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Farmeri Thin any utter Country Paper In (he Stat. l Established I860. 56th Year. No. 52 The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, June 29, 1915. TO SPEAK HERE LATER McChetney Thli Paper Stopi Whet Yor T li np Witch the Date Oa LaM Renew Your Subscripts. PrempMf. Tuesdays and Fridays TAKE A DELIGHTFUL VACATION AT EXPENSE LANCASTER HAPPENINGS What's Going On In and Around Gar rard'i Little Capital. ford for n visit to her nunt, Mr. J. W. Arcy. Mrs. A. I). Kirk, Kr. nnd duughler, Miss Anna Belle Kirk, of Winchester, Ohio, arc the guest of Mr, nnd Mrs. Miaa Delia Bice Hughoa is in Stan- Plant To Cover This of State Thoroughly being made to luiv-- a Sec-lio- n CRAB ORCHARD DOINGS JOHN DINWIDDlEi DEAD Heavy Downpour Curtailt Buttnett Newt Itemt of the Eatt End Metrop- Aged Citlten of Wett End Succumbs But Doesn't Hurt Politics. to Ravages of Age. olis Tenrly Told. LANCASTER COURT DAY rl v U' OF INTERIOR JOURNAL sec the beauties of the great panama exposition and the golden west, ok enjoy the pleasure of a fine ' ' trip to niagara talls, detroit and canada, Without cost to you. thirteen tine va. cation trips given away in the in- - terior journal's big travel tour and prize contest. CONTEST CLOSES ON JULY 17TH PUT rORTH YOUR REST ErrORTS ANO GATHER IN ALL POSSIBLE SUBSCRIPTIONS TOR YOU ARE WORKING TOR PRIZES THAT ARE WORTH YOUR VERY BEST EITORTS. Cnn you imagine more delightfal Mian (IIr.1 Myers vnentiun tr'H thnn those givun nwny Mow Prudence Terrell 2.18,375 Covington motoiod to for visit to iur. John K Stormes and Mr. Stormea. Mrs. A. II. Bnstin and daughter, Ms'as Mamie Bastip let tne past week for n visit to Mr. Clinton Bastln nnd wife in Detroit, Mich. Tho ns.mo of Jamon C. Hemphill, a former nnncarcd hi the list of 01 in number the recent graduntcs o fthc Louisville Mule High ii o-- A. I). Kirk. Mr. nnil Mrs: Arthur Hubbard, of School. Miss Annette .leanings, who hus been making it protracted stay with relatives for two months left Tliurs-dnfor her home n Tucumcnri, .- y New-Mexic- - Klliott. secretnry und Rev. L. "? addition to sneaking nt Stanford .i'evVndwithVhVVeuirmoTtVncer - ; at f ust v i iiiuii it it iiv iiitii vip: icsiictb In tnin. Coe Mosta-- , of Stanford, the Kentucky Christian is still I0,8i() trensurer ofConvention, esteem ii little Inter, Mr. McChosney is The work of rtpall-n- g the court- agent pro tern, nt th depot. Agent I. nnd will lie of nil who knew him well. Miasionnry preached nt McKlnnry, Ky. He misetl in the little town In the Interior Journal's big Travel to arrange dates to .speak at house is in irogress. The cupola has W. Is spending his vncation, Ir7,8n0 the Pleasant Clove church Sunday Mt. Vernon, Liberty Somerset, Tour mill I'riii' CoiiteatT Think of .Ml-- IJutli CoekinK been removed nnd the old town clock which by the way, is his first for a he had made his home so long nnd morning nnd evening. f '! 6(i,!tLT, friends wherever thev nre will learn tho plenture of attending the groat Miss Until Tanner nnd other points in this sec- is consniiMiniis fnr its nbsenre. Mnnv long time, looking She merchanta nnd business men of after his business with regret pAtiamu-Pnrifi- c KI.IlL'i'. International Exposi- .Miss Mury Lois Cmin nn eye wns turned to where the clock affairs. Mr. Moser has made n number man Is no thnt the fine old gentlei'a'Hit Lick, will huvc mi old fashioned tion. Crab Orchnrd, Ky. more. He tion of which you have bcuii readused to be and nil were impressed with f friends at Crab Orchnul nnd is uni-th- e better by having lived made the world Miss Julia Brown, J in it. Pity inKH.O'.'fi relebiattoii or picnic in the benutiful ing o much nbout. Twenty-thre- e MORELAND. dinvcnienco a town clock affords. crsally liked. woodlai.fi of Mr. .lurk Davis jut over deed that there are no more like 'him. 87,'JJfi daya of pleasure iiml wnrh day joti Miss Mnrv (Sninea L. II. Goodman, tho soft drink Miss Nora Pipes. .. Louisville, is the Mndisou he on July 5th. Mi-Kiln Itinsby, 2 n year or o Mr. Dinwiddie and For 11,87ft will fine! something nw to interest ufacturer, is building a large bottle- - family lived in Stanford nnd ran the Leslie bliorrow. n little boy living visiting her aunt, Mrs. M. Lee Pipes. Huttonville, Ky. Traffic Severely Arraigned, nnd nmuic vou. Not only will you nt Mt. Hubron, who met with such u &I1SI '" .y"CCO.'.S Ol me UTOU UrCliarU St. Avnnb Hnfot TTn nnmn In nnnfnf Miss Kdith Welbourne of .Middle-burlie hIiIb to view tltv wonders nnil Misa liobettn lilain Tl,n ...nn r,!..n nn S,.n,lv. oiron. M'J.IOO tllllCC Of business. Ilnkiilli n ..r.nt man,' n.nnln .tit.!n t.n is the guest of her cousins, Miss ing last was hald rt tus Methodist Banking litmuttra of the grcutost of nil world's Miss .Mnrgnret Allen 'JU.IIfiO uiinful accident when his face was hns ulreaily plnccd'his bottling ma- - time and made friends of them all. nidly burned by pnvvder is reported Minellc Eliznbeth Pruitt. . IM. l.. fnira but there are inany aide trip Misa Christine Uir is ''i:i,80 is doing very well since his misfor nu-I cnurcn. ine cnamr-jauji- i n " ' "K1 "f J ? kxnJ: op aml our entcrtninmctit. ' KiiiRt Mountain, Ky. ine lunerni win tic nciii at the amuiKi'il for by Rev. H. Clay Smith of the Mr. Walter Moor sjicnt last week drc-N "'' reidy Hustonville Christian church at 10 AutnmnhiU nnil carriage drives in Mi firuie Thompse-- i 111,227 tune. n League who made one of J'i, 'Vn V ..nfir I visiting his mint, Mrs. S. P. Shoop nt I ' Lancaster rekitives received an- Wuynesburg. o'clock tomorrow, Wednesday mornDenver, Lou Angeles nnil other citiiti Slaaford, Ky. rS 'n,'1,lnni1 strongest temperance spechas that ing, nfter which tthe remains will be wiiien you Mult, miming in an, one Mra. Walter Junes 217,425 noiinceiniMit enrds teling ofthe arrival in Stnnford In somo t0"f"rl',,af01u4,ut-- . Miss Ottie Shearer, of Monticello, hns been hundm-fliLnyij. consigned to their last resting place imnginn-bllittle son. Henry of the most delightful trip Misa Kn Hnnkm 251,1)70 of a Dr:"- Jt fDS?rM ,VCP nro"i of time. Mr. Smith handles! "Joha Bar- Livn the Hustonville cemetery. Muta Patience talmese 128,200 Jr., in Uie home of Professor nnd is viMtitrtr her grandfather, Mr. f,u,l9 If corn" without glov . ccmnring . 251,975 M.S. I.ovd ut their home in I.c.xinirtoii. ingston Cooper. Ami those trips to Ningnra Falls. Misa Lucy Miller Hartley JJ-- . wnt h.m the infnmous traflic in strong drink fp;,K,f"'of shc'J-vIeMiss Estill Vanueveer, of Harrods-bur155,825 The mother vus Miss Fnnnic I'razee .m,c" it over Mrt. Rice S. Eubank Dead. Detroit anil Cntinclii arc alwi veil Minh Ilysniu Clav Karris to a tree bearing bittor.. mid unwhole- - to n? youngRo. . ,.i is the charming guest of Miss . friend. Maurice Perkins. :. u .?... I.'17,025 of Maysville. daughter of Dr. und .u. his worth atriving for. Even a iit to Misa licttie Peek. IU1 Her friends heic learned with deep ly Oneita l 127,0ft0 Mrs J. M. I'rnree. liu well worth Misa I'minie Scott, Detroit alone uoulil .nk?S the,regret of the Lexington there wns a new order of "Woodmen i r he wants to go. Mrs. Kjce S death at who lived af Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Montgomery, of the World" whose axes were laid'?,1'1 The Boy Si outs, an unusually fine 12,050 the effort required to secure it. Misa Oan 1'nrmer. 3 Kubnnk. in Wayneiburg, Ky. oignmrntion of this community, now f Campbellsville, visited Mr. and Mrs. at the root of this tree, jnd who wre Wlxn the friend at home are swePerkl"? homc, Stanford several years nnd who was ll0,tey 00,125 numbering about 21, will leave about B. B. King last week. ltering in tho hot un. ju will he able Mim Corn SiiiKleton "' I. !.... uii destroying it. A large part of "?iL i "'SS? goou,h;a?"? ".Ki'1 V teacher in he Stanford. Graded iitilt Miss Knthcrine Bourne, of Lancas the address was given to describing lw,il,e, "ow," nis 2il,97ri luly ith for their annual outing trip teeiing rortnem ScIl0o, Sle hm, suffere(i a lon(r time to enjoy the root breezes of the mirth-or- Misa Sosbiu Muucie in ko. 15,050 to Camp Dr.icl Boone on Kentucky ter, is the attractive guest of Miss El- the maUo-u- p Can't ou imagine tliHt Miss Mary Wairiner " ui""IUN "? from cancer and was an invalid for ",, of this army destruction. .OftO river near Valley View. Scout Master la Rigncv near town. nice cool riile ncrns l.akc Ontario Mis. Mabel Wright. Il;l lh"i ennilIate for governor will severa years. when Prof. Eubank Tle oducationnl forces U the coun-- i' Mt. Salem, Ky. Klder F. M. Tinder will accomnanv Mrs. W. J. Tnmmo and little son. of try were found in the precinct. was sunerintandent of the school here to Toronto ami a visit to the (jiieen t. ,? vV ,Urehi,rd The .Misa Nannie McKinney savs that McChesnevM... 150,075 the boys und tlmre will be nbout 20 of Perrvville vuitcd her daughter, Mrs. City of Canada. Ami no pen cnn ..i. ..ii!.. tliii--i . .i.. our ...: :.J. i . ,.un. t..i. i. utunt :in uiiu v. .- lie i.uu.iiiiv iiaiiuii is .iiii.iiunK iiun i .o week. DISTRICT NO. 2 Niugnni I'nlU, the "Grout them. Albert Mocr lust spending more than five times ns t'11 ,.uU,ii.,m Re? S!1'scna'- - grades and made friends of both pu- v . ...... .... . Lancaster, Ky. Mis Lelia Belle Jones is spending of the Western continent anil John A. Frye. the bricht little five- "......j. ... "uni- plls anti patron" bv her excellent worK with her 254,075 Year-ol- d one of the wonilem of tho Worlil. De- Miaa rioremc D.iwea She was a 'on of .Mr. and Mrs. Harry several weeks Winchester. nunt, Mrs. 290,625 Irju, living near Hubble entertained Mary Good at troit tho city in which "life is worth .Misa Stella Cunely vho has held .Mt-- s Agnes ICusscll, living" cannot fail t pinnae you. Paint Lick, Ky. Hiss Kntnerme number of Ins vouiv friends nt n I; iia, U, Knnnn I'nTrw rulA Km'. 11.1 nu nil I'W . 