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Established 860. 56th Year. 1 No. 48 Vole The Inter TOR JOURNAL Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, June HAMMOND'S le up Tnli Pape r Stepi Whea Tow TUat Watch the Date Oa Label aal J Renew Yonr Subicript'oa ProotpUf I 15, 1915. Tuesdays and Fridays SWITCH SIX DAYS MORE OF THE BEST VOTE OFFER Monday, June 21tt, It Positively Your l.n it Chance to Take Advening" of Thit Mammoth Vote Inducement, Wliicli It Guaranteed to Le the tl Big-ge- To-da- y For Your "Favorite." with rrN'TPMT COUNTRY STORE nttnvrnl 19 REPUBLICAN DELEGATES FEARFUL FREIGHT WRECK NEAR GRAVEL Siili.snripiioii Illmik. Content Mnnnper, Interior Journal, Stanford, Ky., year' subscription to Find enclosed for The Interior Journal. I wish to help my "faorite" ?n the Ititr Trav el Tour and I'riac Contest, before Juno 21st, the close of the Biggest nnd Best Vote OlTcr. Please Rive mo proper credit nnd send votes with my compliments to $- who is un nctlvc contestant in the Interior and Prize Contest. Di.it. No. ,.P. Journal' Bit; Travel Tour and Bfit Vole Offer of the Contest Don't Let Thli Opporlu-nltj- r att By Without Taking Full Adirnnt.no of It Never Again Will You He Ahble to Gel At Many Volet on Your Subhtcrtptiont at 0.. (Numc Signed of Subscriber) P. 0 Subscription. This is a (New or Hencwnl) Send tho remittance To the Subscriber: Riht Now. CONTEST CLOSES JULY 17 direct to the Contest Manager, enre tho Interior Journal, Stanford, Ky., who will give you proper credit anil imiuo votes to the C'onteatnnt named. m - i Only a Short Time Left of the Big Race for Glory ami Priiet Put New Subscriptions. LANCASTER. Forth Your Most Active Effort! 10 years ? 10.00 117.800 vote 5'i-- h Mutnyc l.cc Iinllnrd Is visiting Between Now anJ June 21il, the 8 years 103,200 votes 8.00 00,400 votes 5.00, 'rs. . V. T. Woolfolk in Lexington. Cloie of the Biggest Vole Offer and 5 years inn1 Mil-- K. S. Brown ami MUa .lonntn I 01,800 voted Gather In All Possible Subscrip-lion- t. .1 yearn .19,000 vote-- . years 3.00 Drown ure here visiting Laticastur 2.00 i relatives. 2 vcurs 'J5.000 votes year 12,200 votes " Jennie wnsiinurn, or l.uui nlil is here for a visit to her sister, Back Subscriptions and Renewals 55,800 vtes 10 years.. $10.00 Mrs. T. J. I'.iee. Mis Mnttie Adams of Shrapburg, 8 years. Monday, June 2ltt Last Chanre J2,nO0 votes . 8.00 5 year 5.00 has arrived for n visit to her grand2!i,r(() vote We with to imprrtt upon the J years 19,200 vote .. 4.00 mother, Mrs. Nockio McCrnth, contetlanlt and their friendt that 3 years a.f.o 14,400 votes Mrs. Bollc Henderson loft Inst week Monday, June 2Itl it positively 9,000 votes 2 years 2.00 for a piotrncted stay with friends in ynur latt chance to lake advantage 1 year . 3,000 vote 1.00 Danville, Hnrrodsburg mid Lexington. of the Big Triple Vole Offer, which Editor R. L. Klkin nnd Mrs. Klkin Our Guarantee it guaranteed to be the BIGGEST THIS BIG VOTE OFFER IS enjoyed the past week at Olympia AND BEST Vote Offer of the Con. GITARAXTKKn TO UK THF-Hir. Springs, attending the Press Associn- test. So don't hold back tub m.'T a vi iii'qt nit the- - i'mtiiip iticni tcr'vliont with the expectation of CONTEST. So turn In your sub- - ..Vr-,"ndMrf!- Ashley and ettlng bigger volet for if you scriptions as fast as you receive them. I1'11'0 daughter, ofM"ucc Urchmond, are with do, you will be greatly disappoint' - Ashley s parents, Mr. and Mrs. It you hold them back with the ed. After June 21tt, the vote pcrtution of securing bigger votes ox jMrs "anford. on ' ' tchedule will take a moit decided tlum you will be disappointed. We Misses Bessie and Sarah M. Brow- drop and will continue lower duruaranteo :imt no tietter oiler will icr. ui i.cimnnn are nere lor a visit to ing the remainder of ihe contest. their aunt, Mrs. O. F. Lay ton nnd also lie made during the contest. Until 9 o'clock Monday nighl, 10 vnu Airs. J. Kockwecl Smith. June 21st, three timet the usual Mimus Emma, Ora and Ethel number of votet will be given on and Miss Chastine Rucker, of all old tubtcriptiont and more than o Paint Lick formed a ploiunnt houf.e HOW .THEY STAND TODAY three timet Ihe utual number of o party ,at the home of .Miss Mattic Following Is the standing of o volet will be giver on all old tubAdams the past week. o of tliu contestants up to Tues-tcriptiont turned in before Ihe G. M. Lyons' big stile bognn Satur- o dny. June 15th. 1915. Pin almve date and hour. The tchedule day and will continue 21 days through o vote together or place in on- published on this page includes all July 3rd. A number of competent o volope before depositing in extra votes. clerks are assisting Mr. Lyons in his Subscriptions sent by mail will o the ballot box. Votes rrmy be rush to wait upon customers. o clipped from tho paper or they be accepted and counted under this Misses Ray nnd Ella Henry big ote offer if mailed from any o nre given free on both old and tained their guests. Miss NinuDurm- o now subscriptions. postoffice and the envelope contain, Ask for ing and brother, Orville Durruiug, of ng the subscriptions it postmark-- d o votes when paying your sub- Decatur, III., by an outing to Lexing- not later than 9 p. m., June 21tt. o acriptinns. ton. Hiakertown and High Brdgc. Thit gives coiftrataatt living at a The information was received by distance an equal chance with those Garnird relatives of the death of John living close to Stanford for they I Wright nt his home Moreland, Ky. in Richmond. The an work right up until the last Mi Lydia Noddle 9 05 llittle boy was the son of Mr.nnd Mrs. hour before the cloce of the big Mies Anna S. Reynolds '""d Wiight nnd died of measles. 13J vote offer and then mail in Ihe 'fVj5l M'w Elisabeth Collier, of Midcllos- Mi Olgn Myers tubtcriptiont from their local .Miss Prudence Furrcil 45,(150 boro, formerly of this place, and who taught in the Graded School in Mid- McKinney, Ky. dloehoro Inst year, has accepted a poIMiss Ruth Cocking 52,975 sition in Pineville for the coming She who henittsto is loat. Monday, 'Mia Ruth Tanner 53,400 term. June 21t is tho last day of the Big- - jMis Mary Lois Gnnn 14,825 Capt. Isaac Myers, one of the most get and Boat Vote Offor of the con- Crab Orchard, Ky, esteemed confederate veterans in the toet, the day of all days, the dny viaitr-u- n K 47.S25 community, who recently suffered .1 which muy spell victory or defout f o r m - m'" GainM 33,950 ccrobral hemorrhage nt his home two according to the way you take a.l- 9,325 miles of I.ancAktcr, shows improve"' F11b Rlmhv It vantage of mamini.lb v.,l 1... ment. Hustonville, Ky, ducement. It will be the last chance' Misses Katie Lynn and Sarah Miss Roberta Blain 120.875 Wood, to secure tkree for one on your of Stanford, were over for the Miss Margaret Allen 14 1,975 exercises at the 144.975 commencement School, and guests of This is an offor which in justice to Miss Christine Lair Graded s Creek, Ky. Gilbert yourself, you cunnot refuse to take llwir tiiwti. .Mr. f!. H- Swlnolirnml 80O l.it.,1 tt.ifj. advHiitage of, for on the amount of Miss Emma Holtzclnw Miss Nell Buck 8,025 I jjrs k. k McRohorts gave a din work and hustle you put forth between now and Moiulav nipht nmv Kings Mountain, Ky. ner party at her handsome home on pciid the division of the final priios. Mists Grace Thompson 50,275 Danville street in compliment to Mrs. ' John Shackelford, who left Lancaster If you ever expect to do anything Stanford, Ky, in tits contest, do it thi week. It is Miss Evn Rankin 144,975 last week to make her home in Col"your" chance the chunce of a life- - Miss Patience Calnieic 40,225 umbus, Ohio. MNs Mamie Bastin is at home with time. It muy prove the means of you Mrs. Lucy Miller Hartley .119,050 winning the final priie rou desire and Mrs. Walter Jones 120,250 her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Has-ti- n from the Art School of Cincinnati. you should not Info aiit of this fact Miss Anna Chancellor 42.825 but work with renewed dtttotmination .Miss Margaret Davidson 9,350 Mrs. Fred Neighbors, of Louisville. to take advantage of every ciivum- - Miss Bessie Clay Farris 121,250, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. stance anil condition that will aid you Miss Bessie Peek, 5 00.0251.1. ". liounie. Mrs. 11. W. Bowers of Eldorada. 100.12S in tnu r:u't. it you have liicnilx who .Miss 1'nnnie bentt, Khave told you to see them later or Miss Oca Farmer, 3 liriOO Ark., is with her? parents, Mn and Mrs, Solon B. !!cnr Miss Anne Hick- Wnynesburg, Ky. have proniinoii to nbl you later, then 84..'175 mnii.otwlciningekurg. Is the nttrac- now is tho time to go to them for their Miss Cora Singleton assisrince. Don't lie afraid of doing Miss Sosbia Muncic 29.275 itivo yoUng guest of .Mrs. 11. F. Walter too much for every successful person .Miss Mary Wnrriner 13,725 and (l.tugnter. for repnring the I ,.150 The contract has done too much in the eyes of the Miss Mabel Wright, Rcourthouse bus been awarded to the lasy. It is better to have a surplus of Ml. Saletn, Ky. votoH 40,150 'Raymond Construction Company of at the last tkun not quite .Miss Nnnnic McKinney Cynthmna for the sum or H,ii4ii. enough. DISTRICT NO. 2 This is the same company that crect- Lancaster, Ky. Go In To Win. 1 14,825 the Graded School building Iiure some Miss Florence Dawes You nie in this contest for the pur- Miss Stella Comely 120,775 two years ngo. pose of winning. Co out with a de- Miss Lillie May Sutton Much surprise was abroad in tho 7 ""r. termination to win. Do not be one of Miss Knte Hamin, R5,950 community when it was known that those kind who no sooner start a piece Miss Lillie Jones 5,1525 Miss Willie Wilkinson and Dr. Caeey of work than the arc stozed with a Mrs. Stella Perkins 5,425 had eloped, the uncle is me popular desire to do Mimclhtug else, and so and attractive young daughter of Mr. Paint Lick, Ky. rush through with the work in hand Miss Louise Rice 4,875 and Mrs. R. B. Wilkinson and lived in with luvokncck ipecd, slighting it for Stanford before coming to Iincnster, Brndhead, Ky. the work in mind. Learn to stick. Do Miis Ada Ward 52,250 while the groom comes highly recvictim of tho "by and by" Miss Etta Cable not be it 02,425 ommended, being a veterinary surnnd "time enough" mottoes. Alas for geon, hailing from Danville. Danville, Ky. people who ure going to do Miss Kliznbeth Dye for the The following D. I), teachers have 1U.975 something. for vacation: Miss Edna 58,725 returned Miss Joy Tavlor Knvaiimigh, from St. Augustine, Flu., Get Busy This Week. 141,200 Miss Ethel Sclmdel Miss Annie Kinnaird from Indianapo Junction Citj, Ky. If you have an ambition of purpose 9,050 lis, Ind., Miss Margaret Morrow from once. There Miss Bessie Wright In your mind, act on it at 91,850 Columbus, Ohio. Miss Allie Arnold is no time to wusto while the big vote Miss Gertrude Richardson who bus tuueht successfully for sever Shelby City, Ky is in force. Do somcthng toward offer 119,200 al years in 11 D. D. College in Penns- beginning. Rouse yourself from Miss Kmily Murphy the ylvania is expected home auoui dime Arabia, Ky. that lethargy of dreams and make a 3,125 20th. . . start. It is wonderful tho power thut Miss Uike Carter Herbert Whittnker, son of William Liberty, Ky. comes to us after we begin a thing. Maggie Brown 35,000 Whilnker of this nlncu met with liuite With every postponement of that be- Miss n painful accident while visiting his ginning, just so much power is dissiirrandfathcr. Thomas Barker, near Mitt Woodt Entertains nt "500" pated. The road to Success lies along .Millers Store In J examine couiuy. the pathway of Decision, up the hill Miss Susan Fisher Woods entertainIn tiirnim' nn emeiv stone he cautlllt of Endeavor and across tbo bridge of ed In her dimming manner Mnndnv bis riirht hand in the coirs of the wheel Putience. The road to Defeat lies nfti.Mulnn lit MfiOO" ill ilOlinf of Mls nnd tho middle linger was so uauiy through the "Valley of Pretty Soon" Mattiu Tribble. of Richmond, who is erirshed it hail to lie nprmiateu. and along tho winding paths of "Wait, the of Mrs. Albert Severance. Pollard was most Mm. Fiiimin Awhile." Whatever you intend to do The guests Tor tlio nruriu.un wc.