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Thli Paper stept Whti Toor That li up Watch the Date Oi Label an 4 Renew Your Sabicrlpcoi Promptly Year.-- No. Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, July 2, 1915. HUSTONVILLE HAPPENINGS i Tuesdays and Fridays MAKES GREAT SPEECH. GREAT PRIZE CONTEST ENDS JULY 17-JU- ST NOTES rr 4eHaaaaaalt OF CURRENT EVENTS DEATH OF AGED WOMAN. Doing In and Around the Pretty Cap- FIFTEEN DAYS ital of the Wett End. Mrs Ilcttie Jones, of Mt. Snlcm. in spending the week-en- d with Mm. Wm. I( Kinncv. Miss Prisrilla Newbtirn, ia visiting her mint, Mm. Rodmnti Kcei.on nt Ilarrodsburg. Tho tobacco crop looks fine and promises to make a great yield. Th acreage m about the usunl. Tho almost hourly rnins nre mnking both weeds and vegetntioti grow, but it seems that the former is beating the bitter. Mr. Combest, of the Liborty Roller Mills, wns hero this week buying wheat for his mill. Ho engaged scv-0- 1 MORE OF THE BIG CONTEST ONLY A SHORT TIME LEFT TO DECIDE TMK WINNERS OF THE LELAND PIANO OR THE TOUR TO THE PANAMA EXPOSITION AND THE TWELVE OTHER SPLENDID VACATION TRIPS. OF DOLLARS IN PRIZES HANG IN THE HALANCE. PUT FORTH YOUR BEST EFFORTS AND LET YOUR WINDUP UE A ROUNDUP OF ALL POSSIBLE SUBSCRIPTIONS. IIUN-DRE.D- S MAKE YOUR "FAVORITE" A WINNER subscribe OR renew your subscription today, from pre- SENT INDICATIONS THE OUTCOME WILL BE CLOSE AND YOUR TAVORITE CANDIDATE WILL NEED ALL POSSIBLE SUBSCRIPTIONS TO MAKE SURE OF THE PRIZE SHE MOST DESIRES. Wt$: - 1 Within fifteen ihiv it will lie over and the In; , Jo .in ll big 'i live! Tpur nml Pi lie Contest will lie a tlrng of the JxiKt. The Importance of utilising eery nvnllulilo moment Just now nniit ho too strongly rmpluioiaci). Ilonr In mind that nothing great was ever nchievotl wit limit enthusiasm. Tlu licit nilviri1 u an offer in to lo with migl anil iniiin what you ran T yonr Put our shoulder to the wheel 10,'JOO votes and with her courteous and pleiig push on, keep moving. The nice liy Old Subscription, manner has made hundreds of fnends, vigor is nlwnys on the Mile of those 10 year . . 45,800 votes not only in that locality, but through 8 earn with the most voto. 31,(500 Votes out all this section of the state. Her r. year "When the prim in won nt hut 20,500 voten friends say that she is going to take i yearn Who will count the labors pint." 15,200 votes one of live big trip anil with n .1 years Itmlixe the true value of the re11,100 votes of their liberal support, this i yearn 7,(i00 votes prediction may not be wrong, hoe in maining time at your disposal. Snatch T year 2,(500 votes making a winning cnmpuign and de oiio nnl make use of every moment of it. Let there lie no slackness, no serves libit al support from her many laziness, no procrastination don't' o HOW THEY STAND TODAY friends. put iff till tomorrow what you rniii o Following rt the standing ef nicomplish today. o of the contestants up to f'ri- KIDD'S STORE. o day, July 2nd, 1915. Pin Who Arc Your Frlrndt? Little Frank Jeffers. of Louisville Don't lie disrournged nt the apathy' o votes together or place in en- is summering with his chums here. friends. You will doubt-- ! o v elopes before depositing in of The ancient and venerable Samuel ics mcot with several who wiH plead n the luillot box. Votes may be P. Stagg if. hero with a batch of the various excuses for not extending o clipped from the paper or they Jokeymitlis' latest and best but with tluir aid to your candidate. Hear in o arc given free on both old anil out hope of ever finding a better o new subscriptions. Ask for mind that (Jd adage: brand of hair tonic than Ayer's which "Friend arc like melorH) ahnll wc o voir when paying your nub. was used nt Plymouth. o scriptious. Mr. C'has. Kdward llohon and Mrs. tell jou why? Ilohon, of Lebanon gnvc friends and To find one, you must n doten try." o o a u kinfolks n grev. and niont plea.mt Just n word about the district prizIf there i any mistake in tho coiint (surprise last wees by their visit es In many intnnce there can he of any contestant certainly fur- The up pnked up nt thin pno o: the gnme pnwont tlnte. it must roteculled to the Nishes Interior Journal of news d a rJanlo (and be to the wun very lime enori in every con- - '.,,. . ,iM. rnnlM, m.n of of intertV which never wears li-niun: niv m number of con test-- 1 ir.,., Mnn.lnv tw.vf lit.- -, I... out- - or is it enteiprKo of purveyors mi U who stnrt off with a Mg spurt Mmi.lii,B ns pubHrfied today must he of the bet reynrdleaa of age? The wlu. h they nrs unnbie to mninuin. tn(lCll ab corri.ct. metropolitan often publish "m special They Invariably loie heart and tlrop I ., . , disn.itch columns items your remlurs . . inuici.llUi " out of thv race. Now if von iret in nt .. 10,875 hnd forgotten till some enterprising tl,.., I,,rlnr.. it iK.n'l I- ,- l.mi. l,..C,r,. V etltile from Sleepy Hollow and Ja7,02fi local got in from Lancaster. you reach the spot where they left off I? J J,""0.?; 1l,r"',,-an- d 2'.M,H7ri wired them then it ti only n matter of getting A bunch of men neighbors met with pdnnrnF..rrii iu.t)2r. a few to be the oiiill' Theophilus Luko the world over adone of these valuable Mg Kuth Alf Klniikw of Cocking 118,221" miringly and fumiharly called "T" i birthdny rongrnulntions ' Take your K7,i7.ri Carpenter and paper, .ollcct' io'uTnnn .,riMiHi Mnr: , lC.SfiO Inst Thursday. Just the numerical 01 . ....... thought, put .i.w, the names .. I ikiy on the cnlenilar would ir der of that n, k if X' all prospective subscribers, m.ip oulMK It" -- JU0427G oiWy servo to prvvake protfts against fstart anew , j me territory nml fort.-.wit-h Apparent absurdity and it w folly N as I were wiui nil enmusinn, vim -iii.. vu.. in...i... i ) enter uch a "ringer" in the 11,'JSO try ' and energy ou had en the first dayaged clask'. In a thousand years on n llutonille ' Kv you thought of winning a vnhwble MJM 0,1Brta ,,,, thousand .s'miihir jovous occasion in i:i2,8ri t pre A -- live candidate doeso he hesl- - Mls Mnrk,arwt A 2 017G n ehance assemblage of same nunrber tnte lum.imcnt abnut entering nice MM phristine Lair tluu 50 many voca "r.n'knn fit is nnpt-iblnt this time The vfetcH piled ap by tions, avocations, trades lines of busKin MotlnU, some of fhe I.mcKts dook iut appear 'Mjl (;ract. Thompson '112,230 iness, occupations ntid accomplishupp.illing by any meann. Iluwe who, ments could be found. Stanford. Ky. racw nnii hnve beenjr!) nrn low in the The of leisure (loafer) Walter Jones 201.975 lawyer, gentlemnn doctor, m.vklng plans carefully enn jump dentist, j.;VIl t;,n,irl the (factors' top in a few days of ptieat, greatest beiieficinry the the Patience C'almese U2,82r. partner an1 unil intelligent vvork. his chief assistant the Mi iuoy jlmer inrtjey 294,975 undertalr, Who Will B. The Wmner.7 .M,M Peek, lt-- 3 138.95H druggist, his apologist and comforter The iwxt Wteen days will show j; lM pnlim Switt. K1:11,975 the preacher, the grocer, dry goods "Whon who, ami why." Thvre won't sins f).i F.irmer, 12.800 merchant, the plumber, the tinner, the , government official, the politician, thi about the, be much nuestion, howevi-WynrburB. Ky im 9t,325 cnmliilale, the actuary, the under"uy 01oe11. mom vmio si.iiiu hiiney'iMiks fota Singleton Aliss Spshia Muncie win .'10.125 writer, actor, the raconteur, the elec mifr sunpiy oeriisr Imivh put in tho strongest, hanlest, Miis Marv Warriner 15,975 trician, the telephone boss, tlxj teachmost parsittent and mot effective Miss Mabel Wright, 1M 1,825 er, the horseman, mule man, catUe man, herder, trader, soldier, gardener, work. TUtt's tho answer to every Mt. Salem, Ky, tobacconist, miller, our nation's suiery as to the reason of anyone' Minn Nannie McKinnev . 2 1(50,225 perlative sucker end the world's greatDISTRICT NO. Miecess. days will also est benefactor The Modest Farmer The next fiftenn Lanciirtrr, Ky, re a few furnish every contestawt a liretty fairiMihs Florence Uawes 22,750 Grimily Imrricdlv diHied olf. Madam puts ban on of line on who their real fmndVnre. It Miss Stella I'omclv 255,075 xjieciiii.inoiis m nuaiy tines, so 11 can will give them an opportunity to, Paint ITiok, Ky, (5,(575 only be said that could Iaulliis and out." You will probably .ljs Loui-- Rice "weed them Epicurus have joined the banqueters Brodhcd, Ky. receive support friin many unxpoot-e- d sourer and fr.r! where you mst Miss Ada Ward 108,50 the feast of their days of leeks, lenexjiected to find it. This nmy be some- Mi; tlwa Fable 07,875 tils and lambs vcr which poets rhapsodized, would be agreed but a Danville, Ky. what disappointing but don't mind it kitchun-gardu- n meal for hur-ve- 291,975 If you stop to figir-.- a monient, you Miss F.liznboth Dye Ivnmls in contr.ist. When dish af(53,825 can rcmlly ve that every contestant Miss Jov Taylor 29 1,975 ter di.th had been eaten and guest", Kthttl UuH Schndel Is "up ngainst" just the very same Mi too ftkH fer utteianc. a mlettee, seriJunction Cit. Ky. preporiMon. Juwt dig hi to the nuxt 110,325 ous, koJcmn, almost funeral was nil fricml and keep going. You can't af- Mi, Ger4iude Richardson pervasive in nppreheasioii that Slirrity City, Ky ford to allow 1111 v thing to tliscmirage 157,475 "courses" had been substituted for von now, after having gone thus far. Miss Fxnily Murphy tho conventional wnx tnpers to desigLiberty, Ky, It would be the height of folly to get 73,(550 nate the host's anniversaries. discMiiragotl at llws stage of thu game. Miss Maggie Brown The Oos Roads Matrons have half Who lire the successful ciiiuHikites? a century "held the age" over all conLATEST WAR NEWS. LUwaya the live. aggrei.ive, never-- " testants for gustatory and gnstrenem-i- c say die folM who always go into every Draft of the Get man reply to the thing they undertak -- nil nil the vim American note on the sinking of the herexcellence and aids areCarpenter, cook and thwir conceded and deteiniination they are cupable of I.usitania are m the hands of Emper- preeminence. .Mav we live to exchange commanding. They throw themselves or William at army headquarters. Km- - co for T.8 chcir nt least BIIltuationil wluiMv nml lusirtilv into the htrugule. leior William' decision IS expected f a ,Vlf te"tur longer oelah. Thev insniie their friends with cmi- - !' n . time for the presentation of , the , .. . . . ..-- , -. t Iiuence ny invir uahiiii'iw .Ki ..n noie 10 mnaH.nuor iieiaiu on juiy Entertains Dixie Rook Club. erlastingly at it. Whatever fricml, or;r or July (. Theie is little appre-friend- s, Mrs. Harry Hill was hostess of tlw entered you in this contest hention that complications will aiise expected jou to get burfy and tryibeteen thu United States and (Ser- Dixie Rook Club on Thuralay afterThe home was decorated for ve ur level best to win. If you don't 'many over tho sinking of tho Armu-"liiak- e noon. good" with them thoy will be nian, lis it has developed that thu the occasion in large vases of sweet peas and iinstuitiums most artisticnllv 111 iih miK'h disappointed as you will ship was carrying contraband; wns the kervice of tho lliitish Admiralty; arranged. Tho hostess was assisted your. Don't iillow this. had refused U heed warnings to ktop in cutei tabling by Mrs. Wm. Dozier Friends We Speak to You. Misses I.oulsu Lynn, Nellie to is Ber 111 mind that ityour still any- - tmid attempted night escape. Indica-bod- and and Rachel Hill. Delightful Wilt,hat tho United son Hint fivorito ions were last race ((insisting of an ice iimv just as vvoll win as to loss il ou .States would take over the Sayville murse was kerved at the conclusion ami jour fiitnds nml acquii'iiUim on wireless plant. of tho games. The following guesth will pitch in ami male these last few I Tho diivo of tho Austro-Gcrmupresent: Mrs. W. It. Todd, Mi si. Here days fairly hum with your industry, 'armies from Galicla into Poland is J. i:. Wright. Mrs. Alfied Pence, Mrs. Make up your mind that your fnvorito daily becoming 111010 formidnblo. Walter Saundeis, Mrs. Sheltun Snu-(leis going to bo one of the winners and .Theso iiimles mo only 100 miles from Mrs. Hay Foster. Mrs. O. then proceed to put that determlna- - 'the great Russian biibc xrest Lilovsk, Hold, Mrs, James Harris, Mrs, J. J. T. Into effect. Get nut union!; your linked with Warsaw by important Hill. .Mrs. Jay Ilowenstcin, Mis. G. G. tiou friends and acquaintances and hustle ruilways. Fighting nhmg the Guila Perry, Mrs. K. J. Hiovvn, Mrs. R. T. us you never did before. Stir up every L1ni Hiver has not aliuK'd. Captures llri.ee, Mis. W. C. Shanks, Mrs. Ann ainiies in nie in your by tho body wlia Is at all Inture-.teMrs. iiinrii.v' .nMin.'