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No. 44 The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, June I, 1915. Cnr-mnCnr-mnn, Thle Paper Stope Whea Tour Tlm le op Watch the Date Oa Label as 4 I Renew Your Subicrlpf'oa 13 Tuesdays and Fridays TO-DAY. Now Is The Best Time To Get Started In The Big Contest Start Your Campaign WHY PUT IT OFF--I- F I W- -- LATEST WAR NEWS. TO HOMESTEAD IN OREGON CARRICO GETS PROMOTION TO THRESH IN KANSAS AGAIN GREAT THRONG ATTENDS President Wilson will snenk vltrnr. Walter DEDICATORY SERVICES Carman and Wife to Take Local Telephone Manager' Ability O G. Speak Leave With Party of ously and if necessary net decisively Up Government Land. in mo iniernniinnai crisis which hn Men for Sunflower State and Energy Rewarded by Company Pilot Baptist Church Dedicated Sunarisen, it is stated. Tho Cabinet will Walter H. Carman and wife lenvo meet today, nnd the President preday Dr. Powell Preaches Great I). D. Cnrrico, who has heen mnn- O. G. Spenk, of tho Highland secpared last night n note to Germany in a few days for Vale, Oregon, where agcr of the Cumberland Telephone tion, left for Knnsns last week In his Sermon Splendid Dinner. tnke seuing lorm mo facts concerning tney will 1(50 up n government home to acres of hind, nnd make ompn.ny s, plnnl hcrc, f.or nn"t, " Ford cnr,So put in o season threshing the sinking of the Lusltnnia. Tomor- stend of year, hns been promoted to District wheat. successful was the work Pilot Baptist church, four miles n Mr. row nn interview will bo granted the their home In the future. Plant Supervisor, and will soon he ho did In the Sunflower State Inst Southwest of Waynesburg, was dedis the youngest son of A. C. German Ambnssndor nt the White transferred to the gencrnl hcadqunr-tcr- s year that Mr. Speak decided to go icated Sunday In the presence of nnd n well known young mnn of nt Frankfort. His successor has earlier this spring nnd get "in on tho 1,000 or more people, It wns a big HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS IN PRIZES INCLUDING A LELAND PIANO, House,. The tensuness of the situa- the city, whose mnny friends will wish tion caused hy the receipt of nn not been finully chosen, it is under- ground floor" with the wheat thnt TOURS TO THE PANAMA EXPOSITION NIAGARA FALLS, reply from Germany to the him and his wifo the prentet uccess stood, but it Is reported n gentleman He took wiht him a bunch of harvest. ilay in led toend of the county and all Lincoln roads the new church, which CITY AND MAMMOTH CAVE ARE JUST RECCING FOR demands of the United States for in the western country. His brother will be sent hero from Pinevllle. Mr. county men, most of whom will as- is only n short ways from Ellcrson's reparation for loss of American lives has been homeskading in the same Cnrrico hns proven one of the most sist him with his threshing. They school-housOWNERS STOP, "THINKING THE MATTER OVER" AND Dr. W. D. Powell, tho guarantee for Americans on sens section for some time, nnd writes popular nnd efficient telephone men were J. II, Spenk, L. O. Faulkner, of n THE IJIG RACE TODAY WRITE THE CONTEST MANA. nndthe Baptist divine, of Louisin future has impelled the Presi-de- good reports of the land nnd opporver in Mnnionl. tic has completely Highland, Clayton Ridge, of Science ville, preached the dedicatory sermon GER THAT YOU WISH TO MAKE AN ACTIVE CAMPAIGN AND Vale is in the extreme to end the quibbling of the Her-li- n tunities. reorgnnlzed the local plant and Jtill, and J. P. Whccldon, of Eubank. is said to n HE WILL SEND YOU PRINTED MATTER AND PULL INSTRUC Government nnd without dclny eastern portion of Oregon, near the brought t up to n high state of effic- J. W. Whccldon, of Eubank went and it effort. The have beendebt mas terful of reiterate the demands. The Presi- Idaho line. The! government land iency, and understands the business with them ns far ns Louisville, where $150 was wiped outchurch the TIONS FOR CONDUCTING YOUR CAMPAIGN. church dent's policy, to he laid hefore the which Mr. Cnrmsh will take un is from the ground up. He hns made a he visited Dr. W. Mndison Nichols starts its good work and money with in Cabinet today, will not he rhnnircd snld to he about 18 miles from a great many friends hcrc who will anil family, hefore Rev. Tilford, n bro by the visit of the German Ambas ruilrond. Rest results nre ohtnincd gret to see him leave, but rejoice re- Mr. Speak and party returning home.. the treasury. nre going direct ther of Mrs. P. V. Whipn, formerly Volume nntl volumes have been Thursday night. at through irrigation nnd the land will sador, is the belief in Washington. written on the subject of thnt one produce nearly all crons that are the substantial promotion which is to St. John, Knnsns, the home of of this city, is the pastor. He is said Until further notice, contestants given him by the company. "Hud" Reynolds, formerly of Lincoln, to be nn able expounder of gospel word "Opportunity." The heavy which grown buck in Kentucky, it is said. It is one of the will lie allowed to poll a sufficient and who was directly responsible for truths, nnd being a Godly man, much queerest elements Hint enter into the number of votes to plnce their stand- have been coming to the support of THIRD TRIAL OF GOODE CASE .Mr. Spcak's first venture in the Kan- good work is expected to result from complex existence of prevent tiny ings 15,000 votes in mlvnnco of the the closely pressed Russians in Middle Cowan Cabell. sas wheat threshing business. Mr. his labors. Rev. Tilford was on Amrlrnus. It menus everything nml leader of the preceding issue. Where (ialiciii apparently nre maklmr them- tw. wie rorae oi r. J. sen ommer. On In Circuit Court Trial Had In Speak nnd party made the trip back course present at the dedication nnd it moons nothing just ns it is more than the limit allowed are polled selves felt, as the latest rejiorts fiom n friend of the contracting parties, in d in the same Ford cnr in which he wns active in his effort to mnke ev hy different people. One the lmlnnce of the votes uru dropped the Russian War Ollice declare that 's Several Minor Case. on ectnesdny Inst, Miss went to and returned from Kansas erybody feel that it was good' to be failure, for instance, proves an- hack into the ludlot hox and pub- the battle on the San River is devel- Louisville Nolle Cowan, of Middlcburg, nnd R. lished in the following issue. oping in favor of the Hussion troops. E. Clibell. of this citv. were inlneil other person's opportunity, where Only minor trials have come up at last year and which he has driven there. In the afternoon. Rev. J. B. person wide steps it. .Most of The fortress of Przemysl, now held neart anu Hand. Dr. John T. Glenn, I1"" ",i".' "f the circuit court, nnd thoufands of miles. They will be gone Jones, of the Double Springs Bap- DISTRICT NO. I. nil summer and look for n big season hoi. UN clnlm thnt it huh paused hy us or hy the Russians, has been the ob vi me v. tit ii unsiian hurch said the ccr- - r'uu " numer of cases on the docket ns the wheat harvest in Kansas this a strong sermon. uyiieauuru, prcacneu Moreland, Ky. ject of an Austro-Gcrmnthat we were away from home when envelop- emony. The bride is a daughter of nave iiey.i continued over till next year is expected to be a record break The church is a most creditable ing movement for some weeks past Robert Cowan, of Cnsey, and is it culled. And so it goes. term. Miss Lydin Weddle 5,050 one, modern in every particulnr and and against the completion of the exceedingly pretty nnd attractive nn Opportunity Knocks Hrrr. On Tuesday Hon. P. M. McRobcrts er. Miss Anna S. Reynolds . (50,075 abundantly large for the congregaIn this big contest "Opportunity" Miss Olga Myers circle the Russian commanders have For some time she was engaged ingirl. was acting judge for the trial of the 31,350 the is is Knocking nt the doors of hundreds Miss Prudence Ferrell been striving. telephone exchange here nnd was al- damnge suit of W. E. Goode vs. C. Rockcastle Baptist S. S. Convention. tion that the expected to greatly mul5,800 tiply in are of people in this section of trie state. The Rockcastle Baptist Association It is a pretty years that and to come. The Italian invasion of Trent is ways pleasing and accommodating to N. O. & T. P. Ry. Co., Judge Hardin McKinney, Ky. structure the memIt is knocking nt your door. Arc taking a day oil" to attend the annual held its annual Sunday Sschool con proceeding steadily, nnd reports from the patrons of the olficc. The bers, as well as the nconle in the sec 9,(150 YOU going to let it pas hy or nre Miss Mary I). Heck the frontier say thnt the fortifica- has for n long time held u responsi- fish fry given by Co. I. M. Dunn at vention Sunday nt Freedom church, tion which it is located, are naturally you going to take full advantage of Miss Hutli Cocking 30,075 tions commanding the passes lending ble position with the milling firm of his Garrard county farm on the Ken- near Marctsburg. The day was an very proud of it. 0,875 to the vast it? Thle newspaper "is now offering Miss Ruth Tanner II. Ilnughmau & Co.. and has sev- - tucky river, and which is quite an ideal one for the occasion. Tho ex-- 1 intrenched camp, which An excellent dinner was served on 0,5125 you the greatest list of prize ever Miss Mary Lois Gnnn has its center at Trent, hne been oc- cral times been promoted because of annual event. The Goode case is for crcises were held in a grove and con- the grounds. There was an abundance nwny in a similar newspaper Crab Orchard, Ky. given merit and efficiency. He is a fine 830,000 damages alleged to have sisted of songs by different Sunday of the best cupied by Italian troops. that could he found to campaign in this section and all thu Miss Julia llroun R.2 (5,8'J5 been sustained by Goode while in the schools and addresses by young mnn and has n host of There arc indications of an air The newly weds returned fromfriends.i; employ of the railroad, one of his speakers, including Rev. T. C. several eat and if there were those whose ap- prizes are ottered uner the most lib - 'Miss Mary Gaines J.I.SL'fi Ixiuis-villDuke, Ipetjtes were not appeased it was 'JjlSfiO raid of possibly large proportions by end conditions, so thnt it will not be Miss Torey Amleison, Sunday and went to the home of feet having been badly injured. Two of Somerset, nnd Rev. Edgar Allen, own lauit. at all hard to win any one of them. 'Miss Wadle Thompson, L',775 Xeppelin dirigibles on London in the his mother, .Mrs. (i. W. Cabell, on previous judgments of the court here of Mt. Vernon. W. II. Owens was ineir Judge Charles A. Hardin, circuit The contest work will require very. Miss Mamie llolman . 0,275 near future. The Rritish oflicial East Mnin street, where they will re- have been reversed, and a third trial elected chairman and Hvrnn flvvono little of your spare time and it is, Mi Bessie Reynolds, was entered into ana evidence taken assistant chairman for the ensuing judge of thi ditrict, was present and 8.850 prevs bureau, in n Into announce- side. Thoy went to MiJdlebutg ment, says Zeppelins are reported to jwd a question of meeting the;. Miss Llln Kigsby R- to spend until Wednesday before it was discovered that one of year. .1. J. Painter, who is workinir accepted an invitation to speak. As have been seen near Ramsgntc nnd visiting tho bride's parents friends that you ate meeting every I the jurors had sat in a previous trial for the L. & N., at Rowland, was usual, he made a good talk. 