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The Interior Journal No. 5 1 u rrr Tali Paper ta ap Watck taa Data Oa'MM Seaiw Yoar Sabtcrlpt'oa Praaytiy 9tat Wlm taw TJ Established 860. 56th Year. 1 Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, June 25, 1915. Tuesdays and Fridays SPLENDID PRIZES WILL t l- H t CUPID.THE LITTLE GOD JUDGE JOSEPH MAGEE JUDGE FOSTER HOLDS WHAT'S GOING ON IN LIVE STOCK DEALS IN OF LOVE DOING BUSINESS DIES AT CRAB ORCHARD STATE AND NATION GRAND JURY ALrORD TO THIS AND OTHER COUNTIES - June Brides Numeroui Miss Anna What the farmers and Traders Are News About The Happenings The Slayer of Oliver Smith Refused Rail lit Only a Short White. Wns In StanChancellor Surprises Her Friends Country Over Uoiled Down For rord On Day of Death. Wife at Examining Trial Defense Doing Lambs the Principal ShipBusy Readers. With a Quiet Marriage, and Two Children Survive Introduces One Witness ment to City Markets. Tennessee will vote on August 5th Henry Mls nresided nt the Judge Joseph Mngcc died nt his Dickcrson,Unlaw in nnd Mr. nnd Lclin Judiro Fo'stor. I'OIt SAF.n 25 atock ewes nnd ono to determine whether there shall bo invnininiiiL' (trial who Ksthrnirc Alforil daughter of of home In Crab Orchard at nbout four A. C. I)ickeron of Hnrrodsburg, Mrs. I). 0. Lewis, Morclund, a (.'onstitutionnl convention. Rood male. mo. V. c iA. rt.i.Cf.l. o'clock Wednesday nftcrnoon after tored to Frankfort nnd were mnrricd. Ky. Hnrry K. Thaw's seventh IcRnl nt-- 1 or defendant in illness of n few hours, rle had been at Mt. StcrlinR tempt to secure his release from Mnt-'th- o T. W. Jones boiiRit Clnrcnce Singleton, son of Wm. a hla first ense, but he resided like in Stanford for n day or so and on the Singleton, of Morclnnd, nnd Miss M r- i of butcher cnttle tcawan nsylum was begun Tuesday. Monday a vetcrnn nnd rendered hfs . lecisinn in morning of the day he died, return- tle White, dnughtcr of .Mr. Urit hito Louis-j- " Illg Travel Tour six and seven cents. at Interior Journal's Tho Hullock lumber plant in Old Subscriptions, Prime Timothy Hny, villo was destroyed by fire Weilncs- - n few seconds nucr inc luiorneyn ed home on the tmin. He wns ill while were Joined heart nnd hnnd nt tho VOll SAI.K. and Prlie Conlett it Nearing the yenrs 15,800 vote through here, hut had about recovered when that they lulled or loose, by waifon or dny nlRht, cntniling n loss of $50,000. nnnnunctfd introducti(m were .'14,000 votes yenrs Close and the Contestants and of witnesses. he took his departure and wns nblc to parsonage nt Preachcrsville this week.Also younR Jersey bulls nnd Duroc Leading citizens of Lexington hnve with the The marriage of Ur. Koliert Kay20,500 vote yoirs Attorney walk to his home from the depot. 50-t- f Their Friends Should Make the V. Held. McMillan of Danville, nnd Miss started a movement In cloc up nil There were no speeches. years 15,200 votes hoR. At fnim. One Rood four-yenI). Florence represented Al- - Acute indigestion brought about his mond FOU SAL-Most of the Short Time Remaining. wns solemMary disorderly houses commonly known ns GcorRc 11,100 vote years Attorney v. a. death. He had notticen in the best of nized Balterton, ofI. Pnris, ford niul County by the Hev. J. Spencer, pa-tOne or Two More Subscriptions 7,000 votes old combined horse nnd a rubber tir such. years Noe, Iincnstur Hurch conducted the prosecution. health for some time. of hunters shot n young A of the Central Christinn church, 2,000 votes trap. Mrs. HurIi May he the Means of Winning the jenr Deceased wns 43 years old nnd is in the pnrsonnge nt Lexington, Tho story of the killing appeared in tf deer party Marble Creek, Jessamine Street. near Very Prise You Most Desire. Keep Tuesday's edition of the Interior surviicd by his wife, who was a Tlie liumptr Rrnin crops have crc- - county. Miss Bessie Bishop Fisher, of DanIt weighed soventy-tw- o o nted an cnoimoiiH demand for harvest HOW THEY STAND TODAY Jounuil unHs fresh In the minds of daughter of the Intc "am Hardin, nnd ville, and Mr. Walter nerdslce Wild-maDusy Every Day. Following in the standing of o hands in the Middle Western States. pounds. our readers. The trouble was over n two children, Elizabeth Magee and of Oak Bluff, Mass., were marAnother wnrnlng has been sent of the conteRtnnts up to Fri- - o At a meetiiiR nt Evansvllle, Ind., from London that all Americans de- bottle of whisky nnd over the posses- Lee Thompson Mngee, his mother, ried Wednesday afternoon at the THE SECOND VOTE OFFER 11)15. dny, June25, I'm o this yar will be siring to enter Hnglnnd must have sion of It the two fell out nnd Alford Mrs Knte Magee, brothers, John, Sam Phoenix Hotel, Lexington in the presllnlv's wheat otes together or place in en- - o over 200,000,000 bushels, nearly shot Smith in the head killitiR him in- nnd Harry Mngcc, and one sister, ence of Mr. and Mrs. It. M. Fisher, pnssports. Closes July 1st at 0 O'clock. Only six volopes he fore depositing in o liushels InrRcr than last car's Irs. Henry Browning, of the May father and mother of the bride. Liberty, cnndl- - stantly. W. C. Cundiff. of the ballot box. Votes mny he o nccordinR to a report mnde to the De Magee had been n Days Left to Take Advnntage of Probnblv the most dnmnRinR wit Willie Sweeney nnd Miss Ethel dntc for Clerk of the Court of Appeals ness for Alford wns his first cousin, wood section. Judge clipped from the paper or they o partment of ARruulture. This Ilisr Vote Inducement Which declaration with the aecre- - Henry Alford, who sworo that tn- - member of the Christian church since Hogue were married at tho courtare given free on liotii old nnd o nnd fifteen persons filed XhisCl.. curly youth and wns nn exceedingly house here Wedenulay morning by Hctwccn ten Is Nearly as Large as the Best Vote I" g uiryuii oiui Ask for o were killed nt HI Ccntro, Cnl.. by new subscriptions. Uhrnirn Alford enme to him between clever nnd man. Supt. Gnrland SinR!eon. The groom Offer of the Contest. votes when paying your suit- - o A number of years ngo he wns chos- is the Eon of James Sweeney nnd the eight o clock on the night walls caused by an earthquake. president or Anbury College, has been en and o The Imperial Valley is in darkness nnd scnations. killing and asked h.m to loan en police Judge of Crab Orchard and bride is the daughter of R. J. Hogue president of Union College at, of the o o many fire were started in Mexico elected l",m hls Kun s"MnK that he had been he filled that position with credit up nnd n very popular couple of the Imrhourville How mnny subscriptions have you and Cnlilornii border towns. Maj. H. S. Helburn announces that, "run over" that afternoon ns much to his death. He wasn quick, witty Wnyivesuutg section. huwi pledged to you no secured or Three thousand head of cattle were under Bo clrcumstn-cc- s A Danvvile dispatch says: A romanwill he seek'ns he Intended to be. Alford said he official and his decisions frequently MoreUnd, Ky. Thurstlmt you cnn get tlitm sold on the market at Mt. StcrlinR Lieu- - told him he could not hnve it, when he brought applause because of the jus- tic courtshipwhich had its beginning no Mondav at hih prices. The quality the Republican nominntion for Weddlc io,i Mild ho would go home and get one. tice which they carried and the hum- during n recent cruise through South day night, the close of the Second 'J"1 Lydin S. Reynolds r.ovcrnor. Anna i8t),i2r. was fair. For the first time in forty tennnt grand jury in Ohio county ad- Hcniy Alford also testified that when orous language in which they were American waters on bonrd the steamThe Mr Vote Bonus Offer7 Are ou tak- Miss Ulgn .Myers Ifll.'JIiO jears heifers were sold oor the scales inhe went to the body of Oliver Smith couched. sixt-flv- e ship Kroonland, culminted in tho wedMiss I'ruduncc Forrell ing full ndvnntnge of this big vote 10,025 nt seven tents and yenrliiiR steers nt journed after returning He was an uncompromising demo ding of Willinm Belknap Newberry, of dictments charging confederating for the dead man still clutched a 38 pis-a McKinney, Ky. everything possi-bi- n nnd dome crat and did vnhant service for his Cleveland, O., nnd Miss Mnry Louise tol in his right hand. He also saw eichts cents. purposes of intimidation. 0(5,725 to rlituli your success nt the fin- Mii Ituth Cocking S. F. Cntes. the owner of a smnll bottle of whiky which wa taken party in every election. The writer iVnn Winkle, of Danville. The wedding J. P. I.unsford, of Danville, sold for ri5,'.)ro thin most incrostmg of races. If Miss Ituth Tanner ish of from his pocket, or which had fallen asked him on lucsday afternoon who itook place at the home of John a. Van the 16,175 M. J. Fnrns the fnim known as anil mine ntar vvnue rinin, ruponcu 10 from it. he wns for in the various State of Winkle, brother of the bride. not. better Ret busy nt once and gnth- - Miss Mary I.ois Gann the authorities of Hopkins county thnt Remolds plnio near Shelby City Crah Orchard, Ky. lumfllhlo illlr- I. m. nturi' aiihufriiitltin Mrs. Smith, wife o tliu (lend man, fices: "Anybody suits me," was his containing 72 acres, to hvnn Lyons, fhc had been whipped bv "niRht riders Several days ago the report came to 107,1150 Jnlin Brown. sail) he wns at Mrs. Kittrcll's when quick response, adding that he was he Interior Journal office that Miss Mr, intr the next few days. also Mrs. Harnett M. Lair, eighty-fiv- c I ( .a nes 87,aoo of IliiHlniiville. Ho Lyons,sold to HusMnr Artel the contest N over, you will Somhusband and Alford came up to for tho men who could win easiest in Anna Chancellor was to be murried her near years old, formerly resident of 11,075 FarriF the farm of J undoubtedly be able to think of a M" Kiln Rigsby, erset, died in Lexington at the home the gate. Smith came in but Alford November. Judge Magee knew the during the week. The young lady wa tonville and containing 81 acres. Hustonville. Ky. great many place where you might Mrs. l)orn II. Thom- would not. I.ater Alford sent some political game about ns well as any 'quizzed" on the subject nnd her re1.1 1,125 The cnttle market in Garrard coun-- t f her daughter, Holicitn Hlnin 'H lm o secured a subscription if you whisky in the house and some of them man in the county and his diagnosis ply was so Ingenuously evasive that Margaret Allen was considerably enlivened this as. 22 1,075 . I.... I ...,K. .J ,J f.,i- - II I),. n't