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The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, June 18, 1915. THE LATEST WAR NEWS. Deaperale Encounters Alone the BalticItalian Submarine Sunk. Nothing 1ms developed In Gallcia to stem the advance toward Lembcrg of the Austro-Gormaforcos, nnd Berlin claims that the Russians ntc retreating over their own frontier, moaning an invasion of Russian territory nt n new point. Dispatchos state that the Itnllnn outposts hnvc arrived In sight of Trieste. A series of tlosnerntn encounters Is described by the French War Ofllcc to the north or Arras, ulong the battle front in France. Shells to the num ber of 300,000 were poured into the ranks arid trenches of the Germans. nnd nt various points the contending torces lought with bnyonct anil grenade. The French have carried sev eral lines of trenches, and ndvunccd in all directions toward Souchuz. On the nuvnl side of the war an Austrian submarine has sunk the Italian submarine Medusa, and an unofficial report from Athens credits n llritih underwater boat with sending to the bottom in the Dardanelles three Turkish transports loaded with troops. A Germnn submarine hag sunk the British coasting steamer Tralfonl olf the Welsh const nnd sent the steamer Turnuell into Mil ford Haven badly damaged. n Thli Piper Stopi Whea Tear Tint Wtek the Cite Oi Libel Renew Your Subieript'oa Promptly Is up Tuesdays and Fridays McCHESNEY IN WEST END BIGGEST AND BEST VOTE OFFER OF THE CONTEST CLOSES MONDAY NIGHT Latt I.should do no before next Monday Chmicn to Tak e Advantage of:ntir)it fur- vmir iTntirlti, will i,m..i. iL vote ... TU!. ............. If-- ...... M snuucenieiu nrlln ()P ,e U, ct mily V()tes 0 y,,ur aubscriptioii ns (die rnn between lion, for Nevei 'Again Will You He l)ow , U next Monday night. Aide to Let at Many Votrt on Your li...... ..,.1 n,.. ....... ...r - .. ""T SubscriptionsThis li Guaranteed la lie the Biggest and Hut Vote Offer of tlie Contest and Upon Your Effort Between Now and Monday Night May Depend Your Success at the Cloie, FRIENDS, YOU ARE NEEDED Subscribe or Renew Your Suhscrlp. tlon Hefnre Next Monday Night for Now It the Time Your Subscription Will Hrlug Your Favorite the Motl Votes Don't Wail Until Later but Hand In Your Subscription at Once Subscription to Win. Monday, Your favorite Will Need Your lint subscribe or renew your suhscrin tlon nt once anil hand the votes to your favorite. Cnnleit Closes July 17lh. The Interior Journal' Big Travel Tour and Price Content will close Saturday, Jully 17th mid the I) lev; est and liei-- t vote offer of the inn test closes next Monday night, Juno 21st at 9 o'clock After that time the votn schedule wil take n moot decided drop nnu continue lower during the balance of the content. New Subscriptions, 1 17.8(H) years vote $10.00 UI.'I.'JOO years 8.(10 voted yours yearn yearn yearn. (ID, 10(1 !... !. I. w y pm Hang, the circus showman gnve a fairly creditable exhibition at Yose-mit- e Friday. hand for the republican convention, sistencies and contradictions in the shown nt the Knitrhts of Pvthina Fnie Will Tnpscott, bookkeeper at the unuer ticn. .uorgin. Normal service was resumed by the Peonies Bank at lliiatnnv-Mli- . begins mi sitrface and elevated lines In Chicago and then tells the story briefly ns fol testimony and affidavits a of Jim Con- - which days. Aug. 18, and continues down Sumlav to e home folks. ley, a negro, who served prison term three The first Is a Wednesday niter ar irbiiratinn airrse-me- lows: Among the men prominent in the as an accessory after the murder. He of $100, which is divided colt stake Miss Ktelln Jones wau, thrown out into five Inn ii'.- - per'..- - o. liquor industry of Kentucky, who of a buggy near Klixir Springs SunConcly's slorepeatedly always interesting .eircsent i'ivc " omns. fo meilv a were present at the Republican State asserted an invention that his own mind- moneys This is the goodan amount day afternoon and had her collarbone ry was ring and with of staunch superior of W. J. Pryan. ha convention Tuesday or within touch broken. to divert suspicion from him- - fered in premiums, it should this year a sta"iint the of the convention and its movements Lincoln WelN. A. A. Land. Robert urpass all other. The next stake is for were as follows: "iiyrann and Kditor Henrv Thnmn President his full support. lake the name of Leo Frank out saddle sbilhons, mare or Ashland will have a handsome stone followed the show up from Liberty, Lawrence Reichert. renrescntini? of this case." declared Howard, "for- - any age, nnd for this $500 is geldings, hung up, nnd seemed to onjoy the exhibition as Federal building instead of the brick fthe Frank Fehr Brewing Company, of get all that has passed in the last two divided into six moneys. The third .structure for which plans had been i.uuisviue. though they had never seen it. years, give me a puunc mind mat Is n H ror harness stallions, mares 6r J. ('. Coulter bought a carload of prepared by the Treasury Departrcpre John Klocker, the clean slate and nut this case in any lines, nnd the ntirs.. t sor.o .uin, lambs of various parties at seven and ment. ledemann Brewing C ompany, of county in Georgia nnd I will acquit .rnonoys. The entries to each of these Dr. F. W. Hinitt, formerly prcti-den half cents. He also bought of V. T. votes will he given on all old sub.ll'lwtt ..,,.UwvUuU,hUuUuiiiiiubi. itiosu on jui.v i si. nre now of Central University, Dai ville, Wilson nnd others several fat hogs at scriptions turned in before the o Dick Dehoney. representing Her However declared that by the testi- - oming In nnd lots of entries exnect- tiujm are was installed as mosnlont of Wash. s six and above date and hour. The schedule cents. ..imtBBCB me n. c - '.u Huimi uie note sen cays. Those " "";l-t";""' Dr. J. W. Beagle began his pastor- hgton nnd Jeffcrn.i College at Wash ers land distitlers, of Louisville. published on this page Includes all o HOW THEY STAND TODAY ord showed Alary Pnagan was not in (wishing entry blanks shoulcl uite to o Following is the standing of ate of the Baptist church here by ington, I'n. extra votes. hit ur. iu r.. ii. luvior .v the pencil factory at the time the 'the secretary, who will frward them o of the contestant The sentence of ten years 'nnd ten bons. distillers, of up to Fri- preaching Saturday evening, Sunday Subscriptions sent by mail wilt prosecution contended Frank killed) by return mail. Bear in mmd the Frankfort. o day, Juire 18th, 1915. Pin morning ami night. His discourse Sun-dn- y days given Lonnie Kelly in tho Madi be accepted and counted under this Harry Meyers, of morning was on the subject of son Circuit Court for killing Walder nized representativeCovington, recog- her. He also declared tne record show- - stakes close July 1st. big vole offer If mailed from any o votes together or place in on- i of the not. uiai me gin o velopes before depositing in "Lore" hiuI was listened to with the Knmtzer was affirmed l vthc f.m.rt people in the House at Frankfortliquor Frank's office M nan limo arrived at postnffice and the envelope contain, tho Pnlo,. ;.. last To Vote cr. 'Bond Issue. o the bnllnt bov. Vote may be of Appeals. greatest interest. ng the subscriptions is postmark-- d winter and their loader on the floor. his testimony had said he already'had The I. J. stated Tuesday that tho R. ('. Terrill. commissioner of pub-1K- clipped from thu James Wall had an nnnointinent in they or not later than 9 p. m June 21st. Wood G. Dunlap, of the Old Popper disposed of the body. people of this county would likely spak at Yosemite SHtunkiy and a few roatls urges the county judgos of Distillery, of Lexington. This Kites contestants living nt a o are givea frw on lioth old uml have the opportunity of voting on Ask for anxious ones garnered to hear him, the 14 counties which nsk for Stntn distance an equal chance with those o new Miliitrription. Under the comnlcc domination of KIDD'S STORE. a bond issue for the improvement and but from some cauw; he did not show Jiid to begin work at the earliest pos- i.tes when paying your sub- living close to Manford for they o the lienor interests of the State and Henri le Mll-- " IS rinmp from Itnrnn mnintnminnn nf rniilo rtn.i U ,.. J.Li ... ..t.v, ".....v up. Mr. Wall is makijig an aggressive ami.- - inuineni. vv v. sii.H.Tmui t HuSHLIlL . .. . . . .. ,. I i i an work right up until the latt o seiption. u"t lielore its pri - lor tne summer vacation. in its prediction. The fiscal court fight for the lienuhlirnn nnminjtti.m Kli Head, a necro chnnfuiir o hour before the close of the big Mayor u. U. btagg, of this place met yesterday and on motion of taken from his home nml whipped ),;. lnaO' ior uovernor. .ir. lien .. ttrun- lor uenresentative . nit liov. I' It tote offer and then mail in the 0000000 0 nml daughter, Airs. T. L. Carpenter, Squire Fields andseconded by Squire Hatchett says, he has the raue won to marked men, who.,.claimed that he had , ,Lou.,iV'IIe' haying withdrawn nt subscriptions from their local Morelnnd, Ky. 1. ...... I. ii.ic iu.il iimiun; uiiuu vuiiii'Muiin jasi "i me iiuss uuuus, got oacK irom ;ietrey, an election was ordered called start with ntul we believe the parson llrit'llll inn iii4tir ictMCTirVi "ii'uii Itlu 11 n I .yd in Woddle Mis "epuoiicnn party oi n.en- - .uoniiceiio last aaturuay. ine aston- - to vote on the issuance of $130,000 0.180 thinks so. The Republican platform cin'on-'I,- ' Alia- - Anna S. Reynold'; presented by more than ishing growth of the capital of the in bonds. The whole court" favors 138.67-f- i ft,,Pkv' Herbert Bens.n nnd Varnie and lion i.r I.rMiigt.ii in fnv Miss OlgH Myers the continuance ofthe present countv! Vv"5.."cI'Ka,es1'n 'ession at the Ben mountaiiTblucgrass county sjnee their he bond issue and if there are enough 10f,02r. Clarence Moore went up to Just until 1) o'clock next AMndny de- - former visit and evidences of up-t' a petitioners fnvoring the preposition Ti,H7ri night, June 211 nnd ilien the big Miss Prudence Ferrell one night last week to take unit law und the submission to the . tre' """Pted clnnng in favor of the continuance of date, profitable farming almost con- - Ithe election will h held nn Rnnt- iq McKinney, Ky. their first lessons xi roller skates. neonle of a wnmnn'a nfc-n,,Triple Vote (WTor the HKiGKST Aliaa Ruth Cocking the present county unit law, after itVinced that emigration from Alons i The court will issue a card to tho pub to the State Constitution. AND IIKST Vote Inducement of the 10,.l2o They returned at u late hour nnd be- in wit in the next few days nnd it will ria,07.i gun the use of liniments nnd other the conviction