.Ii'ti and ret them Juno amounted to 19 1,521 ollioers ami Jim Kngluman, Mis. Win. Dozier, WalWilliams, Mioses Lucv Lee men. to belli von ton, Lylo Cooper. I.evlsa Harris, LotAthens dUpnU'hcs bay the Allien tie Cnrson, Mary K. McKennev, Lucile It Is leally wonderful what nn and widespread Interest is being liavo takon tho TurkUh btronghobl of Cooper, Elizabeth Matheny, Kuto Dataken ni tlw contest. Nothing can Kntlria, on tho Gallipoli Pealasula. vis Riiiioy mid Mist Gertrude Illnt-k- . overshadow it In the amount of pub-liGerman submarinen have again of Uarlmurville. arousing. In all circle struck uguuibt llritish cruft in linmo interest it is in uU cJnssos, one hcuis thin cotiieat Wnter. The Admiralty report that For Hay fever or Attbma. tali.ed of. So much interest is being tho Lightning, u torpedo boat dcstioy Many pciswiH dread July on tic will hnve no trou-bi- o or. was damaged by a torpedo or a count of hay fever. Foley's Honey taken in It Unit you in securing subscriptions if you mine, ami that fourteen of tho crew and Tar Compound is iccognissc! ns show tho people that you ate in oar-ne- nre missing. Thu llritish steamer tho ideal remedy for hay fever and mid tho bark TliMtlebank were nstnmn. It heals ted rooth.es tho rnvv and want to win. Mink. Vote Offer Repeated. Second tin oat and onfoa the choking .,PHntion. It nlbivtl liiflnmnitiltfiti unil The wcond big Voto Offer which W. T Waggurer, of Fields, Trxa. iHtntion nnd lui'ii-- . -- jsvhas boon in force for the past ten iintinal days will be jepeated so that candi-iha- s ... nuichtuod from the King ranch l.ioathinir. For nile bv all dpalon, . ..... .... ...iu nnru nil), L'f.... ..111.. 'P..u l ,nw nnhJiH., mm il.. ..1........ v isv. ,ni riinsviuv, mil (luies win miiiii 1...I uihhuh iiuuu stock calves at mi uvcrnge in then i'?riptit u.'iloi this mam- Sunford OrcSettra Will Play. . J ho toiiowtng (W $.77, a total of $11,000. moth He The Stonford orchehtiii, romposoi kihudiilo of vote will be in force uu of sevcr.il voung fen of th city, will Make your "Kavarite" liappv by make mu"lc the Miwaboo plnaie til 9 o'elock Monday, July 12th. This subscription toduy. to be iven ist Wayno Jiurt; tomorrow in poritively your list chance to tulj handing her your - l. Miss Elizabeth Dye, Dnnville, Ky. advantage of thin big vote offer for Among the nio-- t nitivu eandul.itcs the halunre of the contest, the vote in Hie big Travel lour and Prize Con schedule will he muih lower. tort, none nre working harder for the ( npitul Prize than Mis l.liznheth New .Subscription 10 yearn 127,800 Vol on Dye, the attrnctivc young lady whom 8 years 97,200 votoa photo Is given nbove. Without a doubt 7. your BO, 100 voter "lie Is going to make some or her comI your 4(5,880 voten petitor" hustli for the Firnt Prize on :i ywirn 31,200 Vote July 17th Miss Dve is unploycd in vonrs . .. 21,(500 votes the Hub Deparment Store nt Danville large procession followed the remains of Mr. John Dinwiddle to their last resting place in tho Hustoriville Cemetery Wednesday. Wheat is making n good yield In this end of the county, and the farm-ehave much to bo thankful for In the wsiy of good crops generally. Manv of our citizczns have been notified to move their -- irc bnck olf the of the turnpike, nml some of them nre sore bectiusc they will have to do so. The old maids nnd bachelors will give an entertainment nt Alcorn' a house on the evening of July 9th. The piocced will go to the Christian churth. A splendid attraction is promised and the public generally is invited to attend and help good caiisu. Your money. worth is prom-NoA right-rif-wny on-er11 al ciop. oooooouuooooooooo The death of Mrs. Sarah C. Cnmp-becarried sorrow to the heart of every one who knew the excellent woman. We deeply sympathize with her sons in the loss of mnn's best friend his mother. Rev. J. W. Henglc. of the Ilnptist church, spoke touclfingly at the grave Thursday afternoon. It is no umisunl sight to Dee three e or four wagon loads of chickens, eggs and other country produce pass through horo to Mr. Mcrri-ma- n nt Morelnnd. He is nn extensive produce dealer and is n great help to the house wives of this section. Iiy the way, he is making money out of his business ami deserves to do so. ll two-hors- WIN AND LOSE ONE oooooooooonoooo Stanford Team Get Even Break With Lancaster and Huttonville. With Hicks pitching superh ball, and nt nil times given hue support by his team mates. Stanford easily whitewashed the Garrard county boy on last Friday nt I.anciistw. The game was interesting thruout ami some fast plays were pulled ofr. Our boys did not faro so well with Hustoiwillc on Saturday. Hicks, pitching for held the lotxil boys to five hits, while the visitors accumulated ten, coupled with the half dozen errors bv Stanford, cnnblo4 them to ret a lead which Stanford could not overcome. The locals go to Paint Lick Saturday for a gama with the fust team of that place. FoWwing are the box scoros of the two games: Stanford S Lancatler 0. AH R H PO A E Lancaster 1 1 0e 40 Tntcm, If . Hus-tonvil- le i" war-rantw- pocor kuhM-riptioi- ir cll J".' coii-im- toj, ,8 Herron, lb Schuler, p :M!er. cf Ware. 2b Joseph, rf Total Stanford Hril. If Singleton, ss S. Hmbry lb .Myers, c Ends, 3h Hickk, Kiffe, 11 Webb, 3b Lawson. ss Smith, c. 4 J 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 .1 3 4 0. 2 1 3 . 113 ..300100 3 3 3 0 10 8 2 1 ' 1 0 0 ...101220 10 0 lu-Ki- e 30 0 4 27 15 4 AU K II PO A E -l H-- Jl .... tp Perkins. 2b Walton, cf, Overstreut, ..100241 ... rf 4 ... 3 4 1 1 ... ... 5 5 5 5 4 fl 1 110 12 3 1 0 0 2 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 39 0 10 02 3 4 1 0 rf 0 3 12110 00 1 6 I Uul-Cor- pros-wit-da- y, 0 10 5 13 27 21 Total Innings 12 3 4 5 0 7 8 9 1 0 12 0 8 0 Stanford 00000000 ancaster hits, Hrcks, Summary Two-bas- e hits. Wnre and Schuler: three-b.ip- e rtiffe niul Singleton; struck out, by Hicks 9. bv Schuler 7: faise on bads, ntf Hicks 1: of Schuler 2; sacrifice hits. H. Myers.; double plays, Siigleton to rerKins to s. r.mnry; sioien iasu. Jatiin, WaUoi i, l.awson. 105 00 M.-ci- Huhtonville Rilfe. ss C. Myers, lb Kails, 3b II. Myers, c . Stagg. 2b Huttonville G Stanford 5 1 AR R .4 . . 3. H PO 4 4 4 1 1 1 Dunn, cf Weddle. Hicks, p 0 0 0 0 Ilurton, If Totnl Stanford Hill, 2b rf . Murphy, cf .. .. 0 .37 AH R (5 1 V Ai-v- .. . 1 0 1 Wnlton, If Oversti ect, Thompson, Lepliew, p C. Hill, S. Kmbry. Sinrlclon. ss Perkins, 3b e 4 27 13 PO A 23 24 1 lb 4 .4 .. 4 .4 .. .. 0 1 5 . 2 9 2 0 0 1 y' nl rf tf 1 3 3 3 0 1 n v, I Austio-IIunguria- 33 3 5 27 Id ( 2 3 4 fi u V a v L Huktonvrllo 10 0 1 1 0 3 0 0 J 0 0 0 2 0 0 (I u 1 Stanford e uiib. n. .uyera Summary n Mv.9 S iiL'Ieton and nation: home-ruStagg; stolen lusei), Eads and Walton; btruck out, by Hicks 11, by Lephow 7; buso on nans, on 2, off Hicks 1. Tonl Inn nrs two-bas- Happening! The Country Over Told Gov. E. J. McDermott Addretiet Talr Mm. Campbell. One of Weil EnJ'. In A Tew Wordi. Crowd In Maiterly Manner Oldest Women, Pallet Away. Mm Hardin Atherton, living near Mm. wan not Ilodgenville, was struck by ligthning dn Considering thnt itnil busy, court died at Snrnh C. Cnmnbell. ni?P.I 81. hor home near Hustonvllle nt md the farm cm an unand killed. usually large crowd appeared at the 10 o'clock Wednesday mnrnlnir of T. II. Illakely, of Irvine, republican, court house Tuesdny nfternoon to troubles incident to old nge. The buhas withdrawn as candidate for Attor- hear Hon. K. J, McDermott, of Louis- rial occurred In the Hustonville rrm. ney General. ville, present his claims for the Dem- ctcry Thursday nfternoon nftcr touch Mm. Lnurn Peavlcr, will be tried for Governor. at Ilarrodsburg July fith, on the ocratic nomination ts an orator of ex- ing words nt the grave by Rev. J. W. Heagle, pastor of the Hustonvllle linn. Gov. .McDermott ihurgc of murdering her husband. ceptional ability and was given rnpt tist church. A large number of Tho Rapid Transit Co., of Lexing- attention from friends nnd neighbors were nrpsent start to ton, has installed n freight line be- mnde an excellent impres-Mon- finish nnd to pny the Inst sad tribute to tho tween Cnmpbellsville and Columbia. other things he fluid thnt if the Among beloved dend. Demo-crat- a Frank Gilcher has sold his interest Mrs. Cnmnbell's nuabnnd tirppeitml hoped to win, n conservative in the Shop Perfect lit Danville to his man must hend tho here to the grave nenrly 40 years ticket. partners, C. P. Cecil, Jr., nnd W. S. had ever been elected, an is proven njo, but two sons nre left to mourn by the cncs of Clay, Wtflister. Illainc the loss of n devoted mother. Thev Pleasant J. Potter, aged 95, is dead nnd Hrynn. nre Messrs. W. J. Campbell and C. E". ,, .1 . at Howling Green. He bore the He explained in detnil the dutie re- r'M..l...ll niniueii. r...i uiiuounucii sympainy is of being the oldest man in quired of the governor nnd said that felt for them. hm county. Deccas6d wns n member of the BapJudge James II. Mulligan of Lex- their proper performance required tist church nnd hart neen for many ington, died nt midnight ns the result training and experiencu. years. She removed to Hustonvllle He thinks the county unit law, of a stroke of npoplexy. Hi wife died present conditions, is tho best so- from Cnmpbcllsburi' five vears neo a fuw days ago. problem nnd dur- - but had never moved her membership. bult for n receiver tho Phoenix- - lution of the liquor OI She mnde many friends since her "K lno ,c:!,.lnt."r.c' lollico Coal Company, of Laurel cnun- V.as "sl"" to Hustonvllle nnd her death is uovcrnor did nil in the occasion of much sadness there " has been instituted In the United "f; power to nmend and norfect the nnd elsewhere. Stntes Court at Newport. M. M, Logan hud no opposition for law, nnd in the nppointmunt, of comtho democratic nomination for At- mittees on the subject, selected men News of the Churches. friendly to cause of temperance. torney General nnd has tieon given Tho senate, the his Rev. C. II. Greer will prench nt nt solicitation, adoptthe certificate. Ho is in a class all by ed n rule that abolished the visible Logan's Creek next Sunday at 2:30 himself. p. m. Let all concerned take notice A. J. Stair, of Knoxvillc, will re- work of the lobbyists. The question of insurlince will be ns this is an exchange of regular days pair nnd improve the court-hous- e at Lawronceburg at a contract price of before the next legislature for solu with Neal's Creek. Christian Endeavor nt the Christion nnd it mnv prove to be a diffi$3 1,722. problem. Insurance enn only be tian church Sunday evening at (5:45. Seven miiMiipmcn have been plnred cult now on account All members nre urged to be present under ntrcst as the result of the haz had been agreed to of the fact that ns new officers will be elocted for tho ignore tho tires. ing probe begun at Annapolis since it has ent Inw until tho nembling of the following six months. tho "cribbing inquiry began. The Chiistian, Methodist, PresbyA billion-dolla- r trade balance thq next legislature. of taxation nnd The question other terian nnd Ilnptist churches of Ilargreatest in American history was rerodsburg, nre nrranging for the celecorded in favor of the United States state problems were discussed 111 n bration of the 500th anniversary of masterly mannwr. in the ficnl year just closed. the martyrdom of John Huss, Sunday. Gov. McDermott is unquestionably Added strength has been given elecAt the Christiun church Sunday, tion fraud prosecutions of thu Govern- a man of great nbility and his speech July 4th. Sunday School at 9:30 A. mnde him votes. ment by the Sivprame Court decisions U addition to the office of Lieu- M., Preaching at 10:15, C. E. Meetin the grand fatter ckmo cases. (5:45. Union ing Arnold, Jr., wshose fnther tenant Governor, which he now holds, Rev. at II. Greer willService nt 7:45. Vincent C. preach the serhe used to live here, full out of a sleeper in has represented Jefferson county mon. the leitislature. nnd was in the con on his way to Kentucky from berth At the Methodist church next Sun- stitutional convention, nnd wns one of Iiirmfagham nnd broke his nose. ,'av Sunday school r). E. McQuenrv lurs been appoint- the most effective members of that 9:.i0 the m. Preaching will meet nt a. bv the pastor ed postmaster of Pitro KHt to succeed body. m Gov. KPV'orth LeaKue at introduced the republican incumbent. McQuenry Hon. McDermott was paid high by- li1'0'45 -" Everybody most cordially mtrib- .' :1."' ".