li.t thin '!! .... ... ...... mitt win. Gen. John B. Cnstlemnn, of Louis drank' nnrt of it. Alford sent word in of any political situation wns worth a we thought there was no truth in it. 221,075 week bv one dial alone that involves now Miss ( hriKtine Iiir and happen hut think of these places wanted wns, nearly $12,000. Tom nnd David Ran- ville, was appointed by Gov. Me thnt hewent out his whiskyu back with great ileal. n member of the order of But thererv.rh;'n for she nnd ill Haw- Gilbert s Creek, Ky. . He wns talk Crcn'ry to succeed John T. Settle, of Smith and had and then go nt once and Ret the sub- MiHti Kmma iloltrrlnw nt tU 'ii0 nt 8.825 kin, one of the largest and most ex"icing li.uk scriptions. When ou are ' on the State Library Corn- - him. Alford then went off in a enrt Odd Fellows andin thnt order officatcd hom'e of Rcv ami Mr, mnrnV.l Arnold, wE 8,700 tensive cattle feeders in this county, Louisvill waiting for the final de- Mii Nell liuck Hugh nt his burial the Crab Orchard in n.invill.v bv thnt irentli,mnn Wed. nnd forth with Gaines Baugh and Clnudc sold to Monte Fox 110 head of cat- mission. Kings Mountain, Ky. cision of the judges, you will think Miss (irnie riiompxun Four more men were indicted in es. biter in the evening MVs. Smith, cemetery Thursday aftel noun when inclav morning. The happy coupl e 100,800 tle thnt will weigh 1.300 each, for child nnd inll that was mortul of the clever man were accompanied by Mrs. M. E many momenta you hae wastof the S8..15 a hundred poum:?. The delivery Ohio county Wednesday charged with accompanied by her little. Ky. ed, that you might hnve used to gnnfl Mm. WalterStanford, ,.f Millorshniv. a sister nftha hicj mui was Inid to rest to await the resurrec-(iir:- .f Jones 205.025 to lie made the first ten days in July. confederating. Thev nre accused of ner nusunuii suuieu mum.-- nid, when ndvnntnge in u limine; the pnie you Miao Ka Itankiti wnv. she tion morn. bride. Miss Lena Beck, of McKinney, B. G. Fox of Dnnvllle, sold for Fox whipping n boy us he was returning trotten about half mnat desire. Make up for the mom- - Mix. Pntieiue ( almeie saw Alford coming with gun in she i and W. T. Cummins, of Corhin. 111,550 & Fnrns to A. J. Uipsley, of Charles- from church. past bv SINGLETON'S STORE. in tn you hnvo wasted In the now un- Mm. Luiy Miller Hartley The bride wore a handsome tan suit The Tobacco Warehousemen's As- hand. "Stop there." Alford said, "I 224.075 ton. W. Vn six railroad mules for todou-ll- ng vour oMnrts fion Lexington want my whisky." Oliver told him he beauty never showed Mian Hituiili' f'ltiv Prirrlv 151.100 $075. He nlr.o sold to the Derrett Con- sociation nt n meeting in Elisha Griffin was 5n commun- and her natural him what ity this week surveying. this til the finish. Ynu lire working for Mnw Ilettie Ptik, :i ito liettei advantage. She is a charm- 1.10,250 struction Compnnv wo mules for ugnin rejected the proposition of the would not get it and asked priios tlmt are worth your best ef- Mmi l'linne Scutt, It Association for nn he mennt by following him with a 125,075 $300. Also to Mr. George Toombs, of Tobacco Growers' Jake Sowders, of the White's Mill in,' ml 'mil the man who has won her nd o" ihould lemve nothing Mm Oni Farmer, gun. Alford continued to say that he ctnittn lrcf n flno- mm fort 'l 12,:t2.1 Junction City, n pair of mules for affiliation of the two bodies. heart and hand 1! has a right toI tcel . CL f it.. undone to win the prise you most when unver otter- "VUIU" ,"V" President Wilson wib Waynrsljurg, Ky. "cmuveineiii. ono D. Davis bought some corn of Jack P ..! "' 125; to Pope & Son. of Garrard prospects of peace in as yet sees no wanted his whisky, want all or none," (lauKhter "f. Mr' aml Europe. He ed to divide it. "I Mim ( oru iMiiRleton 80,225 county, one four- - ear-olmule for Savior for $.1.25 a barrel. ,olin,,;l The Lrland Piano. and is. an exceeding- vesterd.iv with Col. House. aid V'fnrd and "I urn going to have !,.... Mim SoailiH Muiuiu 20,825 $110. Shell Oatts sold Mr. Lapsley a f !.: o:nn ti, .. , socunnst the great-oa- t Mm Mnr Warn ner Tha contf-Ui'who communicated to the Chief Ex it" iiu wen nueu lis Run ami s , i; iiil luiiuciaui .1111 flLLllUII miv imi- ,ly popular meinour oi ine uuui;ci 15 l.V. pair of mules fur $425. tf) ,nnt thoir co. orer, ,,. ls h . the entire ton-te- Mim Mabel ,T numhor of volus in ecutive the results of his trip abroad. unver. i saw no pisioi unci u no i right. l 1,325 I!ov. v.. ...... social set. She is highly accomplished ....w ..v " "" " Junes &. Cress huvc shipped six will be Riven Uie choice between a The I.Iks of Richmond, have begun one it wns empty, as I had unloaded colt to get cut on barb wire. and is as bright and chic as she is Mt. Salem, Ky. lambs I .eland IMano or a Tour to the Pima mi Mnw N'nnrii 158,:.V5 carload' of bought in the past few the demolition of the Dillingham bus- it thnt ilnv. fennng the children would MiKinnev Mrs. John Harris, of Cedar Creek, handsome. The groom is a prominent of A. R Mnthenv iness building on the corner of Third get hold of it. My husband had start iIhvs. They Exposition. The l.olnnil Piano la inDISTRICT NO. 2 is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wesley young business mnn of his home town ono r10 lambs avoniging.SO pounds nt scv nnd Main streets to make way for a ed toward home when no was snoi. dued a handsome instrument of Corbin. He comes from good stock, Lancaster, Ky. Davis. of Wilson Alex county The defendant said that he was 22 that i noted tha worm oyer ior us- Ms1 iorlNr0 Dnwes 22 1,075 on nnd n half cents: 75 pounds nt the $25,000 business block and lodge E. L. Wilson of Crab Orchard, hi3 parents being appearance, men quiuiiy- s,M Su.i t mc. hnndaom v.,. people, .. with an extensive relation- room. ears old, a on of A. J. Alford ant1 i 200,150 under 32 averaging '.i.'..r t..i. i c....i .. p..--- ) , ...... ..... v ...iv . v "... . L. McCarty B0 thai same price; of "f' i "' ,, w. .... paln, ami flno tone The I.elaml Piano wns Ky The proposition to issue $000,000 for the past few venrs had been lit ..i ...,0. weighed 75 pounds nt eight cents; of in bonds for road budding purposes working on the railroad, hut the cut- for $25 0,21 Haiecieil nicer uiu nir- -; Kice ii"iwould- jubk Louise Brodhead, Ky. Chrates Davis sold to R. J. McAlis-te- r Hawkins will make their home at nt failed to receive a 15 . C. Shanks majori ting down of force had let him out; irfemtion as the one which Corbin, where wo predict the latter five hogs at seven and a half cents weighcounty The advocates nr that he wns now engaged in farming. a pound. will be heartily welcomed nnd royally 101,250 eight cent.; of S. .1. Hmbry 80 ttlee the majority of the contestants vim AiI.i Wmi-.of ty in Daviess and bring the mot real enjo.vmont to jtls Klta Cul,,, 05.725 ing 75 to 80 pounds nt eight tents; 83 the proposition sav ihey willarrj the He ndmitted sending into the Kittrell Emmctt lIoQkui!) bought.to .milk recetv ed. We hope so, at any rate, for & Dunignn 28 averaging W. our knowledge is to theTourts. Danville Ky. tli4winnw. It is madu irtJUSo"pur- for his whisky seveinl times f from I.um Hopkins on Copper no young womanofinthe good things of George Lo- matter people of Murray nie in a house ald that Smith after awhile came i Khsnln-lI)v.. llmilv. of Chiuigo and will W more deserving md The 200.825 pounds nt eight cents; of beam nt 05 k - S1 n gan 37 that tipped the contest from Miss Jov Tavlor ' 02,200 quandary ns to their right to vote in ouc anil drawing ins kuh un nun, t haiixl espociaily for this han is onnie, J. T. Wells'sold u pair of mules. 'K0 ns. s.o rrthi? 10 maweJune ,bride- 22 1.075 pound at lev on and n half cents and the coming primary, ns no one has cursed him. He left and went homo. wagon and harness to Neal Parker of ner nappy thoir local iigcnU. the Hamilton- - Miss Kthel v Schndel Jen "? of Klwood Cooper 10 averaging 75 registered ns required by the statutes and n he had engagement that nidi Company of this cit. Junction Cit,. Ky Smith Music and contented. pounds nt seven nnd a half cents. since the city was raised from the at ine nennu o.un iuunma n .. Waiato section for $240. Mjs (iertrudc Richardson Closes July 1st. 107,575 They bought of G. D. Boone 3.1 head fifth to the fourth class. 'Mrs. J. C. Hays Entertains at Rook. Shelby City, Ky The Second Big Vote Offer closes to go over the lond leading by .Mrs. The Danville Chautauqua hogs at Si.iu anil oi 121,025 or 1 on Thursday. Jul 11. Votes on sub- - .Miss Kmilv Murpt.y Mrs. Virginia Clay Clopton. life KittieUs and near Smith nome. tie Mrs. J. C. Hays entertained nt Rook It. C. Arnold 37 ut about seven cenU. nreident of the Alabama Daughters took his gun along for protection, but A 3.tM.dav Rodpath Chautauqua complimentary to Large Rool; Club Lilierty, Ky. scriptions count up very rapidly un- 71,450 r''".w',,c Jl,"S 30, to and a few other guests on last Wed- dw this big vote induiement any ev- - Mls8 Mnggie. Brown the Confederacy and a "belle of the did not think of any trouble with vvi" " l of i" LABOR LEADER IS v vv,v -- uiiiinji nnodio nffoftinnn cry enndidate sliouhl get nil promise it uuiucnv fifties, died Wednesday at llunts- - Smith, although the latter had drawn July Th. tinf wrta nn CRYING FOR HELP. . AMONG TESTIFIERS ville, rushed nnd gather in us many sub- Aln. She wns the widow of his pistol on and cursed him. "With Juy5th,therewillheaspeciaI4thof iJeaI 'one for the occasion alui the hcriptions as jxissible in the next few United States Senator Clement cj. Claude Hughes nnd Gaines Bnugh, I July program with two grand band partv one of ehe vlicst of the afternoon nnd evening. "The son.; Mesdames J. B. Foster nnd stopped at Mrs. Kittrell's nnd tried to L Of It In Stanford But Daily Charles Peets Tells How Ti nla Clay and 01 years old. ,Ia?