of W. K. Clark, of had rejected amendments offered by toelii 'Alountain of Heaven) is n mis-Hi- e eontoat will come to a close. Doesn't Alia Ruth Tanner Mian Mary Lois Gnnn appear in our Tuesday s issue Wait for a Beted pmil i.iti- - nidge r.uwnrii i lay u Kear. or rrank- - tune it trmko you feel a hit panicky when lfi.tno balms neceasnry in cases of bruises ItopKinsville. and they hope to be able for business Unircy with a girl under 10 vests old. fort, providing for the submission to' Clay White, confused by the hub-- , and rend it before making un vour Crab Orchard, Ky. you atop and think of it. Wouldn't prohibition tmb of this center has returned to the mind on the imnnrtnnt mmetinn JaliH Brown, you like to hare back Mime of that Mi iofi,r,7ri again in a few days. Thev wore fear- nas ueen set uside li the Coi: of Ap- the people of n state-wid- e ioat limit, (hut vim !..tn 86,ll2r. ful that they would have to face a peals on the gro'inl thnt the evj.'ence amendment and the making of the humdrum of Sun Frisco. wlmn .Mian .Mary Gainer shipment of liquor into local option Roy Alays is expected home from Out On Parole . you might have linn getting three J"M 1'"a I"1'-10,17f suit for damage to the building but as the her age was not conclusive. Mr. Houchin on examination found Green in time to assume The Kentucky Ice .Manufacturer's territory for sale a felony and amend- Bowling Less Gregory, who was convicted Hustonville. Kv. vote ror one. But time and tide wait some three or four venra mfn of ihn 128,32r. that the structure had not been injur- Association, in session at Danville. ments offered by Dr. Ben L. Bruner, presidency of a country academy. for no niHii and time in iu llight has Minn Roberta Blain Jones Baughman was here and nt charge of wiMful and malicious shoot. elected W. S. Glore. of Danville, pres- of Louisville, one urovidini? for the 1(19,075 ed. never bHn known to take a backward Miss Margaret Allen giving to the' Governor of power to our southern suburb on the river, ing nnd given one to five vears in ident; Vice president. Ben F. Stone, ioo,97r) stretch. And since this he so, you Miiui Christine Georgetown; Secretary. D. E. Bryant remove .Mayors and Sheriffs for the stocking up merchants with seeds of the pen, and for robbery at the same ( Gilbert i Creek, Ky. BEE LICK. can only make the best of matters. of the laws in their July potatoes big as goose eggs time was given from two to ten years, 8,32fi Make up for lost time, do the best Miss Kmma iloltzclnw .Mr. J. II Cordial is doing n good Danville; Treasurer, T. B. Satterwhite cities or counties nnd the other en- some of them. That strain of spuds has been paroled by Gov. AlcCreary. Lexington. . you can to recall those wasted mo- Miw N'ell Buck S.550 business. The Court of Anneals has refused dorsing the principle of nationwide has become immensely popular since Gregory, with others, held up and Kingt Mountain, Ky. menta by redoubling your elTorts now. W. K. Taylor sold two sows and 14 to mandamus the City Council of prohibition. uie oumper crop last year when snot .Messrs. Hattield nnd Ballard, Mies Grace Thompson Hurry 107,850 pigs for $38. Workl Hustle equivalent of bushels of bacco raisers of the Highland section, Ihe plauorm also contains a plank inchester to issue renewal of liKy. W. A. Owens is still tenchinir a sini- Stanford, You have until It o'clock next censes to liquor dealers pending their favoring the submission of an amend- - standard sorts planted was harvested. , who were returning from Danville, MONDAY NIGHT tn Kiciir th thou. Mrs. Walter Jones 158.725 ing school at Gum Sulphur. our most interesting reporter, where they had sold their tobacco. Air. K. AI. Klder sold n horse to Al. appeal to the United States Supreme ment nrovidini? for wnmnn suffr!i,. 1IH1,075 .. . sands of extra votes given under this 'J"" r'va Rankin . or Court of the recent "dry" victory in to the ' people " the state. Judge O- - Ksquire Tom Benson, who keeps Atid. The case created a great excitement 12,775 Ion Owen.- -. Price unknown. mammoth Inducement. Make the M'NI Patiuiicc Calmeno Rear made an earnest and vigorous dleburg so conspicuously on the map at the time and soldiers were brought Air. Casper Owens was thrown from Clark county. 1 ('.9.975 Miller Bar.Iey most of this short time for on what Mrs'" ' The Republicans in the State con- nlca for his amendments, saying that refreshed his admiring constituency here to prevent the work of a mob, Bessie Clay Fr.rris 150,875 his horse nnd sprained his leg. you do in the next couple of dnvs he had been criticized for advocating here by a brief halt to investigate which it was reported, had formed Air. and Airs. Jim Albright, of vention made quite a fuss over W. S. (i(i,950 may dejiend your success on July 17. M'N' Hessie Peek. expansion, aldcrmanic j for the purpose of taking Gregory former Bull these amendments with Senator Beck- municipal Minnie Scott, RYou mny need just three or four sub- - M' 107,125 Snaketown, visited at John Todd's at Lawwill. of Danville, Aloose State chairman. He is strong ham because the latter was a demo- methods nnd shake hands with friends and others out of jail and venting 11,725 Quail. ni Farmer, ecriptions to win the very prhe you "' Come often Squire. Air. K. AI. Klder says that wheat for Alorrow for Governor nnd he has crat and pointing oat the fact that their wrath on them. Waynesburg, Ky. deairo. You should take advantage up former Aloose associates for many of the mcmbci of that rnnvr.n. A Dig delegation of C asev and Rus-- ! 8t,f75 harvest is irow here and he seems to linedSomerset of overy opportunity to secure votes Miss. Cora Singleton the sterling boosters (highwaymen) Hon were advocating, in urging the st' take it hard. man. Deserve Credit For Their Work Miss Soslna Munrie 29,550 durinit the next couple of days. Air. W. R. Brown, or Louisville, was Out of courtev to Senator Ollie Al. adoption of the platform as submitted ,WP? (iashed through town last week A friend of the young ladies tells 'Mi.-Mary Wnrriner 1.1,825 Catb Your Promitet. Wlth bie disregard of speed limit de-- I an I. J. representative that Aliases Go after nil those friends who have Mi,w Mabel Wright." l I.WG out last week to see about his farm .Tunics, the Preii lent li.s allowed him the fume measures advocated by Hen- -' to name the pos'maUer rt i'is home ry Watterson and Owsley Stanley and tached a squad on return to rejoice Sallie Gooch, Cora near Ottawa. M'- - Salem, Ky. hver Single- promised to help you before the con- Air. JaW;son with confident assurance of the ton were the training committee of Scott's daughter, of town, Alnrivi. The Tues the Wholesale Liquor Dealers' Asso-J"- s Nannie McKinney 14.1,20(1 test closes and get their subscrip- Highway. Contnuul rains and !the Sunday School rally that was giv- Louisville, U visiting her grandfather, day nppoit a postMm'tvr of Mar- ciation nnd Bonfcrrt's Wine nnd Splr Dixie DISTRICT NO. 2 tions at once. Tell them about thel W. AI. Scott. ion. Jesse Hlivw, - ho was iccnmmend-e- d its News, and the siloon keepers of half grown fields of corn which have j en at the Baptist church at Waynes-Kentuckbig vote offer and tlh faut that by Laacatter, Ky. Air. Klliert Klder and family visited by Senator James. Judge O'Reur declared !10t had a furrow plowed since plant- - (burg and that they did excellent work, giving you their subscriptions now. .'"" Morence IMwes K9.975I ,AIr. and Mrs. Bud Stringer, that, using the right he conceded to mir are secondary themes. The unnni- - The children under their n.imfnl of Quail According to tho appraisers' you will be able to secure thousands Miss Stella Comgly 151,825 baturday night. "one blind horse of no value what- others to select their associates, he mjty of boosters for the road is equal- - training acnuittcd themselves with (1,225 oi iree votes, .lust lliinK what this Miss Kate Hamm, RAirs. Klder, nly y the contemptuous refer-- : great credit. big vote offer means to you. A new .Miss Lillie Jones 5,850 it Airs. Jacob Taylor of Brodhead. vis- ever" was the only livestock possessed preferred to consort with Beckhnmied W. K. and Airs. Klbcrt by Rankin Clemmona, a millionn.'re rather than the Democrats, he hadl""003 to Bill Bryan, the quitter and 5.I1R0 Klder last week. one year subscription now brings Airs. Stella Perkins the terrible by disillusioned Neuralga Paint Stopped. farmer of Fayetf-- j died named who were so unaNimously nndiTeddy, 7,225 12.200 ot.v where under the regular .Miss Lillie Alay Sutlrni Air. J. R. Taylor and family, of n few months ago pob.iwd who li.OCO thorouirhlv for tbe nutf mm-- Worshinners who resnectivelv. neeonl. You don't need to suffer agonizing of Paint Lick, Ky. schedule of otos it only brings Crab Orchard, visited his father, W. acres of Bluegrass land. and who had fought t iso hard when ;' them dominion of sunshine and nerve pains in the face, head, arm, 3, tOO vote A new 5,275 T. Taylor Sunday. subscrip- .Miss Louise Rice shoulders, chest and back. Just apply Kentucky Pharmaceutical Associa- he (O'Rear) wanted it endorsed four'shwyr and direction of our solur Brodhead, Ky.) tion now brings CO, 100 votos, nn old As I have not wirtten to tho good tern. ngo. a few drops of soothing Sloan's LinAIis Ada Ward 52,950 I. J. for some time, I will try again as tion, in session at Dawson Springs, five year subscription now brings 0 n in it tie that those waning lumi- - iment; lie quietly a few minutes. You Ktta Cable 03,825 the citizens of this place urge me to elected W. IL Tibballs, Somerset, votes, a new subscrip- A!i Hon. George D. Florence, of Stan- naries will henceforth brighten only will get such relief nnd comfort! president; first vice president, G. II. Danville, Ky. tion now bring 147, 800 votes where Life write. oi Worland, Brandenburg; G. W. Gayle, ford, was highly honored at tho con nuns five me movies; 1(19,975 and the world will look brighter. Get under the reuglar schedule of votes .Miss Kluabeth Dye A Frankfort, secretary; Vernon Dris- - vention, being the 8th district mem- -' discussion year old kid gathered from a bottle today. II ounces for 25c, at only brings 12,(100 votes, etc, etc. .Miss Joy Taylor it 59,850 of America's possible in. her of the Resolutions Committee. WAYNESBURG. Keil, larrollton, treasurer. You can readily see the lUlvautage of Aliss Kthcl Schad-- 1 Uili.325 which wrote the party platform. lyolyment m Fhiropean war that his all Druggists. Peaetrates without Airs. P. II. AleAlullin has been ill, securing all possible subscriptions Junction Cit). Ky, Gov. AlcCrearv pardoned Kffie (father might he drafted. He hurried rubbing. while this mammoth vote inducement .Miss Gertrude Richardson . 