111 IIIKI1 VLUUIll 1.UIM LI1V IlilV . I1C " wuju . . There, you will be Riven an automo- Miaa Louise Kit a G.550 birthday nurty. Refreshments were McCk.re und Mr. hurl Bell attended a T)u. It,a,ers in'th9 aKuiic ine . ner. mere was never a oetter .: klnRllom 0f ince.1 . ""."" r . Ilrodlif-nd- , Ky. nlnm nm neignnor anu we tninK we are sate ....... ..v... met bile tour of the citv anil a mit to gnthering and hout party of Miss Knthcrine Coffey tho hciuU of corporations, the presi - aiiniir IT HUT III. served to the jouthful the Hell Uln, the moat benutiful park Miaa Ada Ward HH.726 the little boy was made hnppy by at Danville last week. . adding a better wife and mother. in dents of railways were nil armed with . . .. i ri Miaa Ktta (able (liniurinn mar iinu in the worlil. Miss Minnie Guv Short, of Middle-bur- nscs. I he mcdic.il . .brotherhood. .hail. tlO.ino a number of valuable gift. P'ty that so goon a woman Jt 1S Jt "i" Danville, Ky. Miss Eva Shoop. of Wavncs-bur- condemned alcohol declaring that is the minds of the Crab Orchard people ghould " have had to wffer ns she has There are thirteen splendid vacn-tlwA happy fnmilv reunion was hel'l Mi si Hileth Nye 251,075 at the home of Mr and Mrs. Jack Miss Lucttn Arnold, of Eubank was neither food nor n Medicine. The if, )Uw ,wl" be t1ra,I' lrlM to he won in the big Travel rcIl?ri1 a,PoIlce but now that her trials are over and ' tJ3,57ft Ailimi on Richmond street. Those ns- - and Mien Grace Spoors of IIustoHvillc, political leaders v ho nre mca of clear iJU, i Tobt anil Prize Contest anil any one Miaa Joy Tajlor SWihiIhI ,su.ccccd. J"',KU Joe Ingce, her reit won, we hope nnd believe her 251,075 sembled were Mr. and Mrs. I'd. Kagle-ma- n ure the atti active guests of Mrs. John vision foresee th downfall of tha " Kr of those tonra will be a vacation long Misa hthel Bell iwoap- - reward is a rich ane. She is survived " JuikCtion Cilj, Ky. Sam .Magee, i,y her husband and son. Wnrren Eu- bent to he remembered. Ami the mid daughter, of Atlnntu, Mr. Mocr. ree and the chusch denounces t as T,,c".nt'1 fP'.thet 0(jtce 108,050 and Mrs. (). U. Torrill. Fleming, Mr man. who offers bank ,vho has grown into mnnhood Mr. Estill Thomas aad Miss .Myrtle the foe of God irml man. Mr. Smith brother of these vilrstion trip is t hut Muss Cettnuie lliclmrdaon Shelby City, Ky Umy are without cost to you. Huirhea uNo wese murrieil nt Danville5 closed hm nddrcss with a strong ap. it0 K.'.ve the Mlnry to the widovv if Kiv- - since he left this city. The interment Clurrlea Adams, of Lexington nnd Mr. Mias Kmily Murpkv 12(,850 and Mra. J B. Iiwson and little son. last Wcilncilny. Mr. Thomas is the ef- - I"jal to 1ms hoarers to realize that each a "" ' Contest Closes July 17th. place at Winchester. Liberty, Ky. substantial citizen rfv. citv The ,took Hihep .. ...i a Mh x Hut a slwit time remains to iluciile of Gnrrard. . e... I -. nil 0'"rK tor Nva 1.1 . I "'" ireaponnlbilit,; for allyinB v" ... ".""t,:,a,,.""..oa'u""'J .. inoriung 7S.525 unuo is ine popular aaugmcr 01 jonn t,in-eltheso splendid vacirtion Miaa Maggie Brown t winner of 1111 ine forces that make for .; ." Mr. W. S. Hopnor of the Gnrrnrd , . . 1. . Mra. Coy C. Fletcher Dead. . .11111 .1 ItUL'tH eimor.'u .iir. Aewi.inn. anin t'nn. tripe, fur the big content will clow Bank und Trift Company was called irutn, rigntecisitnxs anu real prospers- - lemen hava many friends in the fight, LATEST WAR NEWS. Mrs. Ossie Iramiltan Fletcher,-!wf-e .Mrs. T. J. Bell entertained nt a ... in .,Z i,v...i 11. ,iQ.:i,.i ;v. in Saturday, Julr 17th. IWsn't it to Wilmoro by the snd and nccidentnl !,cfore n succcs- -' f Coy C. Fletcher, of HighlandrtHied make you a lnt imnlcky to think that Russian Hmperor on the Wenth of his young brother, Rowland lunchonn Inst Sunday in horor of her Saloon Lcacue as an orcnnizntion to lh":n aKet, y3 With the at. hpr home Sntnrdnv of tuberculosis. most the em! it no near? Don't nu wih OnlicMti frwnt, n new Minister ot Hopper. The boy companion had son, Earl. A lunch bountiful ai d delict, serve rac peo,de by enabling them to "'- 1!,"" 1.1" gentlemen formed a lit. iiel ''0. Ttpsiilos lipr husbaml n littln was served. Those work systematically and effectively now that you hnd used do rue of those Wnr, (imi. Polivnnaff, in bnia:e of gone in bathing nnd a Ohio ous ciwv in the rives Hour pruscnt were: Mr. Walter Moer nnd tie crowd on the sttect Saturday nf- - girl baby only seven weeks old is left wustod hoar la tlie Mi to good ad- Knaaian military uffnira tho Stephen'-porfor the overthrow ot the liquer evil, when it is supposed ho teinoon. They vvore Squire John Ed- - to feel the want of a mother's tender vantage? Hut you can make up for (irnitd Dukt'a lines still n'ii-- ' therw wns sei7ed with Knthcrine MrClure, Rev. Krnest cinmr nnd drowned Mis. ani Miss Oneitn Shewmaker, mistsa, who will in about a month be ove. Deceased was a memfcer of the vou will nnlv get busv is a Ksnoial expectation thnt the i'onl lost time if before he could be rescued He is nt onee anil mnku a dcormiuid ef- Russian force will jet oppose Mroig vived by his srrcnts, three sisters snlr- Rev. Mont Gnrrart nnd Miss Agnes Congenial Crowd at C. 8. Springs. 90 years old and Armstead Hiatt and , Christian church an.-- was a gentle. and Russell, Mr. hmmons McClure, and ii. good woman. She and her lamily had A congwni.il crowd of fifty or more wr. ... ji. uoores, vvno are eacn fort to win the prize you must desire. resistance t tke two brother- It is rwilly surprising what cod wIioku sump aliug 0i6 MiutheaMorn Miss Fannie Myers Mr. Earl Bell nnd 'guots are sejsurniug at Ctab Orch-M- s They sue a pretty lively trio and ap- - ecentlv moved into this county from Jli1! B.itson Singleton, foimerk- of u can acconiliii when you part of Galicin still contimn. iird Springs and nre -- ajoyisig to the pear ns if they are good for many .forth Cnrolina. Funeral services were Virginia Dinwiddie. do make up our muni to that utfrit S far as isin be learned tne Teu- this citv, wns united in marriaue to at Mt. Moriah Sunday Mr. Claresice Saigleton and Miss i fullest the good thmgs the mnnaga- - years sojourn on terra firmn. The i ondu-te- d ( hnrles Unmbuek Snndifer, of doctor is nn There tonic allies me nat transferring any mid UKAI.LY do net bus. soldier i' norning. after which all that was prised tlieir mini) 'ment of the grand old lmivlth and Georgetown in Indianapolis nt the Myrtle White sui are till hundreiii u people in tin1 allioa are runt transfernag nny f lust Wedaedav evening by imer rehort is giving its putrons. V.'hile who did sure enough service in the nortal of the wife and mother was hom of her s.ster. Mrs. Walter Per- slipjnng over to DanviHIu and be'Migltlie number is nat as large as it has Civil Wnr. He was in 51 battles, to aid to rest in the burying ground at vicinity wlw hne not even beei up of their enstura forces to the subscript rom itnd v.i.m tint .... il.i, ill tin. nil tlifkll- - n.in kins. The young bride is a very hand- utnieil with the tie of matrimony by been nt this titn f the season for iy iiNiiiiiii. in uie many SKirmisnes. the church. for their ...... tiru M.f.iv, wM who would vlaillj help a c.nilii.ito if i and strength to the Galician ..I.. some girl and the third d.iughtar of P.... n,i.p!.i,n Mr Uuifrlntnu w fi tinvi. cuvnrnl iniira if ia 1frrr pnnciijpruir Throe af the battles lasted three duvs n wore only n.Ked. three nights and he fought all thev nnd to a further attempt to Mrs. Annie Singleton, who lived in ular And industrious young raHroaderlthe wwit,hor, wlaVh aaa. been mot Mr. Baughman Selling Can. I..I-- . ... rr .... rl Warsaw, the Polish capital. laincaster until the nat three iears. vvhrlu his mate U n charmaig voqug fsivornble to summer reorts. For Ju-- . through them. Ho was wounded five at vl? Ulirr vloiri July is now strikeHermans yesterday captureil IJal- - The groom is u grandson of the late M. S. Baughman has medo the fol- The lliu1. Vote (UTor which I he - v and August a great mnnv rooms nre .times and hud three horse from lndv nnd is loved bv all. Thev are re... In nM... .t.t ! i OI NVhidas Snndifer. nt one tnne n iesi- - reiving many congratulations irs " l!east,'er in r iiiuinuu iiikiu rj;i . in iiinriu. lorve cnes iit-crowd under han. He loves to tell about ha, . 1,ow,nc " e,s from engaged and a Julv lit nt 0 o'clock Contestnnt Ill Prjirif li Mifiialrv nf Wnr rtiiirlk dent irf this place. , proper-- 1 is expected. Tltcs fare is fine, a good wnr expetiences but delights most to " SL. their friends for a long and a w v l aia tfci iihi'v a hhu'uld not full to take full nlvnntut; that Italy has broken off diplomatic vi vi orchestra under the leadership of udd "and I never was a prisoner." He Dickcison of Lancaster, a "10" modous life. of tins mammoth ote iniliuemeut im lelaUons with Tin key and that Italy Moser and Miss rnnnieiMI-- . Vvndrews, hns been secured, the enlisted in Joe Shelby's . Iron Brigade ' el touring car of the Overland mako; Mr. Walter Wedding Bell, in the Wett. I . .i on yoiipetTortii thia week may depend will send troops to the Dardanelles. Myers delightfully entoitnined at the floor i3 excalUnt far dancing, the lake LllZ fS J Logan Hubble an Overland rvina- lirtn,?,.. ' (From Wichita, Kan., Beacon.) your auvciM on Jul 17th. Contest-an- t But olhcml conllrmntioii of this from the home of Mrs. A. 1). BisJiop hist Friday lis peifect for boating and the pool bout; to Jones Baughman. Overland ahould not hold back sulncrip- - Mrtrnit lu lmtim. Pilrttiur iiilr.iiirps A vveilsling thnt will come us a sur evening. Delighfeil efreshmcsits were i 'for lmtlang; these and the iady "Hi" modal touring car: to Thomas tions with the cxpcitntiwi of .'('ttlBt: into Au.t nan tt'iritorv bave been prise to tho Wichita ficnnluwill be sol- - served. Those piemen, were: Misses lawm, with bwings here and there ami Arthur Eubank Called Hence. J. Bell, alf-- of the West End, n n uivrer olu tor we KiMimnive iiihi made rusth of Kimi. eiiHiired Wodnesdnv nt fi o'clock Mincrle Pruitt, Elith Welbourne, CTa- - the many other inducement, make Overfnnd. lh- - some means or other the Internnd to Harry no bettor 4Ter writ k made at nny fuat tho now MuehbJiuig Hotel at ra XunnelUy, Florence Ro- - lOrtib OiclinrJ Siirawrs nn ideal place ior Journal failed to chronicle Hie ""niter an Overland "10" model toay,-ture time lunni the iauti.it Knnsifs tJtv when Miss Leila DeUinov V.....n llrhliliji, ..... .. i. mi cttn(r . tlint noaijn. flnplr Qnuln Gov. McDermuU Speaking; Here Tllt.ln .. ,.V, death of Arthur Eubauks, which oc- ii.g car. .....III, .)U .. IV'l.lin ...'...i.. nnil il .. ..uv .. .. .., . .... ... - . . " ont by mail tmII be nccopt-oi- l nnd Dr. ChnrK-- M. llose will be mur The As anJ vttoa iwued under this otfer Lieut.-(io- .this papwr is being punted, rieil. Mif. De Kmey loft Suniluy for Tucker, Lula H. P.ottt, Mabel McClure, there from many stntes.guests register curred some ten days ago. The manK. J. nnms at T Mr. Janes Buys a Buick. if th ene)ope ciMitaiiicinjf same U dressing a numberMcJ)trimott is ad- Knurls City without tellinir even her licttie Whttc, Siisin tiliun, .Martha now- coistavs States nnd other trow a agement daeplv regrets the sia of States mission. Mr. of democruth in Oneitn Shewmaker, Ollie'haJf dozen poatmnrked not later Ui.rn ! o'clock, n stock T. W. Jones, the eloest friemrs heio the teal import of Tucker, Eva Morrirnan, Etta Myers, 'will be represented tsetoie the vieeK is old and was aEubanks was .18 years the court hintse in behulf of his Shearer. finejoung man. He Thiirrlav lin-b-t. .Iul W. for the democrntie nnminntiiui her visit. Doctor Rose will leave this Bettie Nichalson, Bertha Bray, Lottie over. Mr. and Mrs. Al H. Severance died nt the home of Slr. Matt Myers, i bought through the Agent W. W. If tliero i nny error in the count of evening to join her. This will be the governor. The governor is a ("leva Rout, and soa, Heath Sevcianca, ef this lit which he had lived for some years. .,., Metriamn. Ethel Baker, nnv contiMtnnt'rt oto up to tlie pre, for 7 forty-H- e u handsome Model in the ointor mid his splendid effort tir-.