-J. H. Paxton, who is nn man and a good uto to tho distinguished guest. The ,lnv't?'!: . democrat. institute, the fir- -t ever held W. L. Langfonl, prominent citizen two have been friend" for vears and . " Greene county, is n..,v in session at knowing Gov Mclicrmott ns he does. of Richmond and chairman of the Creek church near Greens-chose- n democratic county committee, suffer- it wns fitting that Mr. Pixton was Trammel; um!er he, auspices of the to present him to the nudience. W?: J1 'fL, ed n stroke of paralysis of the entire ! Haptuts. institute will continue right side. throughout the week. . MUs Wnrren conditions in Mexico City, Serious Miss Jennie Wnrren entertained with mobs loeting and rioting, were F,re P"vention Meeting. epar;ment dis- with a sewing nartv nt her home on described in State patches Wednesday night, brought Danville street Wednesday nfternoon. I An important fo.iture of the in?pec-i- n honor of Miss Ilnllie Hocker. of ,tion of Stanford to be made July 8th, capital toiVera Cruz by from th Kansas City, guest of Mrs. Tom Rice. by the members oh trie State Fire courier. A number were kept away on Association, will be the dynamited three "Regulators" count "nuir beer" houos at Providence at the of the downpour of rain just- .nublic meeting to be held at the court appointed time, but those pre- houe at 2:30 P. M. All property own-sennd Iledford Vinson, whu was nlseep spent n most enjoyable after- - ers nnd every person interested in the in anc of the buildings, was blown to the top of the hoase, miraculously es- noon. Delicious ices nnd cakes were reduction of the fire waste of tho served during the afternoon. Thoe country nnd the betterment of tho caping fatal injiftsV. present were: Mrs. C. E. Tnte, Mrs. community is invited. .Short, e More than 7,0o persons represent Tom Rice, Mrs. W. ' made by some of the visiting in- ,. ing North Cnrolma, Tennessee, Vir-- li .irs. spectators, the general roxuks ef the ICanuckv. ernthered at Cum-- 1 1.:..?"" ."a: iUI?: - "'" b.aulc-v"'" ?nans Y.rs- urn renningion.. May's vvork will be made known and berland Gan to "narticimrte m the un-. - .urs. joe : nice. .vim. r ...j: .niM c,,.,..nat;a ill be made ns Mnry to the general fire protection of the ing the entry f Doniul Hooae nnd tha Mrs. II . R. Saufley and Mi Bruce. town and the individual hazards that first jxirty of pioneers iivto Kentucky d Plirns for a now bridge across the Stakes Ta Remain Open Till July 30. may be discovered. This is a work on the part of the Fire Kentuckv River beiwee Favettc and no Knights ef Prevention Association, nnd its beneThe directors oS Mmlison counti to cost approximately $150,1400, anil te be a part of the Pythias Fair, to be held at Stanford, fits will be greatly increased if the August 18, 19 and 20, have decided to citizens turn out to learn how they eastern branch of the Dixie Highway their own lives and was the principal point of discussion hold open the stakes mat were to can at a conuieiitte at r.exipgton between close July 1, until July 20, in order property nnd protect and advance the that all who want to enter their colts, business interests of the community. County Judgo F A. DuIIock, affkials of the highway association and repre- saddle and harness stock may have tho oppoitunity of doing se. A good sentatives of- Jladiseu ( on(y. Capt. J. B. Willis Loses Sister. many entries have already been mnde, Mrs. Elizabeth March, aged 79, died (11 if Am jU 4 Alf rrVif If iiiilininnu Retelutiont on Judg Magee't Death. k, i?ive the storWmnn n little l.m'ra- - to t Richmond after n long illness Win vveck. Some months ago she fell and To olllccrs and members of Crab enter the stakes fractured n lee. which had kent her in Orchard Lodge No. 108, I. O. O. Ff. !n serious condition. She was the wid- we your committee on resolutions beg Are You Feeling Fit? to make the following report: fow of John March, nnd an excellent Do you envv the maw ir woman of woman. Deceased was a sister of Capt. Whereas is has pteasad an un wise unt"-- ; ., eneuv. i..ii'tig l.i'tjv rd hap- Joe B. Willis, Providence to lemovo from our midst of Crab Orchard our wormy and beloved brother, py disposition? All tiieso depend upon Springs. The burial occurred at Rich-nun- d good health, ami good hcaliti is imJudge J. C. Mjiv'co. Thursdny afternoon. Rasolved. That by the doath of our possible when trie kidneys me diseaslodge has Wt a faithful ed. Foley Kidney Pills help the kidbrother this Wanted Now. and useful member and thu order nn neys east out poisons thnt cause backRight now. when buy fever is atenthusiastic Odd Fellow ache, rlH'iimatism, nnd other symp- tacking its victims and when asthma irdent and and his family a kind nnd indulgent toms of dangerous kidneys and blad- is causing to much distress, there is husband and fnther. And te them the der ti oirbles. For bale by all dealers. a demand for Foley's Hossy nnd Tar members of this ldge extend their Compound the remedy that brought deep heart felt sympathy and may the Maccabee Picnic At Waynesburg. lelicf to thousands in previous years. God of love and mercy deal kindly The Jraccabee Teni or VT.iyncsburg Do'it continue to suffer. It will help vviHi them is our prayer. will zive a big picnic at thnt place to- you. Contains no opiates. For sale by Resolved That in this death tins morrow, Saturday. A niwnber of all dealers. (nmmunit,v has lo.st im honornble nnd sneakers will be on hand and much useful citizen, the town 11 ftur and will be who attend4 Declared Six Per Cent. just judge whose plaoe wIM not be have a done to make all a number good time, tjuve The Waynesbujg Deposit Bank easily fined. Peace to his ashes. from Stanford will go over and take its usual six per cent dividend Resolved. That the members of part in the day's exercises. June 30th and carried a small amount this lodge wear their usual badge for to the surplus fund. President L. G. th space f 30 days. Will Observe 4th on 5th. Gooch. Cashier E. L. Gadberry and Resolved. That the resolutions be The 4th of July falling on Sunday, tho directors of this institution are spread upon our minute book. A copy postof fice nnd harrks will observe managing it well and the stock is hard cut to the family of our departed the brother and be published in the In- the 5th, which is Monday. The former to get at any price. terior Journal and Kentucky Odd Fel- wilt be open nt 8 nnd 11 A. M.. but tho banking institutions will be closed I To Speak On Battle of Gettysburg low ,.,.,- - Vnx i!oM,itt. tho All of whiuh is respectfully submit- us ugi.v as eiums 1111 uay. ine rest 01 j ,. ' , .v, tne business houses win be open as , 1 i ,,,,1 0MVU.. ted in F. L. and T. lltUIW .11 illV .Nuuiuuilia, usual. It. H. HRONAUGH, on the Battle of Gettysburg at Crab GEORGE H. LYNE, Fair Catalogues Ready In Two Weeks. Orchard Springs baturday afternoon. M. M. PERKINS. Committee. A crowd will more than likely gather The catalogues for tho Knights of to hear this remarkable man. Pythias Fair will be out in about two Rare Treat for Stanford People. Persons wishing premium lists Tax Books Here. Miss Kmimi Noe, mezo soprano, as- weeks. groat exhibition, can get them sisted by MibS Herta Jean Penny, vio of the Mr. J. G. Woatherford, "high bher-iff- " however, by calling on tho becretary lin, Miss Elizabeth Higgins, soprano, of Lincoln countv, whispered to Miss Esther Hurch, rwider. Miss Km-il- at the Interior Jour.nl office, or ad- us this morning thnt ho had received dressing him there. Gnithcr, pianist, and Miss Mary his tax books and would nccommodate Hirrins. nrcompanlst. will uivo a con all those who wanted to get their tax Judge Richardson, If You Please. receipts. ceit on next Thursday evening at the Gov. McCteary has appointed our proGriidedSchool Auditorium. Tho will go to the Woman's Club friend, W. T. Uichardson. of Junction ceeds You would feel mighty mean if to bo used in buying books for the City, police judgo of that town to your favorite candidRXe lost a valulibrary. These young ludios are nil succeed G. W. Pipes. The selection able prize just for lack of tho votes mtiblclans and is an excellent one. highly accomplished your subscription would bring. Don't or renew this promises to lie a rare treat fur let thU happen but subs-rib- e Contest doses Saturday July 17th. your subscription Stanford. Admission 25c. It . (;ic un-(f- ar t. Ent-tain.- , nt I talks-vvtl-b- U.'-Ur"u- .. S'", SW public-spirite- safe-guar- d - e M I ' sV M 1 J " '? I 51 s i !! ,... Li, v no-ti- i- st Lo-m- Day. They Write Ev-Every day Foley & Co., receive let- ter fiom grateful men and women, telling how Foley Kidney Pilrs cured ilw,i nt lmrkiifhu. sore muclcs. stiff joints ami other kidney and bladder troubles, is very qui 10 renew lumbago and riieumatibm due to kidney trouble. No other remedy has longer recow or cures, ror "nm - r y 11 u leady for business Moirla) and share of your patronage, piomlsing good nnd prompt service. Our place of business is bacK 01 1110 old oiycrs House und thure we will bo glad to terve you duy or night with rigs of various kiiitks or automobiles. Leave vour horhcs with us for feed or hitch. They wiH be well cared for. Mastcm a"-- Livery Will Be Open Monday, We will have our livery open und THE INTERIOR JOURNAL'S TRAVEL TOUR AND PRIZE CONTEST This Ballot Must Be Voted on or Good for 25 Votes FOR, vouress Before July 10th h Howyer. Who ,lt rpltr 1 cr's imly hpe how Ihv WhHii-Court. 'Vrnl iuiit'l u (i". wlt 1' tvo teufay !n oioor tiwt tho suio wVfci ared. HecV h e - " Hjt Weithsr Opprenet. M hot 'on f(I ulit'Cvvsed, dull and U ro ,1 ert and Ifinguid do.not U rll on the wif'hor. Heat will H' ' f'J r) . . t rif'ft i'r I y 1 liidiu-.'mc'i.i- fr Columbu.n Thrue man and w?n- herd tn gruail jury f ty in cor nteSM1 '! t ":v ' ' - ' ' ') t'f UJ - u. .mwri 1, 4. y Hhj Ms .'sXNllJI, iL bowels Kole ' ..ttiaitie TnbloU l"ih'"e-tto- n constipn- nnd iMs'iao btout portons of lt4vy feoJiiiB. Vov Mile "o in f th ... ..DISTRICT No.. ... "! 1 This Coupon, when neatly cut out and brought or mailed to the Contest Department of the Interior Journal will count for the person whose name U written thereon. Contestants should clip and save the coupons and gt their friends to do likewise. (Not gjed after the date above inentfo.ted.'). jfl t.i ftf wtttrMr Yc fin. - !'