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No. 59 The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Keiikicky, Friday, July 23, 1915. if us Stop WkM Tok Tfeaw Thlt It n WMek tfci Site Oa label m4 Reatw Ye Sakierlat'ea PtMsefcte-- . Ppr Tuesdays and Fridays Vor Secretory of State, WIlArX GOaNG ON IN m'chesnuy speaks Letter Boxri Over the City. GOT STRYCHNINE Back From Long Trip. Col. W. P. Walton, of Lexington, INSTEAD Or DOPE" Stanford fooka Jlket a cry aure STATJC AND NATION Air. Hany Jacobs and fatally wna here Kidurdav in the IntereM fitiuirli with inter boxes here nnd from a trip to Henderson nfter an nbsence of threo Ilustonville Colored Woman Slipt In. Statement ef Atlorney Who Defend ef hla candidacy for tVe Demorrntlr CourtJioei.e U rucked nnd Jnmmed there nnd lw0 desH cries of mail dally. News UoileJ afovrn for Recicnl of nnmlnntlon far Secretary of State, been put up vvcckn. They went there to vsit Mrs. W.dneiday Night To Hear Tem. Five bote'ea have alrui eil Convict fci Trial for o Dr. Children Office and Gets Buiy Rtadert. A LltUe and met with n cordial reception. 'nml otlwrs will mo! rlnccil wnen.tho Jncolx' rolntlves. Mr Jaeobs eltovc Murder, permice CnAdte for Governor Tatal Dote of Poison. About Everything, We hisvo kad occnMon before to re,lfrnBBd,.A Mir pltnl his Hulck touring nr ntxl the rjiecd-omt'pout hot hni been fer to Cnl. WnJton'a ejndidacy and uxd this showed 1,178 miles for the Hi,, mid moi-- t repreciitnhvenUI jI0 piIlcC)i MRlwkcro on Mam who cut Leo to commend htm to our peaple ns Crwm. The other day n wioreel vvomnn M"icJ William Ccerl nsiil Turner Debaim, round-triThe family Went vin I'mitk'a throat In the Georgia prison a aterling Democnit cf the atrictost nmlienu that ha- - KMthered ia ieMrucl w,cre u rAk bo (otiTcnient pnmilnoirt eitlrans of Alcrccr, nro Vuiconnes nnel Kynnsvlllc , lnd., to sliirped into tlie oflice of Dr. W. J. . i.c n a nui Into Betnriiy eveninr, Inflicting n iateicritv anil honor, Hie highest I in-to Hie Uislnefl rae. One letter Imx disid. Hcadarrctfi ami returning rnmo by Childrca nt Hustonvtltc, vvhHo that oi enr vk pre-- u on wenea.ilt i,,unt,., nt tbe qunliticg as a limine mnn, and the mid wound that mav prove tital. I" Airs. Snmantha D. Aloxnndor. of Terre Iliiuto, Indianapolis, Alunelc, gontlcmnn waa out. ntwl took n doso In her Thomas II. t . .. . Anileron, lnd., Daton anil Cincin- of meelicinc that rcsulfed Invostign-tio- n KI' km, aecwrdtnir of Columbus. (Jr., f.,ll.l .. ..i.rill.li;r. w,t .ll.l,...i...k I. night when IIkm. II. .IV. MeClie.- inr xt.u ai,irv i ba-- . written ttn this couaky, hos bcn granted n t ll .a.b .....klllll "' ';ninKrorl. spoRe ieiy on Do ,,ostoirice dejairtmeiit nJdng if the Slianka a lawyer the Importnnt ilutioa of Hio olllro penaioa. nati, Ohio. "Four taak punctures death in n few momonta goKcn herbl '"a cHndldacy for Uie dem- - mn dork, ian not ,ci thia and ro- showed thnt slw had llio homefolka. Voters skniibl not fall to romember ,ilm U hero Tho vviH of lulllan Nonhca was ad- wns the extent of our troubles." said lor governor, MC it ..r mnti Mr. Shanks defended (Veen when lie hitu when they mnrk their ballots V,1""'1 ""minauciii it licintr mitted to prolmle yesterday follow- Vr Jneobs. Continuing, he mhuI that of stryahnino mid thata khc wm the hTl "' l0 ",?""! wn" I".'1' Iiroitglit to tho 'pcnffl e nnd the ing am effort by her liulind to This i mi olllce Wfw tried for n murder committfii In the prfmiiry. the ttorst road he found wws between ' wife of C U right ami cinugnicr 01 '"',it"r,um n,wl t,,Q alampa cnmoltMr.; TB would relioc on the itroeta of Columbus li 1012. that w of ns much to n l,Bl,h '" J. StaafotJ and WiK.imatown. Grant Smith tmUy. who formerly lived in it. .ry ani,tar,i.,,,r.room.wal' ti Tim murtlor wna unprovoked, Mr. suc.eaaful bMlne adminiitifltioii ., county, and the host between Albl this cltv. ' .. N. nBOtejy here of much Oscar HiMi'e, noar EliiabethtoTii. at ii premium, ike indices rostrum W..,.,,t,t. I'd ..t .,rKTt rA,.,. IClllin lIV The supposition is that the vvomnn i.. Shonka aHld, anil wns the act of an Mm Mini., n. ii.n f'...,, lij was crowded with chairs nml about VtllUIMI to the Ul till ,jind mailed by drained tho contents of a can of con- dlutown and Hamilton, Ohio. ''Ten was in search of "dope," na she wns elrlvlng aelf, donling na it does intimately wu Croon depot taken Intone innii miles of a hundred were standing nroHml the mimbers or thtTaiinKiei loice. lye nnd dice! from burns re- wnlk nnd thnt road wns like n plunk neldietcd to tho use of drugs. She centrated elewn the atroot, mill, probably tlmi with the ineeiing and tnxing powbelieve me we iilalost flew yean old nnd box I nt the intirection of ceived. accident, drove up on the sidcwulk er of tho State and the production main door mid in the aisles unable over it," snid Mr. Jacobs, vrho. by was about thirty-liv- e to L'eL seats. It una tiutv ii siilniiillil the Dan 'Me ntidriltutonville pikos, Dillard Smith, of Montgtniory the wny, knows what flying moans. bcsieles her husband leaves several Throe men standing nonrliv wltnoaacd . of tho pinner nmount of ruvemie audience nnd a great tribute to another fat tlvo cornet of Portrean county, was mangles' by a tlio nccidont nnd oni "f them laugh-1- from tho hie; corpointiona tliat nrc On the trip the car averaged 15 miles children. Air. R. AI. Newlnnd, of this city, while cutting wheat. Tho team to the gallon of gasoline nnel Air. JaInter Cicen alwnya aeekiug to cicatie their juat man and the cause for which he ts and Uircaster streets, another nt the A few minutoa corner of Logan avenue mid Main ran nvvay. cobs bought the Reckcfcller product overtook her ns lie was on his way walked Iwch lo where tho iwn vtro shine of thu cxpvni7 or goverif-men- t. waging. tho first of the week 'file audience waa mndo up of Kael-in- g street nnd still another irt tbe corStrangely, rn the former elecstanding, niul npplyng n vile epiIt Is estimated that the damngc-t- all tho wny from 10c to lfic. Miss to Ilustonville witli her request to let complied ilemocrata, too, trom ever sec- ner of Whitley nnd Mnin. Mall will thet to the throe, nskc" wlach one tions, the people have paid no atof Airs. Jacobs, and ride. She seemed then to be crops, builelings nnil I.inJ in Grant Carrie Bnylis, a sit-cOuo ef tlio tention to the olllce of Seerctnry of tion uf this ntul neighboring coun- bo taken from heim twi o elnily. had latiKhcil at him. tnunty by tire recent storms will relumed with them nnd will spcnel her the influence of an opiate. In itiitomobileH about '.) in the Mornings and I in leach nearly 8108,000. some timo in the home. men lemonstrntcd with t'reen about State. Jt is presumed they know ties. About n dozen less than nn hour nfter she got out A New Youl; sulitrensury clerk hna the lungunge lie hud used, ntul better now nml will rxnmlue closely were parked In frosit of the couit-lions- o afternoons. a. . during tho penkwig. n Deto the credentials of nny man ollerinc C. O. Baptist Church Gets Money. of Mr. Ncwlnnd's buggy she was n without warning Creen drew been arrested on trie charge of corpse. The lesson has been gntlona were heie froia nil over from his pocket nnil Kllta-t- l the for tho plnru CRAU ORCHARD $3,920 by aibstituting penThe Crab Orchard Baptist church three nuto loads from nwin. Mr. Shank wna appointed by dearly bought, hut perhaps It is has rvtcivcel from the government Covingron, ults for nickels in coin bags. Mrs. J. II. Stevens, of LATEST WAR NEWS. the eo art to defend Creen. He went worth it. Col. Wnlton will be no Wnjni'sbiirg, seveial from Huston-vill- o is visiting friends here. Owncs of timber kinds in Harlan $810 thnt has been due since the civil nnd Crak Orchard. Col. .lames Diplomatic activities of the United to the jail to see him nnd informed miiii'a lnv figme. He will be his own v Miss Ilcrtle Me.1lure la nt tho home coHiity have employed n forester, part wur. Tho debt wna just n half I. Hamilton lead a delegation oves him thnt lw had been lappninteel to bfcsa nnd will look out for the of wlto'-- c eluties it shall be to old, hut on the theory jhat it is States were suspended temporarily frean I.nncaster, whilo Krnct Frank of R. II. llroiiaugh for a visit. line-vill- the people in the scienco ofinstruct better kite thnn never to liquidate yesterday peneling the news of the reof the whole people. Nodefend him. Creen wna uncommuforest Misa Annie Hroilaug-vnt to busi- o fire prevention. and a bunch of Hoyle county demoIn lua cell body would clnrc intimnh.nicative, lie remained he ia indebtedness, the payment of it Is we ception of the note to Germany In Thursekiy nf;crnoon on a npparontl iu n stupor nnd declined not always on the level. He Is the crats came over from Danville. It ness trip. HrnoiHns over the death of Ms mo- suppose, satisfactory. It came at an Berlin. President Wilson is holding to have nnv thing whatever to my to kind of mnn the people want, nnd waa a great crowd in every waj anil Mrs. J. M. Hror.augli nnd Miss Ma- ther which otesirred as a result of an opportune time, for the members for up a vigorous protest to Great Brivoriil attempt! when the people find the kind of n worthy and deserved tiibute to thu ry HulTman, of LexillgtoH, arc lawyer. Aftor the the operation which hu insistod on hav- some months past kave contemplated tain on the interference with United - eon for with him Mr. Shank re man thiy wnnt, thnt ia the kind of man. guests of Col. It. II. Ilronaugh nnd ing pes formed, Rolla Ferguaon killed repairing nnd refurnishing the edi- States shippkig until he can see his norteel the mnttor to the court, nd- - man thel win hne. One Wnlton fice and the money will be spent to way clear in the German situntion. If Although he laid arren irt four family. himself at Lourm. swpp-- rt and Demo- o'clock Wednesday morning to TheadoiV Ifopscvolt urgeel univer- that end. A meeting of tho entim the sitH.stion does not Improve nn exviimig the court thnt it wna Impossible n Mr. and Mrs. C. K. ndwnrcke, of t get any informhrlon from Cron crats will never regret it. CynMiiniti catch a train out of Husieside, and Hcnloii, are spevidiiig the summer sal military service for this country membership is nkcl for nex--t Tues- tra session of Congress may be culled. Mr. Shanks, in Democrat. An interesting fact ki conncation aliout the tragedy. had made thiee speocko that day, here with her parents, Air. and Airs. in nn adeness oa propnrcdrtcss for day night, July 27lh. nt 7:30. A making mi investigation of the man's war he nnde eteruay at the San salesman with samples of ehurch with the German submarine warfare Mr. MiChesnoy wns in fine fettle inn) J. II. CeJIier. f is contained In n ebNpatch from Lonlife learned thnt some time before, furniture nnel definitions will ho made one of tly atronitst and most MASON'S UAH. AIiss Anna Gray, of Geoucjetown, Francisco Exposition. wha"e employed liv n construction Charging a shortne of 10,000 in piand nnd the members nrc nskod to don which says that" for the week endarguments ever heard who has bce,n the guest of Ahsscs .Miss Sister Dnji viiitud Miq e convincing company and while working with n from a public rostrum in this city. Annie nnd Katlierme AHdeleton, has his accounts, the Statorevcnue ngent lie piosent nnd see him nnd his wares ing July 21 not n British merchant Ilurk Snturihiy. crew operating n steel crane, he wns has la ought miit against Lewis At nnel come to some conclusion about ship or fishing craft was sunk by GerMr. CJinrlea Daughcjty, we nrc Ho pitched his main theme on his reeurned home. rjgiight in the mnchine nnd hurled n sorry to wiy is quite ill. demand that the people be given the Airs. John Chadwiek, Mr. and Hltt. former Circuit Cotat Clerk of wiiat they -i .t in tte way of im- man submarines, cruissrs or mines Nashville, for recovery on his bond. provement of their house of wor- the first instance of the kkid since eAsidcrnble distance. Ih fulling he right to vote on state-wid- e prohibi- Airs. James anil daughter, Miss l, Mr. II. C. Hur.t Alarshal Dovvcs, of Corbin, shot to ship. During the war nerind thn the war began. The wrltish harvo ocAcred n severe intury iibaut the last Monday on busbies. at Stanford tion, and made a telling address of Detroit, Mich., nrc the livnil. nnd nlthnugh lv recoxered, n was usee! ns a hospital and cupied on the EuNearly every guests of Air. nnd Airs. J. T. Chad-wic- death Ed Perkins, who was robbing Miss Cleda KlrM'atrlck of Danville, from start to finish. deep indi utlon was left Ih the head wna with hmncfolk. last vvcek. phrates river in Aranla. man who heard him, whether he wns J. II. Stamper's store in that city. Per- inc.