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No. 56 The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, July 13, 1915 NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS TUa Paaar Staaa Waam Ywr ttawl Wate Oa Data 0 LaaalaMl li taaaw Tat Safcatria1 'aa PfiaifUy. 1 Tuesdays and Fridays NAMES FOR ELECTION OFFICER3 8 r admitted By Democratic County Fair Crowd In Town And Politicians Brief Mention of What Is Going On Elegant In Every Detail and an Committee According To Law. casion Long; to be Remembered On Hand Galore. The Country Over. Stan-for- d A fairly good crowd came to town One of thchnpplcst event that Pursuant to call of Cnirman W. O. Miss Carrie Hello Romans Is In Rockcastle road bonds were bought hns hnd In mnny n day was the yesterday to attend court and talk Walker, the Lincoln County Demofor a visit to Miss Jessie Hen-gl- nt par by ii Cleveland, O., firm. by tho nlumm of the politics but evidently they didn't cratic Committee met In Stanford Lieut. Gov, McDermott has openod iKinnuct given Odd Fol- come lit do business, for Miss Hunicd I'rnther, 'm enjoying hcudqunrters with F. C. Learning In Stnnford High School In the it was a very Saturday and selected eight demolows' Hall Friday night. Covers were quiet day in that line. There wure two crats in each precinct in the county a vacation in Richmond nnd Lexing- charge. wero vn- - Stntc candidates present nnd only ten scat all of whose names will be sumbltted to James Warks, n farmer, who lived Inid for 85 and But Tour Days Left to Decide (lie Winners'of ihe lli.nd.omi. Leland Piano ton. cant, the district ones were here by n large the CotitUy Elcctton Commission from . III., or ihe Tour lo Ihe Panama Exposition, I lis Niagara Falls Trlp and is Miss Pearl llnrdln, of Decatur, Mrs. near Cynthiann, was murdered and his Some four or five weeks ago n num majority. And all these candidotes which to choose the Democratic elechere for a visit to her sister, house was robbed. Iho Ten Other Valuable Prlies. Make the Mod of Every Possible Op. Alex Walker. the Stanford tho last court day before the primary tion officers for the primary on AugEight hundred miners of the Pine-vill- e ber of tho graduates Under portunlty to Secure Subscriptions During the Short Time Remaining. Mrs. J, Roo Young, of Mnysvllle, Is section hnvo struck fw ten per school got together nnd arganized an and no speaking. Something out of ust 7th. electionthe provisions of ther primary law, the officers of nlumni nssoeintlon nnd decides! to the ordinary to sny tho least. On Your Effort. In Ihe Next Four Day Will Undoubtedly Depend tho guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. cent raise in wages. way of the Election Commission must Rclect Henry Bosvtorth, candidate for tho better W. (1. Anderson. Hundreds of men have been given have n banquet ns the of ths; instituYour Success at the Close. the officers of the election from this ilemocratlc nomination for governor. Little Miss Margaret Klkln Hughes, employment on the now railroad ex- getting tho graduates tion iatcrested. It nctcd liko a charm run nere and no proved himself a hand: list presented by the county commit of Louisville, i.s hero for a visit to tensions In Southeastern Kentucky. lowed to poll ns many votes as they IjUiiraster telatvics. tho alunml ban- shnkcr of a high order. He made n tee, with the provision that if 2o per TJio ono big problem mow confrontK. E. Ebncr, aged 58 and a promi- and the result was ing the pcoplo of LlnciJn and adjoin- desire. Rev. J. W. Mtihnn bus returned nent Pinevillc architect, wns drowned quet will be nn annual event which .fine Impression and the Bosworth cent, of the candidates running com bine, they Don't Be Bluffed. select one officer out ing counties in, "Who will prove to ho from Washington county, where he while rowing In a lake at Mlddleshoro. will be looked forward ta from year stock went up u point .or two If not of the fourcan be named; 60 per cent, to get more. the the winner of the thirteen vnhiuhle all Don't lot discouraged and nhovc held n Miccossful revival. The death list, ns the result ofthirty-- to year. don't vnur rnmmlitiir Muff W. F. (Billy) Klnir, candidate for of the candidates may select two ofMrs. Theodore Cowherd, of Louis- storm in Cincinnati, has reached prizei to h nwnrded In the Interior I It wasyjiost appropriate that Prof. ficers or 75 per cent muy nnme threo; do, you feel liko kick-tinis also a but this is rarely ever Sovcral prson arc missing yet. J. W. Ireland, now of Bcllcvue, Ky., Railroad Commissioner, Journal's nitr TniTcl Tour and Prize yon out. If younround the block forg ville and Ml" Hettic McDowell, of La- six. done, and it is yourself Contest which closes next Saturday about three weeks nfter the contest grange, aru the guests of Mrs. J. R, The crop outlook in Davioss county who hnd been nt tho head of the past master at mixing with crowds not believed thnt it will be done In night, July 17th, ut ! o'clack. Mnny 'has closed, to think how easy you let n Mount nnd daughter. this year is very bad, nceordlng to re- school for nine yents" should have been anil he must have had a good day also. this county for tho list of names preCenter Bros., the Point Loavcll ports received from Hie farmers in selected toastmastcr. lie was notmcsi Hilly carries n Rmilc that won't wenr sented by the county committee to nre the guesses thnt havu been tnnde valunblo prize slip through your grasp stock exporters, shipped n enr loud of that section, nf th.. honor thnt had been bestawed, off and he leaves those with' whom ho tne commission from which to select on the outromu of the hie mco hut !ln every contest, thicr aro ulway.s n tnu-nr.-t O. E. Lutes, R. M. Sharpe sold to and a letter came hi a day or so that Comes in Contact feclinc they nre pimply guesses for no one lot of "croakers" who try to make the stock, hogs and cattle, to the city the officers of election Is composed of he would be on hand, nnd would bo him and wishing him well, oven if men who arc known for their honesty market from cast (Inrraid. J. II. Hnughman two can tell for no one know. Irnndiihstcs believe that they are really Mr. Ephrlam P. Brown, tho effi- cattle nnd two weanling calves for irlnd nf tho oDiiortunitv to meet the thoy aro pledged to nnolher. Meanwhile every candidate has nn friends. They go to and fnlrncss In nil affairs, nnd who candidate Judge Hardin, who knows every- can he depended upon to see that a pupils of his rormor uays on so napequal opportunity for victory anil no say, "What's the use of working and cient imi courteous postmaster, has $ior. nny just received an incrense in his salary, arrangements have been py occasion ns he knew the banquet body In the county, wns here to snenk fair, square election is held and that Elaborate onu enn sny xhe bus won until the longer for such nnd such n candidate to mem nit nnd asK nbout the folks nt every candidate gets -- very vote which completed at Owcnsboro for the en- would prove. flnnl decision Is mndo. Ovcrcnnfldencc has a groat ileal moru votes than you it now being $1,700 per annum. T. K. WutMin, who has been engag- campment of the Sate militia, which Is the higgcat handicnp under which and of course there i.s no chance for The day of the banquet arrived nnd home. He expressed himself as pleas- is enst for him counted ns enst, which so d'ul Prof. Ireland. Everything was ed with his prospects in old Lincoln. is all that any candidate should ask. n enndidnto could Inhor. It cuukoh you to win. You had bettor drop out ed in business in Danville Ins return- begins there Thursday. Attorney C. C. Fox, who is also a The law provides that these rramoi Charles Tinsley, Joe Cloud, Arthur in readiness uul nt 8:30 o'clock Frimore regret nml disappointment than , now." Makes you feel rather panicky ed to his former love, t.nurnster and some forty couples cnndldntc for the democratic nomina must be submitted to the caunty elecanything elc in a campaign of this 'to hear ahnt sort of "hunk" doesn't it? wilt be lusociatcd with the Metropoli- Johnson and Lawrence Crockett arc day evening Compnny. sort. The only way to make sure of Hut stop nnd think how cun tlijs so- - tan Insurnnre Ilenglc, of Hustonvllle, under arrest at Pinevillc for breaking marched into the beautiful hanquet tion for circuit judge, is getting well tion commission 15 days before tho Rev. .1. W. In to the postoffice there. hall and for for several hours sment acquainted and makes n favorable primary and t hat the election officern winning is to spend every possible ciiucu iricnu Know more annul me Baatho shall be named 10 davs before the John L. Whitehead, who used to the time between eating and talking impression wherever he goes. minute between now and the close racu thnji YOU who has been In touch recent pastor of begin Lancaster of a series E. V. Puryear, candidate for Com- primary and that the election officers live nt Mt. Vernon, but for years has and listening to toasts anil reponses. searching for sulcription. Perse- with the race right from tho start nnd list church, will at Forks monwealth's Attorney, arrivod n lit- tion Commission is composed of Sherr. Prof. Irclnnd made n capital verance is the winning quality nnd who understands the system under the first Sunday of Dix River church, been n druggist at Williamsburg, has in August. filed n deed of assignment. In a happy talk at the begin- tle before noon and was busy the bal- iff J. G. Weatherford, Col. S. T. Har-r- s, coupled with energy will bring you to 1.7 which it i.s conducted? How can this by The last information received A liuildinir boom is exnected in Chi ning, he told of his stay in Stanford, ance of tho day. He did not henor nnd E. G. Baugh. The list submitthe ton. Lot your enmp-rigbe a kind of n friend know who has rnt D. M. lackey in regard to Imr cago following the compromise of the the ups nnd downs, the pleasing and mis omce with a call, doubtless being ted to them by the Democratic Counwhirlwind one for the short time