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I The Interior Journal No. 50 Thlai Papar 8t?ji WhM Tow TtflM ii ua Wateb tha Dal Oa Labtl Reaaw Yonr Sebtcrlat'oa Proaiatfy a4 Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, June 22, 1915. COUNTY GARRARD Tuesdays and Fridays r ) P J V r V IT' v. J in,925 Crab Orclmrd, Ky. What'. Going On There Told by the Miss 107,125 I. J.'t Energetic Correipondent. THE BIG CONTEST Miss Jnliu Ilrown, 2 Mary Gaines sfv-nMiM Kiln Rlgsby, 2 10,825 J, L. Shearer bought 4 hond of heiHuttonrllle, Ky. fers from J. F). Pope nt $25. Miss Roberta lllnin 129,850 Miss Viola Beagle l.ti Wudiosd.iy Fight anil No Miss Margaret Allen An Open Field 191,975 for a month's visit to friend In Nush-villDut the Time it Getting Miss rhrlatlnc Lnlr 179,825 Favors. Gilbert i Creek, Ky. William 11. Cook, purchased a couShort to Decide the Wlnnert of the Miss Kmmn , 8,550 ple of young cattle from J. 1). 1'ope Which Will Da Miss Nell lluck Valuable Prliet 8.07C for $125. Kings Mountain, Ky. Glrcn Away on July 17th, So Put Misses Hcslc and l!mma Sanders of of 108,725 Madison county, aro guett Forth Your Beit Effortt During the miss uraro mompann Stanford, Ky. Misses Bessie and Eunice Prnthor. Few Remaining Day and Let Your Mrs. Walter Jonei Mrs. II. S. Ilrown and daughters, 101,975 Windiip Be a Roundup of All Pot- - Miss Kva Rankin 191.075 Misses Minnie and Ndrn, left last Miss Patience Cnlmcso tibia Subscription!. 11:1,425 week for their home in Paris, Ind. Mr. Lucy Miller Hartley Miss Kdith Montgomery Is in Lex101,075 a..y iwh. ! 152,1100 ington for a visit to Mrs. It. T. Dunn. K I KWK ? VII ANOTHFR Miss Hannah Abridge, of Stanford, 120,825 Miss Fannie Scott. R- -l 121,750 is hero for a rNt to Mrs. J. Knymond 11,950 Hnscldcn and Mr. llasclden. it Now In Force and While Not Quite Miss Osu Farmer, 3 Wayne.l.urg, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Ed England, of AtAt Large at the Dett Vote Offer 85,375 lanta, are here for n stay with Mrs. Ye.lerd.y, WW. iMlM Com Singleton Closed Which 29,825 England's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnck Solft Alunrlc Nererlhele.t Mate Your Votet OnJjMi Mnr Wttrrtncr 1 1,025 Adams. Miss Nancy Yengcr, of Stanford, Subscriptions Count Up Very Rap - Miss MalicI Wright, R1.325 I Ky (was here for the dance on WedneMlay 1M,:,s,,em, idly. ,. ., icvening and the gueht of Mrs. 11. C. ptMirws otiiimu (Mi rvimiuy auuon, U.SIK.CT NO. 2 recently Mr. James A. Hoazlcy Lancaster. Kv. .. tlio present time It would he dif- - m:-- .. ii...- tv... At 191,975 bought a handsome team of horses to to male even, an intelligent ... St flcult be used in his henr from Mr. Manuel Cf..nov , i'f.i ry. 191,975 Johnson, paying $500 for them. ruiM at tn the nroliali'.J wmncn oi the big prizes in the Ititoilor Jour- Miss Loufoe aim iick, Hon. and Mr. Robert Harding nnd Hire 5,850 nal's Big Travel Tour and Prize Condaughter, Mls Margaret, of Danville, Hrndlirad. Ky. test. The race Is such an open one Mls A.la Wpnl 103,125 were liere Wednesday, the guests of in either that nny one of the nominees Mis Etta Cable 05,050 Mrs, J. K. Robinson and Mr. Robin- district may ho the winner of the Cap. Mill. Danville, Ky, Many dif- MiM close Itul Prbe nt the Mrs. J. C. Robinson left Saturday 179,025 changes may he noted in the .Mil's Kliralicth De ferent 00,750 for a Msit tn Musdnmes James ElliJoy myior , , , il now ami Jiiiy m , Wm, Jonotf, of IM between ntR, ,r s 191,975 son of Kkhmond ' Clark county and Charles Richardson C,?!C ..' .U..C. l7, :. Unction Cll, . Ky . ' "" i Miss Gertrude tichflnbon 105,225 of Lexington. Mrs. W. G. Anderson returned last n.j 01 "t bottom ,,,'Vi," ,.i,; ad some week from Y"' 'Miss KmilyMu rnh: 123,050 dnughtors, a protracted stay with her n'.r.v iif iimniiir liiu ni Mcsdames J. Roe Young cii tw uit fpr'bpu' Ky. L. Bowman, of close. It Is not at all nnlikely th'itl.,. 3,125 of Maysville, nnd J. entering in the n.r'cr, wwne new candidate Lewis county. Ky. couple of weeks may pull down, JI,'M Lour V. next auwrrc Ilrown 35,825 loads A. lambs,has shipped two car one of the best prbu. In a recent of about 300 head to eont-s- t Jersey City and Cincinnati markets. in another state, a contestant entered eight days before the cam- They incraged about 75 pounds and LATEST WAR NEWS nnir-1- 1 ri mill Ullll tile IIIUITUSI. ' lirotight 7 1 icnts. '!-.- . 1,1 I rr C. iv . iii.".-j,",- ow I. - ln.nnu.IMn John Robinson purchased from " ' The Hnue of Commons unanimoiis- pri7.u iiiirnMi. I,r- - Thomas Hicks ,h,,I" "'" . ",lor,e" nredict to whom victory will fall in of the Mt. Hebron sec""J ;on"!Vp1tnnilni 1. ."-..v.,.. :: .." this contest, of McKenna with n ." blank check which tion fall Garrard, fifteen head of cattle Big Vote Offer. ror Another delivery at $5.7B. a may Woods Wnlkor mirrhnsi'd n R.venr. This week the contest manager an- billionamount, atThe maximum ,to Ova dnllnrs. Chancellor .tated old mare from J. Matt Craig of Rockanother big Note offer whiih, nounce on technical uhliu nut ns bitf s the Best Vote Of- thatlimit the the loan, question as to castle county for $200; nUo a tlir it equine from Wilson X. Rogers of fer whieli closed yesterday, will, nev- gerous toofdiKlose the would bu dantieeessity for ertheless make your otes on not fixing any definite sum. The loan Southeast Garrard for $200. count up ery rapidly. The young men of Lancaster gave liu issued Thoie candidates who found It im- will per cent at par nml rill bear a delightful dance on Wednesday eve I inteiest. possible to get all their promises ning nt the Kex Auditorium. A goodly first draft of the rushed in time to take advantage of to The Amencnn note, itGerman replv number of belles nnd beaus fiom the the is presumed, adjacent towns were present. Offer sliouh: make eery the Biggost will be completed this week, and refrJTort to miirt all puaaihlo subsc-p-tlo- ns Mrs. J. KocKuou bmitli entertained during the present big ote in- erred toIt Kmporer William nt the recently at a "Progressive Rook Par is the front. ducement. Make a whirlwind cam-i- a misuse of ni'iitrnl impression that the! ty" for her guests, Misses Bessie nnd Hags and the chnrgp gn from now until July 17th and haniH .McKee Urewer, who nave re- .1, f i...., n'" ..... nil li.. ?" n,rmcd w,,1')?1 turned to their home in LebaHon ICV.y"lll ...1...I.... .,' a rMiti.ttiri.1 rf .... .'"! t. lill'lllullv , ...i,.h,. . .... . ... . . iihii . .. III, i. nc ,,, '.mi. mmln .' , possible sunseripuom "vt .Mr. .mil .Mrs. w. A. Arnniii Mr,lo.gire a ...,, Mr, i.vnn,.lB. nn( . m:,. MantU alout your race and don't give up nn uiicmpi win resi,lent " "0" (Arnold will leave soon for a recupera- Stick to the finish aiwl be a rpiu'iu nVY now. I ftive stay at Dripping Springs, having .. wi ii.er at all liastirdi. In a recentU...1 d ' ncc.or,,1,,nK,t" ,h, J .ontest In West Virginia the subat that summer rc-la - gnrt ollicial itcriptions which one candidate so sian poritlon iii Gahcia to fall Iluainto i ,' n P... ,.f th Kiork-- firm of cured n the very Inst day of the con ...... v... if... ..i. r u. " :' Kohinson nnd I'opc, has bean to test proved to be mc suosenpuons and as the Teutons arc '"" "V also fighting Letcher county on tlie tearch of cattle Khe needed to win the Capitnl Prize, east or this town, the investment of n(1 sucrCcdcJ in buying 50 yearling 11 she had stopped working even one Lemberg appears almost complete. or two days before that contest clo,.ed- The German Gencrnl, von Mackenscn, gtcurs, averaBiIIr b0ut 100 pounds nt ?15 , $no she woul.f not now be the proud pos- "a" But as . ... ..nr nf thet snlendid prize the end 1U iiusKa the railway conneing K:i- - .1 ,..,. r.rL.uit Court ....beiran Monday. f.t ccmiienr. cumnir on .u:-.- .. ... .. wun v workini: until it u:is. jh ' commono law A'coo It is nnd won the lirire she most desired. the retreat northward.report ihdlcates equity-nnAn ollicial Turkish jury nt th,8 ve So let till candidate in this contest ret0 Feel)-tlUrdnnelles, farmcM uro untf,uuIy busy member that persistence is one of the renewed activity in U.e shelling bed- - t J allied battleships winning qualities jou need. wh ,hoir B. c0 dul Bahr forts. entertained nt n Mrs. J. Time Enough to Win. Continued French advances, espe- well nrrnnged Sorer conlimentnry enough dinni-The next couple of weeks is energy cially in the region of Arms, are re to Miss Pearl Soper, of Lexington, time for any contestant wun I urther progress nnd Kev. J. W. Beagle nnd family,e and detertninaUon to get a sullicient Ported Irom I'arls. Lor s clnime d in mine mid in before their departure for their number of subscriptions to place her Ulc osKes. in Hustonville. in the Miming class before the close t biir vote induiwment Lancaster friends have received innf the Thoe eontestunt who did not do the w. C. T. U. Conrentlon at McKinney, vitations to the Commencement exerwork they nugnt nae none iiiinn.') T,u. w c T ,, of t,jv:sio,. n cises at Marshall College, Huntington, the last big vote offer can now make ConKroi!sionnl i)istrict. nssem-u- p West, Va., Miss Frances Anne Geiger. for lost time and within n short ,)k.(I j( ,nunl moetlnK at McKinnev, formerly of this city being one of the time be up in the front ranks. Juno 17. A fitting introduction whs graduate I.in a large class. James Hamilton nought j mi. nn. no contestant .1 has such a . r i fc..i. ... ...- ........p. ... the Sliver from J. D. Pope, tho animals numlicr ot votes inav sne c.ui Ju.dnl Contcs, Wednesday evening In to the Letcher county drove. The race is yet to be won nnd wMch safe. at,je, fron, (iirtircnt those who make the most or the pres- ubii.,.i 10 (lstrict took-- part. A nt prices ranging from $17 for the of (.,i tnt vote inducement will have the ..n llllv il u.h wiivtvsa n,., aiiiia uivi smaller ana more interior gr.icie to Mt ii tin VII bovine. and $30 bet chance to have their name appear nvervnne did credit tn nil. auxilliarv $29Mr. W. J. for the heaviercourteous the Rnnmns. the on the Judge's report of the winners. senduig them, but one excelled. Mhs .. nw..lu1 i.. manager of the Lancaster opera house in,J- u..u... SI. 11. Cnnteit Clotrv, July I7lh. Dudley Big Travel good-Tou- r lias just leased it to Messrs. The Interior (ontestwillcloseS.it. Stllnfor,t At 9:30 Thurday. a , and Prize numl)Cr of delegates and friends and Ramsey of Lexington, vvhocome piomisv to urdav. July 17th. But a short time fr()m n t, nf ihp ,li!triot greeted highly recommended nnd community winners of the t,1(J ,,1Mtrct ,)rcsi,icnt, Nra. J. K. give the picturo-lovm- g remains to decide-thhaml'oiae I.elnni Piano, or the lour j,.lllK,m!,llf flu tay i Oiled with first class pictures nnd snows. Mr. W. A. Farnan, of Omaha, Neb., IntcrnaHonal work ,oth ,jNl$nnt ,) helpful. We to the Pannmn-Parifi- e Kvnosltion and other valuable prizes. wprc ,lonori!ll ,,y the re.cnce f two has purchased a partnership in the If thcr- - is any mlsiiike in the of our htn(o otJlcero Mrs. Beauehamp well known fnm of Hudstin & Hughes, count of any contestant s votes up to am, Mr() .,.nrHnnt iwa5 strength-th- e the local grain and seed dealers in present date, t must b called to t,ng nml helps , to lluND our iuaii,.rs this community. Mr. Farnan, wife, the attention of the contest miuiagcr nmonK us. Only one spent the and interesting little son. hare taken before next 1r.urt.dav night. Other; ctire day with us, so we award the rooms with .Mrs. H. F. Walter. Elder F. M. Tinder, the popular and wise the vote standing as published wh,tp rillfJon to jjr, j, s, HaUghman, Chrisof today must be taken as correct. 0r ,Stnnfdrd. The weather was fine beloved pastor was the Lancaster silver presented a Until further notice, contestants ,e of ;IcKlnney did ev- - tian Church, t)(J loving cup by the officers of the will be allowed to poll usulllcient e,ythlng for our pleasure and of votes to pl.ieo.Hwlr stand- - f1. Thev tolt, U8 tmU tho w C- - Ti chuich, upon the rounding out of his ing 30,000 votes in ndvance of the ,)U, ,)Cn K00(, for McKinncy nnd 12th voar ns pastor. The presentation speech was mado by Professor .M. L. leader of the pieceding issue. wo , .0 sure tnt McKinney wns good manner. 