- - liruiiuy cuine us rent on It. f one t plnce In the drive toward the Polish capalmost large enough for him or not, admitted that he Air. Will It. Gaines gnve a de- kins fired on the officer when he MeHsra. CnrraiUie UiKke nnd Ida finder. Mr. Slianka wild that, In vester Minnie were here Sunday. SI. made an argument thist wns abso- lightful hay ride to about twenty of caught him in the store, but his ninn ital the Russians have been pressed Dr. CanHeld Here Yesterday. addition to the man killed by Creen Dr. Gnnfiold. the new nreshlent nf back on the Blonie rfaelarzyn front, Mrs. II C. Hurst waa the pleasant lutely unanswerable, nnd one that this city's young ladlca und gentle- was not geod. they strongly occuny, together on the streets of Columbus nnd for caller on Mrs. K. L. Miraclo Sunday fmadu htm votes mid friends wherever men. After n ride of several miles Crcelitors of the Wnbash railroad venire college, Danville, was in the which which he wna sent to the State arison rnrmera are getting caught up with he might appear. Many who heard they returned to Brown Springs nougni tno entire system paying city yesterday, accompanied by with the outlying defenses of or life, Creen had killed one or two their work nfter the rain has Jet up. him anil who were not for hs'm de- whero a delightful lunch was served. $iH,UUU,UUU nnel assumed ul of the Prof. Crooks, of the faculty of that Berlin declares that the army other men. Mr Shanks sns a the man Thos Hays Rronaugh emortained at liabltiries. R dicrt Goelet and Henr institution. The gentjemp 11 were here of Gen. yen Woyrsch has driven tho Our school is progressing nicely clared that with such a man and In unquestionably insane. wrth Mr. George Ilourrve as teacher. such nu ksuo, there isn't the slight- nn elegant six o'clock dinner on Wed- Rogers Winthrcvi wcro tho purchas- in the interest of the college nnd so. Russians into the fortress of Ivamgo-ro- d, to the southeast of the capital, Mr. Howard Kirkpatrick, of Neal's est chance in the world to defeat him nesday evening nt his home in lionor ing committee. .cured the prerniic of quite a num- Four fires started almost simulta- ner 01 voumr men for matriculation and is now closely investing tho Obituary of Oicar Elmore BaiAi. (Vecl: was here visaing friemki Sun-ili- iu August for the democratic nomi- of Ahsa Mabel Jnmes, of Detroit, nation and thnt he will win over the Mich. Covers were laid for ten. The neously in the Standard Oil plant this fall.. The belief is general thnt strenghold with its twelve forts The following is tuken from the Airs. K. L. Mirndo has been on the republicnn nominee in November by color scheme of jellow'and white was nt Rajonne, where a strrke is now upder the presidency of Dr. Ganfield nine on the right baak of the Vistula Deceased Mil; Stone (Jap, Vn., I'ot. nO.OOO votes. A striker was killed the grand old institution of learnine-wil-l and three on the left bank of that beautifully oarried out. in progress. immarried n daughter of W. It. Willih n'ck le-- t for some time is and mnnv persons were injured in Mr. J. C. McClary iirtrodueed Mr. take on new life nnd that next river. proving. of tliN city: There is little in tho official stateriots yesterday sc&ion win be the best in years. The The Danville Fair. Little Lunette Hur-vwthe guet McHiesncy with a few well chosen Oacnr l.lmer Ilnnks was born In Representatives 0" the tobacao new gymnasium has been completed ment issued from general headquarof her cousin, Miss Laura Miracle woids. It was considered rather fit The crowds that attended the Dasi- Lee Count), Viruinm. on October 31, ting that this prominent business man vdlc Fair Wednesday and Thursday trmlc have been invited to confer and n number of imreovements will ters at Petrograd to contradict the He reaUled in Olinijer. Vn . S unlay. 18S7. Mm. Trunk Davi visited Mr. nnd ami Superintendent of the Haptist were not what they should have been, with Government officials with a view have been maele before college opens chiime set up by the during the early part of his boyliood but there are indications in all of the to unifying the reports issued by the should inday, mid aturtcd to whnol there in Mrs. Harney Davis the hitter sirt of Sunilay School of Stanford the super- owing, no elouht to tho busy season Treasury, Commerce nnd Acritxil- - in September. communications that fighting of r troduce the mnn vho is this wiek experieno-inthat tho farmers are now nbwit 1810. In ISltD the family wni most desperate nature Is in progress fture Departments. Huckleberry and blackberry pick- intendent of the Itaptist Sunday Crab Orchard Springs There was ncverva better time removed to Hnru, Vn., where hia s, at various points, and that the McChes-ne- y John Carson, formerly of Georgeto save hay and kill weeds and for an ing seem to be the order of the Viy ,School at Frankfort. an Mr. father wiim store though falling back, are resistFolowing are a few the arrivals spoke for ever hour and a sunly farmer is taking advantage the town, Ky., is under arrest nt Jack11100 in this community. of Iron Ore Mining Comimny. In Mr George Hurst and Miss Fro tin half mid at the conclusion of his the opportunity whilejthe days arc son, Mich., charged with the mur- nt Crab Orchard Spi'nga .met Tues- ing with determination. the family moved to Illc Stone (lap, Rome reports the failure of the Mary AI. Palmer, his day's issue. The der of public Robbins nttended church at Hluo Lick speech, shook hands with acores who bright and cool. The show of stock mother-in-la- Airs. nnd her adopted son. nml summer rejort grand old health Austrian nttempt to cat-ofVa . where he iittcmU'd the the Italian is ranidly filling pledged him their hearty support. Ijurn Saturday evening. is mid to be ver goodiiumej-icallHe wrm married to aclnol """" Kdvntrtl"Mnddeh:--(up and the guests are cnioying every left, nnd a "noteworthy advance" by Mr. ami Mr. W. Mf Klrkpatrick, He cumo to StaiLroM after n Jwaid it is not great but tho quality is high. N. Willis on Mm 11th. I'JttS. They Gov. Whitman, of New York, said hour of the day and night. In fact the Italian forces at several points. Lincoln county people, as usual, arc retijitfl at Hilt Slono tinp until !t09 wore vtalling their "daughter, Mra. day's enmpaigning. He got to that Charles Decker's thero is something elainc all the time-Air- . early Wednesday nwrning attending and liavn. a good deal of yestcrelay lames Davia Stindu). a waa In the umplov of the He and Airs. J. W. Blivev, TutUev (Lincoln County M. D't. Meet Here. Quite n numlrer of young folks and when news got about that hust- stock on the groune!- -. af. S. Itaugh- tatement and appeal ror a reprieve Tolephone Co.. and Tenneee A. M. Swain, Lexington. had not changed his opinion of Creek. The Lincoln County Aledical Sociwhlili eomtmnv remmed him to Nor from here, attended church Jt Illuc ling iKtle nt that he was there, man, Jr., made four shows with his Decker's guilt Analy7ing the state- Ky.: E. O Robinson. Cincinnati O.' ety met at the office of Dr. J. F. Peyabout a hundred and fifty citizens ponies nnd took four -- eel ties. Jim ment, in Lick Saturday evening ton, Vn., in 1H0U. After n ir the Governor said it contained r. E Griffin. Louisville, Kv.; J P ton Tuesday and went through with Mr Will Miraile wont away Sun- .rathered and insisted that hu make Woods made five shows with hm mules Norton. Vh., tho leteplionc ComiKi-n- y but one piece of evidence new to Stradcr, Louisville, Ky.; Airs. Coletransferred him to Abingdon. Vn day to accept n position, much to the them a speech. He reaelily complied, anil carried ou tlnte blue and two Inm nnd the man who could testify man Gentiv, Lexington, Kv.; W. T nn interesting program. One of the although he wn not billoel for an good things on it was a paper on led ribbons. From the number of in l'.U0, us Distrirt .Mmingor there rerret of hm many friends. Riddle and wife. Dayton, Ohio; AIiss Pellagra by Dr. J. B. Smith, of thero. He was introduced at people thnt are attending the fair '0 that was dead. of Meir. CJoyd unit Jnmes He leaided in Abingdon until Ida Two men were kllleeJ and others Hnllie Raylor, Eton, Kv.; S. H. It showed much thought (loath, which occurred on July nth. Turnersv die, nttended the ice cioflm McKinnej by Mr. F. M. Ware, a from Stanford todaj one would judge enously Osceola, Ark.; Airs. W. O. iniurid in clashes between anil reseat ch and was liberally imminent business man of MrKinney. that n gooei crowd is in nttenehnce. 