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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): June 11, 1915 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1915 int1915061101_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): June 11, 1915 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- 3 V - . jffUN4 MMlA .',- -, -- v. rt i Established I860. 56th Year. No. 47 Vote The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, June II, 1915. To-day '. First Section ' Tuesdays and Fridays ii r; Ifr.i .?' H k WJ r THE IIAPPENINCS OF THE DAY JAMES P. GOODE CROSSES GEORGIA PRISON COMMISSION MAY CIRCUIT COURT TURNS DOWN LEO FRANK THE GREAT DIVIDE DRAWING TO A CLOSE A Little About What's Coins On The Country Over. Well.ltnown and Popular Citiien Volet Two to One Againtt Commuta- Very Dull Term and No Pritonert To Siili.scriplion Huttonville Joint the Silent Go To The Penitentiary Four tion of Sentence Gov. Slaton V, I. Chcbithcs, of Somerset, won Majority. Contest Manager, Interior Journal, Stanford, Ky., Get Jail Sentence!. Will Have Another Hearing. the June Oratorical contest at Danville. year's subscription to Kind enclosed for James P. Goode, one of the best The Mny term of tha Lincoln circuit The Georgia Prison Commission. I.v n J. H. Stouffer, n mer- known The Interior Journal. I wish to help my "favorite" tn the Hig Trnv- chant of Richmond, is dead after u dents and most popular older resi- a vote of two to one, denied clemency court is rapidly drawing to n close and el Tour and Prlzo Contest, before June 21st, the close of the Brggcst of Ilustonvillc, died there Wed- to Leo Frank, convicted of the muider win go down in history as probably Put Forlh Your Beit Effort, and lingering illness. and Host Vote Offer. I'lcnse givo me proper credit and send votes and Gather In All Pottlble Mrs. Rebecca West, aged and res nesday night. He had been in feeble of Mury Phagan In Atlanta. Commls-sloner- s the dullest In years. No one has been with my compliments to health convicted of an offense punishable hy E. L. Raincv nnd K. E. pected lady of Lancaster, is dead nf he died for months, hut the dny before ttafuis June 21 al for On he was able to walk about the son voted against the ter short ilncss. recommenda- confinement in the penitentiary and Yoiir Work Now May Depend Your place. He was a great sufferer from tion for clemency nnd Commissioner there have only been four jail conv c- The Amalgamated Copper Company other troubles nnd tions. The juries hnve been discharged Succett At the Clote. Th Die who Is an active contestant In the Interior Journal's Big Travel Tour of New Jersey, dissolved, 1 he author- asthma andor more had seldomfor the T. E. Patterson voted Mr It. The pnst year been ond Prize Contest. finding is not binding on and tomorrow "big- - court will end Vote Inducement Now In Force it ized capital was $155,000,000. outside his home. He Is survived the Governor, who, It is stated, will by limitation. According to the ."lap report nf by his of Guaranteed to De the Blggett and six Most Wist. No. .....P. 0. Commissioner Newman tho outlook girls andwife and ten children latter make further hcnrinirs .,nnro mnktm. with the of Wednesday was token up Beit Vote Offer of the Contest. four boys, all of the suit of the Kentucky SouthI his decision. The majority report of for crops in Kentucky is good. living in Cincinnati Covington. ine commission said: ern Coal Co. against W. S. Wigham, The Kentucky Dental Association One daughter lives in and Signed Texas nnd the "None of the grnnd jurors who the Morelnnd coal merchant. The suit in session at Ashland decided to hold other arc (Name of Subscriber) lit home. found the indictment, none of the wsis for $244 nnd judgment was its next annual meeting in Louisville. Deceased was 73 years old nnd with trial jurors who heard the evidence given for thnt amount. Mr. Wigham Hell Hoy, winner of the opening the exception P. O years, under onth, nor the prosecuting at- was allowed his contra account of six or Subscription. race at Lntonia, paid $132.70 for $2, nil of his long of had scvci..pent This ii n Now It the Time Your Suhtcription life been nt torney have asked that the sentence $100 ngninst tho company. the record price for the spring turf Ilustonvillc, which he with (New or Renewal) Will Bring Your Favorite the Mott Charley Armstrong wns fined $150 pride re- be commuted. The Judge who presidseason. To the Subscriber: Send the remittance direct to the Contest ferred to as "the garden spot of the ed nt the trial nnd who had the right for destroying public property and Volet. Subtcribe or Renew Before Ansel Dismukcs, of Danville, died world." He was a Manager, care the Interior Journal, Stanford, Ky., who will give you prominent Mason, to exercise the discretion f fixing given a jnil sentencb of three months June 21 tt for Your Support It in Lexington, nged 37. Ho was horn having been a proper credit and Issue vote to the Contestant named. for stealing coal. This is negro member of order the at Hrynntsville nnd was a harness mil- half century. The burial thatthe Ilus-a ment penalty of cither life imprison- who escnped from jail some the weeks Needed hy Your Favorite Candisix In or dcuth, imposed the latter ker by trade. ago, brushing nside tonvillc cemetery nt date. DcHordc Mrs. Susan Preston Vance, the aged afternoon is being three o'clock this sentence und overruled a motion for a as he went to unlock Jailer the bastile. Ho conducted by new trial. orite. Votes uie given free on back Miss Mary Warriner 12,850 mother of Dr. Ap Morgan Vance, of of that crcat and ancient ordnr. The close of tho biggest and l subscriptions and renewals and now Miss Mabel Wright, Several appenls were taken to both was enptured In Casey county, IM :!,'J50 Louisville, is dead. She formirly liv- and members of many lodges nre pres the Appellate vote offer of the content approaches. is the time your subscriptions will de Court of the State nnd the jailer paying n reward of $25. Ml. Salem, Ky. ed in Danville. Monday, June 21st, will lie tho LAST your favorite the most good. The suit of F. Krugcr, of Mt. Verent 10 pay tne last sad tribute. the Supreme Court of the United .Miss Nannie McKint-e.18,025 Manufacturers of explosives, auto"Judge" Goode, ns some of his non, agninst Lincoln county for balCHANCE to take advantage of this McKfmicy'u "favorites" in the big DISTRICT NO. : mobiles and lentiicr goods nre profit- friends cnlleil him, others preferring States, all of which were denied and ance claimed on the erection of tho muirnnntli vote inducement. livery laru ore Mis Ruth Tanner, Mis l.oix the judgments of the lower courts afLancatter, Ky. ing from the heavy export trade due the affectionate appellation was nrguedThursday, P. candidate in the race should put Otinn und Miss Iluth Cocking. of "Pup," firmed, thus assuring the defendant court-hous- e Miss Florence Dawes 119,975 to tlc European war. was mayor of Ilustonvillc for a long forth her ery best offortH during Icgnl nnd constitutional rights M. McRnberts and County Attorney Ask for votes when paying your Miss Stella Comely 100,050 Miss Sara Horcing, daughter of the time and made nn excellent official. ofTiis the few remaining day ofthis of. subscriptions and votu for your fa- Miss Lillie Mny Sutton under the laws of the land. It further V. S. Hurch representing the county 0,950 late Congressman Vincent Horeing, He took pride in the welfare nnd im appears fer and take full advantage of ev vorite. that there has been no techni nnd George D. Florence and Arthur Miss Lillie Jones 5,175 of London, was killed by a tnxicab provement of his town and gave much ery opportunity to secure subscrip-tioncal proposition of law or of procedure Hensingcr, of Louisvrtre, the plaintiff. lour young ladies from Morelnnd IMiss Kntu liiimm. n.t 5,025 in Hattle Creek, Mich. of his time to Hustonvillc's advance- not nas prevented the petitioner from Briefs were ordered filed in the case, Don't let any of your friends are entered in the hi rare. They are (Mrs. Stella Perkins 5,050 J. L. Hutchins, former Lincoln ment. put you off longer hut tell them that Miss Anna S. Rcynn.V. Miss Olga having his guiult or innocence passed and Judge Hardin will render his dePaint Lick, Ky, county man, has sold his interests in cision nfter the perusal of them. He wns n right now Is the time their subscrip- Myers, Miss Lydia Waddle and Miss'Miss Louise Mice liberal, clcv 3,750 the livery business of Hutchins & er man anil his death has brought sor- upon by a jury of his peers and by the The land suit of Denny versus tions will do you the mo-- t good. highest Prudence Ferrell. Urodhead, Ky. Hean, at Danville, to Mitchell Taylor. row to the many who knew and admir- thorities, constitutional .appellate au- Hrown has the attention ofthe court After June 21st, the vote schedule Ilig votes given on nil subscrip- - Miss Judith McCall und jio evidence or facts 10,250 plan t have the District of ed him. A warmer heart never beat in bearing upon his guilt The will take n most decided drop and tions until June 21st. i.Mi.ss Ada Ward or innocence today. 51,025 Columbia given government similar to human bosom than his nor was there will continue lower during the rehas tuo favorites in the Miss Kttn Cable 00,150 that of a State will lie -- night by suf- ever a more congenial disposition. He having been shown, we see no reason LATEST WAR NEWS mainder of the content. A new one big race for glory and prizes. Ilothl for taking the case ordiDanville. Ky. fragists unless won.wiB' suffrage is saw the bright side of every thing and nary rules of law andout of the felt year subscription now brings 12,200 Miss Stella Comely and Miss Florence Miss Elizabeth Dye The text of the American rejoinder justice and 119,975 included. got all the pleasure out of life there constrained not to interfere with the to the German Government's vote uh..ri under the reguuhir sche - Dawes arc making active chnip.iign MIm Juy Taylor 50,250 The total equalized value of real es- was in it. He will be missed in Iluston- enforcement of the orderly judgment with reference to the sinking reply uuie oi votes, ii wouki oniy nring nml deserve the support of their Miss Ethel Schadel . 1 19,975 tate and personally in Kentucky un- villc as well as by the visitors to the of the courts." We are still confident L,usuania is made public this of tho 3,000 vulrs. A new five year sub- - friends. mornJunction C!t, Ky. der the compilation just completed is good little city, who sought him to that Gov. Slaton will commute to life ing. The note reiterates the stand of scription now linngs 09,100 votes, a send in your subserip-ne- Miss Kessje Wright June 21st 9,125 $887,1-11,19. or $22,807,281 more as revive their drooping spirits with the imprisonment Frank's r subscription brings 117,- - tions before that time for now is Miss Gertrude Richardson this Government against niacins thn seiitniir.. nml 05,325 compared with 1914. sunshine thnt he always carried. 800 votes. Under Itils big vote in-- 1 the time your subscriptions while the wish may be father to the .Uvea of noncombatants in jeopardy will Shelby City, Ky John Alstott, nged 4o, is dead at Pence to his ashes. duewnont, vote on subscriptions bring your favorite the most votes. Miss, Emily Murphy thought, we are willing to back our'V attacks on merchant 03,875 Junction City, wher count up ory rapidly nml with a ie had rescided judgment in the premises. The man;smPs' insisting that the lnws of .Miss dertruile Richardson, is rep- Arabia, Ky. ADDITIONAL PERSONALS. for many years. His wife and several very little effort, a candidate could roscnting Junction City in the big Miss Lake Carter nnyi1'0"8 an'l the rights of humanity be was in better position than 2,750 children survive. The burial took coon reach the top of the. list. This contest nnd deserves the support of other Judge Roan the trial judgs, 'complied vyith and declaring that tho place in the Perryville ceirctery. Miss Fnnnic Young, of the High- expressed doubt a to Frank's guilt. r'Khts of visit and search be exercised. is ton good an opportunity to secure her many friends. TARM AND STOCK NEWS The Kentuckv Press Association land section, is visiting friends nt It would lie a horrible thing to hang II ? Jcnicd in the note that, the Lusi-a- n G. 15. Sutton, or East End, bought thousands of extra votes, for a Shelby City's entry in the big conto let pass hy without taking test is Mit Emily Murphy, who has 23 head of hogs at $10 pt.r head from elected J. H. Stcurs of Nicholasville, Goshen. innocent man and it wniibl bo nn tania was armed, as charced by tho president; John Ii. Gaines, of Howling Miss Lottie Helm goes to Cincin- indellible blot on Georgia's escutcheon Berlin note. The Imperial Govern- full advantage- - of it. made many friunds nil over this F. F. Robbins. nnd nati tomorrow to spend a month liov. Milton might not satisfy the few ""--Cnth Your Proniltet. John Murphy, of the West End. Green, county. invneu 10 suomu any evidence Make every possible elfort to secure v ones, hut he would it may have to the contrary. A copy Danville has three candidates work- sold sixty lambs to J. C. Johnston, of J. C. Alcock, of JerTersontown, sec I with her sister, Mrs. Frank Walton. retary. Leximrton was chosen ns the Undertakers J. C. McClnry, of this please the conservative element by ex- - f the note was delivered to Ambas-subscriptions between now nnd June ing for the priros and all have nu- iiovie at ciplit cents. meeting. city, and J. M. Reynolds of Waynes-bur- tending clemency in a case where sauor von uernstorit, who declined to 21t. for on your effort now may de- merous friends who are watching J. T. Hrown or the King's Mountain place for the attended the Undertaker's there is so much doubt ns there is in mnke any comment. In diplomatic pend your success at the clove. Call their nice with great interest. MIks section sold two calves to Rubu Hor. TANLAC7S ROMANCE REVEALED. meeting in Louisville Thursday. and I'll Elizabeth Dye, Miss Ethel Sihadel, ton, of Wnynesburg for $42. on all those the one now before him. And, mark circles generally, it is stated, the note Miss Gertrude created a favorable impression. In friends and tell anil Miss Joyce Taylor nre the three ilkmson will at- - our prediction, he will do it. Luther Johnson, near Ottcnheim. qunrtcrs favorable to Germany it was them thBt you need their Mibscrlp-tion- s popular young ladies entered from bought a calf of H. Heck, of the same Growth f Premier Preparation It (tend the reneption given by the so Unprecedented. iniors of the Garrard. High School and 'stated that the document confirmed neighborhood, for which he paid $20. Newt of the Churchet. at onCe- - that now is the time this town. will spend several days with Lancas- Sunday school at Mt. Xenia, at 3 the belief that the critical stage had their subscription. - possible, have J. T. Itigsby and C. II. Robbins. of Paint Lick's "favorite" in the big 10. Loiiisvilln . Kv.. .Tune The iter relatives. most votes. Make up n list of nil rnce I.Otiss Louise Rice, n charming the Last hud, bought of Granville ociocK Sunday afternoon. Rev. U. M. ,u,eBn passeu in negotiations wun will preach immediately after- - ''" your friends whom you have not young ludy whose ninny friends are Lecce, eleven head of shepp for $28. growth and development of Tanlac, I Mrs. It. L. Hubble. Mrs. William f W. II. Mnynard, of the McKinney the new remedy being introduced in Martin, of this city .id M. B. Hubble ward. seen or who have told you that they h6plng thnt she wll continue to make Picture Show Every Night. hulp"lntcr. Go nfter them for an active nice for the prizes. Sunday.' section, has contracted with Phillip's Kentucky is n romance of the busi - jnml wife, of Royle, were in Lexing- At the Christian. church "will ednesday to witness the com- - June 13: Sunday school 9:30; morn- Beginning next Monday night, C. Among the popular candidates en- Hros., of this city, Tor n large con- ness world. The nmazr.:g popularity ton their subscriptions, rt possible, have mencement exercises of Hamilton Col ing worship, 10:45; C. E. meeting Hays Foster, of the opera house, will with them tell them tered from Stnnfoid are MNs crete silo. which this remedy has achieved with a personal talk lege nnd to see Mis Linncl Eubanks. 0:45. No preaching service Sunday have a good, clean plct'jrj show every good their subscriptions Scott, Ik.w much II. G. Lutes of the Turnersville sec- in Cii!meo. Miss Fannie chort time is almost incredible will do you now. Those whom you Mrs. Walter Jones, Miss llessie Clay tion, shipped a car load of lambs from to those not actually familar with the daughter of the latter couple, grad- night on account of union service at night of the week. He has contract- should be sent Fnrris. Mias Elsie Coleman anil Mrs. McKinney this week to Green & Em-hr- y figures. uate. the Methodist churcrh. cannot see personally cd for the best film service obtainable Judge James P. Bailey, who had At the Methodist church Sunday, and proposes to eive two shows each of Cincinnati. More than 150.000 Kcntuckinns arc Lucy M. Hartley. letter.