- l wedding Hotel, handsome new Gay Shott. Pearl Bray. Ella Rigncy city, aie helping make the crowd have ent date, it miift be c.illed to the the parlors of Kntherine Bourne, Ague. Russell nnd a good time, while the social hot ess. Uy, vvas greatly beloved by that fam-- 1 horse power Buick touring car for is beins listened to with rapt utten-tio- n MuehMi.ich bethe members of which looked up-- 1 ,rrs. joncs who is becoming an expert of the content malinger which make nn iden.1 place for such an by nifmber of fore next Thin dny nlttht. OUierwiie A rain quite n fell at the democrats. event. Miss De Laney is one of the Nannie Weddle, Messrs. John Buck, (Mrs. Mary C. Wells, of Richmond, is on him as a brother, r or some time Mvcr. The big machine was deliver-th- o which appointed Jamcvi Hall. John Hicks, Horace Riffe seeing thnt nothing is left undone for today must published deceased had suffered from a ser- the stniiiliiiu" hour cut tailed the crowd considerably. tiest known of the younger business Roger Hicks. lulmn Riffe, Thomas the delectation of all who come. Then lous stomach trouble nnd h s death )ed last week and Mrs. Jones is giving bo taken as collect of Wichita. She is a member Rout. John King, Emmons McClure, thete are Capt. and Mrs. Willis, who wns 'her many friends a good time with it. next This tuner will contain an account women millinery Unr Vote Odor closes not a surprise The firm of Hnmbric, De I. 15. Nicholson, James Merriman, do so much for the pleasure of nil his condition. Mr. to those who knew i Gov. Mi Dor- - of the Thursday nit;ht, duly 1st at DoMock of his speech Eubanks liiiey nnd Howerton. nnd it account Charles Singleton. Willie Lee Pruitt, who come to old Crab Orchaid. The er man of good moiuls andwas a aclev For an Impaired Appetite mini pain ins onice mi CMeiioeu c.iii ed July 17th. and the contest ilo'-vwas de. one of the finest business wome Mnrthal nnd Keith Ellis, Ott Myers, attractions nnd the entertainers make To improve tho appetite and strengUntil further notice, contestants this morning which win heartily en vout member of the Christian church. in the state. She is a striking girl of Ed Nunnelley, joyed. then the digestion try a few doses of there, pass as Ben Pruitt, Harvey will be nllowed to poll n Millieicnt tho blonde tvpe mid always has had lopkius, Ernest Ford. EnrJ Bell, Chas. time it a quickly place to as veil the The burial occurred in tho Mt. Moriah Chamberlain's Tablets. Mr. J. li. spend make model burving grounds after sei vices by Dr. number of votes to plaie their staiid-ini- r ecores of admirers. She came to Wich Dunn nnd William King. Seitz, of Detroit. Mich., says: "They heatesl term. Get Rid of Your Rheumntlim. lO.dntl votes in ndv.uuu of the D. M. Walker. ita 11 few- - veins ago from Kentucky. issjo. jwider of the jueie-tSln- K restored my appetite when impaired, Xow is the time to get rid of your An inteicstinjj feature ofthe romance relieved me of a bloated feeling and A Lesson On Pronounciation, The schedule of otes kimh below rheumntism. You can do it if you is the fact that the counle were born of McKinney W. C. T, U. Declared Usual Dividends Resolutions !.m ed o nlnnennt nnil lmtifnnf t1I1 be ill fence until Thursda.' niKht, We Would greatly appreciate it if V ItlllllllVlllllll f On the Death of Oliver Smith (II and lived for years in ndinining coun UtllllllVIIll U'l'IJ The First National Bank declared ,mo. ,,,,, 0f the bowels." For sale July 1st, at II o'clock. I.orkhnrd, Homer City, N. Y., wiites, ties in Kentucky, Miss De Uiney in our fiiends nnd acquaintances would Realizing that the death of Oliver its usual dividend of three per cent, nt by all dealers. ... II l i o. i.iK.ai.. I Llllrn.nil f.rt... vli The Big Vote Offer. Somerset nnd Dr. Rose in Hustonville, pionounce our name correctly. We Smith gloom over the a meeting of the directors Saturday, has cast a The schedule of otea irKttn below tlsm with terrible nnins in mv arms without ever knowing each other. Dr. uannot understand why our friends, entire community, the Woman's Chris- Tho Lincoln County National Bank Can Furnish Ice Cream. will be In fone between the date of nnd shoulders. I got a bottle of i;oe, after lenvincr Kentucky. I veil especially those who consider them- tian Temperance Union passed tho declared nt the same time its usual a I can fill your orders for Ice cream June :JlM nnd Thurxd.iy ninht, July Chamberlain's Liniment and the Iir3t in Ponc.i City. Okla., for some- time, selves educated, shwuld make such In following icsolutions nt its regulnr dividend of five per cent. The Mate By uing coming to vviciMtn just rew- venrs mistake in piononncing meeting last Thuisdny uftornoon. In Bank it Trust Co., holds it meeting on Sunday morning, if you will give 1st nt U oMoik. Xo better vote offer application relieved mo atihwer to so many Aill bo made nt any future time dur- - one bottle of it I was entirely cured." ngo. He is ono of the most piominent fait we have torome times we almost ur much ns tho dentil f Mr. Smitli is for that purpose about Sept. 1st. The it to me by 12 o'clock Saturday. dentists in the citv having built up diffeient names one of tho most tragic in history of Stanford banks nre in good condition, Please don't let your bottle accum-uhatlin; th contest b ilo not noiu iuuk i in s.iic uy nil few-o- f nn oxtumdvu practice in tho last two foiget whoai we ure. Ileie are u subscriptions with the expectation of but return them promptly. Jj our town, be is received that we, tho notwithstanding the cry of hir.-- times, them- - "Macby, Murjfee, Mnccabce, members of the Woman's Christian and basides declining tho you do 49-t- f hiKKer vote for if usual divi- i B. Camenisch, tho Dairyman. Sam Magee Appointed Police Judge. venrs. Ho is the son of Mis. B la S Mugby, .Magstiy, .viacue'- - or nnytning disappointed. you will be greatly Rose. Dr. Rose nnd bride will spend Temperance Union do extend to his dends, have can it'll snug amounts to Gov. McCrunry on yesterday ap two or tluee weeks visiting relatives of a similur souni(. The name is spell-e- d barunvesl wifo nnd chndren und fa surplus fund or undivided profits. NEWS OF THE CHURCHES. New Subset Iptiont accent on the Bee. We 127,800 votes pointed Sum Mngee. brother of Joe in Plnttsbtiig, Mo., and will jO yenrsi and niotkar, Iris sister und bro Prujar meeting at the Presbyterian Mnirce. who died nt Crab Orchaid last some time nt KxceWor Springsspend hould be very gad indued rf people ther our stncvro sympnthy. K7.200 v.tes P. M. Wanted at Paint Lick. . ! nnd 8 years-- .. church for the next few weeks will it corect-lv- . ther, it fuither resolved that since his 511,100 votm week, police judgeti. of that town to Kansas City before returning home. would spcfl and Be fi yeiira. v Civil service examination will lm be in charge of officeis. II aiiinii.iif l.im .tin. .. i. iiiiflfikl.-iniReb)t.--M- r. and Mrs. J. G. Mc- - death was euused by the evil of whis- held MII1H.IHIWH . 10.R80 votes jiuiuvu ill.... will reside in Itiver-id- e. I They at Paint Lick und Wallingford on I turn aj-cura- t Bee. :4.20O v.ten Jlr. Mngee is to widowover the feos of ky we do now pledge ourselves that July 'I t to select postmasters for these Mrs. John Poyntz, a prominent ww of his brother, the olliie to the uii.-. we will put iorin u greater cuori two towns."" ' man of Muysville, is dcud. VCarS il.oi'U Boyd County Goes Wet. Indigestion and Constipation. 1 than ove- - befoie to nut down tho v 10,'JOO otes who hail been police judge for ems, yt.r Old Subscriplions. Tho temperance cruse was given "About fivt years ago I began ink- - liquor traffic in our own community, Concert July Sth. a considerable Jar vesterdnv v hen ing Chamberlain g otes 10,800 ... Tablets after 10 venri C und elsewhere und that we plead with A delightful concet" will tie given Uojd county went wet by it nriioritv 34,000 votes . . 8 varn fiom indigestion and constipa- tho citizens of our town to THE INTERIOR JOURNAL'S votes Thursday evening, Julv Sth, by Mi of UI'J. A tartillc figlrt had beei'i tion for j oars without finding any- with us to that end. liO.r.OU . i 5 cuni This Balls ir,200 votes lieitu Jean fenny iimi ner cu.irmmg waged for tko puwt mouth nnd the thing to relieve me. ClumliM Iain's t veurs Be it further resolved tluft wo do' guest, Miss Kmmu Koe, of llopkina-vil- l, election wns nn inlen-ul- y hot one. 3 Must Bo TRAVEL TOUR AND PRIZE CONTEST Tablets helped mo nt onco und by nil in our power to comfort tho sor-- 1 l, usslstud by Stanford Lileiit, Tk--e There are mino fifty saloons in 7,000 votes a ties of wus the largest town in tho county, using tliein for several weeks I Mrs rowing loved comnwnd the dead aman, Voted onj voU,!l will be given tin tieuetit . 1 . Jcar lovtliem to and that wo of our library. By order Woman's nnd CutlcttsbiMg, tho county sent. cured of the complaint." writes B.for Father wbo willing to i ing heuveily achUig heart isUnit comes It The Intter town is an tho West Vir- Mary E. MeMullen, Phelps, o Club. STAND TODAY soothe every o HOW THEY ginia line, and is only n few miles For salu by all dealers. JulyU o l tno sraniiHijc oi to Him. FollowUi: o from (ronton, Ohio, whUh is wet. Notice. Be it further resolved that wo send o of tho conteatnnts up to Tuo. o Makes Good lea Crwrni. H AH runp ilir ut-- inning ttivia ' Pin o 21Uh, 1015. 414 naiGrnti n iiw (i sj luitit fruit of tliese resolutions to he o duy, Juno Only One Entbroly Satisfactory dairy man. J a copy uml also a copy to the Interior Ssnnfqrd's together or pluce m en- - o mail delivered liy Citv Carrier must family votoa DISTRICT Na "I have triad various colic and di B. Cnmenihih, is servHig his iwtion Joumel for publiecitiun. KesptfuUy FOR tins wecu or no. velonea before depositing in o nave mixes pui up huvincr A und bet tec suBinkted.The McKinney W. C, T. U. thm will urrlioea lemedies, but the only one with the finest, bullot box. Vote may be o livon to tboso not tho Hi liiscontiMUed. 1ms given mo enure biitisfnction cruuin to be cHulneil Hiwwhcre "I'ant Muster" thut Address clipped frm the pnjier of they a be und cured me when I wus uflllcted is hirices are most reason line nnu n Are nivcn free on both old und o To Retidenoa Teleuhane Uaers. service exiiaoruinan'7 kuuii. ' Ak for o Tivis oftkc had a pleasant cull tills Chnmberlniu'u Colic, Cholera and Di- a freezerisof It. new subscrlntions. This Coupon, whan neatly cut out and brought or mailed . On ucceunt o the high prieo at I recommend it t from Mrs. the Contest Department of the Interior Journal wilt count (or p vte when paying your sub o tifternoon Edsetl, undClarence Toom) arrhoea Remedy. tlmos," writes S. N. und having to move wire uml ontti-rioMvitle my f i lend j ut all o Hcriptions. person wboie name I written thereon. Picaltc i, " a port all back o;. the ruud, tho or McKinney. Mrs. Galloway, Stewurt, S. C. For Mile by o .Montgomery, teJephcxiee waH bo advanced Milium-. On Jiy :ird thsv-- i w '1 V' ToombH told us that, her Imsbund had All Dealers.. Contestant should ch'p and save the coupon and yal tl ooo per inauth. Hustonville. . ;. at Golden Dcwa P?n rented his ice cream factory ut Mcfriends to do likewise. (Not giod after the data abova mention!? Moreiand, Ky. by J. 0. Curpontei-' .'a .htio C.. i D. E, Cooicr drove Hi avtrxnobile afternoon u.id vi')C ' iiisH Lyia'a Weddle ... .... , 10,025 Kinney to Thca, Durham wM ArBl.'Jt. per fcoiveJ. Good nxi-i- c -- J 104 mi I en in ;m ikiur ut Ciiicago. 