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J Prlata Mora Tana ITtwi aat Mfl by ra ranters Thia aay Olatf Country Ttft la tka State. li ) No. Established 1 860. 56th Year. The Interior Journal 62. Tata It ?aK k'tka Stou Rmw Toar Saaaetfat'M Fm WkM Date 0 Taw Tlaal latti ; Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, August 3, 1915. Tuesdays and Friday Is k IV i 4 ' LJ I LANCASTER LIt of Election Officers. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Henry Bosworth Withdraws Crab Orchard Spsings. Following Is tho lint of officers! . ... Miss Carrie Miller U the guest of . .r Eight deaths were reported In Philtk nnce. A ftnrafl' The register of tlie Crab Orchard uuuernnpasmi b i Hoard of hlcction Com- Mrs. Jesso D. Wcaren at Stanford. named by adelphia Sunday, caused by tho heat. Spr'mg shows tho following guests missioners tho Cornered Fight Now county nt n Vor Lncoln Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Spcith nro at The temperature was OG. nt tho grand old hcnlth nml (summer mcoring held last week. TTic gentle- Somerset for n visit to friends. A Lexington dispatch says: State Will Johnson, negro was shot five high-clacitizens nnd resort: Mr. Paul I.nnlng, Lexington; men nro all Miss Ruth Waller, of Louisville, h times and dangerously wounded In a Auditor Henry M. Bosworth is out C Mlns Kmma Grigsby, ersatzes; J. M. the hoard ii to ho congratulated on here for a visit to Mrs. J, E. Dicker-so- n fight nt n danco at Ford, Clark coun- the race for tho Democratic nomination for Governor, lenvihtf tho con-- , them. its nnd other relatives. ty. Ilailcy, Danville; .!. M. Wakefield, Wic good work In selectingof Fitch With primary" in the hands men, Mrs. Lizzie Frank nnd Miss Joe Tho health survey under wny In test to former Congressman A. 0. Shelbyville; C. It. Wason. Cincinnati; thcro should ho no,doubt nbout it be-- Hord Frank ef New York arc the Hell county has developed many cases Stanley, of Henderson; Licutentant g D. I'Hrdon, Spriri.ritcld; K. S. held fairly nnd every candidate guests of Mr. Joel Walker. of trachoma, tuberculosis and pclla-Kr- Governor Edward J. McDcrrsott, of Louisville, nnd Harry V. McChesney, Mrs. W. T Malone and children lone, Lebanon; H. Nicholas; Lcxtng - Kttiiij his lull strength Bright, havo roturned to Campbellsville, nf- No. 1. John Stanford The body of Charles Becker, who of Frankfort, tho latter advocating! II. T. Prowitt, Manchester; H. S. ton; prohibition, nnd tho ether sheriff; Al&Sevornncc, judge; Aden to Mrs. Wm. nail. a was executed Friday for tho msirder Btntc-wid- c Hills, Manchester; Joiin r.iorns, .ins. Itigncy, judge: Al. Tlorence, clork. tor visit Mrs. Maria Kirby and Misg Kuth-nrln- o of Herman Rosenthal, was taken to two urging the county unit law an tho Thos. Wlnburn, Now Cnntlc,; Peel, Stanford,? No. 2. K. C. Hockor, limit of legislation on the liquor quesKinnnnird aro a nomo aftor a his wife's homo in Bronx. Hon Pollnrd, Kmincnco; W. II. Camp-bulnheriff ; J. 1U Woods, judgo; John El- visit to Mrs. W. R. Uurnside n't An agreement has been rencned tion. II. Scott, Vornim Hcverly, J. lis, judge; It, L. Davison, clerk. ,nt, tfnJlnnil o that Americans fas- - Bosworlh's is tho third withdrawal In n roeont edlteriul in tho Pente- - in one of tho greatest cnutea for Cnmpbollsville; Arnrt Ln Master, No. ,1. Henry Fields, Stanford, The Grrnrd County Teachers' In- mers can obtain sugar beet seed from from tho race, Prof. Henry Hardin which Christians can pray and the Hollo Thomas, Lake Kiivnnnugli, G. al Humid, Dr. Morris, president Cherry, of Bowling Green, and Comfnr litn venr'a cron (itisons cwn votfr the cause of n so- - j y McUade, James Hood, Mnrron henff; W, T. Tucker, judgo; Ed. stitute is being hold here this week. Hubbard, judgo; J. F. Cummins, Prof. E. C. MeDougaL of Richmond, of Wllmuro Collei. hud the follow- ber anil irnsperuiia Suto the prolil- - Dnuthitt, 11. K. Houme, Joe n As the. rosult pf ft succession of missioner of Agriculture John W. is conducting it. ing ff ront internal in regard to the lawloss nets within n comparatively Novvmnn. of Frankfort, having qul( of tho liquor traffic In all of fi0l,l, Jamc Hania, John Cox, .1. W clerk. Stanford, No. '4. R. M. Blnckor-bMImos Ollie Phillips and Lucile recont porlod, leading citizens of Haz several weeks ago. governor's rare in KentiwUy- 1U forma. Summer, C. Harrison, N. P. Scott, ... shcrifC M. II. Ilcnzloy, judge; Wilknson, of Last night in Louisville -- ii$ford C. Rewntly Kentucky Distiller' 'The liquor mon are whining over Lewis Crabb, New Castle; II. M. Mac. RoyaUV, juikro; Wm. Cordler, of Nieholasvillo,Liberty and Miss Bell, ard nave lormcu n law un wu Bosworth. Stale Flro Marshal nnd nre memJiors of n met in UmmvHc and adopt-ot- l the financial lowes which will comoIIet L. I). Ashley, A. S. Morgan. II. clerk. lioufc party at tho home of Mrs. Jack Dr. Thomas L. MeDermott, member manager of his brother's campaign, resolutions ngainat Mr. to them. They tell us of Hie vats K. Sweeney, G. V. Uobbltt. John rir 11. Powell, Cnsey. Hustonvilfo, No. of the Louisville UontM oi riuuie-Safct- signed asttitcment of withdrawal for II. V. MeChosney, randldiitc for nom- sum of money that have invesloil in Walker. Newton Iliight and wife, sheriff; D. ,0. Lewis, jucluc; W. II. The Misos McWlrortcr cntortalned nnd brother of Lieut. Gov. the Auditor, but he declined to ncccpt ination for Governor. No higher the traffic. Whore did they got this J. G. Snnford and wife, Mrs. M. W. Rigney, judgo; T. J. Bell, clerk. nt a socinl affair at thoir home at McDofmott, died Sunday of cancer of it. could bo pruned upon any monoy? Was It in Ivuitimnte trade? Wilkin, Kmlnenec; Frank Hiifrnn, Jno. HiistonvlMc, No. 