- - or reached by telephone. working for prizes although it was intending leaving for Oroville. Cnl., to the Sunday school will meet at 9:30 evening worth several times the Miss Com Will Nwil, of near Morclnnd, sold now takimr Tanlac. you are Iluth Miss Wnrrinor nnd a. m.; preaching by the pastor at price of admission. On night that are worth your very host ef- Singleton, the two popular candidate to Hnunett McCormnck, also of the only introduced in Lexington lust visit his daughter, Mrs U. 1). a 10:45 a. m.; the Epworth League wilil he will start the interesting and hich- forth your host onterod from Waynoeburg have Wust End. a lot of Limbs for October nnd here in January. So great ory, has postponed In forts nnd if you put be able to gain icoroit of friends anxious to help present delivery at eigh't cents. He arc the demands for it that the labora- - week or so. Miss kathertne Gregory. meet at 7:15 p. m.; at 8:00 p. m.? the ly exciting serial picture, "The efforts now, you will .u.--i service will be held, Rev. D. ploits of Elaine." You will miss a them win a prize and we look for also sold some for July delivery at tories at Dayton', O., where the rem- - his granddaughter, who is to nccom-cd- y n lean inni win ue num mi pany him, will arrive tonight from M. Walker, preaching. good show if you fnit o attend any is prepared, must be enlarged. candidates to overcome later. So do thne candidates to tve a good ai seven and a half cents. .1. L. Andi'rson. W. H. I'ummin.s At the Presbyterian Church Sun- - of the attractions he will give next These laboratories ure now cap- - . incinnaii, wnere sne is intending uie not neglect any poasilrlc opportunity count of thcmselvoa at the close. I.I'IVVI'IUI now (j pcttua. nromincnt farmer? able of turning out 8,000 bottles of fnnwvntory of Music, has been quite day, June 13, Sunday School, 9:30; week. Kiti'- - Mountain m h livouire" la!Ui r candidnte in the person of Miss of the Prcachersville section, shippeti Tiinlac dailv under normal conditions, sick nnd her physician recommends Children's Day Service at 11 o'clock1 and June 21st. More Than Doublet Itt Capacity, Never again in this content will Grace Thompson, who with the help a cur loud of hogs to Cincinnati this 10.000 under the hiirhent nressure ,a stay here before taking the long in which the Sunday school pupils will take part. C. E. Meeting Sun-- 1 The Stanford, Water, Light & Ico you be able to secure so many vote of her friends, is making u most ac- week. There were 100 head averag- - consistent with the great care used; trip across the continent. I.. the medicines i do beTa day evening, Topic "Christ's Call to Company began last night to make Ling 2U0 pounds and cost Si.hU nml in on your xubsvii.ti'ns i4 tive nice. preparation. By the addi- Delighted With Richmond. the Young Men of Today" Mark 1 : ice by the wholesale meet the unexpected large sales, it From the hustling little town of $7.8. per hundred. tween now ii.l June 2 1st. 1." nmni-motis C.l'ARAN-TEEHrodhcad, we have three entries in ('. 11. and M. N. Robbins, of near will be necessary to enlarge the plant The Union Service will be tion of new machinery the output 01 vote Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Higgins rethe "chilly" article has been more TO BE THE IUGCrSri AND thu big nice. Miss 1tta Cable. Miss Cruli Orchard, sold 30 head of hogs nnd to increase the vvorking'forces. turned Wednesday nitrht from Rich- held at the Methodist chaurch. than doubled, the company now turn-Die- d L. T. Cooper, the noted expert on mond, Va where they went to visJ 11EST VOTO '.'Vel U of the contest Ada Ward and Miss Judith McCall to .John Ciess of Prcachersville, at tons daily of the ing out thirty-fiv- e of Hit Injuriet. nnd JUNK 21st i POSITIVELY are the attractive young iiunr.- - m- - seven and a half cents n pound. They hygiene- - and hardly less famous phit- - their son. Dr. Hurry Higgins, during Lee Terhune, who was badly in- - best, purest nnd "coldest" ice to be averaged 110 pounds. Mr. Cress also anthropift, known here ns "The Tun- - the Confederate reunion. They found YOUK LAST CHANCE to take ad- represent this town. Mt. Salem may not he very big bought 21 head from Lige Savior and lac Mnn," was himself surprised at the doctor and wife in fine health and jurcd in nn automobile accident be - found anywhere. We hope the next vantage of thU big vote offer. Subscriptions sent by mnil will be hut it rertninlv has a hustling candi - 11 head from John R. Howard. the tremendous populaiity his remedy spirits und the former prospering in tween Uradfoidsville and Lebanon, improvement the company muKes win It. C. Arnold took up Thursday the won in Kentucky, he said recently, his adopted home. They were delight-- u on account of which -- ppenred in our be the giving of its patrons a counted and accepted on this big dnte in the person of Miss'Nnnnie MeLimbs he bought some time ago of ml the more gratified at it because fullv surnrised in Richmond, havinir last issue, died of his injuries. The .electric service. vote offer if the envelope containing Kinney to represent it. i'renchersvillo candidates entered G. C. Givens at seven nnd a half cents he is himself a native Kentuckian. The 'gotten the impression thnt it being a funeral will take place at his late same is postmarked not later than fume or Refuted Shipment of Jennet, They averaged 72 pounds. 21st. The schedule in the great nice for l p. m., Juno medicine is being sold now in nil Southern city, was naturally a slow- - home in Bradfordsville Saturday . nre Miss Ella Itigsby and Miss R. C. Nunnelley, of the Peyton's parts of the State. Mr. I oopcr expect- - (place. Said .Mr. Higgins: "It. is a mag-e- d morning and the buruial will occur Cook & Barnes crated and bought below includes all extra votes. large sales, on account ofthe record nifioent city nnd was really an eve- - in the Danville Cemetery Saturday to Stanford Thursday n highly-bre- d Jnliu Hrown and we trust their ninny Well section, delivered to Whitehouse New Subtcriptiont $10.00 friends in thnt section will give mem & Johnson, of Uoyle, his lambs aver- me meiuciue eswiuiisiii-117,800 votes in me r.usi, 'opener to me. nan noi mougm 01 11 afternoon. Deceased was a prominent jennet they had sold to John E. Gra- 10 years 8.00 unlimited support. . miller and a spleiu::d citizen of his ham, nt Killeen, Texas, but agent age 07 pounds, tit eight cents. W. II. but he was unprepared for the big j being near so hig a placo and was 103,2.00 votes 8 years 5.00 Murphy and Ed Peyton delivered their Send in Your Photo. t.9,100 votes here. prised at the amount of business that town. His first wife was Miss Mary Rice of the Adams Express Co., re5 years invited to lumbs to the same parties at the same 1.00 li 1,800 votes t year Active candidates are The ingredients of Tanlac nie gath- - 'is done there. Hotels, business houses Adams, daughter of Mrs. Martha Ad- fused to nccept the uiiinml foi ship39.000 votes . 3.00 send in their photos for publication in figure. world. One, and piivate residen- t- all show signs ams, of this city. He is survived by ment on the ground that the foot and n yen i i ered from all parts votes . 2.00 the paper. 25,000 ueen useu of prosperity and there is every evi-i- n his second wife nnd two children. 2 years ot mem nas never ue-i- re mouth disense would not permit it. 1.00 12,200 votes 1 year WOULD CONNECT CHICAGO It wns taken back to the Cook farm a medicinal preparation. They are dnce of n healthy growth going on Subtcriptiont and Renewalt. Blue Gratt Seed Scarce. Back WITH NEW YORK taken to the laboratories at Dayton Rain greatly interferred with the re on Dix river to keep until matters .isili.uu .55.8U0 votes, ,i 10 years. L. C. Dunn, of the West End, was clear up. The jennet it a yearling am! there compounded with scrupu- - union, and some of the oldjConfcds HOW THEY STAND TODAY . 8.00 12,liu0 votes 8 years. Mr. and a fine one. Following is the standing of "The Type Uted in One Year to Puhlith Inns care, so that every bottle shall be went home before the parwfte, think a caller at this office Thursday. , 5.00 5 years ,. 25,500 Vutss. Friing thnt the inclement weather would Dunn makes a business of stripping of the contestants up to Eiidortementt of Doan't Kidney uniform. 4.00 . 19,200 votes.. I years s and other seeds and will Sander.' Great Sale. Tanlac is used and has proved high- not peimit it. It cleared up a little Pillt. day. June 11th. 1915. Pin 3.00 14,100 votes. 3 year enHe says ly beneficial, as hundreds of Kentuck-an- s Thursday morning, however, and the begin his work Monday. votes together or place in . 2.00 L. L. Sanders, one of Crab Or. U.tiOO votes... 2 year velopes before depositing in have testified, in cases of catarrh, parade was a most creditable nnd in that the crop is very small this year chard's hustling merchants, begins a Of the many kirtr.s-- remedies on 1.00 1 year 3,000 vote. the ixillot box. Votes may he the market today, none other is rec- rheumatism, coughs nnd colds, miliarcresting one. Many of the old soldiers and he fears it will be hardly worth hig sale tomorrow that will last for Our Guarantee they clipped fiom tho paper or trchnrd grass promises wppi.g. ....i.,,,, 0n June 20th. He ommended like Donr. Kidney Pills. ia, liver and kidney mid stomach trou- were too feeble to tne part in it, but stripping, THIS HIG VOTK OFFER IS old and better supply of seed, he says. He' ,,rrs me roat bargains in the hig Thirty-liv- e arc given free on both thousand benefitted peo- bles, nnd the nfter effects of pneu- they looked on wit'i much interest. GUARANTEED TO UK THE BIG- Ask for new subscriptions. ple gladly testify in tho newspapers monia. There were some 8,000 of the men will begin to strip that grass about advertisement which appears in this GEST AND BEST OK TUB KNTIKK hunvote when paying your subof their own towns-- , forty-fiv- e who wore the gray und some of them the 20th. paper. CONTEST. So turn In your scriptions. dred American newspapers publish Dixie Rook Hat Pleating .Meeting. looked as if they were attending their uh fiist as you receive them. $1.75 Round-Tri- p .To Louitville The second meeting of the Dixie Inst reunion. this home proof of Doan's merit. The exTo Mammoth Cave, June 29, 1918 If you hold thein back with the The L. & N. will run a special train type used in one year to tell this Rook Club was entertained by Mrs. pectation of securing bigger votes on Round trip railroad fare $4.35. to Louisville Sunday, leaving StanMorelsnd, Ky. wonderful story would make u solid E. J. Howenstine nt 2:30 o'clock Rook Club Meett With Mrt.'Woodu Including the tlum you will bo dlsuppointed. Wu 8,350 column of metal twice as high ns the ford at 0:15 in the morning. The fare Hoard at Cavein Hotelenve for $5.50. afternoon. The attractive litguarantee that no bettur offer will Miss Lydia Weddle the Mrs. James Woods entertained the for the round-triseveral routes 84,125 world's highesst mountain. Placed end tle home was made more attractive by will be $1.75. An Miss Anna S. Reynolds. bo made during tho contest. fo- - two days' trip 85.250 to end the lUies of typo would reach huge bunches of crimson rambler Rook Club most lUnghtfully Wed- attraction of the day in Louisville is Making total cost Miss Olga Myers nesday afternoon ut ther pretty coun- the game of ball between Louisville $9.85, going on regular morning 41,950 from New York to Chicago. These roses, which were used throughout tho Miss Prudence Ferrell Notet About the Contett. try home. The house was decorated trains. Limit on tickets 10 days. McKinney, Ky. miles of good words told hy 35,000 home ns decorations. Five tallies of with roses most artistically arranged and St. Paul ball clubs. t. Until fuither notice, no contestant Write or phone L. & N. agent. 52,025 tongues sound glad tidings to any players were present. The guests be- in will bo ullowed to poll mora than n Miss Ruth Cocking baskets and bowls. The hours were Herbert Bailey, who has been run49,225 Stanford sufferer who want relief sides the Club members wore: Mrs. spent sufficient number of votes to place Miss Ruth Tanner most pleasantry .vlth the game ning a garage in this city for several Robert Owens, son of J. W. Owens 13,475. from kidney and bladder ills. Here's Wm. Severance, Mrs. W. B. O'Hnn-noher standing 25,000 in advance of the Miss Mary Lois Garni and chat. Refreshments were served months, sold out to Frank Conn, of and Miss Locie Payne, daughter of Mrs. E. J. Brown and Miss Es- and nil soon left the hospitnhle scene Ky. a Stnnford case. Don't experiment. prccecdlng issue. Crab Orchard, leader of the both of Rockcastle A. L. Puyne, 10,475 Use the remedy undorsed by people ther Burch nnd Miss Lucllo Cooper. declaring that tho country is a won- Lancaster this week. Mr. Conn, is county, were united In marriage me 2 . Whcie more than the limit allowed Miss Julia Hrown, gnruge man of Uin- The next meeting of the Rook Club derful place for Ho;, noise and a the 31.025 you know. are ullowed to Miss Mury Guincs Is polled, candidates first of tho week by Rev. Brock. Tho II. D. Aldiidge, blacksmith, E Main will be with Miss Sue Taylor Engle- - good time. The guests besides the club caster. Mr. Bailey will return to 7,:50 vote thu limit and tho balance aro Miss Ellu Uigsby, 2 groom was 19 and the bride 13. box to St., Stanford, says: " I had pains man on rriuay auernoon 01 next members were: Mrs. E. P. Woods, dropped back Into the ballot Huttonville, Ky. 48,025 through my back and the action of week. be polled in tho following issue. Mrs. Bettie Bush, Sirs. Annie Engle-muMiss Roberta Hlulu very popu-la- r Miss Muigiiivt Allen 119,975 my kidneys was irregular. I didn't llustonvillo has threo Mrs. Sum Embry, Mrs. John Clarktton Caddit. sleep well at night. When I heard in tho big Miss Christine Ijir 119,975 young ladies entered Shanks, Mrs. Will Shanks, Mrs. R. C. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL'S George Lee Gaddis, aged 24, a Hocker, Mrs. Lucy M. Hartley, Mrs. making an active about Doan's Kidney Pills, I used race and all arc ThU Ballot Gilbert Creclc, Ky. Margaret them. They soon strengthened my kid- farmer of this county snd Miss Zella J. L. McKeo Riffo, Mrs. Ed Davis, campaign. They ure Miss 0,875 Mutt Bo TRAVEL TOUR AND PRIZE CONTEST Clnrkston were united In marriage Mrs. Rowan Saufley, Mrs. J. C. I lays, neys und stopped tho puln." und Miss Miss Emma IIollzcluw Allen, MUs. Christine Lair 7,625 Miss Nell Duck Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim- nt the courthouse Thursday morning Misses Esther Burch, Lucile Cooper Voted on or Roberta Hlalu. Kingt Mountain, Ky, ply ask for u kidney remedy get by Judgo James P. Bailey. nnd Susan Woods. If there Is mi error In tho count of Before Thompson .. . . 48,825 Doan's Kidney Pills the same that any contestant's vote up to the pre- Miss Gruco Murphy 9,475 Mr. Aldridge had. Foster-Milbur- n Co.. Canttipation Cured Overnight. at- Miss Ada June 2ttt, Preicription for Cough sent date, it muwt bo called to the A Doctor 17-- 1 tonight A sninll dose of Stanford, Ky. Props., Huffalo, N. Y. tention of the contest manager before An Effective Cough Treatment. 110,975 nml vnu eniov a full. free, easy bowel next Monday night. Otherwise tho Miss Eva Ituukin to teaspoonful of 37,850 ThirtySIx for 25 centt. bo Miss Putience Culmese movement in the morning. No griping. Dr. King's New one .tending us published today must Discovery, taken as 115,725 Is I'odopnyllln (May Dr. King's New Life Pills ure now for Mrs. Lucy MiHer Hartley DISTRICT No. FOR, tuken us correct. needed, will soothe and check Coughs glass bottles, Annie) without the gripe. 110,975 supplied in . d . Miss Mary Guinea seems to be the Miss Elsie Colemnn .104,025 containing 30 sugar coated white Lax corrects the cause of Concilia. Colds and the more dangerous Hron-,1 . . ... Walter Jonoi .W Addreit popular fuvorito In Crab Orchard Mrs. xou can 1 . 12,475 pills, for 25c. One pill with u glass Ion by arousing the Liver in7tfTin.HcnJu ,ft"u take Ai.menis. of and her many friends In that section Miss Aiinu Chancellor . the risk afford 1.11.. :' serious niio i. 8,825 of water before retiring Is nn average :. Murgurot Davison and elsewhere are casting their votes Miss ThU Coupon, when neatly cut out and brought or wtMeel t simple Eusy und pleasant to take. antiseptic in the bowels. With nrope- - "lss, when so cheap and Discoverya Miss Hesslo Clay Fords . . 91,325 dose. , In her favor. ., fMth the Contett Department of the Interior Journal wiH 8,050 Effective and positive In results. amount of bilo, digestion in bowel remedv ns Dr. Kinir's New Peek, new Miss llessie f47,800 votes for a Go to your Druggist i obtainable. perton whoi nam U written tfaereen. 