- a wonderful s;e McKinney und Miss Bettie Paxton lug Travel in the House Louisville business men were prom- iret mv whisky, the boys having told The Interior Journal s Growing Lets. Brought Him Ready Owen with title Tour nnd Prize Contest iIoe on Sat inent nt the Niiholasville meeting of me thev wanted a drink. I was told piny vtiII he WillinmFriday in the July nssiatpd the hostess in entertninincr. given Relief. evening Mrs. McKinnev presiding at the punch urday. July 17th. Central Kentucky merchants, which that Smith had gone home. I went on roll Hie kidnevs often cry for help. Don t fail to see this. Alice Niel- - bowl. Beautiful ns well a? dMightful James L. Isenberg, of If there is an mibtake in the count with the boys in their cart, but a short organ in the whole Not another Louisville, Ky., June 25. Here is decided to wnv further theit horse fell in a ditch sen. enc iamous pnmvionna soprano, refreshments, consisting ot oncK ices vote up to Ihe president, and of nnv contestant's what Charles Peetz, prominent labor meet next year nt Georgetown. Trad- and I left them. I overtook Mr. nnd vi'l elcx-- the ClMJiuuoue the evening innd ind'vidunl cakes from Benedict's present ditto, it must be cnlled to tho body more delicately constructed. Not one more important to health. lender, of 101 West .Market street, ing stnmps were condemned. 7th. the ... of the conttt manager be- .Mrs. Smith. 1 asked him again to give of Wednesday July n r These nnd were served- nt ..... conclusion of . the attention r nioca t nr nn . ..... im mnen The uu foie next Monday night. Otherwise mood. kidneys are the fillers of tho this citv. has to say and Tnnlnc, the im iuuuwuikB.bubi w R. (Icoige L. Richardson, who cut his me my whisk v, nnd he pgain curseci belints ...".v ... the - ...........-- lion the benefits wife's thront. then his own and fired me and stepping back, drew his js- seen during T. benson in Dnnville. ent: Mesdames J. Paxton. premier preparation, the standing ns published today must when thoy fail tho blood becomes lie derived from the ue of the medi Tickets on sale now. at the Interior Bruce, G. B. Cooper. S. M. "Saufley, be taken as correct a bullet into his head at Hemings- - Inl f txny t c unit nniLnt I r.rt1lihpf1 ' Journal Office. Adults $2.50 for the G. G. Perry-- , J. B. Foster, Hugh Reid, cine: Until fuither notice, contestants foul and poisonous. burg died, having been in a semi- my gun, which I had set down by a season tickets for children 14 and un-- 1 H. J. McKoberts, P. M. McRoberts, condimere can ue no iieiuwi wncre mere "I hnve been in n hnlf-icm I... nll.iund tn noil a suffiiient conscious condition since the tragedy. little bush and shot him. I thought der SI, 25. After the Chautauqua be- -' H. R. Saufley. T. A.Rice. E.J. poisoned blood. I wns nil number of votes to place their stand- is Backache is one of lb frequent in- tion for months. made no statement, but indicated my lif" was in dnnger and shot tojKVP gins the season tickets will advance Jrown, Walter Mary Burch, had no appetite. My Hewish neivous, nnd ing 30,000 in advnnce of the lender of for his wife's and his own re- - myself. to $3.00 nnd children to 51.50. dications of kidney troutilu. iC. Hays Foster, and Bessie McKinney, was out of order and my di- n stomach Some six or eight witnesses the tin i ceiling issue. cov cry. It Misses Mnry Bruce, Esther Burch. Lu- often the kidney s' cry for help. gestion was had. I often hnd headThe schedule of votes is given be- Heed isit. or the Commonwealth but only A double execution will take place cile Cooper, sue Kout and nettle Thirty-Siaches nnd wns depressed in spirits. for 25 cents. low. one Alford himself for the de 13. Will Read what Do.in's Kidney Pills 'I find that Tnnlnc just exnetiv ut the Eddy v die prkon July Pineville, fense. Your Tield Ike Whole World. Dr. King's New Life Pills are now suits my case. After using the medi- Lano, who kjllpd his wife at You who think that vour chances have done for overworked kidneys. d glass bottles, supplied in Grn-ha2,v1914, and To Residence Telephone Users. Head have gone nnd that the field has been Stanford what Do.in's have done for cine about a week or ten days, my February slayer of SheriffTurner containing 30 sugar coated white Constipation Cured Overnight. Jr.', Robert people. On account o fthe high price of appetite nnd digestion nte much bet bv the other contchtnnts well covered 1 i county, will be tonight pills, for 25c. One pill with a glass wire and batteries nnd having to movo I). C. Dyehouse. of Hardin A small dose of sleep oeiier nun ... i Whitley Ave.. ter. I now should paue for it moment ami think t electrocuted. Gov. McCreary has sign- and you enjoy a full, fr.ee, easy bowel of water before retiring is an uveraRe our polls all back oTf the road, the bore inmoni. snvs: of the many fliends, former residents- and painful that .uy ones was some to stronger in every way." ed the death warrants. it was hard fin movement in the morning. No griping, dose. Easy and pleasantin to take. residence telephones will be advanced Tnnlnc, the premier preparation, of Lincoln county nnd now living elseresults. 25 cents per montn. itusionviue . . ....-is Podophyllin (May Effective and positive Thomas Tntrtrart. Democratic Com for where who would be glad to Help ou nee uruum. but didni t um. to wn-- thnt proved such a boon to Mr. Peetz Cheap und economical to use. Get a Telephone Co., by J. O. Carpenter. l'o-l)get bv subscribing for the I. J. and thus everythingthat would bring me relief and hundreds of others in Louisville mitteeman for Indiana; Joseph E Bell, Annlel without the gripe. Constipa- bottle today, take a dose tonight t. nnd Kentucky, is now being taken Mavor of Indianapolis: Samuel V. Ln corrects the cause of getting the news from their former anything I Thev with the most uenenciai results t;y Perrott, chief of police, and 125 other tion bv arousing the Liver, increasing your Constipation will be relieved in homo. Send thoe people a letter tq- - until used Doans I kidney Pills by Not for Mon Only. the manv of our citizens right here in Indiana men were indicted by the the flow of hie. Bile is Natures the morning. 30 for 26c, ut all day. Manv u contest has been won by PiovedI to be fwhat needed and Women suffer ns much u) men do had inMicd tnree boxes, the Stanford. It is an excellent spring Marion county grand jury on charges untiseptic in the bowels. With proper who np. time i home ingenious from indigestion and constipation and pealed r her friends away fiom ''am in my hack left and I felt better tonicrblood urifier nnd tissue builder of conspiring to commit felonies de amount of bile, digestion in ooweis reauire the same scientific remedy to Alumni Banquet July 9th. Tnnlnc can lie obtained in Mnntorti fined by the election laws ottne ainie is perfect. No gas, no fci mentation, home and thus secured votes where in every vvny. acs.m-o51-- 1 against bribery and no Constipation. Don't be sick, nernnd the lnw The Alumni Association that was keep the stimach sweet, tho liver others might have, but did not think I plyPrice 50c, ataall dealers. Don t getf at Penny's Drug Store. kidney remedy blackmail. organized hero several weeks ago for tive and the bowels regular. Foley Get u bottle of it in time. Also the field in this I vous, irntnble. and oan's kidney Pills are Mrs. Susan Rancy was instantly Value of Candy as Food. rmint nnd vicinity his not be.n cov- - Mr. Dyehouse had. the. same that from your druggist now nnd the purpose of giving an Alumni ! Cathartic Tablets erinewholesome nnu- or cnuse banquet this summer is at work try clcunsine: do not erod by any mum. Although conies- The value of candy is recognized by killed in Burgin when she was struck cuie your Constipation overnight. 51-- 1 d fast passenger. ing to maKe it n success, rresmcni sea. Stout people say this is the one tunts have secured subscriptions here Co., Props.. Buffalo. N. . military authorities. The British sol- bv u Jiimcs Cooper is very nnxiuos to hear cathnrtic that takes away that over-fuhi.. I iluro. munv anil many a new sub-- 1 diers in France are reported as con- She wns attempting to cross the railKentucky Postmasters Affirmed. feeling. Sold and clogged-u- p sciintinn. prohablv more than enough A Doctor's Prescription for Cough suming "prodigious quantities of way tracks and nppaiently did not lium uin milium tt iu nutv initio The president mude the following w. be here a( ,he number of plates everywhere. to win tho very prize you most desire. , Don't neglect a summer cold. A sweets." A captain at the front with realize that the train was approachl'.1 "'..:' . ". they wish. The date of the banquet is lying idle at your very door wniting bronchial cough causes bioken sleep the British nrniv reports that the can ing. She stepped immediately in front recess uum-uiiiI Cave, June 29, 1915 Foley's teen has "five times the demand for of the train, which was going nt full Kentucky: Unrtiourvine. . ,'... !nnil lowers vour vitality. for vou to como lifter it. - will probably be July 9th. Prof. J. W. To Mammoth .... . IreIum wi)l )(! hcre aml bo toastmas- speed. Mrs. Itaney was the mother of irestoni.urg.i-u.au?, Providence helps those who hln Hncy nnd Tnr Compound soothes sweets than was expected, and h Round trip railroad fure $4.35. umsburg. R. fc. Pritcnurd, nnufu. ,. thcnuelves nnd likewise the world. .nni htmis raw, inlinmed membranes, Board at Cave Hotel Including the Tl... ....., the demand for beer.' The Au. Mrs. Tom Price, of Danville, and Mrs. ureenviue, t r... ll. .!!.. nm it. Tlu mix who irnes after things is the cn,w tiil1ltn. In Ihront utiil elinra trnlinns enenmned in Hg.vpt have eat Robert Broyles, of Perryville. She several routes In the - cave for $5.50. two wero recommended by Senator splen- - (stuffy, whewy breathing. Contains no years old and To Sleep Well in Summer. one who gets them. With such u Making total cost fo- two days' trip en all the chocolate to be had in Cuiro wns about seventy-fiv- e Beckham, the third by Senator James .li.l riidd to work in. (hero is no rea opiates; ihildren like it; good for all Scientists contend thnt sugar has highly esteemed. Slight inflammation of tho bron- $9.85, going on regular morninir and Wallace by Representative win ono of the colds, coughs, croup and bronchi! af much food value and is a good subson why you should not chial tubes causes u distressing cough trains. Limit on tickets 10 days. A Mistake Made By Many. biggest prlrca if you will go after the fections. Sold every where. Foley's Write or phone L. & N. agent. 