'for the W. C. T. U. Thu following Caneer in a most appropriateml enterThe Big Vote Offer. 1! ill Miss Margaret The rahedule of votes given below' resolutions were passed by tho con-wi- ll tained about 20 af her .it her be In force between the dates of mention: o'clock-dinnehome nt Resolvedfirst, that we. the W. C. pretty countryguests of a six were June 2 1st and Thursday night, July honor The 1st ut 5) o'clock. No better vote offer p. U., of Division B., EtehUi Con-wi- ll Mrs. Samuel Rose, of Philadelphia g bo made at any future time dur- - Kressioual Distrct, In convention Margniet Woo'.folk of tha contest so do not hold luck emblv, recommend to each auxilliarv and Miss The eilnr scheme was pink i' subscriptions with the expectation of that they see to it that every cut in the was a bigger vote for If you do ,U(e for town, county, distiict or nnd white undof ices and enkes. ..... ... All is in .Lin nllli. il,.,.lr,i-- Iiiu linattfmi nil refreshmentsreadiness for the Redp.ith will bo greatly disappointed jou "l "iiivi., ..v..... the liquor question: nnd use every Chautauqua which will hold a five New Subscriptions lawful means to iniiuence voters to das piogram here beginning June 127,800 votes 10 years 97,200 votes support only those candidates who 8 years 2 1th nnd lasting through the 28th. A V()r ,,n amendment to the constitution 59,400 5 years number of prominent lecturers nnd 4(1,880 votes to prohibit both tho manufacture and oiators will hold forth, such us Dr. 1 years in 31.200 votes sl "f intoxicating liquors go tho Wm. A. Colledge, Rev. Joseph K. Grif . 3 years Into fiths, 21.000 votes state, such amendment to and Hon. J. Adam tlede. Un 2 yeais r, 10,200 votes elleet, January i, iimu. 1 year the second day, Miss Geitrude C KU la, ..K .". UlHfc n lich contralto will give a - OCCUI1I1 Old buuscriptwns. Ii111,lkl,.Wl ,h. local uxilliarv for In Hayden Thom-n45,800 votes viting us to McKinney; to thobo who rwcital assisted by Mr. night, the . . Ifl years On Grand Opeia 34,000 viesijio Kindly prepared nnd seived the , 8 years Singing paity, in special votes excellent and abundant Junth; to . 20,500 5 years 1 15.200 votes t)s(, wno Ml beautifully dccoiated costumes will present the second net years 11,100 votes t,th church nnd hall; nnd t nil who of tho opera, "Martha," or an act n years tho "Tales of Hoffman." The 7,000 votes ,n years y wa.. tontiibtited to our pleus- - from day of the Chautauqua is fourth 2,000 votes urt, ulllj cmf,t. 1 year as Hand Day, when Jaroslay n known 0I Third that wo express our his great concert band to statu and district olllcvis Cineru and and render two programs, o ItUW I lie I iJtrtisi-- ' wif. O'for their efforts in aiding us to a will appear nfternoon nnd the rUher In the KnllnwhiL' is the standing of 'stronger and more systematic organ- - onethe evening. in of the contestants up to Tuesization. day, June 22, 1915. I'm Get Rid of Your Rheumatism. votes together or place in enA Word to the Public. velopes before depositing in to get rid of your Now is tho thanking rheumatism. time ,cnn do it if you may he Wo take this method of You the ballot box. Votes they friends in a.id apply Chamborlnin'b Liniment. W. A. our customers and clipped from the paper or nrounit McKinney, for the patronage Lockhnrd, Homer City. N. Y write, are given free on both old and they hare given us in tho Inst live "Last spring I suffered from rheumaAsk for new subscriptions. years. After July 1st we will be votes when paying your pains in my urms nt Stanford In tho vara known tism with terribleI got a bottle of o as thu Myers burn, und wo will be and shoulders. LUinusit and the first prepared to handle horses, nufcomo-Llle- s Chnmjierluin'ii and do livury vvoik. Will bavo uppliculion relieved me. By using Mor.Und, Ky. soiae good rigs, wagons, bugg e.i nnd one bottle of It I wns entirely cured." 9,075 uutog for hire. Call ua up when yttu For Milo by All Dealers. Misa Lydm Weddlo us " j. " ict ika want tn ride. Ilrtncfed. yourvH 'o Miss Anna S. Reynolds.... Ve 130'075.anil have hitched or FOR SALE One goad Miss Olga Myers combined horse und a rubber tiro rigui. iimimmk- - - vw Mn.. 40.lau.you.!." Mias Prudence Ferrell . ... -- ..Il trap. Mm. Hugh Noe; Lancaster i lo give ua w wun. V...j in, Ky. Mgr. street. ou-- u Miu Kuth Cocking ..'......'...... 01,860 tni & Uowyer, G. II. Masters, K-R-- ANYBODY'S RACE IN Miss Ituth Tnnner . .. Miss Mnry Lois Onnn 55.27G DOINGS IN GARRARD ENTHUSIASTIC At Remit of Two Fine Speechet by Me MoChetney There Saturday. ESTIIRACE ALFORD KILLS OLIVl!K SMITH SUNDAY Had Been Drinking All Day-Pu- WHAT'S COING ON GOV. SLATON COMMUTES THE COUNTRY OVER LEO FRANK'S SENTENCE A rlr c. Holts-claw- K-- 'M -l ni. "'' ti 1 H "'.'"": tt 1 1 -in lill.T ljc -. l. -- jr.. ... .... ""-rente- i in "" I ki-n- "" .. d ii.. h r "'' new-hom- nn-scn- ,,,,,, .,. nei-fe- rs n-.--j - ,,i n,, t'-.;- e m-i- er l.j ns-in- n. candi-gettin- Stern-bergo- 1 s. oooooooooooooooo nupre-Oiclutio- oooooooooooooooooo "( ,.. -- ' four-year-o- ld Although farmers nrc very busy, u Claimed good crowd turned out at Lancaster Saturday nfternoon to henr Hon. II. At nbaut 8 o'clock Sunday evening V. McChcsncy speak on behalf of his Ksthrngc Alford shot nnd killed Oliver candidacy for the democratic nomina SmitVi. Tlin mnn Vinl Iman ilia linaf nf .Ion for governor. As the courthouse friends nhd hnd spent most of tho day m iHiiuHiiy uiaiii miui: i piej.ni- - urinKing together. Airord usvd n to being remodeled the speak-- 1 shooter pump gwn nnd only fired one Ing wns held Inthe Romans opera shot. It took effect bnck of his right was inlro- - ear and death was instantaneous. house. Mr. McClicsney by Hon. James I. Hamilton, ford Is a son of Jack Alford, is 22 one of the best known nnd lending years of nge and unmarried. Smith democrats of Garrard county. Mr. jvvas 35, and leaves a widow anil six Hamilton made a strong spoech of He was n son of Crit troductlon declaring with emphasis (Smith, who comlucti n store on tho Hint men nnd personalities were of Mt. Salem piko just beyond McKin-sma- ll moment in the present cam-jneThe killing occurred not far , pnign with such a momentous and Floyd's in the Geneva ?rU portnnt issue before the people. Hcitlcmcnt, n mile or so south of that the issue was simply IKinnca. Sheriff Wcnthorford was right nnd wrong nnd that the tlflcd of the killing and with his depu-da- y was fast coming when the men of .ties, W. S. Dryc and Marshall Hcr-th- o country were more concerned ring arrested Alford. They found ir the homo of Mrs. Annie about the welfare of their homes and ,lim children thnn they were abouttrell, not far from where the tragedy .occurred. The officers had no trou- the personalities of cundidntos. Mr. McChesncy then made one ofiu'c In arresting him nnd bringing the mpst telling political arguments nnjj, to jail, There nre conflicting reports of the ever heard in Gnrrard county. He l hw nvnnripiiri. no n killing, 80 this Paper cireS both sides hrinflv state ofliclal and outlined plans for 'Jf tnu trngedy, one coming inihrectly ",c w,"e "' "K eau man nnu putting tho state government upon n sound husinetMfooting, nnd then de- tho other from Alford, who admits clared his position in unmistakable firing the fatal shot. Alford, who is 22 years old, made terms against the liquor interests and their bliirhtinir influences unon utilities the following statement to nn I. J. I and the homes of the state. He dc-- J representative in jail yesterday I mnnded the submission )f nn amend- - am a son of Juck Afford nnd live merit to the constitution to give the near .McKinney. Oliver Smith wont people the right to vote upon state home with me Sunday about supper wide prohibition, nt proved that it time nnd I asked him to eat. Said is the soundest democratic doctrine he didn't want anything, but would that the people should he given this wait until I ate my supper. He eni : nnd proclaimed that he is a wth me to get some whisky, which I better democrat in advocating such told him I had at home. After supn principle than those other candi- per we started out, be saying he was date who are setting themselves "up going to his home and I oa my way that the people should n.iciy givn a to Sam Douglas.' When we got to vote upon the important issue. Mr. Mrs. Kittrell's we found Smith's wife McClicsney is n charmiiur and forceful there. They called to me to come in, stump speaker. He has a good de sayinr they wanted a drink. I told livery, and makes a fine impression them that I would not come ri but upon nn nudience. He held the undi- sent my bottle of uhNv in to Smith vided attention of his hearers thru-o- and the others. Oliver Smith promhis address, and at its conclusion, ised to bring my bottle back to me, was assured by scores that they will but would not do so. Said later that be found fighting hard for him when it was his whisky and he would give primary day rolls around. Many who me none of it. Finally he enme out had been undecided, rmd some who on the pike where I was nnd asked had declnred for rthcv candidates. me if it was whisky or trouble that I came out openly for him, asserting wanted. I told him that if giving me their belief th.it the good citi7cnhip the whisky would cause trouble he of Garrard stands for the things th.it could keep k. He sold it looks like he proclaimed to them in his speech. you are mad, and ns he said so he A splendid organization h firing per pulled n pistol from his pocket and fected for him in Garrard. The nenti- - drawing it on me, cursed me. I told ment for the nomination and elec him we wcio good friends and that he tion of this man is growing by leaps knew I laid no gun. I told him furand hounds all over the state. Re- ther that he had the drop onI mc, but that ports from many other counties In gun, if he would wait until got my I this end of the state are that he will He told would settle matters with him. me to go get my gun nnd that get a tremendous vote and his friends vvouy be ay that he is a sure winner. f hewent to my inere when I agot back. 1 home, nearly mile disHe spoke at Brvnntsville Saturday night to nnolhcr good crowd. About tant, and got my sh6t gun and when I got bnck he was walking on toward a dozen Lincoln democrats went over is home. I set mv gun down, when to hear him speak at Lancaster. I reached him. He asked me if I wanted a drink? I said no, that I Read! Read! Read! wanted hard feelings settled. Well. Honor to whom honor is due J. he here, it llro. J. G. Llvingstoa has been n and said, we will settle drewright pistol he" faithful minister of tho Gospel for fromstepping b:ck I grabbed his gun his- pocket. my thirty odd years and has converted I and marned more people and done and shot him. We then took my gun back home. had more gratuitious preaching and "built had any trouble and I never before thought we more churches than all former minis good friends." were' ters of our county. Alford was sitting in the jail seem The late Judge M. C. Saufley said of what hnd hannened Rro. Livingston's ministerial work ingly carcle was worth more to the Commonwealth when the I. J. man interviewed him. He talked freely and semed to think of Kentucky and to Lincoln county in subduing crime than the combined that he had done nothing more than aid of all the Judges, Magistrates and his duty. He admitted that he had been in jail, having served a senCommonwealth s Attorneys. Bro. Livingston has met with a tence a year ago for earryng weapons. Admitting that he great financial loss, lightning having struck and destroyed his large stock had taken n number of drinks during, barn and farming implements and wie uuy, ne sutieti enipiiuiiiuuy wiuir some stock. His means are limited he was not under the influence of financially, and he is in feeble health whisky. and now an old man and minister and Mrs. Smith's version of the killing has given his life to public service nnd and the incidents leading thereto are now behooves the public to it ns follows, according to the statein a substantial way by ment of her brother-in-laZora contributing