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No. 55. Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, July 9, 1915. Tuesdays and Fridays "ON THE HOME STRETCH" JUST EIGHT MORE DAYS OF THE BIG PRIZE CONTEST WHO WILL IICCROWNCDTIIC WINNERS Or THE LELAND PIANO, OK THE TOUR TO THE PANAMA EXPOSITION, THE TRIPS TO NIAGARA TALLS AND THE OTHER VALUABLE PRIZES? THIS IS A QUESTION THAT NO ONE CAN ANSWER TOR NO ONE ALL CANDIDATES ARE HUSTLING WITH A VIM AND KNOWS. DETERMINATION THAT THEY, THEMSELVES DID NOT KNOW THEY WERE CAPABLE Of' AND THE RESULT IS BOUND TO BE A MOST THRILLING FINISH. BIG VOTES UNTIL JULY TWELFTH NOW IS THE TIME YOUR "FAVORITE" MOST NEEDS YOUR SUB. SCRIPTION, FOR ArTER JULY 12, THE VOTE SCHEDULE WILL SUBSCRIBE TO OR RENEW YOUtt SUB. BE MUCH LOWER. SCRIPTION TODAY. ' 1 i gara halls Tours or the ton other val- payable ti the Interior Journal. 127,fcoo votes for n new uable district prUcsT Will joti be n winner? Flint In n subscription until July 12th. If there ik tiny mistake Inthe count miiwlloil cvprv ContosHltnt muiil mi' Mver for herself? If you "re made of of nny contestant's votes up to the the right Muff, you will make certain present ilate, it must he called to the that J oil will Itiiift n prlic. U. in ier- - attention of the Content Manager bo-- t iinlv not w..ith while n cntel th" fore next Monday night. Otherwise ImmestieWh with an other idea than the standing as published today must Dead at Advanced Age. to breast the tape first. All thing he taken an correct, Nnthan lleldcn, aged 78, died at his 07,200 votes for a new oight-yeu- r some to he or she who hurtled and bus--1 highest score for the nfternoon were home nt Row kind at four o'clock ties eer minute between now anil subscription until July 12L Mrs. James Harris, Mrs. John Shanks nfternoon afte a protracted Until further notice contestants lulj 17th the close of the big race nnd Misses Lucy Lee Walton nnd Sue illness of tuberculosis and other trou'will he nllowed to poll a sufficickt for fame and fortune. Tnylor Englcmnn. At thc close of the bles. The burial occurred in th number of vote to place their stnn'd- game, n delightful ice course was grnvej-arMore a nt McCormnck's church . 8Days .. Jm, vo0 in luivunce ofthe b' served. Thursday afternoon at two o'clock Just eight days more of thin big lender of the proceeding issue, after brief remarks hy Mr. J. C. Mcprrze competition. Not a long time, ,lt forth your best efforts and Sewing Circle Organized. Clary. Deceased is survived hy his Gone From Earth To Heaven to lit; sure, hut just lone enough to k-- leather in all possible subscriptions The first meeting of the sewing wife and the following children: Mrs. more thnn one candidate unless fr,. m.xt Monilay nicrht. July 12th. Death is inevitable. All human circle mot on Wednesday rrorning T. J. Benedict, of Casey, Mrs. Ida xomo very strenuous efforts are put.nt 0 o'clock, the close of the present kind, regardless of nge or position with Miss Mar' Shepherd Cook. After Mundaj', of this city, J. W. Belden. of forth between now and Hie close. hr I ,g vott. offer, must die. It is thc decree of God. "It the business period the young Indies Louisville. Nathan lielden, Jeff J ery vote count, and ns many ucrlp. is appointed unto men once to die, You Are Needed, Friend spent about on hour sewing nnd dis- Belden, Hardin Belden and Cleveland inns ns posslh e Vj0,"1,',,'?,1,,"",.t;,i Are ou a f,.end, relative or nc but after this the judgment." I cussing the events of thc day In gener- Belden. Mr. Belden had lived in Lin before July l.th. On the 2.1 of June. 1915, the Angel uu!ntanco j.f Mm candidate in this al. Miss Cook, who was instrumental coln county a long time and made have a surplus of votes thnn not quite hr nce fo. rJw? ,)o you rwijrc of Death claimed thc soul of Mrs. in getting up the circle, was elected many friends who are grieved at his enough, right now is the time tlmt your John (I. Lynn, widov of thc late John shot to save his life. that health and summer resort since TuesGikner Bros., of Eminence, sold an day: Mrs. Collins Burke and bnbv, of president and Misses Katherine Davis taking away. gHe was a clever, The pursuit of subscriptions by the iau,scrlplllls WH jie f KrcIlt )t.,,uflt (!. Lynn, t.ne of Lincoln countj-'- s man and vHl Rancj', Elizabeth Higgins ami Emma energetic candidates must lie a stcadj i,( vollr raw,ri,e7 staunch citizens. She wns u good wom- eight months Hereford bull for $200 ShanMr. and Mrs. leadership T0 A CLOSE FINISH AND POINT an, deM.ted wife, n faithful and lov- to Basil M. Brooks, of Slaughters, Somerset; and Mrs. J. F. T. J. Mr. Hays were atwoint-- ci as the social be missed in the community in which one You may not rise Shipp, YOl'R non, Mr. he lived so long. in nn hour, but you can in the course pAVORITE WILL NEKI) EVERY ing mother nnd grandmother. At nil anil to Eugene McCabe, of'Lcichficld, nnd Mrs. John Reeder, Miss Mary committee. This circle will meet on ednesdav mornings, the next time if few dajs secure enough u.to to .0SSIIILK VOTE. You do not want hours, day or night, she wns a true, a yearling bull for $300j Reeder. O. P. Pollard, J. T. Pollnni, meeting with Miss Kntherine Davis Beaten and Robbed. inokothcvictoryjoursifjou wll put)t( M.c'Jollr f.uoritc 0.c ,y just kind nnd considerate neighbor. Her The Atlantic Transport liner Nellie Kays, Adell Kaye, Mrs. O. T. is making its way into port Pollard, Edgar Hopkins, W. J. Mat- Raney. A delightful lunch was served forth jour very bent efforts during fuw voU, ()o yml, So ,,f co Peter Quinn, who used fc work in ou noble traits of character and deeds of u are a , n()t Y()U kindness endeared her to all with with fire in the hold, and New York thews, of Lexington: John McRoberts, by Miss Cook. The members of this the garage of Will Riffe at Huston-villthe reimiimiiK .lay. If wouM pot ,)p n Katherine Davis was beaten and robbed the other nuslier u means .iimi iuriiK " i.. m".-i ymi did, Muny a priro hnd horn lout in whom khc came in contact. Our loss is police officials believe that k may W. O. King. Jack Blanpeed. P. Per- circle aro: Misses Higgins. Marion night by four highwaymen out on the , I...1 iiy II you cm nii.1 Kieauy io our rreim ..... mmpan,, Ul t)lls Imild I... .. .IITV her gain. She has gone from this (lav; been cauted by Frank Holt's kins, Miss Nancy Walker, Miss Mar- Raney. Elizabeth Grimes Mary Moore Raney, Mary Ilarrodsburg pike from Danville. Ho anu m..fcj tnr ....... i world of sin anir Forrow to thc realms bomb. ..ii unn, iiiur ...i i tha Kavanaugh, John G. Kinnaird, Wr Early, Mary Shepherd Cook, Verna nuuptiip of n A petition was circulated at .. work an thouch thin wu the lat (Jay iantii iiiiiifiu !. and his wife had been riding in an eternal bliss fo wear garlands of fii... !....!.. tl. Price, Harry Raney, B. Burton. T. asking commutation of the J. P. Wheeler, J. L. Gill, J. T. Price. Rout, Anne Davis McRoberts, Lyle nuto, whoch had broken down nnd of the .yiUt. KerythiHK that mi. be T)Ur ,o thc ,,n,nma Kxnoition. You glory and gay wreaths of immortaliJ. ,,, fei,, miRhty mcu . ty, twined bv the pure nnd spotless death sentence of Turner Graham, Alex Dotv, of Lancaster; Miss Susan Cooper, Lucy Lee Walton, Mary . Eliz they had set out to walk back to Dan.lone to help oure f should be .one. . . v ... Jr., who killed the sheriff of that Dewey Law ill, G. C. Walker, of Man- abeth ilcKinney and i.mma Ilaj-sville. On the way thej-- were halted by f..t uir i.d ...ul in ltirt.n nnmlu.r'4..mm coillcllint lost n nf. unl. . n f nriin hands of the Uimb of God. ! Mti. il... "Messed are the dead who die in county but no signatures to speak of chester; Clyde Burke Millspaugh. F. four men and Quinn was. nud thwi jour candidacy become that juH for the lack of the lack of the by them and robbed of his monof a niobable winner. Fall to secure vote which our subscription would the Lord from henceforth; jea, saith weie obtained. X. Millspaugh, Mrs. J. B. BurUv, Miss Miss Tanner Entertains For Friend. the opportumt Finnk Holt, who shot J. P. Morgan Dorothy Banks, Alice Ottcrback. Mr. the ote and Miss Huth Tanner entertained at1 ey. In the fight he got a pistol belongv her nml you had not handed in the H).irit. that they may rest from vour mibscription. DO NOT LET their Inhours: and their works do fol- and later confessed to having placed a and Mrs. .1. R. Gaines, J. S. McAl-lest- tho home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ing to the hold-u- p gang but unfortunTHIS HAPPEN hand in your sub- - low them." The exemplary life nnd bomb in thc U. S. cnpitol, committed and wife, D. J. Couledge, Jas. E. J. Tanner, of McKinney, on the ately did not use it. Mrs. Quinn was kcriptinn today, or if you are nlrcmdy iKood works oJ" Mrs. Lynn hae follow- - sHicide bj- jumping from a window in Weir, Mrs. J. T. Gaines, Mr. and rMs. evening of July Gth, with nn elegant choked hy one of ths scamps. a iibKcrihii pay up your account in oil her and will shine as stars in her the Mineola jail to the court yard, fif- T. C. Gaines. A. M. Stoik and wife illtlnnr in liniinr nf ATi l If Wnrrmi . jl. jws-- . Speaking Dates Deferred. - tv feeLucIow. .mil .uu Riun M.i) n jot ojuu.NjtB "crown tfiat fadetli not nwuy." Chfl. L. W. Daubert "and wife, Mas lirCTncinhati. The dinner consisted of To the Ifrtvofl rrtonds nnd 'loved f W. IS. Roberts, nn itinerant street ter Karl Daubert, Miss Louise Dau- icvetnl courses beautifullj' served. Judge John Sam Ovvslej1, who was your favorite 'the bfirtenV Jit your preacher, was. arrested at Nicholas-vill- e bert, Mtss Louise Daukcit, Miss TJoc The table was decorated with beauti- - to have spoken at Fcrryillc faatur- onoi we extend profound svmpathv. ote. for prenvlung against Catholi Reibert, J. T. Blauer and nife Anna ful flowers appropriate for the oc- - daj' afternoon and in Stnnford Mmi- A Friend. f N'ew SuUcriptlong cism, me warrant was sworn out iiy Vocgthe, J. F. Daunfiihold, Sr., and asion. After partirf.mg of dinner all 'day afternoon, has postponed both yearn two t atholics. The niyoi went on the wife, D. It. Keller nnd wife, Jeannet-t- n 127,800 ot. for n few houis in games of pointments to a later date, which he Kolrtion Hold. I'esr,- - RecorJ. preacher' bond. At his trial ho was H7.200 ote jours D.iunenhoM. Maiiu Sihaffer, W. imusements. Thc guests were Misses will announce in due time. His (oiinty. of BO, 100 . . ote vetKobiTtnoncounty seat, which Mt. Oli- fined $20. jtmr Eppeison, Nannie Hubble, I.e- - nent, Commonwealth's Attorney E. V. O. Daunenhold, of Louisville; Dr. nnd is the continue9 to 10,880 otm jeHm r, .selected from the spec- Mis. L. E. Dawns, J. S. Maiks, Mr. na Beck. Eugenia Hubble, of A jury was is engaged in a murder trial hold the roconl in tlw State for peace 31,200 ote yotira Ilarrodsburg and could not meet summoned and good rder. it is ssld. Theie ial venire of 100 men Wednesday into and Mrs. John C. Nichols, Miss Ruth ley. Messis. E. Bradshaw, of Burn-t. 21,000 otcs ,Mr and Jenkins, W. Horace Gutewood, Fred iide, Albert Eppurson, Ray Tanner, Mr. Owsley on the dates heretofore Meicer Circuit Cnurt otcw have been two or thro pifronerc in 10,200 year shooting the county jml in Mt. Olivet in the the case of Mrs. l'cnvlcr 'or 2 o'clock C. Nichols, Mrs. W. O. Moiksbury, Edward Tanner, of McKinney, J. W arranged, nnd the latter very cour Old Suufcriptinim. of Ilarrodsburg and R. IL teously waited until he could do so. Vail Marksbury. W. O. Marksbury Sallee, pat three years and none of the hei husband, went to trial at 16.S0U vote were committed for any serious of- when the first witncis for the Commn- - Will Goueiv, C. W. Mihdell and wife, Warren, of Cincinnati. In the concul-sio- n jears all were entertained by Miss Tan. 31,000 oto fenses. (ieiiBially Oircuit Court lasts wealth took tho stand. Delightful Entertainment. j ear of Wilmore; Mis T. C. Willis, of 2Q,.riOO otoK only nbout two days, owing to jeuix Seven men involved in thc Indian- Nicholasvillo; G. B Worley and wife, ner, pianist with several songs of the The concert given at the High thc lit, 1A.200 ottMi tle liuKiiioKS t.i lie transacted. yuiirs apolis election fraud indictments en- of Burgin; Mrs. James Bui nam, Flor- most popular and latest selections. School last evening by Misses Berta 11,100 oto jeurs teied pleas of guilty when arraigned ence Redfoul. J. E. Sop.'