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No. 54 The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, July 6, 1915. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS Hi- - Thlt li Whea Tom Tfesw Watei tht Datt 0 Labtt tat Renew Your Sabtcrlat'oa Proaatlr Papf Stoat V Tuesdays and Fridays UP At- SECOND BIG VOTE OFFER CLOSES NEXT MONDAY NIGHT AT 9 O'CLOCK LANCASTER LETTER New, From the "Land of Now" Gi ered by I. J, Correspondent. CRANK SHOOTS MORGAN THINGS WARMING CLOSE CALL FOR AUTOISTS. Run Into By Lexington Man Who Did Not Know How To Qrive. Otrer-stree- Items of Inlereit Boiled town for After Setting; Off Bomb In Capitol Commonwealth's Attorney's Race Building at Washington. Buty Readers. tracting Much Attention An attempt ngnnst the life of J, P. Interest In tho various Stales races John Evans tin old Union soldier Miss Alma Lackey, isf Itiahmi ml, Is t, Saturday afternoon W. II. nnd prominent citizen of Liberty, is Morgnn, head of the firm of J. P. has not wnned. but that in the the 'tueit of Miss Lillian Cochrnn. of tho L. A N., Ben Jenniagr, Morgan & Co., financial ngents of the Attorney's race now oc- of this office, W. C. Potts, and Wnl. Mrs. Theodore Curry left this week dand nt nu ndvnnced ngc. Alfalfa was recommended ns n cute British Govcrmcrit, nnd the explosion cupies the forefront. Things have ace Sig)etn startrj for a viit to rtdirtivtis ai Rome, Gn. in of u bomb in the Capitol building at been unusually quiet In thnt race up tliv former's Ford All -- I exniitin unRev. A. J. Cleer filled the pulpit for indigestion before tho American Washington ent tne two of tho dramatic to yestcrady, but when Judge John til tlwy enmc within aboat nicely of nt the Baptist church Sandny morn- Institute of Homvopnthy. n mile Automobiles license fees collected incidents growing out of tho Europe- hnm Owsley, Lincoln's candidate for Cnmp Nelson. Just as they- wero ing ami evening. offieo, spoke at Harrodsburg rounding "Ilreastwoik Curve thay .1, S. Bowman, of Lewis county in Kentucky since Jnnunry I, of the an wnr. Mr. Morgan's nssnllant, Frank the Mrs. LAST CHANCE TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OP THIS MAMMOTH VOTE Holt, nn Americun of German descent tilings got interesting nnd they grew is hero for n visit to lit- - grandparents, mi rent year total $08,580.20. aw h twin ng down tha hill at n OFFER FOR AFTER JULY I2ll. THE VOTE SCHEDULE WILL Kirtlcy Ilnrman wns hurt nnd his nnd n teacher of languages, in ex- more so us the day wore nn. Mr. Ows- lively rate. It wns only 2i or 30 feet Mr. nnd Mrs. W. G. Anderson. his visit to Mr. Morgan said ley made a dignified talk of some TAKE A MOST DECIDED DROP AND CONTINUE S. II. Pollilt and cldidrcn left horso was killed by a train near Leb- plaining Mrs. from them. The diiv-r- , wno proved to SO DURING THE BALANCE OF CONTEST. tho past week for scleral weeks' visit anon while attempting to cross tho it was for tho purpose of having him thirty or forty minutes, during which lie Shirley DeLaney, of Lew;!itit vns end tho European rur. Holt confessed ho reviewed his record nnd made a tmck. TURN IN ALL POSSIBLE SUB. lo lelntives In Mnson county. taking tha left side of the ruad etid The nt VersoHk-- i, i that ho wns responsible for the explo fiuv romnrks nbout that of his oppon- made no effr to nn l.i . rs? to he Mr. and Mrs. Wm. ttrnd'haw have SCIHPTIONS BEFORE ABOVE in uio cnpltnl nulldlng this with ent. Ho mada u charge or two, also right. Mr. have sion returned tn Decatur, III., aftur u Princton nnd Ellr.nherhtown Ovcrstroei. who was) drivHOUR AND DATE. pleasant visit with Gurraid relatives. been mUuncod from the third to th tiro object of bringing "to the atten- that Mr. K. V. Puryear mny find ing, thinking he would be given a portion of the American pooplc tho terri- difficult iw explaining satisfactorily to tion of the pike waited an instant beMrs. W. A. Carson nnd daughter, second class. Germnny's reply to tho last Ameri- ble murders being committed in Eu- the voters of this district. One of them fore pulling to tho left, but finally did Miss Annclk', of Stanford, have been rope." Mr. Morgnn suffering from was: tho recent guests of Mm. W. J. Ro- can note concerning tho Lusitanin two buHet wounds, is the gravity nnd stopped tho car. DcLnney of "Clayton Board, of Hnrrodsburg, $o, prxbably will not bo received before ONLY A SHORT TIME LEFT TO HELP YOUR FAVORITE WIN A LE- - mans. .. vJiich Is known only to the attending wns ttiuicteti ami tried at the last Jan- - seamed to make no effort to cither the expiration of another week. . top his car or change his course, hut Mrs. Carrie Graves nnd little son, LAND PIANO OR ONE OF THE OTHER VALUABLE PRIZES. i nil-- - .uurer court on mo Jreen Davidson was convicted In physicians, but they announce thnt the ... havo returned to their home in Falcrashed iato the auto. The gentlemen bullets do not SUBSCRIBE OR RENEW YOUR SUBSCRIPTION TO- mouth after u visit to Mr. J. A. Estill county of mnn4nughtcr for hav. There wore no mvolve nny vital organ. charge of common nmsnncc, in suffer - lwcre nil thrown out, Mr. Jennings . unfavorable symptoms m, ,.,.,. ing killwd his cousin, B. Davidson DAY FOR YOUR FAVORITE CANDIDATE .ii...K uiuiMiiKiimi " - lighting nn the radiator of the Dc- Anion. trrous people to congregate in and Laney car, nfter breaking through A tornado, making a swath 100-fe- nt 1 1 o'clock Inst night. Forest and Robert Smfth, of BirmWILL NEED YOUR SUBSCRIP. around his premises and wns fined the wide passed through Mercer ingham, Ala., tiro enjoying u visit to Strange as it may TION TO WIN. $300. His counsel filed a motion nnd seem, none of them wore hurt to their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Solon B. county doing much damage to fonties, Crab Orchard Sprinot. grountl for n new trial at the same speak of, a few bru'rsos aMd scratches It cos, barns and crops. Henry. A At the trustee's meeting m Waynes-bur- g Crab delightful crowd is sojourning nt term. Mr. Puryear has never had the being the only injuries sustniaed. The MNs Joan Mount wns tho hostess nt Saturday M. P. Shadoan was guests Orchard Springs. Over 100 court to pass on simo cither nt that car was put out of commission nnd Just seven days remain of (lit- - preUntil furtlrer netlco, candidates a six o'clock iliniKT, ve nonoreo benre comsent big vote iiitluccmaiit. Not u very will bo allowed t poll u sufficient ing Mrs. Ilrnuhnin Ileu.ley, of San elected teacher of the Polly Anne ing in each present nnd more arennmos term or at the May term of the court, was later taken t a garage at Nichday. The following and thnt the judgment now stands suslong time, tu he sure, hut a winner number of votes to place their stand- Angcloo, Texas. school in the Southern End. were tuken from the register, being pended by reason therof, and ennnot olasville for repairs. The Overland Foodstuffs valued nt $724,000,000 Into or Iomt of the Cnpltul Prize can liu ing 10,000 votes in advance of the Monckiy wns observed here as the arrivals ut the delightful old bo enforced until the motion is passed car, driven by DeLaney, was not much mnilu in tlmt time. A great muiiy leader of tho preceding issue. dnmagod, nor were the occupants of 4th of July as that date fell on Sun-du- were exported in the eleven months health and summer resort. purupon. That this was done New Subscriptions votes can lie gained liy a husJlcr in All tho banks nnd postofficc in ending June 1. All products show an George Johnson nnd wife, George- pose antl solo object of for the the that car injured. It was a remarkable gaining . the next week vvhKe (ho candidate 10 years . immense gain over atie provius year. .127,80.0 votes town were closud. of Board und that of his escape and the gentlemen have much Tdie Big Four Railroad Company town: Miss Bllu Force, Georgetown; support 1,200 votes ilio ii willing to trull on until the H years Misses Mildred and Virginia Benz-le- v Miss Rinn Ashurst, Georgetown: E.B. friends ns far ns possible in tho pri to be thankful for. Mr. Overstreet 5 years the last loses! the iidviintnuos afforded 5y,tpo votes could not turn his car to the right, as left last week for a visit to Mrs. hns plncud 'and order nt Pincvirie for I yean liy this mammoth vote offer 40,880 votes James Ellison in Madison nnd Mrs. 150,000 tons of coal, the first it has Yates, Georgetown; Mr. .and Mrs. J. mary of August i an embank- W. Appleton, Lexington; Mr. and did not deny the i""". m,"v R2m,K,V Mr. Puryear .1 1,200 votes ! 3 years ever bought in that sccton of Ken- Mrs. II. F. Chapman, Monday night, July 12th at 9 2 years . in. Jnne nenr Winchester. Lexington; John charge save to say that if a motion 21,000 votes tucky. o'clock is iiooUivcly your lust chance 1 Misses Jnne and .Vary Doty enter"ash was clearly the fault of R. II. Har-mayear. .. 10,200 votes tained John Rockefeller has ordered his J. Hutchinson, Lexington; D. Andrews and grounds had been filed, he knew DeLaney, who in more ways than one to take udvantago of this offer for at their homo on Danville ave- estate atD.Pocuntico Hills closed to visLexington: Mrs. E. nothing about it, and that he supposed i Old Subscriptions. jifter the above hour anil tint the Dran-hain nnd daughter, Flemlngsburg; Sidney the fine had cither been mid or su- - .proved his lack of knowledge of his 10 years 45,800 votes nue at dinner an honor of Mrs. vote schedule will take a most drivmg of it. Bcariey, attrac.vo visitor in itors and has had the guard about it 34,000 votes Iinraster from San Angoloc, Texas. doubled. Only employes nre permitted Freemnn, Lexington; S. N. Mobley, perseded. This shows on the face of it car and tho drop and will continue lower 8 yenrs The Stanford gentlemen were taken Sr Richmond; Neville Mobley, Jr., a neglect oi duty and we might state . 20,500 to enter upon or leave the grounds. votes jltiring tlio remainder of the contest. 5 years to Nicholasville by Boner, of The Ijincastcr Boy Scouts under 4 years. ... . that Mr. Puryear's Cnmp Nelson, where John caught aa 15,200 votos D. A. Thomas, a British capitalist Lexington: Kirk Moblcv. Leximrton: parenthetically Tho importance of the candidate r, they F. 11,400 votes the chaperonago of and coal operator, reached New York J. H. Cooper, KnoxviHe: W. R. Wil- - part of the lino is $150. utilizing every "Pre moment during 3 years blue-graM. capital, rejoinder he intorurbnn for the In Mr. Puryear's 7,000 vote dayv'Tinder, left Monday for i; ten on the American liner it. Iiuis nnd Hlams, Lexington: E. A. Babhage, this ollor cannot le too strongly cm. 2 years outing at Camp Daniel Boone, will supervise the filling Mrs. L. B. Hnbulev. Mnrion. stated that it was not his purpose to which they reached about 9 o'clock. 1 year 2,000 votes Prize, in campaigns of thin on the Kentucky river, seven miles munitions of war placed of orders for III.; Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Wnlkcr. Louis- - enter into personalities; that he might, Iikasizcd. in this coun sometimes won or lost by f'om Nicholnsvillc. hvirle; L. Goldburg, Louisville; J. G. if he was so declined, go into tho Mrt. ShatiK Entertains Charmingly. liy the Allies. very narrow margins nnd nil present o HOW THEY STAND TODAY o J. W. Smith, a progressive business tryAnnd Canada boxnb was exploded in .Marts, Georgetown; Dr. and Mrs. personal and official record of Mr One otwhe most pleasant social af- dynamito Following is the standing of o" mnn of this place has one of tho hando intlirntMins in this content point to the Downs, Georgetown; Miss M. Owsley, but the fact that he did not fairs of the season was the Rook party fact that this rncc will bo very close. o tf the contestants up to Tucs- - o somest suit and hat cnbkicts over nn nreaway of the detectives' bureau Laxiagton; Miss Nancy Willis, do so lead many to believe that ho I given by Mrs, W, C. Shanks at her at police headquarters in New York. 11115. th, So every candidate ahold do tier ut- o day, July I'iu o in a town of this size. It is fin- A Lieutenant was thrown from his Nicholasville; Mi.