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Lancat-ttr'- I The Interior Journal No. 60 Tali Papar Steaa Wbm Ta Thaw li aa Watek ta Data Oa labtt aaa Seaaw Yocr Saaacriat'ea Pronatl. Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, July 27, 1915. Mr. McChemey's Addrett Enjoyed. A large and appreciative audmnce grootcd tho Hon. II. V. Mcf'i-ncat Crab Orchard Thursday night. A stage was erected for tho speaker in tho vacant lot adjoining Lyno Hro.' drug store anil besides thi t.'io grciit crowd ll'ronri'i tho dro' on nctl .:o Mini rice Perkins in a most pleasing mnnnor notified the crowd thnt Mr. SkiUs, casheir of the Crab Orchard Ranking Co., would introduce the speuker nml Mr. Skiles ramc forward nnd In ii few brief remarks stated thnt he and McChesnr;. nnd long been friends nnd that no better Christian, no better neighbor, no better Democrat even lived, nnd thnt hi election would stand for nil thnt goes to make Tuesdays and Fridays EYE KNOCKED OUT. Mother Wipes Ball Off Son's Cheek, Not Knowlnsr What It Wat A very bad accident hnppcned nt tho home of Mr. J. J. Fnlconbcrry seven-year-ol- Mr. nnd Mm. Pence See California. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS Relieving the frlcmTs would liko to i henr of Mr. and Mrs. Happening! In and Around ft. T. l'cnco'a What's Going On In This Great Huttllng Capital. tinvola In Cnlifomia, oven though 1 Country of Ourt. am n llttlo Into In writing, I will-teA movement I on foot to establish Miss I.illlnn Cochran In nt homo you of some of tho trips they have nn electric light p!ol nt Junction lifter n plcnant vb to Lexington token. ll LANCASTER LORE. JUDGE BAILEY IN WEST Sendi Mil Letter To Regards To Friend In I. J. From California Mr. and Mm. Arthur Tudor nro re- when rested Mr. I'enco took n deep ceiving much sympathy wncc the kpii fishing trip. Ready nt six o'clock, ho climbed on the boat with ton other one death ofv.,.,... of their twin liable. W.miU nf I.cxinetnn. men about his age. They went out mi..- and MIiw Juno Hell, of Nlcholiuvillo, about seventy mile. When the party nrc the guest of Minn Matlle Adam. arrived lit tho evening they liiul for-mraught nhout four hundred pound. Miss Olllo Donn, of Warsaw, a tencher of the I.unriister Graded- Lucky to sHy none wore Mr. nnd Mrs. I'enro started out School In the guest of Mrs. Wm. LnwFirst tlloy took in ti. nml visited lluchc'a Sunken Mr. Puyne, who U soliciting for Snyro College at Lexington, liaa heen Gardens which were beautiful sight Sojourning in l.niientr for some to behold, Next morning leaving Los Angeles days part. Mia Snlllo Tillclt nccompained her by nuto and ns the ronds were paved niece, Mr. Luther Foley to her home nil the way they hnil a fine trip PassIn Lexington and will be her guest ing through Ijilinhru Valley to Urea. I. nb nbra valley is considered about for two week. Mr. Green Lyon, Mrs. -- .yon nml lit- one of tho most productive valleys in tle son, of Frankfort, motored to tho stute of California in tho wny of oats, barley and citrons fruits. Uncoxtor for a visit to Mr. Lyon At Whitter, another town thoy parents, Mr. and Mm. G. M. Lyon. Mis Margaret Cook gave n hoy passed through, Is nn Alligator pear ride to the Juvenile s.l in compliment tree which is insured for $.'1,500 nnd to her guest, Miss Hope Gardner, of liroducos u crop which is sold for $.'1,500. Also nt Whitter Is the great Louisville. y ng Lefflngwell ranch six bunThe Gnrrnnl County Medical Kcngnr-Iadled acre of onnges, lemons and hold a meeting nt hotel the wdiiVi 'cing from Some Interesting imperii were walnuts, two hundred dollars to one thousand prepared and rend ly the M. dollars an ncro. 'Ilo-- have Mcir own present. Mr. James A. Royston wns hostess parking ,mno nnd hous.i for th.t nt a most elaborate cenrse dinner nt heit). Urea Is nu oil town, Inid out three her homo in Hill Court, the honor guests, helm; Mesdnmc Samuel Mil- years ago. It has about one thousnnd Wm. inhnbitant nml Mr. ami ono hundred nnd ler, of Knoxvillc, eighty-si- x nil wells, producing from Bogle, of New Orleans. Walter Arnold, a yoitnsr farmer of four hundred to two thourand, this county and Me Kiln T.co llngnn hundred barrels of oil every twenty-fou- r hours. Coming tb"y saw n surprised many of their friend hy going to Dnnvillo and being nnited California ranch. 'They expected to like those in Tcxi, but they in marriage. Rev. II. C. Garrison of see one 'atifornia house fainted. Mm. li. K. Swepo, living saw; two acres with near Brynntsrille cntcrtnincd the bri- on it and iruit trees around it. Mr. und Mrs. Pence and a few dal pnrtf nt n court? dinner. Ilnvom Ford, one of the rural others went to San Deigo trf see tho route carriers of this city. wn win fair. They went down by boiK. nnd nhout ready to tirke hi departure, had n fine trip. You mny nsk them left his home for a little while in the about coming back. 'Ilia, buildings uud alley nenr the PresbytotMn church. ground nrc beautiful. Most of the It became frightened noil ran inln people sn-- that tho grounds at SaiT ono of the wimlowa of Senlu's barber Dciga surpass those at Kan Frnncisco. idiop nml completely demolished IL They ilso took tho Pornt ,omn trip. stocke Next thing was tho Malison Trip, n V. A Lear, the man of Ijincnstcr, exported a ear hundred miles fur n hundred cents. load of hoc from that place to Hub- Riding sixty miles along'the roast nnd bard, Hum anil Rngsdalo nt Cincinna- visiting tc beirches. They were perti on the trth; there wero 00 head fectly delighted with this tria. Ijitcr tkey wnt to 1'er.r Hrown ana" in the consignment, their average being 226 pounds and hnvlng cost Mr. Curry, Hie two evangelists vno ree I.enr from $7 to $7.0 per hundred. holding pnmp meeting nt Huntimrton milos from Mr. Lear nUo shipped it double dockor Mieach. about twenty-fiv- o of lambs from Ijincnstcr to Jersey Ixing Kench. I will leavo the rest for Mr and City the first of thw imst week: the young wool bearers averaged 7f Mas. Pence to tell when they itrrivr at ELIZAllKTII SKWKLL, pounds and cost around $7,115 per Stanford. hundred and a car load of mixed Long Iiench, Cal. btock to Cincinnati on SatMrdny; the Stto-Viid- c consignment consisted of ho:n and In Kanmt rattle and went to HubUird, Hnus prohibRoin Ho'o'a what state-wid- e and Ragsdnlc. according; to Pope & Robinson, Garrard stock has done for ofKansasstate: shippers, exported a car of mixed Gov. Copper, of that Prohibition, the an"As a result stock Inst Tuesday to Greun, Embry nual expenditure for liquor has been &. Company hi the Queen City; there S21 per capita, tho reduced were GO, hend of swine that tipped average Infrom United Status, to.l."H the scales nt the fine average of 2 it) 1ft Kansas; tho Illiteracy among Kansas pounds, nnd cost him seven and er son-sicsight-seeinI'aa-nde- nn So-ilecnn-.inin. friend. Several days after arriving nnd Clly. The President hn appointed William A. Ward postmnster at Paints-vlll- c. " for i.-ir- wiilc-wnk- throo-ciuart- cr cents per pound; there were hcjen head of rattlo in the Kttpmcnt. This firm also shipped a car load of mixed stock to n Cincinnati Company Thero were til! head of host in the lot. the porker showing nn average weight of 175 pounds nnd having been bought up at $7.25 per Hundred; there were also 15 head of cattle in the consignment. Of the half a huiuhed yearlings bought by Tope & Robinson in (.etcher county about n week ago, the greater numtier have already been sold. W. (5. Anderson taking a liuarh Jhnt nveraired 45(1 pounds nl $!10 jier head nnd J. C. Cricillis, purchasing ten that weighed the same at $27.50 per head. Stanley' Slatr Announced. The Henderson (.leaner, the personal organ of Mr. A. O. Stanley in the hitter's campaign for the demofor Governor, cratic nomination prints nn authorized interview from Mr. Stanley In the course of which Mr. Stanley indicates tlvo candidates for Stnto offices he is opposing ns those he favor. AH through Mr. Stanley's statement and the comments of the Gleaner runs a strain of unsurpassed bitterness against nnd the Democratic leaders In Loulsvillle. "Every lluschemcyer enndidste in Louisville should bo dennd the feated" says the conspiracy on the part of Stanley nnd his friends to destroy the Demo-crupartv In Louisville is made clear, Mr. Stanley himself makes nn appeal for votes for Jnmes 1'. for Ltcutennnt Gover.ur, who, ho says, t trying to carry Louisville for him (Stanley) ami against Mr. McDermott. Ho also asks support for Robert Greene for Auditor against r Thomas Rhen, und Sherman for Treasurer against Claude Terrell. Groono nml Goodpnster, who are candidates for ofve ;tiat would gvo them fonts on thw Stnto Hoard of Assessment. Stanley says: "are my friends and will ussisti me in way." Russellville News Democrat. Good-paste- people has been reduced to two percent the lowest in tho United StMes thero are 48 counties which did not uud n prisoner to the penitentiary nnd 87 counties that did not send an last insane patient to the year, more than a dozen Kansas counties hnvu not called n jury in ten yunrs to try u criminal case; 53 counties were without prisoners in their jails; 28 counties wero without pauper in their almshouses; the Kansas death rate s the lowest in the world for each 1,000 fovon and one-hathere are more students in the Kansas colleges and universities in proportion to population than any other State in t he L'iron; the bank deposits in ten years have increased from $10,000,000 to more than $200,000,000. Kansas with a population of 1,750.000, has ns much wealth ns Chirngo with a population of and the per cupilu wealth of Knouts is tho greatest of any State in the Union approximately $1,700 for every uxin, woman nnd child in tho State. If the people of Kentucky are given an opportunity to vote on this Slate-wid- e Prohibition question the Governor of this Stnto will be saying something similar about old Kentucky in ten or twelve years from now. Why stay at the foot of the list intellectually nnd nt Uie top of the list In unadulterated IVlt works liquor traffic? Richmond Climax. lf per-Min- a; ev-e- ry Hollls, "U It n girl?" naked Fluke Keyes, Okla., rejoicing over the ed his home. that t he stork had visit- "No, It's girls; ono, two .three, four of them," wis the rody. Ami finally it dawned upon him that ho hud been presented with four weighing six daughters healthy pounds each. Ilendache and Nervoutnrtt Cured. "Chamberlain's Tablets are entitled to all the prnlio 1 can give thorn," writes Mrs, Richard Olp, Sponceport. N. Y. They hr.vo cured mo of hod-nchnnd nervousness and restored me to my normal health." For salo by till dealers. o Stubbed Frank From Fear of Mob. William Creen, tho convict, who stubbed Leo M. Frn; m the prison nt Millcdgovllle, Gn., told Gov. Harris ho ilid it because he feared tho prison would be attacked hy c mob bent on lynclMng Frank. Tho Governor enme with a committee of tho .egsluture to investigate prison conditions and get Croon's statement. Creen said ho alone, planned tho attack several days before it took place. He said tho knife he used was not the one he used whun killing hogs us had been reported, hut that he had stolen the weapon from tho kitchen Friday boforo file attack and hid it In !us bunk. "I felt that us long us ho (Frank) was hero, thero was