., i.i Jean Pcnnv. Marv and Elizazbeth 7,000 ott jeuih J. R. Pal Tier and vvlfi if Cinrecontlj'. Of the 131 men Homed 120 Republicans Withdrawing. Higgiiv, Esther Burch, of this city, Summer Aches nnd Paim. 2,(100 oto jear in court Thomas Taggait .in a cinnati Mrs. M. R. Snroulo, Dr. A. M. Fnllnuim. n miitini' nf the Itwiul- - Emma Noe. of Honkmsvillc, and Em- A backache thnt cannot bo explain- weie A Mr. and was detatcment. Committee in oooooooo oooooooc ed by having "sat in a dra.fl" is more against liis asdenounced thenotaction Steinberg, Brodhead; Mrs. RichnulRoss lican State Central W. Cundiff, ilj Gaither,A of Ilarrodsburg, aucienceMrs. W. W. pros- biiL-ht- . "persecution, of HOW THEY STAND TODAY lightrul. rainy good C. Louisville this week, likely tin result of disordered ecution." than Ariz., Mrs. of Casey; Heniy R. VanZant, of nnd daughter, of Pre-cot- t. i'ollowing is thc standing of the talented ladies, each ot kidnuj-- . 1 oley Kidney Pills promptly with great of the contestants up to l'n- Mis. Clinic C. Hunt is dead nt I."x- - Anna M Cummin. of Eminence: Wil- calfc countj', and J. L. McCoj of who acquitted herself ; sore or suit mu-'-article on the enof the liam Snalding. of Lebanon-- J. E. ila July nth, iuii. I'm o olierc Imckniuc. sleep mgton. She was the widow who was Wright, of Davenport. Okla., C. W. Jackson, have withdiawn as candi- credit. An extendedcapable critic will und joints, rlunuiu otos together or place in ort- - o distrubing preacher, of Ap tertainment by a the blailtler ftllmentf. They put well known Baptist Stanford Baptist Goddin. of Richmond. Vn.. Miss Emma dates for Clerk of or Court county, appear in our Tuesday's issue. elopes before deporting in o pastor peals. C. V. Hell, Mercer , I the kiduejs in sound, healthy condi- church a of the of Hie ballot box. Votes may bo o number jeais ago. Mrs. Noe, of Ilopkinsvillo, G. M. Lailj-- of lia quit tho race for Superintendent .sale by nil dealers. Judge Toster Holds Court. o tion. Foi u clipped from the paper or they Hunt was the mother of Clay Hunt, lteiea; Mrs. George M. Gaither, of of Public Instruction, and former Bartley. Mrf. Lucy Miller o arc given free on both old nml o who to travel this section of the Mexico Citv, Mex.; Mrs. Thomas State Senator Judge C. Hays Foster held court William Dingus, of G rt The Date Right. Ilarrodsburg: Miss Berta Floj'd, is no longer an aspirant for I yestesday and as a result four men Smith, of Ask for o o new bdbscriptious. DUlricI No. 1. State for a giocciy house. Rochester. Thos. becret.tiy of Mate, btiong pressuro were convicted and sent to jail. Seveiul papers in giving a list of -o Muen- - Jean Penm. Welch The belief It is doubtful whether any cor-lot- .i a votes when paying your subthe Cent ml Kentucky fairs Ivivo Stan ter, fugitive thjit Holt was Eric G. Coleman, Mr- -. Lucy Miller Bait-le- is being brought to bear, it is said, to O'Bannon Privett Zack Wells and Joe o race has a linger nolo o sciiptions. Harvard instructor and t in the W. S. Diyc, W. G. Smith, of eliminate all of the candidates but one James Routcn caught fines and costs Min fold's fair "July" IS tlnoe dajs, alleged wife muideier, was strengthof acquaintances than Mrs Lucypopu- o, when it should be Aug. 18 thico each in the races for Auditor and from $9.85 to Slti for failure to work ened by identification of tho dead Stanford. attructne and ller lii.rtlcj. t Jie ilaj-s-. They will gieatlv oblige the 200 the county road. Routen paid his tine If there is nny mistake in the count or moie Knights of Pjthias who nre man as Mueirtcr by three men who N. Y. Paper Prints Moreiand s Picture Treasurer. lar young Kitly whoso photo appears but the others are laying theirs out above. Sioies nnd scores of friends of any contestants vote up to the backing the fair here if they will print knew Muenter. These men went to thc The New ork Herald, in its issue inin jail. Robeit Lovett, ,on a charge Take Stanley Against the Field. morgue at Mineola, accompanied by of last Sundaj, punts nn excellent nice with aie watching her all they cangreathelp present date, it must be called to the the dntc correctly. to detectives, who spent a busy dav iUlv-iu- g picture of Rol.ert E. Moi eland, moA bunch vi Frankfort politicians of bteach of the peace, was fined $25. mention of the contest manager be terest nnd doing g ability i un- fore Monday next. Otherwi.se. the into Holt's past in an, offoit to ther of Mis. W. C. Shanks, of this in Louisville yesterday were eager to Ncvivn Hill was acquitted of the her win. Her Money In Trinteet Hands. tiaco his possible accomplice or questioned. If piedictions do not go standing ns published today must he city, mounted on his prize winning wager fiom $100 to $1,500 at even charge of Trustee of the jury fund, Walter and tc. learn the wheremoney on Stanley against the field amiss, she will be among the leaders taken a toirect. W. Saunders, informs us that the abouts of dynamite owned by Holt gaited saddle hoise, Cascade, with Bloomer Girls To Play Here on the rinsing day and her vote total MoreUnd, Ky. which he challenges all comers for in tho Governoi's race, or that Bob money for paying the juiors who still unaccounted for. The Bloomer Girls, said to be the will stand ns n big testimonial of tin. Miss Ljdia Wcddlc ? 1,000 n corner at thc coming Blue Greene trims Tom Rhea for the Dem- 11. HO served at tho last term of court, as esteem and regaid in which she is held Mi.s A mm S. IJcynobU Qrass Fair. Accompanying tho pic- ocratic nomination for State Auditor. best female players in the .'oitntry :i0U,S2fi well as thoe who served at th speLiberty Bell En Route. h hui many fi lends and acquaintture is the following comment: "Reb- They found no takers here, but nu- - will cross bats with the Str.ofc' I base Miss Olga Myets cial Imm, is in his hands and he will The bell which on July 4, 177 1, 139 el t E. Moreiand is out with a chal- thorUcd the announcement that any- ball team on the High Schon, grounds ances. Il,22o turn it over to them if they call at years Miss Prudence Terrell ago, rang for more than two lenge to show his gaited saddle horse, body could get on for nny part of the here Wolne'tiny ufternoor next. A the hirst National Bank. McKInney, Ky. i.ours fiom the steeple of the old Cascade, against any nnd all comers amount and that they mij'ht hunch good game may be expected. As the on of guinjng il huge number of them a f.9,300 Suite House in joyful unniiiiciation of for $1,000 a corner, play or pay, in a the odds some. Political column, Stanford bojs guarantee the and the answer Is fail-ui- Mis Huth Cocking Wanted Now. icpiesentative of considerable amount vs'ap inducement D7.926 nt the Blue Iouisullc Tin:c. Right now, when hay fever is at- the fact that the had proclaimed the match or sweepstak-- n No contestant who bus enteied Miss Huth Tanner a good atthe Glass Fair to be held in Lexington, it is hoped there will be 17,000 tacking its victims and when asthma thirteen colonies Miss Maiy Lois Garni the nice wishes to fail. That feeling of independence of the United States, is tendance nt the game. For Hay Tever or Asthma. legular judges of the is .using so much disticss, there is on the longest trip it has ever taken, next month, the the Crab Orchard, Ky. an ability to go in and outdistance d .Many persons dread July on ac stakes Cascade show to award you the need-e- Miss Jnliii Blown, vour tiwils should gie 120,200 a demand for Toloy's Honey nnd Tar not excepting the journey it made was shown at Madison Squaie Gar- count of hay fover. Foley s Honej' Attention Horsemen. the icmedy that brought from England in Colonial days. By den last fall, winning in every class and Tar Compound - iccognlzod as inopiiatinn to place jour vote 01.150 Compound Miss .Mary Gaines The colt, saddle and harness stakes will swoop evij thing Miss Ella Rgsby, piovioirs yearc. special tiain, it started from Philadelwheie it 2 12.525 iclicf to thousands in competed. He is n saddle the ideal lemedy for hay and of the Knights of Pythias fair, which Don't lontinuo to suffer. It will help phia Monday afternoon on its first in whiih he by King Lee Rose, sire bj asthma. It heals and soothesfever raw, will bo held at Stanfoid Aug. 18. 19 before it. hoi-sthe HuttonTille, Ky. thing to do is to woik at you. Contains no opiates. For sale by loimiey ucinss the continent to be ex- bied The only champion of rasping throat nnd eases the choking and 20, will not close until July 20th, Dixie, the 131,1150 all dealers. the erv top limit of ability from now Miss Itobcitn lllain Inter- the la,t National Horse Show." hibited nt the I'auama-Pacifi- c sensation, It allays inflammation nnd the time having been extended to 251,225 .. for ictory. Efforts thus Miss Murgaiet Allen on. Strive national Exposition in San Francisco, nsy, natural that date. II you ani io enier in uny irritation nnd brings 201,850 otes thnt Miss ChrUUne Unir Nice Ice Cream Parlor. will bring thc extended m d for u brief time at more than breathing, lor sale by all dealers of these stakes and have not been pio. Couldn't Digest the Egg. ultimately result in ictory and Kinga Mountain, Ky. will About tho cutest und ptetticst ice sixty cities and towns en route. The vided with entry blankw, wilte to E. Mis. Delmus Young, who lives on 113,050 cream parlor wo have seen in many a itineiary of the Lihctty Hell tiip has Route No. 3, missed n glass egg from possession of n rlc'i and deMiuble Miss Grace Thompson the Jnmes Baldock, aged 75, and prom C. Walton, .secietorj', who will Stanford, Ky. dav is that of Adams Bros., of Huston-vill- l.een carefu ly ni ranged to attorn tne her hen house in July last and for inent citizen of Casey, is dead. them to you by return mail. 2t Pn tHi Votet Until July 12th. 371,975 .Mis. Walter Jones It is a veritable little pakice und best possible exhibition at all places somo time wondered what had become 371,975 the ci earn thc gentlemen are terving wheie thu train will stop, and it is Until U o'clock Monday night, Julv Miss Kvu Rankin of it. A few days ago a snake was mill Hii. Vntis will bo given on both Mrs. Lucy Miller Iluitk-374,975 is indeed fit for thc gods. tlmt great throngs of persons killed near her home and to see what In- ofd and new subscriptions to the i7;(,ii)o Mss WHI eaten a glimpse or it ueiore it made a portion of the icptile's body caimcsc THE INTERIOR JOURNAL'S 140,075 Accidentally Killed. reaches the exposition. toilor Journal. Thin is POS TIVEIA JIih8 llttiu Peek. 3 This Ballot stick out so far, thu slayer of it cut 133,150 YOUR I.A.ST l UASNl I. io Hike iiuvMii Miss Fannie Scott, IM egg Gooch, tho Reddish it open. To his surprise tho glass Must Be 12,975 son of Mr. and Alls. William Gooch, tago of this mammoth vote induce Miss Osa Fnimer, 3 diAre You Feeling Fit? TRAVEL TOUR AND PRIZE CONTEST rolled out. His snakcship couldn't u.e n Waynetburg, Ky. ment Tor alter Juiy Do ynu mivv tho man r woman of gest tho "dummy." of Danville, was atcidciitally killed, Voted on of 90.875 while playing with a revolver. A unt'ri , c'i.cs.. mt nir I i'iiv i r d hapule will tako i most decided drop and Miss Cora Singleton Before 30,325 chaigo entered hu breast and death py disposition? All these depend upiu continue lower during the remainder Miss Sisbia Muude When Hot Weather Oppresses. contestant Miss Mary Wurimcr 10,725 came in a few minutes. Tho burial good health, and good houl'ti s imof Hie content. So evciy July 15th. fell opinoBsed, dull and When secure all . sliotrld do her best 4.825 took place at Morclaud. Miss Mabel Wright. IM possible when the kidney are dien-ed- . stupid, nre inort and languid do not subscrii.tlons befoie tho above Foley Kidney Pills help tho Mt. Salem, Ky. blame It all on the weather. Heat will All indications point to Miss Nannie McKinney date nml hour. Excursion to ".Cincy." 