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CHANCE" THE MAIN CHANCE-GREAT i No. 57 The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, July 16, 1915. OF CURRENT EVENTS. Ruth Eglert, ngerf six, wns killed by ligthnlng In Franklin county. The store rt W. W. Kirtlcy nt Jop-pAdair county, was robbed of $10. Abolishment of tho convict lease system wns urged Tuesdny in a report submittcJ by an Alabama legislative committee. Bank, nt The Dresdeti Dresden, 0., wns closed by the direc-otr- s following the disappearance of the cashier. The naval radio stntion at New Orleans Is to be enlarged by the Government for use in connection with the Panama Canal plant. Dr. J. B. Bruncr und Dr. Ben I.. e Ilruner hnve bought Daughters nt Harrodsburg and will start a school thoro In September. A protest to Great Britimi regarding the seizure and detention of meat shipments consigned to neutral countries wlH be made by the United States Department Wednesday. The Georgia Senate passed unanimously u hill to prohibit white persons from teaching In negro schools nnd negros from tenching in white schools. It would apply to private us well as public institutions. Mrs. 'Sallie Burnnm McCormack, whoso illness was reported In the Tuesday's issue of this paper, is dead at Ijuncnstcr. aged f!8. Site was the widow of John C. McCormack. G. J. Jarvis, of Pineville, Republican candidate for Representative in district, yesterday the Ninety-thir- d notified Secretary of State Crecelius of his withdrawal from the race. American manufacturers are able to manufacture dystuff if they are given tariff protection, according to u resolution to be sent to Congress by hosiery and underwear manufacturers. Superintendent Hnmlett anState nounces that by rcarn of an increase of the per.capila from 54.50 to S5.25 the term of the common schools will be increased from six to seven months. The Kentucky hcholastlc census for 15 shows a tota! of 74:1,375 of 19 0 school age in the rural an ' graded schools elsewhere than to the cities. This is n gain of 15,075 over the previous year. J. P. Spilman, of Hnrrodsburg, Republican, who has heeri seeking the nomination for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, has notified many of tho County Clerks of the State by letter of his withdrawal from tho race. sirs. Penvlcr, who killed her J. 'II. Peavler, in Mercer county-, nnd who was given nn indotcrmin-at- e sentwico of eight to 21 years last week, has decided to talsu her medicine and will begin her sentence at NOTES a, l Col-lug14-1hus-bnn- il, TkJi Pipe It w rv Staaa Waa Yea TiaM Watei tfca Data Oa UM Mil Saaaertat'aa FrrafMr. Tuesdays and Fridays CONTEST TO CLOSE SATURDAY AT 9 P. M. ALL INDICATIONS POINT TO A CLOSE FINISH IN THIS CHEAT BATTLE OF BA1.LOT5 AND THE CONTESTANTS AND THEIR FRIENDS ARE WORKING HARD FOR MORE SUBSCRIPTIONS. PUBLIC INTEREST IN THE GREAT RACE IS AT A HIGH PITCH AND CLAIMS AND COUNTERCLAIMS OF THE CAND'DATES INDICATE THAT THE OUTCOME IS EVERYWHERE. IN DOUBT. HELP YOUR "FAVORITE" WIN. DON'T CO BACK is' ON YOUR "FAVORITE" AT THIS ELEVENTH A HANDSOME LELAND PIANO OR A TOUR TO THE HOUR. PANAMA EXPOSITION AND HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS IN OTH. ER PRIZES HANG IN THE BALANCE. DON'T LET YOUR LOSE FOR LACK OF THE VOTES YOUR SUBSCRIP-TIOWOULD BRING. SUBSCRIBE OR RENEW YOUR SUB. SCRIPTION TODAY. MAKE YOUR "FAVORITE" A WINNER AT ALL HAZARDS. menn a great dpal to you but it may br tho moans of winning a big prize for your favorito contestant. V ;, The Interior Journal's big Travel Tour ninl I'rirn Contest will come to n close ptomptly at !l o'clock next Saturday night, July 17th. For ninny weeks past the great prize competition i has been the talk of nil thin section and has stirred the people as nothing in iccent years has done. But u day more ami this huge undertaking will le a thing of the pant and many popular people in thin vicinity will be pos-iof ncu found fame and fortune, glory and prix(. Thousands and thousands of voted have liven polled thu punt week l)y the contestant) and their friend. Intense interest ban been manifested by the different candidates and their loyal helper and alt indications point to u close finish tomorrow night. And Now Just One More Day Think of it the time is growing mighty short to decide thu winner t)f he Leland Piuno or tlm T"!r to the Tj iPannimi Exposition and other mlu- 'faille prlioa. But if you got out among yqnr friends and make the final round up of all miharnption. it mav win you desire. Don't give you the pn up now. Stick to Hie finrdi. Your mcckm or dofeat will undoubtedly depend on what effort are put fiwth in your behalf the nuxt two days. Keep right offer the vote And subscript tions until the last Don't he too and think you have enough rotes to win for if you do, you piob-mJilwill lie pruatly diappvintcd. In another context iust t short trme ago, a contestant who thought she had enough vote to win, stiped working about three days bv4Wo the contest consequence, lost n closed and In $1,000 automobile. Don't let this hep-peto you. Work rrgh,t up until the lust hour put forth your very best efforts and t hen you ran conscientiously say that you luivu done everything possible to make yourself a winner. Many and many n prize hns been lost in campaigns of this kind bv a narrow margin of loss than 5,000 votes and you don't want this to happen to you. It is better to hno s of votes than r-- quite enough. Read This Carefully The Inferior Journal's big Travel Tour and Prize Contest will oloe promptly at 9 o'clock tomorrow (Saturday) night, July 17th. Subserip-tiou- s will be accepted frem those who nre inside the Interior Journal's office at that hour but at 0 o'clock tomor row night, (July 17th,) the door of the office will be locked and no one will be allowed to enter thereafter to turn in votes nnd subscriptions. So don't get left. Make sure that you nre inside, the office nt the nbove dnbu nnd hour if you hnvp any subscriptions or votes to turn In. Contestants anil friend of contestants sending votes nnd subscriptions by mail should make certnln that they are mailed in plenty of time - they will tench tint Interior Journolofllce before the closing hour of the contest. Gather up all tbo reserve votes which you have nt home (by reserve votes, we mean the Wullots that have been issued and mailed to you when you sent In subscriptions) and bring or fend them to the ContoH Manager before ft o'clock tomorrow (Saturday) night, July 17th. Don't tnko uny chance of losing votes by not having ITiem nt the Interior Journnl office before the do log hour of the contest. Turn in all subscriptions you have on baud now and then anv you get on Saturday can be turned In that day. The Context 'Manager made his Inst count for this week's issue and till vol (ii deuoslted in the ballot box hero nftex will be counted by the judges tit the cjosc. cn-ftteny n sur-plu- or JUDGES OF THE CONTEST Tim following well known will net as Judges nnd make thu final count in the Interior Journal's llig Travel Tour and I'lizo Contest which closes Saturday night, July 17th, at 9 o'clock. Mr. J. W, Rochester, Lincoln National Hank. Mr. V. V. Saunders, First National Hank. Mr. W. G. Smith, Statu Bank & Trust Co. gen-tltm- Again We Repeat. Don't get discouraged and don't let your competitor burf you out. In every contest stories sturt up about the tremendous reserve vote this and that candidate has nnd about how much money some candidate is going to spend to win. In n recent con-wIn Princeton, W. Yn., stories were told uroiit how much monoy cerlatn candidates weie going to spend to win the first prue Iriit when it ennro lo t he close thtwe stories failed to materialize. This contest is no different irom any othe- - rn that respect. At different times in this coiJo.t torles similar to this have startes! up but when the contest comes to an on! it will undoubtedly he found that those stories amount to nuthiirg. So don't be huffed out. Stick to the finish and be a winner at all hazards. rt Cloudburst In Garrard Does Damage. Tho Central Record tells ns foldid which lows of n cloudburst, much ilnmnge In and around Lancaster: "The heaviest rainfall in years nnd what appeared to have been n rlotidbutst, visited this section last Monday nftornoon, between 4 nnd 5 o'clock, inundating scvernl sections of tho lower part of town. In a short while tho residence of Mr. William Hughes, on Hrcnmond avenue was l1oodei, tho water reaching a depth of two feet on the lower floors. The Lam aster Motor Car Co, whir occupies the basement floor of the Rex Theater building wn submerged to the depth of several feet and so suddenly did the water rise, that it was impossible to remove tho dozen or more cars that were in the garage at the time. Tho thimnge here is several hundred dollars. The heaviest dnmHgc to property was on Sugar Cicek, whore several houses were washed entirely uwny. Mr. J. II. Noylor had the Nrsrortune to lose his house nnd its entire furnishings, not one thing was saved. Tho roar of tho building of 0. C. Burnett, was swept off, with entire contents nnd his loss is considerable. Mr. Will Smith, who recently bought the old Baylor Jennings place, lost his entire tobacco crop of several acres, which was swept so clean that not oen tho soil is left. Tho iron bridge at this place was carried down tl strcum for nearly a mile nnd is still in apparent good condition, but a milo from its base. Immense damage wns done at Pnint Lick, where practically every store in the town had from one to five feet of water on its floors. Tho largest sufferer from this water was, arj Son, who's store was flood-e- il with at least fiv. feet of water. Among the henvy losers there were ., Treailwny, Denny &. t!o 0. L. Goorgu Conn. ruv Rice. W. . Parks. Point Leavevll also got her share of the llond and great dam-ag- o is reported from that place mostly from fences being washed away entnillng heavy losses. Tho railroad truck was wrecked jn several places between Paint Lick nnd Stanford, which dckiyed all trains Monday night nd Tuesdnv. He-driHam-mac!- Snyeral Ribs itrnken. Mntthew Deljinuy, aged 75. and an soldier of the Crab Orchard section, was thrown from his Vugiry and had several ribs broken. He was also severely cut nml bruised. U. B. F. Picnic Today. The U. B. F. and S. II. T. mem-hware holding a big picnic today and colored people from all over this section uro here to enjoy jt. once. -s f IMPORTANT If thcru is any mistake hi the count of any contestants votes up to the present date, it muwt be culled to the attention of the Contest Manager before 10 o'clock Saturday morning. Otherwise tfie otcs as published tod try must be taken as cotrect and will be taken ns correct and wtik bo used by the judge in totaling tho final count. This is importune. See that your otes are cou-eot- . Also if there Is any detAll about tho closing of tle contest that you do not quite understand, ask the Contest Miihu- gcr. Don't Iwive any of your reserve votes nt home. Gnther them up and bring them to the contest department before the closin hour. Be sure they rench us In time for a delay of a few hours in the mail might lose a prize for you. 5. Votos are positively NOT TRANSFERABLE. Every bullet mut bear the nnmc of a candidate before it leaves this office. Do not ask to have ballots issued in blank for we do not do fo. Scratched, torn or altered ballots will promptly be 4. d. VOTES CAN'T BE BROUGHT They must be secured on subscrip!. Y.ork, was lowest at 11,022,000. The new building, with furnishings :aul mcchanroil devices will cost nearly $.1,000,000. Striking pantsmakers in New York threaten to paralyze the clothing industry by calling out union members in other cities and members of the Cutters' Union in New York are considering n sympathetic strike. W. A. Burnett, of the LotrisviKe Mvcstock Exchange, was nssurcd by nffccrs of the Bureau of Animal Industry that the Federal foot nnd mouth quarantine be lifted prix-idew-i-ll Bids for a new building for the Interior Department were opened nt Washington. John II. Parker, of New tions. 7. Judges Make Count. The Contest Manager made his tost count for ths week's i.uc and the ballot box was then locked and tho key turned ouor M the judges, AM vote ballots deposited in the lullot box during the remainder of t fee contest will be counted : the judges after tho contest come - to a close. As soon us possible after- 'J oMock Saturday night, July 17th, the judges will open the ballot box nnd tho work of counting the votes will commence. The votes will be counted on an lidding machine und will bo chcVked anil rechecked several times so thro cm be no possible chance for error. The result of tho count will probably bo known Sntfirtkiy night as the woik can be done quickly on an milling machine. Expeiicnce teaches us tlait is usually takes almut two hours to make such a count. WhUo it k not necessary tor tho contestants to come to tho office on the closing night, we shull be glad k have as many of the contestant and their friends that can come to do so for you will nil want to know the result of the big race as early ss possible. If thcro is nnythitig that you do not uudoistnnd in regard to the rules of the contest, as); the Contest Manager about it at once. . Be sure that your iHibscrip-tlon- s are in shape to hand into the contest department. Have the name, address, etc., vritten plainly on tho center part of the contest receipt book before handing in. If you have no receipt books, we will be glad to furuibh them upon request. Don't come in nt the lust moment without the name und address of the subscriber. GO IN TO WIN OR FOREVER HOLD YOUR PEACE. THE OUTCOME OF THE RACE IS UP TO YOU AND YOUR FRIENDS. WARNING Tho Contest Mannger issued a warning that no checks will be accepted for subscriptions on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, the last three days of the congest. If you take checks for subscriptions, have them made payable to yourself and convert into cash before making the final settlement. Th Last Big Vote Offer Tho following schedule of votea will he In force during tho remnnder-o- f the contest. 