re- the most votes when e contest mana-'ge- r Mrs. Mr. A (loodloe LacKey, of Kansas building tradtas' strike, which tied the disnlensinir thinirs. his failures und too husy with nearer nnd dearer ty Committee by precints is as folmaining. See as many ns you can himself has not the slightest idea ton, has been o critically ill- of lows: cuccesses whilo a resident of the "dear menus. and do not let any possitire oppor- who has the honor. If tnore would be City, who is that he shows some im- - j contruction work for weeks, paralysis Judge John Sam Owsley, Lincoln's Stnnford, No. 1 (Courthouse) A. Nody Starkey. of the Eastern old town." But we are glad to say tunity to secure subscriptions pass nnyhody in n position to know how Co., with not much timo was consumed in tell- "uy tuiuiiiiaie ior political nonors, P. Sloan, J. A. Allen. J. M. Rankin, ttucky Homo Telephone you have it many votes nny contestant has, it cerunnoticed. Even P.ev. 5. H. rok'ill, the Jletno.lisl headnuartcrs at Pinevillc. has taken ing of his adversities, fro he had few must have felt good over his day's John Bright, Jr., A. H. Severance, S. leading position today don't be too tainly would bo tln mannger of the minister Is now vngnuMt I na very suc Valley Telephone Co K. Duddcrar, J. C. Mcviary, J. H. confident. There nre many way down campaign.. Hut under the system cessful meeting at Spears Chapel in over the Sandv Eichhorn, of Uluffton, if any here. While ho took hold of the work. He was more than ever impress- Goggin. Judge W. V. school when it was n a chaotic condi ed with what others have known for the list now who mny surprsc their which the contest is conducted (it is1 county. His pulpit was fill- - Ind., has been chosen special Stanford. friends and other contestants when impossible for nny one evj'ti the con- ed on Sunday by Rev. Claude Fawns, try the men under indictment judge to tion, he at enco got in control and Jirs some time that his homo county is Bryan, J. S. No. 2. Maxvillo) J. B. Baughman, T." A. Rice, in sailing afterward was ns smooth as he solidly for him. test mannger or unyone in tho InterIt ionics to n showdown. I Miss Pearl Crutchfleli! won the secfor nlleged election frauds. could have wished. The Graded School Jesse D. Wcaren and Mnrshall C. Will Stone, J. T. Bingaman, T. W. ior Journal office) to find out how About The Closing. ond prize in ihe aony contest it being R. C. Hocker, J. II. Wheat, sugar, butter and meat needed n and Newlaml. opposing candidates cir- Pennington, Many people, judlrny from the ru- mnny votes nny contestant luu. When n fine young nony. The little girl is prices nre being Australi- thoy found him in the genial profes- cuit clerk, hnd seen the dear for by voters Woods. mors and gnsip, have nn entirely er- ' ii subscription is suit in, the votes nre innturally very proud of her new pos- - an Government, fixed to a the shortage on Stanford. No 3 fEnelno House) due so many times that they kinder gave roneous idea as to the closing of the issued and immediately sent bnck to session nnd worked Irani for the prize. account of drouths and European war. sor. Sam Matheny, J. A. James C. Cooper, president of .the over to the visiting politicians. How- Henry Fields. Tucker. contest nnd arc under the impression the contestant. Nn record Is kept of Littlejohns Csirnlval Company held the dead C. J. Wnlter. W. T. T. W. Jones. r, that it is possible for some pcr.ori" to them nnd they are only counted when a weeks engagement ot snowa nere, LexingtonBronston. son of announced alumni association, was the first ever, t hey put in a few licks nt W. S. Cash, W. F. Dishon. J. T. Dud uttorncy, has they nut in n few lirka thnt J have inside knowledge whtnh will en- Hhey aro returned to be put Into the under the auspices of tho Odd Fel- for the democratic nomination of Jes- speaker of the evening and aftej exdcrar. able them to turn in eneugh money ballot box when they aro published in lows. The compnny has n strteHtlid samine county. He is opposed by Jns. tending a hearty welcome, tunicd the cause has not been neglected. Stanford. No. 4. fftowlandl J. B. work over to Prof. Ireland, usho called to win out on the last ikiy or night of the paper. leadership of Prof. 'L. Dormnn. Wade, I. S. Phillips, Lee HoUzclaw, band under the Happy Family Reunion on a representative of each graduatAre These Your Friends? the contest. M. Blackerby, Judge Quincy A. Myors, formerly ing class while he was nt the hood of F. Snoonamore. To give you nn idea f these fnUc Rocco Grclln. BeHe Btiwisido, who Mr. and Sir,. TWoli To insure isVsolu-- e fairness the M1s Annie f r. " -- enziey, n. i' Lawrence, W. J, management has adopted the follow- friends, the following illustrations ban recently submitted to a painful trythe Supseme Hentn, has deMined to the school nnd the president of the had nil of ihiV uZ.r "'.Ji'l'i'"""at Holtzclaw. mem the election fraud cases of 1rm """ "k" thosct thei!" pretty home at Walnut Flat ing pretentions to govern thu last two will tell you how they work to your -appendicitis, naa recov-re- d Taggnrt, .Mayor Hell and others of class of this year. Following aretimely Sunday Huxtonville No 1. Georgo who made interesting and days of the inntest. The contest mana- dittndvnnt'iigc. In a contest just a short operation for nnd t he day was a memor- John B. Dinwiddle, Jns. Yowell, Hunn, sufficiently fr8m the operation Indinnapolis. Hentalks and Prof. Ireland's lioart must able ono to parents as well as ger will make his final count on timo ago, ane contesrunt lifctcnvd to to be taken to tho home of her sister, i For hnlf nn hour ry Baughman, James Huston, Jones nfter being, struck Mr. and Mrs. Chancellor are get- Baughman. E. B. Powell, D. O. Lewts, Thursday niqht, Jfily 15th. and all the advice of one of these "friends" Mm. J. Vincent Arnold in Birming- by ligthning a crossing watchman of have swelled wuth pride when he saw his former pupils ncnut themselves so ting nlong in ypars i.nd it speaks well votes clipped from the paper must be and did not turn in oven all the wli- )tho L. .t N. raalroud lay unconscious North. J. Wildeposited in the ballot box before scriptlons she had on hand. In censo-nuen- ham. for their offspring to want to gather D. Hustonville, No. 2 Frank C. Hicks, Bepp, T. L. Carpenter. N. Paint Lick and nil of her citizens in his tower in Louisville while traffic creditably: Letter S. O'Bnnnon, (he loit a $9110.01) Automobile liam Morrison Bright. Miss Claudia at the old home as oen as they eight o'clock that night. Immediately can. Wm. Riffe, George Tucker, John dil jiersclf proud In ihe handsome went unguarded except by Providence Eaton, Miss Margaret Warren, Hubert An excellent dlnnpr r Hicks, S. P. Stephenson. after he makes Ins fitml count the and had no ono to blame hut horself tin. extended so many Lancastri Louisville. ballot box will he sealed and the key nnd that fnlfe friend, for tho contest ans on .Monday in cweoration oi trie in A reduction of D.fi per cent, in this Carpenter, Ben Spaldiryr Hill, Thomas and the dny was spent in happy con- Hustonville No. 3 R. C. Nunncl-loBright, Harry Reinhurt and Clinton .v.ntiKjH. jiiuse present besides turned over to the judge, who will be wns conducted on an absolutely fair Fourth. Tho cenuine hospitisiity heap- W. P. Martin, Ed Peyton. Wm. the cigar selected from the prominent men of ami square basis. In nnnther contest Led upon the visitors made them feel year's production of cent tobacco nnd Coleman, the last named the represen- na rants were: Clonnra Moser, W. A. Hataher, James McCor- in chewing tative of the clas.s of 1915, when Prof. an incese of 10 per ninnlpeg, Canada; Vest Chancellor: 'mack, Frank Bobbitt, S. M. Helm. this city. Tho final two dnys voting and star u similar reason, a contestant they were glad to have lem mere. smoking, inuff and export types is W. C. Wilson, was superintendent. will bo entirely in their charge. So you mst n $400 piano. Now the E' Pruitt. of' Hustonvllle, No. 4. D. S. Riffe, n prominent shown in comparison with Pope & Robinson, year, can rest assured that any votes you is, nre you gohig'to stick to the finish Garrard stock firm, sold 81) head af according to n Oovernment last The menu embraced everything 2....V.S..UIK, mra. win JiawKins, of R. S. "W. M. Mablcy. A. R. report. place in the bnllp--t box tter Juiy Kith and sec Ihe rnce through? With the Visict ausitrt! mm mill iSfiltarta lit l?lfn Corbln: Mrs. J. H. Williams. Joe Epperson, L. E. True, F. F. Moblealy thnt you can think of good-toa- t. handbook .operators and There were foar courses, the first had Chance or and family, Will and Thos. J. L. end of the race such n short timo mond last will not be feen'hy anyoae until the BK, W. J. Pun-si.1- . Moiuln,'vtiio bovine being hrCot? in Pans, were trapped broiled chicken. The best mortal man Chancellor, of this countv, judges open the box nnd begin to awfcy, your triie friands would adrise In bunches to" varioua local dealers, Crab Orchard, No. 1 R. J. McAlis-te-r, J. H. Wilyou to "stick nnd gather in the biggest detectivas who said they were ever tasted and ham,' thnt nad been liams was also on hand. count the votes after tho contest has D. M. Anderson, E. L. King,, R. L. bringing ftani ?J2.50 ta $26 per IPJ.?" prize possible. saved up for such aa occasion for closed. Collier, W. C. Pettus, J. F. Manual, II. head, or on an average of 20 per n rv...; ...,-.