1015. at Stlfi a m , m the Abingdon supper here Saturday night. Danville, Kv.; D A. Thomas strikers anil armed guaiels at the cenntor Charli F. MontgomA number of Mrs. L. L. Jnckson and children Stat. talks were Iloatnlul. He had uone to the Ilna-nit-al Stanford. Kv.; Hugh AI. Noe. Stan-roi- made by the various members and Standard Oil Companv's plant at MeCno'e at on SatunUv before lua death huve returned home after n ple.tinnt ery, .if Iiierty, Miis Cooper Entertained tiy viuo. Ky : A At. Bconett, Alndison later a good dinner was enjoyed at N. J. Troops were asked for McKinney and took him to Libert Ilia denth wna quite sudden nml a visit with her brother. K. L. Miracle On hist Wednesday afternoon the by the fcheritT, but last night nfter a lnd.; K D. Phillips. Stnnford, Kv.;J. the St. Asaph Hotel Those present Misees Kliinhuth Dvls aad Flor- whorl! he spoke nt half past one Mirpriee to all. oven tho doctors did He was introduced nt Lib- membcis of Dixie Rook Club entci-tainc- d nersoiril investigation the Aeljutnnt M. Phillips, Stanford. Kv ; J B were Dr. A. W. Cinn, of Somerset, o'clock. not realiie the end wna ao nonr. ence Ilinke weio the welcome callers erty in honor of AIiss Lyle Cooper General of the State lcriorteel thnt Phillins, Louisville. Kv.; I. AI. Leforel councilor for this district, Drs. Alby the aged Rev. J. Q. A loakngo of Uiu luwt caused his on Mim Cordie D. Miracle the past one of the best known Chris at the homo of Airs. E. Jay Uovvcn- - the piesence of the militia vva. not Vnnalec, Kv.: AI. E. Vincent, Lexing- corn, Carpenter, Childress, Chaso and week. iloatlu eiu nt her beautiful suburban home. necoisnry to preserve order. ton, Kv.; Bettie Frost, StiHton. Kv Weddle, Ilustonville; Laswell, Kings in the state. The Mr. Harney Davia gnve nn ice tinn ministers' Hu wna kooiI, kind, niwl lovintr High Mis Cooper had Bridge, Ky.; ISeaumont College, at Harrodsburg Mnrv Turpin, fatlier, ttuabnnd and brother, nnd eroum supper Saturday night. There ourthouae at Liberty was filled al- party as she liad the u honor of the ore of the oblest iiWitutions for the Shirley West, Richmond, Kv.; Snears Mountain; Smith, AIcKinney; Caldw games well, Wayneslwrg; Pipes, Alorclaud, the mote could be said of nnjone. waa a large crow! present nnd all most to mid limit with a splendid au- than any other incmtor moio of the club education of women In the State, has Turlev. Richmond. Ky.; alts. James and the local physicians. hu wns given mi enthudience, He had a hvt of frieuda in Iliir reported n jojftd time. oiganized last October. been restored to the name it bore be- Conn, Lexington. Kv ; Anna Loi!c. Rev. Hnstv will hold u meeting at siastic reception thero. Atterwnrd "ince it was Stone flap. Norton, lingl(iii, and in The guests of the afternoon were: fore the war, "Daughteis' College." Lexington. Kv ; Neflie F Brahan Backing Owley to tbe Limit. tliat he wont and was tho homo of II. L. Miracle the first Senator Montgomcrj mototed fart Sunday in Aui'UKt to Midellehurt; where he wns Mis. J. L. McKce RuTe. Airs. H. J. It has been pin chased from the es- Lexington, Kv.; Stephen J. Bnuehmnn tj LvorjOne ia The Advocate makes this frank adknown, he made friendi. Hw waa an U. Foster, AIiss tate of Dr. T. II. Smith bv J. D. Hru- - Loxinctoa, Ky.; Harry South. Frankurectoe! bv a crowd of about 50 McRobeits, Airs. J. invited to attend. mission, nnd while it is full of truth, ump!vee of tho VirtrinlR C Teiinoa-ae- e Dr. Ben L. Bru-ne- r, fort, Ky.: Laura Trench. Trankfort, it and after he was ngni introduced bv Mary Shepherd Coek, Miss AIar ner, of Harrod-buiTeluphone Companj for nbotit is rather surprising that it does so, Maoie Rnne. AIiss Katheiine Davis of Louisville, and AliniiHj L. AIc- - Ky.; S. P. Ross, Kirksville. Kv. Rev. Montgomery made a telling HUSTONVILLE. as heretofore that paper has been t'J voara. It.incy, Miss Alary I'arly, AIiss Lunle Danitl mil incorporated with a capthen mot cuing to Ilustonville. such a btaunch suppoier nnd extravWill Nual has locontly bought a PuhhihI sorvlces were hakl in the Will Hold Sale Sept. 30th. whore Mr. and Mis. T. W. Jones nnd Cooper. AIiss Huta Jean Pcnnv, Alis ital stock of ?no,ooo. agant booster of its home candidate: Dodge touting car. .Methoilist church. South. Abingdon Mary Elizabeth AIcKiimey. Alias Lissu Five men were shot and painfully Air. T. L. Carpenter, who owns oikj backing people Miaa Oru .lone, of Montkollo, Is Mr. S. II. Itaughman met him with a on Tueday afternoon. July nth ., nt HolUdaw, Airs. Hugh Reiel, AIiss Win-ifio- woMiided at Fiankfoit by Leo Wills, of the prettiest anil best farms 111 the "Lincoln county Owsley are tho limit cur and brought him on to Stanford. Hon. John Snm to 2 orlock, conducted by I!o. S. II the guost of Mrs. 1. Carpenter. Colvin A delightful ico course 15 years old, while Wills was shoot-lu- g West End, informs us that he will in his race for Commonwealth's At.Miaa Fiiitiheth Phillips, of Liberty, Mr. r. M. Ware, of McKinney made Vnuirht anninte.1 b Re. K. V. Knhle at hi ids. The injured are Hob-0- 1 sell his plnce. his stock, crops, etc., torney." fhe trin into Cncoy with the distin- was serreel. The Abingdon Net of Owl, of which is the guest of Mr. W. M. Mjer. 1 Pulliam, n tleik, shot in the right on Thursday, Sent, ,10th, advertise Airs Cnle Krown hna been 111 for guished visitor anil cmc on to Stanthe lecued vaa n member, took hand; Louis Rosenstein, n merchant. ment of which will appear in these Tox Hunters to Meet Saturday. Catalogue Pleates Him. a if tbe r nui'ti- - nfter the evernl (lays with a seven o boil on her ford and hearel him again at nieht. shot in the right leg; Milton Alef-- 'olums la due time. The farm lies on Fiom Stmifoid Mr. Mcfhusnoy went and burial una trade in Sink face. The ceeutive committee of tho foul, a clerk, shot in the leg; Jni'k Praise from Sir Rupert is prais ini; SoriiiKs Ceinetoiv, Abingdon It -- Misn I.ueile Petrje, of Hairlman, to Mt. Vernon where he spoke to a National Fox Hunters Association Mitchell, a city employ, shot in the the Lfbertv pike, contains about 275 indceel. Charlie Cecil, the Danville cultivastate icres wna the request of the deceased thai Tumi., is v miting Mr. ami Mrs. A. I flue crowel on Thursday afternoon. will meet at the Hotel, in neie, nnd Frank Garrett, n Negro tion. nnd rs in n fineone ofofthe very grocer nnd implement mnn, said to The homo is A f entitle of the speaKiug heie Fostoi. 1 he he buried at Hint place. . 'ock to Dr. T W. Pennington while in that ,ulu at Wills was Mis Fannie I'rewitt, of Lexington, Wtdiioadny night was the voluntary eletide on a place for the annual fall hot in the btenst. the scene fully best in the county. At the same time city the other day: "I am highly lit la auruved liv hm wifu, a bnln fienn Ikv, eight month of nue, n bob) gir' hna been tho giiet of Miss Fddie T music oirered bv the. McKinney band. field tiials. Exeolsior Spiings, Alo., threo squares was not aware of the Air. Cunpenter will sell n magnificent pleased with my advertisement in of whnt held of thoioiighbred Polled Angus tho Knights of Pythias Fair catalog two and onn lialf onr. of nge, hif Cnrnesiter. number of the "boh" who arc on and Columbia, Tenn., aro competitor accident anilwore doing. his bullets cattle, :t0 in number, and a bunch of and tho booklet is one of tho very V. H. Moorie. foimer-l- y thusiastlc JltChesney men got togethllr. nml tnollne four brnthei a nnd one r fur the honor. Thojse who are auhigh grade cattle of that strain. Wo extend our honrtfelt sm. of tbia cit nre visiting Mrs. bv others, enliv- thorised to name the plate for the prettiest I have ever seen." Anil er, anil joined Walk U Miles to Oct Marbled. MeCormaek. ened the evening by fine music both 11)15 hunt and who are expected to we might add that that is what they lmthv to them M In tlieir bereavo-ment- . An A Whitislviiig t.pcml t.avn: Sam Lusk has aerrpted a position liefoic and after tho addresses. Youthful Jeweler. all say. be prev-eare Col. T. C. Jame, inteietiting elopement too., place in with the Kollogtr Coiutiuction ComAIiss Alabel Wilkin-othe Miaa.; Mr. MiChesnoy spoko to a good Shaikcv, Wods Walker, this county when Caiude Pittman, n pany at New Yetik City. daughter of Air. and Mrs. E". WilYouthful Runaway. rowd nt Mt. Vorn!i jostenlay nfteu-noo- n Paint Lick. Ky.; J. P. Won ell, carpenter, MT. HEBRON. of Due Mown, tenn., elopMiss Genigettu Walker wna tho and Inst night to a large one Rushvdle, Alo.; Leonard II. Sliouse, ed fiom Fleming, the new mining kinson, sin prised her parouts the Little Henry Winston Phillips, We are haiinir mime nite weathor KUiwt by reptiiing a clock that three of Mlas Katio Hanuw Dicker-so- n at Crab Orchaiil. Ho waa introduced I oxington. und W. A. Wade, Verothei now. with Alias .Min- hud da' for 11 long timi. The time- Alih. voars of ago, the son of Dr. anil in this at Ijuic aster Thnraday. run by Mr. II. G. Skilos, cmdiier of the sailles. The call for the meeting was citj Dorcas, county, Winston Phillips, of Junction Mrs. ItNrbour Cook is real sick. foimerly of Chattunoo-ga- , piecenot nie Mist. Mnry Smith nnd J. Ilaiton Crab Orchard Hanking Company, funcperform nt issued josterday by S. L. Wooldridge, Mrs. Lilly Adam who hn boon ill Smith, of .lollico, walking fourteon tions refused to little ladyits pel it to City, vvus found by tho L. & N. men mid, after took and the Tenn.. are the tho hitter place. Report me that he of Vet sallies, president of tho assoia some bettur at ,'locnnl, miles to this city, wenr o the ofiice nieces. 1 leaned und oiled it and now bidden behind the stove in the caicuosta of Mrs. R. w McKlnnoy. ciation. boose. impressed Ins hearers very much. tho nt Mr. Snrah I'otroy nml Miaa of Comity Couit Cleik .. B. Hontley, it woiks like chaim AIiss Mabel has JunctionHo had boarded his train He Rev. J. W. HeHglo returned City home. Johiuon have juat returned from Kingston, whorn kaa has whole a liiense was secured. Elder for owc time had a desire to be a was curried to iu front of he been Parksvillo and returned MORELAND Telix G. White tho Tint. from Somerijet where thev have been holding a levivnl for two weeks. . Craft wns summoned anil iew eler and from this feat it looks by Jehn tho next train. with their mother Mr. J. 1L IoIip Misa Ilcasie Lmshorn, of Yosonute, tho wedding ieiLinon porfoimeel. like she would make a good one. Felix G. Wluto ia the first man in We weie very glaJ imleod to have Km. She is at the hmpltal nnd la Rov. A. II. Haugh back in tho pulpit Lincoln county to gut u loan fiom visited Alls. Luzie Tumton last week. Aftor tho ceremony the newly mar"Safety First" Holmes it Dead. gettiiifr alontr nirul nfter nn oporti-lio- n Suiiilnv anil to know Alra. John Alosor last week ried couple loft for Flemrng afoot. 'ho Rural Credit Association. Ho got uil Joseph Austin Ho'mes, diructor of Making Runaway Race. Mr. .lohnsnn has buon in bad ovoreel from his sicknoaa. he kas ic- - it thiough the Lincoln county innna-io- visiting lelatives at Wayne.buig and Both nre well known in Tennessee. of .Minos ut health for quite u whilw, h.uiuir been Col. W, P. Wnlton seems to be mnk-in- t; tho Federal Buieau They will leeide, howover, Iu FlemMr. Walter O. Wnlkor, and says Fiibanks. Mm. Robort Coojior mid children, y Iu a rather interceding ball gnnie ing. Nt the hospital for nearly u month of Nhheilaaville a race jr tho Democrat- Washington nnel a widely known geothnt he is moic,' t ban pleased with the have beon the vueata pla.veel Saturday between the Aloro. Her daughter" ay that if she im- of Mra. Cooper'a ic nomination for Secretur.v of State. logist, died at Dourer, Colo., of '. sister. Mas Hiinnie UKncmt!on's inuthoeU of eloinir The deceased waa a native proves, she will mvoii be nble Iu come Spenra nml Mia. S. T. Carpontor. land and Neeefmor- - rnu, the latter Col. Walton is a runner from tho Wim Splendid Trip. of South Carolina Ilolmiw ia waa defeatod by the score of 13 to 8. lionu airalti. Wo urn all hopinir that AIimi Elizabeth Dve, one of the word K- - He has all trie lequiaitiM far On Mnndnj Hfteinomi Miw Kddio with being (he originator Taylor pitched a good game and popular audi may he the case. Adjudjied Intlilir. at tbe Hub Depart- the propel conduct of the olllce and of thu safety first T. Carpenter entertalnod u few of movement. her fi tends in lmnoi of hoi viiiitor. Gettllef Staiaptlw, of the auutli-ea- with liottei support .ould have held ment Store, luu been avail duel first we trust tli in county will give htm a con teat ijiven lib vote. Blue Grusa Clippor. 