'i. Nathan Hicks, Pnlnt Lick in compliment to their vis- the throat. That statement cintnined expres.Mrs. .Mrs. look, cltUon of tho State of Ki-taek- y Did the people from whom those mil- Hicks, judge; W. P. liMiff; An nncicnt temple thought to have sions favorable to the candidacy of asking for office, ..uin that the lions wuru xottou rcceivo an eipial Ncbel Lnugly, Mins May Ray, Leban- Carbon, John. G. M. Pcavyhou1.', itors, Misses Patterson and Hager, of Judge; Paintsvillc. been creeled in the feign of Rnmeses A. 0. Stanley. Dtatillera' Association of the State value In exchange for their money? on; Miss Susie McFnrland, K. II. Kay, I Mrs. Haydcn Leavell prclded at a 11, has been uncovered at Momphis, Clifford Bosworth and others con.i 1. ...,..,.., l,im It. iii well undor- - No. Every ilollnr of it represents rob- IiOiiisvlllo: Mrs. Anderson. Nicholns- - clerk. shcr- Wm. HustonviIIe. 3. in honor of Mr. nnd with tho Auditor for sovcral tlmi the man who excite tho; bery and worse than robbery. It is far villo: Mr. nnd Mrs. Lctton Vermont, it(r Sam Helm, judgo: Moscr, Coy. course dinner Arnold, a recent bride Egypt, by the University of Pennsyl ferred Monday, , BWOTI in! S. II. nnd late that evening Mrs. Wulter hours vania exposition. , Imtradand opposition of the nisuicra i,ottrr to mnn'a money from William Ijiyson. Jr., Jlise Florence J1"''go; Lee 'Manning, clerk. nnd groom. A number were invited to Three more bodies were recovered tho following, signed by II JL BosMl.. U.,..rnl All..,, M.I- pl,Ull nt ,H ,en(i Aaaoflation skould win the continence , )U pocUt with HustonviIIe. No. 4. J. L. Beck. share Mrs. Leavell's hospitality. n Sunday from the Chicago river where worth, was given to the press: Jackson-Tilllersliurg; J. Thos. th,ln to tnko bin money from his ami apprttval of all good men . J. Duncan, judge; sheriff; Mrs. reachie Onstntt Vnught, n the Eastland tragedy occurred. The "To the Democratic voters of Ken wj,ky bottle at his mouth. Flu.; Mrs. C. D. Clemont. Mrs Yocum, judge; E. O. Gooch, clerk.Jns. for tho home, the church, tne kcl u, former resident- - of Gnrrard, died at Rcdficld inquiry and Federal grand tucky: whoel, the best financial ami moral. Thoru u 0 ;arojy in the State of G. D. Iieckman, Miss Virginia Moore, No. Crab L. King, Crossing, Ind. The jury prob will bo resdmed. at "The race for the Democratic nomKentucky who would not prefer to Lucy Clemoht, Mr. Clay Simpson, sheriff; Orchard.Howard, judge; Cal. her homewerePans inturoau oi tno oinic IIML brought hero and inremains Triplets, boys, were born to the ination for Governor of this great nmupliH? to have llio have their men folks come home at Lexington; Lee Wash, Midway; Sa Nevius, judgo; J, B. Corum, clerk. It If n little terred in the Lancaster cemetery. wife of Joe Bowling, Brush Creek, commonwealth is rapidly drifting; has Association oxptesslnir, niL'ht sober, bnvintr been robbed bv a rah Chennult. Kirhmnnd; Mr. nnd Crab Orchard, No. 'J. M. M. PerDiitlllora Miss Cecil Bowling, of Brynntsville say, tnto n straight- named drifted I and earnestness, holdup, than come home at night Mrs. Lewis Johnston, Versailles; H. kins, sheriff; Babe Dellordc, judge; entertained nt n picnic at High Bridge Wednesday. They have been are do- out fight might preservation of tho xslth Mich eloquence for the James, Dewey and Louis. All County Unit law. drunk and brutal, having been robbed C. Dunvent, J. P. Hott, C H. Wilson, Henry Hubbard, judgo; Simeon its npproval of the in honor of her attractivo guest, Miss ing well. county unit kivv qs against the adopMt. Vernon Signal. As- - by a saloon-keepeLery brick in , Smithfield; II. W. Clubb, Arthur clerk. , You would almost think it was an Mattie Woods, of Paint Lick. About prohibition. . .. .. niirfinan fnr every distillery nnd warehouse In tho Alexander, I Thre Americans were killed by tion of state-wid- e Marion Kaught, Pleas-Stat- e Wnyncsburg, No. 1. G. F. Per- 20 couples enjoyed the outing nnd the shell fire on board the British ,;. Hocmtiou orK'11" "".. '""' I huve. after taking counsel with of Kentucky represents the urevillo; J. W. Iluh, Lcn Wilhite, kins, sheriff; R. Y. Ballard, judge; bountiful dinner prepared. liquor tcaffic the nupprosslon of tho according to the official Wst friends, arrived nt the conclusion that forblood and tears of the men, women Tom Wilhite, Cristy Wnlking, E. O. J. R. Williams, judge; T, J. HutJe-so- n, W B. Burton, the prominent horse of dead. The facts In the case have it is better that I sacrifice my per The people of Kentucky have not of Kentucky and children on uhns wreck and ruin 'Jackson, J. W. Moore, J. M. Jackson, clerk. gotten how that nnd mule dealer of Lancaster, con- been placed before President Wilson. sonal ambition than to endanger the power vu u,.-.- 1 the wealth of the liquor interests has ill. F. Jackson, Ckas. Scobce, Hobert in Wnynesburg, No. 2. Dan Gooch, tinues his purchases of war animals, did everything ... Plans to prevent diseases caused by welfare of the party which I love and itr.1. Hill thov con- - been erected. r. jChnndlor, Hobert Hunloy, Kobert sheriff; W. C. Alford, sheriff; M. D. having just collected n car load of : poso xnc iraiiij v""the war from spreading to the Unit- desire to continue in power nt FrankPnrkherst, Kmincnce; J. T. Jeffrie Walls, Clerk; Jas. Dye, judge. . "well reijulnt-- c Mr. McChcwcy, enndidnte for nonv horses and hybrhls which he shipped ed States will be discussed at the inue to talk about the and nt Washington. of Ination for Governor of the State of ll"d wife, Calvin Jeffenc, Cambbclls- Wayncsburg, No. 3. D. R. Adams, from that place last Friday for ex- meotinp of tho Public Health Offi fort I saloon" and the "legal control" "Therefore I hereby withdraw . a. seem to for- - Kcntucky. dares to lift his vole Yilc; i. li. jiumi, a. uusn, ,i trnt Tim shertff; M. S. Bastin, judge; James port to the European War zone. cers' Association to be held in Roches- from the contest for