'Squire Hustonvillc Ky. W. M. Fields, who was present, says day. It costs nothing to enter or Miss Itohcrta lllain of the case, which of course, result43,175 Hrentwood and in certain outlying clerk. A basket dinner was the biggest nnd best church ry tor the priies. With the excep- - .Mis Mnrguret Allen ed in a mistrial. Sold the C. G. Caldwell Farm. was sarved on grounds, in which it 00,075 districts of London. At the same time He the tinn of the cHpitsI prize, jou need Mn. W. M. Ritte Amoi.g the cases tried late last nearly one thousand people partici- dedication he ever attended. C. S. Guinn, of the hustling real esl.cno mentwarning is issued that no statethought there were between 1.200 whatever should he published tate Smi of Guinn & Thomson, only eompoU against thee in your 'Mi- week were: pated. There was plenty to eat and nnd l,40u kW.075 of in tha English newspapers dealing own district ftir any of the prizes. Mis lTo2HI NVrfh S. B. Cheviolett, of King's Moun- lots carried back home. vjss with places in the neighborhood It wns a saw such prwut and says ha never the Wnyneshurjf section, was a caller a m?Huhlt! peoplu nad ft There i( no better time to get start- - Miss Marias. Tuekeu of at this office yesterday. He ropyted tain wns acquitted of n charge of sell-ir- g great day for Rockcastle Baptists. that theyca-ninear making him eat ed tlmn the present or the higjrest ; Miss Cora Kstes, beer illegally. l 3,250 London reached by aircraft, except the sale of the C. G. Caldwell farm, himsolf sick Mr. ami Mrs. Jesse D. such information ns the Adnn'i.Hy a short distance from Waynesburg, and bust otter of the contest is now in .Nimiiel Damron. a prominent farm- mi.... r- - i. ' K" Lady. Train Struck Wearen were also present from Stanwould force and you et three time, the SUm KmmS loltzchiw to Mr. Triplett, of' Knox county fo el of the Mt. Snlem section, was ac5,025 uaua number of votes on all sub- John T. Blnnkenship, the contract- ford and enjoyed the day greatly. Although recent reports from Con- $3,000. The place contains 130 acres. quitted on a charge of cruelty to anv uik 0,175 Ma tells serlptwns. stantinople havu favored the Turkish Quinn & Thomson have just had this imals, one of his neighbors havinir or, which us that the train or the K. C. Auto Smashed in Joy Ride. Prcatner.vdle, Ky. he was ... 75,000 Extra Vote. Frcr. tioops in the operations on the Galli-po- li office get out a booklet containing charged that he "sicked" a dog on on yesterday coming from Cinciny l flHf 3,075 A prominent Maysville physician. J, In order to enable new contestants nati afternoon struck a . Peninsula, the Hritish War Ollice 100 or more farms they have listed some of his hogs. 3,225 Amlcmm who enter now an opportunity to get The jury which Henry Poyn- - daughter of Judge Fryer juct as it who was in Danville attending the B L Hlnnken.liip 6,750 announces that in u furious engage- urn! Mr. Quinn told us thnt he has had ic- - on a cnarge tried nturtwl. we will extun.l the time on!3' ot breach of the pulled into Butler, Pendleton county. conclave last week, Is minus a handment of recent date the Turkish cas- lots of inquiries since it was issued. King. Mountain, Ky. Paige touring car the Special Ballots from May 31st ualties numbered 2,000, while tne al- It is the intention of the firm to get peace was unable to agree. This case The lady, who is a young widow, wns some joy-rid-e as to June Mil. On the first three ul- - Miss Grnca Thompson that his ne- 3(5,375 lies lost only 300. out another book in the very near fu- grew out of the cutting affair when running across the track to meet a ,groa result of a on Thursday night scriptions turned in hy any new can-- Miss Ada Murphy chauffeur took 7,075 ture, which will contain not onlv the young Poynter was cut hy George fnend and had paid no attention to while the Templars were enjoying the .lidate before June I Mil. they will train. She was, at Stanford, Ky. descriptions of the many farms they Howard near Pine Grove several the approaching be Graded School' Annual Recital. first, thought to dead but a closer big dance The Doctor ordered his lie entitled to three special ballots ,Mis Mary Hnilcr 0,050 . have for sale, but will also have the months ngo. good for 75,000 Extra Vote in The Annual Rctital giveon last pictures of the houses upon them. examination showed that while dan- - chauffeur to take the car to the Walls Rigsby, of the East End Pntitnce Cnane'e . 8.350 wounded about the head and rage, but instead of doing so, he dition to the usual number given. charge against him of Miss Marth.i S. Itanev 31.825 Thursdoy evening ended n week of This will he n costly .advertisement. Write the Contest .Manager, care Mm. Lucy Miller Hartley . . . 01,525 festivities of the Graded and High but witl'be1i'oth novel and attractive, pointing a pistol at another boy, by shoulders, she was still alive and had 'picked up three more colored "bro-- a chance to recover. Mr. Blanken- - jthers," all became "lit up" and out the Interior Journal, Stanford, Ky., iMIsuKittio Jones 13,325 School. and a paying one. Quinn & Thom- payment of $50. that you wh to mnke an active race, Miss Elsie Coleman Representatives of the Music De- son have sold hundreds of farms in A warrant of nrrest was issued to ship had been to Cincinnati to buy (they went for a ride. They proceed-buildin- g ('.0,075 material for the splendid cd some distance out the Lancaster and ho will send you printed matter) Mrs Walter Jones (57,475 partment and the Dramatic Art De- Lincoln and adjoining counties, arc the sheriff of Casey county for Aland full instructions for conducting 'Mis Anna Chancellor' . 38,875 partment were the participant.', in splendid people to deal with and nre bert Brown, a witness against Matt home Cashier Bright is having erected pike, nnd when returning the driver your campaign. Reed, charged with illegal sale of li- on the site of Bright's Old Inn on the forgot to turn out for a concrete (5,275 this entertainment. Miss Mnrgnrot Davison . repsonsible men and good citizens. retaining wall, with tho result that Several interesting readings were quor. The warrant is returnable at Danville pike. How Priir Will Ue Awardrd Miss Roxie Jennings 1,725 the car now looks like a German 18,175 given by both girl, nnd hoys from L'ew President Takes Charge Saturday next term of court. There will be 13 prizes awarded in Miss Reside Clny Funis Little Attention Paid Decoration Day shell had struck it. It is turned (5,750 Miss Hurch's class, also u nnntomime . Dr. W. A. Canfield, recently electThe Interior Journal's big Travel Miss Bessie Peek,, 5 Large Crowd Attended Lecture. banks were closed yesterday side down, smashed to smithereens 3,125 uud a one act play. Miss llurcli has ed President of Central University, Tour and Prize Content and at least 'Miss Carrie Anderson, Ris a complete The 11,050 obtained good results from her pu at Danville, will arrive there June Presbyterian six prizes will be awarded to each Miss Fannie Scott, 1 church was on account of decoration day and the, and other things and dkatrict. The territory of the content Miss Osn Farmer, 3 7,850 pils considering the short length of 5th. On the evening before, a ban- "crowded to the guards" Sunday postofflce observed Sunday hours, wreck. One of the negroes is said to . How The rest of us went on about busi- - have been seriously injured. 's quet time she has been here. Miss is divided into two districts and conWaynesburg, Ky will be tendered to Dr. d night to hear Traveling Lecturer Joof music pupils, as usual, were testants need only compete against Miss Corn Singleton .. .. 35,325 at Louisville by alumni nnd seph Severance talk of the white now unmindful nf lb., ioir.il br.ii.inv lany yet them escaped instant death has l,een explained. The author- those in their own district for any of Miss Mary Warriner The colored people were more patriot- - P?1 8,050 up to her standard of training, each friends of the University. Dr. d plague, its causes and preventives. pupil having been instilled with the the district prizes. Under this libTwo big wagons, gaily i'ues art- - sulu lo ,,uvo "cc" pi""i"s Ml. Salem, Ky. is a graduate of Cornell College, Mr. Severance, who is working for lc, however. eral arrangement, all candidates have Miss Nannie McKinney . . 32,875 feeling of individual responsibility Iowa, and of McCormack Theological the State Tuberculosis Cimmission, decorated Avith flags and with fifty or t arres' the chauffeur but the docsent them word that it was his an equal chance and .t makes the the secret of their success in playing. Seminary. He is a native of Iowa, the State Tuberculosis Commission, more little girls on tnem, led the pro- NO. 2 DISTRICT prizes very easy to win. Miss Anne Davis MeKoberts played a aged 40 years, and is noted for his his lectures are wch worth listening cession to the colored department of i1"" n"1 ."h,s nSRer and he didnt Lancaster, Ky. so piece which requires a certain amount Buffalo cemetery where the graves want dtiier of them bothered, New Subscriptions, 22.(550 of musical knowledge and proficiency broad scholarship, eloquence and to. He is an attractive speaker and were strewn with flowers. $ 10.00 Miss Florence Dawes 147,800 votes 10 years There was they weren't. force. For several years he was his talk in connection with the d (57,150 8.00 Miss Stella Comely 103,200 votes 8 years in technique, this being the Second president of the State Christian En- stereopticon views he showed was ex- some oratory on tap and national 5,150 Khaptody, by Liszt. 5.00iMiss I.illie May Sutton Riedman Trub. , (.3,100 votes 5 years ceedingly interestin- - and edifying. hymns were sung. deavor Union. (5 1,800 votes 4,275 4.00 Miss Lille Jones 4 years Friends here have received invitaMr. Harry Iteinhnrt pleased his au The views showed the germs nnd dif R3,875 dience again by playing three 3 years 3.00. Miss Kate Hamm 30,000 votes short Gov. McDermott Addresses Graduate ferent manifestations of the disease Eastern Stars Entertain High Officials tions to the marriage of Miss Emma 2.00, Mr. Stella Perkins 3,950 2 vears 25.000 votes selections. One of the most delightful affairs Clementine Riedman, of Brooksville, Lieut. Gov. E. J. McDermott deliv and the speaker told in n clear ann 1 year 12,200 votes 1.001 Paint Lick. Ky. The Uach Clfib gave two gold med- ered the commencement address to concise way how tuberculosis could ever had at Hustonville was the ban Ind., to Charles Joseph Trub which Hack Subscriptions and Renewal. Miss Louise Rice 1,000 als, one in the High School and the the graduates of the Danville High be prevented. Asked why he held quet given by tho Lincoln Chapter of will occur at St. Michael's church at 10 years . 55,800 votes .. .$10.00 Urodhead, Ky. other in the Graded School for the School at the Christian church. The his meetings on Sunday night, Mr. r.astern stars last weeK in honor of ? o'clock on the evening of June 9th. 42.(100 votes .. 8.00 8 years 8,750 pupil who made the greatest pro- graduates were Misses Altn Denny, Severance replied : Miss Judith McCall .. 