2rft,7Ul thur Urttwu. y Mltw Atinu S. Reynolds.. T Mon-ticeJIo . W. K. Perkins is beautifying his II. I Rain grcntly Interfcrred with busl. fi.r ncss ut Liuuiister court vcstrdav. A handsome home with a long concrote gov- - """ "owd was in town but those walk. the democratic nomination for Most of tho wheat In this crnor, speak nt Stanford during thoPrMcnl "ere uinblo to do business on of lhc downpour. Only n few has been harvested and the yield in Intter patt of July. Due advertise-'ncu'- 't ment will bo mndo of the dntc he will cattle were on the market nnd they mosi enscs is goon, aome threshing Is be here. Tremendous crowds nrc hour- - were picked up In u jiffy. J, Weil, the being done. Corn la fine. nyctto county buyer, bought a hunch ng this man wherever he nppcara nnd The death of Judge Joe Magee 2 to 30 yearlings by the hen tho urgument that ha makes for his caused universal sorrow here, where nomination in the primary August 7, tliich conservative stockmen say cot cvervbody liked the man. is unnnswernlilc. A prominent demo- - him cloe to cigkt cents. Some butcher Prisfountl sympathy is felt for Uie county where McChes-ne- v siuu nrougni n little nver x cents. tridovv and little ones who survive. crat of Iaiurel sitoko earlv in the week', says that Very little trading was done in L. L. Sanders' sale was hnrdly what he will poll a much Inrger majority horses nnd mules, the few n ' lcrs he expected it would be, but he dis-over Stnnley In thnt county thnn didlputting too great n valuation ' n tneir posed of a lot of goods notvvithstnnd-!counl- y llcckhiitn. Large audiences greeted stock, according to the -- pin. on of the in. lie says scarcity 'of money pre- McChesney nt Bnrbourville, Corbin, buvers. 'vented him from ruli7ing wrmt he Williamsburg, Midlllcsboro and Pine- There was not u cswdfdnte for Stnte .had honed out of the sile rille last week, and thnt country is re- - offimi present but all of the district J. Carttor linys s a be ever in Crnb nortod ns almost solid for him. At candidates were on hand and they did Orchard He is "K.v.U.P. tf ik .0 Saturday he spoke to a lots of Richmond There was lots lots his n J'"J, crowd, nnil hiindrwds came of tulk nbout the candidates for gov- - nnd is pnying n good price. Crab rnn mammoth Or. to him nftcrwnrd and declared that ernor nniT other offices and thn im. chnrd has no bcttci nor more they will take off their conta and go pression prevails thnt the race in Gar slvc citircn than Mr. Hays, nrni'res.who .. . nlto work to enrrv Atndison cnuntv fnr rnr, I, Lhi.nn M.rhrtnf nn, Sinn. I ..i- - . .L Plans nrc v mm.., ..,.,,, it,. ti, ....n.lt.intn hnnd-shakin- oldest and best citizens of the West Knd, breathed his last. He is ur- vived by his wife, and thn folio wins children: Mesdnmei E. P. Cnrncn. ter. of Morcland. nnd G. K. Mattino ly, of Louisville, Miss Minnie Dinwiddie, of Louisville, John B., and George A. Dinwiddle, of Mor eland nnd William Dinwiddle, of Junction City. Decejiscd wns 80 years old on the 23rd. THc had lived In Lincoln most nil of his life, the greiit-wnren mc nni' l'Pen Pw't c'r 1art '" "U,t0nvillc. J,r- O'nwiddie hnd hern in fcublo "" "ul "'"" '"' .""'"" "'" he been """ " few ccka ago hii pdfeil lo take his bc.1. Innrmatica nttendat to H'd I - caused bis de misc. He wns n snlendid citizen nnd since his youth hnd been nn active .mcmlicr Of the Christian church. com-nin1; p- At the home of his son, John B, Dinwiddle, nt Mnrelnnd nt 11:30 last night, Mr. John Dinwiddie, ono of tho Ih K-'- R-- man-Liqu- g, 1 ... w-- Anti-Snlob- SF.J J c. ." n-- g, R-- Show-make- I U-- m.,0,,1.! n ' fore-fron- t0 l" -- r" g. n g. ',",; ",YJ '. l'Tv'-"'.'',c'- ii. "-- " ... .... .... Irt .. 1 ...,... -- ri I t Austro-fiermnn- sum-fnan- ....., ww-te- rn a-- ... enm-txrir- I W T , i -- I record-breakin- g " ""?' "? a a nd No-rth- , s r,t, V f- well-know- ciin-ilitU- id . i r I 1 1 nf 111 "Mc-Bee.- " 11 V c, d I Mc-Bt- e ,, o a suf-fetin- ooooooooooooooooooo rr Af.li-latu- .. Good for 25 Votes ru-hc- a oooooooooooooc tlt. ini u&.. iww - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, June 29, 191 5. Honor Roll Bank. j.i, The Interior Journal WALTON K 0 A ( Dr. Harkcr I to lrhicc In DnnvlHe on "How to Live n Ifitnlrcd Yrnri." He should spvtui his efforts on n peoft RAt'FlfKY, K!WtiJim.l.Miic, ple who live In n community vlite . . W.AnVASnVioero Is samaHring t lire far Sfci- HAK KMrttSUj j . OUR AIMS. The constant aims of the officers and 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 beam-ployes IMrrtti thit,iwtJilJ(?& 'ford, for IiiKtwtice 'i 114 waolfrt SpenWnff fiitV.rlnt,cinfU?io, fif t McKeniWre. JH ( iwimt rouriCAt, xxxoiurruHMijr; Tlif tnlrrinr .Vmrnnl lMsHi)rrl Itm tii D.tn.MKlle wrf A ;Vr fir. tor Vomiwtntmkh V V .1 cms l l!Alt iit ITX, pii' MifT M of Auk ff. ,ni, 'r. There will be sneaking nt MnKon- "Rnpt-tfci- y Jwircli at Hubble lie to m drex yj night, July Cth, at 7:3, in the lUis iitcreu or Air. .Mctiiesney nun-- ' paign for governor. Kvorybody There will be nn ice cream supper nt Ijognn's Creek church on Somerset rtkc Saturday night, July 3rd. F.Tcry- body itwited. A. L. Gumming., wnntcd at Corbin nnd Lebanon, for givirlg "cold" checks, was arrested in I.omsTille. u, I MEN'S HATS. Hot or cold, wot or dry, morning, afternoon or night- - men wear every occasion from the straw Jimmie to nn hats. We have them evening opera. Mexican work hats, with ventilated crowns at 25c; imitation panamas, light and cool at 50c; Silk and palm beach hate in several colors, 50c and $1.00; Straw yachts or sailors, high cr6wns, very stylish, rough and smooth straw, at $ . $2 and $3. Panamas, the genuine article in several shapes the wide brim for the older man and man i the sun, a medium shape for medium man and the high crown "balngo" style for the young man, nW made of fine white ma- terial at $5. Felt hats for every head, 6$ to 7 1, wide or narrow brim for thin or heavy men, conservative styles or extreme fashion for the older or young. A color for every taste and a price for every pocket from a $1.00 cotton to a $5.00 Stepson. -- a S OWHLKY, ol r Zi'drfrnaJ ('rtmm'.nrr n'KYB.WI. Jr, lla Count). Aifn'V of IUy)f County. Ktnfln Oornitr. ;or B NKXVHA.N, of XPWn Sre fctvl .IDHsV li, WKAJIKV V .NKWLANII. MAKSII.VLL Vor HffTtmltHrt in IitgMnturt J duty. fr 4 0 w o nonim. .Vi f W fOur Bi Sale! Has just commenced. 5 Everything Goes At A S Big Reduction. I S We are offering alL of our J J J fords to you at a price that you ; & " v L'a & i Confederate soldiers A number have shown its letters from dipt. V. J. Stone, hentl of tt)t Confederate DYER, TENN., MAN . I Pension department nt hjnwkrivrt m To repay their confidence in ns by confito numi-nat- c which he urges them t SUFFERED 40 YEARS dence in them. n certain ctnid-ithtfar secrutnry Jof itntc. V do not know Imt we rath mora governed J. T. Cattleman Finds Hope Fulfilled LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK er suspect Mint kvu IsCandidate V. by his animosity for I. After Passing Threescore Walton than Uve for his man. Tire Years. Stanford, Ky captain boltad GoebVl's nomination after going Mo the convention nud J. T. Castleman of Dyer, Tcnn., ncted wtwwcmV dw'mg the onmtuiipii suffered from stomach Ucrnnnomenta "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE" nfterwnrds. ami fiis setieai was slairp-- v for forty years, taking all sorts of criticized bv Walton, who never medicine, following all kmds of medCapital, $100,000; Surplus $100,100. Hgoes lack on hv party r ks nominees. ical advice. Resources $5207)00.00. 1 As the captain does, Ws appeal will In all the forty years, ho said, ho onrs VV. H. Shanks, Pres. J. B. I'axton, Vice-PreCall on tin? those wno are never had a reI good day uirtil he win or hxo. tried Mayr's Wonderful Itemed)'. Then whether fhey VV. M. Bright, Cashier. J. V. Rochester, Asst. Cashier. lli protvee lm notK on Walton mi he discovered something. Let his letanything that he ctafens his man is. ter tell about It Wnlton is nlo hc son of a confederTho first dose of Mayr's Wonderful ate soldier long wnce Rne to his pall stones to pass Remedy and whe he is elected secre-tnr- y from me. caused feeling much better 1 am of state and fails to make any than I have ever before. I am 64 ibettcr record in office than a certain years old nnd I had never before encandidate we shall Hown him ns n joyed one nholo good day. brother. "I would not give tho one bottlo Here ih a belated thought about you sent me for all the drugs and docHryan, and he is given the benefit of tors' medicine that Is made." it because it is due him. Hryan ha Mayr's Wonderful Itcmedy gives perbeen before the country, an active manent results for stomach, liver and STANFORD, KENTUCKY MAIN character, a continuous performer, intestinal aliments. Eat as much and for twenty years. Can you beat it? whatever you like. No more distress is scctfotl nt after eating, pressure of gas In tho The silver usue of i r! now as being silly, but there never stomach anil around the heart Oct one was an isue since the Civrl Wnr bottle of your dmgpist now and try It which wns so serious at the time. The on nn absolute guarantee If not satiswriter recalls several personal con A total of $4,000,000 in tolls was I factory money will be returned. flict to have resulted from discus collected for th ue of the ranamn sions ot Us merits, and lie dousn t Lanal in the period or time tietwocn Kentuckiant in Oklahoma. recall that people ever became so waterway for traf opening of The Oklahoma correspondent of the the in May last the heated on anv other national sublect. year, up 10 june uwi. Sunday: Mr. fic And Hryan made the issue. Then 0. J. had this uf intetest Ox- Collier's reminds us that it was due and Mrs. It. L. Davidson, formerly of last. to Bryan that Wilon was nominated Lancaster, Ky., now of Tulsa, have George Willis, aged 7, and n reat Baltimore. If it hadn't been for as their guet, Mrs. Carrie Davidson, f Senator tired biibiness man ef Howling Green, Bryan, Champ Clark would have been of Iinvaster, mother i Ho wns a bed. the nominee and we quake to think Davidson. Mrs. Davidson, after com was found dead .Mrs. K. 1'. Faulco-ne- r, of what might hare happened if Clark-ha- pleting a vUit to her son and dnugh- - brother-in-laof Danville. will go