10 years 8 veurs New Subscriptions. 117,800 votes ... .. . years years a years 2 years 4 1 89.200 votes 54,400 votes 12,800 votes 31 ,200 votes 10,000 volos 0.200 votes 10 years of tho contestants und t heir friends that Saturday tight will be the last of the contest. So If you are a friend of a contestant, then kWe your "favo-rite- " your help this week by subscribing to or Increasing your Bubscrip-tie- n to the Interior Journal. A dollar or two for your subscription may not Old Subscriptions, . ai,MH votes 20,000 vetoe H years 15,500 otos fi years 11,200 votes . 4 yean 8,400 otea 3 years MOO vote 2 years 1.000 votes 1 year 1 . PliinrH. Friends. Wo wUh to Impress :pon themlnds yotir .. Last Ruling. Contestants, cunnot be too careful about sending in t heir reserve o'tes and subscriptions so thoy will reach thu Interior Journal before the clo.su of the contest and as a matter of everyone of them, especially those out of town, should tvnd tho following nnd be sure that they fully understand it. lo see any candiWo would date lose a single voto because of the excitement that is sure to occur during the Inst hours of the campaign, of because of some misunderstanding on their part. It is. impossible to exercise too much caution in nniving nt full understanding of the rules und conditions governing the clojing campaign. 1, All votes und subscriptions must be no matter what timo mailed In tho contest depnitmeut before 0 o'clock Saturday night, July 17th. If not received by that hour they will ho woithloss and will not he counted. By voto ballots wo mean the ballots which have been issued on the These ballots that uu have In reserve must be sent back to us to be put in tho ballot box or they will not be counted, 2. All ballots, subscriptions, etc, should lyj addressed to the Contest Managor. care the Interior Journnl, and not to individuals. This is to prevent confusion. .'!. Tho Contest Manager will accept no personal cheeky tho last three days of tho contest. If you tnko checks fur subscriptions, have them made payable to yourself und convert into cash before turning to to this office. It is best to send, express or postal money orders r.s registered letters might be held at the office until the following Monday, e the diplomatic services of the United States but seventy vessels incrned here, the, two big wireless stations nt Tuckerton and iayvillc, und much other alHnble propeity. Both Knox and Laurel counties have sold their road bonds, which were reoontly voted to build pikes and bridges, including sections' of Boone and Dixie Highways. Knox sold $200,000 in bonds nt a smnll margin nbovo par, while Laurel sold $100,000 in bonds at par. The hnnner wheat crop of Todd county this year was made by Thomas Pepper, of Arlcnsv:e. who realized twenty-si- x bushels to the acre on sixty ncres. Mr. Pepper is holding for higher prices. On forty ncres of this STANDING OF CONTESTANTS some land nearly 60,000 pounds of The list given below is the last tobacco was raised last year. The motinn to reopen hearings in count that will be made by the Contest Manager. All votes placed Los Angeles to quash indictments ugaiijst Matthew A Schmidt nnd Dain the ballot box hereafter will vid CapJan, charging them with mur-Jb'e counted by the judges after in connection with dynamiting Of the contest closes. Place all rethe Los Angeles Times, was overruled. Thu trial was set for October 4. serve votes in the ballot box The Czar of Rti&mi, with hfs income 9 o'clock Satqrday night. of ?10.000,000 n yoar, is the wealthiest monarch ia Eutope. The KaiDISTRICT NO. 1. ser's income is about $4,000,000 n MORELAND, KY. year us King of Prussia and 520,-00- 0 Miss Anna b. Reynolds 463,125! us Germnn Emperor. The Em Mm UIgw Myers 582,275 peror of Austria receives $3,980,000 McKINNEY, KY. jier annum nnd King George about Miss Ruth Cocking 71,850 $2,500,000. Miss Ruth Tanner . 58.G75 Mit Mary Lois Ganu 17,950 Mrs. L. L. Sanders Entertains at C. O. CKAB ORCHARD, KY. Mis Bessie W. Sanders und Mr. Miss Jalia Brown, R.! 120,750 Miss Mary Gaines 102,550 Claude Sanders wero howorees nt n Miss hlla Rigsby, R.C2 12,825 Rook party at theL.hospitable home L. Sanders nt of Mr. and Mrs. HUSIONVILLE, KY. Thursday evening. Miss Roberta Blaiu 135,750 Crab Orchard is always Miss Margaret Allen 259,425 The homo which decorated hospitable with nasMiss Christine Lair 303,075 wns beautifully turtiums nnd sweet peas. The tally KINGS MOUNTA.N, KY. dogs. Miss Grace Thompson 164,875 curds were little black cuts and The guests had lots .of fun getting STANFORD, KY. Deund dogs Mrs. Walter Jones 479,725 thu cuts refreshments mutcked.served. wero Miss Eva Rankin . 660,325 lightful SunMrs. Lucy Miller Bartley 490,225 Tlte guests were: Miss Bessie Annie . Miss Patience Calmese 176,750 ders, Mr. Clyde Sanders, Miss Miss Bettie Peek, 141,950 Gray, Mr. Edward Edmiston, Mist . Middleton, Mr. Wulter Miss Fannie Scott, IM .220,575 AnnieSliss Birdie Perkins. Mr. GoodShirwin, WAYNESBURU, KY. Mayme Holdum. Mr. Miss Cora Singleton 101,875 ley Cover. Miss Burnett Sanders, Miss .'.idia GoodMIts SUbii Musvi. 30,400 man, Mr. Clyde Curtis, Mia Myrtle Miss Mry Wurriner 17,72b Murray, Mr. Coo Miss Mabel Wright, IM 4,825 Collier, Mr. L. L. fjser, Miw Potul San dors. MT. SaLLM, KY. Miss Nannie McKiuuuy ...236,075 Now Game Warden. DISTRICT NO. 2 John Payne, of Crab Orchard, lias LANCASTER, KY. been appointed game warden for LinMiss Florence Dawes . .. . 308,725 coln county to HUueced Judge Joe Miss StclU Comely 341,875 Mngco, deceased. BRODHEAD, KY. Miss Ada Ward 11,950 When Hot Weather Oppresses. Miss Etta Cable 251,325 When you fell oppresaod, dull and DANVILLE, KY. stupid, are inurt and languid do not Miss Elizabeth Dye . . .490,325 blame it all on the weather. Hoat will Miss Joy Taylor 64,950 not affect you so mur- - if the hweis Miss Ethel Bell Schadtl . 531,275 uro regular. Foley Cntluirtic Tablets JUNCTION CITY, KY. are Ideal for indlirustlon and eAnatiw. Mis Gertrude Richardson 200,950 tlon. They relieve stout norsor.s f SHELBY CI f Y, KY. 'il? that bloated, heavy fooling t' Mits Emily Murphy 344,073 by all dealers. er be-foR-- 3 a few weeks. In case of war with Germany tho Teutonic nllies would lose not only from the Boutbou stockyards within Recital Given By Woman's Club Wlll Contribute $120,000 to Road LATEST WAR NEWS Fund. (Contributed) Count von Bcrnstortf, the German The Rccllal at tho Graded School The automobile Department at Ambassador, will present to Secretato the ry Lansing today the view that tho Auditorium on Thursday evening 8th Frankfort will contribute wns n veritable fenst to the lovers of State road fund for the year 1915 Germnn reply was Intended to pnvo the highest and best in the fino arts. about $120,000. This is double the the way for negotiations on thc part of thc United States with Grant It wns given by representatives of receipts of any previous yenr. When the 1915 plates wero order- Britnin ns well ns Germany to adjust two of the finest ScNui of Music in this country nnd each nn nrtlst in her ed, more than n yenr ago, it wns es- questions concerning contraband ami line. Miss Gnithcr, who rendered the timated that 10,000 pairs would be submnrinc warfare. The American opening number of the evening is a sufllcient but more thnn 15,500 have Government, it is stated, is likely to pianist of the highest type. Her already been issued, demnnd that pending nny negotia, playing nt all timos wa- - marked by nn The total receipt of the offiro to tion; assurances be given that subexuberance nml eharm which wns date this year uiu $102,000 nnd this marine wnrfnrc will be conducted high in beauty; by the restraint of would hnve bepn vnre matorinUv in- - along thc lines laid down in President . .. UUl Awi n f?ftn the classical form and dignity to III'UPI'U l.tal 1IUIII aWIV illl'L. ll.rit U,I!M Wilson's note. (Mill which the player subjected them. Hor old cars and nil nc- cars hnve paid The Germans are coming down manner wns one of ease nnd facility only the proportionate part of the from the Nprth with ther eyes still with which she overcame the tremen- fee for the license to run to Jsin. fixed on Warsaw, for the possession of which they have been reaching dous difficulties both1 technical nnd 1st. 1910. When the Acts of the General As- forward from every sido almost ncsthoticnl held the audience en-t- ii sembly of 1911 became effective from the beginning of the wur. Tho cly nt her command. Miss Noc, n drnmntic foprnna of there were 5,750 licenses that did occupation of Prznsnysz, nbout fifty wonderful rango and beauty of voice not expire Jnn. 1st. but ran into miles from tho Polish capital, in thc Berlin official stateThese were the Scries "G" was a revolution to the audience, who 1915. enjoyed tbe privilege of hearing her. licenses with tags ot black with leU ment, is the first important step in This young nrtist enjoys the distinc- ters in white. This hns caused much the new advance. For this strongly tion of having sung with the Cincin- confusion as there were two kinds fortified town the Germnns havo nati Syna;hony Orchestrn, the pnst of tags good during the first six been contending since February. It winter an honor which every nrt- months of 1915 and many people wns once before In their hands and ist craves nnd nlso being one of the were laboring under ITio mistaken im- has been the scene of many fiorce finest representatives of the Conser- pression that a large number of cans encounters. vatory of that city. One of the most were being operated on improper liThc Allies on the Gallipofl Penindistinctive features of Miss Non's censes. This confusuii was removed sula, says Grn. Sir Itm Hamilton, singing, a point which is too often on June 10th nnd all tags now in use their commnndcr, have taken, after overlooked by the grentcst of w'ngers, should show the date "1915" on the vicious fighting, two strongly held was her wonderful enunciation. Not right hand end of the plates. Turkish lines defending the DardaLocal olucers in many plnces nre nelles, nnd maintained them despite a syllable' was lost to any one in nnyi part of the audience. Her resonance , arresting all motorics seen with im- the counter nttnckfe .i- - the Turka. is exceptional ana although she pos- proper tngs, and to nvoid trouUo all In the western theatre of war tho sesses what is known ns n big voice, drivers should tee that cars are reg- opposing sides seem to he playing yet it is at all times pleasing nnd she istered for this year and arc carry- a waiting game For thc moment, acsecures some of the most delicate ing tags with n white background cording to thc latest aitvrces, the hard shading by her perfect control. Her with red letters. In 1910 when nil cars now in the fighting in the Argonne region has Interpretation was such that she slackened. compelled even the most unapprecia- - state ii.must renew heir licenses .. nnd ., t..tt i The great coal strike in Wales is le. live to derive real joy from her work. V? ,"r l the lY"0 giving Great Britain nnxisty, be It is to bo hoped that Stnnford mnv should be colloctedless than $175,000 cause, for the present, the ueu who again enjoy the privilege of hcarng of the stato not have laid down their tools are obduapu probably much more. this artist. rate, and coal is necessary for tho It has been some time since Stan- - To The Democratic Voter, of Lincoln British warships and the factories ford has listened to the artistic work Hoy. Charles C. Fox, one of tho engaged in tho production of war of one of hor finest musicians Miss two candidates for the Democratic supplies As a precautionary measPenny of the Conservatory and ure tho Government has taken over certainly proved herself to be a nomination for Circuit Judge in this all the reserve suppdes of coal. The she ilth Judicial District, has tendered labor leaders are opposed to tho prophet in her own country Tho '"",.":""... numbers she rendered were of such III , ?2S Lincoln er homm "T strike, and thc president of the a tremendous classical depth thai : it Board of Trade is to tako up with '" .thc would have been sheer folly UV!nt h? '" non,lnnt 1U. any ' coming rtuJ-'us- l primary Realizing the miners the negotiations which one but nn artist to ,nn N"" '',r' Fox was by nature and were recently brokt off. Some of !:'-- . tin mnf nnnvnn:o:.. eminently fitted for this the rr.iiiers "have agreed to return to such an undertaking, yet continued training work today. npplause ;it tho cud of each number most important position I felt very proved that she had more tlwn ac kindly toward his candidacy even beDixie Rook Club. fore complished her end. Miss Penny t, n ers! the matter of the Commission was mentioned to me. The Dixie Rook Club was delightof her instrument, playing It is perhaps unnecessary for mo fully entertained by Mrs, C. Hays with splendid intonation and warmth of tone. Her stage presence and per- to state that I and my people have Foster at the home of Mrs. J. B. Fosbeen life long sonality are one that commands the worked earnestlydemocrats and have ter on Knob Lick road yc3terday afand Mllhfully fer ternoon. The afternoon was an ex. ittention of anv niiN.ence the success f the party, expecting tremely warm one but this ideal I.v. und receiving very little in return for country home was so cool and atMiss Higgins, a colatwa soprano, the sen ices rendered. tractive that none realized it was uho has won high honors at the ColKnowing that Mr. Fox is so well July afternoon. On arriving tho lege of Music in a rcmarkobley short qualified for the position and that he a guests were served with delicious time, again delighted her nudiejice would make one of the best Judges fruit punch, and then at the concluwith n charming grotipe of songs. we have ewr had in the district, anu sion of thc game, a beautiful salad iter voice