5.00 25,500 votes 5 years "First place bet the supremo officers of the order for The prospective bride is said to be a . on Mis Ada Ward 32.875 gress in music during the entire Iiorolim I'oru and hthel Kupley, and ter crowds are secured on Sunday the state, Mrs. Geneva Piper and Mrs. chaimiug young woman, exceedingly 4 years 10,200 votes 30,850 year. Miss Sallie Mills Craig wn Messrs. Charles Bryant, Eugene C. and secondly, I think it is a work that Zinger. The meeting was held in the pretty and popular. Mr. Trub, who Is :;!(.o Miss Ettn Cnblc 3 years . . 14,400 votes awaided the High School medal nnd Iiwrcnce and Bertran Veatch. The is for the good of thy public, Danville Ky. . 0,000 votes.... 2.00 2 years Mnnsonic hall, and present were mem- a son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Trub 1 .00 1 year . .. Miss Elizabeth Dye 3,(500 votes. ty,D5 Miss .Margaret Davison, the one in class address was by Miss Stella Kup- which all good people should be and bers of Lincoln, Antioch and .Middle-bur- g end a brother of Mrs. E. D. Pennin-toinof this county, is a fine young !.Miss Joyce Taylor 43,850 the grades. These young ladies are ley. chapters. A delightful menu was terested in, and I know church memOur Guarantee 1,050 to be congratulated for t:ie hard work THIS RIG VOTK OFFER IS Miss Ethel Schadel bers are interested in everything that served and the work of the evenng man. He is manager of a dining car lequlred to win these honors. Big Barn Blown Down. is of vital importance to the good of was beautifully and appropriately ex- running between Cincinnati nnd ChiGUARANTEED TO UK THE Hid- Junction Cit. Ky. cago and is held in high esteem by GKST AND REST OF THE ENTIRE MNs llessie Wright This ends one of the most suc(5,225 The wind and rain storm of last humanity. The lecturer went from emplified by the visiting officials. the compaav in whose emnlov he has CONTEST. So turn in your sub- - Miss Gertrude Richardson 5(5,350 cessful years in the history of the week did a great deal of damage to Stanford to Honkinsville. wlter h been for somj time. scriptions as fast us you- receive them. Graded School. Mr. Wilson, the su- property in the southern section of will appear befuie the fiscal court and Shelby City Ky Ice Cream Supper at McKinney a ..I mi ..u...I Ih.iiM Iit.nl- aixiii u rt ia- - jUss Km,jy Murphy u.v.u m... 33,175 perintendent deserves praise for the the county. A large Imr.i belonging ask an appropriation for the building The ladies of the McKinney Baptist in Boyle. splendid work ho has done during his to Douglas Jeffries, this side of of a Tuberculosis Hospital in or near church will have an ice cream supper rwy ... ..- :n i. .i: i n .1.. William M. Seay, a popular and (5.125 sojourn in Stanford, which is due to Waynesburg, was blown down flat. that city. ..'.' . . ". ."?, Miss Mossic Hell hen he was there some at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick successful business man of the Atoka (5,750 tlie competency of its Superintendent timber nnd telephone poles were also months since the city council appro- Scudder, near McKinney, .... .o Miss liertrudc Cum litt t... m.,.i.. i... Saturday section of Boyle, died Sunday, aged til; liitiui; in lint .iiu iiniiL'.i. and his teachers in each department. blown down nnd young corn and priated $1,000 towartl that end. I Uud, Ky. nignt, Juno nth. The proceeds or 51, after a protracted illness of paral1,000 Miss I.cnnie Hurton other crops d.niagou by washing of the evening will go to a fund which ysis. Mrs. Alex C. Dunn, an aged Estill County Liable for Bonds. Wm. D. Cover Sell Farm. the land after tho heavy downpour, is being formed for the erection of and respected widow, died Ky. Yotemite, at her The Court of Appeals handed down an we Baptist church at this hustling ;home William D. Cover sold this morning 1,000 o HOW THEY STAND TODAY Danviile( Saturday. o Miss Ruby Lee Fogle She is Pulaski Marriage. All are Invited to attend survivea by two children, Mesdames u decision Wednesday that Estill little city. 1,000 to A. C. Moore his farm on Logan's Following is the standing of o Miss Sally Estes o Mark Converse and .Miss Myrtle county is liable for the bonds voted in .. McMurray. 1,000 Creek, known as the George Carpen" o of the contestants up to Tues- - o Miss Guy Jones W. ii. of Indianapolis, and V"" .. Dikeman, people of UWt I IV.3 ..111 UV 1,000 ter place. It contains 131 acres .Somerset, popular young Hclenwood, 1888 to aid in the construction of the VW .VU. HIIU 1st, 1015. Pin o Miss Anita Wells o day, June. Harry Sims, of Danville, to cluped all who attend willhave & B. R. It. R. N. I. These bonds, served and 1,000 and possession will be given Nov. 1st. o votes together or place in en- - o Miss Eclyn Cash Mr. Gover bought tho place of Sam Tenn., and were made one. James which originally amounted to $ 17,000 a most enjoyable evening. Mlddleburg, Ky. o veloncs befoio depositing in 'o Cloudburst in Bell County. Huddleston nnd Iilella Carter, of are now worth with interest about 1,000 J. Hell some fourteen months ago for o the ballot box. Votes nxiy he o JIis Ruth Dye II. D. .Miracle, of Cubage, Bell Hurnside, were married in Somerset $75,000. Estill taxpayers sued to Robbed His 'Seng Bed. . ., ... 1,000 between $14,000 and $15,000 and o clipped from the paper or they o Miss Stella Jones. county, in remitting for his paper, enjoin the levying of n tax to pay while the price Mr. Moore paid is pri- by Judge Jasper. Arabia, Ky. W. 11. Lair's bloodhounds were tel- writes thut one of the heaviest rains o tire given free on both old and o 1,850 vate, we nre at Liberty to say thut the bonds and interest and got a ephoned for nbout noon Sunday hy a fell Thursduy that he has ever seen. o new subscriptions'. Ask for o Miss Lake Carter . . New of the Churches. judgment; but it was reversed with he niiule a nice profit. Mr. More will Mr. Vaught, of Eutanks, whose gin- The various streams in his county o votes when paying your sub- - o k services at the Presby n Cleve-o'lnu- d likely spend the winter in Florida but On account of his illness in seng bed had been robbed of some of were past fording in 30 minutes after to dismiss the suit. o scriptions. o II, Young he is uncertain yet as to where he terian church Wednesday evening, hospital, Gen. Dennett its 'seng. The canines were sent down the ruin began to fall, he says. Conof the United will locate permanently. Mr. Moore June 2, at 7:30. A meeting of the Having Good Fa nn Home BuXt and they trailed to thu home of n siderable damage was done by the o commander-in-chie- f teachers will be held any mistake in the count Confederated Veterans, has designn- - cume hero from Drydcn, Washing- - Sunday-schoIf there is U. S. Traylor is having a comfort- party. No arrest was made but it is seeming cloudburst. the of any contestant's voto up to tho ted Gen. George P. Harrison, of y ton, somo two months ngo and has at Tho close of this service. tells of residence built on his not improbable that one will follow. Williamstown News a able, dale, call it to the attention 'ikn, Ala., to net in his stead at the swnt u good deal of time looking farm, the old Alex Traylor place, Tho dogs mndo a pretty trail a dozen J. Corrcl has been made postmasof the contest nuintiger before next Richmond reunion, which began to- - for a farm. He is originally from revival being conducted in that city near Dudderar's Mill. Will Stone, of or more hours after tho theft. ter at Pulaski, Pulaski county. by a father and his two sons. It must the Waynesburg section and is n good he a great satisfaction for ii father this city, is tho contractor, which citizwn. It is generally regretted to feel that his good example means that the work is going to be that Mr. Gover and family have seen borne fruit, and to know that has well done. his fit to leuvo Lincoln. ' sons are following tho way he blazed THE INTERIOR JOURNAL'S Hackley Winchester. to them. This Ballot Several new homes are being built outEld. Joseph Bnllou preached nt the Miss Mary Huckley, daughter of TRAVEL TOUR AND PRIZE CONTEST in Hrodhead and n great deal of paintMust Ba Nomination Blank Good For 1,000 Vote .Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hackley. of this ing and repairing is being done. Tho Christian church at l'arksvillo Satur- city, and Mr. Francis O. Winchester, Voted on or day night, Sunday morning and SunCONTEST DEPT., INTERIOR JOURNALi town presents a progressive, thrifty day night. He served this congre- of Los Angeles, California, were marappearance Business is good and the gation for -- 5 or more years and it ried on Wednesday evening. May 10 Before I hereby nominate a candidate In your Big Travel Tour ind people of tho little city on the side of June 10th was a great treat for the members of ut tho First Christian church of Los Prize Conteti a hill are happy uud contented. iigeles, tho Rev, Russell Thrapp of it to hear thu "grand old mun" once NAME more. Kid. Bullou says he greatly en- ficiating. Get Rid of Your Rheumatism. joyed his btay in the little place. P. O. FOR Indigestion and Constipation. Now is tho time to get rid of your DISTRICT No.. ".., "About five years Bgo I began tak For an Impaired Appetite rheumatism. You can do it if you NOMINATED BY ing Chamberlain's Tablets after sufAddress apply Chamberlain's Liniment. W. A. To improve the appetite and strengAddret Lockhard, Homer City, N. Y writes, then the digestion try a few doses of fcring from indigestion ami constipa"Last spring I buffered from tlieuma-tls- Chamberlain's Tablets. Mr. J. 11. tion for years without finding any This Coupon, when neatly cut out and brought or mailed to Send neceiiary blank and instructions. with terrihlo pains in my arms Seitz, of Detroit, Mich., nays: "They thing to relieve me. Chumberlain's the Contest Department of the Interior Journal will count for tha person whose name I written thereon. and shoulderB. I got n bottle of restored my appetite when impaired, T.'lilets helped mo at once and by Note Only one nomination blank will b accepted for any one Chamberlain's Liniment nnd the first relieved mo of a bloated feeling and iKirfr them for several weeks I was candidate, Tha name of thote making nomination will not ba di- Contestants ihould clip and save the coupon and gat their application relieved me. By using caused a pleasant and satisfactory red of tho complaint," writes Mrs. vulged. friend to do likewise. (Not good after tha date above mentioned.) one bottle of it I was entirely cuted." movement of the bowels." For side i.y E. McMullen, Phelps, N. Y. - ale by ull dealers. For sale by All Dealers. by all dealers. YOU WILL START NOW YOU CAN WIN ONE OF THE RICH PRIZES EN-TE- R e. well-know- nt hnn-ille- per-noil- cr 1 u . . . i!il R-- 'J R-- Er R-- 6,.-.2- 'le 1 i 1. (, i -- K-- up-T- he -l H-- K-- Hal-lou- Gnn-fiel- I Gan-fiel- "' I -l J n, ...., !"."." .i. :... '"""' -- ooooooooooooooooooo 1- -4 ":'LrJZ !yJ 0.., Mid-wee- oooooooooooooooooo Opcl-piese- nl two-stor- NOMINATE A CANDIDATE Good for 50 Votes - m :s j i -- e A Bank's Responsibilities This bank is responsible to its depositors for the money they entrust to its care. It is responsible to its stockholders for the safe investment of its resources. It is responsible to the community for a large share of the prosperity it enjoys, and for the wisdom with which its resources are applied to worthy business enterprises. It invites the accounts of responsible people, who desire the facilities of a strong, responsible bank. 1 v1t,.J The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, June The Interior Journal WALTON ( ' k.