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(sss) TE Interior Journal No. 46 Vote - Thlt Piper Stops Wbea Toot That if op Witch thi Ditt O Libit tal Renew Yonr Subierlpi'o PtoapUr Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, June 8, 1915. KEENON Tuesdays and Fridays la in r GETS IN STATE RACE MAJOR GEORGE WATT DRYE SKILES ELECTED PRESIDENT POLITICS HUMS AT SOMERSET Harrodsburg Man Announces for Dies At Liberty Last Week After Crab Orchard Banker Honored By Big Crowd Hears Candidates SaturClerk of Court of Appeals. Long and Honored Life day at Pulaski's Capital. Financiers at Meeting. Suli.scrintloii Hlniik. Rodmau W. Kecnon, of Mettrr On Friday night, Juno 4th, 1915 Somerset wns full of politics and Bankers from nil over this section Context Malinger, Interior Journal, Stanford, Ky., county, wno hai b'-- a candidate for nt Liberty, tho spirit of Major George politicians Saturday afternoon. of the A. the Democratic nomination for Com Watkins Drye passed into the grent session state held n most enjoyable Owsley Stanley filled his appointment nt Crab Orchard lust Friday year's subscription to Find enclosed $- for monwealth's Attorney in this dis cyond. He was the son of Col. George ' to speak there nnd the candidates for In the Interior Journal' Big Travel who The Interior Journal. I wish to help my "favorite" in the Big Trav trict, has announced his withdrawal Drye, of Casey county, having been and nil with were on hand were de- minor State offices gathered the entertainment proTour and Priie Conleil. If you are el Tour nnd Prize Contest, while tho big vote offer Is In force. Please at Pulasfrom that race, and has entered the born In 1843. He was the last one of lighted ki s capital give me proper credit nnd (cnd votes with my compliments to not In the race, tend In your nomrace for tho Democratic nomination n fumlly consisting of six sons and vided by the hospitable people of the L".B court-hous- o in large numbers. Tho auditorium was well-fillfor Clerk of the Court of Anneals, n two daughters. In the beginning of East End. The piogram was replete ination today. Printed matter and when John W. Cnlvir Announc state office. Mr. Kecnon h very well the Civil War Major Drye was attend- with good things of interest to the ed that while M full instructions will then lie tent nnd favorably known in this county, ing Centre College, hut left this Insti- fraternity, two nddretscs of the day pointment, heit was Mr. Stanley's apwould cheerfully give Get the prospective candidates. having married in Hustonville, and tution nt the early oee of seventeen attracting pal titular Interest, that of way ,.r. o. short Dlst. No started while the big Triple Vole undoubtedly will receive an over- and enlisted In the First Kentucky- - Hon. D. C. Wills, of tho Federal Re- datesa to say while for tho other candin word. John W. Raw-linserve Bank, of Cleveland, Ohio und Offer Is In force for your subsorip-lion- s whelming vote in this section of the uaivary. tic was the yunge3t of Danville, wns Introduced and of J. W. Lexington, who is Signed state. A dispatch from Harrod.hurg now bring three times the officer in tie army. After president Stall, of Kentucky of the Bankers' he stated that he was about ready to (Name of Subscriber) had the following of intrest concern- cveral years Rervice as captain he wns usual number of votes. announce himself for State Superining Mr. Keenon's entry into this race: promoted to Major, n title he bore Association. In the election of officers for the tendent of Public Instruction and askllarrodshurg, Ky., June 4. The the remainder of his life. In the year P. 0. voters to remember him in tho LARGE NUMBER PRIZES FREE county was ed the he Hon. Rodman Kcenon, of this city. 1802, he wus wounded in n battle at ensuing year, Lincoln event made the race. W. A. BySubscription. This ii County Attorney of Mercer, end Rockford, Tcnn. At the same time given fitting recognition in the elec- ron, of Bracken county, was the next tion (New or Renewal) In priies Includmember of the Democratic State Cen- his life long comrade, William Dodd, Crab of Cashier H. G. Skries, of the speaker. He is a candidate for LieuHundreds of dollars Orchard Banking Company as tral Committee for the Eiehth Con- the horseman of Lincoln county, was President ing a Leland Piano, Tours to the Send the remittance direct to the Contest To the Subscriber: of Group 8. Mr. Skilcs, tenant Governor. Rowman W. Kecgressional District, today announced captured and tnken to Libby Prison. though non, of Harrodsburg, nnnounced his Manager, enre the Interior Journal, Stanford, Ky., who will give you Panama Exposition, Niagara Falls, himself n candidate for the Democrat- Being disables! from his wound, Ma- tion of comparatively new to this sec- candidacy for Clerk of the Court of the state, has taken hold with Etc., just begging for owners. You ic nomination for the office of Clerk jor Drye was honorably discharged proper credit anil issue votes to the Contestant named. Appeals in a brief but telling talk. of the Court of Appeals, to be deter from the army. After n lapse of three a vim nnd enthusiasm and is alrendy Col. W. P. Walton stated that he was can pick up a prlte very easily if known ns one of the "live wires" in In the Btnte pnmnry election years he married Miss Jennie Campmined you try. pretty well acquainted with the demof August 7, next. He is tho or.ly can- bell, the oldest daughter of Dr. Alex his section. The other officers of ocracy of more than the limit allowed are palled Mrs. Ethel West Durnold is nt home didate from the Eighth' Congressional Campbell. To this union one son, Wil- Group 8 chosen were J. N. Kniscly of had lived Pulaski, in which county ho while building a portion of With plenty of time still remulning he balance of the votes are dropped for vacation from tho D. & liam, wns born, but he died in the in- Columbia, secretary; and G. A. D. School uistnct lor a stats ollice. and with tho big Triple Vote Offer back into the ballot box and pub - ,j Indianapolis, ut Danville. J. M. Blrdwhis- - the railroad running ny Somerset, fancy. His wifcpreccedcd him to the nnd that he hoped his conduct then Mr. Kecnon is a member of the now in force, giving new contestant ... , , . lixned in the following issue. grave many yca'rs. At the age of 24 tcll, of Lawrcnceburg-- , and S. C. Den- and sinco had been sufficiently picas- I h,'.)?,,s, " K00(l Mercer county bar and is quite well 'V,,M DISTRICT NO. 1. a chance to catch up with the proces i i, ltf.' Major Drye was elected as Represen-tativ- s ny, of Lancaster, executive commit ng to ins hearers to give him their irguuii, is known throughout Kentucky through 1'"'""" " inuiciuii, sion, there 1.1 no reason wny any per- MoreUnd, Ky from Casey e.mnty. For the teemen. Group 11 elected the fol support in his race for Secretary of here for u visit to her sister, Airs. his service on the State Committee ..n M...U..I ,i... ...,... past twenty years he made his home lowing officers: President. R. W. Cole. State. KMlM Ldyin Weddle vis I'rnther and family. Sherman Gnodpaster, for of the Democratic party. He is fully ... 1118 Dig race ior lamu mm of Barbourville; Secretary, C. M. Per 80,075 I)r, ml i,. "v II. Clark nnd Mint acquainted with tho office he is seek at Liberty. His illness was brief, death kins, of Pincville; Executive Commit- Treasurer, anil W. F. Klair and J. E. All the prizes offered in the big race' 'A?"bJinoUU 01 TP.II ...""" recent ing, having served as denutv Clerk due to an acute attack of Bright's teemen 7"?V.r jl"uy alone or Danville, were aro valuable anil nrc wen worm .... - ,,.. i ruuence ... erroll siriv J. R. Downing, of Corbin, Newman, for Railroad Commissioner, O i. i ii.... lilllillimit- - ...i,.. 'whih of Mr. and F. V. Mont of the Appellate Court for four years disease. The remains were brought to Dan S. Brown,, of London and II. A. mingled with the crowd but talked in nil" l.lK ' llu ....n. u very little efHustonville and laid to rest by the privute rather than public to the s. McKinney, Ky. during the administration pf J. Morgomery of Lower Garrard. enter now could, with side of his wife and son. Pcawe to his McCnmey, of Middlcsboro. The next Mr. Stanley's speech was alons 11,125 Center Ilrothers purchtued 25 gan Chinn ns Clerk. It has been the ashes. meeting place was not selected but he fort pick up one of the prizes very Miss Kuth Cocking line Mii Ruth Tanner 17,1.75 head of porkers from A. MrKniifht. custom for quite a number of years easily. it is said that it will probably be sections of those delivered in various of the State and was proto Miss Mary I.oU Gntiti as The Uig Vote Offer. Barbourville. ii.i.i. jine swine averaging 180 pounds nnd of selectstateClerk of the hiehest court nounced by many who heard him as the a member of the legal DIXIE SHORT ROUTE costing them seven cents per pound. Crab Orchnrd, Ky. The following schedule of votes being a strong one. HURT IN AUTO ACCIDENT will be in force until Monday, June iiuss J in i a iirown, 2 7,325 T. O. Hill, of Lancaster, sold his professon ns being best qualified to While the speaking was going on 27,225 output 'of lambs to A. G. Miles, the perform the duties of the office. In Coming Thro Hustonville To Be Fixed 21st. This is guaranteed to be the Miss Mury (.nines this regard, should ho be 2 1,75(1 lluckeye stock trader, biggest nnd best offer of the contest Miss KIli. Ribsby. Bradfordsville Man Badly Injured up stairs, there was a school trustee the young chosen, will Mr. Kecnon, up Afternoon. at Danville This rank well election in progress on the first floor with the so do not hold back hubscrlptious with Miss llessie Reynolds and Daughter's Arm Injured. i,nuu wool nenrers not to go till July and men who have filled the office if the temple of justice and it was an in the the expectation of getting a bigger the price agreed upon being $7.00 per past. In Hustonville, Ky. a card to the Dcmocratc exciting one. Two trustees of the vote oirer. If you do, you will be Miss Roberta Illaln An association of Tennessee and 10,175 hundred pounds. Lee Terhune, of Bradfordsville, city schools voters of Kentucky, Mr. Keenon Kentucky Good Roads men will be . were to be elected and ji greatly disappointed for after June Miss Margaret Allen . . iv.i"r. The members of the I'resbyterinI wiiuMjiirM wue was a uaugnier o: : 21st, the vote scheilule will tnKe a Miss Christine I.air formed at a meeting in Danville this Mrs. Martha Adams, of this city, was three mcn wcre runninff. Jud 0 jy,i75 Society were invited to meet Mrs. says Saddle, George P. Sallee, and W I "I am seeking nt your hands the afternoon for the purpose of organmost decided drop and the votes will Charles Conner Iirown, a former Gilbert t Crerk, Ky, "" Rm.ey. Th, two first named have be much lower, during the balance of Min Kmmti Holtzclaw ... on Wednesday afternoon nt nomination I for Clerk of the Court of ising the Dixie Short Route. C. E. 0,725 rrom been trustees for some years but Mr, Appeals. I am qualified James, of Chattanooga, who was pres-defeel the contest. Miss Nell lluck villc to Lebanon Saturday mornim? 