-Lela Hurjzekar, thought he could not do it with profit. spacious home on lower Mnin. Mrs. most, tn imihor in nil possible sab o vote: together or plac in en- - o scn in aiahou-nnished irnd will accom- chair, u heavy door blown awny nnd Middresboro; Col. C. W. Fowler and During his remarks Mr. Puryear is Shanks who is awavs an ideal hostess fcriptions during this lug vote otlVr o volpes before depositing in o modate 250 sails. flying metal pierced the ceiling of wire, Lyndon; Mrs. R. S. Benzlev. alleged to have said that "a coterie was assisted by Mrs. Lena Cook, Mrs. fcr it is much bettor to have a sur-pl- o the ballot box, Votes may be o Mrs. W. A. Aritold cntvrtained nt a Kentucky; Miss Maud Head, of Stanford politicians who did not 'S. J. Embry and Miss Jennie Warren, of votes tbnn not quite enough. o clipped from the paper or they o course dinner at her home in Hill cells ncross the hall. pf Chicago, i.buisviiic; iMiss .Minnie ilennesy, stand for tho best things, were Miss Jano Addnms, house was beautiful with its a are given frcw on both old and o Court, th Cmh Your Promiin, honor guest being Mis of the International Con- Louisville; Miss Eunice McBride, sponsible for his having opposition, igrent bowls of flowers and ferns. e o new subscriptions. A'sk fox o Allre Arnold, n D. & I), tencher in chairman Don't let any opportunity to secure a votos gress of Woman for Pcade, that met Louisville, Mr. and JLrs. S. Cook. Fair alio spoke in u most uncompli- - on their arrival the guests were sarved when paying your sub- - o Pittsburg, Pa., and Misa Virginia at the Hague in April, returned sulwcriptlons puss by utrn4icod this field; C. Howard. Mt. Sterling; Mr. mentary aianner of the dozen or a refreshing fruit punch by Mrs. o Goodloo, of Snrintrfield. week. When you are pacing back a scripHous. Europe She wil. have nn and Mrs. Rathchiid and daughter, more gentlemen who had accompanied, Cook who gracefully presided at o imiiI forth uniting for the judges to o The Lancaster people are congratu- early interview with President Wilson Louuville; Mfcs Kmma Grnuman, Mr. Owsley to HarrotUhurg. referring punch ,ow. At the close of Hie (hush the llnnl count you will think lating themselves that they will have Louisville: Miss Susie Thompson; R. to them and Mr. Cvvsle,v s Lincoln pame., n delightful salad course was i( the many hours in the past that If there is nsiy mistake in the count n intellectual treat ngain next year S. Jett, Mt. Vernon; Mis Elizabeth county supporters as riff raff. This Scrve, to t,e following guests: Mrs Stanley nnd the County Unit. you might have used to good advan- of any rontoslnnts vote up to the in that thu Kedpath Chautauqua will Kdmonds Nnshille; Mrs. Kugenc does not oome with good grace from william Severance, Mrs. Albert Sev-M- r. Stanley spoke at Horse Cave with Weeks. tage !! securing anough subscrip- present date, it must lie called to thp be in this city in 1910. In n short Puryear, who received a most ,.raNC0. Mrs. Thomas nice. ?,r.s jJe S Louisville: Mrs. H. S. Wcin-bauWJs heart aglow for the Countv unit tions to make yu a winner. Don't attention of the contest manager be- - space of time 550 season tickets were Miami, complimentary vote in Lincoln coun- - uicCi M Louisville: Will Cf M Tt Robert like all the wholasalc Mquor houses Fla; ColHns Burk, wife Barkly, let this happen hut think of those lore .viontiny iiwh. uthorwic, the sold. and duutrhtcr. ty whe he was nominated a few T Bruce Mrs G G p M I.iwirustor friends learned with deep and all the distilleries in' the State. Somerset: C. M. Quinscnbcrry, Lex- years ago. and it is not relished by,n. Cooper. Miss Lucile Cooper. place. now. Start out toJny vtih a ntnnthng ns pMblishwd today must be Miss resrret of the serious illness of a for Why is he for tho County Unit? Why ington; Mrs. Leonora Wanton. Rich- that gentleman's friends or the loncwed deterinin.ition to make the taken ivs correct. S. Cook. Miss Anna D. McRob-lanre the liquor forces of the State mond; R. Lelie Combs antl wife, Lexopportunities. most of your pro-m- i mer resident, Mr. A Goodloc IK-kcdemocracy of this county It was erts Jlrs. Harvey McKoberts, Mrs. MorrUnd, Ky. preaching the County Unit doctrine t ail on all thoco frionda who havo Miss I.ydia Weddlc not courageous, to say the leas, tojJohn Fostet.( Miss M Clara 11,125 lit hW knme in Kansas City, having Burch, Miss excluding their liquor ington; Miss Mrs. A. Cochran. Lexing mnki a ficht on Jlr. Owsley s friends olln u'nn.io m , promised Ui help you at the last untl .Miss Anna S. Reynolds B. Pnchett, Lex t ii ton; Mr. anil 208,750 sustained n stroke of paralysis. Ho is doctrine that is tell them tlmt this week is the time Miss Olga Myers tho orrly son of Mrs. I). M. Lackey from scores of counties in the State? ington; .Mrs. Wallace Searls, Lexing because Mr. Owsley had made charges ,John ji. shanks, .Mrs. Harrv Hill, Mrs. 327,425 It is because this great wave of re ton; It. C Shipp. mother nnd dnuch against him that he did not deny or William Dozier, Mrs. James Paxton, their help will do you the most good. Miss Prudence Fcrroll 47,100 of this plucc. r riomls heard with regret that Miss form 1ms declared it as law and they ter, Lexington: John Joyner. Lexing. saiisiacioruy aiwiii. mts. tiugn Keid, .Mrs. it. .M. Newland, McKinney. Kv. Annie llclle Hurnspilo, the veung urenu me impeiming uoum oi u mgger ton: John West, Lexington; Mrs. Ga- An immense crowd heard the jirs. r, j. Brown, Miss Marv Bruce. Miss Ruth Cocking VS'iJJJ Ulaughtor of Mr. and Mrs. Jumos Burn - "nit tha n county unii. ine uiea oi Jio Kelly, Georgetown; Mrs. Lusby, speeches and much enthusiasm was jijss Marv Higgins MissTlertte Jean Miss Ruth Tanner I 'do, of this county wtis so ii: It was a great day for Mr. pennv Miss Noe of Hopkinsville, Mrs. shown. to .c-- Stanley, the recognized tongue oX the Georgetown. Miss Mnry Lois Gunn . Owsley, whose stock went up seyerirl LeHa Cook. Mrs. Sam Embry, Jr (quire nu operation for appendicitis liquor forras being for the county Crab Orchard, Ky. while vUiting hor sister, Sirs. J. V. unit when he sweated blood four years points, and who w certain to win in jjrs. E. C. Walton, Miss Jennie War- Miss Jnlia Brown. 2 Mrs. J. P. Morgnn and the Morgan th Aiiist nnm:-v- . ll'.),950 Arnold of Birmingham, AT. in fighting it in tho Convention at K Mim Mary Gaines '.11.275 daughter! Louisville, n,1(l wo understand that children were to be held as hostage Miss Fcrnau Askins, the Jlr. Owslev will speaK nere aiontiny Ml2 Klin Rigaby, 12,175 of Mr. J. W. Askins, died nt the home there nre sworn affidavits to the f in their own home nnd killed with dyand it is probable that Mr. Puryear Former Stanford Boy Wins Prize. Huitonville, Ky. hor father nt Bueua Vista, after a feet that he sought to get the namite if 'J. P. Morgan refused to use will also speak. Commercial-Tr- i The Cincinnati Miss Robarta Illain . illness in 1,025 of several months, igntes from McLean county to vote his influence to stop the exportation bune contains a most complimentary Mis Margaret Alle-250,725 The deceased is survived bv her the County Unit plfink enter-ent- s, of war munitions. Frame ::olt. who atCut The T.'cedi. article on John Downer, formerly of Miss Christina Iiir 203,275 several brothers und sisters. She ling'thc Democratic platform, hut they tempted l asMissininte Mr. Morgan, If the L'OOil Stanford people would ithis citv and nn nhl Stanford ttiffh had been a faithful membar f the wikl they wore instructed to vote for tld officers. Jlr. Morgan continues to turn their attention toward cutting ' School boy. He won tho Robert Pat-th- e Kings Mountain, Ky, exMi.s Grace Thompson 112,925 Presbyterian church tr.ice euily child- that plank and he answered: 'D-- n the show improvement nnd an weeds around tnelr premises and iterson McKibben gold medal given hood. inctructinns vote ngaiiut it anyhow.' amination revealed that no bones had on the vacant lots the town would (that member of the senior class of the Stanford, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Win. G. Anderson McChesncy i for tho County Unit been damaged. Late last night the present a far better appearance. The JloMicken College of Liberal Arts who Mrs. Wnlter Jonn 334,975 Miss Kva Rankin 334,975 will bo hnnorces nt a reception at with all his soul provided he wn't get financier was resting misily. lot on Depot street, recently purchus- - has kept before him throughout his W. A. Hatfield has been nrrested at etl by the county, is in seiious need of course ideals of manliness such as col- Mrs. Lucy Miller Kiutley 331.975 their home in tho west suburb Tues-iki- something bigger of tho same kind, the occasion ..cing tn celebra- while Stanley and the distilleries nre Paducah oil the charge of killing Ed attontion nnd it is hopetl that the mat- lei'e I' re sbnuld encourage. The paoer 143,750 Miw PaHenrs Calmco 139,525 tion of their (11 t mairhgo irtin'ver-s.i- r for the County Unit to keep from hav- Pegntm and wounding George Fengin, ter of clearing it up will not be long says that the applause following the Miss Hc'ttie P.K'k, KOf tho gue- - s pi'-in- l at their ing something worse of the same kind. who were calling on his daughters. 132.750 Mis Fannie Scott, delayed. awardiag of the prize lasted several Tobacco sales will be held once n 3 12,925 wedding there nre ooly five now livMiss Osa Farmer, Hart County News. minutes and that the honored student , ing who saw them united ta marriage week only in the future nt Hopkins-rill- e. McChetney, Most Papular Candidate had to arise before the tumult would Wayneibiw-gKy. eaaaflero VeBaBBBaBaBr so long ugo. one of the few markets in the 90,750 MikS Coru Singleton Flippin and Kennedy Both. At the Masonic picnic, given by the subside. State still open. The largest nvernge in hemp culti30,250 Miss Srlii.i Muncie Day Lengtie at Fontaine but Not An extra for of secret service St. John's vated in Garrard county In a number Flinpin only is Kennedy unfit, is Rain Knocked Out Picnic. Hi. 150 Mis Mary Vfarrinur i. n.cro fcc if llLible. It a men N now guarding President Wil- Ferry Park, in Louisville last week, of years is now in it thriving condition K"Smu '''s aWaJHIi 4,825 Miss Mabel Wright, a loving cup was given H. V. The heavy rain of Saturday knockand growing with a luxuriance that well Injun f;it that 1 lippin has not son. Vice President Marshall states a silver McChesney, candidate of the temper- ed into n cocked hat the plans laid Mt. Salem, Ky. nrguod a casn in court for six yenrs. received 100,925 promise und immense yield. Tho large Ho has only madn one speech in court that he had recently. many threats of ance forces for Governor, as the re- by the Wnynesburg Maccabees for Miss Nannie McKinney assussinatin tracks of deep green fragrnnt seen sult of a voting contest for tho most their picnic nt Waynesburg that day. DISTRICT NO. 2 MISS EVA RANKIN along every rond lending out the Gur- - in twoh'p year and made such n fail popular candidate for office in Ken- Quito a twin tier went from Stanford, Lancaster, Ky. R. F. D. No. 2 rard capital suggests days agunc, ure of that one that he hnss never tried McChfuney Talk. To 2,500 in Morgan tucky. but the elements were such that th'e Commonwealth Attorney? 322.250 when tac Hut product was given pref- - ' Today, we present to you Miss Kva Miss Florence Dawes picnic wns very sensibly called off, V. McChesney spoke Hon. Ita-v293,425 ,rencp over tnlmrco 'No. we do not think so. Wo want no - joung lady liv- MihS Stella Comely ltnnkin, a charmin;and they hnd their trip for naught. Ben Durham Dead. u nt West Liberty Monday nt Highland such man to prosecute the Paiat Lick. Ky. ing on tho Danvrlle pike, who bus The automobile contast which has Ben Durham, who for many years About 3 o'clock in the afternoon the 0,200 been on In Luncnster for some months tors. Park to more thnn 2,500 persons, sevcandidates Miss Louise Rico . oiie of the stle-igethat hnd Brodhead, Ky. The above is from the Somerset eral hundrod of whom were women. was a merchant of Junction City, died crowd grounds gathered in town went in this big rn'co nice, for fame and to n closo Saturday afterpait came and listened to speech..109,175 noon. A number of the business men Herald, which is supporting Judge Lit was the biggest crowd ever assem after a brief illness. Before entering to the fortune. Miw Runkin is the daughter Miss Ada Wjyd es 68,25 of the town combined nnd offered the Rethurum for circuit judge and Judge bled there to hear a political speech. the mercantile business he worked for C. bv Judge Charles Hardin, Hon. C. of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kankin and Miss. Etta Cable . .. Fox und Commonwealth's AttdV-ne- y Danville, Ky. has hundreds of friends throughout muchinu to tho one holding the lucky Jnrvis for Commonwealth's Attorney. The people wnlked the half mile to the Q. & C. nnd made that concern a Bmmct puryear. 