103,875 but is better at this writing. Duncan, convicted In Pulaski of to nearest phone and begged daddy to An Effective Cough Treatment. Air. and .Mrs. Urban Singleton have is in force. Get new subscriptions Shelby City, Ky Mammoth Cave, June 29, 1915 I To stolen goods. The Governor h recently moved into their new home. said to one teaspoonf ul of cut ot his trigger finger. and big subscription!! if you can but Miss Kmily Murphy 120,125 the record showed Unit she re- Dr. Kings New Dsseovery. Kound trip railroad fare S4.35. W. R. Singleton is carrying the .. taken ns . n. . It......., n. f ". .m Arabia, Ky. don't neglelct the old subscriptions "re.cr,pt,on for Cough " ""'". "' V" .In. ..I mail on Route No. 1 from this office. ceived the goods from u boarder in needed, will soothe nnd check Coughs A nUoor "j; """'". l" . for every subscription you secure Miss Lake Carter .1,250 neglect a summer cold. A Farmers in this vicinity nre behind payment of a hoard bill, and that she Colds und the more dangerous Bron-- 1 Liberty, Ky. means that your chances for winning and her husband exhibited them withhronchinl cough causes broken seep das l,r,P o'r"B t?tal cost f0- chial nnd Lung Ailments. a prize are so much stronger 35,825 with their work on account of so much out apparent It is .Miss Alaggie Brown A petition for on regu ar morning R hg rain. lowers your vitality Foley' Wsk of Lou to take better to have a surplus of votes at clemency was signed by u number of afford Airs. K. L. Gadberry and little son, illncs. when so cheap and simple a ,IoIno1' aml Tr V,ni''ouml foothes Write'or phone L. J N. nf.ent the last than not quite enough. So At a meeting at Hodgeuville the Win. are visiting he.. arents, in Har- good citizens. raw. inHamed membranes, remedy ns Dr. King's New Discovery 'V'"1 make every moment between now and route of the proposed Central Lincoln din comity. 1) o'clock next .Monday night is obtainable. Go to your Druggist "ops tickling in throat and clears count for Highway from Louisvillo to Nnshvillu Not for Men Only. w .' I S .Miss i.eoua I'ltmun nnd Aliss Artie V wheezy breathing. Contains no r -- J" something worth while. It will pass through lM.oie of Kubanks, was adopted Women suffer n.s much at men do today, get a bottle of Dr. King's New tuffy. ofuXr"bron ' n"a visited Airs. IL H. io," unties of Jefferson, Spencer, singleton Saturday and Swiikiv. U.rt the treatment at '"PWtw; fhildrcn like it; good for all ,.S Friends Help Your "Favorite" the from indigestion and constipation and Discovery, Friends and acquaintances who Bullitt . Nelson. Urie. liar. , Barren Mrs. Alko Gnocl. - require the sinno scientific lemedy to have been thinking of helping their and Allen in Kentucky and Sumner sou, tiairett Caldwell,and littleVnind- Keep inu Miinucn sweet, tne liver ac- IVIIV . ...II. VI.IV V l.llll.'ll. i HO noy and Tur Compound stops that visited Air nnd favorites Inter on lit the contest and Davidson in iouncsseo. urs. Arthur Caldwell last week tive nnd the bowels regular. Folev nnnoying tickling and relieve the Can Furnish Ice Cream. Stock Belonged to Dr. Hammonds AI. G. Reynolds Airs. and little Cathartic Tablets aro wholesome anil i run nn your orders lor ice cream racking, tiring cough. Good for all the wife or Dr. T. J. Hammonds daughter, .Mildred, of St. Jnleis, Kas cleansing; do not giipo or cause nauVote To-da- y coughs, colds, croup and bronchial af For Your "Favorite." Sunday morning, if you will give are visiting relatives nnd friemki here. sea. Stout people my this is the one called iti Wednesday (o tell the I. goods tlMt thu j. to me ,h - o ilock Saturday, fections, hold everywhere. Air. nnd Airs. J. W. Sweeney moved cntiiurtic that takes away that over- destroyed stock of near thewhich was 'ease don t let your bottles g by fire bridge on to Crescent Springs hist week, where full and clogged-ufeeling. Sold Hear McChesney nt opera house. SiisiKcriptiou Hlimk. Air. Sweeney is working with the Fork belonged to her hus- - "Me hut return them promptly. J. everywhere. Hustmiville, Alonday night. June 21. 49-t- f ' "'"nii-h- . the Dairyman. stoie-rooLbnnd, but that the belong- - " railroad. Citust Alnnnt'er, Interior Journal, St:mford, Ky,, til to his father, T. B. Hammonds. Airs. II. II. Singletm left Monday .. 1M...- I1U. U1 l.n.l O I OAO Opening Ball Friday Niqht. . II.- .!..... to visit friends at Dry Ridge und lltlll llSMItllll V III! year'H tubstrintion to Find enclosed $- for Tho Journal from there she will go to Ludlow to be when itInterior Tuesday wns in enor tho stock and Mr. Ilummonds $500 on I wish to help my "favorite" tn tne Big lra-e- l Ihe Interior Journal. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL'S stated thut tho ali the building. The safe, she says, had treated by a specialist. Tour nnd Prizo Contest, before June 2Ut, the close of tho Biggest ening ball at Crab Orchard Spring been opened and over $100 stolen. This BalUt would occur Saturday night. It is Shu lemembers to have locked the and Best Vote Offer. Please give me proper credit und send vot(t) Constipation Cured Overnight. TRAVEL TOUR AND PRIZE CONTEST Must Be rrlday night instead and it nnmiiM! sale on Snturduy night. A hole, she with my compliments to A small dose of tnnb.ht to bo the biggest and happiest occas- sjivs. was I'M! In the floor and it is be. Voted on or and you enjoy a full. free, easy bowel ion in tho late history of the delight-fu- l fiieved that entrance was effected that Before movement In tho morning. No griping. summer resort. Capt. ami Airs. way. who Is an active contestant in the Interior Journal's Big Travel Tour lor is I'odophyllin (Alay Willis will have everything in read!- June 20th nnd Prize Contest. Apple) without tho grlpo. ne. and till ulio attend may expect u To Preserve Your Health. corrects the cause of Constinu. good time. The kidneys arc the great health tlon by urousing the Liver, increasing Dist. No. W preservers. Rheumatism, backache, Only a Few Can Go, FOR the How of bile. Bile is Nature' No.. headache, sore muscles, stiff joints Thos who do not to consldei come when the kidneys aro out of antiseptic in the bowels. With propeiJ Signed '""' xpeuse uro now going to health re amount of bile, digestion in boweUr Address order nnd fall to properly filter the (Name of Subscriber) w perrect. No gas. no fermentation, sorts to get rid of lmrurities in thr blooa". Foley Kidney Pills tono up system that cause rheumatism, hack no Constipation. Don't be sick, nerP. 0 This Coupon, when neatly cut out and brought or mailed to tired und diseased kidneys, banish vous, Irritable. Get u bottle of Po. ache, uching joints and painful mus- backache und stop sleep disturbing Subscription, the Contest Department of the Interior Journal will count for the This is a cles. If you cannot go, yet feel vo. x from your druggist now und person whose name is written thereon. (New or Renewal) Sold everywhere, need relief from puln and mineiy bladder troubles. cure your Constipation overnight. To the Subscriber: Send the remittance direct to tho Contest get Foley Kidney Pills. Tit Contestant should clip and tave the coupon! and get their i Manager, care tho Interior Journal, Stanford, Ky., who will give you Carroll county will vote in August friends to do likewise. (Not gaod after the date above mentioned.) Hear McChesney ut opera house, store thu kidneys to activity and nv proper credit nnd ls.su u votes to the Contestant named. r .t proposition to Usue $50,000 in you feel well und strong-- . Sold e. l.o.Jfi for roud building purpoaos. Hustonville, Monday night, June 21. erywherc. nt I d June 21st Last Chance votes 2.00 1 year We wish lo Imprest upon ihe votes 1.00 Hack Subtcriptiont and Renewals contestants and their friends that 10 years 55,800 votes SI 0.00 Monday, June 21st It positively H years 42,(S00 votes 8.00 your latt chance to take advantage r years an.noo votes . .. 5.110 of the Ulg Triple Vote Offer, which i years 19,200 votes 1.00 It guaranteed to be the BIGGEST :i years 11,400 votes .. .. .1.00 AND BEST Vote Offer of the Con. o years l,(ll)0 votes 2.00 test. So don't hold back subI year . 3,000 votes 1.00 scriptions with the expectation of Our Cuaemitee etting bigger votet for if you l THIS BIG VnTK do, you will be greatly disappointed. After June 21st, the vote 'GUARANTKKD TO HE TIIK BIG- GKHT AND IIKST OK TIIK KNTIRK schedule will take a most decided CONTKST. So turn in vour sub jdropanjlwlll continue lower you remainder of the contest. , scriptions as fnst ashack receive them. If you hold them with the Untd 0 o'clock Monday tiioht. pectation or securing bigger votes ex on June lsl, three times the usual tlirm yoji will be disappointed. We number of votes will be given on ruarantee that no better offer will all old subscriptions and more than he nxidc dunlin the contest. three limes the usual number of . (14.800 .19,000 25,(100 12,200 votes votes votes. 5.00 1.00 .1.00 MIDDLEHURG. drurnt Democratic Candidate For Governor Little About The Doing! Of This Only Chance For Temperance Man Gov. Slaton of Georgia Taket Case To Speak At Huttonvslle and Measures Now It Election Broad Land of Ours Culled From Under Consideration Sron-- r Learning that Hon. IL V. McCheo. of McChesney At Governor The Dallies. Effort For Commute tloi ney, the temperance candidate for the democratic nomination for governor, Mrs. Idn Tenter, aged 42, Is dead The nomination nnd election of H, Leo Frank's fin.il rppeal for com- was billed to speak nt Danvillo next V. McChesney as governor of Ken- - mutation of his death sentence to life Monday in mo notion section or Mercer. county court day Paris Hamilton shot and killed Nlm. lucky is now the only onnorlunitv imprisonment was completed nt At- - number of his supporters In there, a Lincoln rod Showaltcr, marshal of Brookville. .left to the temperance people of the Itlntn U'llJlllMilnl. nlnlil nn.l 1. u f- -t got busy and arranged for hl nppear-nnc- c Julus Bnbey, who ihot his wife to tnte to have n temperance man at whs placed in the hand of Gov. nt Hustnnvillo rnnt nbrlit. Oiilln in Louisville, wih xi'en n death the head of the stale government. Ac- - ton, who took the petition under ad- - a number from Lincoln will be in Dan sentence coruing 10 tne t.cxiagion ticrald, viscment with when John Crawford, a highly tLioprti-i- l whose reporters were on the ground he would make the announcement thnt ville .MondayMr. McChesney npcak. hW decision as early as afternoon nnd they will citizen of Perryvjlle, is dead nt an during the whole proceedings, the possible. It is not expected before this there go with him to advanced age. Republican btntc p atfprm cow vention afternoon or Snturday. Tuesday next him that night Hustonville. and honr also. He will speak nt A dispatch from Dirigo, thi State, which was held at Lexington Tuesday ! th.. .L.in c..t r.. i.v...,t'u ...:.... . , ,,, , , "" . iiiirn .M;i.Uiloil the opera house at Hustonvillo nt half 7, " I . 