104,850 Cheap and economical to use. Get a is perfect. No gas. no furmontHUo.' Scott, IM MUs Fannie . .A B rlption until June 2lst. H-v to'lay, get a bottle of Dr. King's New 10,350 bottle today, take a dose tonight no Constipation. Don't ho ale n w5 SSr wJTBtFBHr CoaUaUstt bastM sUa who are in arrears in Miss Ova Fanner, 3 hottJo r? Tc-- I icovcry, start the treatment at vnur ConstlDatlon will be relieved in vous, irritable. Got nay up Ky. , iot. should.for their tie-- Miss CoraWavnetburf,...... v """"& Bit rmv e'i orrc You will be gratified for the 26c, at tdj druf- frw yeur inSingleton .and vote .,v 82,725 the woruIni(. reJiavf ww cure obwmed. tttliiBBWLJDMMHMHHai T j'r v ,a.?mbpf ; ..w h v-v,t J.. , gai . U. r. ? II 11 IHM BEST VOTE OFFER CLOSES For Your "Favorite." Blank. JUNE 21st $- well-know- 11 r SUBSCRIBE NOW bro-the- l.-- s. 11 kind-hearte- , w ten-yea- uti-rm- ed na-w- V ctm-tt'.ta- nt t, blood-thirst- mid-wint- g, "see-you-lut- ?- u uer-Walk- er ' re 11 Ureg-departu- re Ex-uni- I ..jf ' X 1l D 10-2- 0. 21-ho- i for-tm- I 1 one 0000000000000000009 blue-gras- 1 ,," V- - 0000000000000000000 yes-terd- p r 46-0- r ft R-- well-know- n U-- .1 n, Good for 25 Votes One-four- th ,) !i 4 . well-corke- Po-D- ... R-- a4-MMA- 0 WrSBfK" LTKU njt a 1 .ur-ww- . - II .'ibmw ' T rM 1 WmJn w nmmL X k nrfBiii nt in in -- faag 'fcaAjty-f- j ; ' v flA vJBaFfft 1 11 lil.Li.i.illtfkkkJaiiidiMMIiliilitiyiiill M . . JT The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, June II, 1915. The Banking Habit 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 The Interior Journal WALTON l A "IETS-I- F a Sura-Sk- at HAl'H.KY Editors ami Msnstrrs 00 A l TEAR HTUKTri.Y IN .UMMrNOF. f rnrtefiff at XMnorJ a trtpnd far Ml Garaa Two Dropa They Vubk. When eornt rnako you almost dl wtth your boot on, when you try to walk on thnrdiflof youriboea to try to rt away irumypur romp, you rw way nenina wno it you bare not utrd CIRTH-IT.- " tbe TJm nntfrtJ run mail mttttr - ud MEN'S SHIRTS. These hot days say coats off and coats off means nicer and fresher SHIRTS shirts that are pleasant to wear, look well and have service. Secretory Bryan Resigns pectncular resignation of Secretary of Stntc Wlllam Jennings lti Dryan nnd ita prompt acceptance by I President Wilon furnish thd sensation of the hour. Disagreement as to the terms of the second note to Germany, which the president made stronger than Mr. Hrjun thought the occasion demanded nnd might he productive of war, wns the cause of the rupture. It is said however that the adversity. two hnd disagreed on several occasions nnd that it was the third time We invite you to open an account with us. the secretary had tendered his resigmuch We do not insist on a large beginning. The nation. ItThough he owedthat theto Mr. presiBryan is unfortunnte main thing is to make a start. dent had to select him in Ids chief as he Is unfitted by temperagreat isnucs, ment Slav am LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK .being for theofhandling orthan n states- "Mord.fl Ertrrbodr Trias tosa4 Yau'U My Coral" U.. "CErS-IT- " n thcolst more Ht No Corn to Bo Sloapod On. He is usually obsessed with one man. Stanford, Ky or two id cap, peace being the domi-'rm- corn cure of tbe century, the new way. It one now nnd he seems to be for tbe tare, painless, ilmplo way. he'make really uaml it at nny price, even to permitting a fellow salves, foolish alterointments, "CORNER NEXT COURT HOUSE" Germnny to murder the citizens of bandsrta, blood bringing rators, tho United States, without demand what-not- knives, files, scissors. Jabbers and wbrn bo utei Just S dropa of for npology and reparation. Tho coun- . Capital, $100,000; Surplus $100,100. e corn yanltb. Tbe try is with the prcsidnt kii his deter- umerenee la amne.bisjhii try it. you Resources $520,000.00. mination to hold the Kaiser to a on't wince when you put on your shoes It ure. "teti" strict responsibility for the lives of In tho moraine, "a ET8-IT- " W. H. Shanks, Prcs. J. B. Paxton, Vice-Prewart or those who went down with the Lusi- - any corn," callus, (old by bunion. every. "OKTH-IT! druceltts destroyed by a where. Re a bottle, or cant tanla when she was W. M. Bright, Cashier. J. W. Rochester, Asst. Cashier. direct by U, German submnrinc and Mr. Bryan Lawrence A Co. Chicago. hns not added to his i will find that he Sold in Stanford and recommended popularity by opposing ilm. The peo ns the world's be corn cure by ple are for pence If it can be honor- Shugar's Drue Store. ably maintained and not at the expense of the lives of innocent men, Uobert Lansing, who became Secrc-tar- y women and children on the high sens of State on the resignation of or elsewhere. Willinm Jennings Bryan, was counMr. Bryan has many friends who selor of the State Department, is n Brand That Satisfies trust him so explicitly that they will of John W. Foster, Secre'stick to him right or wrong but he tary of State under Prcsdent Hnrri-so.has lost many other? oy his act as and hns been an international well as by his failure ns he premier lawyer for years. He is n g e of the administration. His resignation democrat and n man of ability. It is nt this time is most unfortunate ns it xo oc nopei: tnat lie will not prove a may lead the German government to "quitter" as his predecessor has done. think that this country is divided in It is a matter of much speculation in Its cpntimpnt for linlilint? it to a srtlct Washington and elsewhere whom compliance with international law, President Wilson will entrust with misDURABLE PROTEGTS BEAUTIFIES but if it docs it will discover the busi- portifolio. In this case, as in many take. President Wilson means otnera that have come before him, ness nnd a very large majority of the the greatest President of the generaYOUR PROPERTY people will back him in nny reason- tion may be expected to do the right able demands he may make. thing. He always does. It is intimated that Mr. Bryan will , works freely under the brush, covers If. & W. The Harrodsburg Lender, a rcpu!-lica- n devote his time, now to preaching e - po'itiition paper peace nnd prohibition, possibly with a surface thoroly to stay covered, also leaves an view to a fourth nomination for the comes out good anil strong for Km- presidency, but we believe he has had mett I'uryenr for Commonwealth s attractive appearance. his day and that he will no longer be Attorney. Air. Purycnr may or may not be fortunate in having the supNever use cheap Paint (the Best is always cheapa power to be reckoned with. We have stood by him through port of the mongrel sheet. Strange est in the end) therefore ask your dealer for thick and thin, but we belive it is the the Leader waited for Rodney Kce-no- n to start ami quite the race for duty of every citizen now to stand and accept H. & W. by the president satisfied that he will that office before it announced steer the ship of state through the where it was in the fight. But then no substitute. breakers to the port of peace, but strange things happen these long, peace or war we are with him, much bright June days. wc would Lincoln County's Wealth. High grade Paints have the analysis label on each as Dcrnberg deplore war. passage on a Lincoln county's toU.' value of ashas engaged can. Demand and accept no of sessed property is $7,1257,337 and her steamer of thch Norwegian-America- n is sailing That nothhing does not show analysis of its contents. : : : : line prevent Saturday. and making his special tax just$3,628.Gd, byaccording to n report the State issued his going will indefinite of Equalization. Her SHUGARS' DRUG STORE, STANFORD, KY. stay hfter he gcs there anthese Unit- Board was permitted stand assessas rement to one. every loyal citizen of turned by Assessor E. D. Kennedy. ed States joins in the hope. The nt WHITE SHIRTS of course arc always a little neater looking and fresher and these wc carry always in all styles out 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 TO rorn-tritln- e neater effects narrow black, blue or tan stripes and then -- I "GKT8-lT"andc- the young men's FAjNCY 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. s. WHEN YOU PAINT "Tic use son-in-la- H. & W. Pure n, life-lon- . McROBERTS & BAILEY MAIN STREET vtUn cf the ThfTt Ik more Catirrh In thl country tban all other dUciwi nit together, tin t until ttir lift few wit tun"1 r or a rt m nimj jrmrm uriura incur d if pnnoiibcrd It dlirano and prmcrltx-- J lral remrtlkM., and Ly cu1antlj falllnf to curt with IHclrnr local trratrEM ftrwrnimniti It Incurable. La proif-- Catarrh to , romlltutlcnal dl and tbcicfurr miulrta cumtltutluoal triatmrot. 1U11 a Catarrh Cur, manufacture bj Ihrnr A Co., Tt.lnln, Ohio, la thr only Cimtllta t tonal corf en the mark ft It la taken Intcrnall tn Horm from 10 drofw to a traamnful It acta directly on the bit and taurou aurfarra of thr ajutfm TTify jfTr una burnt red dollar for an j ran It fall to cure bend for clrtnlara and tuttraonlali Addrma r J. CUHNnV 1 CO., lYkdo, OMow Prepared Paint STANFORD, KENTUCKY jtt "CHERRIADE," New Fountain Drink. TO INTRODUCE THIS NEW DRINK WE WILL GIVE WITH EVERY GLASS, A BOX OV CANDY. THE CANDY WILL ONLY LAST A FEW DAYS, SO COME EARLY 5c A CLASS Paint ka bull-moos- I.J. Pure Prepared Paint Sold by Talc Uali'a Mull imlta. 75c. 1'lllt for ccnitlnatloa. HARRY JACOBS Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. brand Paint that Manufacturers nnd Dealers in THE REXALL STORE High - Class Monuments. Original Deiignt and Prompt Service FOR SALE -- EH Hay pris in first A. S. PRICE DENTIST Guaranteed Quality Connections at all Granite and Marble Quarries. class condition. Will sell reionalde. I Hours, E to 4 o'clock Office and Works on Cemetery Hill. Address Albert Schuler, Waynciburu, ' phone 164 R. F. D. No. 1. Closed on Saturdays Offict Over Shugar's Drug Storr J , . STANFORD KENTUCKY SEMI-ANNUA- L OF FIRST-CLAS- S DRY GOODS, CARPETS 1 SALE AND SHOES Extra values in Childrens Dresses at 39c and 69c Men's extra good Cheviot Shirts, regular price 50c, now 39c Sheer H. S. Handkerchiefs, 3 for 10c Bottle good Ink 3c all-whi- te Huck Towels, 36x72...8c Per dozen 90c Loom dice Napkins, hemmed, ready for use 45c Soft finish Shirting Cheviot, 0c quality lc Ladies extra quality blk. Hose, 7c per pr; 4 pr. 25c Men's extra quality black Sox 7c pr; 4 pr. for 25c Pink and blue silk Tissue, 15c the 25c kind, only White, black, blue and yellow spackle silk, new 25c and pretty Slightly imperfect ocean pearl buttons, dozen 3c h Voile Flouncing, regular $1 quality....39c 45-inc- Gloria Covered Umbrellas, $ quality 69c 1 Electric Brand House Dresses, $1 &$1.25...69c every week our trade has learned that a sale at Severances is a sale in fact. I sales as the end of each six months and as we don't hang out a sale sheet After two weeks of preparation we will on Tuesday. June 15th, open our doors to you and we invite you to partake of our feast of good things. It is the custom of this store to have these Ladies' fine guage lace knee uinon suits 25c School Handkerchiefs, 2 5c for Card assorted safety pins for ... 3c Paper Brass Pins, 300 count 3c Men's heavy Suspenders, 10c now New White Rep Wash Skirts, a Flyer at. . 89c Three bran new styles in Middies at 48c and 98c Sea Island A good 39-iCotton, 0 yards for 59c n. 1 Dark and light Percales, 36 in; 10c quality 7ic Fancy Japa Mnatting 25c 19c quality Brown Cotton, soft finish 31 -- inch; Suits, Coats, Dresses and Raincoats We will offer any of this season's Suits, Dresses, Coats and Raincoats at a cut of $7.50 ;$ 5.00 garments at $5.00; $ 0.00 ones at $6.67 ones at $10.00. Anticipate your needs for Fall and take advantage of this offer. one-third. 1 1 Men's fine Shirts, one of the best known $ .00 retailers, now . 69c 1 :....4c :::::: Table full of Mill Ends, red and shirting calicos, at 2c Extra good apron and dress gingham, usually sell at 7c; only 5c A soft quality, h bleach cotton, 10 yards for . 69c 36-inc- Sheer Lawns, Ratines, Voiles, etc., regular price 9c I2c to 25c, now Light or Gray Calicos, 0 yards for 39c 1 Mens Percale Shirts, 39c price 50c reg-uular Shoes and Slippers at 48c and 95c that is only a fraction of their real value. :::::::: Time Most of the goods offered in this sale are bran new and many of the staples we purchased especially at especial prices for this sale. New Waists and Carried Over Skirts & Lot of Lingerie and Wash Silk Waists price, $1.25 and $1.50 now ....: Lot Wool Serge and Wool Crash Skirts price, $3.50 and $5.00 now Lot Serge and Challie Dresses carried regular price up to $6.50 now Dresses regular 89c regular $1.65 over $1.65 The short lengths of Silks Ginghams, Lawns, Calicos, Cottons, Curtain Materials, Shirtings must go and our Remnant Counter is of itself a strong attraction for you. : : : . :::::::: This sale begins fifteen days earlier than usual as we want to turn a large part of our stock into CASH by July 1 Extra special value in new Wash Corduroy and Wash Gabardine White Skirts at . .. $1.00 Tuesday, June 15th to Thursday, July 15th HMBHHaVaaaNHMMKMHHI SEVERANCE & SON mammmMi Place South East Corner Main and Depot Streets ii.. "l J.. . JT Mutmlm H Eight Pages Today Established I860. 56th Year. No. 47 The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, June II, 1915. 'PROMINENT MEN TAKE TANLAC BIG DRUGGIST IS PLEASED Second Section ..tt-a- w Tuesdays and Fridays KING'S MOUNTAIN .1.0. Livingston preached at hristlnn church Suurtdny morning and evening to a lnrjte congregathe Cooper Shares Part of Tanlac Profits With Poor of Kentucky; Does Not Desire Great Riches 'Tanlac Man" Distributing Thousands of Loaves of Bread to Charitable Institutions of Louisville and State More Than 30,000 Bottles Premier Preparation Sold In Louisville In Last Eight Weeks Cooper Explains Why Tanlac Is T.e. ( Tanlac't Success In Louisville Causes Mayors, Circuit and County Court Judgei Among Number. Surpriie Lexington, Ky. "I have sold Tan- Drug Co., 'lac slnco the beginning of its introduc- Hon in Lexington to the Mayors of a it "The demand for 'I nniuc lino agree- number of cities, County Judges, Judges nnd to many of the most ably surprised us. While wo know Mr. profe-slonCooper and were aware of the suc-co- prominent businoM men on men In Kentucky," says Wm. hi. propitiation hail achioed In other citle of the country, yet wc K. Stngg, the Lexington druggist. "The demand for the preparation entertained no idea that the medicine woud become so popular in such a has been phenomenal. In nil of my twenty years' experience in the drug short space of time in Louisville. I have never seen anything "Judging fiom the repent Miles, and busines the expression of satisfaction from to equal It. "I enn only account foi the groat thoie who Imve actually tustod Tanlac by the and who state that thoy have been demand for this preparation is a good medicine. That benefited by the preparation, Tanlac fact that it numerous statements mutt therefore be something of unus- is proved by the from those who have tested the mediual merit. cine and are now convinced of its ex"The class of pcoplw who arc buycellent merits. The public 1ms evidenting Tanlne are among the best in the ly not been slow to appreciate the city, people who are ulJc to judge Tanlac merit. impartially and who carry weight with "Practically $20,000.00 worth of their statements. Tanlac has been sold and distributed "Within the hut 'JO days, we have through my store within the past few sold over $30,000 worth of Tanlac. weeks. Such a demand is most certainWhen it is considered that the demand ly unpreccnileiited. ii confined to one preparation, the "My association with Mr Cooper sale is to lie considered unprecedent- and the ngency for Tanlac hai been ed. In fact, it is the biggest thing of very pleasant I therefore take pleasthe kind ever seen at our store." ure in commending Mr. Cooper and Tanlac is sold in Stanford at Pen- his very excellent preparation." ny's Drug Store. Tanlac is sold in Stanford at Penny's Drug Store. Louisville, Ky. K. G. iMinci, presl- s Popular; Elements of Medicine Found in Remote Parts of Earth Says Success of Premier Preparation in Kentucky is Due dent of the Tnylor-Ionseof this city, cays: Cir-cuu- tion. Born to the wife of Harvey Jenkins, a d boy. Mrs. Kdmund Murphy is en tho iirk list. Prof. V. C. Glllllnnd anil ItusscII Thompson aio attending school nt Kichmnnd. Iter. Wright began n sorics of meet-ln- r at thc Methodist church on Juno nine-poun- al m To Fact That the Remedy Contains Real Merit-Pro- duct Is Result of Years of Experimenting on Part of Most Famous German Chemist in Country Oth. Miss Lula Boll, Mcswrs. Chan Brown and Oliver Smith took tho teacher's examination last week nnd all report a good grade. Miw Cora Alford Is with home folks this week. Miss Elizabeth Dye spent Sunday Miss Minnie Ollish, who has held a position in Cincinnati for some time, is with her parents here for tho summer. Mrs. Richard Hatkr and children hnvc returned home after a visit to relatives in Houston, Tex. Dr. C. M. Thompson, wife