freely to help BrcaftLiv-ingsto- n Smith, who was in town yesterday; rebuild his barn. Dof not "I han gone to Mrs. Annie Kittrell's delay but act now "The Lord Loves house after my husband, where I a Cheerful Giver." found him. and n little later Alford Bro. Livingston s address is Stan came. He (AJford) began to demand ford,. Ky. U. F. D. No. 1. some whisky he claimed my husband Mirny menus. had. Mr. Smith sent him word to come in. but he refused to, saying Colored High School Commencement. he would never darken the door agnin. On Thursday, June 10, nt the First Alford grew insistent about the whisBantist Church a large nnd appreci ky but finally left In the meantime tvvoative audience assembled to witness Mr. and Mrs. Smith and their Wbpnchild stnrtil home. the closing exercises of Primary nnd vpnr-ol- d Grammar Denattments. At the close in about a quarter of a mile of their of the program the highest commen anode, they were overtaken by Alin hand. He ford with n shot-gudation of the worK done ty tnese could be heard from all told Smith that he wanted his whisgoing to have it. Smith d ky nnd was sides. The little ones certainly themselves with glory. Friday answered by sayng that he would evening. June 11 was commencement give him a part of it; that he wanted , n drink for in the morning. Alford night. There were people lrom Danville und other surround-in- remarked thai he wanted all or none towns to witness these exercises, nnd that if he did not hand it over The audience was a largo one and they he would kill him. Smith remuiked showed a deep inteicst in each num- that he could kill him but he could ber on the program. Rev. J. C. not scare him, and started off toward Brewer, D. D., of Danville, made the home with his wife. They had gotten address of the evening, which was onlv a few steps when Alford fired eloquent, and instructive, showing and her husband fell dead. The load pump gun had lipe scholarship. The other numbers from the on the program were well tendered. taken effect back of his right Loud was tho praise of tho Japanese ear and death was instantaneous. Lantern Drill. Prof. K. Coleman and Only one shot was fired." his teachers are doing excellent work Zora Smith, a brother of the dead as the exercises demonstrate. man, said that he saw his brother "A Friend of Education." and Alford about noon Sunday. They were drinking, but were seemingly on Hutband't Toait To Hit Wife. the friendliest of terms. He saw "I will drink this toast to the womnn them again a little before dark Sun-n I love. To the woman whose smiles are day evening and asked them for brother told him the right of my life and whese laugh- - drink. His drink, whcieuaon he had nothing ter is sweeter to me than the melody in n goodto nuturedly way. said,Alford, 'A n playvd by an angel on a golden harp. ou a drink,' at the wom.tii who gave vou, I'll give To thu up all the ret of tho world for mo and time pulling from his pocket a quart Mr. nearly full of whisky. linked her life with mine amid the bottle drank with them and left. music and flowers; and turning from Smith by either was said or done the altar faced eternity as mine and Nothing Indicate that there was anyof me. To the woman who has been party fo thing betwet'Ji the men. According mv bosom companion and soul mate to Mr. Smith, Alford went to his wiisn foituno smiled upon me and house, neurlv a mile distant, my tender ministering angel m sickkilling with. whose after the gun ho did the;ir years ness and sorrow. To oiu The dead man wns on surpasses iHirity "l!C children. He wifo a'"1 uhnsJ ' Ioft mountain peaks Vif. "J.h tt?h married a daughter of J. J. Durham. ...... f jicKimiey, lie is a son ot c nt mo has strewn my ...- - ... ti , dossoms of joy. lo the woman whom from bhort ,. goodness made for me and ;t.L--t h .. ti. i.,...ii wliyrr.,i t Tod in his I might love her nnd ;hc McKli;nuy cemetery nt 10 o'clock gave to me that call her my own dear wife." thu morntnK. Tho examining trial is set for Impaired App.tte For an morning at 9i0 o'clock. streng- -' Th.lfay To Improve the appetite nnd then the digestion try u few doses of Can Furni.h Ice Cream. Chamberlain's Tablets. Mn J. II. I can fill your orders for ice cream Seltz, of Detroit, Mich., says: "Thoyi restored my appetite when impaired, ion Sunday morning, if you will give relieved mo of a bloated feeling and it to' me by 12 o'clock Saturday, waused tt pleasant and satisfactory Please don't let your bottle af the bewels." For Kile ulote, but leturn them promptly.49-t- J. f by all dealers. !. Cameniecli, tho Dairyman. iii-uisix-atom st(-e- Gun Uted Self Defente Pi rod One Shot, Little About the Doingt of Tttit Georgia Executive Reducet Death Droad Land of Ourt Culled Sentence of Noted Pritoner to From the Dalliet. Life Imprisonment. Chcsapenkc 't Kit-tho- ilnt.-illni- '"" riL-lu- ut - n n cov-eie- urn-caster- noble-hearte- d death sentence to life imprisonme. t t . l.nfnrn time nn "Feeling ns I do about the case. I would le a murderer if I allowed this man to hang. It means that I must live in obscurity the rest of my days, but I would rather be plowing in the fields thnn to feel for the resttof my life that I had that man's blood hands." Extra cdititms of newspapers containing the unofficial announcement caused considerable excitement among n number of crowds of men, iwho gathered on vnrla us street cor- ners and nround City Hall. Mounted police nnd patrolmen were stationed l on the of the crowd nnd at j least one nrret watf made. Comment disapproving the decision was heard tin the gatherings. In his statement exhaustively ex- plaining his reasons for commuting Frank's sentence, Gov. Slatan reviewed the circumstances surrounding the Willi.-innil Clnnrim Tlitrtnn murder, the conviction of and are dead, and V. L. Burton is under n's aPPeal for clemency. Continuing acemeni reaus: arrest on a murder charge as the suit of a quarrel in which whisky fig- "The murder was a most heinous ured extensively nt Nancy, Pulaski one nnd the offender deserves the county. (punishment of death. The onVy ques- W. J. Iirvnn, addressing a labor ltion is ns to the identity of the crim-peameeting nt Carnegie Hall. NcwllnaI- - The responsibility is unon the York, atUckcd former Presidents Pjonle of Georgia to protcet the; lives Taft and Roosevelt as "sponsors for .f her citif ens and to maintain, the. . organizations which stand for force in "'Pnity of her laws and if iho..' choice jmuai ie maue neiwceq me approua- international affairs." twn of citizens States nnd A bill appropriating $1,000,000 to ,ne e,lforccment of otherjaWs of our ,rRaMt purchase Mammoth Cav e, m Kentucky - ... . we must choose the latter al- t with surrounding territory, and con-- . ..." . ' vert it into a national park, will be in- Tt ,s charged that the court and troddeed on the opening day of the coming session of Congress by Repre- - j"r" were terrorized by n mob and sentative Robert Y. Thomas, in whose Jjj1.1 the luror.s were coerced into hcn V?c.lr iVerdilc.il. district the famous cave is located. fl? In nt tiraa That the United States has been de- - mors as to the murder and tWm.,tii- . frauded of S2,, 000,000 by manufac- - tion of the cirl as intense turers of colored oleomargarine, who fecHng, and to suchthere an extent that'mv failed to pay the was an- - nredecessor. Gov. Brown, fiinrnil in nounced yesterday by Secretary of areumcnt before me that he had the he Treasury McAdoo. An investiga- ready to protect the defendant , tion, reaching as far back as 1902, miiitia attack made- if any t the Georgia Prison Farm ssioner of internal revenue. r-bix men and one young woman dresed in :,.stripesi denoting: the lowest .t caught in the undertow at Atlantic his innocence of the murder of Mary Vuy, urowiieu. a lerrinc wave, com- - phagan and expressed a "conviction ng while hundreds were m the Wa- - thatba d h ls not far distant l ter. swept the bathers from their ..nt i. i , the undertow carried them into, and ,' deep water. Dozens of heroic res- -l ,Hf En,d h.e ,,M intimation of . wa? cues were made. -Six persons drow.i- - what nrAnr foi"K to,h.aP1? wnenoffi- Wan nomi ed yesterday near A'ew York and V """""J" " .""". v" "." Philadelnhinns Inst their livns in ihn him for the trip. He expressed grat- itude toward Gov. Slaton 'and said he water. felt intuitively that he would at least commute his sentence. Frank will ue McChetney Speakt at Huttonville. known as "Convict No. 965." ' V. McChesnev. candidate Hon. H. for the democratic nomination for That a certain class of neonle of the governor, spoke to a good crowd in city of Atlanta want the blood of the opera nouse at iiustonvuie last r rank whether he is guilty or not, is night, after an introduction by Rev. .shown by the following dispatch from neagie, ui me itapiisc cnurcn at uiui.tnat city. UI course UOV. Slaton is. place. He spoke along the lines of not in danger, for the men who com his previous efforts and made a fine pose the mob there nre like nil others impression, yuite a number from cowardly, but he is right inYfaking Stanford went up and heard him. At the proper precaution: Danville yesterday afternoon a large With a mob of several hundred surand enthusiastic crowd heard Mr. rounding the country home last night. and he is said to have made Gov. Slaton. of Georgia, summoned friends by the scort. our companies of militia nnd declared martial law for half a mile surround-hi- s premises. The troops were stoned It Still ainglTT Micu T.iltn Wsjlo fnllnd in tho nthpl- - by the crowd and two officers' injured day to correct a mistake which op- - i before order was restored. The dem peared in the Mt. Salem letter of the onstration followed the action of the I J. a few issues ago. It was stated Governor in commuting to life imthat she had been married to John prisonment the death sentence of Leo Martin. We congratulate Miss Wade M. Frank for the murder of Mary on takjng the joke, if it was one. so Phagan. sensibly, and will say in her behalf that some mnn io mi' ,n: n migh;-goo- To Mammoth Cave, June 29, 1915 wife hy her remaining single. Round trip railroad fare $4.35. Board at Cave Hotel including the Only One Entirely Satitfactory teveral routes in, the cave for $5.50. "I have tried various colic and di- Making total cost fo two days' trip arrhoea remedies, but the only" one $9.85, going on regular morning Limit on tickets 10 days. that has given me emtre satisfaction trains. t. and cured me when I was afflicted is Wrik) or phone L. & N. agent. Chamberlain's Colic, Choleia and Di nrrhoea Remedy. I recommond it to i Mrt. Mary Elliott Dead. my friends at all times." writes S N. ! Mrsi iMary Elliott, aged about 00. Galloway, Stewart, b. C. ror sale by died at her home near Hale's Well All Dealers. , Monday morning of malarial fever and was" laid, to rest in the Elliott Court Houte Watn't Big Enough, burying groilnd this morning. Sho d woman und An Elizabethtown dispatch says; was a good, Hon. A. O. Stanley, candidate for tiio her frlendsare. deeply grieved over Democratic nomination for Governor, her departure." spoke here Saturday evening in behalf Indigestion and Conttipation. of his candidacy. He was greeted by an overflowing audience In the court"About five years ago I began takhouse, many being unublo to obtain ing Chamberlain's Tablet? after sufseats. fering from Indigestion andconstipa-tio- n for years without firljlihg' any thing to relieve me. Chamberlain's Longett Day, Yesterday was tho longest day nfiTablets helped me at once and by the year. The days will begin to using them for several weeks, I was shorten now but it will be Eome time cured of the complaint," writes Mrs. before the decrease in length is per - Mary K. McMullen, Phelps, N. Y. ' ceptible. For salo by all dealers. I Imln-monon-moutt-kirtfre-lu- le i from Iiyette County. I red Shaver got on a drunk nt Jamestown, N. Y and killed his father, his stepmother nnd n policeman and was himself killed by officers. Tho date of the annual encampment of the Kentucky National Guard nt Owensboro this year is July 15, nnd it will continue eight days. Lynnlnnd