331,075 ticket. The fortunate winner of the. If the latter (evtlman should fail to Highland Park when it was found tha splendid man. Mr. Durham was an exthis section of the state who are Miss Elizabeth Dye . ii 1,275 watching her race with great inter- Miss Joy Taylor prize was Mr. Robert Burton, the' connoot with Hie offices they arc courthouse would not hold ttic people. ceedingly clever man and his death, Attention Honemen. 334,975 number being 7,994. Others winning socking, Editor J. K. fceoK will either spoke for nearly two has caused much regret. The burial McChesney est nnd doing everything possible to Miss Kthol Bell Schadel The colt, saddle and harness stakes Junction Cit. Ky help hor. At present, Minn Kunkin. tho $5 ptizes wero Rev. S. II. Pollitt, have to "eat crow," support the "un- hours and applause was frequent, occurred at ParksviUe. of the Knights of Pythias fair, which 111,225 J. Y. Robinson, J. W. Smith, Bruce fits" or bolt the ticket. Which will ho hearty nnd general and it wns evident is attending the Summer Session of M1m Gertrude Richardson Shelby City, Ky tho State Normal School, at Richthat the crowd was for tho State- Headache and Nervouinets Cured. will be held at Stanford Aug. 18, 19 rSutton, John Sunders, A. B. Bourns, do? 208,125 Wm. Potiff, Price Bourne, Jessie Yeu-ke- y wide candidate. After the speech mond. Ky, but her lulutives nnd Miss Emily Murphy "Chamberlain's Tablets are entitled and 20, will not close until July 20th, Liberty, Ky. the time having been extended to nbout fifty women arose in the audifriends are carrying on her campaign and W. A. Arnold. It wns a Ford Declines To Make Race n - ?' . 73,650 machine costing $405 nnd it was sold " floing during her absence and with tho con- Miss Muggic Brown i ""J1," ln "" It was reported that T. W. Jones, ence and sang "Kentucky's to Mr. writes Mrs':Richard Olp, Spenceport.- rcame tinued support of her many loyal :...L" L.. "" at niwe upon the public square by Mr. the J"" stock buyer nnd splen- Dry." Many Republicansspeaking and N. Y. They have cuirad me of head- f" A' T.with entry blanks,"".Y. ta E. Mrt. Noe Worried. friends, she will, without u doubt, take Ihirton to Dave C. Sanders for $380. did Lincoln county citizen, would McChesney after the ache and nervousness and restored me vided nledged their support in the event of to my normal health." For swle by all C. Walton, secretary, who will Mrs. Huuh M. Noo. who is exceed her place among the leader on July make the race for the democratic hfs them to you by return mail. 2t 17th. nomination. Mt. Sterling Ad dealers. ingly fod of riding and driving, and BOWEN. nomination for Representative, but n Mrs, Georgo McGowan Is still on when an I. J. representative saw lam vociite. who, liy tlio way is n expen Card of Thanks. lwd n diappoiitment tho otli-v- r the siok list. Bought Motor Truck. ubtcrlptinn given positively that A tUs motning he stat-rTo tho many dear friends who so ' tiy that has. not yet ceased to worMrs. Fannie Dunn is still confined hv would Hot run. "I hove been im11. Baughman & Co. havo bought u friend or relutive will boost Bett Diarrhoea Remedy. by J. lovingly ministered to the lust in our has your campaign mmo nw than later. ry her. Shu good a mngiilicentas home, to her toom. portuned to mnke the race, but havo If you have ever used Chamber- of Hugh M. Noe, representative of he is in hnrncsx Miss Mnithu Russell will go to Dan- too much to look after to do so. I ap- lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarwhoen tho International Harvester Co., a recent bereavement, we desire to exGet big subscriptions if you can but which Is ns under the saddle. She has been riding ville this week to nurse for Mm, preciate the good feeling many have Remedy vou know thnt it is n success motor truck for the delivery of (lour, tend our heartfelt thanks. Especkilly dun't neglect either old or new thank tlesirc for even one subscription him altogether since her nriivni nere, Cooper. expressed, but win not comply with nm. P fill!- , WliiltW Alii writ.ia "1 feetl, etc. Kmmett canine is the do we who leftto nothing the Odd Felunewne and harness Mrs. Arthur Statum has 'jcen visit- their lequest wliLli you may lack may bo the means but derided to use him in In. to enter tho political r... measles and pot caught out In the i ciiauwcui m i.iaru.-- mm nc moa u lows, She ing her mother at Liberty, but will game." ho stutcd. Tomorrow is the hud mny richest blessings attend every since tho good weather set of you losing a valuable piize. my stomach and "icely. rain, and it settled in one. Mrs. Kntherine Mugee and famtho big vote inducement brought with Wer a pretty ttnp, nnd n return homo this wct. last day for filing petitions In older bowels. I had an nwful time, nnd hatl ily; Sam Mageo. closos Munday night, July 12, ut 0. few days ugo when she went to use it, Wo are soiry to hear of Mr. Porter to get on tho ballot and it is ccrtirin it not been for Chamberlain's Colic. Wlnd Dld Dmage. tiriM Subscriptions sent by mail will be ac- she discovered that the nbbor That Sandidge'a wheat stack being struck now that Mr. W. G. Gooch will have Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I The wind of a few afternoons ago 30 Days Ror Stealing. cepted on this offer if tho envelope had been stolen from Uio rig. no opposition for tho nomination. by lightning und destaoyed. could not pflssibly have lived but a blew down 41 big trees on the farm of Anderson Baughman, a young colcontaining same is mulled from uny she was vexed, no one can doubt or Kus-scMrs. is visiting her few hours longer, but thanks to this John B. Anderson, on Dlx river, and ored boy, was given 30 days in jail on The stealing of rubber mother, Steve Til ford Meser in honor po.nt ofllco and postmniked not later blnme her. Mrs. Cured of Indication. remudy. I nm now well and stronu." . did damage to hi scorn anil wheat, the chargo of stealing, by the polico frequent occur, than tho above date and hour. This has become a qulto sells for three to of her birthday. Wo hope that she will Some fonce.weri Mso blown down. Indiana, For sale by nil dealers. Mrs. Sallle P. Claw-sonjudge, Dr. R. L. Davison. gives oumh'dutes living nt ii distance ence here. Rubber scamps live to enjoy many more. Pa., wns bothered with indigestion. an equal chnnce with tho3o living six cents per pound, nnd tha school in this district will start "My stomach pained me night and Our get it wherever mey can W. R. Willie' Son.in.Law Dead. close to town. 12 of July, We hope it will bo more duy, she writes, "i would it Into money. Mr. Noo will give the W. K. Willis, of th: city, received man it mis nceii uerorc and ,r,in.i invo hnn.hiMm nmiicel oioai Contest Cloiei July 17th. iniphim n reward for tlwiso who cut tho tires successful THE INTERIOR JOURNAL'S our trustvc will visit thu school und nfter eating. 1 uUo suffered from con a message this morning announcing Tho Interior Journal's Big Travel olf the rig, or will be thankful for This Ballot Oscrii the death o' hi Tour und Prize Contest will close Satthat will leird to the Iden-tlt- y oxamlno the children a little more stipation. My daughtor had used Banks, nt Abingdon, W. Va who died than ho has, so ns to give in good rt- lchHm,eriain.B Tablets and they did TRAVEL TOUR AND PRIZE CONTEST urday night, July 17th. Just eleven Mut Be of the rujiuls. there Monday. This message onme as ports, days Uft to decide the winners of hor so much good that she gave mo a in great shock to Mr. Willi and his Voted on or tho handsome Lelund Piano or tho few doses of them and insisted upoi family. .Mrs. Willis it it Death of Young Lady. iat week to Better Than Life Inturance. Tour to the Panama Exposition or one Before my trying them. They helped me a famMiss Florcnco McWhortor, the Twonty-fiv- o cents invested in u nothing else has done." For sale by be the guest of her daughter andBunks of the twelve other splendid prizes. twenty-year-ol- d Mr. und daughter of July 15 th. ily und was there .when .Mr. to bo sum bottle of Chamborluln'ti Colic, Not a very long time left died. The burial will take p:ucc ut C McWhorter. died nt and Diarihocu Remedy will Cholertt all dealers. defeat Mrs. Chat-leenable but Just loner enougli to Abingdon today. some eiy their homo ut Middlcburg hut week of you to protect your family from any for some candidate unless Good Bank Statement. lingering illness. h resulting fropi strenuous efforts ato put forth in tuberculosis after pretty girl, a devout serious runtcquetu-formerly of tb . W. Poavyhoiife, Imniente Onions FOR .DISTRICT No.... their behalf w.thin tho next few days. Shu was n bright,Chrltiun church and. an at tack of colic or dlarrhoctt 'during of the liar- ill. A. C. Carman left ut this olllce member of the Wot End but i.ow Notei About the Contett. that who are grioeu nt the summer month.. IsBuy not better gin ('omniiHcial Bank & TVurt V, : yewlttrdav three unions that were Address If there U any mistake in tho count hud may friends Tho burial occur- - than life insurance? it now. it k....V.......M..M...a., .. .. so ids - - ulantod by his son, Walter I). Curmnn, douth. ..i..nl..lln ..nn ; . by nil doalars. Jackson. Breathitt bank. oi uny coiuiwuiiu ;".-.- uit in ili hur untimely "", T. T, I m.i.h.i ... ,.mt.rv Wn.l may wive life. For -S h before ho left to reside nt Vale, Ore-irostatement of hh " present date, t mun IjO cniieu io This Coupon, when neatly cut out and brought or mailed to The. three wulirh four nound It ii u strong in-ufter attention of the contest manager be nesday afternoon pastor, appropriate Tho Judge of tho County ('omt In that lias a capital of '" the Contett Department of the Interior Journal will count for the Lid. J. Q. bunk uiner-wiK- i aie - r Sue us they uro :ari(c. If rcmatks by her fore next Thursday went, person whose name is written thereon. UcCnwken.litui oll'ored a toward far posit of $4ut.PiU.0'. -' r itnrdnon thi'k the" 'an the standing us published toiaiy Montgomery. the arrest and oovktlon of speeders. surplus nid r C. ... l to hotr v'r.' we wimbl be correct. Contestants should clip and save the coupons and get their must bo taken as n n (i v 'l tr U fV o m- G. F. Crawford sold to W. II. Bur127,800 votes for a now ten-yefriends to do likewise. (Not g;d nfter the date above mentioned.) c "Night rider" arc reorU ! t ' v . t I, their jrJurt ; i the e ool- subscription until 0 o'clock Monday ton, of Uincaster, a pair of black Per- - visited' sevcr.il n' $31,1 ) clieoii horses lor ou. night, July 12th, fagotti post-offic- T CONTEST CLOSES ON JULY 17TH ..... .... ,,,.-.,- . et wind-shiel- i. 1 n, I ,"-u'ile- m . ooooooooooooooooooo .... . Suout-Mnstc- ss Dra-mon- d, I M A y I ?! Up-H- yes-txd- iv f-- ooooooooooooooooooo ry nt w.i -- , R-- I - R-- cfi-o- dele-lingen- st X-r- y, It-- 3 -- -l R-- -l ,1 """, Inw-vM- well-know- n for-wo- rd imrse-woma- ...-- ......,,......,...,...,.,. .. '3 ; ll son-in-la- Good for 25 Votes ", "" ,.-- .i- -- n. . niiu l,'iia I n VH tf -- &&?. ? ,,,.,'imi ' i.w'i it. r'CwiU ' i"1 r "ty'sft i. i ", i.'