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Sead by THE INTERIOR JOURNAL No. 58 ii Thl Paper Stops Wbia Yo TIjm na Wateh Iht Data Oa Labs! Reaaw Yoar Subicript'oa PtoaaUf. ell Established 1860. 56th Year. Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, July 20, 1915. Lincoln County Democrats Take Up Mr. Owsley's Eight. Wo have received n copy of the pewit of Mr. I'mmot I'uryoar, delivered ut Ilarrndahurg on the ftth of till month, when lit- ami Julu;o .1. S. OwMcy held a joint debate touching; thin i iimpMirn for Cummonweiilth'H In liin speech Mr. I'uryenr ixwl nra-tiabout Lincoln roiin-tv- , lut the people of this rountv requite no defense against that attack. Mm icmurka were wholly uncalled for. however, and we do not understand why he should make an aaaault upon this community, for he has tiniformlj rei rived kind and jrenerons trualment from our ctiaena. Mill, if lie chooses to mnke hia ampHh(n along that line, we can certainly ataml It; hut the gentleman will imvoii learn that it ilooa not hi.v, even in the hoat of n to raat iiportoii upon a whole -- Tuesdays and Fridays NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Mlsj Julia Rninca, aged 05, is dead at Perryvillo of. lockjaw. Hen. Jack Ifanlrng Is critically ill at hia home In Pleaaurevllle. MRS. LUCY MILLER BARTLEY R St. Clair Kelway, editor af the ltrooklyn Kaglo. is dead, aged 70. Robertaon 4 Grim eg. Iwt eaUnrtih-e- d a hiootw factory in Waat Danrtfc. David K. Setby. ot BHtabsUlt' wn, .hi fell dead in the lohby of thr Hotel, IiiisHle. -IHIt INTKItroit JOURNALS UJC. TRAVEL TOUR AND PIvIZE A total of 500 mile of ro id i e CLOSED LAST SATURDAY MOW! ArTBR ONK OP TUB der tonstructlon in Km mi law. thfVew Stata-ai- d IIAKDBST FOUGHT VOTING BATTLES IN 1 1113 JBCTION 01' Five deaths from the heat nito na TIIII STATU. Till'. SPIRIT Or HIE CONTEST WAS ANIMATED suicide from the same came W. re- AND NO r UNTIL THE JUDGES HAD HNISHED HIE COUNT ported In Philadelphia Sutulxy WOULD ANYONE EVEN HAZARD A GUESS AS TO THE J. F. IIn tfraon. ticket acunt at Klhin. Ruaaoll, near Aihlan.'. wua drowned A. Ganfleld, the now prea-idoDr. W. while bathing in the Ohla rlvor. Automobile's and automobile aecaa- of Central Univeraity. Danville, Hories valued nt $ 11,000,000 hare boon pi cached nt the Preabytetan chuuh Sunday. exported from Now ork smre Augcommunity. DECISION Or THE JUDGES. Willium Ware, of Hopkinaville, h.w In liia aiciili, Mr. I'tiryenr stated ust I, 1014. Wf, the undersigned, named to net at judges and make (lie final One aoldier wna atunned by lighttliut he did not conaider it hia dutj arrived to aaaiat hci" brother, Harry count tit tlie Interior Journal's Trnvrl Tour and I'rixe Contest, were pre-tein hia ico iieam and luncheon-ett- e ning at Camp Tandy Kills, as the to trv to secure inilictmcnlii from n Ware and took charge f the, ballots nt 9 o'clock Saturday night and im. dopartmonta. State entampment at Owenaboro has grand jury, hut that he nhnulil simply ' votes. The count vat completed at a mediately pr"-"l" Mri. .1. A. Klsonor and children, of been duhberi. draw th indictment after it hail been late hour Saturday night and the result made known to the management Danville friends have been notified returned That la certuinly n flunk, rharleaton, W. Va., hBe nriivvd for of the contest The figures given below are the remit of our count. of the death of Goodloe Lackey in hut iliinciou"ly novel, Joclnrntlon of a vifit to Mra. Kli't'ivor'a paronta, Mr. J W. ROCHESTER, St. Louis. He was the father of Mrs. hia conception of he olllre of public and Mra. N. Miller. W. G. SMIIH, Mian Nancy Wnlkci and the Minsoa II. H. Price, of that city. prosecutor. Wo hue always believed thig, w w Saunders, Through tho selection of Mayor ami the law o requires, its we are ad- KuannuKi entertain wl a few fnenila Judget of the Conteit. Gaaicr, aa neutral arbitrator, tho vised, that the Coinmwiwinlth'a nt a tourae dinner at ,Jiu homo of street car tnke of the Rhode Island should not only write the in- Judcre I.. L. Walker. Company's system was settled. A juvenile music club lia bton WINNER Or THE CAPITAL PRIZE dictment, lull should t;ivc the grand d daughter Julie, the ot the viVage of Miirkabury, n, MRS. LUCY MILLER HARTLEY 3,312,125 VOTES .itiry the heneflt of hia nilvire mid c a portion of the pioceeds of the ofof C. P. Vnnho6k, of Lancaster, died Choice between a Leland Piana or lour to Panama Exposition. oven as :i private citincn, bo and the member held their ilrat meet-In- fice. In this connection I would any rate. of whooping cough. The body was takt the home of Mrs. Wm. Scott. owes to liin state to inform the grand en U Rockcastle county for huual. Mra. W. Kohs Ilantin was hoatoai at that you complied with the letter and WINNERS Or THE DISTRICT PRIZES jury of any crime thnt he has renpon spirit of your agreement with me and McChesney Here Wednesday Night R. ioung, ef Adair, was wi the to hclicwhini heen coinmilted. For nn a moist nppetizinj: coue dinner at nnid mo every cent you promised me. DISTRICT NO. 1. From every indication a large au- city h. morning. He told us that he this olllcer employed liy the people to pros-ecu- her pretty home on Lexington nvontie. I fed sure the democrats of this dience will be in Sthnford Wednes1, 900,525 VOTES I'lRST PRIZE MISS EVA RANKIN law violations to restrict him- A number ff viititiK rclutivea wore County have sufiicint confidence in day nightvhen Hon. II, V. McChrs-ney- sold to Manning Bros., out on tho Niagara Falls Tour, including Toronto, Cunada, Detroit, UufTalo and pike, nine cows for $495. self, far n the Brand jury's la- - honor cueists. Niagara I'alll candiikitc for the democratic Ottenheim Gompers stnted that he bemiMed by your integrity not to Samuel The Llackbcrrica nre reported un euch misrepresentation. be With issur-nnce- s nominatina for governor, speaks here. bora are coniicrned. merely to draw SECOND PRIZE MISS OLGA MYERS 1,008,075 VOTES county. lieved the Bridgeport strike to he tho lit,' the indictment! is bound to rip - 1 tikuiilly; aenrce in Garrard A Trip to Mammoth Cave. of continued personal regard Mr. McChesney comes here from Lib ure tigitiitun who pie the administration of criminal Mnnv industrious housewives get dis and best wishes for your success, I erty whore he speaks in the after- work of THIRD PRIZE MRS W I JONI'S 849.525 VOTES their juttice. The polio Mr. I'uryenr tressed becjHe they will not A Trip to Mammoth Cave, noon and will come in an auto from wished to prevent the shipment of rcmnin, respoetfully, say. he stands for muit aound mighty gwneroua supply shelved. FOURTH PRIZE MISS ANNA S. REYNOLDS HustonviHe, and speak here at half arms abroad. 501.526 VOTES MRS. J. r. HOI.DAM. Miss Klirnheth nnn Mary Hardin Pour lives were lost, many persons good t the man who wants to viopast seven o'clock. Men in town A Trip to Mammoth Cave. redollate the law, but it rounds mighty Vaught of Richmond, have been 303,075 VOTES from various sections of the county were injuicd, und thousands of FIFTH PRIZE MISS CHRISTINE LAIR Crab Orchard Springs. lars' worth of damage was done by bad to all who arc anxious that crime cent guests of Mrs. U. K. McRobcrts. A Trip to Mammoth Cave. Following; is a list of the arrivals Saturday told of many from different heavy rains which flooded the river in Misses Fay nnd Florence Acton are lie discovered mid punished. 259,425 VOTES SIXTH PRIZE MISS MARGARET ALLEN Orchard Springs since last sections of the county who are com- Central Ohio. Judge Ovvslcv, in his speech, had in Danville visiting their couslnf Miss ut CrabMiss A Trip to Mammoth Cave. letter: Julia White, Richmond: ing in to hear him. McChesney Judge Harry Jones has leased the charged that Clnvt Hoard had been Anna Martin. makes n splendid speech and. the plant of the Pine hnot News, which , I Misses Martha nnd Helen Gill pre- George Kclley and wife, Spring-field- , convicted at thu spring term of the NO. 2. DISTRICT which hear him get larger recently suspended publication, and reception at 0.; H. L. Simmons, Springfield. 0.; "" Mercer circuit court, of allowing sided nt n hamhpmo u 1,417,725 VOTES "a FIRST PRIZE MISS ELIZABETH DYE '.le. IS. thoir home on Stanford street, the Miys Alice Moore, Georgetown: Mrs. cent.yrace nnd looksma.King u magniti- - has begun the publication of tho drinking on his premises In Harrods-burlike a sure win Niagara Tails Tour, including Toronto, Canada, Detroit, Buffalo and to the nuKanre of the good citi- honorce being their sister, Mra. G. C. Mnry C. Gentry, Lexington: Mr. It, ncr if his friends contnue their hard Mountnin Democrat. Niagara Falls K. Martin, Lexington; Mrs. John The Aliceton Holiness Association zens', and thnt the judgment of the I'arris, who is here for a visit to her Coleman, Lexington; Winston Cole- work for him during these last three SECOND PRIZE MISS ETHEL UELL SCHADEL 1,068,475 VOTES wiH hold its fifteenth annual enjury convicting this man had never old Kentucky home. little A Trip to Mammoth Cave. man, Lexington; W. U. Haydcn and weeks cf the campaign. McChesney campment July 30 to August 8, at VnnHook, Julia been put into elfect, becnuae Mr. Pur-yc649,350 VOTES THIRD PRIZE MISS GERTRUDE RICHARDSON wife, Lexington; Clara Hayden, Lex goes froTn here to Ji:. Vemoti where Aliceton. Miss Rose Vowell, of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. had not had the motion for a A Trip to Mammoth Cave, died at the home of her par- ington; Elizabeth Hayden, Lexing- he spsaks that afternoon nnd comes is organist. new trhil, filed by Hoard, paaed upto Crab Orchard Thursday night. He 581,075 VOTES FOURTH PRIZE MISS STELLA COMLEY The engagement of Miss Elizabeth on by the court. Mr. Puryc.ir'h ans- ents on Hamilton avenue, of whoop- - ton; A. G. Hayden and daughter, will no heard by lfirtje audiences nt A Trip to Mammoth Cave. cough, and the body was taken Ravine, Ind.; jlrs. llranhan Ileaz. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Geary, wer to that charge is n remarknble. Hg both places, nko. 371,325 VOTES D. Geary, of Danvibe and John Murnrrii prize miss AFlorence dawesCave. one: he ndmitted tlmt the motion had to Rockcastle couny for interment. Icy, San Angcdo, lex.; Miss (,Bessie Trip to Mammoth Mrs. R. A. McUobertsand son, John Cleveland, Lexington; j;ussu ..:,.. nines, . phy, of Lexington, wua announced at not been passed upon, but said he : i u... ii. ir .:i It Drove Through From Toledo. 