nnd daughter, left Monday for thc south. They will visit the fnmily of J. B. at Roswell, Ga., before they return home. Miss Muvme Brown Is with her sister. Mrs". V. C. Gillilnnd. Mrs. Richard Hatter has had a new yard fence made, which greatly improves the looks of her property. E. 0. Wright nnd Harold Murphy have returned from Cincinnati and other points having fniled to find employment. The board of trustees arc having some nice work done on the school building. T!.e rooms nnd hall are being newly papered, wtiile the auditorium will be supplied with new seat. The teachers Institute will be held here the first week in August. Mrs. Katherine Smith, of Ludlow and Mrs. Harry Walls and children, visited relatives here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Anna Leach, son nnd daughter have returned home after a visit to relatives at Cincinnati and Indianapolis. Chas. Evans and wife have moved into thc residence vacated by J. W. Peterson. Miss with her mother. Over Eating Man's Greatest Enemy irri-tulil- Demand For Tanlac Was Expected Louisviillc, Ky. nnsoclaltc stores, under tho personal direction of Mr. I.. T. Cooper, thu Tanlne man. The iece of Tanlac in l.ouiivlllle although it win expected to lie im great here n it hag been in other large cititvs of the United State Iih! Mirrmwed the most extravagant expectation!) of Mr. Cooper, local droggtoU anil all persons familiar the trouble who aru unaware of what Lontevlllo, Ky. Never hoforo in their ailment ia." tho hfetery of l.oulsvtllo lm the fnle "People wlm are Momma anil medicine reached f u propria tm-j- r hnvc imperfect diguation, stom-nc- h one-hft-if the total of the amount of disorder, lack unergy ami nnibi-tioTanlne purchased in thin city within feel momnchnly ami iliKnumgcd, tin- - luit few week. suffer from backache anil headache, More than .10,00. i bottlos of thin poor memory, unsound sleep, irreguprcmlur preparation have been wild in lar circulation, pallid complexion and the lint eight week in Lonlivllle liy who are susceptible to coughs and the TayloMwiur Drug Company anil colds are unquestionably suffering "If I have been with catarrh and kidney and liver trouble. The principal mission of Tanlac in to correct that very trouble. "Severe stomach, kidney and liver troubles often are cnusett by catarrhal inflammation of those organs'. The constant couching up of mucus, snlf. lling, dropping from thu none and pains in the cant, throbbing headache, pain in the pit of the etoin- ivith thn ilruL. IlllHilifiafc- aru. Mile anil Kidney region, low ol , ,, , Hankers, lawyers, juugefl anil urug- iappetitu, no ambition, depression of ciott art among tho vast number who .spirit and the constant contracting are hw usiitjc Tanlne. of colilf are rliar.icterir.tic symptoms It Is Mtimntod coiwervativoly that of tills trouble from which so many mere than IRO.OOO KentuckkwiK aru thouMWids of Kontutickiatui anil other now taking Tanlne with the mint are suffering. results. DruggilM from all sec- "Tanlac was designed to bring tlnna nf thi. 5tntn ri viritiiu. t itl cv 'nbout an astonishing improvement in phoning mid telegin phi tiff tho Tanlne; . 'your spirits, appetite nnd general con- offlcM in I.ouisville for ruh orders dltion. of the medicine, declaring in many "In the springtime when so many instance that the medicine is meeting men anil women are suffering from . with nn unprecedented demand in the after effects of winter coughs, their respective citle, towns and vil-- 1 colds, pneumonia, la grippe, catarrhal land bronchinl troubles nnd are in n ' . Orders are being received from tho ; .... generally runiiowu couuuion, me most remote sections of the Statu the will prove of special beneof Tanlac fame of Tanlac having spread to evfit as an upbuilding tonic. ery hamlet and crossroads store. "My suggestion is that such perMr. Cooper has decided to remain sons take the full course of treatment indefinitely In Kentucky and while of six bottles." Tanlac is sold in Stanhere will continue his philanthropic ford at Penny's Drug Store. work begun last January when hundreds of the worthy poor of Lculsville were provided with food and other OLDEST EMPLOYE TESTIFIES necessltios nf life. He U now sending thousands of Pat Lally, Louiiville, TelU How Tanloaves of brvsd weekly to such charlac Helped Him. itable organizations as the Sisters of the Poor, Associated Charities, Hope n Louisville. Ky.. Pat Lally, I! etc ue .Mission and Salvation Army inspcctalor for tluj Louisville in Louisville nnd orplmnnges and sim-ila- r Stteet Railway Company and an emniktitutions in Lo.ingtnu, 'ad liyears, ploye of that firm thirty-seveen Ii and Owensboro. lima tliw In huv nbmit Tmibir. tin. "Most of the nilimu.U attacking premier preparation; mankind today are due to man's faul , "J i.vn ff.......i ty m ethoiU of living." Mr. Cooper ;trm1)lt. . xvtiloli developed gradually hi- wild. "A large per cent, of the men t0 Kt.ernl debilitated condition. I and women of tod.- - are inclined to Hind indigestion, nnd my food didn't overindulgence in both eating and tnste quite right. When I got up in u.. i i, ...i .. .:.,. ....... ..i.i ' ' ' K'" drinking. Man who is a slave to his "" taste in my mouth, was constipated, stomach must suffer the consequences there was ii fullness hi my head nnd I sooner or luter, and those conse- had no desire for breakfast. "I was tired all the time and pulled quences nie faced earlier usually than "-" he expects, lly curbing thc appetite ...,,.... , ";" und the use of Tanlac mobt of the di- hiiti.inv .til'... tn c.F.Fii a ii.i, Linen n half bottle of Tanlne I lu'iraii seases attacking the vital organs can improving. When I awaken I nthe be conquered. Overeating is the worit mornings I feel refreshed. My appc- enemy the American people have to- tite also is good and my food agrees with me. That tired feeling has left day. . I I .. .. (11)11 ...,! lllU of the stomach is ono of IIIU ...! 1 11111 U!lMl!llk .11111 IV1I Ill- - 11 "Catarrh new mini. thc most prevalent forms of disease Tanlac is sold In Stanford nt Pen in Kentucky today. There are of Kentuckians suffering from ny's Drug Store. ! lion-cflciI u-well-know1 n -- WORTH $1,000 TO ROHRMAN .,mi, ! ..,.,.-..:.,- ' "' ""','; 1 thou-Min- NEAL S CREEK. Flossie Haley, of Lebanon Junction, is visiting her cousins, Miss former "Ice King" Of Louiiville Louitville Steamboatman Deicribe es Oca and Chloe rnrmer. "WORDS FAIL ME," SHE SAYS Praises Tanlac. Mrs. Durward Singleton, of Dan"It is true that the demand for TanReiulti Tanlac Brought. ville, was the guerw of uncle Dink lac has been large, but no larger than Farmer and Mrs. Ida Ihitchinson last Ky., John Rohrmnn, expected. Kentucky is only awaken- - Young Woman Unable To Describe week. Richard Daugherty was the Louisville, i ouisvill Kv Cant T. J. OatMr. Tanlac't Benefit. to the appreciation of the full valknown to almost everybody in this Sliest of his brother, Morris Daugheronc of thc oWert ami )est. jing mnn ty last Saturday. idly as the "Ice King" of Louisville, r,vc. ,Iote ,n Louj,vHIe who,ue of such a preparation. Tnnlac's Mrs. Uila Mch.enr.ie, ot Danville, persons resi(,es is among the large.number of Louisville, Ky. "Words fail me in wns the guest of Miss Effie Farmer nt 308 South S;xtn street, 'success ln Kentucky is destined to be week. ,jig tcst'imony who have used Tanlac with the most attempting to describe my gratitude last ,0 U)e humlreds of j81" Kroatcr." Misses Flossie Haley and Oca Far ..., u.. Mr. Rohrman said: . beneficial results. The ingredients, or medicinal ele- - for the benefit I have derived from mer spent last week with Misses Elsie " (iiuers in Luuiauiic nv w.v i. Gladys Singleton at waynesDurg. "Less than two weeks ago, 1 ob- - reIief by the usc of Tanlac. Capt which compose Tanlac are the use of Tanlac," said Miss Clara nnd Mr. B. P. Martin, of Rowland, spent this Tanlac. The medicine man said: taincd 'gathered from many remote sections Butler, a prominent young woman Sunday with Mr. Henry Kitts. Mr. Howard Kitts. Mr. Lee Green I needed. It went ( .., have l)l;l,n afnicte(1 with stomach 'of the earth, the Alps, Appenines, f Broden, Ind., who Is visiting friends was just what and Mr. Noah Terry were nt High- - . straight to the spot. I strengthened 'disorie,.g land Sunday. and catarrh many vears My Pyrenees, Russian Asia, Jamaica, Bra- - in Louisville. Brackett and Miss Bes right up. My appetite is improved as West Indies, Mountain States near "I have not enjoyed the very best sie Miss Ethel were tho condition became so serious that I of Miss Hubbard well as my sleep. If I had paid $1,000 Rus-tur- e Rockies, Asia Minor, Persia, of health for several months," Miss Chloe Farmor Sunuday. lost my appetite, foods of n solid Mrs. Ross Luster nnd son, Louis, for the medicine it would have been always causing great discomfort isia- - lnAia England, France, Germany, Butler continued. "I was all run were in Stanford Wednesday. worth that to me. The anticipation of Columbia Mexico, and Peru are down and so nervous that the least Misses Flosie Haley. Chloe and ht- and pains n thc abdomen. Misses taking the next dose of Tanlac is a !amonK the points from which the excitement made me almost frantic. fie Fnrmcr were the guests of week. "Mv catarrh also became worse, Ethel and Bessie Brackett last real pleasuie." Mr. Wallace Brackett was on Neal's and every damp, cool morning I would principal properities of this remark- My digestion also was very poor, and Tanlac is sold in Stanfoul at Pen- get up with a choking sensation in my able medicine are obtained. I found myself unable to Creek Sunuday. very often Mr. Edd Farmer was at waynes-bur- g ny's Drug Store. In the principal laboratory of the partake of the very lightest liquid Sunday. thioat and a fullness of my head. I Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Daugherty and coughed up mucus and went about Cooper Medicine Company, Inc., un- food. daughter. Myrtle and the Misses Elder the efficient direction of Hcrr "I am glad that I decided to take len and Mollie Phillips were at Blue sniffling most of the time. WANTS ALL WOMEN TO KNOW. Ger- Tanlac. The medicine certainly is fine Lick Sunday. "I tried Tanlne and found it was the Joseph von Trimbach, a native Mr. and Mrs. Morris Daugherty, of man chemist, these medicinal herbs, I have been benefitted in every way Danvjlle were the geusts of Mr. and best thing I had done in many years, cfit as it helped me from the first dose. , barks and flowers are assembled in and always shall think well of Tanlac. Mrs. W. R. Daugherty. Mn. Kelley Gratful For Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward Bailey and e rol,K" an" pamnaMngiy ueveiopeu Tanlac is sold in Stanford at Pen- son. Earl were the guests of Mr. and My catnrrh has virtually disappeared Tanlac Brought. ....'.i Mrs. W. R. Gaines iunuuay. ,. ,imni, u Qtrnm. nn.l feels i" s to obtain of that high standard ny's Drug Store. Mrs. Nellie Brady, of Louisville, of efficiency shown by the uniform right. I cannot praise Tanlac too was thc guest of her sister, Mrs. TayLouisville, Ky.. Mrs. George Kelpreparation of Tanlac. Roberts this week. highly. TRAINED NURSE IS BENEFITED lorMr and Mrs. John Farmer and son. ley, residing at l'JU Harrison avenue, In stcrlized bottles, made expressly PenTanlac is sold in Stanford at of Danville, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. Louisville, made the Allowing statefor the purpose, Tanlne is placed, laR. Raines last week. ny's Drug Store. Woman TelU How Tanlac Mr. Harvey Sharp and Miss Dulcie ment regarding Tanlac: beled and cartoned. The preparation Loultville Baugh were at Blue Lick Sunday. Brought Relief is inspected again, and then crated "I hve been under n physician's Miss Ethel Brackett, Miss Bessie FEELS LIKE NEW MAN NOW. HiAbard, of Richmond, were nt the I suffered shipment to points over the world princi- for care eleven years. dedication at Tilot Church, near where the demand requires. Ky., Mrs. Anna L. Wnynesburg. pally fiom indigestion and stomach Louisville, Tanlac is sold in Stanford at Pen- - Bryan, an efficient trained nurse, trouble, with frequent nervous head W. S. Hart Sayi He It Glad To Rec FLATWOODS. ommed Tanlac. an(, foU worn out Jny's Drug Store. time uchcs tle Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brown wero who resides at 30t Crescent Court, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe S. ,..,.lo li.,1,1.., lUn I..1....I ..I Credent Hill, Louuisville, recently the ' ' Craig at Spiro Saturday night and u?unl whcn ' heun takinK Ta,1,ac made the following statement regard- Sunday. W. S. Hart, the BIG CONTRACTOR BENEFITED Louisville, Ky., Mrs. Maggie Brooks, of Quail, was using Tanlac three weeks I now ing the famous medicine Tanlac: After floor manager for the the guest of Miss Pcrmelin Elder WeICh several pounds more than I jyVoolworth Five and Ten-ce"I find Tanlac very ffne. I have been Tuesday. Store, 'Col. Joseph Coyne Praises Tanlac using it for more than a week for Miss Docia Reynolds, the invalid, ever weighed, in lact, I nave Kineu Fourth gtreet testified recently has been very ill for the pnst week. . . . .. i Premier Preparation. rnpiilly in every way m n compara- - ,0 rem.,rkni,ie mcrits of Tanlac. He gastritis, I have been treated by sevMr. G. M. Elder was out to see Friday. livel' hhort tilne' very poor re- Rilev Reynolds on business some beteral physicians with said: Mrs. Mary R. Harness is Col. Joseph Coy sults. At times I vomited blood and I ter nt this writing. Louisville, Ky., "Tanlac is really the unly thing! "Tanlac hus made me feel like a Mrs. Joe S. Craig, of Spiro, visithelped me. I wish1 new man. I u.ed the medicine for ne, one of tho best known general .lost weight steadily. thut ,las actuaiv ed her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John . . . , . , u ,lc nlipv " -v '" .llliu.......... . vc. ........ .... .vu... contractors in the South and builder "I find Tnnlac has given me relief. Elder Tuesday.G. and W. G. Purcell Messrs. M. I wish Tanlac success." of ing woman. mend it." of many miles were in this part Tuesday taking picTanlac is sold in Stanford nt Pen- tures. In Stanford at Pen- streets nnd roads in and around Tanlac is sold in Stanford at Pen Tuuluc is sold Messrs. C. C. Metcalf and Walker ny's Drug Store. ny's Drug who resides at 4S8 South Fifth ny's Drug Store. RIVER PILOT IS RELIEVED. successful with Tanlac," suid L. T. Cooper, "It is because the preparation contains real merit. "Tanlac is the result of many years of arduous study, by my principal chemist. In fact, the two of us have carefully watched its devclopement rom the beginning of the experiment-.- 1 tests to its present high state of efficiency. "Ever and nnon, someone suggests something that may tend to better our conditions, whether it may appertain to our heath, our business, or our sociological state. It has, therefore, been my pleasure this time to offer to the world Tanlac. "When I came to Kentucky I stated that the success of Tanlac would be great in this State ns it has been elsewhere I offered Tanlac on tis merits, knowing full well that it would prove satisfactory if properly tested. street, this city, has added his words of commendation to those of thousands of other praising Tanlac. He Mid: "My kidneys have nnnoye'd me for n number of years. I suffered great pain as n result. I also suffered periodically from rheumatism, thc condition affecting various parts of my body. I walked with great difficulty and could not use my hands naturally. I suffered from a pain in the ball of my foot fully ten years. That pain has disappeared. "My kidneys nrc greatly improved and my rheumatism has virtually disappeared. My strength has returned, and my appetite and sleep have improved. I feel vigorous and healthy, and attribute the change to the use of Tanlac only. The medicine Is all right. I recommend and commend it." Tanlac is sold in Stanford at Pen ny's Drug Store. Mc-K- ce r . I ...... ,..... ..,i : -- J na-jt,- le l' i 71 i' ' welt-know- n I f V " "" "' .', V J . hard-surface- d Lou-ihvill- e, Store. tie daughter, Bernice have been quite sick. Mr. Henry Davis was home from Richmond on a snort vacation, no nu been attending school there. He spent Tuesday afternoon with Ids cousin, Mrs. C. II. HobCins. Mr. Andy Thompson nas neen ui- fe, ing w itlf theumaiism for tho past week and Is no better at tins wriUng. i Mr. and Mrs. Jim Howard and WATT'S CHAPPLE. lit- - Grandn.a Thompson .cmnin. just ubout the same. 1... ... .