- - Hf'f' ...; sac-:-.- -1 1 , 1915. Swish! CfNufitRt! in Editors A TEAK & 8AUFLEY and Malingers. W.Um"8ETS-IT!- " Corns Vanish f 2 Seconds, 2 Drop For tTTrjVodr with corns, there U In every drim store In tho land one of the rrnl wnndtrs ot tho world, nml thnt'i JKT8.IT" for cemil 111 the nrst nnd only corn-cur- e ever known that removes HTURTtt of- IN ADVANCE art UNDERWEAR. No part of a man's wearing apparel is as much satisfaction when it fits or as annoying when it does not fit as his Underwear. We can fit you. We have MUNSING Un ion Suits at $1, $1.50 and $2 in regulars, tails and stouts; sizes as large as 50. We have the Separate Pieces in Poros Knit and Bleached Balbrigan, both shirts and drawers at 25 and 50c and the elastic seam and ankle drawers at 50c; all sizes, 30 to 50 inches. B. V. D., the standard Nainsook Union Suits, Athletic Styles, Short Legs and No Sleeves, very light in weight, cool and comfortable, at $1. We can fit you in underwear. And if your underwear fits, you are comfortable, Call and let us show you what we have for you. Mttnd Intmi (If ml a( l malltr. SHnltri a LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL' BANK Stanford, Ky "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE' Capital, $100,000; .Surplus $100,100. Resources $520,169.00. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Interior Journal Is authorized to announce the following candidates for office, subject to the Domaerntlc primary, August 7th, 191C. For Circuit Judge f Mercer county. C. A. HARDIN, CHAS. C. FOX,, of Boyle county. For Commonweal ih'a Attorney E. V. rURYEAR, of Boyle county. R. W. KEENON. of Mercer county. J. S. OWSLEY. Jr., Linooln county. For Rallraad Commissiancr r .. ti.ar r, t--r , tr i.. J. E. NEWMAN, of Nelson county. For Circuit Clerk JESSE D. WEAKEN. MARSHALL C. NEWLAND Far Representative in Legislature W. G. GOOCII. H JJ avasjajflJHay n n k l LUmmA "Some V l it W. H. Shanks, Pros. W. M. Bright, Cashier. J. B. Paxton, J. W. Rochester, Asst. Cashier. Vice-Pres. H. &W. Pure Prepared Paint "The Brand that Satisfies" CJHas been sold in your community for pail ten years. Ask your dealer for names of users. CJThen inspect that property and inquire of the owner. JThat is the beil way to safeguard your interest. That's IV. best advertisement. V? I I Criminology has never recorded widespread interest in n case as that shown in the conviction jnd sentence of Leo Frank, condemned to die for the murder of Marv Pha- Every turn known Ban, in Atlanta. to legal tacticians has been made to save him, and having exhausted every resource except final appeal to the prison commission for commutation of sentence, this has been resorted to. But the chain of evidence and court procedure was so (irmly woven about Frank that nil efforts to free him have failed, and the best that can be hoped in his behalf is the reduction from sentence of death on the gallows to life imprisonment. A delegation from Chicago will appear be fore Gov. blaton in r ranks behalf. and the Louisiana Leislnturc has en tered a protest against his execution. These may be set down as the most significant devolopmmts of recent days, though tlie petitions signed by thousands of persons in every part of the country should not be overlooked in appraising the volumnc of what might be termed a popular uprising to save a condemned murderer from pacing the legal penalty. In view of all that has been and will be done, ii is only reasonable to pre dict that the prayer of the petitioners will be successful. It would be more tfcan remarkable for any governor to hold out against such pressure as is being brought to bear upon the governor of Georgia. He has a difficult duty to perform. He has the ability to perform such a duty Let him pon der well before he acts. such News comes from Lexington thai Col. W. P. Walton, candidate for the Fair Trot. M'ami.tl. Wli.l? Cera Con. 7 Yt, I Uicd'CETS-IT.'- " any nnd every corn or callus altbont (all. without fussing with thlolc bnnilaee,, too talvrs. Irritating hnrnrtsrt, ointment. It's applied in 3 seconds bind, bltiu ? drops, tho work li done, the corn shrivels up, your corn ngony ends and tho corn lenves forever I All the limping, tho pains thnt dart to your heart's core, tho cruclfUlon ot having to wenr shoes over screnmlng corns, the danger of blood poison from miUoi them bleed by uln knives. rmtrs and scissors -- oroRonent lastl "(lETS-lT'M- s tho new urny, tho sure, simple, painless rny. Try it for corn, cnllu.cn, wnrts nnd bunions. "GKTS-1T- " Is sold by druggists every where. o n bottle, or sent direct by K, Corhlcngo. Lawrence A given Free in the Interior big Tour and Prize Contest Thirteen Splendid Vacation Trips Journal's H& 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. TO THE PUBLIC. I represent the largest and best clothing house in this country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago 111. My experience in measuring and directing the maxing of your clothes, gives me the advantage over one who is not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order I will promise you a square deal. You will get the worth of your money, either in tho cheapest grades or the higher priced. My SPRING and SUMMER line of samples are now ready for your in made-to-order spection. Call and let me show you. H. C. RUPLEY, the Practical Tailov HARRY JACOBS Manufacturers and Dealers in High - Class Monuments. Original Designs and Prompt Service Guaranteed Quality Connections at all Granite and Marble Quarries. Office and Works on Cemetery Hill. phone 164 Closed on Saturdays KENTUCKY : STANFORD democratic nomination or Secretary of State, is more than pleased with his prospects. He is daily receiving assurances of support from every sea tion of the State and it looks as if he is sure to "knock the persimmon." Col. Walton's newspaper work has kept him from making a canvass of the State, but he proposes to spend the month of July seeing the voters. e of work for the party If a of paifes entitles a man to recognition, Miems to us Col. Walton should have little trouble in beating the bunch that has pitted against him He was working and contributing to the cemoer&tic party before several of his opiionents were born, as well as while the majority of them were filling thpir stomachs at the pie coun ter, it is hu tunc to get the liberty promised the "eternally vigilant," and if the signs of the times count for anything he is going to get it in the coming August primary. life-tim- The Howling Green Messenger tries to make a point over the fact that the Interior Journal opposes a convention before the primary nnd yet wants to submit the state-wid- e question to ii vote of the people, nnd asks if the I. J. is afraid to trust the people on the question. There s no inconsistency in our position, whatever, Friend Leigh. You know, or you ought to know from your long experience in politics that the wishes of n few politicians nnd not the great mass of the people us, ally rule a convention. You know that is so. Kvery man in the 1911 platform convention will recall that the vote to put the county unit bill in the platform was really very close, yet the sentiment of the people of the state at the time was overwhelmingly for it and overwhelmingly dry. Yet a few liquor politicians, led by the editor of the Courir-Journa- l, fought to keep it out and cast a large vote against it, totally disproportionate to the senti ment in the state. And that is just why the Interior Journal has contended and is contending that the be put up question of state-wid- e squarely to a vote of the whole peo pie and not be subjected to the ma imputations of a bunch of peanut pol iticians in n convention. McROBERTS & BAILEY MAIN STREET Deafness Cannot Be Curedfc - STANFORD, KENTUCKY l!r lo'll apiilli atloBi, dl.'i'nl Hirtlm uf thr - wij . ctiilltkin .if tbi this tulw U tnHim.,1 Jim hTj-- a Till nun1 or Imprrffct lirarlnjr. ami vlru ruraMIn? I" It'1 rr.ult, n.l It l entirely r,.r.l Hkfii out and nnlr. the infliromatlon ran l romlltl'ii, lifar-IIn lt normal tbU tntw fnr.Tt-r- ; nine m.r. otlt of will trn art rauvl i,t Catarrh, whln la notliln but an Inflawr,! condition or the tmiivn. mrfacra. for any r will glii" oro Ilnnilrnl IMlarthat cannot raw la hr catarrh) of Poafn- curt-ly Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send f circular., frw. , CO., O. Jfflw, rmiwlln. tocnr- mn Iif and l ruil br an InUsniwl llnlns of ttio I'uitachlaa tht th rinnot tli7 Ttwn- l rrsrh nue imiI r l IT enottttull "CHERRIADE," New Fountain Drink. TO INTRODUCE THIS NEW DRINK WE WILL GIVE T.R.E.E WITH EVERY GLASS, A BOX OF CANDY. THE CANDY WILL ONLY LAST A FEW DAYS, SO COME EARLY 5c A GLASS rrt'rl ( l:ud Toledo. Sold or Prussl.ta. TSc. Mils for cvnatlpatlon. Hall a Jamil Tie Carl Wheeler Champion Shot Dr. Catl Wheeler, of Lexington, son of Mr. Charles Wheeler, of won the Illue Grass Championship in the nnnual trap shooting event at Lexington Monday. Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, THE REXALL STORE THE M05T Ky. e, Here's What You Want People's tise What Market Place AdverYou Have to Sell Hot Weather F ij Clothing. : fiplf kLA f y WE HAVE A NEW LINE OF SERGE BEACHES, PALM COATS AND MEN'S, YOUNG MEN'S AND BOY'S LINEN AND PALM BEACH PANTS. think would make an ideal treasurer. The gentlemen may get some glory out of the empty honor that has been conferred upon them, but they will have to be content with that. This is democratic year and the Prohib-itnonishave about as much show as a snow ball has in the plutonian regions. ts Lincoln county has two gentlemen on the Prohibition ticket nominated in Louisville last week. They are Andrew Johnson, now of Wilmore, but who for years lived in this coun ty. He is a son of "free bilver Johnson, known far and wide. Mr. Johnson, who is a sanctified Methodist preacher, was nominated for Governor. The other nominee is Mr. A. W. Carpenter, who the "prohibs" Iflfell'fe mmll x Straw Hats OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. PANAMAS AND LINEN HATS BAREFOOT SANDALS FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY. OXFORDS FOR DRESS WEAR THE "SELBY" FOR THE LADY WHO WANTS HER FEET TO LOOK NICE. OUR SIZES NOT BROKEN YET. ARE Since the beginning of the European war more than 150,000 Italian reservists in this country have returned to Italy There are still more than 400,000 in the United States, but whether or not these, n great majority of whom are laborers, will be called to the colors is not known. The num ber of Italian men of all ages in this country is estimated at 2,000,000, and it is believed that 35 per cent of them are at an age that would make it possible for them to go to the battle front. The Somerset Herald says that Dr. Godbey, aged 82, will preach a num ber of sermons in Pulaski county, as he "wants to see all of the old folks and their children before he goes to heaven." Has the old divine such a bad impression of the people of our sister county that he does not expect to meet them in the land beyond the skies? Layman as we are, we had thought better of our neighbors just South of us? Madis-pSquare Garden, New York, has a picture theatre wth a seating capacity of 12,000, and is able to boast the largest place of entertainment of this kind in the world. The country has gone wild on movies, aid perhaps it is better thus. There are many worse and moro expensive ways of spending trie evenings than in a picture house. 