101,875 rust out poisons that eauso not affect you so raui If the bowels fiwtsh and on your cffoits n clokc iheumatisin, and other symp- are regular. Foley Cathartic Tablets The L. & N. will run an excursion DISTRICT No.... DISTRICT NO. 2 FOR nqw until the cloi-- will undouht-edl- v from to Cincinnati Sunday at $1.75, for tho toms of dangerous klduev nnd'blud-de- r uie Ideal for indigestion and constipaLancatter, Ky. depend your success on July 17. Tho train leaves here nt tumbles. For sale by all dottlei?. tion. Thoy lelleve stout persons of 321,125 round-tu- p Dawes Address The following schedule of votes w ill Miss Florcnco tlmt bloated, heavy feeling. For sale Comely .325,175 4:15 in the morning he In force until Monday night. July Miss StclluPaint Lick. Kv. Rectliiers Will Fix Things by till ilenlprs. This Coupon, when neatly cut out and brought or mailed to 12th until 0 o'clock nnd after Hint Tho nnniintifiimmit tti.it KVttturkv 374,975 Uice 0,325 Mis Ethel licit Schadcl . -data tho vote schedule will tako a Miss Louise Brodhead. Ky. the Contest Department of the Interior Journal will count for the nt I Two Americans, Richard Martin, of will cut the whikky eroo 'IS Junction Cit, Ky. most decided drop. Subscriptions sent Miss Ada Ward person whose name is written thereon. and John Mahonoy. 131,225 will bi lug no tenor to Miss Gertrude Richardson . 109,850 by mail will be accepted und votes is- Miss Kttn Cable . Njw York, wero killed by the shell Shelby City, Ky of the truly bravo union srv -. . .233,875 Contestants should clip and save the coupons and get their sued under this offer if that envelope -I of tho Oormw submarine which -- . .208,750 of a curso happens to purs- e tl Miss Emily Murphy Danville, Ky, friends to do likewise. (.Not good alter tba date aoove meuuoiiea.s containing same Is mailed from uny ship tjattiokcd tho British tifylng squad that in doing Liberty, Ky, 374,075 postofflce und postmarked not later Miss Elizabeth l)yo 73.GC0 Greliau lu Lexington Herald. I Ifornian. 04,050 Miss Mnggio Brown Miss Joy Tuylor than 9 PJA. July 12Hi. tesi-year V Wed-nesd- In pending in puWriptlon, address Who wll bo the winner of the I.oluml I'miMi " the Tour to the the letters to the Contest Manager, cure Intcriar Jourtiul, Stanford, Kj Panama KxposiMnT Wlm will ho tn winners ofthc Nia- nml make check', money ostlers utc., linnd-wjmu ,,, Exaggerated Futhloni. remarking thl week that never had the ncen such a whirl-ik'iof ntyles n the pact year. Thoe ercctitricitics are cmphmixed by the conlrit with evinu forro. I.ej. titan a year ko mornlist were protects nuninet the till ontetii.K iiiindrvxR of wnmn'n skirts. RhiI-iocempRnies were pontine; noti'i" cluiminp exemption from dstntit."! in women fell in their hobbles nml ciit tfol hurt Thc movement to persuade street rar compnnioi to lower their tteps a on in many placos. Today xtylichly dimnxl women carry n swirling nrray of skirts that nre likened to the traditional picture of Dutch women Ou a young and slight fitfuie they imve a ecrtuin piquancy. Hut nlim for fair, fnt a tin rorty, wucn xhe puis them i, thtrby nKKravntine; the fnultx of her fitrore. In New York, Wnshltruion nd other cwitcrs of style many women are wearing skirti twelro inches from t, the ground. You enn distinpuifh a fintn n ilolmtnt.tu nnlv iv the 'color of her hair anil the wrinkles. ,Thesp murks of ne;e, of course, are no longer supposed to exist. A dressmaker srys thnt a few months ago she made - gown in n style for a you n womnn. Semit; thc cirl a few days aco she asked her how she liked ft. "Fine." she exclaimed jubilantly. "It has caused n lot of comment and everjone seems to look at it." That is the keynote of fashionable drcine;. To pet eserjone to loek nt it. The people who thus attract notice iierhup bolicxu they nre admired. ere they here to hear the comments made nt n nafc distance they might tlirf. ilifferenfly. Women nre not the only offenders. There nre plenty of young sports in their checks and stripes nml light toclings nnd dark Mhocs who hac taken all poMhlc precautions against escaping obervntion. They may not be quite so glorious as they think. A womnn Whs (f -mn-trotrw-tai- be-fe- at MIDDLEC'JKG. General News Nolo, McDowell nnd Mr, l'ogle went to Mrs. George Dellnrt died suddenC nscy coun- ly nt her home acar Phil, McKinney Snturday to see Mrs. parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. S. Mur- Mrs. Elizabeth Hood is dead at Somerset, nged 61. Stic wns a sister Charllo McAnlnch nnd Mrs. William Mcintosh wont to Lilmrty Saturof W. J. Goodwin, of Lexington. Fouiteen persons wore hilled and day to sco their slstr, Mrs. Clark, more than fifty injured in n trolley who is sick. Rev. J. W. Beagle will prench at car accident near Queenstnwn, Ont. body attachment has iuon issued the Baptist church Saturday afterfor Krclyn Neblt to force hor to tes- noon and night, Sunday mornine: and tify In the Hnrry Thaw; snnitv trinl. night. A full attendance of thc memJohn tlct.uett is dead nt Mtinfnrd-ville- , bership is requested ut tho busiees aged 1)3. lie wns thc father of 25 meeting Saturday afternoon. children, 19 of whom nic living. On ncuotint of Mie ciop failure here between blink- several farmers are preparing to row Need of ers and farmers was stressed at the buckwhent to take the place of corn Conference in in feeding lwgs. Thw crop ii said to fourth Hanker-Farme- r Chicago. lie very productive and fine for fatThe mines of the Continental Coal tening hogs nnd other stock. Straight Creek, licll Corporation on Crop conditions were never so bad county, hnvc been closed because' of In tho history of Hi is countj'. Six wage dispute. a weeks-o- f inccssimt rainy weather has The wife of Porter Crawford is brought sad results ami farmers are charged with having killed her young as gloomj' a set as one would wish to husband in a family quarrel in their meet. Much of the corn that waR home near liurksville. nlanted hns been drowned out. nfid Harvey Canter, who was shot in n whole fields will have to e abandon light with Jesse Utile in Breathitt ed as worthless for wnnt of work. nnd brought to a Lexington hospital, Rev. P. 11. Hatchet has an appoint is dead of his wounds. meat to speak here on thc evening of John McElroj', for many years July 10 m the interest of nis candiprominent in Lexington politics is dacy for thc republican nomination dead, aged 07. Ho wns city assessor for' thu legislature. He is n "state-wider- " at the time of his death. and is making an aggressive ot and fight for the nomination. Ho promises Jesse Whittle, njccil Meadows nt White Ridge, to enlighten his hcairs on the subject killed Nolan ftu's-elcounty, because the former of legiilicjiou and especially on the l tried to put a tick on him. prohibition. Rev. strbject of state-wid- e Thc extension of Christian Endeav- Hatchet's opponents thought very or work among negro churches was lightly of his candidacy at first but it planned nt World's Christian Endeav- is said that they have become interestor Convention in Chicago. ed and now tnke notice. The oflicial call for a $300,000 good f Miss Florence Thc death roads bond issue election, in Fayette daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. will be held within the ilex two weeks C. McWIiortcr, at their home here, according to County Judge F. A. Bul- June 29, was tho saddest occurrence lock. here for a long time. Being only 21 G. M. Moore and wife, of Pincville, j'oars of age, and the only ikiughter running the Moore Hotel, were con- of the home, was greatly nioiireu oy victed of selling whisky and fined her parents and brothers. She was $100 each and given twenty days in much liked her associates and will jnil. in social circles be grcatlj missed nnd fifty thousand where Rhe was a great favorite. Rev. One hundred road bonds voted Joseph Montgomerj- - conducted the dollais worth of the by Whitley countj" for road building funeral services nt the Baptist church brought u profit of $750. The bonds Wednesday afternoon after which the bear five per cent. remains were given a rating place A. H. Adkins, who killed one son in the Middleburg ccmeterj. and shot unother near Hawcsvillo on June 0, wns exonerated at his examCrab Orchard Springs. ining trinl. It wns shown that he List of arrivals at the grand old 17,-fch- i LATEST WAR NEWS. The German reply to the American noto benring on submarine wnrfarc is, chances for tho Democratic nomina- with the exception of n few minor tion for Secretary of State after his chnngos, ready foi transmission to tour of the Southwestern pnrt of Ken-ti- n Washington and will be Imnded to tho ky He snld he was so well pleased merican Ambnamdor at Berlin prob with Ins rmeption everywhere that he ably, within tho next twonty-fou- r would lie on the go from now till the 'hours, the American Government liav- primary and W(ild, therefore, defer lug declined to engage in any prelimthe ieumption of the publication of inary discussion o. negotiation re- the Lexii.Ktonlnn till after that elec gardng thc chnracler of the reply. tion. In thc meantime he wants il un- Washington advices stntc that the derstood that if any of the suhcribcrs outline of the Gcrmnn note, as comwho have paid in advance do not care municated to the State Department to wait lititil then a postal card or a by Ambassador Gerard, is "far from suggoitlon to that effect will be satisfactory," while the latest Berlin immediately with n roturn of dispatches say that the note will be A Herald reporter nsked Colonel W. P. Walton how he regarded his foi-low- To Keep Going Till Trlmary. the unearned part of the subscription paid. Colonel Walton said he did not want to keep the monev of anybody who preferred to have it himself. Walton left the first or the week for Mason nnd continguous counties. Ho has nlrendy visited portions of thc Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, Ninth and tTIeventh districts. Lexington Herald. Cof-on- el Mrs. Cooper and Misses Cooper Entertain at Rook. The two Rook Clubs, and numerous other guests were beautifully entertained on Thursday asxernoon nt the home of Mrs. G. B. Cooper on Port-ma- n avenue. This was probably the largest gathering of Rook players of the season, there heing twelve tallies of players and a number of other guests besides. Thc tables were placed in the house on the porch nnd on the On arriving the guests .were lawn. served with a refreshing fruit drink Tho hostess wus assisted in entertain ing hy Mesdnmes Lu Walton, Hugh Reid, Joe McClary, W. K. Warner and Sam Robinson. Those winning the ronvarded In approximately the Rnmo form in which it was drafted. This draft has received the indorsement of the Gcrmnn Emperor. Tho Italian navy has sunerod its first serious loss, an Austrian submarine having torpedoed the cruiser Amalfl in thc Adriatic. Mortt of tho crew were savevd. Russia with heavy is proeecting Lublin, in Poltind, nn important strategic olnt In connecn tion with thc threatened ndvance on Warsaw. Thc Russians are attacking their adversaries savagclj', nnd as a consequence have compelled their withdrawal to tho hcighths north of Krasnik. In the west thc Germans have directed a strong nttack against the trenches in Flanders which tho British troops took flom them on July 0, hut the nttark. nccordinc- to Hin fFrench Wnr Office, faicrt, ns did also a (icrmnn nttack against the French between Angrcs nnd Souchez. Austro-Ger-ma- d kind-hearte- d, idjft hard-workin- Min-nchn- ' e, - Eliza-bcthtow- ..Al ... -- . over-powere- d er . oppo-Floss- ie McKin-ll'uryea- at Rich-n.m- -- lo lu r 1 - u-- v, oooooooonuoooooonoo vote-gettin- wife-beatin- g. 1 p" R-- 2 lam-pnig- n i- R-- light-weig- for-wo- rd e. inin K-- nine-year-o- R-- iii, 3 n .1 i pos-hil- le Good for 25 Votes . :H tig ira Md-nev- Iwck-.U'h- F i'" c, I v ... M L Hsrf - hiisa Anglo-Cal-Peorl- a. I fci hi i MM TiiMft:'.! iffrigiaiaffrreyr' " limim .. itMi rfjaflflfcPS A - --aaOattf- - aW .i. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, July 9, 1915. Honor Roll Bank. OUR AIMS. The constant aims of the officers and employes of this bank are: To promote the iiterests 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 then. To contribute to tlwir enterprises the conforesight and timely servative counsel which strong a bank can properly be- The Interior Journal WALTON A BAt'FI.BY. Milora STRICTLY UMnrrTa IN AUVANOK 100 A YEAR rM.f mou mirlttr Th roHFiou. a vAot cnur.ia nthriirl to liilitlr .'Mitral 7tn, n t to ficaiwntle iriroarjj. Amt Vrt CirriMl JitAjrt O A IIMIIMN cf Mf'f" ",!, f 1WU Curnilj I'HAH O I'OX. r.flin.iirrrillVl Allnrnry Oonnly. K. V l't'tm.VH, ! H"Jl J 8 OWffl.t Y Jr , ol l.tntln t'minly. cr IlillrtnJ CnmmlMionrr OnutitJ. VM. y Kt.Alll, cl J K. NKWVUN, vt Niln Tornilr JVr.tlrr.11f 1ltk JfSHK I) VVi;Ait;:x ll. yr rJlli MAHS1IALL VV C .NKWLANI) 0 OUUCII Where Kentucky Come In. The liquor interest nre appealing through Hie ndvertWng lohims ef the confidence in us by confiTo repay of press to the pretended Kentucky Taxpayers, urging them for dence in them. e their own pccunjnry benefit, to state-wid- e prohibition. Such an LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK appeal moro than suggests, it nisei t in the liquor traffic n. pnitnership cxitHi(r between the Commonwealth Stanford, Ky and the distillers and brewers. Kentucky dUtillcriei do some HOUSE" COURT "CORNER the venr business, according !in thplr owji rccKoninc: the whole liquor trade pays injo the State for Capital, 100,000; Surplus $100,100. 'licenses and taxes $A71.'J& I.1S; ami Resources $520,000.00. the upkeep of the lunatic n.hims J. B. Buxton, Vice-PrcW. H. Shanks, Prcs. land prisons of Kentucky ami flic of criminal pretentions total J. V. Rochester, Asst. Cashier. W. M. Bright, Cashier. approximately 5L,00,000. Here's the !indutr that produces lunatics, nrd criminals, what wc get out of it and what it costs us o tnke wire ef the "ultimato consHimcn-7- ' Some-Ihowhen the minions of the eastern syndicate, which controls the whisky 'output in Kentucky, or the foreign biwcrs nut it up to us on a partner ship basis wc are dimly conscious of feeling that we nre being subsidized and that on a "piker" basis. s To e conservative, we".! say the pauperism, crime and lunacy is due directly to the use of alcoholic stimulants. It's really mole than that; but we'll Vc moderate. Thus a glance suffices to show that the alcoholic stimulants pay in revenue to d the State only sufficient to meet the actual expense they occasion by reason of the evils, which flow from the traffic, to pluce no financial estimate upon the deaths it produces, SELL ALL WE ARE GOING the sorrow it inflicts, the suffering it engenders, the corrupting influence it GOODS OUR SUMMER exerts upon the electorate and the courts of justice, and the outrage it crpetrates in the secret manipulaCOST NOW tions of its legislative lobby. But the partnership docs exist. Now, let ub see what they put into it All Oxfords, Clothing and Straw and what the Commonwealth of Ken tucky contributes toward the prosperigreat sacrifice as ty of the concern. The most valuable Hats must go at a asset of the whisky business is the Without it the (name "Kentucky." overstocked, and will give we are j liquor would not be worth ns much as the barrels that contain it. It is a your 'trrand old name, a Misloric name, an you good seasonable good's honorable distinction. Kentucky give- 'the whisky n name and takes there t own price. fore a meager half million dollars not by a third pay for the I that does damage the buMness does. Against this name the eastern syndicate has STANFORD. put in four walls nnd n roof to house the barrekd coods. n distilling plant, the raw material to make the liquor and the price of comparatively ciieap, rommon labor for a part of each year. We get nothing but the worst of it out of the partnership, and yet the crime and misery and deterioration of our citizenshin at home are not all the evils we suffer. What of the name associated with the of "Kentucky" linuor traffic? How is Kentucky ad vertised in our sister Commonwealth's by this partnership in the liquor busi prohibition ness? What is state-wid- e but a quarantine against liquor, and act of Congress but ENTIRE STOCK the Wcbb-Kenythe denouncing of it as a contraband of commerce and the traffic as nefari ous? THE GREAT Would any Kenttickian like to have the San Jose scale, for instance, known as the "Kentucky scale," or the "foot and Mouth Disease" known .li the "Kentucky disease?" The worst thit could happen would be for othei putes to quaiantine against it; yt 'here we hae two border btates quai-BEGINS untitled airainst Kentucky whisky, and Ohio, Indiann, Illinois and .Missou ri in aduition have desoiibed severe ly reunited areas. Eight more States are to vote this year on such a quarCOME ONE COME ALL antine, and whatever the quarantine the name "Kentucky' is eitabh-hei- l, tends for a contraband article, seen Ijy lespec table people only as the label jn a bottle standing on the table of the piosecuting attorney an evidence in the tual of wme low browed boot legger. The bootlegger also becomes n partner along with the whisky trust and the l ommonvvtmlth or Kentucky in thi nefarious business. prohibi The spread of sUite-wid- e W TAYLOR, Manager. J tion may well give Kentuckinns eon- iern; for the very name of their bo loved Blue Ornss Is dragged in the filth of infamy by it, to become rec ognized as the home of the social curse, a parish among States, the liar bary Coast of Ameiica, whence the traffickers in rum are made fecuie through the pittance they pay for the privilege to carry on their illicit trade, like the pirates who once infested the northern coast of Africa. If we are to continue this partnership, let's not be "plxersj" let's make (Water Glass.) the whisky trust split fifty-fift- y with us on the profits und offset our re sultant crime, poverty and lunacy Eggs laid away iresh during the season when with a nico treasury balance. Then they are cheap will be in perfectly good condition we may look the rest of prohibition America in the face, at least and gay we may be wicked, but we're not Soc-c- o stow. their wlf-intcr- ct The Harrodsburtr Loader, inten- tlonally or otherwise, did Judge John Sam Owsley, of this city, an Injustice by running together two ditoils It is perfectly nil right for Editor Orr to express his opinion about the debate between fllr, Owsley and Mr. I'urvonr nnd he wns nt li)ert to jiidp ns to who got the better ct the nrg.i-menns well ns to say that Mr Ows-lc- v "Icf manv gnps down." hut it is not fair that he should Ins hirr with thoo who re ngnliil rivlnc the peo pic the right to vote o. the question mohrbition, when hoi of Stnt'-wi- de has neither snld or donu n thmir to ' make Mr Orr or nny other persou he lieve :rnt ho Is. Nomas he predicted I that htanlcy will carry Sicrccr. The trouble is our Hull Mooso friend ha grown so warm ror I'uryvnr mi the last few weeks that he cUhor an t or won't bo fair townrd Mr. Owrfey. Fun ny, isn't it, that Mr. Orr did not not sec nil the good in Mr. I'urycnr untH Hon. Hodman Kccnnn quit the game and got into another rncc. Wondor what it was thnt opened the eyes of the gentleman from Mercer FnsHgo of n lawTo compel editors to show their financial tntwest in policies they odTOite was recommended by Williams Jennings Hry.in in tin address before the International Pence Congress at the Panama Pn- cific Exposition. Mr. ::rj-Bi- i put pence nn politics aside and appeared ns n joutnnlit. Ho further advised signed stone; nnd editorials in newspapers. Ifo commended the influence of the "one man edited weekly" ns being grcntcr than that of a corporation owned ilnily newpaper and exprcscd disapproval of "independent" publications. Experience in the Slate Deptit ment. Mr. llrynn said, had convinced him that 'public walfare wopld be by a law compelling editors to tell what pecuniary interest thev hnJ in govcrmertfal policies they advocated, so the public might know what weight their editorials decrved. hen-oirtt- 1 Special L ow P rices va."?TWPW!WfB tp-pos- NEXT TO $00,-nno.n- 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. $6 00 NETTLETON'S, $5.00 WALK-OVER'$4.50 WALK-OVER'$4 00 WALK.OVER'S, s. MEWS LOW SHOES at at At ::::;::: $3.50 $3.00 $2.5fl pau-jpe- s vtfll ',-&- $3.50 Reduced Prices. TO AT at WALK-OVER'nt $2.50 WHITE SHOES, nt $J 50 WHITE SHOES, nt Ljji- r 4W . $1 15 jBOVEK STRAW HATS PANAMAS, rvcml tUfOrrnt tuylci, madr of brut ful fine wliili mntrrinl, worth $5 00 lo $6.00 nnywlirrr, nl the tpvcinl three-fourth- one-thir- Joe S. Hasclden. a mighty clever fellow and well equipped for the job, is the republican nominee for Representative from Oarrard county, he hnvincr no opposition for the honor from his party. "Joseph has just in- siaueii n ucauuiui ice cream parior n the "Land of Now," but then that wont interfere. He will spend a few days canvassing, nnd finding that he has no chance to defeat the democrat-i- e nominee, will reluri to the "Puritan." the name of his nlncc of busi ness and wonder wny tke deuce he ever left it to wander after strange nnd false gods. price of $3.50 $2.00 $3.50 ind $3.00 YACHTS and SOR" STRAWS nt $1.50 $2.50 STRAWS, nt $1 00 $1.50 nnd $2.00 GRADE, nt $ .75 $1.00 QUALITIES, at MEN'S and ROYS' 25c and 50c WOKK HATS, at 15c and 35c ' WOMEN'S LOW SHOES $5.00 $3.50 $3.50 $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 $1.50 I ROBINSON'S, The News has very little advice to give Democratic voters in the prima-- 1 ry election but every good Democrat I should make up his mind to ote for' the candidate for Governor who hi-- ' the best chance to beat the RepuMi-- 1 cans. Elizabethtown ew. Good advice and, it is hoped that it will be j heeded. Success in November is of far more importance than suctes in August, but in't it Just a- - important to nominate the strongest mea n the other races. The governor's is not the only race that will bo run in August, lirer. Sommers. Thought you knew that. ' WALK.OVER, bronze, at WALK.OVER, with plain and light colored topi, at GRADE, at .. QUALITY, at QUALITY, at QUALITY, nt QUALITY, at .... $3.50 $2.75 $2 50 $2.00 $1 75 $J 50 $1 00 J McRoberts & Bailey MAIN STREET STANFORD, KENTUCKY Going to Close Out THE Slaughterin Prices 9 1 SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1915 LYON'S BUSY 4 Matt Cohen, candidate for the democratic nomination for Commissioner of Agriculture, will speak at Danville Saturday night. Looke like a waste $100 Reward, $100 of time on his part to us. He has allll ti D'ciwtl It 1it rud.'rt rt MUiWt ready gotten the nomination "cinchOlio arrird !lrae tlne 111 ltl- to ed" and ought to be liberal enough to ltn lbt ! ! til liil - Hill rum In allfur hit cltnri a anil that let his opponent, old man Froman, inert, fnlr fxttlf latirrb anown Catarrh lorO tn thr I run niw Ibr get a sprinkle.hcre and there over the Inl fratrrnltr. tatirrb UlnK a runallltilMial trratmrnt rrqulria State. By the way .this is "Matt's" (Ilfrane, Catarrh Curi-a- Hroctltullonal takrn Intrrnallr, actlnr Hall a old home county and the democrats tllrrrtlj uin tbc Howl anil rouroui aurfan-- of - tkalroj-lntbo rounilatlnn th uitrm. should bear that in mind AJieii they of tbr dlrartbrrrbj- rITlr.r thr fiticnl innall. anil mcf indulge in the right of suffrage on 7 btilldtrK np tbe workIllation anil aMlni:halt "fivrlrtnrm Thi In ulnr Ita Aug. 7th. mrr that tbrT Ki rnorh faith In Ita ruratlfx i.Trr Ore HanJrtil Ih.llnra for anj raar that It Hit of tratltwmlaU. Hereafter if ftny member of the falla to ror. J.Frnd M a CO, Tolrdu. O. AclJrika V. nirNTY general assembly of Georgia becomes fell! bjr all PniKtlrta, 75c intoxicated he will not be allowed to Take llili'a Family I'llli for couttlpatlon. enter the legislative halls. A standing rule has been adopted which provides that no member shall Jit admit- Here's What You ted in nn intoxicated inndition nnd the doorkeepers are charged w'th rigtate-wid- e id enforcement of the nil . Market Place AdverThe People's prohibition is he law in tit. via tise What You lUve to Sell how a some members want to km legislator tan get drunk v'h"iit I fwith gold d.' LOST. With ling a party to the violation of law. Ibr ti it. Thin offlie. Chicago's divorce mills ground out FOR SALE. Kod shorthorn bull 3,458 divorces. 