danger of tho prison being attacked," wild Creen. "I was afraid tho guards and people making the attack would shoot nt each other and tho people bo killed, so I cntno to tho conclusion Hint it was my duty to save the people from danger to which Frank's presence exposed them. So-- 1 decided to kill him. Currd of Indigeition. Mrs. Snlllo P. Clnwson, Indinnn, Ph., was bothered with indigostion. "My stomach pained mo night and day," sh writes. "I would feel bloated and have headache mid belching I uWso after eating. Justice Ford, in the New York Supremo Court, after hearing W. for Cockrnn. appearing Hourko Lieut. Decker, and District Attorney Perkins, In opposition, reserved his tho execution decision, nnd hud postponed from Wednesday to Frl-du- suffered from had used Chnmbetlnin's Tablets and they did her sk much good that shu gnvo mo u few doses of them and insisted upon my trying them. They helped mo ns nothing else has done." For sale by nil dealers. n. My daughter Relief. "When I sing I get tears in my this?" Relief plans have been launched eyes. What cun Iindo for cars." Chiyour "Stuff cotton for tho destitute minors n tho cago Tribune. Southern Ohio coal fields. y. Marion county. The Confederate pension roll now totals 2,o:i5, representing an expenditure of $2!,.150 n month. Tho Stnto Kentucky n better state, with fewer is paying $.151,200 annually for pen- evils to ruin our boys und girls. sions. Mr. McChesncy then enme forward An oil gusher in Scott county, Tennessee, of an estimated daily capacity nnd in nn easy grnccful manner dein excess of SOU barrels, has been livered one of the finest addresses rapped pending the installation of the ever heard in our little city. He touched upon the evils whisky caused, necessnry tiinkngc. Hen Downey, of Paris, who was explained how by gcttng rid of this hurt in an automobile accident Sat- evil, our stnto would aenjoy n greater urday, Is thought to be out of dan- prosperity, our boys nd girls would ger. It wus nt first thought that his bo .saved. lie took up every nrgument the whisky men put forward nnd tore wounds would prove fatal. hnglnml will employ counsel to de- it in threads, ahowc"" Hint no man fend its citirens Indicted In San had nny right to make whisky, it was Francisco on the charge of violating only a privilege granted by the people nnd the people hnd the right to United States neutrality laws by recruits for the rnglish withdraw this privilege nt any time they saw fit ami we feel that our dear army. Gen. Cnrranzn issued n statement old Commonwealth sees by this time saying that the Villa army near Mex- thnt this privilege has been ruthlessly ico City was seeking to avoid a fight, abused and it will nriso and assert Its hut was being pursued hy Gen Gon- power to crush this terrible evil nnd prohibition will be tho iszalez, who Is in control of tho rail- state-wid- e sue in 1917, From tho many who voroad line. luntarily plcdgud their supp.rt we bePhillip Chinn. scentccn-yenr-ol- d son of George P. Chinn, of Mercer lieve that this whole scition stands Mrs. Hettie A. county, grandson of Col. Jack Chinn, firm for McChesncy. and in Lexington, proved Huchnnnn. himself a hero, deserving of n CarneH gie medid. when he plunged Into KenGreat Army For Studentt. tucky rivur nt Mundny's Landing ami The minual report of the Commisrescued ViHic Horn, n tewelve year-ol- d sioner of Education of tho United boy, from drowning. States gives some interesting figures Inst night 81 Y bodies had nncnt the number of ncrsons enrolled been recovered from the steamer in educational institutions in the Kastland and tha list of missing Unkcd States In 1914. It shows thnt cheikeJ by the Western Electric Co., in round numbers thero vrcro 22,000,. brnusaht the loss of life to over 1,200. 000 such persons, or a little more Plans for the probes which nro to than one fifth of the entire populn tien of the country, nnslng this popu ,be made into the cause of the accident were completed last night nnd Mtion at 100,000,000. Of these stu the Coroner's inquest will be started dents over 19,000,000 were in eletoday at Chicago. Secretary Kodficld mentary schools, 1,374,000 in sec- is uxpected in Clue-ag- o shortly to ontwry schools, botli public nnd nn take personal charge of tho Federal vote, und 210,000 In colleges and universities. Close to nnothcr 100,-00- 0 investigation. were in normal sokeols preparMiss Mabel Honrdman announces ing to be (17,000 that the American Red Cross vulll prfessionnl teachers, and the were in schools withdrnw on October 1 from the bat- der were scnttored through remain other tlefields of Kurope with the pnobable types or institutions. Tho Mfeeptton of Helgium, where two this educational army teachers for numbered units will bo maintained. Lack of 700,000, of whom 5CC.080 were in funds is given ns the cause, the gen- public point of eral fund of over a million und n grow'th schools. In high school rapid still half dollars contributed for the pur- presents the publicimprcssivo the most figures; Tho pose being nearly exhausted. the Serbian Sanitary Commission, which overenrollment for 1914 is grenter by 8 1.000 than for the vear boforo. is supported by a special fund, will The cost of education for the past continuo Its work. vear, ns estimated ty the bureau, was $750,000,000. FLATWOODS. ' Miss Lonu Denny. still continues An Important Office. ill. Judge John E. Newman, of Riblc rending at FIntwoods is proBardstown, who is seeking tho Demgressing nicely. Mr. Kd. Thompson has gone to ocratic nomination for Railroad Commissioner in this District, has made Crawfordsrillc, Ind. Miss Permelia Elder visited Miss a very unique nnd systematic campaign. He has vsited practically Ilcatrirc Reynolds Wednesday. every town, village and crossroad Mrs Hlla Menefee was the guest of store in tho District, and the voters Miss Geneva Hrown Saturday. Miss Alio Thompson was the guest have been deeply impressed with his demeanor, and his splendid qualificaof Miss Permelia Hdcr Saturday. The little daughter of G. M.Elder tions to meet and discharge the duties of this important office. In addition bus been quite ill for trie past week. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hrown visited to this personnl visitation, he has written a letter to practically every Mr. and Mrs. Will Hrown Saturday. Master Joseph L. Jones visited his a beroming grandfather, John .lifer Saturday qualifications and modest wny, his for this office; and there night. Miss Agnes Poyntcr of Livingson, is evcrv reason to believe that when is here with her aunt, Mrs. Gala tho polls close oh Saturday the 7th day of August, he will show n handOwens. Mrs. Myrtle Harness and children some majority over both his oppovisited her mother, Mrs. Mary Hrown nents. The people of the Stnte have reason to congratulate themselves in Sumluy. Mr. Walter Hrown is the guest of his prospective victory, for it is quite his sister-in-lalirs. Nannie Craig certain that no man tias ever held the nfllco of Railroad Commissioner at Spiro. Miss Permelia Klder was the guest in this Stnte, who possessed qualifiof Miss Hessie Adams nenr Ottawa cations superior to those of Judge Newman. It. Sunday. Mr. Willie Cummins and son, of Met-eu- lf Thaw' Detroit, Mich., nro visiting C. C. this week. Th'm U the wny the Philadelphia Mr. and .Mrs. Alfro.t Hrown were Public Ledger mentions the return of the guests of Mrs. Walter Hrown Hurry Thaw to his home in Pittsburg Saturday night. after n long nbsence, which was not Messrs. Morris Ilrewn nnd Hubert altogether because of his liking: "Tho Plnyforth are in Gnrrnnl county at grent man returned to nis native city work this week. after an absence of nine years. Ten Mr. John Elder and children at- thousand peonle turned out to greet tended Hiblo reading at Providence him, crying 'Welcome home.' Most of Sunday afternoon. them wore women nnd young girls. Mrs. Nnncy J. Reynolds, of East No president ever reeved such u reSt. Louis, HI., is with her ception. A hundred automobiles, fillMrs. Walter Jjrown. ed with crazed enthusiasts, raced af.Mrs. Wilmot Hrown and Mrs. K ter his, and when his home wns reachrene Hrown, of Lancaster, were the ed the cheering mob surged over tho guests of Mrs. John Elder Monday. His nicture was taken hundreds Agnes Poyntcr, Ilcrthn lawn. Misses of times. Who wns he? A great artScott, Mamie Towery and L. W. Lov-e- ll ist? A great general? A great invenOwens visited at John Elder's Sun- tor? A great poet? No, ho was 's day. favorite murderer." Save Heifer Cnlves. Help Save Millions. There has always been n shortnge Hog cholern coused u loss of about good cows, nnd present indications of nre that there always will be, or at $2,000,000 in Kentucky last year. h of the outleast for n long time to come. Farmers as a rule arc more particular in breaks were curried from farm to regard to the grudo of cows they farm onthe shoes of man. To prevent keep than they were years ago, nnd His loss farmers In every community Clenn and disinfect they havo to bo If a profit is to bo de- must your hog houses. Scatter slacked limo rived over reed nnd labor. And especially so since we have nhout the hog houso anil lot. Stay to compete with more foreign dairy away from infected stock vards anil products. These were considered only farms. Quarantine new stock. Provide trifling things a few years ago, but clean, dry quarters for hogs. Keep today the situation is changing and internal nml extroual parasites uway requires u great icul irf thought. from the hogs. Feed balanced rations. Many dairyman have discontinued Inspect your herd every day. Anti-ho- g cholera clubs will bo organized in raiting their own cows on account of selling tholr milk, lio others have every county where sufficient luter-ois manifest. vonled their hoifer calves on account of tho steady demand nnd high prices Mr. Purycar Hat Appidicitl(. puid for venl. Those r.uts in time crouted n shortage of cows, and the His friends here and elsewhere will prices created a shoituge of cows, learn with rogret that Commonund the prieea wont higher nnd high- wealth's Attorney K. V. Puryeur it er, especially Is this true of unprofit- ill at hi. home in Danville of appenable prodNiIng cows. What most dicitis. He is said to be a very sick farmers are In need of is u better man. It Is particularly unfortunate grade of cows than cun bo bought out for him thnt his illness should come in tho open market. With some caro nt the time it does tho wind-uof In the breeding und choosing of the n hot campaign against our county, heifer calves, und of course proper man, Judge John Snm Owaley for care nnd feeding in devr.oping tho Commonwealth's Attorney. calves to maturity, thero is no question but that a batter grade of cows Thetus W. Sims, Congrcm can bo raised than. can ho obtained by from Tennessee, has announced many other methods. Fnrm Life, the Senate in opposition to Luke Le . well-know- n -"1 -- -' Nnhin Meadows in Russell county was held without bail. Mrs. Laura Roy .tfcr.Hllan, I ilend nt Lebanon. She boro tho distinction of being the wealthiest woman in Joto Whittle, for the murder of The I. J. hns received j letter frou, County Judge James P. Rallcy, who is now at Oiovllle, California, v'Mt ing hi daughter, .Mrs. II. D, Greic y, and Inking in the San Frnncisco Exposition, 'tin' Jadgc Is having n nig time ail'' enjoying himself a the following lot'cr ."i' Indicate- - jf rnthcr "tough" and "speedy" for one "old nnd feeble." 