111 the popularity Miai Prewitt Thowe pioaont Points a Moral. end of the county, vvua ndiudateil the Needmore boja to much lower wore Boosting Tair. The fielditiK waa mxKod uu Crie Intel lor Journal at Stanford. Mr. Statup-ile- y score. Miaa Roberta inaanu here josterday Mb Nihm Stimsou of Mavaville. Mrs. John lllain. Dr. T. W Pennington, tlw lltrott of lllaiii, LouUe Cook, Annie Dunn, Bet-ti- e In the district composed of Beivle to this county a number of lsotll nidus. W. Pauitht Enjoying Picnic. lunm found the mime of J live wiict. waa here juaterekijr county Misa Dye secuied a million Peaevj house and Rev. Cummin. veum ago from Swlticrland. Hu is lnd . In a new kitchen cabinet Tho pupils and of the the Wg KnighU of PytUua ffcu at Burial ef Infant. She get a trip to 1'reabytorittH Sundayteacher und a half vnte family. event) eight ywuti old. She wioto School aic on- - Stanford. He says the boys will have pui based by hei An infant of Mi and Un, Robert Niaytira Falls. Toronto, Detroit and requeued and thia week "Moonlight" School Toucher. Wanted to Fauxht as joying an old fashioned pic me at the the best fair in history. A they alAtiUholl, of Ktnwnh, Tonn., wua bull- Itutfulo, with all expeuacM petal Mi The number of volunteer teaeliora Aro Yoei Feeling Fit? The moral of thej. were married. wnya hold good one, they will liave rail grou mis thto afternoon, Do ou onvv the mun ir woman of ed in Buffalo SpriiiKs cemetorv Tues Dve la a moat popular vuunir ladv l b helping her mi the "moonlhjht" schools, na lev thnt W. II. Hlggius uuel the to go some to break the reeord this atory Dan .. ii unt nu t ' irdh.it-p- y day ovening. The mother wus ia niece and her host of filomla nre lojoiclng touchers are the chaperones. kitchen Ninn porta tome into the Illiteracy tho nu'vv mother around ville Mcetongei. disposition? All those depund upon of Mis. W A. Moberh, of this city. over her vietoiy. Advocate. is highor than lust year. Mrs. Sianv, do you picked up n husband see tho point? Danville Messenger. foru Wrlson Stewart, ihaitmiin of gooil health, and good health is imFor Hay Fever or Asthma. They Write Every Day. Summer Achei and Pains, When Hot Weather Opprenes. the commission, bays that all teach-ei- a possible whon the kielncvs die dUeas Many persons dread July en ac Evoiy day Foley & Co., receive let- When vou foil oripruwdxl. dull nnd fifty-tw-o in Montgomery; A backache that cannot be explain- In eel. Folej Kidney Fills help the kidKtght now, when liny foor is Wayne and fifty-tw- o neys cast out poisons that ennsu back- ed b having "wit In a draft" is more stupid, are inert nnel luiigtiiel do not tere fiom grateful men nnd women, count of hay fever. Toley a Honov in Ilrcathitt; Its victims nml when asthma in Anderson nnd 120 Iu ache, rheumatism, and other symp- thuii Jlkolv the result or elUordeied blame It ull cm the weather. Heat will telling how Foley Kidney Pills cured aad Tar Compound is recognized as hay fever and ia ciKini? so much diitrftM. there is Clay, are pledged to the Weal sore conduct moon- toms of dangerous kidneys and blad- kidneya. Foley Kldngy Pills rmmptly not affect you ao mut- ir the bowels them of backache,kidaey mu.scles. stiff notlunu. It remedy forsoothes the raw Honey and Tar light schools. u demand for heals and und bUddor rellave backache sine or tiff mus- are regular. Foley Cathartic Tablets JolnU and other der troublos. For sale by all dealer.. brought Compound tho remedy that cles and joints, rheunuitiainaid r'eon are Ulcal ror ladigufetloii and coustipa- - troubles. 1$ very quk'K to reiuvo lum- usping throat and cases the chokitrelief to thousands in pravlous years. t n. Thoy icMiove fctout pereons 01 bago and rheumatism duo to kidnoy sensation. It nllavs inflammation ikaar Rohoit Henry, a farmer living near Tho bodies of two niorp American elistiubiiig bladder HllraDtit- - Tbr- will help nnd brings t nsy, imtvpl Dori't continue to suffer. It ' Ued, htvy feejjpg. For sale trouble. No other remedy 1ms a longer irritation Lusltaniu victims hvo boon la oiiaxL lie tliy . Lancaster, lost two calves the kiiln ' you. Contains no opiates. For Bale by suit of eating Paris Green. aatuo re alt e'ealo-record of cures. For sale by all dealers breathing. For sale by all dealers?" v lion, ror saiu uy np elcater LAWYER SAYS FRANK'S ASSAILANT IS INSANE splendid audience to yes-tcrdj- y, ..,, ., er 'irrt p. iuuh d!)t Ht-u- V'; A re ,?,, "'''' ,.-- .!. oflT "', iiout lee-vnc- at I io.i. An-otli- cr sclf-him;-- un-el- er -r ocn-tui- I- wholu-hunrtc- d -- t I Flor-CMc- vv- 1 AIu-bc- Sukesh-Sheyuk- k. fr Ivan-goro- d. v. Me-wl- Austro-German- s, g. Rus-skin- tf - " f Vir-Xiio- K; Ij, AIul-keAIul-ke- v, y, irt e, d, tht Mont--omcr- 'vit ovurwlo cor-dial- 1 g; s, el diar. ser-yico- le'iiirtn -- ris-te- llr. Km-nie- tt lu-i- n, M M Ce-rett- yi 11 r. run-awa- busi-noa.- st s, -- huper-Intondo- Com-miaaio- u. ! M rolea s. all dealers. tt r H"r' 1 2 y 'UWAfciS qesta , MaaWaHaSaw It Mill iiif ii The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, July 23, 1915. Brodhead Fair, August Honor Roll Bank. OUR AIMS. The constant aims of the officers and employes of this bank are: To promote the interests of customers just as they endeavar to promote those of the bank. To do all they can to make the dealings of depositors agreeable and profitable to them. To contribute to their enterprises the conforesight and timely servative a bank can properly becounsel which strong stow. To repay their confidence in us by confidence in them. 11 3 Days. The Interior Jeurnal W.1I.TON 1 HAS PROVED JUST LouUvitte WHAT SHE NEEDED Speedy A SAt'FI.KY.Jalteti and Mim.Ktra HTIMCT1.Y 0(1 A Tl'.AK IN AllVANCK Relief ritttofjift nl:llntrd at trcnntl Etxttrnl M Iht ) mii( mill FinJi Woman Dy The U.e Tanlac or lf jicl nrmnrr the C4lnwtnr ramliiUlca for iwi to Uonitxratlc primary, Auit 7th, IW3 I ar Cirrutt JitJo A HAItlllN. of Meter County. I'JIAS. C FOX. of llajla County AIIroy or C.nimoniffrtHA'1 I' V ITHYBlll, llili County. J H OWSI.KY. Jr-u- l i:ir.ln County. Kiilrwtrf 0fim.oHff ir WM F K LAI II, of Fowttn Oeunty. V .1 NKWHA.V, cf Jf1on Omintj. J'f rtM. AltSOVSCKUtXTV Tim Itit.tlnr JanrnM la anlhta-lfrc- an, to an r fur r.r. V wll H JKH1F. Cirri 'r 7J''r..Hffft(if liOOltl Ml:I(l.l. WKAHK.V (5 XWMS1I. in Isfitlatur LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK Stanford, Ky CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE;' Resources $520,000.00. J. B. Paxton, Vice-PreW. H. Shanks, Prcs. J. W. Rochester, Asst. Cashier. W. M. Bright, Cashier. s. 5100000. Surplus $100,100. When a gathering of the governors of the several stntes was cnHcil in Washington City some years ago, prediction, were mnde for the fHturc of these meeting. Some people thought that the "house o! governors" might b.r&r-- e of nlmtt another ns ns much importance house of Pongre. ly uniting the States in the moemjnt for uniform legislation. -The proceedings ot tne nouse oi governors" .hie to meet in Boston in August will not suggest that these hopes have been in any degree real ized. The governors will hold a pleasant and informal debating society, at which the work of their trade will be discussed, much as when the editor? or the photographers or the manufacturers get together to talk over their mutual interests. This dues not mean that a governor of a state is not an important personage. Probably he is more so than he was twenty y.".rs src. Th old style executive was supposed to adopt a dignified seclusion, making recommendations in an academic the legislature 'ay. Commonly dropped them in the waste basket. These are more important days. The people want to get things done. They look at a governor ns their executive agent for the relief of a thousand needs, most of which arc out of his province altogether. The failure of the "house of governors" as a positive national force does not indicate that the goveraors as a whole arc a group of mediocre men. Rather the difficulty is the intense individuality of all of our local communities. Legislative bodies, from the United States s.nate down to u city council. arc jealous of their own preroga tives. They are suspicious of causes and movements originating at a dis tance. I he fact thatvthe "house of governors wantejl a certain thing might hurt the passage of a proposed act in many legislatures, rather than help k. Whether hot weather has any connection with crime or influence on the criminally inclined is a question which will never be definitely determined, but there seems to be an epidemic of rash deeds during of every year. This is the season when wo may expect Midden death in any number of ways. Statistics have probably never been complied to show the favorite method of suicide, but drowning is not unpopular, while shooting in the head, always a favorite means employed by the is less used at this tima than at other reasons. This indicates that even in the matter of suicide, the comfort of the person who is seeking an easy way out of the perplexities of life Is considered somewhat by that person himself. Whan the temperature is flirting around the one hundred mart;, drowning doesn't seam altogether bad; in fact it is calculated to make a rather strong appeal to one who has made up his mind that this life is not worth the living and has determined to end it. While this phass of midsummer madness may be partially accounted for, it is impossible to give reasons for other horrifying deeds, except on the grounds of weather insanity. It is quite time that the doctors and the psychologists were looking into the matter and trying to explain the meaning of it all. life-wear- Louisville. Kv.. July 21. Mrs. Frank Pettis, wife of the of the Lowiv nssilnnt chief clecto-iciare- villc nnd Nashville railroad, wh sides at 800 $amp rtreet, Louisville, is among the many women who have found speedy relief from senoirs illness by the use of Tanlnc. Mrs. Pet-ti- n mid: "I have been in a nervous, run- fawn condition for some time. My di-- 1 gestion was very poor, and I had dif- i? ncuity in eniing sonu iooh. i dcires.ed in wiirits at times that 1 almost hnd n dread far the future. "Tanlac proved t be jirst what i needed. The medicine acted like n general tonic on me. I am inipred in every way, and 1 vcy cheeiful'y indorse Tanlnc." Tanlac is wdd in Stanford by the MMt. Penny Drug Store. well-know- n i I Everybody Going You all travel, you all y'liU, you all go tome you do go, you do not want to be j j vlirre on buiinett, and vrhen emtiorraurd ytiuMelf, nor rmbarrat. 