is of n bird-lik- e quality feeling that I would be able to per- course was served. Mrs. Shelton and her interpretation, phrasing and form the duties pertaining to the of- Saufley was the winner of the highest enunciation were of the highest type. fice of Commissioner in such a way score of the afternoon. The following It is hoped that this local nrtist will as would be satisfactory to all per- guests were present: Mesdames develop her powers to the heights sons having business with that of William Severance and guest, Miss of their promise. fice, I now call upon my friends ask Ziegler, of Cincinnnt, W. P.. Todd, Probably one of the most unusifil ing that they support him at tho com- Harry Hill. J. E. Wright , Alfred features of the evovnjng as well lis ing primary assuring them that n Pence, William Dozier, James Harenjoyable, was the assisting artist. vote for Hon. Charles C. Fox for ris, James Wttods, Wm. Tribble, Miss Esther Burch, offering a gtoupc Crcuit Judge will be a vote in behalf Shelton Saufley, J C. Hays, Beverly of readings. The work of this lady is of two life long democrats, Hon. C. Rout, McKee Riffe, J. O. Rcid, and not new to the cemmunity, yet it is C. Fox and myself. Misses Esther Buroh, Mary Burch, Thanking my fellw countrymen Sue Taylor Engleman, Lvle Cooper, too seldom that she grants the public the pleasure of hearing her in this for any interest they may take in my Berta Joan Penny, Miss Kinad, of LouisviHe, Mary E. McKinney, Let-ti- e role nnd we are looking forward to n oenuu, l neg to lemain as before. Your Friend, Walker McKinney and Levisa recittil in the near future by this finJ. C. LYNN. ished nrtist. Harris. Miss Mary Higgins, the accompanAfraid of Her Hubby. ist for the evening rendered her The Bloomer Girls Brought Them. work to the hcigth of perfection leav"If Hurry Thaw is freed by Quke a crowd cara to towji Weding nothing to be desired by the most justice iieniirichs iriuay mornaig nesday afternoon to see the Bloomer disci iminating solist. he wn be n menace to society and Girls play ball. Thc unusual sight Altogether it was one of the larg- he will direct his personal vengeance brought a number from Rockcastle, a est (troupes of artists offering, the toward me." said Evelyn Thaw last iew from Casey, a big bunch from most diversified and pleasinjr prog- night. "He is an insane man. and Lancaster nnd Crab Orchard and tho ram ever offered this community and tho he may have concealed it long bigger part of Hustonville. The girls, is n lnnd mark of artistic apprecia- enough to deceive a jury it wiH soon five of them being of the femino gention nchieved by the Woman's Club be shown by his actions if he is al- der, put up u good game und bested lowed to go free. With thc first our boys, five to four. The women of this city. taste of liquor he will again become were Ward lookers generally and wero the crazy, irresponsible character a tough gang. One was old enough to Atsto Breaks; Passengers Hurt. he hns always been. I know him quit the game, while none of them Mr. nnd .Mrs. W. M. Itaucom, Mir. that and and Mrs. II. B. Sisk. Mis Bessie better than nny livingis person, from were "fryers" nor the least attracI know that once he tive. The aggregation wont from Wright and Ivan Moore, a son of Mr. tho guardianship of his away lawyers he Stanford to Richmond, where thoy John Sloore ,all of JuncUnu City, wilt begin the wnd were billed to play yestcrdny. Severi.so that were painfully injured Wednesday him before the public since has kept al boys he first from Hustonville phiyed with afternoon about three o'clock near huuntcd the cafes of Broadway," the Stanford team, but of course that Shelby City, when a wheel came off was not the cause of their defeat. the mnchine in which they wero ridFair Advertisements. ing. Miss Wiight sustained numer-ou- t Read The Sale "Ads." Your attention is called to the fair bruises, a broken aim and one of her eyes wns very seriously in- advertisements that appear in this isRcud the salo advertisements in jured, while Mrs. Sisk, aside from sue. The Danville fair opens the ball this issue. C. M. Back & Sons, f the farm, other injuries, sustained n broken next week, beginning on Wednesday West End, offer a collar bone. All the icupantrt of the Mid continuing over till Friday. Thc of a mile from Morelnnd car were more or less injured ex- following week the scene wfll change nnd a lot of stock und crops for sale cept Mr. Moore. The machine was to Harrodsburg. wheie on July 27, nt public outcry on Aug. 11th. Tho a Ford und belonged to William 28, 29 and 30 the people will gather farm is an excellent ne, the stock is Trosper, of Junction City. The ac- by the thousands and bread winning ' in good shape und the crops are the cident wns the result of a wheel horses will be tho attraction. Then best raised in that favored section of coming off causing the car to swerve comes the big Blue Grass Fair at the county. Jesse R. Rout und thu to one side and strike n telephone Lexington, Aug. 2 to 7. Read nbout other heirs of W. G. Routt offer for them nil und at tho same time bear sale privately tho fuim of 80 acres pole. in bind .that the fair of fairs will be with 20 acres adjoining near More-lauThis is iintuoved land and in a Brer. Orr Makes Honorable Amends. pulled off at Stanford when the The following from tho Hnrrods- Knights of Pythias hold theirs on fine state of cultivation. burg I.evder shows that Editor Orr Aug. IS, 19 and 20. wants to do the fair thing if his Mr. Sampson Te Build Nice Home. Maxwell Sets New World's Record prnters do get thugs mixed up occaSampson, who lives a few N. , miles W. The recent performances of Max-sionally. Mr. Owsley and his legion south of Stanford, near the of friends hero accept tho npology: well race cur? furnishes just cause Somerset pike, has awarded to Jus. "The Stanford Interior-Journsays for local agent II. C. Carpenter to be II. Pcpples, over a half dozen other wo did Judge Sam Owslov an injus- proud of tho Maxwell design and con- contractors, the contract to build for tice last week by intimating that ho struction. Within ten days one Max- him u y furm home, well won two firsts, Omutia und Sioux that will be a model of comfort and was aguinst n vote on State-wid- e City und u third at the Chicago Derby convenience. The home will have ull Prohibition. The trouble was Hiat tho printer put two of our articles being tho first Americnn car to finish. of the modern conveniences, such as in one nnd we most sincerely beg The entire W0 miles was run at a electrie lights, water woiks, etc. Mr. Judge Owsley's pardon. The Leader speed of over 95 miles per hour with- Sampson will install nn electric light has nothing on earth against him nnd out a mechanical adjustment which system and mnntuin it, something will never uo him on any other can- sets u new record either for American very much out of the onKnary for a didate an injustice if we know It. We or foreign cars. country home. try to run u frank, fair, honost slject Death of Mrs. Susan Tanketrsley. and want everyone to "call us down" Bought Perkins' Coal Business on uny statomont thit is untriw or Mrs. Susan Tnnkarsley, uged 07, Northcott & Tudor, tho poultry unfuir." died in the city hospital at Danville of a complication of troubles. She liv- men, hnve bought the coal business L. Perkins, near the L. & Mrs. Fannie Smith Dead at Richmond ed in tho Hubble section, where she of II. Depot and will contlnuo the business l'nnnie Smith, relict of T. J. was highly esteemed by a large circle Thurmun Tudor will look after the 5Ir. Smith, on of the wealthiest and beet of friends. business, which means thatit will bo died of Rlclunond, known womou well cared fur. Mr. Perkins Is unde Are You Feeling Fit? there Tuesday nfter a brief Nines. Do you onvv the man r woman of cided ns to what he will ciiguce in. She was the mother of Banking Comis hoped that he will not find it missioner Thomas J. Smith nnd was unt ; ., twin, i.i in: body i r.d hap- but it py disposition? All these depend upon necessary to lcavo Stanford. an excellent woman. good health, und good hoaliu .s imSummer Aches and Paias. possible when tho kidneys are diseasFor Hay Fever or Asthma. A backache that cannot be exnkin? Many persons dread July on ac ed. Foley Kidney Pills help tho kidreurt hy fever. Foley s Honey neys cast out poisons that cause back- cd by having "sat in a draft" la mom , end Tar Compound is recognized as ache, rheumatism, und other symp- than likely the result of disordered the idcF.1 remedy for hay fever and toms of dangerous kidneys nnd blad- kidneys. Foley Kidney Pill promptly relieve backache, sore or stiff musMthtaa. Jt heals nnd soothes the raw, der troubles. For sale by ull dealers. cles and joints, rheumatiam.nnd sleep lieepina: throat und euses.tho choking Cen. Cocthals has suggested the distrubing bladder ailments. They put It allays Inflammation und of the; Panama Joint the kidneys in sound, healthy condi-- . asy, natural nbollshmint nnd bririga I ' cathlng. For sale by all dealers. tlon. Fer sale by all dealers. Land Commission., 1 af JE 11 '" T T" T . -:i inum-dinf.-- t m 20-ac- one-four- th d. 1 al ten-roo- two-stor- riwtVv BHWrJaW tf The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, July 14, 1915. Honor Roll Bank. OUR AIMS. The constant aims of the officers and employes of this bank are: To promote the interests of customers just as they endeavar to promote those of the bank. To do all they can to make the dealings of depositors agreeable and profitable to them. To confribute to their enterprises the conservative' cooperation, foresiglrt and timely counsel which strong a bank can properly bestow. To repay their confidence in us by confidence in them. The Interior Journal BAUri.KY. ti"n iM MnM WAI.TOff TotlllCAT, Th jt.WVOlWfTlfE.YM will lie unwelcome news to the peo-nM If 11. MH.l a iu'yii. i kiiiiiimiiiii 11 mII nuiiiu 1a.m. I.V APVAKW jirr u inn uiu 1.00 A TKAR BTRICTI.t who kvo him greatly. It ta understood $tttni Hint the governor will make the movo Knhttd at tSf ftfelet l.5Mril tUit mnil mtitff in ordt-- to Wo clscr to his busrncss 1 1 jimmm r after his term Gov. McCreary has announced that make his homo nt Lexington l 0 office expires. This Interest. Crab Orchard Springs. The register nt Crnh Orchard Springs rhows the following nrrivals C A. HAHHIS, of Merwr Cpunlr. since the Inst list which appeared in VIIAH. C FOX, of Hoj! Ommtj. this paper. The hot weather is driving T. V I'J'UVKAH. vt "tl County. the people to the grand old health IVwnlj. J. H OVVpi.KY, Jr. of nnd summer reyort nnd a delightful 1'et KnilrvnJ Ommloionr crowd is now sojourning there, living mini. YM. T KI.AUt. OJ r.JHir 3 K HKWUXS, of Nlcn County. as It were, on the "fat of the lnnd" CirriQl CUrir fur and Dultrnc in every minute's time JK,MS.I. WKAIIR.V. jilciisnntly nnd profitably: J. Mourn MAKMlAI.Ii C. SKWUSD. ing. .Montgomery, Aln.; Mrs. W. A. I.r ,Vprrfnfiflr '" W (J. MOOCH Tribble, Stanford: Miss Dorothy Trih- lilr, Stnnford; Miss Sudle Pickett, K tlic presddent is to form his opln-In- a Mnysville; Mr. J. C. Pickett, Mnjrn-villthe German reply frm the of L. Cnmpbcll, Lexington; I.ouis opinions expressed by the newspapers Kopf, Phladelphn, Pa.; J. E. Wnddle, nn bo no doubt ns to the na Iiondon; W. T. Browning, Loxington: there libture of the reply wmen wjii itc scm John B. Minnis and wife, of Lexing to the German government, lhc Pres ton; S. R. Richnrdron, of Lexington; will, matter of inionnaiion, Lconles. LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK ident heed as awhat the country nays W. L. Cincinnati; Lexincton: C. F. to Kivc Imps, Jas. L. Birchficld, through the prt-ss-. tie would be un- 'PincviMc; W. S. Strrfckcr, Gcotcc- Stanford, Ky worthy of the pw- trust roucscri Wi town; Miss Mnymc Banks, Hillshoro, him if he did not. At the same time Ohio.; M. C. Good, Louisville; W. 11. the country must and will rememoer Hamilton, Knoxville; Mr. M. C. Snuf-le"CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE" that If as much Uevcftttcu upon inc Knoxville; Jnmes P. Tribble. statement of n newspaper editor ns Stnnford; Jesso B. Hockcr, Stanford; Capital. $100,000; Surplus $100,100. depends up Mr. Wilson's rtnrcmriit, Miss Laura Tuttle. Monticello; Dr. Rcsouiccs $520;-008.00- . have this it wouM not he possible to transpira- and Mrs. K. J. Brown, Stanford; MEISPS op'nion the day after the J. B. Paxlon, Vicc-PrcW. H. Shanks, Prcs. nre Miss hrusun Woods. Stanford: E. I tion of any event.. Newspapers con- ;:Rrt;wn, Stanford; Miss Margnrot J. V. Rochester, Asst. Cashier. W. M. Bright, Cashier. $6.00 NETTLETON'S, nt quick to express opinions. TJie Tilttlo, Monticello; Mrs. George Met- $5:00 WALK-OVER't stant newspaper reader reads the caW, Ueaumont, Tex.: W. W. Phil ns. German reply nnd then turns to t J4.no WALK-OVER'Junction City; K. M. Arnold, Danville; editorial columns to pet the opinion Mnrion Collins, $4.00 WALK-OVER'at. Richmond; W. II. of the editor, and Uhunlly he finds it Crouch, Louisville; Miss Carrie Phil$3.50 WALK-OVER'at even in the same issae of the pnper. lips, Louisville: J. C. Perkins. Bow $2.50 WHITE SHOES, at... Such opinion, coming as it docs in ling Green; II. C. Shipp, Lexington; OVER $1.59 WHITE SHOES, at... many instances from the brain of n .Miss Kllzabeth Higgins, Stanford; trained thinker and swivel chair dip- Mr. 11. y. Loiemnn, Statfonl; Miss lomat, is of necessity Kmily Gaithcr, llarrodsburg; Mr. Huand half baked. Ho- much of bert Cajpenter, Stanford; Mr. and law and usage these edtorial Mrs. Russell Brown, Lancaster; W. C. For Dress or PANAMAS, different tablet, madr of beautiful fine writers know is not certain. In few Rose, Lexington; Miss Duncan, white material, worth $5.00 to $6.00 anywhere, at the (pedal cases (the number, perhaps, enumerJ. R. Pierce, Junction City; does price of . . $3.60 able on the fingers of one hand) B. A. Prewitt, Junction City; Mr. nnd the opinion cmnnate from a mind Mrs. John