.', i'.tiMi, SJ'5KIE" risujn 3ESa-- M "r i .S) lli MmuS&i.. j M QUKKM , The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, July 2, 1915. Honor Roll Bank. OUR AIMS. ployc Thejfalerior JpMnil WAUTON A PAl'Fl-r.V- . KJltnr tilMnCfra l.V AIIVANCK 100 A TKAK i BTHirrr.Y meil mullet The constant aims of the officers and of this bank are: em- - IK t , The nrre't of Huerta and hi rmrt-nc- r, Orozco, nt VA I'nso should do ."omcthiiiK liy the way of restoring confiTo repay their confidence in us by d fnith to the that the United States government is kecninir dence in thorn. n Keen oc on the .Mexican .situation. Uion BANK There vnto n protest it wasHuertn was LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL allowed land, hut evident to the thoughtful that Huerta cnuui not be lield up when thera was no charco Stanford, Ky of any character against him. That he has been under surveillance since his , COURT "CORNER NEXT fs evident; and that IfMidinp, he was arrested may he taken as very good jHOof tiiat tlie government had Capital. $100,000; Surplus $100,100. warrantable cause t net. While no Resources $520,000.00. body would want tins government to PROIttWENT MAN Vice-PreJ. B. Paxton, W. 11. Shanks, Pres. become entangled in the .Mexican imPRAISES TANLAC broglio, it ft well that we should do J. V. Rochester, Asst. Casfcier. V. M. Bright, Cashier. our part in Wincing about peace in Stale Superintendent of Printinc d rcpumic. thnt Voluntarily Pays Tributo To New Remedy. Shrton. of Geomin. is al leged to have mid in New York flinf nobody asked for a pardon for Leo Frankfort, Ky., July 2. A high Frank and hence he got none, or State officinl is one of those who words to that effect. As Gov. Slaton come forward voluntarily to ami nis had tke power to pardon Frank it voice to the chorus of prnic for Tan-lacwas not necessary what a request be he raid recently. "I had a believed made. If the K. Glenn, State Superintendent him innocent and fnilci! to pardon of Printng, vhofc office is in him when he had the opportunity, MAIN seems t us his conscience would hurt I think 1 had tried every remedy him almost as much as he said it there is before I lcarnod about Tan-lacthv. condemned man would, had he let he said reccnly. "I had a cahang. We give little credence to the tarrhal affection, and could sleep very nlltml pw York interview. The ex- - little because I swallow ci tho accregovernor has preserved his equilibrium tions from my throat. Of a morning through the parlous times too wen 10 I wake from n troubled slumber with his mouth in that a choking sensation, and would cough Your sulwiption m.iy be the"One' go and "shoot-fT- " fashion as soon as he gets away from and pit nearly all day. needed to win for your "favorite. home. "As soon as I began taking Tnirlac Have you renewed yet? I had Col. T. P. Walton, of Lexington, I experienced an improvement. medicine returned this week from a trip little faith at first that I any the more Ox- $100 Reward, $100 through Southwestern Kentucky in would help me, and so am say word lMwt! l "111 Thf interest of his race for the democratic ready ami even cutter to As n arule I tram fwlrr. nt Istbl t mt ! ! N- -n ibk on. dn silwl Oiwsw nomination for Secretary of State. He about tins preparation. ! ' "" iir and unwilling to girc that iil.twrIbsi Isiimb am nturtta ure ih1 is highly pleased with his prospects in my conservative to anybody or any'lr, IK'W ki.on - Ibr lMU endorsement I. tb ,!r gnen that part of Kentucky and was fnlM-nlln.iliui..il t.urrti an InstlliMI s cenMltnllniisI many pledges of support from parties thing, but this is my exceptional case I Inl Awtir, II" ears is gone, 11.11. Cutirrh Cr I. I.s.n let. malljr to be for hira. The iching in he was not expecting l srt w ! mttmn- of lh fmimlstl. n nre rapiuiy sleep roundly, and the accumulation- fllrMtl. npn I.rftlir t .jil.ui. Democrats of hentucKy .Iniijllli and throat has uisap-.u- .f tfc. atMS.r. twl rl.lnr th coming to the - conclusion that some of I in my noe '' EN- I In iMit lt mwllMII" v,n,,t.l ).. ii.n tninearcd. I want others to know how lawDaHdlx ! It wu,k Tbv "'! .I.tln lijtf c.... ..rr.lliv; ui..i v...." ilrli t. r ttr " Tar-laha done me." nll f. si r.i tl.f It to nwh Ultti In it who have borne the heat and bur much good men lrB llu.lr.l fur Hat f" that Tanlac is now being introduced in pSrr to ntr. Seed IwlUr. of ntlm.lal. don of the party for years ana refall, u. e of work and Stanford at the Penny drug store. It membering the a.mtfm r J. cnr.xr.v a. en, t. Sold to all Ifurjl't. TV devotion to the cause of Col. Walton, TURNERSVILLE. Takr llall'a Isrtllr till. f'T contlatloo. it is not strancc that they are plcdg- The farmers arc all busy pfter the ng him their, suffrage in the coming m primary. nice ram. Mr. Allen Gaines wn the guet of Judge Lewis L. Walker, of Iincas-ter- . MihS Bertha Wray Sunday afternoon Here's What You who made an excellent circuit STANFORD. Jesse Mason and Givens Mason atfudge, has announced for the repul-'iin- n tended preaching here Sunday night. The People's Market Place Adver-Yo- u nomination 'or lieutenant Mr. nnd Mrs. Powell nre receiving lUve to Sell tise What .Imlre Walker is a brilliant congratulations arrival of u voung man and the acquaintance that hamUomc little over the daughter. She has POSTED. John Herzog. the race will gain for him will be of named Elizabeth. Posted Anton Tona. benefit. Of course he never expects been Misses Mattie Florence antl May me in hp liputennnt irovernor. nor does Wedding Promts at Mueller.' anybody believe that he will. He Dunnaway, Bertha Wray, Claudia Store, Stanford. wants a little surcease from his lu- Mercer and Ida Mercer attended Suncrative law practice and prefers to day School here Sunday. nlav nolitics during his vacation rath Those who attended the birthday " i "' !' B'J-'Cherry Store T1 ' FOR SALE. JtV j, yf MFC er than hike out to the mountains or dinner given by Mr. Jeo Mason nt tures. Mrs. Gilcher, Danville. some other summer resort. Maywood Sunday were: Mr. Wallace FOR RENT. House and lot on Alabsma has returned to State Gooch, Misses Bcsie and Hazel wide, which went into effect nt mid Gooch, Sabra Powell and George Darst street. Apply to Hughes & t night Wednesday. The transition Starns and family. W Vt4! v iti 3iWZ2v ,"' was accomnlished with marked quiet Huerta The trial of LOST A pair of rimless ev-- 1 and ordiliness. The last few days of Mexicans, held Gen.El Paso and other on the at the saloon had developed a touch of charge of conspiracy, was postponed L'las&cs. Leave them .it the Iiueiicr .'U- - t Journal office. the bacchanalian, but reports of (lis order were few and police circle yesterday, until July 12. inSerious Mexiwere remarkablvhuiet. The saloonf conditions arc still reported KENTUCKY Red Berkshire Boars, were closed under the provisions of co City. ready for service, for sale. K. T. 45-t- f hills enacteu into the Merntt-Uenso- n Votes given free on both old and Bruce, Stanford. law in Januarv and the measures arc new subscriptions. almost duplicates of those enacted FOR SALE. Auto in fine running more than four years ago. W. S. Burch is spending the day at order. Will demonstrnte. In am every 52--day. Address Box 209. The Danville Advocate celebrated Crab Orchard. its fiftieth birthday on the 29th. While not vcrv larce for its age, it NOTICE Your 1915 school tax is Watch Your Children is a mighty good paper and we look now due. L. It. Hughes, Treasurer, ts dailv visits with much picas Often children do not let parents know for room 2C, over Lincoln National ure. Fact is, we've grown so used they are constipated. '1 hey fear someBank. to the Advocate we could hardly do thing riittaitfiful. They will like Hcxall tastes without it, if it docs take an unkind Orderlies a mild laxativo that ccata. like tuar. Sold culy by us, 10 NOTICE. Five per cent penalty crack at our partner occasionally. added to school tax on Aug. 4, lUln. Penny's Stor. HOW TO OBTAIN A DINNER SET Editor Orr, of the Harrodsburg L. It. Hughes, Treas., Room 2(, over 52-tThrough a large cash purchase of fine China Ware, direct from the pottery Leader, admits that he was "warmed-up- " Lincoln National Bank. Oil, Oil, Attention Farmert. by JlcChesney's speech at hi? we are offering to our customer an unusual opportunity to supply themI can save yoi money, can fill your town, but up to the hour of going to Ford FOR SALE. Second-hanselves with this householld necessity. These sets are celebrated Limoges nrcss he had not agreed to support barrel, or sell you a No. 1, un-tMaxtouring car and second-han- d CO galWare, in a beautiful Dinner Set, classy and strictly the gentleman, although he is doing date steel barrel with faucet, model, well unabeut "f the r'.uo In appreciation of your patronage, we propose whrle they last to give some pretty good work for him in lon capacity, at a low figure, and fill used very little. M. S. Buughman. same with the best oil at low prices, 47-our patrons the benefit of this purchase. With every 25c cash sale, we his paper. Stanford. saving you from ?1 to $2. city, will will give a coupon. When you have secured twenty (20) of these cou Hon. J. S. Owsley of this It you cannot mane arrangements Cheap if taken at pons, return them to us with 9Z.9o and receive one ot these sets usually onen his campaign with a speech at through your merchant, call or phone FOP. Reports come Standard Oil Agent. J. W. SWEEN- once, all SALE pure-bre- d Monday. White Legof my retailing at $6.00 to $8.00. The beautiful design of these Dinner Sets, Harrodsburg to be the nominee for EY, Lancaster, Ky. Phone 152. that he is sure 30 horn. Buff Orpingtc ar.d mixed hens. t now on exhibition at our store must be seen to be appreciated, i i Commonwealths Attorney. Good layers. Mrs. II. Rowan Saufley. 49-tNOTICE. Stanford, WAYNESBURG. I!av, the little son of Mr. and Sirs. STANFORD, KY. THE REXALL STORE Notice is hereby iriven that an an- A. S. PRICE DENTIST C. S.Guinn, is very low with typhoid plication will be made to the Lincoln fever. ounty couit, upon July 12th. 11)15. Hours, E to 4 o'clock Mr. and Mri. J. S. Dumas visitei' ume being county couit day in July relatives nt Lexington and Somerse' to establish a county road, as forlows: Office Over Shugar'a Drug Store latt week. Mr. Bannon Routen, who has been Beginning in center of a county road, ?orner working nt Robbins, Tenn., is at home bright's to Vox Duddeiar and It. E. AlFOR SALE. Good driving horse, lands, thence across the land this week. also (.addles well: not afraid of auto Mr. M. E. Whecldon had charge of of Fox Duddernr with his and in evciy paiticu-la- r. about 45 and a Indie' horse to work to surry. the bank during the absence of Mr rods, to line a distance of (.aid Dud-dcrLargo enough another corner of Gndbcrry last week. antl Albright; thence across the Apply to A. S. Roberton, Danville. Mr. and Mrs. T, S. Reynolds and 48-t- f Ky. A. E. ifSSSSgJS children, Butler and Alma fcpent Sun lands of saidTapp's Albright with his and Charley line a distance of day at W. R. Singleton's. Mefcsrs. Aithur an? Fred Singleton, about 15 rods, to the mouth of a coun- DON'T CRY ALL OVER HARRY JACOBS of Rowlantl, nenr tho residence of Reynolds, Fred Williams and High Prices are dead at the Economy Store. 2 spools Silk Thread Sc, Wnllace Higgins left Wednesday for Charley Tapp, thence with said alley Dode Manufacturers and Dealers in worth county road to tho Stanford anil Sash Pins 5c, worth 25c Cuff Buttons 10c, go at half price; Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Burleson and or 2 papers large eye needles, 5c, worth 10c 1 dozen pearl and pearlette butpent Saturday Crab Orchard turnpike and said road High - Class Monuments. daughter. Vercie tons, 2c, worth 10c Cent's Silk Hose 25c, worth 50c Pair of warranted 30 to tho land of night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. saidbeFox feet in width overK. Albright. Scissors worth 75c per pair, at 15c; Cents linen hemmed handkerchiefs 5c, Dudderar and A. Original Dcilgnt and Prompt Service J. B. Curlis. worth 10c; Extra Hollow Ground fully warranted Razor, worth $3.00, ty road, formerly an alley of the town Guaranteed Quality Connections Mr. L. D. Thomson, who helped now 50c; King's one piece warranted 10c Collar Buttons, 2 for 5c; and This 20th day of June 1915. Marble Quarries. Mr. A. B. Morgan manage his ten ilays McKEE R1FFE, County Road J. L. at all Granite and on Cemetery Hill. 111 other items from a bottle of lemon soda to a barrel of sugar at prices Engi Office and Works special sale left Sunday for his home neer, L. C. beyond competition. phone 1C4 Closed on Saturdays in Winchester. T. C. BALL, KENTUCKY i Mr. Barbeo Wheeler came home STANFORD At)ention Contractor I The Busy Corner Stanford, Ky. from Danville Tuesday to tpend a few North Depot Street The undersigned commttee of the davs with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jncoln Fiscal Court, will recei' M. H. Wheeler. Mrs. Clyde Padgett and little ton, scaled bids for the erection of a Ma. Honry Albert, of Stock. W. Va lire chinery Warehouse and Work House, lot belonging to Lincoln coun-visiting Mr. M. F. Padgett and family. on tho Depot on Your Property in the and Knnws to work in the wheat harvest. specifications street, as per plansoOlce now o.t tile I will be in Stanford from 9 until 2 o'clock Mr. Roy Singleton, who has a nice of tho County Attorney. in the All bidders with the next, July 3rd, for the purpose of nosition Huntsville, Huntsville Supply are expected to biti on the labor of o Tenn.. enmo home prisoners ik jail, at so much per hour at Fire Insurance Co. days Sjndny to buying Horses and Mules. They must his parents, stmdundevernl W. R. with for each prisoner. The successful bid- Mrs. Mr. der will be expecred to execute bond of Hartford, Conn., be between five and ten years old and weigh with approved fcecurity for the fuith-fu- l Mr. with of the from 1,000 to 1,200 pounds. Have your stock little and Mrs. K. L. fiadberry and will performance up to G contract. Bid. eon, Wm. Franklin returned p. m., Julv 5 be received Monday