1 learned from a gentleman in whom 1 have always had a great deal of confidence thnt t he "Commonwealth" nnd the Sheriff nrc Inclined to spend too much m..ncy since I left, considering the sage advice I gave them about keeping expenses down. I wns very much surprised to hear " that was following suit nnd wns becoming a spend-thriof the people's money. I hnd imagined ho would take caro of Mrs. Manuel and "Others" in rny absence. Tho business mnn on tho corner of Depot street nnd Main Inquired ns to who I was keeping compnny with, und I shall enlighten him by saying "with all nations." Wns down nt tho Feather River Itnthinir Reach the other day and just as I was donning my bnthing-sul- t, very much to my surprise I saw u big six foot one jump so I whispered ofr the ulving-bonto my little suit, "You don't get wet today." And to tha handsome Secretary of "II" who gave me his tfsscritation on his cat, dog, nnd oaoy rout the bayk always came la it) 1 aliall say that I feel verv ernti?ful for "Ibpm 'kind words expressing the sentiments of nn "outsider." Every little bit helps. And to the frieml who wished me perpetual sunshine will say there has not been a drop of rain since my arrival, all flowers and sunshine. Just n word to my frieml of the Drug-Stor"Tell the girls just to be patient nnd I will soon return and you won't have to go: a senrch warrant either. Thank you kindly for offering to dclirer nny "newis" for me but so far I havo been able tc my own "newsing." Last, but not least comes my antebellum pal nnd I want to ndviso him to seriously consider eoming to Cal- juriiiii ami grow young as l am doing. Am grieved to learn tiiat Hell hK broke loose In Georgia and I fear that I will have to soon go homo to our city so that peace will again reign supreme. .Very.Skncerelv. JAS. P. RAILEY. P. S. Rest wishes to the centlcman who is happiest when walking the streets with his hands behind him. so "Er-Uerft nl e. me individunlly and -- .included this would bo tho best method of writing to you collectively. T ,jnve nhout the some to sny to each of you any wny, first, thinking you for your thought-fulnes- s in writing to mo and second, thnt this Is a pretty good country, but the ordeal of receiving lottcrs from Denr Frionds: I hnvo decided to spare you On.vllle' Cal, July 20, 1915. Reunion Of Flih Family. Crab Orchard. July 24th. Quite nn cnjoyahlo nffalr wns had todny at tho famous bulphur Well nenr tho depot at t his place. It was n reunion of the Fish fnmily. The only feature of the gathering that wns just not what it might hnvo been wns iwdy a part of the family was present. Tho occnslon of the reunion win the picsence of Mr. Statk I. Fish from Oklahoma f ity. While there has been lnrgor reunions in this county, yet thi ono for honorable men and pretty women has been equaled by few nnd unsurpassed by none. There was dinner on tho ground fit for n king. It wns n feast of brotherly love. Each individual seemed to try to make every one feel happy. The oldest wem'oer of tho family was Mrs. Martha E. Fish, of Crab Orchard, who is 70 years old, in good health, and one of the finest looking women in the county. She Is the mother of 12 children, ten of whom nrc living. She hns 38 living grandchildren and II and nieces, nephews, dnughter-ln-nw- s nml until you cannot rest. Of Mrs. hish's children present were; Mrs. J. G. Carpenter, of Stanford; Mr. S. I. Fish, of Oklahoma City; Mr. Ivan W. Fish, Crab Orchard; Mrs. W. C. Pettus, Crab Orchard; Mrs. W. D. Nwland, Crab Orchard, Mrs. Dexter llallou. Crab Orchnrd. Grandchildren nnd other relntives present wore: Miss Jose phine Cnrpcntcr, Stanford; Mr and Mrs. W. It. Smith, Forth Smith, Ark.; Miss Elizabeth Newlnnd, Crnb Orchard; Miss Joan Haltou, Stanford; Leonard Dexter Hallou, .Stanford; Mr. Montez Fish, Edwin Newlnnd, Leo Newlnnd, Guy Newlnnd, Miss Sarah Pettus, William Pettus, Clara Doty Fish, Henry Shelby Fish, alary Margaret Fish, of Crab Orchard; vminm uninennrt, Louisville; .Mrs, T J. Stallings, Fishomlnce. Olkn.: . ... '. i.eaveu Kuoert bmitn, forth Smith, Ark.; Wm. Randolph Smith, Forth smith, Ark.; Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Franois, Mft Allie Arnold, Miss Mary Arnold, Lancaster; Mrs. Mildson-in-In- Duncan, Kr, July 26. ... ... red Logan, RrynntsvHie Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Lcnvell, tramp Nelson; Mr. Jas. B. LcaveW. BrantsriIIo;Mr. W. D. Newland, Crnb Orchard. A Friend. Sett Fire To Jail. Mltlnril Arnnlil ll'tm (nri-A.l.a- iVtn Skeggs Creek locality of Rockcastle ior inrce uays some two months ago, fired the jail tcilrng at Mt. Vernon with the intention of making his escape wltn other prison ers wncn me jailer came to open the door. Thi fir nml mndo in, tionrlu'n.r before being discovcrod. The Sheriff aim oiner oiticers nrrnvoil before the almost smothered ntjoners were taken out. It required two hours to put oui me nre. Arnold was taken to tho London jail on tho midnight train. White chained to unotcTier prisoner, uwaitinir tho train nt iha ,1onnt tin attacked and choked Robert r and would probably have killed him had not Smith, n companion, knocked iriioiu uown witn n revolver, cutting a big gnsh in his head. Col. Homo-Comin- grand-daughte- r. Pitts-burgh- one-fourt- high-price- d st p Walton's Candidacy Meeting With Approval. Col. W. P. Walton, Lexington's aggressive candidate for the Democratic nomination for Secretary of State, returned yesterday from n week's campaigning through the First and Second congressional districts in Western Kentucky. Col. Walton savs ho had a triumphal lour wherever he went nnd that judging from the enthusiastic reception . -- onled him his Danville Fair Lott Money. candidacy is meeting with tho heartv Tho Danville fnir had a magnifiapproval of tho voters of Uiat section cent show of stock hut the crowds ot fho State Lexington Leader. were so small that the association lost u small nmodnt of ir.teny. Busy Arretted Under Act. country poop'e Ami tint Mxrcity of Dr. J. A. Phillips, wno conducts t money probably lnd fore to drug store nt High Hridge, wns nr- - the loss than anything else.do with Tho W rn.it.iil nf llin Inulnn- -. nf n backward reanon nlso might have Cruig. of this city, V. S. Den'uty'un- cut u figure. uer uie net. ino doc- tnt- - !r rlinnrml Vl'ttlt fnilliw. In lm... .. Hon. Jack Harding Dead. proper record of tho sale of narcotics. .. ...... i rpi.i.. i.. ,i.A- -. .i Hon. Jack Harding, a prominent .in.-- , in mi.- mat. iinusi inmie in mis fieflfnn nf Tpnl lll'l.' uml diiiiii: (tll.- - citieu of enmn n..f and u bro..... ... ........v.. ..j icty us to the outcome of it is felt. ther of Hon. Robert Hnrding, of is dead after u protracted illinu inni wm no neiore lommissiotl-o- r ness. Ho wus 73 years old and is surut Danville tomorrow. vive! by his wife nnd two daughters. Jamet P. Edwardt to Speak Here. He n!eo leaves a sister, Mrs. James II. Gentry, of Hoyle. Announcement is mnde in our space that Hon. Jnmes P. Edwards will sneak nt tlu cnnrf. Built Nice Home. Imuso ill Stiwiford nt 7:.'K) next Sat Shelby Burgo, wlio Dought u porurday night, .luly 31. .Mr. Edwards tion of tho John Sum Owsley farm at is a candidate for (lie doinnernli,. from B. D. Holtzcluw, Walnut nomination for lieutenant governor, hug built Flat home on the place and a nice is a democrat of the purest ray serone moved into it. R. M. Newlnnd, who and a fine spcukct.. A good audiwent through the lunie tells us that ence uill likely hear him hero. it is a marvel of convenience and comfort. Beit Diarrhoea Remedy. von Iihvm over Hind Plmmlm.. If Better Than Life luturancn. lain's Colio, Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Twenty-fiv- e routs iuvoated in a Rnmmlv voti Immv flint It n un...id Snm F. Guin, Whatloy, Am., writes, "I bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nun moHaies ami got caught out in tho and Diarrhoea Remedy will enable' rtlLll. mill .w . w..w.. In inv D.utllUVII (till, you to protect your family from any .. .. ...... It Sitttliut ... ...J Mtrimiinli .....I bowels. I hail an nwful time, and hud serious consequences resulting from u not neon ior uniiinueriuln'a Colic, tin attack of colic or diarrhoea during Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I tho summer months. Is that not better ioul'1 not possibly hnvo lived but n than life insuranvo? Buy it now. It few hours longor. but thanks to this may save life. For sale by ullvileulers. icmedv. am now well and strong." Ice Cream Supper At Mt. Xenia Fcr.snlu by all dealers. Thero will bo un ice cream supper SOCIAL CALENDAR. at Mt. Xcntu school house Saturday July JK. Tennis Party given by evening. July 1st. beginning ut 7 'v- Liatti HolUclaw and Elizuhoth o'clock. The people of Stanford uro Sua and Meaars. Welch Rochester extended a special invitation. Price t Haircy Reinlmrt, at 1:00 o'clock. of admission 25 cents. anti-narcotAnti-Narcotniut-mircoift- Making Good County Judge. C. Hays Foster, who is acting county judge in the n'orsnee of Judge Ballots for the Augutt Primary. James P. Bailey, is holdiag down the County Clerk George B. Cooner has office most creditably. 11 is on tho turned over to this o.Tice ttie prep- iob all of the time and his decisions aration of" thejiallots Joe the August inv the- 'Several important cases that prlrriafy. There will be two tickets have been brought before him have n the field tho democratic and Hie been satisfactory. But what has imrepublican and as each party is en pressed us most is that he doesn't titled to n separate book, it will wait of procrastina. As an instance be necessary to furnish 26 books of his being "Johnny on the sopt," for the thirteen precincts, Some 0 he on Saturday night last at a late ballots nro required, including hour was informed that a culvert on educational ballots. The law speci- the Lancaster pike, beyond Dix river, fies that there shall be fifty per cent had fallen in and the situation was a more ballots in each book than there dangerous one for natrons of tho were votes cast in the preceding State nikc. It was far past his bedtime, but election. he know what delay meant and cranking up his nuto he left for the scene. Keenon Strong in Rockcattle. Tho solemn hour of midnight, when Dr. T. M. Pennington was up from ghosts nre said to perambulate, etc., Stanford yesterday :n the interest of caught him working on the culvert his brother-in-laRocmnn Keenon, nnd arranging things so tnat the road who is a candidate for Clerk of the could be used without danger. The Court of Appeals. The Doctor has writer commends to the public, his many friends in Rockcastle and com- good work, nnd feels to congratulate plimentary to Dr. Pennington ns well Judge Bailey on leaving the af.'airs as supportng a competent nnd well of the county in sucn competent nnd titted man for the place, the Demo- painstaking hands during his visit to crats whom the Doctor met hero yes- the golden coast. terday, assured him utmost to a man of their support for Keenon for Defeat and a Broken Note. Clerk. Jit. Vernon Signal. The Stanford boys sailed under nn unlucky stnr in the game of ball with Baughman