chlbl. Get a SOc bottle of this wonderful Eczema Curo today und keep It In tho house. We know that V.D. D. will do all that Is claimed for It. New Stanford Drug Co. ., i.. .:,'f. ( v.c-bbe- When Motoring to ....DANVILLE.... J ! Stop At The Shop Perfect. And Refresh Yourself in our Soda Parlor. , one-doll- ar ot SHOP PERFECT (Incorporated) DANVILLE. - i I KY. Hot Weather Clothing. WE HAVE A NEW LINE OF PALM MEN'S m m BEACHES, AND BOY'S SERGE Ra-nt- y. Dr. Kilmer, & Co., Governments are fast trending to William Bryan, the young son of Binghamton, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Hen Hryan, of this the p.tternulistic and uutocraUe. ReBlood by county, won a signal honor at Millers-bur- g quisitioning and Swamp-Roo- t Will Do .Military Institute, where he wa: me und Gott hnve jirogrcssed to ex- Prove What For You past term. During the treme of prescription und proscripa student the Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Commencement exercises he won the tion in disposal of family larder, if Co., Binghamton, N. Y. for a sample being the best drilled cadet facts have been written. Certain des- size bottle. It will convinco anyone. medal for and his friends are serts hae been proscribed. Isn't such You will nl'o receive a booklet of at for the sumptuary assumption the limit? And valuable information, telling about showering congratulations isn t our own loved land drifting into the kidneys and bladder. When writ-"- -. splendid showing he made. The work of Doc Myers, the young inquisitorial meddlesomeness in crea be sure nnd mention the Stan-jril Interior Journal. Regular fifty' son of Judge Win. Myers, of Huston-vill- tion of commissions and inspectionS. S. S. Means Pure Wood Which Insures Long Life and Health size bottles for on the Transylvania University with high salaried and impertinent t 'i. d atexecutives who would add domestic ,alo at all drug stores. 40-And In regenerating the ttnues S. fl. S. base ball team at Lexington, is Tlio irrcat experts In Chemistry ami corporate-businesens Physiology now dcclaro wliut litis ull has u nii d and pen tlvo ai.tldotal effect tracting much attention and favor- to their other ! center of our De- by the Kwlft Uili uHn ull thoa Irritating Influences that able comment from tho Lexington pa- - terprise? Right loii(t been cuiitcndt-oratory that tlio Kcrnu of Mood disorders cuui.u ilieumallnm, bora throat, weak nnd ludi'iuuiil in tho liittrstlccs of tho tin iji'8. Ions of wticht, thin lalu cheeks, and TO THE PUBLIC. DANVILLE AND iTANFORD Unit uvarlness of musclo und nerve that sues. : And herein Is where B. 8. & rocs to It irerierally experienced, by all sufferers) AUTO u-J1 represent tho largest und best work rapidly, ifTeclhcly und with won- with poisoned blood. Your Property in the clothing house in this derfully noticeable results. Oct a bcttlo of 8. 8. 8. at any druc (Daily Except Sunday) eountrv Ktl V. Price & Co., Chicago .This famous blood purifier contains rloro. und In u few duys jou will nut only 111. medicinal components Just us vital uiut fill brlKht, and cncrt-etlc- , My experienco in measuring and but you wilt b Leave Danville, Hotel Annex, 9 :00 n. directing tho matting of your clothc3, essential to healthy blood us tho nutrltho thu picture of new life. Fire Insurance Co. elements of wheat, ruust beef, and fuU 8. 8. 