110 annulments of o." 'p. marriage and 37 decrees of separate Morgan Healey, Stafford. I maintenance in 1911, according to FOR SALE. Auto in fine running the first annual report of the countj every clerk. Against this were 33,507 mar- order. Will domonttnte. In use.IJ-lt. riage licenses issued for the same pe- day. Address llox UOU. riod. Thus the divorces were more FOR SALE. Setond lmnd Mnx-vv- ll than 10 per cent of the marriages. Alimony estimated at $1,000,000 anrunabout. if Bold lit once. 5 M. S. Ilaiighman, Stanford. nually was awarded. it Go To Farris' For Your -- 1 Garden Tools and Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right. If you want value for your money we have olaced on the bargain counter a lot of Oxfords, in mens, ladies and childrens. Look them over the next time you come in. : : : : : Want .- f.-- l Ilm-gai- CASH STORE SOCCO. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Texas Negro has asked for a each day until he is executed for murder As mt-onre cheap in the Lone Star State, his request will be complied with. This remind us that the first person we ever heard of being hung, was a Virginia darkey, who sold his body to a physician for a dollar and went to the gallows oating candy he bought with the money. A NOTICE. Five per cent penalty added to school tax on Aug. 1, l'J16. L. R. Hughe , Treaa., Room 2ti, over Lincoln National Rank. D'J-t- W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard Kentucky Ilelle City thresher in FOR SALE. fimt eloM repair; 500 Iniidicl capantj. Throshos all kinds of grnin nnd grm. seeds and hulls clover. My hind in iiH for it. A. in gias and I hnvo no W. Carrenter, Morcland. c CD-'- J during the Winter months when treated with or water glass. Easy to use and inexpensive. 10c a can. THE REXALL STORE STANFORD, fools. T. D. NEWLAND Opposite the Court-Hou- e, Our good friend, Eld. Joseph Q Montgomery, of Liberty, is in demand for funerals. He had three calls In one day last week and complied with two of the requests. The next morn ing cany lie preached n runerai at Junction City. There is a reason. KY. First place, Kev. Montgomery is a good man, and secondly, none doubt his religion. He Is the same today, yesterday and tomorrow; always on the side of right, and at all times a christian gentleman In all the great term means, i'lty there arc so few like him. week its nldpxt pinnlnvp thrnimh flu. Mn viililinr lirn ...... l.'fW m ji jiv ...v rim. 4"vj about in good thapc; one fetccl tire Will initio for a two- Mr. and Mrs. William G. Anderson Inn hllirirv. horre wagon or hay. Call on ua in the of Lancaster, celebrated the Cist old Mvers barn. U. 11. JIabters, Stan of their marriage. iiv-ford, Ky. Jack Gooch, aged 20, and Misi Dommie Nelson, 21, drove out to Eld. WK are now open anil have our Jos. Uallou's on the 7th and were barn the old Myers Houfe stable made husband and wife by that gen- in gooJ. shape to accommodate CO or tleman. Both arc from the West i'iO horses. Uiing your horses to us anil End of the county and have manv have them fed or hitched. Appreciatfriends who extend hearty nnd asking that ing your f.ivois you give irs a fcharo of your patronage. Veiy truly, Masters & Howyers. (J. II. C3 According to the packers' agents, the prohibition wave throughout the countiy has hurt the distilleries to such an extent that there is not enough refuse grain at the Jist'lleries to fatten the usual number of cattle in the middle west. Thii is one reason, they say, why beef is siarcci. MARRIAGES." hiu pony; nre kind and gentle; not afraid of trains and nutomobiles; will trade for cuttle, thecp or enhh. Lork flox 101. 51-3 mill Kaddlc lmi'icw; one lnu nois und Kiddle nony, one harnctis mom! -- FOR SALE Family harness mare, We have line of Oxfords in Odds andf Ends that we will close out at Greatly Reduced Prices. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. A l' C ,i,... "Cow Ease'-Wh- at It !1 cannot cat this or that food, it doca sot agree with me." Our udvico to all of them is to take a People Say To Us Masters', Mgr. CC-- 1 Will Do. It keeps off fl.es, relieves and quiets cattle and horses, gives cows a chance to feed in peaoe, Makes horses good natured. Will do all we claim and more too. We have tried it three years. Try a can. A. S. PRICE The trensury department lost last retirement of Sherman before end after each meal. 25c a box. Penny's Drug Store. J atcaJUL Dyspepsia Tablet - Hours, Office C DENTIST to 4 o'clock Drug Store Over Shugar's Wants to sell you an Ice Cream Freezer and Refrigerator. Also I your Groceries. Phone us. No. 168. Oil, Oil, Attention Farmers. Manufacturers nnd Dealers in I cun save you money, can fill your the department continuously since the f'lnRfm' il.lvn nt till, l.tncnln nilmlnta- - barrel, or sell you a No, 1, ii Ktnnl barrel with fuuect. CO gal tration. During the civil war Mr. l'latt served threo years In the twenty-fir- lon capacity, nt a low figure, und fill Original Deiigna and Prompt Service Wisconsin infantry, and entered same with the best oil at low prices, Guaranteed Quality Connections the treasury department the day he baving you irom i 10 ?.:. at all Granite and Marble Quarrtc. Wflft inilMti'riwl nlif ik tn nrmv Vnr If you cannot make arrangements Office and Works on Cemetery Hill. the past 33 years ho has been princi- through your mcrchunt, call or phone Clo.ed on Saturdays phone 164 pal bookkeeper in the office of the Standard Oil Agent, J. W. SWEENKENTUCKY I I 30 STANFORD EY, Lancaster, Ky. Thone 1G2. ttcaBurcr of the United States. wno nas ueen in ine service or it voluntary nan, HARRY JACOBS High Class Monuments. W. H. HIGGINS, -- Stanford, Ky. nrv 1 st iDnlMp. Vf.1wax uw-- p DDlWTTMri IP IHU """' iiuiiiuiu J -i- -l M-- I I I ntU la J. jzi u '.tk. fcu. PTWF !;;5 tive ip.'11 " .? :f' - WIWBWIP.' "T vj The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. MORELANI). Mr. Blnnton is very ill with dropsy Tom Back him goxo to New fustic wa here thi morning for n hort Ind., to make hi home. timo. Hiss Mnry Hanon ia Visiting relaMlsw Belle Moore, of Sfrmert kn tive in northern Illinois. been the Riiwt o'f Mr. Cicero ReyMi Pearl Urny i visiting resJtare W. IV1'" Is vInitiK relaIn Lehnnon Junction. Mm. II. M. Tntc, at HuiloaTlU, Friday, July 9, 1915. Z. i i Mr. J. aad fticrida nt Middlohuif. STATEMENT OF THE Miss Kllubelh Carter ha returned All. and II . Wm. r.rngin wet' lo homo from Danville, where hc visited Itiik'niin Sunday to vint rc'stlvc. Mr. Frank Went. Ala. HcmiioT), bf Buipii, ih the Mr. II. C. Wrny and children, of gHet of Mr. and Mr. Wm Merri- Danville, were here tiitlay with tela-tlv- e rmnn. Stanford, Kentucky anil friend. Mrs. Noah Iliahnp and Mi Mary MaiuV Conforenrc llHnson sicnt Friday in Danville shop-pintAttend At Cloe of Ilutlneit June 30, 101! Lot of fun nt lluatonvlllc In It. Benefit of Christian Prof. Harvey Hopkins attended the CAPITAL $50,000.00 Capt. T. I). Slnrcum, of CarUlts- -. fur fourth of .lulv tiirnlp nt. Wi. jm. uvrx, will nriivi' tomorrow to visa fliurg. SURPLUS EARNED $28,500.00 hi daughter, Ml, h ". Walton. Mr. Rosa Lunsford, of Shelby Citv RESOURCES 1'iof. R. A. N'orrls, has been here nade a short vkit to her Tirorner, J. J. Loam, Stockt and for aevcral ilay minlaiK with old Moer Bond $180,793. 8ft Cl.ruilc Dinwiddle left last week friend. Mr. Nonrt.s tnnuht in the United Stale Bond SO',000.00 HIkIi School here onetyenr. for California to spend several Hanking Haute and oilier ' Louljt-vill- e, Mr. and Mr. W. Flinn, f moifths. Real Ettate 9,482.85 Mis were the fjuest of MIh Lizzrc Kiln Rlsinsy, of Hustonville. Due. from flanks 10,G1I.2S Dawson nml other relntios hero this wa the week end guest of Cath . 17,405.-1wick. Shewmakcr. Willie Datson, who work for the Walter Msr spent several dnys Total $274,293.40 & Ice Co., wn" called to with his aunt, Mts.' W. (J. Short .it Water, Linht LIABILITIES morning by the iUnofM Middlchurg. Somerset thi Capital . $ 50,000.00 . Misa Knfhcrine Coffey, of Daiullip, of hi father, Joaiah Datson. Surplut Lamed 28,500.00 Mr. anil Mr. .1. R. Ncwlund nnd is the charming guest of Mws K ith. 1,295.M runti lo ray laxei left today fer thair home in trine MeClnre. Circulation 50,000.00 Mr. nnd Mrs. Clifton SuuiIii1k Wichita Pall. Tow, after n visit to Depnilli 138,497.82 his parent, Mr. anil Mr. T. D. New-- I were guost of Mr. and Mis. PiUman Billi Payable 0,000.00 iiikI. noar Pnikvil!o. Mm Hazel Timberlnk ha.-- l.een on Mr. Ida Thompson, principal of Total $274,293.46 Hamilton College, wa here several a vHt to lelative anl frcij - nt b,n-villThis bank dcclartd it usual three day thi week in the interest of that nnd Rurgin., pr cent divider.. college. kcs. Cot and Mr. She wa the K"et of Ml. of Pei- Lry.iHe, vrsited I)i. and Mrs. M. Lee II. J. Mcl!ohrtv Unity Jacobs writes Srom Hender- r.pn lam vveK. son that he and ht family arrived Profs. Harvey Hopkins vul Wni'e. there uftvr an auto ride of 302 :nI!cs. Moser went to McKinney Monday to He pv the road in many instnticer begin the school. Frank Sr adder, of McKinoj, wi-- a were badly wasixd from tha heavy Smith Al.ims rain. They will return t Stanfofd, feasant little Baughman la-- t week. vtri Indiananoli. Dayton and Cincin.Mr. Arthur Riiwcll and two little nati. "We are having a Rood time," fn returned Saturday firom a vjm Mr. Mary Penny, who ha Iiccn he added. Personal and Social to relatives at Vosemite. lick for aeveral day is Improved. .Mrs. rannie Orwht and two charm"Hutband Smelt Dad." Mra. Leila 11. Cooko in the guust of Parker Swopr, of .'hville. Ii the relatives and frlenih at Hnrrodshurg. In the trial at Harrodsburjc of Mr. ing daughters, of Somerset, are the gilost of hn Mircnti nt Hilntonvfile. Dalian Utile and Maurice Humphrey Peavler for killini: her husband, Mr. guests of relatives here. Rev. and Mr. Vnrnic Wilkinson, of Frank Smith, of Muybville, in vioit-in- g of Liberty, wore in the city this week. W. II. Snnpp wwore that for two year hid tdMer, Mr. J. I". Reynold;. Lexington, J. F. t ummiiiK in the possosaor of she wa n close neighbor to the de- Mr. and Mrs.are visiting his parents, Mr. W. II. Wnndmm, of Corliin, n now Hupmobile touring cur. It in fendant ami thnt .Mr. Penvlor Lnz WKshison. wm the guest of hor Mat it, Mn. C. K. a daipy. Mr. Leslie Hopkins' children, of told her that she hated hor llowrr. Horn to the v.ifc of Koy Westerfkld 'husband nnd that she would have to Louisville, nrc visiting their grand.M'rw Margaret Harding, of Danville kill him; that "he smelt bad," and father, Mr. Hopkins at this place. of P.nu'land, on Thursday, u wan here a 4iort time yesterday with Misses Pearl Haneoi: and Mabel that she would not cook anything for boy. begun friend. Mia Lucille Coepcr went to Hoyle him; that "he nnolt bad," anil that Monday withtheir school nt this place Mrs. Henry Krill ami children, of this afternoon to upend a wewk with she would like to take a Miotcan and a large attendance. guents of Mrs. IxuiviHe, are the Mis Luetta Reynolds, of Eubaliks, shoot out the heart of him, and that Mr. Phelps Cobb. I'rcit llnumnn. Mr. Samuel Ruit7ky ,of New Bed- she had been practicing shooting in who has been the guest of Walter Miwi Margaret Warren spent yesterMass.. is the guest of his histcr, order that she could kill her hufhand Moser returned to her home Sunday. day in Ijincnstor with hur aunt, Mim