9 your friendt by uting ragged worn out of dale traveling luggage. We vtant you to ice our TRUNKS in both regular and ileamer ttyle, square lops, bran trimmed, good looker, at any price from 53. SO to J 12.50. SUIT how good you would feel carrying one of our genuine walrus CASES leather lined suit case, at $15.00. Cowhide ones in brawn or black lea ther, $5.00, $7. CO, $10.00 and $12.50. Split leather, straw, or Imitation lea. iher, at $1.00 to $3.50. HAND BAGS, genuirw cow hide in smooth er rough finish, brown or black, handsome as can be at $5.00, $7.50, $10.00 and $12.50. Come and see these goods before you travel and you will : I I t I I t I then the more want to go. l Kentucky To Ai4 In Alfalf Growth. fkf this . r.. n.iil.1.. ......... 1i fnrmar MV vmiuit state to raise alfalfa and crimson clover as successfully as the farmers of other stntss, Commissioner of Agriculture Newman has decided to purchase tons oi nacieria cuuure iuy be distributed to tut counties oi iin-tuckin proportion to their acreage. AnnliVntUn for li.ictpr'm culture must be made to the Department of Agri culture, which will lie ready ior ins- tribution by August l". it snouiu ic put into the ground by August 20. Only enough of the bacterm will be given to the farmer securing it to inoculate one acre of his land, and then he can use the soil ."ruin this inoculated acre to distribute the bacteria not nnlv over his own farm but to supply the community in whiesi he lives. The production of nlfalfa and crimson clorcr is on the incr c in this state, ns there is ten times as much alfalfa grown in Kentucky today as there was three years npo. Newman estimates that there nrc 'J5,UU acres planted in alfalfa this year. PUBLIC SALE. i McRoberts & Bailey MAIN STREET I). K. McQueary, recently appointed postmaster at Pine Knot, 1ms withdrawn ns n candidate for the Demo- STANFORD, KENTUCKY fG fl I B i ii ' V TROUSWr For Style, Fit and Durability Wear Dutchess Pants. WORK PANTS, DRESS PANTS & FOR GENERAL WEAR. WE HAVE A NEW SUPPLY AND THEY ARE GOING AT ; A REDUCTION. ROBINSON'S. (Water Glass.) Eggs laid away fresh during the season when they are cheap will be in perfectly good condition during the Winter months when treated with Socco or water glass. Easy to use and inexpensive. 10c a can. socco. PENNY'S DRUG STORE, cratic nomination for Secretary ef for the heirs of John State. Land, deceased, I will offer for sale nt nublic outcrv. to the highest nntl E. E. Snder, superintended of best bidder, on the premises at More- - this diisioii of the L. & N , u ery ill land, Ky., of fever at hf home in Louisville His Saturday. July 31. 1915. friends are ery uacahy abcut him. nt i P. M.. the undivided interest ot John Land, decensed, in the tract of $100 Reward, $100 land on which .Mr.--. Klttic HaKcr now lll 1" pl'it ti resides, bcinc a tract of aliout lb I He reifrr. 'f M Ihmt ttre la at Mi't en tlral "V acres, situated ngni ai .tioreiami. lU.rn arirare na vn uw np i. ..- IDal This land is well watered nnd a very tsr. and tbat If (.Irb. Hall a latartb lure ! run- WW known I. I he "1 th ii fraternity, latarrb, bln a natltottc nal Iltlte desirable body of land. Iral a TERMS made known an day of ilWae, rnnilrr Cure laiiwalltatlmial trratWM.t takrn Iniirnaljr ailhic Hall a Currh . sale. the bluwl anl mt.H Miliaria r EDWARD ALCORN, Agent. th ajatem. tbrrrtr dralrojlnr, llio t fran4.lln atmifMi tfce rll-rif tar if.e. ami jrlvln t Huttonvilte, Ky. Ir lullillnc up- the cn.tlhltlon and .ul.tUKhale ea The iwoprlfS-irHa In Mpo taurb falfn In Jta mr.tlra twtta tt.t ILiy FARM FOR SALE. t.fr.r One Hundred It.lar fr anj eaae mat It nlala. Send fi list esFor the purpose of dividing the of-f- (lilt tu rorr. J. CIlENr.V A. t tilln CO , Toledo, O. Addreaa T . W. G. Routt, deceased, we tate of r-K..I.I ly s'.l Draisl-fi for sale privately the fnrm of SO Take U.U. r.tnllr l'Hai iff cooitlnatloo. farm has on it a good acres. This residence of seven rooms, two porches and cellar, cistern at dsor m Rood You repair. Residence has just been pnint-e- d Here's and in good repair. Good frame barn, 50x40 feet in first first clns I'he People's MarJrrt Place Ad-- 1 condition. On the place are hen house, Use What You Have to bea meat house, buggy house, tool house ind other utbuildings. The farm is FOR SALE. Milk cow giving 2 splcndiirly watered with creek ad a gallons per diry. A bargain if taken never-failin- g spring. ne land is in a at once. 58tf. high state of cultivation. Forty acres are in grass and the rest is being culORDERS taken for mile place-cardtivated. It is located one-hamenu cank, china, etc., West o" Peyton's Well, two miles Kate Lynn Wood. 58-- lt East of Moreland and -1 mile from pike ut Sam Helm's. It adjoins the FOR SALE. Second hand Maxlands of Sam Helm, R. C. Nunnellcy, well runabout. Bargain if sold at once. George Gaddis and H. F. Martin and M. S. Ilaughman, Stanford. is n most desirable place. W. D. Routt offers for sale 20 acres of land Colored teacher's institute will beadjoining this property. This larxl is Mrs. p part of the originnl tract, lying on gin in Stnnfoid, August 30th. Singlethe East side and is unimproved, but L. B. Snecd, Instructor. G. is in a irood state f cultivation. For ton, Supt. further particulars call on J. R. Routt, THE Waynesburg Lumber Co., of W. D. Routt, or George H. Routt, Moreland, Ky. The latter can be Waynesburg, handles all kinds of o dressed lumber. Poplar Bindings, $1.25 ound on the premises. t. and ip. As neent 9 Giong io Close Gut THE ENTIRE STOCK THE GREAT )ir - rtln-ctl- ut-- Slaughter.!. Prices BEGINS 59-2- er SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1915 COME ONE COME ALL What Want -2 BUSY CASH J W TAYLOR. LYON'S STORE ManaEcr. 9 9 O hand-painte- d lf 1- uu V J iui cutis iur luur V I L AMMIO' L nU f vw ma H 58-8- PUBLIC SALE of That enormous crowd that heart' Hon. II. V. McChesney at the caur house on Wednesday evening wa impressive of two facts, viz: The people want state-wi- d pprohibition and it pays to advertise in the Interior Journal. XOTICE. Five per cent penalty added to tchool tax on Aug. 1, 1915. L. It. Hughes, Treas., Room 20, over 52-tLincoln National Bank. FOR SALE. Lightning hny baiUr in good shape, and will go cheap if sold at once. M. F. Lawrence, Stant. ford, R. F. 1). No. 5. 5i5-3- Garden Tools and Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right. BBBBBmaxaaaaBBaBBBaBBBatx3aisMw.vaaaKMBHtrTcKwaaHreaBMaaBBBiMBxiBHBavBVBsa.aBaBaaBiaEi3 ii I F,and, Stock And Crops HICH-EST mi imm ii i am n " tr iiiwm WE WILL OFFER TO THE Going to S. S. Convention. BIDDER ON Some twenty-fiv- e members of the colored Haptist Sunday School of thit-pl.ic- THE REXALL STORE STANFORD, KY. White tPHthers' nstltuto will be held at King's Mountnin, lieginiiing oto. mnc August 30th. Prof. W. C. Wilsoo, h our farm, located In Jail for Houte.breakvig. fiom the depot at Moi eland, Ky., on Instructor. G. Singleton, Supt. OP-- 2 McKinloy Young, agti nbout 17, the (J. & C. road. The farm co.iUin. wan placed in Thursday on the 2J0 acres of land in high fctate of cul A. S. PRICE DENTIST charge of house-b- i caking. He wag ar- tiation, and is well improcd. The Hours, S io 4 o'clock rested by Constable S.5 Murphy and residence is a good one, and contains brought here. Ho lives In the South- 10 roams; all necessary outbuildings. one Office Over Sbu gar's Drug Store ern end of the county. There aie two large slock barns, one-fourt- to attend the Sunday school convention in session in that city. went to Lancaster this morning Wednesday, August 11th, 1915, FOR RENT My homo place, containing 20 ane-- , fe en tocm hojse and large barn. Mis. M. A. Gour. 57-tCrab Oichurd, Ky. f. If you vant value for your money we have Placed on the bargain counter a lot of Oxfords, in mens, ladies and childrens. Look them over the next time you come in. : : : : : jil W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard Kentucky K i ' SOMETHING NEW COMING. Roller Bearing ' I- - k Wagon. "Stop, Look, Liston" Two-Hors- e Carrnnza announced yesterday that In the future he would hold no inttt'coune with foreign nations who did not have a regulnrly accredited diplomatic representative. This Is not expected to affect the infoimal relations now existing with the United states. Claiborne Walton nnd Bryun Perkins went to Paint Lick Wednesday and helped the bull team of that c: dofeut LnnuiMcr twenty to three. The Casey County News bays tlia' Grunrille Lutes, who recently moved back to this county from T'loiida, a farm near Middlebuig and will move to it soon. Gen. jW. H. HIGGINS, HV "J. -- Stanford, Ky. but that indigestion and the dietrcsscd There Is No' Question fccliog which always rocs with it cau bo promptly rclioved by taking a BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J, before op'' $& "tSEE?" ' ?5oabos. 8tor. tobacce barn. jack barn, ranary, one double crib; good .. well and cistern near door, and never-fnil-..m.i.. iwni.r from several tin lugs. The land is well adopted to tho growth of tobacco, lump, grain uno prat. iiC A ibo ume lime WO Will ell ii steers, head of kipers i vearlnc steers, C neif- ers, 0 cowu with Polled Angus calves ,t ride, 3 springeis, 1 Jersey milch cow und calf, 8 fat .boats, 1 high, old registered jack 15 'J 1 j.uk, 2 jennetH, 1 pair bjjbJ mules, 1 stalHon 14 ycarb oiu, i hands, 1 family hort.o surrey, 1 d brood mine, buggy, ond a good Vina of farming implemento; also 20 acres of growing corn, 3 acres of horghum, 200 cailomls of hay.. bushols oats, The land will be offered in two parcels and tho mis a whole. Terms tint' mado known on day of sale. Sale begins at 10:30 A. M.. prompt. 10-ac1,'JOO-pou-'2 800-annnlC-hatwo-bcatclib-ci- ul FURNITURE FOR DALE. I will at my residence in Crab Orchard on Saturday afternoon, July 21, sell my household und kitchen furniture. 50-Mrs. W. P. Walker. WiYI RAT.K mnrn ia C. Bailey, Stanfoid, or S. J. Tatum, Crab Orduird. I). C. , 58-tKy. f Payne, Barboun-illeeee not afraid of autos or trains. lv 1'rpntnn: nerfsctlv safe: For Marc nnd butfevt T. D. NEWLAND Opposite the Court-House, J. Nt P.rrr. For Sale Privately. 1 ....II I. ...11.. n... tnw. in iuimi I ucmru vo vu of 25 ucrcs, known us the One Anderson place, located in bight of T' with o six- und improved lita-- t. . nn.l iniA uirnf ni 1 .. ..-- i'iiuii Wants to sell you an Ice Cream Freezer and Refrigerator. Also your Groceries. Phone us. No. 168. ',f'" ' r Penny' Drug Possesion to suit the purchaser. C. M. BACK & SONS, Moreland, Ky. CAPT. T. D. ENGLISH, Auct. and tobacco I barn, cribs, HOhen houses Intljl I AH nanola muno u VtlL A fWt gOOU pair niui-iin. most is in good state of cultivation, II. Clay Ford, formerly of BaltiWhen the term of tho Ohio Circuit all In grass now. Well and cistern manager of Court adjourned, slxty.flvo indict-menin yard. A bargain t sold at once. more, who was resident UIHtliliiv Ford's Operahouse at tho time Presiagainst alleged "possum hunleimS IO Bull iuiviliine Lutes, aianioru, n. r. i. no. o. i dent Lincoln was shot, is dead at ters" had been returned. Passaic, N J, 1 a.u U 50-1- 1" ""V ' The Interior Jeurnal, Stanford, Kentucky. Dr. IL A. Jones nnd wife of flinern. natl are visiting In Mbo'rty. Miss Mcfio Cooper wlH leave MidHIeslioro, Mrs. W. V. Cnrlcr, of Ml. Vornow, home after n vMt to ha Mrs. V.. J. Ilrowii. .InJfm S. T. Grime, of Cuers. Tex.. is kere vXh the fwrnily of his brother, Mr. w. 1'. urHn. Allmrl It. Rpirnnre. of Crnb Orchard Springs, was here this morn Friday, July 23, 1915. ' ! - .. fB B8BM3ffiMS5BRBB8. ii5MMMasfcr at to visit Mis Vlrgmk Wnrren I i.i.'