Hendricks, Lexington, We have them in $3.50 and $3.00 YACHTS and SOFT STRAWS at $2.00 questions in the delicate Mr. and Mrs. Ed Still, Lexington; $2.50 STRAWS, at $1.50 blue pin check, linat issue. Thus comment of the day Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brown, Lexing$1.50 and $2.00. GRADE, at $1.00 after as echoed throuch the columns ton; Chas. Pendleton, Stnnford; John en, palm beach and 1.00 QUALITIES, at . $ .75 fof the press must be discounted ts R. McKInney, Stnnford; Reynolds some extent, thougn we namu me Kissling. Stanford; Chris Cnmcnisch, MEN'S and BOYS' 25c and 50c WORK HATS, at 15c and 35c the khaiki. while that it is the best possible ba- Stanford; J. F. Price, Lancaster, E. jZJEzLi '"'m iBm B press have Dress rometer of the pubic pulse. The r; D. Joseph, Lancaster; J. L. Gill, of the country to the contrary notII. W. Stephens, Cincinnati; in soys the withstanding, Mr. Bryan conciliatory. E. B. Jarman, Cincinnati; J. II. is note Germnn stripe, solid color, Schoolficld, Cincinnati. Ohio; J. $5.00 WALK-OVEbronze, at We wonder iiWr. Bryan is now try- T. Williamson, of Washington, D. $3.50 C; ing to attract attention as being odd. Mason Stone, Jacksonville, Fin.; Jno. greys and with plain and light colored topi, at. . . - $2.75 $3.50 WALK-OVEpapers re Almost without dissent the $3.50 GRADE, at ... $2.50 Lancaster; W. O. serge. gard the German note as impudent McRobcrts, H.igh Reid Foster, King, Stnn$3.00 QUALITY, at $2.00 aggravating. Or is Lancaster; and evasive, even the Remember Wright, Middles-bor$2.50 QUALITY, at $1.75 Mr. Bryan's view that of a person who ford; Mrs. Stanley Miss Minnie Crane, Somerset; $2.00 QUALITY, at "Dutchess" is the $1.50 is better versed and better balanced Miss Miss Edna Pruitt, $1.50 QUALITY, at in regard to diplomatic interchange Martha Sparks, Mt. Somerset; Cecil $1.00 Vernon; of the hour average editor? Mr. Bryan than the Williams, Somerset; Jean Smith, Somhas had unusual opportunity to gain-suc- erset; Jake Bethurum, Miss Margaret when you see a knowledge nnd acquire such Van Logan, is a "Dutchpoise, but is he not subject to Morrow, Lancaster; Mr. of which he ac- New York; Miss Elsie Morrow, Lanthe same bias Warren, Covingess." cuses the editors? Which view are caster; Mr. Joe J.Recnn. Covincton: ton. Miss Mildred we to accept that of Mr. Bryan or Jessie Stephenson, Covington: Frank prices now. that of the newspapers? The answer G. Smith, Stanseems obvious. In the meantime the Phillips. Stanford; W. Stanford; Stith ford; Carl Carter, MAIN STANFORD, KENTUCKY responsibity, nnd a ponderous burden Noe, Stanford; Miss Dorothy Roth-chiit is, rests with Mr. Wilson. It is for Louisville. the devout to pray that he shall be guided wisely. HARRIS CREEK. Edd McCownn was here Monday The travel tour and prize contest after his farm. that the Interior Journal is conduct- looking Allic M. Owens is nt home Miss ing will come to an end at 9 o'clock tomorrow,. Saturday night. All of the after a protracted stay at Morcland. Rev. Shouse will preach here the have worked hard and contestants each is deserving of the capital prize. fourth Sunday in this month at 2 p. 'Only one can win it however, but m. Our new school house has been there are a dozen or more prizes other than the big one, each of which completed and school began (Water Glass.) is worth while. A trip to Niagara Mr. Falls would be mighty nice just at workingCharles aBenedict has been with thresher over in this time f the year, or a visit to Boyle. season when Kentucky's greatest wonder, MamEggs laid away fresh during Miss Fannie E. Gaddis, of Juncthey are cheap will be in perfectly good condition moth toCave, would be worth a great tion City, hasL.been visiting Mr. and any of the young ladies who deal Ga&HJ. are contesting for the prizes. We Mrs. George Miss Joshlin, of Junction will be months when treated with Soc trust that each contestant when the City, hasNettie spendmg several day during the been satisfied with what she gets prizes are awarded Saturday night with friends at this place. co or water glass. Easy to use and inexpensive. and that none will be so foolish as to Miss Emma Shelton mnd Mrs. John say in her disappointment things that Moser, of Louisville, spent the th 10c a can. she would regret on calmer delibera- with Mrs. George Kratzwald. Mrs. to her tion. The management will vouch for home in Bchorner returned Louisville, the fairness of the contest. In fact visit to Mrs. Andy after a pleasant Ashbacher. there is ne reason why it should not Robbers broke into J. D. Stouffcr.'s Miss Eli2xizbcth have been conducted fairly and with- ter, Mrs. Rinkie, Konrader and sis- e store at Richmond nnd secured $45. STANFORD, KY. out impartiality. It is nothing" to the were in Huston-viilTHE REXALL STORE last Friday on a shopping Contest Manager, or tne interior $100 Journal management who gets the Pete Dreisler, of Ind., and The $100 Reward, I prizes. The paper pays for the prizes Miss Katie Dreisler, Peru, Cincinnati, will mdrr of tM ii-- onr lfiv tt) of ill Ifarn tbat tbrr If at who win them to nnd it wants those aMe to rurn In all lu bai good out of them. It has the same home to spend the 4th with tfhat trltfir that ! Catarrfc. llall'a Cat. rib 'uo get the tare, In J. their parents here. to Hit turd fa tti ot)y l"HttT curp iww k(M best feeliijg for each and all of the Mrs. Carrie Rinkie, ef Louisville, Ial fratrroil Vila rr d ifiiig a niftltutkfml voune-- ladies and has but ne regret is the guest iMfrate, requires a titltoUnaratrtatiurPt of her parents, Mr. and HaH Catarrh Cnro'l takrn iitirnallr. act In nnd that it is not in position to take upon tbc blood j and mun'UMirfafi She will re- tlit jtyatrm.- - XLrrthT dltrojlor, ttiM fuunUalkinf ("the last one of them to fh.e great Pan Mrs. John Konrader. turn home Saturday. and crTlne. the if tti dlar( the constitution and ama exposiuon.or give eucn me jinesi Misses Mary Walkcnstofcr, Fran-c- l bulldiii up aatliic p wcik, LeVand piano that money can buy. and Mary Vonboken, of Louis-viH- lura.ki dolnr Jt Its rural Th iroprklorn hav o much falrti la iwtr lo aoj ram-that they STANFORD, KY. tbtt K have been recent guests of Mr. tttr One. Hundred Hollar for falla to rare, tko-- for Uftof ititluxmUU. The jury, which for three weeks and Mrs. Dave Knopple. AddrpM K. J. CHENEY k CO , Toledo, O. Little Leana Rowsoy, daughter of KoM tr U DrufgUta, ttc. listened to the trial of Harry K. Thaw, declared him sane andJustice John Rowsey, of Mt. Freeman, is Take LUU'a Kauill IMKa for conatlpatloo. Hendricks today will give Jus decision very ill with typhoid fever. She is in the case. If he should hold at the hospital in Danville. We were You that the noted prisoner is insane there Kratzwald expecting Mr. Henry nnd Miss Emma Sheltcer ary grv-xinuigiiainm vjbuld 'Do than that caused by Gov. Slaton, of to be united in the holy bonds of The People's Market Place Advei-Yo- u Georgia, when he ccrnmuted to life matrimony on the 4th, hut since Sale At All Times. If you Use What CRUSHED iUtc to Sell value for your money we have imprisonment the denth sentence learning the truth, The wedding has been that hung over Le.o -- "rank, on the groom postponed until fall and the of sewer pipe, etc., will be Joe instead of Henry. charge of killing Mnry Phagan. It is Placed on the bargain counter a lot of Oxfords, W. II. Hlcgins. It Mr. Matthew Dreisler, gave o just received. to be honed that Thaw will be given may prove to the dance on Saturday night in honor of his liberty that he rn mens, ladies and childrens. Look them over FOR SALE. Good nhorthorn bull. world that ho is not only sane nut Louibville friends. Morgan Ueazley, Stanford. that he has not cone so far that he cannot "come back" and yet make a Nice Farm For Sate Privateb. the next time you come in. : : man of himself. That TTiaw is a felWANTED to buy a good driving I deire to sell privately my farm some good impulses, even his of 25 low of horse ulul u good second hand buggy acres, known as the Obe Ant. Granville Lutes. bittetest enemies will not deny. derson place, located in sight of and improved with a Mr. McCheeney is not the only FOR SALE. Auto in fine running. house candidate who can get preachers to tobacco barn,und good big stock or order. Will demonstrate. In use every cribs, hen houses and him at his appointments good pair introduce day. Address Hox 1209. Crab Orchard Kentucky Down nt Shelbyviile the other day a is in good stock scnles on pike. Lnnd Raptiut minister, 02 years old, intro nil in grasssuite of cultivation, most FOR SALE. Second hand Maxduced .Mr. Stanley. Rut why at this in ynrd. A now. Well nnd cistern well runabout. Darguin if told at once. bargain .? sold at one 51-particular time are ministers beinn Terms to suit purchaser. Granville H. S. UauglKnan, Stanford. sought to make introductory bncech- - Lutes, NOTICE. Five per cent penalty meat house, hugjiy house, tool Stanford, R. F." D. No. c. house es when nine out of every ten red WANTED. A secondhand added to school tax on Aug. 4, 1915, and other outbuildings. The farm is you meet insist thut hot democrats roadttei, equipped with electric L. R. Hughes, Tntus., Room 20, over splendid y watered with creek nnd a preachers uhould not mingle in polincvcr-fniliiistutter, etc. II. C. Curpenter. Cli-spring. ne land is in n Lincoln National Dank. Thry Write Every Day. tics? Inconsistency seems to be the high btnto of cultivation. Forty acres I. very day Foley & Co., receive let-- ! approprate name for most of the are n grass and tho rest is being FOR SALE. Lightning hay bailer, FOR SALE Family harness mare, ira.m Krntetul men und women, t'aajj now sojourning on tcrrn firma. It is locuted f mile telling how Foley Kidney Pills cured in good ihape. and will go cheap if harness nnd raddle hnrnem; one harStan?fIcy.ton8 W,n two m ness und nubile pony; one harness Attorney General Garnett has made them of backache, sore muscles, tUff sold at once. M. I0. Lawrence, t. ford, R. F. D. No. and mllo from pony; tire kind and gentle; not afraid pike ut Sam himself unpopular with tho women Joints und other kidney und bladder Helm's. It adjoins the L. Beazley & Co. dining these days of o by troubles. Is very quick to relieve C. M'CIary power of trains and automobile; will trade lands of Sam Helm, R. C. Nunnclley, FOR SALE. Twelve-honand rheumatism due to kidney cattle, sheep or cakh. Lock Hox (.eorge Gudd.s some of equal suffrage. He holds Fairbanks, Morso gasoline engine. for nnd II. F. Martin ami G4.I1 trouble. that the office of State Superintend- record No other remedy has a longer Good as ntw.A. W, Carpenter, Moie-lan- 101. U a most desirublo place. W. I) of cures. For sale by all dealers ent of Schools is a constitutional one Routt otforK for k.iIo in ,.,....., f i... I Ky. 6C2t. und that women cannot vote thereadjoining this nronertv. Thl in,wi i. FARM FOR SALE. for, as they do not possess the cona part of tho original tract, lying on "Tess of the IVUrbcyvilleV g FOR RENT Sly home place, For tho purpose of dividing the stitutional requirements for suffice. Mrs. Fiske, in motion pictures, ...w o.wu 20 acres, seven joom house i, , unnnprovcil, but of W. G. Routt, deceased, we Women may be a little short in that at the opera house last night, was i.-Mrs, M. A. Govcr, for sale privately the farm of 80 Is In a t'ood etnto of rnltivnti, line, but they are so long on all other great. The next big attraction will and largo barn, Ky. 57-t- f. urtlier ncies. IMS lurin lias on it a goou f... ... particulars call on J. R. Routt. requisites that that little discrepancy be the "Trey o' Hearts," starting Crab Orchard, ur ueorge ll, Koutt, UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER miuht be overlooked by the erstwhile residence of seven room:, two porchMonday night. ' ..... i.' FURNITURE FOR SALE. I will es and cellar, cistoin ut door in good Morcland. Kv. Thn n Furniture fiuVlH, Rubs. Furd- - gallant Attorney General. UNBErTTAKErt AND EMMLMEI at my residence in Crab Orchard on repair. Residence has Just been paint- found on the premises. ture Extktmm far all Klmta sen my ed and in good repair. Good framo A Keystone Comedy will lie shown Saturday attcrnoon, July Paiolcd Prisoners are liable for pol .I A .llltltliolAk fflH PtitM 117. HM PIMM N. TO T.. 0? Stick tax, according to an opinion given by each Monday with thu "Trey o' household unu juicncn lurnnure. barn, 50x40 feet In first first class C6-condition. On the place are hen house, 'Chicago, is dead. PHONE 41 STANFORD. KY. Attorney General Garnett. Mis. W. I Walker. Heaits." TFOM, KENTUCKY. Jl nothnrttt to JjilrtW Ihc '.follow w it c iA1MIm .for off ft. wl to IVmocrll prltiuf, An, im, Jorr ji. r'"" c; - Owing to the cold late Spring and the continuous wet weather in June we find the trade did not buy as erally 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. Special L ow p rices LOW SHOES y, s. ::::;::: "J STRAW HATS tc The Dutchess Pant Work - - inter-naton- nl Lcx-ingto- erl i. For the we worsted (M . Lnn-caste- WOMEN'S LOW SHOES blue o; pant pant it Reduced McRoberts & Bailey STREET ROBINSON'S d, socco. the Winter New Serial Beginning at the Opera House 5 Cents. tn !! MONDAY. Go To lO Cents. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Farris' For Your ROUT & MARTIN, Concrete Engineers, l iltfT-ctl- pttlentp-trenft- w e, -- Garden Tools and Seeds.... Estimates on AH Classes of Work. Block Work A Specialty. STONE For Great Variety And Prices Right. want Here's What Want er CAR-LOA- D C5-'J- Wall Paper, Mattings, Druggets. Our Line Is Very Complete. . CC-'J- e, six-roo- m W. E. PERKINS C2-4- L tf CO-l- PENCE J. HILL, Stanford. J. tf B D2-t- d. 6C-3- W onc-hnl- 1- much-desire- d lum-bag- e d, feu-turi- ... nii, z, DO-lr- " htCXZJL -- 55T?(WflM jp ;;- - - rv 5?r ' "J frrqr w?w Tfce Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, July 16, 1915. MIDDLEUURG. 