7si- - ysi, ,tI- - ... ROBINSON'S, STANFORD. Fresh Vegetables Always on Hand. Get Them in Three Times Each Week. Best of Fruits of Various Kinds. Call and Get Some. . B. Campbell, Stanford. Sixty graduates will receive their at Asbury College, Wilmore, Albin Corneilson is the latest Wednesday when commencement shy his castor in the ring for ocrat to will be held. The festivities Representative from Madison county. incident to the close of the school He makes the fourth and the wise year began last Friday. ones say the end Is not yet. dem- The statement is made that patrons of motion picture shows rarely need the services of a We move nerve specalist. Gooc. that Stanford people save the price of doctor's bills and at the same time spend an hour or so pleasantly by seeing the splendid pictures Manager Hays Foster is showing at the opeia houic. con-firm- FOP. SALE Eli Hay press in first class condition. Will sell reasonable. Editor Albright, of the Mt. Vernon Address Albert Schuler, Wayncsburg, 41-Signal, has turned political prophet R. F. D. No. 1. and it onli;'hlfning his readers as to the democratic nominees they will GENUINE German Millet Seed for sunjiort in November, lie thinks sale by the Junction City Lumber n Stanley for governor. Black for Co., (Incorporated), of Junction City, 37-governor, Milliken for secre- Ky. t tary of state, Colycr or Rhea for Auditor, will sweep hi county like a cyAUTO LIVERY I am now pre- clone, an J of course that means they pared to make trips anywhere, day "vill carry the state. Coming down or night, rate, reasonable. Give me to smali'.r matters, he tells a wating a trial. Jas. Tribble. Phone 133. public that democratic nominees for Hi4' judge and Corrmonwcalth's Attorney in tin, district will have to beat LewA. S. PRICE DENTIST is L. Na'ker, of Lancaster, and W. W. Hours, C to 4 o'clock Lawwill, ( f for the respec-ti- o He fails tc say who will Office Over Shugar's Drug Store j ofiices represent Lincoln county in the next Legiblature and probably didn't have AND PRESSING. CLEANING time to "prognosticate" on who Rock- We clean palm Beach Suits for COc. castle's county ofliers will be in the We clean Palm Beach Suits for COc; sweet subsequently of a couple of we reputations; everything years hence. Some prophet is Edgar. we clean everything but the baby. wash but Call for and deliver all work, htew-aAndrew Johnson, whom the ProCarson nnd Bryan Perkins. W. 44-- 8 hibitionists nominated for Governor, U. Building, phone 1)000. says that if he is elected, his first oflieial act will be to pardon Henry $15.00 Reward Offered. YouUcy, which is proof that he is unI offer u rcwrrd of 815.00 for the job. Youtsey says he is detection and conviction of the par-tie- s lit for the stealing fence posts stneked in my guilty of all the charges against him. Does "Andy" know more about the yard, stealing rails out of my fences assassination of Goebel than Youtsey or uny thing on, or belonging to this place, cutting or peeling trees, does?" or any depredations whateer. I notify all parties that there is no pass Stanley said in his speech at through my place hereafter. Any Bos- - way that he's going to put nlowillg. if one not heeding this warning will be to fin. prosecuted to the fullest extent of they know how, after he is elected the law. W. 51. Hewes, 44-- 2 governor. If that's the only chance, old thy have to get back behind the mule, Moso Parka and the other 11 may rest easy. 8. lieu-tcnii0. rt Lan-casttoni-th's made public yesterday, claims that she was acting in "justified in finking the liner, asserting that it was an auxiliary cruiser, carrying concealed cannon below decks, and transporting troops and munitions. The note withholds final decision on the demands made by the United States. It declares the Imperial Government has no intention to submit neutral ships not guilty of hos tile acts to attacks by submarines or aeroplanes, and claims investigations of attacks on the Gulflight and the Cushing are under way. The note suggests reference to The Hague tribunal of certain matters in controversy. At Washington the reply produced a feeling of profound disappointment. Dissatisfaction was generally expressed at Germany's failure to an swer the demands of the United States. Persons close to the President have learned that he is determined to obtain reparation for the Lusitnna victims and assurances of respect for American rights. Failing in this, he will not hesitate to sever relatione with Germany, it is said. Germany, in her reply to the American note regarding the sinking of the The Lusitania, the text of which was ATTRACTIVE LINE OF SILKS, CREPES, CREPE DECHENE, POPLINS. IN CRAB SHOES TOSTED. John Herzog. Posted Anton Tona. Rear license tag No. 6401. Reward for return to this office. 13tf LOST SILK AND WOOL AND OXFORDS, SILK HOSE EVER SHOWN COME TO SEE FOR YOURSELF. i ORCHARD. Graduating Presents at Mueller's Jewelry Store, Stanford. YOUNG Jersey bulls for sale. Extra, both in quality and breeding. 43-F. Reid. Danville. It L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. TOBACCO bed for sale. Enough eight or ten ncres. M. S. plants to 4 Uaughman, Stanford, Ky. tf T. D. NEWLAND Opposite the I Ten young cows with calves by side. Josh Jones, Stanford, II. F. D. 388tf. No. 2. Plants for sale Have plant bed with plants a 100-foready to set. W. A. .Brent, Stan44-- 1 ford, No. 2. TOBACCO Court-Hous- e, Wants to Sell You a W. J. Oliver Plow. A Plow that is O. K. Also Your Good Fresh Garden Seed. Go To Farris' For Your Garden Tools and Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right. ail1 mil mass UNION SUITS. B. V. D. and Porosknit For Men and Boys. W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard - Kentucky .licfitoiips sv that Mrs. Jose phine Sobel fainted when she lost her tiftVi Vinulninil In ii 1'ennsvlvania mine explosion. No mention is made of the manner in wnicn sne ceieuraieu the death of the other four poor TUn INSURE Your Property in the J. C. M'Clary J. Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with SALIN & SMITH, Agents devils. diplomas W JS L. Beazley & Co., g Stanford, Kentucky UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMEI Office Phono 167. Hnt PhMU M STsMiFORD, KENTUCKY. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Matting, Rugs. FurnJ Furniture ture Exchanged far all Kindt Of Stack. PHONE 42 STANFORD. KY, '.i'!Bai m'mww 0y " J qifopZgLjjlgfi 7"" 1, The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, June Mr, Vnlcnllne Fngnly, of Wnynos-hurj- r, Mis Nnncy YcaRcr has returned Is tho guest of bin son, Ilruco homo after spending" Inst week In Dnnville attending tho Conclave. Fagnly bore. Miss Leila Gooch, of Lincoln counMrs. U. I). Phillip hits been to her bed for several days on ty, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Kbon Pettus.- - -- Somerset Hernlri. account of Illness. Miss Ccmitn Shcwmakcr, of More Mrs. I). W. Dunn, of HuHtonvillc, (a the guest of her daughter, Mr. Dan land, Is the guest of Miss Ottie Shea rcr at Montlccllo. Trnylor. Mr. nnri Mrs. T. W. Jones have re Mr. and Mr. Adam Pence nto re- turned here nftcr n visit to her par joicing over the nrrivnl of a little cnts, Mr. nnd Mrs. K. II. Normnn. daughter nt their home. The little Mrs. Charley Hrown, of the Gene miss ban been named Mary Elirnbcth. vn section, Is victim of that dread con-finc- il 1915. nn Interesting patty in the practice of his profession. The new member bears tho title of Dr. Jnmc Hnrrctt lUSfct:Z4ifil ? same residence with Dr. Gilbert nnd wife on Danville street. Relatives in this community nt the boyhood home of the husband were much shocked to henr of the sad death of Mrs. W. S. Klkin, Jr., nt her home In .tlantn. The ileccnscri wns a talented musician, being n graduate of tho Iloston Conservatory of Music, ancs was one of the J. T. Embr, of the auditor' of- disease, pellagra, most popular matrons in the city of fice at Frankfort, spnt from Sntur-da- y C. M. Jennings, of Danville, repre- Atlanta. Resides her husband she is until Monday with his family senting the J. P. Frnnk Grocery Co., survived by a half sister, Mrs. Apple-tohere. wns In this city yesterday. of Iloston. Miss Margnrot Shanks Is visiting Mr. It. L. I'ortcr returned The Odd Fellows and members of If not, do you expect to go through night from a visit to bis brother, her aunt, Mrs. II. Kirby Ilourne, nt Franklin Lodge, No. 7, observed life without one? Decoration Dny, Sunday May ,10th. Robert I'ortcr and family at Kcil, New I astir. Miss Charlotte Warren, who has Services were held in the Haptlst Illinois. Improve your financial condition. Mr. J. It. Cuss, who has been thu taught the past year nt Milrord, Tex., church Sunday nfternoon nt 2:30. concluded nftarwnrris nt the cemetery. guest of her daughter, Mrs. I.. II returned home today. Make money save It. Sunt. Gnrlnnri Singleton nnri family Mr. William Goodloc, or Pnris, hns Hilton, returned to her homo at Itroil attended the dedication of Pilot been visiting his cousins, Mrs. D. M. bead yesterday, church Sunday. Depo.it it in the Lackey anil daughter. Mr. C. Hays Foster and little Mrs. A. L. Foster and sons, of HusItr. nnd Mrs, Reiri Lnr nnd little daughter, Jane Murrell, havo return- tonville, nre the guests of Mrs. K. C. son, Reiri, Jr., of Middlcsboro, arc ed home after n visit to her parents, Jordan. here for a visit to Mr. Lear's parents, Dr. and Mrs. O. I'. Nuchols, at Pine-VlllMrs. C. R. Colemnn, Mrs. J. G. Mr. II. M. Lear, and wife of Paint Weatherford and Miss Claudia Katon Miss Susie Thompson, who has attended the banquet of the Knstern Lick. Mrs. Jessie Woodson has returned been the guest of the family of her Stars at Hustonville last week. to her home in Nicholasvillc after a uncle, A. J I hompson, in Jloylc, took Mr. and Mrs. D. Shewmaker. of where il will earn you interest and yesterday's train for her home at Mt. Washington conty, are guests of the pleasant visit to Mrs. E. L. Owsley. She accompanied Mrs. Owsley to DanVernon. secure you a living when you are old family of II. P. Shewmaker nt More-lan- ville last week for the Knights TemMrs. W. II. Mntheny, who has and too infirm to work. I t I I I plar Conclave. been ill for a month or more, was Miss Kdna Smith, of Corbin, is the Relatives able to come to town Saturday, ller guest of Mrs. Julia Hughes. Miss home regretand friends hern at his old very much to hear of friends were delighted to have her Smith attended the Conclave in Danthe serious accident that befell Dr. W. with them again. ville Inst week. A. Ynntis at his home at Pnragould, Mr. and Mrs. V. II. Iliggins left Mrs. J. R. Gooch, of the .McKinney yesterday for Richmond, Va., to visit section, who has been quite ill, is Ark. While attempting to disrobe one missed their son, Dr. Harry Iliggins, and considerably improved her many night recently, he breakingthe bed nnd fell to the floor n bone in wife, during the Confederate reun- frienris are glad to know. his left thigh, near the socket, nnd ion. K. C. Jordan, who has been sick Mrs. A. II. Ilaugh and little son, for several weeks, is not improving u bone in his left arm, above the Arthur Herbert, of Hustonville, nre as rapidly as his friends would like to wrist. As Dr. Yantis is advanced in years, his recovery is thought to be It. L. Smith, of Iliatt, Rockcastle the guestR of her mother, Mrs. A. .1. sec him. doubtful. He and his excellent wife .Simpson. Mr. Ilaugh and his mother Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Ilaughman, of recently celebrated their 50th marcounty, was a caller Monday. Mrs. Mary Ilaugh are visiting in Rus- Hustonville, nre receiving congratulariage anniversary. Mrs. 11. I). Carter went to Mitchells-bur- g sell county. Mr. Ilaugh will be here tions of their friends upon Monday to visit her mother. twill relievo your indigestion. Many Rev. S. II. Pollitt is engaged in a the latter part of the week. Wayne of another little daughter, the birth who r. series of meetings nt Bethlehem, Ky. 