-, The Vole Coupons. I ia Wll.ej asuai.le nillUll Ul w lis n . venrs. other suhstnnti.ilR. Thpn .la iVf ntr. Best Diarrhoea Remedy. B. Howard, J. M. Cress. i HfivJc vUln All votes clipped from the paper aniTWlL ..., wlin Aim A """v annunntnnJnnt ...tw y"WARNING Chnmber-lai- n Crab QrcWd, No. 2 C. M. Jones, Harrv Ware, a nonulnr socisty of Rockcastle - county schools, is a came excerfent salads and sandwiches,. , ?,V, hav? ever weA must bo deposited in the ballot bo s Colic, Cholorn uy a mays-viH- e i nun uricK cream, mnue and Diarrhoea J. G. Carpenter, Jr., W. F. Holdam, TImi Contest Manager issued a by 8 P. M. J.sily U.th. Vote ballots young man formerly of Hopkiiuvrlle. candidate ta fill out the ineapired Remedy vou know thnt. it U oatcrnr. nnd cako of several A. V. Noland, C. A. Redd, R. E. warning thai no check, will be which are issuod on subscriptions are will open up a new soft drink stand term. kinds, including black rruit cake that F' Gu'", Whatlejr, Ala., writes, "I Gaines, Bab'e DeBorde, M. M. Peraccepted for subscriptions on Igood up to the last minute of the con in the room niljoining the Raman's Tly National Republican Progres- was the real stuff. Next camo coffee ii- "? ineasies nna got caught out In the kins. -u a He Opera Thiir.day, Friday and Saturday, test nad need not be deposited until hnmh-om- House. socin has purchasedwill sive Union has been organized and and mints, etc. What n saipper it was rain, ana it settled in mv im..i, j Waynesburg No. 1. B. new fountain and F. Mc- the last three days of the contest. tho InM hour of the contest unless you heatlquaVters opened in Washington. and how it was enjoyed can be im- bawejs.il had an awful time, and had .Mull'in. M. J. Morgan. J. M.' Reynolds, soon be ready to wait upon callers. so desire. If you take checks for sub.orip. The organization is intended to off-n- agined when it Is told that more than u. Miss Mary Johnston, tfie handsome fencing, linns, have them made payable lo The Last Big Vote Offer. the Nntional Retuhlian Publicity two hours were spen in discussing it. unoiern""v" .or v.namnerian'B colic. J. o. wrignt, R Y.r.Ballard. A. Ulass, D nrrhon Rmr.,i,. t C. M. Estes. yourself and convert Into cask be. The following schedule or votes young daughter of Hr. and Mrs. League and to work for the nominat- It wns tho handiwork of Mrs. VillTVV. could notund nossiblv havi live.? hut ,. Johnston, of Nicholasville, e' imi of a Progs-es.iv2. G. A. Walter, will be in force during the remainder fore making the final settlement. Republican for Hoys and Mrs. A. P. Hsinn, two ladies ffew hours .longer, but thanks to this W.Waynesburg, No. C. fWliland. Dan C. Alford. V. who were residents of Lancaster for a Preiidbnt. of the contest. who knew about ns well how to u romcil.v, I nra now Well and jGooch, J. D. Long, W. B. King, Lan number f years, is enjoying 11 visit stwmr." New Subscriptions. n Lexington It is u4).oluteIy Impossible for anyJ. A. Edga, a such things as any oven in Old For aale by all dealers. sing Lanham. Miss 117,800 votes hi friends in Omnhn, Neb. Later Cali- attorney, wilj oppose Col. John R. Al- Kentucky. Really it would have bcun a one to find out how many vote nnd 10 years Waynesburg, No. 3. J. H. Boone, join hgr parents in 5 yors . . SSI.200 votes Johnston will subscriptions nnyiino has for no ono Still Selling Headache Powders. len, for the office of Common-wveulth- 's credit to caterers who had spent,their A. R. Dugan, C. B. McGuffcy, J. N. fornia mnnn-gy- r. 6 yenrs .' 54,00 votes sition. and take in the Panama Expoknows not evwi "the contest Dr. .1. W. Attorney of Fayette, which lives in the work. of the New Stan- Green, D. R. Adams, John Baugh, W. I yearn 42.800 votes No record is kept of the number yenrs. The hall was beautifully decorated ford Drug Co., tolls the I. J. that he G, Acton, W. T. Mullins. Pope & Robinson will export from the latter bus held for 3 years 31,'JpO votes Issued. Wo simof viwtes and to whom Washington R. Cook, nn aged citi- with flowers, evergreens and the liko. fiMcd orders for his splendd hoadache Ijincn.stcr the middle of this 19,(100 vateti ply keep the name und address of the ' your Incandcscents, powders during the last week from Mrs. Harris Passes Into The Beyond. weuk a consignment of hoirs consist- - zen of the Rock Lick section of Pulns-k- i Besides the brilliant 1 year 9,200 votes fing ho length of the subaubscriber and t county, is duad. At 10:3o Monday morning Mrs. there wero myriads of caudles to"leml Rochester. N. Y and Ardmore, South of 70 h'aad of an average weight Old Subscriptrons. tho contest mannger scription. After Warnings to look out for bombs further brilliancy to the hoppy oc- Dakota. He also filled many from Amanda Harris, relict of J. T. Harris, 250 pounds that they have bought saiV.es his final count thu ballot box 10 years 35.800 vote. of from the various farmers of that sec- concealed in their holds were flashed casion. There ww fye tables and it points 'In Kentucky. Bryant's Head- one of the oldest women in tho coun'Jli.OOO votes will not be open until the judges nre 8 ye.irs tion ut an nverngo price of seven Sunday night from Arlington to the seemed thnt Mrs. Haysiind MrsHunn ache Powders are good sellers because ty, passed from life unto death, aged lTi.tiOO votes ready, after the context closed, to f. yaarti cents pur pound; the porkers will steamships Howth Head and had studied to make each the.prettiest thoy cure headache nnd nre not hurt- 84. Her illness lasted less than n week J years 11,200 votes go to the Cincinnati Live Stock Ynrds. British Napier, which make tho count and decido the winand uraemic poison was tho cause of Bnran sailed from New and they came very near succeedlncr.-- ful. 8,100 votes ners. It enn readilv be seoti that no 3 yea rs Following are thoee her demise. Mrs. Harris, who was a As this letter s being written to the OrIinii3 July 9 with mules for,tho alwerepres-( 2 years person is In a position to furnish any5,000 votes I. J. Mrs. Sarah McCormack, a much lied army. A letter, sigued Pearce, re- ent nnd who for yenrs to come wll Preparing to Build Work House Miss Nunnelrey, a sister of Mr. L. B. 1,000 votes beloved woman of the community, is one with tips which would give liny 1 year Work of cleaning off the lot y, Nunnclley, and the lata P. P. DeOrleans, the look back on the first nlumni banquet' poraon nn iidvantago ovor tie other For the Friday's issue, contestants LdanKcrously ill at her home on Dan- - ceived in Newcarry out declaredwprk as one of the biggest, best and mast pot street, bought by tho fiscal on came to this county from court writer would Holt's cindidates. The wstirc aim of the may poll as mnny votes as they Vile street. Mrs. McCormack nnd nnjl kill .1. P. Morgnti and Sir Cecil thoroughly cnjoynble affairs Stanfordi of tho county preparing to build a Clark county In 1878 nnd had been u management of tho Interior Journal please. The content manager makes daughters, were formery of Paint Spring-Ricand advised those having has had in years: Prof. J. w. Ireland work house and warehouse, was be- resident of Stanford since. She d anil t he contest department is to his Inst count far tho Friday's paper Lick, but since moving to town she hn friends on the ship to watch for ra ifnd Mrs. Shelton M. Saufley, Mr. nnd gun Saturday. The building will be married in 18 and her husband pretho interests of nil candidates nnd the bnlnnce of the votes will then Mrs. E. C. WaltoTi, Mr. Joseph Hill 107x90, ono story in height nnd will ceded her to the grave somo te or endeared herself alike to all neighbors pports from those vessels. no th.it there will he abvolutely no be count ad by the judges. and Miss Mary Elisabeth McKinney, not be as unsightly as many had fear- twelve years. Deceased was a devout and friends. Her son. Mr. Joe McCor possibility of anythlirg but n square Mr. Coe Moser and Miss Lvlo Cooner. ed it would. J. R Powell got the con momber of tb.c Baptist church and atmack, of Hcndorronville, N. C, has Elect Officers After Big Meet. dc.il to all. It is the coivtetitants who O MUW "Mr. James Cooper and Miss' Lisa tract for the foundation. The other tended its services as long as her 1 AINU 1UUAI IHbl is3 the standing of O been tolegruphed for. Alex P. Humphrey, of Louisville, Holtzclaw, Mr. tho most nctivi efforts from put forth Following J. N. Menefe, Jr., jiml work has not been let yet. o health would permit. She was a chari-tnbl- e Mr. uuil Mrs. W. G. Anderson en- was unniamovHly elecVe4 president of now until the closo that will have the woman and the poor were the of the contestants up to Tue- - o tertained ut a hamifume reception at the Sfcute Bar Association at the con- Miss Emma Bays, Mr. Frnncis chance. best and Miss Elizabeth Higgins, Notice To The Public. day, July 13, liUfi. Pin o their home in the west Iioncnster sub- clusion of its annual mot4inir at beneficiaries of her tender heart. Closes Saturday July 17th at 9 P. M. o On nocount of Hie high water, etc., They nnd nil who knew the good womvotes together or place in en- - o urb, tho auspicious occasion being the fFrnnkfort nnd W. W. Crawford, of Mr. Hubert Carpenter and Miss Emly The Interior Journal's Big Travel Gaithcr, Mr. Igo Perry and Miss ''Maty the woiking of tho rest of the roadsMf an will miss her 'and are grieved that depositing in trensurer. Burch, Mr. Thos. Phillips awl Miss the nnd Tour Contest which has been the a velope before VatOH muy bo o celebration oftheir v.st marriage 8 an- - Louisville, wns o jiiivcrsary. The hours were from to Secretary R. A. McDowell, of Louis-villfount' iind ire filing f claims forjsho is no more talk of this section rur many weeks o tho ballot box.. MvRoburts, Mr. Lester same has been extended to bept. 1st. Arsne Davis or The remains were taken to the "whs nut on tho executive compast, will come to a rose promptly at o clipped from the paper old they o 10 P. M. The spadiou.s apartments deuorated, the mittee; J. W. Conner, of LosiisviMe, he O'Bannon and Miss Lottie Carson, Mr. It must be remembered that not more home of her nephew, Mr. A. T. 9 o'clock Saturday nlglt, July 17th. o are given free ou both,fsk and o were appropriately for o well uppointed luncheon mast. appe- iru: elected secretary to succeed him. Spalding Hill and Miss Mary Early," ahan six days will be nllowed for plowand the funeral services are Subscriptions will bo nccepted from o new .subscriptions. Carter and Miss Verna ing nnd hauling on cr.ch road. G. B. being held by her fonncr pastor, Dr. sub- - o tizing nnd the hinge assemblage Vice plected nrv R. T. Da. Mr. Robert Robert Corfcy the. contestants