from a vieit to Mr. Gadber. All bids must be sealed nnd marked SALIN & SMITH, Agents W. B. BURTON, in town. d ry's parente, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. "Sealed Hid." in Hardin counvt. The.y were ac W. M. FIELDS. Stanford, Kentucky Lancaster, Kentucky companied by Miss Lida Kincnid who J. L. McK. KIITE, will spend severnl days with them. W. S. BUUCII, Committee 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 bestow. rOJ.ntCAl AS'XOVXCRilBSTS TT IntfTlor Jmvrnnl It nthtinl to nminr lh. Mlnwlrc randiilMra lot nmtr, II ntf IS primary, Ant. "In, Jwi t Tof Clnmt JmUr County C A IIANIHN, of t'MAH C FOX. ..f HyU t'ennlr Tor i ttmntnntrtuitk' Atlfrttfl r. v ri'KVKAii. of ihio Couir J H OVVMiKY, Jr. of Mnonln Crninly for linilrrrttl Vnmmllmnrr Oniinly WM 1' KI.AIU, n( Fuj-'lNKWIIAV, ol .V(l..in Coiititr J lmrrti frfr rifvtt WKAIIKS. lriHMf Clt'l ITutHIIW.I. I) C r I'or 1'rwntittire V (I HOWII .NKWI.ANl). In tffitlatntt faint-hearte- TO HOUSE" how-cycr- chester for sevcrnl days. Miss Atilc Klam, of Lancaster, Is visiting her aunt. Mrs. A. Onstott, who lives on tho Block pike. .Mrs .1. J. Moscr has hnri her sister, and fittle niece. Miss Short, of for a few days' visit. Mrs. Kate Coffey and grandson, Joseph liisliop nro w.in the fnmily of Mr. Chan. Coffey near Danville. Mis Ilessic Haughman will leave July filh with n crowd from Hnrrods-bur- g to the KxpositVin and for a other western points. Ml" Sadie Ilaughmnn will Join her sister nt Chicago, III. .Miss Kldth Wolbourne. after spending several dnvs with her iwandpar-enU- . .Mr. and Mrs. Jas. II. Pruitt left Srtturriny for a tit with LnOrnnge friends before returning to her home at Warsaw. Ky. Virgil Cline, of this place bought out the firm of HMkt & Coffey and will put in a full stock of goods ad hopes to have his many friends call and get his price" before boxing Mn Cline will be lorated in the future at the old Bishop & Coffey Hand. MORELAND MIm Mary Coldiron of Cincinnati ts visiting her lister, Mrs. Shelby Hubble. Hiss Mnry Hanson will leave in a few days for Illinois, where she will visit for several weeks. Mls Leila Itclc .lone, of is with relnlts In Win- I MEN'S HATS. Hot or cold, wot or dry, morning, afternoon or night men wear hats. We have them for every occasion from the straw Jimmic to an evening opera. Mexican work hats, with ventilated crowns at 25c; imitation panarnas, light and pool at 50c; Silk and palm beach hats in several colors, 50c and $1.00; Straw yachts or sailors, high crowns, very stylish, rough and smooth straw, at $ I . $2 and $3. Panamas, the genuine article in several shapes the wide brim for the older man and man in the sun, a medium shape for medium man and the high crown "tango" style for the young man, all made of fine white material at $5. Felt hats for every Iread, 6 to 7, wide or narrow brim for frhin 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 Stetson. I vj vit ekc-wher- e. s. nHich-trotrMe- Ek-Go- Our Big Sale j Has just commenced. liit ," McRoberts & Bailey STREET STANFORD, KENTUCKY ," Everything Goes At A S Big Reduction. I We are offering all of our fords to you at a price that you cannot afford to miss. J J Go To Farris' For Your te. l.t 1 llllf t- M-- 2 Remember the "MAIN TRANCE" is the entrance for 2 REAL BARGAINS. -- Garden Tools and Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right. i; WHY NOT A "PILE OF STYLE" PALM BEACH SUITS The weather is right The tailoring is right ' The price is right life-tim- -- ROBINSON'S, Want' gov-ortw- J W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard Kentucky r. f'3-2- " We have line of Oxfords in Odds and Ends that we will close out'at Greatly duced Prices. Re- IC-tf L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. E D-- d e "Cow II Ease"--Wh- at It tf Will Do. keeps off file, relieves and quiets cattle and horses, gives cows n chance to feed in peace, Makes horses good natured. Will do all we claim and more too. We have tried it three years. . Try a can. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, f. W. H. HIGGINS, -- Stanford, Ky. 1?!S55'?k. IT'S eJ43nd oftho si TfmhJ lc -- v-- Proprietor 51-3- F. ,AN& AWAY - .. Army Horses And Mules Wanted. INSURE y, .UP in the mountains of Western North Carolina nre tho- beautiful and attractive resorts of Ashevaie, Black Mountain, HcndersonviJle, Brevard, Lake Toxaway, Saluda, Waynesville, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, nnd Tryon. Saturday Army Old Connecticut Spend your vacation nt ono of these cool and dcliRbtful places or at Tate Spring, Tenn. Round trip Excursion ticUcte are en sale daily, good until October 31st, via Southern Railway of the South- - Kln-cai- allowed at all polnta. Three special Low Rate Excureions will fce run durii:p. the summer. Aelt for details. Stop-over- o lce T,ck,t AB8i)t. Gosthem Railway, er rile H. Todd, District Has8cnCer Agent, I,oui.villr, Kentucky. 'I .WB)rv The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, July 2, 1915. nWTSKLTJGj ic?sauMHj:ca2r.TWMH; FRIDAY "EXPLOITS OF ELAINE" The best serial ever made Ask anyone who has seen any of preceding numbers. "Col. Heeza Liar" Comedy THE "MOVIES" SPEND YOUR EVENINGS ATFANS COMFORTABLE SA7S MUSIC GOOD PICTURES BEST PRODUCTION-GOOD MONDAY The Concluding Chapter n SATURDAY FOUR REEL SHOW- "THE GIRL STAGE DRIVER" 2.ree4 Eclair. JOKER COMEDY. PATHE WEEKLY NEWS Dinner Set given away FREE Saturday night to the one holding the lucky number. N'ov A on display at Lyon s Cash btore ...m& x SATURDAY42-piccc - -- "RUNAWAY JUNE" -- also- KEYSTONE COMEDY Ki5c9sxxzarau5romHHffTCi I ac Ilunlvy is in I'crryvIKe fin- kcv-en- il ilnyn. h here for MW t'npt. J. I.. II, UolTov, a few Ifciuor, f HarrodiuuniT wns in the tty 'Huircdnv. visit fmtiiU im KHIXH4 fit v. Mr. Herbert Ilinlwy ir f.ponling in l.pxiNcWin (!. of Frankfurt, Hot Weather Apparel. I h resTPiraicigii lasted 28years, Stormproof and fireproof zH&c while HsH H anc! sttU goad condition. That's iheJdnd ofroofyou want. ByreiPi Stlln Irxplcy li-- ft toting K STATEMENT OK THE First National Bank Stanford, At Close ol business Juno 30, 1015 itI liiy I.ciwis irt w,l Loam, Slooltt ao.ood.uo tU.bUO.UU Thill-"!!!- ' on ItuxiticM. ll.ilmn of .Sfnreri"el was hi town for n nhort lime this morninc. ' Mr. II. C. Itupley ih Willi Shop liriilnvilk- - friimrfs for tuw vi uk. iHrk Ijhuumico upmt ThtirMnv' will, the line icU.fi nt Mr. Mrr. S. M. Owen, of MrKmnav. .. : vni .n visitor to ftliiihfoitl friend iev- -' j 11,onJ United RESOURCES mill Band Mrs. Mattie UaadsJmw. of Mile, who has hi ii. sick for Turn' heeialj StaC-- i Call. Hanking House and otlirr Heal Estate Due troni Uankt $186,703.88 50,000.00 I0.G1I.2R "17.405.45 9,482.85 Total r Capital Surplus Earned Tund to Vny LIAHILITW.b $274,233 40 $ r C. Hunn and daughter, Sarah, mo- tored to Lexington l'ue'dny and spent the diu. Total $274,293.4G Mr. .1 S. Hoclcr w It ive for Thin IphI. iklnrt'il K tieiinl threw MidriiVlior Siaidny wijerc he will! pur tout illviik'nil. Known as the leaders for men's fine shoes the woild npnd several daK with his di'Upht" lMrs. K. .1. Prami-- . over. In all leathers Tan, Paten) and Black $5 Mr. J. V. (oikfng, of McKmney Iwiis in the city Tlmr-lathe uueit and $6 grades, now $3.75 and $4. of Mrs. Elia Coffey. i4iic told us .that her husband is quite sick. Mrs. 0. C. Lotte, dauiiator of KM nnd Mrs. J. (' LiMngston, arrived .fiom her home Jr. ('siutdu Veilne"la 'to siierd nme tine with her puient the Mias Hallie ilnrker. c f Knnns City, in .Mr. Hart End. Pergonal and Social flube Iickev, of Leirhrlcld Mo., ii. the KUet of .Mrs. T. i who is on a motor trip to viMt Mrs I F dimes, and Mrs in Kentack.v. vent Sunday vi'h Mrs Wilt Toiler i iiiUng retain, of ( rJ On hard, were here Mbjwocm! . .. rodnbiinr Herald ,MisW. II. M irphr if nojourning nt t rub u":. - Levia Harris or llul.l.le is , , , M j, the BUist of hr aunt, Mt. Annie Orrlmnl Ule ,mmer Wlth h(.r otllir Juc Amlerso i of Dmiwlle, whk hero lalcman ,irii vrv iiiir..li ui tl... r'.ii.... Arnold foreman. r far a wlnle Wedncdiy. uroiis In, I. .apBltlnollt MllHi i!ulth taurht the guet viaitinr Mr .Sutan It Ycnncr friends in the W. L. Douglas and Eclipse English BaJ. High Toe Bhll!to1 ( ,t ,,,. of ;irx. W U. Hico In l.oulirfle. ,,. to Vmh Mra. t. II. Kerr, of Crab Ouhird, )n Mr. Jumw Menthoii, of l.vbanon 0uUu , Button and Blucher, both in tan and black, $3.50, was the Kiuat of Mr-- .. Tinsley Spoona-- 1 s Junction if here vimliiiK relatlvea n ,,,t f1 $4 and $4.50 qualities, at $2.50, $3 and $3.50. .. anJ tht. i ... norm t mA - rilASllMV .Mm. V II Mtrshoii, who hm vvr ami ,(ianie; jiiisaKmmn .lean M.u t.vio , viwting her fnthor at Ilarrodibuiy Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Mrhinnoy, of 'n,. of Mr KUt We carry the newest stvles in SHIRTS, FINE lutttrms home Thurwlny nlicht- and Luiy Lew Walton and .Mim Mnrcnret I'mmi Mrs. Will Hacker. Mcr. of r.01"1". .?r,r, Jnmes Coooi-r- . liei Uncle, NECKWEAR, PHOENIX SILK HOSIERY, PALM William Wheat, n prominent merTurners ille. ih tin gticm of Miss Emma Hnvs, oJ Stuiford, our to giftod correspondent to the Centra! Mr. .Mutt Mcr ami fiunil, on the chant, of MiddlchurK, was a visit BEACH SUITS, WHITE OXFORDS ard Tropical Snineri-t-- t pike Stanford this week. Record from that place, attended the Miss Knul.v Murphy, of Shelbv City, ChautiuiijUd here Inst Sunday evening. Sum J. Hell anil win, Addison. nnl Weights of Hart, Schaffner & Marx all wool Clothes. spent M'verol duys here with her aunt, Miss Joan Mount was hos:ckS nt n (' Cashier It. ! Young, of the MidiHi-burDcioMt Hank, panl thix office a Mrs. deorne V Dcllordc. o'eloik dinner Monday evening, the Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Woner, Mrs. A. honor guest Juing Mrs. lirannon call TliurK.la; Thej cume up In the P. Huxn and Miss Sarah Hunn motor- llcazlov of Texas -- Uintasier Re ord formor'n ntito I ed to Lexington .Monday. On Inst evening. Mrs. C. Hays Fo- -! illw .Mabel Gum, of I.exin. Miss nne Davis McI'.olierVs has re- ter gave a picnic in honor of her Min Mjrn Jacoby, of l'nris nml Miw n turned home after a visit to relatives guest, I.ou HraiUh.iw Sharp, of Sharif1 Gertrude Hliuk. of ille. The party composed of arc the cutntn of Mi l.ucimla Lute and friends at Uinr.ixtcr. Mr. and Mrs. Stoeiker, of Louisville twelve left town in automobiles for ton recently. nt her countrj home Social Calendar. Mr. C. II Kl lene today to mt have returned home after a visit to Hall's (lap, where they were to have Mes r. Fa.nk Smith, Ebbia and beJuly 5th The Mother's Club will supper, but the downpoui of rain Mr. and Mrs. Will Hocker. friendu nt Hichmonil and Conway to the Herbert Prole',, were at Brodhe'ad on meet in the (. lub c om ct ; o elocK Mrs n. T, Carter and son.Enrl, of forced the party to return fore returni'u' to her home nt Haile rcie Switch. Phi will be nccompnniod EvnnsMlle Ind.. are the Kuet. of hei hrwne of Mrs. I'oRtor, where a delight- btiitH"iMary itly.Wihdn and brother, All members, are urged tp be present C." Mica ful hi lull w.tk served. July f Mcsrs. Wallace Singletor Inmo bv her cruit mint. Mrn. .AUrjra-re- t mother, Mrs Julia Hsi;hei. Mrs W. A. Tribble. .Vi-- s Dorothy of Crab Orchard weir recent visitors and Jese Hocker, Mies Sallie Bur Miss Margaret Todd, of Columbia, HanJd. of arrived todav to be the nuext of her Tnbble and James Pickett Tribble at John Elder's. ,dtte and Jean Paxton will entertair Mr. Newman llirk and children r, returned lhursla) afternoon from a brother, W. K. Todd and wif. ,at Tenuis. Loumwllo. are the iruwts of her Chronology of the War. V and family Ella Harnett, of Hustonville. montl or more spent in Mason Uaui:hman Mi, ; July Mil .Mrs. G. D. Cooper J. pcentl underwent a .p Ins returned home after a visit of count. 