8. Im prepared only In tho laborav ni. Hie id' .iiu.ic" uer one who m, and 1 :30 p. m. end tho euirara that niako up our dully tory of the Kwllt Bpecltto Co., Sill Hwlft not a practical tailor. If you will of Hartford, Conn., ration. llldt;. Atlanta, a a. Who mulntain a very Leave Stanford, Hotels, 11:00 u. m. is t give me your order fI will promise As a matter of fact thcro U one efficient Medlcul Dcpurtmeut, wheru all with In B. B. 8. which nrvcu the aciivo who liuve uny blood disorder of a stuband 4:00 p. m. inn n snimro deal. You will tret the purioo of stimulating ouch collulur kirt born Jiaturo may write freely fur advice worth of your money, either In the of tho body to the hwillhy am! Judicious & SMITH, Agents SALIN chaapeit grades or the higher priced. $1.00 Ech W.y FARE 8. 8. 8. Is fculJ everywhere by all drut Mflectlnn of Its own wtentlal nutriment. My SPRING and SUMMER line of, That U why It rth'vnerutui tho blood ui. Mures. . your In- Stanford, Kentucky Danville, Ky. amnios are now ready for I to ware of all attempts to nil yos O'. L. MINKS, Prop. ly why It has suih u treiiiMidoiu Inn and let me thou you. ' soinethliji; "Just us cowl. lusldt ujtcB fluence In ovcrconiltik" eczema, rush, a. 0. S. th Practical Tallo ,lBfiu H. C. RUPLEY, und uli oliln utlllctluna. Tclephono No. 6S1 j muffled. I Letter to COATS AND MEN'S, YOUNG LINEN AND PALM BEACH PANTS. "Hyf !oJm2mbHAbKP''bB Straw Hats e, - -- MM V tiwm&itrK ! DESCRIPTION. PANAMAS AND LINEN HATS OF EVERY INSURE mmSi BAREFOOT SANDALS FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY. OXFORDS FOR DRESS WEAR mnde-to-ord- Old Connecticut pgffij cunvn X&gcumiu THE "SELBY" FOR THE LA. DY WHO WANTS HER FEET TO LOOK NICE. OUR SIZES YET. NOT BROKEN ARE Intro-dlen- I ROBINSON'S, STANFORD. pliu-plu- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, May 28, 1915 CORTRIGHT Thte U) csk. .METAL SHINGLES fsTrrr? U 1 erBV u btttf ttexaML r Dyspepsia Tablets Will Relievo Your Indigestion Penny's Drug Store.. Corn-Mad- ? list It's ALMONT DARE "GETS-IT,- " San ! rl '. I xh ' We. doritlwve zk worry . never nrafrcixjirs. are inexnen- sivc, Dcsiimui ana siormfrvui. .$ v en tffMT-Hfe- Makes Corns Vanish Llko Magio ! A linnl tap of skin makes up every com. When you put 3 drops of 0KT8-IT'n- n It. It shrlvMs up nml conirs rUhl nit llirro' your corn Kono by tliun-depfl-n- m b ik i '' nhnrrJ- - sjSSf Jif rfinf Farm and Stock News Hluiploni inking olTyourhntl That's mL crack like sure. t11 H.T, 1 n I JlTlTffl JITT. n LA, For Sale by nrrot TAev won't leak. burn, curn like wood sAmyes. nor n WILL STONE, Stanford, Ky. Hob Wnlkcr, the Richmond stock-maohl n Southc?it party, n combined marc by Rex ArhucKIo for $400 Brown & Crnls, of Rockcastle, htte bought a lot of lambs at 7c, sheep at $ and a mixed lot of cuttle ut from fie to ic. U. L. Smith, of Rockcastle, bought of Sam l'urcell a bunch of heifers nt $37.ri0, three heifers of Allen Ilintt for $120, two yearlings of Willie I'nrrell for SiiO nnd a bunch of calves 1 Ion? time. The two colts sold by Sheriff J. 0. Weatherford to satisfy n judement of Joseph McDowell, of Hoyle, against Tilford Messer, of this county, were bought hy John rs. Jlenefee for P. Ruble & Son, of Gnrrnrd, sold to Monte Fox. of Danville, 200 cattle that averaged about 1,250 lbs., at 8c. The bunch is said to be the finest that has left the county .n a of different parties at $115. J. i. w riWejIJBeeflBeeeBBP Ooa'l Willi Tim "lloll.tlai." World'. Simpl.it Corn-Cur- ., "OKTS-1T- ?10.C0. acntion Trips ChestMy high bred .Ioiirnnl frit en Krre in tho Iuti-rin- r nut Son el Stallion will mako the seabig Tour and Prize Contest son of 1015 at my iiarn on the old fair grounds nt Hustonville, Kv. He . . is 10 hands high, weight 1,200 K nnu .". f '? "," lu"1,8 nts delivered at the pounds. Will serve a limited number J. depot ntthnt point. It will take some of mares at $15 to insure n living colt; season due when marc is parted oil freight cars to move the ties. with or on leaving the county. This' ThV K"01' ttract to., which has bci:" '". "Pf;'""" here for some tliice stallion Is by Ashland llrook and out JoinR a Mr business. The of a standard bred trotting mare. cr3' his father-in-laC. P. Wells, who He has proven to be a great breeder, BP""1.'