(. it I nvimr. r. . uuwmin ii- - hi. W. ton on ii uuhie trip. Wednesday MU. Willk King spent Howard to at- ?Jn" the "entertainment. stiiv m Mnriiu und Fannie Scott. in o,ni, a.,., Misses Mary Kllu and Leona WnJUn. with Mr, and Mrs. Kay Cravens ut;JU,t0,v ..i.,u NEW SALEM. DAVIS' STORE. Mrs. Nancy J. McKinney und daugh number of people atUuded the picnic here at Harnett's Patk. tcr, Miss Mittie are visiting relatives Miss Neta McGuffcy returned Sat- - and friends in this section. unlay from McCoi mack's, where she Mr. Thomas Manuel has been very nns llccll visiting relatives. isick but is better nt this writing. jjiss Katie .Mm tin visited her sis Wm. Dyehouse is going to move his recc.itly. tcr at saw mill to Itev. J. G. Livingston's Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Hatfield of ... . ..H. .nHln ..!.. ill. I 41... I..1M .1.1., --- s ted her parents Satur- - ." "'.' "" n ,, , ,,, WUTh n.l Sunday. I me h.L' Vi!teil her son,' Mrs. j, A. Mlt Rov. Grccll Marthl ,ust Wl.ek. Day the second Suit ' B. W. Mr. ........... ..r.dnv ..... innd Mrs. .uuy, McGuffey and ii , wc kuvjw ui miie iiuugnicr, ' "1cr! urc KMtlnK behind with Mrs. P. Dishon at K ng's Mountu u " "" gunday. , ,. Oscur McGuffey nnd Henry , Toombs have traded horses. Iter" MiTm. n, Till. A l&CWltt "", "Shi rfllC! 'rl jnrs. S01" LbM,, wh ut Da"v'e Baughman Phillips, and Paul Mi .Peru Suunday afternoon with Salena lloyse, t Nntional Bank nnlldlntf Kve nose, throat, ear, Gen.",7.-nnK-l. diseases, 1. surgery, consultations. Eys skillfullytested, Bosses sciontifically prescdi- , iLfm G. CAIU'KNi&u rruntv ..i UI....O i McKnncy. W-lSummer. Mn Ar()old ?ims was a vWtor BJ Gllirhf lntl.,imtitinn nl tho lirilll. Mt. Salem Sunday. rhlal tubes causes a distressimr couirh Foley's Mrs. J esse Nunnelley, of Huston- - 'nnj makes sleep Impossible. ville, visited Mr. Virgil Carrier and Honey and Tar Compound stops that .annoying tickling and relieves the uttended the picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Lucas visited racking, tiring cough. Good for all hcr parenU, Mr. und Mrs. R L. Lucuir coughs, colus, croup and uroncnkii Sold everywhere. Monday night. Kentucky Fair Dales. OTTENHEIM. number of people from here at Tho following are the dates fixed s tended the memorial services at for holding tho Kentucky Fairs for Sunday. 1915, us far us reported. Officers of Mrs. James Russell is on the sick fairs are requested to report any list. omissions or corrections of dated: Mr. ami Mrs. Jas. Oldhum made n Danville. July 21 !1 days. business trip to Rockcastle county Mt. Sterling, July '21 4 dnys. lust week. HaiTodsbuig, July 271 days. .Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Write aio re Winchester, July 201 days. boy. joicing over tho iimnil of u fine Bluo Grass Fair, Lexington, Aug. days. Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel Zwnhlcn ami 2 Tuyloiivillo, Aug. !! 4 days. Mr. Frank Wientjes and Mis Barbaia Burkesville, Aug. 11 4 days. Russell were the guests of Mr. nnd Vancebuig, Aug. 11 II days. Mi. Joe Krwin Sunday. Brodhead, Aug. 11 3 days. Mr. F.url Russell nnd Mr. Ernest Perryville, Aug. 113 days. fniold wero tho guests of Misses Ag-- I Fern Creek. Aug. 11 4 days. I nus und Nellie Schulwr Sunday. Samleri, Fair, Aug. 11 4 days. Don't neglect a summer cold. A Stanford K. of P. Autf. 18 3 days. bronchia! cough causes biokcn sleep ' Shcpherdsvillo, Aug 17 4 days. Foloy'a and lowers vour vitality. Iiwronceburg, Aug. 17 1 days. ' Honey and Tar Compound soctho Columbin, Aug. 17 4 days. und heals raw, inflnmwl membrane, Eminence, Aug. 19 .1 days. stops tickling In throat and clean Kwing, Aug. 193 days. stutfv. wheezy breathing. Contains ne i I niulnn. Aug. 21 1 days. opiate; children like It: good for i!' , 5'11'abethtown, Aug. 2 1 3 days, ' s'fcalbyville, Aug. 211 days. colds, coughs, croup nnd brencl- -l (".jKnentown, Aug. G 1 days. fections. bold everywhere. A Fvph-ejuj : i Scott visited John Elder Wednesday evening. Florence, Aug. 2( 3 days. Mrs. Hello Rodgers and daughter, Alexandria, Aug, 31 5 days. Miss Nettie Rodgers visited Misses Somerset, Aug. 31 1 days. Ella nnd Thula Brown Saturday. Grayson, Sept. 1 4 days. Mr. Steve Elder visited Ray and Darboursville, Sept. 1 3 days. Wallace Caldwell Sunday evening Hodgenville, Sept. 7 3 days. Quite a large crowd from this part Henderson, Sept. 7 T days. attended the decoration ut Liberty Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, and Ephesus. Sept. 13 ii days. Mrs. Wiilter Brown und sons, aro Owensboro, Sept. 21 5 days. visiting Mrs. Joe S. Craig this week. HorMj Cave, Supt. 22 4 days. Mibs Permelia Elder was the welPcnnyroyal-llopkinsvillSept 27 come guest of Miss Sallle Caldwell 0 d:iv. Sunday. Glasgow 'sept. 291 days. Mr. Thomas Hubble, of Iiustonville, Cave City, Oct. I 0 days. was the guest of John Elder Sunday 3 days. Adalrville, Sept. 30 night. Mr. and Mrs. vuuie urown speni A Mistake Made By Many. Tuesday and Wednesday with Mr. and When you suffer pains and aches b Brown at Bandy. day und bleep disturbing bladder Mrs. Alfred weakness by night, feel tired, nervous Neuralga Pains Stopped. und riu down, tho kidneys und bladYou don't need to suffer agonizing der should be res.ored to healthy, nerva pains in the fuce, head, arm, strong und regular action. It U a shoulders, chest and back. Just apply u few drops of soothing Sloan's Linmistake to postpone treatment. Fo- iment; lie quietly a few minutes. You ley's Kidney Pills put the kidneys in will get such relief and cemfort! Life sound, healthy condition and keep und the world will look brighter. Get a bottle today. 3 ounces for 25c, ut them active and' strong. Sold without ull Druggists. Penetrates rubbing. e, I I- h ft .V .1 ifl.' . 10-3- m wt-r----.. raftfc" K UMt s! The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, June II, 1915. stole away from the city monotony recuperation with her girlhood friend, Mrs. Cnlllo Jcffcrs, on the "Hcighta." Mr. Ed Miller nnd wife, of Loiils-vill- e, enmo home with Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred .Teffcrs from the Templars' Conelnvc nt Danville for a two days' visit. Decoration Day, ns nlways, wns observed with npproprlatc ccrwnonics by large numbers nt different points In the county. Cacy, one of the Inrg-ecoutinties in Kentucky, has ns many grizzled veterans of Cival War ns any tlstcr county nnd with their 'numerous progeny make n multitude of our best citizens. When pessimism is nbout incradl- cally established an intnncc of sporadic philanthropy gives the stage n flash ef cheering optimism till Its flit from the scene Is cnifhlngly followed by gloom or realisation that "the exception too often proves the rule." Will Martin, an industrious, was a stir nt dawn today making repairs to n water-gat- e to wealthy land owner's protect the tenant's gardens ami noiti Martin's) crops agninst his (Will hogs, which have unrcstrnincd right to the public highways. Tt Is not biull-cdictum thnt the "leopard can't change its spots," but at any rate the trulm appeals to psychologist." and theologians for nnnlysis of humanity's supreme selfishness ctcij after twenty centuries of elevating nnd human-izing(Christian civilization. It will for be rcfrehing to have a yoke-mat- e Will Martin produced by some optimist.' Man's Inhumanity to man is vile enough but that of some men(?) to is brutally montheir dumb-brute- s strous. A philanthropist of your town sent mesenger to examine n broncho he had "farmed out. The beneficiary had educated the beast to atmosphere diet nlmost to graduation as Ph. D. in guild of acrophites when it was bought for seven dollars and twenty poor men, d cents by two who daily dress the bruises and abrasions nd with aid of friends lift it on foot, with prospects of final recovery of strength enough to get up and go to water. The protracted flic season for setting tobacco caught many growers without plants large enough. Anomalously some of the disheartened who had abandoned the crop had gnnd plant beds to sell as did the only citizen who succeeded in getting near bjs entire crop set. A cloud-burus did great dnmafc.. last week to slope on cultivated fields One steep which tobacco had been set that and day before was washed off almost completely as if by a landslide. A young lady was born here last week whoe complex consanguinity will take high rank with the most confusing genealogy omitting the grades of " "step" and her father is grandfather to his nephew who is cousin to his aunt this young lady the nephew's father is a brother to his mother and the nephew's mother is a daughter and sister to his grandmother. The young lady is aunt to her own cousin and niece of her sister. The grandson is his grandmother's nephew and his father is a brother to his grandfather. There was some puzzle in the problem "How old is Ann?" but the above is "simplicity" to those having "a key." Crit Riffe and wife. or Hustonville, were here Sunday afternoon. The town was thrilled with news that Ed Powell had been about killed Another by a vicious mule's case of "three black crows" as the "critter" innocently fell on him, tem porarily knocking all his breath out of him. But it does seem that Ed is fated to cash in with his boots on. A few years ago he got the best of a whirlsteam engine whose drive-ban- d pounded him ed and repeatedly against a floor. When rescued he was but nreDared for the cooling-boar"the cat came back." "VTnom the Lord loveth he chasten'.th" is more consolatory to Ed's friends than to Kim nntl worries fof n week st fcllow-Hrbnnite nl 7) kind-hearte"in-lawkin-Fhi- p. t. Mr. KIDD'S STORE Corn Thompson, of Louisville, Our June Clearance Sale Begins Wednesday, June 9th; Ends June 26th This sale is an offering of bonafide reductions on every article in one of the best assorted and highest grade flocks of Dry Goods and Ladies' Garments in Kentucky. Only such merchandise as is wanted by the most particular trade. f We mention a few items from many stocks to give you an idea of reductions, but remember that everything except a few restricted-pric- e articles will be marked down. Come in the Mornings, if Possible. Table Linens, Napkins, Towels, Etc. Our entire stock of German and Irish Table Damasks, Napkins, Towels and Crashes are at "before the war" prices and are worth today 25 per cent more than we paid for them, and most of them are out of the market until the war ends. But to show you that we hold back nothing, we will offer a special discount on our entire line of HOUSEHOLD LINENS and we advise you to buy all you can aflfprd during this sale. TERMS Spot Cash. We offer NO GOODS LAID ASIDE OR SENT ON APPROVAL Wash Goods We will offer hundreds of pieces of this season's most desirable Wash Goods at very great reduc tions during this sale, We mention just a few well-know- Tailored Suits Half Price our entire line of Wool Suits and Silk Suits at exactly half former prices. W e haw over one hundred for you to choo.-- e SPECIALS Rest quality Apron Ginghams. Detroit-Princes- from. n kinds : Choice of 5c very best Best 10c 32-inch Ginghams; were 15c. Dress 8c Best quality Choice 12 l-- 15c Choice of all Imported 25c Ginghams. Choice very high grade of Shirting M a d r a s ; was 'Joe. 10c Shirt- ing Cheviots. Hosiery Our line of Hosiery for Women, Children and Men is very extensive and every number is sold at the lowest possible price, but during the sale we will make liberal discounts on all kinds of hosiery from the cheapest to the finest McCallum Pure Silk Hose. 9c best brands Dress 3G-in- 19c 19c sold $7.50 39c ine Amoskcag $9.75 50. Full size Suits Bleached Soiimlcs; now $12.50 Sheets, ready for ue. Kcguhc Suits now $17.50 price piece New Palm Beach Suits specially 80c Long Cloth. of line priced for this sale $7.50 Wizard and 75c Full sise Floor Mods. O'Cedar All Silk Dresses Half Price Full luck 7c alue bleached inches; was We have left about fifty new silk dresses that at to at s $15.00 Suits now $19.75 Suits now KCIIU (ling- h III1III IVllllUlld tAprons. $25.00 81 xliO-inc- $;15.00 C5c. 10-ya- I Tow-el- s, $10 one-ha- lf former price. $15, and offer choice at exactly good IS x Hti 10c. All Percale; were 12 9c our best inch Beautiful 40 - were Printed Voiles; c. Party and Dance Dresses at half price 25c. White and Tub Dresses While our line of these dresses is practically right new, they will be offered at a decided reduction during this sale. Many of these came in last week. Silver and Cut Glass With the exception of Towle's and other standard Sterling Ware, which we already sell as low as makers will allow, we will offer special reductions on all kinds of Plated, Sheffield and Sterling Silver, Cut Glass, China and 1847 Rogers Silverware. Dress Linens Just when you want them, we offer you our entire line of White and Colored Dress Linens, Linen Lawns, etc., at reduced prices. Most of these cannot be duplicated until the war is over, Spring Coats Half Price $15.00 Coats Ladies' Furnishings During this sale you can buy Gossard Front and Redfern Lacing Corsets, Warner's Rust-ProCorsets at reduced prices. Also all kinds of Neckwear, Kid and fabric Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Jewelry, etc., at decided reductions. of Muslin Underwear 50c Garments Garments will be 43 c $1will be.. 85c 75c Garments will be 65c $1.25 Garments $1 will be . now $17.50 Coats rf wj fc now C PO, 7 O Q .OU g ever sold under 25c. Choice of a lot of k printed Foulards. printed iwplins, heavy twilled Silk Pongee; original prices were S5c, $1 and $1.25. yard. Choice of a lot of dress lengths of verv expensive fancy dress silks that sold at $2 and 12.25 a yard. yard. Pure linen Crash Towelimr reduced fnnn styles of 19c Three mutlitv the extra Turkish Rath Towels ;none of three fine all-sil- 49 c 98c 10c 12 $2nCOalS $25.00 Coats now Cheaper Coats . . $:i.75 to SG.00 Oli.OU $10.00 17c yard. white d 1 n -r and dresses was I- $1.50 Garments will be $1.20 Qf)p 3G. Extra PureSilkCrepedeCheneWaists$1.50 We will offer in this sale choice of about Seventy-fiv- e fine pure silk Crepe de Chene Wnists in the very latest styles at $1.50. Less than you can buy the crepe alone for. White and colors. We will offer in this sale our entire stock of new Silk and Wool Shirtwaist Skirts at a reduction of from regular low prices. Specially low prices on White Wash Skirts. One-thir- d just a visitor near hero Punilay tlmost a stranger after so lorg a time pnver Meetings in besee'j'itnent of dry weather uno more sunshine will be next on the program. A young country coon was selecting a cheap suit case mien a bystander asked "What fur you want that thing?" "I'se gwine off an' I want it to put my close in." "Put yo close in! Humph! is you gwme to go naked 7 During the recent cold cpell an alarmist expressed fear that it would snow "Not unless it turns warmer" was the comment of a wag Whilst hitting about and squirting ambeer on the store stove the mosbacks are un able to cite a jwrallel to weather of 1915. all of which Uncle Rube has just heard is preferable to sunsnots. The marriage of our old neighbor-boy- , Sam Peavyhouse to Miss Nannie Cooper of Moreland. though long anticipated, was a pleasant surprise. Hustonville Ih indebted to our suburb, Stringtown, for one of her most solid unassuming, sterling citizens in Sam Peavyhouse, to whom and wife we give our heartiest greetings Old age with continuous joy is our toast to Nannie and Sam. -- now. Alfi Carpenter, of Bald Hills, was Silks Every piece of Plain and Fancy Silk in our stock will be marked down for this sale. REMNANTS A counter full of silk remnants at half regular prices. White Goods Every piece of the many hundreds of pieces of plain and fancy White Goods in our store will be offered at greatly reduced prices during this sale. 75c Just the Shirtwaists and 25 cheap at $1. About dies' Umbrellas; in h shee Voile for waist 25c. good quality 40-inc- r m C La-OW- were from last few weeks' selling. yard. Beautiful line of Wirthmor sm. .'l.l odd waists left Gold Jewelry During this sale we will offer our entire stock of Solid Gold Jewelry at a big discount from regu lar prices Cameos, Cuff Links, Brooches, Beads, Chains, Lockets, Lavalliers, Rings, etc. All strictly new and correct styles direct from makers. Crepes; were 15c. IK--- . UirK-- ' cake "ne Bath Soap, witli 25c rubber flesh sponge free. 10c J fine n r i n t e il Ilrm $1.25 House Dresses Dix-Made 75c $5.00. Fine Wool Dresses light-weight Were $12.00 to $18.00 We offer choice of a big lot of very latest style Spring Dresses, made of finest checks, serges, etc. The close out of styles that were sold at $12 to $18. We offer choice of nearly one hundred Detroit.- House Dresses; Princess and all regular $1.25 dresses, at 75c SILK KIMONOS, SILK PETTICOATS, RAINCOATS, PALM BEACH DUST COATS, ETC. VERY LOW PRICES ON $1,$1.25, $1.50 Children's Dresses 50 Cents We offer choice of over fifty Children's Wash Dresses, made Co. All by the Detroit-Princes dresses. The first prices of these ranged from $1 to $1.50. Sizes from 3 years to 14 years. ss A. B. Robertson & Bro. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY I Bar-Mry! Sl $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, and $2 Shirt Waists 50c blurt waists nnd small lots, in all mes and many styles; former linees $1.25, $1.50, $1.75 ;uid $2. Your choice m We offer a table full of single first-clas- LIBERTY, LINCOLN COUNTY We are having lots of rain. Fronie Dameron, wtio has been quite ill is improving. Little Emma and Susie Elder, daughters of Walter Elder, of Eubank are visiting their grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. H. N. Gooch at Ike Lick. Singing closed at this place Sunday week, which was conducted by W. G. The singing teacher of the Liberty choir took most of the choir members to Goochtown Sunday to join in the singing wiich Miss Pearl McKinney was teaching. Sunday School at this place is progressing nicely. Maurice Thompson is somewhat overjoyed over the arrival of a big boy at his home. Rev, R. N. Gooch, wife and daughters visited Mr. and Mrs. George Sturgeon and family Saturday night and attended the meeting at Colson. L r rm J ? BEECH GROVE. Dr. O. W, Spangler left Saturday for Chicago to resume his duties. Miss Bertha Davis spent Sunday night with Miss Lucy Smith. Loyd Martin has returned to Richmond after spending n few days with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martin. s. The First Christian church at other relatives before revurning home. John Martin has been on thetbourville will dedicate its new $15,-'Lunsford was theO00 .dlflc. next Sunday Dr guest of Miss Ella Kigsby f'eI(l' ot Transylvania University, (Lexington, will deliver theh dediea- Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shaw, Mr. and sermon. Mrs. Wnlter spent a few days in Brodhead with her pr.ents, Mr. and WW444Wo The original hammer-proof MM?" Cross-plenka- nt ROUT & MARTIN, Concrete Engineers, STANFORD, KY. KNOCK ALL YOU WANT TO You will find it takes moro than a hammer blow to make a floor flake, chip or powder. We have pieces of wood at our I CRUSHED STONE For Sale store finUhed with Vur. nish come in nnd try the hammer on them. Also' get our prices on Groceries. We can save you money. BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING MISS ANNIE PHILLIPS Eveiett Watsou of Brodhead, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mrs. OwenB. Miss Annie Elnm lelt Monday for Smith. Charlie Martin has returned home Richmond where she has been underfrom Richmond, where he has been at going un operation. tending school. Only a Few Can Go. Sidney and Etta lloskins I Misses T;hos who do not rave to consider spent the day with Miss Bertha Davis expense are now going to health re. Sunday. Milton Mahan of williamsuurg is sorts to get rid ot lmrunties in tno - system that cifuse rheumatibm, back-nispending a few days with Mrs. NanSTRAWBERRY PLANTS lache, aching joints and painful mus. Smith. FRUITS AND SHADE TREES ami cleg. If you cannot go, yet feel you Mines and our first offering- - of the remark Andrew. Myrtle and Ethel Gell Bailey attended Sunday, need relief from pain und misery,! able' Mammouth Pearl Potato. (get Foley Kidney Pills. They re- No AgrnU. School here Sunday. Send for Catalog. Miss Jennie Smit). left Wednesday 'store Jhe kidneys to activity and make AND SONS. H. F. HILLENMEYER for an extended vim to site lora you fee! well nnd strong, bold ev- Lexington, Kentucky, , 1915 Durham near Pineville. She will visit erywhere. 1641 I e INSURE Your Property in the Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with SALIN & SMITH, Agents Stanford, Kentucky Estimates on All Classes of Work. Block Work A Specialty. At All Times. TO THE i". J J J, The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, June PARLOR CROVE. May 23 wnn qunrtcrly mcctlnjf here. The prcWdlnR elder liclnir unnblc to come, Hcv. Shiulonn of Somcriict, enmc nml prenched n very nlilc nnd mlmlntatcrctl rncrnment. The nttcmlnncc nt Sunday School is Rood nnd tho nesMonn lnterctliiR. MIm Kvn Uorton pcnt Sundny with MIm MniMo Ilrnftwcll. Hcv. Owcna nnd Mr. Morriwy, of cr-mR II, 1915. wo. n buslnen Stanford Friday. Mr. Vnlentlnc Fngnly spent from on, Friday until Tuesday with hl Mr. It nice Fnjrnly nt Stanford. Mr. Alva Moron n was In Ktnnforil vifillnt: Friday. Hcv. Wright nnd Shndonn upcnt tins been holding n scries of meetings Saturday night with .Mr. anil Mrx. here. The henvy rnlns prevented the holding of services n few evenings. Mm. Khrlght, of Science Hill, Ik John Waddle. visiting her daughter, Mm. J. C, Mr. Irn rim well of Oakdnlc, Tcnn., I Mr. nnd Mrs. V. (5. Ilcnnctt were in Hundley. is spending his vacation with home King's Mountain Tuesday to henr Itev. '(iHilliey pi each. MImch Kena Webb and Vctn Slip folks. Hack-wortMr. and Mrs. M. J. Morgan and I Mrs. David Walls nnd dnughtors, pcnt Sundny with Mini I.ce dniighlcr. Mrs. I.ecmnn Singleton, 'served enke nnd ire cream In n few MIm Sarah Smith upcnt Tuesdny visited Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Fagaly friends Snlunlny evening. Tliofc prof nt Stanford the first of last week. Mr. !cnt were Mr. and Mrs. Jnrrctt John-'sowith Mm. Dnvi.l Wnlln. and sons, Wilbur nnd Itaymond Miss Mnud McCrcnry lftn gone to Morgan remained for Jury crvlce. Mr. nnd Mrs. David Walls spent Mls .Margery Morris anil Mr. Ir: nenr Stanford nunc Friday even-In- .Job nxoii county to visit relatives. and fiienl the niht with Mr. Jno. Mr. nml Mr. Saunders nnd chil- Sunday week with Mr. nnd Mrs. Jon llrnswcll, of Onkdalc. Wnildic ntnl fnmily. Rov. Owens dren upcnt Sunday with J. W, Smith Kccord. ', Mr. and Mrs. Daviil Wnlls, Mr. Irn jircaclvcil n very intorcMintf fermon to nnd family. Itnv. Wright, of drug's Mountain, llrnswcll, Air. nnd Mrs. Jnrrott John n Rood - size congregation church. at the 11 i h. n ron nnd children, Mr. H. K. Horton and family, Mr. Wm. Horton nml daughters, Mr. F. M. Kubnnks nnd family, Mrs. Kiln Hcnnctt, nnd Mrs. KImcr Morris nnd daughter, attended the Dcdicntinn services nt Pilot Hap-li'church Sunday, May 30, Itev. Wright, of King's Mountain look dinner with W. F. Sims and wife Friday. In tho afternoon he called on several families In the neighborhood. Miss Mnislc Hraswcll is visiting her incle. Mr. Fred Horton nnd wife, at Danville. st visitor Violator! of Game Law, Game Warden Mitch, Ilnlley nrrest-c- il Will Jones, Arthur Hicks, Harry Jones nnd Jesse DoncRhy, all negroes, for sclninc In Haniting rork. The officer cnught them dead to riRhts. Judgo Coulter held them to the urnnd Jury In the sum of $100 ench. Wnrden Ilailcy nlso cntittht another negro To Pretervr Your Health. named John Jones hunting without liThe kidney nrc the Rrcat health cense and hl case is set for Saturday. ithoumattim, nacuacne, prefervers. Danville Messenger. headache, sore muscle, stltT joints come when the kidneys nrc out of j Ice Cream Supper at Gothen. order nnd fnil to properly filter tho I An ice cream supper will be Rien up lilobil. Foley Kidney fills tone t Goshen on Friday cvonlnc, June It. tlrnl nnd distinscd kidneys, banish The proceeds will co for tho benefit sleep disturbing lmckncho nnd stop of the (tonlicn Christian church. All bladder troubles. Sold ccrywnert arc invited. Mr. It. K. Horton In i Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES fiavo made hit name famout all over the United State and Canada. r Compoted of Roott, Herbt, Darkt nnd Oerriet. For treatment of Human Ditcatet. Pursley't Indian Herl- -3 Days' Treatment. Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment Dakota Jack's Creme Soap, Price 1 0c, 3 bari 91.00 2S 2Gc 7 00 v The Wonder Car" (Newcastle) frinrpanolis) DAKOTA JACK The Northwttem Cowboy OK 21NATOR OF All on sale at Sliugars' Drug Store, Stanlord, Ky. Dakota Jack's Home Addrett: Atlanta, Ca. PURSLEY'S INDIAN IICR3S iKansasCityj f Omaha J f Chicago J ( Detroit ) (pittsburo) (Boston) Spot CashSour Cream You have open to you a rate of 36c for a crenm market. The cheap thip-pin- g can, 41c for an eight and 44c for a ten gallon can via the L & N., givet you an opportunity to year-round five-gallo- n rDenverj U Jj--O 1 2l HX K (7ll (virldsor fr PYqA thip to Tri-Sia- ?e Butter Company u a RESPONSIBLE, SAFE and PERMANENT Creamery with more than 8,000 cream thippert. Every ihipment it paid for Spot Cath and guaranteed againtt lott or damage In transit. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE CANS, WRITE FOR FREE TRIAL CANS. SHIP OR WRITE TODAY. .Capital Stock $75,000. tBsa Capital Stock $75,000 flHK THE SIGN OF SAFETY FIRST. RESPONSIBLE. SAFE. PERMANENT. wmm WINGbESi JCff More than 2,000 Maxwell Dealers are always at the Service of Those Who Drive Maxwell Cars When you buy an automobile you buy two kinds of ervice. First : The service given and guaranteed by the car itself. Second: The service given by the maker and the dealer while the car is in use. The service the Maxwell car given is known. 38,000 satisfied Maxwell owners have given the car the rough and tumble acid test of fully eighteen months' service. The Maxwell has shown that it is able to stand , over up under the severest use. In and up country roads, through mud and sand the steepest mountains, the 1915 Maxwell has made good for 38,000 owners. cit-es- 16 Great Service Brandies 54 Maxwell District Offices from the maker of the car he drives. He sometimes needs new parts, adjustments, etc. 16 GREAT MAXWELL SERVICE BRANCHES The Maxwell Motor Company takes care of Maxwell owners by maintaining 16 great Snfptv first ! Avoid the fire risk hv .using this nreproot, stormprooi, ana durable rooting. 1 lv5g&, n'X Mi V i J)v I T lii-S- ic-- f tVO(n(? AA Tj.. "V i V ii - and never need repairs. m jjj 7iB" iii i 'TWILkr(JH j 'u i .aa no tlO ne nvrrrt co flirtU11 rMiilrlincr k.u.,v....3 " a j j.j.-je- i H Maxwell Service Branches. These branches are in great cities which have been selected in such a manner as to thoroughly cover the United States. They can deliver parts to any Maxwell dealer or Maxwell owner within a few hours. 54 MAXWELL DISTRICT OFFICES 54 Maxwell District Offices are maintained in leading cities. This means 54 District Managers, each with a corps of assistants. A great big. part of the work of this army of skilled men is to see that Maxwell dealers give real Maxwell service to Maxwell owners. expert. Anyone of them stands ready at all times to give advice and assistance to any Maxwell owner. You can tour all of the United States and Canada and should your car require the attention of an expert you will find a Maxwell dealer near at hand. If you need a replacement part, and the dealer does not have it in stock, he can get it for you from the nearest Maxwell branch within Maxwell owners never have their cars out of service for days or weeks at a time waiting for replacement parts. The $695 Maxwell "Wonder Car" is the greatest real automobile value ever offered. The service that the Maxwell Motor Company gives is not surpassed by the service given by any other automobile manufacturing organizaticn in the world. MORE THAN 2,000 MAXWELL DEALERS ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE Each of the Maxwell dealers in the United Slates and Canada is an automobile For Sale by WILL STONE, Stanford, Ky. tf'.S J&jfef Too Hot For You? Over at the nearest store, where soft drinks are sold, there's a wonderfully cooling drink awaiting you PARFAY. Step around the corner, or across the street, and find out for yourself that the one best way to get cool is to, Just Say "PARFAY." a few hours. THE SERVICE THAT THE MAXWELL MOTOR COMPANY GIVES The service that the Maxwell car gives Any automobile cannot be questioned. owner from time to time requires service Lancaster Bottling Works, Exclusive Distributors, '.At Lancaster, Ky. Here 'There Everywhere. Read This List of Expensive Features. Attrtclhc Streamline Jlody rn"""''!!' crown tfa3n, Turf itrtmllti All the K'OfK. :yi with til tln- - roncili-and "snap" that ou lll tltul m nDjr ut ILe blfUnt The 1915 Maxwell Has These Features And Many Others. Low "Up'kcep" Carburetor The co'burrtor Ufd on t!;r .'atB-'- l a e ro"-'all- y for it nli'-- r kne and trvro tnttt ry conctlvablc iurdnn urrttr Ionomy tum iiLdUitiil by bundrtlt of dtuloia and onn-- rin dlttvrtnt Mtloin of tbv country bau prowl lit ilTirlrnty. It nu: k rrffon .' tu tbroltlo und lti iitrt-iut'ilow i .i:.uroiu n ot ra.ollne. It kaa tttti ttricid tbo li-- u Ui" carburetor. ant rldlrg qualltle" of tho Maxwell. Tb tprlnit u prmi'it rt tho 1PIS Maxwell tbo tame ronly ml'in.tloti if limit front rprim; nr.d tbo tbroo-quaitilllptlc rrar tprlnirt tht i ucd on mn-- t beay wcleht, blfh prkid can. Maxwt'1 To pri.id offer you acvtr tt entlal ot the blfih a tt filth of thtir cct. c Ipunts & or Bottled !! . J I'rlci'U tan A IlihTentfon Magneto t Nearly nil thr Men prlrl ran liavo lilRh rnlcm lurnd. lu magnmx. A high Kii.ii n u.i.gtn4i rum poiitlm jriH'( It i thr otr.-lrdouble bt.l type and Tbr Hliuink roasinti' wnh li.ch tbi' V.ni- - iia. niui'lo rotlltie raiiuiity Tito Irnlllcu radiator Is ri'CufUitol M one o( tlie Ittt mnuntM In tbe Itume ly urant ot a fbutk ab It wcll I' WRUDllUI Ulkjc. ldf, whltll rvlleM-lb Mtt'lriE drvlix nn ach ur.d dutfrtluut of tbe frame. rudl;ur '( all Control Side Driit-Cen- tral Lcfl raunl ty roughnifi ot tbe rjd Tt .tctlc devliu uio uilniinui tbo iiculbility ot ltb rear thlftlns Irvtrt In writer Ltt tAt of drlvliiK ouimrlmnt cntrr imrol bat Win radlatir It (.!. by liadlnx ruakirt of nri""li' uutorao-1- 1 arCHiti The Koomy Furl Body In- - ai Ibr ttftft and rout nmC'itable for tto Adjustable I'ront Scat Urlvir, that It by the Mttill - it Tba lUlld If hi tat? to llrlvu Ukd tuutiol tbat Tbt' 1115 M.itll bat a fu'l rrown UCy lie front xat It adjustable, )ou rau ni u ran Landlv It. Tl- ' inairvi It i iul.it forward or bacltvuid Thrre-SpceSliding Crar TrorifmliMon No comtC'rtablt' tbo tf.ur ti.r cor rear trnrw ramnd Iikh for tall rtfl'le or unw nitortab'a All blgb (irlttil car fcavr a M t drucr.' ttals aio It It to.tly to n.aVe, tut It It the Wtl. n i..'K fur tbo-- t loll mlolon , iliding ucm O Ct IiO ttc. lll U utill t) fit 0U)(ltlV It tb muter Lau tto 1kji-" mnA, The MTfll .tlltiR M.ir trannui.f.c n tut Mux:i ir mi'M . M.iiwrllrot!dir anjr tlr i), in lii ctL- i' tit with Shack ir l Iiadiitcr Abmrbir.i l)cice o handtomo dnilsn, Tl Maifll rad.ator It l oftmit tu btd truublu Kraitiuil) rail athtUri--cur out c( nnr nrjil id .ntS Im au- ti - Duublc-Siicl- tt One Site oC Tire Anti-Skid- s on Heor ttr tliu Mat-wr- it tli-i- -c il fr Tho Maxwell cor It one of tbe eailett cart In the Irrccrtiblc Steering Gear wor.d on tire- Maxwell ownert carry but ono rp.iru tlru und but one alte ot tparo tuttt, tJconom-lepru-tldThe crratott marrln of raftty baa all around. 30 Intli x 3y, In tu eojr of tbo ll'lS Mm well. A 'utnouj muko otInch Urea are uiedaru tupplUd untl-.kl- d tlret Tbo Maxni-l- l freeralble tutrlnt! mrtbauirni U ou r ct tl.c (M'cuthe lur wbeelt. Dlo and ttt cvrry ocr At no ptLtr t)p lioi In lt many &dJuHuu-nt-. tine It more than a fourth ct A Dependable Electric Starter tbf leurlni; urfaco of tba Kar bich operates tbe norm In vtr. Wl.tn nuwitd, a new bearing For tro txtra, ytu ran have your Maxwoll electurfa o may bi l.ud by adju inu the gear u quarter fiulpped with tbe famout Slmma-lluf- f of a turn 'u ibirt. tbw M.ittll tteerlni: roar Thla ttarter la tfncUnt, trouble proof bat Uur tirti.. tbu cdjd tictnt of any otter kind. tric itarter. operated. und tatily And tbe Maxwtll It rcrarlrtfly equipped from tbe Heavy Car Comfort tlear M:on, ventllatlm: wlndibleid at tbe front a to tbe pare tiro carrier at tbe rtar. What rurpr t Bioft prople 1 tLo tmuuth, buoy tri Wall Paper .Mattings, Druggets. Our Line Is Very Complete. The Maxwell Company's Guarantee of Service to Maxwell Owners No other automobile is backed by a more reliable service than that guaranteed every Maxwell owner. More than 2,000 Maxwell dealers in every part of this country are always ready to give expert advice, to make adjustments, and to supply new parts at reasonable prices. This splendid Maxwell dealer service organization is perfected and completed by the chain of Maxwell owned and Maxwell operated Service Branches. Sixteen great Maxwell Service Stations are so located throughout the country that a Maxwell dealer can supply any part for an owner within a few hours if not in his stock. Maxwell Service is one of the great advantages enjoyed by Maxwell owners. PENCE (Si HILL, Stanford. Order a Maxwell from us now, and when you want it delivered, we will give you your car not an excuse on delivery day Car Of Pioneer Wire Fence Just In. Now's the time to buy. . n i , i $695 r. 0. B. EUCIIIC STAKUR DETROIT "EVERY ROAD IS A MAXWELL ROAD" Lincoln County National Bank H. C. CARPENTER, Agent Service Station, Somertet Street STANFORD. &tf T- -' KENTUCKY $695 F.O.B. tUCTIIC STAtTtX DETROIT vj ETIU $55 am T. PENCE. Stanford. Ky. The Interior Journal. Stanford. Kentucky. Friday, June II. 1915. Sanders Crab Orchard, Ky. Beginning Saturday L L. Morning, June 12thls"tes I 9 tfFmmgmmmmmsmm,m CLZARANCE CALE os 0 , Ready-to-Wear, Never before in history of this city have prices been so unmercifully slaughtered at the heighth of the season, and on just the goods you need. This great sale opens SAT URDAY, JUNE 12th. Great Sacrifice on good quality of Men's and Boy's Clothing, Ladies' Gent's Furnishings. Shoes, Hats, Etc. Do you realize what this marvelous and sensational sale means to you. You cannot afford to compare this sale with any other known sale. It is different in every way. You have only to see prices see the windows and counters stacked and crowedd with stock, almost mountains high. This event has never before been equaled. Everybody will come from miles and miles around. I Come early and grasp this opportunity and see the great bargains that await you at this sale Do not forget the date of this big sale SATURDAY, JUNE 12. MOTHERS AND FATHERS THE HOUR OK ECONOMY HAS COME. YOU CAN NOT AITOKD TO PAY TWO PRICES TOR ANYTHING. YOU WILL TIND THOUSANDS OF ITEMS TOO SMALL TO MENTION, SPACE WILL NOT PERMIT US TO GO INTODETAILS, HUT YOU ARE INVlTEb TO'COME AND SEE FOlt YOURSELF. t t t t i i carry the best line of House and Roof Paints, Varnishes and Oils on the market. A special reduction during this sale. : : Here Is A Chance To Get Something For Nothing! A $30 SEWING MACHINE TO BE GIVEN AWAY FREE ASK FOR PARTICULARS Boys' Shoes Values Selling Suitings and 15c values at 25c and 35c values at 12 at $2.00, $2.50 and $3.50, for $1.45, $1.90 and $2.50 10c 19c Few Leaders in Notions Just the thing you have been needing Unbreakable Combs-25- c values at 12c Handkerchiefs Men's 10c extra large white Handker3c chiefs at Men's 25c Extra fine Linen Handkerchiefs at 12 Ladies' extra fine Linen Handkerchiefs, valued from 7 to 35c, selling at a price from 3c to 20c Ladies' Knit Underwear 10c to 25c values 8c to selling at from I9e Men's Shoes Valued at $2.50, $4.00 and $6.00, Selling for $1.95, $3 20 and $4.00 12 Percales and 15c values at 10c Men's Underwear 25c to 50c values, selling 19c lo Ladies' Shoes Valued at $1.50, $2.00, $3.00 and $4.00, telling for $1.35, $1.G5, $2.45 and .. . $3.40 TENNIS AND OUTING SHOES AT A BIG SACRIFICE Men's and Boys' Caps Valued from for ... 