7,275 the home of Mrs. Frank U. Marks-bur- y to fill every duty that office, New Subscriptions. of the havinir of the original Dixie Highway with his two daughters, Martha Ewing Ramsey, who is very young, was a on Danville street. Kings Mountain, Ky. new candidate for public favors, years in votes $10.00 10 years Mm. .1. 53. .tfitinunn .It. nn(n.tiiin.ul served four Deputy n former admin- - Association, but withdrt w when the and Mary Lee Terhune. a son nnd he proved a sprinter from nway and 3U,:i75 back. 8.00 Miss Grace Thompson stration as 103,200 votes .. 8 years route was split up and ' it nround hia lit.nflial.-in.lni- i. in the office. Wf Tnplitinn t...ie He got 058 votes: O. IL Waddle 507 5.00 Miss Aihi Murphy 8,825 nt " ""'""i Coming Party" on Thurs- - have never overlooked an opportunity devious ways, has endorsed this latest ,r'lving along at' a moderate speed 09,400 vote 5 years 1 years (.1,800 vote ... 4.00 hit on, .ur. nen to serve my party on the stump Stanford. Kv. movement, will be present. Hewhen the car became unmanageable and .Mr. Sallee 397, which retires the i''m"'OM' ""'' sister, Miss Florence in committee 'work, nnd this is and has already nnd .1.00 IMiw Kvu Rankin . . IIO.OOO votes 3 years my agreed to accept the pres- and in spite of hs efforts to control it, utter. Judge Waddle announced in ,.'.?;.! iJohnson, who are nt home from Stet- - first entry into a 2.00 Miss Mnrv ItntW ... 25,000 votes circulars that if Mr. Sallee, his 2 years race for n state of dency of the new association. Sen- t turned-over- , O.tlOO son University, Delnnd, Florida. pinning hurt beneath it. 1 year I2,juu votes. of years' standing ns a trus ?ir. ! fice. 1 have an ambition to fill this ator CharUs Montgomery, of Casey His V00 Miss Patience Co'lmes. head struck a stake, which wis tee was defeated he would resign. It Back Subscriptions and Renewals. i .... Mlllnr Itnrtl.... 116 225 ' 'lu following were ih Crab Or- - office and will appreciate your sup county, was in Stanford Monday, en driven through his mouth nnd came " 55,800 votv 10 years chard and upon the program nt n port in my canvas. '""l.MiM Klsie Coleman route home from Chattanooga where out his neck, cutting n fearful gash wus also reported that several of the 8.00 I.Mrs. Walter 12,000 votes 8 years jj)'i)75 'meeting of the Kentucky Bankers' Jones he had been to confer with Mr. in which a number of stitches had other trustees would step down and 25,600 votes. 6.00 Miss 5 years .ll)tpi5'AsMiciiitlon: Cashier J. W. Elmore, ut in the event Mr. bailee was not re-- o Inmne nml iinnl rf Tnnrfrnmni.i HUSTONVILLE Anna Chancellor .e -- " .......-.4 years 19,200 votes. t0 r,e tuKcn nnu lie 8'o76"f the Bank (i. Trust Co.. Rev. F. M. Miss Sadie Baughman will visit the enthusiastic over the ......Ku...... The condition. His little is in a senoase acted. One reason advanced for project. ''""' "iirgnrci uuvison. .1 y'nr li.OO daughter 14.400 votes . the defeat of Mr. Sallee was ,.,,,, i,,i. ,. r;i,. 'jioo'"1 "t'w'c Clay Farris .. ((2J7S 'Tinder and Attorney J. E. Robinson. Pacific coast this summer. as proposed and which will liciu i,,i 0,000 votes..... 2 years hat ho was one of tho trustees who Willinm Palmer, of the Point Len- T"00 IIjP Hossie Pck, 5 8,060 1 year 3,000 yotoi. .Mrs. Will Riffe feasted a flock of adopted at the meeting today starts jbut beyond that none of the other Miss Fannie Scott, IM . .. Chattanooga, and passes thru cupants 0f the car were badly hurt had voted for Ed Moore for collecttor 01,050! veil section of Garrard, sold a first appreciative Rooks last week. . Cur Guarantee '.Miss Osa Iiirmer, the following towns: Dunlnp. Pike- - though all were shaken up. Mr. Ter- - of the school tax, nnd Mr. Moore is a U.250 class bunch of porkers to Center Mrs. Rowland Bishop and daughter HITS IIIG VOTE OFFER IS Catholic. As Mr. Mooro has collected 'Brothers, there beitn; 69 head that Kansas, are visiting in Kentucky. ville, Grossville, Jamestown, Tennes hune was bringing his daughters to the tax for years, has made an ex- GUARANTEED TO BE THE IlIC. Miss Cora Waynesburg, Ky. Singleton 71,525 pulled the beam at an average of 169 of see, Albany, Jamestown, Liberty, Hus Lebanon to take a train for StanGEST AND BEST OF THE ENTIRE Miss Mary Worrine- Hiss A nnn Floy will attend com- tonville, Dnnville. Harrodsburg, ellcnt one and no such objection has 11,250 pounds and brought him as much ns So turn in your ford to spend Sunday with their CONTKST. mencement of Hamilton at Lexington. 3,250 seven cents per pound. Lexington nnd Covington, grandmother, Mrs. Adams, who cele- heretofore been urged, the charge as fast as you receive them. Miss Mabel Wright. IM .. Mrs. Dolph Rice and Mrs. Sue Yea- - Kentucky, on to Cincinnati. People seems to be rather farfetched and a Mt. Salem, Ky. Miss Nannie B. Herring entertain-3l.,r- r. It yoff hold them back with the exbrated her 80th birthday that day. Mr. c,i Misses Sue and Marguerite Samp- ger were visitors to Mrs. Walter Ows in the west enu ot Lincoln county Terhune is a member of the milling poor excuse. It remains to be seen pectation of securing bigger votes on Miss Nannie McKinney . . what further steps will be taken in nrc enthusiastic over tho route and n son, Messrs. Robert and Fred Simp- ley. DISTRICT NO. 2 them you wiil be disappointed. Wo Mrs. Burdette Powell was reported large delegation from this county is firm of B. Terhune & Sons, of Brad- school matters, but it is safe to say Kunfnrrret? that no bettor offer will son, of Harrodsburg, and Miss Edith fordsville, and a prominent citizen that the interests of the three mag Lancaster, Ky. be made duiing the contest. atkins of Mnywood, Ky., at a house very ill last week. Mrs. Campbell present at the meeting today. Miss Florence Dawes of that section. 99,975 nlso. nificent educational institutions will Miss Stella Comely .. 80,550 Party at her uttmct.ve country home be lost in the effort to carry out the Boniface John Rlain was in hospital Win a Handsome Piano mes or Lancaster. Miss Lillle May Sutton . .. An Honest Man. LATEST WAR NEWS. 0,350 "' desired end nnd probably "get even" Dr. J. II. Hannah, of Cincinnati, is fgr needed recuperation when last 4,925 to be given nway Miss Lillie Jones The Leland Piano There is probably no truer quota- with somebody. A Zeppelin dirigible, manned by n bulletin was posted. . 5,275 here for a visit to his sister, Mrs. J. In the big race for glory and prizes, Miss Kate Hatum, R.Mr. Jesse Carpenter and thought to tion than that "nn honest man is the crew of twenty-eigh- t Somerset looks good. Great im 4,850 W. Beagle and family. He comes to have tired of boarding and family be returning from n raid on the east noblest work of God." The I. J. man, is, without doubt, n prize well worth Mrs. Stella Perkins and set up provements have been made in the witness the graduation of his niece, Paint Lick, Ky. striving for. This instrument was housekeeping in the "Ark." coast of England, has been blown up in his travels over this part of Ken- - business houses of late nnd considera2,860 Miss Viola Beagle, one of the most made by Lyon & Healy.the well known Miss Louise Rice Mrs. Kate .McKinney is home from in Belgian territory. The feat was nc- - jtucky, had the pleasure of striking up ble building has been done in the attractive graduates in the Urodhead. Ky. piano manufacturers of Chicago anil Cincinnati immensely improved by complshed with a monoplane driven with such n person the other day resident sections. Paint has been 9,850 High bchoo, which numbers 22. will be purchased especially for this Miss Judith McCall Some twenty years t.o this paper did freely used and things' generality by a youthful Canadian aviator. Center Brothers, the east Garrard ministrations of an oculist. 47,1751 contest from their local agents the Miss Ada Ward gentleman of printing Miss Bessie Riffe got home Friday The note of the United States to a job we shall call for aBlank. The about the town look bright and pros58,450 stock .shippers, sent in a recent con Hamilton-SmitMusic Company, of Mis Ettu Cable whom Mr. signment of hogs to J. K. Sadler and after spending half the spring at the German Government concerning work was delivered but Mr. Blank did perous. Danville, Ky. city. The Lclnud piano is noted this northern points of prominence. submarine warfare and the sinking The shops have not been running 99,975 Company, at Cincinnati, the car for its high quality and line tone and Miss Elizabeth Dye Geo. Bnrnctt is back from Bowling of the Lusitania has not been cabled, not have the money to pay for it. The on full time taining 105 head that indicated an some time, but beIs certainly a "iano that will please Miss Joyce Taylor Green flourishing credentials of com- and may not be sent before the Cabi- little account wns carried from one ginning a few for ago five days work Miss Ethel Schadel SU.tiGI) average weight of 175 pounds and days the winner. ledger to another for yenrs and was petency to manage an academy. net again considers tho draft. Prescost them an average price of S7 ner tool: place of the Junction Cit, Ky. .Mr, of cigh What a Splendid VacationI Sabbath School of Christian church ident Wilson let it be known that hnally charged to proht and loss. i,it three days of the past several months, Miss Bessie Wright 7,375 hundred pounds. m remembered their popular secretary, the note hnd not been subjected to an HinnL- n fmv months nii. Can you think of a more pleasing Miss Gertrude Richardson . Fish & Brandenburg, the east Gar 02,425 possession of some "wherewith" and lThe people are still hopeful of the vacation trip than the Tours to difShelby City, Ky rard stock exporters, nut on a car Mack Peavyhouse, with handsome bri- hour's unnecessary delay. Special of the division nnd there is that time he Has been looking i1" dal present. ferent American points that are to be Miss Emily Murphy (10,925 load of lambs at the Paint Lick sta itrents of the United States have by for the belie.' that it will be Walter Owsley transferred the elec- their investigation corroborated in up his creditors. The I. J.'s bill wns .Brounil from Danville to Somerset as awarded In the I. J.'s big Travel Tour Arabia, Ky. tion to go to the city market, and the taken tric plant from roller mill to plant he every detail the statement made in the last one he owed and ns he hand- nnd Prize Contest? There are 111 fine Miss Lake Cutter 2,250 unexpected quarantine prevented the ed over the amount due he said: "My j800",0?, the brides on the South-en- d Vacation trips, consisting of tours to consignment from reaching its desti- has constructed just south of Main lie first American note that the Lusi- debts are all squared and this is really !are I,u,.lt thnt w,n ,8afel' "irry the nnd Junk avenue. Exposition, Niagtho Panamii-Pncili- e tania was not nrmed. LANCASTER. nation, the stockmen being compelled the happiest moment of my life." In '"K engines now used on that road. It Whilst a surprise, news that Rodara Falls, Detroit, Buffalo, Mammoth MIsm's Alum nnd Mary Lenr are in to unload thefr young mutton progener.illy hoped that the division To north of the Aisne 2,000 Cave, etc., to be given away in the Richmond, Vn., for a visit and are ducers. man Kecnon has abandoned scrambte Germnnthe have been killed in an en- this connection wo might state that ,is Danville will be taken back there. big race for fame and fortune. for place at next primary is very deavor to take from the French two there are a few more old accounts 'les not need it and Somerset not enjoying tho Confcdenrt Reunion held V. A. Lear, the Lancaster stock exgratifying to many of his admirers lines of trenches wheh were captured on our books and that the payment of 'only needs it, but is the logical point in that city. Prites Easy To Win porter, shipped a car load of hogs to them would produce almost, if not Sunday. In addtion 250 prisoners Rev. N. T. Barnes, of Lexington, Hubbard, Haus & XMgsdale, just iird friends here. AH tho pnzes will 'ju uwurdcil unll from mar,y standpoints, Mrs. Will Penny and Mrs. Bob Ly-ti- e and six machine guns were captured, quite as happy u feeing to us us itfor der the most liberal conditions so was here and conducted the B. Y. P. previous to the quarantine, there beG. T. Gooch, whom our people knew of Danville were guests of Mrs. while many other machine guns were did to Mr. Blank, who did tho right that it will not be at all hard to win U. Convention at the Baptist church ing 100 head in the consignment, the Bob Berry. Mrs. JacV the thing, but really nothing more than as "Bud," when he lived in it.