the nomination. Adams. ut Boone; judge; C. D. Warficld, clerk. Miss Sue Shelby Mason gave a ter, N. Y. get that the country knows that the against this awful traffic and tho U"J. K. C.Kay Pollard, "You have thrice nominated and . Crave bunch, from distiller riot nnd ruin it has wrought thrugh- - - 'arson, handsome garden party on Friday af-wholo whisky George Wyatt, one or the nest twice elected me to important ofBices c- Ed. nt all Interested out the length and breath ofthe land; Mnlticw:?', ',nmc,s,.n BOWEN ternoon at her home on Lexington known citizens of to snloenlst, arc not county, is in the administration of the affairs: proM. Young, """"is. W. Pollard, A. in compliment to In the enforcement of any law to in- and, as might be expected, tho liquor V. Fannie He was in the commonw ealth, and dend, and sale of I. Pollard. Cavertland Port Itoynl; to Mrs. room. Dunn is still confined strcet Frank, of New York. Miss Joe of theaged 57. C. railroart the employ of appreciative of the honorI am deepIntcrcaH rush to the rcscuiv the About 76 Hord her hibit the manufacture you havo for many ly Q. & rescun of what? Their own sdfish In-- 1 J- - Aldndge, John ) oune, Th farmers In this vicinity aro bad- guests were assembled and were lav- years nnd was held In high esteem by thus bestowed upon me. It is this aptoxicating drinks. they want is dirty I A. C. King. M. L. Morns. A. It. llond-dime- s ly in need of rain. what ish in their praises of Miss Mason's that company. preciation, coupled with my leve of The bluster and hypocrisy of the terests nml bloody dollnrs. mont, Will Moore, J. W. Wilkinvon, Mr. Charlie Nunnelloy has return- gracious manner of entertainment. In making and selling Dr. J. C. Hexamer, of Philadelphia, our party, that has prompted me to . S. T. Force, Mr. Jennings. John nob- - ed peoTtrong drink will not decehc the V. A. Lear, Lancaster's hustling criticized the United States for If hU liquor ntcrests of thscoun-- ; from n prospecting trip to Mon-tantake this step, which I am constrained h' u R r nichcttS( ,j stock exporter, shipped a carload of war munitions to Europe, at to believe may be a long stride in tho ple of Kentucky any longer; and this ry should roceno a telegram from L or the the devil that so many dnink-FA"- "' " t".. t... 0(lhann Arthu; Sirs. Mitchell and her attractive Lhogs from Lancaster Thursday, there the prcl'minary meeting of the Na- - direction of party unity and Demo c c.i meeting nnd pronounciation & Z' .a.1'" daughter, of Bowling virecn, are the being S5 hend in the lot, the porkers tioani uerman-Amentu- ii liquor men of the State ought to ralli nrds had been sent to hell through .VSV:L1.-V,","V,,i?uAiumitu m cratic success in November. McChesney the operations of their cmft, that in " pounds, and having nveraeirtv' Vl "With the knowledge that thousto the standard of Mr. and condi-tioMr and A rs. . L guests of Mrs. Robert Crow, for a few. cost Mr. Lear $7.40 per hundred: the Son Francisco, us , i .. !'.i t their ectioon of perdition brimstone ot Victor Murdock, chairman of the ands of you ore anxious to indorse men of nil parties, ..!.. uays Misses Sue Anna Smithvvick and swine went to the Cincinnati firm of Progressive National Committee, in a my faithful service in the interest of Kentucky wnntj a Governor wa, becoming exhausted and the fires Carpenter. Jnmc. CastleV J Frances Sandidgo were the week end I Hubbard. Haus & Ragsdale. Mr. Lear statement Sunday declared that the the people, especially by several who Is thoroughly out of harmony w ero going out. nnd that after sever- -' ',, s "I double decker of minions weight with the snloon nnd all or its with the al tests he had found thnt Kentucky I P, J. guests of Misses Elizabeth and Eloiso also shipped n 75 pound3,and cost ranks of the Progressives had not years endeavor to equalize theto com, i?,ynFlor llnrncttc last week at HustonviIIe. whisky would make n hotter fire than 5, lambs averaging and thoroughly In hatmony been broken and that a full ticket of taxation in this state nnd W. Hell and wife, , Since the opening of the Moore's around 57.35 per hundred, n pel tho powerful corpdrations" ownwould be out in the field in 1910 homes of the people nnd woman- brimstom-- and he wnnted to order ence Pen, C. Hollnnd, CampliellsliurR' school three weeks ago, with Miss Mr. Letcher Christopher, of this of our manhood and strong at onci fifty millions of gallons of J. L. Williams, rleasurcville; F. The cruiser Tennesson returned to ing tho railroads nnd other public serwhisky to continue the torment of hood from the ravagos of Ben Gutcrman, Blanche Harnett as teacher, there has nlnce. formerly of Somerset and Miss port Friday after nearly a year's vice companies to pay their just proIot dunknrds, and thnt he would W. A.Wm. Guterman,W. Akins, H. R been an increase in enrollment from Ella Henry alsqjof this city motored cruise in tho war zone, ui tne o,' portion of the tax, I cannot refrain drink. McCarty, J. Thursday artcrnoon and guarantee to pay the dihtillers an ex- Owens, Unity-eigto fifty at the saying that I have been relucMr. McChesney is a 'tW known J. S. Owens, Brent Wnlker, J est and competent sjx. With an earn- 'to Danville in marriage. The happy 8G7.000 carried abroad the reliefout from to tra fifty cents on each gallon at once, .caclier and the were united of tant take this step, but having so break of the war for cltUcn. a man of broad culture and every ditiller in tho Stato would put C. Hoycr, Campuellsburg; Clay couple left at once for Somerwho that is has procn ...,rii.. rhnractur. Hennd tru.twor- - on extra force, run day and night. Garnett Roberts. Grovcr Rob hearty cooperation patrons beingpupils young visit the croqm's parents. The Amcricnns only $1C9,000 remains. a decided I now release, all whom wero set to both by the they and pledged to mo to