Acquitted. the Paint Lick nine nt that place Charley Baughman, colored, of afternoon. First pince Claithis city, was acquitted at Danville borne Wnlton hnd his nose broken by Saturday of the charge of peddling n fowl ball and secondly, they met dein cocaine, or rather of violation of feat hy n score of seven to four. The tho net. Baughman wns necident to young Walton occurred arrested by revenue officers nnd tak- in the fourth innnng and :t seems to en to Danville some two weeks ago to have taken the "pep" out of the rest be tried before Commissioner Law-wi- ll of the Stanford nine. They carried no as soon ns the witnesses could "subs" from this city und Walton be secured. nlaved the rest of the gamo with a 10,-00Sat-urdi- iy represntfltivo that he was feeling goad over his prospects of being the nominee for governor. He also informed him that Stanley's cause was waning but would not admit that McChcsney wns on gaining ground. In fact he imnres?ed the representative with the fact that he thought he was getting converts from all ' the other three gentlemen who are anxious as he is to serve the State as its chief execut"-''- . Gov, McDermott Panel Through Lieut. Gov. E. J. McDermott passed through to Lancaster yesterday morning where he spoke !n itic nfternoon. At the depot he told nn I. J. late Thursday evening. Stanley, the son of Mr. d little and nnther smnll hoy were in the house alone, tho chlld mother being nt tho home of her daughter nhout twenty yards away, sho hoanl it gun shot and mn into her home and found the boys sitting on tho floor and two guns lying between them. Roth guns were londed and tho children nro supposed to have been plnylng with them, one of them shot and kicked tho fnlconbcrry child In tho eye nnd bunted his eye ball out. His mother wiped It otT his cheek not knowing what it wns. The lnd doesn't seem to be suffering very much. Mr. Edward Smith left Monday for Lexington. Miss Frnnklo Smith spent Sunday nfternoon nt home. Mrs. Lydia Price of Lexington is visiting her parents here. Mr. J. J. Fillmnn Is doing the carpenter work on the school house. Mrs. John Estcs nnd daughter spcat last Friday with M. J. C. Smith. Mr. Earl Bennett nml sister, Miss Delia, were the guests of Mrs. Sarah Lee and son, Sunday nfternoon. Miss Rossie Adams nnd Arabelle Wood, of Grove, attended Sunday school at Duncan Sunday afternoon. Mr. Arthur Sims is nt homo for a week and one of our young ladies looks more pleased than we have seen her for some time. Mrs. Thompson and attractive daughter, or Greenwood, hnvo re-turned to their home after .heinir- tho . . pleusar.t visitors f thw place. .uiwi .uuiiiie tvuu ui iuncuoii uity nnd mother, of New Salem, spent front tridny until Sunday with Ins aunt nnd sister, Mrs. J. C. Smith. ' Mr. J. D. Bennett Is bulldng a new kitchen nnd dining room to his dwelling house which rttl improve! the looks very much when finished. Mr, Cicero Sims nna" Misses Anna Smith nnd Mnmie Wnll attended chureh at Grove Satardny night. The sermon nreachell bv Rev. K. O. Mnr- lin wns a good oac. There is being added to the school at this place another ten foot room which was badly needed. will improoe the looks of the school nnd make the room more comfortable to the large numbers of scholars that attend. There lira only n third in tho district who attend. Wo think it possible thnt some of the older ones have "quituuted." .. -- f I M . badly mutulated pronosis paining him to almost an unbearable extent. The Paint Lick people were exceedingly kind to tho wounded member of the club und did everything possible to alleviate his sufferings. ., Plen-irei'l- Dan-vill- e, Orer A Thoutand Drowned Over one thousnnd persons were drowned at a dock In the Chicago River in tho heart of Chicago Saturday when the lake excursion steamship Eastland, ready to start for Michigan City, lad., lay d"wn on its side liko a tired horsu and trapped 2,100 on board. The greatest marine tragedy in history was olso tho strangest and most sudden. The ship went clear over on her side In less than three minutes, drowning or all, except thoso on the upper deck, in a d trap. Tho exact number of dead muy never be known, but it will fur exceed 1,000. pick-nicke- rs steel-walle- - Pretident Ordert Eattland Probe. President Wilson has ordered that u complete investigation be made by the Department of Commerce into the sinking of the excursion steamer Eastland in tho Chicago river with a consequent loss of many hundred lives, Acting Secretary Sweet, of tho department, sent him word that tho causes of the dhmater would be looked into, und the President directed that nothing be left undone to fix the responsibility, The President ulso dispatched a telegram to Mayor Thomp-M- u of Chicago expressing profound sympathy and sorrow over the loss of life. Fell and'Broke Collarbone. Little Miss Muttie Mao Turner, the pretty llttlo daughter of Mr, and Mrs. James Turner, had the misfortune to full oir tho porch at tho homo of her parents on Whitley avenue Monday nnd break her collar- bone. 1 i 11 M ' Mi ,.v 4 .. I ... ty-- ,-. -i - .. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, July 27, 1915. Brodhead Fair, August L The Interior Journal 11- -3 Days. I Are You Acquainted WITH THE OFFICERS OF THIS BANK? Are they acquainted with your financial resources? An acquaintance gained through dealings as a depositor here will be a strong aid in building your resources. This bank is now the depository of many crowing business institutions, it wants to be a Factor in the progress of many more, anrl invites an interview with conservative business men who desire lfberal banking facilities. WALTON 1 1 co A F.ntitri at tht not i TrXu'wniciY in amvanof. would who hmc had to be borne by weep for her. those .naHtr Xtanoril 41 ttecnJ SAVFt.RVililnni andMinncfTi and the fearful to make n rope with which to hang herself. Had sho waked patiently tho corset would have done in vrk heritage of suicide I 000 POLITICAL ASNOVSCtUWXTS to .toniii1 unlhnrlirftiutr, in- : ryinuniair. !'i"r J lif- limit? prltntrr, Aur 7lh. 11)18 Fat Ctrrvll .,Wi P A HAI1II1V, of Merrfr Connlj. Tie Intfrlnr. 'I, wm v. jvM'i'i ocrMftt Pjnntr. J K. NEWMAN, of NWmih CSuntj. Fur Cifint Flr'rl jks.sk ik wrath??! MAH.MIlfn,!. C TJKWI.ANI). Fur Efpirntti't In J.fitaiuTt (i (lentil W CHAH. C KOX, of Hol Count. CitmmFnvKiUh' AivnfV V l,l'KT.Ait. ul.ll.nlc C.utiH. J. 8. OWtfUKY, Jr- - o ISncolA County. For Kmitrnnti JCmvuniuiontr Kentucky is nt last free of the foot and mouth disease as well as the quarantine ngninst it. Cattle men can now get busy and mnke up for lost time, but whether they can wake up the loss of money that the disease has occasioned, remains to he seen. Comfortable Clothes. The warmer the weather, the fewer the clothes we want and need. With the modern way of dressing, one can keep comfortable. A PALM BEACH SUIT, light, comfortable and cool, in the Palm Beach color, shepherd cjieck and gray. Light weight Wash Trousers in blue and white pin check and Palm Beach colors. SHIRTS. We are showing everyihing you want in plain white, black and white and all the fancy colors in Silk, Madras and Percales. Short or long sleeves, low roll or regular collar. LOW SHOES. They are low in price as well as tops, for we have greatly reduced tle prices on all our Low Shoes. We furnish them in tan, black and white in almost any size and last. SOCKS in silk, lisle and cotton in every conceivable color-co- ol and pretty--iplain or with clocked sides. A Palm Beach Suit, a Soft Low Collar Shirt, a pair of Silk Sox and Low Shoes and you are as well dressed' and as comfortable as one can be. Let us dress you well and keep you cool. n FrK I The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE" Surplus $ 00, 00.00 Capital $ 00,000.00 Resources $500,000.00 W. H. Shanks, Pres. J. B. Paxton, W. M. Bright, Cash. J. W. Rochester, 1 1 1 V-Pre-s. A-Ca- sh 11 L r i fe ivfc & ?!a& t IT h The "conscience fund" has grown to the proportit7s of n half mHlion hi the treasury it WiistHhigUn. This loncy has been accumulating for years nrwl comes in amounts varying firom n fow cents to many thousand come Trorn dollars. It is suppie. conscience-stricke- n persons who have a by fraud onrMicd themselves time, but cowld resist the still small voice that bade them mnke restitution. Ten thousand dojnrs In currency, the second largest contribution to the conscience fund ever, received by the goverment, arrived at tlic department Sunday in n plnin envelope mailed Saturday at New York, accompanied by an unsigned letter which said: "The sender has paid double to the United States what he stole and yet oonscience is not satisfied. Here is another payment." Tho package contained three $10P gold certificates; elsrnt $500 certificates and thirty $100 siver and gold netes. Treasury officials found nothing in the letter or nmount to Indicate a connection with any of the government's losses liv fraiw to they placed it with S500.000 mors that has ki the treasury vaults from conscience-stricke- n rcople who have sent sums ranging from one cent to $18.f)(i0. The Inrgest sum ever received came in 1909, probably from "omcone who had perpetrated n customs fraud. The $10,000 fund enme addressed to Secretary of the Treasury NcAdoo and marked "personal." Judge Ilroylcs. of 'Atlanta, known to the habitues of the police court of that city for many years as ".lodge IViles." urges the newspapers of Georgia to stand for n compulsory education law, arguing that crime is bred in ignorance, but he goes further and says that ttoe most dangerous man in the world is that one who goes round with whisky in his stomach and a pistol in his pocket. It is generally true that illiteracy and crime go hand in hand, but not necessarily so. There are many educated men who put whisky in their stora-achand makp themselves walking arsenals. But upon the whole the Rroyles theory is correct. Education will eventually eradicate crime, or in any event reduce it to an inconspicuous mimimum. It might require generations to accomplish this much desired end, but in the light of observation and reason the Altanta purist is undoubtedly on the right track. I' would be hard to f im a man who had studied criminals at closer range and with keener insight than Judge Broy-le- s. nt fr Notable Yrar In The World1. Hi.tory This will go down In the history of the world as a year of great and unusual events. The world war has first claim on the retention nnil to the records of the historian. Its magnitude can hardly be exaggerated; its far reaching effects cannot be overestimated The United States is the most neutral nf nay nation, and is fcir rcmovotl from the cens of conflict yet the effects .of the wm- - nru here nppnrent in mamywnys. But in spile of nil tho depression incident to the war tho business of the world move on very much its it did prcTiwusly. The great exposition which had bocn planned to take place nt Sni Francisco is in fit! progress, taidnunted by the war nnil Its rumsrs. If preparations had not beun made for the exposition it is not to be doubted that the event would have been cancelled. The war cloud was more omlnos in its portents thnn the war has been even in its horrible reality. Not that is was plnnned thus b.