-- .. TTatts and liti porkers averaging 200 pounds. Some .! i.i, aynesuurg scciiun, cuinpiums mui. any one of them. There will be at from Saturday until Monday. he should have. H tle Jack, of Nashville, nte with Mrs. found under the ruins. of V. A. Lear's largest purchases for least six prizes awarded to each disbusiMrs. Robert Elkin entertained on The Italians, according to Vienna, the European war; has hurt his trict and with the exception of the Wednesday from Jl to ti o'clock in his latest expert of porkers were as Berry. Her aunt, Mrs. Raker has re- seem to lie pushing forward with School Board Supports Winfrey. ness very materially. He Un big capital prize, contestants need only honor of Wm. F: Miller, one of the follows: from Phillip Brown, of the turned home. A dispatch from Middlcsboro early buyer of cross tics. Up to this time Potatoes big as turkey eggs, beets strong forces against the Isonzo River compete against those in their own popular graduates at the Lancaster Hubble section, 30 head of hogs show- big caras guinea eggs, cabbages hard as front. In this southern theater the this week had the following to say last year he hud shipped 101 1915 ing a weight of 150 pounds per nni-qiih district for any of the prizes. High School. rocks and snap beans galore are Bill Austrians declare their troops have about th unfortunate Winfrey affair: loads, but up to the present (3 4 cents per pound; from He Miss Lulu Robertson, of Elizabeth- - 1). at Nave's daily diet. Tomato blooms been successful in r,everul minor en The Middlesboro School Board has he has only shipped fifteen. and looks of the says adopted resolutions expressing its be- for better times, however, town, who has been visiting Mrs. W. trictF.n Rankin porkers Marcellus dis- - and corn silks promise early addi gagements. dozen o R. Cook, o HOW THEY STAND TODAY tjat PuJJed the The British in Africa have driven lief in the innocence of Prof. M. O. he is still buying. left last week for Louisville, beam at an average orlBO pounds tion or those csculants. Following is the standing of a o Somerset's depot, which has been to visit her sister, .Mrs. Theodoro Win- - nnd Sam McDowell, Monte Fox and Ike out with heavy casualties the Ger- Winfrey, superintendent of schools o of thexigAtcstniitM up to Tues- - o $0.75 per hundred; tersmith and also to enjoy the 50th fromthat cost him Cook, of Lancaster, of North Driertown, a trio of mans from Sphinxhavcn, on Lake here, who is awaiting trial on chnrges built since the writer was last there Willinm R. o day, June. 8th, ID 15. Pin a anniversary lake the Ger- of performing an illegal operation on is n daisy. The town needed it for in of Miss Belle Perris' fash- 20 hend of swine o votes together or place in en- - o that tipped the most persuasive political evangelists, Nyassu, and sunk the loni; time and the patience of her Miss Nannie Lynn, n school, her Alma Mater. armed u volopes" djefore depositing In o ionable scales at 180 pounds each, at seven were here last Friday, sagaciously se- man Wissmnn. merchantman Hermunn teacher. Winfrey, who former school a was indicted, citizens has been well rewarded. von Senior .. seeds 1. tl I. - -- a o the bally, box. Votes may be o iii.-i- TheCI.....I Class of the Lancaster i ' . " inni'iui r ijock j.ee on lecting soil nnd scattering Charleywhich . u ironi I... i.... waived preliminary examination and promise rich fruition for Fox o clipped frm the paper or they o .ed'-Ios-- e" o"n tcl the fine HS John II. Chenault, of Maysville, Mrs. Brown Entertains Rook Clubs. was held to the circuit court in F day' early in August. o aio given free on both old and o 225 pounds for $7 per bond. Ho will 'be tried June was yesterday appointed a national school auditorium to a largu audi-,- r Some philanthropist has made ju Ask for o n new subscriptions. All Stanford society wa3 cut Fri $3,000 Thompson, near re,1J 'r,om, 10. Prof. Winfrey protests his in- bnnk examiner on recommendation with some striking cast of -! dicious distribution of a few dog buto votes when paying your sub- - o iiiic ouiiui vim i ii mi iiuumuiry, in neuu tons lately, and just on whom legal day afternoon and in her best gown. nocence nnd declares it to be a black- of Senator Ollio M. James. o scriptlons. o ncturs The occasion was the big Rook party mailing scheme against him. 25" c,c"t8 P" responsibility of burying the "dear The people of Stanford, his former ?v?,n,K,"K , o o given by Mrs. E. J. Urown. At each Samuel "f f. Fall Indigestion and Constipation. homo will regret to hear that Mr. ".,u.u: f that weigh-o- f departed" devolves was a momentous Rook C ub meeting every one al ' hti,(l f ''" For an Impaired Appetite problem for many hours. Some pam ways has a real good time, but when "About five years ago I began tak If there is any mistake in the count James A. Beuzley has suffered the lornl1' ck.roi that pered city dogs were condemned and P"""'1 ' one of his hearse horses. This .e,l ,1'0,ut To improve the appetite and streng- ing Chamberlain's Tablets after sufof any contestant's vote up to tho both clubs are met together nnd other tho. Lj,llcu"tor stoe;"m, present dute, call it to (ho attention the second valuable horses Mr. Ilea- - l,st,1II1IIUIVU. executed for simply insisting assaults guests arc added only a beautiful then tho digestion try n few doses of fering from indigestion and constipafltT of the contest niuunger before next ley has lost of a flock of ferocious sheep. time describes it. Mrs. Russell Brown, Chamberlain's Tablets. .Mr. J. H tion for years without finding any- The relative nnd friends of Mrs. theThe following is tho calendar for Thursday night. Major Watt Drye of the famous daughter of the hot, stood at the Seitz, of Detroit, Mich., says: "They thing to relieve me. Chamberlain's closing exercises of the Lancaster Until further notice, contestants Woods iliiruside will be glad to know Wolford Cavalry died at Liberty Inst frappe table. After ttie games delici- restored my appetite when impaired, Tablets helped mo ut once and by will be allowed to noil a sufficient shu is showing some improvement, Graded school. Sunday morning the Friday and wns buried here afternoon ous cakes und ice cream and berries relieved me of u bloated feelinir and usinir them for several weeks I was Baccalaureate address, by Dr. J. L. number of votes to place their stand- since a recent painful operation. Two Chirk, of Wesleynn University. Mon-da- y of the 5th. Major Drye wus n con- were served. Mrs. Brown wus assisted caused a pleasant and satisfactory cured of the complaint," writes Mrs. ings 20,000 votes In advance of the trained nurses have boon in ulU'uu-nucmovement of the bowels." For sale .Mary E. McMullen, Phelps, N. Y. evening, tho Declamatory Contest spicuous, popular officer of his regi- in receiving and entertaining, by upon her. lender of tho preceding issue. Where For sale by all dealers. E. C. Walton and Wm. Shanks by all dealer... mid the prize of $5 in gold to the ment whom his county elected their best speaker. Tuwday evening, the first Representative at Frankfort af- and Misses Susan Fisher Woods and operetta, "Princess Chrysanthemum" ter close of civil war. For nearly Mary Enrly.. by tho pupils of Misses Morris imd htilf his life he has been one of LibTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL'S Notice to K. of P. Smith. Wednesday afternoon the pu- erty's popular landmarks. This Ballot pils of Misses Azell, Anderson and There will bo work in tho Rank of Stanley and James Confer. Tinder will give un entertainment. Must Be TRAVEL TOUR AND PRIZE CONTEST Pane Thursday night and all members Nomination Blank Good For 1,000 Votes A. O. Stanley and Senator Ollio Wednesday night the music pupils in urged to be present and all o Ul Voted on or Miss Webb's class will give u recital. James wcre in conference in Louis- are are requested to he present. CONTEST DEPT., INTERIOR JOURNALi Thursday afternoon, nn entertain- ville a long ime Saturday night be- cers Before Business of importance to be tran ment bv pupils of Miss Brashear's fore Senator James left for Washing- sacted. V. W. Saunders, K. R. and I hereby nominate as a candidate in your Big Travel Tour and June 18 room, the first grade, combined with ton. The Stanley men are claiming S. Prise Contest! 46-- lt junior pupil in Miss Webb's music James will support him for Governor, NAME class. Thursday night the closing ex- The opposition says there is nothing I Get Rid of Your Rheumatism. erciser, the address to the graduating in it. And ttiere you have it. . gT j FOR , DISTRICT No MHMIIMfMMtMlBIMtlsl saMasse class, mid awurding of diplomas by Nw is the time to get rid of your Only One Entirely Satisfactory rheumatism. You can do it if you BY . Rev. Eberhnrdt, pastor of tho the NOMINATED Address Baptist Church at Danville. "I have tried various colic and di pplv Chamberlain's Liniment. W. A. ............ Address The Cart and Pony Contest which arrhoea remedies, but the only one f.ickhrd. Hnmer City. N. Y writes. This Coupon, when neatly cut out and brought or mailed to suffered from rheuma- has been on her in Lancaster for thut has given me entire satisfaction "La.it spring I !..!.. ... ma l Send necessary blanks and instructions. .1.1. . the Contest Department of the Interior Journal wilt count for the some time closed Saturday evening und cured mo when I wun afflicted is (J .III! iciliuiu ..ntn in my uiii.o Jiuiua person whose name Is written thereon. nt six o'clock, the award going to Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di -- d 'hoiddem. 