ford, Sain llnbinsori. a another Mercer county woman did Air. and Mrs. J. II. rmitt are en Mr. Jennie Duncan. Cashier W. M. llright, of the Lin- n few years ago. Other damaging joying the viit of their daughter, Mian Puttie Perkins wont to Mt. Mrs. Kmma Welbotirnc, of Warsaw. coln County National Bank, Ik tpond-int- r testimony was adduced by the r, Vernon Wednediiv to viiit her the day in "Cincy." Mr. and Mr. Isaiah White and MY. W. 0. Mcllee. MiM Elizabeth Vilklnn, of Kur-gidaughter, Miss Alice, svent Sunday g Little Harniee May Keynolda it Spencer ilicgint Dead. Wilis the gueit with Mr. and Airs. C. P. Brown at her grandparent, Mr. and Mr?. kinson on Ijinrai-te- r of Mil Mabel Spencer Hivgins, one of the test Hustoiiville. stroe:. J. 1 Smith nt Maviriile. Mr. W. II. O'Bannon bat returned known colored mca of this city, died Ncedmore and Morelaud iMtscbnll Mr. ami Mra. J. T. Meirefe. of Kngxville, have been tlif kumU of hi after a viit to Mr. Atex Walker and at his home here on the evening f teams crossed bvts at this place lust Mrn. W. T. Wet, at Uneaater. the rttli, aged 71. He Is survived hy hi Suturduy afternoon. Score 7 to 4 in fnther. Mr. J. N. Menefee, Sr. Mra. J. II. Shank and MiM Mary wife and two sons, Spencer Higgin. favor of home boy. Miaa Carrie Hello Komana. of - the irue-- t of the family of Shepherd Cook are the guet of Mr. of thi city, and J B. Higuin, Jr., of Mi Dinwiddle Atattie and ADC and Mr. S. M. Owen nt McKinney. Indianapolis. "Untie Spencer," a he Mnttingly, of Louisville, have requir He. J. W. Beagle at Huctonville. Mra. F. S. Bobbins, of Mile City. was called, was an excellent colored W. A. CriiM ppent Sunday in ed home after attending th buunl ol' ith hi wife and iwmghter. Mo. ,i the guest of her parent. Mr. citizen, and his death is regretted by their father, John Dinwiddle. every person in Stanford. His funeral who M- - wm ting relative and frienda and Mra. C. A. Redd .at Crab Alis.8 Fannie M)i, who was the wa preached nt the Baptist church at there John Rowland, who ha been work 2 o'clock this afternoon by his pastor. guest of Mrs. R. C. Coffey, was callMra. 0. F. (Sarnett and ehtidron, the Veranda Hotel. i ill nt Rev. Caulder, after which the burial ed to her home at Georgetown last UharlM Frederick and Virginia WiM '" in the Barrow burying Wednosday on account of illness .of son (larnett are spending several day the home of Mr. and Mrs. (ioorge Iny. occurred hor little sister. ground on the Lancaster pike. at McKinney. at Crab Urrhartl. Miss Marjraret Todd, of Columbia, Rev. Mont Gabbcrt came down last Mr J. C. Pickett. Mr. W. A. Trib-MSunday from Lexington to attend the the sue1 of Clatt of 1914 Entertained. Mie Dorothy Tnbble nanil Sudie who ha beenTodd and wife, her brohas reMr. and Mrs. Hf.r.--y Carter enter- big picnic at Turnersville. He filled week or ther, W. It. Lee Pickett arc penMng turned home. tained the Class of 1914 on last Wed- hi pulpit at the Christian church at so nt Crab Orchard Sprint;. Mr. O. 0. Mr. Charlea Wheeler, t Huston-vill- left yesterday Sneake and children nesday evening at a nx o'clock course this place Sunday. for St. John, Kan., liwchoon. Mrs. Carter was a memMr. Orville Carman has been electwho hfli been indiaposed for is improinK, her whore they will make their home. Mr. ber of this class. The evening wa ed teacher of Harris' Creek school reveral wek S. 11. Spcake nrcompanied them. indeed a very enjoyable one, spent and will begin as soon as the new friends will be glajl to learn. Claiborne C. Walton left this in talking about their school days, school building is completed. Miss Mr. and tr. J. A. Pell and son, Jmnea, of LouiRville, Mrs. B. L. Spicer morning to join n bouc party at the which were well remembered. The Blanche Bnrnctt will begin her school of Memphia, spunt fovernl day with home of Miss Stella Lewis nt Burn-aid- members of this class are: Mrs. Harry at Moore school house, .Alonday July He will be absent a wool;. Carter, jliss Elizabeth Matheny. Miss 12th. Jlrs. Kmma Calmcs and family. i, Judge J. S. Owsley went to Pcrry-ill- e JoMiphuie Carpenter, Miss Marion J. Ileerher Adams has uone to g Grimes, Messrs. Spalding Hill, Robert MASON'S GAP. thi morning to do n little whete he hn accented a position na druKRiat with the firm of (leo. with the sturdy democracy Cartel ind William Grimes. Crops have greatly improved in the Danville Advo- of the little city on the Chaplin. Ke H. Kinir & Son. last few days. "Vote for yottr "Favorite" today. cate. Little Laura Miracle spent Sunday Mrs. J. F. Gover of the Turrr night with her cousin. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hill wont to ville section, and Mr. Mittie Hihh, of Mr. E. L. Miracle were in TurnersCincinnati fla-t- of the week, the for-in- Nashville, wont up to Corbin Thursville Friday on business. to pend a few day and the latter day to vi-- it Mrs. W. II. Worsham. GOULD Mrs. W. M. Kirkpntrick was out to to via.it liar parent for a month or Mr. and Mr. John Magee will ote j mero. ef her daughter. Alonday. thin afternoon for Colorado, where j Mis Conlie Miracle vuis the .j'icst Jndite W. T. Richardson and daugh- ther will neml two month- uf Miv Elizabeth Davis iceiitly. ON of various joints of intarnt. AKo i ter. Mia Gertrud Kichardaon, JL'--rUov and Claud CeiVey weri e .1 unction City, were caller at thi Martin, who has ho, Mr h'"v Sjndhv the gu- - ; of frii-n.Wednaday. Mia Kichardaon lu.l in Piin-"o- 'i. Mrs. K. M. Davis of Stan fix! i entry in the bif travel tur and vl.itlnx relative heie Wc.l'n ' Mrs. Baker So Weak Could iMting relativw and fi lends at tin and Perrywlle jHs entel thia paper i condu.-tinir- . dav to visit her son, W. O. M.nti.i ind Not Do Her Work Found place. Ualdwin Hrittain. a nephew of Mr. wife. M. II. C. Hurst and MN- Fro i W. U. Shanka, of thi eity. recently Relief In Novel Way. Mary Elisabeth vd Lettn RobbiiiH atteiideel ohureh .it J. R. Hob-bi- n Yea-g- r a pnrridwntial appoir.txwr.t rerwod Mckinney, Mls Nan V Sundav. " 1 suiTVred terribly llnivard Kirkpatrick w.is here Sit and pMawed the pUyaival examination. Walker Mr. Jame Cooler will en-- , Adrian. Mich. and He wm firkt In hi cut. Mr. Hrittain tvrtain at Tenni Thuratlay afternoon. with female weakness and backache and ur'lay vibiting his Mr. Lee cousin has already entered the naval acad- 16th, at 3:30 o'clock. pot so weak that I .IN emy. could hardly do my Mr. Roy Gerkey vho hat been Mr. CibIhi S. Gaine. of Mucoee, Ara B. Monrnn, on of the hustling for several months aie with liori.c work. When ! is here viitimr hi ageil mother, moixhanl of Wayneabunt, wa a call-o- r Okla., Martha Gaines, who is improving washed my dishes I tolks for a few days. at thi office Tueailay afternoon. Mr. her protraetei uinea. air. Misses Pearl from Jw had toI sit down and PuN were theHooker and Elizabeth Ha Mid that hi recent sale in a r.alnM ia nr.iatwrlne in the West ami "-- nf welcome '3-o- f. when would sweep moat satisfactory one. !I sold good looks as if the climate of his adopted the floor I would gef Miss CordieL.Miracle Sunday. mlKbty cbap. but soM lots of tbm, Jackson and tlaii.hter Mr. L. po weak that 1 wou a Statu agrees with him. he nay. W.isiota. i e he. Mia. l. J. C. Ku- to get n drink ing Ellen .of Scnutui R. L. have of Mr. ni.d Mi. J. II. her brother, E L. Miracle. . bank-- , B. W. Given. W. S. Dry. every fov mlnutos, "HilPop." I ft T lewlay for Atlantic M DuniHii. R. C nn:man. U. L.I of Mij Mi. and Mis. Arch (ii.-enend befo-- o I did my wood, spent Saturday .ind Stn lav P1 'ed l nrt.v and Dexter uanou vveui w Citv. Mi ll.iiKhmr, W' dusting I would havo with lur parents. Mr nnd Mrs. E. Z. by (iox.ium Mi Cie.i'. a drltatv 'o to hear Hon. to lie down. J got Hurke. the N'.itiDn..! 1Vpipei,uii. picitmtj They say he had an O Stanley. thi- - week They were whu-so poorly thai my folks thought I was ion ei e .hiss ciion jacKson nnu cousin were r, Mi- imnvi e n .wd an made u line i;oin(f into consumption. Sal'ie hy iicrontp.'i'iieil One day 1 out to see Mrs. II. C. Hutst Tuesday, speech. of tin nty. Mr. Will Miracle U woi:ing for Mr. found a piece of paper blowing around the yard and I picked it up and read it. Unrney DHi Hub week. Mr. and .Mrs. Jamos Davis are re-It said 'Saved from tho Grave,' nnd "ing congratulations over ariival Lydia K. l'inkham's Vegetatold what daughter at thier home. Th.) Compound has tlone for women. I of a little ble miss has been named Mary Knth- nnd ho said. little showed it to my hubland erine. Why don't you try it ? ' So I did, and Misses Elizabeth Dm Is and Florafter I had taken two bottles I felt ence llurke, Messrs Will Miracle, Harbetter and 1 said to my husband, 'I don't old Johnson and Coridine llurke were need any more,' und hesalil 'You had the welcome guests of Miss Curdie take Blood bettertook it it a little longer anyway.' Miracle Friday evenirig. Arfe-iishis- e Results With ih So I for three months and got Mrs. Mollie .Martin has returned Mrs. Alonzo E. well and strong." Purifier Ever Ditcovtrcd. IUKClt, 9 Tecumsrh St., Adrian, Mich. here ufter spending a few days in the country the guests of Mrs. Mnttie I,'ot Well KumiKh to Work. Iiradshaw. In these words is hidden the tragedy k r of many u woman, housekeeper orwngo h . ij f ' Yes. Many People earner who supports herself and is often helping to support a family, on meagre liavo told us tho Bamo story distress wages. Whether in houso, oHlce, fac. . nftcr eating, gases, heartburn. A tory, shop, stare or kitchen, woman fchould remember that Uicre is one tried and tue remedy for tho ills to which all women are nrono, and that is Lydia K. and after each meal will relieve S. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It ticforoSa,ld only by us 25c. Strcnulh, Power, AccemplUhmcnt nrc all Tjptflcd In S. S. jou. f which makes work promotes Uiat vigor Pome Mood disorders become dcciJy Itllrnlnntcil from. their presence, Penny's Drug Store. 8. 8. hag such rclf.J tti&y. Tho Lydiu E. Pinkhuui Mcdicinu Thin. too. rcoto.1 In the elands and ti.xucn. ami tlio pre- - Co., Lynn, Muss. mlsiuko It nmilo uf tcMirtlni; to drautlo Htlrrulatlon on these local colli aa to wolrato and a proper drum. Tlirio only OKk'niviilu liy eauiinc nrve their mutual to other. caih nsliitunco jioo ether oikI int troublci. A host ofknow itlatlvu very brief tlmo . H. w. imi mo In a They Tie know thli to lie true Lunches and rcronstmcllvo proeemi u under control Irom I'ulnful ticrlcnce. ehungea are obncvtd, All To Kd ritht Uown Into vhero the hlooil thut rimurkablo heal, tuiBtcrloui pulm ami Cooling Drinks iruptlvv placcB B. nold. Hot Weather Apparel ' is laiai i . . First National Bank i the-Ol- The time lias come for every man to think of comfort as well as style "HEADGEAR" w have the very newest in split Yachts and Pana-maWe are offering all $5 Panamas, both in staples and young men's tango shapes, at $3.75. All $3.50 Panamas at $2.50. Plain Yachts, fancy, rough and flexible Straws, $2.00, $2.50 and $3:00 qualities, now $1.00 and $1.5,0. s. Latest Style Oxfords FLORSHEIM and HANAN known as the leaders for men's fine shoes the world over. In all leathers Tan, Patent and Black $5 and $6 grades, now $3.75 anJ $4. W. L. Douglas and Eclipse English Bal. High Toe Button and Blucher, both in tan and black, $3.50, $4, $4.50 qualities, at $2.50, $3, $3.50 We carry the newest styles in Shirts, Fine Neckwear, Phoenix Silk Hosiery, Palm Beach Suits, White Oxfords and the Tropical Weights of HART, 5CHAFFNER & MARX all wool clothes. Mi-s- es fss' y 1 e Th.-.rn- Phillips and Phillips Nevvt of the Churches. Services at the Baptist eh arch Sunday at the regular hours both morning and evening. There will be Sunday School at Hester school-hous- e at "J:30 Sunday afternoon. Everybody invited. nt GravThe new Methodist el Switch will be dedicated Sunday. IJv K G R Mnnn ,of Lexington, will preach the sermon. Rovk. L. C. Young and M. R. Gah-be- rt arc conducting a meeting at the Baptist church at KcKinney, which will continue for some ten days or two weeks. The meeting began Monday night and goo erowd are S'"-miC- ly ten-pou- Mc-Clu- rc ids-te- Tis-itin- I.an-ctiste- r, Sine!.