1",-teHs of the marriucc of Dewev Miir. con. tor the murder of Mnry Phngnn nnd If past seven o'clock nnh nil m"'" .ire invited phy, aged 1(! and .. - StoUs, 15 ""?, "',". the representatives "" th Delia ... of ti iiit, .11,111111 iii iiiu' ri t n (i nuriTirin in nnnp n im '" n . ' .... esji ...i..ii.. ciaiiy. . Airs. .Margaret V. PattcrtKin. the Honor Infnrn.t. Vn. nl.' tVn n r,... .1... u . . ... in V7i "".: '." '"J"'".i"' W"' aged mother of II. iMtterson, of Mer - llutlon offered' by Jmlge O'llear to in - ome'Vo nnn, ccr, is iieau ni ner nome in Uwens - icfuilc su imls inn n. - vni nn (nt Hie conclusion of the proceedings morning this week as he goes to l,0?." Iwije prohibition in the platform, vot- ', Gov. Slaton exhausted the last'.cnster for n speech to morrow roatl ""'x'" election led down, but the oonvention even .T.".e r.V?'.000 which Frank may held In hitley county April 21, 1915 iboat a motion to endorse the action the gallows. The decisionemploy to (noon. Hon. James I. Hnmstton is tho for or manager of his campaign in Garrard, was declared valid by the Court of ,of the two republican congressmen against commutation will bring to land he reports that u rousi.ir crowd Appeals. from KiMitueky who votwd nation-wid- e an end a remnrknble series of legal will be on ban to hear Air. McChes On his way from Paducah to lux Inhibition at the last session, contests in State uml Federal courts ney, who eloquent homo in tho country, a McCrnckcn Dr. Ben L. Bruner witkdrcw from to clear r rank's name and proceed- one of the is an stumner .'.leaker and best in tho State. rnrmer wh ro bled of Wi and feyr the race for governor and the nomiaa-quarings for clemency before the State lie is being greeted by large crowds f whisky. lion of Ej Morrow of Somerset for I rison Commission and Gov. Slaton. wherever he sneaks. His friends who Judge 31. AI. Allison, of Cliattn- - governor is assured nnd It ! snl.1 lK,t!. The session was occupied by Wil- - ihavc heard the bitter nnd nnluat nt. S.JBat ItSlB l..s.m t;it;i:i..-It "Mii (lf iicvii l.Mt.l piusment 01 a W llnll.lien nt 11i.l.ll..l.n.n I. l..i li:... t0 SUCCtTd, ".' M ?r U? 'incomTtax rocoipvvill be $.1,000.- 1K nuctionn , will in all probability have somethinB nHoWcHlS-n'thefu.ed to. i on points of cvi- - to suy in rep y at Lancaster. Plans aro 000 nbove first estimates U "ml l1"", So"ctor Dorey, who being made to have Air. McChesney bUcket w,th to Treasury offers' sUtTmen ts was as n friend ,c?i',e issue with statements as to what pcnk at Stanford a little later in tho made Wednesday C"b """ h""111"' """ B" A Herahl gives the A Sin-dea- th r,-f- c i ' i WHAT'S GOWG ON REPUBLICAN PLATFORM FRANK TO KNOW HIS THE COUNTRY OVER. SUITS LIQUOR INTERESTS FATE BY SATURDAY i"""" "rZ"1"""".1" after-resour1 Lnn-befo- re ce - 1 U - t te.-.I- .- K ST'0" f ft0" Z KTl adheony " oooooouoonouoooooc tluee-(uarter- .' " . or post-offic- 000000000 ...""" '. , 1 L-I-.fi I KM.n-Spring- s m - n,.i R-- 2 , R-- 1 "' "-- R-- .r - -l T I . R-- '' Pic-nlc- 1 I I y. I -l fivo-ye- sys-yea- rs 2.",-50- ten-ye- One-fourt- ... I ,:' ' "" '?."? 4fi-C- t. W-g- I J.." uccum-Hangin- p Good for 25 Votes i Do-La- im u mmmtm :Z'JTJZZ,TZ The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, June . 18, 1915. Honor Roll Bank. OUR AIMS. The WALTON I A htemr BAWFI.r'. YEAH MiJU Journal sn.l MsnsffX UlVANOT. - 2Drtpttf eon-et- a iets-it;- ! KHs 00 A OTIUCTI.V Out Cimtsflii Crn ! ft( , F.tiUrri tt pl'ftrr thri I' rtrnt mmhrr Cpntion. .W It's tho World'i Wonder; HoverFaili, I ! I t The Republic,) The constant aims of the officers and emTlic rcpuofconn Mote couvcnun, ployes of this bank are: dominated entirely by" Hie Hqiwr JVifudny met promote the interests of customers just promulgated Mn I.ciii(ron with the iftin To ovi plnVaisn voters dent as they endeavor to promote those of the bank. jlctmincintent f cntclrtnc Judged "a by and and nsmmci! enthus'Kism, one dealings of r numberthink Hint the dckgntcS really To do all they can to make the ,uli thought tnoy couU mcH the viands tit depositors agreeable and profitable to then. the pie counter, but we crHy believe thnt intead of tasting nny ot rhem To contribute to their enterprises Hie conn bone. foresight and timely thev wiH irnnw n file, or rarticr servative Omitting rWcrcnce w Hie unl of iwiofntic iwnsurcs counsel which strong a bank can properly beonly two and administrations, th n, Voull mnko ryfi at your after ion u,c "OKIK-IT.- " and ou'll llnd tlionn ulnnknly rnstis the plncM w, iuii at (inwui nsyourcucCK, lea w icr Comfortable Feet mmmmlmmm'-mmmmm- sKu v"iiV"f Tvfl stow. To repay their confidence in us by confidence in them. LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Stanford, Ky "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE" Capital. $100,000; Surplus $100,100. Resources $520,000.00. J. B. Paxton, W. H. Shanks, Pres. J. W. Rochester, Asst. Cashier. W. M. Bright, Cashier. Vice-Pres. fi Saturday and Sunday. Miss Stella VYnlls. of Stanford, vis ited home folks recently. MAIN .Mi's .v.innie Ullish returned to Cin cinnati a few Sundays ago. Mrs. Addie Padgett has been ill but is better at this writing. Mr. G. w. Lench has been lndis- pounl for the past few days. .ur. lireen uritnn mm wile were in Tlifrr Is mwe OUrtb In this seetUn t the ,1 ot I. ether eow.trr tlian s:l tt.ir uiStanford Saturday on buine. t" the fir bp--rr uiihj supirO il.t I b Airs. Aluyme raylor and Miss II optic until I or rt s jr.t Inrnml'i. ilHHM' l"l iri1llil V."l wuiierl It were guets of Mrs. Florence Hatfield falling tu !. ollh rnyrul.K. tnl IT last week. 11 IliiiMsbh. l Sclru.t tnstBnt. T" ixiiiim tsJ wD'Hiail-vsMr and Mrs. T. M. Alford were the lw rv,en Cstsrih l be Jl.se, Oxguest of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Gilli-lnntbefi'ffre nfjlret evnM1ntt(lRl trestmeflt. i.ur. lurrj l, r. J. Hill's HUrrb VanSunday. A tke ,Hllr Inn.tltST.ileiln. OMn. be. (June a number of people from t'hrnrTeweIn.. the mstkrt II U XtVrn Int. rn.ll;.; en IIobsI . tit ilme ll Theatrical managers the country here attended Children's Day at Olreetlj fromthe dm siiila tmlillmf It sen .'.blicoj of miieeiw m Waynesburg. over are poinp on record as beinp tl ettcn Thejr ffer ww bttfiHrv.1 tnnrs fe Mis Oda Brown recently made n njr raiH It rIK- to eure. ."eu.l c elrruurs and on the stape. It is to 'a pity they do not prohibit rather than visit to her sister, Mrs. Kerthn Carrier tttllnttal I J. CHENEY & CO.. TVIedo, OWo. AUJreM 'oppose the silly, no to say indecent at Science Hill. S"M br PrEKlt. 7He. Mr. and Mrs. Joh-.- t Singleton were habit. It is to the discredit f people ENTike Usll's 1'suJlj- nils fcr generally that profanity brinps laugh-ite- r the giiesls of Mr. and Mrs. Josiah when used in public places. Some-Ibod- y Singleton Sunday. itsv. J. A. Singleton is improving has said that the use of "cuss" You Want 'words is a sure sign of a limited vo his place by having his home paintH Here's What cabulary That may or may not be ami a new roof put on it. Mr.. Mack Walls and little daugh- The People's Market Place Adverit is renlly nauseating to i true, but I hear men swear either in fun or in ter, Helen spent Monday with her tise What You Have to Sell j earnest. And the only sure way to put parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Singleton. MKs Eva Dishon, of Parlor Grove, an end to it is to show derision rather POSTED John Herzog. than pleasure when it fs done in one's visited her cousins. Mis-c- s Cora anil STANFORD. Posted Anton Tona. Dora Alford Saturday night and presence. By the will of Mrs. Frank Leslie, of Oak dining table, FOB SALE. 17- - 3t New York, nearly 51,oUU,uuu is lelt News of the Churches. cheap. Apply r.t this of ice. Ilb .bi IUU DUlllllUV V.lLint;. . Mrs. (llliuttlll Sunday school at Mt. Xenia Sun- Carrie will be turned over to LOST Bear license tag No. 0401.! afternoon Chapman Catt, who will spend it for day immediatelynt 3 o'clock. Prench- - Beward for return to this office. 43tf , mg after by Rev. P. L. the furtherance of equal suffrape. Bruce. The will of Mrs. Leslie who had the Wedding Presents at Muellers' Jew The congregation of the Christian title ofthe Karcmess de Kazus, left cash and property valued at nearly church at Lancaster gave Rev. F. M. elry Store, Stanford. $1,800,000, and'ptovided that all but Tinder, their pastor, a silver loving about S200.000 was to be givan to cup on the 112th anniversary of his FOB SALE Two freh milk cows. Mrs. Catt to be used entirely at her pastorate. Mrs. F. B. Barnett, Hustonville, Ky. ' discretion, the only proviso being that Union C. E., at the Pr:sbytcrian the suffrage cause shall benefit. church at 7 o'clock Sunday evening. , KENTUCKY Bed Berkshire Boars, President Wilson has joined the The feature of the -- vening Null bu a , USIll'IKlUll It. T. - liy UII1UII U. UUUIIIVJ' reading by Miss Sallia M. Craig on ready for service, for sale. 45-t- f that is the Amer- "Temperance." All invited. men Stone Masons Bruce, Stanford. ican Red Cross Memorial Building in Presbyterian church, Sunday, June Washington has sent him an honorary 20 Sunday school. 