345.C75 VOTES SIXTH PRIZE MISS EMILY MURPHY nn informal gathering of Miss Geary's did not know that r had not linen narrowly averted a serious accident i.uuiavinc'i it ii. viusnc, iwuni inc, A Trip to Mammoth Cave. E. H. steering of their auto S. friends. nicd upvji until Judge Owsley had when the while on wheel way to Dan- llough Calloway, Louisville; Lester, bigM.sale Haughmnn. who is havini; a finest intimate Court WillUims, Danville; B. II. their on the Overland car, for The Fiscal ot Garrard coun- charged it. Why didn't he know it? tame tvfT The Interior Journals Iliic Travel Wasn't it his duty to tee that it was ville, und they ran inta the fence Danville; Albert Zachari.as, Detroit, which he is agent, returned Sunday f ty will purchase a new clock to be Mich.; Miss Nancy Yeager. Stanford; evening from Toledo, Ohio, driving placed in the court house which is beTour and Prize t'ontcst la now u mat-- 1 icted upon? Wnsn't he there to pro near me 1 eager nome. .Mrs. W. D. Chambers, Detroit. Mich,; Mrs. an "83" Ovevrlnnd touring car, which ing rebuilt. The present time piece was thrown out and consid tor of hiitoQ'. The official Haiidini; r ' 'tcHH the interests of tbe Commonf the jjreat race in telrH the tor' we.ilth and wam't it to the interest erably shocked for a saoU while. They Will McCtmneH, Versailles; Mrs, Jas. he is selling for the low price of 750. has done servico for so many yoar3 it Versailles; Jesse Hoeker, The our is a beauty and has every ap- has completely worn out. which the hnUotincr ended at 9 o' of the Commonwealth that this were very fortunate in escaping with- Primer, and wife, Stan- pearance of th? higher price nutos. "Torp'edoes fired by a submnrne of clock laxt Saturday nnjht. The check- -' nnn Hoard be mad to imy the out injury to either of the occupants Stanford; M.Jas. Hynf -tHuferd, anford; W. B. He had no trouble whatever on the German nationality" caused the Ios3 ford: J. ini; of the records wan a rather tedi'aBBBsssssssssssssssBar, : ad declared1 of the machine. il fit penalty the jury 'i a Jiav-- e reHayden, Lexington; Miss Clara Hay- road and made the trin if one nnd a of the steamship Lusitama and its Thu Lancaster SJ ous task but the methodical m.iiHier' If ' 'imssssssssssssssssssssssssi. he should p.ifi The crime of in which the juilRea conduct d the that unisex as much trouble and crimu turned from their ten clny's outing at den, Lexington; Miss Elizabeth Hay- half davs. He says the crops along passengeis, according to the finding count was to nystcniatic that there I as any one law violation of the pres Cnmp Daniel Hoone on the Keatueky den, Lexington; Olias. J. Dawson, tne route are tor the most part back- of the British court of inquiry ap' .i no chance for an error. The ent time, and .vet, today. Hoard is a river. The.v report a pleascmt time, wife and children, Pineville; G. W. ward on account of excessive ruins. pointed to investigate the disaster. ' As Thousands of persons weomcd tho vote wore all counted on nn ai'dint; free man, untouched by the verdict of fishing, bontwig and swimming. Em-br- y Hcrry, Lexington; Miss Verna Rout, The roa.ds are reasonably good but Stanford; Robert carter, Stanford; ate inuttli boater in the Buckeye State Liberty Bell upon its arrival at the machine mid the results were then lh.it ji'o.v. because the Common- - sistant Scout Master Robert T. ' Exposition. Champ had a very nnirovv escape from Miss Mnrie Kincaid. Louisville; J. N. thanin Kentucky, to our discredit be Panama-Pacifi- c checked and rcchecked. wealths Attorney was not vigilant ? 'V W. P. Gray, it said. Mr. Baughm.-n- i says that the Clark urged military preparedness in n the discharge of his duty. All ninduIiitiM have been Kiiincrsl Does diowuing while awny with the boys. Menefee, Stanford; Louisville; Enul Hauhtcr, George- Overland factory is a whopper. Over a speech at the installation of tho hisMr Pin.v cm make a habit of looking Hut for the timely arrival of an exeven though their name do pot 10,000 men are employed in it and toric lelic in tho Pennslvunia buildMr. Embry would have town. htich on the Irt of vvimiorx. Thy iftcr the interests of the Common- - pert summer, grave. the building, which is five stories high ing. .vcalth 111 this fashion? If not how-li- met a watery have increased their circle of nc ! Mr. W. A. Goodloe Lackey, a covers 2.1 acies of grcand. The University of Michigan alumni are For McChesney and Walton. he happen to doze on this particciuaiiiUnce and have cemented the resident of this city, who has of the OveilauI Co., were ex- to be asked to provivde a mi lis on dolSpringfield, Mo., July 17 honda of friendship even cliiFcr than ular case? ceedingly courteous .0 our county-ma- n lars to build nnd endow a homo for Mr. Puryc.ir affects to believe that been critically ill over a week, of parwhen MilmiruiK fru nt placed their! Enclosed finely $2.06 for the "cheap-es- t .. and made his stay very pleasant. the Michigan Union, an organization l..lu... fudge Owsley has not got the whole alysis at his home in Kansas City, liuiui'n i...r... c ciiu ....l.l... tin uiiniiimiv-- . and hest." Can't do without it. iti'ii 1.A pui'iii. for the purpose of democratizing the hearted support of this county in his died on Thuisday nioming. The for the prUf, Hurrah for McChesney mid W. P. (i2 undergraduntcs. This Man Weighed 5G9 Pounds. '.ice. If he really does think that, the only sonwas Mrs.years ciS ago and the Walton. Hope nnd believe they will 1). M. Lackey of this of Residents of Jtffersontown a Louisentlcm.in from Danville is sounder liofli The funeral of the largest man in there. 1 would rather vote asleep on that proposition tlmn he was plnce. He is survived by an invalid for W. P. Walton than any man in Elgin county took plane Saturday iu ville suburb, adapted resolutions at a ii the Hoard prosecution. Hut Mr wife, two daughters, .Mrs. Herbert Kentucky as he has done so much for the township of Bayham, Out. His mass meeting petitioning tho United Purjenr believes nothing of the Sort-h- Price, of Danville, -- iu Miss Maiy democracy and besides a tried and name was John Dennis and he has Safety Powder Company to refrain knows, as his numerous trips into Goodloe Lnekov, of Kansas City, his true fiicnd. We have splendid crops lived all his life on the farm where he from rebuilding any part of the plant MISS ELIZAIIETH DYE this rountv have shown him, thai mother, Mrs. Maty Lackey and a sis- of all kinds here in Greu county. We died near St. Themns. When ulcven which was wrecked by an explosion First Prue District No. Winner ter. Miss Jennie Lackev of this city. Judge Owsley's 'home county is y JBaBasssssaV J splendid ltlfo cky of about j ears old he weighed 200 pounds and last weiJ:, L. Beverley, a miner "BaT have John of for him, nnd that we aie for him He had bten 11 faithful and devoted fifty thousand inhabitants nnd grow- nt his death his weignt was 509 Tj. YIH. 111 TiT ngnlntt them, peoonnl friends lictaiise we know that 110 more femr-'- member of the PiesJiyteruin church ing steadily. I have the honor (?) pounds. His waist measure was nine Clarkesville, W. Va., killed his wife many yens, and possessed fje nnd another woman, wounded two nian.v instances, who ial come to the ablp and ullicient Common- for of being one of the thirty policemen. feet, his chest mcasureed 8 feet. The other prcsons nnd killed himself, folfront lacking 11 few thouNind votes to wealth's Attorney ever served this hiuh esteem of all his associates. Or- .. Give m old friends my best re- casket was 30 bj .1(1 by d feet and lowing an unsuccessful attempt to Mis. Sarah l!un.um McCormiwk wn It icitnrci a good deal of spurt listnct than Sam did when I would like to see and Imvo the bodv had to be cairicd outside to put up .1 battle or tills nature anil he was in that oilice for eleven died at her home on Danville street gards. with all of them. and put into it, wheie it lay under a persuade hi? ,vife, from whom he was of locomota atiuia, nftei an illness a talk it takes a strung will to be a thorful vears. We know that Judge Ovvslev sepal aled, to let urn to him. We aie going to have a lively time tent. Twelve men placed the casket lasting two years, aged G8 yeais. Mrs, Dr. S. U. Hodge, of Knoxville, back loser but we aie sine this i the way when elected to that ofllce. will on n dray. not McCoimnck had long -- ,een a faith- in politics in this state next year. fiom fighting tho epidemic of typhus the en iliil.itcs feel o did not win, let upon the idea, as doe .Mr. r, ful membei of the Pieshterinn The pot has begun, to boil aVready. with the fever 111 Serbia, told in New York Ficiiodv wah sntiafiid that his duty is simply to ihaw Widow of Gov. Knott Dead. nothing like having 11 good how ten American Red Cross nurses, via' the count was conducted and the indictments, and let the grand jurv chuich. She was possessed wf u go- Theie is Mrs. in"a while. Sallie MeElioy Knott, 81 coming back with him on Sir Thomas wcik of the bo.ud of judges, who slaft foi themselves in trvmg to for-l- nial and hospitable disposition and lively scipp 0111c own all right. Thinl: hold oui .veais old, widow of tho late Gov, J. Upton's vacht, Ht in. had left the parwas nevei happier than when g we will proved ti be cNpeits. With the help out crime; that he will" not. Long life for the I. J. Pioctor Knott, died at a local infim-ar- y ty at Malta when told there wns need sOI1ib friend or relative. of th. adding machine, the.v went Puryear admits, he did. allow as Mr. She 11 dein Lebanon of infirmities inci- for nurses for the wounded soldiers Your old fiicnd, tl rough the task 10 a thoiotigh and fendant to escape puiiNhmunt bv fail- was a favonte with nil her neighhois. L, L. DAWSON. dent to age. Sho had been in declin- there. The funeral seivivces were held at Inisi'iess, like manner mid are to be ing to see that 11 l motion for a ing health for some time and leccirtly her residence and conducted by her congratulated kir the disji.itch vvith W. C. Cm roll was shot Saturday is passed upon. This Chicken Record? her condition been me seuous. Hope night by Will T. Gardner, who skipped whih it was done. The people of Lincoln count v were imstor. Rev. J. Rockwell Smith. She Who Can Equal A record in the chicken production for her ret ovary was piactically abanout nnd has not been arrested. They The Interior Join mil dciri's to iwver, since we have (icon living here is survived bv one son, Mr. Joe of Hendeisonville, N. C, line has been made on the farm of S, doned svvernl days ago. The funeral were attendng a dance at Alum Hiank the contuMnnth and theli so .strongly and entirely for nnv mini and two daughteia. Mesdames James II. Haugliman on the Somerset pike, services vveie held in tho Second Spiings when tm argument nrose. It friends for the intoiest taken .unl ror public olllce as they Piesbyterian chuich and burial fol- is claimed that Cm roll knocked G a reithe gnod woik which has been done in Sam Owsley in this fight. aie behind Ramsey and W. O. Goodloe of th. south of Stanford, this season. Late lowed in And thev city. the family lot in Ryder cem- ned down nnd when ho niose the latadding to the subset iption list. It nre for him, not liee-uin December a hen sHole her net in he happens Mr. llnughman's lnrge mulo barn and etery, sincerely regrets that it is not able to be from Lincoln county, ter shot him. Carroll's wounds are but bebrought off 11 bunch of chicks in JanHicks Wins Again. considered dangerous. to give Wg prizes to all those who cause they know no better qualified "The North Gate of the Cuinberlands" took patt 111 the race, for all do- - man for that odice lives in Center Brotheis, the active east The Stnnfotd base ball teilm aided uary. Sho kept them well protected this di- James Maret, the clever secretary Gnrsatd stock exporters, sent in two MRS. LUCY MILLER HARTLEY setvu to win one of the coveted pi bos uici, ann timt in him they will have by seveuil or the HustonviHe in tho big bain most of the time, and s of tho Mt, Vernon fair, sends this palarge consignments to Cincinnati, a lint it hopes those who did win will 'l ( omninnwenlth'M Winner of the Capital Priie ), .:n nine defeated the Queen & Crescent saved a number of tliem fiom the enjoy them t Hie utimxt. of tho winter. One pullet ma- per complimentries to his oxhibition car load of cattle that they had be uleit, wide awake, vigorous, able 111I1 end team of Danville Saturday, feaThe Interior Journal aUo desites to to take caru of the intwoK of tured quickly mid like her mother, mid writes us follows: "Mt. Vernon, bought from local dealers in Garrard One? of the most interesting the by the score of l.'l to Ii. Hicks was day the tures of tho contest wna the fiicmlh-n- e thank the Judges, Mr. W. W. S.iun- - iimc limit r any and all circum- in line form, letting the Q. and C. stole lier nest, nnd the otherchicks, tlie 'North (into toWny, CumberlaniR y ;hhI adjoining counties; there were located on Hoone the first 33 head of cattle in this lot; the anof the nv.ilry between the tlilfor-ei- il deis. Mi. J. W. Hochohtcr and Mi. W, stances; not only competent to draw tonin down to six hits. Ho struck brought oH tt brood of live locates! highway acro-the imals nveiagvd 750 pounds and cost candidate and this good will was G. Smith for the efficient way in indictments that will stick, hut in out seven nicii and -- all.cd one. Stan-fo- thus making the unusual record of State of IvcntULkv, as oven iu stronger evidence when the wliiih they m ably conducted the in os,.