.i Am v ; V if n" v' HT'mStmr !.. ' i 'i '- . The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, July 6, 1915. - ' v& i JHonor Roll Bank. OUR AIMS. ployes of this bank are: To promote the interests of customers just as they endeavar to promote those of the bank. To do all they can to make the dealings of depositors agreeable and profitable to them. To confribute to their enterprises the conforesight and timely servative counsel which strong a bank can properly be-n, The Interior Journal WAl.TflN A RlWt.EY. JMitfrt anil fa,M PARLOR GROVE. Mr. flllmoro h nt home nt present, Mrs. J. C. Hundley in on Mic sick $100 A WAR HTKICW.T IN nt l (MM man mmift AlA;wr. Knttrtd pott.l". VW ' "" Mr. The constant aims of the officers and em- Jl nllinl,fl t. an- Tho tHMlnr Tonrral l .uy fIWHIlla "Or nmr. III lfliv'" primary. An, t"p., win .in, llpiriian t. Circuit .tuht Fr . A IHllpS, M Mfrr ruufty. MIX, of ll.jl CMTOj. O CIIAH fur Cnmmnr"itlH r. J V H rot.i7lc.tt. AtroifScr:vr.nTg m ' Jfc MP tvr .Vtfmifd CmmntUritmir WJIT Ki;.ril!, of Knyrtlf Omifjr. J K NKWMAN, of Nel.en Cinty for ClrrtH JF.H0K V l'UYKK, vt UotW" rVnnlj OWM.KY. Jr.. (if Unrnln INmntj. .IK.rn' MAKNIIAM. C !r.Yf.Am For Brfrr.runHr In l.ifinldlutt (i HOOCH II Or WEAlll-V- last with M1ss I'otvHn I'rivott. Mr. Henderson Coif hnd the misfortune to leso n valuable milch cow. Mr. trunk Wall spent Thursday night with his Itfothor, Ihivld Wall. Mr. Powell McCrcnry has gone to Indi.annpnlrx, where ho has employment. M4s Tife-Sims of Buck Creek, spent Sunday with her cousin, Mhw Mrn. Ehrlaht fpent In week with A. B. Wylie. Miss Arule llraswell spent Sunday with Mrss Hani Smith. I Miss Mnziv Urn Kuril stwnf RnnJiu stow. To repay their confidence in us by confidence in them. LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Stanford, Ky "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE" dapital, $100,000; Surplus $100,100. Resources $520,000.00. J. B. Paston, W. H. Shanks, Pres. Vice-Pres. - W. M. Bright, Cashier. J. VV. Rochester, Asst. Cashier. 1 fr Reduced: Prices. WE ARE GOING TO SELL ALL OUR SUMMER GOODS NOW AT COST All Oxfords, Clothing and Straw Hats must go at a great sacrifice as we are overstocked, and will give you good seasonable goods at your own price. I 6 'I lit 5 f papers In the Interest of Stanley, the whisky candidate for governor. The advertising is prepared and written in the guise of news mattwr, Intended t deceive all who did not rccegmzo . Hie tlitplny nnl Uts trne Lpromiment mention was made of the candidates who nrc lighting against suVmisi-ioamendof the Rtnte-wid- e ment, and n few lines were devoted to McChesney. It was stated thtit 40 white men and tun ladies heard him at Miildlesboro, whon the facts are that when his spoaking was finished, the hfHe was well filrcd witli n splendid audience. Then the statement is mack? that "republicans think well of McChesney as a dewucwitic candidate." This last statement contains more truth than anything olw In the entire advertisement, for McChesney each day receives mail from all over the state from hundreds of leading republicans who are pledging him their support in the event he is nominated. Nothing like it was ever seen before in Kentucky politics, in the way life-lorepublicans are openly declaring that they will not vote for .Morrow on his whisky plntferm but will vote for McChesney It he is me ucmocrauc nominee. On the other hand a great many democrats appear to think migh ty little of Mr. Stanley as a democratic candidate. Thousands of them say they will not vote lor h.ni if he should be nominated, and prea:ct that the democrats of Kentucky would be up against the same losing game that they played in rJU7 when tny irieu to play both ends against the middle on the whisky question. With Hagcr, Eli Brown, Allie Young and others who tried to put Hagcr over in 1907, now backing Stanley, thousands of Kentucky democrats sec toe same fate in store for democrn-- y tr the party if. so foolish as to pm Stanley at the head ofthc ticket. chaik-ioterne carried omo The I. J. Friday milil nilvcrtialncr under the hemline "Kentucky 1'olltical N'ews," which wn cnt out to nearly all of the country lat ROBINSON'S, :::::: STANFORD. HwsiV i in"iflsBH9HMsBH In these good, long July dnys, when the political pot has reached the seetrMng state, St is well not to take things too seriously. "Believe half you see and nothing you hear" might be a good motte to adopt. Boosters of one candidate will tell you all sorts of thitr on his cppniient, and when it comes to tellng about the crowds that gather to hear their particular favorite, their consciences seem to desert them. It is really amusing to hear and read the onfth.lm; statements that are going the t finds and thnt one is impressed witl. the the politician is almost as uncertain Las nolitics itself. The wuestion natur- nllv nrcsents itselt why win a person who would tell you the truth under ordinary circumstances stretch the blanket so recklessly when talking fhines political? At Lancaster the enthusiast other day a McChesney told the writer he counted over 300 in 4ie audience that heard Mr. MC' Chesncy at Lancaster. The Lancaster Record, a responsible newspaper, pub lished that trrere were wo in ine crowd? Which was correct and which prevaricated"? Tliis is only one in-rchorp nennle seeminclv bee as they feel. But why do such things hap pen so mucn oncner in poiiura m Ill UUSIUCB3 Ui ,n.Mww. King's Mountain Mi Lulu Waddle has returned to her home after an extended viwt with relatives nt llerc.i. Misct Mac and Gertrude Hundley spent Saturday night with Missoa Lulu rind Klokie Waddle. Mrs. John Routi ami little son, f Lexington, arv vkiting her patents, Mr. ami Sirs. Joe Record. Mr. Willie Horton mid famUy spent Simday with his brother, John Morton and inmily nt KHixon. Mr. ami Mrs. Rnwa T'nll and Mr. Ira BrnsweH spent Sunday with Mr. George Gnimw nnd family. Mrs. Celeste Gooch and childrtni of Somerset visitcl kcr pnrents, M. H. Baker nnd wife last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Irwin Coirins nnd fnmily of Creek spent Sunday with II. GolT nnd fnmily. &". D. Evnns of King's MounRev. tain filled Rev. Wright's appointment, here Saturday night anil two services Sunday. ' Mr. William Waddle, of LouUville, Ky., visited h'ti brother, Jfin and Mrs. M. H. Baker and Mrs. W. F. Skns. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse McCrcnry, pent one night Inst week with the former's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lewis McCreary. Mr. Harold Parsons nnd sister, Miss Lena, of Berea, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Waddle over Sunday. .Mrs. Elmer Moaris and daughter, Mnrcorie. spent Tuesday with Mes- dames Frank and Clarence Howard of King's Mountain. Mr. Valentine Fagaly visited his son, Uruce ami lnmuy ni ainnioru, the firnt of the weeK. Mr. and Mrs. Sum Jones and Miss Rachel Jones were recent visitors. ith Mr. George Blankenshii anil family of Woodstock. Mr. Marshall Ncwland of Stanford, made his headquarter- - ut the home of M. J. Slorgan, while canvassing the voters in this district. Mr. Alford Johnson nnd famjly, Mr. and Mrs. David Walls, and Mr. Ira Braswcll spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jarnett Johnson. Mrs. Claronce Howard and uany daughter, of King's Mountain, were recent visitors with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. linker. Mr. and Mrs. W .F. Sims and little son, Hobert, ami airs. erna ueynoius and baby of Wayncsburg .spent Sun m. Bell. day with Mr. and Mrs. Miss Mazie Braswell had the misfortune to mash her right in the loom. Dr. Caldwell tresed It and hopes amputation will be ."is-tiT-S, fore-finger Vcstn Shiis. Mr. nird Mrs. Wm hell, Sr., spent Sandny with their son i.nd (omily of Owing to the cold late Spring and the continuous wet weather in June we find the trade did not buy as liberally as usual of STRICTLY SUMMER goods. So to make it especially attractive to you and your interest to BUY NOW, we are making very low prices on the following lines. SG.0O Special L ow P rices MEN'S LOW SHOES NETTLETON'S, at at at at at at at ::::;::: $4.00 $3.75 13,50 A' $5.00 WALK-OVER'$4.S0 WALK-OVER'$4.00 WALK-OVER'$3.50 WALK-OVER'$2.50 WHITE SHOES, $1.50 WHITE SHOES, $3.00 $B.50 $1.75 $1.15 stCJ iWALK 9 AL IH J mUTjVER STRAW HATS several different sajrlrs, made of beautiful fine wblte material, worth $5.00 to $6.00 anywhere, at the special price of $3.50 $3.50 Mid $3.00 YACHTS and SOFT STRAWS at . $2.00 $2.50 STRAWS, at $1.50 $1.00 $1.50 and $2.0 GRADE, at $ .75 $1.00 QUALITIES, at MEN'S and BOYS' 25c and 50c WORK HATS, at 15c and 35c PANAMAS, WOMEN'S LOW SHOES $5.00 WALK. OVER, bronze, at $3.50 WALK-OVE- with plain and light colored tops, at at at at at $3.50 $2.75 $2.5 .xt&SflW $3.50 GRADE, at $3.00 QUALITY, $2.50 QUALITY, $2.00 QUALITY, $1.50 QUALITY, $2.00 $1.75 $1.50 $1.00 McRoberts & Bailey MAIN STREET STANFORD, KENTUCKY if Brightening Up With Paint. A Cincinnati firm paid $1,250 pre-- ) W. Acey has greatly improved his mium for the $200,000 rond bonds place of business on Depot street with I kx coat of paint. If the other business sued by Knox county. men and would totiow suit the appearance o7 the best town $100 Reward, $100 on the map would be materially imII Tbe rradrr. of tCI Iarr will l proved. !aso ttiat Itrre u at lea.t vr drratl.il iHia n abk to rur In II. that Mn-h"I. tCatarth. Hill's L'atarrtlillCur. anil that A. B. C. Dinwiddie, of Shelby City, ttarra, onlj ix.Mlfp run now iniinn t ttie nrl ' tb fratrrnlt' Catarrh Iral was in town Saturday. !lrc a rnitl!otknal a l.ar, riulrrsCarp lar"titltutlcial trraturwt inrrnillj. J. home-owne- rs Go To Farris' For Your '!.! e SAVES DAUGHTER Advice of Mother bo Doubt :i Pre Teats Daughter's Untimely End. artlae latin lltll'i Catatab ilrrrctly t!n tb IWkmI anil mnroii. turfana of tlr.troylni; tt" fnurUatt.n Ihv eyitetu, .tr.ntlli f tha dliraH-- . and sl'lnc Ibr ua Ij bullous vf tb miitttutln and altlrc bai Tbe niirlelra ILry lure In dMrie Ita in.tk morb faith In Ita raratlt. r"iH that k orT.r One lluodntl IWIar. for any rM that It falla to rure. Send for Hit it iMilniila.. O. Addrraa I" J. ClinNHV A CO , T..leJ. S..IJ If all Pratsl.ta. TJe. Take UaU'a I'amllr l'M fir ctfiitlpatloo. Garden Tools and Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right. If you want value for your money we have Placed on the bargain counter a lot of Oxfords, in mens, ladies and childrens. Look them over : : the next time you come in. : : : ( I I u Ready, Ky. was not able to dc over the city. This reminds us that the tnything for icarly six months," write running ueiween asil Urs. Laura Bratclicr, of this place, "am traction line lan.t triia State, and Huntington, W, vas down in bed for three months. Va., is making a terrrfic ::ght on the I cannot tell you liow I suffered witl jitney bus, which is cutting into its uy head, and with nervousness anc business, une 01 us enuno mu vomanly troubles. the jitney owners irresponsible with my husband he Our family this couplet: "Who pays the bills if ould not do doctor told me any good, and he had the jitney bus kills?" The people are o give it up. We tried another doctor, not disturbed by the question and jt he did not help me. ho littln litnevs arc doing nn in DINNER SET HOW TO OBTAIN A At last, my mother advised me to takr purchase of fine China Ware, direct from the pottery creased business. The majority of us ,'ardui, the woman's tonic. 1 though' Urge Through don't care very much for money after t was no use for was nearly dead anc are offering to our customer an unusual opportunity to supply them- we are dead. What we want is to nave selves with this houieholld necessity. These sets are celebrated Limoges it while we are here and :;ve as long lothing seemed to do me any good. Bui took eleven bottles, and now 1 am ablr Dinner Set, classy and strictly Ware, in a beautiful as we can. o do all of my work and my owr In appreciation of your patronage, we propose while they last to give Aashing. Ed Morrow, I think Cardul is the best medicine In our patrons the benefit of this purchase. With every 25c cash sale, we Friends of will give a coupon. When you have secured twenty (20) of these cou- of Somerset, will learn with regret his die world. My weight has increased, 1 ago. While pons, return them to us with $2.98 and receive one of these sets usually misfortune of a few days out of the ind look the picture of health. " fellow motorist If you suffer from any of the ailments design of these Dinner Sets, helping aPulaski county, Mr. Morrow retailing at $6.00 to $8.00. The beautiful mire in Peculiar to women, get a bottle ol Cardui Bow on exhibition at our store must be seen to be appreciated. I i i had his right thumb broken. He is a 'oday. Delay is dangerous. We know Mid the broken t will help you, for it has helped sc great hand-shakmember will interfere with his can-vi- many thousands of oilier weak women to some extent, but it will not In the past SO years. STANFORD, KY. THE REXALL STORE keep him from being the republican At all druggists. 