-cagreeably surprised when nil of her DO IT NOW. by and by, Mrs. G. G. Perry, Miss Esther Burch, children, seventeen grandchildren and Make every day count for some- Mrs. Shelton M. Saulley, .Miss Lueilo great-gran- d son gathered at homo thing not merely 11s an ndded ik'iy Cooper, Mrs. J. S. Rice, Mrs. J. II. nnd MarKsbury in ceieuiaiion 01 us added day with something Shanks, Mrs. A. II. Severance, Mrs. Hear birthday. A few friends were in but 70th woithy achieved. Sunun B. Yeager, Miss Sao Taylor to help celebrate ine occasion Mrs. E.J. Brown. Mrs.'W. H. vited nil wont to the home with well "Count that day lost mid dtwcendlnt; sun Shanks und Miss Mattie Tribble. At filled baskets. The bounteous uinnur Whore low, the inclusion of the games delight- was served by ti fulthful family Views from thy hand ful ices und cakes wore served. No worthy action dono." who has been with the family 25 .......... .....1 cur:lil III till) hll'L'U Notet About The Contest. Getting Good Contracts. yard. The gathering represented four If there Is any mistake in tho count nappy minglRout & Martin, the concrete con- generations niul was of uny contestant's vote up to the present date, call it to tho attention tractors, ure getting lots of contracts ing of 11 number of devoted familes. next Mrs. Pollard of the contest maiuiRor beforestand-iiH- and are doing eome oxcellont work. m.,nu nisnfnl findwas reineimeiv ilohirublu L'iftS. f They did tlio concrete work for tho Thursday night. Otherwise the The community was much shocked us published today must be taken brhlge, ovar Cedar Creek and have contracts for tho foundation of the on Tuesday mornlnlng when it was as correct. . .. Rebeccu Wst had 1'he Interior Journal's Dig iravei bridges to bo built over the St. Asaph known that Mrs. had been comTour and Prito Contest will cloe on Ion the Hustonville pike and on the suddenly expired. She of rheumatism, Saturday, July mh. ine uiggest ami (Somerset pmo near oquire nems plaining some recently awakening she best Vote offer of tho contest will .homo. They will also do the concreting and thut morning on she was suffermiiieeiior win had told her daughter close next Monday night. June sisi for tno nomo Joe She was and ufter that time the vote schedule erect on his farm near tho site ing with u pain in her side. "Aunt as knoi,n affectlonutcly of his present residence. much lower. will be 1 . L oooooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooo l0 pott-offic- e. lb Iati-cast- er - !. R-- -l j R-- -l -l I . . I Kut : nr n, ser-vu- nt ,.. 11 Eighteen Cart Of Freight Train No. Fltcal Court Favors Election on Bond 50 Leave Track Sunday Afternoon Issue to Keep Up Roads PresNineteen delegates were named Tramp Killed Brakeman Hurt ent Allotment Too Small. Saturdday from nil parts of Lincoln . The largo country store on the Dan- county to the rcpublcnn state platSunday afternoon nbout one o'clock It is not nt all unlikely that tho ville pike Just beyond Hanging Fork form convention which will be held eighteen cars of freight train No. 6fi at Lexington today. Resolutions Heft the fSp.P'0 of the good county ef Lincoln I ridge, belonging to T. II. Hammonds adopted track near Gravel Switch and be called on In strongly codemn the.. present were piled or n .,., .:,.. ... i uiu in heaps on both sides. A three months In vntnthe next two 1. nn n l1""" m.L "ulc administration, , ,j ...... ....., r ' vll IUII sue of $100,000 With which to keen . running through him, cntoring at the tin thn kAn.1. 01 il. . . -r iuuub ine county. The contents, consisting of about $0,000 ever means may lie necessary strict cntorcement. Hon. Kcluin P. pjt of the stomach. It was no tightly present allotment of about 23,000 Is worth of goods, uccording to the Morrow, of imbefided that tho lop had fb bo restatement of tho proprietor. Tho republican Somerset, who will be the moved before the rod could be with insufficient nnd tho members of tho tlscnl enurf ntn nnli.,1 1M .u. i..it candidate for governor, building was valued nt $1,000. An was given hearty U norm issue ls endorsement by drawn, ui course death was instan 'IS Of insurance policy of $4,000 with the the Lincoln county convention, ns was mT: ?t'i? ? few thc. ?23'000 tht now the insurance firm of Bromley & Brom- County Clerk W. C. .flilrM-lllilltwuitvii. nit, tJItini'5 maintenance of roads, fully $8,500 Cundiff, of Cas- ...'-ley, of this city, Is held by Mr. Mrrsnnn hnJ ni n iwwi-j .. s taken to ey county, Mr. Hammonds and his son, republican who is n candidate for the white hoy who were heating their way. leaving less keep up the dirt roads, than $15,000 to keep in nomination for clerk of the Dr. Hammonds, were in Russell couninun, nmi tnc nepro jumped order the 180 miles of pike. A meet The call upon for- uii.. uiu..... ty at the time, but arrived last night. Court of Appeals. L. mer Judge Lewis .,.,I1IK .j, nil,u ui iihihik is caned lor Thursday to further Walker, of In speaking of tho fire, Mrs. to make the race for Circuit whereabouts. Mr. Mershon, who had .consider the, bond issue and In ... ..." l"" said: "We (meaning her rncnntlv linnn tn( Lnxli,, 1" ... , ,, iu Attorney daughter and hcrsolf, saw smoke is- Judge In this district was made nnd after runnini: a train for JCMIBp thn Burch hns hrnn rnmmlialAi..,l IV 3. r vpnra. high tribute was paid to his vrork suing from the building and ran to when ' he was judge before. A company compelling a cut down of the legal call for an election in readi, it to see if we could get anything out, was on me mini car from the ness. Quite n crowd of taxpayers was extended to juii-t:but the (lames had reached too grent cordial invitation to return the Bull Moose to the engine nnd when ho felt the jar of were present yesterday when the fisa headway and we had to stand back the train ho jumped, sustaining a cal coirrt rnnslflnriifl tlm n,.n.iitAH nnd see our goods burn. We have no G. 0. P. fold nnd the delegates were wrenched ba"l und a few uts and and its action met thc approval instructed to vote us a unit on all idea how the fire nunnnled, but are bruises. Traffic was suspended for imijoruy 01 mem. senator of the inclined to the belief that Cie store propositions. .,., .. 11..1V ti..; tMnrn hmirj 'I I,,. ...,,.,.U ... . urauyiri uiiuiigomcry, 01 i.ioerty, Charles .w .... There were about 50 republicans one, addressed was first robbed nnd then set on fire. as many ..f tho mrs and their the court the Dixie nt the meeting which Fresh buggy tracks were seen in front present the county court room. was contents were smnshed to smith- which it isonproposed to Short Route. held in run through of the building, nnd it may be that County Chairman R. L. DavisonAfter ercens i.iueny, uusionvuie, had Danville and tho intruders stepped fiom' tho bug- - called other towns, and qsked that the road the convention to order, forgy to tho porch and did their work from the Casey line to Hustonville Married In Danville. mer Postmnster John A. Blain, of and got Imck in the vehicle. As Lair's Hustonville, was chosen chairman lie nut in trnrwl Af rnn.ltt!nr Dr. Jack M. nnd bloodhounds, which we sent for, fail-e- d James F. Cummins secretary. Attor- nary surgeon f'lisni'. n Vnlltir. i.lnt.1 ?J.on,K2meryJL!' of tfIe opinion that the of Lancnster, and Miss to get a trail, we nre inclined to ney George I). Florence, chairman of Winie Wilkinson, also of Lancaster. P,xie Tlort Rute is a certainty nnd this theory." The fire was a liirire nnxious that the road from his one, and with no fire apparatus to the resolutions committee, read the drove to Danville Thursday eveninc y fnow up Ka" Thcre resolutions which were adopted unan- and were married bv Rev. H. C. Gnr- - I, "$ ?' . stop it, there was never nndy hope of imously. time to discuss the feasi-an- d rison. They weie accompanied by Mr. .,?, extinguishing the flames, Mrs. Mrs. Arthur Joseph. The groom l,.l,lty.of l? "ond issue after the elec-i- s said. DRY RIDGE, PULASKI. a promising young man in his pro-- 1 .,? APas Veen Pa,le,l.u"d this paper fession, while his bride The n charming, Will then iln so frnm limn in iIma "".. Always be wife by havinsr vour pulled expected nnd predicted has been yoi'ig woman. Sho is 1.is daughter ' of course of property insured in the companies Those off dramatically in gnme of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Wilkinson, who J W. Newman Mnket Stronir Sneeeh. wise and gifted represented by Jesse D. Wcaren, the politics recognized incompatibility of lived in this city for several years, Hon. J. W. Newman spoke here on 49-- 1 insurance man. uu ' uenau 01 nis important elements and methods es- .win miu iiii many incnos nere and11-""'who feel to congratulate ducy for Governor and made a fine sential to hnrmonious team work of , t till. miltl H'lin l.ns ...nn nn ....,, .uiu Him , nn uui. T unii ' HIHimiGIAn u nun usm;u I. I Mitt Rankin Goet to Richmond. Woodrow nnd William J. and arc not ...w ui, iiimseu in .i' jiuii. TTn vajii Miss Eva Rankin ie.: vesterdav for surprised. The ulterior promptings Airs. Casey and Dr. Wheeler, also of iio uncertain terms on thc issues now Wichmond, Ky., where sh'e will attend. of Mr. RrynnV resignation may be Lnncaster, were entertained by Miss confronting the people. On the Wilkinson at her home on perance question he is in favor of the summer Session of the State puzzling to n large contingent of the. lowing the people to vote for an street Sunday evening. Normal School. Miss Rankin is tho sagacious and conservative but there . 