College, one of the oldest and best educational institutions in thti State, will be dedicated Wednes day, June 23, as tho Kentucky Bail- tist Orphan's Home. Officials of the Steel Corporation have been inspecting iron manufacturing properties nt Ashland and coal properties in Pike county, with the view- - of investment. Mrs. Edmund M. Allen, wife of tho warden of the Illinois penitentiary, wns found dead in a buviing bed. Whether is was a case of accident or murder is being investigated. Gov. Slnton, of Georgia, t(il what Ohio trains will all s of the people believed he 30. comMrs. Jonn Chrismnn Hall, widow of would and thought he should Dudley Ball, is dead ai Woodford, muted the death sentence of Leo Frank i llfo imnriFonmcnt. Frank, aged HO. Mrs. Snm Hayden, n prominent wo- It is remembered, was convicted of man of Mayfiefd, ended her life by the murder of Mary Phngan in a penjumping in to n ciVcrn nnd drowning. cil factory of which ho wijs manager, The dreadnought Arizona was in Atlnntn. The killing occutred in tnltti.inrl tn1irtta, nt ft... Tt ..sw.LI.... April, l'Jl.'l. Announcement of the Governor's navy yard with imprcssiro ccremo-- ! decNon came so.eral hours after nics It is not believed In New York that Frank had been secretly taken from Gov. Whitman pardon Charles tho jail and hurried to the State PrisBecker unless new evidence can be on Farm nt Milledgcville Monday morning, Frank was sentenced to bo f roduccd. Department of Justice ngcnLs are hanged today. In making the announcement tho invontufcating the charge thirt. rucrult-in- g Governor for the Allies is being carried n '.statement:dictated the following brief in the West. "All that I ask is that the people of Thomns A. Comlw has filed his dec my statement or the rea- Demo- - ucorgia read Fons w,,-- l commuted Leo M. Frank's PrMrnnrnnTinn Vnr oVV" he "dry" after June & nine-tenth- w-- v 1 U .....' A, ' m F?i 4. ' ...j f-- .j fo-i- r " "" I ey d 46-G- kind-hearte- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL'S TRAVEL TOUR AND PRIZE CONT EST ! ,.-- Good for 25 Votes FOR Addrett Thit Ballot Mutt Ba Voted on or Before July ltt k f iri i ..DISTRICT No..., i accum-moverrre- nt Thit Coupon, when neatly cut out and brought or mailed to the Contett Department of ike Interior Journal will count for tha person whote name it written thereon. Ceatettantt should clip and tare tha coupunt and gat their friends to do likewise. (Net good after tba data above mentioned.) uKzsatr:iL s jji j3P1 The interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, June 22, 1915. M Honor Roll Bank. OUR AIMS. The constant amis of the officers and employes of this bank are: To promote the interests of customers just as they endeavar to promote those of the bank. To do all they can to make the dealings of depositors agreeable and profitable to them. To confributc to their enterprises the conforesight and timely servative counsel which strong a bank can properly ben, Tkt fottrwr Jtwrwd WALTON 1 ! ti THE VOTERS OF LINCOLN COUNTY J BAt'Fl.ET, 00 A WAR Kitr B1liq.T Wf mowf .i ! Mimpn The fol'owi .g or Jtrs w ra c ii ie by the Fiscal Court nt Ifci mcll. g 1 ADVANCK fl.Tlrm' ,r. ta Thf Inlwl.r Jonil W r after. nfli ...nA ,k fc.iiit.Mi. r.niUrffttwx , Ann in, isrs Irtt lo fanifrne i"l or riiru 1 1 A It A I . if Mrrr Tminlf V I Conntr 11IA8 1) KX. l rnhuiCAt. v.voc.vrji.'.vw tki'i KV rl'JfiBMC, OI l"Ti J K OWft.KT. Jr, of hlnf.ln Cmipt, Fur Unxhoni Cmmnitttr r.miBitfN K "'rf imr Virtult t'rjknst. iiC'fl tkmin .VAUSILVM. r .i-;w- J WJI tNIWMAN, HJ,.n, of o( Mjnir imi.i. krhon C.uni. KrPTtnHrt W w doeni r in I.tgmlaturt stow. To repay their confidence in us by confidence in them. LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Stanford, Ky "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE" Capital. 5100,000; Surplus S100,10. Resources $520,000.00. J. B. Paxton, W. H. Shanks, Prcs. J. V. Rochester, Asst. Cashier. W. M. Bright, Caslwer. Vice-Pres. Our Big Sale Has just commenced. Everything Goes At A Big Reduction. U I We are offering all of our Oxfords to you at a price that you cannot afford to miss. Remember the "MAIN ENTRANCE" is the entrance for REAL BARGAINS. ROBINSON'S, STANFORD. Under the caution "Walton Run ning Wei," the Ltfnf ton Lender has this ta sny of n gcntJcmnn well known in this section, where the best years of his life were spent: "Col, W. P. Wnlvon. of this city, the doughty cnndidnec for the Democratic nomination for Secretary of State, has been op in Northern Kentucky campaigning Wis past week, and judg ing from the cordinl reception that he received In Campbull county he is "in good" with the Democracy of that section. Thiavday night he wns the guest of the Campbell County Democratic cliU), which has n membership of 800, nt Newport, and spoke In the mtwest or his cnnrmincy. .Macnuiav. the great English historian, once jwui of Oliver Goldsmith, th celebrated He Irtsh noct and novelist, that wrote Ilk an angel, but talked like Poor Poll." Col. Walton wields n most facile pen, as everybody knows who has been rending his brilliant cditorinls tor years, but he says that he is not much of n campaign orator. However, he gave the Campbell coun ty Democrats the "best in his shop when called upon for a speech nnd the enthusiastic way in which they cheered made him feel mighty good, he says. Col. Walton is making friends wherever he has been in his canvnss, nnil his supporters assert that he is gaining ground daily, all of which makos him sanguine of hi nom ination. Former President Taft outlined a plan for the formation of a peace league which he believes would be effective in bringing the natrons so closely together that war in the future will be next to impossible. Mr. Bryan has been busy since his resig nation telling of the uiys nnd wherefores of the war and the methods by which it might be stopped. In consideration of the thirty peace treaties with other nations which he sigacd while in office Mr. Bryan obtained experience and knowledge of value in pursuing any peace program that might be proposed. These two bulky Americans, the two imams, might perform a great service to the world should they come together and disf cuss a plan for the establishment permanent peace among the nations. It would be a notable achievement it that other distinguished American, Colonel Roosevelt, were lassoed and brought to hoof in the cause, which he now violently opposes. Judge J. J. C. Bach is dead at Jackson. He was a prominent figure in Eastern Kentucky and a leading member of the bar. Judge Bach appeared in many of the noted tria's m Breathitt county and was known all over the State. He was educated for a preacher but later decided to study law and made a success of it. He was an authority on the vexatious question of "land titles" nnd was a big man in many ways. Bright's disease caused his demise. of Louis The constitutionality ville's segregation ordinance, designed to prevent the people of cither the white or negro races, from occupying for a home or as a place of assem blage a building located in a block where a majority of the residents are of the other race, was upheld in a de cision by the Kentucky Court of "Skirts "will be shorter this sum mer, reads a line in a lasnion journal. All right, if the women can stand it the men will try and do so, but if the thing keeps on somebody's modesty is going to be shocked. Thomas Head Dead In Pulaski. n nnd Thomas Head, a respected citizen of Plato, Pulaski county, passed away at his home there on June 13th, alter a long illness, air. Head had a severe attack of grin about two years ago and never fully recovered irom it. Deceased was tne father of Mrs. J. II. Bustle, of this county, the interment ococurred in the Mt. Pleasant cemetery on Tues day, after funeral services conducted by Rev. Carmichacl. pastor of the Duptist church of which Mr. Head was a devoted member. The deceased was 80 years old. He w survived by the following children, Mrs. J. H. Bustle. of this countv; Mrs. S. L. Myers, of Plato; Mrs. T. R. Hubble, of Ellis-burMr. J. L. Head, of Dabney; J. M. Head and Henry Head, of Plato. well-knowg; oa June 17: "The Lincoln cour.ty Fiscal Con t, rr:lklng the corditlcr of tiie vnaious plkc, nnd dirt rinds In Lincoln cou'i-- t . und fui'hrr ronllzlnt th t he ikes and dirt roads nre dctctlornhni? fand that a bond i"uo Is necessary to save both 'ho pike nnd dirt roads, nrd ftntlier realizing, r1 nt new pikes are badly tiecled In certain parts of the county: therefore, on motion by 'Squire FiJd.t, nnd seco These Sweltering days we want to wear as few clothes as the law alby 'Squire I'etrey, which wns, duly made, seconded nn'l carries!, the lows- yet we have to wear them and want to select the garments said Fiscal Court makes the fallowing recommendations: The court earnestly cidorcs n are the most comfortable and yet most genteel. Palm Beachss are movement for a Ixmd Is ue of $130,-00as an increased bond Issue can very popular; the genuine ones are wool one way, do not draw up if in no event incronso the county levy. as the levy is now nt the limit, nnd the tax rate cannot he Increased. washed properly. So be sure to get the genuine article; the imitations In the event said bond issue carries, this court would spend ns much fade and draw up so you get them from us and be sure sizes as s.lii.duu ot said money ronlized from the sale of the bonus, for the purpose of building the following new 34 to 50, in light colors, shepherd plaids and grey. Blue Serges-nothi- ng pikes: A ptke from Crab Orchard to the prettier, nothing as good. A blue serge suit with an pair of Pulaski County line nt Bee Lick, n distance of about ten miles: An t.tenfion of the "Boone High-waytrousers of white wool and you are well dressed. These wc have in to the Rockcastle County line, near Gum Sulphur, a distance of $15.00, $20.00 and $25.00. Mohair and any size and price, about three miles; An extension or the Mnnford and Somerset pike to the Pulaski county Alpaca Coats in black and gray, regular and extra sizes, $3.50 to $5. line, near Kuhnnks. a distance of f about three and miles; Wash Trousers $1.00 and $1.25. Keep cool by wearing our cool The romplction of the Chappell's Gap pike, from the foot of Chappell's Gap to the Stanford nnd Somerset clothes. pike, near Carter's Store, n distance of about seven miles; $80,000 of the money so renlizcd, for the purpose of reconstructinc nnd resurfacing all the trcscnt pikes of the county, so that all of them may be placed in first clnss condition for ' I public travel, And $15,000 of the money so real-- 1 ized, on the dirt roads of the countv. i would buy nn engine nnd grader to be STANFORD, KENTUCKY MAIN useu exclusively on tno dirt roads, would employ some one whose dut it would bo to look after the dirt roads, and no others: said crader nnd engine to be run entirely on the dirt roads; but the court does not mean to Thrr Is t Mr Onturrh In this discontinue the nrescnt method of tounttj tlisnranrf ollift illwnws ut.trll.n toKflli'r ! ll working the dirt roads, but the work until Ihp last trie jrir wis uo.rtl tt t t nt Incur. 1.1. herein mentioned to be in ndditiou, to f.n.n.'unr,il III .a local srr.l lutoj j,ir ilc hral .1 !. and ncrlld tne other work .tut hr nin.tanllr falUnf to urr with rm.fll... c!.d. r In addition to the above mnnpv i lucat Irratnimt. mbuuihtiI It Incurable . tu tw mil thp ? to , be ' J. '. tCU!i"l r'"n wi.ll.,IK.l IttaUwat. lbrvftr . (1n i catarrh I urr, mauuiniurrti ..j v,,v.v, .,i. cjyivvwi ij i. 4 from the citizens who reside on the 'hnj A Co., Tnlrilo, OMtf, la the nnl InnMlla thmal ur mi tlir ruarirt it n lairn mirrnauj rends to be built, reconstructed, nnd In Oiwfa from ilrita in a tramonrul it artaf graded. tllrwtlr nn tnr1 tl.Hiil ami mnrnu. wrfar bmulrnl tlllara ff The motion beinc nut. all tho mm. tbp .jit.m Th an r.M It tall, lo cur. SbJ fur tlrrulara aBl istratcs voted for same. tcMlnHnilat, Hot Weather CLOTHES better $i0.00, extra t? "tied that 0, ," one-hnl- at -- McRoberts & Bailey STREET J If You Want To Raise Potatoes Try E '".?hl I tl" 111 ' The July Potato. By Sold at $1.25 per Bushel AiKlrr.a r 4 CO.. On motion duly made, seconded S.1J l DrurnUta. TSc nnd carried, it is ordered by the fis I sail Take UiUl l'llli Ut ctoitlj'itkxl. cal court of Lincoln coumy, that all obstructions, of every kind and inscription, on the var'fus roads .f the Here's You Want county, both in the ditches, or nny of the ro.id, such ns fences, part bushes, culverts (when obstructing The People's Market Place AtJver-Yo- u the ditches) lumber, old wagons. Have to Sell ttte Wbat wooti-nueetc., oe moved at once. And tne county nttorney, is directed POSTED John Herzog. to prepare any notices that may be I'osted Anton Tona. necessary, to carry this order into effect, and ta issue warrants for the LOST Hear license Uig No. arrest of any person, or persons so offending, and he is further directed Koward for return to this olfice. 