's Bar nominee for governor. The clever Wrif next bad luck will come early Admory it Chattanoofa Msdlcln. Co, Ladlti Dec.. Chattanooga. Tern., lor .sku in the coming November. 'Hrtruttifun on your cat. and 64 pass book, 'Hon-.- , 1 street cars an install jitney bus lines Muskogee, Okla., will banish its " Here's What You Want The People's tue What Mat Vet Place Advei. You JUve to Sell BHTf ff " ch 42-Pie- WiTSI E ji.v PPSTKD. John Hcrzog. Posted Anton Tonn. FOR RENT. Houfe nnd lot or Darst street. Apply to Hughes & 63-2- t. 1 FOR SALE. Auto ! fine runninc order. Will demonstrate. In use every 52-- lt. day. Address Box 201). W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard Kentucky Heavy brown hip robe, beLOST. tween mv home on Somerset ttreet and Rowland, Jeff J. Helden. 51-- 1 FOR SALK. Second hand Max well runabout. Burirain if fold ut once. (Jl-M. S. BauKhmun, Stanford. tf PENNY'S DRUG STORE, er gi-tleman- NOTICE. Five per cent penalty added to school tax on Auk, 4. 191-r- . L. R. HiiKhes, Trcas.. Roam 20, ovr !2-tLincoln National Bank. d. Try The 1 Dam Sweep Rake For Handling Hay Easy. Can Move Without Loading on Wagon. gan, the great Ne5 fork financier the next, may be crazy and we presume he is, but he s mighty dangerous sort of a human to have 'round. Society will be better off and the country safer whe,n BUch ns Holt are put to death. What'8 the ute of delay-n- g matters? McDermott secured Lieut. Gov. Vui lilnml !n Urn nrfM'nl pamnalirn when Gov. McCreary p. pointed W. 0. The fellow Holt, who fcet off a bomb in the capitol buihiwig at Washington on one day oad shot J. P. Mor- FOR SALE Family harness mare, harness and Kiddle harness; one harness anil raddle pony; one barncsi. Oil, Oil, Attention Farmer. pony; are kind find gentle; not afraid I can save you money, can fill your of trains nnd automobiles; will trade barrel, or sell you u No. 1. for cattle, fheep or carfi. Lock Box 54-- 3 date steel biMU-e- with faucet, CO gal- T61. lon capacity, at n law figure, and fill same with the best oil ut low price. FOR SALE. One rubber tire tAvrng you from $1 to $2. in good shape; one steel tire If you cannot make arrangements ton Ijiiitl'v. Will trade for a two- through your merchant, call or phone horse wagon or hay. Call oa us in the Standard Oil Agent, J. W. SWEEN- old Mvers burn. u. it. juabiers, diuii-for- d, "4-- 2 EY, Lancnster, Ky. Phone 162. 30 Ky. treatment lor Woman,' in plain wrapt.-- . N.C. 1st up-tol run-abo- ut We have line of Oxfords in Odds and Ends that we will close out at Greatly Reduced Prices. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. NOTICE. A. S. PRICE E.T. PENCE, Stanford, Ky. T.D.NEWLAND Opposite the Court-Home, Wants to sell you an Ice Cream Also Freezer and Refrigerator. your Groceries. Phone us. No. 168. Notice is hereby given that an nt- memUer of the State Board of Elec plicMion will be made to the Lincoln county court, upon July 12th, tion Commissioners to bucceed b. . same being county court day in 1915, Juky jmc- linger. He is not only a red-nWntinli nwin Imt In ramnaiirn chair- - to establish u counuy road, as follows: mnn of his county for that gentleman. livglhnlng In center of a county tontl, comer to Fox Dudderur and R, E. AlR. C. Stoll, of Lexington, was the republican member of the bright's lands, thence across the land of Fox Duddcrar with his and Al board. bright's line u distance of about 45 rods, to another corner of ha id Dud- The London. Encland. man who has Isk'tr and Albright; (bunco ucross thu been condemned to death for killing lands or hakl A. tt. Albright witli his his three wives to get their insurance und Charley Tapp's line a diatnnco of will likely go to the gallows impress- about 10 rods, to the mouth or n coun-o- f ed with the facts that the third time Rowland, near tho residence of is the charm and that three wives ure Charley Tonn, thence with said alley likely to get a fellow in trouble. or county routt to tne Muntoru una Crub Orchard turnpike und said road A preacher says that the time will to be 30 feet in width over the laud of come when there will be no liars in the witl Fox Dudderar and A. E. Albright, world, and the Detroit Free Press is ty roud, formerly an ullvy of the town unkind enough to udd that the Income This 20th day of June 1015. J. L. tax will have to be abolished if that McKEE RUTE, County Rond Engi oi.-jshould ever arrive. neer, L. J. r. Hours, Office C DENTIST to 4 o'clock Drug Store "Cow Ease"What It Will Do. Over Shugar'a vnil KAT.H finnil ilrivlnrr horse. also saddles well; not afraid of nuto and n ladies' horee in every partlcu- fi.i,a nnniir.li In wnrk to surrv. in. Apply to A. S. Robertson, Danville. Ky. T ioii HARRY JACOBS Maiufacturers and Dealers nrl.tnal in It keeps off flies, relieves and quiets cattle and horses, gives cows a chance to feed in peaoe, Makes horses good natured. Will do all we claim and mere too. We have tried it three years. Try a can. High Class Monuments. Daalcna and Prompt Serrice Guaranteed Quality Connection at all Granite and Marble yuarnet. Office and Work on Cemetery Hill. phone 164 Cloaed on Saturday STANFORD i I W. H. HIGGINS, -- Stanford, Ky. KENTUCKY BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J. Mtlbmdi&kiii'r .tih;- - ' V, The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, July 6, 1915. e. V1 vj '44 STATEMENT OF THE First National Bank Stanford, Kentucky M Close of Business June 30, 1915 CAPITAL SURPLUS Loans, Bonds EARNED RESOURCES Stocks and . ArmyHorses and Mules Wanted. I will be m I Jr. Sells Overland. M. S. Bnughman sold an Overland 'touring cur to Judge J, N. Menefce, WMikev Bring! Cood Price, The wWskcy of the late V. P. Wallter, advertised for :.! by Duputy Collector Sail (ley was sold nt nubiit- Hiirtion Monday nt Crab Orchard, t There were two barrels on whlib tht' bondud period of eight years had ex-pirc.l nnd one of those wns bid in at ' $75 by W. II. Mtitphy, the Tirncrs-- 1 ille fnrmer, while the sthnr one wen to the Enst River Hlstlllittg Co., of' $70. The snle New A'bany, I id., v.n.M fnr thp niiriifiy a of m'ls'-rriigovernment tlis' ni'ur warrant. 3HMH J2 CASTORIA For Infanta ani. Children. ': CASTOR A'.l OIIOI.3 PER CENT" AVcjclablcPrrpvalldBrnrAs-Mmil.iimrtiterfcd.mllWijl- The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of STANFORD next .$50,000.00 $28,500.00 $180,703.88 50,000.00 10,011.28 17,405.45 fr I r FRIDAY AFTERNOON JULY 9th, To buy Army Horses and Mules. Morses must be 5 to 10 years old and mules 4 to 10. They must weigh 1,000 to 1,200 lbs. Sell your old horses and mules and buy youni ones at your own price. & Cash Unltrd Slates Bonds Hanking House and otl.fr Real Estate Due from llanlti Total ... Alumni Banquet Friday Evening. The Alumni banquet thai will be given here Friday evening promises to be the event of the season. Great preparations arc being made by tho Alumni. Tho supper will lie secveil by Mr.s. Will Hnys wid Mrs A. P. ' ii wmmi PMmolcsn.icstlcnCL'friiJ-ncr- s atvl Rrst "ontaIn$rtciCirr Opltir.t.Morr'.r.c nortouil ItiiiJilioStehscnJUwicr JV r bf ll" Deposits Bills Payable LIABILITIES Capital $ 50,000.00 Surplus Earned . 28,500.00 fund to Pay Taxes 1,295.04 Circulation 50,000.00 ! $274,293.40 : 138,497.82 . 6,000.00 llunn In thf spmious nan over me Slate Bank nnd Trust Company. All the Alumni who wish tickets nre reor liar-- 1 quested to see Jnmc ry Farmer before Fiidoy, as all Alum- si are uracil to come nnu orinic u . friend. Prof. J. W. Ireland write I that he wHl be here by a "big majority." I i NOT NAnC OTIC. W r mm 1 In $274,293.46 Thin Imnk declared iU uiual three per cent dividend. Total Dry Weather Predicted. M &:.-.- . 1 Tlrl-.li- t s.1ld this mm j'H VJ ft Clat'rt.-PT- ' zyttn Ikirr. W. B. BURTON, Lancaster, Ky. t Mrs. J. C. Hnys i visitinK friends in Garrard county. Mrs. W. K. Shuiriirs la tfie jnicst of MWes Shuirars at Ilichmonil. Mrs. W. L. Jones went to Lobnnon Mondny to atteiul (!hautnuqua. Miss Penrl Hardin, of Ijincastcr, I visitinir Dr. W. H. O'ninnor nnd fnrmly. Miss Mnlinda Nnve, of Hustonvllc, is the Riiest of Misses Mnry and Sallie Hiardctte. Mrs. Mnry Penny hns been ennfinsd to her room for several days on of illness. Mrs. T. W. Jours spent several days this week in Kiehtnond atlend-ini- r Illnck, of Ilurbour-vill- i. Iwis returned borne a visit to Mn. C. Havs Foster. Mrs. FJisa Ulain is in DnnvUlc the Ciiest of relatives and friends and Miss Gertrude mornnjc tlmt there is evvry Jnclira-tio- n that wc nre to ;iac hrigUt dry Apcrfctl Rfmf dy for Comfsi Hon. Sour Stonuclt.Dlarrhrica Vorns.CoitTil$i8ns.FeTmH IcSiraiW Sijnarare of CoMfAKK Use For Over Personal and Social Social Calendar. y0Sri crtcrdny. Willis attended Illrhmiinil w Mr. William Ynfjer is viftititiK his uncle in Carlisle. Mrs. W. S. Fish is visiting Mrs. W. Julv 8th -- Mr. (J. H. Cooper nml C. Pith nt Pain Lick. Miss Dora Straub is in LoifisvilK.-spendinthe Misrei Cooper will entertain the two Hook Club. several days. M. Wide?. af Richmond, was the July 8t- h- The Woman's Club will have n Concert in the Graded School IWest of Will liuchnnan. Miss Snru Hundley is visitiHir Mrs. auditorium at 8:1ft o'clock. W. nt Liberty. July 9- .- The Alumni Banquet at P. Mr. Whipp Anderson is at home SHas client o'clock. from Louisville spending a few days with hi parents. Jonepli llallou left Sat.rday for u Ernest Carter, of nvnnsville. nil., vlidt to friends In Cincinnati. spent several days with his wife nnd Mian Ann'- - Ilut.ell Finh is visiting son ut Mrs. Julia Hughes. Miss Mary Lee I.enrnt Lancaster. Herbert Reynolds and wife, of has returned Wnynesburn, are MIm Gertrude mients nt the home a denwuit visit to Ijinrastcr. from . of Supt. Karlaml .Singleton. Mm Kiln Mac Uolnnsiin, of Uincns-tcr(inrncr Price, who has been sick wn the ttua-- l Sunday of Mix for some lime, was Ui town yesterday . tliiikini: hands wkh friends. Com Lee. Miss Mary (iakies. of Crab Orchard Mrs. W. S. Fish has returned home is viiiiing her aunt, Mr. B. Alexander after spending several days at Paint Lick with relatives and friend-- . nt Owenton. , I). Wowen. nan M JetcCincinnati, vJicrereturnedd Mrs. S. E. Owsley, ,of Louisville, is tlw Ruest of her sish-rhome from Me. J. H. Jones at Hie honve of Mr. Owsley last weuk. Burdettr, who has been lo- Dunn. Robert i hue Mr. Charles Dougherty, wlvi live cated1 near Newcastle, hid., near Mason's (Jap. continues very ill with himcfolk. Dan- of of rheumatism. His friends hope for John II. Meier and family, parents, him an early recover:. Snday with his ville. Mr. Georcc Marquette and Mr. hi this county. dauch-tcSherman Carrier of Louisville, nre Sunt. Garland Sincleton and spent the KUests of irises Kathcrine anl Miss Mayme Singleton, Hester Nolle Anderson. at Krodhcnd. and children, Mr. W. C. Korsythe nnd wife, of Mrs. Willie Kaybourn Harrod'buru, spunt several davs with and the of Wushimston county, Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Noe. Mrs. For-sytnf Mrs. J. D. Sweeney. is n sister of Mr. Noe. nn'n s Farnand Krr.nce. M Mrs. Gcorire Unit, of Corbin, nnd have returned from a vi in Mrs. Hallic Hatcher nnd daughter, Iouisvillc. Taylor KnBlcmnn return, Miss Edna Hatehvr. of Lancaster, a visit to were guests Saturday of Mrs. Lee II. cd Saturday afternoon from Stone. .. frl..nils at Williamsburg. Mrs. Hettle Ijirue nml Misses Al- pha Dudderar nnW Miss Davis, of Louisville have iruests nttendini;.thcChautaqua ... nf Salem. I Airs, (.eorire K been the and Mrs. of Dellordu J. Mnu William Hunhes F Dudderar. Ark., is V".i..v I. Mr- C. D. Laundon. of Lawrencc- nnd Mrs. illPv.l.oro. burir. Tenn.. was here Sunday and ve- .i . "' ,,,- - Mrs. tcrday with the family of Mr. J. T. Urs. J. hmliry. He came up to see his sons Ten n.. is tlh-- ' Sc""."r,t,,.r.i . t.,rksvillc. who nre vuittnc that family. S '. Tatum ai v Mr- - ani, Mrs K K Hutchincs and J . T. unocnou. tea I lies .Murray ilutcninrs, . or nean ane.nl scvcr.u .j- W. H. UnderwoiMl nn" '"' 01V'A b 0r. Lexington, motored over Friday and Mrs. Brawk' Thornps" of her brother. Mr. vet.k;Werc the nt the Chnutauuiia. nftr (nc ie vis-Ite- D. Campbell nt Ilelleviie. Ky. Mrs. Joe WHIinms and chHdrcM. of N'orma, Tenn., arc the (.'Herts of relatives anil frieds nar McKinncy. Mrs. Karl Withers nnd children and Miss Martha Itancy are tlw iruests of Mrs. Mike Forbes nt Kv. Master W. K. Shuirars went to Richmond tkis morninjr to spend several Miss" Elixabctb Hunn will return homo Wiis week from Frankfort after Wa.vs the Cliautanua. Mas. J. F. CiiniBrins and Mis Ida M. PctttiH nre the uuestr or Mrs. II. thcr, and the change to cooler ther cwivlncos me that the rains have It is censed for a while nt least.' PROGRAM OF CONCERT hoped that Mr. Bright is right. Wheat being damaged by the rains; conn Graded School Auditorium Beginning is manv fields is hidden by weeds and in at 8tl5 Thursday Evening. vegetation generally nceire noi sunshine for n week or ten days. Wc Pinno Ilnrcnrollc Rinaldi hope it will get it. Miss Emily Gaither Voice (a) Heart's Ease Willebv Mr.. Todd Entertain, at "S0O" (10 Als die Altc Mutter Dvorak Mrs. W. R. Todd entertained with (Violin oblipnto, Miss Penny) a "G0" party in hsnor of her attrac Miss Emma Noe un tive guest, Niss 'iouu oi oiumuiu, taRcadmjr (n) If I had the Time Four last Saturday afternoon. Hurton. were present and a (b) Lost . Jnme Whitcomb Riley llies of players afternoon spent. Miss most enjoyable Miss Esther Rurch the honor of Violin Joy With Sorrow Tirindclli Lucy Leo Walton had winning the highest score. Lovely reHiss fiertn Jcnn Penny were served Voice Without Thee d' Ilardelot freshments The followingduring the af were presternoon. Miss Elizabeth Higqins Allnno Gorno ent: Mrs. Walter Saunders, Mrs. AlPiano Rurlesci fred Pticc, Mrs. John Shanks, Mrs. Miss Emily Gaither Shelton Saufley, Mrs. Hays Foster, Rnssian Air With VariaViolin David Mrs. E. J. Brown. Mrs. T. J. Hill, tions . . Misses Luey Lee Walton, Lylc CoopMiss Ilerta Joan Penny er. Lircilc Cooper, Mary Burch. GerVoice (u) life and Death trude Black, Lottie Carson, Lcvisa Tnyldr. Thomas Harris and Mrs. Jny Howenstein. (b) Lc Raiser Rogers (e) The Star Miss Emma Woe Jefferson Law. Reading Nebuchadnezzar's FurTire Bible nace Miss Esther Burch COMn.rrETlV(iYE4Ht (n) My Laddie (Scotch) Voice i. K. It Hf weaCol-ridt- rc mke FhootirtK v;mntfi itmi rfu Htra.ght up from Imnk nn rlimr wen nEsanmlLoss i or Sleep. r.,1. NEW YORK. Thirty Years fil 'T.inrnnlcfdundcrineroodaj CASTORIA TUt CtNTAUII CQW'ANf, NtW VftHH Exact Copy of Wrayper. ClTT. Wall Paper, Mattings, Druggets. Our Line Is Very Complete. Schools )1 with his mints. Mives Shuptirs. pct a visit to ker nuHt, Mrs. H. C. Clark of Roses (b) Emmell (c) Philosophy .. . Mis Elizabeth Hiecins Miss Mary Hifririns, Accompanist. . Th:cr. A Bowl I nrl ItttwriHi. il.litbifri .rr.('trtwrtm Jr S, Irr rrf PENCE & HILL, Stanford. rJ H!I r.tlp Ifirma. Tuit .a lan'lwin.e 1J.J4 Iuutrpe Kt tilnf rf Tbimiaf JcfftTfon t?4f to ft ui, write ELLIOTT f'ONUAKER, Scfy, Umiillt, Kf. r. yes-tcrn- cue" "SfK '""', """.', "",... "",., ;iife:;K:&a rZ- tLSS&VS&m&ft i?uet 10 Of .MM. . jiienrrc it. r arris and inmiiy. . t V'irL-aVllI- f '""I" e. .....l,.v niliuin"; "?'' .''""'I'f.i: pike. jtW JP W. C. MKrs .v,n nd wife, of here, left Fridny afternoon for their headquarters ni i.eltchficld. 111. They drove back in the lattwr's PuiKe West touring car. .Mr. and Mrs. .Kimcs .Mcrshon came up from Lebanon Junction Sunday to visit relative. .Mr. .Mershon has aliout recovered from injuries received in n freight wreck some three weeks aco. Edward Cooper nnd Gabe T. who have I.con riilrie the home-folk- s J. J. $4$vK Coffey and Master Shelbv Coffey spent Sunday uftcrnoon with family of W. It. Dillion nt Lon "mi the MV.nnd Mr, don. Thoy found Mrs. Dillion some;" Sumiay'at Crnb Orchard what improved from n protracted illness. Mr. Boyd Wratherford, !o has PMM.RJosie Uaney writes to change ro South bwen r the 'w. two c:ii'. in Plnl her 1 J from Baltimore the dclpbia nttendinj: n school ft phainri-cv- , Fairlee.Vt.. where Bhe is H'cndlni: has r.'t:iiiicl nnd ;il J. S. who the 8UK A. H. SeveranceCrab U spend; Wells, mnny druRK'lst.are.Mr. Weather-ford'- s pleased to see friends t summer Spring was in town several days him here a train. Danville Advocate. Miss Emily Gaither, of Harrodsburjr Albright, who has been will arrive tomorrow to be tbo jjuest of Miss Elizabeth Hiiririns. Sbc is a brilliant pmnUt, having won a medal nnd distinotion with her certiHcnte at " MiWucy Lee Walton will leave the Cwllejje of Music, Cincinnati. Miss (iaither will take part in the com-er-t to be jriven at the Graded School Auditorium Thursday cvcnlnir for the benefit of the Woman's Club. The members of that club are to be and sisters ut on securing her assistance. mother Myers ,nnili rnmily nwr Turners-- i J. L. 15. r c J.B- -- SnTt t day afternoon with Mr. Henry it her hone :n the country. A full attendance is desired, as important business is to be transacted. The Younir Ladies Sewinir Circle that is bciiiR oriranized by Mis Mary Shepherd Cook will have its first meetiifir Wednesday mornine;. nt the nnartments of Miss Cook, where officers will be elected and plans for the future meetings discussed. The Tennis Party Riven on Monday nftcrnoon by Messrs. Wallace Singleton and Jesse Hocker nnd Misses Sallie Uurdetto nnd Jean Pax-towas one of the most enjonble parties that has ever been (riven on the tennis lnwn. T,he hosts all proved The contest themselves charmbiR. of writing n story on "Why Wc Cel- IcJirate the Faurth" was one of the enjoyable features of the afternoon (rames oi while several interesting tennis were played. Refreshments of ices nnd cakes were served. n, n, home from Louisville. whTC she h.v been the truest of Mrs. W. It. Rice who had the misfortune to fall ani. Irenk two ribs several days ajro. The Missionary Societv of the church wiH meet nt .'1 o'clock Fri- Attorney Georjrc D. Florence is In Louisville attending n raeetinir of the republican State central committee, of which he is n member. Mr. nnd Mr. J. S. Rice. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Itlce. C. E. Tate. Mis? Frances Tate and W. W. Hnys motored to Lexinirton Monday. Mr. nml Mrs. K. H. Hutchintrs nnd Kb i ncs Murray Hutchlnc, of near Lexinirton have returned home after I visit hi her brother, Gcorjre II. Far-ri- s and family here. W. S. Fish, who recently went to Iitilsville for an operation, is impniT- inir nicely and will probnblv be able to return noinu in i Mrs. Sisnn II. Veneer hns returned THE LATEST WAR NEWS. came from dramatic story QuecnstowH of the escape of the Britfrom a ish steamer German submarine, which with jrreat-e- r speed, overhauled the steamers and soucht to send her to the bottom with n torpedo. The Captan (rf the maneuvered his vessel for hours, until a shell blew him from the wheel. Then his son took his place and British destroyers came 10 xnr Twelve of the crew of the tenmer were killed by shell fire am. cipht were wounded. ri,n nmtniKn in the Dardanelles has again been brought to'the fore front bv nn official rcpn irum ..;' eral sir ian namim .l "Ti oV des the British forces, which tells perate fichtisnr " ",e, J""iu" During n period covering five days, from June 128 to Jury -- , o.iou15,Turkish soldiers were kiHed and ura-or000 were wounded, according io which he Hamilton's declares were checked and counter checked from various reports of Mie officers reaching his hands. strongIn the eastern war zone inc Austro-Gorma- n opporition to the est advance is being offered between the PrBth nnd Dniester Rivers. At other points along the eastern front the progress of the continues and they are reported to have reached the Ruian line on the Zlota Lipa River in Galicia. While comparative calm has reignhours ed during the past twenty-fou- r in inn western thedter. the Germane suevess on report a verv considerable tho previous' day on the west border of LePretre forest, where the French were compelled to evacuate a number of trenches, 1,000 wounded French soldiers being taken prisoner. On the Moselle a French blockhouse, with the men occupying it, was blown up in a Gorman attack. A Anjrlo-Cnlifornial Rii-siaAustro-Gcr-rmi- ROUT & MARTIN, 4 INSURE Your Property in the Concrete Engineers, STANFORD, KY. Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with SALIN & SMITH, Agents Estimates on All Classes of Work. Block Work A Specialty. CRUSHED STONE For Sale At All Times. Stanford, Kentucky Our Cut Rate Sale for Two Days Only, Saturday and Monday, July 10 and 12 98c SALE Look at the Prices and You Will See the Difference c, nAry Interesting Attraction at Huttonville. Herbert Deatheragc and Miss Fro-mi- e Root, both of this county, were The Old Maids nnd Bachelors, of Hustonvillc will give an entertain- - joined heart and hand on the 3rd. .. Marriage license w imucu at tho Alcorn opera house at Hus- tonville on Friday evening. July 9th, day to Ivon Ilutt, a widower of 27 to nt 8 o'clock. A pure farce produc wed Mrs. Rosa Wilson, a lomsly wid tion of unparalleled mirth. This en- ow of 25. County Clerk Cooper issued tertainment will certainly irivc you to Solomon Coleman, acd your mont-y'worth. Proceeds to srolniro lin-nsto me Clrmbiun chuueh. Admission m nn.l Miss Ellen Hour. 15. The pair 'Jli and 16 cents. Public urged to be of infants in the eyes of the law are to o4-present. l be marued at Mrs. Mary Loto's on the s MARRIAGES. l. "wtU 10th. his CrM,,rnd fcl Mrs. Fr her- - Neighbors At-rt- oy :!, the way to Knoxvilte, xm S-- n4 & ' . . Embry. to ,nrvcnt to Valnt Lick yesterdayball J. V. Beaton of Linden, Clerk of of that place in the help the nino the Circuit Court of tho Twelfth Judicial District of Tennessee, was for years a sufferer from stomach troubles In part a result of bis confining work. He tried doctor after doctor, lie tried medicines without end. One day he took a dose of Mayr's .Wonderful Remedy. He wrote: XTuJ-ul- . HlB wife and daughter ac "Your medicine Is tho best in tho world for auy form of stomach trouble. compunled bini. I am glad to say that after takltrg tho full treatment I feel that I am well. "I had very serero pains In my stomand Lunches ach all tho time. Ono bottto of your medicine did Cooling Drinks good as all tbomo ten times as much doctors' medicine that I took for two years. My family pity uiclan told mo that I would never be May Be Obtained any better today I am well. I bavo pouuds." gained twenty-fivMayr's Wonderful Remedy gives permanent results for stomach, liver nod at Intestinal ailments. Eat as much ant whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure of gas In the stomach and around tbeheurt. Get one (Incorporated) bottle of your druggist now and try it on an absolute guarantee It not satisKY. DANVILLE, factory monoy will be returned. n' mki.raml m TENNESSEE OFFICIAL WINS LONG FIGHT and are losing weight, we recommend that vou take Of?. for a chort tjme. A prescription which T gladly eudorM. Pnny Drug Btora. iaiLuiftd H tjtoookaatJkUMM If You Are Nervous Emulsion uiivjii When you feci outjif sorta from cotU-pation, let ua say that if Our Advice Is: -- C N do not relieve you, oe a physician, bernuBo no other home remedy will. Bold only by us, 10 cents. Penny Druo 8tor- - a(Stdefriea Rex Coal Black Star Black Crescent Ail hot, No . i "Sf MMi l 'M f JvL? ??. r-- y a. er" u I v t v?'