-eount",,Jt'tl OI l" wor,K will very likely buy a farm in this J'"11":. having colts for him. His It is said colts are all to showcolts, with good from sassafras saddle the onipany has made considern-stoc- k style and nction. Call anil see a good George D. lloone. the Ottenheim l',at 'e money out of the enterprise, trader, has been buying up before breeding times comes. bunch of hogs in that section, the', Bro,h"2,InllI" to htl' " nc.w ,le,poIt Jim Reed ,000 or I will also stand the great jack. following being some of the purchnses U-? c,0,t says hc. UU,,'1B ,s to l,c Jim Reed, the well known mule jack Lails from Fritz Gates, it sow and four ls needed, by the old jack of Jim Reed's; having shoats for $28; from Mrs. Strickler, crec,i soo.- VINE 4092 ALL four hogr at $0 a head;! IIrc?ral'on; re ."'n"'iI' ,,1illJ'; sold Ins colts at $100 at weaning fair, which wll be r time. He is a fine breeder, hnvimr from Mr. Hildcbrand four mixed cat- - rn:uif Rex Peavine 1796 Lucy Wells 6404, by Peavine 85 on Aug. 11, 12 and colts to show for him nerc. He has a J. G. tin nt SIR ii hnn.i- - rrnm f:., i . ....- - large bone and his colts have good Champion Sire of World at Eight Years a heifer at $29; from Mrs. .Manning a lifc President. It. H. Hnmrrr hog at six cents a pound; II.rcs,,.,,eljV. JohS. Hobblns' Secretary, bone and style. He will stand at $10 All Peavine needs no introduction to the people of Kentucky. I have nnd d six wtt TrLn8Urct, and it. S. to insure a living colt. Money due If shoats from Prank Favis at 'V 'V won more big; events with his produce than any other firm or individual in $2.50 a head. 'Shivel, ituperintenilent. the directory mare is parted with or leaves the ' Kentucky. He sired the champion colt and three. year-olstallion at the includes some of the ery best bu.i- - county II. W. LEIGH. Hustonville, Charles T. rinhnn fnrmofl.. ..r Kentucky State Fair 1914. Champions from the youngest to the oldest of West End. but now n rt.sMrnt of M,.in.ss men of that section of the coun-' John lJol,1"n8 and A. M. HinU his produce. I have sold six of his colts and fillies from fifteen to two rion, owning a mngnificcnt farm near A Fine Draft Stallion l:iurstlH.v, working Lebanon, was on yesterday's north- - wcro '" AND A GKhAI MlbfLAND months old for an aggregate snm of $3,455. tl,c "Kerest of the enterpn.-e- . The bound train, returning from Tennes-'i- n FEE $25.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT see, where he bought three cars of ncw grounds arc far better than the I hni'c arsanged with S. H. Hunch armv mules at an average of $lfi0. ,n,(1 ones and mueii closer to town. man to stand his black draft stallion Quitc n croul1 from tms c,t-He puiehased them in the Knoxville BLACK JOE SHIEK Morristown sections. Mr. Bo- - tended the meeting of the lisuil sired the colts which sold at his hon has bought a large nsmber of courl at JIt- - Vernon today. They ale hist fall at prices that made evShiek was the champion pony stallion of Kentucky at the Blue Grass mules for armv purposes (his year. wcnt to cntur n Prote8t "Kninst the 1,500 Fair, at Lexington and Kentucky State Fair, at Louisville in 1913 and 1914. He says mules are scarcer in Ken- - spending of all of the 5I0U,l)t)ll voted erybody take notice. He weighs boned pounds, is a big Big enough to sire a useful pony. Can do more under saddle and to harness tucky than in any State he buvs. lor roads ut tne recent election on and