vote for Will Stanley, a negro arretted on hlnuelf an intelligent nr.lnra n n .1 (... r. .!..! f erts. Jim Koberts. Winifred bewell is no icaJo"nwhy we'should not havo groom is an industrious young man, charge of murdering the thee Grimes shall choose, hoping that it may I.....I a" pil to cleaning children at TcBiple, Texas, was taken ami' ruin 'ih. a most successful school year, which being engaged in the dry to the best interest of the parSSlffto Sj is the young from the Ihathc" liquor traffic Fhas wrought leep tho fires burning on the mUcr- - Justice courtroom at mid- ty. Hethe hsn.: we all want, bhould expect. However, ijus4e, while the bride i IS Vo grand ohl Commonwealth of able souls they have already blasted. J"mTcI this community is a part of the coun- est daughter of Mr. ad Mrs. bolon night and was burned on the public "ThankinK all of my friends for Henry , v .. ,.!?. Ili 1 renlizos that inloxicai- - . pj0.- this is not exaggerated sneech.,,1'VIIICI, VIIUIU1IIUVKU, Tr,n . m.o . a ty nnd state and in order to make out B. nsid of this place and quite pret- square in the piesence of thousands their loyal support, I am very respecti,.,t.,,.o Willi., .i styli'h in appearance. ....l., ....., lanvnrtv. I hey would do it. lhey have poured 'unouudings what wc would have ty fully. of men and women. ing iirink na muuiv Krlmn r rk amj son Louisville; S. C Alex Walker, vnopuctor of the them, we mut not neglect our duty "H. M. Bosworth." Eleven mon were killed and six indolwic. rtihoase nml their liquor into their feilowmcn Johl(stoI1 Lebanon. illStemcy, Lanensksr Mill & JMcvator Co. reports seriously injured at the Patterson in the coming election. . The sentiment of politicians who . doath as no other arency of S.itan or wfeen they knew it mwant their ruin Inthe l'J15 Garr.ad vvhont crop as line of the. United Coal Company at last night heard of the withdrawal Circus In Hnrd Luck, all other evil influcncos combined he-- and their eternal ruir. herrftor;l ferior, and his firm as only making EIi7aheth, Pa., when a cable carrying was that this action makes Stanley's William Thomas Manuel Dead. ,,,. ,,1,iPi1 ;, nnw tnv. hivvo done. Ho knows, as every other selflshnei. tho love of gold, like u T. citlxen. that siftiit ln nolnn nltl rT 4ltrm nU mill William Thomas Manuel, one of limited purchases, there having been a train broke on the incline. The enrs nomination a cinch. intelligent, ' Perrv county anil othei refusals in foiiic instances. This comClifford C. Bosworth last night for there is no one thing which would th.-.- r the human race Sim ti wo l.,ten t,o Mountainous country, showing at all the bent citizens of the East End, pany had deliveries of the bread ce- crashed into a party of men at the mouth of the mine. whines? Shall their abuse of a , , ,, turned over to tho Stanley people his died Sunday afternoon after a pro, much for our Stato ak the ;,th moan so Un Thursday by Stato Senator Joe Bosworth, of precinct organization, nnd it is stattracted illness of a complication of real made to them List 1...1. vt utter prohibition of the manufacture, ober, intelligent citizon wenrh a fea- - ,u,'.i' Ul :n IUIRi Jl 111 'Win. in t .i: NllltlS I'lTlll. Marsee, Moses Borton. G. R. mlo and di inking or intoxicating liq- thorV weight with fathers and sons county the other day one of the ele- troubles, aged 04. He is survived by John M. Sanders & Rogers, John Mor- Middlcsboro, has withdrawn fiom the ed that today he will address a letter race as a Republican enndidate for to the loyal workers o the Bssworth uors. With the courage of his convic- who loOe their families and stand for phants went over into the fanrnxV his wife, and oight living children, Sparks. camp . tions, he has championed the cause protection of their homes and the field of corn, ucgnn devouring it, and four children having preceded him in ris, J. N. Teater and Silas Hammonds, representative from the Ninety-thir- d quotation being Si per district, leaving the race between J. the nrcscnt of the people against the most selfish, prosperity of tho State? paid no heed to the rocks thrown nt tho journey to the grave. Mr. Manuel bushel, though some or Wic very best M. Muncy, r, of Hyden nnd G. C. Leg Mangled By Train. Pro- him by the fanner anil his family was one of those modest, tetiiing prejudiced, hypocritical and dangerWe intend to have State-wid- e 1915 Garrard wheat of Perry county. ous foes that n man can confront. He hibition in Kentuiky. We nre Ured of from tho hillside nbove. The keeper men who did good where he found the crops of the much as Si. 10 per bus"Eve" Wren, aged about 25, had as The Rock Island Co., has been plac- one of his legs mangled by a freight !b concluding a viggorous, clean, manthe ruin and rage, the poverty and finally got him out and the fainu-- oppotutiity nnd said nothing nbout commanded ed in the hands of a receiver. The running over it Friday night, ly campaign of the Stato. Ho has not disease, the crime of men and the wns paid for tho corn destioyed. In it. He was a christian gentleman and hel. Myers, aged 74 Rock Island Company, capitalized at train Cantain Wren, been the candidate of any clan of wreik of homes brought on by the Perry county the whole regiment of a devout member of the Pino Grove years, died Isaac M. city S 150,000.000 was a holding company jut this side of Shelby City. of tho at his home near this politicians or the reprcentntive of whisky traffic. We intend to drive it men had to be gathered from the Christian church. Eld. J. G. Livingwho is from tho East End complia organized to take over control of the county, was drinking ami had gone to any mnchine or political boss. He is out ofthe State. The election of Mr. countryside to pull tl.e henvv wagons ston, who had known him for years after a general decline ofan Chicago, Rock Island nnd