.'v ' v,; ". per yard, 22 yardi for Drets Lawn, 8 98c Dreti Lawn, worth 12 12 yards for 98c Percale, one yard wide, waith f2 per yard, 12 yards for 98c Calicos, worth six cents per yard, 20 yards for 98c Dress Ginchams, 8 per yard, 19 yards for 98c Dress Ginghams, worth 10c and 12 per yard, 12 yard, for 98c Voiles, Poplins and Piques, worth from 25c to 35c per yd., 6 yards for.. ..98c Crrpes, worth 12 per yard, 12 yard, for 98c Cottons, bleached and unbleached, worth 7 l'2c prr yard, 20 yards for... .98c Cottons, bleached and unbleached, worth 10c and 12 per yd., 12 for 98c 98c Lonsdale Cambric, worth 15c yard, 9 yards for Serge Dress Goods, 5 yards for 98c per yard, 12 yards for Limn Dress Goods, 1 yard wide, 12 98c 98c Ladles' Hats, worth from $2.00 to $5.00 choice 98c SI'k Underskirts, worth from $2.00 to $3.00 choice 98 Ladies' Drrsse., worth from $2.00 to $3.00 choice 99c I.lnra Towels, worth from 25c to 35c a niece 7 for OBc WhWe Towels, colored border, worth 15c a piece 10 for $1 50 now Lrdies' Corsets worth $1.25 to 98e 98c Ladies Skirts, all wool, wcrtb from $2.50 to $5.00 choice Rubs, sue 27x54 inches, worth $1.50 to $2.00 choice 98c Men's Work Shirts, 5 for 98c Men's Pants, worth from $1,50 to $2.00. now 98c Ladies' low quarter shoes, worth from $2.00 to $2.75 93c Embroidery, 3 and 4 inches wide, 10c iter yard, 22 yards for 98c Embroidery, 5 and 6 inches wide, worth 15c per yard, 12 yards for 08c Suit Cases, worth $1.50, at 98c THIS IS A CHANCE TO SAVE YCUR MONEY. COME AND BRING YOUR FRIENDS WITH YOU. DO NOT FORGET DATE AND PLAdE. -- AT THE- - free Burners n Bargain Store Salem and Salem a When In Danville SHOP PERFECT e soot, few ashes REX COAL YARDS H. L. PERKINS, Prop., Successor to E. B. Denfiam t, JJJT?? .' ';-.- y ?V trviWilVi'JU ttokMVi C: X A.-- ,l ; taiamW' hkvkmi .!. juittjaawLi. mm ' "" "" - .4 .iyaai if ti V,"T. r Tlie Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, July 6, 1915. fl TK DEMOCRATIC VOTERS OF KENTUCKY V tn sutimlttlnir, my c. mlu.in for the democratic nomination ( r th office 'f l.lrutrnnnt (Jovcrnor of KrntniKt. to lie voted for In Ihc primary ! lie Ii'M In- n nd AiiRtiHt 7, 1916, t ark tti, supiiuti fluence of Democratic voter if our party 1 fn the prlnclplea lcllnt thermttnnril platform l I'M! and Democrfltlc i! In the Kentucky Denim mile pint form of 1911 to le the supreme law of the party. a rxprt'H.tlonK of the will uf the innJorlty until changed by the party In cnmentlon Ht"emllcil I lirlleve that the only Just Rovernment derive lt policy from the iutiiil of the re Roveimil That public offlii.il I not masters, of the people In the greatest ileeree of inJIWilual liberty that Is consistent with the welfare of roclety 1 heartily Indorse the relton of the tariff downwards In fat, all the acts of the National Administration and especially the course of that greatest of linn Democrat the lion Woodrow Wilson In denllrxr lth the Kurnpeun situation and In his efforts to Insure our national peace at ull costs save nt tho expense of our national honor, uml believe it the duty of every Rood cltlien to uphold his hands In the prfsent crisis, teganlless of party Affiliation. I heartily commend the present administration In Kentucky for Iti efforts to redeem, and In redeeming, the pledges made to the people In .the Democratic platform of 1911, In the enactment of a direct primary law to Insure fair electbjns In Kentucky and that nny man mlKhl submit his claims for office to the voters. I nm In favor of the extension and of the schools of Kentucky so tint the children of people In all walks of life may receive that degree of education that will put them on an equal footing with the children and )outh of that Hlatc now affordlnR the best educational I In the battle of life of the women of Kentucky, to whose hearts this subject Is especially dear, otlng In ull school elections. I favor laws to destroy all corrupt lobbying In Kentucky. favor removing the prisons of Kentucky f i mil political and tor humane laws Riivernlnr prisoners, looking to their reform, and In accordance with the advance thought of the day on this subject. I am for an economic administration of the internment, the abolition of useless office and that same dtgi-eof care In the expenditure of the peonlps mney a Is exercised In private life, for the liquidation of the State debt and believe that a State, like an individual, should lire wlthni Its Income I favor the constitutional amendment for a chance In the method of taxation In Kentiukj to the end tluit all property fhRll boar Its Just proportion of tuxnrinn. and that capital may be invited to the Kl.ito to help develop our wonderful natural i (winces and b assured of a square deal: that It may know from Inns In advance Just what It may expect and that It will not have to get Into politics to avoid being taxed to death, and also that it can not expect by political Influence to avoid Its just burden of the expenditure nectbsory to operate the government I fuvor the enactment of laws permit-tin- e nmoni; farmers and amons all classes of labor sufficient to procure fair markets for their pioduits anil in prevent tne encroaenment ot mo . iuuoly on their rights 1 am In full accord with the spirit of toad building and Improvement that Is pnun-liiitierv-iinl- s, nt nd'-mta- ge ap-ln1 lKk JAMES P. EDWARDS. 1 e th arteabroad In our Stale Iloads ries of commerce flood roads brlnr markets to pr.Hlmers, nssIM In disposing of products, stlmuliue neighborhood Intercourse. Invite trmel nnd are of the greatest al.l In the development of our State. I believe with Woonrot Wilson, and, as slated In Ihe 191 Kentucky Democratic platfnrm, that "temperance Is essentially a moral, atst social question, and should nut tie made a parn political parties," and tisan Issue I approve the passage of the count) unit law in compliante with the platform pledge of lull I ntn unelwral.h opposed to Statewide undemocratic, l an miriest which, by the Invi., much iniaw tation of our town, life invested In this mjertnees In Kenti.ikt rh a large proportion and whlih I am not of the tax.s f iHir Htatc in ravor or iciliittnit oar Stale to the pltla-ll- i tondillon of Mnkruptr that exists In IikIiiIi n.nd Tennessee rst by ilihtng this lmge source of revenue rrom tn, ftnte I do not believe lhat .my gin. ill dunanJ or sentiment exists in e K.tumkv for prohibition but nihil tills question has been forctsl on the voitts Ia a few politicians In direct ib nam. of the mandatrs of the lull pl.it- form, imping thereby to ride Into otft. e and i otitrol of the Slate I nm In favor of f.sh locality governing Its own alTalra on non nsu every. oilier question, ami I think this to be true Democracv that lor, out of 120 counties In Kentucky nre dry shows that the present law Is ample and those counties opposed tii the sale of liquor can slop Its sale. There are lans against the Illegal sale of liquor as there are laws against nlmm of violence, and I believe that enh county should punish nnd control its bootleg. gers n It punishes Its ntlin criminals. The enforcement of the law In ,in keeps pace with public opinion. believe the people of Kentucky are tired of the liquor question, and If elected, so far as In my power lies, they shall not hear of it for four ears I believe we have bad too nimh bitter politics, too much personal publics, too many useless laws, too much factionalism and too little real work for the uphulUIng of Kentucky .Vot that I believe that laws can supplant Individual effort, or that we can by leglnlation make n "prnsi-lse- d land" Ijiws can not create wealth; It must come throueh Individual effort; but let us In Kentucky niake nil men truly equal before the law, and assuie each man a fair chance that he may the rewnrd of Industry, and let us have equal and exact Justice to nil and exclusive privileges to none I was a candidate for this nomination In 111, and defeated according to the count ty a plurality or l.ufi! votes. I hone to win this time, and hope that the Democrats of Kentucky will receive kindly this second thruTtlng of myself upon the political stage I have no axes to grind, no sores to heal, no malice toward any man or setxof men. and no ilebtnkto pay except those of gratitude for I the support I received before was born In Kentacky, my ancestry came through the Cumberland uap from Virginia In 177 nnd settled In Nelson county. We have lived upon Kentucky soil ever since. Urery sentiment and tie of my ancestors and myself la In Kentucky I love and honor her history. Kvery hope for the future of my children Is. lilted to Kentucky and Its future. I wn. educated in the common schools and Centre College. I have practiced law In Jefferson county und for a while In Caldwell county since mv majority, I have served two terms In' Hie Kentucky Legislature. What nblllty I have to fill this office I leave for those who know me to say That I will do my full duty as U'seeowlthout fear or favor and with due regard to what 1 have herein said, I alflrm. I nppeal to you for your vote nnd help and Influence If you will fuvor me with this nomination 1 shall use my utmost endeavor to wage with your other nominees n successful fight in November. Whatever shall be your decision I saall, as h.fve always done In the past, support at the polls and on the stump the nominees of our party. I believe In majority rule and shaU nblde bv It. The DemocfcMlc National Administration Is entitled to a vote of confidence. Kentucky Is, nnd of right ought to be, a Democratic State. After we haye selected our nominees we will get together e and pile up an Democratic majority In November. Thanking you for your consideration of this announcement and rcxpectfully soliciting your support, I nm vour obedient servant. JAS. P IIDWAItnS. Prospect, Jefferson county, Kentucky June II. 1915 (Adv.) 1 !( ir ps v Hlnte-vvld- THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE T. ft, Jones bought nt IMchmond yestcrdny 12 cattle nnd utock-er- s at C to 7c. He boinjht in Laurel K. ('. Arnold bought of J. V. Uovcr and Knckcnstle Inst week n d til) Inmlis nt nliout cluht nntl n qtmrtrr of sheen nt $.4 and 'M MU nt nbout He will take them up.n the 7c. ciii.tiny or so. wxt Jnes fi Cress biii;ht of W. II. Tho iJnlinke-WnlkMllllnp; Co., of hoes nt 7 Wnlon City, Tcnn., 1ms contracted for Shanks lfil tvf whent in fulton nnil of C. H. Tnte i0 of nbout ths bushel same weight nt the mn price. They county, thin State, nt $1. FOK SA.I.K. -- I'nmc Timothy Hiuy. have btAiKlrt of various parties 1C7 lambs lit 7 baled w loose, liy wsiRnn or Iao younjr Jersey bulls nnd IJuroc nO-hoirs. At fnrm. K. Itcld. Chargetl With Sellinij Dope. V. H. iltirtoii.of Ijtncnstcr. was in Churley llniiirhman. who has been Stanford Saturday and bouirht three nrrested many tlmen for sclliin; whishorses ami n mule Tor war service. He ky, is ) jail on the charge this time wwe Jits. KoRers $125 for one horso; paid Will Cortiier $115 for another of .sclls'tijr cocaine. He was arrested ami cave .i. u. rnvveu su for nc last nifjht by n Federal officer nnd will horse, I'roni J V. West he bought lken to Dnnville fsr trial this nf- mule for $1.15, ternoon or tomorrow. No. 2917 Report of the Condition of cnr-Vmer lilO-poui-Jv cnr-lontf Farm and Stock News i jr A SAFE INVESTMENT PAYING 7" FREE FROM STATE, COUNTY ANO CITY TAXES IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY. .! n'e C. C. Mengel & Bro. Co. r CDuounu rmmto stock. Pr Qtnrttttl VfM it stuns $103. The-fac- i ion!-munl- ty 1 aOlu.fcmville, in the State of KentHcky, at cl.ie of buiine.i, June 23, 19V5. RESOURCES Loans ami dtsvoiMiM nnte hdd In lmnkl Siar..."14.1 1 $inn,nt4.i4 Overdrafts, secured. JlO.l.'Ij uiisectired, 9.02 58.15 lT. S. Ilonds tleposltet! to secure circulation (par value) 50,000.00 50.000.00 Subscription to stuck of Federal Ke- scrvc Dawk .. $ 1,500.00 Less nmount unpaid 2.1.V.O.00 2.250.00 2.250.00 Dunking house, $2,000.00; furniture nnd fixtures $300.00 2.U0O.00 Due from Federal Reserve Unnk 2,057.19 Due from approved reserve agents in New York, Chlcaeo nnd St. Louis . . 271.04 Due from approved reserve ngenta In other reserve cities 21,500.72 J1.772.3C Due from banks nnd bankers (other than included inVor 9)1 103.98 rmctionat currency, nickels nntl cents 201.10 201.40 NottM of other national hanks 1,950.00 Lawful money reserve In bank: coin nnd certificates Total f't.00 r notes 1,995.00 RuuVmption fund with U.(S. Treasurer' (not "more""!! than 5 per cent on circuhition) 500.00 2,500.ts FRCFERRED AS TO DOTH AS6ETS ANO PROFITS. Dirittanri Dite, first Monday in Mnah, June, .cptrtnberawl December. Hnkwmablc tn a vJnile nr in part, nt any time, .it tlw uplitm of the Cumpany at 125 and awnnsj dividend. CAPITALIZATION. ( ... Lei;nl-tendc- en-J- Total Surplus fuml . Undivided profit .... nilOli.OO ZZZZ""Z'.'.Z l.cs current expenses,;. nnd taxes paid l,2047 Circulating notes 50,000.00 Due to banks and bankers (other than included In 5 or fi) Individual deposits subject to check $100,750.73 rapital Stock paid in LIABILITIES .