. , .I' .ILL,,. iaHJHB -- 3- - Lay-t- o .Mr. nnd Mrs. Howman hmlth, or Marysville, Tcnn,, are the guests or relntivcB nt Morclnnd. F. Hcid and family, of Danville, are spending the Mimmer iH his farm on the IliifUnville pike. Mr. nnil Mrs. James Crawford, of ftnliliiirn. M. C. nrp tbi i.tipnts of her rnotiier, Mrs. EIW-.- Wilchcr. Mihs Florence Trueheart, who has keen at PMsburg, I'a., for some time, obliging. is horc for n viiit with friends. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ellis Oirtlen. of Som erset, are sojourning nt Crab Wr- Capital and Surplus for several days. tliaril Mi. iircen Lyon, wife and children, of Frankfort, aro the guests of his $78,500. sinter, Mrs. J. W. Tnyler and family. Mrs. A. W. Carpenter, of the More- -' land section, is on u visit to her daughter, .Mrs. Marl; Collin, Jr., in Tampa, Flo. Mot Mollic Johnson and Mrs. are the Frank An her, of Ky. Stanford, guesti of their grandmother, Mrs. Mary Straub. Kliaabcth Iloltaclaw nnd Misses Kva Vankin, who have hoea attending the Normal Sehoril nt Richmond returned toUy. Jnnies Cooper is holding down the duties ef the Comity Clerk during the itbscnre of hfs fnther, in n very acceptable way. Mr. K. C. LiUon, who eowimciou llichard Dunlap, of Danville, was for the brick worS or Mr. W. M. 1 mirsiiay. Personal and Social Hright's now homo, has returned to with friend here Miiw Kliwibeth I'armer has been his home in Danville. e of the ill for Mjveral day. ClinneuBor, Miss Ada Nvwlnnd. lli.ss Mrs. HtMlt'H Mr. Admn Hell, of MiddlchurK, Mobcrly, Mi.'s Mnymo Snglcto'n nnd Wnlnut Flat necllon, Is ill. John I.iitM Is now located nt in vifltinK friends in Stanford. rooms Cliiruncc Singleton have mjttjrned home after n vinit to Mrs. Alfred CroHnvillc. Tcnn., dwriUs In Micrp Mr. I.evisa Martin has taken with Mr.. M. G. WMher on Loiian Hnds at Crostwood. . nnd cattle. Let-igtThe Young Undies Sewing fiircle Mrs. A. T. I.lnncy. of Mnry nnil nVSVOUn Iloone, f Okiude, Tex., Is met with Miss Ktithcrlne ravig Kancy is the gwM of Mic here the uest of hii uncle, J. w. on Wednesday morning at her home Salllc UurdrtL on Hnst Ma'm Street. The morning; Mm. (!. H. Coopw lias Joined licr Clark and family. Creek spent. Mra. J. for n few hinrxl SpriiiK. iiV ' t Cr"1' spent the K. Huck, of Gilbert'smother, was very pleasantly served. Delicious week end wib her Orchard refreshment were Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Menefee, of Mr. anil Mrn. John II. Shanks wont Mrx. MattH Nevltis. Uiw. Annie Lcwia Gentry of Syracuse, N. Y., will arrive tonight to Ut New Castlf Wednesday to visit Ills I.Iain spend several days here wKb his parin the enest of Mrs. fcliwi rnothrr nnil Mrtr. Mr. nnil Mr. U H. Jones, of (,r:U and other relatives here. ent, Mr. nnd fllrw J. N. Menefee, beAla., to .Mrs. W. G. Lear, of Millersbunf, fore ging to IKrminghnm, Orrhiinl, imid this office an apjwociat. jwest visit Mr. Mcjjcfee'n rclatireM. rdnwday. will arrive Saturday to be the vd call hwi-Cliiric the of Mr. and Mm. J. W. Mion sn I'epple", who hm Mrn. J. II. 1'urdom nnd little daughian.k, Misa ter, N'nncy Willard, of Alviti, Tuxne, Mr. and Mrs, W. II. Rtiot of friend in Middlditirr, reW. v. Hays nro vi.:tini. hir mother. Irs. J. f. Mary Moore Kaney anJ turned home Wciliu'whiy. Thursd.-ry- . Myers, Miss Swwn Fl'htT Wood went to tnotorcd to Frankfort of Moreland. Her many m;-- ., t .... I .... Wnllon. who ha friends will lie glad to learn tsai ner Wwlnrwlay to visit her Mt. Storlinj: Kaih-ii;relatives health is much improved after having ( Anavnon. fruet of thtr, Mm. O. Kccnon ha returned been the two week, will return borne for jiant Mr. llinlman a fctroke of paralysis in February. to relatives in tonight. Mr w M. Ilmld. tbe veteran horse from a werV'n visit Loader. Zcijrler, of Cincintmti, man of Hurtonvinc, Is attending the HiMtonvilliv-Harrodsbtiiy Miw SukIo Wm. Seer-nr- Danville fair- - lie n n clever gentio-mn- n ha returned who hn been ai Mrs. llallie Kivint: paintuifj Ieon, returnfrom n two weok stay with friend nnd is always enthusiastic ovei country fair. He kas o and rclativt in I'oibin nd Knox-vill- a ed home thia week. . the v '"lF bt'c.n mil miuoil iittendimr a single fair MiRii Mattic McClnry-Mr. Do.xter Hnllou spent levornl the jcueit of her sinter, Mrs. W. A. held in Danville ince the Civil Wa- rayc with her sister. Mondame Ion Yeaft-c- at Manrinc, Tenn., is here the Advocate. Mill nml IUnry Ncwland, at Crab Kiiot't of relative and friend. Miss Ollie IlalewiH cntcrtinned at In rtmittinc for her paper from bridge Wednesday fternoo.i for Mrf. Orchard. Jack Ncwlmni. of KnoxvlHe. who Kansas City, Kan., .Mrs. W. II. t Hunrv ilin inipst of T.fr. Weisenburg. Hiys: "I always unjoy the In- The first prize went to Miss Madge hm een Uie iruest of hl f liter, Mrs. T. W. I'wtniwrton, returned home terior Journnl and do not want to Human, the gueht prue to .urs. niu-ry- . yattardav. Three tables were played, uui mi. a copy." StapK, of Leslnptoa is nrrlvcd Mrs. S. P. Mr. Jame O'Hannon hn her a dclicioHS lunch served at the clot hu. here nnd has rooms at e Kt. Afapli of the games. Richmond .tt.u's'Ur. from Greenville. Mi. to join linml. who hu been with hi brother. hotel. Mr. SUiec. who has been at Dr. V. II. OLIIantiott .or none time. I.eUanon tho KUt of relatueB will CHURCHES Mr. Slid Mm. J. T. Menefee. who Join her there today. Regular services nt the iJ.tjti.st Mr. nnd Mrs. Georpe C. Keller. have rmnt the patt week In Cleveland Sunday mon-s- g and eveiuVs. and Dotroit, arrivtd Wednesday for a Mr. and .Mrs. Lewis Dolive nnd Mr. church for the morning service, "Th.e Subject visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Mcncfec. Karris Kollcr, of Orlando, Fla.. i.uko i.i ox';; llarren lie iree. e Sqnke William Fields mid wife anil dast niht for a visit to evening, an evangelistic sermon. relative;!. Advocate. rtev. C. 11. Greer nn, wife motored to VoimMIm Tuewlny, near which place Gren Clay Walter, who is makinjr the former ha an eye on n fine farm (iarrnrd a most excellent county atwhii-he may buy. torney, was in the city Wednesday. Klfic ,- Dr. T. W. I'KtniiiKton wont to.Mt. He whs accompanied by M" of iMuKkter Vernon vwstoudny ii the intwat of Zimmw and a little the candidacy of hi brother-in-laJudce Lewis L. Walker. Rodman Keenon, tho nwst clnk of Cashier J. W. Sallee, of the MeKin- WF &&. ney I'epocit Hanfc, suueruii a siroi.e the Court of Appeal, ' r Robins, the clever fcrctnry of lutralysin a few das aj;" ami since John tkWsP1. f'ssn-sof the lhodhoail fair, wa. a caller has been in a feriou condition. Uls 'W-- r i J1 ri Iln n.L..i.tri r.mtf io tbl lift side ie afrcctod. News frm h'u Danville fair and wbk accompanied beiWiIe today is that his condition is his friend. H. M. snivel. t? i.ot npite ho rritionl. VeMtt. Run Williamson, Sr., Ken VTjllism-M)ii- , Jewe Walter went to Greendale Wcdnoidiiy to take n position at Jr., nnd M1ss Geialdinu WilliamKuord in tho Reform School. Mr. Win- son, of Catlotuburtf, and Mrs. S. D. daughter, MUm ilarion ter's appointment is ry pleating to Uotrs and Danville, wcw guests of that Kontlenuin'r. many friend, who Hojlf, of nrc confident that hu will make an Mofidnmes F. Keid and K. C. Walton Wednesday evening. excollont official. Hcv, nnd Mrs. August Itallbnch and New comes from Danville that a mtle fun, Frank, of International little ilmiKhter has arrived at the her home of Vr. and Mrs. S. II. JoohiiMin. halls. Main., are the guets of Hev. Mrs. Mary The mothev wat. Miw Alice Lynn, grandmotJier, ncceited n TeHiiy. the R. S. EUBANK. call to llallbach haa dnuehter of Mr. F.vnn Lvon. of the Unptist riturch rt Woodtown, Pa., iaul The Man Who Took Kentucky lady has butm Wost Knd. The you. will go there from hero. Schools Out of Politics. named Martfiret Wlvn Johnfou. M- J,,.., le U ixlilnr of the South Dr. and Mr?. W. F. Hickle. o IJr. M. D. Early returned Tuesday ora vlsi. are nltfht from Hullitstuwir, Norme coun- Kennedy, Texa, Mrs. lwre oh Spoonn-mor- em ScImioI Journal, tho o&ficial Itwttle gan of tho Department of Kduea ty, whuie he lied been called to to her mother, and other relatives in the tion nnd f the Kentucky Kducntiou preach the funeral of Mrg. K. C. Gninen. Tip's is the third fiwiernl he "ounty. Wc nre glad to learn that al Association. His editorial utter in his adopt- ance have nan great inuucncv n for memlier of Jiat tho doctor is has preiu-hcsome family u a jcar. The family was ". ed state hi that he hopes countyduj shaping public opinion In swhooi lui- i the best protninein on. in Dr, Eurly'a ihurch to cme back t- Lincoln. Kino, ..ii.l tli. ........ .i... ... ui.ii.rs wlilch he he Lunch- old and which have been pu! nt tliat p'i a. upon tho statute hooks, nave prove, most beneficial to the school system V.il.l.. liia Pninitv llnnril law. in fort', makos jiossilJe a non-pa,tisnn lioaril lor tne eoniroi oi uu. in ivtoU rniiiitv. It Ik nossible. 'lecixu s of this luw. ftf each count to provide an elllcient elementary ami high fcltoi Is for its vurul children n found m the largo cit.es. air. is ii candidate for tho Domo i ili. nmrm4inil In tilt) office O.' .ii.,r!nlr)i,!pMt ln.struc Very Latest Theory About How and Why the lion. The ichool of Public sspportpeople are iig mm niroiiRiy i.i Tnis nice in im.v Blood is Disordered. n..nl-- i li.m .... nnil. wlin IllwilVy .... .....-.- . vvvrtllv ..... ii a works for tho greater welfare of the aiiv. liiWren. Come and do your Banking Business with us, and wc will show you that our irjclhods arc up to date in every respect, and that the officers arc competent, polite and for a spefl-an- d swing on this: old-pal-party ing for a snort time. a makin's cigarette quick as a flash, as soon You'll start an via a pipe or as you realize it's a live bet to let your good money rub up against some Prince Albert tobacco. Why, it's like beating back to the week, P. A.'s so friendly, bushes for old-home so chummy-7c- c. n smm&L: .tiTKI?xiii...iWtvViL;S..'ir, 'V.!n:?rtfiiwti!lirf Ifi frt. You see, Prince Albert lets ycu hear the song of the joy'us jimmy pipe and the makin's cigarette all the day long! The patented process takes care of that and cuts out the bite and parch ! First National Bank I.ou-lsrille-. M1NCF the national joy smoks just hands you hmc-mnd- o ,z were j'otr ever nM ..,;.. ,.1IOMMV i U1U y.U.I CVI.1nit a Drana tnar mst puslied pleasure against your painter ii:c lend p;pc-un..-- questions Use these: H t? $&$ V RNB. jKi . rJ.? on. -- e ns e' ..: ; m ji o.;u rJ?i ;, m more fire -- up, then a.