Pacific sleep on the inilioud track. A freight to tho high offico to over. While en route from that place and who preached his funeral, says cation of licenses. He was tho representative of the people of MiChexney Kentucky. Ho stands for everything which he aspires will be one of the to Hindmnn, in Knott county, two of he was one of the best men he ever fedciatc soldier and always a staunch railway, the operating company. train struck him, and the enginner that menus prosperity, n sober home, most powerful blows ever struck the elephants walked out on the Lost knew. The burial occurred in the democrat. Four daughters. Miss bailie. seeing what had happened, stopped Fancy Dress Ball a Success. improved methods of trnvel. hotter against the whisky demon in our be- Creek bridge nt tho same time, and Pennington burying ground Mondaj Lou Myers, of this city, Mesdamcs nnd putting the man m the cab of his . schools, a more progressive, industri- loved Commonwealth. Tho primary the bridge gave wny, letting tho big afternoon in the presence of a large J. Grohman, of Stockton. Cal., J. The nnnual fancy dress ball at engine, took him to Junction City, Ore., and K. Springs Thursday where Dr. Steele was called. Dr. ous, larger life, and happier, more election takes plaie August 7th. Let animals fall several feet Into the number of admiring friends of the c-- i Vannetta, of Portland, survive. De- Crab Orchard II. Ware, of Cincinnati broujjht to Stanevery wimest minister of the gospel swollen stream. This angered the client gentleman. contented people. of the most successbrother-in-lathe night was one years. The costumes Steele ordered him of ceased was a ford and he was taken to tne CampIn this cditorinl we do not propose who loves tho homes of tho people pachydeims ho much that they pickD. Hearn. ful of many late Cincinnati banker, J. No More Court Day Sales. very bell House, near tho dujiot, where he to undertako to show the superiority nnd the souls of the people fall into ed up the heavy bridge tsinoers with wife were handsome and artistic and twice married, his The institution of Court day sales He wa Miss Harriett Bexter,first Mer- original. The firs prizo was won by with tho aid of Drs. Brown and cf Mr. McChesney over other cnndi-date- s line. Let every statesman, who is not tlur trunks nnd thirw mem helter-skelte- r, of being seeking tho nomination for a mere political demogoguo, but who scaring nil the keepers away. in Lexington, which for more than cer county and the second Miss Sallie Miss Mnvme Bunks, of Hillcsboro, O. Southard, amputated tho mangled She impersonated a scarlet clothes member just above the knee. Wren Governor. Tho contrast could bo wishes tho prosperity and happiness At another point n negro by tho a century has been one of the pictur- Welch of "Danville. pin girl. The cap, which was a gaunty was taken to Crab Orchard Sunday, strikingly drawn and, aside from the of the people, let every man who nnmo of Peebles, while helping with esque sights on historic Che.ipside, affair, was buterflii, of clothes pins, where he is said to be doing as well great cause of sobriety and the pence vviaits his wife and children to have the lion's cage, got his foot between made famous by James Lane Allen Owners. Melons For Tord both beautiful and original. The gen- as could bo expected. He was either and prosperity which it would bring, food and clothing. Ii'm sons to be hon- the iron bars, and the rlon came very und other authors, Is to be abolished Last year the announcement was tlemen's went to Mr. Elsey, of Lou- drunk or stunued, as doctors could it would be easy to show that Mr. Mc- orable, his daughters to become the near eating it off before he was forc- and tho courthouse square cleared of Chesney in his qualifications for tho wives of sober and decent citizens, ed to desist by being hit in the hunt! stock, express wagons and miscella- made that if the sales of Fords autos isville. He wns a Kentucky colonel. get nothing intelligible out of him for mark by August Thu other prizes for fancy dicsse a long time. Earlier in the evening high place he seeks, lowers above his stand up nnd stand together, while nil with an nx. The was badly neous meichnndise offered for sale reached tho 300,000 e Wren was threatened with arrest by opponents us a mountain above mole- the women pray and on August 7th, wounded and tho lion died two days on Court day, if an ordinance which 1. 1915. a rebate of no mean amount cd small girls, wero won by Miss the City Commissioners directed City would bo paid to each puchaser of hills. Uutr at tho present time, the with God's good help, wo will strike later from tho effects of the blows. Anderson and Miss Manly, of the Junction City marshal on account of his intoxicated condition, but on Attorney Deiiay to dinft immediately n Ford between then nnd August 1. Lexington. fact musit not bo lost sight of thnt the most bitter nnd tyrannical foe tho promise that ho would leavo is nppiovcd. Commissioner of Police The other day tho announcement was the people of Kentucky nre rallying thnt Kentucky has ever had, a blow G. B. Likrnt Only Candidate Trom reachrrom which it cannot recover. town, he was given the chance, which e made that the figures hud been Selling Oxerlands. directed Chief of around this jirincely standard-beare- r Congret!onnl District Wnller II. Huntnotify Fourth Reagan to all exprexs wag- ed nt the factory nnd that the comM. S. Baughman was "going some" proved a costly one to him. At tho last presidential election on proprietors nnd others who havo pany would soon begin tho distribuafternoon, selling three the Fourth Congiessional District for years been permitted to occupy tion of $15,000,000 to Ford owners. Monday touring cars between 2 and 5 Littlejohn's Street Fair Pleases. cast 21,932 votes for Woodrow Wil- space on the courthouse sqirare to Several hereabouts will get thcir's. Lrttlejohn's Street Fair and Carnio'clock. The purchasers wero all Gar- h of tho entiro Demo- remove elsewhere. son, tard county men and wero Jonn r. val Co. has come tmd gone und there Mark Your Ballot Like This For Governor: Reduced Rates To K. of P. Fair. cratic vote in Kentucky, and it has Holtzclaw. Will Dukerson. II. Clay is only left a pleasing memory of the The L. & N. will give reduced rates Sutton. "No trouble to sell Over- - man and his company. Mr. Littlojohn never failed to give loval support to Splendid Apples. to Jhc Knights of Pythias Fair to be lands: the trouble is getting them to does not carry boozers or other nil Democratic nominees. In the PriMrs. Lee II. Stono has our thanks on Aug. 18. 