und their friends who o vote.s whn paying your 50-- 2 and Mrs. Cooper, county cleik. o gathered in the hospitable old home Vis. Hickman! W. F. Browder, Rus- - Rout, Mr. M. D. Early, after which the remains o scriptibns. pic inside thu Interior Journal offh-will be laid to rest by the side of o most expressive in their wishes that Kellvillc; Attorney General James Gar-uct- t, Lsicy Miller Biirtjey. Mr. Bryan Perth'it hour but none will bo allowed to o kins nnd Miss Claudia Eaton, Mr. A. NOTICE. those of her husband in Buffalo the aged couple wouUl live to celeAlex G. Barrett, Louisville; J, J. C Coffey and Miss Mnud Stone, Mr. enter thereafter to turn In auhscrip-tionThe subscribers of the Hustonville Springs cemetery. brate many happy returns of their O'Brien, Paris, M l Swlnford, So make Hire that you aru on ihos. might and Miss Elizabeth Ma Telephono Co., are requested to meet MoreUad, Ky. Since the death of Iter husband, Mr. marital day. Mr. Wm. G. Anderson time for If you nrrive after that time, and S. S. Willis, Ashland. Tho theny, Mr. Harry Reinhart and Mis Uustonvillo Saturday, July 17th nt 11,525 will reach the 88th milestonu next your votes and nuhscription will bo of Miss Lydia Weddle executive committee Is: T. W. Thomas Tllen Hallou, Mr. Clinton Coleman at o'clock P. M., to consider whether Nunnelley her nephew, hns looked af3 Miss Anna S. Reynolds 374,950 November, his .wife is 81, whllo his, Bowlini' Green: R. A. McDowell, ter her nnd no son could have done no uvaH. und Miss Nellie Wilson Hill. Dr. J. II. or not they nre wiling to stand the in- more for n mother than he has for 108,975 two nrothers, Mr. I nomas Anderson, Loui.svHle; TV. Send bnck reserve vote so they Miss Olga Myeis P. Sandigde. Owens- - Wheeler and Miss Gertrude Wilkin creased 11,225 of this city und Mr. John Anderson, of rate recently imposed. A Sub- her. She showed her appreciation of will be s a re to reach the Interior Jour- Miss Prudoijce Fcrroll . D. Cochrnn. C. t. McKinney, Ky. Lexington in attendance nre respec-tivel- y horo; Lexington, Eli Mnysville; R.Jr., son. Mr. Woolfork Glvefia and Miss scriber. him by an unstinted love, not unlike nal before Saturday night, July 17th. II, Brown, Stnll. Katie Lynn Wood, Mr. T. K. Tudor 70,(525 Cocklsg 8fi and 77, the trio of brothers that of a mother. The devotion beIf you send them in nfter Thursday Miss Ruth Tanner frankfort. and Miss Joseptaino Carpenter, Mrs. S. Hocker bought yesterday of tween the two was pretty indeed nnd Mi ?H Ruth 58,225 all natives of Garrard, indicating J. niglvt, July 15th. they will he depositW. II. Shanks nnd Miss Mary Moore Green Gooch five yearling steers of n commendabh to all. Mary Lois Gnnn 17,875 more than the usual strength and viged in the ballot box to your credit and Miss Cured of Indigestion. Ranoy, Miss Margaret Wan en and good grade at $33 and of Coulter & Crab Orchard, Ky. or possessed bj, those who go beyond will only be countd by tho fudges afMrs, Snllie P. Clnwson, Indiana, Misa Jennie' Warren, Sir. Bryan Brad-sha- Coulivr. of Casey, wven better ones 2 Miss Jalin Brown 120,325 the Biblical span of three scoro years Tess of n'Urberville" will thrill aa ter tho content closes. Ily reserve Miss Marv Gainus nnd Mi3s Ettn Mueller, Mr. Sam nt $37.50. 101,875 and ten, the eldest Mr. AniTerson still Pa., was bothered with indigestion. long as human cmotioncontrols us. voto.s we mean the vote ballots which 2 12,700 enoying his daily horse back rldes.he "My stomach pained me night and Embry and Miss LHIIau Mueller. Mr. Miss Ella .Rlgsby, have ben Issued on your sqbscriptlons Hustonvllle, Ky. having been an inveterate equestrian day," sho writes. "I would feel bloat- Newell Fox and MUs May EHen nnd mailed back to you. Seal in enveled anil have headache and belching HoUzclaw, Misses Maggie and Kittio 131,925 since early youth. opes before sending in or better still. .Miss Robertu ltlaln .. . after eating. I nlo suffered fiom con- Jones, Mr. Wilihm Grimes and Miss 25i;,15() Allen come to Stanford on tho closing day Miss THE INTERIOR JOURNAL'S Will Get BI Vote In Anderson. stipation. My daughter had used Million Grimes, Mr. William Carson 287,925 This Ballot and put them in the ballot box your- Mis J Christine Editor W. P. Wnlron, of the Chamberlain's Tablets and they did nnd Miss Lettio Walker McKinney, Kings. Mountain, Ky self. L(cington, candidate' for her so much good that she gave mo a .Mr. J. T. Wilknson, Mr. Ilurvey Must Ba TRAVEL TOUR AND PRIZE CONT EST MiriH Grace Thompson 113,925 However, ns long as your reserve the nomination for Secretary of State, few doses of them and InsNted upon Mr. J, A. Cm son, Mr. and Mrs. Stanford, Ky. Voted on or votes reach us boPon. 0 o'clock tho spoilt secral hours in Mils city today my trying them. They helped mo as Hairy Carter, Mr. an. I Mrs Moir'fon 171,975 closing night of tho contest, they will Mrs. Walter Jones received much encnurugment nothing 0U0 has done." For sale by 1. right, Mr. Sir.gleton and Mr. Before 17 1,976 and ho on timo to be counted bv tho Miss Ewi Rankin county Howard Mr. I'hos. Colo-171,976 from Anderson voto in voters. He will all dcalors. Mrs. Lucy Miller Hartley July 15th. to poll t judgos. It is not advisable the county. sot a handsome n and Misa Ma'...y (J l lines, M- - Loy. many votes for next Issuo as that will Miss I'alk'iice Cnlmesc . . 171,026 Lawrciueburg Cor, Lexington Herald. CnH of Thanks co Hunn and .Misa Josephine Brady, 3 your reserve vote weaker and at Mi Keltic Peek, R--R- . .. . 110,850 make Wo winh to thank all who weio bo Mr. Clyde Curtis and Miss Willie 219,426 Brodhead, Ky. tho same timo will got your competi- Miss Fannie Scott, R-3 13,250 Miss Ada Ward Miss Osa Fiiimer, 111.125 kind and thoughtful to us during our Mooru. ...DISTRICT No., FOR tor an Iden of your strength. . 260,700 recoil t bereavomant. Mr, li. It. Din. Wayncsburg, Ky. Mias Etta Cablo Attention Contestants 6(-- lt Batter Titan Life Insurance. widdle und family. 91,260 Danville, Ky. If there t any mistake in the count Miss Cora Singleton Address Twontv-fiv- u bavoated in 30,400 Miss Ktuabvth Dyu 474,975 of any contestant's vote up to tho Miss Sosbia Muucio Headache and Nervousneji CnrasL Icf-- . r el .nr.l ciluiu'i Cnllc Ch dera Joy Taylor . 1U.9T6 01,885 . . pioaeut date. It must be called to tho Miss 5Iary Warrinor KThis Coupon, when neatly cut out and brought or mailed to . ant'ti.-;.'' D! IUBiaj(li will enable .474,976 "ClwmLei Iain's Tablets ... . . MI Ethul Dell Schadul 1J1 attention of tho contest nimutgor be- Miss Mabel Wright, ihe Contest Department of the Interior Journal, will count for tho i ' in' mnJty from any i '' all the prtsitc I cun :.'iv Mt. Salem, Ky. Junction Clt, Ky. Thursday night. Othorwiso fore person whose name is written thereon. i.n is rMUltiiig from the studding published today, must bo Ml Nunnlo McKinney ... .103,22(1 Miaa Gertrude Riclmrdwii . . .205.050 writes Mrs. lUcliar Olr' f ,u i. ,.' navrrhoaa during "" N. Y. Thoy Shelby City, Ky DISTRICT NO.-" Contestant should din and save the coupons and yet tbclr talton ng correct Look over your I tfcut not better n! Mlas Bmily Murphy 249,975 mho Hililiierym ne Lancaster, Ky, votQR tolwy nnd sea that they nre corfriends to do likewise. (Not gaod after the datoabove nieulteiiod.) .i 1,1 ,u . Bty it now. It to my noimal he.dth." Liberty, Ky. rect. If not, wrlto tho contest manager Miss Floioncu Dawes . .......JW7.2Q0 e Mo I mi "lo by all dealers. 73,725 ilwlers. ut once. ContoatunU will now bo al Miss Stella Comely .......... ..339,irl0 Miss Maggie Ilrown BIG TRAVEL TOUR AND PRIZE LANCASTER LORE. Happenings In and Around Lancaster'. Hustling Capital. THE ALUMNI BANQUET Oc- COUNTY COURT DAY CONTEST CLOSES SATURDAY NIGHT AT NINE O'CLOCK. Hus-tonvH- Ie c. l ls toast-maste- ' I IM n rfm is I chH-dre- n. t.i.l.. y, quc-slo- .;. ri,nii el io! K 1f I a I .. ft 1 ,, J h M 4 1 C c et ,. I? e ' .... pre-nar- well-know- 20-o- K :oi rf w-.- j f Nun-uclle- safe-gu-rr- e, ouooooooooooooooooo St Wea-thcrfo- e, V'l .1 Nun-nellc- y, s. ouooooooooooooooooo Cvn-tlimn- a, ; 5fi-2- R-- w R-- iir n, n, New-land- , Good for 25 Votes -l if -l . n:t r 1 2 ha . i i . u.. sjwmnTSKat-- r . WBWMMWfM1fcM1fciaB ... xgHrW fHiVnnRHHrwF THimWiy'ffTwTHwTffiTTwr,,flriMWIfffc;TTiViiw'y-7::.. .. J(. v' wsmwxi nSBBBBBBSAaSSBBL A "VV 5', ,' tp.WBswcF W" . . . 'Jft E t - 'TW"W "W IIPWJS (" fMT."Wt "" 'fti"i fry vt ywyf y,,fcw"''i r Vmt ' v ' J "T-- W" . " r -- Sspf- ., hv - - - IU la.'ftBK v avwr H r The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, July j 4O a, . jELEV AIaisaaaaaaaM JbbB4bbbbbbHi fl8AfthiiriaiESHRBS vl aaar.ijBii.R MRS. FISKE in "Tess of the D'Urberville's" Thursday is without a doubt the highest class picture ever shown in Stanford i,B . r T . . .. v T li.u.h. - . i . vr"i,''w , Bn 1 var - PaaBaaMeA.Baaaaaaaaaaaa1BBaaBaaaBaaaaaaaaaaBiaaaBaaBBaaaaaaaaaeBBaaaai . -i rTiasasasasasasasasasasasaB u ll-- LBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB - - 13, 1915 TUrS is the largest ad- - vorliscmcnl ever used by the Opera House for any feature picture-eviden- tly it must be an unusually good attraction and worth seeing. PLAN NOW TO COME Notice To The Public. The umlercifrncd committco of tho LltKvoln Fiscal Court, will reccite Fealcd bids for the buildtiiR (c.xclunivo of the foundation, which has been let) of n warehouse for mnchincry, and n work house, under the samo root, on Ihe lot bcloni;inK to the county on Ftrcet, in Stanford. The plans and fpecificalioni arc now on file in the office of the County Attorney. Pirrt. Hids for the buildinc com plete, from the foundation up will be rcctivcil. (Tho construction of the foundation has been let. and is now under way.) The contractor to furnish nil mnterial and labor. Second. Hids for all framing. doors, windows snh. window fmmes. sliding doois, and all other coon. hardware, and all lumber to bo ured in the building will he rucoiwvl, samo in lie lain down on me ground on or before Auptist 1st. Third. Hids to furnish iron roof ing, and iron siding, as per quality ot 10 Cents and 15 Cents Honor Roll Bank. OUR AIMS. The constant aims of the officers and employes of this bank are: To!premote the interests of customers just as they endeavar to promote those of the bank. To do all they can to make the dealings of depositors agreeable and profitable to them. To confribute to their enterprises the conforesight and timely servative counsel which strong a bank can properly bestow. The Interior Journal ft WALTON I 11.00 A BAt'Ft.KY. Mlt(T and Micum THK tlaii BTBlUTI.Y IN ADVANCE Knlirtd at tht pje.f mafl at klanfard al trrenil mntttt POLITICAL ANMUfiCKUUNTS The Interior .tmrnst in aulhArluJ lo an nninr tw Intlawinif tandiiUtrii l.f nfltc. tub jttt-tDrawcratta prlnurj, AK 71b, 1013 Far tircwif Jvilfr IIAKUIV, of Mrmr Cousty. 