a dandy. Will make the season nt the Dixie Highway rrom the Madison my farm in Somerset pike nt $10. than any pony in Kentucky. i to the Laurel line. The citizens of ENRIQUE TEN DOLLARS TO INSURE A LIVING COLT PUBLIC SALE are n little uneasy lest I wHI also stand the registered blue-- 1 this At same place two good mule jacks at $10.00. $10.00 for grey jack Brodhead, which voted so strongly rihbon winner hnrique. the best bhet eight dollars for young jack to insure living colt. Money due with all nnd As executors of the estate of J J. for bonds, may be left out, since the land pony stallion in this part of the stock when colt is foaled or mare leaves possession of owner, at time of Thompson, deceased, we will sell Dixie Highway has attracted so much state, at $10. See both of tiu'se before yoN breed. service. All care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should publicly at his late residence on Crab attention Will also stand n young inck to Orchard and Lancaster turnpike, one W. O. Walker nnd Dr. W. X. Craig. ahy occur. mile north of Preachersville, begin- - of Stanford, were in the city Thurs-nin- g serve u few mores nt $8. R. S. SCUDDER M. S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford, Ky. promptly nt 10 n. m., ;duv. McKinney, Kentucky ' MNs Etta Cabk--. who bus entered THURSDAY, JUNE 10th, 1915 worn- the following personnlties: BOSSEAU 32 fat fhe .1",urltLr J?""13' coniesi, is hogs, weight about 225 pounds; 1 ng IlKe a trojan to secure one oi tne I will stand my fine registered Per- -' trlPs !rcrtMl btlus J,!,,e,r She wl" cheron Ilosseau nt my farm on the bay mare; 3 black cows and calves; may 2 steers; 1 yearling bull! nPPrccinte any help Stanford and Hustonville pike, one ner' extra good; 1 yearling steer; 1 year-,c'v- e mile east of Hustonville for tho sealing heifer; 200 barrels old corn: 2 son of 1015 at $10 to insure n live IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW 1 cutting 1 hay wheat drills; colt. Bosscnu is a fine big boned aniharrow; , - .......... , ., . - mal, weighs 2,000 pounds und is just , . a 1 buggy; 1 wagon; nappiness n noum the kiml to breed to, to get your big 1 1 cider mill; P' mule mares K. L. ULKKY., Huston- Bring to Stanford Homes. pair stock scales; 1 corn planter; set, 30-lville, Ky, I lot of lumber and roofing tools; mnny other fnrming implements too Hard to do housework with an nch- ir.g back. uuiueious to mention. h Brings you hours of misery at TERMS All sums under $10.00, in hand, over that. amount to be sure or nt work, If women only knew the cause -sold on a credit of six months with negotiable note bearing C per cent that i Bachache pains often come from interest from date of sale. 1 JAS. H. and J. FRANK THOMPSON, weak kidneys, 'Twould save much necdle woe. Executors Doan's Kidney Pills aie for weak Under the will of J J. Thompson. kidneys, We have just unloaded a car of Lehigh Portland Cement Dinner on ground. Many residents of this vicinity enCapt. A. M. BOURXE", Auctioneer at our warehouse. If you are in the market for cement this dorse them. 43-is a chance you cannot afford to overlook. Lehigh is a cement "I suffered intensely from kidney complaint," says Mis. G. A. C'utiidun, which gives you the best value, for it is ground to such a BRODHEAD. Morris Fi ith came near being of Preachersville, Ky. "When I stoopfineness that it makes the strongest concrete. drowned while fording Nigger Creek ed, I could hardly straighten. Dark at this place Wednesday afternoon. spots often flouted before my eyes SIR RAY. No. 11852 He and his wife und eight children and my head pained me until I was T This great Imp. Pcrcheroji stallion hud been out picking