- -. that it so happened. It will be a manor of epoclml importance that while the greatest war of history was rnging in the enst the greatest industrial exposition in history was carried out in the wet. It will be of vast importance to the etixlwits nf world economics that while the tendrils and filaments of commercial interests extend through the entire "fabric of human endeavor, even unto the cods of the earth, yet MAIN the Witerweoving was not intricate enough to entangle or put a damper upon the juggernauts wheels of progress. This irigantu- - enterprise is first aid to the "See America First" move$100 Reward, $100 ment, and before the end of the year t I'VarJ ( Th rra!ir of travel across the continent will have Ifirn that thrrr lathta lVat will4rra4 llrMt at rrT h reached a volume never beforo record- (bat rln baa bn abir tn run, in ail lta am that l Cum ed. Thousands of Americans will see atari-- onlj poaitltr (aiarrti. llall a i atartli mM la tb run- - imw fcnoVj tbr their country finr the first time, and lal fratrrmtr Catarrh t4r.c a rrnntllHtW-rwrrqulrea a r"tltutlrat tWaM trtatnirtit opportunely it comes, when me cast llaJla fatJrrh Cur . taarn Int rnaUr. actinic is nblnze with battle. It Is sensonnble Olrvttlr VIn the Mixm! ami rauctiatirfarr f th sjptrm tbrrrtr d"fn,?lfuc tb fMinIatln to inculcate love of country the f the illraf ant jltlnc th patlwit atrroctti germ of patriotism for the time may Ij bulMtne.up tht mnMltntlon aM a (Mine Ha work lurr In Tlc come nirnin when the sons of America M roarh dolnr lta If rtiratlvf rrrri '" batt faith In that tbr will rally round the flag for stcrnc-purpose- after One IIiMidriMl IWlart Nr anjr ran that It l t Hat of trtloiUU. fall tn cure. than a Fourth of July celeAdJr.M I. J. CIIK.SnV & CO, Twledn, U. bration. If happily that time come we 8oM by all PrurcUta. 75? shall look back upon the year 1915 Take Hi IT a tamr. Villi fir fonttlpattva ns a period of incubation for latent patriotism. The sheer antithesis of events now transpiring give them n Here'a You kinship, and this relationship will link The People' Market Place Adrsx-Yo- u them as long as the memory of man tue What lUva to Sell lasts. McRoberts & Bailey STREET STANFORD, KENTUCKY C.0-thnnd-painte2 l d s, es LttST. Day heok between home U'hito tuirticr' nstituJc will bu and Lancaster. Reward. Howard held at King's Mountain, bcifiininir Newland, Stanford. 1 AuiruM noth. I'rof. W. C. Wilson. Instructor. G. Singleton, Supt. 50-OKDKKS taken for place-cardmenu cards, china, etc., A. S. PRICE DENTIST 58- - It Kate Lynn .Wood. Hours, e to 4 o'clock roil SALE. Second Iwnd Max-we- ll Offic runabout. Harirain if gold at once. 0er Shucur't Drug Store Sl-t- f M. S. IlauKhman, Stanford. FOIl SALE. Mare and lmry; Colored teacher's institute will In mure is by Preston J perfectly iafe; Kin in Stanford, Aueuvt ICth. Mri. not afraid of nutos or frains. For information, sc C. L. It. Snecd, Instructor. (. Single- ue S. J. Tatum, J.CrabIlailcy, Stanford, Orchnrd. I). O. 50-- 2 ton, Supt. 58-t- f Payne, Harbourville, Ky. THE Wnynesliurir Lumber Co.. of WaynethiirK, handler all kind of tfic Farm For Sale Privately. lumber. I'oplar Mndinf, $1.25 I desire to hell privately my farm t. of 25 nerw, known ni the Obe An- FOIt SALE. Buck wheat. Apply Idrciwcd ilnrtnii t.l.i.t (..,V.I t.t Olllb ..t VP.. HARRY JACOBS IIII..III .1UW. lni...l..l (II .lnl.1 1 I Ul at J.TT. Cukh's Store, Turncrsvfile. NOTICE. Five per cent penalty nerville, and improved with a six- to school tax on Aug. 4, UUf. room houce nnil gooil liiir stock or High - Class Monuments. ESTRAY. A red heifer, wo or ladded iliiRhes, rrens., Itoom 215, over tnlmrrn linm. rrilm. hnn hmiKna nmt I.. 11. 52-tgood pah- - stock scales on pike. Land Original Deaign and Prompt Service three years old and wciRhinc nbout Lincoln National Hank. is in good state of cultivation, mott Guaranteed Quality Connections fiOO pounds, came to my place SatFOIl RENT MS' home place, con- - nil in grass now. Well and citttrn at all Granite and Marble Quarriet. urday, 24th. Owner can cet her by Office and Works on Cemetery Hill. paying .for this notce and her keep. UirininK 20 acres, seven room houjo In yard. A biMgnin f sold nt once. Cloied on Saturday Granville phone 1G4 J. S. Skidmore. It. F. D., No. 1, unu iihku irarn. .ii rs. .11. viover, Terms to kuit purchaser. 57-t- f. Crab Orchard, Ky. Lutes, Stanford, II. F. D. No. 5. STANFORD : KENTUCKY t 1 Waynetibunr. , s What Want ! 6S-8- C0-2t- p. j. 00-2- i B k v The overturning of the steamship, Eastland, in Chicago river in the heart ot the V. ndv lily r.nd causing the Uss of more than a thous For Style, Fit and Durability Wear Dutchand lives, adds another chaDtcr toj the horrois of land and sea that will ess Pants. make thu prevent year remembered. Over twenty-fiv- e hundred of the emWORK PANTS, DRESS PANTS & FOR GENERAL WEAR. ployes of the Western Electric ComA NEW SUPPLY AND THEY ARE GOING AT WE HAVE pany were on the steamer, starting A REDUCTION. for a picnic and without a moment's notice the boat listed and then dipped and in less than five minutes it and most of its human cargo was out of sight. The speedy and efficient work of the greatly curtailed the number of those who wen to a watery grave, but the thought of a thousand human hemes beiner Wviped out of existence in the twink ling of an eye is sufficiently appalling to send cold chiHs aown one's spinal column apd make him wonder why fate decreed such a horrible destruction then and there. (Water Glass.) War contracts nnil-lnl- inr wnra seem to be synonymous. Several of mat nave Eggs laid away fresh during the season when ine in it concerns nntlnna nt oontracts with Eurinpnn tvnr nm having trouble It they are cheap wiH be in perfectly good condition is reported thatwith their help.have such troubles vmjinfhl7ire been bred months when treated with Soc- This scorns bv fiermnn It is m.re during the improbable. likely that tho dcrr.nnd for bet ter wages has co or water glass. Easy to use and inexpensive. tllQ very hiimnn grown out of ilncirn nt inn luborer to prosper nlong with his em10c a can. ployer. War contracts are fat contracts, as a rule. The manufactures nf. mnbfnn liilrm iimila nt minn... and they shnnliln't iiLlnnf tn .!i..... STANFORD, KY. their labor a leasonablc proportion THE REXALL STORE of the profits. Col. W. I Wifltou. candidate for the democratic nomination for Sec retnry of State, is tho only nerson it'king for State office who has never held an ofllco or eaten political pie Ho was working for and contributing to the success of the democratic party beforo most of tho other candidates were born. Ho has never scratched a ticket nor taken "cold feet" on any democratic nominee Isn't this enough to 'give his candidr cy consideration? No Nails, All Bolts and Upright Angle have more to say If not, wo vH' next Issue. Irons. Hogs can not lift off of hinges. Opens The strike of New York s may produce an unpleasant situation for nien.folks. Any proboth ways. The Best Gate on the market. longed cessation In tho manufacture of punts would caus scarcity and high prices." A fellow cun get along -Cretty well without coat and vest, are so exceedingly indisI pensable that it Is sheer folly to think of doing without them. Mlt MaVy Chapisan, of Memphis, committed suicide in a Lexington I. J, sanitaiium, using her crosei strings BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING Special Sale Street Fair Week. w We have many Bargains to sell you at very Low Figures. Read the pri- ees. You will see you can SAVE 50 PER CENT. I 2 I 2c per yard; spePercale, worth 0c cial sale price; 6 yards for 49c Hand Towels, worth 2 and 5c; special 6 for sale price, 39c Pearl Buttons, special sale price, 5c per dozen; 5 dszen for M)c Heavy Cotton, 0c and 2 per yard; special sale price, 6 yards for 48c Ladies' Dresses, worth from $1.00 to $4.00; special sale price .9c Children's White Dresses, worth from $!.00 to $1 .50; special sale price 79c Silk, yard wide, worth from $1.00 to $1.50 per yard; special sale price 79c Ladies' Low Cut Shoes, worth from $2.00 to 3.00; special sale price 89c Men's Work Shirts, special sale price, four for 96c Men's Straw Hats, worth from $1 .00 k $300 special sale price 24c Men's Palm Beach Suits, worth from $7.50 to $12.50; special sale price $4.98 Come in during this special sale and save money while you can. This is the time. : : 1 a-n- Vv -- ROBINSON'S. socco. Winter life-save- rs PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Look At Our "Can't Sag" Wood Farm Gate. Ladies' Shirt Waists in all styles and sizes, 79c worth from $1.00 to $1.50, sale price Ladies' White Pique Skirts, regular $ .00 and 78c $1.50 quality; special sale price All Wool Skirts worth from $3.00 to $6.00, special sale price $1.98 White Underskirts, regular $1.00 and $2.00 89c Skirts; special sale price White Underskirts, regular price 50c; special 48c sale price, two for Silk Underskirts, regular $2.00 and" $3.00 89c Skirts, special sale price Ladies' Handkerchiefs, regular 5c and 10c 19c quality; special sale price, 6 for Ladies' Vests, regular 10c quality; special 2Sc sale price, 4 for Ladies' Hats, worth from $2.00 to $3.00; spe59c cial sale price Ready-mad- e Sheets, worth 50c; special sale 79c price; 2 for per yard; Dress Girrghams, 10c and 12 59c special sale price, 7 yards for Lawn Goods, regular 7 I 2c yard; special sale 38c price; 8 yards for 1 2c 1 2c 1 1 1 2c 1 t.K T -- pants-maker- W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Ky. TO THE The Bargain Store, & SALEM SALEM fc DON'T FORGET THE PLACE 1 Ml k lH(PJfT? ' nv jff' ''WJS.HK Tlie Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, July 27, 1915. J, S. Hocker went to llichmond this morninff on hasinssa. C. It. Colcwnn Is nere from Cary, for n short May with hN fnmify. Mini Pnulin Hois of Mnysvillc, is tho gumt of Mi'W A df Ha Rtiscll. .Mm Kthol Walt or, of Uncsutcr, ii the guet of Mrs. TV. O. SInrtln. J. Thomas Cherry, of rnb Orchard, was heic thti morning a short Z. KBSSXSdSSMsSSl jf Hon. James P. Edwards, Candidate for the Democratic Nomination for Lieu- Come and do your Banking Business with us, and we will show you that our methods are up to date in every respect, and that the officers are Sis Annie Cnss, of Ilrndhen.l, iv tjic guest of her sinter, Mrs. L. Ii. Hilton. William WrUerfleld, of Pari, In here visiting his nuiit, Mrs. SI. D. Sir. nnd Sirs. J. Pox Duddcrnr spent Sunday nt Crnb Orchard JHprlngi. i J. W. Taylor attended the fair at Sit. Sterling Inst week nml visited relatives. Little Mi Sarah Hunn spent Inst week nt SIcKinncy with Sliss Iviliclln KImorc. timo. SF?ISS Sy, ur ,.t .Midi ob ssik m ai n I mrm ..