43tf to prosecute any person, or persons wno iaii to so move oostructions. Weddinc Preienta at Muellera' 50-- 1 Store, Stanford. 1 CHENEY TvlrJj. Oblo. What E.T. PENCE. Stanford, Ky. TENNIS AND OUTING SHOES For Men, Ladies and Children. W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard I HRHEp9Khk8IBHI HHHnHUMUwlaqMBiw4 'tOBHEsamBBTffiammlBBlsarBmBYsSBBmasamml Read About the Bond laaue. The fiscal court of Lincoln county issues a statement wnicn appears In another column of this paper and which you are invited to rend. The statement a a clear, concise one, tells the facts as they arc without going into unnecessary detail and is a strong argument for the bonds. Tho fact that the bonds, if voted and is. sued, can not raise the rate of taxation will act greatly in'favor of them. Don't make up your 'mind to vote against the bond issue until yon have read the article and given the matter yorne thought. tures. FOK SALE. Cherry Store Mr.. Oilcher, Danville. KOIt SALE Two fresh milk cows. Mrs. F. II. Harnett, Hustonville, Ky. 47-- tt cot. KENTUCKY lted Iierksbirc Boors, ready for service, for sale. R. T. .a-ti Hruce, Stanford. Why wear dirty glolves, when I can clean them for you for 10 to 20c? 49-Miss Sara Hundley, Stanford 2 Kentucky ' Boys, Get Your FAMILY AVOIDS SERIOUS SICKNESS Bj Bciag Coutaatly Supplied With Tkedford'i BUck-Draegk- NOTICE Your 1915 school tax is now due. u. it. Hughes, treasurer, roem 2(, over Lincoln National Hank. 40-t- f l PALM BEACHSUITS i 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- From us and Save Money. Ask for a chance on the Sewing Machine. Free for all. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. HOW TO OBTAIN A DINNER SET Through a large cash purchase of fine China Ware, direct from the pottery we are offering to our customer! an unusual opportunity to supply themselves with this householld necessity. These sets are celebrated Limoges Ware, in a beautiful Dinner Set, classy and strictly in appreciation ot your patronage, we propose while they last lo give our patrons the benefit of this purchase. With every 25c cash sale, we will give a coupon. When you have secured twenty (20) of there coupons, return them to us with $2.98 and receive one of these sets usually retailing at $6.00 to $8,00. The beautiful design of these Dinner Seta, now on exhibition at our store must be seen to be appreciated. : t: E 42-Pie- THE REXALL STORE PENNY'S DRUG STORE, STANFORD, KY. Had Enjoyable Visit. urday night from a protracted visit to his daughter, Mrs. Josuph E. Johnston, and her huuband at Pittsburg, Pa. He had a most delightful visit, he says, and found things in good condition in the Keystone State. "Times are good there and the mills arc run ning full time. I heard no complaint of hard times and people generally are pleased with Wilson's administration," he says. Mr. Bright told us of the endorsement gifen the administration by the Union soldi who held a big mestwig while he was in Pittsburg. There were 500 or 600 of them and they are said to have lauded our President to the skies in their resolutions they passed. Mr. Briirht did Inot attend the meeting, he having tougni on tne ottier bide, but the papers were full of what was suid of the greatest president the present generation has ever seen. Mr. George P. Bright returned Sat- Report of the Condition of The Waynesburg Deposit Bank doing business at the town of Waynes-burcounty of Lincoln, State of Kentucky ut the close of business on the lCth day of June, 1015. Resources Loaas and discounts Overdrafts .00 Stocks, bonds and other securities 575.00 Due from banks. . . . 15,103.84 Cash on hand . . 4,907.30 Banking house, furniture , 4,050.00 and fixtupes g, Lanting, Bryan's Successor. Robert Lansing, of New York, has been selected as Secretary of State bv President Wilson. This was learned from the hiirhest authority. Mr. Lan sing's appointment will be nnnounced shortly, and the President, who leaves for New Hampshire on Wednesday, will rest the entire situation in the hands of hfe new Premier. Mr. Lansing is at present acting secretary and was counsellor of the department under Mr. IJryan. He is a native and resident of Western Ought To Know. In a signed statement published ir the Lexington Herald of Saturday Miss Ella liui-h- , of Lexington, denies the published reports of her marriage to Mr. Jos. Candioto, 6f Lexington. d had been The nnnouikocments in all the papers throughout Central Kentucky and first came to light through a press dUpntch from Chlougo. But Miss Hush surely ought to know. Paris News. pub-lishe- We never have a long spell of s in our family, since we commenced :smg Thedford's Is purelj kcgetable, and has been found to regu-al- e weak stomachs, aid digestion, indigestion, colic, wind, nausea, headache, sick stomach, and similai symptoms. It has been In constant use for more !han 70 years, and has benefited more than a million people. Your druggist sells and recommends Price only 25c. Get n Mckage N. & izj sick-lesBlack-UraughBlack-Draught Black-Draugy. Ford FOR SALE. Second-han- d Max-we- ll touring car and second-hnn- d model, runabout of the Hio used very little. M. S. Uaughman, McDuff, Va. "I suffered for seven! Stnnford. years," says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, o! Shis place, "with sick headache, FOR SALE Cheap if taken at anc wnue i.eg- stomach trouble. nnri. nil or mv nure-urc- u Ten years ago a friend fold me fo fr Yis..n Huff ftminctn.- nnd miyofl hens. .. jivt.i, m .l.......- ... win did Good layers. Mrs. II. Rowan bauuey, ineuioras ind found it to be the best family meJl Stanford, ;inc for oungand old I keep SEALED Bids for the surplus milk on hand all the mc now, ana wncn my children leel a of tho Stanford Creamery from July Hie bad, they ask me for a dose, and i 1 to Dee. 30. 1015. will be received does them more good than any medicine by the Secretary, II. J. McRoberts. 50-- 2 they ever tried. not later than June 20. L 17-tf tJiacx-urauc1 lU-t- f, Black-Draught I T. D. NEWLAND Opposite the CourtHouse, A. S. PRICE DENTIST Drug Store Hours, Office E to 4 o'clock Wants to sell you an Ice Cream Freezer and Refrigerator. Also your Groceries. Phone us. No. 168. eaMsaaaaaaBBSBttsSMa . Over Shugar's also baddies well; not nfraid of auto and a ladies' horse in every particular. Large enough to work to surry. Apply to A. S. Robertson, Danville, 48-t- f Ky. FOR SALE. Ciod driving horse, Go To HARRY JACOBS Manufacturers and Dealers in Farris' For Your ts PUBLIC SALE. erty at public outcry to the highest and best bidder at McKinney, Ky., on SATURDAY, JUNE 26, One good sound horse, one good sound mare, in foal; one or two buggies, one surrey, three sets of used buggy harness; one set buggy wheels; two or three sets buggy shafts; one steel oil drum; one Sears nnd Roebuck automobile. Household goods of all kinds bed steads, chairs, dressers, wash stands, one large cook stove, and other things too numerous to mention. TERMS OF SALE All sums un-d110, cash; over that amount, six months credit with good note. Sale begins nt 2 o'clock p. in. er We will offer the following prop Total $67,9&5.83 Liabilities Capital stock paid in, in cath $15,000.00 (Surplus Fund . . . 3,000.00 Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid.. 1,287.01 Deposits subject to check $30,130.52 Time Deposits . 8,840.00 Cashier's checks outstanding 12G.G4 48,103.16 . .. Reserve for taxes 5.00 1 Total State of Kentucky, County of Lincoln High - Class Monuments. Original Designs and Prompt Service Guaranteed Quality Connections at all Granite and Marble Quarries. Office and Works on Cemetery Hill. phone 164 Closed on Saturdays KENTUCKY : t STANFORD Garden Tools and Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right. J. C. M'Clary $67,995.83 petson has catarrh In some form. Science has shown that nasal catarrh Set. often indicates a general weakness We, L. 0. Gooch and E. L. prehident and cashier of the of the body; and local treatments in ubove named bank, do solemnly swear the form of snuffs and vapors do little, that the above statement is true to if any good. the best of our knowledge and belief. To cormt catarrh ou should treat Its L. G. Gooch, President cause by enriching our blood with tin K. L. Gudberry, Cashier In Scott's KuiuUioii which Is a Subscribed and sworn to before m: medicinal food end a buildiiig.touic, iret this 21kt day of June, 1915. My frouialcoholomm liarmfuldriigs. 'fry it. Commission expires 1918. G. H. bvutl U Uuuuc. UlovmCtld, D. ). Cooper, clerk, by W. F, Camden, D. C. Gad-berry, d WHAT CATARRH IS It has been said tint crcty third T'were Ever Thus. Sing a song of Europe, Highly civilized; Four nnd tweny nations Wholly hypnotized. When the battles open Bullets start to "fog; Isn't that a silly way To act for uny king? Kings are in the Itnrkground Issuing commands; Queens are in the parlor Per etiquette's demandx. Bankers in the counting houho Busy multiplying: Common reoplo 'it till-- f'ont Doing all tho dying. Life. INSURE Your Property in the X L. Beazley & Co., Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with SAUN & SMITH, Agents MASTERS & BOWYER McKinney, Ky. rectal, pelvic diseases, surgery, consultations. Eywa skillfully tested, glasses scientifically presclb- ed. IC-a-m DR. J. G. CARPENTER Office Bum In Lincoln Ccunty National Building Eye, nose, throat, car, W UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMES Stanford, Kentucky Office Phono 167. Ktvne Prune STAFFORD. KENTUCKY. UNDERTAKER AND EKBALMER MatMng, Furniture Rugs. Furniture Exchan;cd for all Kinds Of Sleek. PHONE 43 STANFORD. KY. ft m t'S'ggslWtawr . .art, MBS. to-- : i1rfc . &aW" ., teC 1 a'jf -- '' WiA A $i Js r 4s4w b!Ai4ULifL 4aL Ju v 'rftii imp. ..Upwy) i.hn . The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, June 22, 1915. Mrs. Mnry Strnuh has been 111 for several days. Jnlinn Kllfc of Ilustonvillo, was In town Friday. Mr. 0. II. Cooper Is confined to his home today by ill new. TVnltcr (. Smith nnd Dave Thomns spent Si day In LwxhigUin. Min.s Nnncy Yenger Is viltiiK Mrs. (J. ('. Anderson nt Ml. Stirling;. Mr. nnd Mrs. C V. Onrnett wcrn ki Louisville revcrnl days last wck. Miss Annn Chancellor Is visiting Mies Lena nnd Mnry Dee I5ek, near 3 "25." We've taken considerable out of the price but not out of the car. You get the same Maxwell "25" that is daily giving satisfaction to thousands upon top of thousands of owners. The car that at $750 the past year has put one well known car off the market and forced others to drop to a price nearer their real worth. With our enormous factory facilities and specializing on one model, we give you a value that no maker offering several different models can hope to equal. Maxwell pioneered the way to the car field and Maxwell still leads. Not a bargain, but a real automolow-price, . THE FIRSTNATIONAL BANK Doet a GENERAL BANK-1NBUSINESS and solicits your account. DIRECTORS: John C. Robimon. S. T. Il.rri. C. R. Coleman G fehK" - F. Held Wm. Beck II. C. lUughmnn J. S. Mocker M. D. Elmore, J. C, Euhnnlts M. Pellut W. C. Goocli nre isiting relntires and friends in Cincinnati. Hew I). M. Wnlker went to Lebanon Junction Monday where he will hold n y meeting. Robert Smnllcy, of St. Petersburg, Fin., is the Rucst of Misn Mary Dec Heck, near McKinncy. Mrs. S. J. Embry, Sr., has returned homo nftcr spending several days ul Crab Orchard Strings, Mrs. W. F. Carter, of Ilrodhcad, who has been the visitor of Mrs. E. J. Hrown returned home today. Mrs. M. E. I'ruitt and children, of Millcrsburg, nre the guets of her pnr cuts, Mr. and Mrs. Keilell Chancellor. Mrs. V. It. Dcnhnm, of Oklahoma City, Okla., returned tlrts nfternoon lifter a visit to her parents, Mr. and ten-da- McKinncy. Mrs. Necly Stone nnd little dnugh-trr- , If Mi A l.t'Olllil. .1 nrii AS ccclalfc IVrfwrailon forAs , 'gas ?) CASTORIA New Reduced Price On For Infants rtnd Children. Famous Maxwell The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of w OS IVl" ,.',.?, aimii.iiui3inciootT.tRilRrCula Ifagllic Siarais tmJDowteaf n JIU JJJJI llll m.u.ms,IHU.Il.l Promolcs Dijc stinnCcrfJ-ncsami fcstronialn J nriiliTOpiuni.Morphinc ncr&mral s - x ir.ir KnnV.,.t aw.m IHJ1 iliUltlfliL. MxUttUlf a J. Capital Shelby City. t Ion . Sour StomocIi.Dlarrhnca r iml. Mrs. II. E. Thompson, of Two RivZ norr.is.lomTiisioiis.roTiisners, Mich., who hns been the guest ncsannilLoss orSLEEP. of her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Wm 150 & Heck, returned home .Monday. lUeSimlc Signanire cf ' (J Mr. Robert Carter nnd Miss Vcrnn r- TRant. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carter nnd Miss Elizabeth Carter motored to LexTun CcNTAun Compast, ington today nml apenl the day. NCW YORK. Mr. W. S. Fish, who is in the Deaconess Hospital. Louisville, for treatE:ts. ment nnd possible operation, writes Personal and Social V. II. Todd miule a short trip to that he is getting on reasonnblv well I' laaliU W Lebanon Friday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert H. Phillins. juarantccd unikrilie Koo J. S. Kev. c. II. (ircer went to CnrlMc SntunlayOwfdoy went to Lancaster are rejoicing over the nrrivnl of c for the day. little daughter at their home. Thy yeitcrday, Sarasota, Kin., little miss has been named Alberta Exact Copy of Wrapper. T. W. J on ok wuh nt Wincheater . IJIclmnl l'nr.oiis, here viMtiiiK relatives and friends. Lee. coMtt yeMerdny. II l N?li'liiiifl an. ml nmliii t.'illi Miss Susan Zeigler, of Cincinnati, Mb Minnie Kiiplcy in wife im.l dauchtors in IxniMvillc. is instructing u class in china painttotoml ilnvx nt Silmorc, V T.l.. ..,..... la. ing Ml Mtttl nt the home of Mrs. William SevJ:,Fthe latter part of the week. erance on Logan avenue. She has n Stanford Losci Two Gnmei of Dnll. Iln,S I. JJ Monday in Uulwille. .pent V. s. The Stanford ball team hns been 0Urw, ,f I.ouUv.ll... U doren or more pupils. punilmis u few day. nt his old home Miss Mary I). Cnrtcr is at home failing under an unlucuy star for the WimIT1:f?i iu"r.t,or ,m."1 rncw. i,r,. past several days, lmvinfc met defeat ? from Jacksonville, III,, where she i .. i. .. ' y,K,,"V:' ' ' Mi- - I.oui.c Thomas, of Frankfort, taught tlbo past term. Miss Carter nt the hands of the Lancaster team W" M I'8 ' U KUet ' K"w' ' the home of Mr. S. J will leave in a short time for North here on Friday nnd the Hustonvillc mi-i- ?! Carolina where she will teach this team there on Saturday.' The score . Mlso IVarl nnd finin. PinMi lumi " . mini. in the gamv with Iincaster was '.) to ,., ... rV'.V. reiurniMi inonie summer. """"" .. ...mm .. ..I.:. pti. .v....v in iuriviu Friday night after a visit to relntivc .Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Moore, of J and with Ilustonvillo was 0 to !. I noniif 'in Louisville. Crcrtwood, ale receiving congratula- Following is the box score of the first Mr. I M. of I'll w. it. iricicrwooii lias lieen d tions over the nrrivnl of a little ton a me. If the Kuent of her aunt, Mr. M. I). to his lied for sevural davs on a' their home, who has been nnmej STANFORD . Ml i: ii po a i: inrnore. account of illness. 1 10 Hill, lb . . 30 00 Thomas, Jr. The mother will be Mr. Kivern. of Indianapoliii, Iml., Ml tmr, i nt fili.)iftmnil Mm.iii 4 (I 0 2 0 0 here S' Miss llcrtha Ends. Wf.ltr,.. ft is tho KUiit of her "inter, Mrs. J Vox attending ns n delegate, the Kpworth 4 . ......,.j, !!. 000 Mr. ami Mrs. It. I). Norwood, .Mr. It.. VmLr.. .... .. Uuihlentr. Mrs. J. Mrs. B. Perkins, ,M- " ""Khw. K. L. Woods League lonoiillon. Fox arriveil home and Campbell, L.ofCalhoun and motored S. Embry,c 3b & If 4I (10 7 0 0 VWMiss 0 II. Lexington nnd Moods Walker, of Cnrrtird, were Sunday Sophroniu from Ft. Thomas, Ky where to this city Sunday nnd were the Singleton, t.s . . 4 4 3 In the city Monday. has 1 4 guests of Mrs. Annie I'rcwitt and Mr. Overstreet, rf Mr. urn! Mr. F. M. Smith and son, theMiss licen teaching. Nell Claggenett, of Enid, Ok., anil Mrs. C. II. Campbell. .Mrs. Riffe, 3b 30 . 0 . of Mnyavilk". nre the KUe't f ,tr 'will arrive next week to be the guest Campbell 1 00 0 remained and will visit her Jones, If unil Mr?. J. ('. IScynolda. Mias I.ee Fox. 300020 C. H. Mr. Hen F. Jennings and jaotty of Misses Mary Steele and Kmily Mur- iron, Mr. days. Campbell and wife for Lephcw, p Ada several Iittlu ihtUKhter, Miks Mary Marcaret, phy of Junction City are the visitors 34 2 r, 27 10 0 Total nre vmtmir relation in Im-iof Mrs. Ceorge DcUorde. AB R II PO A E LANCASTER SOCIAL CALENDAR. KumuII Hrown returned to Linens- I I w II 11..:. I .:.!.. '"". i f..r .o.,....i June 2.1 Mrs. J. C. Ilavs will en Ilisel, 3b lib um .Vra.1 JC.. wiYi. ; arficld. of Liberty, visited their par- Dueron, ,i. ' rcllU ' tertain nt 2:H0 o'clock. in the Highland Mrtiiin. "T Herron, June 'J J Dixie Rook Club will Smith, e, lb . lOYrtVumlr0y,'i?tUi'?'n.iy, Miss Sue Taylor Kngleman Uft LuMtlfl f hrrnuJK w ti 7"m'C Wwlnwilny for Williamsburg, where meet with Mrs. Hnrrv Hill nt ''m Ware, ss -- he will visit friends for several days. o'clock. ' Lawson, Oortrk jure L." Haptist Ladies Aid Soci Miller, cf If r, Jcs-si- e Stagg and Miss Eliza- - ety . Mr will meet with Mrs. S. M. Sau-ile- y tenn Stniris are at Ilustonville, the J'$,,V,"Ci Joseph, rf nt 4 e'cb.ck. b-- 1 "f h" uKl.ler. Mrs. Will Schooler, p liome Sunday. v II. Underwood still tr Crnb Orchard Snrinst Oneninr Ball. 13 '3 .45 9 9 2 Totnl .. Mrs. J. It. Mount heade.l a big nt Iter humu near Huh- The inclement weather of Fridav Hit by pitcher Herron (by Le- ni.ntif.n nf I ...,o. .... l...l:. . .1.:. "!""'.'' lul" v..V;,. ,,wA ... . . ....... .1 ",.'" u- -i' v m.1' sll 'li'. h" many frieiuls will regret to night prevented many of the vounir phew.) , mouii7iiiK .,iv mm- - iMttrn Two-bns- e people from Stanford and other points Hits RilTe, Hi.scl. tnuiiua which begins In on nttending the opening ball at Crab Or- Stolen Bnses RIlTc 3. the 2.th and continues through' the l.vVill S.'onenmf Base on Balls Off Schuoler 1. haril borings and as a consenuenre " "MrS- - Moo,,,c "ar,Hn in the crowd was small. Those present Struck Out By Schooler 9; by Lo Jo;.U,ckNVwland.sonofMrs.An - j0ncini;inl'i,,: had a good time, however, and are phew 7. U f J. Sommers. of HanUtown. has loud in praise of the attention .Mine been the guest of his fellow-uorkHost J. H. Willis nnd excellent of the yvticiiueii Talking Through Hit Hat. advertising fa- - ,u r... wife paid them. Quite his crowd i.,..i n a is Clubs of the World. eis a member ,ntlBrh M. N'oe. Dr. R. L. DnviMin. of Stanford. .. n n . ... of the "Ad" Club of I.exlneton ami is . gathering at the delightful old sum- chaiimnn of the Lincoln County Re-- . . .. i mer nnd health resort and rooms are being engaged by many guests for publican (..ommittcc and brother of former Congressman George M. Davi later in the reason. The tlrree hie son, wiio with his nephew. Attorney ' ' ' " buildings hae been renovated and George D. Florence, rremler of the as Its window dresser. Lorame Totten returned last brightened up since Inst reason am' i..i. nl,..r .ii...., fr ,vn ......I, w...fc. ........vr. ....... i .V..K.U - .!..... Resolutions Committee from the 8th "" ll..,l.l..l.AM yini.uuiy, tho grounds arc in the very pink of District, which drafted the platforms. M.vrral ilnva ni.n nn.l ll...v .. ,..!.. " V". where she has been condition. A tug crowd is expected n comprised the biggcht end of the Lin Enter- - when the weather gets warmer nnd provision is already being made to coln county delegation, before leav"'' of Montgomery accommodate the hundreds who will ing for home expressed himself delighted with the work of the conven Ala., who with friends and gather there in July nnd Augu&t. i ...,i.. V.fi..r v in i u limit tion, the enthusiasm displayed for EiM iiruii i iii t i iitfiiii fari n.... .. inc. for it her son. Tho. Metcnlf. J. N relatives in Lincoln and Garrardhome Morrow, who was the favorite guberSnundcrH, Crand Senior Warden, nnd the past two weeks, returned Nfwi of the Churchei. natorial candidate of the Republicans Dave Jackson, of Louihville, drand Saturday. There will be preaching nt the Hap- of that section of the State end the SecietaiV of the Kentucky Grand. theMiks Florence Back, who hns taught tist church Sunday morning nnd eve- outlook for Republican victory ut the pa.st year at Chautauqua, N. Y, 1 ...I.... ;., f....a .. i ning nt the regular time. i t...iKu ,.f ..it.ruiia, nriu t.. It.tllievllie in .November election. "It was a splenMonday, enruute to Harlan, where ,'"hv? ,f ', Union services will be held nt the did convention representative, harthey paid an otllcial visit to the Lodge ,vVith Methodist church Sundny evening, monious nnd confident, nnd with Ed ..r. ti.Ut lleol. - .... T......I.... ti by a Mr. Morrow nt the head of the ticket I ' Rrown Carl JS ".!!. 1'r.ewottStewart Carson Car- - conducted League. Smith' of the ii. I ii.it i..i..H I., ihi. Jiiv ,, mA see nothing but victory ahead in Noter. Spalding Hill. and day evening. I'iucville Sun. Presbyterian church Wednesday vember. And the success of the party I Howard Newlnnd, attended the open- dance at Crab Orchard Springs evening .June 23. Service prejuirn-tar- y in Kentucky will be only a forerunto Communion. A:i church mem- ner of the Republican landslide that night. !ing Lex.1. A. Trobtle, Mirs Cora H. bers are specially urged to attend this will sweep the Natwn in 19U5. ington Lender. and Master John Tiostle, Jr.. service. The meeting nt the Presbyterian went to I'erryvillc Saturday to spend 'Sundny with the husband and father, church nt Perryville, conducted by $3,000,000 to be Spent in Advertising MADE who i conducting a meeting at that Dr J. A. Trostle. of this city, close I This amount may seem larce, but Sunday iw'ght. There were 14 addiplace. Sanford M. Allen nnd a number of tions nnd great good was done the it is not a hih figure nt all, when it I is ronsidoml that the automobile church members. Dr. Trostle tells us friunds By Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- - gentlemen Sunday. from Millersburg that it was one of the best meetings manufacturers of this country untici-nt- e were here Accompanied by marketing over !00,000 cars. The he Iur. a and he table Compound and Wants Mil Susan Fither Wooiv, of this cit greatly been in in his long time the de- - neencies who are placinir the greater enjoyed stay in they spent the day at CraW Orchard liglitrui little town inhabited by ;o amount of thin appropiiation say their Other Suffering Women Springs. clients are all optimistic and anticiMrs. Ed Nevius and daughter. Miss many clever citizens. To Know pate incrensinc; this appropiiation Ei aline Nevius, of ilveston, Texas, Attention Contractors! from month to munn, and what is are guests of Mrs.'Mattic Nevlui.. MI hnvo Murfrecflxro, Tenn. They came up to tvo the former's fa The undersigned commttec of the more interesting to the business man to jou fer n lonjj time ther, who is very ill at his home i' Lincoln Fiscal Court, will receive who has an advertising approbation tvnntixl to write to tell you what your 'Mnnun county. scaled bids for the erection of n Ma- to spend, is the fact, that the greater part of his $3,000,000 will be spent wonderful remedies .Mr. W. I'. Work Warehouse of 'OS.tr''if'X? have done for me. I i'Lexingtoninn, Walton, editor for The chinery lot belongingand Lincoln House, through newspapers, it m estimated counto nnd candidate