1 got a bottle of NoteOnly on nomination blank will be accepted for any one little Miss Allen Thomas. There was arrhoea Remedy. I recommend it to ""Iv'nviorlain'B Liniment and the first candidate. The name' of those making nominations will not be Contestants should clip and save the coupon and get their By using 1'ention relieved me. some strenuous working done by some my frieii()3 at all times," writes S, N. friends to du likewise. (Not good after the date above mentioned.) boMlo of it I was entirely cured." young contestants and their Gulloway,, Stewart, S. C. For sale by of the all dealers. 'Fur rilo by All Dealers. friends to win tho coveted prize. WIN FAME To-da- y For Your "Favorite." AND FORTUNE ed gs Da-7,4- i. . M.-r.- vo-er- . K-- j R-- . i- ,1. nt ?,!..!" "".".r . . . . . . l"j i vu-iuii- ii col-cag- ue )(. yjir, . , . . de-iri- ng Mar-rout- R-- . . I m R-- Nich-olnsvill- e, . . . -l h con-47,0- . I -- i; ooooooooooooooooooo ul 3-- -- I nh ch-r- '?. "..f ' ,',,"l oooooooooooooooooon J "', $7-0- 5 NOMINATE A CANDIDATE Good for 50 Votes - ................... ............. -- -- . -- 4.' rt-- Vfrs Itf f I 4r---- v . A.frrft HM 44 ; I 3V. J t- ssa v, I IP ,i 1 r i i The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, June 8, 1915. The Banking Habit ' The Interior Journal WALTON SI A l A "Ms for 'BETS-I- T' 8AITW.Y F(M.ti ami Uiiuirti I.V WAR Iht WhM Hava Cams" dimple As Sayiag It; Haver Faik. It dors yotir heart rood to sco how riully nnd qulrklr nnr corn comn ont And tlirn hn you rufOKTB-IT'on- ! if ben you're sons alone for years trying RTKHIT1.Y AllVANPR t 1 Means sound sleep, good digestion, cool judgment and independence. It is good business to become identified with a good bank; to make it a habit to consult with its officers. Cash in bank, with the credit it creates, is the key to opportunity and a reserve against adversity. F.lttt4 ifflc nl Atarianf ritaa mnit maffrr tt tttond MEN'S SHIRTS. 1 These hot days say coats off and coats off means nicer and fresher SHIRTS shirts that are pleasant to wear, look well and have acrvice. W HITE SHIRTS of course are always a little neater looking and fresher and these we carry alwiiys in all styles out ITH A 1. ASSOl SCEUKSTS Thf Intsrlir JitnrTial It mitlinritrit In n normr tlir fnllowtsg rancMatra tor nfllw ml. Jorl to Drmntralla primary, Anc. th, 1UIA Fat Citrmt Jwtjtr t' A IIAKIlfY of Mrrwr CIIAH I FOX. or lto)lf Cminir For CoMmnrnr.arH a AUnrnrn V. V of County J H. OUH..KV. Jr, ofll.,l. Lincoln (.'o.my. r)l rnl. l'tllKlt. m" i 'CET3-I- J .VKWJIAN, For Cirrml CUtU JKSHh l WKARKV VAIlMllVI,!, ' Nr'.WJM.W K t!nilrfiii nmmlUMirintr Fr.NM.. r'...K,'A,"j "'rf ryll .N.Iron C.inty L.m Bkt'HH rum Jr. We invite you to open an account with us. We do not insist on a large beginning. The main thing is to make a start. LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK 'Stanford, Ky "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE" Capital, $100,000; Surplus $100,100. Resources $520,000.00. J. B. Paxton, W. H. Shanks, Pres. W. M. Bright, Cashier. J. W. Rochester, Asst. Cashier. Vice-Pres. OXFORDS! OXFORDS! $ OXFORDS ! The season's newest creations, and we have every style and size. We can show you something new. We have about 200 Men's and Young Men's Suits that we are going to sell at $10 while they last. We bought these at a great baigain. ROBINSON'S, H. STANFORD. &W. Pure Prepared Paint "The Brand that Satisfies" f r --i I Has been sold in your community for pasl ten years. 1 CJAsk your dealer for names of users. tflThen inspect that property and inquire of the owner. J That is the besT: way to safeguard your interest. I That's L ri & IV. beit advertisement. High grade Paints have the analysis label on each can. Demand and accept no brand of Paint that does not show analysis of its contentsi : : : : SHUGARS' DRUG STORE, STANFORD, KY. .I M H HI HI Ul VR Mim poultry Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- -44 l yean aadlhiaki It) beat K.u. Bowl. Cuktowo. Ky., uru "I tw.tuMd Ratio. irumjy nuib. Ucwa gapcaaadlifbljcnircs wlUMmllail. "Onj. Aim ti ltrui A.K 1.44 dforirml down tl full., ear.. WillCoamM. U.rJriowii. kiltath. worn and Itltcvca lha cluck I naUoUy. Iti I it Leal prtvctttiv 1 have cvcf bled.' tdikkcv acd Giurantted by J. Robt. Crumt. Barditown, Ky. Price 50c at all Drugisu. CURES Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker, VUNH AM OOUU Diarrhoea and all Diseases or Poultry NO OlfMK, NO r.r SlI The Kliznbethtown N'cw I nimlK- that v democrat who iirnhllvIWni. stands for Nitc-uiinn Trrythlnr. worn you're sat no niaMs be elected povernor ns vc nre that no wrnprinR up your tw in tuinungei, democrat who makes a d restnrnrlDK on Mlvf s that rub off or snell fusal to irlve the people n to cp tbe corn, patting on cotton plnttrra (launbtrrlnir vote on this big question rlht an win. tbat make corns The liqur organs have repeatedly re- your toci with rator. Jobbing thrm with tbo quick with ferred to Tcnnowt ns nn example of knlTCi and pruning toput en J tiro in of you haw the prohrbitlon question hiw split tcloort and then your corn fnll fUM ioa the democraftc rmrtr wide nnno. nml oil why. it iuit look! like n inlrarlo. Jut never falli. No rwln. have therefore arKtuwl that for the try It. "GETS-IT- " same rcasan it shonld not be made an no trouble. Uio It lur any corn, callus, wart or bunion. issue in Kentucky. Taking their own OET8-IT-" In f!d by drnggiU every, s exnmpie: the nutory of the pat wbere, SN: a lottlr, or cnt direct by K, LawrencaMk Co Chicago. in Tenesfe demonstrates conSold in Stanford and recommended clusively to our mind that we are right in our contention stated above. as the world's best corn cure by After prohibition became the issue in Shugar'c Drug Store. Tennessee as It is now in Kentucky Here's a statement in a recent is the democrats were defeated nml n republican governor was elected ev- sue of the Shelby Kccord which, is a ery timo the leniocutl nominated a very fair sample of the distorted falWet candidate for tftat office. Last sified nnd slanderous stuff that its ed year the Tennessee democrats profit- itor tills up his editorial columns with In speaking of ed by their experience, and nominated nearly every issue. n Dry candidate and won the govern- nn editorial in nnothcr paper about orship. The way it looks to us, exact Stanley being the candidate of the ly tne same situation will develop in liquor interests in the last senatorial Kentucky, and Kentucky democrats primary, the Kccord said: "The fact should profit by the experience of that Jim Whallcn, of the Buckingham, tkeir brothers to the south of us. the Frank Fchr Brewing Co, all of the .Vbout 50.000 democrats nil over Kiloon keepers of Louisville, because Kentucky refused to iro to the noils of promises made to them, contribuand vote for S. V. Ihipcr for gov- ted to Beckham's campaign fund nnd ernor of Kentucky in 1907 because carried Louisville and with it the prithey believed the report which was mary election in the Beckham-Staassiduously spread that he was not ley race, for Beckham, is a refutasound on the temperance question. tion of this statement." The records Now Hager, and the man who was how that Louisville was carried for his campaign manager in that losing Stanley in the race he mentions, by ce lion. Henry JJ. limes are di over 3,000 majority over HecKhnm. recting the fight for the candidate As we said, the above is a very fair who is favored by the liquor interests sample of the fairness and truthful for governor in the coming democrat- - ness of nllof the Kccord a arguments c primary, A. (J. btanley. How many and editorials. of those 50,000 democrats who Owsley Stanley nnd John W. New wouldn't vote for Hager, because man met in the depot at Lexington they thought he was favored by the last week. Stanley said "Hello, Gov liquor interests, will be willing to ernor" to Newman, and Newman revote for Stanley, who, they know, is plied "Hello, Senator- ,- to Stanley. All the choice of this element? of which is in line with the quietly wmc of The Domestic Art Class of the whispered predictions of up friends in this Huntington, V. Va., public school Stanley's intimate wins if he Governor turned out sixteen graduates this section that Stanley will for in a combe year. The young ladies made their in August,position to go after Ollie graduation gowns and they attracted manding James' U. S. Senatorial scalp in a d attention. The average with the prestige and incost of the dainty things was $5.30 short time,the governor's machine beand the least expensive of the bunch fluence of Some of Stanley's warm hind him. cost the small sum of $3.10. One of supporters who don't live a hundred the graduates grew extravagant nnd miles away from here, came back "blew in" $9.80 on her dress. The from a Stanley meeting at Louiswork of these young ladies should be ville recently, and called him "Senaa lesson to "sweet girl graduates" tor" every time they spoke of him. every where. It teaches more than one lesson, the most important of The First Baptist church of Boston, which is that young women can wait organizations of the on themselves when they trv. Here one of the oldest Baptist tofore mother has had to see to the begun a denomination in America has week s celebration arranging of the half dozen gowns of its 250th anniversary. At in honor the time necessary on such occasions, and she the church was organized, in 1UG5, has done this in addition to her man the Puritan founders of Boston were ifold duties of the home. The addi bitterly opposed to any in retional work has made her too worn ligious belief and the Intitude were Baptists out to enjoy the festive occasion. The denounced as heretic? and disturbers sensible Huntington girls have saved of the peace. A law had been passed mother the work and father the ex- forbidding any persons to meet pense and have shown the world that worship without the consent of for the they not only can take care of them magistrate, and members of the new selves but can do so with decided, church were for years persecuted, credit. Would that lliere were more fined or imprisoned. of such. The members of the Kentucky press The Cummins amendment became are gathering at Olympian Springs. effective Thursday and hereafter pas- where the annual meeting begins to sengers checking baggage in inter-Stat- e night An unusually interesting protravel must declare to the bag- gram is to be carried out and the gage agent the value of the property their wives nnd their contained in the trunk, suitcase or sweethearts are expecting the time parcel. Trunks containing valuables of their lives. For the first time in of $100 or less will be checked free, years, the Interior Journal is not but over that amount must be paid for at the rate of 10 cents per $100. and this may be considered an insurDo Not Gripe ance fee. But don't think for a min We hare pleasant laxative ttat will ute you can transport a trunkful do just what you want it to do. worth $500 by simply declaring its to be $100. That won't work. value On the cofitrary, the passenger is We sell thousands of them and we charged by the law to give a right have