'amendment to the constitution so as daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Ran is a like number of the uncharitnble vote if they so kin and one of the most popular nnd nnd speculative who anticipate an earfakc a state-wid- e Good Judget Secured. tnat energetic candidates in the biir Travel ly transfer of the spellbinder's stunts of th- - "S.,..?f i"e,slro' B".vs,he will f such a question is ifubmlttcl, Tour and Prize Contest. While her from the political stage to the lecture Pvtl iasP vole for it. He paid Ll "hool work may handicap her some- platform and the pulpit where oppor- themselves on securing as judge for'? rosPects t0 the other candidates what in her toco for the prizes, nev- tunities for mie en scenes for galicry the cxhibHion which will be held hero .f(lr.K.ovcr,n?r' ..PMialIy McChesncy, ertheless she expects to continue to plays are multiplied, and revenues Aug. IS. 19 and 20, '0UUy'St nt n S"" i" make nn active campaign and with enlarged. Whilst acutely embarrassing horsemen, John Dolan.the Lexington, ,of.the of the help of her many friends, she will to the President tho Samson has not Vthl J. S. Boyd, of Sholbyvillc. Statc lf I undoubtedly irive n .rood account of shattered the mnin pillars of the tem are hiirh class irontlmen and knn,v fh 'before1 tempest is prob horse as well as anvbodv. It took m- - on anu Assessment and that the in- hcrsolf at the lat. Friends naving ple and but a teapot subscriptions for hoi may address able consequence of present commo- siderabie "inducement"" to get these ."Stc wWo" il ns her nt Sullivan Hall, State Normal tion. Pretige and pelf may accrue to who,-School, Richmond. Ky., or votes nnd Mr. Bryan but the most zealous apos- of P.s goCnout forTthing tlfty ufualfe hmpnt,t.J?!Cotrb?in? vYet subscriptions may be" sent to her tles of "peace, peace, peace agree there land it. Mr. Dnln. ;a !,! c?ntrol of mother, Mrs. J. M. Rankin, R. F. D., nre limitations to forbearance in mat- lnst year and gave perfect satisfac- - !'"aami corPrat0,l mny No. 2, Stanford, Ky. wnich of ters of national aggression and insonf "rs0 wl raisekcPt ,,wn ther thiw 0n lent defiance. God grant that Ameri- ori,orreme,rL,betasiraigh? f or-- I Hnrrodsburg Plant's Good Report. ca may never again be embroiled in ward crontlemnn nnd n i.vnollnnt X' .. ,,c. Ra'e a nlstory of tire ttoot and The Leader has this to say about war and may He send a Prince of iudec of hore flesh .mouth diseases ami of his efforts to Harrodshiirg's electric plant, which is Peace without avowed mission to suppress it and also .rave an account-Openin- g sword nnd foment domestic municipally owned. The plant furnish-- e "send Ball at Crab Or.hirrd Springs inK of what he had done for the peo- service and sells its "juice" distentions." But, keep off Uncle -TVinf rnM.n..c ..n.l nnn..1 - f . rieuuurc. ..!. l.! waiting and .uiu jiujiuiar sumnitT !nln n a f?juiuiiuKsiuour ui i'i at seven cents ped "watt:" The re- Sam's toes.Wntchful nre supremely resort. i.uiuuaOrchard Springs, Crab will port of John II. Grimes, of our muni- waiting wathchfully Annual Picnic At Waynetburg. cipal lighting plant, for the month of commendable. Conservatism and De have its opening ball next Saturday Muy was a good one. being over f 9o0, mocracy (Republicanism) should be Ji .W"3. synonymons and the animus of every gallantry of this entire section will be L "eYK.v and if the receipts keep up Hnrrods?ertenlay, burg will get a nice dividend from civilized government. War is hell and, on hand to trip the light fantastic in J" .J' ,WanesburK preparations were nlreadv now on. One good business stroke was naturally, only devils incarnate pre- the big ball room where governors grand march on '"f,"!"'' Twn'' the selling of waste steam to the Hnr- cipitate it. Survivors of our Civil War lead the the long ago. Splendidopening music rodsburg Ice & Cold Storage Co. shudder at memories of that, then t nights in ' I fon '1' ,n"i,piL0m; fight jind its horrors and know-tha- has been engaged for the occasion and They paid in $232 in May nnd for it was a midget play at war in everything possible will be done to'UM .0 be. June they will likely consume nt least "" h"nd "the four qunr-S contrast with the wholesale slaughter maketheeventonelongtoberemem-,ro,m'nertiTaIVer$350 worth. now rampant in Christian Europe. bered. Capt. and Mrs. Willis .. Mr. Peace, alwnvs peace, but there'll nev how to prepare for such openings and tncrs "'J1 is "j," for,the jcca-ionWill Burnt Buried In County. ceremonies. to make this one thc KP.oIlls er bo complaisant turning of the other hWr.il which means that H will be a treat Will Burns, who nas been in the .in.n.l-- . ml l,nt in till snrrpss. railroad business for a long time. cheek foxesswords are bent into scytnes and fowls fraternize. and 'c', at his home in Covington and ours truly, New 1916 Overland A Beauty. k the remains were brought to the Warner & Bower Get Good Contracts Mr. ,M. S. Raughmau, one of the burying ground and laid to rest Warner & Bower, the Stanford most popular men of Lincoln county, nt 2:30 Monday nftcrnoon. He had was in Lancaster Wednesday with n .plumbers, have contracted with the Wilton and Fight on Liquor. worked for the L. & N at Etowah. county to put new plumbing in the That President Woodrow Wilson is new 191G model Overland car, which jail. They have also been awarded the Tenn., for a long time and was a member in good standing of Etowah in sympathy with the fight now being he was demonstrating to several pros- contract of putting in the plumbing Masonic Lodge No. bo3. A number of waged against the liquor interests in pective purchasers. This is a beautiful 'and heating apparatus in the pretty members of that lodge came to the different states all over the nation is machine and Mr. Baughman is as 'bungalow. Dr. W. B. O'Bannon is burial and several from tho lodge here clearly nnd indisputably shown by his proud of the price, which is only $750 .building on Lancaster street. These attended and took part in the burial. recent correspondence on tho subject for a five passenger enr ns ho is of iwith the contract they got on W. M. Mr. Burns had many friends in Lin- with prominent democrats. Efforts to the merits of his favorite machine. Bright's now home will keep them coln county who learned of his death put the President In any other atti- Mr. Baughman has used this make of pretty busy for a while. politicians in this cars for several years. Lancaster tude by with much regret. Kentucky campaign do mm a great Record. Children's Day At Wayneseburg. injustice. President Wilson has al Killed By Lightning. There were over 1.000 men, worn- ways taken the moral side upon every NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. Mrs. Spears Fisher received Satur come before him. issue Rev. Frank Tinder, son of Rev. F. !en nnd children in attendance at the day tho news of the killing hv light irreatletters that has Children s Day exercise at Double siiow this. Vt hcrevcr the His Hawk Royalty, light against the saloon, the brewery M. Tinder, of Lancaster, will preach Springs Baptist church, Waynesburg, ning of her brother, at McCormack's Christian church (Sunday. James Key nobis and Prof. Uclirrnile. Montana. Ho was or near has been waged, he working on his ranch whan the bolt has the distillery arrayed against them Sunday afternoon, June 20th. at 3 ucnge were in cnurge mm mey iiuu o'clock. and instantly killed him. De-- land been found their pernicious influences, from Presbyterian church Prayer meet- prepared an interesting program that censed was about 50 yea.-- old and is the moment when the temperance ing on Wednesday evening, June lfi was splendidly carried out. There survived by his wife, who was Miss question first became an issue in New were songs, recitations, etc., by the Eva Elliott, of Somerset, nnd four Jersey and the county unit proposi- at 7:30. Topic "The New Wine and little ones, nil of whom reflected children. The burial occurred at his tion was the first step in the fight up the Old Wine Skins," Acts 15. A credit upon themselves. adopted home. For some years Mr. to the occasion when Texas voted up- meeting of the church officers will be held nt the close of the service. Royalty was connected with the Q. & on state-wid- e prohibition. An exnrs-sio- n To Mammoth Cave, June 29, 1915 C. nt Somerset. He was a wii of the Wilwas sought from Woodrow Round trip rnilroad fare $4.35. iired William Royalty, of lo.cmlte, son In both great Contests and ns To Manage McChesney't Campaign Board at Cave Hotel Including the was a clever man and good citU.cn. on the right side. usual, he was found Editor Shelton Saufley has accept several routes in the rave for $5.50. Efforts on the part of men who are ed the position of manager for Hon two days' trip total Help the Good Cnute. waging political bnttlo for liquor in II. V. McChesney's campaign for tho Making Mnlu. cost fo OF Ab In un tan. illuming Owing to the heavy rains there wai terests in ine present campaign jii Democratic nomination for Governor. ,. v.GOf iruuiK nuiiii 10 illll.ant !.. Tin.!. nn .lnl'ntd AV ....J J. Llllllt UII UMVW not oil enouL'h to complete tho oiling Kentucky to induce President Wilson Mr. Saufley has n up his head- .U1III1S. of the streets. Many who are enjoy to repudiate the position he took quarters nt Frankfort. If ho can suc- (Write or phone L. & N. agent. ing tho benebt of tno oil have not when state-wid- e prohibition was the ceed In nominating McChesney, Edicontributed nnd tho committee is tor Saufley will be classed among Golden Dawn To Open Thursday Eve. issue In Texns, met the straignt-ior-war- d Now if by lack of ftind3. and merited response from the those who nre capable of perfoming Formal opening nt Golden Dawn "you. will you not come President that "it would be arrogant miracles. Danville Advocate. this means Springs, Thursday eve, Juncl7th. Ico and help those on my part to state that there were in forward unsolicited cream supper and dance. Amusement 48-l- t. who have worked so faithfully to add my opinion no circumstances which free. Gel Rid of Your Rheumatism. to the comfort and sanitation cf the justified an agitation for state-wid- o Now is the tfme to get rid of your town? prohibition" and in this letter stated For an Impaired Appetite rheumatism. You can do it if you also "I was not To improve the appetite and strengproper course apply Chamberlain's Liniment. W. A. Becky," all revering her sweet nnd enough to say what the placid disposition so much. She had of action was either in. Texas or in Lockhard, Homer City, N. Y writes, then tho digestion try a few doses of Mr. often expressed the wish to her loved any other state where I was not per "Last spring I suffered from rheuma- Chamberlain's Tablets. says: J. II. "They ones that shiw wished to die suddenly, sonally in touch with the conditions tism with terrible pains in my arms Scitz, of Detroit, Mich., I got n bottle and shouldero. she did not want them called on to see obtaining." of restored my appetite when impaired. Chamberlain's Liniment and the tirst relieved me of a bloated feeling and her suffer ns it would be so hard upon npplirntion relieved me. By using caused a pleasant and satisfactory Card of Thanks. them. Sl)f was in hur 80th year and was a woman of wonderful vitality, To all our dear friends und neigh-bor- one bottle of it I was entirely cured." movement of tho bowels." For sale by nil dealers. ever foremost nnd willing t help In who so kindly and generously For sale by All Dealers. all good work, long u faithful and ar- gave their presence and assistance to dent worker In tho W. C. T. U. On the us in our hours, of griof, to the Mamorning of her death she expected to sons who so nobly conducted the fungo to the cemetery to decorate the eral and Mr. Smith, we extend our THE INTERIOR JOURNAL'S graves of the deported members of heartfelt thanks und gratitude und Thit Ballot by the will remember your kindness throughthe local union. Sho is survived TRAVEL TOUR AND PRIZE CONTEST Mutt Be Grcoge following childten: Mrs. out our lives. Mrs. Jumes.P. Goode Voted on or of Danville. Misses Fannie nnd und family. Bcttie West und Junius. West, of this Before city and Jack Hint., of this county The gatind Jury of Jessamine counJune 20th and W. A. Hiutt, of Lexington, and 11 ty fully exonerated J. K. Widlin for Mrs. Fannie Farra, also killing one of a band of robbers who of Lancaster. hail entered n freight cur at High Bridge and were helping themselves FOR ..DISTRICT No to its contents. Indigestion and Constipation. "About five years ago I begun, takOnly One Entirely Satisfactory Addreti ing Clianiherhiin'b Tablets after suf"I have tried various colic and difering from indigestion and constipag arrhoea remedies, but tho only one Thit Coupon, when neatly cut out and brought or mailed to tion for yearn without finding the Contett Department of the Interior Journal will count for the to relieve me, Chumbcrldln'a that hat given me entire satisfaction person whote name it written thereon. Tublots helped me at once nnd by and cured me when I was afflicted Di-is using them for several weeks I wi' "h.imherlin' Colic, Cholera and Contestants thoulJ clip and save the coupons and get their Remedy. I recommend it to cured of the complaint." write Mr friendt to do likewlto. (Not good after the date above mentioned.) i :'iiidu at all times," writes S. N, Mary K. McMullen, Phelps, N. Y .. .iowuy, Slownrl, S. C. For sale by For salo by all dealers. wcn-Knowiurmor-morcnnnt. Big Store on Danville Pike Goes Up In Flntnei at Early Morning Hour Believed to Have rleen Robbed. Named at County Convention Saturday To Go To Lexington $100,000 BOND ISSUE LIKELY TO BE VOTED ON .'