-bis i .' Children Cry for . . ; Flechr' i m jmm m i ;i r- - u rmu m rm nm. m tenant Governor, Will Speak at the Court-Hous- e "io in Stanford O- n- competent, polite and Kind Yen Hare Always ttruurht, and v'llch Uc.s liccn tio tor over !) years lias liuni.i t'10 lnatnru ot nmlhjijyii'ci nuilo nijder ljjs pcr- si0 WV- MmiflKnpTrvIaliiii Dtiicoiislnfiiiicr. SiaryX',&66tM Allow no ono'toricrclvo youinthM. nro bnt All CiiTiiterfell, Iinitntloiisntiil lpcrliiiclils tIint.,trlilo wlMi nnd end mcr tlio liriiltlit lufuuti JU.d Clilldrcii lixpcrlcnco ngaluut JUii iriiucaW Jn rr ".Tuit-iw-t'oiM- l" It obliging. Capital and Surplus $78,500. First National Bank Stanford, Ky. Reynolds. MIm Ksther Denton, of Somerset, is n guest in the hame of her relative, Dr. T. W. Pennington. Slcsdanves Shcltoti SI. Saulley and hK. C. Walton nrc spending the day At 7:30 O'clock. with Harrodsburg friends. J. C. OMiornc, of Knoxvillc, joined his wife here thh wr- - nt her mother's. Sirs. Charlotte Warren. Mr. and Sirs. W. G. Leer, of have returnm home nfter t visit to Sir. and Sirs. J. W. Clmk. of Macon, Gn, CHURCHES The little daughter of Mr. and Sirs. The next conference of the Moth-- , Adam Pence, who has Ween n.uitc ill August Ridder apk.it the week South, wilt for several dnys remain about the odist Kpiseopal Clurch,HUH. at Crab Orchard with hit family. be held in Atlnntn in same. Rev. I'ord, of Morcland, will Sliss Allic Russell Fish has reat the Gor!n Christian turned homo after spending several preach Sunday morning and evening. .lavs in Paint Lick with relatives nnd church Rev. AuguU Rnlllmch will preach friend. Sir. and Mis. J. W. Taylor and at the Baptist church Sunday morrng children jipent Sunday nt IlrvnHts-'vill- e nt 11 o'clock and Rev. M. D. Earl will preach at 7:45 in th evening. with Sir. and Sirs. Othn Saturday Night, July 31, aOGS0O82)Oi Cnstoria Is a linriulrsi nnlistKuto for Cn t ir O.l, Pnrc t I J l lirtsunt. It Rorlc, Drupi unci Sootliln .Sjrnpx. tout .Ins nckicr Oplui , lorplilno it r v' uv 2fnreotlo Worinsj M:hst.i:ico. IM niio is ll.i gnarauion, i ml nlln;.'! THiorthiicKS. t. y yours it ruruicvn i ot c :.',( Ipatlo. Iris licei'i l.i Mintant uu f r tho cvi!ihi;; Tnble nnd I'iatiilcm'y. V, Ind Colle, all It reixulntps tho Momar!) and Uowcls, Jiiurriiii'a. ::ral bleep. atsliiillntcs lli FiHiil, iclvlni; liVnWiv r.:i 'Xho Children's I'aimcen T,Vo Dlother'a I rf n... iv-- What is CASTORiA !. ,' ' n i genuzhs: tfW.S CASTOFJ'A" jBcar? the L1t V-va- ys - rw- - 2 ,1 Lunches and Cooling Drinks t Slont-gomer- y. James Cooper is the iftlewt of Shir-le- v Sirs. Annie was called (lover nt Crab Orchard this week. Lexington Inst Ncwkind on account to Personal and Social week of "Miss Ida Lee Campbell, of Cincin- the illncs of her daughter, Mrs. Slur-vi- n is nati is the Rucst of Miss Ida M. Pet- I'M Qulllcn. of l.exiiiRton, Mrs Adams. the Kuct of Mr. John Lute. from Sirs. Oma Proctor has returned Sirs. Lux-- Miller Hartley is nojourn. home from Louisville accompanied James Menhon m up Mr. this Lebanon Junction lth nt .fcklnne iiiK nt Crab Orchard Springs by Misses Kntherin. nnd Sarah Lew-i- s in week. ... . l)r H. and Frank Lewis. ery in at or Kx rteynolds continues lcnKry for a week Icy,w. nroctlchu! Sirs. L. C. Kellcy nml children of the home of his father, Mr. Cicero Oi.me Warden J. Mitch la. have returned to their home at Danville, v,a a caller nt this offico Kcynolds. nfter a visit t her parents, Mm. Klizn Coffey spent several Sir. nnd Sirs. T. V. Ncwlnnd. ! Pipes V M. O. Kennedy nml fnmily, Sunday days last week wh Mrs. Lee Sir. and Sirs. W. K. Shugars and at Morcland. nntwtMe. were in thin city son, W. K., Jr., motored to Winches-t-T Mm. Wallace Walter is the Riie Sundny and were the guests of Mm. T. J. HiH. Jr.. has relini.r.1 or rclntives and friesids at Kintfs Sir. nml Sirs. II. C. Nunnelley. a month1 visit to her parent in Mountain this week. from Sir. and Sirs. Will RifTe nnd son, Misses Hcrtn Jean Penny and Lyle Daniel. Sirs. John Rlain Cincinnati. nnd daughJIcMn-ncKuest nt Cooper were the week-enMIm Koxlc Stnnnfonl. or ter. Sliss Susie Iilnin, f Hustonvillc, on Cmb Orchard Sprinp.- -. i tlie Kucst of the Muses Lee were here Mrs. Green (Irayson, of Muir, has street fnir. Slonday evening t the Mill street. Cuihlcr M. . Salln, of the State returned home after a visit to hr Sirs. W. II. Hrown, of Lancaster eter.la nt 4er, 51m. Pearl (launcc. Hank & Tnt Co., was and Sirs. E. J. Hrown, i: Stanford Mrs. J. K. Lnllue, of Mt. Vernon. her spent tovcral .lavs Tisitinir helntive Mm. Kcnneiiy Dellnven and lmby. here the lirst of the week with nnd frie.i.ls in the Quail suction. Sit. uwU of sister, Mm. Gvoiko F. Dellordc. of Mt. Sterling nre the union signal. Itumscy. of Paint .MImc Arnla Miwi Nancy YraRcr. Sir. and Sirs. E. T. Pence, Sr., Lancaster S. L. Stepheni"on wont to Louis- Lick and Lucile Knmscy, of a visit to who have been at Long Reach, CaL, ville. Sunilny evenliiK to buy Roods for have returned home after for several weeks, the guests of their Miss KlUnbeth l!ne.ht. his store at Maywoo.l. daughter. Sirs. Mary Eliza Granwlle Lutes has rented a house returned home this morning. Suwell. Mm. J. W. Cottrell nndon, Hobcrt at Yosvmite and will move to it this of l4inutoii, lmw ben the cuosU Sirs. SI. C. Williams. Cecil Wilweek. He will refidt there until he liams, Mis Mollic Dinigliorif. nnd James Williams, of Somspent Kets possohsion of his farm near Oniile Hrown, of Lancaster, erset, nnd Sir. and Sirs. Kennedy, of he recently bought. n m Hon of Sunday with his mothr, Hmumont. Tcsns, were the guest, of Jim. K. A. CartwriKht, of Tnbo-ni- . Sir. nnd Sirs. C. E. Tate ltrnwn here. . .,-.- . iai Slonday. i N. C. arrhed Sunday to visit Mm, K.I WilMtwon spew Mis. M. J. Withers ilnv with her sister. Mrs. Andrew her LATEST WAR NEWS and brother. Charlie Pendleton. nji:.... ' nt f'rnli Orchard Along the Narew, despite the obsti- ... ii m u'nlLnr nml rbildren. Sim. H. C Hill and ilniiKhtcrs. nnte resistence of the Russians, tho nnd Allene Hill, of are the irunsts of her parents, Judge Mios Kathleen returned home after Germans have forced n crossing of ,'SU Louis, have nnd MmVPugh at Vanceburj;. the river. Above and below tho far. Mi'ss Theo KiKL's, of CvrUhiunn, is n vUit to K. C. (.nrman and family. Wm. Myem, who travels for the tres of Ostrolcnko the Russians arr of Mr! Ii. n. Menifee. nt the Crutcher Dental Supply Company, of being slowly pushed back toward th J. N. of he today calling oh Hug Rier and the Germans are ad Miss Kntkcrinc 11.11. who has been Louisville, was here Sir. Myem was vnncing toward the fortification dentists the guest of Mm. K. C. anrma... has I the local of Cmb Orchard. nruind Xovogoorgiievsk and Warsaw formerly home nt St. Louis. A Geiman air raid on the Vistulr Miss Mary Walton, the pretty lit- Mr Ttaicora Pelfrcy and fsm.ly, of . . bridge nt Wnrsnw was 01 .Mr. ami .im. Garrard, spoilt Sunday with the fami- - t c .laughter Lexington, has returned . nil result, but scleral without mnto civilians wot Walton, of lv of her father. Sir. W. A. Ct.mon. In Southeastern Pokind thr to her killed. Mr and Mm. Kus.cll Hrown. oflh.me nfter n .lcas.nt vMt Advo- - rapture of a large number of Rus ells. Lancaster, spent Sunday here with cousin, Miss Margaret sinns is clnimod by the Gcrmnns. The American steamer Loelannw T. A. William, an., bright "'Vhlnr Usuly! has been Mink by a ne Into Luclon bis- - Ho daughter, Thclmn. of Haskell rine off the Orkney German submaIskimls. .cks, of The Texas and Sim. uwin ley is visiting relative, miI friends Vtnt stt.imer had aboard a cargo of fln. ""'". Texan, have been the and !,.. Fust Knd w.is bouH.l Archangel for Sheari... Oertrude. rccc?t guests of Sir. nnd Sim. II. D. Helinst. Mrs. The commander of the Kiinsull nnd Johnnie, of Indianapolis, Aldridgc. Miss Isnbxilu Givuns cntirtainc.i n submarine stopped the Leelaimw and are the guests of thtir rolntives, Sim. contra week-en- d at her finding that she was. Hello IRatt and Sirs. Nullie Dcnham. house party for the .Mary D. lovely home in the HulibU section. baiiJ ordered her crew ohT and sen m:.... i.nriniUi Lutes. the vessel to the bottom. Kennedy, of this city, and Sliss Slnbcl There were fourteen in live party Frci week-lnof whom were made to have a n gainst successes .for tlw l!ritih Gum, of Lexington, spent the 'ho TurU t rj'phra-tc- s end with Sirs, linrry w. rrjc in nun- - most leWk'litfal stay. River and the canture of th"e town ble. , of Nasiriych are announced by Lon- Ms-and Sirs. White and daughter, (ion. five hundred Turks were Yes Many People Mks Alice White and Mm. George have told us the name story distress in front of the main position slain and Hunn nnd childten, of Slorclan.l, . . nfter eating. Rases, heartburn. A ., several hundred others were captured. were the guests of Sir. and Sim. Matt Uritish, however, Dyspepsia The victory unscathed, did not gains Myers and Mrs. Levi Myem Sunday. the their casual-ticL. C. King, wife nnd daughter, Tablet numbering between 300 and 400. Pcp-ril- o Miss Annn Fay and Sirs. J. C. Fierce fighting continues to rage on nnd after each meal will relievo and daughter, Sliss EiMiice, were before ,ou. Sqjd oaly by us 25c the eastern fcoctor of the Austro-Italin- n the guests of W. J. Holtzclnw and front, especially on the Do- Penny' Drug 8loc. family ut Kevins, Andrso county bcrdo plateau, where the Italians last week. have attacked relenifessly, but have Sirs. Khoda Waters mid daughters, ccured only temporary local suc Mifrcs Luie nnd Lucile Waters, left cesses. yesterday for St. Louis, to spend In the region of Korn the Italians Robert some time with her sons, arc declared to have suffered heavy" Harding and John M. Waters and of losses from the Austrian artillery daughter, Sliss Kate Waters. d nfter having been repiflsed in Mr. and Mm. Bowman Smith, of fighting, in which the Aue-triaMarysrille, Tenn., spent Momlny with rolled boulders down the mounSirs. Lizzie Hoder and W. 11. Hocker tainside on their foes. An Austrian ii'n.1 wife. Sir. Smith lived in this aviator has dropped bombs on Vero count? many years end for a hong na. time was agent for the Q. & C. at Sic WE WILL OFFER TO THE WGH. Kinrwy. We arc glad to learn that EST BIDDER ON he is doing wcl in his adopted hme. A CONFESSION He is nn excellent booster for the y Cnmp-bcllsvill- c, y. d Everybody cordially invited to at tend. Announcements is made that ths comer stone of the new $.10,000 Maxwell-stree- t I'rc'ibyterian church nt Lexington will be laid next Thursday nfternoon with impressive services, in which the three Presbyterian churches of the city will participate. Dr. C. K. Thompson, of Kosciusko county, Miss., a former pastor, will deliver the dedicatory sumon, asist-e- d by the Rev. RulKcrford Douglas. May Be Obtained When In Danville at The Kind You Have Always BougM In Use For Over 30 Years SHOP PERFECT (Incorporated) DANVILLE, - KY. HENRY M. B0SW0RTH '1 Just To Show w rr ,-- - what a ; Dime Will Do We will hold a week of extraordinary low price making. We will offer a number of articles to close out, and quite a few staples that are worth up to 25c at only 10 CENTS for the week of July 26th to 31st, inclusive. By a little figuring you can see how great a saving a visit to this store means. Come early as many of these items will be sold the first days. Gingham Bonnets, at ..10c Baby Caps, at 10c Long White Gloves 10c Ribbon Girdles, at .10c Buekeye Hats, at 10c Stran Beads, at 10c Ratines, Piques an dCrepes, at 10c 3 papers 5c Safety Pins 10c q .'. papers 5c Pins 10c 2 0c Gent's Handkerchiefs 10c 10 to 70 BucJllaD. M. C, 10c 2 0c Ladies' Vests for 10c 2 2c Percales 10c Lot Odds and Ends Baby Shoes 10c 2 pair 0c Hose for 10 s 25c Pretty Sheer Collars 10 25c Boys' Blouses 10c! 10q Odds and Ends Kid Gloves, small'sizes 3 spools bow string thread 10S 3 boxes 5c Hair Pins .10c Odds and Ends in Ladies' and Children's Un- deiwear at -- ..10c 3 bottles 5c Ink for .10c 2 pair Infant's Oc Hose for 10c 2 Oc oak or white curtain poles for 10c 3 dozen Pearl Buttons for 10c 25c Belts for 10c Children's 12 2c Ginghams for 10c 2 yards 6c Calico Shorts for ..10c 5 Satin Palm Fans for 10c 2 10c yards Brown Cotton for 12 10c 2c and 5c Towels for 2 2c Turkish Towels 10c ..... 