0:30; Morning NOTICE Your 1015 school tax isj card. We have never heard of the Worship 11 o'clock; C. E. Meeting. now ilue. L. K. nugnes, ireasiircr, President being an expert with the (5:45 p. m.; Union Sen ice, 7:45 p. m. room 2i!, over Lincoln National L. &: . & by the Sermon by Rev. n. C. Greer. Topic trowel and other tools but are ready to back our for C. E. Society, "Chrin'; Call to Bank. , Masons, good in the Young Women of .judgment that he will make Luke A ewe and ewe lamb came to my that order, as he does in every 10:38-4place last week. Owner can get thing he sets his hands and head other them by paying for this notice anil to. their keep. Bright Inn Farm. FAMILY AVOIDS Lexinpton convention demonThe strated that the G. O. P. elephant has Ford f6u SALE. Second-han- d entirely swallowed the Bull Moose, Max- touring car and second-han- d who were there in great numbers, SERIOUS SICKNESS well lunabcut of th I'.'U mouei, panting for the operation. The utM. S. Baughman, used very little. most harmony that prevailed showed 47-Stanford. how easily the republicans can get together when they appreciate the ne- By Being Constantly Supplied With FOR SALE Cheap if taken at cessity. Democrats woulld do well to White LegHOW TO OBTAIN A DINNER SET once, all of my pure-bre- d emulate their example. Thedford's Black-Draughorn, Buff Orpington and mixed hens. Through a large cash purchase of fine China Ware, direct from the pottery Rev. John" Hargani a" Methodist Good layers. Mrs. H. Kowan Saufley, we are offering to our cuitomen an unusual opportunity to supply them-elve- s preacher, aped 89, is a petit juror in Stanford, with this householld necessity. These sets are celebrated Limoges the Hardin circuit court. As the old McDulf, Va. "I suffered for severa fellow could have escaped jury Ware, in a beautiful Dinner Set, classy and strictly on two counts too old and a vears," says .Mrs. J. U. Whiitaker, o In appreciation of your patronage, we propose while they last to give minister of the gospel ins place, "with sick headache, ant one is conA. S. PRICE DENTIST our patrons the benefit of this purchase. With every 25c cash sale, we strained to the belief that he has a jlcmacli trouble. will give a coupon. Ten years ago a friend fold me to Ir j When you have secured twenty (20) of these cou- method in his madness. Hours, C to 4 o'clock which I did pon,, return them to us with $2.08 and receive one of these sets usually The Dolitical wiseacre of the Lex Thedford's it to I found be the best family ir.edi-..nretailing at J6.00 to $8.00. The beautiful design of these Dinner Sets, ington Leader says that Jutle L. W. Office Over Shuear's Drue Store for young and old. Bethurum, of Rockcastle, is one of : now on exhibition at our store must be seen to be appreciated, i t I keep on hand all tin the "live wire" politicians of the Eighth dUtrict. The juclce is a live no now, and when my children feel r FOB SALE. Good driving horse, wire all right, but he happens to live :;!c bad, they ask me for a dose, and t also saddles well; not afraid of auto in the Eleventh, as the political writer ices them more good than any mediant and a ladies' horse in every particu THE REXALL STORE cy ever tried. STANFORD, KY. should have Vnnwn. lar. Large enough to work to surry. Vc never have a long spell of sick Apply to A. S. Kobcrtson, iMnvuie, The fiscal court ot Uavieas coun'y has given an onler that dances tu (he irrs in our family, since v.e commenced Ky. ng armory must stop i.t '! A M. (mod. It is purelj Tliedfoid's I de.ire to .eM is a pity that the r'lce tan not exAUTO FOB SALE tend from oneend of the country to vegetable, and has been found to regu-uit- my roru auiomooue, It - In flrst- weak stomachs, aid digestion, the other ami inclinls dances thnt are claps condition and can be bought . indigestion, colic, wind, nausra hold in other 'ln'e3 a wull as those once. See it n taken headache, sick stomach, and similar a bargain ifOarage at call on me for in armories. and Anderson's symptoms. price and other particulars. J. W Teachers Chosen for Division No. 3. It has been In constant use for mcr? the 45tf 70 years, and has benefited more Accy, Stanford. The followine named teachers were than Waynesburg June 5, 1915 llian a million people. elected at Your druggist sells and recommends HARRY JACOBS It keeps off flies, relieves and quiets cattle and for Educational division No. 3: Clear-forMiss Elsie Keeree; Ellison, W. Price only 25c. Get a II. W. Reynolds; Lake, Chas. Brown; trackage Manufacturers and Denlers in N. c m horses, gives cows a chance to feed in peaoe, Makes Locust Grove, Miss tannie loung; Wall; Fairview, High - Class Monuments. horses good natured. Will do all we claim and more Oak T.Grove, EugeneMoriah, Clay Sin Mullins; Mt. W. tt 'Thcorisinal hommft-poo- f Original Designs and Prompt Service gleton; Highland. Miss Zora Baugh; too. We have tried it three years. Try a can. Vornlsh Guaranteed Quality Connections Pleasant Point, Miss Elsie Singlaton; ss i rs Green Briar, A. W. Saunders; Chestat all Granite and Marble Quarries. Office and Works on Cemetery Hill. nut Ridge. T. D. Lay; Pleasant Ridge, -Ernest Goch; O. K., J. A. Hays; Wal phone 164 Closed on Saturdays nut Grove, Clarence Griffin; Parlvr KENTUCKY t i STANFORD Grove was passed until first Satur duy In July. Of teachers elected s ten hold certificates and second-clasE. G. Kaugh, four Notice! Poultry Raisers chairman of Board of Trutees. Our Big Sale Has just commenced. Everything Goes At A Big Reduction. We are offering all of our fords to you at a price that you cannot afford to miss. Remember the "MAIN TRANCE" is the entrance for REAL BARGAINS. but it strikes us that for State-widthey will be wise in doing what they think is right, regardless of the action of the republicans If it is the senti ment of (Tie mnjnVity nf the delegates to the democratic convention tnat State-wid- e prohibition should be adopted and they repard it best for the people and the patty, it should be declared, without reference to the notion of any other party or set of men. Let the democrats act with wisdom and discretion and the whisky crowd at Lexinpton will be put to ilipht and all its manufactured enthusiasm po for naupht, as we are confident it will e, This great unanimity was Known also in favor of E. P. Morrow, who was accorded such an ovation that Sold in Stanford;und recommended Dr. Kroner, the other candidate for ns the .werhl s best corn cure by withdrew nf-t- Shugnr's Drug Store. . Governor, precipitatdy his amendment for nation-wid- e prohibition was defeated by a practi PLEASANT POINT. cally similar vote. Mrs. Alva Morgan vi'ited her par Some people profc-- - to think that ents, hist week. the action of the republicans wHl ne Kcv. Owens filled his npiioitrtmcnt cessarily make the democrats declare er ot planks of the crazy quiit production arc those wjfli rcgnrd to weman suffrage and rVc liquor question. reserving the right to vote as tfioy nee At. tho docurocirt claims to fnvor the sulnwlssion of awoman's sutTrnge amendment in 191,7. In regard to the method of (Waling with the liquar question, the interest wauld nccept no eqwlvocntloM nd n strnicht-ou- t declnratien for the coun-t- v unit law was made, after claiming tire responsibility and credit for placing the law on the statute books. Judge O'Rear and others de foitrht hard to get n State-wid- e claration, hut the c-- knew h mil ter's crib and defeated i4 by a vote 2.104 5 'CETS-r- r Smll. T W.U, a "Haw Wide U Coed Deal Over 2 Feet t" There's no own or caWus anion? the million of frttln tho orld tbut "(JETS-IT- " wIltjiott-mioT,: "OETfl-lT'- to K2 there's no rrnpe. is tho Hew way, tho simple, coinniit-sen,estsro ny. It dots nwa'r with jmay ointments, wives, pad, cot ton rlnf, hnrnrsaes. knnes, selsrors, rnzrs. Illes, nnJ tlm llinrtoiK anU tho pnTntuljil-on-tonlk vt so nionycocn-pestrri'- il people. AH you do Is put Jdrnrn "OETS-1T- " on tho corn slirlrcls up of nnil Rood bye. Nothing rlo In life worlil Millions aro Uilnif It. llko "OETS-IT.-" Thiru'K.no pain, do trouule, no cbaDdnsT ebiK'i liornuto of corns. , I Is sold by druKKitls everywhere, tie a bottle, or sent dltcct by K. Lowruice A Co., Chlcaeo, "(IETS-IT" WHAT IS MORE I'XCOMPORTAKLE THAN A HOT, TIGHT HURTING SHOE, AND WJIAT OF A MAN'S APPAREL GIVES HIM MORE PLEASURE THAN A PAIR Or SHOES THAT FIT, YET DON'T HURT. OUR STOCK OF SHOES rS SUFFICIENTLY LARGS. OUR SELECTION OF WIDE, OR NARROW LASTS ARE SO THAT WE CAV PUT A COMFORTABLE SHOE ON ALMOST ANY FOOT. NETTLETON, THE HIGHEST QUALITY OF SHOE MAKING-T- AN AND BLACK, MANY DIFFERENT LASTS rN LOW AND REGULAR TOP - ffi.fiO. WALK-OVETHE MOST POPULAR SHOE IN THE WORLD TODAY, KECAUSE OF ITS QUALITY, STYLE AND LOW PRICES, $3.50, $1.00 AND $..'.(), THE POPULAR SELLERS IN ALL SIZES A NO SHAPES. WIHTE SHOES ARE VERY POPKLAR AS YOU KNOW AND WE ARE SHOW-1N: : : THEM IN THE RUBBER AND LEATHER SOLES AT fOc $1.0H, $l.f.0 AND $2.00. A-.G McRoberts & Bailey STREET STANFORD, KENTUCKY -r -- kl .'ll-l.nt- lr If You Want To Raise Potatoes Try kx-- l d 8B-- 1 - The July Potato. By Sold at nro-fanit- - $1.25 per Bushel I E.T. PENCE. .Stanford. Ky. ROBINSON'S, TENNIS AND OUT- ING SHOES For Men, Ladies and Children. I i 47-lte- w. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard Kentucky , wte .m f ..,. 10-tf Boys, Get Your f i i I To-l-iy- I 2. 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. 40-3- i tf E ht 19-tf. 42-Pie- t.er-vi- T. D. NEWLAND Opposite the Court-House. Klack-Draue- l- -d t: Black-Draug- ht PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Ease"-Wh-at . Wants to sell you an Ice Cream Freezer and Refrigerator, Also your Groceries. Phone us. No. 168. JR-tf Black-Uraugh- 'Cow It Black-Draug- ht I.- e Will Do. Go To Farris' For Your k. Black-Draug- y. Cnl-fan- W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. WW rsr I first-class. 5'm m V-- Garden Tools and Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right. J. C. M'Clary CURES Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, CanRer, Cholera, XVulaTJ?, Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry V V P 4-11- -44 m INSURE till Us spi ItiillK bc.lpicveau..! lavc.vo taxi." ciikcD Vdk lU wonasulirtivcitlt.ilu(liu4tiu!ir Mfg. and Cutrjntced by j. kobt. Crume, Cirdstoun, Ky. Trite Cc at til brutl;ts. Jmva tl "I lutr ukJ ttrrlw 4.II-Mo K.w Birsnl. DiiJ.tows, Kr . ' poultrr trorfJy luurrl gpruuJlimb.inrcL toilhovlf til4.11-4WiH Couumi, Itaddot. K Oat tliofi ut Rccm. 4 utK 0.i. M lot ycutail)iiakitlllCTt frOLn v PENNY'S DRUG STORE, STANFORD, KY. Jende Schumann. Oscnr II. J ende. or Evunsville, Ind mil Kfij rtarthn T Knllliniiann nf tlm KNOCK ALL YOU Ott'iheim section, ware mairied on WANT TO tho nth. You will find it takes more than a hammer blow to make a Cummins Brown. OIlie Cummins and Miu Thula floor flake, chip or powder. Wo have pioc-0of wood at our Brown, both of the East End, were Var store finished with loined heart and hand nt Ke by that gentleman on the nish come in and try the hammer on them. 17th. Also get our prices on Groceries. Hn.'ir f rf!hisniv lit ntinrii bntlKn. Wo can save you money. MISS ANNIE PHILLIPS Hustonville, Monday night, June -- l.J Gd-berryChi-Nam'n Your Property in the J. h liIB Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with SALIN & SMITH, Agents aasv LElLl I iniBaVsHPlBPQHU JHT I lMaaaHHalaSHr (vrr m"?mAi UNDERTAKER AND PHONE 1 JaT! L. lieazley & Co., i ih M IGtttW EMBALMER JNOtttTAKER AND Stanford, Kentucky Ofticc Phone IG7 STAFFORD. KENTUCKY EMUALmi Heae Phone St Furniture Matlino, Ruqs. Furniture Exchanged (or all Kinds 01 Stcc'c. STANFORD. KY. j .. i iLl W'kM (. - " If- - . J- The Interior Jnirnal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, June 18, 1915. s THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Does a GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS and tts I "GRACO" PALM BEACH AND TROPICAL SUITS '" before you. J We want you to spare a few minutes of your time and inspect our big, completely stocked "Tropical Suk" Section. We want to impress you so that you will not forget that we are headquarters for reliable tropical suit fabrics. Ten big double glass display cases, plenty of good sunlight, cool electric fan breezes while you are making your selection. Cf "Genuine Palm Beach Cloth Suits" more than a cioz different patterns, Priestly's Cravenetted Mohair Suits, T. C. Hall'a Relict. CJ Made to youV special measure French, Irish, Spanish and German Linens, English T. C. Ilnll, the Depot strcot genoral merchant, haa a number of relics that Repps, Shantung Silks, Panama Cloths, etc. he value1' hghly and whiih he dulighta He has the in showing his friends Q Make a note, too, every one of these suks is a "Graco" Suit. The "Graco" label first nickel he took hi vJien he began the mercantile Iiikumo' a' itowiand insuring Graco quality, fit and make is sewed in every suit. In n paper Hollar 82 ; 37 yearn ago and his father which wn I'nvc lim CJ Regardless of fabric, Graco tropical suits are going fco bring you the fullest satisfaction. 