( ute impartially nil violatois of knocked three pitcheis from tho two generations of poultiy produced 011 Hast Dixie Highway, well as being them around $0.75 per hundred. will hold its within spate of seven months. The iinuoiiiiCvUU'.it if the w itinera wub count. 11c iiiw, to convict them, mid to set mound und got 21 hits. Halteiies (ith. Howling Canines Lead to Killing, iniido. that they ate punished after convic Smith, Ramsey, Allen and Simpson; not where the pullet had hatched her uiinual Fair 011 August I, 5 and Way brood, was found and in it were six Attend and meet tho Hoone leAbout the Various Trips, Among the congiatulati(ini Robot t Crouch was shot and inlion. "Liiaoln County Dcmocrata"' Hicks and Perkins. tiifertile eggs and not one was hui il- Boosters and other live wnos. stantly killed at Danville Sunday afeched bv the fm tcin. ite were thote of The winner of the Capital I'tize is ly larger than a pigeon egg. ternoon by Mrs. Hnttie Hensoti, wife the laiididatcs who wciu in the race given her choce between n 1. eland PiShetiff T. ('. lliadley has announcMs Rankin Very Thankfid. Complete Work. Her of Robert Henson. Tho tragedy oc1 am ano or a Tour to the great P.imtma-Pacifi- c ed that until Wallnco Smotheis, neg-1- 0 indeed giatuful to the ninny "My dear," said Henry Peck to his curred on tho pavement in front of Cured of Indigestion. International Exposition at nccuseil of ussunlt on Geoiiu who aided me in tliv. interior Journal . vou've the Henson home on Second street. Mm. Knllin P. Clnwiioii. Indiann. wife in timid lcuionsti-anceSim 1'iaiH'isco. Mrs. lliutley, the win- Haird at Thompson's. Station, is contest and desire to extend to them Ph., was bothered with indigestion. kept my nose to the giuuUtono over Mis. Hongcai hud .cen away from to Clark county, an oxtin my piolound thanks. Without thu ner of flic Capital Prize, has decded home and had left sevurul dogs fason the Exposition dip aa the piize guanl will he maintaiiieil nt the Fav-ett- e tunclv help of such ft lends I would "My stomach pained mo night ami smto our maiuugo hack iu "Dl" "Pmi chine irn-rthan that," county jail. she most dosiioe. Tina tour will in not have boon ablu to make the good day," she vviites. "I would feu! bloat- 1'eck grimly iHisworod, I've made Mrs. tened up. They howled so much that neighbors were unable to sleep. deed make a fcpplondld flip und will show lug I did. I shall cherish thoir ed nnd have headache and livIHiinc Crouch und other neighbors remonbo a vacatian long to be romembeted hit will bo given im aiitomohile trip goodness long after they have for- .iiftui oatuicr. I nlso suffered fiom con turn the unndstone, too. strated with Mrs. Henson, the outstlimtkiii. M daughtur hail used Twenty-tito Hulle Isle, the most beautiful wik gotten tho aid thev gave me. co days of ploasuie, includSlight Confusion come being tho death of Ciouch, Chamberlain's Tablet and they did in the woild. Aiitomobilo trin.s mid ing 11 visit to the Exposition and EVA RANKI.W htir so in iu h stood thai she wave me 11 "Wlvat is the tompemtu zona?" Crouch waa about foity-flv- e years other footmen which have imrnme duvoa Imivo Iihoii arranged at. few dosea of thuni mid insisted upon "I don't know," repliod the briuht old and Mra. Henson about fifty. Mrs. M) Ul0 touiinta will be been MTiawfad (or re enteitaiiiiHont Aaifiira Won't Uo Pacific Then. Thoy-holpme aa littlo girl. tlium. my aaya for lUnaon waa arroatad ami placed iu candii'iitc Till Tcui ublo to see the grwit Falls fiom all ii' t'n With T. Itoiwevolt, W. J. Bryan and nothing olse haa done." For sale bv ua at hums"Father udk it'a hotterlocal jail. Her examining trial will be hold not to wnt or ill he under the personal direction iMiints of vautuirti.. Niagaia Hairy Thuw :, the Sun Fiuuriaco Ex- - nil dealers. Saturdays In the mean time she ia option." .fir Falls, a illt(htftil boat trip acroas puaition all at f Ml. Pamel lioumur of VersaillciN, tha name time, tho out on a $1,500 bond. h peroiie.I bv Mrs. Ilowmar and will Lake O11t.11 io to Toronto lm baen name ot the western coast vim net Ice Cream Supper. Sunday Excursion to Cincinnati. t. ve for the Kxpoiitiou on Aug. 2nd. anuiigeid and there V will be many longer liu called Pacific. Mi- - Eva Kankin The ladies of the HapUl clsurth The L. and N. will run un oxcui-aio- u Headache and Nervousness Cured. und .Mlaa Elisa-tl- i sikhta to l soon in Toronto. TI)oae will sive an Ice cioam aiijipur in the "Chamberlain's Tablet a outitled to Cincinnati Sunday at $l.7A I'M. tbe w.niieiTi of the First fours wdl also be under tho peraonal Rett Diarrhoea Remedy, vard tlie train loavea to nil the praiaa I ciin givei them," Pne in eaeh district, wiH aUo have diuctioi of Mi. Danlol Ilowmar, of If vou have over used Cliambor- - Collefc-- i',:S0 to on Thuraduy evening oi tho round-tiltKveiybody is in- Stanford at 1:10 a. m. 10. Mrs. Richard (lip, Spcnreport, " .gMT- - l sssssssssssalt 1 most delightful trip. The Niugara Vei tallies, and will bo thupeionod bv Iain's Colic. Chulora and Diarrhoea fiom N. V. Thoy have cured mo of head1bHbssssssssssssssssssWbsIIbsssssR& Falls tiipa include a visit to several Mrs. Ilowmar. These toura will start numady you know thut it is a uceaa vited to (omu and spend a pleasant aame tinu lend a ache and iiervouinofea aud restored me Better Thau Life Insurance. of the kngest and bot eitloa in the Sept. 7th. Sam V. Guin, Whatley, Ala., xvritaa, "1 cnoniiiK and at the to my normal houlth." Por sale by all The Mammoth Cave trips are too liati moaVMM and got caught (Hat ia the helpinjt hand In tho good cause. Twonty-fiv- o (ounlrv .is,) there ia no doubt that cents invented in 11 dealers. tho winning contoatanta will enjoy woll known of to mako comment bottlu of Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera raiji, and it settled In tay atcMfMim and Dsath of Ltlle Roy. will arnvo in Remedy will enable The bowels, I had an awful time, The High Cost of Living. sBBsssssa&nsBaV' v''"' this trip in tlmo fni luncheon which ited this The person who haa not vis- it not been for Ckamiisilaiii'tau4 hid Ax-hi- Vankwok, the two your old und Diarrhoea your family fiom uny you to piotect Cincinnati nntural wonder, should be Colic. pioud of tho opportunity to do so. Choleru and Diarrheas Hamuli I It cost $216,000 in lawyers' fees to f Mr. aud Mra. Jamtss Vanhook, serious consequences roaiiiting from will be Jervcd ut the Grand Hotel, t " .' Kunilav night -- ad was buried an attack of colic or diarrhoea during divorce the Gngenhelms. Divorce, is Leaving Cinrinmiti eu route tu De- The ton young I in lies who won Mum-mot- h could not poaaibly lvo ' p. m in Goshen come-to-- tne summer months, is that not better getting Into tho class of Iuxuites with Cavo Trips will leave na thu few hours lnngei, but thank L thu Monday at troit, they will pass thrugh Dayton, Mr. Wnhook lives 011 Wm. than life inuuiauco? Buy it now. It aiipoudivitui. yachting aud bankrunt- MISS EVA RANKIN Middlctown, Postoria, Springfield, morning ot Aug. 11th over tho L. and icmcdy, I am now well und tronK." I cy, says muy save life. Por sale by (.c.Jicr'a farm on Logan's creek. nil exchange. Winner First I'rizo Diitrict No. 1. und other cities. In Detroit tho tour- - N., and will be out about thico days. For Bale by all dealers, WINS CAPITAL PRIZE WITH TOTAL OF 3,312,125 VOTES. CON-TES- itni. T Rentier and wife Mr. K. I Barnard, of Waahlnicton City, la here for a tay th lMr moth er, Mra. Patte (ill. Mrs. II. F. Hudson entertained at a course ilmnat in honor of Mra. Gao. Farris of Danrt , f ol. of Muncte, Ktv. Arthur Cha-e- y, Ind., prrached nt th" Baptist church Sunday morning and evening. Dan Colllar Rlkln la hare from Yale the vacation with University t aiK-hia parents, Mr. ann Mra. Robert L. -- LANCASTErt ITEMS Mm. Wm. IJi'it'e of New Orleana, la the gucat of her cousin, Mra. .John K. Stormoa. Miaa Klaia Zimmer ia in Sflmaraet for a vlait to liei uncle, Mr. Charlea cam-palg- "l At-tor- iu To the Democrats of Lincoln County. Drove His ford to Middlesboro, I regret very niHch the ncceaaity Ilnnry Anderson, who that whlrh compels me to bring into lhi there Is but one automobile ami that campaign the name of Mrs Jhb. V. ia the Fold, drovw to Middjeaboro a Iloldam, but rortain false and m few day ago to take .Mr. 'and Mra. stntoments, calculated to In- Holmes Cummins, wl.Si have made jure me among; those with wlmm I Stanford their homo for the past six am not jntimately known are ha.ng' months. It look him three days to circulated. In ray formal announce make the tiip to the city, to the full term hut he returned in just half of the ment cif the office of Circuit Court Clerk, time. Mra. Cummins is a maararino I stated "I wciild mnke the ihcu upoa vvntei and he wanted to travel over my own merit and MtncMH fm tt po- the Boone Way and atop at tho more sition," ami 1 h.tva not gone aeynnd historic points on the route. She took that in this carrr;aigii in soliciting" many pi'tuies along the wav and this your support. If th Demoerata of fook up a good deal of tirm "My this county heliova my opKnu-n- t bet- Ford ran all rnrht niil I had no trou ter qualified to starve them as their ble with it, hut juat boyond Haael Circuit Cleik it is their dutv. to sup-o- rt Pati h we had to re a pair of mnls him. If xhvy think I am the to help us up a hill. The Mtlit was better quirilfled, I hope they will give very dark, the hill wna almost me thoir support fur vvliirh I will and the recent rains had mnde it aa slick as glaas. he guileful. The letter puhVish-eAnothur bolow ia alf.c!XAiuitory nnd ia in time we h.ul to call for assistance, answer to one of nunv audi rumors, but it was where work wn being done on the load between Pineville and KospectfulK't Mlddlcboro, and the gentlemen who M. C. NKWLAND. had charge very cleverly loaned the Crab Orchnrd, Ky., .Iul 20, 1015 ue of n team to help us n short ways. Mr. M. C. N'owlnnd. Circuit Clealv, The fellow at Hazel Patch wasn't s Sfnnforil, Ky clever. Hu made l pav SHI for nn I have your communicaDear Sir: ho u us' work," siid Mr. Anderson, ns tion of even dato in which you slnte, he told f hi trip. Me. and Mrs. among other nat a report is Cumnins will remain nt MildIehoio being circulated to the elfect that some months, but it is more than you did not comply with your agree- pruhablp Unit they wiH return to ment with me pryor to our elec- Stanford when the ntitmn leaves be- tion in 191 1 nnd tlmt 1 did not secure gin to fall. It is hoped nt any - V. fr v d eight-jear-ol- tr to ti c g, ar Van-Hoo- k, e, -- ri... - I" jaMteLr.Jh xiX f w-- I "aaaHV ti v f i np-H- I I V foi-m- or olR-cia- ls fl r, I -- gt e foI-idl- 11 c, 1'ur-vca- et entei-tninin- new-tria- ae s ,.,. rig-01- 1 -- offi-cialt- ul 1 11 e n MP f w'li-ii'i- ius ed . u ), nee-ear- y. tou-risl- a e H-- -- t. iA v. . i.' llllMn 'J'V-SsW,M,- ,,., JL, --- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, July 20, 1915. Brodhead Fair, August Honor Roll Bank. OUR AIMS. The Interior Journal To the Democrat Dm! I 11 3 Days. i u i i h of Lincoln County. doubt for