-- IT&SMMm ? JmaiMBm&cSn&IIT IfKf Mil .J other and so on, ri - 1. I to the prliow-peno- d Well, that's P. A., no matter how ycu hook ere is Gssuniro it up pipe cr cigarette. vjUlfrJnBMBvVHBsSBBsV0MNh1' fl your system' You nail that fact hot off the iforniaL'o! And raffs rAe r m Spun in but, because k's ccsc-carJTZtt&ZiJTB&SmKL Ml r'tSIT.r" VaSJKhmm Tft handed out toyoafor personaana immediate ' 22 rummer. Irado hat been IsBajri ' frlYcriBBsrlttT v$ kL$ tmnkcr nJ Ml v. attention as being ; Ixjirt a? real and true as c'jy he teekaliim hfc, and to jgf&JLw1m"''2Amtll no dtai er, no SfmwLmjy''bmwfil lift' sS if KjcJt you've heard since truer fueid than An cM KKSWS'v.-aMBfiwas a pup I E I'lj M; jimmy pipe. Irado ftas jutt 3u?lilNV&3:i&'lvif ( ' ',?7 rJNBmJf 1 J f VJifflW 'IS ;? WiU2ES3, SiV P. A. b sokl in the toppy red bag: for the j,nmy.pif.ers club.- vS3S V!aBff ' I hJlflfcj U', B price cf a jilncy ride, 5c ; tidy red tin, 10c; half-pou;i'jv'a pound and tin humidors and the classy pound i45ssm cryslal-glas- a top that's not (smm&sM small humidor with the mm 1m I only joy'us thtn.rf to have at heme and at the office, but it keeps P. A. in the highest state of perfection. siiiurwcup'-iii- L; i .?. &mkKr (V Kr. - 4r mmm&Mwgmm A-. ,,.lx,m . , ' is , ,v 4&m$maz&& V;.,KiaBiilMr'lSU ;i"V5Js'WISi:BBB-j''tT,SSI KT rjBF. jr , JT f f,.s f ,V., '..'VV('t.VF"WmiSSttllBBBBKiBBBr ; j( iillA.4l" HlBBBBBVlBBBHSsliBr BsW .Jmmmimv '.JVTWLssslssssssssssr.SHMfcmKjWjJfr LJIvibbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbT!. Itjct-JGznz-jayir.- to ds ' C k"V u i. str l betneltclcdamt-mberorih- ill . , nd ii s.t ( spenge-moisten- er i. old-tim- R. J. REYKOI DS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Sale- N. C. m mMmm r Kw'WShM m& WmSSSi ismw IsaWW & fcJ" adAn?r"JlW,AHtiiM .M . i-i-rvw 'lIC iriMar- ' I & s v&l$jw$ffiid& um-nil- I Twin Tires? No One's a Goodyear as It Might Be . The Other Costs Us $1,635,000 More This is to prove that you can't judge tires by Ioob. with the Goodyear, because of our matchless output. None does. Goodyear excels all other tires in ot least five important ways. fit ar-riv- el nfiK lOc WEEK IZTJB , 'f 7 Daii-vMI- ANewFeature .d T r msk - m I.- -, Here nr lvo Goodyear tires, seemingly identical. But one is built like many of its rivals. Goodyear extras nre omitted. The other has those hidden values. And these unseen extras; on this year'sout-pu- t, will cost us $1,035,000. This year's bettermeatB alone add to our cost $500,-00- 0 yoarly. Yet our 1015 price reduction saves our users about fiv . .nillion dollars. You Deserve It You deserve the Goodyocr quality when you buy n tire. You deserve Fortified Tires, fciHwe, with the -- V At Severance's Store. During the week of July 26th to 31st we will see how many articles we can sell for 10c that are worth more. Many articles worth up to 25c will be sold at 10c. This will give you an opportunity to do some very advantageous purchasing. Most of the articles will be on a counter in the front center of our store; other items in our regular line will also be offered at astonishing reductions. See Tuesday's paper; also small circular for items and prices. 'J c-- the "On-Air- " cure, our anti-skid- extra-stron- g proi-perin- ui-r..- fabric, our mimbcr of s plies. You deserve in our daublc-thick er - No Price Excuse This is not n price excuse. Goodyear prices liave been fairly racing down, Our late bigrcduction tread, tougfc, and resistless. Wonderful Blood Remedy Thai Works in the Tissues r- ..i..-.l- These things have brought Goodyear the largest sale m the world. They arc saving our users millions of dollars yearly. They ore at made the third in two e r.u-au- Tht - years, ing 45 per ocnt. No total- & rOODpYEAR AKRON.OHIO your command. Any dealer, if you ask him, will equal tire Fou Jficd Tires No.RiniCi.t With All. Wc.lKcr supply you can compete Trod, or Smooth Curd Goodyear tires. (;49 P,HHn?r JH V vJi jf'y$Kttits4&' - Jp"1 biliousness, pHcst and bad breath aro usually caused by inactive bowels. Get a box of Rcxan Orderlies. They act gently and effectively. Sold only by us nt 10 ceuts. Penny's Drug Store. Bick headache, Goodyear Service Stations Tires in Stock Stanford, - - Anderson Bros. Crab Orchard, Bell & Dyehouse. The treat cxjcrti In Chemlitry nnd now dicluro Mtiut lias all rtiynloU'iry tiler? W'Wi C"Htcni!ca Vf tho Kwitt Uib orutury tliut tho emus of blood lUf rJcrs (lnil loilciiit'llt in lliu InttrHtkcs of tho tin. sues. coos to And herein Is where B. 8. work ruIUIy, cfTcetivily und with nolkriiWo rtMiillii. Tills rumuus tliHiit purifier contains jnedlellial cumiHineuts Just us vliul una csucntlol to healthy Wood as thu mtrllivo elements or ulioat, roukt tcif, ond fats und tho kUKurs tliut luuko up our dally tcllon. t A a matter of (net there Is one In B. 0. 8. which korvr the itctlvo lurieio of stlmuUtinK laeli ccUitlor Ail or the body to tho hoailhy and judlolvus P(Ullpa if lis own essential autrlwijHt. the Uod That Is vby It ritii'iierstos treniCHuQo sup. I'lyS wLy It has MMl) u l nee In evtioemlne tewnu, lSl, ui.d all ttlu umiiUou. HIncre-dlcn- S. 8. S. Means 1'iue Illood Which Insures Long Life and Health. And In rci;cncratlnK the tlmucs S.. 8. S. niilliiolal effect Ins a M lil and that M n all thvto lrrltutlns Influences oro throat, wcuk (uubo rhcuniutltin, ryes, loss of wiitht, thin ia!o chcehs, and that weariness of murclo und itervo that Ik Kcnerully txicrlcnccJ, by ull suffercra 8. at any drug uti re. and in a few da) s you will not only foci biinlit, and'enert:tle, but you will bo thu pivturo of new lWe. 8. 8. 8. Is prepared only In tho laboratory of tho Hllt 8pf cilia C... Sill Hwlft lUJii Atliihtu. Uu. Who mklutain a very ef(ltlcl Uocilc.il IVpurtintiit, nhero all who liave uuy bUxtl 4torder of u club, born luturo to 'write freely fur advice. R. 8. S. It aotd every w hero by all drwc ftturcs. lli:woro of all attempts to irtl you InstMt woc mmtiUm: "Just us b- WIHl )4jituned blood. Cut a Im.UIo 8. 8. Lunches and Cooling Drinks May Be Obtained e , l 1 'i H 'f When In Danville at Mammoth Cave. Regular Morning Train, Aug. 11. FROM STANFORD AND WAY STATIONS Railroad Faw $ 1.36. Hoard at hoUl IncludUe th routoa In tho outing far $?.fi6. Wo or An all.oxjwine two-duCuvo far $5.80. phono L. & N. Assut tqr imrticulare. Round-trip SHOP PERFECT (Incorporated) DANVILLE, - Monday, July 26th to Saturday, July 31. ru. KY. '7T' The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. MCHESNETHEMAN FOR VICTORY IN NOVEMBER Friday, July 23, 1915. Farm and Stock News John Lutes sold to ftirls Came GO stock ewes nt $1, K. T. 1'enco, Jr., bouVHt of John KIHy 32 !to(ik cwos nt $U.2fi. Hnrry II HI bouRht rljzht slionts fmirn John Maine nt live noil a qu:p-Hcent a pound. J. II. Mnnnhii;, (nit on Hmitc 1, hns e n Held of SnjHin clover thnt Is tlio finest fcon In this county. It measures nlno feet. Henry Hester had W ncrcs of wJieiwt to yield .10 busholx. The oIir poitlon cf Ins crop, some 50 ncroa, yirlded only nboitt half that amount tor acre. Hnrvp I'oyntor, of Walnut Flat, was in Pulaski county reveral ilaw ago and bought n lot of hvep nt $r...",l and sm Ijojtp nt Tr. Orlpans (Jeorne Kellpr. Jr., iHiught of Allen S. Kdcleii. of Ilur-Kia combined nwre tot $'J7.r nnil ti iinheminn Kirk saddle olt for ffi02. .1. U. llunislrie, of Point I.cmvoll, nLich rr tcn-ncr- Temperance Vote In Country Districts and Mountains Will Mora Than Make Up For Liquor Men Who May Bolt Elections of Last Few Years Prove ThU Tho llntior candidates nnd tlio llauort rest of the Democratic ticket. Kvon to In l.ouliClJ, whlchhe carried by a In t!iir ilospornla effort ntom tlio rnjildty IncreanlnR strength Inrpn mftinritv. hn ran nonrtv 9 ROft voIpk 'hOMml'tho tnalorltv of ihe Dora tif .Mr. McClifiney, nnil to prevent. If ocratlciwiujnoo.for ConsqiRji'ln Ken at&ulblo, wluu iti?emn to bo Ills tonroini't)ic4tjr of OoWnKton) ho re-ns the Democratic pntvnH s1.fi1 rntAA Iphmiiiiii thu vntn tiMo nomlnn'tnn mndlilale foi Governor In th Ausu'st for tho Homocra'tlc nominee for Ctjn jirrmnry, haru been Induitrtou!)- circ'arapljcll county telty of culating the rtport that If ho In noml NVwporl) lie rceelvetl '.6M Irrn: In Siattil lie can not bo elcted In No- - Furette county (city of I.elntnn) base thin Malemnt . w",r" J?p noiiiu mve careen d i.zuu. vewltsr. currl-- d b only 19, nnd no it,w9 Mm tlio Idea that the whUhey rlty imtr Domoorala would not rot for ' Ote KW'll where theiywm. j llqi-oInMtCndeMon COIint, Mf tlilaB nr fnr nnv nlhnp lrv llnnrnl. home, Governor llnckhara hi tiomlr.atpd In mhr words. Wanlc)" Jf 200, or 260 oti behind tlu jthpy admit that, although the liquor ran about Opmncr,in will take a ten n live nan ticket, een though Stanley made a Mtrbeny,' speech - there before thcelcctlnn. o- Pn the primary ngnlnst hpsltate. It he I noml 'tenniDij- for me UrKrl, nut It Imppen aV will not big six places whero ,h,V.'n Hj biateu. i.i bolt nomination and vote "p cnmpniRii, for t.ie Kopubllcan tkket Thero Is ham. tlie.nomliiee. lost votes, for Stan-Butruth In that threat, for that Is uere not .Intended to i Breech what they lavo been iIoIiik for this Ennn jears. Most of them do not h I him Notwithstanding all ofHeck-b- r fceetn to be bound, by any sense of hon-- , detection and boltitis. Governor r "'" ,,Uopu,!llc" ??T wo" i or obligation, to support tho AVIIUon. by 32.000 pioe afur they have taken part In the 11"1 Governor fcrimnry. Admitting to bo true their majority, the largest majority Rlen (purpose to bolt If Mr. McChesne Is t any UemocraMc candld.ite In 25 or So, ho threat of .Mr .Stanley dominated, and that Is what thi ulk 3 y whlskyXand beer supporters nmounts to when they say he could, "' ' mot bo elected, let ns sco whether or proed to be futile and empty It Is the same oM trick they are not It Is to bo feared Tho people of Kentucky remember trying to work again on tke Democrats rvery well that lu the Senatorial pri- - tins jear Hut It will fo.ol or. the d .Mr snarj' lasLsear, the samo kind of talk unthinking or4tho Ignorant threats were used against dovern-- ; Chtsnej Is undoubtedly, the strongest I'cand'datp tho Democrats can lleihham. Mr. Stanley, tho liquor for tho Senate Mien, as he Js natejir.noxrnor. , Ho" wlll.be elocted kuu iuui vnimiun.vi lui ju?ii.vfi ilu . , lijuiiu uw.u ,w ..iii iuu .u.. iaed tho sanin arHUtncnt; sn did the ,wct DemocratSInthe liquor centers. Bame liquor newspapers. .What this Just nsillcckham did last'.year.' but he argument amounted to !n effect was will more than make It up Injthe coun. that, If Beckham was nominated, the try districts anl In the mountains He Svhlskoy and beer Democrats would Is rccetvIngJthe assurance j of thou (bolt him, while If Stanley should be sands.of vtomp'eranco llcpiibllcajis and nominated he would get all of those Independents 'that .theyjwlll'- - support rvotos nnd also tbo votos of th'e I era- - him, if he Is nominated over Mr, Democrats, who would be too (row, who.ls well knowntas a wet man. honorable and too good Democrats, to It(ls no, use, for Mr.'SUnleyto argue bolt the Darty nominee after thovhad that, beciiuse the ReDubltcans will taken part In tho primary. The result i nominate, a wet candldatefor Gover-- . or mat primary snouiu be rresh in tlie nor on n wet