'made in lHO'J; n silvvr dollar mnde in in his grandmother's 1770, which was Cj Careful, skillful shrinking, scientific designing and tailoring eliminate the chance for potket when she died, and which wi given to ban; n siher half (Ullar made disappointment that you might get in ether suits. in IrOU, the .war his father was born; cW an overcoat made in 181 "Aunt CJ Graco Palm Bch Suits, $7.50, $8.50 and up. &$' Peggy" Mcl'herson for her hussind; a pistol made in 182fi, which CJ Write for samples of Palm Beach Suit materials. very much nn old blunderbus. "Way-to-summer-comfo1 lj Beginning tomorrow we place the your account. DIRECTORS: Jolin C. Robinson. V, Reid S.T. lUrrls C. R. Colemnn Wm. Brtl. II. C. IlMtglimsn J. S. HocLer J. J. C. HtiLnnkt M. I'eltus i M. D. Elmorr W. G. Cooch Capital $50,000 Surplus $28,500 Wy rocem-!!- 6 Personal and Social Mr. Robert Ptitmun, of I'meville, hat been the Rtiest of Mr. V. It. Willi MImjw Junction frteniN. J. N. Saunders went to 1'incwllc monduy on buoinens. Miw Alpha Fowle N with I.ebniKHi Mr. Alfred Pence, who has been quite ill i thought to be improving. Joe West and llllly .Maaop, of Maty l!rly were hife a abort lime MonOtclmni. day. J. 0. Lynn. W. S. Dryu ami It. C. Misa Leila Carter, of Junction KtiKlumoH lire Mt Mixir Springs for u City, apent Thumlay with friends James Leggs. a fnimei, ha Imught wcuk or more. arh-i- e William Tager left Wednesday for hare. lJetiioir.ii and .ill 'ry Mra. W. II. Unde'wood trmains the t a the fuill." IuafvUI, whfw he will writ liiite ill at her homo in the Hubble "houig ttnd friends. Mb Kdna .Smith returned to her Hoction. Mra. J. tame at Corbln this msrnlm after a I'roncea A. Allen and .Mii'oa Sdr.i and Corminoy are virtitiiiK Louia virit ti Mr. Julia Hughe. .ihs Jli.ttie TtiMiIi-- . of Itiilimond, ville frienda. will go liaaulull retarded IhiMi Wednesday after a Ma- to Tlie 5tanfortl Saturday tonmplay the Huatnnville to lt t Mra. A. II. Severance. Ts toam of that town. Mian Klfle Ware left today for r. r. Misa Km ma Warrm. who has been where he will take' a normal If you would be well in Cincinnati for aeveral months will ewwrtu at State I'rmeraity. return home Saturday. dressed from head to Mra. Jtntae Wenren went to Mrs. Mia Kate cdnesday to maku a Karl Withera DavU ltaney andSerer-ance'- a Creek foot you must wear are aaiatin in Miort visit t Mr. J. K. Iturk. durinir the big sale. silk hosiery. Mia France Jordan Tompkins, of A. L. Arnold, wife lliaton. W. V.. i the attractive visi ter. Katherine. "were and little daughover from DanThat doesn't mean extor or Mia. K.lith Olira Watkin. ville yesterday with friunda. A. It. Humble am. family, of travagance, cither, for silk K. C. Jordan, who haa been in poor hosiery thanks to I'hocniv mwkI through from Cn l Or rliara Spring, where the had ipunt health for wmie time wont to LexingSilk Hose is no longer today to consult a ton revdral day pleasantly. high priced. Come and let Mra. W. J. Duller and children, of Mr. and Mra. ('. II. Tiurnex of Pari, ' us show you what splendid nttoatjed the burial of their brother! Sunimitt. Miax., are the rudMm of rela-ti- a and friends here for the .dim hosiery this Phoenix Silk Here .Monday and were quests of Mr. mer. Hose is pure Thread Silk Allen Traylor for a few day. K. O. (Sooch, poatmaater at Crab of the finest quality, lusHimldiHK I Iill. who liaa buon (.rhool at WashinKton and Orchard, and Judge Joe Maierc, of the trous, soft and reasonably here yesterday. The I.ee Unierity. Lexington. Vu., has mine city, weru ill priced. All colors. Come for the past month. latter had been returned home for the rummer. today while our line is Mi Nancy Veager of Stanford Miss Mnrv Knirlcmnn, of Ilraddork, complete. N. I)., who ha been the iruet of Mrs. waa here Wednesday cvaning for the H! Jfc'bllDrV. I John Knfflonmn here went to I.hmchs-te- r dunce given by the young men of UHOENIXaBMMBy.J and was tin gueat of Mr.s. II Wodneday to be the Kuust of Mr. Clay Sutton. Iincaatcr Itecord. Jack Adorn and family. s Mr. and Mr.s. Frank Hays, Jamt. Hubbard and wife. Mr. (,. T. Timberlaku, Mr. Marshall Kills and tea Spoonamoro ami Nell (iooch and other from Moreland motored to tJie Walter Spoonamnre motored to Junc- i Ilanillu wntor work Una week and tion City Sunday mic spent a delightful day (pent the day fithinit and in a general Spoonamore. with Mr. ail Mra. Sam pit sic. Thev had a ijroat time. Hon. Thomas S. Hhen. State treasCharloa II. Hayden, who haa a lucrative and responsible position with urer and cand'dnte for the democratic the Louisville postoftVe, win here yes- nomination for nud or, waa in town terday miiiKlinir with hi old friend. thia morninK meeting the voters. Like He tip the beam at JS8 now and in all others of the cauihdatea he sajs he i going to win. the picture of health. An nttimpt waa made to rob the Mra. Lucy A. Spoonamoro, of Hult-bl?T ii ery ill. She spoilt Sunday Williams Hank at Irvine. The huilld-in- g was entered by breaking n winlast with her Miter, Mra. I.. II. Stone, in thia city, and .an in her uaual dow, but nothing is mincing Mie a and a rmall amount of cah health, but ua taken ill on her return which was left for change in the home and unie has been very sick. Mim Kliuibuth Hiuins returned drawer. Thurday niuht fror Cincinnati and At the wind-u- p of n business letis receiving congratulntionK from her ter, Mr. Weed T. Smith, of LexingAND frienda orer the fact that fhe won two ton, add: "J. M. tMliohl and family certificate in the College of Munic, will return to Lexington the L'Oth deone in l'ublic School muic, and one in lighted with their trip. nving there voli e. is no place like "Old Kentucky." Judge .luck Mencfce, of Stanford, Hae been in Califi-ni- a since Mnrch wm he.ro Sat jrday looking after aome Jlst to visit their daughter, Mr. It. buine"( he m attending to as attor- K. French. Am happy in Lexington Lunches and ney. Mra. Hubert Hogsett returned and hnve lots of work to do." Sunday to her home in Milwaukee, Cooling Drinks The following attended the dance WK, lifter a imt to Danville relatives Wednesday evening: Mr. She was accompanied by her brother, at Lancaster and Mi Lucy Lee WalMay Be Obtained Koroatus ltcid, Jr. Danville Mesten-i;e- r. Carl Cniter ton, Mr. Strother Carter and Mis Josephine Hrady. Mr. Sam Kmhry and Mi-- s Lettie Walkei McKinney, Mr. James Cooper and Miss Ljle Cooper, People Say To Us at fl cannct cat this or that food, it does Messrs. Joe Hill, Harvey Wilkinson, Carson, not r.prco with nic" Our advico to St"wirt Ciirson, Claiborne Walton lirvnn I'erkins. I'resWi'liam an ki incin is in iai;c n Dyspepsia cott ISrown, Jeste Hockcr and Hubert (IncoiporatcJ) Carpenter. Mary Moor? Raney ami spent Wednesday in Crab Ijiii-eaate- r, rem-irkerHa-tiva- This was gien him by his ."Hint, Mrs. Martha Peoples, long sincu rone the way of nil good. He bus many othtr curios which he tells very interesting, ly about. In his bug of coin he hrs a $''() gold piet c that he has had for years, anil which hr calls a nest egg, "I'll never he out of tnono as Ion? na I keep tlml piei e," he as he pliued the j'old piece in hl Uig of ol.l and raie coins. Kcsaw" Story of a Green Package doWho I am and what I ing may be of interest to you. I rememrcr tWni; sf The mv cutting any figure in the when I wnt nffairt of life was tied up in a neat little bundle ami a lady took mc tenderly Into her hand and tarried me I to her home. vat certainly from the noite clad to get -- J in a. ua cmi ' yv v2rr ft" r rrl i Silk Hosiery I Rssp.nrinl' i I Som-urM- L ' I I I I I.an-envt- Mi-e- 't&3 Lsrnss .Ml i, I and confusion nf tht butinest On my way to the world. home 1 met quite a number of packages jtut like myself, torn: large, some iirsll, but each owner of a package teemed to be in qjitc good spirits and talked about what they saw and used such o prestions as, "10 pretty," 'so cheap," "takes so little money," "crtainly is a help to those who have just Ijtlle money," etc. I heard so much of lint kind of talk that I was very proud of ray birth- pjnce, and soon lnarned that there was someone extra do ing at the South-Eas- t corner of Main and Depot streets a visit right now from you to this spot will mean n great saving to you. When you are on the streets you will see many people with a green package like me and the owners have that pleased expression that one always wears when his dollar is well spent. carrying n green Everybody package. Why not you? la-d- y' '; Soft Summer Shirts $1.50 up Straw Hats $2.00 up r E .K MA complete your Summer Outfit. Cool Underwear, Half Hose, etc. to ,1 Incorp'ted Lexington Kentuckv Graves, Cox & Co Bessie Pendleton Becomes Mr E. A. Cartw right. Miss Hesie Pendletondaughter of the late (ieorh'e and Jennie Withers Pendleton, was married on May U9th to Mr. E. A. Cartwright, a prominent traveling representative of a bi,; Mis j I -- e, ISflWT- Phillips Phillips. When In Danville SHOP PERFECT - plumbing concern. The marriage oc- - ' cuired at Bowling Green, where the , bride has lncd for the last several months. It was a quiet, hut pretty affair, and the pair have since been "pending their honeymoon traveling The wife or Morgan Crane is dead over the country, kiting the most lm-- 1 nt Somerset. John Grain:, aeed 71. portant cities and eights East of the 'and Thomah Head, 79, are also dead MUsissippi. They nre now located at tin Pulaski. Petersburg, Va., where Mrs. Cart-wrigI Mrs. J. C. Colson's fine home at writes they are very happily iMiddlesboro was destroyed by fire. domiciled. She is delighted with the 'The loss it $10,000. Old Dominion and says the people of William Jennings Ilrynn will speak her adopted home have been exceed-- 1 The at Parks Hill Chautauqua on July 3. ingly kind and attentive to her. excel-- . remembered as an bride will Hear McChesnev at opera house Jlent youngbewoman and an attractive' lustonville, Monday night, June 21."l one. Her inenus anrf relatives join 'in the wish that ho ill nlwavs be v Our Advico Is: very happy and that une and her husWhen you feci out of sorts from constiband will never have cause to regret pation, let us fay that ii the important step they have taken. "K.S." ht I Prof. Winfrey's Trial Continued The trial of Prof. M. 0. Winfry, the Middleboro teudent "irei. Schools, of for years superin-tcidPu1 lie and i of the Stanford High School, it ch iged with performing a criminal operation on a young woman who tsJght in his school there, has been continued until the November term of the Dell circuit court, because of the absence of witnesses for the defence The Commonwealth announced ret.dy. Prof Winfrey has resigned a sune'rintendent and 'his resignation has been accepted by the board of trustees. I Vj , i " .V- -. te. - .SY?47'Jfca-8&5S- i r i i S k. Jt. yff-AKsa- iiim j' a m 7. 