nn infant his' Vt.'iOV t S.lt'FI.PY I.liton !.! Manarni nbiMy to fill tlio office, or feci that there is any iloulit in your minds UluO A U R KflUtTJ.Y 1JC .UIVANCK about his democracy, 1 would rot Vi . . '. lnt.r.4 -- I iht ,o.f.. it AMn.M .rror.1 , ,7 "..V w n i ' "uum 'I'i'y iiiuukiil nic diur ma.i morrtr and much f.itmaction to my brother thir- Col. W. I'. Walton, now residing In We feel to congratulate the The constant aims of the officers and emteen young lade who won in the con- Lexington, to know that Lincoln coun ployes of this bank are: test which came to a cloc Saturday ty, his old home, hn. glen him a big their trips oto in primary night. am ... .., l." . To promote the interests of customers just and getMay theyt nil enjoythem powi-hi- tnrH (n .iff. juil of Aug. 7.tm I I.Ihi go- the mo-- out of If o .nit tir Mll 1VI llllll till congratulate the van- that ilny for tho high office of SecWe also as they endeavar to promote those of the bank. quished ones on the fplcudid manner retary of State. This is the first' time he has ever To do all they can to make the dealings of in which nthey nccepfed their todefeat. in the nature ofotTcred for office nnd .' meet thingH he can not Mrong character It takes depositors agreeable and profitable to them. young la- do so. wty often in the future, for inl defeat wjth n mile, but the prizes are of a few more yenrs father trmc will J dies who failed to win You all travel, you atl viiit, you all go mmt where on builnen, aid xhtn To eonfribute to their enterprises the conthat class, for nat one of them hn prohibit sutJi things. you do go, you do not want to be tnbairaued jrourielf, not cmlirratt and each hat shown the IcaRt ?orenes to scne one' foresight and timely It Is his grcnt servative congratulated the ictors in the race, term as Secretarydeirc State nnd if of your friends by minr ragged wnrn ul of datn traveling luggage. We which at time cached a fcer heat. the Lincolu county democrats will) counsel which strong a bank can properly-- beThoe who did nut win priecs have help him to that end I pledge them want you tn tee our TRUNKS in botS regular and .teamer .tyle, tnuare stow. broadened their acquaintance and that they will never hne cnuse t" I of study- lVirret it. I realize full well that It lop, lirat trimmed, good looker at any price from $3.50 In $12.50. SUIT hive had the opportunity To repay their confidence in us by confiing human nature that probably thej Jmve no claim on the democracy of how good you would feel carrying one of our genuine walrut CASES would not have had had they not en- this county nnd I may lie presuming i dence in them. tered the fight. We thank them all when I ask the democrats to ote leather lined mil cniet at $15.00. Cowhide onri in brown or lilrck lea did and trust my brother, but I am going to do y for the good work LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK ther, $5 00, $7.50, $10.00 and $12.50. Split leather, .tiaw, or imitation leathat eacli will feel that the time thej, a'id promic that if they will com gave to the conte was well spent ply with the rcques-- t that their father, at $1.00 to $3 50. HAND BAGS, genuine cow hide in tinoutli or Stanford, Ky and always look upon their home pa- vor to me will never bo forgotten or per and its editors as their staunch cease to be appreciated. rough finUh, blown or black, bandtome a can be nt $5.00, $7.50, $10 00 friends. Thirty-tir- e years rgo I came among "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSED and $12.50. Come and tee tbete goodt before you travel and you will ou nnd you took me in. You have reGen. Percy Haley told a gentleman joiced with me in what few successCapital. $100,000: Surplus S100,1007 I I I I I t I then the more want to gc. t t McChcs-ne- y friend of the writer that Mr. es I have lnd nnd sorrowed with me Resources $520,000.00. woiild win in the gubernatorial in my adorsities. Your continuous VV. H. Shanks, Fres. J. B. Parton, Vicc-Prcrace by lift. 000. A. Owsey Stanley and consistent goodness to me Is told the writer some fix weeks ago probably the renon thnt I feel justiW. M. Bright, Cashier. J. W. Rochester, Asst. Cashier. that if the race were to come off then fied in making this lequcst of you. he would win by 50,000 nrul that he Grant it and if my proves uneliced he win gaining ground each worthy of the confidence ;ou hae day. Hon'. E. J. McPermott, who repced in him, charge it to me and called nt this office when he spoke let me bear the sins of him who has here some fifteen days ago, said that been both father nnd brother to me. he would win the race with vates to Thanking you and again asking spare. Henry Bosworth, who was in that you remember W. P. Wnlton Stanford court day, stated in this of- when you ote in the Secretary or fice that he was n sure- - wjnner. There State race on August 7, I am, are four entries in the race and all Yours to command, STANFORD, KENTUCKY MAIN four are sure winners. And each E. C. WALTON. Dress or Work gave plausible grounds for the statement he made. Now- how the deuce is Financial Aid for the Farmer. a fellow going to tell who will be the "A proposal to standardize warenominee and how is he iroinir to de We have them in cide where to put the proverbial thir- houses and warehouse receipts for Kentucky' Htgbeit Court 2nd Bim'ett blue pin check, linty cents that he has been carrying cotton nnd other staple cnmmoditlc That the Court of Appeals f Ken around all summer to bet on the wir- - is being considered by rryembers of tuekj. Judge Shaikelfunl Millti, Reserve Hoard, officers en, palm beach and ner in the cubcrnatorinl ilnrhv? Ho the Federal Bank of New Chief Justice, and Judges W E. Setof the Federal hasn't got a chance on his 'rife! C. C. Tinner J. the khaiki. York and the heads of several lead- tle, John I). Carroll. Nunn and Holm ing New York banks. Although no II. Hannah, C. S. For Dress we have The Interior Journal wants to action has been taken, it was lenrrwd Hurt, has given, more opinions than to publishers generally the today that those considering the mat- any othci lourt of last rtvort in the worsted i n fervices of W. C. Potts, who conduct- ter had. expressed the iew that a United States, except the Su.weme stripe, solid color, ed the contest that came to a cloe string of warehouses ':ould be estab- Court of Texas, is shown by a tnble Saturday night. He knows his busi- lished under private ownership and prepared by the West Publishing Co greys and ness. is strictly honest and uptight uniform State laws so that the re- The number of opinions pei judge and is n fine gentleman. This was ceipts would become n standard of ac is second to none among all States. On account of bad health, I will sell withuut b bid or reserve on serge. WBr v vW the second contest he has conducted ceptance by bankH and be immediate- The same conditions arc shown by by Remember the for this paper and in both instances ly rediscountablc nt the Federal Re- statements of other years, isutd he not only made good but impressed serve institutions. The purpose of the West Company. "Dutchess" is the the management ami all with whom he the proposed standardization plan is came in contact with the fact that hu to render the banki: -- esources more of the hour Ice Cream Supper at Cothen. is the right man for the business he flexible and etensie in the interest The ladies of the Gohtn cliHrch when you see a conducts. Some 800 new subscribers of the farmer. Bankers pointed out will at Two O'clock give nn ice crenm cupper at Gowere added to the Interior Journal's that there wns need of a warehouse it is a "Dutchalready large list and considerable receipt that would be instantly ac- shen beginning at 8 oclock Saturday night, next, 'J miles west of Hnrrmlsiiurg, on exroHent pike. monoy was collected from subscribers cepted in any hank throughout the go to repairing1th. The proceeds will m) farm of 10 ncros, '2 ess." the budding. An inwho in some instances were so far be- country. This was dcclnrcd to be esThis farm i rich and highly improved, ha two inohautible wflld. New is prices now. hind that it was the intention of the sential to better financing of the vitation theextended to all to come and laudable caucc. proprietors to drop them from the crops, and this, it was rain, applied help in cirtern; good orchard; ncwl fenced all over; has nieo brick nnd list. We arc not particularly "stuck" peculiarly to cotton. The New iorv frame houte; two uxlra large porrhep; good pantry, etc; new double garon contests generally, but the way bankers informed the Federal Re , $100 Reward, $100 Mr Pott" conducts them makes us feel serve Board members that any plan Tp rttrs it tht iiair ill te rkftwil U age or buggy house; new hen houFc; meat hoiifc; coal bout and No. 1 U'it tlirri much friendlier to the proposition. ". approvevd by their southern corre- rrn tcUiKf ha at ItMt on tlrailI U lit atlo In ctirn tn milk house; Inrge stock barn, lOxCO feet; all building are either now or spondents would be acceptable. MemHall Catarrh uro an;l tLat t 1 atarrb ! We have no patrenee with Leo bers of the conference expressed the Mas". only trlthr ci r ! Wnti to thr iiMti itf I a. fraUrnltjr Catarrh twine a contyuttoru. oeihauled; land all in grass; Hi acres irgin soil nnd one of ninwt athl the convicted murderer of lit- belief that the cotton crop could be f- tliMiM rfimrr a rj(ifttutliwial trata(it ctlrik taken Inirrnally tle Mary Phairan. in Atlnnin ...i - inanced this year without taxing tlw Hull Catarrb Cure lirt)y ui the Mood an mncrui ttttrr of turn m our belief that he is guilty resources of the country despite the ttu jitetu, tbentr drfttrvjliti? It fmmiJatkn bout homes in Central Kentucky nnd will be fold at the almvc date and stTJ"Z thtr but that is neither here nor thorn it lack of the large supply of foreign f tb dUraie( tLand OHi'tUrnUm IMWrl place for the high dollar rain or shine. Don't delay coming to se- - this ami awtlstlnj; ra j lutldlrir up wfcta what tl,e banking In Kt-!l ,,,J?'inK of Georgiachief executive of New York capital normally ued. luri murb Mnf lt 1U rural Tt ixiwrf rlctr ha o n faltb In tbat tbj the State farm on any day, prior to day of sale, for romc one is going to get tlio City special. beliexes is a juU ffTrr One Hunflrrd lVllar U that It anj The above article is the identical fall to cut. bnil fur lift cf ttlnxnUK """ shuuiu ne protected at a r bargain of their life. Address hazards. TJie AddriM t. J C11I:m: k CO. TcIrJj. O. propoitfion that Congressman Helm Wil-laHoM tr all UniFcltta T3c Creen, who attacked him with a is advocating in the interest of the (Water Glass.) Taki Hall's IiidIIt VIHb t cmtlatlon. kmfe and severed his jugular, was ev- tobacco grower and he has prepared idently paid to do it by some enemy and will introduce at the next sesEggs laid away fresh during the season when of frank and he and the scoundrel sion of Congress a bill In conformity who concocted the scheme should You Here's HARRODSBURC, KV R. r. D. 3. be with the movement outlined. they are cheap will be in perfectly good condition dealt with summarily. Georgia muM present indications the EuropeanFrom war do some thine to ave her from will extend beyond the marketing peshame AdverMarVet both the tobacco and with Soc- and the best thng is - speedy enforce- - riod of both of which promise cotton The tisePeople's You HaveDact Sell months when during the What to crops, to be ought to die, but certain it The aveis co or water glass. Easy to use and inexpensive. not too busmen of a fellow-convi- is that it or unusually large this year. cotton is FOB SALE. Milk cow giving 2 rage annual production of gallons per day. A bargain if taken anybody else, as far as that is 15,000,000 bales, 10,000,000 of which GStf. at once. 10c a can. igo abroad for consumption. Fully darnTihereCm0VChin,fr0mt,,ismu"' one half of the tobacco crop is shipOKDERS taken for ped abroad for consjmption. In lie menu cards, china, etc., Si'rrise banking, or beins on' the absence of American owned ships, the Kate Ljr.n Wood. fir1-STANFORD, KY. job at ti a. m., which shatters the pop prospects tar better prices for each THE REXALL STORE ciop is no better than it was last ular tradition that the banker gets FOB SALE. Second hand down at 10 a. m. and leaves for the year on account of the exorbit'int runabout. Bargain if fold at onco. golf links a few hours later, is h be ocean freight rate. All of which 0 M. S. Bnughmun, Stanford. i d of the the feature .of the new Produce Ex- emphasizes the nece.