0 lilAS i." VOX. ol Il)l.i Uountj Oo)iiijnurnl' i AHamti f.r K. ULKYPAll. i Duj'e Pnnntr J H OWHI.hl, Jr. of Lincoln Count-tar I'flWrMf? Cammittianrr M Specif L ow P rices following lines. $6.00 V J K NKWVA.N, For Clritil llirk IHH'vt? I kl.MII, orPirrIK t'ninll of Nrlsmi Count. XlH81IALL YT.IUK C lor W I IltvttntnUttrt in Ii)ltlaturf (1 HOOCH NKftl.sND To repay their confidence in us by confidence in them. LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL! BANK Stanford, Ky "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE" Capital. $100,000; Surplus $100,100. Resources $520;000.00. W. H. Shanks, Pres. J. B. Paxton, W. M. Bright, Cashier. J. VV. Rochester, Asst. Cashier. Vice-Pres. Reduced: Prices. WE ARE GOING TO SELL ALL OUR SUMMER GOODS NOW AT COST All Oxfords, Clothing and Straw Hats must go at a great sacrifice as we are overstocked, and will give you good seasonable goods at your own price. ROBINSON'S, :::::: the President drinking, llobson didn't My so in just those words, uvt no said so ty, reference befe're a rcceiil meeting of League. H left n n the 'false impression with many who prob-ablare not acquainted with the President's abstemious habits. Of course Mr. lUbsen can't fnjiH-- the President fjnt if ho nMeni!a tbeuraniis, or or even a few in regard to n matter of thrs kind he U nn cuilty of a moral'wronR as tfce those who are engaged in tie Kquar tmffic. It in not talc eharced'toOIr. Hobson that he maliciously took this llhg at the tl'resiuenc because of Mr. Wilsons option views: vet it is not aUocth- i'cr itiDrobablcthj(tv all this afforded T im!i 11" ii fis ii.- - n iiuiiciii. t icuniiKiun iie iiuii f Fome that all who prof cm belief in the principle of local option arc ad vocates and Msers ol liquor mcvitn myi so; yet both Mr. Taft and Mr. WiJbon arc disciples of that belief. and neither drinks and neither can be accused of herding with the saloon people. . The political "prophet"? of the LoiuKvIHe Times, who has the uninue procord of never havfng picked a win ner 1:1 a ui buue nice wujiiu u uvcnuv or f.o, is now printing the utterly fale statemeat that the MoChcsne leaders "know they are beaten" nnd other such rot. On the contrary, the McChcsncy leaders, were never more confident of bis success on Aug. 7 The very finest reports from all over Kentucky are coming into his headquarters. Everywhere he speaks he is being welcomed by enthusiastic crowds. The people of Kentucky are beginning to realize with full force the character of this fight. They are commencing to understand that it is a battle of the whiky and beer barrel ngainst their homes and their children, and when they reach a complete understanding of this, the result will never be in doubt. McChcsney looks a winner all over, nnd is winning everywhere. Go and hear him when he speaks in Stanford Wednesday nicht. July 21st and see what you think about him, Mr. Voter. R. P. Hohson wants fctop to specific. Anti-SaIo- y Fourth. ber. hun-llrc(- al Jr - building. The committee wiH rewire Uds under ench af Hie above heads. Hids will be leccivcd until 112 o'clock noon, July li'l, 19K. The micceimful bidder will be required to execute a bond with rood security for the toithfl performance of his contract. The committee reserves the right lo rejf ct un,y and all bids. The contractor will be expected to begin work August 1st, and same to Lhf connletcd within a reasonable RUT to be agreed unin by me commit tee nnd the contractor. W. M. Fields. J. L. McKec Riffe, W. S. Burch. FARM FOR SALE. For the purpose of dividing the o W. G. Routt deceased, we of fer for sale priately the farm of 80 acres. This farm has on it n good u seven room- -, .wo poien-e- s nnd cellar, cistern at door in good repair. Residence has just been paint-c- i nnd in good repair. Good frame barn, 50x40 feet in first first class condition. On the place arc hen house, meat house, buggy house, tool house and other outbuildings. The farm is splendidly watered with creek and n ncver-faili- g spring. me land is in a high state of cultivation. Forty acres are in grass and the rest is being It is located one-hamile West of Pe ton's Well, two miles East of Moreland nnd mile from pike at Sam Helm's. It aeljoins the lands of Sam Helm, R. C. Nunnelley. George Gaddis and H. F. Martin and is a most desirable place. W. I Routt offers for sale 20 nrrns nf lon.i adjoining this property. This land is 01 tne or'B,nal trnct, Ijing on 1VP the East side and is unimproved, but is in a good state nf rultivntinn r further particulars call on J. R. Routt. w. u. Koutt, or George H. Routt. Moreland. Kv. Thp Intfor .,.., i. found on the premises. o d. lf Bids for all framing lum( Finlh. Hids for all material to be used in the building to be laid down on the ground. Sixth. nids for all carpen:r work, and for all work to be done on tho 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 t make it especially attractive to you and your interest to BUY NOW, we are making very low prices on the MEN'S LOW SHOES NBTTLETON'S, at. WALK-OVER'WALK-OVER'WALK-OVER'- ::::;::: ;;;j; PANAMAS, at at $4.00 at $3.50 WALK.OVER'S, at $5.00 $4.50 $2.50 WHITE SHOES, at $1.50 WHITE SHOES, at - Stover STRAW HATS I , several different saylei, ra.de of beautiful fine white material, worth $5.00 to JG.0O anywhere, al I lie special Price of J3.50 $3.50 and $3.00 YACHTS and SOFT STRAWS at $2.00 $2.50 STRAWS. .1 $1.50 $1.50 and $2.00 GRADE, at $1.00 $1.00 QUALITIES, at $ .75 MEN'S and BOYS' 25c and 50c WORK HATS, at 15c and 35c WOMEN'S LOW SHOES $5.00 WALK-OVEbronxe, at $3.50 WALK-OVEwith plain and light colored toys, at $3.50 GRADE, at $3.00 QUALITY, at . . $2.50 QUALITY, at $2.00 QUALITY, at $1.50 QUALITY, at $3.50 $2.75 $2.50 $2.00 $1.75 $1.50 tBSBfJm $1.00 STANFORD.. socco. (Water Glass.) Eggs laid away fresh during the season when they are cheap will be in perfectly god condition during the Winter months when treated with Soc co or water glass. Easy to use and inexpensive. 10c a can. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, THE REXALL STORE STANFORD, KY, ROUT & MARTIN, Concrete Engineers, STANFORD, KY. A vote for Col. W. P. Walton, of Lexington, for Secretary of State will be a partial reward for a lifetime spent in work for democracy. Col. Walton has fought the battles of bis party for forty years and has never before even Intimated that he wanted office. Gratify his desire on August 7th, and at the same time vote Middlrbure Defeats HuitonTllle. for a man you know will fill the office The Middlcbun: ball team played in creditably both to himself and the parluriii mm Saturday at Huston ty of parties. ville antl cakily defeated them by a G Mr. Lynn to Be Master Committionrr score of to 3. Young Godbev, captain of the Herea team, is developing Jesse C. Lynn, one of the best into one of the best pitchers in democrats of Lincoln county, will be part of the country, Hustonville this only Mr. C. C. Fox's master commissioner securing two hits off of hit. ,i.i...,,.. in the event of his nomination nnd I.MP to the eighth, when an error by election, lie will issue a card to the ...c winwr mm mree voters of this and Hie other counties Hustonvflle three scores. nits allowed of the di)tiict in our Friday's issue tjKBtened up and it was Godbev then all ofT with Be sure and rend it. the Lincoln county boys. Milton of the South Huttonville Play A Succeii. League umnired the irnmr. t Atlantic m, The opening curtain of the farce isfaction of all concerned. "A Fan." entitled "The Old Maids' CoBfcrence" given at tho Hustonville Opcm House MARRIAGES. J riday evening, July 0th, was greeted Charles Wallin, aged 4.1, and by a larye and appreciative audience. Mnttie RrooVs. n comelv u.itnu Mrs r From beginning to end this entertain 30, both of the East End. were made ment was full of good hearty laughf one at Crab Orchard on the 12th. laughs that made the laugher feel 10 Ollie Wren, aged ID. secured license years younger. The little farce was eitcrday to wed Miss Mnry Hubunique and full of comical situations, bard, aged 17, on the 14th. Roth are and eveiy one of tho 18 Gd Maids from tho East End. Role was splendidly given, but space forbids mentioning each in detail. The R. L. Johnson Sells Tarm. natuie of t he play, however, nelil out R.L. Johnson, stjles most conspicuoufaly the characters of farm broker, soldwho Rcrt himself n to the hostess at the Sewing Society, ad- fnim belonging to Rev. Rallou. the Stanfield, mirably acted by Mrs. Stanley Steph- near Science Hill. county, and enson, and tho?e of the president and to C'evo lkillou thePulaski belonging to secretary at the conference extreme- ynrchall Dungan, farm near Norwood, ly by Mrs. James same county. Depp and Mis. Will Riffe, respectivel- McRoberts & Bailey MAIN STREET STANFORD, KENTUCKY Miss LnVerne Nevius, of Iancas-ter, has returned home after n visit to her grandmother, Mrs. Mattie ii Go To $100 Reward, $100 The rradrrg ct ttoli pMT will t rlMwd tt that tbrre is at JVt one dreaded illrra baa bnn a bit to rur la all Its that Mapc, and that la Catarrb. Hall (atarrb Cure U tie onlj itfMttlvr rurr rw known to ibf md frtleroltr Catarrh Ultir a contltntkiruil dlravt, rmtilrra ronttItullxal tnatiorot 1!mI Catarrb Cure !a takrn Internal.? artlnr