19 and mary election to bo held on August nt u basket of tho best eating apples helft A Stanford sell," snhl Mr. Haughman, as he gave toughs with him and tho hangers-o- n one nnd a 7th, the Fourth District has but one for have wich attracwho Vie tued in many u day. They 20. the rate of trip will bo third fares tho names of tho gentlemen tho aio so frequently found withfor their abmado fiom round candidate seeking tho nomination for are known us tho Birkett apple and for Over tions aro conspicuous Corbin nnd nil intei mediate points to now sporting new cars of n Stato office, and .that is G. 11. good and ckvaif (Advertisement) sence. His shows nre Mr. Birkett Mershon, Stanford ami also from Lebanon land kind. of Ohio county, who aspires to were named by to his and ho will find vvar.-- welcome in livgdnc lone tke office of Secietary of State. Mr. ed onsince farm which reward. Ho to Junctain and Richmond nnd points Stanford should he want to play a now belongs tho Fine Chickens for Lextngwn fair. , Likens will have tho united support J. Fleece Robinson Col, Walton Sniigu-neLarge Crowd Heard Dr. Walker. jtnr White Ook between to Stanford. This should bo John Owsley Reld, who has the return date. To give the public an Upon his return yesterday from a of tho Fourth District democracy. His schoobhnuso, where, the Birkett ap- nn Inducement for those from a dis finest ch ckens to bo found anywhere, idea of tho manner of man Mr. Littlo-joh- n Dr. D. M. Walker, pastor of the tance t nttend tho best fair in this qualifications, his personal integiity, is, we will relate a little incident Christian church, (.poke at Columbia campaigning trip to tho thriving his party loyalty nre not ocelled by pro first grew. Mr. Mershon married section of the State. sent forty-tw- o of his best ones to tho yesterday in the interest of State- towns along the Lexington & East- any other candidate running in the a relative of Mrs. Stone, who is proud Lexington rnir Monday, Among the Tho wifo of ono of his employes hnd McChesney, ofthe vnsicty of apple because it .was wide prohibition nnd Mr. lot me utkenvclders, Blue AndulusI some dental work done while here. Desnondencv Due to Indigestion. ern railroad Jackson nnd neighbor- August Primary. He wii3 preparing to leave Stanford first introduced by her kinsman. who is running on that platform for "About three months ago when I ans, Buff Leghorns, White Crested without paying tho tooth puller, when A stionger enndidate or more proing points Col. W. P. Walton, of tho nomination for governor. Ho tells was suffering from indigestion which Black Poltshs, Buff Orpingtons and Mr. Littlejohn got wind of ills intcn-ton- s. this city, enndidate for the Democrat- ficient officer could not bo selected. The Clerk Guaranteed It. us that un immense audience greeted caused headache and dizzy spells and White Leghorns. At tho Stato Fair Stato Tho Fourth District has no Democrat Ho culled up tho fellow and told him and that he never spoku to a ic nomination for Secretary of pleas- now holding un elective Stnto offico "A customer came into my store made me feel tired and despondent, last year Mr. Held won nine blue rib announced that he was so well the other day and said to one of my 1 began tahlng Chamberlain's lab- - bons on ten shows nnd he hopes to do him if the debt was not liquidated more enthusiastic one. Tho crowd ed with his forthwith, ho would bo fel canvasA so far that he nt Frankfort, and unless Mr, Likens cleiks, 'have you anything that will was estimated nt Clio to 700 und he lets," writes Mrs. Geo. Hon. Macedon, quite as well at tho Blue Cass fair. Ho low knew thnt his bossfired. Thebusiin declaring that he Is nominated It will not bo representfelt meant cure tUinhoea? and my clerk went N. Y. '"Tliis medlcino proved to be the will go over during the week. was accorded u most enthusiastic would justified nominee be the ness and ho lost no timo in paying the Secretary ed on the Stato ticket. Vote for him. und got kjm a bottle of Chnmberlaiu's by Dr. for welcome. Ho was introduced evry thing I needed, as ono day's bill. Pity it is there are not more tho of not nlono because he, is tho only canthe ChrisSaufley After Them. ',. T. Williams, pastor of Dr. Walker of State on "I amDemocratic side my didate from tho Fourth District but Colic, Cliolein and Diarrhoea Rem- tratment relieved mo gteatly. I used the house. in the country. confident of edy, und said to him, 'if this does not ftvvo bottles of Clumbei Iain's Tablets tian church of that city. Deputy Collector Rowan Snufiley is asserted Col. Walton. because he is tho best man to nomi- cure you, I will not rhaigo you a gays that most all of the lawyers in nomination," blind-tigObnot only making tho way of tho and they ml mo of this trouble." G3.lt Adv. nate. Does Make A Difference. cent frr it.' So hu took it home nnd tainable everywhere. Columbia aro for McChesney and that On this trip he Invaded the Tenth keeper hard, but Is new gather"And jet. after all what difference came back in a day or two and said he the sheriff's offico