$230,220.22 5 50,000.00 24,000.08 1,433.07 100,750.73 $1,600,000 $1,500,000 1.437,000 2,500,000 Itnportnnt features rcRnnHnfj tlio litminoss of this nnd this issue of stfK'k may be gutntimriwd hricily an ftillows: 1. This stock is a loanl investment for tnut funds in tlw State of Kentucky. 2. The company has no honded-o- r mort(,aie indebtednosK. 3. This busttutw vns Mnblishefl in 1877 by C. C. llrtiKeland C. R. McnRci, and incorKmtcd in UllKI as C. C. Meiifcl & Dro. Co., under the laws of the State of ICenWicky, and lias been continuously buccuMful during the whole of 3vS rs. 4. The business of the Convmy is the innuufocturc of Mahogany Ltifiiber and Veneers, nnd k. is the largest imjKjrtorof Mahognny in proixirtion of the entire iiniwrtation in l'Jlf bethe United Stiitesr-it11)13, ing lS7c; 1012. 1(5. 5. The lcgnl proceedings for the issue of the above Proforrcd Stock have bten j)ased uion by Judge Alex. I. Humphrey, and Archibald B. Young, IJsq., of Ixniisville. Com-ipny s 7 Cumulativo Prelorrod Stock Common Stock Authorltsd Outstndhna 21; 11; 11)1-1- . . 3,991.82 50,000.00 PRICE SlOO PER SHARE. Aix-rue- I livii lentil to lx- - Added. grad-uated'- at Total .. . $230,220.22 State of Kentucky, Comity of Lincoln, .mh: above-namecnshier of the swear that .V u?ckcr statement is true to tho best f bank,knoSlc'fw anil the above my J- - If- - HOCKER, Cashier btibscrihetl nnd sworn to before me Correct. Attest this 2nd day of J.lv, KDW. ALCORN. d JAMES C. WILLSON JOHN W. & CO. ALMSTEDT BROS. LOUISVILLE TRUST CO. & D. S. GREEN WAKEFIELD & CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. Special circular giving complete details of the above issue of Preferred Stock may be obtained, and payment of the stock may be made at any of the above addresses. J. 10. HOSKJNS. . My Commission expires Notary Public Ve. 19. 1915. ' J. V. O. COWAN. POWELU Directors 1 THE GRAY ENGINE The Eest Gasoline Engine Made. X Handy For Farm Use And Simplicity Itself. Call and See It. Warner & Bower, Stanford, Ky. -- .MONEY TO LEND... On Farms in Sums of $2,000 and up. Easy Terms. Apply to Bromley & Bromley The Insuranie Agents Stanford, Kentucky. l - - Carolina ore the beautiful and attractive resorts of Asheville, Black Mountain, Hendersonville, Brevard, Lake Toxaway, Saluda, Waynesville, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend yaur vacation nt cne of these cool cn4 deKghlful places or at Tate Spring, Tcnn. Round trip Excursion tickets arc on tale daily, goo J until Octok.r 3 1st, via JjjV t 4 txrx WAY up in the mountains of Western North u MJTlMWf SASLWAY 1 f .iXA-Cuti- of .lie South- - f allowed Excursions will b Stop-over- .:.,c ' Three especial Por Ml InlbtB B K. Toi . jer.t, SoutHoin Rtear,i write )er Agoflt, Lovitavllw, Kintucky. Buminer. Ask for details. Low Rate Amelia Haflinger, Gdr, etc. Plaintiff vs Notice ol bale. Dnfnnflnntn M,t, ffnli.uFni. ntr Total $281,573.13 In obedience to a judgment of the Stnte of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, ss: Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at its' ,u.uBnmVn. Cashier of the above-nameIm.tk, do solemnlv May term 1915, in above style uction swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knoedgnd the undersigned Commissioner will on beUeV Monday, July 12, 1915. " c "AUGHMAN, Subscbed and sworn to before Correct Attest county court day nt 1 :30 o'clock P. M. me this 30th day of June, 10 15 , .I.'s. IIOCKEK. in front of the court house door in W. SI. BRIGHT. I s. T. HARUIt Stunford. Ky.. offer for sale nt public Notary Fublic, i J. S EUHA!k? outcry to the highest and best bidder My Commission expires Jan. 0, 1910. Directors ,the follcuving land in Lincoln cuaty,' Kv.. on the waters of Buck CrecK, the No. 5132 general description of which is ar fol Report of the Condition of by tlie lows: Bounded on liu LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK lands of Kuby JnV.isnn :norm the east on t Stanford, in tha State of Kentucky, at the close of business, June 23. 191 5 bv the lands of '.incjln land Com pany ; on the wet ny the lands of RESOURCES L,oans anil discounts (notes hold in bank) Joseph Wei'ar.it: an-- on the south by $331,532.43 the land of John Russer, Hhinehurt Overdrafts, unsecured, $1.05 1.05 Beck and John Kocker, and contain U. S. Bonds deposited to secure circulation (par is sitvalue) n oo.ooo.oo 100,000.00 ing nbout ?!8 acres. Said Bonds other than U. S. bonds pledged to secure uated near Highland. postal bavinirs deposits The land will he offered for sale in 3,000.00 Boods, securities pledged ak collateral for State, two tracts, one of 100 acres, and the or other deposits, er bills payable (posttil exether of 108 acres, and then as a cluded) . bid therefor nc- -' 27,000.00 30,000.00 whole; and the best cxecuto bond to Subscription to stock of Federal Re cepted. Purchaser to undersigned Commissioner due ni'l serve Hank 12,100.00 Less amount unnaid payable six months from date, with i: nr.n nn 11,050.00 O.OfjO.OO Bankinn house. $10,250: furnitun. nml rvnfu nr.nn f personal security, bearing six per 10.7GtJ.00 cent, Due from Federal Reserve Bank interest from dnte of sale, und "X . .. 4,300.00 Due from approved reserve agents in New York, ' lien retained on land to secure pay ment. E. D. PENNINGTON, M. C.L. unioago nnu St. Louis 240.27 51-C C. Due from approved reserve agents in other reserve cities .,, 3; 28 9,587.55 Due from banks and bankers (other than'iiwiiidcd CSIIO.OI in8 or'o) COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Outside checks nnd other cash items. 151 Wi ractionul cuirencv, nickels nnd cents 48030 041.29 Notes of other national banks In obedience to a judgment of the 415.00 "" Lawful money reserve in bank: Lincoln circuit court rendered nt May Total coin nnd certificates 13,t00.50 term l'.MS in action of Gus McCor-muck- 's r note, Hrs. vh Gus McCormack's 3,000.00 Redemptlwi fund with j. S. Treasurer (not more' Mrs., the undersigned commissioner than S per cent on circulation) 5,000 00 5,000,00 will en July 12, 1915 Totu-- l tr,9A U1.1 i.t in front of tho court house door in Stanford. Ky., offer for Hale nt nub- LIABILITIES Coital stock pmd in r $100,000.00 lic outcry to tlie highest und best Sun.Us fund the tract of 60 acres of land 100,100.00 Undivided piofits on the Hanging Folk, uf which Gus 13,485.01) '((served for court costs . . JIcC orniaek died poctsud. Bouuded 8.07 13,401.00 Lews current expenses, interest and taxes paid 4,311.50 0,170,47 on the north by land of P. W. CarCirculating notes .. 100,000.00 100.000.00 ter und J. H. Ilnughmun, enit by bind Due S) bnnkh and bankers (other than Included in 5 or fl) 2,222.51 of T. J. Hill and P. W. Curter. south Individual deno.iu ublect to check by T. J. Hill's land, west by land of 157,025.00 Certificate, of deposit duo in le.s thun 30 days James llcOorinuc);. The Und will be 9,108.00 I'ontul deposit 7B5.Ij flrfet offctejl in puiceU of 30 and 20-Vtpofl refiuirniK r.otice of 1m tlwH 80 days acres und then us n whole and tlc ( 8,407.00 175.325.31 f'ertiflciitw of dpoit due on or 14,987.14 bid accepted which realizes the great-- 1 St day .. 14,957.14 IlUUi puyitblc incluilu.g obligations raproieBtinsf niBiloy bor- er sum. The object of the sale is to rowou 20,000.00 satisfy the indebtedness of Gus nmaunting to $1,810 und in-... Total ... SM1.K1.1.4S In iM nnd the costs of mid suit. tint of Ketllltrky. Count of Lincoln, sst The sale will be mude on a credit I. W. II. Britrht. Cashier of the almvoiiainMl bank da Mlemnlv of six month. The punhuser will be wjar that tha above atuUment U true to the lot! of mv knowledge niid required to give bond with good V. M. IiniGIIT. rjashicr belief. betiiing lx por cent interest ijubitcrtueU nnd tworn to before Correct ttgu : frein date of side until paid, payable J. W. ROCHKfyTKIt. ' to commissioner, liming tho force and me this 30th day of Jun. 1916 W, H. SHANKS, effect of a judgment mid secured by W. W. SAUNDRHS, K. L. HUBBLE, lien on tlie lunil. H. I). Poimwiifton, Notary I'ublle 5l-3- t. Directors M. G. L. C. C. 10,000.00 d ; of Kentucky, at the close of bui'neii, June 23, 1915 . .RESOURCES . (notes nciil in bank) .. $180.490 34 $180,400.34 U. i. nomls deposited tn s,pcnrn rltvntn.; """" v ... ."0,000.00 value) 60,000.(10 Swlwcription tn stock of Federal Re serve bank .. . .$ 4,800.00 unpaid ... Acss 2,400.00 2,100.00 mi uuwr a"J,unt. n mien, including premium on same "" 2.945.00 - house. S4.(i25- - fuml,ir 5,345.0,, UankitiLr,n,i fi...... 0,798.50 ' $2.1 ?3.50 Ilrhni ..., n;lnln m..H...l v...w. u.,,v uwiiru ... 2,084.35 Due from federal Rank . 3,009.50 Due from approved reserve agents in New York, C hicago ami St. Louis 1.804 80 Due from approved reserve aironts in ntinVV,'." serve cities 9,797.03 11,001,83 ruv worn nanKs nnu imnKers (other than included in 8 or 9). 2,991.04 uuisme cnecKs nntl otner cash items 20.43 ' . .'.... Fractoinal currencv. nifLnlatnn.l o..r,.e ibu.oj 217.02 Notes of othir national bunks ... 5.095.00 lawful monev reserve in liank: Totnl coin and certificates 8.098.95 v "" notes . .. 2.721.00 Redemption fund with U. S. Trcnsuror '(not"mo7e' "'" than 5 per cent on circulation) 2,500.00 2,500.00 Total . $2:.7a.i.i LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in . .$ 50,000.00 Surplus fund 28,500,00 - n. ra K undivided profits lir.ro .... . iiiit-nscs- , . "..ir.ra interest antl taxes p;id 3.020 4 2.88 i. I I Circulatiif notes .. 50.000.00 Dae to banks and bankers (other than included in 5 )' '" or (i 8.20 Individual deposits subject to check $107,59038 107,590.38 Certtficates of deposit due on or after 30 days 13 850 00 Deposits subject to 38 or more days' notice 12,729.41 20,579.41 Dills payable, includint- - obligations represeitini monev" i "uuuau-iuuiscuunis at Stanford, , THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK In the State .,, Report of the Condition of No. 278S Res-erv- e .... Fattening hojs on buttermilk is near large carried on Huccessfully creameries. A short time ago at Chippewa Kails. Wis., stock-feede- J. C. M'Clary H a mar- j J. A L. Beazley & Co., f- Lcgnl-terHJ- keted a fine lot in Chicaico. This stockman feeds all the time from "i00 to 500 hogs, using the entire output of the butomnilk from the IocjI creamery. He has put as much as 100 pounds per hoad on thin mjws in the course of thirty days. In coanettion with the buttermilk he is in the habit of feeding salvage trains from self UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEfi fecdvrs, nnd this results in rapid gains Office Pborte 167. Hsfrte Phone 33 in weight. t ff'" 1 izTfi RicK UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEft Furniture llat'lno, Ruqs. ture Exchanged (or all Kinds PHONE 43 Of StscV. STANFORD. KV. BTJPORD. KENTUCKY lt .."" '" ,..., 1 Victor lrmes antl hit wife, Mrs. Ida Innes. have been indicted by the Fed eral grand jury at Atlanta, Ga.. oh the charge of violating th postal laws Tho charire trrows out of the disap pearance of .tlr. Kloise Nelmrt Dennis and her sister, Miss Heatrice Nalms. COMMISSIONER'S SALE Spot Cash Sour Cream You have open to you a cream market. The cheap hlp. prng rate of 36c for a five.gallon can, 41c for an eight and 44c for a ten gallon can via the L A N., gives you an opportunity to ship to year-round Tri-Sta- te Butter Company for a RESPONSIBLE, SAFE and PERMANENT Creamery with more than 8,000 cream hipper. Every (hipment ! paid for Spot Cath and guaranteed againtt lots er damage In transit. IF YOU DO FREE TR,AL CANS SH,P vvrTteAtodCANS' write THE Capital Stock 75,0t)0. ... ... ".! THE SICN OF SAFETY FIRST. A SAFE. . Capital Stock $75,000 't RESPONSIBLE. ' PERMANENT. 3. ' .,. . ,ZT:r - - Legal-tende- I, I A Car of Lehigh Jusf Arrived bid-do- Wc have just unloaded a car of Lehigh Portland Cement nt our warehouse. If you arc in the market for cement this is a chance you cannot afford to overlook. Lehigh is a cement which p.ivcs you the best value, for it is ground to such a fineness that it makes the strongest conc-ct- c. 1 ftr LliIIWicement 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.' IOK SALE BY J, H. BAUGHMAN &. . it CO. 3 v C If T' kkfeam SM2 T2. V.Vf'.VJKr-i.'ZJrTm- l g.7T:g-- . u