1 Mr. and Mr. II. K. Swopc, Mntki-kury- , nro with their rinuRhter, Mm. V. T. Dye. There wan a children' servica nt, Grove Sunday. Several perMim from Yoremllo attended oud report n tjood time. 011U for hotter wenthcr. It wnfl talked here 11 few day no that (Incur I'atr, of Liberty, would tie n rimdidutu for tho Democratic nomination for Cironrt Clerk. George Lay, thr, popular McKiu-nc- y hotid keeper, came down Satur-d:r- y and brought John Q. Uowland, who It in u low Mtato of health at prexent. Our communication Hil week is m.ido up Ktrgcly ef political mention, which will liKeiy ho uninteresting to many of yours reader hut it wjih or pnthing. Mrs. M. H. Judd, of Lexington, mid her ulster, Mm. Hubert Ciuihey, of (icoigia, armed liml vseek mid are spending a few day with (heir mother, Mm. Mary U. l'ogte. the Hup-lis- t At n Imalnw meeting of McWhor-te- r, chureli Saturday, W B. J. K. Cotfey, L. S. Tap.ott, 1. S. lletifon, Mint's Minnie l'ike, lliiney iiml Mr. S.ilcim Jones were delegates to attend the iippuuitctl annual meeting of lite South Ken tucky Amoiiatioii at Kuliank in AuItev. lxither Young, pastor of the Jm Cnrmtlan ihim-- h at lusoniito, .M. Wiceuted the mrwio of Kev. D. ker, of Suiiilortl in a pro acted meeting to lie heU in October, Kev oung mi displayed good judgment tn ttie holection of Kev. Walker Joi thin work. . lleagle WIed his H,r l!cv. J. pointmeirf. heie Saturday and Sunday, lie Is hmt winning the hemt of the people here by hm earnest and able discourses. Iho attendance at Hundiiv School Stuidny morning wu.i 10'J and efforts are being made to have It go lurfiu. DemocrutM liere nro boosting Hev. for the republican I. II. Ilacliett Representative. They nomination for know Rev. Hntchett to be an honest old man, one Aat will not bo Iwl by the dutateH of the leaders of his as we have no candidate, we can boost whom we please. If the deinocratu are wise they will vote to nominate II. V. McChcsncy for Governor. A few whisky democrats would petlups scratch him in' No ember, but ttt.it. would be more than offset by republicans who will not mipport Morrow. Stanley's whisky record 111 Congress Is too much for tmiperiHice democr.rts to su allow and it is nblut time he was finding it out. Andie Ilastin, the 11 ear old non of Cephas Uustin died Thursilay afternoon from the affects of an ope.i-lio- n performed a few hours before. Some months ago the bor.c of his right leg became affected nnd Iwgan wusting away muUng nmputatinn nccoMiry. Thtindrty mmning Drs. Jackson and Smith, of Danville, came down and they witk Dr. C. . Creech performed the operation, but death came to his relief only a few hour, later. It seems that democrats hero nro slow to make up their minds as to who to vote for in tnu nice for the minor state offices. As for us it ide makes but lrttlu difference, ftem the office of Llvutcnent Governor and Secretary of State, ror theee offices we will vte for Hon. James D. Mack and our old friend, V. 1" Walton and urge our frineds to do likewise. They are the most men tto'w out and we want to ee them honored. pol-Itic- H Tho ruin continues to como nnd nro spoiling In tho shock. Cutting of meadow are bcinn dclnycd Henry M. Boswortk the Strongest Candidate for. the Democrats to Nominate for Governor i.S'jn ft.. 1 the national joy smoke Prince Albert is such good tobacco you feel like you could 1 just eat the smoke! 1 a UeeBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH Yes, sir, P. A. puts a razor edge on your that s nobby enough to be photographed! No other pipe and cigarette tobacco can be like Prince Albert, because smoke-appetite-divisi- on hU no other tobacco can be made like Prince Albert. The patented process fixes that and you or any other man ever did roll and put1 the fire to! Men, we tell you to wise up. P. A. is crimp cut and stays put which means rolling P. A. is as easy as falling off a log. And it's good to remember P. A. is put up in the toppy red bag especially for you) "rollers." Sells for the price of a jitney ride, 5cJ Now, will the "pipers" kindly open both ears? Here's tobacco that has made it possible for three men to smoke pipes where one smoked before! Any way you hook it up, Prince Albert is' tobacco insuranoe ! Yes, sir, it guarantees gs a If qQJiulilHZ JI1W11MBPPMWMleleaeMMBMBPB HENRY M. BOSWORTH. HIS NOMINATION ,.. INSURES SUCCESS TOR THE PARTY VEMRER. IN NO- - HAS RECORD FOR LOYALTY TO DUTY UNEQUALED HE CAUSE OF THE PEOPLE AND FORCED CORPORA-TIONTO COME OUT INTO THE OPEN IN ASSESSMENTS. CHAM-PIONE- D S PARLOR GROVE. Mr. John RoJgera threshing is in this neighborhood. Mr. Jvrnmo McCoy, of Dry Ridge, lrited friends here fast week. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Ellis wero Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. The farmers are being bothered In tending and towing inelr croiw by the Iicay rainfall. Mr. Fred Gooch, c McKinney was n visitor at the homo of Jarrett Johnson last week. Ms Ma 7.1 e Hraswcll has returned from n pleasant visit with relative? nt King's Mountain. Mr. Hays Perkins, of Greenwood, visited his sister, Mrs. A. W. Jones the first of the week. Mrs. Will Reynolds and baby aro veiling Mrs. Reynold's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wesley Sims. Mrs. Silvan White accompanied her father to Letcher county, where she will visit relatives. The M'liool in this neighborhood opened Monday, July l'Jili, with the uwial number of .pupil. Mr. Saunders, who is teaching Uie Green Hrmr school spent Monday night with Mr. Henderson Goff anil family. Mrs. Leenuni Singleton is visiting hei parents, Mr. and .Mrs. M. J. Morgan, while her luisbnud is in Illinois on business. Mrs. Elmer Morris nnd daughter, Mnigery, called on Mrs. Wm. Hell, Jr., nnd daughters, .Misses Lulu anil Violet, Tuesday of last week. Mrs. Whitnker and daughter, Maiy and Mis. Ciril Whitnker, of Cynthi-mm- , are the guests of W, F, SiniB nnd Kelt. ' Realizing that to insure Democrat- state as above mentioned. Rccnuse of at the General eleotion in this nition upon his part he now has November, that tho very West man arrayed against him the powerful corporate influences, and Micy are obtainable maft be placed at the resorting to every subterfuge to tire ticket. Democrats of eliminate him from the race. They head of Kwilncky arc flocking to the stand- are even endeavoring to lead the peoard of Henry M. Rosworth, who has ple to believe he is rot in tho race; made a recerd as a State official un- that tho nice is between two of the counted by any. The fact that Ros- other candidates, but despite, their worth rs the only candidate for nom- depornte efforts be is being recogination upon whom all factions of tho nized as the leading candidate party can unite, after the pitmnry throughout the state, and as the logielection in Airguit, nud tHat ho has cal man for the Democratic party to been suppnrVl tWroiTymut his cam- place at the head of its ticket this paign by Democrats who think more fall. When, as Sheriff of Fayette counof their party and its principles than of securing eflice, na's. rusidcrcd it ty, he performed hts iJuty by going imperative that thewwho have been into a railway coach crowded with endeavoring to hnJVie rank aid file Republican soldiers, am: nrrestod efinslng, Caleb Powers, charged with the murof the party to go inin-horally to hkn. ,h was recder of Governor Gor His advocacy of the people making ognized us a man of sterling qualifithe platform of tlw party, instead of cations and character and one needattempting to dictate Hie principle ed by the people of the state. He was uiori which the candidattw must run, then elected Treasurer and through has placed him above, the petty of- the trying, panicky times oS a Repub fice seeking class of candidates, and lican administration kept the staW his record as sheriff, tivusnrwr and out of dubt by his astuteness to fi Auditor Isu ikon en conVlu.iToly tli.si uanoinl affairs, and now, whun the he is a constructs e M;tlgmurii nnd is tate is in such sore straights finan me man that ricmmfty s isniiy cially and commercially he U to aim in neeils nt the' head of her uffam dur- "be called upon to champion the cause ing the coming foils year, of the rank anil file of the people. As Auditor, Henry M. Rosworth Rosworth's declaration thnt he is n proved he possesses the qualification Democrat and will stnnd upon a to fill the exulted pomtion of Gocr-no- r. .Democratic platfoim mad by the During the three years he has people, and the fact that he is cleanas Auditor he has collected handed, against whom no one can -, 108,077.4 more in revenue, the hurl criticism, has made him the most of which was paid by corporate Moseo for Demucrncy this year. interests, thnn any of his predecesRosworth has tho endorsement of sors did for the same length Rev. J. W. Porter, the only Demo and would have had old Ken- cratic of the Anti- tucky clear of the debt, which was Saloon League, who says; "His tern- left by the Republican administra- pwrnncu sentiments arc nil I could tion, but for the creation of new ap- ask," and the genuine temperance propriations by the two last General Democrats will support him solidly. Assemblies, which failed to make any If the Democrats want to win" in projsions to take euro f Uw.-- o ap- November and uphold the hands ol propriations. Unlike ntiy of his pred President Wilson irtnl be nssuied that ecessors, who dared not attack the tho affairs oftlie state will bo adminmethocN of asscsMiicnt of cornorn- - istered for the benefit of the neonlu. tions, he demanded that tho cornoia- - and that the people's wishes in every tons pay their share of the taxes, and regard win tie rnuicw out, Henry M as a result has ligtheued tit. bunion Rosworth is the only mnn to be noni of the tmnHer of the state, inntod for Governor. Hlizahethtown oy increasing the icvenue of the News. ic success $1 And that line of conversation is 24 kt, whether II you play P. A. in your 1 p old iimmv nine or roll it i ne loppy rca oag, c jnto & making cigarette. il For you can put your little old O. K. right here that Prince Albert is a for a single admission regular double-headas joy'us to your tongue and taste one way as the other ! "Will the " rollers " kindly step forward for a spell and get some of this listen into their systems? Because Prince Albert certain and sure jams more joy into a makin's paper than ever before was figured up on two hands ! In the plain language of the hills, you can't any more resist such makin's tobacco than a bullfrog can pass up a piece of red flannel ! Because P. A. hands to you everything any cigar tte roller ever dreamed-ou- t rare flavor, and aroma, and mildness, and body; absolutely the best bet the best smoke PIPE AND KrtRETTETODACCO I J blue-pencer w If removes the tongue-bit- e and throat parch I Let that digest! your future as well as your present smok-in! And just makes your tongue so jimmy pipe joy'us that your smoke appetite grows whopping big. You men who "dassn't," we Because-thersay you go to P. A., natural-lik-e isn't a bite in a barrel of this national joy smoke. Unlimber your old jimmy pipe ! Dig it out of the dark corner, jam it brimful of P. A. And match ! make fire with a Me-o-m- y ! WSm fJW Yea get acquainted with Princ Albert in the toppy red bag, 5e ; or tidy red tin, 10c, bat for tho double you bay a cryttal-gla- ss pound humidor. And then you're sett You see, it has tha top and keeps h P. A. at the highett point of perfection. Prince Albert is also sold in pound nnd' half' pound tin humidors. sponge-moittener top-notc- fi Miall if R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Wimton- - Salem, N. C. The tidy red tin, 10c Going to Close Out THE ENTIRE STOCK THE GREAT .MONEY TO LEND.- On Farms in Sums of $2,000 and up. Easy Terms. Apply to til I M Slaughterin Prices BEGINS Bromley & Bromley The Insurance Agents Stanford, Kentucky. SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1915 COME ONE COME ALL er nt LYON'S STORE BUSY CASH J W TAYLOR, Manager. THE GRAY ENGINE The Best Gasoline Engine Made. Handy For Farm Use And Simplicity Itself. Gall and See It. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION Warner & Bower, Stanford, Ky. tax-pay- CINCINNATI ROUND TRIP and RETURN Sunday, july isth. Try The T. D. NEWLAND Opposite the Court-House, $1.50 101 FROM JUNCTION CITY SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5i3S A. M. Aik Ticket Agent for U. C. KING. Dain Sweep Rake , Minter nnd families. Hundley' ami niothcr-ki-laMrs. Kbright were ki Cincinnati last week, where Mrs. Kbright received treatment for her eyes. Mrs. A. H. Wylio nnd children were cnVcd to Science Hill by the of her mother. They returned last Sunday, her mother being kome-whDell Mr. J. C. Wants to sell you an Ice Cream Freezer and Refrigerator. Also your Groceries. Phone us. No. 168. Particulars l'Wr and Ticket Atftnt Eaat Main St., Lexington, Ky. For Handling Hay Easy. Can Move Without Loading on Wagon. at E.T. PENCE. Stanford, Ky. p-SsK- Improved. Sunday School is progressing nicely. Uy tho aid of box socials nnd enough money has been raised to paint the church outside nnd partly enough to decorate the interior. The work will be commenced soon. Miss Vesta Sims delightfully entertained thirty or forty young peo-pi- n from this neighborhood, Chestnut Ridge, Ruck Creek nnd Saturday evening. Music nnd games weie in order and all enjoyed the evening very much. They Write Every Day. Hveiy day Foley & Co., receivo n from grateful men nnd women, telling how Foley Kidney Pills curod them of backache, soro muscles, stiff joints and other kidney and bladder o troubles. Is very quick to relieve and rheumatism duo to kidney trouble. No other remedy has a longer lecord of cures. For sale by all dealers let-terlum-bair- PAY DAY U here again and if ever we ride In an auto of our own, and tain our commercial standing and beep the wheels of commerce ing, our friends will have to giveus a "puth." mainmov- CH9--fThe 1 Tin-platTin-platTin-plattight-coate- d h ra.i;tt;urtniifflsva four dwlgns of Coitriglit Metal Shingles at hown above arc made in any of the following way: and pamted Red. e . Stamped from and painted Creen. e 2. Stamped from protew, and Galvanized by a e 3. Stamped from Galvanized Sheet!. 