strawberries und almost crazy. A neighbor told me will make the present of 1015 the creek was swollen to such an ex- about Doan's Kidney Pills and I got ut my furm, 3Vi miles seasonStanford. from when they returned that the wife n box. I took them according to di- Ky., on the Crab Orchard pike, ut $15 tent has been used on many of the largest municipal and paving and children left the wagon nnd rections nnd they helped me from the to insure a living colt. If mare is walked over the stream. The wagon first. I nm now free from kidney com- sold 'or parted with after being bred contracts throughout the country a good test of its reliability. was washed against the bridge and plaints." the season is then due. The utmost It will give you the best satisfaction in your concrete work. nnd he saved himself by jumping plyPrice 50c, nt all dealers. Don't sim- care nnd attention will be given to ask for u kidney remedy get the breeding of mar-- , but will not bridge from the overturned Come in and let us figure on your requirements. to the boon's Kidney Pills the same that be vehicle. One mule was drowned and Mrs. responsible for accidents should Co. any occur. Camden had. Foster-Milbur-n very near losing his the horse came FOR SALE BY J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. 43-- 1 Props., Buffalo, N. V. Sir Hay is it beautiful chestnut life. () Doc Haggard, who is buying rail horse. 7 years old, 1(5 hands high, weighing 1,050 pounds; great style road ties for the Hurmount Tie und and action. He is n great breeder Lumber Co., Chillicothie, 0., has pur and sure foul getter. As an individchased 25,000 ties, 15,000 of which ual and a breeder, he is in it class by arc in the Brodhead yards. He has himself. He has made two seasons ubout 5,000 at Gum Sulphur. The in this county, at Ciab Orchard and all of his colts are high class. Sir Ray is by Honest Tom 40701, and is bred right all through. B. W. GAINES, R. F. D. 1, Stanford I B mm Payette, the chestnut three gaited saddle mare, Claudie, full sister to Montgomery Chief. The mare is 10 hands high ml one of the best hreil saddle mares in the State. Mr. McClure also purchased the chestnut stallion, Royal King, by Ilourbon king, 10 hands high. C. W. Chrisman who liouirht n farm in the Southern end of the eountv, passed through Wednesday afternoon to it. from Josunlne eountv. where t, .. .. i, io n..!.,.. straightened out sufficiently to move to Lincoln. He was accompanied by Silas McCIurc of Heaver Dam. Wis-.- . has purchased from C. I.. Kerr, of why corn.mllllons nave gone wild oyer nothing llko It evtr known. " Homo folk, to this day, putter around bandages, sttoky tapc.tlitck plasters, with corn "pulling" snlvcs, Houtfo corns out with knlvrs. snip them with floors, makuthem bleed nnd then howl thrr c:int " Ret rid of tors corns. Via "(1KTS-ITnero's nothing to do but npply 3 drops. Tho worlclldonu, "(1ETS-IT- " does the rest. No pain, no usslnir. no changing shoe, no llmplnir. It never falls. Try It tonight for any corn, callus, wart or bunion. He mro that you get "OBTS-IT- " nnd nothing else. (1KTS-IT- " Is sold by druggists :6c n bottle, or sunt direct by K. Lawrence A Co., Chicago, every-wher- N.r "CETS4T." Fails. A. S. H. R. 3228 Sired liv Dienltv 1)nr llift'J. tin l. Chester Dnro 10 lie by Illnck Squirrel B8, ho by KlnK William 07: litt ilam Toxnwny 4058. also registered In Vol. 10, A. S. II. It.; she by Abdolloh Mnmbrino 37 1G. ho by Almont 33; 2nd dam Lady Davis, by Crit I)avl, by Ilourbon Chief; 3rd dam, Mnttie S by Foreign Light, by Foreigner, by Imported Glenro1 4th dam Ilettle (.'