never seen a better remedy for tbe his property or lay himvaluation of Sold only by us, 10 cents. bowels. self liable to punishment under the Penny' Drug Stor. misdestatute. It is held to be a meanor to make a misstatement of HARRY JACOBS value cither up or down. Manufacturers and Dealers in Shelton'M.'Saufleyrof this pa Mr. per, has accepted, after much persua- High - Class Monuments. sion, the management of Jlr. gubernatorial campaign. Original Designs and Prompt Service Guaranteed Quality Connectioni and left this morning for Frankfort to take charge. He will be in Stan at all Granite and Marble Quarries. Works on ford a day or so of each week to see Office andon SaturdaysCemetery Hill Closed ehone 164 after the I. J. and his other business STANFORD j KENTUCKY i affairs here, so our readers may not ne uneasy lest the paper in his go to the demnition bowwows. Mr. McChesney is exceedingly foitu-nat- e WISHED SHE in securing the services of so excellent a gentleman and adroit polCOULD DIE itician to manage his race for him. It will mean many votes in Lincoln county and in other sections of the State where Mr. Saufley is well And Be Free From Her Trouble, known and whete, like here, his friends and acquaintances are one and but Finds Better Way. the same. ins positivo lr pop-ryn- t, OETS-Wand few-yearn wiilc-sprea- the dressy ever ready plaited bosom; the white negligee; the white silk and the white sport shirt with low roll collar and short sleeves; then comes the. SHIRTS in neater effects narrow black, blue or tan stripes and then the young men's FAtNCY SHIRTS, plenty of color, full of style in wide stripes of black, tan, green or gold, long or short sleeves, in madras, percales or silk, all prices $1.00 to $3.50. Take off your coat, put on these nice shirts and be comfortable. McROBERTS & BAILEY MAIN STREET Th.ro la more Cilsrrti In tblf wrtUn of tho foontrr tt.o all otl.cr dixstrs ut tocrlhrr. n.l to l until the lot frw Jcr wt f niinj jran dorturs lor dlw.M- - .ml n.orltri Um pmnounrril It J Lj "".unlit fiUlbjt to euro with rrsftU- -. tnatmiDt. irvnonnJ It lnuratlr Srlrnro bn troi.n laUrrh I" U a un.tltutli oal illwaM-- , anil thrrrfcr trnilrr roniillutlnDil Irtaximit. J. lall. ('alarm lure mamirartumi tr (hrnry A Co., Totalo Ohta. I ttir ontj .reltte II la takrn Internally tlonal rurv en tkr tnatl.t It acta tn t!M.a froBi 10 Irej tn a tra.pionrul uirerti? on tne Lki ana marta anrraees i the aj.trtn. Thfj effir an buntlrrtt tlollara for any rape It (alia to rut., steed fir circular, anil STANFORD, KENTUCKY Vl lal tr.t orl''l ! i "CHERRIADE," the af r , ' , New Fountain Drink. TO INTRODUCE THIS NEW DRINK WE WILL GIVE WITH EVERY GLASS, A BOX OF CANDY. THE CANDY WILL ONLY LA3T A FEW DAYS, SO COME EARLY 5c A GLASS Addrria I J. CIinNT.Y & CO., Tvltdo, Ohio. Sold br Pnirtl.ta, 75c. Talc Hall's 1'snllr Tills for ccBitlnatlco. Here's What You Want The Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, THE REXALL STORE Ky. People's tix What Market PUce Adver-Yc- s lUre to Sell POSTED. John Hcrzog. Posted Anton Tona. FOR SALE Fresh Jersey cow and 45-t- f hifer calf. W. A. Tnbble. LOST Rear license tag No. 0401. Reward for return to this office. 13tf Wedding Presents at Muellers' Store, Stanford. Jew-elr- y ' Boys. Get Your PALM BEACH SUITS From us and Save Money. Ask for a chance on the Sewing Machine. Free for all. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. DEMAND Formula Label on your House Paint purchases II. & W. has it. 3C-- 2 NOTICE Your 1915 school tcx is now due. L. U. Hughes, Treasurer, Nntionnl room 2C, over Lincoln Bank. JG-t- f KENTUCKY Red Berkshire Hoars, ready for service, for sale. It.' T. 45-t- f Bruce, Stanford. YOUNG Jersey bulls for sale. both in quality and breeding. 43-F. Reid, Danville. TOBACCO bed for sale. T. D. NEWLAND Opposite the Court-Houie, I 4t Enough plants to set eight or ten acres. At. S. 44-t- f Baughman, Stanford, Ky. FOR SALE Eli Hay press in first class condition. Will sell reasonable. Address Albert Schuler, Wuynesburg, 41-R. F. D. No. 1. 8. Wants to Sell You a W. J. Oliver Plow. A Plow that is O. K. Also Your Good Fresh Garden Seed. FOR SALE or trade One auto buggy, in good shape, will sell cheap or trade for a good horbe. Masters & Bowyer, McKinncy Senrs-Roebu- Ky. A. S. PRICE Office 45-- 2 Go To Farris' For Your DENTIST Store Hours, E to 4 o'clock Over Shuear's Drug IF your local denier cannot furnish you wltn ueering Hinders, mowers, RakH, etc., call us up at our expense. We will deliver them to you and have them up and in operation on short nod of twine. C. P. Cetice. A 40-cil, Jr., Danville. Ky. cnr-loa2t Garden Tools and Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right. 1 desire to Fell It is in first-clacondition and can be bought a' a bargain if Uken at once. See it ut Andeaon's Gurage and call on me for the price and other particulars. J. W 45tf Acey, Stanford. AUTO FOR SALE my Ford nutomobile. I ss TITMIVJIC K..... OLD oy PENNY'S DRUG ST ORE, STANFORD, KY. 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. Poor old "Boss" Roberts. Three months ngo he was mayor of Terre Haute, Ind., ard probably the big gest man in the city; today he is digging postholes for an annex to the Leavenworth penitentiary. He became, insubordinate and was reduced In ranks until he now has to do real work, and at the same time bear the humiliation of incarceration. Truly it can be said of him: "While he lived he lived in clover; when he died he died all over." His career should be a warning to those who recklessly use power oh well as those who tamper witfi the suercd ballot. Lincoln county will have only one district candidate in the primary of August 7th. It Is Hon. John Sam Owsley, who made a most excellent official some years ago and who today is better qualified to rerve his Stirte nd county as such. He and his friends say his chances for securing the nomination are most excellent. It is the duty of the democracy of his home county to make the vote unanimous here and the prospects are that they will do Columbia. Tenn. "Many a lime,' says Mrs. Jessie Sharp, ot this place "I wished f would die and be relievec' ot my Bullering, from womanly trnublcf could not pet up, without pulling a something to help tne, and stayed in bed most of the time. 1 could not do in) housework. The least amount of work tired mt out. My head would swim, and I woulc tremble for an hour or more. Finally, took Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I am not bothered with pains any more and I don't have to go to bed. In fact 1 am sound and well of all my troubles." Cardui goes lo all the weak spots and helps to make them strong. It acts with, nature not against her. It is for the uted, nervous, irritable women, who fee! is if everything were wrong, and need something to quiet their nerves and strengthen the worn-osystem. If you are a woman, suffering from any of the numerous symptoms of womanly trouble, take Cardui. It will help you. At all druggists. 1 1 ut AND PRESSING. CLEANING We clean Palm Ueach Suits for 50c j we cleun everything but reputations; we wash everything but the baby. Call for and deliver all work. Stew art Carson and Brynn Pcikins. W. ii-- a U. Building, phone uooo, HI TTT ING SHOES A 1VI.TI. W. E. PERKINS - For Men, Ladies and Children. Crab Orchard Kentucky DANVILLE AND -- STANFORD s- AUTO LINE- - (Dully Except Sunday) J. C. M'Clary Leave Danville, Hotel Annex, 9:00 n. m, and 1 :30 p. m. Leave Stanford, Hotels, 10:08 a. m. and 4:00 p. m. FARE $1.00 Each Way MM Mt J77K53Pr J. L. Beazlcy & Co t gy O. L. MINKS, Prop. isLm it. Chittanoofa Midlclns Co. Ladlts' Advisory If OepL. Chatrmooja. Turn., lor Sncitl luunuiuni on your c.s and 64 pagt book, "Home riMlrncnl lor Woman," lu bUln wtapyat. M.C 18 WriU 1 UNDERTAKER AND EMIALME6 Danville, Ky. Office Phone 167. Hm Ptimt X UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMER Mattlrw, Ruqs, FurniFurniture ture Exchan.'rt fir all Kta Of Telephone No. 681 RTF0RD, KENTUCKY. PHONE 42 Sttek. ITANF0M, KY. ', a U w KH The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, June 8, 1915. 1 Ifrlnn.l. to up from the farm for n short visit to friends. Mr. W. C. Perkins of Detroit, Mich., ta visiting his nunt, Mrs. H. C. Andcr-son. .,.! In .1. IVIIIIIU1. .....fl Jantcs H. Williams Mrs. 1M..V, Miss Knthcrine Anderson ta vtaitlng ' I t ! i HAVE YOU A BANK ACCOUNT ????? If not, do you expect to o through life without one? Improve financial condition. Make raeney tare it. Deposit it in the your FIRSTNATIONAL BANK where it will earn you interest and tecure you a living- - when you lire old and too infirm to work. I I t t t nt Transylvnnia. Lexington, passed through this morning from horn"; at Hustonville to nttend the Commence rntwhnt you wont and not bo troubled ment exercises of that institution. with indigestion if you wiH take a Mr. J. A. Givens, ot tne McKinney ection, paid this office n call this morning. It was his firvt visit to the county tent since December nnd his befotc and after cacb meal. Sold only friends were glad to cc him here once by ua 25c a box. more. He has been in poor health for Penny' Drug Store. some time. Mr. F. M. Yowoll, of Hustonville, Personal and Social who underwent an operation nt the City Hovpital last week, is doing nicely. He is the father of Mr. Smith Co,' S. T. Hnrrta has returned trntn Yowoll, the local grocerymaa. Mrs. n week spent in Martinsville, Ind. Rowland llishop. of Newton. Knnsn. Miss Mary Kiirly is the guest of is visiting her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. lire. ISukt!) P. lirmwi nt i.inciirter. G. W. Vermillion. Advocate. Mrs. J It. Ciss, of llrodhend, is Miss Mildred Ilcnsley, daughter of the guest of her daughter, Mrs. L. R. Mr. and Mrs Jnrni- - A. Iteazley, of Hilton. Lancaster, who recited in the Elocu Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Wnrncr attion Contest in that city on Inst evetended the Senior play nt weeks. ning, was awarded first honor. This Friday evening. Miss Julia Williams, of Kubunks Mrs. A. S. Price, Mr. M. It. Salin and .Mrs. Singleton, of Wnynesburg, is the third time that Miss Iteazley time. Mrs. W. R. Todd, of this city. nntl .Mrs. Jennie W enroll wure in Dan- nave lieen the guests of Miss Osa prepared Miss Iteazley for the contest. ville Saturday. Mrs. Itusell llrown, of Miss Martha Varnon, of spent erml days last week with Dr. N C, who has l.icn attending Stnte Heard About Town and Mrs. E. J. Hrmvn. University, is the guest of her nunt, Miss Hi-- siu Shugnrs, of Itichmond, Mrs. Mattic Kirby. Lester O'ltannon, of State Univer-kitwas tin? week end guest of her broMiss Mary Wnldon (looch returned nt Lexington, spent several ther, W. K. Shugnrx and family. home Monday, after a visit of sev- days here last week. He returned Mrs. II. I). Phillip, who has been eral days in Lexington with relatives for Commencement exercises at which ill for a couple of weeks, was able and friends. time he will receive a diploma in Me15 take a short auto ride Sunday. Mrs. J. II. Hustle is the guest of Engineering. Mrs. It. I). C.irtcr has returned her fnther, Thus. Head, at