4. Stamped from ipecial Each and every genuine Cortright Meial Shingle i embowed with thii e Trademark, " Cortright Reg. U. S. Pat. Ofl." For Sale by ,. . . liand-dippin- g .A - HKjaj-aaa-l Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made hit name famous all v.r the United State knd Canada. at Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. Fer treatment of Human Diseases. Days' Ticitracat. HaiU-- 45 Dakota Jack's Cowboy liniment Dukbta Jack's Crcrae Soap. I'ncc 10c. 3 bars bMLLBiH i'naB(E4kwl'lJsr is now pat due and as soon as Your account amounting to $ you mail your check for this amount we will promise to mail it to the other fellow and keep the commercial wheel moving, ride in autot and be happy. Try It pleaie, and take a ride with u. Punley's Indian t.00 35c Z5 W. H. HIGGINS, -- Stanford, Ky. DAKOTA JACK The Norlhwcttcin Coo buy PURSLEY'S INDIAN HERBS All on salc at Shurjars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Dakota Jack's Home Address; Atlanta, Cav ohcoinmoh or .WILL STONE, Stanford, Ky. EZB MVli-- - I .' if. . (V s. irt rt . fc .. f4(- L T" 'n..r t"1 JfSi 'WWW "'.a I .. CC l? ief The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, July 16, 1915. HON. An Mercer County Fair At Harrodsburg, July 27, 28, 29 and 3Q Kyv Greatest Fair and Horse Show in Kentucky m 4 Plenty of Dinner and Distilled Water on Grounds Liberal Premiums in All Rings Write for Catalogue Good Music Two Bands I John Dunn, President Si5 Clell Coleman, Secretary j liand o BLUE GRASS FAIR (Incorporated) Lexington, Kentucky Aug. 2nd lo 7th, 1915 $20,000 WAY up in the mountains of Western North Carolina are the beautiful and attractive resorts of Asheville, Black Mountain, Hendersonville, Brevard, Lake Toxaway, Saluda, WaynesviHe, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. A 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 31st, via SHOWS IN PREMIUMS-$20,- 000 MUie. DeVONDA and BALDWIN Lady Artist in the Thriller Act Triple Parachute Leap from One Balloon. THREE RUNNING AND TWO HARNESS RACES EACH DAY A WEEK OF FUN AND SPORTS N THE RUTHERFORD GREATER 20 Special Cars WEBER'S PRIZE 300 People OF BAND AMERICA SENSATIONAL FREE ACTS Southern Railway of the South' I GREAT SHOW RINGS AT THE CAPITAL THE HORSE WORLD, i i alowed at all points. Three special Low Rate Excursions will be run during the summer. Ask for details. Stop-overs OF : REDUCED RATES ROADS ON ALL For futl. reformation see Ticket Agent, Southern Rajlway.or write B. H. Todd, District Passenger Agent, Louisville, Kentucky. FOR ENTRY BLANKS OR INFORMATION, ADDRESS John W. Bain, Sec, LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY Rex Coal Black Star A Car of Lehigh Just Arrived Black Crescent All hot, No We have just unloaded a car of Lehigh Portland Cement at our warehouse. If you are 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. free burners soot, few ashes LIillWiCEMENT has been used on many of the largest municipal and paving contracts throughout the country a good test of its reliability. , It will give you the best satisfaction, in your concrete work. Come in and let us figure on your requirements. FOR SALE BV REX COAL YARDS H. L. PERKINS, Prop., ,( Successor to E. B. Denham J. H. BAUGHMAN &. CO. (0 REMNANT DAY Visit It.,-alitoni-ki at Sanders JULY 14th, 1915 ASK AUOUT THE RUBY BALL BEARING SEWING MACHINE TO BE GIVEN AWAY, AUGUST 2nd. SPECIAL PRICES ON -- ALL PRODUCE. t : I I : t : L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. DAVIS' STORE. CLAUDE B. TERRELL. W. L. dmndlcr sold two fine tho primary election l ilruwini of ivear the democratic voter of (Srnvei harw to W. n Hurton, rounty urn bciiinninjr to cant about for $4fl0. for the most nuitnWe re mi to nomiT. ('. Manuel, who hm Veen qulto nate for the ofTlce of Stnto Treasur sik for u Iohk tkne stilt reman er. abo.lt the same. Ver little nttcntbh ro firr hast of Davwi-poi- t, Mrs. Maipiret been paid to this f ::.! although nil Vnh is iUliifr her parents, important o'ie hut In the pnt week llev. ami Mm. J. it. i.mnRnon. or .o the name of Hop. Claude II. John Kldd nnd family, of (Jnrrnnl Ol) Terrell of Trimble county, l.i beln-iilii' relnties In this section M llryant llrown nnd Mrr. Kthel to become very popilnr iimonir are visiting huckleborries frr n past 'W'nte nic the mirths f Irc. Iilr the democratic ter of (!nve nnd picking is n lnrj'u crop of berjThnmp.ton. county for thU Important atutu tick time as Micro ries this year. .MirI cu Ada Thompson was Uc .ft. kWIci two rattK-snnk- es A. J. Manuel guest of tier mint, .Mr, .lolin An'der-fo- n . AHUouRh Mr. TivrruH He piob-ablIn his tinrn Inst Tuesday and :ili0 talles loin here in Trimble on .Stimlny. Mr. I. A. Smith nml chr.drcn vis- count', yut tbcre -- re IhiihImmIk of i4i tbo same day W. F. Ijine kllleil ited hor rnotlwi, Mm. Abbott, of Vieoptc in thifi county who Know .Mr. ono on thu Otlnnlieim pike, near this Woodstock Inst week. rrarrcfl nnd immy moto who ale fa place nboiil three feet Ionj. Mis- - Hlrdle Graham hns rati nod bnllar with him hi nx nlilu Democrat A. J. Miiinirl. Jr., of ('nmird, fill to Sit. after ipcnih'Mg n ween nnd n friend af the jreat nomaion ed hU appointment nt l'inc (irovo Sunday with n larcc crowd to hear v o with hor parents. people. They know that he han lieen n him n he is one of the proflchcra Mis Idn Smith liled tier mint. Snt-triMix Daisy Smith of Pulaski lnt the leni'daturo perhaps Hlmt is bnclted by the divine spirit y night nml Sunday. 'tltree llmen and Imis been eleied and he is only about 2K years old. Mmid Mrs. Ilirnm Thompson speaker uf the lower hnu.e twlcr Some of our iltirens here ilnlrn cu the gucui of tholr ikiughler, wlllvoul opposition: ney know that llmt thi uiiUiiunl wet setisoni is catiH- SalVe Murrtll ln't Tuoiimy. M; re w liorn and flowite! !n Kei. fil b" the l!iiotpean vrr uifn mi Ik. it n tu'lf made mini, miauv Ids kuiis nnd others cxploiavus Mi. Smith. f Woodstock. tttrk.. liMH nlu-iiLand Mis Fannie Adams, of this place nnd lieii h tlriliM workoi which broiiKht nlmut by thu Jar and Wtrv UH11UII in IIMIillIKU on JlllV ISl. for the ilrmoiiatir porty; tliey know conrisfloii condene the itlr into -- V. In a man af falriTC!, broiuhiMmldl W. Hrork. be it ilu tome .f Hew moi.tuie. 'i he "room i the on of Mr. and Mr. nnd it libwNil in bin vivwn not only to (.irf-iSmith nnd iho brMe i the Drmocmts, but to Rcptwillinina; tluu .TIItr.D, worn-ou- t AND .iitrriiw daughter f of Mr. Jama fenuw tlut he in n public-tplritcMISERABLE very fortunate man an tat v.liiN m the lorixlatiMo Adam. Mr. Smth. N Win motimireo llmt ii winning Mich n iovcly yunc tody lie ruppoctvil I'eoplr ' In- - help nmte. lid a tendenry to lirnefi the mnjori Mnriy SliMford ditfon. 1h TWs Con ty of th t4iplu; thoy l:nc.w that hi i a itrenl inonn to oduiatlon ami i. MT. SALK.M. t Hichter for gnod nudn, (fiiml Tr- - health of till tevm it r.cUy There in In tie rwet for many a Hd- e Itrorala and a (fi'errJ ludlft in tae sulierer vi. in at this writinr. tlwy know that tinniilfn tiv n .t?Ue; My in Adnma wai rtt JMddle- The krJnev Mi ffft conirai'ed, ie, lexlflative d'ltieii he t fittil ' ami nni 'ful. ' weak, ne dry ln pt.tev. ihev 'now Flhraneo McWhoiter o'her impsrtitnt I'rinary imam! nro eftfln Irrciru- F'iend of he baa" and itwtreaaini. won ciy mm it in iiour oi thut for h nnmlic rtw ..'eam n mujirtier of l'i boad of trui-tee- a Inr In sufferer, tired, wwn.out; de- hir iVtli. Lexof tho State I'maenxity nl preaatHl. Mi. Arnold Sim who lmk tieen ovr ington nnd tlmt lie hn taken un uo--t y Woafc kiilnnys need quick help .it Da ivrMv at sork, en me home i i part in the comluct of thai Kraut New! a aprclal khlnoy remeiy. nielli. institution; thoy know s Naiicy MeKinney ptve a uvrty educHtionnl Moan's Kldnev Cilia have itood the Saturday nicht in honor of Mr. Jtar that if he in uominuted mid elected to tp-- t tire office of State Trfnturcr that son. of Cincinnati. lt:ie jtroeii tholr merit to thiiif-aniThe rain Ims done mi much dnm-ok- c tlvoy can be assured that the affair ff kidpey Mifft-- .. to the crops that the fainiors tire of that offiie will be londutUd Tan liny Stnnford reader doubt (aw. nnd nicorrttntr to very much diHivnitened. this evidence? Snce thoe peort have liyeunt Mr. Jiuuin Mnrson. of Cincinnati, W. II. Mershon, pike, hi, life Stanford, Mi)1!: "I wa !atiiratr some Mattie Itirr frmllinr eitmnth wifh him mid has been Kiiest of Mi tiou'tlod ton, who has prove r a moil delight they now kliov that it is riht nru lime ago by an tirute nttavk ot ri pieper that hi public service should fill hostess. rompkiint. My bad: aflttd by iininiuntlnc nnd lie continued The children of Mr. S.tllle and I had iinina through my gathered nt lier home SunJay clcctini; him to ttiM administration loiuc I flt languid nnd tired easily. hirth-dnoffice. July 4th ,Vo celebrate her i I used Doan'n Kldr.ey I'illR and they Alt of thco tliinprs bein tiuc, iiin fixed me up nil right, the second box There were fle of her children present and her uster, tru. Mar frunds nhould not te nuiprixod that prncticnlly curing me." Mia !':itti.n!0N. and niece, Mis. Ijw-.'cnc- c lie will carry (Irniea county by a Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't Mnyfield Mcj- Coleman, nnd teven vrttndrliit-dren- . h .ndmtnc majority ask for a kidxey rernedv--gthere wn an extra iilnner senKcr. i)onn's Kidney Pills the wuno tlmt prepared for the ocension, and nil reMr. Merahon liatl. Foiter-Mllburported a line nnd enjoynhlc time. We GLAD SHE TOOK B7-Co., Props., Ilufftilo, - V. all join in wUhintf her many more FRIENDS' ADVICE uch birthdays. A Good Man. Mrs. Catherine Meyer Find. Ho. Col. W. P. Walton, thut veteran BLAIN'S GAP. Democrat, who has fought the txtttlti Lief From Debility In Mr. O. I.. Martin is near Stimford of the party for the xut thirty Tanlac. on business this week. year; nnd who is one of In bust Mr. Luther Mason, of Mid.lletown. the State Ohi, has recently been tho Ku"t of Louisville Ky., July 15. Many known otll tors inthe intercutwas here Wcdnwadny m of his Mi? Grace Jones. women suffer trom wuggirHinoM ami candhkiry for Secretory of State. It Mr. and Mrs. Luther Rash are re- depression without .elng able to find joicing over the arrival of a bouncing relief from a condition wiilili mey is not the policy of the Mercury to tako sides in primary politics, hut boy nt their home. know to ,bc unnatural. One ot tnem Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Jonei nml little who did fiml relief is Mm. Catherine where it runilidate is o well fVttcd granddaughter attended the meeting Meyer, of IVM6 High street, this city for the office to which ho apiro, we can not rcsint showing our color nt McKinney Friday night. She Mid recently that he had rcco-erefor once, nnd urging out raiders to F.llcn Mrs. Mattic It nod nml Mi from n condifion of nervous the enndidnncy of Col. Walton Hall, of Science Irill, were the cuetr through the use of Tantnc, the gie consderntion it dicenes. When a the of Mrs. 0. I Martin lnt week. peerless preparation. hns fought nliantly In the Robert nnd Willie liflnn, of Indin and felt tired if I soldier "I was anapolis, wera the K"ets of MHses made the least exertion, :ne fald "I ranks for years, ns bus Col. Walton, he ileservtvi the promotion he hecks Grace nnd Luna Jones last week. was melancholy nnd nervous. Any anil wo believe the spirit of unusual noii startled me. My diges-tim- i for which Kontuckinns nro fnUnc-i- i noted, BEECH GROVE was poor, and I couldn't sleep will promnt the voters of the l)emo-erntjDavis iV spendiatr the well. Miss Bertha parly to "Finally 1 became interested in .promotion. When cc that he got that week with her sen. in, Mrs. Anna iut Tanlac ami rent to the drug store for cil nfter the nameyou W. your stenShaw at Crab rchrd. P. Walton , a Dottle of It. as soon as I negui. you may lie sure youof Hos-kiSidney Mises Hett are voting for it taking it I got bettur. Now I sleep man. and Mrs. Mniar Mraw visited Ars. inriisio .Mercury. saundly, and have recovered from my Lizzitt Hobertfan .Sunday. nervousness and Miss Anna Klara 1ms just returned Notice To The Public. Mrs. .Meyer's experience l not un from a pleasaat visit to her cousin, usual. Women often Tho undersigned committee of th.. suffer from n Miss Sallie Klaai a'f Spainey. tired, MluggUh fooling without know Lincoln Final Court, will receive Mrs. Florence Kunnedy and little ing the why of it. They arc ofter sealed bids for the building (oxclueivc son, littlph, of InAanapolis, are whicli has lnon let) (.subject too, lo depression and melan of her sister, Mrs. Edd Stitr-U- l. choly. here .Mrs. Meyer found re- of a warehoioc for machinery, und u lief, others irtiy. Siie Is one of bun wotk house, under the name roof, on Notice To The Public. dreds who have girnii voVinlary te the lot belonging to the county on DeOn accoitat of Wir hitfh "aitor, etc., pot street, in St'anfoid. ui luuiac. the working of the rest of the roads of tunny to trie vuiue be hail in Stanford Tho plans and specification Tnnlac can now nr? the ounf . .id no fdins- - uf tlaiins fir nt the Penny drug store. now" on frle in the office of the Coun57-same has been extended to Sept. 1st. ty Attorney. It must be renumbered that not more Fust. Hids for tho hultdinrr com. PARLOR GROVE. than tix days will he allowed for plowplete, fiom the foundation up win be Mrs. Murl Singleton is vniting hei received, ing nnd hauling on each road. !. II. tine conrtructUn of the fC-- 2 parents. Cooper, county clerk. foundation Ims been let, and is now JIiss Kthel handers is taking muic under way.) Tho contractor to fur An Allurement. froai Mrs. J. C. Hundley. nish nil mateiial and lalior. Mrs. Vircie Whittter, of Cynthi- Second. -- Ilnls for all framing, "I believe," said the impatient man, doora, windov.s xAsh, window fniman, as he put aside tfie telephone, "that iiiiu, is visiting her paientH. MinH Maud .McCurry ha reumed liiling doors, mid all otimr uoors. I'll go fishing." sior flying "Didn't know you cases! for fNh- - home after making hormink! an visit. hnrdwuie, and all lumber to be uiod Mrs. A. II. building wtme "";' don't ordmnrily. Hut it's the on trip to Science Wileyto tee her mother in the laid down will be received, on or Hill to lie on the ground ly chance I liav of finding myself at who is quite sick. oeforo August 14. Mr. A. II. Wiley, wife nnd ihildren Third. Hids to furnish iron roofthe end of a line that isn't busy. spent the evening at Mr. and Mrs. J. ing, und iron tiding, ns per quality ('. Hundley's Friday mglrt. NOTICE. pucifted. Misses Luln and Flossie Waddle The subscribers of thu Ilutttonville Fourth. Hids for nil framing lum guests of Mises" Gertrude nor. Tolsphonu Co., nra requested to meet WMik! the f Thi.t-.aulgiit. Fifth- .