.' .'h Inn-cast- t,.i a l.v;r ?lv.?" n ST; Ham-inond- s. --- er Hnm-mon- di ... i.I ''', ...,."' - Ham-mon- T.l canui-elsewhe- re ' 1 1 de TI well-know- $ u,rM .1"'?' fTv?'' n,ZC iTlT . , sn-v- ... -- W 11 . . I .tT nS iT Salt I''"iTiftiiS tIihT !. Ash-loc- 1 self-seeki- sti-tic- s l ta-e- .4 vJ I Rob-inso- n, half-siste- r, Good for. 25 Votes any-tldn- -s ..&vt - ;v The Inlerior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky Tuesday, June 15, 1915. f :i The Banking Habit Means sound sloep, good digestion, cool judgment and independence. to become identified with a good bank; to make it a habit to consult with its officers. Cash in bank, with the credit it creates, is the key to opportunity and a reserve against adversity. We invite you to open an account with us. We do not insist on a large beginning. The main thing is to make a start. The Interior Journal WAI.TOM "IETS-I- F a Sura-Sk- at .1 h SAITl.KY. F.illlt.ra an-- Matiatrrt TJae 100 i'til'rrrl A t TFII tlir HTItHT'.Y IN .HVAWK far Ml Carat And They Taniih. Two Dropa When corns mnko yoa almott din with your twou on. when you try to alk on ttiofdnonf yourshofn to try to'irrt nwny from your eornt, you'ro wny tlmn If you liavonol tiicd "ORTH.1T." It) ths rlitM ptrtnftot aI MimcwiI a trrond iMrM miliar r.v It is good business The Interior .Imirnal I. anl'iortfnl ta iov Hi' fnll.im ratxthlatra fir nfllrf, tub )rrt to Hfmocmttt prtirjr, Aug. "4ti, ltMJ roi.mr.ii. .wsovscmtES HAINIIW nl C VOX. ot llnjl Comfortable Feet I I Fr V .1 Orm-A Jti4) I II ft! Cmnlr Mrr CVnntj. . 4 V 11 IIYF.AU, of IKiyl Ootiiity 8 OWMil- V. ,lr., .1 l.lartn Count-F r Kmhnait f .mmliHMrf WJI V Kl. JK til ' lY1"" j t: sbwauvm. wt loam; f(rrllll f fHSHK I) Pt'Tl KR':v NFWI.AND MIKMHIM. JT!LlaaV Jljai'- fe V .ian V f if J.Vfr'-n'V'- ' O UOOOI1 l.tirtntTt COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Stanford, Ky "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE" LINCOLN Capital, $100,000; Surplus $100,100. Resources $528,000.00. W. H. Shanks, Prcs. W. M. Bright, Cashier. J. B. Paston, J. W. Rochester, Asst. Cashier. Vice-Pres. Justice Day, of the Supremo Court, upholds the decision of Kwituck I wrt of Appeals In tiic case njailnst for lrigitg the Adams whisky from TcnimseaTe into Whillcy coiKit'. this Stte, "Aw territory Under that decision He conricritm of cempmiy was net nsiilu. ft he expre The court id not lictcrnrxio uic conn stitutionality of the law, nor ifid it paw on :t courtrue-tion- . Uy fhi derision the tfven-nwn- t lost the mast imjiorriuit orimimd proswcutron that b.v yet cmraa to trial under the Sliermitndnw and what was regarded by former Attorney Gen-cvWickondiam nnd Attamey Gene-rn- l Gregory ns probably the most suit of ita kind in the Government' long lift of prcutiow of C, .ljZ'-YzM r Vbl-Knyo- Uia "GETS-IT- " and You'U Ne Corni la B Stcpptd Ob. corn euro of tlio century, tbo nowwnjr, tlio LU. palnjosf, ilmplo way. It mnkn nferfWircolly fc'el foWh hflcr bo's kcJ CeTKl" urJrl Eftrrbwlf Trie, la Sirs en My WHAT IS MORE UNCOMFOKTABkK lla A MAN'S APPAUEL GIVES HIM MORE PLEASURE THAN A nl "trust'." PresVlct h W i Our Big Sale Has just commenced. Everything Goes At A Big Reduction. We are offering all of our Ox fords to you at a price that you cannot afford to miss. Remember the "MAIN TRANCE" is the. entrance REAL BARGAINS. r; United Suites were indorsed at n meeting of veterans of the Federal nnd armies and of the Spanish Wnr held atkhy Hotel Henry Wntterson in Louisville yesterday, Uiolutiotw comroenliK Prcsulcnt Wilenn' rnilrsn In fHi Rtnnil ho hns rights and immu- I taken for AmerUan as nfTVcted W ilia war in were adopted and the undivided Inkies of i veteians was pledged in whatever eventualities may Conf-odcrnt- Woodrow Wrlsoa'n hand Shugar's Drug Store. were uphold and hi policies with regard to the foreign relations of the Seld in Stafford and rceommended as the worlil's be.t corm cure by TO STEAK AI DANVILLE olntinMitu, alvc, toO'tniudllnK hnndtifrci. IiIihkI lirvlja knlvra, nip. iNntom, Jnblxra and rnior. . when Ifo uses Juit 2 drops of nod bli corn vnnlxt. 'Tho dlfTerVnce Is dlvino; Just try It.' Yon won't 'wtneo when you put on youriboes In tbo rriornlng. "OKJ-IT"suro.."BcU" nnnlrorn. callus, wnrt.or bunion. "iKTS-IT- " Is told by dnurmsts every, where, iSe n txiltti', or scut dtrcct by K. liiwrcnco ACo, Cblcngo. corn'-bltln- c -vlint-noU"(:TH-IT"nnd SHOW:, AND WHAT OF PAIR OF SHOES THAT FIT, HURT. OUK STOCK WF SIIOKS IS SUFFICIENTLY LARGS. OUR SELECTtON OF WIE, MHDIU.M OR NARROW LASTS ARE SO NUMEROUS THAT WK CAN PUT A COMFORTABLE 3IK)E ON ABMOST ANY FOOT. NETTLETON, TIIK HIGHEST QUALITY OF SHOE MAKING T.HAN A HOT, TIGHT HUNTING YE0-DON'- 'PAN AM) BLACK, MANY MFKERKNT LASTS LN' LOW AND REGULAR TOP A- - $(5.00. WALK-OVE- THE MOST POPULAR SHOE IN THE WORLD TODAY, BECAUSE OF ITS QUALITY, THE POPULAR SELLERS IN ALL SIZES STYLE AND LOW PRICES. JS.f.O, $4.08 AND AND SHAPES. WHITE SHOES AIrE VERY POPULAR AS YOU K.NV AND WE ARE SHEW: : .: ING THEM IN THE RUBBER AND LEATHER SOLES AT f.Oc $1.00, $l.fi0 AND $2.00. Temperance Candidate For Nomina tion Coming To This Section II. V. McChesney, the temperance candidate for the democratic nomination for governor, wll soivn be henrd up in this part of the stntc. He kas to tromendoiM arowds been in vetern Kentucky nnd hi.' friends bclivn that he will sweep that section of the state by a tremendous vote. IrV first speech in this section win be at Harrodsburir on Friikiy. June 18 nt half past one o'clock in the af ternoon. The same evening he goes to PerryMlle to speak nt :.n) o clock, and on Snturdny, June 19, he wjll at 1 :30 goins that speak at night to Bryantsville for a speech. On next .Monday, whrVh is county court day at Danville, Mr. MvChefney will speak in tne court nouj mere at 1:30, and is aUidy assured of a tremendous audixnee. He is a splendid stump speaker and hits the liquor intprpts nnd their efforts to control the democratic party in Kentucky, sledgehammer blows. He will be bill-o- il to snrnk in Stanford a little later in the campaign anti win cover uu. section of the state ns thoroughly ns he has the western. McRoberts & Bailey MAIN STREET STANFORD, KENTUCKY row.irf than all ""lifr .tit. tnrtll !! Illl If" jrir I lncurih. Kflt come. I The republicans hereabout delht in 'speaking of Ed C. O'Kear as a ''dwil one," but they sewn ta think a KtHe ,diffcrentiy in Kis home town of Frankfort. He was elected Satwifay ;n delegate from FrankMin county with 'ower"VJ vote and act in any manuor 'he nm'see fit mi regard to n state-'wid- e prohfcition plank in the plat-forAnd it is useless to state that he 'viH be heard from in the convetion, which opened nt Lexington today. ' thlt wttUn rf hc tut togrlher ind " r Inral ", J.lV"! anU rtfK.rU,! a It rroiiunclnod bj .onuntlj latlloc to -i- re ltli r.re.Jl... tritiBnt, &n'iwuii,U It iiit until. slic U a tuittlltaloaal iHir. In, rf.irli ltfrti wo.tltmi'nl trutnM-otand thrtfffw llill'a Catarrh I'urr. tnufaturtd tj K 1 l th (l.n.JIA to. T.ilcdn. Mo la la otilj liaallta-tktianirr . n Ibf matkrt It taa,n IntTaallr hi dova frwai 10 ilroia ! Imiw.lil It ana n th bio"! and ninnm aatfara at illrertlr hamlrnl ilnliara fir th ajatna Ttr 1r tv... I. ratirttiLt ltl ilir " t,lrr . KRESANO. A GENERAL DISINFECTANT. WHEN TESTED IT IS SHOWN TO HAVE 5 TO C TIMES CERMI-CIDAEFFICIENCY OF PURE CARBOLIC ACID. OWING TO THE HIGH PRICE OF CARBOLIC ACID, WE RECOMMEND KRESANO" AS AN EXCELLENT HOUSEHOLD SANITARY FLUID. INSECTICIDE AND GERMICIDE. 35 CENTS PER QUART AT L towns to preach. j Prohibition agitators tfill atack the tobacco industry if nation wide proSTANFORD. hibition is obtained, according to 'speech made yesterday before the "Wholesale Liquor Dealers Associa tion. Fine Strawoerries II. F. Norton, of the Waynesburg CLEANING AND PRESSING. A. S. PRICE DENTIST We clean Palm Beach Suits for 50c; section, has th thanks of the editors we clean everything but reputations; for a basket of the finest strawberries we wash everything but the baby. we have seen this year. They meaHours, C to 4 o'clock Cull for and deliver all work. Stew- sured from three and one half to five inches and are the most luscious we Office Over Shugar's Drug Store art Carson and Bryan Perkins. 44--W have partaken of. 8 U. Building, phone 9000. Billv Sunday took in $107,000 in Des Moines, Philadelphia and Patterson, N. J. That sounds mighty big, but when it is stated that there were ,74,353 professions as the result of his meetings, we will have to admit that (the investment was not a bad one for those who gave of their means to to their home brine he I any raav IT tana to cure. tcatlmofilalf J CHENEY AdJrraa Sild WrafPl'ta. Tfc. au nr iiniiia L CO., TVWo, -- - Otlo. Tilt It Hair Kamllj I'llH tt ctcitlrtln- - Monte Fox, of Danville, who ome dnys ago bought fi00 fat cattle at Oweiwboro, has been receiving them. $S,00. Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, THE REXALL STORE Ky. Firtt Baptitt Church, Lexington, The magnificent new church build ing wheh has just been completed iy the First Baptist church of Lexington was formally dedicated aunuay wun impressive ceremonies, in which churchmen of the South took part. Baptists from all over Centra Kentucky went to attend the dedication nnd many of the other Baptist churches of Lexington closed their doors so that their members could join in the celebration with the congregation of the splendid new building. The new church cot in construction about $100,000, and with the installation of a mammoth pipe organ and chimes the total expenditure will be about $125,00(1. There was a debt of about $30,000, but at the service Sunday morning $33,000 was voluntarily subscrbed and the indebtedness was wiped out. There were three separate services held as part of the dedication ceremonies, the first beginning at 10:30 o'clock, when Dr. Lansing Burrows, of Amencus. Ga., one of the most distinguished Baptist clergymen of America, and a former pastor of the church, preacied a sermon, and the Kcv. Preston Blake also a former pastor, delivered the dedicatory prayer, the services concluding with a thanksgiving and benediction by Dr. T. C. Stackhouse. Dr. M. D. Early, paitor of tho Stanford Baptitt church, read :.e scripture lesson of the dedicatory sermon and Breached to the overflow in the Sunday school room of the immense church building. An afternoon session was held at whljh there were talks by n number of Baptist divines at aid laymen of that church, program which a beautiful musical was rendered. In tho evening Dr. Preston Blake preached and another splendid musical progmm was given. Baptists were present from nil over Kentucky and the South nnd it was n probably the biggest Baptist day has ever seen. la-tLex-ingto- Thoy range in price from $C90 to Here's What You Want The People's tise What Market Place Adver-YoHave to Sell u ROBINSON'S, POSTED. John Hcrzog. Posted Anton Tonn. FOR SALE. Oak dining cheap. Apply x.t this ofice. table, 17-3t TENNIS AND OUTING SHOES For Men, Ladies and Children. W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard Kentucky FOR SALE Fresh Jersey cow and heifer calf. W. A. Tribble. 15-tf Wedding PreienU at Muellers' Store, Stanford. FOR SALE Two fresh milk cows. Mrs. F. B. Barnctt, Hustonville, Ky. 17- -lt cot. rp.-itl- KENTUCKY Red Berkshire Boars, for service, for Kile. K. 1. 4G-Bruce, Stanford. tf Boys, Get Your A SAFE INVESTMENT PAYING 7 FREE FROM STATE, COUNTY AND CITY TAXES IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY. TOBACCO bed for sale. Enough plants to tet eight or ten acres. M. S. 44-Baughmnn, Stanford, Ky. tf 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. NOTICE Your 1015 school tax is now due. L. R. Hughes, Treasurer, u. over Liincotn miuunai room Bank. rlnsu 40-t- C. C. Mengel & Bro. Co. 7 CUMULATIVE f PREFtRMD STOCK. f Fir Yilce sums JiOO. FREFERRED AS TO BOTH ASSETS AND PROFITS. Quarterly Dividend Dates, first Monday in March, June, September and December. Redeemable as a whole or in part, at any time, at the option of the Company at 125 and accrued dividend, CAPITALIZATION. Eli Hay press in first Will sell reasonable. Address Albert Schuler, Waynesburg, R. F. D. No. 1. FOR SALE ii-B. A ewe and ewe lamb came to my place last week. Owner can get them by paying for this notice and their keep. Bright Inn Farm. 49-3- p. $1,300,000 $1,500,000 1,437,000 2,500,000 Important features regarding the business of this Company and this issue of stock may be summarized briefly as follows: 1. This stock is a legal investment for trust funds in tlie State of Kentucky. 2. The company has no bonded or mortgage indebtedness. 3. This business was established in 1877 by C. C. Mengel and C. R. Mengel, and incorporated in 1003 as C. C. Mengel & Bro. Co., under the laws of the State of Kentucky, and has been continuously successful during the whole period of 38 years. 4. The business of the Company is the manufacture of Mahogany Lumber and Veneers, and it is the largest importer of Mahogany in the United States: its proportion of the entire importation in 1011 be1014, 1013, 1012, ing 5. The legal proceedings for the issue of the above Preferred Stock have been passed ujon by Judge Alex. P. Humphrey, and Archibald 13. Young, Usq., of Louisville. 7 Cumulative Preferred Stock Oommon Stock Authorised Outatcndlna Ford FOR SALE. Second-han- d Maxtouring car ami second-han- d well runabout of the H'.o model, used very little. M. S. Baughmnn, Stanford. FOR SALE. Good driving horse, nlin emlillps well: not afraid of auto and a ladies' horse in every particu lar. Large enough to worK to surry. Apply to A. S. Robertcon, Danville. Ky. AUTO FOR SALE my Ford automobile. I 48-t- T. D. NEWLAND Opposite the Court-House, d E. Hogge. of More-heafell from the belfry of the Bap-tchurch antl was fatally injured. Henry Le7is was held over to the Boyle grand jury in $50 for hunting without a license. Nine-vear-ol- d, Wants to sell you an Ice Cream Freezer and Refrigerator. Also your Groceries. Phone us. No. 168. f 18; 21; 11; 10. See The Exploits of Elaine THE MOST AMAZING, GRIPPING AND WONDERFUL SERIES OF MOTION PICTURES EV-ER condition and can be bought a bargain if tnken at once. See it nt Anderson's Garage and call on me for the price nnd other particulars. J. W ,cey, Stanford. "" i It desire to sell is in first-class Go To HARRY JACOBS Manufacturers and Dealers in Farris' For Your PRICE $100 PER SHARE. Accrued Dividends to be Added. i High - Class Monuments. Original Detigna and Prompt Service Guaranteed Quality Connection at all Granite and Marbl. Quarriei. Office and Workt on Cemetery Hill. phone 1C4 Cloted on Saturday! STANFORD I JAMES C. WILLSON & CO. Garden Tools and Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right. J. C-M'Clary ALMSTEDT BROS. LOUISVILLE TRUST CO. WAKEFIELD Be CO. JOHN W. & D. S. GREEN LOUISVILLE, KY. Special circular giving complete details of the above Issue of Preferred Stock may be obtained, and payment of the stock may be made at any of the above addresses. KENTUCKY THE SHOWN. FOLLOW OF MOVEMENT AND THE CLEVER WHO SOLVES THE MYSTERY. BY ALL MEANS SEE "THE r INSURE Your Property in the J. L Beazley & Co., OF -- ELAINE" Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with SALIN & SMITH, Agents UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEB AT THE- - I 71 v Opera House Friday Night hr(M(Uf &L aEr4irKir' Office Phone IG7. rnrnrvmh iMMAAT-r- ' fi l Stanford, Kentucky Hne Phint X UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Furniture Mattlno, Ruqs. Furnl- ture Exchanged ter all Klniii Of Stock. PHONE 42 STANFORD, KY. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. AS. tV 1 COME TO THE MOVIES ANY NIGHT The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, June 15, 1915. PBHEI r WE ARE NOW RUNNING UNIVERSAL PICTURE- S- NEW MACHINE NEW SCREEN HUT WE WANT YOU TO SEE TOR YOURSELF COME AND SPEND THE EVENING. t t i i i i i i To-night-'Ghost TworcI of Smiling Jim' Gold Senl drma nn unuiu.l h wondtirful piclurr of the fighting and GRACE CUNARD. "RURAL DEMONS" Wl, lorjr a powerful clramn and fralurinff FRANCIS FORD LKO comrdy.with IIILLIE RITCHIE. drama In 2 inrl. with DOROTHY PHILLIPS Knd WILLIAM WELLH. "WHEN THE MUMMY CRIED TOR HELP" eomdy, with LEE MORAN, EDDIE LYONS and VICTORIA fORDE. A (muRffllnR Wednesday 'House of Fear' Friday Exploits of Elaine, No. Thursday 'Gentleman of Art' Saturday-1- n the Jungle Wilds' 1 3rerl drama, featuring HOBART HENLY a-- Coupon licfcMs d TRANCES WILSON. CORTOON COMEDY "COL. IIEEZA LIAR." rach night Dinnrr Set to be Given Away to liuldrr of (! lucky ticket Saturday. COME TONIGHT urd N!or 101 BUon, animal picture with WM. CLIFFORD and MARIE WALCAMP "LOVE AND WATER" FORD STERLING COMEDY. PATHE WEEKLY NEWS in addition to the reRular program. 5c-- 1 Oc KfTlWm EVERY NIGHT $ i - THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Does a GENERAL BANK- 1NG BUSINESS and o- licits your account. DIRECTORS: John C. Kotiimon. S. T. Harrit C. R. Coleman J BEWARE OF THE CLUTCHING HAND! FOR I, LATEST WAR NEWS. Urotlhenil. Germany ifaimed "mother dccidcl H. J llcil, of Mi'MIcIhk-vns lieie uncw nlnnir the e.stcrn litre, nenr Mo-- , ikn. several ilajH lu't week on ImsfnPKs. I!ath the Merlin inl Vienna Mrs. J. rC. Helm und Mis. Mi-fjirmifirfx ihilm tho Titntnn nllies Kive of Morcl.iml, weie in (hit eity this af- - .taken 13.000 Kussian prisoners. The tornonn, r.us-iR- ti oilkjnl report only mentions C I ('nlenxin, of f'apy. HyJI coun-- the locality whore tin? nttinn is sail' p nt cvial ilny here this week to hare taken place in a puraKrirph tj. WKh lm family s afwhich say flie pf Han-fil- ter heavy lotwo did not resume riie ali. (accMn Sji day nt I, II. Hrt'cn. wife and son, spent itc VAW"v' -- f i VftWfmmt,: Children Cry for Fletcher's n r 1 TCi P SPffWlP Ix-cpor-Min- Austr-Grm.in- e, FURTHER PARTICULARS COME AND SEE ' I I Exploits of Elaine THE THIS THEATER. REMAR K A B L E MOVING PICTURE TO BE SHOWN AT L OUT-DOE- I Wit "wit, Mrs. A. (. Hi:. il.mis anil Thomas Coleman, it he University of Virginia, ore ut home for the summei. MM Wattle Trihble. of Itlthmnnil. in Mi" Kuit of Mrs. Albert ilevfrnnce ami other frimU her. Mrs. .1. M. Ilollailay. of Celumbin. is visiting the families of her nephews if i ! the attrnitive ruwt of her oilenfive. Ir-- t ii --- - - t -- .avenue. V. Reid Win. Beck H. C. Baughman J. S. Ilocker M. D. Elmorr J. C. M. Pettui S W. G. Goocli EVER J, Eubankt Surplut $28,500 HERETOFOHE PRODUCED ON THE SCREEN, j t t : i FOURTEEN INSTALLMENTS OF SURPRISESI EVERYTHING Capital $50,000 Mis. J. E. Buck, of Gilbert's Creek pent Sundny with lier mother, Mrs. Mnttie Ncius. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Elmore, of Etowah, Tenn., attended 'he burial of Mr. Will Burin here Monday. Miss Woolfolk, of Lexington and Iw Nell Bourne, of Incaster, are the cuer,ts of Mr. W. K. Warner. Mr. John Ritchie and Miss Nanev Hmlilerar, of Louisville, are guests of Mi. and Mrs. Gewjre DcBortle. Ahs. Alfied Pence has ben con-J to her bed fo seeral dnvs on account of an attno of apjiendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. Loan McCall were the guets ( his parnt, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McCall at Marcthurg Sun- It the frorv' north of Snurhz, and Paris admit the is of German trenches previously captured. The fjll return of the Greek lection arc not yet available, but the triumph of M. Vcnirelos, former Premier, rcem certain. Great Britain facs the Isrue of another $1,260,000,00 war budget, which, it is expected, will be announced in the House of Commons today. President Wilson, it is staled, feels cncournired by reports that the pend ing negotiations between Germany and the United States will likely have n peaceful outcome. Senator Sinlmons after cnlling on the President, said that Conwresj sliauld pro"hle more American ships, thnut'h he did not think an extva session would be called. It was lear.'d that no note would be sent to Great Britain in all probability until the Berlin negotiations had taken shape. 1 Berlin ciim thnt the n severe defeat o Irrflch Mif-for- Tlio Ivltid You Hnvc AInnys Iiouglit, and nLIdi linn been iu use lor over () jwirs, lias Iiorno the signature of nl nmdo under Ills nnd lias 8iiicrliori since Hn infaiu-v'AC, Allow no ono to dci'olvo you In tliU. AH Coimtorfclps, imitations ami nro but l''..pTliu'iilJ that trifle with nnd endanger tlm Iicnltli of Hxporlcnco against li.vpcrlnicnt. Infants usd Children . "Just-im-goncl" c, Cnstorla is a lmrnilo pnlistltuto for Cnstur Oil, Drops nnd Soothing Sjrjitps. It i.t plea-tiiiIt contains ucitlirr Opium, Torpliluo nor ot'ior .irrotli: Mriistunre. Itti ago Is Its guarantee. It rievroys V, rini Tor more tl'.in I. t ji'si-- o IS nnl n!Ias r''iisiurss. lias licru Ih constant iro for tlu re! t of ' .n 'Matioii, AY hid Colic, till Trrtlil.ig Trouble-u:.il Diarrlio-nIt regulates tin litom.u 'l rnd UovrJ?, assimilates tlm I'ood, gllng i. . i ?i:t::ral utcup. Tbo Children's Panacea Xdo Jollier's I Pnrc-RoriC. What is CASTORIA . ri.J. m genuine; ELAINE FRIDAY 'Hccra Liar.' Don't Mm Thit Treat At Opera House Friday Night Turley, of Hichmonil, va here nt court yesterday. Prof. K. L. GriliO1!, Junction Citv, Howard N'ouUnd spent Sunday was heie yeteida mingling with old Mia Am Wright, of Iluntomille, wttl ti friend at Muir, Fayette coun- - friends and pupils is the guwt of Mu Ellis tore, V L. MiCnrty returned home Sat- Bryan Perkins wunt to Paint Lirk ty. ..