1-i- TH .' TUfin n i Fortified Tires ' ,7AreAlwa -- M', rf rftg$3ggg2Z "Cic J ClsK. r - r J.- - : 104,000 Men In (he jungles and fields, in our factories, etc., 104,000 men ore employed to meet the demand for Goodyear tires. No other lire commands anywhere near such favor. And this spring has shown, in sales to dealers, nn increase of 52 per cent. I improve- three conspicuous ments. &caM Tablet d5fSt)i;S!C! Mysteries of Bheiimatistii PractieaEly Solved : Joeie !s Sale Sfiil On. & before and alter each meal. 25c a box.1 Pannv't Drug Stom. H'jcn- Hear- .McChcnoy at opeia houe. ille, Monday nit,ht, June -- 1, DANVILLE, K.Y. do not ichcve you, sco a physician, lccaiio no other homo remedy wUl. Sold ouly by us, 10 ccuta. Penny' Drug Store. Action in he Tissues of a Remarkable Antidote ssssssT ssssssH Jissssssssssssssssf ssssssssssssH 07 sissssssssssssar ssssssssssssssssssr "," 'iVf-'?Vs- " Sssssssssssssssssssk lllsssssssssssssssssssllteik?sssssssssH Our Sale is drawing good crowds and we are more than satisfied with the busines it is bringing us. We just want to tell the people that the Bara'gains are not all gone, but lots of them are still here waiting for them. We have a Hammondt Youcc- At the Veranda Hotel at 1 :30 yes.- -' terdny afternoon Dr. D. M. Walker! uaited in marriup? l!e. Luther Young, of Columbia, and Miss Koc Hammond'', of Dunnille. They drove up in an auto with Mr. i.nd Mrs. J, R. I ar.-oof Phil, who vtood with them ' duiing the ceremon. Quite a numbor ot Stanford people were invited to i witness the marriage and did so. jtev. , Christian Ydhik is pastor of th of Antioch, (irecn itivcr, th.u Gum ii k and McKinney ami is a rrc--t liOmiMHg young divine. The iMde is the daughter of Dr. L. V. Hsmriiimls, a successful phyblviun of the Dunnille eection of Cuey and is a eiy attiaittve young woman. After the ceremony tho party drove to Liberty, wheie Itev. and Mrs. Younjr will tpend eeral days, going later to he home for a visit. They will likely locate at Columbia. n, I Some Goodyear supremacies can be seen ot n glance. Compare size and thickness with the average tire. Compare number of fabric plies. Prices Down Goodyear has made in about two years three great price reductions, totaling 45 per cent. The last was on Feb- Extra Values a I S. S. S. Is a Itccular Wizard in Driving Out Ithcumallsm. Ttlieumntlum Is often tlio rffect cf somo body It rushes Into every cell, causes ligament, tendon, otlitr Mil iirrilctlnn thut lias left ItM lia tury bono, muscle,every nervo to thrill press In tlio Joints, musikH nnl tnuimn mucous surfaco ond rovitliib's of ttio body It works Into tlio with freedom, with health, with new-- ! uiul tprlnsincss. telly, thoso tiny, little boultm In tlnuo And lTt i f all, B. S. 8. though a row-cifwlilcli nutrltlvu Kes tn Ami It Is lno Big Line of Shirt 49 Waists and Dresses of AH Kinds. Come to Headquarters and GQt Your Mon- that a must rcmurl.oble mc'l.ili.c l.mwn us B. H. B. doftf Its most uctlvu and nut caootlvo work. Its nollun la marvelous. Hod ridden rliounwtloa LCt on thtlr feet as If by nailin tb.it inuKto. Tliut u M. da ii my iiuulo ou hug u rul lift stuvo is Mne In vxtrurlutlng xlu thut u twInMlint That muilo u fwitlicr lay us licuvy us a ton of up and Yeu coiil on tlio skin la ilanco with Kko. Your rtunimatltm Is cone absolutely! It Is an utual loeloal fait, tlwt Kw.n's tluro Ipealflo lluklirs your blwnl. ulos ito'llj- unllro blood circulation a lino UlQKHIRh luilli. It Just naturally ond In a twliklin; luluatcH ovcry atom hi yuur cc. t't ocrwhi'lniliig enemy to id the causts ot rheumatism Is as Iin c us tlio dew n n pouch blossom, as pAvcrful ns tlio heroic works of nature, is Jrcli!ni; sh the peremptory deiiiund cf the mmit txatt srliuce. Ask for and Insist upon Rotting S. 8. S. tl.u world's euro for rheumatism. l'cr prWiito, personal udlco on stubborn chrome rhtuuiutism write at onco to the Hvtlfi Bl'eiJtlc Co, 203 Swift Dulld. lnt;. Atlanta, Ga. Their medical deiwrt. went Is faniouu on all blood dlseusos, and Is eiiiliiud to make eronal blood tosts, LUirovod by the hlfthost medloal aulhori-tics- . Get a hottlo ot 8. 8. 8. today. Then uwuy coca rheumatism for all Uiuo. li ey's Worth. .nephew of former CoiiBresinman Geo. M. Da.id-ios- , now decoactxl, who for ycut was one of the nnrU''H fore- 1pm.It in Kn J.?Jnth Pnm.ri.- miit ''sonal dMriet, are prominent figures in the Mncoln county ileleiitlon. II r. Florence lu been promlnnntly mentioned as the Republican candidate for Ommouwealth's Attorney in that judicial district, and if he decidi to the race will make the Damo-.r.M- " I enter ni'minee "wtp borne." Leader. i Lax-inct- iGeore Fkience, of Stanford, the 'foimer a brother and the latter a Prominent Figures at Convention Dr. H. I.. D.uison and Attorney The reason is, we fortify our lires. We give the best that others give, plus five exruary 1st. Our matchless outIn costly clusive features. put enables n value which no ways, employed by no one else, 'other maker can duplicate. we combat: Goodyears mean less s Insecurity upkeep. That is proved Blowouts Punctures Loose Treads Skidding by our exclusive features, our dominant place, and the swell And we never skimp. De all price spite ing uooayeor tide. We urge reductions, Irou-ble.Ie- ss Rim-Qut- Goodyenrs tire better than e er. Lately wehaveudded GoodJIyear " you to join this C ASHON.OMIO Fortified Tires Cured Tires "On-Air- " With All. WcitbcrTrodtorSmooth army. Any dealer will supply you. Goodyear Service Stations Tires in, Stock: The Bargain Store. SALEM. & SALEM. Wliv we ir duty kIoItoh, when I can clean them for you for 10 to 20c? 49-- 2 Miss Sara Hundley, Stanford Hear McChsiiiey at opera hoube, Hustonville, Monduy night, Juno 'il. liioarl FOR SALE. A pair of red foxos, fjrown. A. It. .Matheny, Stan-ford, It.t. 4U-l- p Stanford, Crab Orchard, - Anderson Bros. Bell & Dyehouse. glll'T'rmsMiiMir jy a,. 4Mr- "- -- mfr ,, .,- --- ri The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. :.. f it. !...( 'HP! t. i Farm and Stock News J'arri. of Unnvllle. rold lo Tope, of Ganvnl, rour-yc. 14 work mule for J. K. Mntlilon, of Payette, nottl to h C. Hlltlrcth, ropreoontntlvc of Hip ., Hotmnnt tJnbles, the fnut Sum McMcukln, for 80.000. It. II. Crow, of the Shelby City ecc- -, lion, told to II. V. Hill, of Hie Klk nllcy Knrm. near Monticollo. a fine. old Aberdeen AtiRiis bull mlf for $100. Chin. B. Hnwk, of Rock rounty, VK, hn 00 ewes from which were Churlc M. .1. nr throo-yenr-.t Friday, June 18, 1915. : M r Sfl III Season Tickets For Our Forthcoming Redpath Chautauqua arranging to inaugurate this Chautauqua this year the local committee bought 1,000 $3.00 season tickets, which will be sold, while they last, by them for $2.50 each. In . .4e4 lorn this spring Imrtlii, and J mnirlc iamb, all ef which arc livinjr. with the exception of C3 pnlrs of twin -- I fire. The Gndilunl farm in Mercer coun- ty, known an "Wildwood," was oold at public auction yesterday, Mr. (Have1 Ooddard beiiiK the purchaser at $13 jior acre. The place contained about ;i'J5 acres. Tobacco plants on the farm of II. 1 Kobinson of Iloylc, were stolen one night this week. Plants are very wnrce this year and quite a number of Kfowers hae lost their plants ly theft it is reported. Sam Ktnbry, Jr.. expressed w .urn. I.) man Pnrrish, of Richmond, Thurs- day, a pretty brown pony, for which Sir. Kmbry he Kot n nice price. makes n specialty of robins: ponies and he is liuins: a splendid gala on tliem. When these tickets are exhausted no season tickets thereafter can be had for less than $3.00. tickets will not be reduced from the first day to the close of the Chautauqua. For the single admissions to the respective entertainments see program. within the owner's family. All ; Also, tire price of season Season tickets are non-transfera- ble except . I season tickets are good for seven week days. There will be no Chautauqua on Sunday. Admit children atfed six to fourteen years inclusive, All children nrc admitted to the children's work free. CHILDREN'S TICKETS At the Indianapolis stocK yards. 00 head of fancy prime heifers were old by Henry K. Heck, of I.ouisvillo, iad.. wiucn far nine courts n pound, a price weight topped by .15 cents a bundled in the the best heifers that have been yards this year. The extent to which the warring nations of Europe are buying horses from the United States is indicated in some figures just made public by the Federal Department of Commerce, tlnrini. Inst Atiril hor.e to the value $7,088,811 of ......... 1 were exported from this ,!, c.mn xnrirwl mil i !, nr S"13J.7U unro x i ported. The total value of horses ex. ported during the ten months ended April 39, lBlo, was $li,ih:i1b4b; ot mules, ?7,47a,nu. am tnese animais of course, were not purcnaeu ior war I Chautauqua Week At Danville, June 30th To July 7th. purposes, but UJinuostionaldy great majority of them were. the REGAINS FORMER LIFE AND ENERGY containing .10 sugar coated v.hite pills, for Slic. One pill with n glass Sliss Fin LoulsWllo. Ky.. JunclH. of water before retiring is an nvcrage nic Ii. Robinson, of the millinery firm HOSP. f.nSV ailll IMUilMWll to take of Robinson & Hlomer. 