40-0- t. und makes sleep impossible. stitute for alcohol. Chocolate, for ex. tho Secret nches by subscriptions. Remember Wliwi you suffer pains nnd stimulating. Honey and Tur Compound stops that is harmlessly nmple, N.iip.I.. Pains StoDDed. of Success. (t lannoying tickling and relieves the PANAMAS Blenched or Reshaped, hnve discovered wiuii scieiu-ist- s day und sleep disturbing blndder old. of fiiebi4 You don't need to suffer agonizing . success nnd greut wealth ll'olsgroves Bluckuhv. died vears King's Snlulers before, that sugar will re- weakness bv night, feel tired, nervous d This rule knew tiring cough. Good for all $1,00 Return charges prepaid. Landing, nt the blad- nerve pains in the fnce. hen.!, bungs. Hat Co.. 512 Elm. near 5th St., Hospital at Fiankfort lieve fatigue quickly and give a sense nnd run down, the kidneys and ! Dnughters' , i.m nnnlv coughs, colds, cioup und bronchial af i ". ....Ti i. ..l ii find that it tiue. 5058-healthy, Cincinnati, O. You'll Phono Cnmil (from teirihlo wounds inflicted h the of strength thnt is reiil without the der should be restored to fections. Sold everywhere. You must go after all the things. hands of his hiother Richard, two biibsequent depression experienced by stroni? nnd regular action. It is n u few drops of soothing Sloan's Linwill not come to you. s Fo iment; lie quietly a few minutes. You That I vears his senior. mistnko to nostnone treatment. The older boy shot those who use spirits. Sugar nnd v.ites mnv lie gathered and sub- - .in fun and tho full charge took ef- nre found to be ureful not only ley's Kidney Pills put tho kidneys in ill i..t such relief and comfoit! Life linrullilX ;,"-,- !"" (Mill ..u...l .f nuyurvu hcriptions fuct n tho Miiiier hov' hoi v. t'lking to the physically tired, but to those hound, he ulthy condition and keep i and the world will look brighter. Get THE INTERIOR JOURNAL'S 25c., nt ((f hu get them. mi are rot coin n eu j o u ght hiind, who suffer mental exhaustion. th(ei fi This Ballot them nctiv ,c and strong. Sold every- - n botHe today. 3 ounces for w ithout i . your own ct smci in groin and the up per part all Druggists, reneimies teuritur his where Must Be TRAVEL TOUR AND PRIZE CONTEST scriptions. iiowevei, wuii rubbing. lof his leg and penetrating h is uudo- It is rumoied Hint A. It. Burnnm, . . 1'iire. vou neuu un- - IlC'll. .. . u C....L U.. .. !.. f . Voted on or r .. ,jv.m . Jr., of Richmond, will bu usked to Laeui. uovi iiicfciiiiuu y compete ngainst those . in your dis r.rs, u.y c. c -- l I make the nice for Circuit Judge as Before Lieut. Gov. K. J. McDermott. cnndl-- 1 Start Chidrsn begin Only a Few Can Go. oi trict lor any Itio mu pi !.-his date for the demociatic nomiiiution ut Rush Branch School will the Republican candidate fiom Vole Offer. Tl.. July 5th. Thos who do not mivo to considet district. vvuu amy couit-'schohouse Monday, for goveinoi. will speak ut the The schedule of voles given belov expense nro now going to health re- Dolly W. Melee, us teacher. house here Tuesday uftcinoon, next. lli will be h t0 Kvi r"1 of purines in me 29th, at 1 o'clock. Ho U a polished Both tructee and teacher would start An Effective Cough Treatment. would rheu,m....!.. r.. I back nnd a treat is iu stole for all dato it if all the patrons dny so that ut"ati oViock to one teaspoonful of n,,,. aching juinin unit intuitu, .nu .DISTRICT No.. ,? FOR their children the first will bo.made nt nhyutuf0"",' "i! ..w' if vou enimot iro. King's New Discovery, taken as who hear J!him.I vet feel vou Dr. they might be properly, classified and f r u.. .rso ii(i nut iiu iu ,.,. ,.r i HKi-'i'-'.r-i.t.tiMr will soothe and check Coughs iiiK get a good start. Hies. Manning, - need relief from pain and misery, needed, the more dangerous BronTo Preserve Your Health. Addresi subscriptions wun uw Colds and They Pills. The kidneys aio tho great honlth Trustee. getking a bigger vote for if you do get Foley Kidney activity and make chial and Lung Ailments. You can't the kidneys to disappointed. brought or mailed to KnMimutism, duckucub you will be greatly This Coupon, when neatly cut serious preservers. Can Furnish Ice Creani. you feel well unci strong. Hop! ev- ulTord to tuke the risk of simple u headache, sure muscles, stiff joints New Subscriptions the Contest Department of the Interior Journal will count for the so cheap nnd Illness, when out of I can fill your orders for Ice cream li.nuu voiea erywhere. 10 years person whose name Is written tbereon. remedy us Dr. King's Now Discovery conui when the tokidneys areniter uw on Sunday morning, if you w 11 give 97,200 votes 8 years properiv U obtainable. Go to your Druggist order and fail 50,400 votes Resources of the 7,004 national Contestants should clip and save the coupons and get their Pills tone " it to me by 12 o'clock Saturday. 5 years. today, get u bottle of Dr. King's New blood. Foley Kidney 40,880 votes banks on Muy 1 were over kidneys bpM Plcaso don't let your bottle accumfriends to do likewise. (Not good after Use data above mentioned.) 4 years- tho treatment at tired and diseased sleep dUUrbi Discovery, statt .11,200 votes ulate, but teturn them promptly.40-t- J. 3 years.. stop HH------a-NB--- -ai f once. You will be gratified for the backache and . 21,000 votes U. Ccinciitsch, the Dairyman. 2 years.., bladder troubles. Sold cver'wKvotes tonight. .. 10,200 Expoits bf Eluin relief and cure obtained. 1 year... BE AWARDED ACTIVE WORKERS ON JULY 17 -- "LV''iL m 1 car-loa- d V cnr-loa- r- or oooooooooooooooooo n, n-o- .. fal-lin- Mnu-hoarte- tl ooooooooooonooooooo l- -l K-- i K-- 1 It-.- dc-i- ro. 1 a. con-fmr- d nt r.r.a o- -,. nt I!-- ... ,, -- r - L'-c-k v. two-third- s' I I- ts, nt g. ."". ..- I pu, . k run-dow- x well-corke- y, ic-e- M-c- 51-2- 'Jr south-bounde- ll ... u-.- i' one-fift- tui-t.-- t.-. "' I Mo-ran- urm.-king- wl cnn-die- -- i wL mj I -w- I ol ui, taotoi r&SoSiyf Good for 25 Votes outd iippre-speak- er c?r One-fourt- h ti.i. re I ,;i l ,t c uIWm - Tri jf-- a - rv "JT 15" v . 'V ' . vA " The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, June 25, car 191 5. Honor Roll Bank. OUR AJMS. The constant aims 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 confribute to their enterprises the conforesight and timely servative counsel which strong a bank can properly ben, TbeJntCTigiPjIourntl wAtrox nAunxr. . io - A . TEAK RTR1CTI.T - rr .. ..lf -- - Mr. A. W. Mcrrcr has focn spend-in- s a few days with friends In iMty I pnunl t I , .UiVANCK M. .. .... . ,.! ..l - be the guest ot her filliif. Mm. .Inmn. Tl.t.m nt i 'has nrrivd to ,,uy ,Inrrl(( of ln,lifln.po)K ' r.A ! stow. To repay their confidence in us by confidence in them. LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Stanford, Ky "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE" Capital. $100,000; Surplus $100,100. Resources $520,000.00. J. B. Paxton, V. H. Shanks, Pres. V. M. Bright, Cashier. J. W. Rochester, Asst. Cashier. Vice-Prcs. Gov. Slaton nhowcil moral nurnge Notice Is hereby civen that nn up. in comnvutlnR th death sentence of Leo Frank to life Imprisonment. To jiliciition will be mndo to the Lincoln the county court, upon July 12th. 191", i.vn rniiil h nnwsnnners since 'killing of Mary Phagnn was to know nnn being county court dny In July the intensity w the fccliag ngninst the to cstnhllMi n county rond, ns follow3t nllcged murderer. Any man who ven- llcginning in center of n county rond, tured to express in n public manner corner to Fox Duddoinr and II. K. lands, thence ncross the hind his belief in Mie innocence 01 rra k wns subject for the pillory of public of Fox Duddernr with hi and Aindlpnntion In nnd nround Atlnntij. lbright's line n distance of about 45 Hums and his detectives were literal. rod, to nnother corner of wild 1.. run n.lt nf tho "Gllte CltV of tllC nnd Albright; thence ncros the South" because rhcy worked on the IniuU of said A. K. AlbriRht with his theory nnd began to adduce evidence nnd Charley Tnpp's line n distance of to support their contention that Frank about 1ft rode, to the mouth of n counwns innocent. Public opinion was In- ty rond. formerly nn alley of the town tolerant when Frank's innocence wns of Rowland, near the residence of yet the juiirc who tried tho Charley Tnpp, thence with said alley case nnd the governor who reviewed or county rond to the Stanford nnd it both Southern men nnd tnuc Crab Orchnrd turnpike nnd said road ( icorginns that his guilt was not to be .10 feet in width over the land of irovon. Gov. Slaton might ensl'y ''avc said Iox utiridcrnr nnd A. K. A brie it left tho case over for his successor, This J0th ilny of June 1015. J. I,. whn is soon to take his peat, to piif. McKKK IUKFK, County Itond Kngi-nce- r, L. Oc upon. Hut he acted lie part of n met the issue smiiircly nnd did his duty unflinchingly. The calm Judg. ment of the people will npprove h.s Dud-dcr- NUIH.E. Hot Weather CLOTHES These Sweltering days we want to wear as few clothes as the law allows- -- yet we have to wear them and want to select the garments that are the most comfortable and yet most genteel. Palm Beaches are very popular; the genuine ones are wool one way, do not draw up if washed properly. So be sure to get the genuine article; the imitations fade and draw up so you better get them from us and be sure sizes 34 to 50, in light colors, shepherd plaids and grey. Blue Serges-nothi- ng prettier, nothing as good. A blue serge suit with an extra pair of trousers of white wool and you are well dressed. These wc have in any size and price, $ ? 0.00, $ 5.00, $20.00 and $25.00. Mohair and Alpaca Coats in black and gray, regular and extra sizes, $3.50 to $5. Wash Trousers at $1.00 and $1.25. Keep cool by wearing our col 1 flt B1-3- It Our Big Sale Has just commenced. Everything Goes At A Big Reduction. tt u i f r -? 