on to Colorado been in the president's office during this crisis. To Bryan we owe this Sprints for the summer. While the Tliirf escape. guest of her son in Tulsa. Mrs. David d"' Cstirrh In ,tblputiwtl.n rf tt ttwr Ib.ii t.etj. W l EN- ww- -" son was tendered a number of recep- touMrrttw U.till frw ,mm until -The liquor press and candidates are tions, notable among which was one lwr.Wr. I, rwt tu.M " McChes-ncmaking a great o against given in her honor by Mrs. J. Wesle ltli t.rall... .B.1 tj f..t..tlr It(lltvsr t rrSflrlM ' warning the fnrmers that if thuy West, hMHrMl. which nil the trrtBt. vote for him they will raise their tax- old friends guests of Davidson were all Vtliroiin ist.ltn to I r..lltttuMl I.a. and of Mrs. es. Xot a word of this is so. McChes- an.! tbffff.'tr riulfM towtllatluml tritiil. former residents of I'. Vm. mai S Jney stands in this race for submitting in attendance were: Kentucky. Those 1Italia latarth TikVi. OMo. ularlntrU lij ixi.tllt-1 la thr mly t Mrs. Davidson, Ii.ih-Al me question 01 siaie-wni- e pruniiMuun Mrs. W. I. Williams, Mrs. Bradford tlnnal rurr on tb marlft It l takf lai.rnallr , .. to a vote of the people. If they are Jennings, roi Mrs. K. L. Davidson, Mrs. In I.a irom to i" LIm i" nincu. .uri.r. . ami n against it when it comes to n vote, let illfWtlX Thfj ift.r on" tun!rrl Mlara t"f Charles W. West, Miss Caroline Rice tfcr them beat it. but the people are cer rUrolara anil any raw It fall, to curr, .sil STANFORD. tainly entitled to a vote on it. The and Mrs. J. W. West. Miss Mary Clay Williams, daughter ti.llmonlalH I J. CHENEY 4 CO., ToLUo. OHIO. vote on stock Inws, road laws, and Aillr.. WHY NOT A OF STYLE" suffrage laws, why not on this ques- of Judge W. I. Williams and Mrs. Fold tr Pnirlt. '!. TaU- UaU's I'aiullj 1'llls ti.f ccLitlriUoo. is the most important af- Williams, who has been attending tion, which fecting the American home today? school nt Hamilton College, LexingPALM BEACH SUITS Incidentally, in regard to the tax ton, Ky., is home for the summer. question, Kansas which has state-wid- e You Want Here's The weather is right prohibition has a lower state rate thar SEVERE PUNISHMENT Kentucky with all of her The tailoring is right revenue producing saloons and liquoi The People's Market Place Advei-Yo- u manufafctories. Have to Sell Use What The price is right The democrats of Lincoln and adPOSTED. John Herzog. joining counties are requested to re- Of Mrs. Chappell, of Five Years' member the candidacy of Col. W. V Posted Anton Tonn. Walton, who for 40 years has helped Standing, Relieved by Cardui. to fight democracy's battles and whe Wedding Presents at Muellers' Jew has never heretofore asked foroffice elry Store, Stanford. --He wants the democratic nominatior Crab Orchard Kentucky for Secretary of State; is fully comFOR SALE. Cherry Store Alt. Airy, N. C Airs. Sarah Al. Char petent to fill the high office and that he will do so with credit if given thr pell ot this town, says: "1 suliered toi tures. Mrs. Gilcher, Danville. opportunity, none who know him wil' .ive years with womanly troubles, alsi KENTUCKY Red Ucrkshlrc Roars, '.tomnch troubles, and my nunislimen gainsay. No man has a cleaner politi ready for service, for Mile. R. T. any done harder was more than any one could tell. cal record nor has 45-t- f service for the party of parties. A tried most every kind of medicine Bruce, Stanford. him will be a partial rewnri? but none did me any Rood. vote for FOR SALE. Auto in fine running for duty well performed, fiive him read one day about Cardui, the every that vote. tonic, and I decided to try it. I order. Will demonotmte. In use 4 1. 62-Box 209. Splendid reports come from Mer- iad not taken but about six bottles unti day. Address cer county concerning Judge J. S, I was almost cured. It did me 1mott hac ;ood than all the other medicines NOTICE Your 1915 school tax is Owsley's race for democratic nominow due. L." R. Hughes, Treasurer, nation for county attorney. Many ried, put together. Nntional Aly friends beean askinc me whv I room 20, over Lincoln think he will carry that county, while Maone enthusiastic supporter of the Lin- 'ooked so well, and told them aboi-- t Bank. bcverai are now taking it." coln entry offered to bet three to one 'aruui. Do vou. ladv reader, suffer from am thnt he would do so. Judge Owslcv if NOTICE. Five per cent penalty running a clean, dignified race, ha? of the ailments due to womanly trouble, added to bchool tax on Aug. 4, 1916. made no "deals" an.' Is running on such as headache, backache', sideache L. R. Hughes, Treas., Room 20, over DINNER SET HOW TO OBTAIN A 52-this nlone. Lincoln county is ;leej)lcssness, and that everlastingly tired Lincoln National Bank. pottery polidmeritshim and if he carries MerThrough a large cash purchase of fine China Ware, direct from the WVIIIII for I! io. let us urge you to give Cardui i we are offering to our customer an unusual opportunity to supply them- cer and Garrard, as his friends assure Ford FOR SALE. Second-hanMaxselves with this household necessity. These sets are celebrated Limoges him that he will, it will be too one- trial. We feel confident it will heln vou touring car and rccond-hansided a race to make it interesting. lust as it has a million other women in well lunabeut of the H'io model, Dinner Set, classy and strictly Ware, in a beautiful the past Hall century. used very little. M. S. Baughman. The Danville Advocate calls Mi" In appreciation of your patronage, we propose while they last to give L'eqin taking Cardui Yoi Stanford. 47-t- f every 25c cash sale, we Chesney a fakir and says he juggler won't regret it. All druggists. our patrons the benefit of this purchase. With fiirures to suit his own purposes will give a coupon. When you have secured twenty (20) of these cou- When Shclton Snuflev, who is in Chattanooga Medicine Co, LadiM Wriu FOR SALE Cheap If taken at Dect, Chatunocca, Tenn , lor itm pons, return them to us with $2.98 and receive one of these sets usually Frankfort managing Mr. McChesncy't Advisory if White Legon cur co ar.a 64 case beck. "Horn. once, all of my pure-bre- d retailing at $6.00 to $8.00. The beautiful design of these Dinner Sets, campaign, reads that statement hr Treatment for Women." in plain wrapper. K C. I'it horn. Buff Orpingto and mixed hens. will doubtless call on "Mack" nnd Good lnvers. Mrs. II. Rowan Saufley, now on exhibition at our store must be seen to be appreeiated. I t I 49-t"Rich" to nroduce their nuthoritv o? Stanford, NOTICE. stand charged with maliciouslv utter ing things that arc not so. II would It keeps off flies, relieves and quiets cattle and STANFORD, KY. be a hard task to magnify the evi' Notice is hereby given that an apTHE REXALL STORE A. S. PRICE DENTIST " is influences of whisky and the "dry" plication will be made to the Lincoln Hours, C to 4 o'clock 12th, 1915, horse, gives cows a chance to feed in peaoe, Makes candidate for governor is a mnn of county court, upon July same being county iourt day in July parts if he can do so. horses good natured. Will do all we claim and more to establish a county road, us follows: Offici Over Shugar's Drug Store Leo Frank is doing time as a life Ileginning in center of u county road, convict in Georgia: Gov. SlatonV corner to Fox Dudderar anil It. E. Altoo. We have tried it three year. Try a can. FOR SALE. Good driving horse, term has expired and he is recupera bright's lands, thence across the land ting at some mountain resort: thing? of Fox Dudderar with his and Al also saddles well; not afraid of auto have about resumed their normal con- bright's line a distance of about 45 and a ladies' horse in every particu-ditions at Atlanta, so now let's have rods, to another corner of said Dud- lar. Large ensugh to work to surry. Apply to A. S. Robertson, Danville a good long rest and try and forget Albright; thence across 48"tf Frank, the awful charge the Jury de derar andsaid A. K. Albright with the Ky. his of clared him guilty of and everything landsCharley Tapp's line a distance of and MkSSfeSStnCV. connected with a trinl which has about 15 rods, to the mouth of a coun HARRY JACOBS caused the whole world to hit up and ty road, formerly un ulley of the town ALL OVER DON'T CRY take notice. of Rowland, near the residence of Manufacturers and Dealers in 5c, High Prices are dead at the Economy Store. 2 spools Silk Thread The startling news comes by way of Charley Tapp, thence with said alley worth 10c Sash Pins 5c, worth 25c Cuff Buttons 10c, go at half price) broke 1 papers large eye needles, 5c, worth 10c 1 doxen pearl and pearlette but- - Lancaster that six prisoners county. or county road to the Stanford and High - Class Monuments. nil at Whitcsburg, Letcher Crab Orchard turnpike und said road ns, 2c, worth 10c Gent's Silk Hose 25c, worth 50c Pair of warranted and Prompt Service fissors worth 75c per pair, at 15c Gents linen hemmed handkerchiefs 5c, The towns are several hundred miles to be 30 feet In width over tho land of Original Designs Quality Connections Lan jth 10c) Extra Hollow Ground fully warranted Razor, worth $3.00, apart, but the resources of thesnown said Fox Dudderar and A. K. Albright. .Guaranteed and Marble Quarries. This 20th day of June 1915. J. L. at all Granite 50c King's one piece warranted 10c Collar Buttons, 2 for 5c and caster reporters is frequently Hill. Mber items from a bottle of lemon soda to a barrel of sugar at prices by the special dispatches they send McKKK KIFFE, County Road Engi- Office and Works on Cemetery 1C4 covering news from Mills Point to the neer, L. C. phone VI competition. Closed on Saturdays x IV uig Sandy and from tape toil to Kal KENTUCKY t t STANFORD 4 T. C. BALL, amazoo, borne reporters, that LanAttention Contractors! Stanford, Ky. caster bunch, to be sure. Corner North Depot Street The undersigned commttee of tho ,incoln Fiscul Court, will receive All hot, free Dinners The Louisville Post says Vhat Louis ville owes its solid support in the gub- fcaled bids for the erection of a Machinery Warehouse nnd Work House, ernatorial race to Lieut. Gov. E. J. McDermott. The democracy of the on the lot belonging to Lincoln coun- No soot, few ashes Your Property in the Falls ( ity may pay the debt, but it y, on Depot street, ns per plans and will have to get Its orders from 6ome specifications now on rile in tho olllco ill be in Stanford from 9 until 2 o'clock other source than Dick Knott and hi of the Countv Attorney. All bidders labor of are expected to bid on IIthe anhaat I1AII next, July 3rd, for the purpose of Post. Al. a Fire Insurance Co. uuui riFoner in ;uu, ui u muni !' piich nrisoner. Tho successful bid 'nr Hying Army Horses and Mules. They must People Ask Us v of Hartford, Conn., will be exnected to execute bond der What is the best laxative? Yearsof H. L. PERKINS, Prop., Successor to E. B. Denham is between five and ten years old and weigh with approved teeurity for the faith-fu- l cxpcricnco in selling all kinds leads us with performance of the contract. Hids to always recommend. Jom 1,000 to 1,200 pounds. Have your stock will be received up to C p. m., Julv 5. SALIN & SMITH, Agents All bids must bo sealed und marked tJ. W. town. "Sealed Hid." us ttio tuifitst, surest aud most eatiif ao Stanford, Kentucky W. M. FIELDS. tory, KM cidy by iu, JO ccuts. Lancaster, Kentucky J. L. McK. KIFFE, BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING I. J. W. S. 11UUCH, Committed Pinny's Drug 6tons, stow. ve 9 s. tir J 5 McRoberts & Bailey STREET 5 11 15 0( '( J I cannot afford to miss. d Wall Paper, Mattings, Druggets. Our Line Is Very Complete. (Si 9 2 Remember the "MAIN S TRANCE" is the entrance for S REAL BARGAINS. 