50c to $1.50, selling 18c to 80c Thimble- sHeavy silver plated 25c values 6c at Sewing Needles-B- est 5c make, 3 papers for Collar Buttons King's 10c values at One-Piece at from 38c Hand Bags & Suit Cases Large line regular $1.00 to $5 00 52c to $3.99 values, selling from Men's Odd Pants $1.00 value, telling $2.00 value, selling $3 00 value, telling $4.00 value, telling $5 00 value, telling $6 00 value, telling at at at at . Collar Buttons 4c Men's Shirts 50c Work Shirts for 35c $1.00 and $1.50 Dress Shirts, selling for 80c and $1.10 $2.00 and $2.50 Silk Shirts, selling for . $1.45 and $1.95 Towels 7c values at 10c and 15c values at Ladies' Union Suits 4c 8c 5c and 10c c 25c and 50c Union Suits, selling at, 19c to 38c from at at 72c $1.48 $1.98 $2.45 $3.75 $3.98 Men's Hats Valued at $1.50 and $2.50, telling for 98c Men's $4.00 Panamas, selling now, for ... $2.75 Hosiery Men's Regular 15c hose at . .7c Men's regular 25c and 35c Hose, at ,17c Men's 50c and 75c Silk Hose at 17c Men's 75c and $1.00 Silk Hose at 49c Perfumes 15c and 25c values at Pearl and Ivory Buttons-5values at Razors-E- xtra Men's Union Suits 75c and $1.50 Union Suits, now selling at from 45c to 95c Boys' Odd Pants 50c value, telling at 75c value, telling at 20V 2 for 5c Corsets at 50 per ct. Reduction Kimonas 75c values at Ribbons From 2 to 150 sizes, all new shades at 20 Per Cent Discount i 4lc lar $3.00 razor for Scissors Warranted extra fine scissors, reg19c ular 75c value at Hollow Ground Razor, regu- Petticoats Ladies' All Silk Petticoats, different shades $2.65 $3.00 values at $3.85 $4.50 values at $1.00 value, selling at $1.25 value, selling at $1.50 value, sellmg at $2 00 value, selling at 45c 70c 85c $1.19 $1.47 29c Ladies' 75c and $1.00 Silk Hoie, colors, at . 24c e Ladies $1.00 and $1.75 Silk Hose at 80c and $1.25 two-ton- Pencils Regular 5c values at White Goods line of new patterns and all colors of Linens, Voiles, Tlaxon, Crepe, Lace Cloth, Lawns and Batiste A full 3 for 5c Boys' Suits $1.50 values at $2 00 values, All Colors 98c Thread Silk Thread, regular 5c value, selling 3 for 10c .. at Silk Thread, 10c value, at 7c . 7c Ladies' Regular 15c Hose at Ladies' regular 25c and 35c Hose, at at at ... 17c All Wool Serges 50c values at 65c and 75c values 29c Ladies' Waists 42c Ladies Linen Waists 75c values at Ladies Voile Waist. $1.00 values at Ladies' Silk Waists $2.00 values at $4.00 values at 45c 82c $3.00 values, $4.00 values, $5.00 values, $G.OO values, $1.45 $1.98 $2.98 Dress Goods Taffetas, Messalines, Crepe de Chenes in all shades priced from 25c to $1.50 at at at $3.65 $3.98 Rugs 9x12 Brussells Rugt, regular $12.00 . $8.50 value, now Men's Suits Men's Palm Beach Suits, regular $10 extra quality, at $0.50 Men's Blue Serge Suits Greatest Reduction of All. All-Wo- at Mattings Matting valued at 25c, now reduced 20c to Ginghams 12 1.2c values Just One Left Ruby Sewing Machine, ball bearing, $22.50 automatic lift, $30 value at at . 8 1.2c $1.45 $2.45 You will find our line of Madras 10c Embroideries 8 75c values, extra fine, and 12 1.2c values at at 45c Jewelry something to rave over Boss Oil Cook Stoves Regular $22.50 value at $15.00 Laces 8c values at 10c and 12c values ac at 7c THE NEWS IS FLYING FROM MOUTH TO MOUTH, FROM HOUSE TO HOUSE, TROM TOWN TO TOWN THAT THIS ENTIRE STOCK WILL BE ON SALE. BE A CROWD, BUT THERE WILL YOU'LL BE L JOSTLED PEOPLE. BY t i GOOD i i NATURED i t i CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY L SANDERS ALL SALES ARE FINAL. , , NO GOODS ON APPROVAL. CHANGES. t NO EX. THIS STORE WILL BE CLOSED FRIDAY AFTERNOON THAT WE , , , , , MAY BE ABLE TO ARRANGE OUR STOCK. , P H 15w!lt.. -.- -. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, June II, 1915. tt HAVE YOU A BANK ACCOUNT ????? If not, do you rxpect lo go through life without one? Improve bK-JbVbbW Stock Reduction Sale BBWBBBBBBBW ' .bwHbm M f 'bbTK 'aBar l W ab 'A NOW GOING ON AT your financial condition. Make money save It, BnBBBBBr Drpotlt It in the mlr Wr i.m. me .... .. Piccadilly" velvet calf twl, $S A FIRSTNATIONAL BANK where It will earn you Interest and retire you a living when you are old and too infirm to work, t I t t I 1 Try This Store for better shoes, WELSH & WISEMAN COS, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. 1 M proper fit and comfort ;- -l t J We nre ready with the newest in Spring styles and can please you in our special showing of Florsheim shoes, so that you wUl Personal and Social Foster wa In Cincinnati rhurMlny n buinoM. Mrs. Ha Turner, of SI. Louis, Mo., Ih the Client ofhor counin, Mr. J. 0. a vnnin week. University at Lexington this S. be convinced that this C. Haya Mct'lary. Mim Sarah Hurnhlo, of Somerset, Ir the jrui'nt of Mim-- Lena and Mary Deo Ilwk at McKlnncy. Will (i. Ijickey. of St. I.otil, has arrived to vUit hiii sinters, Mrs. J. C. Hailey and Miw Ophelia Ijiekcy. Mr. Sidney Dunbar, of near Hubble has returned home after n visit to relative and friemtx at Jamestown. Misos I.ouic at-.- Mariric I.ynn have returned home after u visit to Mr. and Mrs. John I.ynn in the country. Carl Carter, Strother Carter, Stewart Carson and Treseott lirnwn the Carnival dance at Danville Tuesday evening Mrs. (icarite Sanilidce and baby, MiH nnd Marie rarliinirton, of Parksville. have been visiting C. H. Carter and family. MiM Mary Craig llaydcn. who has beoii visiting her auunt, Mr. Mary Crate and gnindmother, .Mrs. Perme-li- a Brown, has returned to her home at Paris. Mlwt llcttie Warren will leave Saturday for Wooster, ()., to spend the summer with her sister, Mis Knth-crin- e Warren. She will visit Niagara Vails, Atlantic City and other places of interest. Miss Mamie Straub, of Somerset, Mi wi Sue Saunders, who has been this week to spend teaching at Olathe, Kansas, the past arrived her grandmother, the summer Mrs. Alary with yvnr writes to have her pnper changed Straub. to Louisville, where she will ypend the .Mrs. L. Howman Owens spent sevsummer with her sister, Mrs. J. J. eral days with her .usband, who is Corpelison. Sam in AnMis I.ucinda Lutes Is attending a doing service for Uncle couunty. Iioum' party in Hourbon county given derson Mrs. J. It. Harris and daughter. by Missci. Mary and Kmma Jacoby. Josephine Ileazley, are visiting Miss Lutes will visit her sister, Mrs. 'Miss parents, Itev. and Mrs. W. S. J. II. Kifher and Mis Mubel Gum, at .her (,'rinstead at IlloomfiehL Lexington before returning home. Mrs. It. 11. Metcalf and children, of MissH Carrie Cunnlnghham is in guests of her faIntl., are Georgetown College. ocph Wolfe is Cicero.J. L. Beck the family at Mcand commencement excrcUes of ther, the sep Wolfe is Kinncy. Georgetown College. Mrs. Albert Severance, Air. expected Thursday from Lebanon, Heath and Severance anil Miss Mary Tenn., where he graduates from the Hrucc mitt red to Frankfort Danville Messenger. l.nw School. Tuesday and were the guests of Mr. Miss Marion Grime attended the nnd Mrs. Joseph Severance. commencement exercscK of Transyl- Air. nnd Airs. W. E. Dunn and Mr. nnd' Airs. J. II. Caster, of Noblesville, If You Are Nervous Ind., were the guests of Air. nnd Mrs. losing wcifcht, we recommend Anil Hedell Chancellor several days this that you take wick. They motored here, Uliveuu i Miss llessie Holtzclaw will leave the rmnlclnn Sunday for Itichmond to enter Her Normal School for the summer. mother, Mrs. Anna Hailey will accomfor a short time. A preecnpUoa vtucb pany her there to make arrangeve gladly endorse. ments. Penny's Drug Store. Congres!-mnHarvey Helm is back from a week's stay at Elixil Springs wonderfully benefited and loud in his prnise of both the water and the good table Mine Host It. M. Houchins is setting. Col. S. T. Hav's, M. S. Hauchman AVOID nnd W. II. Wearen were in Tiankfort jver in Vr. Wednesday. l'he .v.-- i Overland, hnndsome Hatighman's which he is finding quick sale for since the price has been so materially rt 'need. Mis. Anne D. VanArsdale, of StanBy Taking Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's ford, is visiting Mrs. Hen Lee Hardin. Vegetable Airs. S. C. Lackey, accompanied by Air. Lackey, went to Louisville, MonCompound. day to enter Norton Infirmary where "My loft sldfl she will undergo an operation thh Cleveland, Ohio pained me so for hevenil yearn Unit I morning. Her, friends nre hoping that expecum w iiuvd iu it will be successful nnd not at all undergo un opera- serious. Harrodsburg Herald. W. S. Fish, of this city, who travtion, but Uie first the American Tobacco bottle I took of els forhas been awarded a ten Com days' Lvdla E. l'inkhum'H pany, York, as Vii'c tnblu Com trip to New the two a reward for beoctr salesmen" of pound relieved meof ing one of Uie pains in my Miio this company'. At the first of the year nnd I continued its this company offcrw two trips tr doing use until 1 became New York to the two salesmen und free the most efficient work in their teni. y regular from pains. I had tory. Alary Hailey entertained a few Miss asked several doe- of her friends on Tuesday evening at tors If there was anything I couH her home on East Alain street. Detake to help me and they sakl theia lightful ices and cakes were served. was nothing that they knew of. I am Those who enjoyed the evening were: tliankful for such a good medicine and Miss Elizabeth Holtzclaw and Air. will ulwuys give It the highest praise." Shirley Gover, Miss Matsy Grimes Mm. C. II. Gkikfitii, TMti Madison and Mr, Hryari Perkins, Aliss Patsy Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. 'Perkins und Mr. Hartwell Shanks, Hanover, Pa. "I suffered from fe- Miss Alary Hailey nnd Mr. Sam Km-br- y nnd Mr. Jumes Cooper. male trouble and tho puins were m bad . nt-tev. I llaughmnn spent Thrusday in llrodhend. Mises Anna and Klla Warren were in Danville Thursday. James Thompson, of Mt. Vernon, is the guest of L. It. Hughes. Miss Tommie Francis, of lincastcr, wiu here a short time Thursday. Jowe Hocker is in Richmond visiting friends and relatives this week. Mrs. C. Hays Foster nnd Mrs. W. It. Todd were in Danville Thursday. Misn Annie Me Kinney und Miss Sue jKout went to Paint Lick Thursdny to visit tor a lew days. Mrs. F. II. Harnett and children, of Hustunville, were cullers at this office Wednesday afternoon. Minn Ada Vnughn, of Somerset, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. ('has. Oatts, neur McKinncy. Miss Mnrgaret Hoppci returns this afternoon from KnoxMlle, wlwre she has taught the past year. Mrs. Isubolln Tompkins has returned to her home at Walton, after a visit to Mrs. K. T. Pence. Jr. Mm. Ada Fishback, of Mt. Vernon. 'has returned home after a visit to Misses Dora and Minnie Straub. Miss Kliznbeth Mathcny, who has been attending the .Vormnl School at Howling Green, has returned home. Dr. and Mrs. W. II. O'llannnn motored to Lexington this week to commencement at State Univer-sit- J. should be your store and the Florsheim your shoe. I Our aim is to make you "at home" here and have those who wait upon you satisfy you in every respect; in personal attention as well a3 in merchandise. STARTS SATURDAY, Ladies' Skirts We have your tize in all kind Lot 3 now Lot 4 now Lot 5 now Lot 1 now Our Great June Sale JUNE 2, at 1 We Will Have Many Bargains to Offer You and Some Are As Follows Children's Dresses .19c 10c per yard 39c '25c per yard 79c '30c e yard J Phillips Phillips. AND 7:30 A. M. and Continues Fifteen Days Matting . Ladies' Shoes 9c $2.00 Shoes 19c $2.50 Shoes 22c $3.00 Shoes $4.00 Shoes We also have . A worth worth worth worth and 25c Dreitet 50c Dreues color $1.00 Drexei from $2.00 to $4.00 .$1.69 $1.50 Drenet $2.00 Dreuet from $4.00 to $6.00 .$3.89 $3.00 Dresses from $3.00 to $5.00 $1.98 Children's from $5.00 to $7.50 Rompers - 98c .$1.4S $1.98 Men's Unedrwear 25c Suit 50c Suit $1.00 Suit . Rompers 19c 39c 18c 39c -- 79c now $1.48 now $1.98 now $2.24 now $2.98 a great bargain in low cuts, worth from $1.50 to $2.50 at 98c Hosiery 7c' .$3.98 25c 50c Rompers Ladies' Suits We have about 30 coat Men's Suits $7.50 Suits, at. . here J. Mrs. Wearen Hughe, of Memphis, Tenn., is the guest of Miss Julia a all size and colors, are worth from $10.00 to $15.00, will go in thit tale at $4.48 25c Aprons We have otheri, worth from $15.00 to 50c Aprons W. West of Mt. Vernon, was $25.00, coins at $9.98 iu!tt, Ladies' Bungalow Aprons Ginghams ...$3.98 . complete line of Hosiery for Men, ' Women and Children. 5c Hosiery 4c 10c Hosiery 25c Hosiery 50c Hosiery 75c Hosiery . 39c $10.00 $12.50 $15.00 19c $20.00 Suits Suits Suits Suits at at at .. ... ...$5.9S 15c Hosiery $7.98 $9.98 ..$13.48 . at. ... 9c 19c . .39c 45c .hort time today. Hughes. it .B0. I H0W0MEN Air. nnd Mrs. J. W. Taylor nnd children have been the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. (I. M. Lyons, at Lancaster. AI Severance has resigned his portion with McHoberts it Bailey, the Kent's furnishers, and will, we are informed, take a position with his brother, Joseph Severance, who is lecturer for the State Tuberculosis Association. Miss Berta Jean Penny's friend? nre muck gratified to know that fhc has not only been successful in the htudy of the violin, but has taught pupils in addition to her twenty-si- x other'work in Cincinnati this season. Wednesday evening, Mis-- Penny was the violinist at a recital given by the Conservatory in St. Paul's Cathedral. On Wednesday evening Mas Pat-ti- e Perkins was at home to a number of her friends. The evening was a very enjoyable one. Those present were: Mr Hartwell Shanks and Miss Mary Bailey. Mr. Bryan Perkins and Mr. Claiborne Miss Matsy Grimes, Wnlton and Miss Lcttie Walker Mc Kinney, Mr. Lewis Proctor and Miss Jcnn Paxton, Messrs. James Cooper, Prescott Brown, Ray Powell and Jamie Thompson. Ladies' White Underskirts 50c Skirts now $1.00 and $1.25 Skirts Boys' Suits ,. $2.00 Suits We have a big line of Dress Ginghams $3.00 Suits Ginghams .5c $4.00 Suits 7 $5.00 Suits 39c 10c Ginghams. $10.00 Suits 79c 8 $1.69 $2.48 $2.89 Ladies' and Men's Raincoats $1.98 $2.98 $3.48 $4.98 9 Combination Suits 50c Suits, now $1.00 Suits, now Dress Goods 38c 25c per yard .79c 50c per yard All kinds and all colors Men's Odd Pants 18c $5.00 Pants .39c A nn $3.00 Raincoats $3.25 $4.00 Raincoats $5.98 $5.00 Raincoats $8.00 and $9.00 Raincoats Corset Covers 25c Corset Covers. 50c Corset Covers . Silks All kinds and colors ..15c 39c $1.00 per yard $3.00 $2.00 $1.50 79c $1.00 Pants Pants Pants Pants P.n. $3.19 ? 0 $7.50 Suits $3.98 $1.89 $10.00 Suits $5.98 $1.59 $1.19 79c We can give you a great bargain in. I White Palm Beach Suits Men's and Boys' Caps these. In white and stripes $1.00 to $1.25 Princess Slips. . 89c 25c per yard . . ..$1.79 $2.50 Princess Slips 50c per yard Princess Slips Wash Skirts Voiles Lawns . Boys' Pants 35c Pants 19c 50c Pants 39c $1.00 Pants . Ten Palm Beach Skirts, worth $1.75, .. $1.19 now - White Wash Skirts, worth from $1.00 ,79c and 98c to $1.50, now .... Ladies' Dresses OPERATIONS at Serce Dresses, worth from $4.00 to $2.89 . $5.00, now Serce Dresses, worth from $6.00 to Ladeis' Kimonas . .$4.48 . ,. $7.50. now Messahne Dresses, worth from $7.50 .