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. courage. Mr. McCheHncy"hasconvcrtcd one mnn nt least durfiiR his speaking tour n of thr State for the democrntic for povcrnor. He is Kditor T. Hnrrodsburg Saunders .'ir. of fie Lc3.fi vli. Inudi n li.e Mies Mr. Mv hesne) pteth inuJe .n Harrods-burn ft w days ago. I "tot Orr hns boxed nil of the points of the politiml comf.t t and it is i t iTprobablc thai he will line up in the McChcsney in Aupust, ex'en if he is n Hull Moose paper. He is n miRhty clever man, however, and his friends xvould be glad to sec him back in the nartv of nartics. where he rightly belongs nnd xvhere he should have remained nil along. James P. Kdxvards. of Louisville, has announced for the democratic nomination for lieutenant Rovcrnor. There are nil sorts of rumors as to who his entrance will help and hurt. We are not enough of a politician to dscuss the matter and care very little about it. What xve xvant is u ticket that will be eclipse in the race in November and this xve expect to see, it matters not xvho enters or xvithilraxvs during these hot political days of June. nomi-nntioR col-uro- n run-ninir PUBLIC SALE As agent of the heirs of John T. Land, deceased. I xvll offer for sale to the highest and best bidder, at nubile outcry in the town of Morclitnd, Lincoln county, Ky., on Saturday, June 26, at 2 p. m. the following described renl estate. situated within three hundred yards clothes. of the depot at Moreland, t: Three acres of land: nlso txvo- thirds of n tract of fifteen acres lying on the Danville nnd Ilustonvillc pike, within a half mile of Moreland, on xvhich is n Rood, comfortable house, and never failing water. The merest in the last described and it s n undivided interest in the fifteen ncre trnct, but subject to the MAIN ite interest therein of .Mrs. Maker. One share of stock in the Hank of Moreland. Terms mnde known on dny of sale. Persons oxving the estate of John T. Ijind xvill please settle xvith me, as Tsltrrh la There Is such agent of heirs of the deceased, rounlrj IIjsumntf otbir illwu-- s tMputsfcllsn 'f tt twltirr nJ ill Land, at once, and those to xvhom said until Ihp aiHrJ tu I ffw Jfsr" estate is indebted xvill file xvith me Inchritlc i.r s srnt nunj jrsrn doctors locsl dlnTSM- - sad iTrKTlbrd It tHcir claims proven ns 's required for timnouiirnlscd bx ci.mt.ntlj Ollllilt to rurr lKith' claims against the estate of n den rrmnUX, i.t. 4iruiwrd It tnrarablt. Stlrnce !..jl lnjtc to-witwo-third- . :......- - McRoberts & Bailey STREET STANFORD, KENTUCKY lt 1 pel son. Hoh. W. P. Kimball has announced for the nomination for circuit judge of Fayette. The old "wheel-horse- " democrat hns many friends in this lie xvoods who would neck of tho miirhtv irlnd to hear of his nomination and election. There xvas never a better democrat nor a cleverer man than "Press," as his legion of friends call Hrs., him. U irom HUnh to b cmtltulloml dlm, conitltutloual treatment. am tbrrrforr rfjulrr-fEDWARD ALCORN, Hal!, ('atanb t ore mantifarturnl Ijr V. J. Agent of the heirs of John T. Land. liTT A CO.. Tnlr.i tlblo, la tb llj ,Onitll. tlimal rare va tbc raatk't It l taken latrrnalljr dr,' In ,tir from to a t."nful. It arta COMMISSIONER'S SALE. m the bW! and murmi. aurfarra of dlrertl the atttf m Tbry tier pw bndit-- d.tWara (alia to rure. bend tut circular, and In obedience to a judgment of the anj rate It tettlaiofilala Lincoln circuit court rendered nt May r J CHENCY & CO., Toledo. Obi Addrraa term 1915 in action of Gu McCor S'I1 t'T ImieeUta, T.V. mack's Hrs. vs Gus McConnnck's Take Uall'i Faull l'illi (or roDittratlca. 111 tr Wall Paper, Mattings, Druggets. Our Line Is Very Complete. the undersigned commissioner xvill on ROBINSON'S, STANFORD. President Wilson seems to have pleased the public as xvell as himself in me appointment oi .ur. mnsing 10 the portfolio of Secretnry of State. Hut then the president does the right thing so often that it is hardly noticed by the public xvhich just knoxvs he is going to do it. July 12. 1915 in front of the court house door in Stanford, Ky.. offer for at public outcry to the highest and best bidfi9 'J Here's What You Want rhe People's tise What Market Place AdverYou Have to Sell PENCE (Si acres of land der the unct of on the Hanging Fork, of xvhich Gus HILL. Stanford. G J. W. Xcxvman has xvithdraxvn from the race for the democratic nomination for governor. He had never gotten really xvell started and his retirement wrM cut very little figure in the race. He issues a rather sensible card, the salient points of xvhich appear in another column. LATESTWARNEWS Great Hritain, in a memorandum to the United States, recites efforts to minimize inconveniences to neutral commerce resulting from the and claims special treatment has been accorded Amercan cargoes. No attempt is made to ansxver the protest of the American Government, insisting on the right of neutrals to carry on legitimate commerce xvith each other anil totradein noncontraband xvith civilians in belig-erccountries. The First Western Ontario batalion was almost annihilated in the action near La Hassee, in Northern France. Out of between COO nnd 700 men the battalion lost in killed and wounded about COO, including twenty officers. With the fires set by the retreating s Rusianf still burning the are now firmly established in Lemberg and have shown no signs of ceasing in their offensive. The battle of the Dniester, south of the city, is still in progress. DINNER SET HOW TO OBTAIN A The French are slowly gaining at Through a large cash purchase of fine China Ware, direct from the pottery certain points on the xvestern front. It is reported that German troops are we are offering to our customers an unusual opportunity to supply them- returning xvest from Galicia, and that selves with this householld necessity. These sets are celebrated Limoges ?.fSTpaiKn " th 1M"mn CaSt Dinner Set, classy and strictly Ware, in a beautiful Herlin advices say the prospects are to give In appreciation of your patronage, we propose while they last for the forthcoming German patrons the benefit of this purchase. With every 25c cash sale, we Rood to the United States meeting Dur note will give a coupon. When you have secured twenty (20) of these cou- he American Government's wishes repons, return them to us with $2.98 and receive one of these sets usually garding the submarine warfare. It is intimated that Germany may consent retailing at $6.00 to $8.00. The beautiful design of these Dinner Sets, to nn examination before taking now on exhibition at our store must be seen to be appreciated. : : : Order-in-CouncAustro-Ger-man42-Pie- r- - FOR SALE Two fresh milk coxvs. from date of tale until paid, payable to commissioner, having the force and Mr. F. II. Harnett, Hustotiville, Ky. 17-cot. effect of n judgment and secured by lien on the land. E. D. Pennington, t. M. C. L. C. C. KENTUCKY" Red Herkshire Hoars, ready for scrxice, for sale. It. T. 45-t- f COMMISSIONER'S SALE Bruce, Stanford. 4t Gl-3- Hounded McCormack died on the north by land of P. W. Carter and J. II. Haughman, east by land of T. J. Hill nnd P. W. Carter, south by T. J. Hill's land, xvest by land of James McCormack. The land will be first offered in parcels of 30 nnd acres and then us a whole and the bid accepted which realizes the greater sum. The object of the sale is to satisfy the indebtedness of Gus McCormack amounting to $1,840 and interest and the costs of said suit. The sale xvill be made on a credit of six months. The purchaser will be required to give bond xvith gooil security, bearing six per cent interest POSTED. John Herzog. Posted Anton Tona. FRESH Higgins'. car load of lime at W. II. 51-l- t. 29-1- -2 Wedding Prearmta nt Mueller' Store, Stanford. TRY our new sickle grinder. W. II. t. Higgins. 51-l- TENNIS AND OUT-INSHOES For Men, Ladies and Children. W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard - tures. FOR SALE. Cherry Store Mrs. Gilcher, Danville. Fix50-3 Kentucky nt IS ' MS'. VI V M V vV 1 d? c fr& t :V fT a ? PUBLIC SALE OF WHISKY. STANFORD,' KY. Hy virtue of distraint warrant No. THE REXALL STORE 235 isjued from the office of John W. Hughes, collector of the 8th Internal Revenue district, of Kentucky, nnd against Mrs. Jennie M. Walker, executrix of W. P. Walker, I xvill on Monday, July S. 1915, at 1 P. M., on the distillery premises at Crab Orchard, Ky., bell to the highest bidder, for cash in hand two packages of whisky, serial numbers 4355 and 4350. produced June 1007. and upon which tho bonded period has expired, and xvincn is now stored in the distillery warehouse of Jennie M. Walker, executrix of W. P. Wulker, ifffaf V V'ViA.1 ALaRAlBf7aBBBBWfc? registered number 81. The right is lWynVyyWaVrr-7ssF! M The roofing that lasts as long as reserved to reject any and nil bids. 'the building and never needs repairs. H. H. SAUFLEY, I). C. t. They won't burn, crack, curl or rot Hrav Cartoon nicture Fri. Another y like xxood shingles, nor have they the .av BX.iyj?:ii-ys.u.Trjday night. . 3 S2ii-iji3- a great weight or brittleness of stone slate; to nice rides. Samp is n bachelor but besides they are Inexpensive and look better than cither. no need for him to remain so any longer. For Sate by F. F. Cummins, xvho recently re- PENNY'S DRUG STORE, InsteMdlotWoodSHioffesorSlaie Amelia Haflinger, Gdr, etc. Plaintiff NOTICE Your 1915 school tax is vs Notice of Sale. now due. L. R. Hughes, Treasurer, Defendants room 20, over Lincoln National Mary Haflinger, etc. In obedience to a judgment of the Bank. 4Ctf Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at its May term 1915, in above style action lamb came to my A the undersigned Commissioner xvill on place ewe and ewe Owner can gel last week. Monday, July 12, 1915. by paying for this notice and county court day at 1 :30 o'clock P. M. them keep. Bright Inn Fnrm. in front of the court house door in their Stanford, Ky offer for sale at public Ford FOR SALE. Second-hanoutcry to the highest and best bidder Max the folloxving land in Lincoln ounty, touriuir car nnd second-hanKy.. on the waters of Huck Cr?uK, the well runabout of the lf'15 model. general description or which is ' fol- used very little. M. S. Haughman. 47-t- f lows: Hounded on 'he nort'i by the Stanford. land.,, of Ruby Johnioi; on the east f'V , ,.nik a'lii torn- FOR SALE Cheap if taken at White Legthe xU ly the lauds of once, all of my pure-bre- d Pany; Joseph Wellar'i: and nn the south bv horn, Huff Orpingto, and mixed hens. the land of John Russer, Rhinehart Good lavers. Mrs. II. Rowan Saufley, 49-tHeck and John KocKer, nnd contain- 'Stanford, ing about "tJS acres. Said "."! is near Highland. SPAI.Pn lliiU for th Rurnlus milk The land xvill be offered for vi!' in of the Stanfonl Creamery from July two tracts, one of 100 acres, a, id the 1 to Dec. 30. 1915. xvill be received ether of 1C8 acres, and then ns a by the Secretnry, II. J. McRoberts. G0-vhole; and the best bid therefor ac not later than Juno 29. cepted. Purchaser to execute bond to underMgnetl Commissioner lue nn" A. S. PRICE DENTIST payable six months from date, xvith personal security, healing feix per Hour, C to 4 o'clocl cent, interest from date of sale, nnd lien retained on land to secure pay- - Office Over Shugar'a Drug Store E. D. PENN'INGTON, M. C.L. 49-3d d 1 f. 2 Boys, Get Your PALM BEACHSUITS From us and Save Money. Ask for a chance on the Sewing Machine. Free for all. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. "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. mer. C C. 51-- 3. COSTRIGHT MetsJ Shindies Wwmmwmf ezsi.-jv&itmvyi- r wi 51-3- WILL STONE, Stanford, Ky. . IS DOLLAR DAY A JOKE ? vl " Interest, small grain harvest at hand, PREACHERSVILLE Begging your corepondent'i per- - tobacco needing xvork and the many Mltftlon wc take the liberty of bend- - other odd jobs will keep the fanner on the Jump for some time. tag a few JtemB again. are pressed with their' Samp Cummins hag bought nn weeds growing like compound Itomobile and is treating his friends Tp-arfner- s nu-ju- k; i. ' turned from Florida has concluded to der the name of Lincoln's Choice; alend his days In Old Kentucky, is en- so two bay fillies foaled in the spring gaged in building a new home. "Uncle of 1913: one the foal of Ethel I)., and John" Anderson ns fie is familiarly by Kentucky Choice; tho other the. known to every man, woman and child foal or a l hester Chief mnre nnd by in our midst, is glad to be again in Kentucky Choice. our village, which with its adjacent Sale made to sati-fPlaintiffs territory Inside a three-mil- e radius is judgment for tho sum of $107.50, the "stamping ground" of that quite with six per cent interest from March old gentleman. He delights to mingle 20, 1914, until paid and? costs with old friends nnd can talk most herein. of days long gone; of Purchaser to execute bond to un Florida he has seen all tildes nnd tells dersigned Commissio-- .. xvith person the xvhole story, al security, bearing six per cent In T, W. Payne had a ktvere attack terest per annum from date of sale with his throat and had to go to Crab until paid. Said bond due and payable DO days from date of site. Lien re Orchard to see a phvticiun. 3ir. v. v. I ummms has moved into tained on property sold to tecure payhis large new store room and Is en- ment of said bond. E. D. PENNING. r. i rnw vi r T. r Jt larging his stock of good. I W1, U, VS, H V. Ut'U y I May term 1915, in above style action (he undersigned Commissioner will on Manufacturer nnd Dealers in Monday, July 12, 1915. tounty court day at 1 :30 o'elock P. M. in front of the court house door in Stunford, Ky.. offer for sale at public Origin,! Deaigna nd Prompt Service outcry to the highest nnd best bidder, Guaranteed Quality Connection! the following personal property and at all Granite and Marble Quarries. live stock, viz: one bay horse colt Office and Work on Cemetery Hill. foalded in 1913, with one white foot phone 164 Closed on Saturday! and white star in forehead nnd by KENTUCKY i Kentucky Choice nnd registered un- STANFORD Linroln Circuit Court rendered at its FOR SALE. Good driving horse, also saddles well; not afraid of auto and a ladies' horse in every particuJoe McDowell Plaintiff lar. Large enough to work to surry. vs. Notice of Sale Apply to A. S. Robertson, Danville. Tilford Messer, etc. Defendants. Ky. ;8-t- f In obedience to a judgment of the COMMISSIONER'S SALE W. H. HIGGINS, -- Stanford, Ky. HARRY JACOBS High Class Monuments. Rex Coal Black Star Black Crescent AH .. , 1 ffi&V r"Ai ' t 1 V'AO. INSURE Your Property in the hot, free Burners mK' ra..,ti V I laaafltr No soot, few ashes Old Connecticut Fire insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with SAL1N REX COAL YARDS H. L. PERKINS, Prop., Successor to E. B. Denham & SMITH, Agents Stanford, Kentucky BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J. " tH W ?; Jj -- . 15,3 w jfiT'J k f-- . J ' Hon. It. L. Itublilo U In LouIrvIIIc (llxnoaihe of hi" tolmcco. MiM Helen Dix, of luchmoiHi, l the picut of Mi Ilctl McCnnn I'crry. .Mr. Alfred I'wico n ntilo to nit up har host of frioniln WW lie clnil to Miss; Ilcile Denny, who has been vis iting in Shelby City, returned home ( ) s The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, June 25, 1915. 2L New Reduced Price On Famous Maxwell I I 1 I I VI TM 1 vx When Economy learn. THE FIRSTNATIONAL BANK Docs n GENERAL BANK- ING BUSINESS and so- licits your account. DIRECTORS: t toiiny. Mr. anil Airs. W. 11. Umlcrwooil, who have been ill nic both somewhat W. P. Kincnid is In Louisville week attending the Progressive Is ( Wi f Thf Glide Ian or black butter. this John C. Roliimon. S. T. ILrrU C. R. Cnlrrrmn , P. RIJ Wm. Deck C. Uauglim.n J. S. llocUrr M. D. Clmor J. C, Eubankt M. Pellut W. C. Gooch J. Capital $50,000 Surplu. $28,500 Mrs. M. A. Hcnzlcy, of Lancaster, the gumt of her son, J. L. Ilcarley nnd dnupliter, Mrs. Will Hays. .Misses Anne Davis .McKoiicrt nnn Vcrtm Itout attended the Chnutntinua nt Lancaster Thursday afternoon. .Mrs. J. j .inttcti anil (laughter, Miss 1oralne, of Lebanon, nrc here the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jones. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Tlnlnes and niece, Margaret Jnrvi. of Lebanon, hnve been the guests of W. P. Kinrnid nnd family. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Tnvlor and children are in Lancaster the guests of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. G. M Lyons and attending the Chautauqua. Mrs. Carl K. Rhodes and children, of Washington ( ity, will arrive tonight to spend a few weeks with her sister, Mrs. II. R, Snullcy and other relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Middlcton, of Kirhmond. nnd Mrs. R. M. Campbell. of Shelbyville, motored here from Richmond Sunday anil were the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Win. Severance. Gov. MrCreary has appointed .1. II. IIiiUKhinin, now of Iloyle, but former Iv of this county, a delciratc to repre- n Lea Tit Kentucky at the gue meeting at Atlantic City July r Anti-S-aloo- V isiJ Real Saving Shoo means times, nnd 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 modal, 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-pric- e, light-weight, WEARING The Florslteim shoes fewer retaining for n longer period the comfort of your old pair. Add n dollar or so to your shoe money nnd fcet renter returns from your investment five or six dollars will buy shoes thnt cannot be equaled for style, endurance and fit, at a lower price. One pair will convince you that the service, perfect fit, and lasting style of The rlorsheim Shoe is Economy ureal saving. Annie Vanarsdnle Craig. T. K. Tudor. A T llromley mmle n huMiic trip Frank Phillips, Charlie Pendleton nnd AND Personal and Social Miss Katheriue Heldcn attended the to llrodhe.ul Tmirsdiiy. Mix CI nra Newell, who I viitinir Chautauiua at Lam aster Thursday Jamc Williiun, of Somerset, war ut Kt. I'nul, order the I. .1. ent her. evening. in town Vriliu"liiy. Ilnrry Jacobs and family will lenve Mr. and Mrs. lutite S.llem enter-tinne- d II. Wenren wont to Winchester at dinner the other day in Sunday morning for Henderson to VTeclnwHlny on Ihimmovi. Wlllinm Thnmpooii, of Mt. Vernon, honor of Mr. Will Sweeney nnd lirido spend some two weeks with Mrs. Jacobs' relative. They will go in their and Miih (irnre Willi. r the itilent of I.. It. Iluirhc Mn. W. .1. Dunran. of M Kinney. nr and tnke the route by Mim (icrtrmle Illnrk, of Ilarliour-villMr. V. II. Hansford, of Somerset, West linden, Terre Haute and Kvnns-villi the uiiMt of Mr. C. Ilnjs PosHnd Mi M)rtle Duncan, of MeKiu ter. Mi ney, Mr. Mittir lliltb, of Niihle. l Cicerohnve been the jtueiU of Mr. Coleman Marion Grimes nmid Thomas Mrt. John G. Lynn Dirt Suddenly. Report of condition of entcitniiied number of Iteyiiold. the KUMt of MiM (tiilile llniiUlmvv, of Mr. nnd Mr. (ieortfe l.nv, who hud their friend" nt tennis on lact WednesMrs. JoIin G. Lynn died nt the home Turnersvllle. A number of intciest-in- g of her daughter, Mi. fi. T. Pence, Jr., The Slnte Bank and Trust Company, day afternoon. Mr. FtuweH Denton, of Gnrrnnl, ilmrKe of the Veranda Hotel for n doing business nt the fiwn of of Stan-- f game- - of tennis Derpent evenil tlay with hi daughter, while hne returned to their home nt lirious ice ercam nnd were played.serv- at 1 1 :'J."i Wednesday niirht after an i' count'- .)' I in oln ..ti to c 4 Kor cake were McKinney, Mrs. Joneph Coffey i. now illness which began late Monday af. t iky at the clo'e f be i Mr. W. S. Pith. ics op the ed. On lastThuisday she came to in charue of the hostelry. Mi"5 Mnry Hiiremi ient to l.uui-vlllMiss Lou ice Thomas, of Frankfort, tirnoon. rth day of Ju.i. J M. I). Karly and Mis Mary Mr. the Pence home to spend a few days Wednenlii) to viit her lirother, Resources Karly nrconipanied the doctor to Mon who is the guest of the Kmhry home ami was m her usual health. On MonKev. A. A. IliKxinx. ?G7,0 14.70 ticello, where they will visit friends. on Lancaster stiect, was enternined day at noon she complained that she Loans and Discounts and unMr. C. I!. Klv. of llniley'n Switch, Mrs. T. Overdrafts, secured Jones look them ns far a by Mrs. S. J. Kinbry. Jr., on Tuesday had a severe pain in her head and at . 957.22 it here vinitini; her mint, Mr. J. T. MeKinney in her Maxwell. secured and by Mrs. W. S. Kmhry no Thurs- supper time she became unconscious 2,i78.'J(i Hanks ltlimki'iilili iiml family. Teddy Itnickett. who is in the print day evening. Miss Thomas has been No hop was given out for her rom Due fromhand 5,1.19.52 Wnlter W. Snunilen was in London Ciush on shown much ntcntion during her visin Cincinnati is her physician's first visit nnd she Ranking house, furniture thl week. He found hia Aunt, Mm. V. ing Ijusiiiosmparent. His twohere has made mnnv friends. hi i sisters. it and T. Succnev. of the Queen Fire lever regained lonsiiouiness. L'rne-tni- c nun.... .,... .i... i.i.. (..... .....i 18,900.71 and fixtures Will .1. t.llllUll, l.lll.lV-- ill', lllllll III I'll. '"'"," ,M" "'"' F mn'T 1,rl,ckl,tt "."' I Insurance Co., represented poison caused her dentil. Deceas- Other assets not inculdcd unMn.ter William Shelby Coffey, of here by revviu. accomp.inie.i Jesse I). Wearen, was here Thursday ed, who wan the widow of John G. Frankfort, I the of his Kram!- - ft' der any of uliove heads .1,804.68 was ",','! ,. c Unry. who tnucht making preparations for the Kentuekv Lynn, hnd till jears old and for many parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Coffey. Mi'w Mrt" vears been a devout member of Mr. Itn...ll Ilroun rnturmul to' Fire Prevention Convention, which ?9S,585.09 Total i'lttoburir. I'a., liaptist chinch. Ijineter WediiemUy after spending the past year invisit her sister. writes will be held in Stanford on July 8th. the of the Into JohnShe was a daugh-is Liabilities. he M. Hail nnd days with Dr. anil Mri. K. J. that Ye will KuiTnii, Temi., Mrs. Some l!