'I hey weie accompanied 191J July 28. Austria declared the llis'et. Cooper will entertain and Mrs. Htrk tlie war airaint Serbia. home by hex father, Mr. J. C. Pick-et- t, npiienilicitis from which eerrl months in St. Louis, Mo. two KooK cuius. rrnlinn for and mete anil namesake, Mis August 1 Germany declared war ii Mary Himns has returned Mi5h i" rcioNerlni: nici. July Mh The Woman's Cub will np;ainbt Russia. t to her In other, Sudie lee Pickett, who will be Mr. and MTf. .1 T. lllnnken.hip home alter a their guests for awhile. They made Aucust 4 Germany declared warthave a Concert m the Graded School A A. Hicuins nt Loiiicville. Sunday in hior of Mrs. l entortaned auditorium at 8:15 o'clock. airamst France. Mih Mnry Elizabeth MrKinnev, the trip home hi Mrs. Yribble's lllanl.onnhip' niece. Mrs. C. 15. Kl, ; enjoyed the 1m e ,"',Uly. August 4 Germuny declared war' Tnoe pre.ent a ho has been attending tho I). & D. HiiiIi'j'h Swach. of Marriages. Delcium. iiiranu't Sam Luhk was dovv from Huston-vill- e '.r. and Mrs. chool nt NortluimptoH, Mats., returnMrs. C. B wore: declared warj Josiah Smitlf and Mis Fannie D. Thursday afternoon. home Yednesdiiv. He says AuRU't 4 Knirlan J. II. Hilton.I).Mrs. Margaret Harold, ed Miss Mary Sheplnrd Me-hj Adams, both infants Tn the eyes of the airamtt Germainv. had that the old maids and bachelors of Hilton. nml Mr. W. tl Austria declared war law, were married nt Rev." W. M. AiiKust in News mine from Ceorgctwon thr.t the misfortune to fall while playingan- hi? city will give nn enteiUinmcnt against Brooks by that gentleman at his home her Huston-villopera Crus Johnon, who - r- - erl lived in tho van! this week and break a great at Alcorn's eveninghouse in 9th. Hee August i!kuksku KaMia declared war in the Eat End Thursday. The on the of July kle. She has been huffering "this county and was one of its ajjainst Auftria. gioom is 19 and the bride 14. ayg the idiovv will be great and wil' teacher, fell from a scaffold dial with it. Montenegro declared Mits Genevieve Clark, the 20- - ear-olMr. and Mrs. John Spoonamore nre be worth goiag a long ways to sec. Aue;ust 7 nt the Indian Refinery nt that place. war npain.'t Aubtn.i. over the ardaughter of Speaker Champ Clark entertainment will be given for He fell somi 1!0 feet and was badly i reviving congratulations nt their home The benefit of 1) Austria declared war was married Wednesday afternoon tc the Hubtouville Chris AuKitst Injured tlmiit the bad., feit and arm rival of n little daughter -- amed Annie rhc Montenegro. nainst how-esMr. James M. Thompson, editor of thr tian ihurch nnd the public u invited The little miss ibis been J I in Friends wdl be k'Jud to know August 10 Ftante dot kited war New Oceans Item. The ceremony war to patrotmc it. thi-- t it ih bellexed that his in E. Spoonamore. against Austria. and family performed by the Rev. Robert S. 0. H. Masters McKinney andhave jurtM hu net fttal. dec kited Doyd, August lii .Montenegro are FLATWOODS. of Louisville, at the home-steMihs llliir.che VanDoeer, who 1ms moved down from Geniuny. war npuint-on DanHelm property Mr. G. A. Blown is very nt Augu'H 12 England declared war of Speaker Clark at Bowling Brecn at Rochittor, N. 1. occupying theW. 11. Hill having rsoved been tenelmu: Mo. this writinp. writea that he will take nn extended ville avenue. his recently-purchase- d aainst to Mr. Chat lie Pla forth visited Mau-ric- e August 23Austria. trip thri.eh New Enjrtond with some from it Knst Main. ifon. It. L. Hu'-bl- e Japan declared war Drown. KochoHter fritndh and tlmt Miss Linda home on against There Is No Question ui'il family, who formerly occuMrs. Sallic Drown has been sick August l.r Germany. declined war Mi'ler, nUo, of t4ns city, will join beAuhtria but that indigestion and tic distressed pied Mr. Hill's residence have moved the )iat.t week. K. I. She mUU: "It is nt 1'iovide-uoagainst nlravB purclued by Ms Nettie' Rodeers was the iruost KoTcmber Japan. Eng and declnred feclini.' which re "V eel Ftic--i t:vtK th it cv miehty coM here. We Ivixe had fur- to the Phillips property 'j f n,T ,i be piotnp y Tlie Phillips now have their of Ella Hi own. nace fin xM tie jenr ur til now. Am him. Kant war against Tmicy. in the htore building on Mr. and Mrs. Otto Cummins viswyspeptia via I inuoul that I will soon be back homo btreet. Italy declared war 1915 Ma 2, .IV.VAtosr Main ited J. H. Drown. T:!bk;t i'nderrdl St against Austria. yi tazTZK. Mr. and Mis. Mat Adams wwc over Maj 4 -- (Jeimnnj declared war bc'vic - ' to see John Elder. 8i;aii I It..ly. Penny't Drug Store. Mr. Oocnr Elder visited Steve anil and Willie Elder. r, MtSb licnovn Drown v. as up to ree ggpygwtmBna juiBM Mmnmwr-trtKJ i Circnlalion Urpoiils Itill. Payable Tar 1,295.64 50,000 00 138,497.82 (i,000 00 50,000.00 28,500.00 .1. T. Vl1haihoii, wlm is in the re is spMiidii: n few da viut I with hfs patents hte. Harry Reinhiirt h iA home from th CoaeRo of Music in Cmumwiti j for his Mfminsr viutition Mr. nnd Mis. II. M. Xou nnd little i (lnuuhT, Naiuy. ate xpunditi); the.' lav nt 'mb Oithard SiiriKs. J II. Newl'ind wife anil hon, of' Wichita I'lills. Texas, nre the jmic t f Ins parents. Mr. una1 Mrs. T D. N The tfme hn come for every man to thirk of comfort as well ae style. ' HEADGEAR." We have the very newest in split Yachts an J Panamas. We are offering all $5 Panamas, both in staples nnd young men's tango shapes, at $6.75. All $3.50 Paanmas at $2 50. Plain Yachts, fancy, rough and flexible Straw?, $2, $2.50 and $3 qualities, now $1 and $1.50. m:m. aaB IbIHbIbWTp r ffMETAL SHINGLES A Have v fJf vjr 11 y fm .Ml Vse ihem r f hoot repair anddo away with Jn V j41t.flL nf '('( I it - Latest Style Oxfords. FLORSHEIM & THE DURABLE R0 UJf For Sale by tstmm i vS&mi&T 4 WILL STONL, Stanford, Ky. KJMmJV&3s,ve7xrarAi.a mmmmm T. D. NEWLAND Oppositt '.he Court-Hounc, win nd. Mr. ami Mrs. .1. A. Woner, Mrs. A, HANAN. Wants to sell cu an Ice Cream Freezer and Refrigerator. Also your Groceries. Phone us. No. 168. I (.'.,' Dakota Jack's 4HS3F ofc" 'Jt rii-u'i""riti- INDIAN REMEDIES the have made his name frmcus all United State and Canada. r Compoted of Rooti, Hctln, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Di&eases. $100 Purslcy's Indian Hcrbs-- 43 Da) s' Treatment. Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment 2 So Dakota Jack's Creme Soap. Tnce 10c, C bits hn.em ht-f- n I ' "m,kl'r .,,, ,, m ... LaHHHHH Dakota jack The Noilliwcttcrn Cov.boy PURStlY'3NlNDLlS HER3S 'KH HHpJfpPJj iaflfe ' lgflVPPPPk fll'.k. jlX" or All on sale at Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky J"k' Hme Ai""" MUl g PHILLIPS & PHILLIPS SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION - CINCINNATI ROUND TRIP .WI-.- Har-bou- Sunday, july 4th. MP RETURN j $1.50 101 FROM JUKCTiQH CITY SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5t25 A. M. bro-tho- 'f Ark Ticket Agent for : i Particulars r I , M vi-s- II. C. KING, Pas'r nnd Ticket Ajjcnt East Main St., Lexington, Ky. "; er .aaBar'''KF'7JBaBal ul Ssit oDDortunity d f:.i?alitonik! siCBiiKPr r IIIBBBBBBBBBBBBBaV v' t - U,,ff9. (Bfi-T- itffH, A . it for educational and pleasure travel afforded by the Panama-Pacifi- c Don't miss the wonderful Exposition , I San Francisco Panama California Exposition -- Gets Right Twist On Rheumatism llli jJps&SlBMakr San Dicco Tickets are on sale every day at Very Low Excursion Fares via Makes Start Work of Cleaning Out Your Entire System Achts and Pains 60 Fast. ffir J"1!; Fn net Hcrnoas has left this coua f i paitfl unknown. Mr. ti.ul Mr.-- . Amos Drown Visited his parents near Ottawa. Mis Pcimelin Elder vsna over to Mrs. -- s:er Tiown. ioo her Mi". Mary Diown nnd son vibitcd Mr. d Mr.s. John Elder Sunday. Meters. Drummet, Chailea DeDorde M-t1 1 ilinnc I.rown teccrtlj. 'U- - Mho Aclamn. Mi. Mnry I Drown vinlted Mrs. Sale To Continue Few Days Longer. i Southern Railway of tho South "SWt . For full Information, sec Ticket Acent, Southern Rrfllwnyor write B. II Todd, District Passen-ge- r Agent, Southern Railway, Louisville, Ky. j j .Settles It. In S. S. S. You Get TwUt on lthcumatlsm that been to them neutral and teattcm those recu"" Many a rhcumnnc suffircr has forniotloim In the nervo renlfni tlittt if fi the ilniB store lor a tsittio claimed "to ul,tc ewe such myntlfjiinf and otten buttling tmmlcJ Hcmetlilnu been iiulnx. "Just ns irmHl" Trul. to ask. tor bread rlituiuatlu ef all ttila remnrkntle remedy And bct nnd Im Blveu a stone l mill In II w you uio troublid with rheunratlbin In la welcome to the weakest Blomueh our yourfcelf until any form be Hre to ua B. . B. and note yiu huvoIn drucged .arulyxcd. you will Is nearly Htoiniich Ha woiultrful Inllueiicc. M B 8 hu "' iseul'ar oetlon v! book UBtonluhed to llnd that B. B. 8 Klyea - no dlieclly la'o nenmllon but teen r'Eht to work lidInc" through the InltBtliic jib Intluemii U Iwuuuo It U u pure vegetable InfBvlon, U ho Mood in fvo inluulM your Wood Jut an try artiry, vW and liny t ikuu nut irally Into naturally Into cur In "oplliury lvtry meubmnc. evrr wbh; 1MT uli U iuhaled lUllo'U. "very emunetury crfe"t a filter to truln the blo.sl vl Im (lot u bottle of S. B. 8. today, and oek vf B ,n,rltle. 1 ho BtimululU.j! I roirtlM Hd ol II. B B Mkln. liver. bowU. toniiwl the ,i,.,ti,i nnnn It that tho store id tTv- -. i.Udder to lii work to the one U a good you Irritating, every um that bella you wlmt vvrno akkio furthe Bwlft John Smith visited John Eldei. Mr. nnd Mrs. Waiter Drown were uuo'ts of G. A. Drown Sutuidny. Messrs. Josh Hm iiocs; ard Oolunibu' lleiislcy were businefb callcis at Johi ElderV. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Smith were up to see Mr. and Mrs. James Adi m Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Drowning we'e over to tee her grandfather, John Al Mini X$ (Our June I Lunches and Cooling Drinks May Be Obtained Sale has been so satisfactory that we decided to run it a few days longer. The low prices we made at the start are still being criven and by an addition to our stock, we still have a great assortment to select from. This certainly is the place to get BARGAINS. Come and Get Yours (vt xrinuxllkilililUicbal "I Ure uud Rf!jX h.l BnMI. fcxllswa. Ky pud. Ilrui .prtaiuiliii.tnMck wilioulli J llrtluin. Kr ,un. "Ou dint U Htuiv 41144 tkw-r-l kw.hbJ.uaitii' C.iun. ciuikrnLll3tLrwulinADiiirkrvflKcckuklDiliUr. llillh ittninttw lUuttNUHi SDc ct 11 Drcsu. - Cusranttcd t)f J. P.cbt- - Ctun c, r.eidslms, h). i Mfc Mim CURES Gapes, Limberneck, Roud. CanKcr, Cholera. ssVb. o,'.r. Diarrhoea and alJ Diseases of Poultry pcijliiv iroMrdy ill P w&m : 1 .,1 Notice! Poultry Raisers 11-4- 4 Mm V. I P.-l- PENNY'S DP.UG tom BY 5TORE1. STANrORD. KY. Edd. Graham When In Danville at -- ty. ..- -.. VnllKllnatom "f IrriH-llu- n SHOP PERFECT (Incorporated) DANVILLE, - THE BARGAIN STORE SALEM & SALEM MT. ZION. Mrs. A. A. Wren have been quite ck. We nro having lots of rain unci the opt arc looking fine. Mis G. te Griffin is here from Mt. ciiion with Mrs. Ida Thompon. Kev J. (J Livinfrtton filled hU t.- tin-in- it ' nh co lest Sunday. M ir-- Haiti were the guests of Thornp.-o- n Mri. lust Sunday. and daughter, Mrs. Ida all . umutol ion. .BfVBt cauV4 ucld uecaUvus W il-- t H .'!'-'?- ! J- - L' -- - ; '- e..7... ","b. TS HMl 1IMB . AlfcuiW. u lUituwulUm. G.. KY. .... A ) Mr-ol- d vhl in". Charlie Thompton last Sunday. Mra. Ethel White and Mrs. Uecca Smith hsd a cr fine horto to get killed by Denny have been visiting their sister, Mm. G. W. Smith nt Woodstock. Thompson last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Delaney were the jtuets of their daughter Mrs Mr. Ethel White and children were ttie fcusts of her bUter, Sirs. Ida L- - MsirL.. lS. E52I2 Kip ? !f' SMlMlli'-.ri- R V ' tw U KENTUCKY The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. -- ?S" Friday, July 2, 1915. . in--' U;l POLITICAL WWv JAME8 P. EDWARDS ANNOUNCES FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. Leading Facts of the Past Week McDERMOTT'S SPEAKINGS. ' t fV Ir1 ' 9,1. wtlch Is the fundamental of the party, and np,,,o Sta- twide prohibition as unnecessary as a tomperaiicc measure, a men tee to !io overburdened taxpayers, and contrary to both the National and State platforms of the party Mr Edwards was a candidate for Lieutenant Governor In 1911. and was defeated by Mr Edward J. McDcrmntt, the present Lieutenant Governor, now Itormott. a candldato for Go.emor, by n pluThe address was characterise ol Franklin, Ky., Juno 2fi, 1916. Spe--i rality of 1,50.2 votes In the State, and outipoken tho Bpcaker-eloqulal Correspondence.) Hon. A. O. though Mr. Edwards carried Jefferson nit tho Issues ho deems paramount It. Stanley finished the busiest week of County over Mr. McDermott by over Kentucky today. n!s campaign at this place, S.OO Judge Edwards Is a giant phjslcaliy, As In his previous spceelios, Mr. Mc ..peaking to tho largest crowd that being several Inches over six feet tall, Uormott buvo his reasons Tor opihjsIiv has attended a political speaking In Is a forceful public speaker, a man county always with the courage of his convicprohibition, ntnto-wlillie sered li i his to (5.000. In ye.frs, estimated at Enthusiasm was unbound, tions, and loyal to his sense of duty am Convention thu Constitutional ed, and, to all appearance. Stanley In both private and public life. . helped place In tho joustltution tin nn'ii were the only kind of Democrats in Slmpfton county. provision that enables each county t Mr Stanley began the week's unit, without In McCHESNEY IN THE a at Glasgow, whore a lr from outside counties, terferenco attendance greeted him. It the last session of tho lonlslature was tho largest crowd that has been In Mlddlesboro, Ky., Juno 2ti, 1915, when tho present County Unit Lav, Glasgow since the Civil War. PracII. V. Mo seemed to be for (Special Correspondence) was passed making the coustltutlona tically everybody prohibition canC'hesney, state-wideffective, Mr. McUei Stanley Glasgow, Mr. Stanley went to didate for the Democratic nomination provision fully Krom mott stood for the Joffcrsonian tun Kdmonton, Metcalfe county; Drowns-viile- , lor governor, has been tpoaking in tho Edmonton county, and Scotts-vlll- mountain counties this week. damental democratic doctrine tha At Mlddlesboro there were present Everywhere the Allen county. people can govern themselves on sui. ladles, nnd threo forty white attendanco was larger than the court negroes. At men. ten Williamsburg and go London, matters better than outsiders can houses could accommodate, and win urn them. dows and standing room were occh Corbin. Republicans and Democrats In In this he agrees with his opponent, pled mby . eager Democrats, nntwlth- - about equal numbers, and a few ladles. i, f.,,.t i!,,. f.irmH!