Is tho dry candi- Congressional district, theD. home of Recommends ing in many violators of the drug law. does it make where a man lives?" Colic Chamberlain's Stato Senator Arnott, was cured," vviite3 J. II. Berry & Co., date's headquarters. He thinks Aifciir whom ho regards Charres strongest opSaufley is makiig Collector Hughes With The Boy Scouts. rank-foas his "It makes all the difference in tho Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy will go overwhelmingly for tho I' Salt Creek, Va. Obtainable everyHarry Reinhart uccompanied W, a fiuo mun. Danville Messenger. world," said the cynic. "The only fact "I never hesitate to recommend where. candidate, who la sometimes ponent, und right in the "enemy's P. Tato, M. S. Baughman, Jr., Jumes that is remembered about Diogoned dubbed the "machine" entry In the country" ho suys he received many Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnd DiReleased On Bond. Ilailcy und John Reld McKinney to today is that ho lived in u tub." big race. Dr. Walker made tho trip pledges of support, which ho regards arrhoea Remedy," writes Sol WilTor A Sprained Ankle. Mrs. Mattio Henson, whoso examValley Viow, where they will spend through in Henry "Ford" Anderson's us a most encouraging sign. Earlier liams, morthunt, Jesse, Tcnn. "I sell days vyith the 75 to 100 boy ining trial for killing Robert Crouch Lightning Killed Mare. If vou will get a buttle of Cham Ford, with Mr, Anderson at tho steer- in tho week Col. Walton made u trip mote of it than of any other prepara- berlnln's Liniment and observe tho di- - some ten ure there under tho chup occupied utmost two days of tho Lightning struck and killed a fine scouts that ing who.cl and had smooth sailing go- through Owen, Can oil and Hemy tions of like character. I havo used it rections given therewith f althftillv. f erouagu of Stanley Harris, State Boyle county court, wus held to the' mare for'J. F. Tamme Sunduy night. ing coming. Ho Is fery much delight- counties and was delighted with the myself and found it gave Ime more have ever you vviill recover in muc:i lejs time OonuiiWipner of Hoy Scouts. The grand jury tu tho sum or 2,6U0. Tho Tho animal wus on grass and was than anything else ed with Adair county people and enthusiastic reception no received in tried for tho same purpose." Obtain- than is usually required. Oblahiab'e -- r jtw fellowg ure haying a great bond was furnished and Mrs. Henson found dead under a tree which hud thinks Columbia nn excellent little that part of tho ' isao bathing, fishing, etc. . released. everywhere. been torn to pieces by iigthning. Leader, able ovcrywherel eity. Read This Carefully, Mr. Democrat Before You Go To The Polls On Next Fre ss Ma-'in- a. Saturday. l; J HiKh-bitlo- n.m' j y, i '!" t l.E. y, com-lillmo- ' tie poc-sta- o, i l.E. Pe-trc- y. r. steam-Iberia- n, ttr - ""7' J. ', i n. V Bup-nlvi- cr-e- n. ilSv'iLw rLrr. ??LJ? P.ob-crts, V,,,' n. Ad-coc- k. ht rqan-ifest- --X liid d"; t.. fjJ. fSVS A even-tuali- ze .. ' d ..!! Bra-shea- r i w Or-len- Po-lic- Ov-eila- one-tent- H. V. McCHESNEY X ns or rt re-ll- of j State.-i-Lexlng- ton . ' v " V ' v . L & w . - .V". L -- s, .teAe-r-4 ',T,rr- -, NH V l ' t 1. - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, August . 3, 1915, T Mt . rodhead Fair, August O O countymnn, who is tho only lincoln county man asking for n district of1 WALTON A BAl'FLf.Y, Kdltor Manri fice. Monday wuswithdrnwnl day '! 00 A TKAR. 67R1CTLY- - l. ADVANTK the Bosworths. At Middlcboro with .loo tttonJ llosworth withdrew from the Sena-toripnnltflrt t Stanford Knttred nt fight nnd at Lexington Henry tla tmil mnttfr M. Uosworth, n lirothcr, retired from rOLliJKfl!fftfsOVSitKT1 the gubernatorial rncc. What n pity t a Ml Tl)i Intrriotpmtrntl it is thnt McDermstt is not in some ......... ., flit LntlitTVlflrf - iTl'Uiiair for rfl!cr, .rmha "IjJ "I, pri nszj, Aug. lh, 113 way related to the Bosworths. 1I in iraiwvatie '' 11 3 Days. ' ; ' X j it o. " ' It '2: Are You Acquainted v 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 growing business institutions; it wants to be a factor in the progress of many mre, and invites an interview with conservative business men who desire liberal banking facilities. s The jntcrior Journal A nt I LAST NOTICE ! 1 " ' ' " ' '' mji tm ', ' "" ' " '" Fir Mrmll JuVp' 0. 'A. : i.. A AUtrnry For E. V. aMItmUU. of ltojln Comity J. S OVVSftEY, Jr. ot I.ififoln Oouirty, Mr 7?ir'iiS'l C4mVfiavr rll! County. . XTJWMa"', o( .Nfl n.ll IUI.J. J'r Vlmiit D.aifti vY..fRF.N. .1,SSR lKltM)l'AI.I. t-- NBWLANO. chas. tj rtlVr."' n,,I Commnnk.Til; ll.flUMV. cj Mirwr County. Co"nif- I'f KfwiM'ir w. u ouocli. f LtgMitrt I V Our U antagonist, Walt Street, is making times hrd in the country. . Somi nouy is piouing nun n mum uc i Wall StrecJ, the nrh enemy of the . people. Wall Swct touches n button In Hw York mid times begin t get ' hard n Kentucky nnd nil over WE WANT YOU TO HAVE THEM, and the .Uaited States. Wall Street is after Stanford, Kentucky Woodrow Wilsan njul the administration; Botk must be consigned to obprice we are making is certainly an inducement; "CORNER NEXT COURT livion. This in the very best time to do it. The wnr offers Capital $ 1 00,000.00 Surplus $ 100, 1 00.00 of excuse for laying offthe finest sort $1 to $2.50 now. In the lot there arc some of man nnd ma king times tight. To increase the arResources $500,000.00 my of the unemploypd and to take acBEST GOODS OUT SEASON. V-Pre- s. count of them in the statistical recW. H. Shamks, Pres. J. B. m i xrL.tord is to mako a showing against Mr. OVER You should see them. Wilson that will bo hard to combat W. M. Bright, Cash. J. W. Rochester, A-Cawhen the campaign is on. It is always hard to dispute figures. They stand Kke n stark, stone wall against the ranting of the campaign orator. The scheme of Wall Street is