the on the was a sufferer from Democratic nomination for Secretary ty, on Depot street, as per plans and that there are 1,800,000 cars now in f em&l WenknesH of State, win. in Danville today. II specifications now o- tile in the office use nnd that before the end of 191C will be L'.SOO.OOO. Eevcry comAttorney. of and displacement wllK ft "iller t the Advocate's sane arc the County to bid on All bidders there is making tremendous efforts to expected the labor of pany nn.l T wnulil bnvn i0'" nn'l was u welcome visitor. Ad increase its output and they are putIn Jail, ,VM' Sallie MI1N Craig was awarded prisoners prisoner.at so much per hour ting more ndvertising in the newspa for eauh The successful bidthe m0(ln, in ,he w c T u Contest der will be expected to execute bond pers, because newspapers advertising nehes and dlziy given last week at McKlnney. There with approved security for the faith- means efficiency In publicity imDoctors did were a number of contestants from ful performance of the contract. Bids mediate results at lowest possible spells. me no good bo I tried the neighbor!.! towns nnd two from will be received up to (! p. m., July 6. cost. must 'Stanford, .. .. the Lydiu . E. Pink- -.,, - ..,... - Misses Craig and Annie All bidr. Bid." be sealed nnd maiked Sealed riuinenv, Iinm Kerned es Vegetal) e Uomnouml Judge Foster, If You Plnase. W. M. FIELDS. Robert Warner nrrlved from Sar nnd Sanative Wash. I am now well mill Just before Judge JamcH I. llnilcy .1 L. McK. RIFFE, strong and can do all my own work. I Frunrlsco Friday night to visit his W. S. BURCII, Committeo left for Orovlllc, Cal., Init Vriday to owe it all to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- nged father, Mr. P. G. Warner, sister, visit hii daughter, Mrs. II. D. Greg IS. O'llannon, and brother, jvir. U. nays ory, he commissioned table Compound and want other suffer-In- g Mrs.K.W. is his firtt visi W. There will be an ice cream sunner roster as eounty judge pro tern, l lie Warner. This women to know about it." Mrs. in four or five ycurs. He says that nt the Christian church ut Hubble selection was a good one nnd Mr. H. E. Maui, 211 S. Spring, St, the Panama Exposition is great ant. Saturday night. A good time is as- Foster is nttending to the business Tean. advises all who can to "take it in." sured. Everybody invited. and wearing tho mantle with the dig Tills famous remeily, the medicinal Miss Margaret Lewis, formerly o nity commensurate with the high ofIngredients of which nro derived from this city, is in a hospital in Knoxville fice. native rtxiU and herbs, hns for nearly where she recently underwent an Lunches and for appendicitis. She was in most vulun-W- e forty years proved to le a The Ilustonvillo baseball team will tonic and Invigorator of thu feinalo a critical condition for a short while Cooling Drinks come down Saturday to play the local but her friends her nnd eltewherc team. Our hots were defeated last Women everywhere betir organism. Saturday and they will try their best o will be glad to know that she is doinp willing testimony to the wonderful nicely now and hopes to be out in i May Be Obtained to return the compliment this time. of Lydiu E. Pinkham's Vej;lallo few weeks. ICome and help them out. $GO,000 Mrs. Wm. Heck. Miss Amanda Anderson, of passed through here Mndny on her way to visit Mrs. John Lynn near WtrrtmJjrr. HrmJM- In Surplus $28,500 mi AnprfMl Rcmr Jv forConstti Use For Over Thirty Years light-weigh- t, high-grad- e l IIIW CASTORA Tmc bile value. T CINTAUncorv ht & CfTT u - r,7y""''7 ri,...l :.-.- .: 1t'n '" Ratk Walls. Mack Walls, twice a widower and 3fi years old, was married on the 18th to Miss Julia Rash, .ged 23. Both live in the Green river section of the county. Coy Smock. Sam Smock, aged 20 and Miss Ritta Belle Coy, were made one Saturday at the home of the bride's father, Ei' Coy, of the McKinncy section. $40 000 bond issue for loadi. ''' iKr Touring Car, completely equipped, $625, f. o. b. factory without $55 less. The lowest priced, lowest upkeep car in the world. Ask for free demonstration. Five-Passenger .. self-starte- r, high-grad- e con-tliw- H. C. CARPENTER, Stanford, Ky. . 11 Pr.icken county vofrs di'V-.- lf 1 a - . 12 113 10 1110 113 10 v . 1 j nMS? " 5 r.. !..' '.:"' '."."""."" "'fi " i 't" ONE l)fi0P OF BOURBON "Cow Ease"--Wh- at It Will Do. It keeps off flies, relieves and quiets cattle and horses, gives cows a chance to feed in peaoe, Makes horses good natured. Will do all we claim and more too. We have tried it three years. Try a can. r-- POULTRY CURE down the throat of a caplsc chicken, destroys the worms and saves the chick's life A few drops in the driDkinc water cures and M.10eorVh,I,SI.,f"": :. re-i- ll PREVENTS DISEASE BOURBON POULTRY For the treatment ot White Plarshoea Inchlcks and Blackhead and other diseases In lurkcjs CURE HAS NO EQUAL W. H. HIGGINS, -- Stanford, Ky. 1 MWtSio; One 50c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine. BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J. I iir r A SAFE INVESTMENT PAYING 7 FREE FROM STATE. COUNTY AND CITY TAXES IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY. ;"...' J,-"t- " ' f.,, A rsl'nniIeUalf!w.tUeen:rr -- heorWMXL.T'.'eVrW "fl" ""'.Tlln MTfi' C. C. Mengel & Bro. Co. 7 CUmitlME PREFERRED STOCL oon tn Yilai if Sliiris J1C0. MRS. MABEN WAS FREFERRED AS TO BOTH ASSETS AND PROFITS. Quaitctly Dividend Dates, first Monday in March, June, Sept ember and December. Kcdvunable as a whole or in part, at any time, at the option of tho Company at 125 and accrued dividend. CAPITALIZATION. WELL I It I -t l.'n.rbTl1 ... .51,500.000 $1,300,000 . 2.500.000 1.437.000 Important features regarding the business of this Company and tin's issue of stock may be summarized briefly as follows: 1. Tlus stock is a legal investment for trust funds in the State of Kentucky. 2. The company has no bonded or mortgage indebtedness. 3. This business was established in 1S77 by C. C. Mengel and C. R. Mengel, and incorporated in TJ03 as C. C. Mengel & Uro. Co., under the laws of the State of Kentucky, and has been continuously successful during the whole eriod of 38 years. 4. The business of the Company is the manufacture of Mahogany Lumber and Veneers, and it is the largest iinjxirtcr of Mahogany in the United States: its proportion of the entire importation in 11)11 be1913, 1911. 10. 1012, ing f. The legal proceedings for the issue of the above Preferred Stock have been jassed upon by Judge Alex. P. Humphrey, and Archibald B. Young, Usq., of Louisville. 7 Cumulative Preferred Stock. Ccmrncn Stock Authorised Outstanding 18; i 21; 14; . PRICE SIOO PER SHARE. A't-rutt- l Dividends to bo Added. JAMES C. WILLSON & CO. ALMSTEDT BROS. LOUISVILLE TRUST CO. N WAKEFIELD & CO. JOHN W. & D. S. GREEN LOUISVILLE, KY. Special circular giving complete details of the above issue ot Preferred Stock may be obtained, anil payment of the stock may be made at any of the above addresses. vir-tu- I Coiiiiouiid. No woman tuHering from any form of female troubles should lose hoie until ho bus given Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Comjiound a fair triul. If von want kpeclal adtlre urlte (o I.Tdlu i:. I'liikliam Medicine Co. (conll- dfiitiul) Lynn, Max. Your letter Mill ue upiueu, reiiu uuu uunnenu j u Hrvoiuu uud livid lu btrlcfccouUdcucc, Why Lose llojio. Town never really enjoyed a meal until we advised them to take a before and after each meal. Sold only by us U5o a bat. Pinny's Drug Stare. Mny People In Thu When In Danville at I . Take a SHOP PERFECT (Incorporated) DANVILLE, - Tonight It will act as a laxative. in. the. i I S) KY. morning Penny's Drug Stcrc. . U"Jl - - "V-- r - ' v and Stock News Farm r,-- A J jr car-loatf nr' BiTT ' AunpiiRT VVIHHft ,, -- ., - KftMMrrf- - - ,yMn-.- -- TT . -- A f The Interior Journ.il, StanfqroVKcntucky. Tuesday, June 22, 1915. - v- - - w. , "7 Damnjro to (lio wheat crop In being tnuseil l)v heavy rnirn In Knnsns. 'A. R. .MatJicny boujtlit of W. M. n lot of cows ntul cnlves nt 80. FOll SALE 2fi utock cwei nml one tfood male. D. 0. Lewis, Morelnnd. 2 Ky. J. E. McCoy, at Germnn. Valley, 111., sold sixty-liv- e head of Shorthorns nt on nvcrngc of $108, including young and old. F. Held sold to J. C. Johnston & Co., of lloyls, 33 hoRs averaging 215 of l,3f0 pounds, at 7c nnd n pound rattle at 8c. Prime Timothy Hny, FOR SALE. haled or loose, by wagon or Also young Jersey bulls and Duroc fiO-hogs. At farm. F. Kcid. An average of $130 was made on thirty-eigh- t head of Shorthorns nt tho first sale of the Southwestern Shorthorn llrceders' Association at Shenandoah, Iowa. Monte Fox, of Dnnville, bought 400 cattle from the Chapeazc Distilling Co.. of Bullitt county. They weighed 1,100 and he paid $7.80. So far this The season tickets local committee nnd on sale may be had while year Mr. Fox purchased 4,000 fat ranging from $7.i!r will be $3.00. Season tickets are (food cnttle at prices seven wpnk rtnv to $8.00. An average of $314 was made on fortv-llv- e t the rle of Shorthorn MnaVdam & Wheeler, Fairfield, Iowa. $1,005 was the top price paid by Owen Kane, Wisncr, Neb., for a roan lauehtcr of Proud Emblem, with a heifer calf nt side by Proud Marshall. , Spenrs Fisher drove through town this morning (i0 lambs nnd 10 ewes that T. W. Jones had bought of Til-- 1 ford Alexander and Win, Dunlgnn. BUCK CREEK. ALBIA. The lambs averaged 82 pounds nnd were engaged some time ago. The Fnrrainjr and harveiting is tho orMrs. Polly J. Kidd Is ill nt this ewes which were bought from Mr. der of the liny now. writing. Dunlgnn cost $5 each. We have had a grand (.inning here Mrs. Alice Pumphrey, who has hecn J. W. Newman, Stnte Commissioner which has just closed. Miss Pearl sick is some better. of Agriculture, yesterday modified Mr. nnd Mrs. Marion Jor.es visited was the leader. 'the quarantine against Jefferson, Hul- Prof. Clyde Sturgeon is in Somer- Mr M iroe Thompson Si.nduy mornlitt and Oldham countias to the ex- set this wtel. '!! husines-.sing. in the "restricttent of placing them Miss Martha B. Thompson on Ilev. James Cummins filled his regthirty days, if ular appointment Saturday and Sun Mrs. liclnin Jones Saturdaycalled ed" nrcn. Within nfterno new outbreak, the qunr- - day at Oak Urove Lhurch, there is A large noon. nntine will be removed from the State crowd in attendance. air. nnu Mrs. J. r.. Mooro were me of Kentucky. Austin Kidd and family visited his guests of Mr. ami Mrs. Boyd Mooie At oM'pb. Mo., the File of Here-for- father. Mr. Muck Kstes and family. Sunday. under the auspices of the AmerMr. Jim Yonts and Rastus Town-wer- e C. P. Wheeler and Rev. Cummins ican Hereford Breeders' Association, the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. send culled pn Robert Collier Sunday n ncau. Sturgeon recently. nvernged ?311 on I afternoon. A foi Bond Lad I i? l.fl.inL-- . itnl 'omit. ...- Tho ton was 32 m ... ....i.uj .it . j...v..ur.