- - nriM Heard mm attentively, uenuuncans Mr. A. 0. Stanley, that statewide pro ..i., any lner.e.st who hlbltion Is not an effective temperanc behind with their work and In the mid . generally,politics are taking of Mr. Mc- think well '? moasure, but, on tho contrary, woult die of their harvests. Chcsuey as a Democratic candidate, tin The masterly appeals Mr Stanley Is take away, without the consent of of r IAUV.J mnklni? in tho npnnlo'to stand bv l'res governed, that most sacred right free people to legulate for themselves Ident Wilson In his splendid leader-- ' wiihin thnlr own county, moral ami ship of the party Is received most en-t ihuslastlcally. It Is apparent every social affairs, such as the license where- that the people want a business prohibition of saloons. He luaiiituiii ndmUiistratlon, with such a revision h!it whpnever the neoolo of a county Meadows have preatly improved in must enforce of the tax laws as will enable the state the past few weeks and the prospects whose elected officers It Is to bo effective, want to pay off the $2,000,000 state debt, fw. ., i,ay crop are Kood. tho law, If to abolish saloons, they can do sc without laying any heavier lax nun en u f th MordaniI DQL under the County Untt Law; and that upon the farms llyo f lock ami other , yowdl. & j. .. 6 st)ek . uv MHt;i iU,1, 0ne l)UCK IOr lli- that prohibition, thus obtained will be .angioie property mat nu M nns lll.or. vr. f exactly what the people want n siau-widThe bumper grain crops have un mllllous of property that escapes as- prohibition Is forced upon tho and pays no taxes must be ateii an enormous demand for harvest willing people of any county. noltlie i .wmie kcmuiu -- u.i.?, put upon the tax duplicate ami mau. -- " they nor thoofflccrs they olect wl Liiw?iln county has the largest acreto nav Its share of tho taxes necessarj obey or enforce the objectionable law (o pay off the state debt, build good asu of hemp it has had for several Such contempt of law is hurtful to tli character of the citizenship, and tendi roads throughout the state, nnu im- ear nrt tne crop is looKing spicn by having iHrily. prove the school sjstem cause disrespect for other laws to SALE One cood four-yeFrom l'aducah, Mr. McDermott went longer terms In the country and better paid teachers. M comUned hcx-snml a rubber tir to Marlon. Sturgls and MorganneU. The County Unit Law, passed by the trapi jj,. whoru he addressed rather small audi nUKx Noe, Lancaster farmer, last legislature, meets the approval oi strcat. 5rt-ences, owing to the fact that . aro busy with their crops. the. people. They do not want to exfw f ., ,. ,, . state-wmproniumon. oerlment with when under the County Unit system ,t js UelicVcd yi6d 40 usheVs to FROM any time a majority of the people NEWMAN WITHDRAWS ........ . j ill Kout. of the est Etui Joe in tint GOVERNOR'S RACE. shi want to destroy the $100,000,000 of year-ol- d to C. T. UoUon a pair of nine- horse muiw for army taxable property In the state that Is Frankfort, Ky., June 23, 1915. (S" nearly a million dollars a year P"CS for s.'VLrt. will Correspondence.) The VicKr Lear, of Garnaid, bought of clal In taxes, and place upon the farms, ho)js at drawal of Commissioner of Agricultur factories, live stock and other pro- - Twni Chestnut 12 d -at the same crty, already too heavily taxed, that (c J. W. Newman from tho race for Go additional burden, which would be money of W. 11. Bogie. ernor was somewhat of a surprise t. necessary If state-wid- e prohibition! ij. ( Arnold boiurht of James X. J many, although it was conceded tha were adopted. (.n4). 10 17.Houml ho;s at 7c and rr.e slogan, oianu u iu i a. btich of . 1". Harry McChesnoy, backed as he Is b; -League and Gcncrr and the Democratic wplatforms, stale, to K a jtte iMcr at c tho and national, upon men me panj i AI E Prime Timnthv Percy Haley, had much the larger fo. has its greatest -victories," meets,, or loose, bv wacon or . d "a.' .lowing among tho "extra drys," as Mi me nearly approva. oi .i... ... i iuu ,,;,, nn VIv. volln Nowman expresses It. Evidently Mr' 30-t- f j Jhocs. At farm. F. Ht'iU. w. Loiitr.of Uie Southern bnd Newman realized that he could no., A BIG MORROW ADDRESSES i '.ei it'.' J). I.eoue four cww at mako much headway as a CROWD AT SKELBYVILLE Mit.'l.Df ami a lew lamos at sm. Mr. the candldato selected by I)i Long aU- - sold his wool at $ cents. League suptu Palmer, the W. It. Burton, the Loncastor army Shelbyvllle, Ky., June 25, 1915 (Spe- lntendent. and O. K.'d by Senate rniri Beckham and General Haley. clal Correspondence). In the rock- hori and from 9 buyer, 2 wjfl be in o clock untB Although Mr. Newman was the firs' ribbed Democratic stronghold of Shel- - Stanford mot low, Saturday, ..to,, buy norccs and candldato to announce for Goreruot by. the Hon. Edwin P. Morrow had , . T1.IU., TriAtn c prohibition platform on a state-wid- e rj large attendance to hear;shlm'''iBii years oldard weigh 1,000 t 1,'JBO nnd had the endorsement of the W. (. ucmo-- , T. U., the pioneer temperance organl Bleak last Tuesday ovcixng. woll asJ piMls. as Ison zatlon of the state, tne DWerB that, crats and Republicans, to hearjhlm.1 Jiipiy-- Iiroi. o" Merier wild and 20 head of mules to Patton & were to d rcct the campaig did not many ladles, turned out They MM It was noted that, although Mr. Slor- - I.ap.sloy, Chnrlfston, XV. Va. inn'- - with favor on his candidacy Cjr tailroiid imrposes and McChesney was selected as the stand row spoke at night, he had a latger, sold H!k crowd than Mr. Mcuaesney nuu a.uroulit ?1iH each. nr htt nrnlilhlHnr.tKtH. ,Tiey ak j to Andrew Hioikly. Nicholasvilre, a headquarters are busy, with a largo week Uelore, on ijouniy uouri.nay Ed Morrow, as he is .familiarly mce var 0f m,c mulit,'for $40J), and force of clerks, and ample funds called by everybody, la a most attrac- - t(1 yv. H. Peel. NacliolasviHe, 3 nice n aggressive campaign. lb his card of withdrawal Mr. New tlve speaker, and' off th platfori'uls K(l ju,,rt at 0(),i Price-- , MnmUv Ah. Dotv At man says he nas canvassed ana thn best handshaker, and wears the smile of any ekht cr.tte of Simon Wert at spoken In 'more than forty counties; happleBtnnu n uemovrntH luahtu c i' St.. rnnin. ho nf v i: and has concluded that there are onlv fnouichoosing their iight of Wfoinm who arei two candidates for Governor ,f.n vonu any kerlous mistake .In many ajDetHO-liJj- ttj A.dtT!!0n ut . In I.1aa.I candidate for governor, at (;e. rotthree of S. I.. Uich at 1U1.C. CUUBIUBICU ROriOUBiy "" L .C I.it.. Though he did not mention names, it crat will hear Morrow's eloquentivWce lame Drive, iney aio oougni oi jumi persuasUTnot ju.H'y 21 hogs at $7.10. d concoded that ho meant Stanley ami and feel tho magnetic is they go iuto'fhe W. B. Burton bought several horses McChesney. Furthermore, he says the his cordial hand when Democratic party Is facing a crisib booth on- November election day. oi at $108 ta $135 itml several nrm. number After tho speaking, that may ondanger Its success, unless, Democrats, and ardenta -- temperance, mules at $150. William PattersiHi, harmony Is restored and all unlto for if imoro. bourht three horses at Mr. Morrow, and victory In Novombor, which he pledges men, met agreed with him ontoldjhlmr $160 to $125. Richard Gentry bought theMIq-quoaccomplishing. The that they of Charles Rogers a walking horse hlmsolt to aid In question, believing that the Coun-- t 5u- - $200. . Barton sold to W. harmony and unanimity of the Itepub-llcaI'nlt law was all that Is needed to KleUher Mann, of Lexington, 11 platform convention at Lexingbanish the saloon from any county mulw at $125 to $445 ton this month, at which they reaffirm ed the County Unit Law, and declined oppobed to them. The recent wet and1 Riciict in the Wheat Crop "In thelr'u," to take any state-widA billion bushel of uhent will be with Judge O'Reur and Dr. Uruner dry election in Shelby county proved prohibition is harvested in the United States this that state-widto them pledglug tbelr support to the Repubfor they voted lican ticket, was a distinct warnlug not necetsary, county Is now as out sa- ytiir unlehs some weather calamity dry as hould cut off the ciop. The bureau that tho Republicans are to be in the loons, and tho the same time at WashinRton uports u promUe of running this fall, ready and anxious a powder born. At destroy they do uot want to the 'nil, (193,000,000 on conditions of 02.0 for to take advantago of any Democratic mistakes. They believe that a btato distilling properties In the statetaxes, Winter wheat. If the hame conditions wide prohibition Democracy will as- pay nearly a million dollars In iri'vnil until ha ve't tune tho yield i ti rtnn nnn i...i.i...io sure Republican victory this fall. For for If they do, tney won Know tnat ...tti i. report last year on conditions of that reason Mr. McChesney Is tho prlmo favorite of Republicans, from a.n-r.r.h- r, 30,000,000 bushels, now carry,."- Sl?6 nominee for Kd Morrow, the sure-thin." ": "" ",c boys In tho that without accomplishing anything ; 085,000,000 bushels. Thu fortunes Governor, down to the real U,...,w.,l . . thiu l.u fnnr..r .,"- - v.mr whpii trenches who hopo to get Jobs under forWith atemperance -- : state treasury aireauy ovcri'V"'"'. Republican administration. - wheat prices broke the record debt, Nevertheless, Mr. Nowman declares, two million dollars In adding the taxthouir.d. of c em to incrcare t heir do not fancy another good Democrat ho Is, "Tho like the Hie pro- - "ereage to un enormous extent. million Democrats will continue. In power In hlbltion,on account of state'wlde haie ""1'1 ' ' "c"'' " " for they know they will Kentucky, and Indicate 1o the world maUiiiK total wheat nc em...Hn thing to pay In that Kentucky Is behind the National the whole offlco seekers the are mKo in this country of sixty mill bn. the Democratic administration, ami in line whllo the prohibition Issue who tnke'Whont U now sellmi; nearly fifty riding can (or tho presidential olectlou In 191C." It insy Tho baukrupt neighboring cents hnjhei; on the farm Mian at the Soino say that Mr, Newman feels spates of West Virginia and Twines-;an- e tune last yeirr. It is estimutcd that President Wilson's opinion thit se each with a debt of twelve we iliall have upwards of four proh! and not state-wldlocal option, state-wld- e prohibition,, bundled million bushels for export, bltlon, la the proper mothod of con lion do'lars and - Thl is Intf one phase of unexpected trolling the liquor question, wents th ful people. danger signals to thought- prosperity for whicn the ww in Ku- approval of Kentucky Domocrats, who i ope Imi.s been respo'isible. clal Padilcah, Ky., Juno 26, 1916. (Spe Llcutunani Correspondence.) ":''"" in Governor E. J. McDorrontt spoke hen It'D .wiiuia.ia " illll vuawa o worker, and has done Thursday afternoon to about 250 tireless, fearless present a number oi .hitiRs worth whllo since he has been pto. There woro 1'rolilbltlonUts and IlcpubllcaiiSj am. in oiflce sovcral Stanley 8UPporcr, nil oi STANLEY SPEAKS TO RECORD. whom. rcRardless.or their choice foi BREAKING CROWDS IN THE Oovotnnr, honor and respect Mr. Mc THIRD DISTRICT. cnt LoiilsWIle, Ky., Juno 28, 1S15. tSpe-rl.