'jicoplo in thia town havo ucl them Mrs. Ilattic Perkins nnri Miss Cora C'onntv Uutlook. rived a few days ago. Mrs. Mary bpping, of Louisville, is nnil wo lin vo et to hear of a case v. hero Lee visited friends nt Lancaster yes- On hist Friday evening the Se- Mrs. M. B. Salin, who has been conterday. 'triors were entertained nt the home fined to her home for several months the guest of Mrs. R. Zimmer and they Lavo failed. Wo know tbo formula. IJoId otdy by us Mc a box.' Mm. Anna Bailey nnri Miss Linen 'of J. W. Rout, by a number of their on account of illness, was able to be dnughter, at Hotel Kengarlan. Penny's Drug Store. Holtzclaw were in Hustonville Mon- - .friends. The house and porch were out Sunday to the delight of her host BEE LICK. day for the day. (beautifully deccunted with (lowers of friends here. Delightful strawber- i Mrs. V. T. Davis, of Pinevillo, is .ani1 lanterns. Farmers ate almost tnrough plant Joshua Hubble, of the Waynesburg ","1 ieu crcum nml mke! were section, obtained ithe guest of hrr brother, V. I,. license Monday to ing corn. served very bountifully during the marry Miss llcrtha McKinney, of the I Carty and family here. We had a much needed rain rrtday Social Calendar i.- .pieusiim evening, i acre were anoui snme neighborhood. The wedding and Saturday. l M wuiitv 'tin U'.w..i. IIMIV 11(13 JUIU1IIVU i thirty-eigh- t who enjoyed the evening, will occur Sunday next. Arthur Secott who has been very Juno 8 The Hook club will meet home after a visit to her daughter, as eacli graduate invited one. . Hunn, Jr., is the name sick for some time Is improving. George IMrs. II. C. Wrny and family at Dan-- I with Mr. Robert Bruce. Miss Nancy Katherinc McKinney of Charles Metcalf. whs is on the po son who ville. delightfully entertained a few of her at n handsome little and Mrs. nrrived lice force of Detroit, Mich., is spend George the home of Mr. Misses . Fannie Epperson nnd Mar friends at her home on S. Ilurch J. S. Owsley mi I est Main his vacation wrth his father, Rev. ot .Mciunney. were street last Friday evening. Games W. Hunn at Moreland last week. The ing C. gueriie spent Saturday at Crab Orchard. guests of Mrs. (.eorge Lay at the Ve- - an, different forms of athletic sports fonri parents, are being warmly con C. Mrs.Metcalf. Hurnuis, who has been MI Annette Wray, of Danville, is Josh gratulated. nindii Hotel .Saturday. the guost of Miss Francos Tate. V(.rc. contested, with n great deal of Miss Luetic Cooper, who taught sick for the post few days, is better. Postmaster W. Logan Wood, wife Dr. J. duy Million, of (irayton, O., interest and laughter. Those who at Mrs. Maud Denson (nee Elder), year and pretty baby, of Danville, spent has been spending several days with 'tended the enjoyable occasion were: the past week at rulton, Mo., is spend who has been nick for some time, ing the with Mrs. Alfred Hew. his father, Hev. Joseph Ilallou and, Mr. Clem Hill and .Miss Gone Wood, Sunday with relatives bore. let at Charleston, that State, before died Thursday nfternoon. Interment Mr. Clarence Singleton and Miss Co- - returning home. She II. C I arpenter and Kwnlt Gtvens other relatives here. is expected to took place Saturday at Providence. Mrs. .Sarah K. Curtis, who has been ,ra II. Trostle. Mr. Joe T. F.mbry nnri nrrive in Stanford about Sunday went to Indianapolis, early in thu Hobart Plyaforth has returned to week to witness the big auto races. with her sister, Mrs. Mary I. Ilurch 'Miss Clara Cash, Mr. John Cash anil next. his home near Snacktown after a Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Taylor sni'tit for Mime months, left Saturday for Miss Fiances Kmbry, Mr. Igo Perry Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Gaitskill, Miss protracted stay in this vicinity. several days in Frankfort with rein-- ! Paris, where she will visit for n while and Miss Annette Wearen, Mr. Stith Elizabeth Grimes, Miss Annie McMil C. C. Herschey and W. H. Isaacs tivos. i before going to her home at Georgiv N'oe and Miss Annie Rogers Powell, Ian and Miss Whitley, of Paris, mo attended 1. O. O. F. banquet at Crab -Hon. nnri Mrs. W. n. .hanks went 'town. Mr. Morris Bruce and Miss Annie tored to this city Saturday and were Orchard Friday night. , S. Kmbry to Richmond Sunday to spend n few I Mr. ami wife have Vanarsdale Craig, Mr Clarence Coop- - the guests of Mrs Lucy Miller Hart Born to the wife of M. M. Thompilnys with the family of Mr. T. E. been in Louisville for the past week, or nnri Miss Rachel Hill, Mr. Sam Km Icy. son on the 10th, a boy. llnlriwin where Mr. Kmbry wn operntecl on for bry anil Miss Mary Ilniley, Mr. Wil Rev. James S. Todcr, will close his Miss Ida Judd. who taught in the Mrs. K. II. lliiiifforri nnri little an eye trouble. He stood the opera- - 'Ham ingerand Miss Lettic Walker Graded School here the past term, class in vocal music a,t Flat Woods daughter, of Somerset, ate guests of tion well nnd his mnny friends will McKinney, Mr. Richard Arnold and left for her home in Illinois, Sunday next. Mr. Amos Cordial had a nice hog the former's mother, Mrs. Geo, A. be glad to know that he is on the road Miss Nancy K. McKinney. Miss Sadie Saturday. Misa Judd made many Wenrcn and Mr. Hugh Rcid Foster. friends in this city during her so killed by lightning Friday night. Hughes, at McKinney. to recovery. W. E. Tnylor was thrown from a journ here and they will regret very much that she will not return to horse a few days ago but escaped with a general shaking up. Stanford in the fall. M. M. Taylor is ooing some carpenter work for Amos Cordial. Bowman Owtni In Anderson J. B. Stringer and wife visited relIlowman Owens, of McKinney, who atives here Saturday and Sunday. was recently appointed store-keepUncle "Wax" Hamm is visiting his Gilbert, and nt present resides In the HAVE YOU A BANK ACCOUNT ????? 3 5, LriiJiii ChHdron Cry for Fletcher's i sms n, VVXXVVVV.VVVVXCSSXXNVXVVS Tito Kind Yen Hiito Alwnys Bonglit, mid which hn heen in itio for oyer ) y;nrs, litis liurno Uio Mgtiutttro ot nml litis uoen inado under his pcr-y- zHotial Mitporvlsiiin slnco Its infniiiy. CLttAlM Allow no oiio to deed vo vou in thla. 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There was a called meeting of the Woman's Club on Wednesday afternoon. The object of the meeting was to hear a report from tho recent Federation of Clubs, held at Lexington. Miss Ilessie Rogers, of Danville, who has just closed a very success ful M'houl at Mt. Hebron, has accept ed a position to teach in the Perry- ville Graded school next term. Mrs. Fannie Cross, of Threply, Texas, who bad been called to Paint Lick by the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. Jack Hammack, is much greived by the sudden death of old baby. The little her boy was rushed to n Lexington hospital and died shortly nftcr reach ing there. The father arrived from Texas and the parents accompanied the body back to their home for interment. G. C. Wilson, of Paint Lick, was the winner of three prizes in Transyl- vania University, he being a junior in the Arts and Science Department The AUTO LINE first pdize was in tho Bennett contest, next in the llarker short story (Daily Except Sunday) contest, and the third in the Patterson Library Society. The first prize Lcav Danville, Hotel Annex, 9:00 n, was $'20 in gold; the next prize $10 nt, and 1 :30 p. n. in motley or books, and the third first prize was in the Bennett Leave Stanford, Hotels, 11:00 a. m. Mr. Wilson and his friends and 4:00 p. m. predict quite n bright future for him, Mrs. Robert 1. hmbry entertained FARE $1.00 Each Way the .Mission Study Class at her home in Hill Court on Wednesday after- O. L. MINKS, Prop. Danville, Ky. noon, from 3 to 5. Quite a number of Lancaster peo-- . Telephone No. 681 pie attended the Conclave in Dan ville last week. Mr. Monto Fox, of Danville bought of Mr. J. H. Ruble nnd son, of this When Motoring to county, 200 cattle which is pronounced the best ever sold in Garrard county. They will average 1,250 pounds and were sold for 8 cents u pound, Stop At The the cattle bringing $20,000. The Henlth Exhibit Car sent out by the State Tuberculosis Commission wns in Lancaster Thursday afternoon. And Refresh Yourself Dr. Jokoph Severance of Frankfort, is in charge of thu car tissistcri by in our Soda Parlor. Dr. Severance ,W, G. Simpson, Jr. lectin ed at tho school auditorium on Thutfday night, the lecture being (Incorporated) by a number of interesting DANVILLE, - - KY. pictures. Dr. J. S. Gilbert has added quite e. con-You- ing much damage to gardens and crops, several gardens were com pletely destroyed by the hail as were also several corn fields. These were washed out so bad that their owners have decided to replant. The storm also blew down twelve apple trees, several largc white oak trees, a barn and did considerable damage thruout the community. Mr. Walter McKinney and Miss Cora Haugh were united in wedlock's holy bonds Sunday by Rev. R. E. Todd. They arc both popular young people of our neighborhood and we hope that Uicir life may be one long dream of happiness. Miss Helle Singleton has returned from a protracted visit with Miss Ef-fi- e Farmer at Xcal's Creek. Mrs. Lillie Brown is slowly recov ering from a very severe illness. Mr. J. u. .Mcuutlic went to Cincinnati Sunday. The Pilot Baptist Church will be dedicated Sunday. .May 30th. Rev. Powell of Louisville will preach the Dedicatory sermon. Everybody is invited to come and bring a large basket of dinner. Master Glenn Morgan is spending the week with his cousin Oris Singleton. Mr. E. W. May has moved into the nice bungalow which he has ejected on his farm. He gave our young peonephew, Elbert Elder for a few days. ple a party Saturday night, and all report an enjoyable time. Logan Stephens our popular V. S., HANGING FORK. is kept busy at present, as so much May 20, 1915. Sunday morning twenty-on- e years sickness seems to prevail among the today, dawned on as dismal, bleak a stock in our vicinity. sleet and snowstorm as ever fell in WAYNESBURG. r. It was officially stated Miss Etta Gooch of Somerset, is that the precipitation was twelve visiting Miss Anna Padgett and other inches. Of all tender vegetables, but one relatives in this place. Mr. Van Singleton left Wednesday tomato plant in wr:ser's garden survived. Of his twenty acre field not the 19th, for Argenta, III. Mrs. W. R. Pitman and children, a stalk of corn escaped nnd many days it was a dark ground with con Leona and Dclmar, of Eubank, visspicuous yellow stripes of the dead ited Mrs. H. IL Singleton Monday. Master Lewis Reynolds returned stalks. Many furrowed out and re planted corn. Having had a plat of from a visit to relatives in Stanford early garden corn killed twice and last week. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Caldwell and third luxuriant growth from same again, (roasting ears a month later children, visited Mrs. Alice Gooch than ordinarily), reliance on that ex- last week. Mrs. Mattie Gooch, Mr. Claud Sinperience was well founded and not a gleton and Miss Effie Jenkins, were hill needed a replant. I ho crop of grain was normal. On at King's Mountain Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Gooch came up bottom fields but a negligible per from Somerset last week to see their cent wns killed, Strawberries were gathered and sister, Miss Leila Gooch, who is ill. Mr. Jesse D. Wearrcn of Stanford snow from the drifts was used n freezing cream for the savory, stan was here last week. Odd Fellow's Memorial Day will be dard combination. Fires in sitting rooms, mornings and evening, were observed here Sunday, June 0. All the order till the first of June. Mon- the members are requested to meet day, fourth of June, was almost a at the hall at 1 p. m. Ihe Waynesburg Milling Co., are roaster. Large melon patch replanted that day proved as prolific as ever erecting a flour mill on Pike street grown here studded with melons af- and expect to be ready for business in about 'sixty days. ter fall freeze had killed vines. iMr. 1. J. liurleson and son. John. Nineteenth this year was very sim ilar to thnt of 1894 as remembered went to Cincinnati Sunday. .Misses virgie anil Nora rlorcnco by same anil another ulizzard was an ticipated. Weather-wis- e still see re- visited Miss Sarah Smith Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Singleton arc verse portents of the "signs" which determine their predictions and re- - rejoicing over the arrival of a little mnin firm in the faitn which fails as daughter in their home. Mrs. Horace Wilson of Wilmore, often as it is fulfilled. An almanac will long continue a visited her son, Mr. J. S. Dumas and wife last week. reliable (?) weather-guidMr. IL L. Dumas of Somerset, was "Old Timer." hero Friday. Mrs. T. J. Burleson visited her sis DANVILLE AND STANFORD ter, Mrs. W. IL Horton Sunday. mid-winte- Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Benedict havo A storm of rain and hail fell in this vicininty Sunday morning do been recent guests of friends at Only One Entirely Satisfactory "I have tried various colic and diarrhoea remedies, but the only one that has given me cntre satisfaction and cured me when I was afflicted is Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy. I recommend it to my friends at all times," writes S. N. Galloway, Stewart, S. C. tor sale by all dealers. MT. ZICN. Everybody is rejoicing over the heavy rains that have recently fallen. Rev. J. G. Livingston failed to till his appointment at this place last Sunday. Mrs. Esther Poynter and daughter Grace, have returned to their home at Boone, Ky., after spending a week here with her daughter, Mrs. Minnie Irvtn nnd brother, A. A. Wren. Born, to the wife of Henry Ncal, a fine baby girl. Mr. Bryant Brown was the guest of Mr. P. T. Peace last Sunday. Mrs. Ida Thompson and children, have been visiting her sister, Mrs. Smith at Woodstock. Mr. W. T. Holdam is tossing his hat in the air, over the arrival of a little daughter at his home, who has been called Lizzie. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Thompson were the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Delaney's last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thompson visited Mr. and Mrs. Granville Murrell last Sunday. The stork, that noble bird, visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Greaschop leaving them a bouncing girl. Tho young lady has been christened Elizabeth. Miss Berdie Graham is at home again after spending sometime at Mt. Vernon. Mrs. George White and children were the guests of Mrs. Griffin Sunday last. Misses Birdie and Hazel Graham were the delightful guests of Mrs. Ida Thompson Monday afternoon. Several from this part will attend the Decoration Day services at Ephesus church on next Sunday. Josiah Smith, oT Woodstock, was in this part last Sunday calling; oa his best girl. Wheat crops are almost a failure la this part. Mr. George White has been in Lancaster on business for several days. The Death Angel visited at tho home of old Aunt Catherine Lays, on April 30th, and took her loving sister, Martha Delaney. She was G8 years of age and had been a devoted member of the church for 47 years. She and her sister lived alone. Aunt Catherine certainly has the sympathy of the entire community in her sail bereavement. O'Nan. mC liirP'iSrFB ....DANVILLE.... Shop Perfect. SHOP PERFECT and relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Rice, of Shelbv City. Mrs. Milforri Williams and Mrs. Joshlin of Junction City, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rice. Mr. Matthew Dreislcr'g new house is Hearing completion. George Lwe Gaddis is seen going towards Moreland every Sunday after-nooWonder what apple has taken his eye? As it has been so long since having a report from Harris Creek, it is ulmost too lute to report tho death of Mrs. Chrix Dreisler, which occurred about three weeks ago, Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Wac goner and Rev, McClure. Interment at .Moreland cemetery. Mrs. John Maxoy of Junction City is visiting her mother, Mrs. D. M. n. Mrs. W. S. Rice. Chester Rice, son of Jack Rice, is very ill. Miss Fannie GatldK of Junction City, is spending a week with friends rainy weather at this writing. The rain was badly needed. Miss Hettie Rice is visiting relatives at Junction City. Mr. and Mr?. Ollie Cox, of Mt. I'reeman spent Sunday with Mr. and HARRIS CREEK. We are having some real cool and Stove Burns Oil Or Gasoline. Detroit Vapor Stoves "Work Like Cas." Simply light tho burner nnd out your cooking on at once iutt like a city gai (love. You have a hot moke- lest Tire right from the start. Of all stove that we know of as long a wo have been in business, we believe tho "DETROIT VAPOR" stove the best made. We invite you to call at our store to see them and we will alia you an illustrated booklet describing these stoves in full detail, W. H. HIGGINS. i - M ta irrppriX'-tir'T- "9XmBffri T-rm- WfT n( f The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Your Children Oflcn children do not lot pircnt know tto-nre constipated. They fear something cltitrxstcful. 'I hoy will hko Jtcxall Orderlies a nuM laxativo that tastes like sugar. Sold only by us, 10 cents. milch week. cow tho Tuesday, June n, j 1 , 1915. Jcjo MnMey, of McKinncy, oM n ov to I. W. Livingston Inst week for $21. Tho .Mlc Ciooch, of McKinncy tolil to V. K. ilrniUhnw, three honti nvernuinu IfiO pounds, nt kIx nnd n tl latter pnrt of Inst young Mnthcny sold to Centct Uros., 40 hogs nvcrnging 225 pound nt 7 ll cents nntl 40 heifers for Aug-us- t delivery nt 0 II. S. Cnywood, of Hourbon, bought Penny' Drug Stora. n number of need mulci nt Mt. Ster Monday, nt prices Farm and Stock News ling, to $200 each. milling from $100 Luco & Moxlcy, of Shelby sold to W. A. Carson lost n very vnlunblo W. L. Yost, of Knnsns City, their V. M. c. show bull, Prince Kupcrt VIII., for $2,000, which has boon n winner nt the shows on the Grand Circuit. C. C. Carpenter, Hustonvlllo sold the for n fancy price, the bnv snddlo marc I'lora Lee C, by Dignity Dare by Chester Dare, to A. S. Chewnlng, of Columbia, Ky, Two saddle horse. Hright Hoy nnd H right Stnr, nnd Ninn Knndolpli by Star McDonald, were recently sold to W. K. Lcland, Detroit, Mich., for $3,000 by James P. Kvnn, George- jlamhs for which ho paid $80; he also town. purchased from Ml. Kstcs 17 light John T Collinsof North Middle-tow- hogs nt six nnd n half conU n pound. & Sons, of Itrom Rube Morton, of Wnynesburg, sold K. Paris, .1,000 sacks containing 2J.00O (he bought 14 hogs nt six nnd three pounds of cleaned fnncy seed. The quarter cents delivered here. price paid wns 07 cents n bushel for I M. H. Allen, who I buying stock 1,000 sacks nnd $1 n bushel for the nt McKinncy now, bought n couple of yearling cnttlo from Major Snow nt other 2,000 sacks. K. C. Arnold, of Stanford, botiRht I $35 nnd $37.50 nnd two cows from of Cyrus Kstcs, in tho Fishing creek V. I). Klliott, for $110 j nnd one cow section, n bunch of 25 sheep nnd i from Dnve Allen nt $11 last week. TENNESSEE OFFICIAL WINS LONG FIGHT J, W Scnton of Linden, Clork of tho Circuit Court of the Twelfth Ju dlclnl District of Tennessee, wn for years n sufferer from stomach troubles In part a result of his confining work. Ho tried doctor nfler doctor. Ho tried medicines without end. Ono day ho took a doso of Mayr's Ho wroto: Wonderful rtemedy. "Your medlclna Is tho best tn tho world for any form of stomach trouble 1 nm glad to sny Hint ntter tnklnt; tho full treatment I feel that I am well. "I had very severe pains In my stora nch nil tho tlmo. Ono bottlo of your medlclna did mo ten times ns much f;ood ns nil the doctors' medlclno that I took for two years. My family phy. slclnn told mo that I would never bo nny better today 1 nm well. I hnvo coined twenty ilvo pounds." Mayr's Wonderful llemeily permanent results for stomach, liver nnd Intestinal nltmrnts. Kat ns much nnd whatever jou like. No moro distress after eating, pressuro of gas In tho stomach nnd around thohenrt. Oct ono bottlo of your dmitRlst now and try It on an absolute guarantee- - It not satisfactory money will bo returned. The 'Wteider Car" im Ifes. t IV half rent, n pound. Hnrry Payne Whitney' Kcldintr, llorrow, rnrryint; 12(1 pound won tho Kentucky Hnnriicnp nt n mile nnd n qunrtcr nt Douirlns 1'nrk over it hciuy, holding trnck nt i.nui.villu Hodge wm rcond nnd Saturday. Prince llcrnils tlilrd. Net nlue to the winner was $1 1,700. The time wn 2:10 It. K. Hurdle ItntiKh, n rnac cnthti-eiiin- t, of Ontnrin, Oil., i dijplnylnc n bloom of the Willinm Shcnn nriety which mcnMiros nix inches in diameter nnd nearly lit lnchc in circumference. The rose is perfectly formed nnd frnrrnnt. Mf. Ilnugh declares that n fertilizer of rotted potato parings was responsible for the mammoth blossom. In color It Is of a delicate shade of pink. In Missouri they have farm ndvlirs who go from place to plnce, carrying tho technical knowledge of fanning to the man nt plow. Hero Is the season record: Klcen ndvixers visited 3,2lii farmers nt their fnrms, mntlo 1 1,581 business calls, 11,718 telephone calls, wrote 1,1500 agricultural articles, wroto riO,JS2 letters nnd addressed . 1,108 meeting! nt which there wns a total attendance of 118,:i2l persons. This is only nbotit linlf of the thinirs done in n single season between August 1 nnd October .11. 