1 in-- " to-d- y, d !. - PENCE HILL, Stanford. "PILE : ROBINSON'S, jti - r What W. E. PERKINS ---- 1 Boys, Get Your 1 wo-nan- PALM BEACHSUITS 1 E From us and Save Money. Ask for a chance on the Sewing chine. Free for all. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. d d 42-Pie- y. "Cow Ease"-Wh- at It ir(j. Will Do. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, f. W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. IT'S Rex Coai Black Star CI-3- Proprietor Black Crescent sl Ir my Horses And Mules Wanted. INSURE f)hirday Old Connecticut MaV a) REX COAL YARDS TO THE 2 . liUKlUN, K. J5. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, June 29, 1915. Mr. I)iw-vllle, 3 Children Cry for FBefcchor's mI Spoonnmorc, f 5iavMc, wn MIm Miirrnrct Fo., of DnnvMt, W (J. R. Mt'mirick, of wltb hi relative. Ii tlie euest f font. .1. H. YootK ttic kuimI of Mr. Hnnv CnrUr. Mr. Kohcrt I)uri of I)ihitIIc, wan McDowell, of Dnmflle, tno Miwt HlnnJe Ittplcy Ifci rourne C:AllFr in! In. homi" nfter spwulnrR hcywi1 Hii) in in town Vr n fliort time fsUnltty. IIIVIV li,..w. .......fife Mrs. V. T. Tuittei wnt vititmtr h U'lhnnre. up. " 10 U i Mm. V. K. Ml l'l'vy for Hon. VW1 Tutfcor iirJ fwniry nt rticli- - Lw,in Ifro-e- r lfft this moruicrcla-- , v r II. nn n rfrtiijjliUi.noixl. to'yhk h wrtl vUit whore Mt. 1M, ' All Miiif iur irmir if lie 'Mrs. llmiH. Ulrax. LiiumvlHu. mf Mr. mil ftv. .Inmoi H. Hirwliinn Mo.in KW.m.I. .1 ,?. lytwronce, who boh bean IM l Hii- - client of nt "Hlliyi." wiM nrrlve I'lMny to I nhlo I Mi Kutc I' MMIer. who hag lirjen 'at his home nt Mt. Vcnron. r.Mr. Ilpvwly Rout .. nf- Mmtrfcftin. liu uuvr Uailrinj: in I'IUburK, l'n, ft li for t... i...l uil unin iiomn iiiucy, in "i Ib hur for n viiit to Iris paniU, Mr. n chort May. SOCIAL CALENDAR. Mim. Will llaj, aptnt Sunday in m Jorph PoHuy. itinl PnUic I'ernw June MIji Itiiviu MiiMer, of Imlinnnpn-l- i, L'lnuistpr wlti hor brother, Jome A. Tho Kind Yen Have Alvvnyj UotigM,nnil wliloli litis lioen Nellie W. Hill, Mcusr. Ilryan I'crkrn to lie vho lUur.loy ami family. will arrive W) jenra, Ii.ih Iioihii tlio Mt;mrtnro of lu iisii ftir MiKt LaVerne nnd Jnmi'i Mtvi, of ami Miiurkc Turner w.r ciftcrtnln the KUot of .MIm llury Wiiltlen (Snorli. 1ms Iti'i'it iinulo tinder lfli per- Mimes Annie Mcklimay, Hollo (.minuter, are the j!uot of thvir Tennis Club nt 3 'clock. MaMie Minnl minonlFlon lnco Its Iiifnuey Jj&$i-&Punny nnd Khthtr Ilurcli nrp 1h Dan- Rnindmtber, Mr.Jolwi S. I Weill nnd Mr. and Mm. Plerribla. '6UCA4M Allow no uuo todeecho ville thin week (rttcndhitf the rc here Sun-Jo- y Beware the ptomaine rhibliini, of Dnnvrflc, you'n ijic, AH rotinterfi-Us- , uro but Semi-Annu- al riiHntlonii'.d nftrrnoofl for a nhort time W Kypcriiiii'iitH tlmt trifle N ptnlntcd Food fur mcl Npuh rnmw from DnnvrtJi- - that n nnd ttidntifi'r tlm lionlth of Wnlter Sinjrloton, of Lotilnille, IM kke tw have cmc ptonpue, but I Ims nrrivcil nt Hie home llxperleiicu ngulnsv. H.periiueuU liilants and tlrildrcu little lnu;ht(r 1 Sumkiy herv with bin pntonti, Will Uck to potafh atnl ptca. of Mr. nnd Mrs. II. M. ruhcr. I nc Micnt (iiirlnnd .Slimleton anil wife. Sunt- little tni-- huH liern named Mary hn rtUirn Mitw Mnrsarwl Shnnk Lr Fisher. nlwit.. tins JncnrifJ a t'd hotnc after a UMt to her aunt, Mr. nnd Mm. T. D. Nowland. Ml of Mrs. II. hirby Ilrmriie at New MinHe Ratio and rational by twe memlcsi by CnforIa U a linrnilesq pnlistlMifo for Cantor OAf Pnrc-pikil- c, Urnnie Ncwlimd, of ii city and Mr. ,n Fuflmnl com4niion appointed ' to fDropn and .Nnollilitj; hjrnps. It Is pleasant. It i llerrinu'. or Hiitjvlllc, motoul Hie lilted Statas Disfiict Court tt.......r.i...... J,. ..... Shelby- tounl. In thern Ruert o' hor New untiihire. , contain nulilicr Opiliim, lorplilnu ol!i r -- 'iirenflrs 'Mi"iuj ...,,l m.o ih "' lllll I irntiitiik ..I ' ' it iwrenis. ?ir. Sallio RniiHUWii. KiictH of Mr. , Mrfist.mrc. Ittt nuo is Its gn ir.inl''i. It destroys "iornis ,.,,,7 Mrs. I.d. Wikii on .i id l.iuahtcr, . ,i, ,P ,,, I or 1 J nifd alfci.vs voiisliness. f rimlis LOST A pair inure tJii.n t? rfA' jears it M.7l ,w! w ,titurne.1 home after a vl-- il U Leave them at the Intellor Itapti AwembV at ,, lias lioivi hi r'linstaiil iisi! for tlie - Ik f of ir,n fiputloii, yl ,u i,nn,ast,.r. Savin '' t She will drive over week. VLahileni'V, Wind Colli1, a.l Tood.i.ifr Tnmjj.s nnd -MJM (ertluL. Mlacki labour- - Journal olnee. iHierliu-a- . Ilitvk accomp.Hi Ui by Mrs. Knriy and ulI)1 nlrV0l, Monday to It regulates tln Mom. U and Uouil.i, the jriiest .1. S. ll.trk mid Dr. I.aily. for Stata-- , Is preparing Alabama ussriiilliiJen tlm J'ooil, jrivlnir li .il"'v i xvceK ir,'t:ral rfee?. of Mr c ,IotK rf)ter) for wiili jiiohibkion, v)li.(.h roo into efTho Clrfltlron'H Panacea 'I ho 21o U r a I Mm. J. I.. Tottciu. who ha Iislh or more. j July 1. Willinin Tlioinnson who has been fect the irnet.1 of Mrj. Ualtui Jones, has a genlicturiUMl to her hmu at I.ebniwn, nc- - j,ru revernl ihit with I U Mis- - Liihi .Muy .lorn?s. j knKhc return!! to hw home in Mt rnmt'iiiied h WHAT CATARRH IS j Mis Loralne Tottm wiN remain witliYeinoii this morrs'iiL'. fiiMiils for M.mc lmc. StanfoiJ I Bears Hon. J. H. !oint. Prof. M. D the Signr.turc cf every fliird I artsssy . Sweuney, of I It has been said that Ms. W. S. Prh returned Sunday iljuirhcs and Jojo X ..i .ii person has catarrh in some lorm. hn .imr-ti"- , whotc wia afternoon were here nii'ht frm catarrh the not week irt the beil- - to hear Hon r.. J. Jicjjcimoii peah brun for Science has show n that nasal !Siile of her husband, who is in tlio often indicates a Reticwl weakness iDenconei Hospital, prcpnMtor) to nti of the body; and local treatments in omtich. Mr. operation for ulcnratiI ish the form of snufls and vapors do little, rev worse and Mrs Pish wn sent for a week hko. He hud a f ar if any good. ful spell and at one time had six pi v To cornel catarrh )OU should treat its on sirians with him. He was betrwi u Iter and Mrs. P. L. Hrure tuft caue by enriching oir blood with tin feel tbnt home folks she left him nnd Mondav for a visit to their oil fosl in Scott's I'.niulsion winch l a unrst is ovid It is honed thi.t 'v iiRiliciii.il fol i ml a limldmp'totiic, fru Wrley Knilirr wn over from in'iir Sprint? Hill, Tenn. Try it. In .Miss .Mnud ( artcr .viomlav inndilioii will be suih that the opui Id Ictt , froinaUolioloraiivhariiif' Will Roliovo Your Indigestion Prankfort with horncfolk. for lElrhmoud to attend the Fiimmer tion inn Ik; performed in the next til I Hvx J. A. Trontle left Satnrda for s ttiiiv win I St Penny's Drug Stor. ZXITZZSZIMES? school of Lastern State Normal. Iili) Pinvville to bold a revival meetini', Mr. J. R. Memhon, of Someri.t, Is the Kiient of her ilHiiithter, Mrt. A. C. Hill. "asxKTVknmtmnxta ifirm L. .tr-ll.- j rvtra -- .J THE FIRSTNATIONAL BANK .III. llii hr kui ' xiwmii il.I .... l4 .... ao.-AJ- lM.as has declared its usual Dividend, Noi. Chnu-tnoui- i. f Wuztt), Srf ocr - "l .Ti!st-ns-(;oH- d" oubitJii. payable July st. Invites new accounts on its merits for strength and superior facilities. Pays interest on ings Accounts and Time Deposits, and does eral hanking business. L r "l.Tn '" -- ".' ,, hr l'' lr..t i What is CASTORIA mr i- I s. ' M. I .i .uJ. fr eEMysNE CASTORIA ALWAYS i Iiisllr 1 t!s irsn - -- 1?exogt yic&yjciiAii Use For Over Personal and Social crt. MIm Mr. W. T Dolin anil children, of riiitmrd, are vkUIiik relative at Sum Ilirdle MrClure, who bus been is Mime what im ill of rheumutum, proved. MIm Katln-rinAnderri i kpend Idk a f'u days in Louisville with rel.i ttviw and friends. Mr. llowmn Owen xpent everl da; laat wo4c in Andermtn iount. viih bur liucband. Owitm, of Somerirt Mr. of the fnmil) of her brother Mr. John W. Itout. Mr. A. It. in(iruenijrn ami children returned Sftlunbtv. from a Mrit Ml Ceorxm Jnlinwin after Mrilmt' bore fur "eversl iwyn reiiirneii lo Imh csihtur Saturday ;tetfoocJ Save the Difference Dyspepsia Tablets The Kind You Have Always Boagfat 30 Years T. D. NEWLAND Opposite the CourtHouse, i' Wants to sell you an Ice Cream Freezer and Refrigerator. Also your Groceries. Phone us. No. 168. rtlry Come to Severance's Store te reUtivi in limsvdle France Kmbry returned to Mi Prankfort with Miss Uiuim1 TIioiiihs for some tune nml will be her Mr. W. A ("iron and little daui;h tuf, ABHelle. are the guests of her Mr. W. J. lEomans nt Uincater. Mb-- i Sabra Kstes who has been the vlitnr of Mrs. Walter Hwlt returned Saturday to her home at Waco, Kv. I HKiilev. of the Mr. Valentine Southern Knd of the count), l with hit Min, Mr. Itruce Paunle) and fnmilv Mrs. W. II. M its lion and Min, I ouis Munhon, spent iveral ilnvs at vliitiiiK Father J. W llaf-le- tet DOLLAR DAY sis-to- r, Friday, July 2 Serge Dresses that were $5.00 $1 Dollar Day Price Challie Dresses that were $5.00 Dollar Day Price. . $1 Skirts that were $4.00 to $5.00 $1 Dollar Day Price Suits that were $5.00 to $7.50 $1 Dollar Day Price Light weight coats, thah were $5 to $7.50 Dollar Day Price ..$1 House Dresses, regular $1.50 grade-Do- llar Day Price $1 Any slipper or oxford, now selling at $1.50 $1 Dollar Day Price American Lady Corsets, $1.50 seller-Do- llar Day Price .. . y. Mr. ami Mr. Maurice Perkins, of Crnb Orclmril, wire in the cit) Sun-daKuest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ualley. Mi Anna (Jooch. of McKinney, is In Frankfort, Iwvini; aciepted a nue position there with the Capital Steam On this clay we will sell any article mentioned below at one dollar for spot cash. None worth less than $1 .25, some worth up to $5.00. We need the room these goods occupy, which accounts for the very low price. They are woith to some one what they cost originally but they no at the price of one dollar. Remember one day only, Friday, July 2nd. Read this list carefully use this as a memorandum come early and get the best. This is the first sale of this kind ever held in Stanford. It is a saving opportunity for you. Annn Welvh Hoover of N'ich olasv ille. in th puet of Mi'ses Mary Lcc and Kliznbcth Given nt th HubMl ljiundry. :::::::: 1 ble kcction. W. I. Allen nnd wife and II. W. Al len nnd wife anil George lUntJi. of Hnrrodsbiirg, pent Sunday with Mrs. E. C. Walton. Mrs. Ed. Wilkinson nnd daughter, Mabel wont to Ijincnster to vicit her hWter, Mr. It. It. Wilkinson and at- yards 2 2c Percale for Dollar Day Price ... $1 1 0 1 1 -- j'ds good Apron Gingham for ..