- Hids for all material to bo at INistonville Saturday, July 17th a anil May Hundley W still in IlWillie McK. Hundley 3 o'clock V. M., to consider; whether J.ed in the building to be laid down linois, lie writes that ho likes fine )ii the ground. or net they are wiling to btantl the be rnto tecently imposed. A Sub ir'l don't kow when he will Sixth. Hids for Nil carpon-a- r work, bo-- t. home. and for all work to be dona on Hie scriber, building, Thu lommittee will receive bids un del cath of the above bonds. Illdi will bo lueeivrd unlll t' kloik noon, July 21, HMG. in uctoaaiiil bidder will be Wired lo oxeuto a bond with good -- ecurity.lfnr the faithful porformnnco of Ins (ontruct. Tht lommitloo rehorvea the right to Action in the Tissues of a Remarkable Aniidoit icje t nnv und nil bhj. bo expected Hit tonlrtietar will to bepin work Augii.t 1st. and same to he completed within u ronkonable imp to he Hgreed upon by tr.e committee nnd tho contractor. W. M. Fields, J. L. McKoo Uiffe, MT. ZION. Mr. Hrynnt llrown wns in Casey lost week. Horn, to the wife o Wm. Thomp run ii fino boy. Horn, to the wlfc of John Wiillln. n flue baby boy. The Hutu son of Mr. am! Mrs. j(m (llo Murrell linn liven quite ill. Mii (Irate Griffin, of Mt. Vornnn, ill lure staying with Mrs. Ma Thomp I . dU y li nK-m- r - . r d con-lin- or-tir- -,r kiioi Sut-urua- H 1ijii-e-tl- ron-Man- ct ri 1 run-dow- e -- Rii-kr- ns "".' t 1 My sieries of Rheumatism Practically Solved -- i- CLay(t-lBiS8- l W. S. Hurch. ETSBCTy opportunity for educational Don't miss the wonderful A jjjy ii and pleasure travel afforded by the Panama-Pacifi- c Panama-Californi- Exposition Exposition San Diego San Franciico a tfzSoKE? L'JDROP or BOURBOff POULTRY CURE flown tho tbfoat of a gaplnl ibiufcen. destroy tho wonus and saves tiieciik I'uiccl post packages of a combined length und girth of eighty-fou- r inches will bo accepted in futuie, according to announcement by Postmaster Gen cul Burleson. vDiJrlii'iK . INSURE Your Property in the . ' Tickets are on sale every day at Very Low Excursion Fares via c the South For full information, see Tuket Agent. Southern Railway or write B. H Tuud, DUiucl Pnen ger Aj-n- Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with SALIN & SMITH, Agents f d.a trtocllvo work. us H Harrington, of St. Louis, two of army mules. Koch car contained '12 mulcH. Tin..- - .,. t.... S. S. S. Is a Regular Wizard in Drivlnif Out IthcumuHsm. ed from parties in adjoining counties every cell, causca ui, un average price or ?100. LebaIs often tlio effe. t of s mo brdy It rushes lnf3 Tthewnntlsm other blood nrriirtlun Hi it has left its m ivery bono, muscle, Liniment, tendon, non Enterprise. i urjm j arfuro and i very nerve to llirin preiai In the Joints, rnuaclm ar.. n.u li fret. I in, coverings uf tho b.'dy It worM ln. with health, with now-f- . .it 4 hi Mii,ncsx. tlsauo calls, tli.so tiny, Ittlle Ikx.ik in A r.a 1ci.t i f ml, H. S B. thotieh a l which nutiltlon we on RHEUMATISM ARRESTED Mil H u .ao noun I ini,--. ovcrwhelmini; enemy to tliut a inobt lun.urnuMe nxihilnc u. vm car-loa. pow-tifu- ic'f lnV. JamcH shipped to (Juyto & " SOUTHERN ' RAILWAY I 'lnfisMfi"stt-- - Southern Railway, Luu.sv.lle, Ky. Forthelreilmeotot WblteDlanhoi rnl.ks ami oth.r Ulsta.es ta tii.) a tod .. pRavcrsrs disease POULTRY water cure '.. BOURBON CURE HAS NO EQUAL BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. .1 J, 0e oc bvt.e ,,,ak. J... Stanford, Kentucky nwmi" nci,. mln and thu .191.1 uf rhruinallarn ta ua .aia ua thu ihw on a pcieh Wuauin. us ri.ifc-- t iwarful i.n tho lierolo wurka of nature, Us auilon la inarveVui Pct ir Ptumailva g't or. th1' feet uirblns aa th rruniiloiy dtnund of t , ai.t atlancu. lirte Thiitii'10. cUmnv t. mill n 'I .t i' .. !u :, ..ii I. uk a iwi Lot hi v. ' fur und tnalat uion KtUnK 8. S. 8. 'i n. rlu's eura for rheumatism. link ! .' ' inkllist That ixcru .ai i iianuinal ..Jvlce un ttjbit.nu a fHlher lay aa ho. w c. l..j .... I on i i .'tin U bum Vi,ti in i.r.inio Hieuinallaui write at m.i i .nco with glee. vlt Snecltle Co , ins Hwtfc Hulld-- ! t'uur rhaumatlam id euna tthw lutelv Muuta. Oa. Ttialr indl-u- l d. ,iut-.- vut m fduoua mi all bloid illawtaa. ami it U an actual laiilaaJ fast, that n .' ' U t.iuii.ii to HHtUe iwraonal blood taatf, Hur 8iocltW Buatiaa your l)i.u.J. wmp entira blood eltcitlatloii a IIhq annrovad by the highest madlaal autlurl Got a battle ef H. 8 B. today. Then thumuiih bath. It Just naturally und Id a tie i.il.iUHni; liiirfatoo ucr ulom 111 ma aw -- y !uca ihcHiiuatlim for all time. B t i tia most active unJ ,i . . i a.-- k i i . - i -j . Many people Buffer the tortures of lame muscles and btlft ncd joints because of Impurities In the Mood, ami each succeeding attack smug more acute unlit rlieuuiatismli.isliiv.idal tin. whole system. To arrcjt ilitum Uuin it is quite ai Important ttuiprove jour t'cncral hcaltljna to purify oiy blool,aul Hie cod liviroil maker, while (U muliaiul nouri.huicut StrenMliens till nnmni in ..v..l ,1... Iiujiurities and unbuild jour strength, bcotl'a limulsfon is btlping thouituds everyday wliocofild not hud uther rillef. thvt alculiolic subatitutc. $ iiibcolt'BlJiiiuliloiibn.iturc'sgrcatllooil. . Mw I,,.. ,a, m,ujM.:zzizzzz;zzuGullzrigw$ii? vj rvi ' " ? The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, July 16, 1915. Come and do your Banking Business with us, and we will show you that our methods are up to date in every respect, and that the officers are compelcnt, obliging. polite and Capital and Surplus $78,500. The $100 Colt Stake, the $250 Harness Stake and the $500 Saddle Stake will all close next Tuesday, July 2th. Send in your entries now. Get your horses ready for the WE HAVE New line White Gabardine for v: i i t First National Bank Stanford, Ky. trhlnr liwmiatiJetT.rwiarrad, tolr.u.,rtt9 Treaiurer. am approaching the scar nnd mum rDoraAKEt, s-Kr. Frank V. Hagcr. leaf of life and this is the firM H. M. Arnold, the bupgy man of Claude B. Tcwcll. Danville, was here this murning for time I have asked tor or warded an Sherman Goodpastcr. office. If the democracy shall look a short time. Clerl' Court of Appeal with favor upon my candidacy, Mrs. G. L. I'cnny spent today lit shall be deeply Ellis E. Lawrence. grateful, and will with her mother, Mrs. Crali Orchard Alvin Stegcr. bend every effort to make an official Sallie Sauflcy. Rodman W. Kecnon. whom no reflection may tie has returned upon but o.. i it.ti n.,.i ri,ii.ir.,, nn.i V'r.iu. Mrs. W. It. Willi of if defeated, the same Superintendent of Public Instruction to her daughter eait, lus Elliott, of Middleburg, were here home after a visit steadfast and cheerful Minnort V. O. Gilbert. I at Abingdon. Va. on business Wednesday. which has nlways been accorded demV. K. Kemp, of Louisville, is John W. RawKngs. Mrs. Mrs J. L. Sherry, of Loxinirtoii, ocratic piinciples and nominees in 1'on- R. S. Eubank. who has been with the Mises War- - iMiest of her brother. Dr. T. W. the past, shall lie a hostaire for mv several ilays, returned home nington and family. Contmitiionv o Agriculture. run future conduct for come weal or woe; Miss Mabel Gumm uiul Mr. Prultt yesterday. H. M. Froman. . ... illlMMI. of Lexington, are the guesU. Misses Lurlle and Uiuiie Water!, ........... R. D. Thornburg. oe with vote win party WE WILL OFFER TO THE HIGH-ESof Stanford, ar visiting Ah'ss JoseMat S. Cohen. . . . ... . hv iiniiinu, nnnfma nHD phine Waters, on the Danville pike. BIDDER ON IIV " VJ''ivo...uin Railroad Commiitiorver. '"i I... McCreary, have been thu guests (jf j " . Danville resente.l on the uanoT, ny WK' OJII Wm. F. Klair. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ititney. game cock. M. S. lUuchmau, the Overland Wednesday, August 11th, John E. Newman. , MIks Kithrr llurch went to Crab Very sinccrclv, man. delivered to Mrs. Logan Hubble Oi chard morning to spend Sid T. DouUirtt. W I. WALTON. Wednesday n runaK.ut of the ('- -rMrV! Huch., 1915, 'wilh Circuit Judge a iaiy. Ian. make mat is Ghas. C. Fox. MrBUHa n. Cook has been con- of a mne our farm, located CHURCHES Mary Walden (.ooch s attrac ( , , Mi. Ch'ns. A. Ilnrdin. for ,eveni, dliv There will be no Sun.lav Scbnol f.r,rn. u ('clot l Morcianu, Ky., on tlvc VMtor. Miss Uusslo Masters re ,,, f mne k of) lccolllll Commonwealth'. Attorney L; ,ron( ". ?? rm contains turned to her home at Lf xwigton j ,, y. R To,(, wj Jenve , Ulc at Hester Schoolhousc Sunday after- - "" in high Htatc of cul ' " neres of John Snm Owsley. 1 nurMIuy oiu: inuiit; iiimiii i .Ai.m rii 17p.inl',i Tii... A4llnri- ,10on. IIIUllllllK. ,... " ! uhimik Emmett Puryear. friends during her visit here. morning an.i ee- - tivation, anil is well improved. The Mie will her motiier lor eveiai . 1T..Ii and contains Mrs. 1 Wcnrn Hughoi of Memphis WCcka. viit Circuit Clerk. at the iiaptit church Sundav. residence is a good one. outbuildings, 10 rooms; all necessary nrrivedThursdny from ChiiiitaiiipKt, Jesse D. Wearen. Miss Kmma Noe, of Hopkinsvillc. Kverybody cordially invited to any There arc two large stock barns, one l C. Newland. N. Y., whore the hud teen for n short who has been tho attractive guest of and ail mtviw. The Tastor. tobacco barn, Kev. J. A. Trostle will preach at jack barn, time, to vi't Mrs. Ji'ii ITuhes and Miss Ilerta Jean renny, returned Republican Governor. family. Her husband will join her homo Tuesday. tI,c unlon service nt the Methodist granary, one double crib; good well Edwin P. MoT.row. nnd cistern near door, and never-fail-i- n here Sunday. ( i, .tannin NVwlnnd. Misi! Ada church at 7:45 Sunday etcning in- Latt P. McLaughlin. stock water from several springs. Kore.stus Itei.I. Jr.. has returnoit Mo'blev. Mib Mavme Singleton and 'stead of IUv. I. L. Hriree. who is Lieutenent Govecnor. The land is well adapted to fehe growth from a visit to his sister, Mrs. Itobert clarence Singleton, aro the guests of Kill t the bedside of his father. tobnooo, hemp, grarn HoLTrett. in Milwaukee. Horace Iteid Mrs. Alfred Bitds at Crestwood. 'y - years ol age and over of At the same time we aixl grass. 30 David W. Gaddie. . George 0?born. wilt sell will spend the summer as surgcun in contemplate joining the Uoy Mrs. C. H. Martin and Mi.ss Amiie'Who l,20e-poun- d Z. T. Proctor. steers, '12 1 the City Hospital, Louisville. -- Danville Mnrtin. of DanviMe. and Missce Kay acouts, please lie a: the thrifitian head of Lewis L. Walker. steers 4 yearlng steers, 0 bettJuly 'JOth church, Tuesday Advocate. and Kloenec Acton, irf Secretary of State ers, (5 cows with Polled Angus calves W. W. Hays, agent for the Huicfc were guests of Mr. W. It. iiuchamm, .Mr. Stanley Harris, State Scout Mas- nt side, 3 springers, 1 Jersey milch T. P. Cole. ter tHl be present to help us perfect cow ear. delivered to Hon. W. H. Shanks on Iinca.ster stret't. J. W. Cox. and calf, 8 fat shonts, 1 D. M. Wulkvr. Inhir-- , the organisation. i with the Tuesday a handsome touring car. He A. C. Hill, wh' Jas. P. Lewis. registered jack 15 hands high, At the Methodist church next 1 drove Mr Shanks and wife up to mitloual iiartesicr t.o., soiu ini.s wcck Auditor of Public Account lack. 2 ionnpts. 1 milr Sunday, tho Sunday-schoo- l Mndii-opower engine to j. will meet ' Wednesday to visit Mr. nnd a James II. Ashlock. nged mules, 1 14 Mr. Lee will use at 0:110 a. m followed by preaching hands, 1 family horse stallion old, 1 i J. M. Perkins. Lee. of Kubiink. Mrs. T. K. Ilaldwm. 