Plato. Mr. chanical m home nfter n short visit to her moth- Head has been in poor health for 0. L. Minks announces that he has er, Mrs. Sallie Good nt Mitchells-bursome time. changed the tirne of his morning auto Mrs. S. J. Embry. Sr and grand to Danville from 11 o'clock to 10 Mrs. J. T. Neighbors, of Louisville, daughter, Miss Pearl Hurmide Embry o'clock, which will get those who depassed through here Monday en route tire spending a week at the Crab Or- sire to run over to Danville from to Lancaster to fslt her parents, Mr. chard Springs. Stanford an hour earlier. Sec his ad and Mrs. J. It. Ilourne. John W. Held, of the i'nint Lick elsewhere. V section of Gnrrnrd, spent Friday night C. J. Hlnke. representing the Nautti Ins old friend and school-mate- , George It. Cooper. tional Trade lluildcrs, of St. Louis, COULD Mrs. Joeph Coffey, Mrs. Pet Dil- - was here yesterday ordering a lot of lion and Miss Ella May Saunders went printing for the the great Clearance up to London Sunday to see Mrs. V. Sale L. L. Sanders, of Crab Orchard, HARDLY K. Dillion, who is very ill. will put on beginning Saturday next. William Grimes and sister. Miss Watch his advertisement next Usue. w Grimes returned home the Because of Terrible Back-'Mario- n Ilaldwin Ilrittain, of Washington, te Pa-- t of last week from Lexington, Dl:..,-,- 1 U.. I--..J:- ISrittnin and " "J vvtic inhere they have been attending son of Commander Carl of Kentucky, E. Pinkham'i Vegeta Mrs. Iirittaln, formerly school Mrs. Wallace Gover nnd little who will soon enter the Nnval Acadble Compound. daughter, Martha Wallace, of Crab emy nt Annnpolis. has been visiting Philadelphia. Pa. "I cufTrrrtl from Orchard, were the guests of Mrs. his grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. E. displacement andinflammation, and had i Hugh Tnrkington at Danville for the Ilaldwin, in Richmond. Mrs. Ilrittain n, .";. '' was formerly Miss Minnie ltaldwin. .j ..i '"eh pa in a In my 'week end. Itnughman Mr. and xmMB&3 aides, and ternlJo1 have been Mrs. J. W. the bedside Postmistress Mnry Bruce has evil t BBBaaaW.Sam backache bo that in Louisville at notification from the departcould hardly stand, of his sister, Mrs. Newman Itirk, who I took six ttottles ol nas ucen quite in anu uuuerweni an ment at Washington that hereafter 1 . .!! all drop letters intended for delivery tK.I1.n.t nriorntinn Inst WW- T latl'aLLLV be called for nt Vegetable Com- - Joseph Hill is the Georgetown this or to carry a two-ce- at the office here stamp instead Commencement must ck attending b pound.andnowlcan one-cestamp. This will be ..w,... of a " it ilo ny amount or work .Unrml ..nt Clerk Sam Embry, 111, is carrying the rather tough on the hanks and other city which his Koo.i.anddonhaveail during Mrs. aWnce Montgomery, business enterprises of theof circulars E. A. send out u large nii'jer bit of trouble. 1 -- r Mr. I nnd a ,.,. 1 ,!. to their home recommend Lydia E. . ol """",,!"" " "',,."''S?: under a one-ce- patrons here each year, stamp. '. ComjKound PinXhm Vecetable to, " -- -. . every suffering womam." Mrs.IlARRY Shnrp, of Dallas, Tex. the wetiuwg FlSllKIt, 1042 Juniata Street, Philadelwill tnke place in the early full. SOME TENNESSEE FOLKS phia, Pa. Miss Mattie Garnett, who has been Williamsburg, Another Wnmnn'H Ciujc. attending college at TELL HOW THEY WON Providence, R. I. "I en! 'ot speak stopped over with Capt. II. F. Powell too highly of your Vegetable ComfKiund on her way to her home nt Columbia. ns it has done n under for cc ir.d I Miss Garnett, who is n charming girl, Sick people want to bo well In a would not be w ithout it. i had a is a cousin of Attorney General Gar- hurry. down. and backache, A great many, perhaps most all, unt.l 1 could hardly stand nnd was thor- nett. Horace Reid, who has been atDr. Illnesses have their beginning In deoughly run down w hen I took Lydia E. Hopkin University at rangements ot the Etomach and digesPinkhnm's Vegetable Compound. It tending Johns returned to home helix! me and I am in the best of health Knltimore, has Miss Virginiahis Swope tive tract. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy starts In bt present, I work in it factory nil duy in Danville. long ues.ues iioing my nouseworK so you has returned from New York, where nt the first doso to put stomach suffrom the ferers on the way to health. Tho lirst can see w hnt it has done forme. I giv bhc recently gradunted dose proves it. vounermiss onto nuliHsh my name and 1 Gardner hchool. uniiviue Advocate, MIks liessio Montgomery, who is h ix uk of votir vfgeiuoie ,oniH)uim io It is taken with success everywhere. muny of my friends." Mrs. Aiikil. Law-eo- attending college in Lexington, has Here are tho words of two Tennessee 12G Llppitt St., Providence, R. I. written to homefolks hero that she peoplo who have taken it: MISS CORA FISHER. 805 Saxon is confined to her room with measles. Danger SlgnnN to Women Cun-dif- f, avenue, Memphis "Have taken your one physician called backache, Mrs. Cora Hell and Miss Gerttio ure what who hae been visiting relatives medicine and it worked like a charm-- has headache, nervousness, and the bluci. removed quite a number of gall "ML Vernon nnd n many cksob they are symptoms of at Hrodhend, Hurr, weeks returned stones. It does Just as you said it Stanford for several some female derangement or an ulcerative condition, which may homo here Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. would." W J. WARD. Sparta, Tenn. MRS. L. W. Cundiff nnd children, visited be overcome by taking Lydiu E. Pint honestly recommend your remlinm's Vegetable Comjiound. Thousands with Mrs. Cundiff's parents, Mr. and "I can all sufferers from constipation women willingly testify Io Mrs. Sam Dumron nt Mt. Salem .last edy to cf American Indigestion and stomach troubles. Ciisey County News. its virtue. week. seems a thing of tho past with me." ville, is vising hta Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. P. Huffman. Mrs. J. S. Conner and two handsome sons, of Lcbanwi Junction, arc the guests of her parent, Mr. and Mrs. It. P. Martin. Henry Anderson goes to Louisville this afternoon to bring back n lot of Fords with which to supply the demands of the public. Miss Lucile Cooner. who tin nnr,Vit the past year nt Fulton, Mo., nrried lau nigt to spend the summer with her pnrcnts, Mr. nnd Mrs. G. B. Cooper. Mr. Itufus Adams arrived frum FL Worth, Tex., today to visit his mother Mrs. Martha Adams, sister. Mrs. T. W. Pennington, of this citv. and thn Adams Hrothers nt Hustonville. This is his first visit in many years. Howman .Myers, who is n student grnnd-piircnt', Inncnster last evenine. .'is5nrn Hundley has returned home from Loutaville, where the has been for severnl months. Master Willinm Huffman, of Dan- Mrs. Eliza Coffey has tnkrn roomn nt Harry Jncoln on tho Ihntonvillo pike, Ilr. Silns Anderson hns rrtliraed to Iulsrille to work for rtie Ford Motor Co. Mesdnmi Connvcr nnd Williams, of Columbln, nrrived today to virtt Mrs. It. I). Carter. Mrs. Logan Wetcrfleld in Pnris this morning nfter n visit o Mrs. M. I). Elmore. j Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Tnvlor nnd Mr. Anna Ilnllcy attended the Contest at i I ' Big Stock Reduction Sale NOW GOING ON AT WELSH & WISEMAN COS I : B DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. . .M-- g I. . : B I I 4 f You Can Enjoy Life George Hopper wan in Lancaster Monday for a nhurt time. It. M. Houchins, of Elixir Springs, wns here Saturday for a short tmc. Mrs. Edgar Reynolds and .Mis Mary Lota Gnnn, of McKinney, were here Saturday. Mr. Mary Penny spent fcvcr.il days in the country .villi her Mater, Mm. David Scott. MixK Mary Wihon, of Crab Orchard, was here Saturday intending the meeting of the teachers. Miu Louise and Margie Lynn arc the Kuvhtu of their uncle, John Lynn and family in the ciiHntry. Miss Marie Turklngton, of I'erry-villand Mr. Sandidge. of Danville, are the guonU of Mrs. J. M. Carter. Col. George P. might left Mondav for Pittsburg, Pa., to visit his daughter, Mrs. J. E. Johnston for several e, Greatest Automobile Bargain Of The Year. BBHBfeS.KL. i, n J y, See My Newest Overland, Which Sells For $750; $325 Less Than Last Year. THE 191C g. OVERLAND E IS LINE STRIPING OF CLEAR Y-WHITE. IVOR- IT HAS THE SAME AS THE 1915 OVERLAND--THMODEL fiO THAT FAMOUS SOLD FOR IT HAS THE SAME POWERFUL, ECONOMICAL, THIRTY-FIVE . $1,075. BUT THE PRICE IS 5325 LESS. THE THE SAME AS THE $1,075 OF LAST SEASON. STREAM-I.WE WOMAN BODY IS MOD-EL STAND lat-m- m CENT FINISH; THAT DEEP, RICH TONE OF DARK BREW-STEGREEN WITH FINE HAIR- - IT HAS THE SAME MAGNIFI- R MOTOR, BUT IT CYLINDER WE1CHS LESS. MAGIT HAS NETO IGNITION. IT HAS THE SAME UNDER-SLUNREAR SPRINGS. IT HAS THE CONVENIENT ARRANGEMENT OF ELECTRIC CONTROL BUTTONS ON THE STEERING COLUMN. HIGH-TENSION G HORSEPOWER, FOUR TO HANDLE" SHIFTING LEVEKS; THE SAME TO "EASY STEER WITH" WHEEL; THE SAME POSITIVE BRAKES. IT HAS 33x4 TIRES WHICH IS UNUSUAL ON A CAR AT THIS PRICE. IN DETAIL, FINISH, MECHANICAL FINENESS, COMFORTS AND CONVENIENCES, THIS GIVES NEWEST OVERLAND YOU ALL THERE WAS IN THE WOMAN SAME "EASY THE SAME CLUTCH WHICH ANY CAN OPERATE; THE EASY-WORKIN- G $1075 OVERLAND AND EVEN MORE POWER. AND IT'COSTS YOU BUT $750 $325 LESS THAN LAST SEASON'S LARGE 35 HORSE-POW-EOVERLAND. R DELIVERIES MADE NOW ALL OVER THE COUNTRY. EVERY OVERLAND DEALER ALREADY HAS A WAITING ARE BEING LIST. PLACE YOUUR ORDER IMMEDIATELY AND YOU CAN BE SURE OF A SPEEDY DELIVERY. 35 Hone-powen r High-tentio- motor magneto igniti.n cronkfhnft cooling Underilung rear ipringi in rear 33x4 tlret; non-tkiDemountable rims; with one extra Electric starting and lighting d SPECIFICATIONS: Rain-vision, IF M. iPl WS I Thermo-sypho- n Headlight dimmert ventilating type, built-i- n windshield Instrument board on cowl dash Left-han- d drive, center control top; top cover One-ma- n Magneto speedometer I f """'" -- "... nt Let me show you this Car and give you a Free Demonstration before you buy. It's the greatest Automobile Bargain you ever saw. -- u.. 