$1 Dollar Day Price 2 $1,635,000 Hidden In This Year's Goodyear Tires Here are amazing (acts: Good car Fortified Tires contain five costly features found in no other lire. They have other features not common. If we omitted those features, this year's probable output uouid cost us $1,635,000 We could add that less. And much to our profits. you would never know it until troubles come. tion k-- . 8 yards 15 cent Crash, tend the Chautauqua. Mr. and anil Mrs. A. I (!jm, Joe Adams Gum and M' Mjri Fiher, cf l.' ,t vwik er. 'he l.v I.oxniKton. of Mr. nnd Mis John Lutes. Mrs. K. M. New land and children buve rt turned hotm from Louisville, where they have bten the quests of bcr mother. Mm. A. II. Klkin. Mrs. L. A. Nilhon and son Kenneth y Albert of Oklahomn City arrived to be the uuevts of hs-- pannts. Dr. and Mr. W. F. Watkini. for the Snt-unlnr for Dollar Day Price 1 . -2 ..$1 yds. good Bleach Cotton (no starch) for $1 Dollar Day Price I 5 Users Save $5,000,000 Yet our 1915 price reducmade February 1st will save Good) ear users about 55.000,000 this year. And that was our third reduction in two j ears, totaling 45 per cei.t. These extra features used by us alone will save users millions more. That's why Goodyears dominate. They hae long outsold any otlier. They arc gaining new users faster than we can supply them. We hope, for j our own sake, that they'll boon win you. 0 yards any 12 cent .. 4 yds. Gingham for Dollar Day Price .$1 Voile Floun- cings (worth 75c yd) $1 Dollar Day Price 45-in. 6 yards fine figured Dress 75 prs. Men's Women's Ftimmcr. Mtwdnmcs I elin Cook nnd John II and Miss Mary Shepherd Cook rtturned Saturday from a visit to rulatives in Soraeisit and Monti-cell- Satteen or Poplin, 25c $1 grade for and Children's shoes and Slippers, per pr. $1 yds. 0c Shirting Cheviot, for .$1 Dollar Day Price. 1 Shanks Mr. S. L. Cummins, of the Crab Orchard Milliner Co . was litre Saturday morniiiK on liusinoN. Mr. Ctinimins is one of fthe "live wiles" of the East Etvd metropolis Little Miks Elizabeth Perkins, the attractive daughter of Mr ami Mrs. Maui ice Perkinfc. of Crab Orchaid, bus been the jruibt of Little Miss Ophelia Carrol Hailcy. A. G. Huffman who has been work Climax, is IiiK for the Kiihmond Fevernl day with his daughters, Mrs. Jamie Carpenter and Mr. IlrairK Thompson nt Crnb On hard. The friends of Mrs. S. C. Uukey will be Kind to know that hhe was able to be brought home last week after nn operation in Louisville, and is niiely. Mr. Iitkey und MisF Stella Ttvis Lackey went to Louis-ill- e to m company her home. Henilil. Mis Llnnille Eubanks, who was one of the recent jrruduateg tu Hamilton College, LexiiiKton, has returnea home. Mis Eubank is the dnuirhter of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Eubanks. and has made a record which is p lwwiiu: to her reatives and friends. Miss Mary Mnnicr WellR is attendinit a house party btiiiK xea ly Stanley Hickerbon nt his home in North Muldletown. Danville MctnenRer. yards 25c Waisting Linens ,or Dollar Day Price ... $1 5 5 1 Five Linen Huck Towels, 25c value, for 3 yds. Dollar Day Price . . .$1 Waisting with colored embr. figure, 50c value, for $1 This car's improvements alone will cost us S500.000 Most of this goes early. into extra rubber oil into c.v Iravscor. And ucshollspcnd on resenrch SlOO.OOOthis ear to find QoOI)pYEAR AKRON.OHIO Any $1.25 or $1.50 colored or white Bed . Spread for .. ,$1 Five 30c dark green Win- Kid Gloves, reg. $1.25 values Dollar Day Price . ... $1 other ments betterstiil. Fortified Tires Nt W Rim-Cu- Any will yOU. ith t Tir, . "On Air" Cur.d or Smooth supply .24i9) dealer $1.50 and $1.25 Hand Bags-D- ollar $1 dow Shades for Dollar Day Price Goodyear Service Stations Tires in Stock Stanford, - - Anderson Bros. Crab Orchard, Bell & Dyehouse. n hn 2 . $1 Day Price 25c values (to close) $1 Raincoats that sold for $2.50 and $3.50 $1 Dollar Day Price 5 yds. 25c $1.50 Pique or Gaberdine white dress skirt $1 Dollar Day Price 25 yds. Unbleached Cot- 6 pair Children's Hose, 1 , Dollar Day Price 3 $1 and 35c printllar . pair Ladies 50c value Hose to close) .... ed 40-i- n. Voile-Do- Day Price $1 ton for Dollar Day Price .... $1 Dollar Day Price $1 M- -1 If You Want To Raise Potatoes Try 1 Lunches and Cooling Drinks May Be Obtained J The July Potato. Sold at fl When In Danville at I I SEVERANCE & S0N Main and Depot Streets, Stanford S ,253;B" E.T. PENCE, Stanford, Ky. SHOP PERFECT (Incoiporated) DANVILLE, - KY. 1 jH 7 I t V '. ( Jl The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, June 29, Farm and Stock News 191 5. X? It-- . 1 w ? dnlng buMno nt the town nf Meadows have greatly Improved in iorlmnl, county of Lincoln, 9tnte of f the past few weeks and the prospect Kentucky nt tiie closo of biitne on ithe lllth day of June 1018. for n hay crop arc good, I nt' Dumper mm., crops lime ere-Krtourcn. i Jfll.lM.lO atcu nn enormous ticpinnn ior nnrvroi I.onnK mid PlfcountK . in the Middle western btutes, Overdraft, secured anil unhands 203.60 secured Lincoln county hns tho largest aere-1,111.01 Inge of hemi) it has had. for soveral Due from Hunks 8,ASA.l)2 years and the crop is looking' splen C'nidi on hand Hanking house, fumiturt didly. 8,000.00 and fixtures FOR SALK One pood I 3,1(10.00 combined horse nnd a rubber tir Other Ileal Kstnte trap. Mrs. Hugh Nob, Ijincnster Other assets not included un su.ar. fiO.tf Street. der any of above hendi Joe. Will limit, of the Wot Knd, sold to C. T. Uolinn a pair of Total f7,3l7. ir. horse mules for nnny purLinbilitlei poses for $326. Capital stock paid in, in te&xfifjLMJiiiKsrsazwjcmNi V. 11. Uurton, of Lancaster bought cash .. ft 6,000.00 8,000.00 nt Ilustomille five army horses nnd Surplus fum! . mules at $76 to Deposits subject roil SALK. Prime Timothy Hay. to cheek . $88,011.01 baled or loose, by wagon or lO.Tfi'.'.OO Time deposits ANo young Jersey bulls and Punic Cashier's checks 60-t- f hogs. At farm. V. Held. outstanding 322.0!! IP.8S5.05 (1.22!'. 12 J. T. llrgsby and Wilson & Tittum Kucna for taxes . bought in the niountnliis two d of 6t)rt to cattle at $73,317.16 Total $20 to $36 nnd n lot of sheep at $2.60. Stare of Kentucky, One field of wheat belonging to County of LincoJu Set Shanks & Myers yielded 30 liurhel to We V. K. Perkins and II. C.Skilcs. KY. STANFORD, the neie. The rest of their crop yield Vice President and Cashier of the was not quite m heavy. The quality nliove named hank, do solemnly swear is fine. that the ahore statement is true to C. P. Cecil. Jr., of Danville, pur the best of our knowledge ami belief chased from I. S. Tevis IU cattle V. K. Perkins weighing 1,30 pounds at eight cents H. CK Skiles. Cashier. per pound. They will be slaughtcrud Subscribed nnd sworn to before inc for home consumption. this the 2.1nl day of June, 11)16. Mj J. K. Hniighman has sold to Weil rommission expires Jan. 26, P'in for July 1 to 16 delivery 22 head of John Kdmitton, notary public. line cattle that will weigh ttetween CRUSHED STONE For Sale At All Times 1,100 and 1,600 pounds at eight nnd Report of the condition of n half cents. They will be about the THC McKINNEV DEPOSIT f.NK best cattle that have left Lincoln in a doing businoM a the 'owi of Mi Kin 'loinr time. ney, county of Lincoln, Stnle of W. L. Mnteron of Southern Illin- - tuekv at the close rf HiU'i.wj nn the i lis. shipped 17 of steers to Chi- - . ' '.h day. o. .1 i ! i'M.' hui igo that uvoraucd 1,010 pounds. One Resources i if them weighed 2,029 pounds. Mr. I.o.ins and discounts Mnstcrson sold them in the city Mon- - Oxerdnrfts. scsured and unL. f ,dny for nine cents a pound, lie started " xT&s&tt&rg. secured 404.74 &??? eight months feeding Due Hanks '. 3,110.72 SS&SX and thevthem about1.0 18 pounds. ago Cadi fromhand J2S-.: nTeruge on G5l.Sl ivxv. VrJ"-- j " XV-Kof Hampshire, Checks nnd other T. W. Kirkpatrii-k- , "r: Tf. !?' holds the record for profit on . . 173.71 cah itwns - .i."v-S- - 7a Mifcvvvaj" - TtMin., He sheep. only nine !H" A , ZazsawFTZrMZ? SrWBWhfcSS, lambs andhadwool to theewet and soldf Hanking house, furniture . amount and fixture-4,260.00 $103.60. From one of fthc nine ewes Other assets not included which vCS-he sold three lambs and wool under above heads .... 018.07 broucht him S17.30. The nine ees averaged Mr. Kirqpatrick $11.60. The Total ..$33,206.19 AWAY up in the mountains of Western North original cost of the nine ewes was $60 Liabilities Carolina are the beautiful and attractive resorts bought of Frank Capital stock paid in, in T. P.igsby J. Spanglcr 17 lambs at seven cents a . cash of Ashe :lle, Black Mountain, Hendersonville, Bre.$15,009.00 pound. They averaged f0 pounds. He Surnlus fund . 2,214.79 vard, Lake Toxaway, Saluda, Waynesville, (Lake hogs nt Undivided profits, less exd also bought 16 seven cents; of Garner Price foui Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. penses and taxes paid ... 1,112.00 hogs at seven cents and of Deposits suject to check d 14.938.31 Spend your vacation at enc of thes; cool and delightful places hogs at d .Mr. Muirtin ton Excursion tickets are or at Tats Spring, Tein. Round trip Total "even cents. He boucht of J. II. Itic S33.2C5.19 by 26 lambs averaging S4 pounds nt State of Kentucky. on sale daily, goo J until Octobir 3'ot, via eight nnd a half cents a pound. County of Lincoln Set. J. W. Phillips of Lebanon shipped We. F. M. Ware and J. W. Sallee. 00TH20N IIAkOVAY & Harrington, of St. Louis, Vice President and Coihier of the to Guyton ft.ii P.vxlsrCsirier of t! . South24 army mules for thej'rench govern- - above named bank, do solemnly swuur ment, purchased from parties in that the above statement is true to Stop-ovsTJyce special Low Rate allowed at rll pj'nts counties at from $126 to $16- the best of our knowledge and belief. Excursions will be run iur. :.i i!.- - r . .v.msr. Ask for details, por head. C. T. Uohon & Son also of F. M. Ware. Lelmnon shipped to the same firm I'.r full infociT'n't;- Ti t . il -- .hern Railway, or writo J. W. Sallee, Cashier. D. H. 1 s,;a. D i . r Louisvilie, KMiturrfy. 23 mules for war purposes. They were Suhcuibed and sworn to before me bouglrt in Marion and adjoining couii-4c- s this the 15th day of Junel915. nt prices ranging from $135 to Report of the condition of ii iimhii mtm fi'hMi wnii ESB? 153. first purchase of the new who:t The THE PEOPLES BANK crop by Lexington dealers was made doing business at tho town of Hu- vaturday by Byrnes an Pettit, who tonville, county of Lincoln, State of "ontracted for serei-a- Fayette coun- - KeHt-uckat the clove of business oi ty crops at a dollar a bushel. This the 15th day of June 1915. price s being bid by all of th Lexing Resource d You have open to you cream market, The cheap ship-- i ton dealers for No. 2 wheat, with 97 Loans and Discounts $58,720.86 rents as the quotation for No. 3 Overdrafts secured and uncan, 41c for a eight and 44c ping rule of 3Gc for New barley is beiag bid for at wheat. 