2-- r. eo ' illII I' L W -1 11 11111 t Want a Ileller Poultry lions? Lexington, Ky., Mny 27, HUB. As a representative of the Poultry Investigational Division of the United States Department of Agriculture, I travel over miles nnd miles of territory in this stnte, and from the ear windows I see many new poultry hotihos just completed or In the course of construction. A lrn-at- . mn. jority of these nre totally unlit for the noustng or poultry. There is little exPUBLIC SALE cuse for this stnte of nirnlrs its the .t Poultry Department at Washington, As executors of the estate of J. J. nnd that department of jour State Agricultural Collect., nre prepared to uoinpMiu, ilcccnsed, we "will 1.0II furnih information regarding the 'publicly nt his late roMileutV on Crab construction of siniie, practical nnd Orchard nnd litnearter turnpike, ono up to date poultry houses. If there 'mile north of Premhcrsville, begin, is any farmer in this county who is jning promptly at 10 . m., thinking of buildinir a new noultrv j THURSDAY. JUNE 10th, J915 house or remodeling an old one and the following pcTniittes. 32 fnt desire information, write to me in !iog, weight iiitnut 22.1 pounds; 1 cttre of the Agricultural (Experiment bay mnre, 3 blue- cows nnd calves; Stution, Lexington, Kentucky. Yours 2 two year old 1 yriirling bull, very truly, II. W. Klckey, Stnte Direc-to- r extra good; I curling steer, 1 yearPoultry Club Work. ling heifer; 200 b..ruls old corn; 2 whwit drills; euttii g harrow; I hay The nojtolilco at Hvnttavillo u-mke; mowing much. ne; 1 robbed of $ JO in stamp Saturday !l cider mill; 1 buggj ; 1 cultivator;1 wagon, nis-h- t nnd u few hour' Inter J. II. alr stpek scales; corn plsnter; art Payne's store, xlsu in Cnrntnl, wns roofing tools; lot of lumber and robbed of $160 in money. many other furming implement too .numerous to mention. Oil, Oil, Attention Farmers. TERM- S- All sums under $10.00, I can save von mnnpv. ran fill v..nr cash in hand, over that amount to be barrel, or sell vou n No. 1. old on n credit of six months with ilate steel barrel with faucet, 50 negotiable note hearing ii per cent capacity, nt a low figure, and fill nme with the best oil at low prices, interest from date of sale. saving jou from Jl to 2. JAS. H. and J. FRANK THOMPSON, If you cannst make arrargements Executors through jour merchant, call or nhone I'nder the will of J J Thompson. S'nndard Oil gent. .1 W. SWKKX-KDinner on ground. Lancaster, Kj Phone 15 J. 30 Cnpt. A M. IIOUUNE, Auctioneer 1 - Formalin Tor Dloat in Cattle. The Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Stution made the important Tuesday that It has been found from experiments conducted nt the station that n cheap and convenient foimniin will nlmost immediately relieve bloat in cattle, which is so prevalent nnd destructive nt this time of the year. During tho early summer cuttle owner h.io to uko much 'caution to prevent their cattle from ihnvlng bloat from eating too fiecly oi green clover especially when tr is wet from rains or even dews. strs, 1 1 1 m-t- iral-lo- n FARM FOR SALE! Only a Blindfolded man would buy an automobile today without looking the Maxwell over There's no excuse today for any man who is "jollied" into buying over the 1915 Maxwell. ut On Wednesday, June 16th, 1915, at 11 A. M. a. ear befsre he looks We give you the two vital things in this Maxwell Car and then the 17 new features that have made the 1915 Maxwell the most talked-abocar ever produced. Here are the two vital things that any sane man wants when he buys an automobile In the first place a handsome, real automobile that he can be proud to ride in. In the second place Wa give you these two vital things, and X r a powerful, fast, economical automobile that will take him anywhere and bring him back. then just about every other detail of refinement, comfort and endurance that you can think of. Take power and hill climbing ability, for example when you buy a 1915 Maxwell you buy an exact duplicate of the stock Maxwell cars in which "Wild Bill" Turner and "Billy" Carlson broke two World's in two of the toughest, roughest moun Re-cords ever made Mt. Hamilton tain and Mt. Wilson. Take speed and endurance, for example when you buy a Maxwell you buy a car made by the same designers the same chief engineer from the same Maxwell Laboratory, tested steel, that was used in the Maxwell Racers in which Barney Oldfield and "Billy" Carlson both broke the 300-mi- le non-sto- p race records in Corona and San Diego. hill-clim- heat-treate- d, Read This List of Expensive Features. tbree-apeefon-le-- The 1915 Maxwell Has These Features And Many Others. "Up-keep- ") rail the car out of any mod or and. Tho Maxwoll Attractive Streamline Bodjj Low " Carburetor has a d selective sliding gear transmission The carburetor used on the Maxwell wan eipee-lall- y Pure streamline bodjr; graceful crown because Maxwell englneora do not cotmliler any designed for It' alter long and severe tests All tlia grace, style other type to bo worthy of the Maxwell car. with ill rlreli concealed and "map" that you will Dai In any of tbe nlghttst uminr every conceivable condltlun. Fconomy tours Double-SheRadiator with Shook priced cur. conducted by hundreds of dealer and owners la dlnorent sections of tho co'iLtry have proved Its Absorbing' Device Magneto efficiency. A Iti tjuln. respou.e In throttlo and Its The Maxwell handsome design, high tension peacefully curved,radiatorIt lala ofbuilt to be trouble extrtmely low cunsunptlnu of catullno. It has Nearly all the high priced cars hare and magnetos. A high tcnulon magneto gles positive proof. It la the eipenilve double shell type and been termed the law carburetor. ll Ignition. The blincis magneto, wall wlilch tliu ample cooling capacity The radiator la It equipped, la recogoiied ai one of the best baa Irreversible Steering Gear mounted to the frame by means of a shock abmagneto made. sorbing device on each aide, which relieves tha The crentest margin nf anf.tv tin. ttMti nm. radiator of all twists mid distort' ins of the frame, Tided In the steering gear of tho 111 IB Maxwell. Control Left Side Drive-Cen- tral caused by roughness of the road Tho shock ab- The Maxwell Irrever-.blstierlng mechanism la Left ildo stfer with gear ahlftlng levers In orator sorbing device alo minimizes tho poiilbillty of of the expensive typo and Ita suof driving compartment center control haa been radiator leaks. periority over every other typo Ho. In Its many acetittcd by leading makers of eipemire automoadjueuuents. At no time la more than a fourth of Tbe Hoomy Full Body bile aa the aot and moat comfortable for the tso bearing surface of the gear which operates Adjustable Front beat driver that la why to. Maxwell baa lu The Max tbe worm in use When needed, a nuw bearing well la ao easy to drive and control that a child surface may bo bod by adjuillnx the gear a quarter The 1015 Maxwell baa a full grown can handle It. body Tbe front seat la adjustable, you can tnovo of a turn. In short, tin Maxwell steering gear It three Inches forward or backward. This makes haj four time the adjustment of any other kind. Three-SpeeSliding Gear Transmission No the car really comfortable for tbe driver. All high priced cara have a alldloe gear crumped lege for tall people or UDounifortabla Heavy Car Comfort It I co.tljr to make, but It la tba bmt. reaching for cbort poo.ile Mt driver' ec;U a:o What ourprlaea most people Is the smooth, tuoy- If tho motor haa the power, lIIJIdk gears will wad; tj tit anyone j St C3 one. ll High-Tensio- n Mix-weo d trans-tnlsn- ant riding qualltlei of the Maxwell. The aprlnaj suspension of tbe 131o Maxwell Is the same costly combination of long front springs and the three quarter elliptic reir springs that Is used on mul heavy weight, high priced cars. The Maxwell offers you every essential of tb hlah-priced macblnta at a fifth of their cost. The Stephenson Farm will be sold by public outcry on the premises, situated two miles North of Burgin, on the Danville and Shalccrtown pike and the Q. & C. railroad. A The farm consists of 445 acres of land which lies well, is in a good state of cultivation, and is exceptionally well supplied with pure stock water, running from two unfailing springs. It is in one of the best wheat, hemp and tobacco sections of Central Kentucky, and will produce a splendid yield and quality of the above named crops. The improvements consist of a beautiful frame dwelling, cellar and porches, furnace-heated throughout, built in 1915, a large, well, planned stock barn, large recently buit tobacco barn, and all necessary outbuildings, fruit and shade trees, all of which make it a very attractive home. The farm will be offered in three tracts and then as a whole 215 acres with the improvements, 150 acres unimproved fronting the road and railroad; 80 acres with good frontage on Danville and Shaker-tow- n pike. Terms liberal which will be given on day of sale. For further information call on W. B. Nelson, Lexington, or G. M. Ballard on the premises. W. B. NELSON, Agent, Lexington, Ky. m two-stor- One Size of Tire Anti-Skid- s on Rear Tho Maxwell car I one of the easiest cars In the world on tires, Maxwell owner carry but on. spare tire and but ono site of spare tubes. Economical 30 Inch X 3y, Inch ttrea are used all around. A famous ruika of antl-akl- d tire are aupplial on rear wheela. A Dependable Rlectrie Starter Tor $33 extra, you can have your Maxwell deeleo-tri- o livered equipped with the famous Hlmmi-llu- t starter. This atarter la efficient, trouble proof and easily operated. And the Maxwell la completely equipped from the clear vision, ventilating windshield at the front, to tho spare tire carrier at the rear. g5i -- 'aTT Sj V T -- iTTagar The Maxwell Company's Guarantee of Service to Maxwell Owners No other automobile h backed by a more reliable service than that guaranteed every Maxwell owner. More than 2,000 Maxwell dealers in every part of this country are always ready to give expert advice, to make adjustments, and to supply new parts at reasonable prices. This splendid MaxwcU dealer service organization is perfected and completed by the chain of Maxwell owned and Maxwell operated Service Branches. Sixteen tfreat Maxwell Service Stations are so located throughout the country that a Maxwell dealer can supply any part for an owner within a few hours if not in his stock. Maxwell Service is one of the great advantages enjoyed by Maxwell owners. A Car of Lehigh Just Arrived Wc have just unloaded a car of Lehigh Portland Cement nt our warehouse. If you nre in the market for cement this i9 a chance you cannot afford to overlook. Lehigh is a cement which gives you the best value, for it is ground to such a fineness that it makes the strongest concrete. Order a Maxwell from us now, and when you want it delivered, we will give you your car not an excuse on delivery day LlilHillCEMENT has been used on many of the largest municipal and paving contracts throughout the country a good test of its reliability. It will give you the best satisfaction in your concrete work. Come in and let us figure on your requirements. FOR SALE BY J. H. BAUCHMAN & CO. otuoir sTaim .r.o.s. $695 ElXCTtlC . "EVERY ROAD IS A MAXWELL ROAD" Service Station, somerset street SJANrORD. ' Lincoln County national uank H. C. CARPENTER, Agent KENTUCKY t03 $695 WTioiT ocnu. nun j05 EXTU f.) .A Tii'i lajfes