- il Correspondence) Hon. James IN I'MwanK of Jefferson County, one of th most prominent lanjets In llio stnlo, has announced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for I.iutenant Governor. His platform Is, pul-I- f briefly, better schools, Improved hlghunys, economy In state alTalrs, abolishment of unnoccssar) xpenlo office, revision of tax laws so as to properties and taxaaro enthusiastically behind tho l'resl-ui-n- t relieve overtaxed tion of such properly as now avoid in all his great policies. taxation, favors tho prenent County Is a Democrat of tli Mr .. ... Newman aa PnnitnltAtnniir of Unit Law for regulation of the liquor It .in .inil V .. trallc ns passed by the egllnturp in i.h..H i. L' W.ll Pcrklna Were the guests of relatives nt Danville Sunday. Aiinms visited ;ir. and Mrs. Mr. Ailnnis' mother nt (Albert's Creek Mr. nnd Paris, ROWLAND. Mr. nnd Mrs. rank Hnys iilpd rebUvcs nt Arnbln n,I'ltlien, of Mrs.Ollie Tnpp and 1 Typical Scenes ai a Rcdpath Chautauqua T " -- ,,t t il V f ne i;ucts Mr. Of relative, here. J II 'I' . :.: V j rf m. 'X- lT'il"eVTeVV- i. .mi.i ih J. W. Hiirgins. of t.lvlnirston, m tho guost of Mi Koxie Jennings Sunday. John Mnrtln is the curst of hU si tor, Mrs. Sarii Cordier, nt Lebanon Junction. Kph. Murphv, tf Shelby City. vn the geutt rtf his biolher Alllr AIuiph Saturday. Mrs. Ilnm .Smith nnd dnuk'htw, Sue Logun isited iclntiTcs ut Mnywoml Ins Sunday. u. - M week. Lymsin Pence, of Middlcton, O.. Is the gtie.t of his grntiilfnther, Mr Elisha 1'cncc. Miss Kathcrinc Ileldeu, of St.tn-ftawas the guest of Mrs. Kcoige Muiulv Sunday. U. L. James, of Ciah Orchard, wns the guest of his sister, Mr. W. N. HoMey d, 4l "ak H iBfilT L4AH VTsW-SsAa- afcJalaaSjMaaBMMBiaMaLjaLaaWaMala JaWaat M Collier MsiU'd her Mrs. Howard mother, .Mrs. Will Jnnves at Crab laxt wets!:. Mr. Ro.dc Lunvford and rhildiei. visited her mother Mrs. Pred Moscr Sunday. id y 0 e lj cua-pnlg- MOUN-TAIN- record-breakin- g Alfresl Coulter nml Jlr. Tom Danville, were the of Mrs. O. W. (ioodrich Friday. Wyatt, of Hvleuwood. Mrs. Jim Tcnii., has been the recent gue-.- t of her mother, Mrs. S. K. Ware. Mr. George Martin, of Lebanon Junction, was the guet of his mother, Mrs. I!. P. Martin last week. e Mrs. Spurgeon Martin and Mrs. Hill, of Danville, have been the re at Gilbert' Creek Sunday. Kill, of Ir. i saW A V V 7t aaaTTK rkffT 'f'jlaaafnaWy r Yl Al-li- e cent gucstj of Mis. .Iee? Price. Miss tirnce Hurst has returned from school at Midway and is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. George Mun- dy. Mioses Sallie May and Lucilc Parsons ii THIS PHOTOGRAPH WAS MADE AT WINSTON SALEM, N. 0. .Misses Aniiie ami Ruth Holtzclaw, of Widnut Flat, were the guilts of Chautauqua Week at Danville, June 30th to July 7th. n,, ; lte l Sunday, Albert nnd Frank Camden have re turned home after a three weeks' vis it with their aunt, Mrs. John Grigsby ut LuKvHle. Mrs. Patience Prichctt nnd grand daughters, Jella and Tewie Prichctt have returned from a visit with rela-tiv- 1 Farm and Stock News w .. at Krodneiid. Mrs. John Delancy and little son, Ltiwience have returned to their home at PortsmoHtli, Ohia, fter a visit to her mther, Mrs. A. P. Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. George Carter, of knoxville, Mr. ami Mrs. Will Holley and Mr. nnd Mrs. Wnlter Cnrtw. of Lebanon Junctiow, have been the ceat gue-of Mrs. b. h. Carter. U A SAFE INVESTMENT PAYING 7 O re- - FREE FROM STATE. COUNTY AND CITY TAXES IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY. nt HELP THE KIDNEYS. Stanford Readers Are Learning The Way. ills The lnme, weak or licking hack The unnoticc-- urinary disorderly to dropsy and That may lend d C. C. Mengel V, CUMOLMKf 6c Bro. Co. ST0CC. SIOO. ic PHIFERREO - Par liloi il Stirrs ' It's the little kidney QtxHtaely ar e FREFERRCCTASTO BOTH ASSETS AND PROFITS. Pi Divilend Dates, first Monti iy in Marrb, June, ScptetnU-rim. KeUnsiuiDlc miv' r in mn, ni unv nine, ai inc iih.h the CmnpAny it 125 and nctvur dtvidvHd. 1 xir. ' tf e w, Pills, A Ilright's When the kidneys are weak, Help them with Donu's Kidney remedy especially for weak kid- CAPITALlZ.TION. AuHiorld Outatandlntf f $1,500,000 $1,500,000 1 Cumulotlvo Prcfecrod Stock 1.4O7.00O 2.300.000 Common Stock rpjjnrdinj; the btisinens of this Conixtny and IniX)rtant fcaturrs t!wt issue U stock may be MtmuMirizl briNLy as foHous: 1. This stock is a legal invwiUncnt for trust fumis in Uie State tu i,innn neys. twr-naii- 'j rs .wn tf Anti-Saloo- n ."" -.- in. f,K ,- - car-loa- nr.p Anti-Saloo- n 1 Doan's have been used in kidnoy troubles for 50 years. Endorsed by 30.000 people eu- dorsed at hame. Proof in a Stanford citizen's state ments. Mrs. J. M. Lunsford. It. F. D. No 1, Stanford, says: "Owe wf my fcimily was troubled by dizzf spens and weakness of the kidnxys. Tin's one luid bacl.uchc, and very tjff anil suffered drum severe pains acn-- i the lowis. Daun's Kiilney Piils gare roiiaf from the first. I here is no kidney trouble now and we feel tlmt the cure is per manent. l'rice 58c. at all dealers. Don t sun ply usk a kidney remedy get Din s Mulnoy Pill tne same that Mr. Lunsford recommends Foster-MilburC., Piops., Iluf.fa!, N. Y. of Kentucky. 2. The company lias no f IxmmIhI or mortgage iiulchtnlneas. fr o. T!is business wirs tutahlialicd in 1S77 by C. C. MettKolnnd C. R. MexiKcl. and inconoraU'd in P.i0:i as C. 0. MciikoI it lro. Co., uiuicr Hut lnws the State cf Kentucky, and has been cotajtiiiouhly suowRMtul durituj tlv whole jwnotl ( IIS years. 1. The business of the Compimy is the manufacture of MaUogaiu- Lumber and Veneers, atxl it is file larKCt iniHrtcrof MalvojpiMy in the United States: its proportion of the entire importation in 11)11 bo-ii- ig 1012, '2lTv; W13. J I1;,; 11)11, 5. TIkj legal proceedings for the issue of the above Patcrred Stock have be"n passed uxm bv Judge Alex. 1'. Humphrey, and Arclribald li. Voung, Usit-- , of Iouisvitte. 13, lti. - almr !... -- I Iinunr 200-poun- c; ia 1 ..... 1 n e e Aicmcd Uiviiicndu to be AdJid. Amelia Haflinger, Gdr, ere, Pluirvtif vs Notice of bale. C. WILLSON Qc CO. Mary Huflingsir. etc. Dofendants In obeik'wice to a judgmint tne ALMSTEDT BROS. LOUISVILLE TRUST CO. t Wourt rendered at its IJncoIn WAKEFIELD a CC3. May term 1815. in aaovo style action JOHN W. Be D. S. GREEN will on the undersigned LOUISVILLE. KY. Monday, July 12, 1015. cowaitv court ikiy at 1 M9 o'clock P. M in front of the court house door in Special circular giving complete details of Hie above issue of .Stanford. Ky.. offer for sale at puelie outcry to the highest and best bidder Preferred Stock may be obtained, and payment of the stock may the following land in Lincoln Ciwity, Ky., on the waters of Buck CreoK, the be made at any of Hie above addresses. gonwal description m which is a. lot Uws: Rounded on 'ho nrth ty Hie n the cast Imids f Ruby by the lands or lnoin I aii imn-punon the wect ny the lands of l Joseph Wei'aru: and m the the land of John Russer, Hhinchart I!eri and John Kocrier, and cantain-lu- g l is sitPOS ceres. Said abou-uated near Highland. The land will be offered for sa'o in t'-tracts, one of 100 ncres, iiud the rther of 108 ucies, and then ns a whole; and the best bid thereror in Confirmation vuis olitninud Purchaser to execute bond to undersigned Commissioner duo and Wunhincton of thu report thnt ronominu-tio- n Hryun will ojipohu tho nuvable six months from date, with of Woodrow Wilson in 11)10. personal security, benrlrar six per cent, interest from date ot sale, anil II. llurton. of LniiMiiitfr Uoueht i lien retained on land to secure payment. K. I). PENNINGTON, M. C.L. ut Hustonvillu five aitny liortcs und 51-C C. rnuUs ut $75 to $140. COMMISSIONER'S SALE PRICE SIOO PER SHARE. 0 JAMES o-- C'a-cui- Jo'-.nsu- y; so-u- t -- d. 3. VX&&rXUZWWi '" ... - . I COMMISSIONER'S SALE. In obedience to a judgment of the Lincoln circuit court rendered nt May term 1015 in action of Gu. McCor-mack- 's Hrs. vs Gus McCormack's - g tr",':"" "' .' '"'; '";',"" caus-pave- Hrs., n the undersigned commissioner Mil on o J. (LWiSar? .'A ,; 'mZ&7ij&kZ3&321' jWDEBTAKEII AM) 167 MiALME& cairtof Ptiutir Mr It TfCH0 Hwiis Phn KENTUCKY. X Ql.iul...! lit milt. lie otitcry to tho highest and best Mil ler the tract ot bit wti'i oi mini n the IliniL'iiiL' Folk, of vhic4i Giif Hounded MtCormaek died nn Win n. r (It liv land nf P. W. Car llnughman, oast by laud ter and J. II. I i. J. inn ami i'. vt . .iirier, souin by T. J. Hill's land, weU. by land of Mils. H. It. HAWKLKY, U. C. Sl-ames .McCnrmucK. J no land win tie TO THE PUBLIC. rst offcied In parcels or :jh und 20- Summer Aclvrt and I represent the lurircst und best '2 ncres and then us a whole nnu tne Beazley & Co., t A backitchu that cuunot Paint. be explain- - id accepted which realizes the great- - macloto-ordc- r clodiim: houhu ki this 'ed by having "sat in a ilnift" . more sum. Tho object ot tne sale is to country Ed V. Prico & Co., OWcago 1) than Ifkelv Uie icsult of dirtordeted tifv thu Inilnlitedness nf Gus Mc 111. My vxporience in measuring and nnrMinfan(r tn SI. RIO nml In. drroctini; the iuukmii; of your clothes, kidneys. Flcy Kidney Pills promptly . ,1 nit uumiiiiii;o uvur one Willi relieve backache. su,o stiff mus- - tetevt nnd tho costs of wrid suit. rlr, nnd iUitts. rheumativtn.and sleet) The tailo wis be made on u credit Is not a practical tmUir. If you will ! .11lIh..1.I.... l.ln.l.lA.. iiiuirjiiis. TV..... ..fl if kiv mritithA. Thu nitrrjiiisni' will lu Kivo me your order I will promise iJlMnnli. niv. UIUUHI.-'ui i in.m iiiiiik iii .ioiiiki, iMMiitny (mil-Uoi- i. required to. give bond with good se tou u snuui-- dcul. You will L'et the Uie Kiiiuc-ycurity, hourliitr six per cent inierest worth of your inouoy, either in th For sale by all deulers. 'JNOERTAKER ANU EMOALMEB from (kite of siilo until paid, payable. cheapest irrade? or the hkrher prioed. rkigi .Aat'inu Furnl Kirrniturr Pay up your suWfirition new wliile t commissioner, having; Uie force und My SPRING and SUMMKit line oi Uie votes will hu valu-ihlto your fav- effect of u judgment und secured by samples are now ready for. your inlure Exclian.eri tor all Kinds orite (un(Kii:tte. Don't wait until tho lien on the land. K. D. Peunlngtou, spection. Gull nnd let me show you. 0( Stoc. u H. C. RWPLEY, th. Practical TaUoV 31. u. u. u. u. conteU It. over. STANmRO. K PHOftE 47 i- -s mll-t!ia-- e wa-iilat nc. rillrt hnUhp tt tlw.tttSnf fur Mllll It, July 12, 1915 llflitr 111 PUBLIC SALE OF WHISKY Hy . o. s.in vr tin of dihtruint issued from the office of John V. Hutches, collector of tho th Internal Hovenuu district, of Kentucky, und iif,'nlnst Mre. Jennie M. Walker, of W. V. Walker, I wrll on Mon-daJuly 5, 1915, ut 1 I'. M., on the di.tillorv iiremi.'es ut Crali Orchard, Ky., hell to the nUfheht umurr lor cui.ii ip hand two i m kuiies f vn:fky, seri al uuinliers l.'li"i5 und '.llfif . produced June 1007, und upou which thu IxwuU Hi pwiftl llUH WlM'Vii illll MHWI is now htored in tha dhtillerv unrchousu of Jennio JI Warkur, executrix of XV. V. Walker, remUtered numlier 81. lliu rjulit is rhirved to i eject mid und ull win-rantoxe-cutr- ix 'Mr 1 A Car of Lehigh Just Arrived ft. ?. I We have just unloaded a car of Lehigh Portland Cement nt oua- - warehouse. If you are in the market for cement this is a chance you cannot afford to overlook. Lehigh is u cement which gives you the best value, for it is ground to such a fineness that it makes the strongest concetc. MJJ J. L LMllUlCEMENT has been used on many of the largest municipal and paving contracts throughout the country a good test of its reliability. It will give you the best satisfaction in your concrete, work. Come in and let us figure on your requirements. FOR SALE BY J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. ' I s (.) ai-.i- WMaWETI