-IjUUU uiiu ...:r ' iic, uii" minima, cimur r. 4th, paid by Rcnick Bros., of Nnpo- the Children's Pay a' Waynes- viaitlnir friends and relatives in uurg aunuay. .v.i, ...u. "-- ' community. chased at $1,100 hy ttoClinton talis, this Mr. llnd Mis. Edivnrd were Mggcg sjdnv and Ne,ic Ioskins Nursery Co.. of Owatonna, Minn. ..i.tt.. Miss Lena Coach Saturday, the guests of home folks Saturday A iJ n rw iiiwlmf irrtltli ri ln1a-il! night and Sunday. Bastin Wyrick, a farmer near Bar- Little t ra:s Uajty and Jlaxie old bird the stork vis- That out thirteen ited the rare of Thomas Osborn and Thompson spent Sunday afternoon bourviHe has hatched home turkeys, this unusual stunt of the left a fine girl baby by the name of with their aunt, Mrs. Ilelnia Jones. male turkey attracting much atten- Vivian Cordelia. Mr. Monroe Thompson nnd little tion. A few weeks nt;o the gobbler Ernest Gooch is doing some farm son, roster Kouncy called on .Mr. C showed a disposition to set and as an work this spring. S. Guinn and Mr, Wallace .Millard experiment Mr. Wyrick placed fifteen Judge Dnigh and Prof. Clyde Stur- Sunday nfterno.i. eggs in tho nest. The gobbler remain- geon were in Stanford last week. Miss Malissa Padgett was the guest ed faithfully nt his post with the reMrs. Geo. Sturgeon and Uvo .sons, of Mrs. P. H. Jones Saturday. ' Mr. sultant hatching Binck Payne and family atChester and Vernon, Mrs. J. C. Miss Lottie Luckett, of Muhlcn-bur- g Mrs. Geo. Estes nnd family, tended the Bible reading at Gooch-tow- n county, won the silver pitcher Su:idr.v. Mrs. Albert Todd, visited Mrs. offered by the State Department of and On Mr.y the 30th n stranger enterAgriculture to the girl makinr the John Todd Monday. ed the home of Mr. Monroe Thompson and seemed by his appearance he test. She raised 4,857 pounds of to- - Brjr.n It V.ct.m Of German Ho. p intended to stay. His name Is not Ger-uu". Anton mntnes on a tenth of an acre and put known. Mr. Thompson says this is the LINE STRIPING OF CLEAR THE 1916 OVERLAND IS ES1,340 cans and glass jars, which man Red Cross Lecturer and Count fourth democrat. SENTIALLY THE SAME AS THE she sold for $272. Her total expense von Bernstorff's special envoy to the IT HAS THE SAME POWERfor the season was $G7.25, making Imperial Goverment, who landed at Baptized 21 Timet At Spirit's Bid. 1915 OVERLAND-TH- E FAMOS THIRTY-FIVECONOMICAL, the net profit of $204.77, which is Christiansand, Norway, has pcrpe-n- t FUL, MODEL 80 THAT SOLD fOR The following is sent from Kingsgigantic hoax on the Stnte tho rate 6f J2.C47.70 the acre. The trated a FOUR HORSEPOWER, $1,075. - Department of the United States. He ton, N. C, and we reproduce it for average net profit realized bv memCYLINDER MOTOR, BUT IT canning cluba was is none other than Dr. Alfred Meyer, uhat it is worth: Ruth Mnrshburn, a hers of the 1914 WEIGHS LESS. BUT THE PRICE IS 3325 LESS. privy councillor of the first rank, pretty child between 11 und 12 years 31.20 for a tenth of an acre. IT HAS chief of the Department of Army Sup- - of age. came hero a few days ago BODY IS THE STREAM-LINIGNITION. dies of the Imperial German Minis- - from her home, about five miles on Dr. Carpenter'. Home Entered. THE SAVE AS THE $1,075 MODthe north side of Enow Hill, on a reIT HAS THE SAME UNDER-SLUN.., , ... . hurglar entered Dr. J. G. Car- ., EL OF LAST SEASON. markable mission. She had a "vision," pentcr's home the other night through many since the outbreak of the REAR SPRINGS. IT HAS she declared, and was kept all a window that ,hau been left open and has been reported among war, night by the presence of theawake of THE CONVENIENT ARRANGE-MENIT HAS THE SAME MAGNIFIspirit the nnd went through the trousers tie- wounded on the east front. His name her father, who died some weeks ago. CENT FINISH; THAT DEEP, OF ELECTRIC CONTROL longing to the doctor and those of BUTTONS ON THE STEERING I he to be ban-- 1 RICH TONE OF DARK BREW-STE'. his son. Hubert C. Carpenter. Some was. asf"me .iT-t-ur-- eyer anu me ti2ed spirit admonished herbe cured of' COLUMN. GREEN WITH FINE HAIR- 21 times in order to K,r ih protecting mantle 01 tne ueu cross ir, tn raci, tv: nM,innt-,- i scamp and the visit proved a fruit- - representative thrown about him that ;i phvshtal ailment which had afflicted his identity and true mission to the her for years. She plainly saw the deless one to him. United States might not become parted parent in heaven, she said, Underslung rear springs motor known outside German officialdom. and was with him for hours. By the 35 Horse-powe- r in rear 33x4 tires; d Red Cross prop- manifold baptism, she was informed, His magneto ignition PUBLIC SALE Demountable rims; with one extra aganda was a farce. He came here to she would be relieved of her affliction crankshaft purchnse such war suppllies as he on her twelfth birthday. The Rev. Electric starting and lighting cooling obtain, and, incidentally, to Jenkins, a Holiness minister, in the Thermo-sypho- n As agent of the heirs of John T. could presence small Land, deceased, I wll offer for sale to learn the condition of military pre- the child of a times party, immersed 21 in the water of the highest and best bidder, at public paredness in this country. He takes to Neuse River outcry in the town of Moreland, Lin- the German War Office information little girl wasat Parrott's bridge. The guest of relatives the of great importance which he has coln county, Ky., on gathered in his dealings with various here for the day and in tha afternoon surpnseu a party oy picKing up a Saturday, June 26, at 2 p. m. munition brokers and manufacturers. Ulble. openinir it carelessly and read- the following described real estate, ing whole chapters with the dexterity Buy Garage Back. situated within three hundred yards H. L. Bailey, who several days ago of an educated person, with flawless of the depot at Moreland, t: sold his garage on Somer.sct street to pronunciation and perfect punctuaThree acres of land; also Lancaster, bus bought tion. She returned home confident L. Conn, of a tract of fifteen acres ly- F. back nnd ofyesterday morning as- that on the day in next October when it ing on the Danville and Hustonville Mr. Conn has bought she will be a round dozen vears old. pike, within a half mile of Moreland, sumed control.Richmond and will go she will become a physically normal garage at on which is a good, comfortable a as well as a beautiful little girl. there. friends are house, and never failing water. The to have Mr. Bailey's among them. glad him remain interest in the last described land is DAVIS' STORE. a undivided interest in the TO THE PUBLIC. Mr. T. C. Manuel, who has been fifteen acre tract, but subject to the I represent the largest and best quite sick is some what improved at life interest therein of Mrs. Baker. clothing house in this mis writing. One share of stock in the Bank of country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago James and Pollard have bought a Moreland. 111. My experience in measuring and new thresher machine and it looks like Terms made known on day of sale. directing the maKing of your clothes, a mighty good one. Persons owing the estate of John ! i in - 'ne iMivntitnge over one who Alisa Catherine Hammonds, of Covcream market. The cheap shipYou have open to you a T. Land will please settle with me, as is not a practical tailor. If you will ington, is visiting friends and relan can, 41c for an eight and 44c ping rate of 36c for a ugont of heirs of the deceased. give me your order I will promise tives in this section. such Land, at once, and those to whom said you a square deal. You will get the for a ten gallon can via the L &. N., gives you an opportunity to Pruitt Anderson, who has been atcitato is indebted will file with me worth of your money, either in tho tending school at Hereu.has returned ship to their claims proven as 's required for cheapest grades or the higher priced. home for the summer. claims against the estate of a Jea I My SPRING and SUMMER line of Mrs. Richard Chandler, who has person. Tri-Sta- te , samples are now ready for your in been at Richmond for medical treat-- 1 EDWARD ALGORN, spection. Call and let me show you. inent has returned home much im Agent of the heirs of John T. Land. I H C. RUPLEY. the Practical Tailov proved. The Children's Day at Pine Grovo a RESPONSIBLE, SAFE and PERMANENT Creamery with more was a complete success. The good than 8,000 cream shippers. Every shipment is paid for Spot Cash IF YOU DO women of this section deserve much and guaranteed against loss or damage in transit. credit for their untiring efforts in NOT HAVE CANS, WRITE FOR FREE TRIAL CANS. SHIP .OR training the children. The children WRITE TODAY. rendered their speeches, kongs and es says in a masterly way, that it would be hard to say who did the best. But Kthel James and Ruble James much praise. Mr. James Dishon gave two boul stirring addresses, one Capital Stock $75,000 Capital Stock $75,000. in tho morning and one in the evening on the subject of "Training the' Children for the Master's Cause and Vineyard." These addresses will be" remembered by the parents of this I COMING Redpath Chautauqua 7 Big Days Including a Recital by ALICE NIELSEN, World's Famous Soprano car-loa- d Francesco Pallaria and His Band William Owen Company In the Modern Drama Joy Night Program Health Lectures Orchestral Music Marimbaphone Selections Russian Players "The Servant In the House" Humor Inspiration Instruction Literary Lectures Playground Worker A Recital of ALICE NIELSEN, Prima Donna of the Metropolitan and Boston Opera Companies You Can't Afford to Miss This Event purchased by the now for they last at $2.50. All season tickets thereafter nnrfonmanna THERE WILL BE NO CHAUTAUQUA ON SUNDAY i Chautauqua Week At Danville, June 30th To July 7th. j i I cy , ' Greatest Automobile Bargain Of The Year. t f0 tty-seve- 1 c te-d- ed T'". 1 v ".. Chnm-berlni- n, See My Newest Overland, Which Sells For $750; $325 Less Than Last Year. THE SAME CLUTCH WHICH ANY WOMAN CAN OPERATE; THE SAME "EASY TO HANDLE" SHIFTING LEVEKS; THE SAME TO "EASY STEER WITH" WHEEL; THE SAME POSITIVE IT HAS EASY-WORKIN- G Meyer-Gerhar- d. E HIGH-TENSIO- MAG-NET- E ' n' T . ... R BRAKES. IT HAS 33.4 TIRES WHICH IS UNUSUAL ON A CAR AT THIS PR1CC IN DETAIL, FINISH, MECHANICAL FINENESS. COMFORTS AND CONVENIENCES. THIS NEWEST OVERLAND GIVES YOU ALL THERE WAS IN THE AND EVEN POWER. AND IT COSTS YOU BUT $750 $325 LESS THAN LAST SEASON'S LARGE 35 HORSE-POW-EOVERLAND. BEING DELIVERIES ARE MADE NOW ALL OVER THE OVERLAND MORI". JI075 COUNTRY. EVERY OVERLAND DEALER HAS A WAITING ALREADY LIST. PLACE YOUUR ORDER IMMEDIATELY AND YOU CAN BE SURE OF A SPEEDY DELIVERY. I SPECIFICATIONS non-skid Rain-Yitio- much-advertise- High-tensio- n Headlight dimmers ventilating type, windshield Left-han- d drive, center control top; top cover built-i- n One-man Instrument hoard on cowl dash Magneto speedometer Let me show you this Car and give you a Free Demonstration before you buy. It's the greatest Automobile Bargain you ever saw. two-thir- M. S. Baughman, Stanford, Ky. SpotCash SourCream year-round live-gallo- two-thir- made-to-ord- Drink K Butter Company . Wonderfully Smooth real test of the quality of a drink lies in its smoothness; You will be struck I de-tei- ve yhe s bcctlon. A Car of Lehigh Just Arrived n V " We have just unloaded a car of Lehigh Portland Cement nt our warehouse. If you are in the market for cement this is a chance you cannot afford to overlook. Lehigh is a cement which gives you the best value, for it is ground to such a fineness that it makes the strongest concrete. Boone Trail Monument Unveiling Middlesboro and Cumberland Gun feople are kicking forward to tho com-- 1 nig of Hundred of visitor from Ken- tucky and the States to tho bouthwest to attend the unvellinir of the Boono Trail monument on Juno .'10. Tho monument, now being erected by the I THE SIGN OF SAFETY TIRST. PERMANENT. SAFE. RESPONSIBLE. Mam . with tills characteristic of Parfay. You will find In It a unique richness and mellow smoothness that Is all Parfay's own. LLnlUlCEMENT fcs. tV has been used on many of the largest municipal atid 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. Daughter of the Ameiican Revolution, is a memorial to Daniel Boone and his work in "marking a trail into Kentucky," over which he led tho Ilrst pettier Into the region west of the Appalachians Mid planted the new commonwealth on blueirrus soil. The unveiling ceremony is to be In thu nature oi a celebration or tho completion of the marking of Boone's trail, from tho Yadkin river valluv. in North Carolina, through Tennessee and Virginia, t the old fort at Boonesboro. on tho Kentucky river. in Clark coqnty, Kentucky. THE GRAY ENGINE The Best Gasoline Engine Made. Parfay It Is Is ood, It Is satisfying. refreshing and It Is wonderfully mellow and smooth. LANCASTER BOTTLING WORKS, Lancaster, Ky. Exclusive Distributers, - Handy For Farm Use And Simplicity Itself. Call and See It. () Fire ut Midwav destroyed tuvcrul building besides putting the electric llghta out of commission und delaying trains for several hours. Warner & Bower, Stanford, Ky. Here There EwrywKenL :AtltsRforBotUafi tfc- -' t l3 I ; jfe .. ii J&S&.;. f 1 . sgsMsM1lfnfc i ': 'HNtf-iilli- Mil m aggg m'"m .. VesSSMS3ffl?9S3W1P" J