--.j-y warehouse referred to. In change Bank at St. Paul, Minn. The THE Waynotburg Lumbei Co., of chiei purpose of the early opening i our dpinioi Mr. Helm has a good Wayne burg, handles all kinds of to handle the buH'nes of Hie maiket business proposition, notwithstanddivattd lumbei. I'oplar sindmgs, $1 20 gardener.. While the "day and ing that it has been adversely t. in certain quarters. ami up. night" banks which came into vogue scleral years ago failod.of succest even in tho largest cities, the "sunNOTICE. Five per cont penalty I J. K. Knox, of Boyle, sold to B. G rise banking" inst.tutions already Fox thiee ntd horre mules for 5400 added to school tax on Aug. 1, 101.1. hoe baceme established fixture ir M. J. Farxis also to" o Mr. Fox ten L. It. Hughe. Trens., Boom 20,62-t-over Two-Hors- e several largo maiket centers of thi foui and mules nt ?H0. Lincoln National Bank. Moithwest. TOR SALE. Lightning buy b n'c. i If you want value for your money we have News comes that Gen. Pcicy HaCARTHAGE WOMAN in good shape, and will go cheip if ley wiH come over to be with Mr. old at oiKC. M. 1 Lawrence, fctau- MeChesney, D. No. 5. when he speaks here r0 Jt. Jj Placed on the bargain counter a lot of Oxfords, TELLS HAPPY STORY foid, it Wednesday night. We fear this will not be helpful to Mr. McChesney's FOB BENT -- My home place, Mrs. Laura DuUo of Carthage, Tenu., in mens, ladies and childrens. Look them over campaign. Haley will be the greater 20 aeres, seen room house was a victim of stomach disorders for attraction and may detract from the -and largo barn. Mrs. M. A. (lover, several years. Sho loit appetite and r7-tattention the gubernatorial the next time you come in. : her weight fell off. Sho could net rest Crab Orchard, Ky. : : : : should receive. at night. FUKN1TUBE FOB SALE. -- I will Sho took Mayr'B Wonderful Remedy The contest is over, dear reader, on Just a few doses and found herself nt my residem-- in Ciab Orchard my and after today we will say no more Saturday afternoon, July 21, sell restored. about it. You have been patient and In fact, Mrs. Duke's recovery was ho'i crld and kitchen furniture. forbearing and wc propose to reward CG-so rapid sho was afraid that it could Mrs. W. I. Walker. you with a better paper, if it is in Crab Orchard Kentucky be only temporary. So she waited our power to make one. FOB SALE. Mure and buggy; from September, wheu she took the Preston; perfectly safe; until the and he has been n tower of strength remedy, judgment. following February mare is by autos or trains. For to pass Then ebe wrote: not nfruid of in all forward movements. FROM STANFORD AND WAY STATIONS see J. C. Bailey, Stanford, "I writo ou in regard to your wonMr. Terrell has not dnly rendered Tntum, Crab Orchard. D. C Round-tri- p Railroad Fare $4.35. Board at hotel including the routes in tlio aluablc official services to the peo- derful stomach remedy that I took or S. J. Barbourville, Ky. u8-t- f s outing for $9.85. Writo or ple of Kentucky, but he has also been last September. I feel better than I Payne, Cnvo for $5.59. An hate In live years. L. & N. Auent for partii ulars. phone a stalwart Democrat and has helped "My weight was 127 Nice Farm For Sale Privately pounds; now to wage the battles of Democracy 1 ilcrire to fell privately my fuim from tho stump i.nd has served in the it is UIVz. and I can eat anything 1 whole people cannot be overestimatCLAUDE B. TERRELL Opposite the Court-Hous- c, capacity of assistant to the Demo- want. I eleep well at night. I would of 2C acres, known as the One Aned. written cratic campaign chairman of the havehow I got before, but I wanted to derson place, located in tight of Hon. Claude U. Ten ell, twico Tho eeo closely associated with along." and Improved with a honoicd with the Speakership of the theHe has been interest of the State State. He is a business man of Inigc educational Mayr's Wonderful Hemedy gives perhome and good big stock or experience, of stiictest integrity and of Bepmentutive, is now tech-in- f House inli.iprn barn, cribs, hen house, nnd year, and the Democratic nomination for for many no stiongvr popular educa- is honest, faithful, able and loyal to manent results for etomacn, liver and has advocate than ullnieuts. Eat as much and good paii stock teales oh pike. Land Treasurer on the Stute ticket.. Mr. tion Terrell, who has labored constant- all he professes, nnd if elected to the intestinal you like. No moro Mr. distress is in good Btate of cultivation, most office of State Treasurer he can he whatever lias been un ardent supporter ly to Terrell Well and cistern Lall in grnsa now. good roads, movement from the tucky benefit all the children of Ken- depended upon to fill that responsible after eating, pressure of gas in tho I of tho 4 t .t -- ...1.1 f nnmi l with """ beginning, and ho has devoted much education. a thorough and practical position with the utmost fideitiy and stomach uud around tho heart. Qetono in yarn, a uuibuih j your druggist now and try it Toims to suit purchuKer. Granville of to porfoun its duties most capably bottlo of of his time and talent to the cauboseron an absolute guarantee If not satis- Lutes, Stanford, It. F. D. No. 0. His influence has been wielded and cffieiently. Tho Kentucky Kood roads in this State, and his factory money will jio returned. for all progretivo measure'.) Standard. vice in behalf of better roads for the ,,.',:'. I Everybody Going e. J .ey fr i s. The Dutchess Pant McRoberts & Bailey STREET For - Re.-er- PUBLIC SALE RICH FARM P.M. the blue i pant Tuesday, Aug. 10, 1915 six-roo- pant Reduced ROBINSON'S !I ir-t-t t socco. Winter treated ..- 1 I fellow-prison- er, What Want R. L. TODD JOHN I. VANARSDALL, Auctioneer -2 et PENNY'S DRUG STORE, hand-pointe- d Go To plnce-iards- Farris' For Your It SOMETHING NEW COMING. stan-darde- tf crit-cise- d I Garden Tools and Seeds.... G8-8- Great Variety And Prices Right. Wagon. Roller Bearing "Stop, Look, Listen" to Jack. Stanford, Ky. -- -- con-tabli- W. H. HIGGINS, t'it can-dida- f. Mammoth Cave. Regular Morning Train, Aug. 11. two-day- W. E. PERKINS T. D. NEWLAND six-roo- Wants to sell you an Ice Cream ly Freezer and Refrigerator. Also your Groceries. Phone us. No. 168. CG-1- 0t 'J 31 i'i KAukLUMiiClB . wmmTJT ...t4 .. . The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. f Tdoy, July 20, 1915. BiEtSRf&'BS.I Come and do your Banking Business with us, and we will show you thai our methods are up to dale in every respect, and that the officers are nt 7 o'clock; pienchtns next HunJay, July 2fi, nt 11 n. m. nnd 7:15 p. m.f Sunday at 11:30 n. tn. A dispatch from Whitcbury, Letcher eotinty, says: Kev. W. A. Ilopkhis, of OvvliiKsvllle, nssitled by Her. . H. Tnlhott, of Winehelois and Miss MntKaret Horner, of Sinn' 'ford, opened a two week's revival tn tho rreMiylerinn clmrvli hero y:ter-daiiimI niiirli inteiesl is mntiifc'ted, y on Weihicsuny At Rnptlst church, pwycr mcetlnc CHURCHKS evenlnR, will lie hold Huildlnc Nice Ilomr. LATEST WAR NEWS. Joe Chnneellor Is hnvInttT'ill Slon President Wilson nnd Secretary Iho bnwi contaitor, build Inrn a idee. Lnnalntf hiivc prepared a nntcon home on the wto of his old wirrnre lo be MikmiUcd to one on tho Crnb Orchard pike. ik rinbin lorksv. The tonlcnts ft hsvo bech well Jilin II. Shanks, of Columbus, da., Iho commnnrraliun nrrhod heio Sunday 4o spend seveml gunrded, iml but tro.n semiomciii! wir-- s fom deduction It weeks her' with relatives nnd friund it v.11 make? no mention' Mrs. Itiffn anil children, of Ludlow, sftfl that ease, onlv dalinff WMth nrc the kiioU of Mrs. Kliui ColTey of ti.e Ordurn pnndinrr with (lermahy., i' ues nlredv mu ii it i .l r. . .i7s .nte will close yvry loophftle sub-maritwo-titor- y . iumm 3 Forln-frmtc ISSt rs..;.i jfoc--; I t1 mkrr'ii' niK'f i'tr,. and Ohik-rcn- . ai . mm WT1M The !fei You Have t Ilnrkrdnlc HtimleH, citii.lidnto to-d- o for IB ,iw"oa' s!!w.,-,,?- in l(s le,m competent, obliging. polite and over the fncl that during hiil iidmlnistrHtlou s Suporintinilent of) I'Hhlir iii'tiurlion the 'school term! has been increnscd from hix to scycii months. Seems to tn (he who mnlo such a tiling poshl'', nro entitled to n mis! I sharo of the cicdit. s k Cress shippepd two of hojrs to Cincinnati Knlunlny wjilch they boutrlit in this county nnil ItuckcjiMlc nt 7 to 7 -l cent". Thoy hhipped InKt wci'k two enrs of laml thoy houL'ht nt nboii' 7 cents. Of this number thoy bought .TO of Jou C.hnni'vllnr nnd .'12 of Henry .lopeK rar-load- Capital and Surplus $78,500. First National Bank Stanford, Ky. According to a rcpsit issued by 'oniniiwHiner of Agriculture J. W. Newrmih, avorane prices received jjrower for the 1011 nop r, wei $7.21 fvr Ilurluy, !6.21 lor one-suike- $6.ri'.l for fired tlurk rivor. for unlkcd durk, $6.3.1 nd tr 07 for Oroen Mrs. W. O. Spied, of Huto..ville, it MsititiK ndntives at Tans. Miss Lucille Cooper returned Mon" Charles Hue of UwntrMon. to friends in lloyle day from a tfir km ( of St.nr I'loltW. hrr Miss Winifred C'lovin. of CincinnaMrh. J. S. Nice N ti, in the guest, of Mrs. J. HowenfUm. Mrf. Mary (Jurnctt at Cave tty. Dr. W. M. Doores, of Crab Orchard Mrs. II. C ltilt.y wont to spent Monday in this ity. Sntur.lny to vlil rcl'iUys. Mis Ophila Ijckc-- rpent severMix Alplm Knlr rnturncd Sunday al (lays with Ciiib Orchard frjendt. from a vi'it to relatives it Lebanon Miss Emma Hays, of this ofllcc, Ixixington -- pent Junction. nne cmint. friend". yesterday with Kc'.win ltnnkln of and hns bnii vlmting friend Mil. A. S. Price nnd daughter, Mis hero. urcnar.i children Uertie MiCluro are at Knnl (Iri'i'iiliunt, wife a"" or Springs for a few days. Mi- of l.ouivilli'. ImNO bcrn tbc rumIs of rrankfort. Delia Johnwin Oorkcy. the family of ! who has been the giioxt of Miss Aim Mm Alva llollrliiw. who hni been Kills has returned home. vlrHlnK fricndit in Huntington. W. Hicks, or Hrndhcnd, Mrs. Vn.. returned homo Saturday.( of Mesdames Julia Imago was the guest Hubbard. MKvMhMIp ('nonliurg. of intendent of Public Instruction, subOrkoy nnd Hughes and Ktl. is.. vMtlng .. Mrs. Jocrpli Mrs. John Walter, of Ijincnster. ject to the action uf the Dctnoerntic . !.. 111. rnilttlV. reveral days with .Mr. James party at the Piimnry on Aucusl 7th - .11 l" ,,L " flnlilri.tl- .