piatrorm, tno Democrats memory of Kentucky Democrats. With ''should do tho same thing, and get into ell the power and wealth of the dlsy a race .'with tne Jtepuoiican tioicet to uiierics, the brewerios, ana tbc saloons see which can bid the highest for the back of him, Stanley was defeated by whiskey and beer votes of the state. a substantial majority. Beckham was The people of Kentucky are not going nominated and a largo majority of the to elect ns Governor of the state a liquor Democrats did bolt him in the liquor trust man, and Mr. Stanley November election. It Is necessary might as well stand aside. The eopU only to look at the returns from that know that Uinlr.phance'tojjeat the wet jsloctlon to demonstrate it. Republican candidate Is with Mr as the Democratic candidate In all of the cities and liquor centers Bftokbam ran considerably behind the He will be nomjnated and elected. Graves, Cox & Company's Mid-Summe- brsnn r - Rrp..ti Clearance Sale Offers Exceptional Saving In Te andle r .w & 'i ni iicck-Jom- o st noml-,hnn- j Mc-an- noml-andld.i- ..j Mor-jiorau- Hnrve I'oyntur, of Walnut Flat, tells its thnt tho greater portion of Ins wheat nvernRed 'JH luhels, but a imnll field 04ily measured up IB bushels to the acre. & McCHntock, of Paris, have purchased recently from Hour- bon fnrmers t,C0O hend of export cnt-tl- e nveraginK from l,3fi0 pounds to 1,600 pounds, nt price ranmiii; from' 58 to S9 per hundred iioumls. The en- tiro purchase will represent nn outlay of more than S181.000. The delivery of these piirchiivea w::t be mnilc in Au gust, ami the stock will be shipped to New York City for export. The same firm Ims made the followinp; sales of stock cnttle to Hourtion farmers. To John T. Collmo, of North Jliddletown. fifty head of 1,000-pincattlo nt $8 per hundred pounds; to W. M. Jones, of nunr North MidoMeUwn, forty-on- e Iwad of cattle nt $7.'Jf per hundred pounds; to H. T. M;ittox, of Uourhon, twentu-tw- o head of 700- UMiund cattle S7.50 per hundred, and to warren icogers, or tiourbon, clevon head of cattle nt $8 per hundted. d 775-poun- d sold R0 Hiorolijilibrctl Kentuc-- k Ved llorkshrro liojrs to K. Wood, of Paint Lick nt 8 cents n pound. Lancaster Ueeord. Suits, Straw Hats, Shirts, Neck- wear, Underwear, Trunks, Bags, Suit Cases, Etc. Parents of Boys should send for our big circular. Every line of Boys' Apparel at low reduced prices. SEND FOR CIRCULAR. BIG SAVINGS l) yXl I f flU 5V Graves, Cox & Company iNtuirottATut Lexington, Kentucky Mail Orders Promptly Filled and Charges Prepaid jt mm jKuuujta m&&xU if v WOMEN'S WOES. Stanford Women Are Finding Relief At Last. Candidates To Be Voted For Aug 7. Candidates to be voted for nt the primary election held August 1915. For Democratic Governor. . A. O. Stanley. II. M. Bosworth. Edward J. McDennott. Lieutenent Governor. 3 'Loving W.Gnines. D. Black. ! .lames Byron. W. A. Jamca P. Edwards. Secretary of State. Darksdalc Hamlett. ' G. B. Likens. I ' II. V. McChesncy. Which Side Are You On? The liquor men make a great cry about enacting laws that put them out of business. Fathers, mothers, wives and children weep over the sons, husbands, and fathers that the saloons "put of out business." ReadTho lier, which side are you quor men had the privileges and protection of our laws almost from the organization of our government. It is now hitrh time to henr the en of fthe innoc-n-t sufferers. Vote to give the people a chance to say whether or not they want statewide prohibition Louisa News. he t J W. P. Walton. Chas. D. Arnctt. Auditor of Public Account Robt. L. Green. Thos. S. Rhcu. II. H. Colyer. Treasurer. Frank P. Hager. Claude B. Terrell. , Sherman Goodpastcr. Clerk Court of Appeals Ellis E. Lawrence. Alvin Stegcr. Rodman W. Kcenon. Superintendent of Public Instruction V. O. Gilbert. John W. Rawlings. R. S. Eubank. Commissioner oV1 Agriculture. H. M. Froman. R. D. Thoiiiburg. Railroad Commisnoner. fl'ra, F. Khrir. John E. Newman. Sid T. Dwithitt. Crrcuit Judge Chas. C. Foc. Ohus. A. Hardin. Commonwealth's Attorney John Sam Owsley. Emmett Puryenr. Circuit Clerk. Jesso D. Wearen. Marshall C. Newlnnd. Republican Governor. Edwin P. Morrow. , J.att P. McLaughlin. " Lieutenent Governor. David W. Gnddie. George Oshorn. 'I. T. Proctor. ... Lcww L. Walker. Secretary of State T. P. Cole. I Chas. W. Millikin. D. E. JIcQueary. J. L. Beazley & Co., f? ? AJ ?fi $wft It does seem that women have more than a fnir f4iarc of the aches and pains that afflict humanity; they must r'keep up," must attend to duties in spile of constantly uching harks, or headaches, dizzy spells, bsaring-dow- n piiins; they must stoop over, when to stoop means torture. Thoy must walk and bend and work with racking pains and mnny aches from kidney iris. Keeping the kidney- - well hns spared thousands of women much misery. Read of a remedy for kidneys nly that is endorsed hy people in this locality. Mrs. A Camden, Preachersville,, Ky. says: I suffered intensely from kidney complaint. When I stooped, I could hardly straighten. Dark spots oiten noateu ticiore my oyes and my head pained mc until I was crazy. A neighbor told me about Doan's y PiHs and got a box. They helped me from the first and I nm now- free from kidney complaint." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply nsk for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Camden had. Foster-Milbur59-l- t. Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. Kid-nne1 n Try The Dain Sweep Rake For Handling Hay Easy. Can Move Without Loading on Wagon. ROUT & MARTIN, Concrete Engineers, STANFORD, KY. E.T. PENCE, Stanford, Ky. Estimates on All Classes of Work. Block Work A Specialty. CRUSHED STONE For Sale At AH Times. has. UNDERTAKER AND EM0ALMEF Ruqs. FurniFurniture inat-Ing- , ture Exclianied'for all Kinds Of Stock. PHONE 42 STANFORD. KY going is a true and correct list cl persons to be voted for at the primary election to be held on the 7th day of August, 1015. Witness my hnnd as clcik of the Lincoln county court, thi-- . Ifilli iliiv of July, 1915. " G. B. COOPER, leik. D. -- OF Arnett ialiMffla w-1 1 jj0Mzrizl rrmsxz mvr . Visit -a -- w Sard's1 'l 'tYl JL- L- ,.. I J lilt m r- - l Morgan County --".k- m tti Don't miss the wondorful opportunity for educational and pleasure travel afforded by the Panama-Pacifi- c Exposition Exposition Ns Dlrl. No lour as 7 San Francisco w Panama-Californi- a lint S. Cohn. UMm l"- ' '!M San Diego Tickets are on sale every day at th. A itormprosf ruul building. Eipasur. In.ip.n.I,.. M.V. th. roof lUt v.ill (re you (font FIRBPROOF all icpalr Ar U.1..J .po, .bJ ll ol as Sale Af Very Low Excursion Fares via WILL STONE, Stanford, Ky. Southern Railway of the South Fur full information, see Ticket A;cni, Southern Railway 'or write U H.Todd, DiMrkt Passenger Ayent, Southern Kartway, Loui.vMIc, Ky. INSURE , Your Property in the .itirH7 I ..Am THE GRAY ENGINE The Best Gasoline Engine Made. Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with SALIN & SMITH, Agents Stanford, Kentucky ffi'l itmpwr "jr. , Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made his name famous all over the United States and Canada. Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. Fursley's Indian Ilribstj Days' Treatment, Dakota Jsk'stow boy Liniment Dakota Jack's CicmeSoap. Price J 0c, 3 bars $IOO 25c 25c Handy For Farm Use And Simplicity Itself. Call and See It. : clP I J. lit "ire Auditor of Public Accounts Jiuiies II. Ashlock. J. M. Porkins. Edward A. Weber. Ray,. Wilhoit. Treasurer. Vm. A. Hunter. Robert L. lloore. James A. Wallace. Clerk Court of Appeals. Eurl C. Huntsman. . I 3. L. McCoy. & J). McGmte. Commissioner Agriculture. fi J WIIMivm. G. Hanna. t Miit J Piituirk. f Jeff PriiNr. .Tamti8 W. Cqx. Jais. P. Lewis. rZ k jjj,1 ONE- mj. Democratic Candidate - FOR l)fi0P or BOURBON Secretary of State I wish I could meet every Domocrat In Kentucky before tbo August Primary. I will, That is impossible. therefore, aBk you to voto for mo Au gust 7, In tho Primary, and again November 2, in tho general election. Then come to seo mo in tho Secretary of State's OlMco at Prankfort. Hy my faithful services 1 will make you glad jou nominated and elocted me to that important office. My record ns a Democratic Senator from tho 31th District (Morgan, Wolfe, Breathitt and Ownloy counties) is approved by my people-. H fe aBBHBBBBaBsMI HB iJH J&C siSsssW. Warner & Bower, Stanford, Ky. j I I DAKOTA JACK The Nmthwtslccn Caviboy PUItStXY'VwDIANHDtBS All on balk at Shuyars' Druu Store, Stanford, Ky. DkoU Jack's Home Address: Atlanta, Ga., i I ' 2 I I. i POULTRY GURE Mkaekt., fS&i&Mt dawn tho throat ol a gaplne chicken, destroys the worms and fcuves tlie.ii'ilclt's life A (cw drops In the drinklce watir euros and &eJjmd ofthe SKy fisSS SHXA1C -- " l!fM'h,'r '!( STcC jskl r,wHUfK Syg vm ..sstfi FffsgSsssC ,J ! 8. 'I- - 'I' fffi?r 'X.Wi -- 1 -- rr? rf.VJJ , 5lj!? - .. . --W- -- X&l&lJ-A .. - . V j.fA"&?J ,MW'TrawtgMi WwtwiutmagaaBtvvu' rmMaustmamcnam PR12V12NT BOURBON POULTRY Stute of KiHitucLv. County of Lincoln, Set. 1, G. H. Coper, clerk of Lincoln 'county co irt. do certify that the fore- - W.ttajikln. Tortlie treatment ul Whfte IUutrhocalnchlcVs and lllucUiead and othr disrates la tutLus CURE HAS NO EQUAL 1 DISUASE A Car of Lehigh WAY up in the mountains of Western North Carolina are the beautiful and attractive resorts of Asht'ville, Black Mountain, HeRdcrgonville, Brevard, Lake Toxaway, Saluda, Waynesville, (Lalce Junalusku), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend your vacation at one of thcoc cool and delightful places or at Tate Spring, Tersn. Round trip Excursion tickets arc on sale dolly, good until October 3 1st, via Jusf Arrived e. One 30c hot tie makes J uallunvof medicine MwinmrtvrtrmjatJt mm nm arsjj at Sanders JULY 14th, 1915 ASK ABOUT THE RUBY BALL BEARING SEWING MACHINE, TO BE GIVEN AWAY, AUGUST 2nd. SPECIAL PRICES ON REMNANT Be sure to find my name on the Primary Ballot. Then it will be easy to mark it like this: Wc have just unloaded a car of Lehigh Portland Cement at our warehouse. If yeu urc in the market for cement this is a chance you cannot afford to overlook. Lehigh is a cement which tftves you the best value, for tt is ground to such a fineness that it makes the strongest cone-et- 'JUPORTLTYND 11CEMENT For Secretary of State ALL PRODUCE. t t t t t t i Chas. D. Arnett x SOUTKERN XiAILWAY of the SouthI has been used on many of the largest municipal and paving contracts throughout the country a good testoflts reliability. It will give you the best satisfaction in your concrete work. Come in and let us figure on your requirements. FOR SALE BY J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. - j L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. allowed ot all point3. Throe cpecwl Lov Rate Excursions will be run during tits Burr.ir.er. Ask for details. Stop-over- s () '.tr Its looks like Leo Prank is going to get well. l'or full Information seo Ticket Agent. Southern Railway, or writa B. H. Todd, Dittrict Puwcngor Agent. LojUvilju, Kentucky. 1 V S i i . , - - M v,ii,.ijkJfJ.