-- : I " .1. npoonnmor, ol Uiicaeo, is ...! 1..t Sotur.tny to play ball with the Paint.. uriiiii.- limn ury iiiUKU ic - icw iiayi wim urn rei- - over Ins Miort ttay IIIULM "Hlllieu itK team. Shanks left Saturdav Ntives. lluttwnll .Miss Gertrude Wilkinson went to Mr. I). S. Ithoten. of Pulaski, s here Lexington yelen!y to spend some rnominc for New Castle, where he will visit for a fhort time. From 'Jiere. the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Klim time with relaties and friends. i Coffey. he will go to Detroit. D. N. Newell, of Wnrnette, Okla , Mis Mary Hoyil, of Ixiuisvillc. is and II. G. Newell, of Pulaki, arc the Dr. 1). B. Soutlmr.:, nttle son, ltirh-nrand dauKhtcr, Gladys, of Stanford the truest of Miss Isn Floyd ne- -r Hus- - cuests of friend inthis county. were here yesterday en routu to fee tonvlllc. Mrs. E. S. Smith and chldren, of Miss Hannah Aldriik'e I visiting Globe, Ariz., are the guests of rela the doctor's mother in the Southern part of this county. Mt. Vernon Sig- her aunt, Mrs. J. It. Hnselden at tive and friends in the Wefct End, caster. nal. Miss Ida Judd, who taught in the Ew-InO. P. N'ewland was un from Burn- - Stanford Graded Martha ol last year, is Mio Mary Lee anil whose father side yesterday shaking hands with the of taking n normal course at Bowling an court day crowd. died Inst week from the effects of Green this summer. automobile accident, spent oorl Sheriff Clark Harlii'on. of Bovle. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest Martin, of Paraunt, Mrs. T. W. Pen- was here Saturday to see Sheriff J. is, arc visiting relatives in the Perry-vill- e .days with their G. Weatherford. nington. section. Mr. Martin attended The Current Events Club will meet court here yesterday. Wilinm Fields and W. S. Burch, of Stanford, the latter being County At- with Mrs. G. (5, Perry Thursday nfter- Mies (Catherine, Loraine and Delia torney of Lincoln, were here yester- noon at .1 o clock Combest. of Louisville and Bowling Mrs. E. L. Smith and son. Ray. of r:r..n .,.lmnl. nm h nnss nt thfir day, interested in the Dixie Short Route. Cleo Thomas, of McKinney, Wilmore, are visiting their parents, sister, Mrs. S. P. Stephenson, of the was here this week on a tiuirneM trip. Mr. and Mrs. Kohiiifcon, at Parlor West End. , Groe. v. K. Shuears. Mavor A. B. Flor- Somerset Heruld. Mrs. Wallace Wolfe and daiic-.i- t er. '..n a. a nml Ilr. n. II. Mrs. W. T. Dii. who has been visI Mct'arty and of Indianapolis. Ind.. are the guests of Southard formed a jollv auto crowd iting her brother. V. home her mother, Mrs. T. G. Tupman at tn thn rrnublican coriYcnts'on at Lex- family, was suddenly called Monday on acount of the illness of llustonville. ington this morning. John M. Cress, wife and son, of The meeting of the Dixie Rook her fUtor, Mrs. Thomas Inman of the Prenchersville section, attended cih for next Friday afternoon with Fincvillc. the dedicntorv services of the First jjjss Sue Taylor Edgleman has been Baptist church nt Lexincton Sunday. Vailed oft" on account of the illnens of FRIDAY. KLAINK Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hnseldea and i,..r visinr. Mrs. Alfreil Pence. The children, Miss Maiv Hughes. Mrs. next meetinc of the club will be with Remedy For What Is tho Best hathenne Aldrulge. lit::e irtrinla Al- - Mr Hnrrv Hill nn Thurslnv nfter- J dridui mo.ored oev Constipation? aicus'er .noon of next week Hon. J. K. Mount and Banker W. V. Tills Is a Question niked us many timea Sunday und spent the day with Mr. I). Aldridge. and Mrs. H. Champ, of Lancaster, were here at each day. Tho answer is daughters, COurt a little while vesterday. The for- Mrs. K. M. New-lanand I'oroiny ausan nnu i.eme r.uzaocin Irner was talking Aicincsncy 10 nis Newlanil, are in Louisville with .ilrs. friends here. He says he is putting in "Wo guarantt them to be satisfactory Newland's mother. Mr. Newlnnd spent some hard licks for him in his home Sunday with them. loyou. Bold only by us, 10 cents. county. Mr. McChesney speaks in Mr. nnd .Mrs. W. E. Dunn and Mr. I.ancnster Saturday afternoon and at Penny's Drug Stor. und Mrs. J. 11. Hester, of Noblesville, Bryantsville that night. Ind., hae returned home nfter a visit to Mr. and .Mrs. B. C. Sandidgc of ELAINE FRIDAY. the West End. Henry'!!. Garten, sheriff of .Marion county and one of the clercrest men CARTHAGE WOMAN in the State, was here yesterday mingAVOID ling with Col. S. T. Harris and his TELLS HAPPY STORY many other friends. .Mel arty, editor ot tne Harry Mrs. Laura Duko of Carthago, Tenn., Journal, was here yesterday lo hear his favorite, Hon J. V. New- was a lctlm of stomach disorders for man, speak in his rnce for ywernor. several years. Slio lost appetite and weight Dr. By Taking Lydia E. Pink-ham- 's He was accompanied by Jr. F. O. hernight. fell oft. Sua could not rest at Snvder and Harry McCarty, Vegetable Mr. and .Mrs. J esse .Mention and Sbo took Mayr's Wonderful Remedy Grandsons, Terrv and Jesse Hagnn, of just a few doses and Jound herself Compound. Ccibin. Mrs. John Walter and daugh- restored. ter. Miss Mamie, of Lancaster, Mr In fact, Mrs. Duke's recovery was Cleveland. Ohio -"- My left si do and Mrs. W. II. Underwood were tho pained rue so for w vtrnl years that I guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Wilmot 60 rapid bIio was atrald that It could So she waited be only temporary exjK'cwu iu iiuvo i last Thursday. T'i 'j.wtanw !'" sho took tho undergo un otMra-UoRobins, secretary of the Brod- - from September, when John but tho first head Fair which is to be held three remedy, until the following February pass judgment. Then she wrote: bottle I took of days, beginning Aug. 11, was here to "I write jou in regard to your wonLydia E. Pink ham's yesterday in the interest of his entertook derful rtomach that Vegetable Com- prise. He told the I. J. that prospect last September. remedy better Ithan. I I feel exhibition eer gier pound relieved rneof for the best hate iu rho )ears. the pains in my side there, are excellent. "My weight was lC7t pounds: now Mr. W. L. .Mclarty nas remoueieu nnd I continued its 7 I can eat auytnlug I uso until I becurno his home, the Hill place, on East It Is 14 I 'i, and night. 1 would sleep well rogulur nnd free Main Ftreet, making it one of theinmost Kwaat. written before,atbut I wanted to homes tins hao beautiful and from pains. I had eco how I got along." section and has christened it "Maple-wood--J usked several due- as the spacious yard is n grove Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives per-- 1 ton If there was anything ' cou" of beautiful muplc man cat results for stomach, ller and help mo and they said theiu take to V. G. McKinney, who har lots of It.estlnal ailments. Eat uh muili and was nothing Uiat they knew of. 1 am relatives and friends heie, was in whatevor )ou like. No more distress good medicine and from Montgomery, 'AK, Inst week thankful for such a after eating, pressure of gas in the will ulways give it the highest praise. For many years he has had charge of stomach and around the heart. Get ono 7W5 Madison the kagcagu room in the L. & N. debottle bryour druggist now and try It Mm. C. II. GnimTH, pot of fliat city. Mr. McKiniuy went on an'uBsolute guarantee -- if not satis-- ' Ave., Clevelund, Ohio. Lick to visit factory money will be returned. Hanover, Pa.- -" I suffered from fe- from. Stanford to Paiut W. B. -.. n-d St-o-m Personal and Social Mrs. Leria B. Cooke. Mrs. J. H. There were probably 400 cattle om shanks asd Miw Mary Shopherd the market yesterday am! they wore Cooke are visiting Mr. J. II. Owens all sold. There was a brisk demand a homer-e- t. anil the prices were nigh. Most al' Hiss JosephirK! Carpenter isturned were sJd by the head and ome fanhome Saturdav from Sholbwlle. cy prices were realized. Some of the where she Irid been for several buyerslaimed that they were pjyiwg months in school. close to 8c. Mrs. T. W. Pennirtuton and little Henry Murphy, of Mt. Sterling fdnugh'er, Anne ranees, are the bought about 100 rattle during the g'lests of her sifter, Mra. R. W. Kee-ino- day, paying from S2u to $40. He at Harrodshurtr. sold about 40 of them and took the 5li--Margaret Warren, who taught balance back with him. Mr. Murat Columbus, Ohio, last year is nt phy is a strong buyer and is here al home for the summer with her mother most every court. Mrn. Charlotte Wan en. Mrs. W. K. Warner entertained at Dull m County Court. her handsome home on Lancaster Very little was doing in the countv "trect Monday evening in honor of court yesterday. Some routine busiher guests. .Miss Woolfolk, of Lexing- ness was attended to anil the will of ton, and Miss Nell Bourne, of Lan- Mrs. Jnne C. Newell was .probated. caster. Tho evening was indeed a B. F. Hudson and Jesse Doty., both of verv pleasant one. Lancaster, were witnesses to the sigW. S. Fish has gone to Louisville nature of the document, which leaves to undergo another operation. He is her effects to her daughter. Mrs. it St. Joseph's Infirmary and u be- Jese C. Fox. Mrs. Newell had other ing prepared for the ordeal. Some 10 children, but she states that Mrs. Fox months ago he was operated on, but had taken ca're of her in her old nge His his physicians advised another. she thoupht it rieht that she many friends here anil elsewhere hope and Her property should be rewarded. he will stand tnc oneation well anil consists of a small farm and some soon be among them again. in cash and notes. Hugh H. t olycr, of Richmond, was $l,li00 here yesterday mir.rring with the Mrs. E. M. Watts, of Louisville, is democratic voters. Mr. Colyur w one the guest of Misses Bettie and Mnttie democrats in the coun- 'axton. of the best try nnd an excellent gentleman. He ! I n, o iLasWTZu cd&U The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over HCCCNT COMP-- ' SJ " y CASTOR .. A gW ALWAYS XCX33 Bears the Sipr.rturo c f SS aoagmiJ V wr-A- w oO Years VOMK CITV NCVW Army Horses and Mules WANTED! be at Hustonville next Saturday, June 19th, 1915, from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. for the purpose of buying Army Horses and Mules. They must be from 5 to 10 years old; 15 to 16 hands high and weigh from 1000 to 1300 pounds Have your stock in town I will 1-4 made a most favorabble impression Large crowds contnue to gather at here nnd got many pledges of sup- 'Robinson's Big Sale." 48-t- f. port. He went from here to the West End to spend a few days. ELAINE FRIDAY 'Hkeza Liar.' ELAINE FRIDAY 'Hccza Liar.' ELAINE FRIDAY. If You Want To Raise Potatoes Try The July Potato. By Sold at $1.25 per Bushel W.B.Burton LANCASTER, KY. BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J. HOW WOMEN E.T. PENCE, Stanford, Hy. OPERATIONS Jes-ami- n, Our Semi - Annual Sale Is now in Full Blast. We ask you to judge ' ' ," j male trouble und tho pains wero so bad ut times thut I could not yitdown. doctor advised' u severe operation but my husband got moMdki K. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound und I exiwritnced great relief in u short time Now 1 feel like u now person und cun do a hard day's work and not mind it. What joy end happinort it is to 1h- well once more. 1 am nlwuys ready ns d wiilng to btn-aM rs. a goo'd won! for the t'omnound. Aha. WILT, 1W! Stock St. HanoiT. Pn. If there ore any rompllcatluiit. )ou to.LiiSIa I.. do not umlrretauil write(rcjiillilciitlnl) 1'iiiMiaiu airdlclne l'o. 111 licoieiii'd. Ljuu.SIUHS. Your letter uud mismred hy a womun and n-n- his niece, Mis. K. U.V&ds. i. S. . Early, Or. nnd Mrs. M. Wee nnd Mrs. Rice. Mr. ana Mrs. J, XV. t'inrk. Mr. nml Mrs. T. V. Jones. Mrs. E. C. Walton nnd .Misses Marvi Moore Raney ftnd Mary Fxir'y, W. .V j Hays and U'iflrh Koihestcr attended Je Lunches and Cooling Drinks May d this Sale by what we have done in the past. Come and put your money where you will get Satisfactory Returns. the dedicatory services of the Firet, Bnptibt church at Lexington Sun-- held lu strict conlldcuie. ears. have received eope of the Eureka Reportei containing several articles from the doctor's trenchant Jjort. No name is signed but none who have ...... i Mm will iloubt for annn-- ' stant that they are the efforU.oThis fertile brain. r-- m day. Fi lends of Or. Steele Bailev. who has lived iu Utnh for a number of f When In Danville - at SHOP PERFECT (Incorporated) DANVILLE, - SEVERANCE & SON. KY. J The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, June 15, 1915. -- : T THE GRAY ENGINE The Best Gasoline Engine Made. Handy For Farm Use And Simplicity Itself. Call and See It. Warner & Bower, Stanford, Ky. .l I ,i J v ' .... 'BmiWf -- j A Csr of Lehigh Just Arrived We have just unloaded a car of Lehigh Portland Cement at our warehouse. If you are in ths market for cedent this is a chance you cannot afford to overlook. Lehigh is a cement which Rives you the best value, for it is ground to such a fineness that it makes the strongest concrete. IEH HPORTUAND has been used on many of the Largest municipal and paving contracts throughout the country a good test of its reliability. It will give you the best satisfaction in your concrete work. Come in and let us figure on your requirements. FOR SALE BY J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. ,Ji A, R. Matheny sold to Center DUNCAN. Urol, n hunch nf hr(fr nf tv on.l The rain wo have been lowing In 'hnlf cents. this section 1ms helpd evcrythlnR J. Io Duddcrnr bought here Mon- I), o. Lewis of tho Mnlnmt to a grent extent. , A grcnt number of pcoplo from this (10 pounililn n nvcnwri nlnro nttended church nt KitiR'i V fi fo M. ,Vtnon ,n.mbsnntl "t half cents, nc n J Mounlnln Sundnv night. lniiito J. M. Qunil, ff, 5n hORS. if-- ii a Campbell, of Sholbyvillc. Our Sunday hcltool Is proRressIng nt seven cents n pound. V .w'crc lHp successful bidder on n poo nicely nt Vimedc. tni.n .f ,W W'ne' M horo of MOO loml5, nt Ghent, Carroll Mrs. Annn Clark nnd daughter, o't yesterday 100 stock heifer, cow nnd hid wm frlsnds in steer, at $27 to $ 42. They were n June Liver nndfS.OC foJjul'y 5c Ludlow hne been vIsltlnR home last Lincoln. They returned Rood lot nnd wont in n Jiffy. Monday. iliory. , Jones Cres sold hero yesterdny Mr. Eugene Meade entertained nt a S. I'. Stephenson c!icrcit to .In 15 yoRrllnp steers at ; five cow to Yowcll, of Uustonville, 12 lambs that birthday party on Thumlny evening t0 J- - B'.welBhc! t'i pounds nt $7.85 nnd 13 n number of friends who hud tin k;.0.rBD,U,(i',?r?r,?tf$-,irnnnitime. hos that iivcniRed 225 pounds nt sev- Miss Fnntiio Young, of Highland, Charles Oatt. of the McKlnncv en cent. Ho sold him more hons to be section, has n fine nlfnlfn field of delivered lifter July 10 at seven nnd will tench school nt Locust Grovu thi term. Everybody seems to be wel! Ave ncres, from which he cut 10 big one hnlf cents. wfiKon loads n short while iiro nnd W. I). Hanson & Son, of the More- - pleased. Somo boys disturbed Prayer meetwhich Is almost ready to cut nRnin. nnd section, nre entitled to the blue An crr with n corniRnted shell was ribbon us Inmb miser. They deliver- - ing on last Tucsdny night at Grove church by throwing rocks In the Aiyor. the Weit End inroutrni io town ny ,i. m. Uooch, of cu 10 the outside. incar Goshen Saturday. Instead of the buyers, Saturday 01 lambs that aver- - church nnd shooting on none of them shell belnir smooth as n floor, it had aRed 7(5 pounds nt nine and three-i- We nre glad to say that were from Duncan, corrugated effect and presented a quarter cents. Cnn anybody in these Miss Delia Ilennett of Williams-tow- n (Hrriiirs heat that! If so let them mosi peculiar nppenrnncc. is visiting her n.trcnts here. M. Roberts, of Somerset, wns tc" t,,e ' J J. Misses May and Daisy Leach were here as usual yesterday. He mill out K.L.Smith, who was Miss ! rankle Smith Wed- enrly in the morniiiR nnd left for his Hintt, Rockcastle county, herefrom visitors of yesterday nesdny. home. He som io .uurpny, oi .ui. told an I. J. mnti man that he bouirlit Sterling. : , ySS,ln.B V, c'Bht yenrlinir cattle of Will Adrimir Ihe Grentrtt of Rncrt. and n cow IUI Crtt' IU IBM1 .. T, '"" (if K'Mlll nml I1 ilu.m ww I1..11 I r. IvUIHIlMin n iuiiiilll x "" p . .r i.. .11 The contest for the ("nstleton Cup i rviu mi-ii- i r t r smnmira .ionu n . npyes I" mil KiRsby for $5 profit; to J. M. Cress (a beautiful gold trophy) and the ,e 0, iiicmnciiitii.u, of Lnncnster. llallnrii n helfl,. for s;l7ii nml tn $3,000, that go with It, at Lexington & Ijiwsoik Ilrown & KIrsIiv 12 steers at a in October, will probably be the have boiiRht quite n bunch of hoRj in live nnd let live price. greatest race the world ever saw. The A Rood crowd attended the sale of Kentucky T. II. II. me itnsncn section hi the past few days. From J. M. Gooch thev trot Hfi the effects of the Into .1. J. Thnmnuin be congratulated on Association is to its enterprise in which were in prime shape, averaging near Preachersville Thursday and 8 making one of its best stakes for pounds, and paid seven and n is.fnctory prices were realized horses of the fastest class, the IJ fl niinrtpr rnts n nntlnil fur flinm Prnm tlirnnirlmtit lif.u ..I..I.:.... or.n !V I. Gooch they boURht half n doz- - pounds lit ought S7.2G; cows sold at they nrefor the entries nre such that certain to draw an immense 5 Jen ncniRinR 200 pounds, at seven. $80 to $105; horses nt $00 to S125: attendance from all parts of this nnd a quarter cents and a counle of several blnrlc sti.ors o1il country nnd Canada. They would at the same weight from J. K. Gooch nt at $75; corn brought $3.51, fiirming tract people from Europe but for the the same figure. (implements nnd household nnd kit- - war. The entries are: The Anvil George I), lloone, the Ottenheim c,lcn furniture sold well. A splendid Ettmvn 2:0:i feter Volo . . lllllAl. I l l.-- i f n.....t 0.T n in fCI Lee jwmmomi lasi coun ,,,v "" fvinu, A.. i.,. tl. ....... T...I iiuiuui; Peter Scott 2:07 iMiiuvr, Khy- Axworthy 2:08:. loan 2:01 day anil solil 23 livnil of mixed cat- - lne raleJ tie nt from $21 to $40 a head. He! Ross It. 2:01 thmell 2:0 bought a bunch of 112 pound hogs' Clair They Did It Accidentally. ; Star Wnter 2 :0.": May .Mack 2:04 from J. C. Hunillev. npnr O. K.. nt siv Unghton II 2:05- Joe Will, Ilurch and Hichard .Veuve! 2:05 lttll lrffc4n hll!a ft.tfe.t H linil Margaret Druien 2:05 . . .' . .. w .. ll 1I..I llmti.hmnn i !..... Malcolm Forbes 2:08: Peter McCorJ. i ook, wno iiouctit the ' old l'ctrcv "", ,"',' ";"v place, soulth of Ottenheim. be bought were arrested by Chief 15. I), (alter mack, 2:08 Sir Harvester 2 2 J 2S head of mixed cattle at $2H a head: on .the. charge "f brcakinR the glass from Ed Gooch. of Crab Orchard. Mr. I"1'10 rro,,t window of aptit church, lloone purchased 12 mixed sheep for T1,e' confessed that they did it. but Yes Many People $45; from Chas. Untap. near Otten- - 'churned that it wns purely accidental, liavo told us tho same story distress heim, he got 14 stock hogs nt seven The police judge, Dr. K. L. Davidson, cents a pound: and a couple of 110- - told them they could hae the gins t iuii't iaiiuf .iiivo, nuuiiuuui i j pound porkers fron. Ernet Stickler, replaced, but if they failed todo so, Dyspepsia nt seven fonts. Doe .Indgctt sold the he would send them all to jail. Ihey Tablet promised to repair dnmnges. snme buyer a bull for $25. I Farm and Stock News -- - ' All Blood Asimitliiie Disorders 7 i' Quickly Driven Away Rttulh With ihe Greafesf Uttd Purifier Evsr Ditcovtrcd. f ."! 1 .cn n i v-- wit-20- frec-for-nl- l, Strc nglli, PimiT, Accomplishment arc nil TypHled In S. S. S. Bom t.lwxl Olsnnlfrs l.ccrme ilfciJy rllmlnnteil from their pressneo. roolcil In the RlanilK nml tixues. nnil tlio Then, too, H. H H tins such spcellto mistake Is nmilc of rrsnrtlnR to itrnsllc stlmulntlon on thee loent cells n to Those- only nKKrnvuto by cnuslnit renn lliclr imilunt welfnnt nnd a proper other nnd worso troubles, A nmt of ieo relatUo nsstatnneo to ich oilier. Me know this to tv true. They know In n cry brief tlmn H, 8. H. has the Irom I)nnfll 0,tri,.n(.0 rr (instructive uriK-esn umler ciintrol To wt rlclit ilon into where the blood Hint rrninrknbln cbunees ore nbsevcl All 8 H. S Iho creuteat eruptive places henl. mjnlrrl.nn pnins and is vltlaic! McMxl inirlilrr ever illtrovercl. Hrhes lmo itlMpiieamt. nml from he-ito This remiirknMo remeily contains one foot there In n ctniwluu sctmntlon of Ingredient, tho nitlv tiurpoan nf wlikh Is henlth. tn stlinlitiitu tlio IImiios Io tho lieullliy I'roin tho fnrt that R. H H Is purely nelectlnn nf Its own rmentUI nulrlnicnt ii tHitaiilial repnrnlion, It Is tif nml the mnllcltiHl rlnnents of this indlrli Ihe wisihett slunmiti nml hnn itrent tnnla ur less blotxl 1'iirlllcr nre Just ns cmemlal to' lnnutnro. rol nnoItsiimp or ilruxs Ask well iMlanroil henlth ns tho nutritious minimi. In umd In preimmllon ulxl fur H H. P anil Insist ui'ti havlns It elements nf the tnc its. fts An.1 If yui itcuo nKllltiil mli o upon nny KUKnrn nf nur dully food Mot only this, but If from the presence mnttur com i 'n In k the blo .1 ntxl nktn of some illMurlilng pslson thero U write to Tho Swlrt Pncclflc Co., 103 Swift er genenil Interfercnro nf nutrition ! I n. I it. Atlnntn (la I Hi nut itlluw mini cnuo Iwlls, rnihum les. nt "test's unit r ilous clerk to Inrrup tho atmoiplicro In ktnrtrdl troubles, f 8 8 s . direct the I'lmiitcnce over something "Jut n koo1" local tells that this pouon la rrjvcteil and ns S, S. 8, Ilruarii of nil cuuntcrfrlts. I r'iln i! 4 tl lix-.