(l or more nsurnuce men will ter paid in, in n'vernl Will before be in attendance and stents will be tak- survived by three daughteis, Mrs. Captital stoek liter, at lirown. ca"h $00,000,110 en to decrease the number of fires by Fugcne Wood, Mrs. K. T. Pence, Jr., Surplus fund Miss Mnrtha Varnnn. who ha born returnniK to her home here. 1,100.00 Mr anil Mrs. Russell Dillion, of and Mrs. W. II. Fields. She also has Undivided Profits, less exmethods. the cuest of her uunt. Mr. Matiie Stanford. Mrs. Sam Ward, of I. Kingsthree ihildrcn who have passed into Kirby left today for her home in 2,788.54 penses and taxes paid ton. L. V. Dillion. of fottoiisliursr. W is Miss Knthenne Harris, of Stanford, the beyond. Mrs. Lynn was an excelAchevillc. N. C. the her Deposits subjest W. Saunders, of Stanford and Atwood Judge guest of K. grand parents, lent woman and w loved most by was Dillion. of Randolph, HI.. have been William llrvnn, of the I.. ,t W. Harris. Miss and Mrs. $3.1,053.90 to check those who knew her oest. She was a Demands certi'tes here Wednesday advertismi; the re- here this wt-eto sec Mrs. W. K. Marjorie llalloii returned on Sunday lover of home and seldom left 1,002.59 34,0.10. "iG duced of deposit rate to Mammoth Cave his Dillion, who has hewn quie ill. I.on- - to her home in Stanford after a visit its sacred portals except to go to Mrs. J. L. Frauds and Miss Mary rond will uive on Tuesday next, 2!th. l,on Sy'ntj,, Hills pnynuh! lu.uuu.uu church or visit some close friend. Miss returned .Mrs. vv. u. Mciiee ami .misj 1 nrm-- 1 Mn amI JIrR, Ut 0 Hn ,htf ()f N()r. Arnold.home Flla Rigney has being Truly a good mother has gone to her to her in Hustonville. me Dai., of Ml. ernon. who havelmn $98,585.09 Total ai, r ,, Mrs c j.. nn. by her cousin. Miss Knth--rin- e reward, which we verily bvlicve is a State of Kentucky, been the irue s of Mrs D. II. South- - tof ,lf ominitton. that State, are rich one. ltonr"' for n two weeks' visit. I .ittie Perkins returned nrd itnil .MIm Set. 'County of Lincoln Mr,, w, M nriKht, lJincaster Record (l)lt, of Mr, Funeral services were conducted nt We Dr. G. G. Perry and M. 0. Salin home Wednesday of tltH ,.lty Mrs n,llon 8 ,.,ui:li- chpme on Hustonville street !prcsi(ic,,t ml ci,iisluer of the above Mr. and Mrs. K. V. Carson of the Hubert t. tarnenter, ncent for the ,or of Ule first lnme( coupu.. They ,.0:30 this morning by Dr. M D..name(1 bank, do solemnly sxvear that ntertaincd Maxwell car. wil Bie a premium of ,roxe through in their automobile and West Knd, delightfully Rev. R. R. Noel, the above stateme in honor nf Mis Cliini .Vunnelley K;,j'-V- ' s true to the best J10 to the best lady driver of a ear.nd n siienilid trip, "ftcr which her remains were laid Thursday eveninir. Ices, cakes and of the Maxwell make. Stanford has n Mr nm, Ml!l. n jt. fonden and ton. ,,y t,:c fl,t' of h'r hlusbnnd, who pre- - of our knowledge and belief. other delicious things were served. G. G. Pcrrv, President number of ladies who are becominci.t, .. Cowden droe to McKinney her some eight years, in the Ruf- M. R. Salin, Cashier. handlers of the auto and the ,jy ftornoon where Mm. Cowden Miout one hundred weie present. cee Springs cemetery. falo The nallbear- - Subscribed nnd sworn to before me those nnir will likely be full of contestant. wnR t1P Kuest of Mrs. K. 1.. Tanner. Among Lewis were Arnold Ilradv. O p'-- were clo-- friPiids of her husband. Proctor. Arthur Coffey. Miss Kmma Noe, of Cincinnati Con- this the 23 rd day of June. 1915. My former friend of Mrs. Cowden. when Willis, F.lmer nderson. Francis Weather-for- They were: M. S. llaughman, J. X. Commisson expires 51arch 1, 1910. W. fcrwtory of Muic. will nrme Satur- - the Tanner family liod near Liberty, William Caroii and Claiborne Menefce. Sr T. D. Xewland. R. L. II. OllllLll. JUJC.II day to be the truest of Miss HerU Robert Cutidiff drove Ilr. Cowden's iUUIll.. UllCtk Uk- Porter, W. M. Fields and S. T. Harris. tcst: Walton, of Stanford. Geo. D. Florence and L. R. Jean Penny. Miss Noe is the possessor Kord cur. Casey County News, Hughes, directors. of n oice regarded by critics us tin; Dr. and Mrs. W. H. O'llannon W. A. Tnbble sol.! to W. S. HurWi NEWS Or THE CHURCHES. in Cincinnati. She was select- - tertnined at a six o'clock dinner Tues-e- d n yearlimr spotted pony for ?00. Mr. from 25 applicants as soloist with dnv eveniiiK in honor of her brother, There will be nn ice cream supper Services' at the Itaptist church Ilturch will send it to his nephew, a the Symphony Orchestra last season. Kobert Wurnor, who is isitinir them morning and evening at the son of Sam Joe Rurch, at Holigee, at the Christian chinch at Hubble SatD. Karly was the principal from San Francisco. A delightful five Dr. M. urday night. Everybody invited to hours'. (Ala., for a birthday present. Fmnker at the St John's Day celcbra- - roume dinner was enjoyed. Following come and have a good time. Kev. Smith, of the Lea bv the MtiMina of Monticcllo were those present: Misses l.ucile gue will conduct, the union sen ices tion Another Thurwlnv. The doctor was the pastor Cooper, Mnrv Moore Unney, laity at the Methodist church Sunday ev- - day night. Hray Cartoon picture Fri Expoits of Elaine tonight. of the Hantist church at that place l.ee Walton, Vf. K. Warner and wife, ening nt 7:30 o'clock. for several yenrs and it jrave him Dr. and Mrs. W. II. O'llannon, K. C. Presbyterian church, Junc'J": pleasure to comply with the renuct and Airs. Walton, Mr. O'llannon, of Sunday School at 9:110, Communion "I Don't Feei Good" If You by the lodge Greenville, Miss., Lester O'llannon serviies at 11 o'clock and C. K. meet made of him to sp-.That is what a lot of people tell uf.' arotroubled with heartburn, gases and he was a member of. and the guest of honor, Mr. Kobert ing at li:4S; Topic Sacred Song. Usually their bowels only need cleansing. a distressed feeling after eating tnke a Services at the Christian church nt Miss A In Alcorn, of Hustonville. is Warner, Mrs. H. K. Ilourne entertained her the regular hours Sunday. Sunday nn attraetive guest of Miss I.uln Mae Ilnice The Advocate is pleased to Sunday SohoM class Tuesday after-repo- it School nt 9:.10; Pnaching at 10M5 by will do the trick and make you feel fine. u League. before end after each meal nnd you will that Mr. George Stone is able 'noon, over thirty ladies being in o Kev Smith of the We know this positively. Take one teacher has No evenipir (service. obtuiu pro'nut relief. Sold only by us,25o be up, after a severe illness. Mi. (tendance. The tonight. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Dr. W. H. Urenglft, who for the past Margaret Davis has returned home organized her class with president, Penny' Drug Stor. Penny' Drug Store. nnd is being wnrmly welcomed by her secretary nnd treasurer and hope to ninp ycers has been pastor of the St. many friends. She has been teaching have a business meeting once a month Charles Avenue Haptist church in in the School for the Deaf at Knox- - Mrs. John D. Carrol, who is president New- Orleans, I.a., has accepted a cnW Ds,nville Advocate. viilc. jof the class at her home in Frankfort, to the Harrodsburg Haptist church. The Haptist church of Versailles. n present and made n speech ex- Edwanl Cooper nnd G. A. extended unanimous call to Itev. nrr vud from I.eiti hficlcl. HI.. Wed- - liiainiiig inc vvorhings oi uieir sinooi lis I). I'oc, ofa North Carolina, to ifore the business session liegan K. nesdnv about noon, making the trip its pastor, to fill the vacancy some ticnutitui numbers on ? I'm... "Sfv." Thev bail there were... -i the . -- 1.. .. by the resignation of the v and found theimc 1.iciroui, ami a oupui o f leeitn created Green, who resigned in Kev. no trouble what runVored, by Miss 0. O. April road, for (he most part. good. Thev V.0"3' to g to Mexico, Mo. were on the wav a full week, spend- -' Margaret Shanks, of Stanford. A deinu the time mingling pleasure witn jicious iuhih imwncu, Held for Malicious Shooting. ' buflnoss as the came along. It. F. Luster, who livi in the old Hale's Well property, was held over to circuit court in $.ri0. which he iriivo on the charge of malicious shooting. to 0. Mr. and Mrs. John Hnughmnn. Mi Phillips Phillips. high-grad- e bile value. Five-Passenger Touring Car, completely f. c, equipped, $625, o. b. factory-with- out self-starte- r, e. $55 less. The lowest priced, lowest upcar in the world. keep high-grad- e - Ask for free demonstration. l.. H. C. CARPENTER, Stanford, Ky. -- 1 ' trtt ' '"' T. D. NEWLAND Opposite the Court-House, g ., Wants to sell you an Ice Cream Freezer and Refrigerator. Also your Groceries. Phone us. No. 168. ,t ,, ""? Sun-expe- rt s d, Anti-Saloo- n I I ik J 35 sSSi DEffi,a Goodyear Fortified Tires Cost Users $5,000,000 Less Our last price reduction will save made February 1st Good) ear users about five million dollars this ear. And that was our third reduction in two tears, totaling 45 per cent. And we shall spend 3100,000 on research this year tra wear. to find more improvements still ut-t- Anti-Snloo- , be-co- 1 WHAT IS DOLLAR DAY They Are Yours These extras belong to you. . They mean less less blowouts, less loose treads. They mean more rubber, more fabric, more mileage, less trouble. Most tire users know that, so Good-tetires far outsell any other. Prove it yourself this sum- mcr. It will bring you tire contentment. Any 'dealer, if ou ask him, will supply you Good) ear tires. men arc now ndopting Goodrim-cut- s, ar ""'' Yet Note This Yet Goodyear Fortified Tires embody many extras. Five are costly features found in no oilier lire. The rest ore found in few. If vvc omitted those extras, we could save on this year's probable ouiput 51,035,000. We could add that to our profits, vet Goodyear tires would look as good as now. i Wonderful Blood Remedy That Works in the Tissues Very i4 Tht Litest Thtory About How and Why tho Blood is Disordtrod. S. S. S. Means Pure Illood Which In&urcs Lonj; Life and Health. And In reKcncrattng tlio tissue 8. 8. 8. The crrat riirrts In Cliemlntry nnd I'hj sloli py now dcclure vtliut h.va ul Iijh u rujihl and ihimUIvo onlMutal effect Ici.