Ulrrctlr upon tb tlovtl and mucmia Mirfarra ot tip t'wiUiU n the ijttrin, tbcrbr Farris' For Your Krn Klt-nc- tt IT tbr dlafaae, and rWlor the patient ttrrnjrtn bulldlnjr up the conttltutlnn and aaxkttiijr. naIn dolnjr It work. The proprUtora have Hi much faith In Ita curat. ?w puwrrn that they offer One Hundred iJollam for any raae that It falls to cure. Nxd for Hat of tefftliMinlal. V. J. CIIENLY & CO. Toledo. O. AUdre (SoM by all DrucfUtf, 75c Take Ilill'a Ft mil lHta for conatlpattofi. ture Garden Tools and Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right. If you want value for your money we have Placed on the bargain counter a lot of Oxfords, in mens, ladies and childrens. Look them over the next time you come in. : VV Here's What You Want The People's Use What Market Place Adver-YoHave to Sell u CAR-LOA- just received. FOR SALK. of sewer V. 11. nine, higgins. etc. It Morgan lleazley, Stanfotd. Good shorthorn bull. y- Estimates on AH Classes of Work. Block Work A Specialty. CRUSHED STONE For Sale At All Times. Wall Paper, Mattings, Druggets. Our Line Is given by IK of Hustim-ville- 's young men. Some ofthe chief l c and most hits of the evening were the "Gruird hcxette and One Over by scon of the "Sisters." the solo called "Grand. ma'a Advice" by Mrs. Crit Riffe and tho "darkle song" by Mr King Car penter. Ihe whole show wns a suc cess in every way and Miss Angle Car- neuter, the chief promoter and coach of the entertainment, nssistod by Mrs. W. M. .Myers, should feel proud of the result ot their erforts and every one in the play fcheuld feel that he or he i performed very well indeed his or her jpnrt in the mctiy little farue. mui-ivamirth-nrca'uctiv- Tho "Mineis" of Chappeyville, SOME TENHESSEE FOLKS WANTED to buy a good driving horbo and a good second hand bugg. (iranville Lutes. Gli-'J- t. E. PERKINS Kentucky I TELL HOW THEY WON FOR SALE Auto in fine running order. Wll demonsttntc. In use every tlay. Address Uox UOU. G2-4- L Crab Orchard Very Complete. four acres of the finest tobacco he ever raittd. "It will do to top the latter part of the week and I am expecting wmu of the finest tobaito ever iuiieJ in old Lincoln," he said to an I. J. reprejonUtiM) while here court day. Washout Stops K. C. The K. C. Haiti, due to umve hero at 'Ji06 in the evening, was annulled yobtorday on uocounl of washouts at Oibert's ercek and Paint Lick. This morning's lOsSG train wont thiough all riant, however. Good Tobacco. James A. Stiinger, who rents the Lytle furm, owned by McCarty, Hugh-c- h & Logan, tells the I. J, that, he has PENCE ,r" . HILL, Stanford. Sick people want to bo well In a FOR SALE. Second had Max- hurry. A great many, perhaps most all, well runabout. Uurgain if sold at once. 64-t- f 'Al. S. Haughmnn, Stanford. illnesses have their beginning In of tho stomach and digesA second-hanWANTED. tive tract. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy starts In rondnter, equippid with electric at tho first doso to put stomach suf- starter, ttc. H. C. Cuipcnter. f I. here .e.J if .ver w. rid. In . .ll4o of our ferers on the way to health. The first ow( ,nd doso proves It. FOR SALE. Lightning hav bailer. tain our commercial standing and U,.p ,. Is taken with success everywhere. in good shape, and will go cheap It whte, f commer. moy. if Here are tho words of two Tcnncssco wold at once. M. F. Lawrence, StanIng, our friends will have to glveus a "push." people who have taken It: t. ford, R. F. I). No. D. MISS CORA FISHER, 805 Saxon Your account amounting ,o $ ,. now p. avenuo, Memphis "Havo taken your FOR SALE. Twelve-hors- e power anJ medicine and It worked like a charm-- has Fairbanks, Morte gubollno engine. you mail your check for this amount w. removed quite a number of gall Good ns new.A. W. Carpenter, More-lanwill promise ,o mall It , ,. stones. It docs Just as you said It Ky. other fellow and keep ,b. commercial wheel. CC2t. ,, would." r roov8, rU. ,n MRS. W J. WARD, Sparta. Tcnn. be happy. Try it please, and take a ride with us. FURNITURE FOR SALE. I will "I can honestly recommend your remedy to all sufferers from constipation at my roMdenco in Crai; Orehaid on Indigestion Satuidny afternoon, July 21, sell my and stomach troubles. -seems a thing of the past with me." household and Mtthku furni'Uje 1 Mayr'B Wonderful Remedy gives per Mis. W. P. Wiilker. manent results for stomach, liver and Family harness mare. FOR SALE Intestinal ailments. Lat as much and whatever you like. No moro dlstiess hnrnobs ami Mddlo hainebs; une harNOTICE. Five per cent penalty after eating, pressnre of gat In the ness and saddle iiouy; one harness A. S. PRICE DENTIST stomach and around tho heart. Octouo pony; are kind and gentlo; not afraid added to school tax on Aug. 4, 1016. bottle of your druggist now and try It of trains mid uutomobilos; will trade L. R. Hughes, Hours, E to 4 o'clock Treat. Room 20, over on un absoluto guarantee If not satis- for cattle, sheep or cnih. Lock Uox 54-- 3 Lincoln Nutlomil Rank.' 62. td. Office Over Shugar's Drug Sto 101. factory money will bo returned. d PAY DAY 5G-k- .d 5C-3- ,,. d, .., CO-2- W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, July E 13, 1915 3 10c and 15c .Saw-vsS- Opera House "TESS of the MRS. FISKE D'URBERVILLES" Thursday Night, July 15th America's Most Distinguished Artiste In Her Foremost Success A Soulful Portrayal of a Woman's Sorrow in Motion Pictures Produced by the Famous Players Film Co. Mr. and Mrn. I. W. Fish, of Crab AOrchard, were here ycnterdny. Mtf. J. Will (Jrlder, of Bristol, Vn is the guest of Miss Cora Nuiinclley. George W. Tompklnu, of Lexing- Daniel Prohman Presents WMESFM T'fl BGa?g'!!ir.a''ygua.'..?irjau.T.,.rjJ. D'wiwuwtMuuinnaflaBBw ? '- $0lterMWi& Ti vift4 STATEMENT OF THE First National Bank Stanford, Kentucky At Cloie of Butlnr.s June 30, 1915 CAPITAL SURPLUS EARNED Loan., Stock Bonds , $50,000.00 $28,500.00 $I8G,793.H8 RESOURCES and 50,000.00 10,011.28 17,405.45 Unitrd Stntrt Bonds Hanking lluuir and ntlier Real Estalr Due.frum UanU Ca.li 9,482.85 T.tal Capital . LIABILITIES ... . $274,293.40 $ Fund In I'ay Taxei Circulation .. .. Depo.lt. Hill. Payable Total per Tht bmilc Siirplut'Earnrd 50,000.00 28,500.00 50,000.00 138,497.82 6,000.00 274,293.4G 1,295.04 . .. ton, traveling representative of the Courier-Journa- l, spent it few dnys wRh hiK pisterj; MY, Elizabeth Gooch nml niece, Mis Mnry Wnldon (Jooch. Mrs. Lounnnn lloldnm, who has been at, Muskogee, Okln., for several month with her Fistcr, Mrs. W". M. MorrK hns returned to Craldtlrrhnrd and is the guest of K. II. Hrnnaugh and family. Mrs. W. 0. Foster Is on her wny fronY Atlanta to visit, her father, Mr. J. S. Hockcr She will stop nt Mi'ddles- bo.ro to pend n few days with her iter, Mrs r. J. Frnneis nnd will lut of the week. Mi. KHen ScoH left Tuesday ? morniiur to lie irone for Kt'Veml dnVK visiting frg'cnd.s and relntivis in ("in- rinnnti, Covington nnd Pari. MUs Mnry lloonc nccompuaicd her nnd will visit, in Cincinnati nnd CoTtnjfton. Editor J. K. Robinson nnd It. L. Elkin, of the Central Record, were here yesterdny in the interott of thoir good paper. Mr. Iluhinxnn. who in an nrdent nupporter of A. O. Stanley for governor, saya his county will give n majority for hw man. McCHESNEY TO SPEAK IN STANFORD WEDNESDAY 21tt Dry Candidate For Governor To Tour Thin Section riegintMivg At Somerset the 19th. Lay-t- o for a spell and swing on this: via a pipe or You'll start an a makin's cigarette quick as a flash, as soon as you realize it's a live bet to let your good old-pal-party .. :'.; J iJJ'W-: A.-V'' .:: -;- 4P-- 0 WiiSaseS&L& .?i?-- a.fXaWSSfc, Tfctff - -- ,. : " x, swsaa.ffi3iKS 7'lss;7-- f'ytVJB 3K'dBaH W5 ' i7AfM"iKK'f;' I mwm:i 'rw . r '"'SI ' I I .JP-'-'- 1 VHP f I j money rub up against some Prince Albert tobacco. Why, it's like beating back to the bushes for old4iome week, P. A.'s so friendly, chummy-iiTce. i j so You see, Prince Albert lets you hear the song of the joy'us jimmy pipe and the makin's cigarette all the day long! The patented process takes care of that and cuts out the bite and parch ! rrnt declared dividend. itR usiuil thteu Prince Albert the national joy smoke just hands you home-mad- e were you ever ptpe- nappy r JJid you ever hit a brand that just pushed pleasure against your' palate? The kind that sort of teaced your w.-oth- ' After t.pekig to large nudicnecs in the fur eastern nnd extreme wes- Ktatc the past two ' tern l. section t of.f--the ' .!. !. r! II dry nnmiNation questions like these: &38te -: V r V- - hnrd campaigning. . very ill of appendicitis. A great many people in this district Joe T. Kmhry, of the auditor's ofand little fice, Frankfort, spent Saturday nnd nave expressed a desire to hear daughter, Dorothy, have returned to Sunday spenk since their home nt Wincnster, after n j II. W.with the homefolks. Dink Wil- didate for governor he became a canon the platform Phillips, G. It. nnd ' vinit to E. M. Walk-- - mi! fnmily. prohibikinson nnd Dallas Rule, or Liberty, dcclarng that the state-wid- u of King's were here at court Mondayi Mrf. Fred Reynold, tion question should be submitted to a Mountain, returned to the State Nor- Mrs. Ar Williams, formerly .Miss voie oi inc people, iwr. .'Wtcitesney mal School at Itirhmond today. Her Itessie Ilniley, is eon fined to her home makes his attitude very clear in his llrown hrouirht her iln the West with chills and fever. speech. He discusses the tax question mother. Mr. J. T. here. Mrs. Mitchell Taylor, of Danville, nml every other question of impor- ' accompanied her husband to court Unco connected with the issue in a Mm. K. II. Metcnlf nnd children, of practical way, that can be Point Lick, Mis Mary D. Heck, of 'here yesterday and spent the day with clear-cuunderstood by even n child. A large MeKinncy, and Robert Smnllcy, of friends. Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Arnold, of Dan-- 1 crowd will undoubteuly be oi.t to hear St. Petersburg. Kin., nre the guests have Jour villc, are spending the week with her i him. Many greatest pronounced his of Mm. J. W. they have ever parents. Mr. and Jlrs. - S. Wghnm.lspeech the nal. nndpub-ha- v heard from a man m i nt The .? ?Sf o 'ret r'ned.S" a i L Wnl.ace. of Paint Lick. lie -life on the issues involved be 1.. yesterday with his tavn!ndnahollr.lnI.Thfc was in the city II. Higgins nnd Mrs. dio- are especially invited to ent. Jr.. has gone for n six weeks' relatives. Mr. W. visit in Sun Francisco. Sap Diego nnd ; Adelin Worn . Consideration of the Germnn reply n.,,-iii.- . Ilnrvev W kinson left yesterday ati.. r..i A.lcnratn i .. to the American note overshadowed "' I:ousAiI,e.t,M"ke,." Mm. .1. C. Reynoldsi and Miss tnc ousiness all else in the State Department. The 'course In one ot cy Dunn nre the gueMt.s of Mrs. Mtutioi vie described in official eges of the Falls City parents. Mr. md Mrs. F. nobs' Miss Emma Noe. .Mr. ntinrtcra as extremolv critical, with Il'o Smith, at Mnysville, where they will James Perrv. rand Miss tlcrta Jean relatious to Germany more strained Coopc upend ntveml weeks. On their re- Penny motored to Harrodsburg, Dan- than at any time in history. turn they wrll be accompanied home ville nrtd Imcnster Saturday. by little Miss Ilernirc Reynolds, who Mr. J. II. Hourn and several memhns been vilting her grand-parentbers of his family motored over from NEAR DEATH Garrard Sunday afternoon and were guefts of the family of W. K Warner BY SMOTHERING and fnmily. John I. VanArsdale. R. E. Godirard, Paul Gmldard. Jake Hrown, Thomas 'Cloyd. Alvin Taylor. Guff Hardin and I others, LIVE COULD of Harrodsburg, were over Bat Husband, With Aid of Cardui, yesterday boosting the cnuse of juuge C. A. Hardin for Effects Her Deliverance. family are back Restored to Health by Lydia Ginnville Lutes and more confident from Rrandon, Fin., E. Pinkham's Vegetable thnn ever that Lincoln county is t he Drnncr, C Mrs. Helen gtrden spot. They left nbout four this place, Nsays: "I sullcrcd Dalton, ol for years, Compound. months ago and got an elegant suf- wiin pains in my left side, and would and often almost smother to death. ficiency of tho "land of nins-liinUnionville, Mo. "1 sulTcml fcom n flowers" in that time. , RYsi.lItinc tit t rli fwt ma tin (rr imltil A fcn.nlu trouble and I got foweak tlint Mr. and Mrs. Emil Meier, who have (,' ,, I ivmiH ret .nrr .n.min rinnt. couid hardly wajk been spending two weeks with rein- - . ,.. ,usband decided he wanted me to . . :' ,.' . . .. iicrosM the lloor with- tivcs in this section, will luave to- - try Larmit, tnc wctnans ionic, so nc out holding on to itnirrow for Dotroit, Mich, Mr. Meier bought mc a bottle and I bepn using It. 1 something. hud has neen in mil cuy 'or uie psi iwo it did rr.c mere good than all the mediHl(-- r HUW nervous spells and years a nil has a spiemuti position cines I had taken. my fingers would with the Cm'illse Automobile ComI Invc induced many of my friends lo cramp und my face pany. DanvHIc Advocate. would draw, and I John S. Ilnughman, secretary of the p?cit bcncfited.by ils tire, flicre nevci could not speak, nor Danville fair, was in tho city yester- ; ,tru been, and never will be, a medicine sleep todonny good, day and left the big advertisement io compare wait uaruui. i uciicve u is trouhud no nppctite.and wliich appears elsewhere of his fair l good medicine lor all womanly thought 1 which will be held July 21, 22 and 23. bles." everyone rehas For nre most would not livu. Ho says that prospects exhibition andg lievingover 50 years, Cardui and been 'woman's sufferings building for n successful Some ono advised mo to tnko Lydia E. tlint nearly every stall in nnd nronnd weak women up to health and strength. Pinkham 8 Vegetable Comiwund. I had the fair grounds have 'jcen engaged II you arc a woman, give it a fair trial. taken io much mtslicine and my doctor for the horfcs that will be brought It should turely help you, as it has a ho could do mo no good w I told my there for the occasion. aid million others. husbund ho might get me n bottto and 1 Get a bottle of Cardui Miss Mary A. Lyon, of Hustonville, Uy tlie time I had taken has been assigned a room in t he would try iL Hedldn. Co., Lidltl' U'riti I continued Ita use.and It 1 felt better. graded school by the Hoard Advisory If Ch.IUnooc PtcS., Chall.nooct. Turin., lor now 1 urn well and strong. mrIfii un yourttm plain writtxr. ti.C ISC Education for the purpose of fit- Tiulmsnl lor Womtn," inuul 4 L4gj rook, lloira of "I havo ulwuys recommended your ting up a laboratory or school kitchen. rniHlicino ever since 1 was bo wonderMits Lyon will be head of the departfully benefitted by it and I hopo Uiia ment of home economics or domestic letter will bo the means of saving somo science. While the wotk done in this department will bo in t he intertt of other poor womnn from suffering." Mm. Maktiu StVEV, Uox 1144, tho school, Miss Lyon will conduct it on her individual plans. Miss Lyon Unionville, Ml5souri. Your Properly in the has been hero since Tuesday working mukew of Lydhi K. Pinkham's in the interest of her ckisa- .- JessaTho VegoUiblo Comiund havo UiousamU of mine Journal. they tell uuch letters us that ubove Fire Insurance Co. tho truth, olso they could not have been ) Tako a outlined for lovo or money, TU's of Hartford, Conn., has ttootl tho strant'tT-- It with Uwt for yearn. If (hero aro nuy fompllralluiis you Tonight k SALIN & SMITH, Agents rlle to LiUlu K. tlo not uudepdnnd It will act as a laxatlvo la the Hnkham Iedlrlno Co. (eoullJintlul) v beopeued. T-Stanford, Kentucky Your letter r morning Lrm,an.nutiered by aIIIttoinuu ami g;, flr.ul uud Penny! Drug Stor. held In strict eoulldeucc. to her children here. Mrs Will m will come tvp Htnte on a whirlwnvl rpeakint; rnmpaip;n next i Joe Hoggs and Itobcrt Turley, of wnpL. Thia wnaW fin tttinnt-- in ltft- j Richmond, nre in the county surveying non, Sprncfield. Columbia nnd SaturI for the Ilooiiii Wny. They are gucyts day at ilardinpliurir. Next Monday. Social Calendar iof Mr. nnd Mrs. It. T. rvure. I the 19th, hv wHI rpenk M Somerhet, July 1 ft The Dixie Hook Club will "Daily" Glover, of Louisville, was nn, a Pulaski county man who was . meet with Mr. C. Huys Foster nt the miiiKlinj: with old rricnils atuniny. jn StanfoVd Saturday said he would homo of Mm. John II. Foxier at ":30 Charles h. Ilohon. of Lebanon, was; j,v,. 1,000 people to hear him. On Thursday afternoon. here yesterday looking for war mirles. Tuesday, the 20th, he speaks at Monti-M- r. July 14 The lliulnh Walker Cirnnd Mrs T. W. kinney, of jrriio; that niirht at nurnside, and .1. C. Kahnnl x nt. Uoyle, Kpent yesterday with friends cle meet nt Wednesday the 21st nt Liberty in the An2:30 P. M.. with MIm Kntherine here afternoon and at Stanford that niidit, Ivc derson, lender. Hidden annwev to Miss Nancy Yeajjer has returned Mr. McChesncy will spenk nt the answered by nil the members. from n protracted visit to Mt. Stcrlinp; courthouse. Most of the churches will adjourn prayer mectinp; to another friends. Mian Minnie Wood wont to Paint Mis Geneva Prie. of Itirhmond. is cvcniaR or hold early services so that Lick ntnrdiiy to vist: If. I.. Wallace visiting het llelle nil who desre may hear McChesncy. Mis and family. On Thursday afternoon, .MeCiieney Anderson. of Mr. and Mri. Jim Thompon, Mr. Klmer Anderson is spending a Koes to Mt. Vernon for a speech that cousin, nfternoon nnd Thursday night the 22 Prcnrcrsvillc. were here Monday. few ilnya in Louisville with his he speaks at Crab Orchard. From Ml. Vernon SivcnitJ. Mr. Sherman Carrier. Mm. Mildred Henzlcy hns returned! Albert Gover, son of William Cov- Crab Orchard he Roes on up into the after a visit er, who lives on Loj;nn'H Creek, is Sixth district for a couple of days to her home nt far governor, into this section or :he enndidate for the democratic i .Ammmmmmmsmm mMjAm . x wmmmi.xMBm ' v Personal and Social I T Mi p& sxss - rjFSmM ' O' .... '"' ; jc.c j.'l lySSR ... JHLiv IH M. llter Henzlcy J smckeappcL;te for some more fire -- up, then and so en, right to the pillow-pericc- ll Well, that's P. A, no matter how you hook it up pipe or cigarette. Hen . Catlmim iWjMr c2d, your system ! You nail that fact hot off the Jrado,ivca jrt aWetbonvCJ, whe Cat. He hat rtmmrktbb bat, because it's case-carinformation And memorj' and cjt&rly te catla tlM wr in d&m handed out to youforpcrsonaand immediate 1822. when I. waa a Sad ot tAimmet. I ratio attention as being about as real and true as 12amcker all ahia life,ham been and to day lo terA no dearer, no you've heard since Hector was a pupl truer friend than him old jimmy pipe. Iradohamjuat P. A. is sold in the toppy red bag for the been elected a member of the Prince Albert "old.tmie jmmypiptt club," price of a jitney ride, 5c; tidy red tin, 10c; pound and half-poutin humidors and the classy pound crj'stal-glas- s humidor with the top that's not only a joy'us thing to have at home and at the office, but it keeps P. A. in the highest state of perfection. er Itjst-jazna-joyir.to ds 1 A nd cpongc-moistdn- er t, aL iisigyfc R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Sale- m, N. C mmmmmwm Catalogues Will Soon Be Ready. Mr.. Peavler Gets Sentence. Mrs. Laura Peavler, who killed her The catalogues of the Knights of husband, II. C. Peavler, in Mercer Pythias fair, to be held at Stanford county hist winter, wis tried at a August 18, 19 and 20, wHI be ready court and for distribution in a few days and all special term of the was given a seatence Saturday night those wishing them witi kindly write eight nor more than the secretary, E. C. Walton. The f not less than twenty-on- e years in the penitentiary. book will conlnin about 100 pages and It was proven Unit the coupI nad got- .will be chock XjI of liberal premuims News of he Churches. Rev. J. M. Rogers, who has recentht( been elected a teacher in the RaptiS"1 Theological Seminary nt x.ou3VllIe.i has been called to the pastorate oify DavlH.