-- . rich er ice at the J'i1- 9:10; Preaching at 10:45; C. E. at ii:45, Election of officers; If the weather is suitable the union will be held in front of the courthouse otherwise it will be held at the Presbyterian church Rev. D. M Walker will preach. Dr. J. A. Trostlc came in this morning from Pineville, where tie is conducting an interesting mauting. He was called home by the illness of his little son, J. A., Jr., who Is suiTering from gastric catarrhal fever. He was very ill yesterday but is considered somewhat better today. Dr. Trostla will return to Pineville tomorrow and resume his work if the little fellow continues to improve. "Vote for your "Favorite"' today. Ch-i'.i- an U Sundaj S.hiol chuith r.4 house Tuesday. J. S. Davis bought of John Rigsby a milk cow for $40. Miss Julia May Stevens visited Miss Rucy Smith Sunday. Mrs. II. Stigall viirtcd her daughter, Mrs. Helen IlunUr Sunday. Mis Ella Rigsby nd Mr. Richard Davis visited Miss Eiaa Uoskins Sun day. John Kigsby bought of J. S. Davis a fat cow nt four and a half cents per pound. Mr. banip Mahan, of illiamsburg, is spending the week with hi sister. Mrs. Xanrie Smith. BEECH GROVE Mrs. W. A. Hurgner continues quite low. School begins at White's school Jt, $ "& DO YOUR Mid-Summ- er 41 i o, e, e. Karl-InctoJ- hand-shakin- Shopping llCtloM srsxr or NOT of-fl- Lr-vU- it TAND FEET s. m I m nr-iv- - Mli-se- s 0 N. nb--e- We are keeping pace with the new things that fashion dictates for Summer and are offering some wonderful values in small lots and remnants to close out. 6c yard good unbleached cotton, Ba'Jfc-hma- n, H..-.o- it V "mi , Mill-Crait- ei All Blood Disorders Quickly Driven Away Griafcsi 4c now per yard 5c yard fast colored lawns, now 3c per yard 7 2c h Percale (red only) 5c per yard 6 I 2c apron and dress ginghams 5c per yard Girl's $1 and $1.50 Dresses 69c 69c Ladies $1.00 dresses I Oc Towels 7 39c Men's 50c shirts 1 -32-inc-l-2c Look on Rack No. for bargains at 69c. There are waists, skirts, ladies' dresses, children's dresses. Look on Rack No. 2 for bargains at $1.00 Ladies' lawn dresses, skirts, etc. 1 Hdi Ladies $1.00 waists 69c s White and shepherd check Skirts 69c now 39c Little tots 50c dresses 25c Children's 50c middies 19c Boys 25c cheviot blouses.. Ladies' bleached vesbs, 4 for 25c . Any silk or light colored serge dress (New York made this seaprice. son) at just one-haAny spring coat or wrap in the house (New York made this seaf price. son) at just Any fancy Parasol in the house off the price. at Lot odds and ends in kid gloves, 25c small sizes at Lot colors in long silk gloves, $ I 48c quality Odds and ends in children's sum8c mer vests and pants 4 yds. 45-iembroidered voile, for $1.00 lf one-halone-thir- d n. . . li vltlatrd iiulres Hood iiurltU-- ever r .I Tldi remarkable icmedy contains ono Inciedlcnt. lli active iurpoo f which U to ktlmulalo tho tlsrur to tho hullhy jclcctlon ot III own OHkcntiul iiutrlmtnt . it.,. ,nr.ilriiinl rlcmcnti of this matcha leu blooil purllUr are Juit the untlat t nutiltloua well bulaticod hcoltli u Olvmeiiti ot tho iiumti. Krulni, futi and dally fowl. BUKuri of our If from tho presenco Not only thli. Of Boino dlturlilni polnon thtro U a local to cr fcncrol Interference of nutrition and cause Ixilla, carbuncle, ahsctubei Vindred' trouble. B. 8. 8. bo direct! tho local cells that thli poison U rejected on.l discovered. R f tho irrculobt .i - to iiehra have dlwippcuied, und from head refoot there Is a .onclou uuincUlon of newed health. I rem tho fuct that B. 8. B. Is purely a Ixitunlrol preiarntlon, It U aiTCpted by the woukest utoiniich uml hua eiuU tonlo or Inllucnio. Not ono drop of druim Aak liitiieruli: la utd In ita piciuirutlon It. for 8. S. 8. and lnlnt uiwn having any And If ou deflio bkillful udvko upon the. bloinl oml skin mutter conctrnlmf wrlto to Tho Swift Speclflo Co., t03 fiwift u. Uo not ulluw boiiio HldB. Atlanta. miloua clerk to larrup tho utmosphcro In over BomethhiB "Jut u Kood cloiuenco aa ii. S. 8, Bowaro of all counterfeits. INSURE Your Property in the Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with SALIN & SMITH, Agents May Be Obtained When In Danville at Many tempting bargains here. If you come to town Court Day, put on your memorandum "Go to Severance's." SHOP PERFECT (Incorporated) DANVILLE, - Stanford, Kentucky KY. SEVERANCE & SON j t H i At it-- ; The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, July 9, 1915. Farm and Stock News SEE HERE! Do You Want Your Kidney J. A. Manning sold to Ed. Mnrtin nmnlrd On? rntvwx three suckling Eper. fir n p will be in Stanford MONDAY, JULY 12, (county court day) to buy mules from 5 to 0 years old; 5 to 6 hands high and weighing around ,000 lbs. They must be practically sound. No : : : white mules wanted. i I 1 1 MULES Wanted! 1 1 for $C8.r0, V. A .I.cnr, of (Jnrrant, bought of W. V. 08 henil of 24!Mb. Iiors nt 7 Wi cents. Henry Phillips of Oney, sold n mare to Rock Grooms for $110 nud lioiiqht a horo from Hubert Allen for Gnr-tlnca- V. II .Ilurton. the I.anciuter horrc Momlny hurer. bought Ht a d07cn honw and mni at $120 to ' Tft ?Uo. C. T. Bohon ! SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION ' ! CINCINNATI ROUND TRIP and RETURN i ! Sunday, july isth. $1. 5 O " FROM JUNCTION CITY SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITYSi3S A. M. I IPHPPPHHPPHHI IM'lMtkllilsflU.IH Aik Ticket Agent for Particulars i' ' I r U l551 SJvMSgl Wx' . llHriSilBSHI c" KIN(;' Pa"'r anJ Ticlict A(,ent ' I '01 a,t M"'n . t. Lexington, Ky. J s p?n Dakota Jack's iijKmr INDIAN REMEDIES Avi-- BF. Lv vV?f-,''dC'- I jHHHHM Dn6SuTA JA?K boy The Northweitern PURSLEY's'lNDIANHERBS Wy"MH raH rz--' - ;' . VB mrlt ' have made hit name famous all over the Unittd States and Canada. 9 Composed of 'Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. Pursley's Indian Herbs- -5 Days' Treatment. Dakota Jack's Con boy Liniment Dakota Jack's Crcmc Soap, Price 10c. 3 bars 91.00 25c 25c All on sale at Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Dakota Jack's Home Address: Alktnta,Ga r t&eXsmi onb5kv: w&i&Ssa rH:r.v; me&mm s!.iisss& oSss .i-- -- a&Scfa; '.riiri., trL. ?f.JrjnJ$Jv:rt'&xi8ir . 'v s ":'& .5 r' .?'r of Asheville, Black Mountain, Hendersonville, Brevard, Lake Toaway, Saluda, WaynesviHe, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend your vacation at one of these cool and delightful places or at Tate Spring, Tenn. Round trip Excursion tickets are on sale daily, good until October 3Ut, via WAY up in the mountains of Western North Carolina are the beautiful and attractive resorts Southern Railway cf the Sc itk allowed at all point3. Three special Low Rate Excursions will be run during the oummer. Ask for details. Stop-overs For full inform-Mlosee Ticket Agent, Southern Railway, or write B. H. Todd, DiMrlct Passenger Agent, Louisville, Kentucky. n E.v c Rpf K' r A Car of Lehigh r 'v fc . E! Just Arrived We have just unloaded a car of Lehigh Portland Cement at our warehouse. If you ore in the market for cement this is a chance you cannot afford to overlook. Lehigh is a cement which gives you the best value, for it is ground to such a fineness that it makes the strongest concrete. LfcflHinCEMENT , 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. TOR SALE BY J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. f.) BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. 4 J, neys up ocam Hut be sure tn tret Diiin Kidnov Pills the oldest, the most widely ued the h.t leriimmriiiliil of nil kiilns-will give away FREE one Pony to the pills, new In use all oer the civilised John 11. Claire nnd James rinch, world. Don't experiment with your Lucky Number on Tickets sold First of Mason county, bought in their kidneys. Thousands have already count 80,000 pounds of woof ed Doun's. You lme their experience this season nt "JOc. TJiey alto oought to go by. Plenty of cases right here in and Second Days. Drawing to take i r 15.000 tountl9 in Urncken county Stanford. Here a one: w. w. Mtivu. oi tne iiustonvnio .mii IJ. Hnldormnn, Stanford, says: "I place Day of Fair 3 o'clock in lintf Co., has bouRlit neyeral crops of used Donn's Kidney I'iIM and tli.ey when nt $1. He will litiy very little proved to be just ns advertised. Sly the afternoon. Person holding the nt that twice, however, believing that kidneys were wtiuk and I had bnck-ch,it rnn he obtained Inter at a lower Hearing Dnun'a Kidney I'ifls lucky number must be on the ground, j figure. highly praised, I used them nnd they McCnrmnck & Tuckc Miiiipad a relieved me."' else another number will be selected. ilnuble deck of lambsi Thursday they simPrice hotiL'ht In the West Knd nt about scv- - ply nsk 50c, at nil dealers. Don't get for n kidney remedy wi nnd n half cents. The MoMey bro- - Doan's Kidney tlvets, Vtv Hnrnett nnd Kph Godbcy Mr. Holdcrmnii Pills the same that n had. wete some of 'those they bought from. Co.. HuffaU, X. Y. 55-- 1 R. C. Arnold bouchl of Mrs. IfWtie ho-r1915 21. nt sev Rtonddus '20 WAYNESBURG. en cents; n cow of T. A. Kiic nt four Mr. I.conran Singleton left Satur d Iiok" of A. C cetrts; three JOHN S. BAUGHMAN, Secretary ( nrmnn nt sevvn cents nnd 10 175- - clay ror ininois. Suiwlay School is proTeiiir nicepound hojra of J. N. C'nsh nt seven ly. Thwc wure 101! present Sunday. (cents. AlUn & Myers, of Hie West Knd. Mr. and Mr. R. Curtis spent Sun.hipped n car load of lambs they day with Mr. I. C. Singleton nnd famIioukIiI "f various p'trtii's nt .even am! ily. eijiht cents. They nlto shipped two Mioses Llda KiNcnid and Dannie car loails or hoirs they paid sexen Tartar spent Sunday night with the which were boiijht of cents for nnd Singleton. various parties. Judge Myers, of this Mrs. Lecman Singleton nnd Mis fiun bought of J. E. Allen 25 cattle Liln Singleton spent Saturday night to go this fal and to weight 1,000 to witn .Miss Anna i'adgett. 1,050 pounds, nt n high but private Jlr. John Guoch ixinie hom from price. Lexington Sunday, where he has been Richard Igo has sold 130 cattle for in the hospital for some time. delivery in October to J. W. Hales at' Mr. Walter Padgett, of Williams-towFLATWOODS. TO THE PUBLIC. eight mid n half cents. Judge A. R. gie me yur order I will promiso was the guest of Mr. Stanley Mr. G A. Ilrown is slowly improvI represent tho largest nnd best you it square deal. You will get tho Ilurnnrn sold hw cattle to the same Dumas Saturday and Sunday. clothing house in this for August delivery at the same of your money, either ii tho Mrs. A. C. Morgan and grand- ing. price. Lewis Ncale sold 100 cattle to daughter, Mnrcia Reynolds are visitEd V. I'nce & Co., Chicago cheapest grades or tho higher priced. Mrs, Mnry II. Harness is very ill country III. My experience in measuring and My SPRING nnd SUMMER lino of T. .). Curtis at eight nnd a half cents ing her sister, Mrs. P. II. Nolan. again. samples for August delivery. . F. and W. II. Mr. Marion Caldwell, of Oneida, Mrs. Sallle Ilrown is some better nt directing tho maxing of your clothes, spection. arc now ready for your InParks sold 150 cnttle to J. W. Hales, Tenn., is spending a few days with his this writing. Call and let me show you. iik tne iiiiMiiiuige over one who agent, nl eight And ti half cents; J as. lai-nt- , is not a practical tailor. If you will H. C RUPLEY. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Caldwell. G. M. Elder wits in Oiab Orchard th. Pr.etie.l T.llorf Park 100 nt eight and n half cents, Mr. Marshall Singleton and friend. and M. C. Covington 140 nt eight nnd .Mr. blliott, of Moreland visited M- - Tuesday on business. ElMr. Jnmes Sutton visited John a half cents to J. W. Hides, ngent, for Marion Caldwell and attended the pic- der Saturday evening. lictltui. I.ICI1IIMHU1 VIJII1UA. niC, Mrs. Myrtle Harness and children J. Wnlkcr Coitt and John Seltsam. Mr. nnd Mrs. S. II. Gooch. of SomMtcd her mother, Mrs. Mary Ilrown. of Boyle, bouglrf six yearling Mrs. M. V. Paderset, isitoil Mr. and There was a ball gr.:ne nt this place Issue The from A. J. Rigdon for $140. seven gett and other relatives Sunday and Saturday. A large crowd was presfrom C. II. "Kills for SI 75, five from C. Monday. ent. L. .To4ics for $1.15, three calves from Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Gatlierry and Miss Eva Smith of Walnut Grove I). L. Owens for $57, three from A. J. little son, Wm. Franklin spent SunSatPel-le- y Adams for $02.50, one from Roy day with his mother, Mrs. Tartar at visited Iter uncle, Martin Smith, urday. jjTb'2.50, one veal calf from K. Yosemite. Mrs. Nannie Crnig, of Spiro, visited M. Bower for $10, one sow and six Mr. Luther flelmmtoller, of GOES TO PRESS SOON hvr sister, Mrs. Esther Ilrown Thurs-la- y pigs from William Letcher for $29. W. Va., is spending a few days last. They three steers to Thomas P. with his father and mother, Mr. and Every Bell miltscrlber, almost without exception, is able Re. John Elder spent Tuesday Stigall for $87.50. five steers to J. C. Mrs. W. H. Helmintoller. to buy the goods advertised In this directory. Reserve with Mr. Hrynnt Bmwn at Hrotigh-tontowyour tptca today. Atlc the Manager for rates. Johnstone for $174.50 and ten Mr. Clyde Padgett, hogs to J. C. Johnstone for sev- Va., joined his wife of Shock. W. and son here Mrs. M. E. Elder nnd son, Garfield, en and a half cents per pounds. Monday, where they are visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Padgett. went to Lancaster Sunday to visit R. H. Elder. HIGHLAND. Miss Chloc Farmer of N'cal's Creek, School began here Monday, the 5th Supplements Changes and MHs Zornh Uaugh visited nt Som visited Miss Gladys Singletpn last with Edgar Thompson as teacher and week. erset last week. They were guests of Misses i large attendance. your other corrections Mis Lillie Warfleld. accompanied Irene and Juey Singleton Wedneday Miss Ella Menefee entertained her advertising night. her sister, Mrs. Emil Meier, to in listings ."rieni'r, a singing Friday night Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Dumas and lit- m honor with sisters of her from I.ouiHvillc. should be but does not Mr. anil Mrs. Walter Uaugh, of tle daughter, Thelmn and Miss Omn Some of Danville, were visitrnir nt Mr. K. G. Caldwell came up from Somerset to left Monday the boys of this section conflict made at once for Garrard, when they Baugh'g recently. attend the picnic. They were giu.tts of we going to work in the wheat t'lcldt,. Mr. Mart and Dick Hot ton, of Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Caldwell. for the new with other Mhs Louisrllle, nre also visitors at Mr. Messrs. Walter ami Clarence Sin numc of Doie , Mcefec. the trained Loui-is here die, nnd r, mediums. book. gloton. Miss Mnyme ftugleton, Mr. I with their parents, .Mr. nnd Mr--- . WalIIoi ton's- this week. Mrs. Cyrenxi Cook, of Detroit, h S. O'Rannon and .Ta'Ter Gonrge ker Mc.efee. isiting her brother, Mr. II. F. Hor- were among thote that tame Me--rFrank Smith. Wm. Denny, over from Stanford for the pi nic. ton and other relatives. K. J. Owen1-- , G M I'Uler nr.d Miss Faunie Youi- On nccount of so much rain there left Monday on busiwee at I.nii-tc- r morning to begin Vier third school at weru not so many people at the ness the first 'f th week. Locust Grove or Duncan. picnic Saturday, as was expect Misses Fannie, Cyrena. Lucile and ed. However, there wete tonic good Roberta Young and PeniT Cook spent speakers pre.ent the Stanfort. A WORD FOR MOTHERS a week with relatives at Somerset Ilhnd made some goo- - music in the and Science Hill. afternoon. It is n grave mistake (or inoht-- to u?f. Some of the young folks went to The Young Ladies Suivlav School lfct their aches ami juins and sufkr in the Waynesburu nicnic Saturdav in class and several ti their vout'L silence this only leads to chronic sickspite of Hie rain. They wiy theer was friends met at the !me of' their ness and often shortens life. nothing dry about this pinic. teacher. Miss Cora Singleton. Mon- Ifyourworkistiring.it our nerves are Misses Myrtle and May Johnson, ilny and spent the nfturnoon in playexcitable; if ou feci languid, weary or depressed, ou should know that Scott'ii wllft h.nvn hf(n visitim. Itinit- ..v.., ... ing croouet. rook and other ram nl .. ..... ...v.. . . " ITL.. muies sarvou tunen ' Livingston rxiv 'e returned home. me at even o Rmulsion overcomes just such conditions. Jt ixssebe9 in concentrated form the Mrs. C. M. Young who has been clock on the irrouiHl.Thoxe nrpsenf -contined to her room foj- - the last few from a dixtanco wore: X Lila Kin very elements to invigorate the blood, weeks wns much worse Sundny nnd isiu'd, of Hanliji county, Mis Hnnntu sireugtnen me tissues, nourish the nerves not nnich better at this writing. Tartar, of Yowmitc iti'd Mr. Luther and build strength. Scott's Is strengthening thousands ot .'lips .orn I'augn Hegan her fourth '"'iminittcr, of .duybury, W. Va. d SCliotd nt Mnnikiv. Thlu They departed nt u lat hour fpplirn. mothers und will help j on. No alcohol, bcott tk Conoc. WourafielJ.N.J. ihows to feme extent the regard the that they had spont a very pleasunt1! patrons, Hold foi tlii- - excellent teach- iiKcrnoon and evening. er. Tho following paients nre rejoicing FINDS NO REMEDY L. Beazley & Co., kv m'fW over the airval of now grls at their EQUAL TO TANLAC homes, since our last teport, namely: Ah c Mr. atjd Mrs. H. S. Cook, Mr. and William H. Howard Snyt Ie Tried Mrs. Green Carrier and Mr. and Mrs. Everything Elio Without C. Daily. Help. While gathering her clothes fiom the line last week, Mrs. Maggie Louisville, Ky., July 8. Willinm II was struck by lightning and her arm slightly burned. At the same Howaid, who lives at 225 West Jef ferson UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Don't miss the wonderful time Miss Bertha Roger,s who was al- known street, here, and is wide! hs an advertising man, is one so taking in clothes nt her home, was opportunity for educational of those who declare' he has been Furniture Mat'lng, Ruqs. Furnishocked considerably. liY ture Exohan;ed for all Kinds and pleasure travel afforded by the Mr. John .Meier and wife cele- greatly benefited by Tanlac, the preOf Stick. brated the Fourth by having u family mier preparation. "For n long time," he said recently PHONE 41 STANFORD. KY Panama-Pacifi- c at their home. As this is Exposition the first time they have all been to- "I suffoied from a catarrhal affection of the stomach, and I never have San Francisco gether since the children were grown, found unything which -C. M'CIary tho family has increased considerably, ;ood as Tanlac. I did mo so much Panama -- California Exposition .r had there being nine childron and thir- nearly everything before used prett San Diego mv friend teen grandchildren. The children are retemmumlud Tanlac to ine.k helped ill married and live in other cotnmu-lilie- me almost ut once, am I ara glad to Tickets are on sale every day at They aro as follows: .Mr. John offer public tustimor.r o Its uluc." Meier, of Danville; Mr. Emil Meier, Very Low Excursion Fares via Chronic catarrh, which affecU the of Detrort, Mrs. C. L. Gover, of Stan- mucus membranes, is one of the most ford; .Mrs. Oscnr Hutrmnn. nf ZKSGSiKi ille, Mr. Jake Meier ,of Somerset. prevalent and distressing muludii" known. The trouble Is almost tinker ' of the South Mrs. Bernard Hoehn, of Louisville, al. Offensive bieath. couirhiiiL'. ner .Mrs. a. K. J'earson, who lives withy vousness, sneezing, heuduches, l'oi full infoimatlon, Hf Ticket Agent, Southern SM .V.. pool in.--j jKiicuiK, iiiis. uenry .immermnii, digestion, loss of appetite, unsound UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMEB Kailwuy lor write 0. !. Todd, District Passen-Ke- f of Louisville and Mrs. M. A. Stone, sleep and susceptibility to cob's are Anent, Southern Kailwuy, Louisville. Kjr. Office Phone 167. Heme Phine H. of Stanford. All of the children re- among the results ftom the mnlndv. turned to their homes Sunday afterTanlne has proved of special valuo 6TP0RD. KENTUCKY. noon, with the excepfmi of Ms. In tho treatmeit of tho catarrhal trouHoehn and Mrs. Zimmerman whn bles. Hundreds have toatlfied to thy ed wilh their purwnts several days. good it has done them. It Is now being sold in Stanford nt the fenny Drug Toll of the Windstorm. Store. j-- i ? . 55.1 Twenty-seve- n known dead, ten N fTrW lluiti ib..iu. ;jJiojKpajjng wtUt misMiig and property loss that will exKentucky Lradi. zcrycaxs -ceed $1,000,000 was the toll taken in sW Kentucky leads all Southern State-i- n w ,rt(t L Rh production Cncinnati by probably the worst.wind of corn, tobacco, fer vMjtinlctnr-- fcsf fe jmi! rainstorm of its hstory. i X. 3 Heavy hogs, hotscs, milch cows, beef cattle NJl Ji 5 4VS & s I'amago also was caused in many oth- poultry, sheep and wool. It comes er section as far west ns Nebraska. second in wheat, potatoes and hny. or c Tlfe death toll of tho storm in Ken. There are mwt tegitered Joney tat bUKIKIUni KLU.Ui.HAT.OfF. t w i BOURBON Included one porson at Ktian- - tie in Kentucky than in ativ othc POULTRY ver. Two children were killed in btate In the Union. Value of furm CURE property $800,000,000, 75 per cent, of its population is rural. 200,000 down tlio throat of u eaplnc chicken, ileklrot tliu wotun They Writo Every Dy. fatms average .value per farm over and saves the chick' life Eviiiy day Foloy & Co., receive let- $8,000, over 1.1,300,000 bearinij fruit TI1I3 record for durability, without leaks, repairs, or other common roof Afuwdrnpsln the drinking ters from grateful men and wemen, trees. Kentucky leads all Southern water cures and troubles, has attracted many imitators. If the shingle offered you looks like tellinz bow Foley Kidney Pills cured States U population (it leads all "CORTKIGHT", don't let It go nt that, but look for the stamp on tho PREVENTS DISEASE thern of buckuchc,sora muscles, stiff in white population). Kentucky has corruKatlon at the top of the shingle "CORTKIGHT REG. U. St PAT. For th treatment of Whlta Diarrhoea Inchtckt Joints and other kidney and bladder more people worth $5,000 or more and OFFICE." It Is put there for your protection. Use it I and ollwr dluae In turkea troubles. Is very quick to relieve lum- than any State in the South; KenFor Salt by bago und rhouimitism duo to kidney tucky has more people with annual BOURBON PflULTfiY CURE HAS NO EQUAL trouble. No other remedy has a longer incomes of $2,500 or over than any WILL1 STONE, Stanford, Ky. , Ifcrecord of cures. For sale by nil dealers Southern State. O1.3 00. ImUIo ntakts 't uelluni of mcdlikto. car-loatost-Inli- Monmn Smith Ilauchmnn wtUl to R'obert (Jettj, of Cincinnnti. a some nonv feldinK for.$18&. ; FOK SALE. Prime Timothy Hay, or I baled or.Iooso, by wagon Also young Jersey bulls and Duroc 50-t- f hugs. At'Tarm. I. Held. Iwnrt-Kood Kldicy trouble nre potting it'ijro tiny, (Jovcrnmcnt common every ho tilth bureau iitfjrr. nv ili fi"in this cnuse nre 72 per cent, more tlmn 20 years npo. A Hlilinil.f A., f f . ...1.. mru t n I Imcknchc. whe feels lilue, nervous -. ilixsy npulU, nnd irritable: who h.hmdnche imd urlinry disorder hultl 'sunport klilnsy weakness. Oxervrorkeil kfdnora murt lime n reft, Tnko thins: easier; live more carefully. Tnko kidney remedy to build tho kid- - lit Wf ME fl ASSOCIATIOn Third at e. Foster-Milbur- 200-po-iti- d s II II 3. I Mis-s-e- n, - mnde-to-ord- stj-er- s Next of fr The Bell Directory .May-bur- y, 225-pou- - -i Jume-Denne- y M Mac-cabe- e I - itti-l.- i ,:' 1 Qtm J. ie Liiilifonna itsBi LvTLESr tgTT v; k Msit a Apr;, .1 ru J J. s. IV-it- M(y r .-. Southern Railway -- 3)SSI!p im i)fiop ONE. OriiJinnted ii1887 Vjslw l)tMtNt ffaafHlftl'-"- ?PM T" SSraBI fwfCi ymffyi oTervice hack ofJ Itlac-kbea- r- fc ssi.aBt SiSlk shiTr,':"- sfSSftTSwSSBSSBfassmraj nii.ni . i h4v-- . JsWsfsfcW 1S.WW.HH, ..iv ..A .! tA l! ft- -l