. by Cunningham's Coppcrbottom. NOT- E- Almont Dare's colts from grnile mares bring ns high as $300 at weanlings to $fi00 nnd $1000 at three to four years; $000 was offered for his dam at 2 years old nml $400 for his 2nd dnm when horses were cheap. One full brother sold for $3,000 nml another reported sold for $1,500, mid one sister, Toxy Dare olleicd $1,500 for. His 3rd dam could ruck ns fust ns a good horse could run under whin and spur. He is a pretty bay 10 hands nnd weighs uroum! 1200 puutidi. Goes 0 distinct gnits all good anil fnst. Pretty good breeding, don't ytfu think so? Season 1013 at my stable. 2 miles from Hustonville, on Liberty Pike nt $10 to Insure n live colt. Monty d.ic when colt is fonlcd, mare parted v.th ov bred elsewhere. Iras at $2 ficr month nnd nil stock will have my personal attention, but will not be responsible for nccidcuts. Correspondence and inspection in Mted. W make the season of 1915 at my stable, 4 mile from Crab Orchard, on the Singleton placa at ten ($10) dollars to Insure a living colt. Description and Pedigree Don Varrlck Is a beautiful chestnut, 16 hands, with snip and whit hind fsstl weighs 1400 pounds nnd as compactly built ns a pony, with plenty of bona and finish. He Is a superb breeder as his colts will show for themselves. Preslolight, one of his colts went a mile last year al Lexington In 2t 1 1 and nnother In Ohio In 210, No other horse ever stood nt so low a prlca with two colts In the ten list. Don Varrlck is by Onward Silver 2i05 1st dam by Wilkes liny 224 2nd dnm by Hogg's Grey Eagle. Don Varrck has plenty of speed, having shown quarters in 34 12 seconds and went half mile at Danville on mile track In lllO. He has a splendid disposition which he Imparts to his colls. All bis colls nre prompt drivers, full of vim. They need no whip. See him before breeding elsewhere. He will take your eye and you will make no mistake In breeding to him. I will also stand the Bun Gaines jack nt the A FINE MULE JACK same place at $10 a season. Will stand n fine registered Shorthorn null nt Insure, Money due In nil enses when animal Is bred elsewhere or) $2 to parted will,. W. R. GAINES, Crab Orchard, Ky. DON VARRITK" CARROLL PRESTON will stand this great sire and show horse for the season of 1915 at Nunnellcy's Stock Yards at the low figure of I $15 To Insure a Living Colt. Money due when mare is parted with or removed from county. Carroll Preston has been before the public long enough to need no extended description. Me lias proven an exceptional breeder of high class horses both for saddle and harness purposes. He is in fine shape this season, and you will make no mistake in breeding to this Jti net jack also stand my big mule and on same terms. S. T. POWELL, Hustonville, Ky. ill e, High Grade Stallion thirteen Splendid ..... Ie T great animal. ,..i '....... I W. O. WALKER, Stanford, Ky. v ?&&m d PEA " ...MONEY TO LEND... On Farms in Sums of $2,000 and up. Easy Terms. Apply to 135-pou- !....., 'i.-,- ,,' Bromley & Bromley The Insurance Agents Stanford, Kentucky. I v al-an- d four-year-ol- i J I Rex Coal Black Star ' Black Crescent AH i hot, , free Burners few ashes -r. ,"" No soot, REX COAL YARDS H. L. PERKINS, Prop., Successor to E. B. Dcnham A Car of Lehigh Jess! Arrived 1 KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN No. 51G7 A. S. H. R. LLnlknCEMENT rHTrUPORTLAND K.ofP.F air -- ... win, I I I l e- I -t I. .!f..l 1. n uaiiuuiuc cur.inui ...!!. uc.umui iiinnv miu inili IS t a. J nanus and will weigh about 1,150 pounds; lias llio very best of feet and legs; good flat bone, broad sloping; shoulders; short, stout back and a horse of the most wonderful endurance. He is an impressive horse, standing still and is more so in motion; sets himself just right, never inucnes