- of WnlUr and Mins Mollie Walter. jirs. ti.. He is hemic strongly supported by the Campbell illo. an-- guortu of hr paMis. Walter Hopper, of Mt. Ster- Hducatois of the Sta.e lecniiM' of hr rent. Mr. and Mr. T. 1. ling, who has In en the j;"et of Mrs. kicn ohn'ivntion nnd kroad experiMr .n.l Mm. V. U. Kowlo. of I.ub- - Kate Hopper, icturned home Monday. ence, and fcjstimntie uiideisUindini; anon .lunctlnn. are (.pending " Wwrrk News ronton that James H. Haines. of their problems; and by the people . N. with hi parent, Mr. and Mrs. who has lieen ery ill nt his home at Ihchiii-- they rcrncnUc that he, as a Fowlcv. Highland Park, i cliRhMv improed private citweu, had done moic to KlUnboth Wilkinion. who hni Mi Prank Wi1kinon and wife, and Mis the lommon schools and to Mabel WilMi bccH the irm--t of llettio KUteher. of HurKin, hpent to bur home at Unr- Sunday with the family of Ii.1 Wil take them uut of politics than nn kinson, returned other man in the SU.e. As editor of ein Sunday. kinKin. Ibe Southern School Journal, he has Mlw Kluabeth llunn ban returned Mr. O. II. ('ook.t is Mjiendini; a few lwd a wide audience, nnd kns been home from I'rankfnrt, where io lta dayh at Crab Orchard Sprint?!-- try instrumental in shapiiiK' publie opinbeen the gueM of her nuil, Mrs. 11. inn to riil hmelf of vexatious Mom-nc- ion in school mntteis. He if the G. I.eCnmpt. trouble. "jjeneraj refetco" li educntioiial afMle Uabelle Reynolds is the truest Mrs. Joan Hall, who has been vNit-ir- fairs in Kentucky. (Adv.) of bor putvnta Mr. and Mrs. Kdgnr her ilauKliter, Mrs. ilolion Camp Reynolds ut MeKinney. after sped-In- p bell, n turned to her home at Jefferson School." Law. wornl months in Vincenne. Satunlay. I ml. Mrs. VMfa Hlain has. returned Wren, one of the mo Mis Jinnie has bee from Dan ille, where accommodating of the hello giils of the nuestis of relatives and friends OtlMII m; TWO MIKli! m Telephone Kxrlwnge, Is for Feveral weeks. the Stanford vmitrriiJ Jmtt X ltr. urt tT lff ft rtfOdlarff onjoylrig n much needed rest of a few Mrs. John Uik'ht, Jr., and childrer allfUtt. Ars' tmUH risu iuh ii jrlBBrj tip wcet$. her parents, Dv ami Mrs nro II. Ito'vnn Snufley, of Stanford, has Ilunlett Itamsev, in the Taint Lio Tferf J(Jlnjnri'uf tufrui f.i been in the county on government section of Carrsrd. Ky. HilOrr fLVNEBAKER. StCy, Lotis-illI). Hopper, this wuik.-dc- o. buMtiu" Mr. II. F. Lewis, who has a fine Stanford, was in Somerset briefly pench orchard in the Highland .sec of lntit week.- - Claiborne Walton, or tion, hn our thnnks for a basket of Stanford, was mingling with Somer- the most luwious peaches we liavr set friends (his week. Miss Mnliniln seen for time. Nave, of HuMonvillr, is the guett of Mr. E. C. Hill and (wo d.iughtrf ?.Iim Mildred Tibbnls -- Attorney Kcn- - Aline nnil Kathernie, of St. Loui of ilrick Aliorn. of SHmford, was in the nro tni. Ki,0ftg f M,r. alj Mrs. K. C. Somerset Onrman ami family. city last wiek on Humid. Mr. W. S. Fih, who has been in the l. Mis .ora liiiugli. 01 iiigiiuimi, vis- - l,Cncoiie fo Louisville. week. .r,.R.n,ent for h0IIU, tu months i ited relatives and lat MUb Uelle Moore has returned from back home, very much improved. Stanford, where Mie ha been the ,Mis Kathenne Wnrreii, of this eit-Kuost of Mrs. Cicero Ueynolds. Miss but for the pieent .oc.ited at Wc.os-tct- , WE WILL OFPER TO THE HIGH- Isa Floyd, of IIutonville nnd Mrs. Ohio, won a trip t the I'auumn EST BIDDER ON Floyd were iriicsts of Mis Huth Al- Uxpositinn in a conteft conducted b len durinir the institute. The Misses n paper of that city. Wednesday, August 11th, , Heck, of MeKinney, nrc the quests or J. Richard Hush, ormerly of Davis, and their sister, Mrs. now of Lexington, has form but 1915, fomil). Mr and Mrs. S. II. Officii vis- ed a law partnership with George I! the pat Hunt, one or tho oldest and best at our farm, located ited relatives at Wnyno-burot a mue week. -- Somerset Journal. limey In the llluc .irass capital. from the depot at Moreland, Ky., on Col. T. I). Mnreum, who has beer ,tho Q. & C. road. The furm contains with his daughter, Mrs. K. C. Walton-i-evera- l 220 acres of land in high state of cub IN days, left this mon.ing for tkntiou, and is well impioved. The Louisville, wheic he wiH look uftc' ruside'ice is a geod one, and rooms; all necessary outbuildings iomc business before returninc to hrone are CRIED home nt CntlsttshurR.and Mrs. Shank There bain, tw largo stock barns,uarn. tobacco Thomas II. Shanks ack Th me up from Columbus, (5a. jr.inaiy, one doulJe crib; good well wil cistern near door, and never-faiP.tU"- - was hre ycftoiday but ht ReSuffered Everything Until we to Lebanon last night to joii n stock water from several pprins Mrs. SI inn Us for a brief stay witl The land is well ntktpted to the growtr stored to Health by Lydia Mr. Putnam, aunt of the lnttir. if tobacco, homp, grain and glass. E. Pinkhnm's VegetaAt the some time we will sell S Mis. Lucy Miller Tni'.lev. whom w d tteers, 22 80"- are Miiry to my is cpite ill. setups lead of ble Compound. heif- to thank the many who lrulii! lound steers I yeailng steeis, (I cows lu-- i He. 111, .itli Polled Angus culvp in ths contc- -t just closed used lo bo ote was a remarkably large oru am1 at side, .1 springorf, 1 Jciboy milch Florence, bo. Dakota. "I very sick every month with bturiiiR she feels deeply indebted to cadi per iiw and calt, 8 Hit shoats, 1 .down pains nnd ton v. ho helped her in it'i race. hands high Id reitistereil jack 16 bncKnche, ami had 2- - ear-ol- d jack, 2 jen.nots, 1 paii W. P. Ruchnn.tn .iml wife, spent sev V ho ad nc ho n good ort! days with his father, N'. aged mu'cf, 1 stallion deal of the time and Hu. lmnan. near Ilowen, this county landE. 1 family home 8 years old, 1 surrey, very little appetite. (' Sunday the hitter'b J7tli birthdi.;. rood mare, a n Tho pain were o uhs c.elebrnted with a big dinner, ai frnii "' also 26 ",,e f of glow bud that I used to winch wer"" all of hit childrc.i and mplvments; ncies Covers were li.id foi ing corn, .'I acres of sorghum, 201' sitrij'.htdowtiontho floor and cry, be- 10 ni.d there was not a Micnnt chr.;r 'blithe oats, 4 carloads of hay. The land will be offered tn two parcause it hurt mo so It was a most enjoynblo occasion. The IVnnis Party on last Frtdaj cels and the nB a wnolc. Term3 liband I could not do eral nnd made known on day ot sale. any work nt thoso afternoon given by Misses Miuy MKinney, NCney Yeager nnd Sale begins nt 10 'HO A. M.. prompt. times. An old wo- C. M. DACK & SONS, and .Mr. mn tn trv Lvdla I'!, l'inl:- - I.i'ttlo Walker MeKinney nn Moreland, Ky. Veg table Compound und I cot a I James Cooper was n very eiijoynliU CAPT. T. I). I'NOLISH, Auct. piuraiiii,- - imy ineru I felt better tho next month so uiiuir. Possesion to suit tho purchaser. guchts, who enjoyed the nfteinoor 1 took Ihteo more bottles of It and got I on the tennis lawn. Delicious ice 1 could work all the time. well m A. S. PRICE DENTIST und cakes were bcrved very bountl hope every woman who suffers like I did fully. Hourt, E to 4 o'clock will try Lydiu K. Pinkham'a VeRetablo rer sonal and Social -it nrn-tlu-- r. also colds, and find it to be the very bct n eUicinc I have ever used. , After tskintf lor a I always feel lixc a new man." NcTimrsncss, nausea, hcnt'.biirn, p'.i" in pit cf stomach, and a feeling ol lull ncss sflcr tiling, arc sure symptom o' stevnnch trouble, and should be given the proper frcalmcnt, as your strength ant !i:slth depend very largely upon vcur food and its digestion. To gel quick and permanent rcln-Irom these ailments, you should lasr a medicine of known curative merit. Its 75 years of splendid success, in the treatment of just such troubles, proves the real merit ol Thcdfoid's Sale, pleasant, gentle in action R. S. EUBANK and without bad It is sur The Champion f the Public Schooli. to bencht both young and old. For sr Mr. Kubank is makinir the race for everywhere. Price 25c. k. c ' the nomnntion to the otlice of Supci BkKfc-Draiig'ii le.,-j!avIHac!:-Draugafter-effect- s. V? Two persons were killed nnd fifteen Jm ??n tr,'ul,,0TVrCq"nffnctlm" the m" Injured when n windstorm wrecked I'"',0,r "u n chautaucpm tent at I.allnMown, Pa. A small crowd attended David Danville the IrltUh ("overnment. court yestcrdny and Ittlo or nothing, c has gone to Cardiff to was done in the cnttle business. 'make n strenuous effort to have the W. T. Tucker sold to F. Reid a car con,',0!,l iwlT ,)iITcr Lrupp gun f, load of sheep he bought In Tennessee, "&$! of 'worls at Ksen nrc reported to have ut $6.25 ' granted some of the demands of their Military .dissatisfied employe. hnv issued a "war ling th .t STOMACH TROUBLES drastic menfurs will Vc wnplovcd. The Urlinn criiset Gwiscpnc (lari bnldi was torpedoed and sunk by n' Austrian'subinarine ntar Cattnro. The nnd- - moft Mr. Ragland Writes InJcrestinj; crew jumped into the sea or IJicr.1 were suveu. IlLvinK ben unah'.e to straighten Idler on This Subject. b.i cut- thi-i- i line inb;.the adta'ivc tin .P '"r'?tb and Gall l'rm'" - thr cdu:,, .l(h lire tuds o" "if Ooniisns oie dosinc "bout Warsaw.) Madison Heigh!, Va. Mr. Clt?-- ,. A. Mh ortire K;is inn line is tnrcatci'P'i. The wi'h 1h? Poli'h : ('"flnd, of this place, wriii's: "I have rlontr r.re.s, tn!(1uing tin toslt 1 Prillyh em tising Tiiedford's - alm't't frir- the Rj!,'n nm lo- - imlmestlon, and oilier stomacli troio-es- . r 'he fn"e o' t'-- r Jjj1, Lloyd-Gyirg- T ns t dose further (lis- - g rnlt'Ses'of " mm R5oHi. 01 ... Ai.toiiui,3 ir.KTTfr AVr'iJclcU FrrralHirorAs Always Bough; Bears the Signature of "X mmm -IV-To- S .fVaiswa.lJuvc'hcf f' sDiIcr.Gtt.'Td-iics- y iWKl lcM.Conta!n$ nctocr AXT " Opium Mor!i:nc ncr i'imil sasa 'nk'jimaw Jh-- i o"AKcoc. S.tJ F?a?.K Ifjw&fJ' "uyntt fbrw. A-- c Rcmprlv fcr CorsflW t ion . t'oui- - J toniaih.Dlarf tea (v 'tii' '! tf. rrl . $ 1 fi,Hr Jfc Vr'c7r.rifoT.tii.f.'ons.rjcn!lt ncssanJLossorSlEIP. Oj-ji yse i M'ark-IVati,- "! l? o!j:wi.1 !i Th" bTs rpnnt'c t"a fall rtr.d-jn- l f Ccnnn is v el .dead' i.c oi'd-n- Wm-9c- 'tindispatch na irilerccl from Iludapc't. b T?i's'n, o' Wp rv. g is? iSS . it. - 150ft,) litSitais Sif..rctsr cf For Cver i - ; The cZTtau CoMi-.uaVA MM. - JL Thirty Ycj.rs k Whoa U A Mule A Hone? A mule thief If not n hor?e thief. A Engrcman is nMe to be out Slinneiota Judc fo rulw), bolch'ni; after an illness of a week or more. that "tho horse iq n flppt.fnon.l nnl. ninl on which a thief .miRht mnke rap-c- l Watch Your Children flight and escape, while the mule Often children do not Jet parents know II FIOW. MUnifl mill nn.l t.rt tbey are constipated, l hoy icar pome-jhirhcarcely be driven from home." If distasteful. Tlicy will like Kexall ie .mittfe over tried to outwit a Onlorbc a n lid laxative that tasted inllle he WOUllI know lh.lt. ho io nn hke tu- - Sold ouly by us, 10 cents. slupitl, but is active and quick; not Penny's Drug Stor- P.. C. Ill-f.t' The fc"cw Crem 'ho cut Leo Fr:ink's ,u?u1nr at the Georgia prison farm, says he had "an order from on high" to kill him and that he regrets that he dd not have rtrcngth enough to finUh the oh. Frank's condition is critical. KftSffi buarantefJunclrr'thcl-ooaPj' 5 f MM (fi M VC"4 Cxvli Va'JX, . WPKWP1WS 'k P p'?sraB5E2aK:"r'",: 2 TCCIHTiiHC(Mii t v riTT. slow and lazy in lots degree than most horsoi. Tin's doeiVion. says Farm and Home is at odds with th. NpIiric ka court which ruled that a blind larfr. ass which was KiHed by bi;thmni? was in reality the nnimal referred to in an insurance policy as "one grown mare." POSTED John Hereof. Posted Anton Tuna. 4fifc Cerrection of Untrue Rumor About Judge Puryear's Speech at Harrodsburg. Mr. Editor: An tint mo rumor has been put in circulation that I said in n:y speech in icply to Jiidc Owsley, at Hnrrodsburtr, that the people of Lincoln Ceunty, who were supporting .ludge Owsley "were rill rafT." I did not make that statement. The ollicial stenographer of the Mercer Circuit Court was picsent and took down my speech and also Judge Owsley's. To correct this rivmor I ask that you publish my speech. (Signed) EMMET PURYEAR. Speech of Mr. Emmet Puryear, at Court House in Harrods--burg- , Ky., on Monday, July 5th, 1915. I did not have an invitation to be present to hear Judge Owsley's speech, and I do not mean to transgress at all on your time, but ho concluded in so brief a period that I feel 1 will not be transgressing upon your time if I take a few minutes to reply briefly to vcbat he has had to say. I have gfene in ami out among this pople ht the discharge of my duties for more than two years nearly three. I have had in Mint time hundreds of cases in this and in the other Counties in tho District. No man until this day has ever charged that I had done anything in the discharge of my duties that was not right, and no man can truthfully charge that I have done aught that was not right in the discharge of my duties. 