$4.48 to $10.00, now .Messaline Dresses, worth from $9.00 $20 $6.48 to $7.98 to $15.00, now White Embroidered Dresses, worth CARTHAGE WOMAN Buttons from $4 to $7.50, now $2.25 to $3.98 Wash Dresses, worth $1.50 to $3.00, 5c dozen, now ... TELLS HAPPY STORY 98c to $1.19 10c dozen, now . now Wnsh Dresses, worth from $1.00 to Mrs. Laura Duke of Carthage, Tenn.. $1.50, now 59c to 89c . Safety Pins wan a victim of stomach disorders for 5c cards, now years. Sho lost appetite and several Gowns her weight fell off. She could not rest nlfilit. Sho took Mayr's Wonderful Remedy Just u few doses and found herself 50c Cowns $1.00 and $1.25 Gowns - ...79c $1.00 Suit Cases ..." .. 98c $2.00 Suit Cases .. $1.50 Pants ..$1.48 $3.00 Suit Cases $3.00 Pants $4.00 Suit Cases $5.00 Suit Cases We have a complete line of Lawns in $7.00 and $8.00 Suit Cases all patterns 39c 50c Overalls 4 per yard . 7 ..79c $1.00 Overalls 8 10c per yard 25c Ties We have a Remnant Counter loaded 50c Ties with bargains. You can find what 50c shirts 39c you want here. We also have a great bargain in work shirts that we will sell you at ..25c 25c Suspenders 50c Suspenders Crepe and Silk Kimonas 79c 50c Shirts .. $1.00 oualitv ..39c $1.69 quality -- 79c 5c Handkerchiefss $1.00 Shirts 10c Handkerchiefs 19c 39c Trunks and Suit Cases 79c Men's Overalls ... ..$1.49 $1.98 $2.98 $3.48 $4.98 15c Neck Ties Men's Work Shirts Dress Shirts 39c 15c Suspenders 39c 2c Handkerchiefs 7c ...2c Men's Straw Hats, worth from $1.00 .5c to $2.00, now 69c to $5.00, Panama Hats, worth $2.25 now .2c Felt Hats, all kinds, worth from $1.00 . ...39c to $2.98 to $5.00, now for Hats Lace Curtains We have Lace Curtains from 3 yard to 3 2 yards long $1.00 Curtains 69c 39c .89c Pins 5c package, now $2.00 Curtains $3.00 Curtains . Don't forget the Stetson Hats, worth $2.98 from $4.00 to $5.00, now Ladies' $1.48 $1.98 Hats -- r & restored. In fact, Mrs. Duko's recovery was so rapid sho was afraid that It could be only temporary. So she waited from. September, when she took tho remedy, until the following February to pass judgment. Then sho wrote: "I write you In regard to your wonderful stomach remedy that I took last September. I feel better than I have la five years. "My weight was 127& pounds; now It Is 147, and I can eat anything I want. I sleep well at night. I would have written before, but I wanted to see how I got along." Mayr's Wonderful Hemedy gives permanent results for stomach, liver and intestinal ailments. , Eat as much and whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure of gas in tho stomach 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. Silk Underskirts Hamburgs 45-i- Worth from $2.00 to $3.00, now 98c It spool, new. wide, worth from 75c to $1.25, 3 now now to 8 27-iwide, worth 25c to 50c, now 19c selling at 39c Narrow, from 5c to 10c per yard, Calico A big line of Calico, yi.rd, now . worth 6c per 4 Cotton Bleached and Unbleached 5c per yard, now per yard, now 7 8 10c per yard, now 15c per yard, now 4c 5c 9c $1.39 $2.00 Shoes now $1.69 .4c $2.50 Shoes now ..$1.98 $3.00 Shoes now $2.98 $4.00 Shoes now $3.79 1 inch to 5 inch, from $5.00 Shoes now 4c to 29c .35c 50c Waists 79c $1.00 Waists ,98c $1.50 Waists ,39c 50c Shoes now For Ladies in all new patterns 79c 50c parasols $1.00 Shoes now .39c 98c $1.00 parasols $1.50 Shoes now ... . 7Sc $1.39 $2.00 parasols Velvet Drugget, 9x12, worth $12.50, $2.00 Shoes now 98c $8.98 now 9x12 Drugget, worth $15.00, now selling at $1.25 $1.50 Shoes now ,.19c Diamond A Rugs, worth $1.50 and $2.00 Shoe now .. $1.48 25c parasols $1.15 $2.50 Shoes now ..33c $2.00, now $1.89 50c parasols Axminster Rugs, worth $2.50, now $3.00 Shoes now $2.48 selling at Large Velvet Rugs, lyd.x2yd worth $1.00 Ameajican Corset $3.98 .79c $5.00, now ....98c Straw Matting Druggets, 9x12, worth We have great bargains In ladies' $1.50 American Corset Combs and Pins $3.00 American Corset $2.19 $1.79 $2.50 and $3.00, now O. N. T. Thread Men's Shoes We have a big line of Ladies Hats worth from $1.00 to $5.00, you can take your choice at 98c Waists Ribbons Children's Shoes Parasols Druggets Boys Shoes $9-9- 8 Children's Parasols Ladies' Corsets 9 Combs and Pins doctor advised a severe operation but my husbund got mo Lydiu L Pinkham's Vegetable Comiound and I experienced great relief In a short time. Now I feel like a new jhwvi un can do n hard day'? work und not mind it. What joy und happiness It is to be Wfil once more. 1 urn always r.n.'y wl veiling to speak word forth" C.'mround."-Mr- is. Ada Wilt, K"0 Stock su, Huwvtr, Pa. H tfirro arc our poaijillcatloiis you do not understand write to Lvdla I.. PJuLbam Medicine (!o. (confidential) Ljan.Maiw. Your letter will he opened, viounm and read aud o lowered by at times that 1 could not sit down. Tho WHAT CATARRH IS petson has catarrh in some form. Science has shown that nasal catanh 'often indicates a general weakness of the body; and local treatments in the form of snuffs and vapors do little, if any good. To correct catarrh you should treat its cause by enriching your blood with the In Scott'B Itmulfcion which is fre' medicinal food und a building-tonic- . (touialcplioloraiiy lurinfuldrugs. Try It. d Lunches and Cooling Drinks May Be Obtained It has been said that every third Don't Forget the Date and Place We Can Save You Money by Attending This Sale When In Danville at agol SHOP PERFECT (Incorporated) DANVILLE, . . KY. SALEM & SALEM STANFORD, KENTUCKY held lu btrlct cutilldoucc bcult & liuwne, lUuauifitM. N. J. . The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, June II, 1915. TANLAC PLANT MADE LARGER 1 .niffJiOCT' Boots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded according to tho Original & Formulas & Recipes of Charlie White-MooHerbalist, for tho treatment Tho Cow-bo- y of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. tho Thousands of Testimonials. SCIENCE SOPE, for tho HuGreat Body-Toni- c. man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or writo n, Unprecedented Demand for Remedy Neceiiltatet Increased Capacity. Tnnlnc, tho premier preparation, sold in Stnnford nt Penny's Drug fatorc ami which is nclng so widely discussed In this State, is being used today by more than lfiO.OOO thousands of whom have testified to the benefits they have gained by its use. Kcvry walk of life Is represented in the small army of Kentuckinns who have been benefited by Tnnlnc nnd who have testifcld to its merits ns n medicine of rnre value. Durg Compnny. The Tnylor-Isnac- s Louisville, has sold more than .10,000 bottles of Tnnlnc in 90 days. The success of Tnnlac in Louisville is typical nf the cordial reception the preparation is receiving in large cities and rural districts where It has been introduced. In the Inst six months the business has grown to enormous proportions so large, in fact, that It recently became necessary to increase the capacity of the Tnnlnc plnnt In Dayton, Ohio, which had been producing from 8,000 to 10,000 bottles of the preparation dally. The unusual, and heretofore, unused formula composing Tnnlac is. In n large measure, responsible for the medicine's popularity nnd success. The ingredients, which are gathered from many sections of the earth, are of known curative value. One ingredient never before has lmen used in n nronrictary medicine. This probably contributes more to the success of Tnnlac than any other one thing. Its curative power is conceited to be most effective nnd rapid. This ingredient was discovered on an island in the Pacinc", west ol Mexico. s, Democratic Speaking. OF BOURBON Hon. J. W. Newman, Democratic Candidate For Governor, Will Address the Voters of Lincoln County in the Court-Hous- e POULTRY CURE down tho throat ot a gaplm chicken, dctro) the worm, anJ avr the ehlcV Ilfe A few ilwp In the ilrlnVIni water cure, anil CHARLIE WniTE-HOO- Tie Ctwlof llentli'it OlIOINftfOR or wort MOC't enrtrm kdiu CKIDKt A SClEKCt MfE Mrs. CHARLIE in WHITE-MOO- N 3731 West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky Tor the treatment ot White Diarrhoea In chlcki ami HI.cklic.iJ ami other dlv.nc In turkey BOURBON POULTRY CURE HAS NO EQUAL 1 PREVENTS DISEASE STANFORD, MONDAY, JUNE 14, County Court Day, at 1:30 o'clock. One 30c bottle make 2 uHnol medicine. TENNIS AND OUTING SHOES For Men, Ladies and Children. W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard Kentucky pleasure to have nil sessions crowded. Remember the dates. Junt 10 nnd 17 All are cordially invited to hear him McKinney & V. C. T. l Phillips, the Phillips clotheirs, of this city, have improved the appearance of their store by putting up a pew awning. Here's What You Want The People's What Market Place Adver-tis- r Ynu pare to Pell If you have a house-paintijob that requires good paint be sure to get ng POSTED. John Herzog. Posted Anton Tonn. FOIl SALK. Oak dining cheap. Apply nt this ofice. table, I" !lt 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. FOIl SALK Ftcsh Jersey cow and 15 tf V. A. Tribblc. W C. T. U. Convention at McKinney heifer calf. Heginning on Wcdnesdny evening, une lfith. the District Convention of LOST Hear license tag No. C401. the Woman's Christian Tempe;ance Reward for return to this office. 13tf Union will be held with the McKinney union. The feature of the evening will Wedding PretenU at Muelleri' be the Lincoln County Silver Medal Store, Stanford. Contest, with two representatives speakers each from Stanford, Huston-vill- e beginning at and McKinney. dent o'clock at the opera house. Admission 25 cents. All dav on Thursday the convention will be in session. A number of help ful and interesting talks will be made and the work of the organization be discussed by State and local workers. The district president, Mrs. J. K. Uaughman, is leaving nothing undone that would be for the interest of the convention and this one promises to be the best in the history of the District organization. On Thursday evening nn address will be given by a noted temperance speaker. To all of these meetings the public is invited. The local union is anxious for a large number ot delegates and representatives from the other unions of the district, nnd add a hearty invitation to that of the President. Mrs. Uaughman, for nil to come. To the people of McKinney and community we want to say that the opportunity for you to attend a meeting of this kind is rare, and we hope none of you will miss any of the cood things you may get by coming. It would give us Tu-T.VIII SAI.P frosb milk pmn. Mrs. F. H. Harnett, Hustonville, Ky. t i U eot. J Hanna's Green Seal Paint That will make satisfaction certain. master-painter- This paint has been endorsed by s for 25 years. It gives a beautiful, durable finish. Works smoothly and spreads easily. f Stove Burns Oil Or Gasoline. Detroit Vapor Stoves "Work Like Gas." Simply light the burnart and put your coolcinf on at once jutl like city c ttOYe. You have a hot imoWe- le fire right from the itart. Of all llnvn that we know of at long at w have been in luulneti, tve belie the "DETROIT VAPOR" ttore the bett IniaHe. We Invite you to call at our Ittore to tee them and we will five 'you an illuttrated booklet describing; thrip ttovet in full detail. ! KENTUCKY lied Herkshire Hoars, ready for service, for snle. it. T. Hruc'c, Stanford. 15-tf glfe SamhxE lMm W& br "it MtS1Grtti "Made to Wear Comes in 49 beautiful tints and shades. THE GRAY ENGINE The Best Gasoline Engine Made. Enough' plants to set eight or ten acres. M. S. tiaugnman, sianioru, rwy. TOBACCO bed for sale. NOTICE Your 191T. school tn is, now due. L. II. Hughes, Treasurer, Nntiounl room 2fi, over Lincoln Bank. d d Formula appears on every package. Sold by Ib-tf Handy For Farm Use And Simplicity Itself. Call and See It. Ford FOIl SALE. Second-hanMax- -' tniiriiie rnr nnd second-hanwell lunnbou of the H'i.i model. used verv little. M. S. Uaughman. f. Stanford. 17-t- W. H. HIGGINS. What Is tho Best Remedy For Constipation? " Tliiiim (juration nslnl us many times '1 W. A TR1UBLE, Stanford, Ky. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard. Ky. G. B. PRU1TT, Moreland, Ky. AUTO FOR SALE I desire to sell n... I.',... nlHnnti.I. n It I (II nirtlilj. , in., iiiii.'iiii'i'iiv. ik iif in t H, class rnndition and can be bought a' a bargain if taken at once See it nt Vnderson's Gnrage nnd call on me for the price nnd other particulars. J. I5tf Acey, Stanford. .. I.. ..i ... .111. )..n.li. i.iiiiivi., furnih ' Y... .... uu ...ill ivviiii I'llinLlfi ItiiKei. etc., call us up at nur expend II- - Warner & Bower, Stanford, Ky. CLEANING AND PRESSING. e Clean iieacn .Tims mr iiui,i we clean everything hut reputations; we wash everything but the baby. Call for and deliver all work. Stew--nr- t Carson and Bryan Perkins. C. Building, phone 9000. V 1 your loial dealer cannot II. . each day. ho answer We will deliver them to you ami have them up mid in opuiitlon on short no- tice. A tar luad of twine. C. P. Ci- ciL Jr., Danville, Ky. .JC 2t !rteaag.(9tde&ig& We guarantee then) to bo satisfactory to j ou. bold ouly by us, It) ccaU. Penny' Drug Store.. u bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV aaaaB E,bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbK a.gagaHl M glglg agaHllim. .glglK laHaV H aaHKllllllli Vl Kt H I H iTEN DAYS ONLYi We Will Commence Our Big Sale, Saturday, June 12 VHaBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBjBBBlBBlHgaBBBBSagaBllBMBHHBBBHBMaBBB Money Is King and We Must Have It I kinds and $30.00 Suits Calicos, all 5c $17.98 In this sale there will be and $22.50 Suits all kinds of Summer $13.98 Dress Goods to go below Sign over our Door it wlil be to guide you to headquarters for bargains and avoid the rush. Do not come in and $18.00 Suits 'cost. until you have read MAIN ENTRANCE ABOVE THE DOOR. This will be the biggest sale of the year one $9.48 ' Dress Shirts place to come in one place for Suits now $5.98 merchandise at youru own price. Sale starts Saturday June 12 $1.5.0 and $1.00 quality, Boy's Knee Suits ' Night Shirts for men and now Odd Pants Hats of All Kinds Wash Suits for the little Oxfords and Shoes 84c $10.00 and $12.50 Suits j$6.00 50c and 75c, now $3.75,boys. and $7.00 Pants, ones all go at cost to for Ladies and Gents '$5.00 Panamas. ..39c now. : $7.69 $4.98 make room. : : : : : $4.50 and $5.00 quality,, $3.50 and $4.00 8Pari-- ! Union Suits of a standard jMens and Boys Elk Skin $7.50 Suits now $5.49 nOW now .... , $.).b3 "!? n..w 84c and 39c work shoes, now $1.69, Zi'i 5 'brand $5.00 and $6.50 Suits, '$3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 Palm Beach Suits $3.50 and $4.00 quality, $:J.UU Mats, now now men the $1.98, $2.39 and $2.98, $3.98 Pants, now $2.98 a pair. for men. "Griffon" make now $3. 19 About 350 Hats of straw,L.inen P,ants for pin $3.50 and $4.00 Suits,! A lot that we will sell for $8.50, now $6.49 while and cotton pant the kind that wear. : : : $2.50 and $3.00 quality, felt and panamas, inow go now $2.98 $1.48, $1.98 and $2.39 they last. : : : : : :now i. ei aq i Teiior summer, now priced We are only quoting you VOKt $2.19 clL no. ilitO illlU I1.IJ We have about 00 boys, Work Pants for men and 84c and $1.29 a few prices others too w .m.nt All M.1-,..- , suits that we will close (young men, now 79c, 89c Brown Cottons, Sheeting We have about 600 pairs a11 akesJ cheap to mention. : : : 79c Z"?; and Dems, now at cost'f ladies, gents, misses 19c, 39c and . out at $1.98 the suit. : : and U., Cooper s and Trunks, Suit Cases and $1.19 i ., n, r c OIIUC3 Parasols or all kinds OlIIUll nn aim i"" Cfnrl,J uiuivca. Traveling Bags now uny Hosiery of all Kinds ii- - r.. ..! """'"'that we Will UU33C3out forlnlnin., fnncv and the r other muuumu m Boys Knee Pants " 'a"Krine close .. j Ladies and Gents- -at aAn pure wool in paim ENTRANCE to our sale almost nothing. I hese ular rain proof umbrella. Ladies House Dresses, der cost. We want money great bargain now 84c and room. : : : : : Beaches, linen and fancy Don't be mislead and get are good styles and stanPercales, Lawns, Nain19c to $1.48 left. Serge Broadcloth, Pana-- ' worsteds, at dard make, but we have sooks and India Linens, Children's Dresses, now Ribbons, Laces, Ham-burg- s, ma and Voile, 39c a yard All kinds of Crepes and REMEMBER This is aibut a few sizes to each now all kinds trim.. 84c At Cost 39c and mings now below cost. Best quality Gingham, (Wash Silks, the 25c qual-no- chance now for 10 Days!style Aprons, Waists, Gowns, Belts and Suspenders 8 yd. ity, now 19c Only. :Hope Cotton 8 74c Work Shirts for yd. now at a reduced price. 19c, 39c and 19c 1 Men3 and Boys Clothing $25.00 now $20.00 now $15.00 now $10.00 OUR LARGE STORE IS FULL OF BARGAINS OF ALL KINDS OF CLOTHING, SHOES, OXFORDS, HATS, CAPS, SUITS, PANTS, LADIES AND GENTS FURISH1NG GOODS and DRY GOODS of all kinds. 'Raincoats of WHEN IN TOWN LOOK FOR THE MAIN ENTRANCE I :::::::: ::::::: f 1 I I r.. u,i . w l-- 3c :::::::: :::::: ::::::: l-3c ... .....-- f Across the Street from Penny's Drug Store f. ROBINSON'S .... Stanford .... .. Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank .. g