--Sonic- n-ct Bond Election Called Tor Sept. 18. I IK pres-Metca- lf. Nan-li''ni- ot Rey-F,,f,- H t - In the county court yesterday on petitian of more th:m the requisite number of legnl voters, un election on the issunnte of ?130,0P0 in bonds for the buildmer nnd improving of turn pikes was called for Sept. 18th. The will of John Dinwiddle wnji probated. ile leu all ot nis property, real and personal, to his wife, iMrs. Mnry Din- widdic. See The Bloomer Girl. Play Ball Don't forcct the came of ball be tween the Stanford Hij;h School team and the Bloomer Girls at the school grounds tomorrow, Wednesday afternoon. The Kirls nre Rood ball players and our boys will have a strong nine to go up against them. It is not often Stnnfordjpcople have the opportunity of gceing women piny base ball. night. Tlnn to sec Mrs. Fiske Thursday Merr THOUGHT SHE NOT ten along badly fir several years and that the husband had made threats against the wife.It tns claimed that Peavler was going niter a shot win with the intention of using 'it on his wife, when the hWer beat him to it und fired. Great interest was manifest od in the trial and largo crowds attended every session. On Saturday many took their suppers to the courthouse, not wanting to miss a word of the testimony and speeches. -- the Prechersville church. The claim of the Danville Baptist church, amounting to $650 against the U. S. government for the use of readable advertisements. the building and damage to it by and writ-se- t, It is being issyd fro.n the press of troops during t he civil war, has been the Interior JmicuiI, which if h? mucn paid. as stiying that it is a most ci editable Dr. J. W. Bryant, of the New Stanjob. ford Drug Co., bought of Hon. HarW. A. Brivi leaves this week for vey Helm one of the splendid lota of the Helm place on Danvn:e avenue Indiana and IHino:3 to visit his and will very likely this fall erect a nice home on it. 3 I'tiWarfl Wat aVaKHaaBBBBBfaBBBBBBBBBBBBaaaaBBBBBaaaaBaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaaaBBaBBBBal Died Suddenly. a That Is whs a Iol of people tell "I Don't Feel Good" 4 us.' Usually, their botrcla only need cleansing. 1 I . the trick and make you feel fine. We kuow this tKwitivcly. Take'ona toiiigbt. Sold ouly by us, 10 cents. Penny' Drug will do George Lynn, an honorable, hardworking man living just over tho Lincoln line in Casey, died Monday morn ing niter an illness wmen ncgun tnew evening before. He was 47 years olul nnd is survived by his wife and several children. Dr. H. J. Brown was called to see Mr. Lynn at a late hour Sunday night and 'found him beyond hope of recovery. Great Picture Thursday Night. At the opera house Thursday night Manager (J. Hays KosR-- will thow in one of the gi cutest motion pictiH-epictures ever put on cunvns. It is "Tessof The D'Ubervilles," with Mrs. risk us tliu leading lack. It is produced by the Famous Players Film Co.. and is well worth yor time and at tention. r Children Cry for Fletcher's 9tr. I Lunches and Ceolin Drinks . The Kind Yen Havo Always ttougltt, nml which has heen iu uso for. over 30 jcars, lufs bornotlio li'imttiro,o and has been made under hjVpcr-T- V sonnl supervision hini'o Its Infancy. Zccu4! Allow no ono to ricculvo 3'oxi in this. AU Counterfeits, Imitations nnd but uruit'Utsthat trlflo with and onihuifjcr tho health l Infants and Children lixpcrlenco against Kxpcrlinent J 47u.st-as-'ood.'"a- ro r , May Be Obtained flat-tctja- When In Danville at y. Nic'a-olnsvil- SHOP PERFECT (Incorporated) DANVILLE, - Tennis Party Postponed Until Friday The Tenms party that was to hnv been given liy Mary Elizabeth MeKinncy, Naney eager Lettie Walker McKinney and James Cooper on Wednesday afternoon has been post poned until Friday afternoon. Jics iVW . KY. SEE Mrs. Fiske Thursday evening nt the opera house. goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is ilou.s:mt. It ontalns neither Opium, Iorphlno nor other Narrotio stilistauqe. Its ao Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms For moro than thirty years It nnd allays lius heen In couMaut use foitlm relief ot Constipation, IMatnleney, "Wind Colic, all Teething TroulSlcs and Diarrliiea. It regulates tho Stomach and liowels, assimilate tho Fond, giving healthy ami natural bleep. 'i'ho Children's l'uuucca Tuo JUoHier'a Frleati. Cnfiforla CASTORIA What is MihtUiito for Castor is a harmless Oil, Pare- fTi INSURE Old Connecticut med-i!tihi- m at Sanders JULY 14th, 1915 REMNANT DAY GENUINE CASTOR4A Bears the Signature of ALWAYS ASK ABOUT THE RUBY BALL BEARING SEWING MACHINE, TO BE GIVEN AWAY, AUGUST 2nd. SPECIAL PRICES ON , , , , , ALL PRODUCE. i ,, , i i The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over (zvTZci 30 Years mm L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. ". t if lljrt-LM- . & The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, July 13, 1915 McCHECNEY el V ij HRN'" v l l The Candidate of the Temperance People for the Democratic Nomination for Governor Will Speak at Stanford Wednesday Evening, July 2 1 , at 7:30 ,1 7 ji,yJU.-iu- i WW H. V. McCHESNEY. WiWBl are invited to hear him, especially the ladies. Mr. McChesney has other speaking appointments in this section as follows: Somer- set, July 19; MonticeJlo, July 20, at 1:30; Burnside, that night; AH ! Liberty, Wednesday, July 21, at 1:30; Mt. Vernon, Thursday, July 22 at 1:30; Crab Orchard that night at 7:30. Don't fail to hear him. He makes oneof the finest political speeches you ever heard in your life. It's a rouser from start to finish. ; 8$r .. PONY GIVEN AWAY FREE Danville's Big Fair. Horses, Ponies, Jack Stock and Mules. Poultry and Floral Hall i Will give away FREE One Pony to the Lucky Number on Tickets sold First and Second Days. Drawing to take place Third Day of Fair at three o'clock in the afternon. Person holding the lucky ?V number must be on the ground, else another number will be selected. m IK Danville Fair July 2 1 Secretary JOHN S. BAUGHMAN, "J Farm and Stock News -2- -3, EVERYBODY INVITED Sterling and Maurice Farris, of Danville. I'lices runged from rx to eight cents. It wns the best day the Nunncl-le- y yards has hud for several months. 1915 Yet, Put It Out J Politic. McChesney made the "rousl-nest- " speech that l'cmbroke has heard in some days. Ho is u man of firm conviction und not afraid to champion u great cuiuo that has not yet received, but will soon receive its proper recognition. May God speed the duys when wo will have many mon in polities Ilko Hon. H. V. McChoa- ncv who think iiliont mi. I l..R- about our part In this grwit temperance question. Thoy suy wo must put this whisky question out of politics. We Miy so toobut wo gay put it out tho McChosney way. Hurruh 'or Mr. r r .u ft - K K A bell county, Tenn., Suturdsy, whsre d he bought a of heep hiuI Knottier of cattle. He will place them no the murket htire. CI ell Colemun, of HurnxUlmrg, bought from Henry MGw thrlty hesd of l,310-i)JunttIo ut 0. lio d bought twenty houd of car-loud 1,340-pouu- J. II. liaughmun & Co., bought of W. A. HrenX a small lot of corn ut $3.00 delivered. D. O. Lewis, of the Morclund section, bold to Allen & Myers 15 hogs ut seven cents. W. T. Tucker returned from Camp100-pou- 4: &.u nme three cows and cnlves at $l'0; seven steers aveiuging 706 pounds to u Winfarm utter nn absence since lust No- chester buyer at seven cents to Ike vember, having been held under quar- Slulby two calve at $30. antine because of foot unci mouth disW. It. IJuiton, of Lancuitter, beught ease in Chicago imil Eminence, Ky, of J. S. llaughtmiu u bay mnro weighThe animals vmied in value each up ing 1.25U pounds for $115, of D. I). Ito 510,000. mule, 1(1 Holtzclnw it 1). G. Govr showed us yesterday a hands high, for $12f. of Eld. Joseph mule for $115 wimple of alfalfa ho rutted on the Hallou a John Smith farm on trie Utnctutw and of J. A. t5ti nicer u 10 hand mule for $126. plko. It ii ory fino and allow what result enn bo obtune! when the It. M. Sharpe. of Cuioy, bought crunil i idvwi the attention it should four littlu cuttle hero yesterday for have. I0D.7A and sold them a few minutoji Goulbjr & Cwiltur, of Caioy, wild for 105.50. Ho will lutulv to here yojtenluy five yearling cuitlle to Joue & L.ulo 40 hogs for latter nait J. S. Hocker at $37.50; to 1. V. Jones of July delivery ut seven and n naif from Joh" Dun" Bl the seven-year-ol- d, llr i cenU and 27 heifers for the last half of AllgUttt ut six I'ClltH. The prize lterd of thirty Jersey cat-tl- o from Klmeudorf leturned to the d of John Jewell bought two hovii'h at VuuArt'dall'h stable. 1'iice rnTiKvil from $75 to $125, Ituford Mc I'utrldi;e t.old his famous trotting mute. Dai by, to UK-- fiuntry, uf for $1)10. Dailly nas raced in nonrly nil the fair inii;t in Centiul Kcjitucky and ws never defeated. He will be shipped to Franco to aid the A Hie in routimr the Gormans from tint tiencho,-lIiiro(ll)u- r,' Herald. Churlos H, Ilohon, of t.eUanon, was hori yoiterduy looklnir for army mu les lmt wu uimblo to tnuke u pur- car-lou- duihe. Ho told an I. J, man thut during the past three months he and his father, C. T. Ilohon, als of Lebanon, hud bought over 300 mules for uuiiy purpobcs at un uvenipc or about $150 Mr. Itohon left yesterday afternoon for St. Louis, where he wns to have loaded kteral cars of mules this mornii'i'. There were over 800 cattle hi stock pona vostcrday und ull oxcopt about 25 clmiiKwl hands. In tho moruinjf buyors and iolluis wuio far apart, but in the afternoon thoy ot trio wiiui-it- p Sot tok'uthw unitone. The ulgsost tile wast a busy tho day wore Van Mentor, of Winchester, Henry Murphy, of flit. Nun-nelloy's buy-ej-s'- of Mr, Ilrazley Allied Aid of Record. On April 23rd, bv.wecn tho hours of 11 und 12 1. M., a barrel of whisky was unloaded into the smokehouse of one of tho good citizens of Lancaster und is being used to tho voters of (iurrard county. Will the Control Hecord throuirints pugeg. und the good citizens of the county help locato this whisky u also find out for whose Interest it is MrfMinsnuv f7tt l!nuni.n.H being used. James A. Ueaijey, 5(11- - tucky. 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