8 years by tho pastor at 10:15 'a. m. The d Mrs. V. C. Hulett, writrng from it in his Hour mill. brood mare, n surrey, 1 ' Edward A. Weber. L'pworth League will meet at 7:00 p. ttiggy, and a go.t Mary Lord, of Middlo-borMrs. Ray. Wilhoit. Shively. this State, says: "The Inline of farming through here the Treaturer. terior Journal comes as a welcome passed from Louisville, today en route ni.. nnl 7:45 union Mjrvice will be implements; also 25 ucres of grow- p. m. Kvery one Is ing corn, 3 acres of sorghum, 200 where she had held nt Wm. A. Hunter. visijor to my home, as it brings news homo at tho hedsida of her mother, mont cordially invited to attend all bushels oats, 4 carlvads of hay. Robert L. Moore. from friends of'days gtvie by. Let it been Jamot. A. Wallace. The land will be offeied in two par- continue to come." She sends boit Mrs. Elzu Harris, who has been quite services. A summer school ill. for Sunday eels and the nas a whole. Terms lib-- 1 Clerk Court of Appeals. wishes to her many fricads here. .Mr. F. M. Ware, of MeKinney, was school workers will be held at Ks-ti-ll Earl C. Huntsman. cral on Mrs. J. N. Menafuu. who haB been down Wednesday afternoon to see Springs, near Irvine, under aus- Sale nnd made known A. Mday of sale. begins at 10:30 J. L. McCoy. prompt. visiting her daughter. Mrs. I E. Car- the Illoomer Girls play ball. He Mtys pices f the Kentucky Sunday School It. McGuire. C. M. BACK & SONS, penter nt Philadelphia, Pa., and son, Unit his section is hot McChesney Association, July Low tare Comtm.iioner agriculture. Morelmnd, Ky. Mr. Samuel Menefee. in iew lorK 'for governor ond that a crowd will be on nil railroads, reduced hotel William C. Hnmct. CAPT. T. D. ENGLISH, Auct. has returncl home. She wax accom- down Wednesday night to hear him lutes, a fine program, competent Sam J. P.utrick. Possesion to suit the purchaser. panied by Mrs. Carpenter mid win, sveak. woikcrs and flue mountain air. make Jeff Pn(cr. Jack, who will spen: ?omc time here. Itcv. Homer W. Carpenter has re- it attractive for all who low Sunday . Rnnlan. James The "Trey o' Heors beirins Mon Miss MaUie L.wiise Lipps, wo hn turned from the World's Voung Pen-4e'- n school work. Stnto o4" KentiicW. day night at the opera house. Convention u Ftrcugo, but Mrs. been employed for the past year in County of LSicoln, Set. Mrs. Nv Give Porch Party the Louisille Schools Kos been the Carpentaq- - went to Stan ford for a I, G. B. Cejpcr, clerk of Lincoln guest of hr sister, Mrs. W. D. N'nve short visit to her parents, Dr. and g Mrs. Foster Klous, of Tulia, Texas, Candidate! To Re Voted For Aug 7. county court, do Certify thnt the It. A. Mrs. J. G. Carpervter. Candidates to be voted for t the Louisville Mrs. Koliuul Ilishop, of Newton, .Kanand in HustonviHc is a true and correct list of nn Times. Lipps nt Danville. She leaves sas, and Miss Mattie Louise Liips primary electiosi held Auuxist 1915. perons to be voted for at the priFor Democratic Governor. Miss Lurinda Lutes nnd visitor, were the guests of honor at n porch extended visit In Virginia to her mary election t be held on the 7th A. O. Stanley. Mist. .Mabel Gumm, of Lexington, luncheon given by Mrs. W. D. Xave Cora Lipps Thursday. day f August, 1915. Witness my II. M. Hosworth. hand as clerk of Hie Lincoln county at her Home in Hustonviile WednesDr. A. XV. Cain, tit councillor of Messrs. Carlisle Myers und Orie II. V. McChesney. of Hustonvillc, motored to court, this 15th ilaw of July, 1915, the Kentucky Medical Association, Lexington Tuedny afteniotin, where day afternoon. Those who enjoyed Edward J. McDennott. G. B. COOPER, Clerk. Mis. Nave's hoonitality were: Mes. will be in Stanford, July 'JOth. Tues- they were entertained at the luime day nnd itddreen the I incoln Medical Miss Gumm at it ix o'clock dinner. of dames Foster Klous, Uoland Ilishop, narnett, ot Louisville r.iiznuetn Socloty nt 10 A. M. Ktcrv physician-IMiss Hvu llnukin, one of the Elizabeth Vermillion, of the county is cordially invited and contestants in tho travel tourpietty Misses anil Danville. Ella Iiarncttc. present. A ost grad Mattie L. exnoctod to be contest that being conducted uate course for one da v. Kvery doc- prize C. Potts for isthe Inteiim- Jour (.Lipps, Ana ltasker, Jaiiie Wood His- by W. presii"i, .iuiij ixuiit'tie, tunc nnu ia-- li tor owes it to his patients to be bene-f- it nal, will come down from inln Nave nnd Marguerkc McCoi-nxicent nnd learn something new to y is aU ending Kastern where of Histonville. humanity. N'ormal, Saturday, so as to be Hon. George Willis, inivate jece-tar- here at the wind-uof the contest. Fmr Director Met Tomorrow. to 1'nnrrer.Mmin Mnrvtw Helm, The directors of the Knights of waa hero Thursdav en route home Pythias Fair arc requested to meet from Stnnford. Although Congress l at tho Knights of Pythias Hall nt not In sesIon. Willin is kept quite 3 o'clock tomorrow, Saturday atter-noobusy, ns Mr. Helm gltes the closvst Important biiness It to be attention to his correspondcivce with K. C. Walton, Sccre- - H tuinsacted. his conaltucnut unJ attends promptly tury. H to every matter coming before him. t I I' Y Willis Is considered one of the most le 'l efficient secretaries in the Kentucky tj If You i delegation. nnnvino .iicw.vit:t-r-. am troubled with heartburn, pases nnd and Dr. A. G. Jack-- , W C. Giibbn adietrersrd feeling afterdating takoa Lex-toson of the Phoenx Motor Co., Dyspepsia ' Dr. 0. S. Williams, of vul Hi Tablet Hustonvillc, were In this city Tuesinvitaday afternoon. The first two gentlebefore aud after cath meal nnd vouwill obtaiu prompt relief .Sold only by u,25o men placed with Dr. Williams anil Will Hlffe, also of Hustoiivillc, the Penny's Drug 6or;ngencv in Lincoln county for the "Trey o' Hearts Monday night. Dodge, car they uro sell ng. The I'rettt car Dodge Is alilgh-clasLunches and F. Denton, who was given life and that Dr. Williams and Mr. IUffe sentence for complicity in tho u murwHl sell many of tiem there is no Cooling Drinks der of Kd Callahan In Ureuthitt. will doubt take his case ( thu of Hustonvllle, was of the United States.Sujiemo Court May Be Obtained John It. Hiffe, hero to see the Woomer Girls play He said he had ben ball Wednesday. People Ask Us v. trying to find In his ond of the coun-t- y t What is the beat laxative? YesnTof u elngle democrat aguhut Judge John Sam Owsley for Common-wealth- 's experience in EelUng ail kinds leads us at Attornoy, but he was glad to always recommend failed to do to sav that he had And it looks as If all tho other sec (Incorporated) tons of the bet county in tho Mate as tbo safeet, surest and inott, satislao tory, eJoMo&Jybyiu,10ccut3. aro qqulte ns stronir for our towns- - KY. DANVILLE, man for the offico he Is so well quail MHJMjHHMMMMHJHMJHHMJMHjMHHb' Pcnn's Drug Storo. ified to flH. the Winchester George Riser. Sun. was hers F v lay with frlfi,I. Miss Hiuel Du'idl, of Paris was f Miwt Anna the weik inr vhv Wnrrcn. Mr. and Mrs. Ciorge Dellnnlc arc the guesW of relatsres anil friends in Grab Orchard Mrs. Mary Walter, of Lancaster, is here with relative nn I frionils. MIm Ruth Oyp, of MUWIeburg. is Mis Lucy Peterson, of Cynthinna,' guest of Mrs. Kmmctt Cabell in the attractive guest of Mr?. W. K. Mm. Stiwin U. Ycitirer luft rtiis week Warner. -Mm. Cleveland Rose, of Lanrnster, for Richmond, Iml., j visit friends. Mi Joan Ilrock, of Louisville, Is linn been the ruest of her ulster, Mrs. the guest of Minn Lidit Von Orueni J. C. Euhunks. Mm. Ch.ts. Kaumann arrived from I Kan. Chicago Thursday to visit mo larruiyi jfm C. I. Horsey, of Louisville, of V. Hnumann whs the guest of her sister, Mrs. E. U Km-br- y Mrs. Mary Albright and Mrs. Eads. . Albright, of Hrodhcatl, were here Miss G'asile Uur.k, of Indianapolis, shopping WciViuday. Hrum-ineown. is the guest of Miss Gustava . Personal and Social ...f, TV , to tlin Democratic Voter.. It H poa.iale I tint yur nttrntioi has been directed to the fact thnt I nm a candidate for tlit nomination to me oinco oi .ue lit me ni S. primary lo be held Aug, ',, l!)lr. When I oiiy l he ''Nomination," 1 tnkc President, II that you at once know H mean IB the democratic nomination, since the best year of my life hare been spent in advocating the ciiiiro of democracy uik! In rendering to e- Mrs. Chloo Murphy, f Shelby cry demucniric nominee the free use City, was here today the guest of of tlie Interior Jotinrul, which nnd ieliry ao y,.llr!,( c,iitel; and later rclatves LcvUn friends. Miss Harris, of Hubble, i ( tht i.cxiKton Democrat and Sjtate the guest of Mrs. Alfred Pence. Journal at Frankfort The Winchester Uaptists will I have throughout my entire life been it democrat, hut do not ask thlv spend S'Jtf.OOO in improving their nomination as it reward for my feal- nousc or wonship. ty lTmy party, since no man should ask a reward for doing what he Jefferson School Law. known fa rigid- - I seek the oflkc because I deem it an honorable one, and becaue I have the ambition to cxisii.rn. nvo ykmiciil-imk.- . spond my declining years as the ser- rrr.l,I.J1.1lthTrrfn.lt.S. H.. vant of the people whom I have lived trt.ilt.rm. J. It. 1. lrti.rr. b. h.raltl AnMttif4tonrt.lilllrf. Tuition Ilhrarlnv Hn help among so long anrt who are (Jod's r.ltyuitil.rorrllKKrftt.ln2u.Dl ( A Word K.ofP.Fair At Stanford Aug. 18, 19, 30. E. C. Secretary, Lieutenent Governor. j Skirts at 25 and 50c. New laee Cloth for Waists and Dresses at 25c. New Awning Stripe Lawns at 45c. - T. Harris, Walton, mmmmmmmm I fr Lot ing W.Gaincs. James D. Klacl:. W. A. Byron. New White and Black Silk Hose at 25c, 50c and $1. New Baby Irish Edges to trim Waists at 15 and 25c. i i James P. Edwards. Secretary of State. llarksdalc Hamlctt. G. It. Likens. Ghas. D. K. W. P. Chns. W. Millikin. McQuenry. D. Arnctl. 1 Wnlton. ll.t-.fmu Itim-jii- i. h.mlMin. IXtll Ifaototi r r Auditor of Public Acco'unU Kobt. L. Green. Thos. S. Rhea. 14. H. Colyer. Windsor Ties in solid colors, Stripes and Persian at 25c. White Gabardine Skirts and Middies at $1. I nu-tu- Uw, PUBLIC SALE Land, Stock And Crops I ! fr 1 ""." J a . "ll. Severance & Son. I t T MeAM-oRy- . one-four- --- I Mai-shal- 10-ac- '- HURRY ! Friends, It Is Now or Never i S00-pou- i i t. d 1- -2 two-saK- j J , fr foie-goin- fr ms-Mi- You must subscribe to or renew your subscription before 9 o'clock Saturday night if you wish to help your "favorite" win. Don't let your "favorite" lose for lack of the votes your sub-wou- ld Ilar-nett- e, - Kimi-tack- k, p We Welcome You To the DanviHe Fair next week and extmd a most cordial tion to make our Store your headquar- Opera House tli n. bring, but pay up your subscription before 9 o'clock Saturday night. MONDAY - s. ters I When In Danville PARKS & HENDREN, Danville, Ky. s. SHOP PERFECT This Is Your Last Chance. sftmssniiiii frjiS. -- j. L. ak Mitlw.Vt.4a.' .? - o Tke Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. FriJay, July 16, 1915. : McCHESNET j T'A T ' U 9 t Will Speak at Stanford! Wednesday Evening, July 2 1 , at 7:30 ptf . s.:jas iajRffV' l3f t ft fnVaaaaBBraBV 'BGuBBBBBBk t3BBmBBHBkHb. 'aSraaaaam 3BHSHHt iSHaaaM a&aaaBftalBV The Candidate of the Temperance People for the Democratic Nomination for Governor jwIIBPmSSbbIbb1 II. V. McCHESXEY. 1 All are invited to hear him, especially the ladies. Mr. McChesney has other speaking appointments in this section as follows: Somerset, July 19; Montieello, July 20, at 1:30; Burnside, that night; 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 one of the finest political speeches you ever heard in your life. It's a rouser from start to finish. $ GIVEN AWAY FREE V SL I H H Danville's Big Fair. Horses, Ponies, Jack Stock and Mules. Poultry and Floral Hall 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 number must be on the ground, else another number will be selected. . T- - k ! I I HJ . immmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm M JOHN S. BAUGHMAN, '1 Danville Fair July Secretary 11 21-2-- 3, EVERYBODY INVITED Januury 12, 101 J Federal Court anil . Commiioii in New Iltuuphluro Ue 'cided Thaw to be n.hu liillod Stanford Whlie. Mon-JO, 1007- - Distrut Attorney licremiier -- i, ivn innw oruci Jerome' eirortr to prove Thaw to ed to bo returned to New ork lor tj'inl on cniigpirncy charge. be iunnt failud. March 11.' 101C- - Acquitted on April' U, '1007 llrst murder jury conspiracy charge. ditugreud. Juno 'i'i, lOlfi Hearing on sanity Thaw acquit1, 1008 ted at second murder triul on gtouudH begun before Jiutico Hcudrick nnd Mattca-waa jury. of intcuiiity. Committed to July M, 1015 Thaw found to be Thaw fulled in HIIIO. 1D0S tmd 1012 expenditures of the . Estimated droits to prove his sanity. August 17, 1013 Thaw escaped family for the defense In two murtrials, $1,000,000. der from Mattoawan. Cost, of Mime trials to taxpayers September 10, 1013 Thaw 'y (estimated) $350,000, from Canada. Iho Thaw Cnte To Dale. Junt J", rj'Jti 'Ihuw hot -n. 1915 Farm and Stock News r j. !" Jlih Ai ntt Mail) M'hl to mun of llttuwlle. a mule for fcliiu. All if the lambs In NichuUf county hae been engaged ,at $7 to $8.60 per hundred. '"The bit' sale of registered Duro thoroughbred M& was bold Tuesday by the MoKce Hros., at "Por-e- f Hume' Woodford county. There many bidderg from various wore States. Sixty headof hogs Mid for $t?,C0O, or $110 a head, There weie rtldo several private sales. ( il Ji-ie- hheep ut $5 I!' . Hi t ..I. I' ; ii u nulh row for $!(). k Cinpnt.j i inak Thetiaiiu i C. C . M D..i, dj 'tl n uurter cent of jug it us on Unire It (i Fox, iif Dair tile. Mild a pair imutrhi notn A. C. lioi.le loo hjad the Ahi-.iimp ium the Onward of mules to Ale l.K'li-iKunut $.M: , i i tc- haMiijf loui;ht --'.ni'O huHhels WuH.ui uf Gurnm; rjr $3-- 6; to ) b Wumiroid 3:: head of 1 from Jerome Kullei of the wuenn Vt" Kiihurd Honker, of this county, n of Ilrice jluff 4 tu section of not tli GarrrT at $1 per pan of cuttle ut for $U2i; Ihcud of I Vj p 'Uiid tuit'c ji 'ifciii biMliel: n timt of wheat from of- Doyle, n pair and a hn'f'n-nat I if I'hi l':ewitt I. V. Nnylor at the pievullint: prlto u to Samuel Shelton, niuloa for $!100; to of .'Ml uoout Q hMd f j W output from It. II. Hudson at Collector u at eight bful a half conU. Many hand- - the same figure, 80 acre from Mrs. mulos for John W. Hughesmulopair or $375, und one to C. ' laM tialilinufrttr nlnn itnnlt a MeKechnie, and 80 acres from Hager II. Wood for $lfi0. Itoundfc Mt. Sterling Advocate. and Ilallaid of HryantsviUo at $1 per In Garrard county some wheat has bushel, theso belnt;, representative threo montho' .pcthin enrnpa'pn purchases of the laro quantity of been engaged liy the milling bought by this Lan- agonst illiteracy in Kentucky wan' the prcvailng prlco being $1 Gnrrnrd wheat opened by uddrobsea in four cities. per bushel. A Lancaster dealer reports caster firm. , c .' if I'V . ' t' jii.it . t f lUl m sllU-- I I M 'iji I il'.Ilt In.ht. llrf pjhJ cu-tl- ilio l.icid . vieuli litioi M-ll1 damiigul t ti (iiamille prettj. Inidly from the nurn St irpe, cT n . fnr-mor- t., toui-yiar-o- I utei) I .ise, bought of 11 H. 51. . d ?..'; u - four-year-o- I'uinNv s expenses to prve sanity in thtee later uttempts. lJfl.OOO. I'amiK'a expenses in cotiiection with and llight, $J0 U0O. I oat to family for trial on conspiracy charge unci present hearing. $200,000. Estimated rost to taxpayers at last two tliale, $70,000. Total expenses, $1,800,000 Mrs. J. Proctor Knott, widow of former. Governor J. Proctor Knott, is reported to bo near death's door at 0 hospital in Lebanon. She is Si years of ago. Her illness is duo, to ' the 'infirmities pi old uge. 70-nc- com-panic- s, k 7V - 1 rv !1 -- I- - i, I i.J Kj i CM