- il 2:-0- 2 J; l; FARM FOR SALE! On Wednesday, June lfitli, 1915, at 11 A. M. The Stephenson Fnrm will be aold by public outcry on the premises, situated two miles North of Burgin, on the Danville and Shnkcrtown pike and the Q. & C. railroad. The farm consists of 445 acres of land which lies well, is in a good state of cultivation, and is exceptionally well supplied with pure stock water, running from two unfailing springs. It is in one of the best wheat, hemp and tobacco sections of Central Kentucky, and will produce a splendid yield and quality of the above named crops. The improvements consist of a beautiful frame dwelling, cellar and porches, furnace-heated throughout, built in 1915, a large, well, planned stock barn, large recently buit tobacco barn, and all necessary outbuildings, fruit and shade trees, all of which make it a very attractive home. The farm will be offered in three tracts and then as a whole 215 acres with the improvements, 150 acres unimproved fronting the road and railroad; 80 acres with good frontage on Danville and Shaker-tow- n pike. Terms liberal which will be given on day of sale For further information call on W. B. Nelson, Lexington, orG. M. Ballard on the premises. W. B. NELSON, Agent, Lexington, Ky. two-stor- i 4 I I 1 T ,,,',,,, 3-- 4; 1. (PAID ADVERTISEMENT) ticfurc nnd nftcr each meal will relieve Nou. Sqjd only by us 25c. Penny's Drug Store. KENTUCKY TAXPAYERS, WHICH DO YOU WANT? WEST VIRGINIA State Wide Prohibition Paralyses the State. Higher Taxes Worse Conditions. Kentucky Facts an Figures. WHO PAYS THE TAXES? at.... All All All All All TENNESSEE Six Years of State Wide POSTED Trunk Cordlcr, Will Corditr II. ('. H:iui.'hm:in, (lottlieb ItfiiUo, J S. Hi.ckcr. S T. ihirris, .liu--di Clan t'er, .Mrs. Jlattie IIcwe, Ji.bn f. .Nnderson. J. Fnink Smith, Ifnbcri Hoehn, M. D Klmore. .Mr vf The WARFIELD 36621 Trinl 2i24 stallion will make the season at my place near .McKin ney nt the low price of $10 TO INSURE LIVING COLT. I vfll a!s.o make the season with m fine j'iuhi: jnck. This well-know- Prohibition Bank- n rupts State. More Crime Than Ever Before. e Brigham Young The West Virginia Legislature con- vened In Mny, the second time this year, to consider tax questions made necessary by a shortage of revenues to pay the current, expensos of the State.proThe inauguration of State-wid- e hibition, last July, cut oft $650,000.00 of revenues heretofore available. . At the close of the fiscal yaar, Sep- $ fa. if V) . 'X I. 1 l yar: the State had u surplus In the treasury of $5'J2.475.39. The Governor estimated that on July 1, 1915, there would be a deficit of clocks, jewelry, gold and fund law was suspended, and pa) merits $024,000.00, not counting $850,000.00 of All diamonds, watches, silverware, paintings, musical instruments, old appropriations not expended. on tho State debts stopped. Tho Legislature, at the May special and libraries are assessed at 2,902,f 35.00' The pres-en- t Legislature found thst session, increased the tax rate in the Stato 40 per cent to make up the de- $31,387,000.00 is the capitalization of Kentucky distilleries and tl,"re was R dendt ln stat0 "venues ficit in revenues caused by the Statenotes have breweries, according to the last Federal Census. "f '22.ooo.oo. short-timwide prohibition system. S42.493.56d.00 is the assessed value of Whisk v in TI. S. Rnndoii been given to cover that deficit, the For lack of funds. Governor Hatfield Warehouses, in Kentucky, on which State andj8ame t0 he converted into vetoed appropriation bills amounting to $58,608.09. Among the vetoed apbonds next July. This will Increase county taxes are paid. propriations are tho following: $19,250,000.00 is the assessed value (approximately) of proper-- 1 th bonded indebtedness of tho stute ties used in the distilling and brewing industries t0 a total ol Ji2.soo.ooo.oo. Transportation of prisoners and and liquor trade in Kentucky, not including any! Taxes hao been largely increased, extradition of criminals, $3,000.00 a year; 'T1'e State Manufacturers' Association. 'part of items given above. Girls' dormitories and agricultural $0,500,000.00 is the amount paid out annually in Kentucky by;ln 1914 stated in its report on Taxa buildings, State University, don: distilleries for grain. ;4zyu,WU.0U is paid annually for wages and salaries by Ken. Stato Industrial Home for Girls "There is a tendency throughout (buildings and landa), $10,000.00 for tucky distilleries and breweries. the State to increase taxes on an next year; already overburdened peoplo, both J $2,405,000.00 is paid annually for coal and barrels by Ken- -' uy constant increase of tho assess Normal Schools' (buildings and tucky distilleries and breweries. merit as well as the rate" land), $80,000.00 a year; $000,000.00 annually is paid to Kentucky Banks in interest1 K.inltirli,m TuhnrnilnHlft Statu slnce that rePrt was mai,B tho t buildings and land). siB.ooo.oo a to $900,000.00 by Kentucky distilleries and breweries. 30, 1911, i ' e $100,-000.0, tember pro- Tennessee has had State-widblbltlon for six years. live stock of all kinds in Kentucky horses. Before the prohibition law went into mules, cattle, hogs, sheep, etc., are assessed effect. 10 per cent of the revenues o' at $52,14S,G37.00'the State were applied to paying off mines and mineral products are assessed at 1,473,053.00 the State debt, as provided by law, stocks, merchandise, etc., are assessed 31,148,282.00! thereby rapJUly discharging it. Since manufactured articles are assessed at 3,304,419.00 prohibition deprived the State of larfie agricultural products and farming implements reenues from tases on the raanufac- (tools) are assessed at 2,514,349.00 turers of liquors and beer, the sinking AT 58 TO INSURE. He is of the old Hubble stock nnd a great individual. See him beforc you breed. S. M OWENS, McKinney, Ky. '' . A Fine Draft Stallion AND A UKhAP SHETLAND I have arranged with S. 11. Haugh-ma- n to stand his black draft stallion TO THE PUBLIC. BLACK JOE which sired the colts which sold nt his I represent the largest nnd best sale Inst fall nt prices that made evclothing house in this erybody take notice. He weigh. 1,500 country IM V. 1'rjce & Co., Chicago pounds, is n big- honed 111. My experience in measuring and and :i dandy. Will make the season nt directing the muKing of yuur clothes, . my fnrm in Somerset pike nt $10. iiiu the ailMiniage over one who ENRIQUE is not n practical tailor. It you will I will aNo stand the registered give me your order I will promise winner Knrinue. the hest Shet you n square deal. You will get tho land pony stallion in this part of the A'orth of your money, either in the state, nt $10. See both of these beforc 'hcapest grades or the higher priced. you breed. My SI'ItlKG and SUMMER line of Will nlso stand n young jnck t ample are now ready for your serve n few mares at $8. Cs.ll nnd let me show you. M. S. BAUGHMAN, Stanford. Ky. H. C. RUPLEY. th. Prncticnl T.ilos made-to-order four-year-ol- d, blue-ribbo- n Mrs. (ieorgc I launch and Joseph Hopper, aged nnd respected citizens of rulnski county, died Inst week. cfFL.ruOfxFfP i BHHHH 1 il ! Stove Burns Oil Or Gasoline Detroit Vapor Stoves "Work Like Gas." Simply light the burner and put your cooking on at once juit like a city gat Move. You have a hot smoke, lew Are right from the dart. Of all tovet that we know of a long at we have been in buiineit, we believe tke "DETROIT VAPOR" .toy. t4, best made. We invite you to call nt our tore to tee them and we will give you an illutlrated booklet describing ihete ttovet in full detail. ' State hospitals (buildings and land), $35,000.00 n year; Public Service Commission, $60,- 000.00 a year; Mining extension work, State University, $10,000.00 a year; Chll contingent fund, $20,000.00 for current year; Rewriting and rebindlng Auditor's records, $5,000.00 a year; Protection of forests and propaga-- ! tion of fish and game, $10,000.00 a year; Prevention foot and mouth disease, $5,000.00; i la uiuukiii iiiiu xvuiuucKy in uanK Clear- am.uai ances oy tne distilling ana brewing industries. $921,254.15 is the amount paid in taxes in Kentucky by the distilling and brewing industries in 1911!, as given by statements from the State Auditor's ofiice. This sum is more than the combined taxes paid on all the merchandise, coal mines, oil wells, live stock, agricultural products, and manufactured products in the State. State-wid- e prohibition wi destrov entirelv. for purposes, these sources of revenue. Other property must then be taxed heavier to make up that loss. t1 can nnn nnn m v.wv.vw.w n u . - . , - . , , I'pUIature ,ia8 ' t.ix.-itin- n ' Stato year; Repairs militia and fund, $65,000.00 a Institution, $5,000,001 Ilotol Inspector, $1,562.50; State Colored Orphans Homo (buildings and laud), $3,000.00 a yodr; improvements, State yer, Stato Librarian, $500.00 a year; Point Pleasant monument, $2,500.00 year; King's Daughters and city hospitals, $10,000.00 u year; Inspectors, $4,000.00 factory a Since the adoption of prohibition, violations of the liquor laws have WHO IS WILLING TO PAY THESE EXTRA TAXES ? enormously. Bootleggers are And what will we get ? Conditions similar to those in Ten-nessbusy nil ovur the State. On the first day ot Mny, 1914, before prohibition and West Virginia, and we will drive out of the State our went Intu effect, there were 39 pris- largest taxpaying industries. oners in the county Jail at Charleston, Nothing will be gained for temperance. Counties can vote tlM capital of the State. On the first or My, 1915, there were 92 pris- - themselves as "dry" under the present law as. State-wid- e prohii4y la tbe same Jail. bition could make them. present. If Live Stock is made to pay it, that class of property must be taxed three times what it is at present. If Railroads are to pay it, their assessment must be doubled. If Mining Property is required to pay it, their assessment must be increased to more than 100 times what it is now. ee If Farm Lands are compelled to pay it, the tax on farms must be 50 per cent more than at , ' Assessment Act. increasing many klnug ot tax boa 40 t0 10? per cent lhe en,lro tax bu""den being nearly twlce Hhat ft was before prohibition ent ,nt0 effect- In 190?- - the ycar beforc state-widprohibition was adopted, tho cost of criminal prosecutions in Tennessee was $158,000.00. According to official figures submitted to the Legislature that has Just adjourned, $342,000.00 was expended for criminal prosecutions last year. This shows an of nearly 100 per cent lu crlmo ln six years under prohibition, The city of Nashville recently issued bonds for $337,000.00 to cover a deficit caused largely by the operation of the prohibition law. The other largoeitim of the Stato are In a similar financial e fta Pasd a new Revenue W. H. HIGGINS. In the midst of the day's hard wmk; when the body wearies and the mind logs then you need 'The original hammtr-proef Jkk For it is refreshing, invigorating, stimulating. It sweeps away fatigue of mind nnd body and niakx-- your work seem easier and your hours shorter. 3 W M condition, duo to tho same caused. In Tennesseo, prohibition has not helped the taxpayer, nor has It Improved moral conditions. Kxactly tho reverse has been tho result. Largo numbers ot extra officeholders, and greatly Increased oxpensos for their Here. There. Everywhere! ;AtIbulsRporDoUlea! When you're tired just say, "PARFAY." and TAXES HAVE DOUBLED. support and tor prosecuting violations ot the law, are tho inaiu features of present conditions. Blind tigers, bootleggers and bare taken tho place of law. ful, rogulated liquor tralllc; thero has boon a steady Increase In all crimes; moral standards havn hnn Imn r. ' moon-shilling KNOCK ALL YOU WANT TO You will fimJ it takes moro than a hummer blow to make u floor fluke, chip or powder. We have pieces of wood ut our store finished with Varnish come in und try the hammer on them. Also get our prices (hi Groceries, We can save you money. MISS ANNIE PHILLIPS Chl-Nttm- Lancaster Bottling Work, "Exclusive Distributors, I Lancaster, Ky. DR. J. G. CARPENTER Office in Lincoln County Notional Dank Building Eye, nose, throat, car, Gen-eturinary, rectal, pelvic diseases, surgery, consultations. Eyus skillfully o, tested, glasses scientifically LOST prescib-el0-3j- d. n T Howard for Rear license tug No. 0401. return to this office. 43tf . ' i -- ,' v , Jl'lafeMA&kr ' ,: v.. JW. ,. . , .. , ,,,fcvfti. nL J- -