1 am not a good man. I don't claim to be a good man, but I want to say it is true that, so far as my record is concerned, it is as white as the driven snow; that as ani ofiiccr I am clean, and the gentleman knows it. I regret, let me say right here before I go any further in the few remarks I shall havo to make, I regret that the gentleman has seen fit in the progress of this candidacy to make an attack upin me. You know it is nn old saying that you d&n't know how bad you are until you get into politics, and many a man thought he had an imrmpiehable character, but when he got into politics ho found out that his character was not as good as he thought. It is a good deal like the old negro: An old negro was put on the stand to testify for his brother dt aeon in the chtirclt who was accused of stealing chickens. The lawyer asked him, "Cnl, what do you know about Deacon character?" Well, said the old negro, "it am unbloaohablc." And so many a man who thinks ho has an unimpeachable character comes to find out it is unreachable. Going specifically to the matters Judge Owsley has seen lit to bring out, I wish to call your attention first to this: In all the hundreds of cases that an Attorney has to try you can't please but one side, and sometimes you can't please one side. I have no apology to make for tlc way I havo conducted my office. Judge Owsley says he was Attorney for this District eleven or twelve years. You know, you people who have tried cases here nnd seen them tried, you know the condition of this County nnd know whom I have served. You know I have served tho good people of my District and no one else. Thnt is just exactly the trouble. Why 1 have opposition today is because tho man who run politics in Lincoln County don't like me. I havo not tried to antagonize these gentlemen it has not been my disposi-toto do so; I have simply tried to do iKy duty nnd in doing that I havo run counter to what some of Judge Owsley's friends want. The Judge tells you that his friends put him in this race they came to him and got him into tho race. It is a rare bunch of politicians in Lincoln County. They figure out things very carefully. I have six or eight cases up thero the Wilson Alexander case is not the case that is sticking in their craw. I havo a protty good record for the three, years going in and out among the people of this District in the four Counties if the Clayton Hoard case n , h u Lan-caiit- MflBHTArafflHl , I i e PUBLIC SALE Land, Stock And Crops bu-in- e. I Ho-nitn- j thi-city- i-.es K one-fouit- h SUCH PAID WOMAN conls-lti"-1- 0 - 10-ac- l- i 1,200-pcun- -- 1 i.' two-seat- 1 Elic-nbet- l.a-n'- 8 Compound."-M- rs. I.W.IW)siac, liox 8, Allyn, Wuth. half-heurt- SOCIAL CALENDAR. Offic. Over Sliucr' Drug Store July 21 Dixie Hook Club Why w ill women contlnuo to u(Tcrday tains Miss Lyle Cooper nt th home InonddbyoutordraKoutniickly, existence, misslnt; three-- f out ths of Mrs. J. Howenstem. July 22. Ico ceram supper in the tho joy of livinp. when they can find of College yard given by the ladies of hcultli In Lydia E. Pinklmm's Vecetablo the lraptist church, from 0;U0 to 10 Comound? For thirty years It has been tho stend-nr- d remedy for female ills, and has restored tho health of thousand of w omen who havo been troubled with such ailments as displacements, inflammation, ulceration, tumors, Irregularities, etc. If you traut special adiloc write, to Lidla K. rinkhom Metllcliiu Co. (tonlk dt'ullal) Jiyun.Mum. Vour letter will fie opened, read aud answered by a viouiuiiuitd held iu klrlct conlldcucc. o'clock. Lunches and Cooling Drinks May Be Obtained exaML Dyspepsia Tablets Will Relievo Your Indigestion Penny's Drug 8tore. ID When In Danville at SHOP PERFECT (Incorporated) DANVILLE, - was filed ' (Mr. Owsley It was Judge Bailey.) The thing was there ard they knew it and they could haw found out all about it, and it was their duty to find out all about it the duty of the County Attorney and the County Judge to know if there had been anything wrong done. If that report was false, as they claimed it was, and the County Attorney knew it, and tiie County Judge knew itr it was their duty, and they had every opportunity in the world to investigate it and find out the wrong. It ran on down the Primary Election came on in 1912. Alexander has some kinspeople up thero the Rankins who are as good people as anywhere in the world, who wokc for me, and the Lincoln County bunch up there can't handle them. They stood on their hind logs and howled and they couldn't control them. They went in three yeaes later and indicted fhe young man for false swearing before the County Judge. I have made it a rule in my office, and I shall continue to do so in the future because I believe it is right, not to try to get any man indicted, and not t try to keep any man from being indicted ; my conception of the duty of the Commonwealth's Attorney is that I shall draw the indictment after the grand jury returns it, and that I shall draw the indictment for Hie tiling the grand jury finds, for the grand jury is the accusatory branch of the government. That is my duty in these matters. I know that beneath the Alexander indictment was the ji4ousne?s of the crowd that wanted to punish him for being for me. I drew the indictment for tho thing for which t was returned. It came up before Judge Hardin ami a demurrenwas filed, and the Court sustained the demurrer, not because I had Hot drawn it right, but the Ittw didn't require tho statement that they claimed Alexander had signed to be sworn to. It didn't require thnt ho be sworn to it and they hnd imlictod hiw for false swearing. They had indicted him for false swearing to a paper that was not required to lie sworn to and the Court sustained a demurrer to the indictment. I didn't it, that is true. I have no apoligics for not doing so. It had slumbered beneath the vigilant eye of the County Attorney and County Judge of Lincoln County for three yonrs. and thoy never discovered that an offense had baeri: committed until they wanted to punish somebody, nnd I didn't sec nny use in my lending myself to their prosecutions further than doing my duty, and I didn't. So much for the Alexander case. Now, as t the Clayton Board case: I didn't have the opportunity of knowing what my friend, the Judge here, was going to say, and I had no thought he would take the tack he has or I would have investigated the records of that case. I want to say this, though, that Clayton Board and the thing his business stands for that the Oinyton Board crowd is against me in Mercer County today ; Jake Board is against me today, and is high in the counsels of Judge Owsley in this race. I have got no deals with them. I didn't know that tho motion for a new trial in that case lad been filed. I supposed that the judgment had been superseded long ago. There is this much about it: you can go out on ' the streets, you can go to the mci who .know, know how they line up and who they stand with, nnd every time yau find a man who lonfs around your town, drinking whiskey and that sort of thing, you find a mnn ngainst me that in true. (Applause.) You people who hnve seon the conditions here in tUis County everywhere you know that that is true. If I " in this County nnd the Alexander case in Lincoln County are all they have against me; I will discuss theni; let me tell you about the Alexander case: Wilson Alexander is a young man, a farmer in Lincoln County, and he was for me for tho nomination Lefore and he is for mo for the nomination today. He is all right. The thing he was accused of doing was done, if done at all, in 1910, twe years before I ran ; you kHow where that report was filed filed in the Clerk's office of Lincoln County, and filed under the nose of my fwend, W. S. Biireh, the County Attorney, and I don't know whether Judge Owsley or Judge Bailey was Judge of Lincoln County at that time when that m "". tn Fv 1 'in rfc- - re-ref- er , KY. (Continued on Pago Four) . fcz nr i The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, July 20, 1915. 0) ft) I ' 8SSy The Candidate of the Temperance People for the Democratic Nomination for Governor II. V. McCHLNNEY. Will Speak at Stanford Wedn esday Evening, July 2 1 , at 7:30 All are invited to hear him, especially the ladies. Mr. McChesney has other speaking appointments in this section as follows: Liberty, Wednesday, July 21, at 1:30; Mt. Vernon, Thursday, July 22 at 1:30; Crab Orchard that nights. Don't fail to hear him. Correction of Untrue Rumor About Judge Puryear's Speech at Harrodsburg (Continued from Page Three) to get up a big party to make a lot of noise and had a lot of feHows to come down and applaud htm? It was because he on Hie wall in Garrard County, and saw the hand-writin- g on the wall in Mercer, and he realized that the hand-writin- g Farm and Stock News W. II. Hurton bought from Sidney" Doolin, of near l.ancnster, a, mule for which hi-- paid $120. V. 11. Iturton bought three heml cf mules frqm Lincoln inny dealers at tm ices ranging from $100 to $I8ft. William 0. Anderson of the west suburb, bought 20 head of small emtio from J. I). I'ope, price not obtained. CeMerJUrothers bought a bunch of at the Stanford stock pens on cost Monday. The bovine Inst them near Sfi.30 per hundred. BLUE GRASS FAIR (Incorporated) I wanted to, I could tell you more about where this opposition started where his candidacy came from If I were disposed to. I could repeat things that Judge Saulley charged time and time again over this District, but I don't want to. The fact of the business is, 1 have done my duty in the office and I know it, and the people who have watched the progress of trials in this Ceurt house and elsewhere know it. Things about Judge Owsley have been told me, but I have said naught against him in this campaign. I have said more about him today than I hove siad privately to any man, any where, any time. I have got no quarrel with him. He is, so far as I know, a very nice gentleman. I have no unkind feeling against him. He is the Oliver Twist of the Tlrirteenth Judicial District. You remember Dickens' story of Oliver Twist: he was given his portion, and he passed his bowl back again and again. Do you know tlxfe has not boon an election in the yours that Judge Thirteenth Judicial District in twenty-fiv- e Owsley has not passed his phite and asld the people to make him Attorney or Judge? (Applause.) It is a fact; twonty-fiv- e years have roHed by and he asked every time during that quarter of a century. He had the place for two terms, got the endorsement; you gave him that, and he passed his bowl again. I am not asking for any more than lie did. You gave him two tonus in oflice; thwi Judge Hardin came along and you gave him a full term gave him your endorsement; the death of Judge Saufley mude a , and I was elected for throe years, part of a twin, and I come now asking you to give me an indorsement and give me one full term in office. During all that time Judge Owsley came onee and you gave him the place; he came again and asked your hidorswnent ; lie came again, and you said, "No, Sam, let Charley have a little piece." Charley came again and you gave him sm indorsement. Then I came and you elected me. I have done my duty. It don't make any difference, it is a fact, I have done it without ' few, and I come now and ask you for an indorsement. Gentlemen, it is a Democratic custom they give to a man who has done well in oflie the first time an indorsement. Judge Owsley came and asked for it, and you gave it to him, and is there any reason why I should be turned down in order to satisfy him? Gentlemen, you can't satisfy a Lincoln County poJitieian if you give it to him right now and until his hair is grey, he would still lie passing his plate for more. You can't satisfy him. You cswi satisfy me. You can give I won't be a eandidate ine an indorscBient without any for it again ; but if you people turn me out of this office now and do not treat me as you did Judge Owsloy ami Charley Hnrdin, it will look like tlure is something wrong with me, and thore ain't. (Applause.) 