nimseir any wnere anu nas exceptional speed at the rack und trot. He was one of the most successful horses shown last year, tie was shown at three fairs and won the combined stallion class at each place. Kentucky Gentleman has the qualities that are necessary to the production of j perfect horse color, size, style, speed, action, and endurance, and ideal breeding. He is sired by Chester Peavine 3184, by Rex Peavine 1796, by Rex McDonald 833. Dam, Flora Carter 8419, by Red Squirrel S3, by Black Squirrel 58, by Black Eagle 74, by King William C7. In offering the services of this grand young horse to the pub-liI feel that I am giving them their money's worth. Give him the same class of mares and I do not believe there Is a horse In the State that will beat him producing high class colts, (no matter how high the service fee.) Breeding to Kentucky Gentleman is no longer an experiment. Bring him a good mare and he will get you an extra good colt. Do not take your mares thirty or forty miles to breed when you have just as good a horse right at home and for less than half the money. Kentucky Gentleman will make the'seasnn at my home, one mile from Stanford, on the Danville pike at $20.00 to insure a living colt. Money due when colt isfoaled. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. e, .!. at- Stanford, Ky., August 18, 19 and 20, 1915 Entries 1 Stakes Close July st, 1915 1 1 0 to enter, five moneys. $500 Saddle Stake, 0 to enter, six moneys. $250 Harness Stake, 0 to enter, five moneys. 1 1 $ 00 Colt Stake, Write to the Secretary for Entry Blanks Remember the Entries Close July 1st, 19151 S. T. HARRIS, E. C. WALTON, Secretary President! TOLBERT. Register CG02 Foaled July 8, 1911. will mako the season ut our barn at Moreland ut $10 to Insure a live colt. Season due when colt is foaled or marc parted with or moved from the county. Tolbert is a black lack with white points. 15 hands high, heavy bone. good feet und perfect in every respect. He made his first season in 1014 and is proving to be a wonderful sire, some of his colts having arrived und measure from 3 feet 3 2 inches, to 3 feet 0 inches, und built in proportion. It will pay you to investigate Tolbert and his colts before breeding your mares. Will endeavor to avoid all nccidenU but will not be responsible should any happen. 1- Stove Burns Oil Or Gasoline. Detroit Vapor Stoves "Work Like Gas." Simply light the burners and put your cooking on at once just like a city gas stove. You have a hot smokeless fire right from tke start. Of all stoves that we know of as long as we have beea 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. There is no doubt about Voltaire being the best breeding as well as the best bred big horse in the county and possibly in the State. Each time he has been shown he has easily won first premium and his colts have won first every year they have been shown. There has been more demand for big horses within the last year than was ever known before. Quite a good many farmers have almost stopped raising horsesand that is sure to make a demand for them. Nearly every farm paper you see advises the farmer to raise bigger and better horses. I think right now is the farmer's opportunity. Bring your good mares to Voltaire and you are sure to get a good colt. He will make the season at my farm, one mile from Stanford on the Danville pike at $15.00 to insure a living colt. Money due when colt is foaled. I will also stand a good young Jack. He is a heavy big boned fellow, and I think will make a good breeder. Will stand at $10.00 to insure. Voltaire 55140 CARTER J. NEVIN KENTUCKY S TANFORD, .? I 41 Moreland, C. M. BACK & SONS ... Kentucky W. H. HIGGINS.