(t Inn cunlrnilisl I') the Kwllt Lib Wn, ull tluma Irrltutlni; Inllutnces tliut orutury thut Hie Kirnu of blooj oluiJ.nt iuuso rhcumatlmn. soro throat, wi.uk llnd luOK'iiint in the InUmtlcta of tlio tin ijcb, loan of wuliiht, thin ialu checks, and thut vtrarlnesH ut musilo and nerve that fuis. by ull vuflereri And licrcln Is Mlicre 8. fi. 8. socs to I Ktntrully worlc'rupuily, trfntlvily unit wltli wun w till pvUoncd Muud. tlirfully iintlccut'le results. Get n bottle of 8. 8. 8. nt any drug Tills fuinuuH MikuI purifier contains store, und In a fiw ilusa )uu will nut only ir.edlclnul cuniX'iicntn Juat u vital una ful bright, and enoriii'tlc, but )ou will bo Minllul to luultliy IiUkiU an tlio nutritive tlio picture of now life. If mi ntx cf wlicut, roast Uif, und (uts H preiured only In S. nnd llio nufura tl.at mako up our Cully tory 8. 8. 8nift 8peclllc Co., the labora 201 Htvlft uf the ration. Who maintain u very Ultltr. Atlunta. liu. As a matter if fact tlirro Is one ifTlclint JlnlkNil Drisirtmint, wlare all In 8. H. 8. which serves llio uitlve who tsive uuy bluoU dUurtlur cf a atub. luriofo of Btlmnjutlnt tuih cellular purt burn iiuturu muy write truly fur advice ef the ledy tu tl o litultli)' JmluUiun 8. B. 8. Is sold evcr)whiro by all drut; f ejection if pit own isxtntlul nutruuKht. Than hy It itgtnrruUs tlio Mwsl Mils sloim. ou liijl why It lun vutli a truuinJoui In llnwaro of all iittcmrU to l .tKiiuvlljIni; ejuat an i;ucd. ' li.nltt upon :cii.ce In vvtiroiulnir ucsivui raali, S. H. B. und ull fcklu utllUtluus. Attention Contractor!! The undersigned commtteo of th Lincoln Fiscnl Court, will leccivc hmIci! bids for the erection of n Machinery Warehouse and Work House, on the lot belonging to Lincoln eoun- y, on Depot street, us nor n ans and specifications now o.i lilo in the olllco of the County Attorney. All bidders re uxpecteu to lucl on the lulior of prisoners in jail, ut so much per hour lur eacn prisoner. I lie successtul uid- iiei win ue expected to execute bond with upproved security for the faithful performance of the contiact. Hids will be received up to (i p. m Julv 5. All bids must be sealed and mnrbed "Sealed Hid." W. M. FIELDS. J. L. MeK. RIFFE, W. S. 1IUKCII, Committee Expoits of Eluine tonight. THE GREAT June Sale IS STILL ON. We have new gods coming in every day and some of the greatest bargains we have ever offered. Come and get some while they last. This is the time to save money. Don't forget ::: the place. Come in ond get our pri-e- s This year's improvements alone will cost Goodyear &S AKRON. OHIO year tires faster litem. Wo haveneverseen an thing hl.u it. us $500,000 this j car. All to give you ex- - Fortified Tires Tlr.i-"- On Air" Cured With All. Wthrr Trr.dl or Smooth Goodyear Service Stations Tires in Stock Stanford. Anderson Bros. Crab Orchard, Bell & Dyehouse. Lunches and Cooling Drinks May Be Obtained When In Danville at The Bargain Store. Salem & Salem. i aJ SHOP PERFECT (Incoiporated) DANVILLE, . . KY. DOLLAR DAY IS NOT A JOKE. n-l- jtlua-jft- T - f J u The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, June 25, 191 5. " ' - II H ' PUBLIC Lieut.Gov. E. J. BENEFIT SALE McDermott, This Is the Greatest Sale In Central Kentucky's History Everything in Our Mammoth Building Reduced . . . . CJ Will Speak At W. 1 If The Kentucky Hub Danville, Ci ar The Season's Bargain Event P. M. Tuesday, June 29th, 1915, at the- - The largest stock the greatest variety and the most wonderful bargains this section has ever seen. Nothing is reserved. Our entire stock is included. COME AND SAVE MONEY SALE NOW GOING ON AT THE HUB fc i This is your best chance to save money on all kinds of ready-to-weclothing for men, women, and children, dry goods, dress goods, furnishing goods, shoes for all the family, carpets, mattings, linoleums, trunks, suit cases, traveling bags and our entire stock of fine millinery for a great deal less than cost. We quote below a few of the wonder' a i ''( $j $?$$ &? ful bargains. v v Court House In Stanford -In Behalf of His Candidacy for Governor gfrl l ii If.f a r'ttfc&r ' -- .""X. r- i .- - . " v..i. 1T- ' -- iv " "'.SalB - Af ii ! , '- .. . ii umiimm .Mfc ALL COME TO HEAR HIM. 9 HE IS A CANDIDATE SUBJECT TO THE ACTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY Mr. McDermott's speeches are being well attended thruout the State. He will show the people how important it is that they should select him as the nominee in August in order to be sure of victory in the next November election. n :.!& j5K;f 3 HEALTH AND HAP k. l'-- F ri ; ESS DAY Startling Reductions From Our Second Men's and Boy's Clothing Bargains Newest style genuine Palm Beach Suits for Men, now $9.50 $5.75 and $6.90 Suits that sold up to $25.00, now $7.50 Finest Men's and Young Men's all wool suits, Up to $20.00 Suits, now that sold up to $25 now $8.75, $11:50, $14.75 Women's and Misses' Spring Top Coats, now Dress Pants, tnat sold up to $5.00, now $3.98, $5.00, $6.50 and $8.50, Men's Sold up to $ 8.00 $1.85, $2.65 and $3.45 ' ( J 1 A Big Feature of Chautauqua Week Tbvo Great Lectures by DR. CHARLES E. BARKER Who was physical adviser to President Taft during his administration THIRD DAY OF Jii in Washington. PROGRAM Park City $t.'Jn Shirts 7 c 79c rj'oj $1.50 iilk hlripo per yard for waih tfoods Unrestricted .no:ce of any that old up to dies' suit in our stock la- C B. & American Lady newest style corsets. THE CHAUTAUOUA 18c Sinus Yard wide Sea Island unbleached domestic per yard 51-2- c $12.50 Up to $3.00 85c 100 dozen extra ijuality bleached sleeveless vests iW $4.00 87c Manhattan silk newest style wash s Shirts ' Bingham, 95c 43c 7c Morning Lecture on "Health and Happiness." Afternoon Lecture on "How to Live 100 Years with demonstrations of health giving physical exercises. $2.95 75c ilres.3 Shirts Hestfast color apron i per yard Up to 75c Kirls' wash dresses $2.85 and V. L. for mens' Walk-Ove- r Douglas up to $4.00 oxfords oxfords 5c Up to 12 45c . Men's r boys' nainsook, derby ribbed and porous knit union Suits v : madras and per yard. jjinn-ha- 43c All styles and makes of best $1.00 union Suits Extra quality yard wide bleached domestic, per yard - 7 l-- 2c Several hundred newest style Very finest Walk-Ove- r white wash skirts, in all the in the house popular materials at Chautauqua Week at Danville, June 30th to July 7th. Newman Withdraw from Race. Commissioner of Agriculture J. V. Newman on Wednesday withdraw from the nrimurv race for thu I)imn. eratie nomination for (Jovernor and Riive out a statement, setting forth his reasons. This leaves in the raoe Lieut. Gov. K. J. McDermott. of Louisville : State Auditor II. M. Hos- worth, of I:lv'tto rnnntv? A O Ktnti- nml II .. MnPtiu.. lol nf lli.mlnrkiin ..an. ... Vr oivilCS ,f ney, of rrankfoit. The main points of Mr. Newmun'a statement urn nu fnl. ivmkmmmmmmmmk 98c, $1.50, $1.98 $4.25 $2.50 Queen Quality, newest style and leathers, oxfords 6 3-- 4c 79c $2.00 . $1.00 muslin gowns men's ami boys' newest style straw Hats 69c Up to 50c ribbons, per yard Our entire stoi.. of millinery at $2.95 most unheard of .prices. Special tables of misses' liargain tables of ladies', misses and children's ready-to-weand childien's shoes and ox- trimmed foni at and untrimmed hats at 79c, 98c, $1.45 ar Too Hot For You? store, where soft drinks drink awaiting you PARKA Y. Step around the corner, or across the street, and find outjor yourself that the one best way to get cool is to, Just Say "PARKA Y." ........', are sold, there's a wonderfully cooling Over nt the nearest Iowm 95c Men's and boys' washable Ties 19c $1.50 25c, 50c, 95c Up to $5.00 that sold up to $.400 per pair. All white oxfords for worn en, misses and children "A nuvvass of different sections of thfi Shlti lmu iiinvlnp..il rrw t lit. t (In. .. niafinli. ivtlfi flt'fl nilllfiSi.il tn Kf itn-.iil- quality spreads ;re size bed tine tlimmed hats heavily reduced piuhiliitlon are for the 'wettest of the wets' and that those who are for Statu wide prohibition are for the 'dryest of IllM ilrlM llfilllil T romnfn 8c, 12c, 19c .Men's genuine 1'unama $1.98 Up to $7.50 . ' 95c Hats 75c, Good quality $1.00 suit cases $1.95 Finest Panama Hats, sold up to $8.00 bleached taliiu damask, per yard o oo trimmed and hats. pat-tor- n 69c $1.50 matting suit cases 43c Up to $10.00 trimmed and pat- - 95c teady-for-us- o and a 'wet' man win the nomination, and should the combined vote of the other 'dry' candidate and myself ox- ceeu nis vine, me ury voter would have ground for ciaim-n- p that the sue. cessful candidate titci not represent the majority of the voter in the the Democratic par:. It has always llOfin II ii Ht a mn Lancaster Bottling Works, Exclusive Distributor, Lancaster, Ky. Here There Everywhere. At fllmilltvlfitlf ill ni'iniil.i!.. jif II.. Full bed size tern hats $3.50 Kaiatol suit cases, reduced :o $4.75 Ilwt 50c sheets 39c for Men 7i)c for waist , $3.75 Our finest Fiak and pattern hats $1.98 Very finest $7.50 leather Underwear and Hoys that sold up to 39c Up to $1.60 : $1.50 43c $5.00 50c cascj suit 89c kI' ltfc pur yard for several kinds wash dresses Kaiser pure silk gloves, per pair of wash good (hat sold up to All $4.75 rugs, mattings, linoleums, etc., at big reductions. mocrncy for the minority to submit io me win oi me majority, with two extreme candidates and u free fight and a fair count, there can bu no ex- ti rtlti! Wri.'lil'lnt ltv bolt an inui wnioii u piuiiorm emnodving the iewo of the successful cundidate. A convention might not the will of a majority of the voters, but thu voters themselves can exnress their wishes on this issuo with on4y two candidates seriously In thu race. w founts Qp or Bottled mmmmmKmm Notice! Poultry Raisers CURES Cholera. Gaoes. Limberneck. Roud. Canker. KOSfM AH IJOODm NU OUNK, NO uiarrnoea and an Diseases or Poultry K at 4-11- -44 rf 91 MMKtwBnrLDkUwa.Kr..Hin iM - ara, a "I h... u- -J IJ.a1? .. fur J.OW.J I L r ' J. V. Morgan & Co., announced that arrangements had been made by u"1'w K vk.;'P Sn?- WfifniudlriwiiMlkarli .WtliHi it, Ui J"? J.Rwjw 4.H.44 them umiI thu Rothschilds, of Paris, fur thu flotation in this country of u new French loan of 50,000,000. I Nfg. ad CuarsnUcd by J. MAU Crumt, Birdstitwo, Ky. OLO HV Price SOc ,,ih,uiu. .,pj .. l Druyi. 1 fr. ,'' I i-M K PENNY'S DRUG STORE, STANFORD, KY. r my