'f,:rVnh "nZ nt M. S. Baughman, Stanford, Ky. tv,o -f man, present Commissioner of Agriculture, who is billed to speak at the romt house next Monday, June 14 at half past one o'clock. Mr. Newman is a pleasing spenwer anu win undoubtedly he heard by a lun;c it.i.rt, li. t.oi'nn. of Crab Orchard has puichased the old distillery site of thu late James H. Carter at Hall's Gap. nnd is picpnruiK to run a Rrain (libtillcry of HO gallons per day capacity. Ho has icbuilt to a great extent the old plant which was operated by Mr. Carter as a brandy distillery, and will bo ready to make whihky in ubout two weeks. Deputy Collector Saufley is making a survey oi me plant anil lixing up oilier necci.my pnpers today. In ramiHitll' for lior I. J. MfM. J. 11. MrAlfutir writes that her husband has sold his plantation near Way, Miss., n n rl, !!. ., ni:in and that the family ...ill i.n in MUkisHinni onlv until he can dispose of his btock and straighten up his otner uusineJ allium, iv very much hoped that the good family will move back to Lincoln county, where they rightfully belong, but as their children aro ocattwrcd thy are ndceideil just now where t:icy will buy. Mrs. McAlister closes her lcttor with this significant paragrapn: lon't want nnothcr home outside or kentiicky." Cave, Juae 29, 1915 Mn rullrnilil fnrfl $4.35. floaril lit Cavo Hotel including the revonil tomes in tne cave lor ?u.uu. Making total cost iu two days' trip $9.85, going on regular morning Limit on tickets 10 days. trains. t. Write or phono L. & N. agent. j Mammoth peak in Stanford will be J. W. New- for irovcrnor to n, inllair-tnutor- y. -- THE PLACE Is South-East Remedy gives permanent results for stomach, liver and Intestinal ailments. Eat ns much and whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure of gat In the Btomach and around the heart. Get one bottle of your druggist now and try it on an absolute guarantee if not satisfactory money will be returned. Mayr's Wonderful Lunches and Corner Cooling Drinks May Be Obtained Main and Depot Streets, Stanford, Ky. When In Danville at lr..iiml SHOP PERFECT (Incorporated) DANVILLE, 40-C- . . KY. DEMAND Formula Uibel on your House Paint purclmcs II. & W. has au-- i 'To the Republican Voters of Lincoln Third Week of Circuit Court. Preston Walls. o.,y; The third week of circuit court was Miss Anna Preston, jubt 20, and KeJub.can State Central Cora- Jesse Walls, a widower of i!U, were bcrun this mornimr. court havintr ad-y married Saturday. Both are residents journal Friday until today. The ,k' wtetl rep- j" of the Green river sectiori of the case of Riffe & Jones against the a"y county and have many friends who McK inncy Deposit CanK was called, 1V:LTcVV ' i-ene:u V "c"lulJ' wish them nil the good things that but was continued until next term. iTJ .V. Some enuity cases tre vecupying the 'Vr.i uu 1KV" 'U (J. .1 I II. 111!'can come their way. . w . L. I I JA r 11 Ul uuenuuri oi ine cuuri uus aiiemuuii. the purpose of adontinc u 1 n1nt.fnrm Body Removed. embodying tho principles upon whieh Strawberry Supper at Turnersville. jie uepuoncan rarty and its nominees The body of Mrs. G. M. Smith, who The Indies of the Turnersville j will ask the support of the voters o! was Miss Elizabeth Withers, which was buried inthe Rush Branch bury- I hnstian church will give an ice Kentucky at the comini? NWrnhtF ing ground some 17 years ago, was cream and (strawberry supper on the election. The delegates to said State taken up Monday and placed ia Buffa- evening of June 12, 1015. The pro- Convention will be belected by a ceeds will be for the benefit of tlie county mass convntlon to be held at lo Springs cemetery. church. All are cor:aily invited to the Court House at Stanford, at one come nnd bring their friends. The o'clock p. m., standard time, on SatMade Nice Sum. 46-- 2 urday, June 12th, 1915. hours will be from 7 to 11. The strawberry supper given at the The form of voting in said convenhome of Dr. and Mrs. J. It. Smith at News of the Churches. tion on all questions khall be ivn voce McKinney, Saturday night for the Heulah Walker Circle will meet All voters who are entitled to partibenefit of the Baptist church was a cipate in the convention which delsuccess. An enjoyable rvening was with Mrs. A. C. Hill Wednesday af egates were selected to ut Republitho ternoon at 2:30 o'clock. spent by all present nnd some $20-od- d can k services at the Presbyte- city State Convention held in the' vas netted. rian Church Wednesday evening, and of Louisville, April 10th, 1912 now Repub June 9 at 7:30. Topic, "A Medical licans, those who arewho Ice Cream Supper at Goshen. anu those have atMKion in the First Century" Acts tained the age An ice cream supper will be given 14. Children's Day services Sunday, of 21 years since said date, shall be entitled to particiit Goshen on Friday evening, June 11. June 13, nt 11 o'clock. pate in the convention to select deleThe proceeds will go for tho beiuiflt gates to the state convention herein of the Goshen Christian church. All Stanley Forced to Speak Twice. called. Lincoln county Is entitled to are invited. Owsley Stanley hid such a big 19 delegates and 19 alternates. crowd at Richmond that he had k It. L. Davison, Chm. Social Calendar , being so speak twice, . Geo. D, Florence, Se. June 9 Rook Club entertained by great that it the crowdget into the could not Mrs. James II. Woods at 2 o'clock. court-housTO THE PUBLIC. His sece.nd speech was June 10 Dixie Rook Club will I represent the largest and best a bundstand in tho court yard. meet with Mrs. E. J. Howenstine ut from county court day and a great clothing house in this It'wns country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago 2:30o'clo.k crowd was in town. 111. Ny experience U measuring, r.nd Oil, Oil, Attention Farmers. the maKing of your clothes, President F. I'. Uacon, of the Ken- directing tne ml"n I can save you money, can fill your iuce over one "who tucky Traction & Terminnl Company. - f .lie barrel, or sell you a No. 1, is nbt a practical tailor. If you will 50 gal-Io- n operating the Lein;.on Street Rai- - give me your order I will promise atecl barrel with faucet, capacity, at n low figure, and fin way and various interurtmn lines. you n square deal. You will get the same with the best oil ut low pi ices, says it will not adopt a "closed shop." worth of your money, either in the saving you from $1 to $2, the higher priced. Headed by the Mayor a posse of cheapest grades or SUMMER line If you cannot make arrangements My SPRING and of through your merchant, call or phone Caldwell. Kan., drove fiom the city n samples are now ready for your InStandard Oil Agent, J. W. SWEEN-EV- , party of 350 Idle men who posed as spection. Call and let me show you. 80 farmhands and who demanded food. II. C. RUPLEY, th. Practical Lancaster, Ky. Phone 152. T.iJoV L ' Z .5.?.?'" "?! " i. .7.. ..."".. ""i'"""" ' W y""Sur- Mid-wee- e. made-to-ord- T4mc '"ihnm"-'-' 'V Pj" fyq?T " " HP' 9 i The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, June 8, 1915. k al irsMSToii For Infants find Children. .1 The Kind You Have .am oiioi, 3 AVcgclnWcIVfiwnllonrx.ls srmir.i ifiij ihelboJ .Tixf Rojuta ling iif Siiwadu andlkwlioT ptn ci:.r Always Bought Bears the Signature of r Of ll" Promotes DHesttonflwrfJ-ncs- s and IVstrontJlns nciihc OpiimuMorphinc RnvtireUDcSti-virmm- i a jr.r In iwrJliticral BUI iiAiauiiu JlxSmra JbtMttUlH'rttSrfi' ymrpim Ibrr. Apcrfccl Remedy forConnpi 2--1: t- Atalni lion. Sour Stonuch.Dlarrtoci Worra.Com'uIsioiis.Fcvcrish Use For Over ?.3oStf ncssomlLossorSuxr. PicSinl Signature of , SneL gg?c The CcNTAvn Cou-atot- NEW YORK. Thirty Years " mmm't of Wrapper. Exact Copy n -' f cit under lhc rowing i - flUlOTfl uho i un TMC MgtHBHKHMHBHIEff CINTVH COM'INT NtWTOKR CITY Boots & Herbs Bgr GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded according to th Original & Exclusive Formulas & Recipes of Charlio White-MooThe Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. tho Groat Body-Toni- c. SCIENCE SOPE, for tho Human 8kin Only. Ask your druggist, or writo n, C3ARLIE WHITE H00N Me Cowboy Hemiiit oioiN.ron or WHITE MOCKS COD CEl-S- CHETENRE IH0U1 Mrs. CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N H'MEO'ES A SCIENCE so': 3731 West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky FARM FOR SALE! On Wednesday, June 16th, 1915, at 11 A. M. The Stephenson Farm will be sold by public outcry on the premises, situated two miles North of Burgin, on the Danville and Shakertown pike and the Q. & C. railroad. 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, d 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. rn wj. first supposed. Those who complained of the dry weather n few weeks ago were glad to sco the rain stop Mrs. Jennie Scolt, of MnHinl, Mo., arrived Wednesday to spend the summer wlh her micr, Mrs. Mary R. Fogle and other relatives. Haas's Circus will stretch its tents at Ypsemlte Friday Junell when the the smnll boy.nnd snmo not so small anticipate a big time. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Spears and Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Thomas, of Lincoln county, came down it ml spent Decoration Day at the cemetery here. The apple crop was badly damaged by the hail that fell on the 23rd. Those left on tlie trees are badly bruised and will likely he quite faulty. Golden Dawn Spring? hotel will have it formal opening, on the even ing of June 16. The amusement will be music and dancing. Supper will be sen erf to the hungry and nil kinds of refreshments will on tap. The teachers of tho county met y with the Hoard of Education nt Saturday and obtained contracts for teaching schools of the county. It is said that the county's capital actually looked gay when wisdom uml beauty appeared on her streets. Our friend. Dr. J. T. Ilohon shoudd o define the city limits of Kidd's Store, that on entering town, correspondents and others given to too much hilarity nt times might know fust where good behavior wns in order. II y the way, the doctor was not hort on snakes in his last. The following teachers from this immedinte vicinity who took the late examination nt Liberty got first ..lasn certificates, vir-- i Mr. W. T. Jasper, Misses Ruby Lee Fogle, Ada Alitor, mid Mattic McDaniel nnd O. R. Lintcr. Mrs. Jasper's were passed on as she will by the board nl Sor-crsteach in Pulaski. No one here is disappointed in failing to get on the Dixie Highway. In fact, we have have never anticipated getting on any of the Ways. We have waded mud eight months out of the twelve for the last ten years, and will continue to do so till the mud gets too deep and will then tnke to the wood. The following persons from a distance, attended the funeral of Rev. .1 I. Tavlor here 'Sunday afternoon. Mr. and .Mrs. Mitchell Inylor, Mrs. P. II. Tnyior, Mr. and Mrs. Jason Taylor, of Danville, Archibald Taylor, of R. V. Carson, of Phil, JuiIkc Lincoln Wells, Robert Wayman. Jason Wecsley, G. W. King. Dr. I. S. Wesley, M. K. Humphrey, of Liberty, Cleo Thomas, Arthur Davidson. Arthur Brown nnd D. S. Riffe. of McKinney. After lingering between life and death for nearly six weeks. Rev. Josh- un S. Taylor breathed his last here Saturday afternoon at three o'clock. Rev. Taylor wns 81 years of age and had lived most of his life in this and Pulaski counties. He was a minister of the Methodist church, a man of very strong mind and fine reasoner in the pulpit. He was twice married, his last wife who survives him being a Miss t illiams. IJe was an uncle of Mitchell and P. II. Taylor, of Danville, and had some half brothers who survive him. Uncle Josh, as he was lovingly known here, was much loved by his neighbors and his number of friends was at- teted by tho large concourse of people that gathered here Sunday after noon to pay their last tribute of re spect to his memory. Rev. C. C. Moore preached the funeral discourse when the body was laid to rest by the Jlasonic Fraternity of which he was an honored member. Lib-erte, MIDDLEBURG. Extern Star Banquet at Hustonville. Mrs. W. T. Jaapor and Mis Klin The members of Lincoln Chapter, Rainwater went to Minton title Thurs- IPB. 0. K. L. enjoyed n rare treat last day. Friday week when the Chapter was Whcst wm damaged ly the late hail visited by G. W. M. Sister Piper, of storm here, though not so badly ns RusMllvlllc. and G. Con. Sister r. Zln-i7c- of Lexington. There were about '00 members present hnd nil spent a delightful evening whlrh will not soon bo forgotten. The Chapter was railed to order by W. M. Slstor Delia Godby and the degree work put on by Lincoln Chapter team after which Inn nddress was delivered by Sister l'iper, which was very Instructive and onjoved by all. The W. G. M. is courteous and kind nnd posfocrf with a command of voice and culture that, couplcrf with wisdom mnkes her n queenly woman as well as capable adviser. The W. G. M. was followed by G. Con. Sister Zinzor, whoe address was cry beautifully delivered and was touching as she spoke of the ties that bind us together In sisterly nnd brotherly love. After thp everyone was invited to the Mnsonic banquet hull where refreshments were served by members of the chnptcr. Those present weie: G. W. InM. Sister Pipes, G. Con. Sister zer, Mrs. Godby, Somerset, Miss Minor, Danville, Mrs. Wentherforrf, Mrs. Coleman, Miss Eaton. Stunford, Mrs. Kate Cuiidiir. Mrs. Maud Rich, Mat-ti- e Combcst, Dollic Dunham, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harmon, Misses Mary Uice and Frances Dunham, of Anti-oc- h Chapter No. .10, Phil. Mesdnmes Diva Coffey, Dr. Creech, Bertha Wesley, Celeste Elliott, Bertha Branson, Mr. and Mrs. Sharp, Miss Ester Jones, Mr. Sam Bell, and Mr. Tom Miller o Glenlilly Chnptcr. Mlddlcburg. Mies Delia Godby, Nitro Carson, Ada North, Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Carson, Ada Carson, Sue North, Mr. nnd .Mrs. M. B. Cnron. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C. Hicks, Mr. and Sirs. Frank Hunn. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hoguo. Mr. and Mrs. Frank North. Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Stephenson, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. RitTo. Dr. and .Mrs. Childress, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Adams, Mesdames Sophia Carpenter, Bcttie Hoskins, K. Carpenter, Leonia Carson, Messrs. J. C. Stephenson, R. L. Hicks, J. L. Hicks, E. McCormick, Mr. and Mrs. S. T. j es Next Saturday JUNE 1 2th, Our Great June Sale Will Begin. We will have many Bargains to offer you and some of them .will be given in 1 4 Next Friday's Paper. Watch for Prices and Particulars. It will be the gest sale pulled off in Stanford in years. Watch and Wait For It. big- The Bargain Store. SALEM & SALEM. -- i j . phenson. S. P. Stephenson sold to Jim Yow-cl- l, 11 fat hogs to go June 12 nt 7c, nnd about 25 lambs to go June 15. Fnlmein hie getting behind with their work on m. count of rain, meadows and other grasses are doing well. crop of f There will be about tobacco planted this time. Everything in this neck of woods looks mighty like MeChesney is the man for governor. one-hnl- Powell. Miss Bess Combcst of Louisville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. P. P. Ste- "That Good Drink I When &liis Item, from An Ky., June 7. Health of the community is good with the exception of a very sad accident that occurrred on the 2(ith. Lewis Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brown, while handling a riflo in some manner let the little weapon go oft", shooting little Harry Eads, son of .Mr. and Mrs. Sam D. Ead, in the leg, four or five inches above the ankle, ranging down thru the bone and lorfging in the back part of the heel. He was taken to Norton Infirmary, Louisville and Dr. Freeman of Crcstwood. and Dr. Grant, of Louisville, removed the ball. The little fellow has been doing fine from the beginning and will son be able to come home. The accident was as hanl for Mr. and Mrs. Brown to gut over, it seemed, as it was for the parents of the boy. We have luul a great deal of rain in the last few days and the farmers are delighted, hut would like to have now, as it would not be a a let-u- p bad idea for the cultivators to start again. Early wheat never was better in ths section but the late sowgood. ing was not J. D. Eads sold to II. K. Ditto, of Brandenburg, n head of tine feeding cattle to go Sept. 1st at $7.50 ami $7.55 per hundred. The cattle will weigh by that time between 1,000 to 1,250 pounds. W. M. Brown sold to same party eleven head to go nt same time, weight about 1,250 pounds at 7 J. D. Eads has just finished the wool business for the teaon, shipping about 70,000 pounds. Crestwoorf, 1 you chink your first boi!U 01 of P.RI"AY you will be won by un-unl- Try 1 ''jroclo.rvr Bottle equalled Muoothness and its ue richness. You will be delighted by PA RP AY'S agreeable "after-taste,- " and the gentle and wholesome stimulation that follows. You will realize that PARPAY Is Indeed that distinctively GOOD drink full-flavor- tho tlbtlnctho PARIvW flavor. You will be won to PARPAY 5 q ! J Lancaster Bottling Works, Exclusive Distributors, Here. There. Everywhere, ,At LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. T73SHI founts R? or Dollied, Farm and Stock News B. Sartain sold to T. W. .lone eight heifers at $39. J. II. Bustle, out on Route No. 1, sold to John Rigsby, 22 head of 135-pou- Kentucky Fair Dates. The following are tile dates fixed J. two-stor- y, hogs at seven cents a pound, one bull for $48 and a heifer for $20.50. y R. C. Arnold bought of Phil 45 lnmbs that averaged 72 pounds at 7 4 cents, and of R. C. Hocker 50 that averaged 70 pounds at the same price. One of the bensational beef breed cattle sales in recent years was in In diana May 10. W. T. McCarty sold seventy-fiv- e of his Orchard Lake Herefords for an nyernge of 52,990. L. A. Pinurd of South Dakota paid of Perfection Fair50,800 for a fax, calved November 1, 1913. That was the top price of Jhe sale nnd the top price paid for a son of that noted bull. Thompson Brothers of West Point, Nebraska, paid $3,500 for an other Fairfax bull, and O. F. Wil-so- n STRAWBERRY PLANTS DR. J. G. CARPENTER Office of Burlington Junction, Mo., paid . ,' FRUITS AND SHADE TREES i $1,000 for a bull from tho same sire. Bu and our first offering of the remark. '" "?COln CCU"ty N(tio"a Building Eye, nose, throat, ear, d able Mammouth Pearl Potato. for Catalog. No Agent,, cto, uriiinry. rectal, pelvic diseases, f qrtq;irr;(i)fff H. F. HILLENMEYER AND SONS, surgery, consultations. Eys hkiHfully Lex,n,on Kentucky. tested, glasses scientifically prescib-184- 1 l5 erf. 10.3m Nun-nellc3-Gen-Sen- well-planne- for holding the Kentucky Fairs for 19i5. as i.ir um fifirltM!. Offirora nf fairs are requested to report any omitsions or corrections of dates: Danville, July days. Mt. Sterling, July 211 days. Harrodsburg. July 27 days. Winchester, July days. Blue Grass Fair, Lexington, Aug. ( 2 days. Taylorsville, Aug. 3 1 days. Burkesville, Aug. 11 I days. Vancebuig, Aug. 11 :i days. Brodhead, Aug. 1 1 3 days. I'erryville, Aug. II days. Cnl'NamW 'The original hammer-proo- f Fern Creek, Aug. 11 4 days. Vnrniih ,, Sanders, Fair, Aug. 11 . I days. . 4 Stanford K. of P. Aug. 18 3 days. Shepherdsvilie, Aug 17 4 days. Lawrenveburg, Aug. 17 I days. Columbia, Aug. 17 I days. Eminence, Aug. IS 3 davs. r.wing, Aug. 10 .'1 days. London, Aug. 21 4 duys. Elizabethtown, Aug. 21 3 days. Shelbyville, Aug. 244 days. 1 days. Germutitovvn, Aug. 25 Florence, Aug. 21! 3 days. KNOCK ALL YOU Alexandria, Aug, 31 5 days. WANT TO Somerset, Aug. 314 days. Grayson, Sept. 1 1 days. You will find it takes more than a Barbwursville, Sept. 1 3 duys. hammer blow to mako a Hodgenville, Sept. 7 3 days. Iloor llnke, chip or powder. Henderson, Sept. 7 5 days. Wo huvo pieces of wuod at our Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, store finished with VaSent. 13 ti ilnvK. rnishcome in and try the hammer Owonsboro, Sept. 21 5 days. on them. Horse Cave, Sept. 22 days. Also get our prices on Groceiies. I'ennyroyul-HopkinsvillSupt 27 Wo can save you money. fi d.tys. MISS ANNIE PHILLIPS Glasgo j Sept. 1 days. Stanford, Ky. Cave City, Oct. 4 (1 davs. Adairville, Sept. days. I WT2 Wr -- I fllH T f&-.fcv- 213 1 Tfflra Lll 291 rfT y""il Skater! la-- e . Delicious isti What How do you keep it so de lightfully cold? rl-w- watei". rnnl sparkling water from the 'built-iCooler of the AUTOMATIC REFRIGERATOR No dust, impurities or odors can-gein this cooler. It is easy to keep clean. It uses no extra ice. Come see the refrigerator that takes perfect care of your food, and gives you delicious drinking . n' DelicioUS is a Word WpII nnrJiorl rr t 1 .... e, Come in and see it. 2'.i--- A Car of Lehigh Just Arrived We have just unloaded a car of Lehigh Portland Cement at our warehouse. If you are in the market for cement this ia 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. Stove Burns Oil Or Gasoline. Detroit Vapor Stoves "Work Mke Gas." rt tM New Telephone Manager Here. J. E. Jordan, of I'ineville, who has . As executors of ths estate of J, J. !i,tninl .atl I1M.IIUKVI .. uiv j Thompson, deceased, we will rail lu.nn ..j'l'w.i.wil rrtitnti....- - ill ,1... IUCUI jiiiDiiuy ai uis mie rotuuence on Lnui telephone phuit, arrived here .Monday Orchard and Lancaster turnpike, one morning and went to work ut once, mile north of I'reachersville, begin- He was accompanied by General Plant oupcnnienneni veacn, one or tno ning promptly ut 10 . m., cluverest nnd most popular telephone THURSDAY. JUNE 10th, 1915 men In Kentucky, tho following crxnnnU?es: 32 fat mer manager I). whose assistant forI). Carrico will behogs, weight uom 225 pounds; 1 Mr. Jordan is un bay marc; 3 black lows and calves; come at Frankfort 2 steers; 1 yeurlhig bull, experienced telephone man, and will extru good: 1 vcariiriir steer: 1 vear- - bo cordially welcomed here. lling heifer; 200 lu.rcls old corn; 2 wheat urlU; l cuttii g IMrrow; I hay uko; 1 mowing machine; 1 cultivator; 1 1 rf PUBLIC SALE 303 PENCE & HILL, Stanford, Ky, ...MONEY TO LEND... On Farms in 'Sums of $2,000 and up. Easy Terms. Apply to j LLllIUiCEMENT ha3 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 sdtisfaction in your concrete work. Come in and let us figure on your requirements. FOR SALE BY J. II. BAUCHMAN A. CO. (.) Simply light the burners and put your cooking on at once juit like a city gat atove. You have a hot (inoke. ! fire right from the start. Of all tovet that we know of at lonr. w. have been in butineee, we believa 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. W. H. HIGGINS. 1 cider mill; 1 buggy; 1 wagon; 1 pair stock scales; 1 corn planter; set roofing tools; 1 lot of lumber nnd many other farming implements too numerous to mention. IIOL'HKIIUM) AND KllTHKN KliltSITl'ltr TERMS All Hums undor $10.00.1 cash in hand,. over that amount to he sold on n credit of six months with negotiable note bearing G per cent interest fiom duto of sate. JAS. H. and J. FRANK THOMPSON, executors Under the will of J J, Thompson. Dinner on ground. Capt. A. M. BOURNE, Auctioneer INSURE Your Property in the Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with SALIN & SMITH, Agents Bromley & Bromley The Insurance Agents I Let the I. Stanford, Kentucky. Stanford, Kentucky J. print your horse and jack cards. n r ' 5X21 aii