1 could tell you the inside history of thu opposition against me;I can't prove it I know where it eowios fiwm. There are gentlemen within the sound of my voice intimately uoanwctfcd with it,. It comes from things I have had to do in the prosecution of my ollico in Lincoln County I am walking it coraus from five or six sources. on their tes. I could mention Col. Chinn Why not tell what ywi know? ik. Puryear Tko mmon I don't is because 1 hate to vaua-ney- the people were going to give the indorsement to tho man who had tried to serve them faithfully. (Applause.) I thank, you, and if the gentleman shall see fit to continue the subject I hope I shall have the opportunity to be present at his appointment. I hope for my sake and his own and for the sake of the Democratic party to which we both belong, for the sake of the principles of that party, that we may run our race out as men who are worthy of the Commonwealth's Attorneyship of the great Thirteenth Judicial District of Kentucky, but they need not think they Man jump on me with impunity; I am not that kind. Commonwealth of Kentucky, County of Mercer: I, Lotta Lung, a Notary Public in and for Mercer County, Ky. d certify that I am a shorthand reporter, and am the Official Stenographer of the Mercer Ciccuit Court, and that I was present at the Court House in Harrodsburg, Ky., on the fifth day of July, 1915, and at the, request of Mr. Emmet Puryear took in shorthand his speech in reply to the speech of Mr. OwtJey ; and I certify that the foregoing is a true and complete and accurate and correct report and transcript of the speech of Mr. Puryear on that occasion, in its entirety. My commission expires March 9, 191(5. LOTTA LUNG. Notary Public, Mercer County, Ky. The following report of the joint debate was taken from the Harrodsburg Herald of Friday, July 9: Lexington, Kentucky Aug. 2nd to 7th, 1915 $20,060 SHOWS I IN PREMIUMS-$20,- 000 Miun DcVONDA nd BALDWIN cvs THE RUTHERFORD GREATER 20 well knewn show horse and hire, Hei) McDoudd, which - owned by Col. John T. l'lughus, of Lexingti, in his stable, ami will show him tlu season. Mcttirr Bros., sold to Myers and id Etlirar D6tv. of Richmond, has the Special Cart PRIZE AMERICA 300 I'rople BAND OF Lady Artiitt in the Thriltrr Act Triple Parachute Leap from One WEBER'S Balloon. THREE RUNNING AND TWO HARNESS RACES EACH DAY A Tucker of Uu.'tonvvllc, Hi hogs at S7.P.0; and to Kmniet McCor-mica bunch of cuttlu at $00. and a yearling stoer to Jnnie.s Yowell lor l'opp A Robinson received this past week another consignment of cattU from Letcher county where they have made several recent purchases; thore were oO head of yearling in thu drove. head Center Brothers purchased of tattle from II. L. Burton of the Buckove section of Guriard, the beeves averaging a weight of 80(1 pounds and costing them $7 per hundred pounds. Fish iV Brandenburg, a live stock firm of Paint Lick section, of Gnirnrd exported from the ppor Garrard a car load of first ilass hogs bought from the faimcrs throughout that district. Center Brother bought from their father, K. I). Center, of eniNt (larrard a drove of 10 hogs; tho poikors showed an average of 21S pnuntK and cost tlie I'oiut i.eavull stockmen 7 2 cents per pound. W. It. Hurton has also made a trip to Waco, Madison county, in the March for a good erode uf draft ani mals, he having bought I head of horse at that plnre that cost him from SI 01) to $125 per animal. V. II. Burton, of this city, is still making extensive purchases of hortvn and mules for army purposes, having county, been to Bee Lak, Lincoln where ho bought four horses, ages ranging from f to 8 ye.irs. and having cast him from $100 to $125 per head. Centar Iluither.s, also shipped into the Queen City, a line collection of hogs, there being till head in the car, e thu porkers indicating the fino weight of 210 pounds. Both cars of stock went to J. F. Sadler and Company. V. II. Burton shipped from this place to Cincinnati la it Monday, tho draft animals he has ntoly pui chased Tor the Luropean war, tneie liulng some exceptionally fine horses and hybrid in the collection, bought up In Lincoln, (larrard, MndiHou and adjoining counties. FARM "FOR "SALE. For the purpose of dividing the estate of V. (J. IUutt, deceased, wo offer for sale privately thu fami of 80 acres. This farm has on it a good rosidence f keven roomr, two porches and collar, cistern nt door In good repair. Residence has just boon painted find in good repair, (iood frnme barn, .10x40 feet in first first chus condition. On the place are lien house. moat House, mi if try House, tool luiu-- " and othei outbuildings. The farm is splendidly watorod with crook and u sprlnir. ne land Is in u high state of ciiltlwitinii. Forty jicie ur in urn and the rest is being It is located f mile Wost of Peyton's Well, two mile Uwtf of Morelund and mile fiom pike at Sam IlolmV. It adjoins the hinds of Saro Helm, It, (", Nunnolloy. George Gaddii and II, F. Martin and in k most desirable place. V, D. Iloutt offer for sale 20 acres of land adjoining this property. TUN land IhJ a part of the original truct, lyinsr onl ihu nun emu nun i uiumpruvcu, out U In u good state of cultivation. For furthur particulars call on J. H. Routt, W. l Routt, or Georgo II. Routt, Morelnnd. Ky. Tho latter rnn ho o found on thu premises. 1 1 nve-'ragrieYur-fftilinif one-hal- SENSATIONAL FREE ACTS LEX-1NCIO- N sir.. GREAT SHOW RINGS AT THE CAPITAL THE HORSE WORLD. ( WEEK OF FUN AND SPORTS RATES ROADS ADDRESS ON OF i : RKOUCED ALL FOR ENTRY BLANKS OR INFORMATION, LEXINGTON, John W. Bain, Sec, KENTUCKY thi BIG AUCTION of SALE Farms JOINT DEHATE Owsley and Puryear One of Parent Their Claims to the Voters. Fine Grain & Stock the largest crowds that has gathered in Harrodsburg for many days was here last Monday and there was much doing to interest them. The court house was jammed with voters to hear the joint debate between Judge John Sam Owsley and Hon. Emmet Puryear. candidates for Commonwealth Attorney, who presented their respective claims. Judge Owsley cited the case of Clayton Hoard, who was fined three hundred dollars at the January term of the Mercer Circuit Court. He said that Hoard's counsel filed a motion and grounds for a new trial at the same term of court and yet Mr. Puryear had never had the court to pass mi the said motion at that term or the May term. The other case cited was that of Wilson Alexander? indicted for defrauding Lincoln county out of money in working the dirt roads of that county. In the Hoard case it looked to him like Mr. Puryear was waiting until after the election in order not to antagonize the Hoard influence. Mr. Owsley was greeted with considerable applause during his speech. In replying, Judge Puryear proved himself a very ready debater, and explained to the satisfaction of his friends that he had done no wrong in either of the eases referred to by Mr. Owsley. He stated that he had conscientiously performed his duties against rich and poor alike and that if he elkose he might go into the personal and official record of Mr. Owsley, but it was not his intentions to deal in personalities. And that if he were so disponed, he could toll why a number of people were backing Mr. Owsley. He furthor said whenever you found a follow who was .against the enforcement of luw he was invariably against him, but the good people of the dink-kitwho wanted the law were rallying to his xupport and wore going to him; that Mr Owsley had sirvod two terms in this office heretofore, while he, Puryear, had served only a pint of a term and was asking for an endorsement and a full term. Mr. Owaley was accompanied hore by a delegation of Stanford friends who wore very demonstrative during his speech, and Mr. Puryear accused him of bringing his applause along with him. In justice to Mr. Puryear, we will state that he did not rafer to these friends as "Lincoln couaty rlir raff," as has been charged. Mr. Puryear was frequently interrupted by applause during his speech. AdyrtUement. , on-dor- he NEAR PERRYVILLE, KY. SATURDAY, JULY 24th, 1915, We will on thu i,rove date, at lo o'clock a. in., on the piemisos, offer at public auction three tracts of land lying tluee miles south of the thri-in- g little city of I'erryville. on the Lebanon pike and within one mile of the L. & S. rnilioad. This laud will tirt b iHfeled as a whole and then in three sepuiate tracts. This is an ideal neighborhood. I'eiryvillo having u number of line chuichws, an ncedcniy and a splendid public school; and a fine brick building will be erected in the nuar future for the high school; and, in fact, is a neighborhood of culture and relrncment. The farm is now owned by M. .1, FAltltlS and is known is the "Polk Williams I'laco," containing 'A'12 a(reSt ,nore or less. The farm is in high state of eultvntlon, I'M acres hoing tn t.rn and the balance in glass. The growing corn will also be ofleied fo, b.vv ,,n the aboe date. Seeding' piivileges will be given at once. Improvements consist of huge frame residence, one good slock bain, two mod tobacco barns and all necousary outbuildings, all of which ure in a SpL.ll(li( condition, anil one laigu apple orchard and other fruit. I'lacu i wt. watered. We will offer nt thu mules, fifteen Mime time anil place thitty head of one and horses, fifteen nice yearling Jersey heifers. head of one and VERY EASy TERMS. c THIOLS ON LAND- .h, 1, 2, 3, and F. yean, on balance, with 0 pur cent inteiest on deferred payments. If you want n home in n splendid neighborhood, you cannot lie.it this, or, as an investment it is At. DON'T FORGET THE DATF., SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1315, at 10 A. M. Ont-thfril 1 ftr WEST BROS. REALTY CO., T. D. ENGLISH, Auctioneer. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY plungtt ...MONEY TO LEND... On Farms in Sums of $2,000 and up. Easy Terms. Apply to ! En Tlmi don't make insinuations. Gmtlemen 1 could toH you the ronsorus, but I dim't want to do it. I didn't say a word it i not ftr 1 have no fear, but I much prefer as a fc yon, Col. ClrJnn. man, as a kohUoisiui who tuied to live right and wimUi to live right, mid treat everybody right, and I dont want to b forced to tUs. 1 know ttio men I know thorn and I know I can take care of myself. I ask you to investigate my record and i'f it is not worth indorsement, don't give it to me; if it is, stmid by me. I have served the good puoplo; lot these politicians knw that the good people will stimd by a man I know they who stunds up for tho right. (Applause.) to do it. are going You know the reason why the Judge felt it necessary Col. Chinn Mr. luryriv r, Bromley & Bromley The Insurance Agents Stanford, Kentucky. i l :- -?