3 Aercel Wash Rags 10c 25c 25c 25c 50c 25c 25e 25c 1 it. ...-.- , irrund-muthc- kk I C I iaetoSi.Mm. 1 X: Jm. frn H ,. . Sure To Win In His Present Position As Auditor He Has Increased the Revenue of the State In Round Numbers $2,500,000 AND 1 1 1 -- 1 PUBLIC SALE Land, Stock And Crops hnnd-to-lmn- THE DEMOCRATS OF KENTUCKY WILL GIVE FAYETTE COUNTY MAN AN OVER- WHELMING MAJORITY 1 Henry M. Boworth Who By Hi Courageous Fight For the Interests Wednesday, August 11th, towrj. of the People of the State, as Auditor of the Mate, Mas Made Sir. and Sirs. H. h. SIcKciknie, of 1915, s visiting the Himself the People's Candidate for the Democratic Indi.innvolis, nio Hopes Her Statement, Made Public, In this county. They nml Slits our farm, located ot u mue Nomination for Governor and is Bound to Llnolle Kabiinks. of Danville, who from the depot at Sloreland, ky., on will Help Other Women. Receive an Overwhelming Majority ha, been with Hum at Mr. J. A. aHam- the O. & C. load. Tlie fatm contain" few in the August Primary. Mud for eul mond's in the Wot 220 ucies of land in high state of home-folkono-foiirt- h I I -- day pated through Momlay to spend !. few days in the 1 roachej vilfe section. Sim. Mekecliiiio.lt be remembored. was Mih Honnie Hammond, who for years was the efficient wi.l faithful correspondent for this paper from Hubble. The following young people enjoyDix ed picnic and general outing on and Saturday H.uris Coleman Tnb-b- e river MIm Elizabeth lliwhu. JnWiM and Miss Mary Early. Wallace. S Singleton and Miss Lcttio Walker Mlu Thomas .Coleman nml Sallio lltMicup, joiMary Elizabeth McKiimey, WcrO'., Iannou and Miss I.u cy L.o alto tail Harry Iteinhart and Miss Hill, They Carter and SIUs Lottie Canon. Mrs. and were phaperoned by Hon. W. II. Shanks. - tivation, and is well improved. The routiiciwa i a good one, and contaiH 10 looms; nil ncecury outbuildings. Thoro ni two laigo stock barns, one tobacco barn, juck bain, granary, oho double cub; wood ve and cistein near door, mid never-fart-i- n btock wnter from bcveral springs Tlw land is well adapted to the growth of tobacco, hump, giain and gr.isK. At the Nimo timo we will sell 30d d stceis, 22 head f steers 4 ycarVng steers, (i heif-or- t, 0 cowa with Polled Angus cuIvoh iU. bliv, T springers, 1 Jersey milch row and calf, 8 fat hhoats, 1 hands high, ild rugiitered jack 15 jack, 2 jennets, 1 pair 1 o 1,200-poun800-poun- llines, Ala. "I must confess", say Mrs. Hula Mae Kcid, ol this place, "thai Cardui, the woman's ionic, has done ir.c muST? Tie lias increased the a great deal of uood. in mum! commenced using Cardul, I revenue of the state Before cu:J spilup everything I ate. hadii number'-- , in the !a.t three years, MIL..reJ, sleepy feeling all the time, and was TWO AN'D ONE-HAregular. 1 could hardly drag around, LION DOLLARS more than tnd would have severe headaches out of 1 1 -2 What Is the Best Remedy For -Thisis a Question asked ua many times each day. The answer Wo Kuarantea thein to bo eatiifactoxy io you. Bold ouly by tw, 10 scats. Druu Store. Penn ' Constipation? muWii, 1 atullion U years old, 1 fumily horse surrey, 1 d rood mare, n uuggy, and a goo.! lino of farming .mplemcnts; also 25 ueie of grow-in- g corn, .'I acres of sorghum, 200 Oiukels o.ts, 4 rurlon.U of hay. The land will bo offered In two pur- els and tho nan a whole. Terms lib- jral nnd made known on day of wile. Sale beejns at lOtJO A. M., prompt. C. M. BACK & SONS, Morcland, Ky. CAPT. T. D. ENGLISH, Auct. hands, ngd 1 two-seate- Since taking Cardul, I have enlircl; juit spitting up what 1 cat. liverythmc icems to digest nil right, and 1 have ;aincd 10 (viuuds in weight." II you arc a victim of any of the numerous ills so common to your sex, it is wrong to suiter. Tor hall a century, Cardul has been relieving just such ills, as is proven by the thousands of letters, similar to the above, which pour into our oihec, year by car. Cardul is successful because it is com posed of ingredients which act specifically on the womanly constitution, and helps build the weakened organs back to health and strength. Cardul has helped others, and will help You you, too. Get a bottle today. won't regret it. Your druggist sells It. AJ. OirtUnooo Mt4klnt Co., tttixy topi.. Clitunuc, tenn., lot ijfCKil on your uMotnjink.-- r KJ. "Iljm pU'u r,f ptr. NC Ut I iktuxui lor woimd," Write to t LJI' Possesion to suit tho purchaser. cnoueh to pay the state debt, lie is the only Auditor who has had the courage of Ins convictions; who has had the nerve to defend the state against tln rornorntions. and ill the face of all opposition he raised the of the corporations from $18,000,000 to more than $132,000,000 annually. This re quired a courageous light because corporations as a rule do not lay Hnwn. lmt with their array of law yers they fight to the hitter end; hence tlie record oi iieury m. Dnswnrili will aa down til history as the irrcitest record ever made by any Auditor of the state. siiLUNu: tienrv m. nos- wortli is a practical man; he is a practical farmer; he is a practical huinc!.s man ; he is in position to give to this state intelligent suadpervision and a business-lik- e ministration. THIRD: Henry M. Bosworth stands for riirht he is not con trolled by the Breweries, by the Whiskey 'trust, hy tlie Kauroaus, or other corporations. He stands alone. He is fighting for a principle, and will go down in defeat rather than sacrifice tlat princi- l -2 I --- 1 1 I .". "Take care of the little things the big ones take care of themselves" , Henry M. has always stood for Democratic principles, and he will stand for them at this critical time for the party. To those who believe in this hind of an administration, who believe in this kind of a man, Ilcnry M. Hosworth appeaU for support in the August primary. bomerset Journal. FOURTH: Bos-wor- th SEVERANCE r; MJ &QAT -- STANFORD KENTUCKY . -- a - t it ., -- JL.. JPfl r MJ& Dl. l.JtMiiiiWP V MV ."' r- t' -W V HM-tf- Y' i ?" The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Dm Iraki , Tuesday, July 27, 1915. -- oonidsU of one acre laf land, "with eood Imuse of seven nice? shn'de trees, a few fruit rooms, trees nnl grapevine, on n nice qirito Street within n few Tiumtrod teet of one of the best gnrded school! tn Ccn y ' Tills property Town Properly l Hu.tonvlMe. For Sat ri r Farm and Stock News .jaeaeaHafeaC aaaeaeaeaeaeaeaea . . - rrtjrwUOW .ji ifwf ' 4 V& faaeaeaa, r K towns in Kentucky. Tills plnee hn nn OKtrn forge eUtcrn Hint will itupply any family i the dryest ?enin. If nVt fold privately before September Gth, will offer It lit i'ubltc Auction on tlint day Mpcthor wUh lio?ehJd goods and other thing. MRS. JAS. P. GOOD:, ::uitonville, or GEO. C. COODE, Covington, Ky. P. S. Any one lmvinjr clnim npninat the estate of J.ts. P. (5 no Jo will present wnme, properly proven to the undersigned withn 30 gays. Geo. C. tral Kentucky, tn one of the best SaJeaHfeaW l&W county nt six and n half t six and n cents. A farmers (iiautnunua, that Is to lnt thrc dnys, opened nt Trcntan. President lit II. Cherry, of the Went, ern State Nodrnnl Sfhool, delivered nn nddrot-- s on "Community three-quarter- Dr. Ilujth Held' onts averaged 40 ' burnetii to flic acre. Shell OnMs. of Ilnvle. sold to Col. G. V, Andciran cloven rteori nt $30. WnfcivilU Lutes Miincl liM week d n of hog he bought In C?ey car-loa- A Seven Months' School Term With In creased Salaries For Teachers Per Month HAMLETT'S RECORD IN OFFICE PUBLIC SALE RICH FARM On account of bud health, I will sell without hy-bl- d r icscrvc on Goodc, OOtf. R. S. EUBANK mt nmn wnwu .ol.nnl tuf.nlft LllOVV inc as "The Man Who Took the Public !... ni"i rrof Politic." r.-- - , J. M'Clary School- Mrs. Mary Peace is numbeicd with the sick. Blackberries are very scarce in this part of the county. .Mr. Win. iiiompson had the misfortune to mnsh his thumb. Mr. V. S. Brown was the gue of Mr. Wm. Thompson Sunday. Mis. Bccmi Dctxiy was the guest Sheriff Kinkend and his deputies of her sister, Ida T:iOmpon Sunday. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEIi arrested Samuel H. Edwards, general We are having extremely hot of fhe TidcvvaUr Oil Matflnf, Rugs. Furni- sunerintendent Uayonne. N. J., and weather now, which is vwy disagreeFurniture able. Comnanv nt ture Exchanged all Kindt thirty-tw- o guards, charnwig therm Mrs. EUuJt White is unimproved, fff Stack. her many (ricniN will be sorrv to with inciting to riot. Uearn. PHONE 47 STANFORD. K Tli school here is nrocrcsMinc PUBLIC SALE. vry nkoly wkh Mis Ida'lUward a tt teacher. A agent for the heirs ,of John Several of the folks hero are Ijiiiil. ilrronsoil. I will. offer for sale paring to ntteiwl the ML Vernon nrifair at public outcry, to the highest nnT next wsek. bestrbidder, on the premises at More' Your Property in tke ?W. and Mrs. George Delnney land, Ky their daughter, Mrs. Barbara, Saturday, July 31, 1915. Thompson last Sunday. Mrs. Catherine Hensley was with 'at 2 P. M.. the undivided.' interest of Fire Insurance Co. John Land, deceased, in the.tract oft her purents, Mr. aid Mrs. John Rogland on which Mrs. Kittle Baker noufl ers Saturday and Sunday. of Hartford, Conn., Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Simpson visrcsiues, ucmg n iraci ot uuoul iij aqres, situated rignt at xtioreiana. ited her father. Mr. James Haskins with This land is wcH watered ad a very Llast Saturday and Sunday. .Mirtses Hertha and Nora Brown desirable bedy of kind. SALIN & SftHTH, Agents TERMS made known an day of and IsafceWe Hasty were the delightful nests of Miss Grace Griffin Sunsale. Stanford, Kentucky day. EDWARD AfLCORN, Agent. The little son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. 