227.1 secured for a ten gaRon can t l the L & N., gives you ai opportunity to sixty-fiv- e cents and eightjfive cents Due from Banks . 0,263.39 ship to s being offered for rye. Cph on Hand . 3,872.00 K C. Arnold, of this city, bought Banking house, furtxturc p a goodly bunch of live stock hist . . 0,200.00 and fixtures Tri-Sfa- te weak, whioH will go to the Cincinnati Other assets not included t'.'Ml.ftO market. He bought 28 hogs that averunder abve head- aged 200 pounds, from Phil Nunnellcy a RESPONSIBLE, SAFE and PERMANENT Creamery with m.re $"6,279.72 it $7 a hundred; 29 light hogs from Total than 8,000 cream shippers. Every shipment is paid for Spot Cosh Henry Hester at the same figure; a Liabilities and guaranteed against loss or damage in transit. IF YOU BO , ( apital stock paid in, in bull from W. H. Murphy, f Turaers-illeNOT HAVE CANS, WRITE FOR FREE TRIAL CANS. SHIP OR at five and a half cents a cash . . . 26,000.00 WRITE TODAY. round, that weighed 1,100 pounds; a Surplus fund .. . 3,300.00 heifer frow Rev. Joseph Hallou, Undivided profits, less exweighing 8(0 pounds, at six cent; penses and taxes paid 82.91 another heifer fiom WH1 Popples Dwpoit suaject weighing 709 at six cents, a calf to check $32,024.29 from Jesss I.nwresice for $30; a Time deposits 7,047.00 .'19,071.29 Capital Stock $75,000. Capital Stock $75,t00 bunch of aknut 15 light shoats from Due bank.-- and Trust E. J. Howenstine for $42.50; a compnnios 1,325.62. ... bVittA. ISSSt pringcr cow from A. J. P.ignev for Hills Payable 0,500.00 $50; five light hogs from Louis Proctor; 25 lambs from Alfred Swopo Total $75,279.72 at seven and a half cents a psuml nnd Mate of Kentucky, 1 THE SIGN OK SAKE IT FIRST. 20 lambs from Morgan Beazlcy at Ceunty of Lincoln Set. svon and a half cents. We, W. M. Myww and J. W. Uo RESPONSIBLE. SAFE. PERMANENT. I in., Piesident and Cashier of tho (tHsMRBsaHHRHKc STATE TAX LEAGUE nboe named bank, ilo soUmnlv swear that tlvo above Matement is true to tha best of our knowledge and belief. Magazine in Great Demand nd Me W. M. .Myers, President, bership Growing. J. W. Hoskins, Cashier. Since tho recent publication of tho Subscribed anil sworn to before me State Tax League Magazine in the this the 21 day of June 1915. Mv com interest of Tax Reform in Kentucky, mission expiics January 2Ji, 1918. J every mail has brought in roquests H. Hockcr. for copies and applications for membership. As an indication of the inRepoit of the conditions of terest aroused the following samnle THE BANK OF MORELAND Utters show u sincere desire to learn tho true situation and that the only doing business at the town of More- way to secure moie equitable Tn J ,lnnd, county of Lincoln, State f Ken-iky nt the close of business, on tht Laws by Education on the subject 15th day of June 1915. of Taxation Resources State Tax League, --$20,199.51 Loans and Discounts Frankfoit, Ky., lOvcidrufts, securd nnd un unar Mrs; 5.10 You have been kivd enough to send , secured 5,103.43 me litornture on the Tax System of ln. irom unnK.s 2,580.70 Hand Kentucky which I fine so instructive Las'1 I wish that every voter might havo Hanking House, furniture ' We have just unloaded a car of Lehigh Portland Cement 3,000.00 ""d fixtures the privilege, of tho sumo information. l.llHO.GO Therefore I nm sending tho names Other real ostato . . at our warehouse. If you arc in the market for cement tin's of some of our citizens who would i is a chance you cannot afford to overlook. Lehigh is a cement $38,231.30 Total appreciate the State Tax League Mag- Liabilities azine and It will be mulcting a. real which gives you the best value, for it is ground to such a service to tho State in disseminating Capital Stck paid in, in fineness that it makes the strongest concrete. cut-$16,000.00 such fucts us you are publishing. 1,050.00 burplUR I unci lours truly profits less ex- Walter Kvnns, Undivided T La Center. Kv. 411.80 nouses nnd taxes paid . (Deposits subject Dear Sirs: $17.(109.50 A copy of tire State Tux League to check .Mogaztno chanced to fall In my t Demand cer ties has been used on many of the largest municipal and paving linmls :ind iiftii rondim it rnrnfnllv 3,500.00 21.109.00 of Deposit I desire to become n member of the contracts throughout the country a good test of its reliability. League and have mentioned it to quite Total $38,231.30 It will give you the best satisfaction in your concrete work. a number of my ne'gn'oors who have State of Kentucky Come in and let us figure on your requirements. become interested uud would uleo like County of Lincoln . Set. to Join as thov are convinced a Re t, We, M. Leo Pipes nnd Cha. A. form In our lax Laws is esxvntiul FOR SALE BY J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. nnd Cashier of the to the prosperity of tho State. above nnmed Hank, do solemnly swear I Yours truly () that the ubovo statement is triw to the J. C. Anderson, J, P. best of our knowledge and bulief. Creekmore, Ky. , M. Lee Pipes, wear airs; , Chns. A. Wilhoit. Cashier . .. .. ; -l .1 py OI, ' j.i 1,,n,B?u.ln,. SuUsribed and sworn to before me thN ....1 .. .. 1 ll II r. my llB w.lll ()f I,.,.. lfl,r Mv ..omnlUj. .S.U ithe enusu is not or.' but riKH- L. Beazley & Go., IteouH and nund you V just of others sion cxniies j..,, .8. ,r,i8. f5. 11 namus , C. M'Clary ivhfl Ufllltll Iim rJonu-a.- l in lnl flic Pruitt. League and uko their itifluenoe for MuniiKcr C. Uaya Foster, of the op--- -'.Tax Hcform. era house, has installed tlaee 1 Youra truly electric fans for the comfort of his W. H. Kngland, M. D. i ut HlasKw( Ky. pnUoiM tho tliQ movlni; picturu shows during hot weather of mi miner. Shows nre lioiiMf tfivini every night, aS ilrn. Duvid Dykes, a with eheeptJonnlly high class reels ofresikxit of the we.'tern puit of Pulaski fered, and they nre proving u very UNDERTAKER ANO EMBALMBfi oounty, was fnund dwd in bed. She papular direrslon for summer nights. hud been hi HI huilth fvr sorr.o time, Furniture .at'lnfl, Rum. FurniUNUHTAK&it ANO EMBALMED tnough had been akout the htM as Cume Warden Mitch llalloy. of ture Exchanged fsr m KlfHi ikual up to tho time of her rotircment Jioylo, has Hiaugrated a crusade Office PtioRo 167 Hwnr Phone IS Of StMk. Monday nlKhL ie Is surrived by u awiinst ie tlobert riflu and the gum "HQHE 41 fefjMFCflD KTWrUCKY STANF0A0. KY husband and soverul children. i sling, 6 L ; 1 To F arris' For Your "" fiUS fflft"?:., lrb Gar en Tools ii ALICE NIELSEN! nctcirsJasca.B aid Seeds.... four-year-o- Prima Donna Soprano of the Metropolitan Boston Opera Companies IN RECITAL ON THE LAST NIGHT OP &nd Great Variety And Prices Right. nino-ycnr-o- lil The Redpath Chautauqua Greatest Musical Feature Ever Announced For Any Chautauqua Program This Recital Alone Is Worth All That Is Asked For a Season Ticket rS'i-H- - ROUT & MARTIN, Concrete Engineers, car-loa- i ear-loa- 700-poun- Estimates on All Classes of Work. Block Work A Specialty. Miss Nielsen Will Arrive Here In Her Private Car, Which Has Been Named the "Alice Nielsen" by the Pullman Company. Chautauqua Week at Danville, June 30th to July 7th. ' ilv&o ,l0ncloftheJ5Kv v. r K-- n- $23,7-17.1-- WiSfer t .mzm't 'i. .. 1 - ii TpS' A SAFE SNVESTMENT PAYING 7 0' FREE FROM STATE. COUNTY AND CITY TAXES IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY. C, C. Mengel & Bro. Co. ri cumuuuu mtmw stock. ttt riivt if Mutt sioo. 200-poun- FREFERRED AS TO DOTH ASSETS AND PROFITS. Quarterly Iflvklend Date, firt Monday in Man h, June, September sun! Pmtaubtr.' lUdueniaWc a a wlh,!" r hi iri, ,u n mm , nt the ufrtfcua of V anu mraci uiwurnu. j y, lue v.otnmny ui tt APITAL1ZATION. Outstanding Authorised S1.SOO.OOO Sl.BOO.000 7 Cumulatlvo Preforrad Stock -.i - rs - Common Stock -- -- ' oar Cream i l I year-roun- n Sifter Company Important features rejrswlttit? this issue of stock may le unttnarixctl briefly us follows: 1. This stock is n lugnl investment for trust funds in tis SUttcj'; '' -of Kentucky. t '2. Tiie oomiMity lias no boMll or mortgage irolebtolrftissr :. This business was vstoblisltcd in 1S77 by C. C. Meafil ami C. R. Menipl, ami inconwratcU in lOO.'l as ('. (' Mcnfel & Hru C?o undt-- the laws of the State of Kentucky. anl hns bet-- continuously l (iunnt: the rhule perioil of 88 1. The Imsinoss of the Corrmny is theyitanufaetureo? M(lboflruiy Lumber arvl YerKvrs. ami it is the largest imjxjrtcr of MahWiVriy in the L'nitwl States- its inportion of th eutire iniortation in 101 1 u lS'.i; I.l2. IMl; 1I3. Mci: 1011. .". Tins kxal jwoceetlinjp for the issue of Ui alove I'rufurrvttfuf Stock have bc"n iasseI ujxwi by Judge Alex. P. Humphrey, and Aiuiiibnid II. Vwinj;, , of Iiuwvil'le. . 137,000 tho Imsiness nf thin Company ami . 2.S00.000 1, ' r Ktccx-sstu- AF - 1. b-i- ng PRICE SIOO A PER-SHAR- thic 1 Divjilon 1. to be A Usl. JAMES C. W1LLSOM LOUISVILLE TRUST CO. JOHN W. & D. S. GREEN LOUISVILLE. KY. 8c CO. ALMSTEDT BROS. WAKEFIELD & CO. I f Special circular giving complete details of the above issue ol Preferred Stock may be obtained, and payment of the stock may. be made at any of the above addresses. F v ; s , -- A Car of Lehigh Jus! Arrived PUBLIC SALE OF WHISKY lly of ilibtniint wnmnt. Nm. U3I from the office of John W. issued IluRhes. rollector of the 8th Intcrnnl ,livtr-i(-t nf Knntuckv. unu i... Ikvmntv iiiraiiiBt Mrs. Jennie M. Wnlknr, exe cutrix or v. P. WalKeT, I win on mun. day, July 5. 191S, nt 1 P. JL. on the distillcrv )romlss at Crab Orchard, Ky., sell to the highest bidder for cash ii' hand tv I . ka'cs :' v.iisl;y, seriproduced al nunilx'H i:t.""i nnd i:ir-, June 1U07, and upun which the bond-i- d ,... ...,.., THE GRAY ENGINE Th Best Gasoline Engine Made. jerinl h. "..rtl .111 .huh 1? now (.tared in the distillery warehouse 1 Handy For Farm Use And Simplicity Itself. Call and See It. E3JT. I P. Wull.er, reirUtereil number 81. Tho rijrht is reserved to reject nnd nnd all 1 bids. H. It. SAUFLKY, I). C. Cl-3- of Jennie M Walker, executrix of V. LkHiUlCEMENT S2S, James II. Surlier, formerly of Junction City, is under bond of $5,000 nt Atlanta. Ho is charged with frauds in the revenue business in Arkansas. Ground was broken for the !il miles of ruilrortd bctwcm Ilarbour-vill- o and Manchester. Warner & Bower, Stanford, Ky. Wil-hoi- 1 ' 4 k J. J. w ,.. ONEWMtnm V" UKUK OF BOIRBON POULTRY I ?.IEH rJDRE ...MONEY TO LEND... On Farms hi Sums of $2,000 and up. Easy Terms. Apply to , ' jBIl vHRIv PMOrf 5VJj7 rHBtfByji dowa the throat ol a gaplut lh wwini chicken, and tavea tha chick's IWa. A(w.dnpln the drinking dlro I ; Bromley & Bromley The Insurance Agents Stanford, Kentucky. , . well-know- n PREVENTS DISEASE Por lha treMtuent ol WhlLo Diarrhoea tnchlcks and other dlaea.ea hi luikcya BOURBON POULTRY watuccutea aol , CURE HAS NO EQUAL T2 One 34c bottle outci galluiia ol mciHcliw. 1