1028 West Effective and positive 111 results, Market street, this city,ata successful Cheap and economical to use. Get a and widely known business woman, bottle today, taKe a dose lonigni xc foun,i roijt.f from Tanluc your Constipation win ie reueeu in,aftcr trying other icmcdies with the morning. ;n ior -- oc. umu urug- - permanent benefit "I was in a rundown romlitlon," she 'gists. 'explained recently, "and I seemed to have cry poor circulation. I suffered from very severe headaches, and my sleep was uncertain. I was nervous' '.and lacked energy. "I tried different physicians and 'different remedies without fptti . . . .chef. Ui.t. ia. a fric.id nid bottle lo me. "Why not...... :.a :.. iiiiu. of 1i Tan- -l ,.., 1.. ........ .nijtfet 11 in .H r it:Bi mi. Iiuruiic that owe a great deal to the person who MiRees.ted that to me. My trouble has disappeared since I began tnk-in- e this medicine. I am full of energy and vigor, eat heartdy, and sleep like a child. 5Iy nerves are in fine shape, and my friends hne noticed what a chance has come oer me. Tanlac did it all, and I nm glad to suy m public ly." Tanlac, the peerless preparirtion, is of especial value for its tonic duali ties. In cases of languor, poor nppe-titsleeplessness, faulty, circulation. utairlml trouble and rheumntism it jhas proved (J" remarkable benefit, at. .itores nave ii'Miiieu. j mm m'Mm m v IIrWMl1Mm- I Hits remedy is now on sale in -- " 1iNiv 19-- 1 at Penny's Druif Store. i -'e, Thirty-Si- x for 25 centi. Mi.t Finnic D. Robinson Tell. He Dr. King's New Life Pills are now She Wat Benefited From glnss bottles, supplied in Tanlac well-corke- d Greatest Automobile Bargain Of The Year. T4Bwr A $& . N Wall Paper .Mattings, Druggets. Our Line Is Very Complete. JWBBBBj''' w "Mfc jmj.- PENCE (& HILL, Stanford. && See My Newest Overiatid, Which Sells For $750; $325 Less Than THE 1910 OVERLAND IS THE SAME AS THE 1915 OVERLAND--THMODEL 80 THAT E Lat Year. LINE STRIPING OF CLEAR IT HAS THE SAME ECONOMICAL. gyT-i-nder i"i wMmmMmmmmm$5 xvMjl m4Zw&ZKrx7iwmzTT mnw )mxWMMMmimtt FAMOUS SOLD FOR POWER-IUTHIRTY-imj- WNGb ft WjeM $1,075. BUT THE PRICE IS 5325 LESS. HORSEPOWER, '(j PZ&MS. IvV? vX T$M&Zy. 3 using . Safety first ! Avoid the fire risk by CgsapM this fireproof, stormproof, and durable roofing. Prb?. ! ast as 'ong as tne building and never need repairs. . fe4j!J riREPRQQfi For Sale by - . -- i .Hfz " WILL STONE, Stanford, Ky. ROUT & MARTIN, Concrete Engineers, STANFORD, KY. pointment as campaign manager for II. V. McChesney, the Statewide candidate for the Democratic guberna torial nomination. .Mr. baulley and his paper were enthusiastic support ers of Governor J. C. V. Heckham far the United States senate and since the announcement of Mr. McChesney who, it is generally conceded, is backed by the Bcckhutn-Hal- y organization, Mr. Saufley has been one of hN most actie lieutenants. Mr. Saufley n who is in Lexington where some years ago he was the managing editor of the old Morning Democrat, passed thru this city er. route to Frankfort, where he has as sumed charge of the McChesney headquarters and has begun an active campaign for his chief. It is reported on good authority that in the event of jmination and Mr. MtChesiiey's election that Mr. Saufley will be his private sectctnry Lexington Leader. well-know- M. Saulley, of the Stanford Interior Journal, were not surpnscu at his ap Mny Be McChctney's Secretary. Lexington frivnds of Hon. Shclton THE STREAM-- I 'NE BODY IS THE SASH'. Ab THE $1,075 MOD-EOF LAST SEASON. IT HAS THE SAME MAGNIFICENT FINISH; THAT DEEP, RICH TONE OF DARK BREW-STEGREEN WITH FINE HAIR- - L R WEIGHS LESS. IT HAS IGNITION. IT HAS THE SAME UNDER-SLUNREAR SPRINGS. IT HAS THE CONVENIENT ARRANGE. MENT OF ELECTRIC CONTROL BUTTONS ON THE STEERING HIGH-TENSIOMAG-NET- motor, TOUR BUT IT COLUMN. THIS PRICE. IN DETAIL. FINISH, MECHAN. ICAL FINENESS. COMrORTS AND CONVENIENCES. THIS NEWEST OVERLAND GIVES YOU ALL THERE WAS IN THE THE SAME CLUTCH WHICH ANY WOMAN CAN OPERATEi THE SAME "EASY TO HANDLE" SHIFTING LEVEKSi THE SAME "EASY TO STEER WITH" WHEEL: THE SAME POSITIVE BRAKES. IT HAS 33x4 TIRES WHICH IS UNUSUAL ON A CAR AT HAS IT EASY-WORKIN- G AND EVEN MORE POWER. AND IT COSTS YOU BUT $750 J32S LESS THAN LAST SEASON'S LARGE 35 HORSE-POW-LOVERLAND. ARE DELIVERIES BEING MADE NOW THE COUNTRY. jp EVERY OVERLAkB DEALER HAS A WAITING ALREADY 'JAd.t:--QVER J1075 OVERLAND LIST. PLACE YOUUR ORDER IMME- DIATELY AND YOU CAN BE SURE Of A SPEEDY DELIVERY. 35 Horsepower motor magneto ignition crankshaft Thermo.syphon cooling High-tension Underslung rear springs in rear 33x4 tires; Demountable rims; with one extra Electric starting and lighting non-skid SPECIFICATIONS Rain-visio- Headlight dimmers ventilating type, windshield Left-han- drive, center control built-i- n One.man topi lop cover Magneto speedometer Instrument board on cowl dash Let me show you this Car and give you a Free Demonstration before you buy. It's the greatest Automobile Bargain you ever saw. "s i MASON'S GAP. Estimates on All Classes of Work. Block Work A Specialty. CRUSHED STONE For Sale At All Times. Dakota Jack Northxtiktn The Cowboy pgpri Br tt W HB .mM H MU V I1 Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIBS have made hi. turns famou. all over the United States and Canada. Compoted of Rood, Herb. Barki and Berrie. Far treatment of Human Dieae. Purelcy's Indian Herbe-- 45 Days' TreMment, Dakota Jack's Cowboy Linuntnt Dakota Juck's Creme Soap, Price 1 Oc, 3 bsrs 91.00 25c 25c Mr." and Mr.s. W. M. Kirkpatrhik were visiting their daughter, Mrs. James Davis. Misses Hlizabeth Davis and Florence Uurl.c were the welcome caller, at Maywood Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. II. C. Hurt und daughter. weiu visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Hurst bumlay. MLssos Cordia Miracle and Pearl k Hooker, Cloyd Lay and Lee attended the singing at Green River Sunday afternoon. Mrs. John Ilreedlove was out to see her mother Sunday. Miss Pearl Hooker spent Saturday night with Miss Cordiu Miracle. Oeorge Hasty filled his appoint- here last Sunday. Kirk-patric- M. S. Baug hman. Stanford, Ky. A UNIQUE RECORD Very Few Like It In Our Broad Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply nsk for a kidney lemedy get Doan'n Kidney Pills the same that Co.. .Mr. Harnett had. Foster-Mllbu49-- 1 Props., Buffalo, X. Y. m Rex Coal r"i."v 'A, 'VtfCiJ Difference Between Miss and Mrs. A heeond giado teacher had difficulty in getting the children to distinguish between Miss and Mrs. They would insist on haying one when they meant the other, relates the New Yoik Evening Post. Finnlly, to make the distinction more clear, she said, "John what is tho difference between Mi.s and Mis?" Whereupon John, one of the children in the room, startled her with the answer, ".Mister." $300 Reward for Sloan. Governor McCreary Iras offered $300 reward for the arrest of Marion Sloan, wnnted in Breathitt countv for assaulting und killing his daughter. Ihe Mllinir occurreil at Saturday evening. The offer of re-- ! ward was rcciuestcd bv the countv judge, who stated in this communication that Sloan attacked his daugh- -' ter about a year ago. ntriking her over the head with ii hummer, causing her mind to become deranged. shears' All on salu at Drug Store. Stanford, Ky. ! PURSUY'SWDIAN HERBS Dlt J-- ck' Home Addreti: Atlanta, Ca.. Grateful testimony for Doan's Kid ney Pills, published everywhere is of i MT. SALEM. itself convincing evidence of merit.: Miss Anna Gay Lutes, of I.exitigton forms still ,is visiting Miss Nancy McKinney. Confirmed testimony Sam Hill, of Stanford, is the guest fctronger evidence. Years ago, a citi-- 1 .Mrs. X. .Mel arty, en of this locality gratefully acknowl-j- of dged the benefit dened from Doan's Friends fn Mt. Sale m were very Kidney I'll s. 'I lie statement is now much surprised over the wedding of confirmed the proof more convinc .Mls.s l.ula vwule and .Mr. John .Maing. Lasws or this KMcl are plcntltui rtin, who weie joined heart and hand at Moreland Sunday afternoon. Mr. in the work of Doan's Kidney Pills Cloyd McAninch and Miss Myra the record is unique. John T. Harnett, carpenter. 1'ow- - Adams accompanied them. Mi John McKinney was i it Stanland, Ky says: "I have used many kidney medicines in the past few ford Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Burton were in years, but Doan's Kidney Pills was the only one that gave me relief. My work Middleburg Sunday. Miss Sallie Austin und son were in calls for heavy lifting and much btooiung. This weakened my kidneys Phil Sunday. .Miss Mattie Burton spent Monday cause.1 attacks of lumbago and a and ache across the small of my with .Miss .Nancy .McKinney. Miss Myra Adams is at nome from back. I also had other annoyances. caued by weak kidneys. Doan's Kid- Stanfoid. ney Pills hrosht relief." Misses Laura and Ethel (irider were OVER THREE YEARS LATER, in McKinney Saturday. .Mr. Willie Montgomery is improv Mr. Harnett said: "I have had no le- turn of kidney compliant since I used! ing rapidly. 1 iook upon Mr. and Mrs. Owen Diimeion were Uonn s Kidney fills and n McKinney Saturday. the benefit ns pcimanent." Black Star Black Crescent Ail hot, No Ml mw V r. T- - TV ' ;. free Burners KssssF f VEHoi soot, few ashes O'llifi REX COAL YARDS H. L. PERKFNS, Prop., Successor to E. B. Denham Jjfcj 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." SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION ...MONEY TO LEND... On Farms in Sums of $2,000 and up. Easy Terms. Apply to CINCINNATI t and RETURN Sunday, ' ROUND TRIP June 20. FROM JUNCTION CITY $1.50 101 She'd Married The Brute. "Do you think that If 1 refuso him he will probably do something rash?" "Nope: he'll piobably live to be triad of il." "Then I shall marry him, the brute" Houston Pobt. A Mistake Made By Many. When you suffer paiiiH and uches b dny and sleep disturbing bladder weakness by night, feel tired, nervous and run down, the kidneys and bladder should bo re .o red to healthy, strong and regular action. It is a SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5i35 A. M. Ask Ticket Atfent for Particulars II. G. KING, Bromley & Bromley The Insurance Agents Stanford, Kentucky. Lancaster Bottling Works, Exclusive Distributors, Lancaster, Ky. Here There Everywhere. iWr and Ticket Agent $ t' r i V t . ' East Main St.,-- Lexington, Ky. mistake to postpone treatment. Foley's Kidney Pills put tho kidneys In sound, healthy condition and keep them active and strong. Sold 'AtfpunlsQporBoitled' BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J. ll till ,,VIM ! J& ? .illll HTM . inin'i! r jngjffiT in ti'it'i(m ifc' i . 'uLMll. .twacxH .. MfflfciTfsMMIOWl - 'Hi . in . i . 4m(S jHS WIj' swsn""" t-