59-2- t Huttonville. Ky. Thompson has keen christened Ivon Stanley. Mrs. T4iempsen remains fquite ill. Her improvement is very Hlt',l. Ills Journal have the Southern School ntililic , . ilinrniomnion "i"done mum i" one factor, and have than any other always been in lavor oi surcs and opposod to everytliini: which iipht interfere with the HRht of the child to free education. He be UNDERTAKER AND CMBALME1 liever that opportunuy tin;snoHiu din- home brought to the child in Office Phone 167.. Home Phone 3J trret. Ills vouiuy cvnuui "" " now In force, mako It possible for KENTUCKY BTfrMFORD. irh cwwity to build its school system stronc enough to enable every child to prepare for College or Unifar the versity L, Beazley & Co., busing's work, or mercantile practical or home of farm, life while residing In his father s k home. The people arc strong in fhoir endorsement of Mr. Eubsnk's candidacy for the Democratic nomination to the office of Superintendent of Adv. Public Instruction. -- -ui-iii-- ,..o ipivmr 'n time nnil in. vciirs i.. i... his own monuy in the 'frort t" " lev Nop tnc rur.ii wm" - out lor ten '" "" S. II. Uaughman, of this city, has engaged to Jonns Weil, of Lexington, cur liiil of about 30 head of hrlfar to to wifiiin 10 dnys nt J6..17 poumlf. The beeves hundred will wchrh about 700 or 800 jiounds when delivered. Mr. Hnuphman has had them on gnus on hi farm south of Stanford nnd they arc in nice shape. . P. Treudwny, or Montgomery county, lkas recently returned from u trip to the ftistcrn Kentucky lnouii- tflins, where he contracted for over 2,000 sheep to be delivered in August. Me paid SO per heat'. r 1.250 ewes and $5.50 a head for 900 ewes. He nlso bought and hns rocctvsd from J. S Wheeler & Co. 121 ewes at $5.05. Mr. freadway nlso purchased a bunch' of cattle on thu trip, paying from three and a half con: to five cents for cows nnd six nnd n half cents for heifers. MT. ZION. Mrs. Bnllu Adams still continues Tuesday, Aug. 10, 1915 al Two O'clock P. M. my fnrm of 10 acrot, mile weal ef Hdrrodsburg, on excellent pIKo. rieh nnd Ivtghly improved, hns two Inexhaustible well. Now clter j good ctrehnnl; newly fonced nil over; has nice brick nnd frumo Iioiuh; two oxtrn InrRc porchon; good pnntry, etc; now double gnr-ng- e or buggy houso; nuw hen limine; mont house; coal housu nnd No. 1 milk house; Inrge stock barn, IOxCO feet; nil buildings nre either new or This farm is slx-roo- " 'tfW- - 2 iJ overhauled; laud nil In grans; 15 acres virgin nnd ono of "nicest nnd host homes in Central Kentucky and wrll be sold nt the above date nnd plnce for the high dollnr rain or shino. Don't delay coming to seo this fnrm on any day, prior to day of sale, for some one is going to get the linrgnin of their life. Address iil ill. R. L. TODD HARRODSUURG, KY., R. F. D. 3. J. n ru L JOHN I. VANARSDALL. Auctioneer fiWvJT fr 'TWEilllllllllllllllllH - BLUE GRASS FAIR (Incorporated) Lexington, Kentucky ' - Aug. 2nd to 7lh, 1915 ' BARKSDALE HAMLETT WILL DE THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR SECRETARY n.vrksdalo Itamlctt, of Christian County, the leading candidate for the Democratic nomination for Secretary ii State, declares'for Kentucky a seven months' school term, with a per capita of $5 23, an Increase of 75c over last year. The establishment of a seven months' school term with the hicreaee of'tho teachers' salaries, nnd without an Increase of taxation. Is tho greatest educational achievement In tho history pf Kentucky, as well as the greatest llnanclnl achievement, Tho man has taken rank as an expert a wizard nf tinanco among tho leaders of tho Commonwealth. When he went Into odlco four years ago. there was a delclt of several hundred thousand dollars In tho treasury of tlio school fund. He readjusted completely tha system of school tinanco In such a way as to pay off the deficit, to Increase the per capita from J 100 to $5 2.". to pay the teachers promptly eory month a thing nepi done before In tho history of Kentucky; and to accomplish the end for which he has labored for eighteen )ears, that of giving to tho people of Kentucky a permanently established school system with a term of seven month'. Whllo State Superintendent of Public Instruction, he hns established now precedents, serving personally as a leader In the field. He has glum to the people of Kentucky a school free and accessible to every child. In eery rural district In Kentucky. His personal leadership has brought about Improved facilities In tho office of every County Superintendent In Keu-tuck- $20,000 OF STATE. IN PREMIUMS-$20,- 000 MUiet DeVONOA and BALDWIN Lady ArtiiL in the Thriller Act Triple Parachute Leap front One Balloon. THREE ACTS N INSURE vis-.it- ed and mechanical arts, Is a recognized guldo for the conduct of tho schools not only of Kentucky, but for many Old Connecticut I other States. He has accomplished the establishment of county high schools accctsl-bllocated In every county In Kentucky. Ho has stood for and promoted the y THE RUTHERFORB GREATER SHOWS Special Cart 20 300 I'.opl. WEBER'S PRIZE AMERICA BANO OF RUNvNING AND EACH TWO DAY Mammoth Cave. Regular Morning Train, Aug. 11. Round-trip siow. Mr. George Smith, of Bandy, was the guest of his broker. Mr. R. A. Smith Saturday. He also visited Mr. employment of nnd accomplished for the schools of Kentucky the services of teachers of the highest scholarship, character and personality Under his administration o the pub lic school sjstem of Kentucky, there has been a lt,il cooperation of all factors looking to the Improvement of Kentucky's industrial conditions Ho has lent his best efforts to tho building of good roads and to securing the consolidation of schools where-eve- r SENSATIONAL FREE HARNESS RACES GREAT SHOW RINGS AT THE CAPITAL THE HORSE WORLD. : A WEEK OF FUN AND SPORTS OF : REDUCED RAISES ROADS ON ALL FOR ENTRY BLANKS OR INFORMATION, ADDRESS fr phone L. Cave s Wall Paper, Mattings, Druggets. Our Line Is Very Complete. GraHvflle Mvrrell anl were the guests of her parents, Mr. Mrs. Hiram Thompson, of Ottaand FROM STANFORD AND WAY STATIONS wa Saturday night and Sunday. Railroad Fare $4.35. Board at hotel including the routes in the Everyone was sorry to of outing for $9.85. Write or the death of Mr. Matthew learn s $5.50. An Delnney. & N. Agent for particulars. which took place lust Saturday. His death was caused by an injury caused by a buggy being turned over with him. Rev. J. G. Livingston filled his pWe in the pulpit hore last Sunday and irmde an interesting talk to a large audience. Eev. Thornton, of Preachersville, also preached here at three o'clock. He certainly delivered a fine scrmnti, and all said he did eKCollent for such a young minister. Mr. Mrs. two-day- imam Thompson Sunday. William T. Baler, a pioneer citi zens of Putasid, is dead, aged 72. DYER, TENN., MAN SUFFERED 40 YEARS x. PENCE Go To & HILL, Stanford. J, T. Casttcman Finds Hope Fulfilled After Pasolrra Threescore Years. Ho secured a rational and effective compulsory attendance school law. by which the attendaucu In the public schools of Kentucky has Increased more than 35 per cent, placing Kentucky In tho foremost ranks of the States of America for educational and Farris' For Your .Garden Tools jfg and Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right. QET READY FOR THE FAIRS JVou wiH need Shirts, Collars, Ties and perhaps a Palm Beach Sit We have them. J. T. Castleman of Dyer, Term., suffered from stomach derangements for torty years, taking all sorts of medtoinc, 'ollowlng all kinds of medical advice. In all tbo forty years, ho said, ho never had a real good day until he tried Mayr's Wonderful Remedy, Then r lie discovered something. Let his tell about M "Tho first doso of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy caused pall stones to pass from me. I am feeling much better than I have ever before. I am C4 years old and I had never before enjoyed one whole good day. "I would not glvo tho ono bottle you sent mo for all thojdruga and doctors' medicine that Is made." Mayr'a Wonderful Remedy gives permanent results (or btomach, liver and IntestWial ailments. Eat as much and w hatever you like No moro dtetress after eating, prossuro of gas tn tho stomach and around tho heart. Get ono bottle of your druggist now and try It on an absoluto guarantee If not satisfactory money will bu returned. let-to- Industrial progress. The Courco of Study prepared by of b Superintendent Mr Hamlett Public Instruction, embracing tho of agriculture, domestic science tho people. Ono of the chief functions of tho olllce of Secretary of Stato Is membership on the Stato Hoard of (educaIn this capacity he will contion tinue to give his best efforts and services to the ruise of education As u member of the State Hoard of Valuations and Assessments, ns a member of the Sinking Fund Commission, and as n member of the State Printing Commission, Mr Hamlett will serve the peoplo and conserve their finances as he has do no la the managoment of tho school funds of the Stute, and If tho people will elect others like him on these boards. Ken tucky will soon bo out of debt and her finances bo In u most prosperous condition. A young man at the ago of thirty six, having served faithfully for four jetirs In one of thw most Important positions of tru.t In the gift of tin people of K ntuck), ho now the !dprenient 0f his party If the peo pie think he has served them well If his record baa been good, if bis sop ices have been worth anything to the Stato of Keiilucky, then tho peoplo of Kentucky will certainly elect him Secretary of State. s and whenever practicable, that the greatest good might be accomplished at tho least possible cost to John W. Bain, Sec, LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY ln,GmB&tKt'7 i Jl V ""V-Ja fc3alaE5,stnfrt,al PiVMMHtVaHMMaVaMHMnaVHM A Car of Lehigh Just Arrived We have jtrst unloaded a car of Lehigh Portland Cement nt our warehouse. If you arc in the market for cement this is o chance you cannot afford to overlook. Lehigh is a cement which gives you the best value, for it is ground to such a fineness that it makes the strongest concrete. LLnlWlCEMENT has been used on many of the largest municipal and paving contracts throughout the country a good test ofits reliability. ,It will give you the best satisfaction in your concrete work. Come in and let us Figure on your requirements. FOR SALE BY ...MONEY TO LEND... t J. H. BAUGHMAN AV. CO. f.) On Farms in Sums of $2,080 and up. Easy Terms. Apply to .i Bromley & Bromley The Insurance Agents Stanford, Kentucky. Let Us Talk To You About Plumbing and Heating. Now Is The Time. FARM FOR SALE. 1? h an W. E. PERKINS Kentucky nwnniiijinmaumiimCT Crab Orchard i.iiiifTiftMMnaia: T. D. NEWLAND Opposite the v.. Court-House, Wants to sell you an Ice Cream Freezer and Refrigerator. Also your Groceries. Phone us. No. 168. For tha purpose of dividing the o of W. G. KouU, deceased, we offer for wile pivately the farm of 80 acres. This laim Has on it a g.ou roHiduico of fcevon room-;- , two poreh-e- s nod cellar, cistern at door in good repair. Residence has just been painted mid in good lepolr. Good frame barn, 0T)xl feet in first first class condition. On tho place nrc hen Iiouho, meat house, buggy house, tool house and other outbuildings. Thu farm is splendidly waterud with erouk nnd a never-failinspring. ne lund is In u high Mtato of cultiwiUon. Forty acres aic in gnus uud the rest U being f It in located mile West of Peyton's Well, two rilos mile from Kut of Moruland nml pike nt Sam Helm's, It adjoins thu lands of Sam Helm, H. C. Nunnelluy, George Caddis nnd II. F. Martin and Is n most desirable place. W. D. Routt offers for hale 20 acre of lund adjoining this property. This land is a part of the .riginul tract, lying on tho Kant bide mid is unimproved, but is In a good fctuto of cultivation. For further particulars call on J. 11. Routt, W, D. Routt, or George II. Houtt, Moreland, Ky. Tho latter cun be o ound on tho premises. g one-hal50-lm- SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION ll Warner & Bower, Stanford, Ky. CINCINNATI ROUND TRIP and RETURN We Have The Goods And Make The Prices. See Us. ASK ABOUT THE RUBY BALL HEARING SEWING MACHINE, TO BE GIVEN AWAY, AUGUST 2nd. SPECIAL PRICES ON f Sunday, august ist. $1.50 101 FROM JUNCTION CITY A. M. SPECIAL TRAIsN LEAVES JUNCTION ClTYSi35 Aik Ticket Agent for Particular. I!. G. KING, LWr anil Ticket Agent Ky. ALL PRODUCE. i i i i i i i i i i Eait Main St., Lexington, L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. V r a. t .iJJKSfcLw