to create the figures and get thsm registered; it dosn't make so much difference whether they nre permanent or not Vote if they get into the government records. Aside from the politicnl aspect MAIN STANFORD, KENTUCKY of the matter the reduction of expenses brings about tragic conse quences. Competent nnd faithful men All our Oxfords and Light Shoes must are thrown out of work. Many of them have littrc or nothing ahead. They are shortly reducfn to the state go now regardless of our loss. We have of Reduced Rate. To Fair.. of beggary. If it is politics that causThe L. & N. is selling round-tries this the political party which make rates to the Lexington fair, good unabout 600 Pairs of Oxfords in Ladies, Gents it an expedient should bo smitten hip til Aug. 10th, at $1.70, or n little lobs nnd thigh by nil the wage earners in than the straight fare. The round-tri- p particular. How long will the work- and Misses we will sell 98c a pair. fare to the Mt. Vernon fair m ?1. ingman suffer himself to be n pawn in Many from Stanford will attend each the battle of money giants.for control fair, quite n number having already of the government? Now is the time Small Crowd Greet. Mr. Edward.. gone to the Blue Grass fair at LexOnly about forty democratc votfor calm nnd sober thought in the ington. lull before the battle; let the mind of ers heard Hon. James P. Edwards, Figures made public at the treasthe working man be made up, and the candidate for the democratic nomina- ury department show that revenues decision .should be in favor of the tion for Lieutenant Governor, speak derived from taxes on spirits during man and the party that stand for in- at the courthouse Saturday night. the period from July 1, 1U14, to May On uccouut of bad health, I wM sell without d or rcforvo on dustrial progress, equality of oppor- but those present were well repaid 1, 1915, were 8121,801,705. ns for the time spent. His speech had a against tunity and human happiness. $135,518,405 during the truo democratic ring, and while perThe Inst quarter m the race for haps Mr. Edwards did not make many samo period a year ago. a decrease But we have to make room for our Fall State and district offices is almost votes for himself, he impressed his during the ten month of $13,713,700 I reached and from now until the close hearers with the fact that democracy . jy. m of the polls next Saturday there will is not dead yet nnd thnt State-wid- e Shoes. You have August, September and w Two O'clock P. M. ho some tall hustling. It behooves the prohibition is not the only thing undemocrats to nominate the strongest der the sun to be considered in the October to wear these. Three months for my farm of 10 acres, 2 men, for the republicans are getting naming of a ticket at the primary miles west of Harrodsburg, on excellent pike. together for a hard fight this fall, next Saturday. Mr. Edwards was in This farm is rich and highly improved, has two inexhaustible wells. New 98c. Bring the whole family in and fit for and Kentucky Jiaving gone over to troduced by Attorney T. J. I:;il. the enemy might do so again. When cistern; good orchard; newly fenced all over; has nice brick nnd you go to your voting precinct Saturthem all. All on our Bargain Counter. day think what men wourd prove the Candidate For Appellate Clerk Here. framo house; two extra large porches; good jxintry, tc; new double garAlvin Stegcr, who hnils from more formidable to the common enUNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEB age or buggy house; now hen house; meat husc; coal house nnd No. 1 emy and set aside your pesonal feel- "Sweet Owen," was in the city Monday afternoon meeting the voters. He Office Plione 167. Hwne Prune 25 ings to some extent and help your milk house; large stock barn, JOxGO feet; nil buildings are cither new or party. Kentucky is a democratic, is a candidate for the democratic BTJMIFORD. KENTUCKY. State and will be as long as demo- nomination for Clerk of Court of Apoverhauled; land all in grow; 15 acres virgin soil nnd ono of nicest nnd crats keep their heads and wander peals and is making an active canvas C. M'Clary bust homes in Central Kentucky nnd will be sold nt the nbovo dato nnd not after false gods. This is no time of the State. Mr. Steger is nn old friend of Cashier M B. Salin, of tho for experiment; the matter is too serplaco for the hitfh dollar nrin or shine. Don't delay coming to sec this ious when democratic success is at State Bank & Trust Co., who found Uatr Oba ntj f TiWio. turn Tonnlr. . that I'rtnk J. 'b?tii) stake. A fea4 democrat will vote for pleasure in introducing him to Stan- jartlirr of III. Ann mtt'V imtbCHwirj bf U iDlr form on any day, prior to day of ialc, for some one is going to get &C tif J. tho the party nominee year in and year ford people. Mr. Salin says that Mr. Male .uln-- i ki tin- - yUr "T TulnH Ountr .ml lll l ttial ''! Arm 'I bargain of their life. Address ut, but there are a class of demo- Steger is one of Ownen county's best ttiv turnforiallit. if dm: nr.MinKii imii.mks wt ramiot crats who only vote democratic when citizen and that his democracy is of rarh .ml evrry taac r Catarrh that i'uip. b things go to suit them. Which should the brand that counts for something. urrtl ij Ibe uao uf Haifa CatarrhCIIKXKY. I'llANK 1. be considered? Seems to us the men Snvkrn In lfnn m ami anlwrrltM'tl In tar who have borne the heat nnd burden Bowmar'. Tour., Niagara Fall, and r. A. !., isvtl. UI oth Uar it (Water Glass.) California A. W. ill.KASOS. of the day should be the ones to carfell. .Ni.tarj 1'uMlc HARRODSBURG, KY., R. F. D. 3. ry the standard and not those who arc Write Bowmar's Tours, Versailles, democrats today and what nots to- Ky., for booklets containing details ftHall's Catarrh Cur la lilrn loluh.llr and iHrrctlr Un the MimxI and inuroua at the jtlrm. SrnJ fi tritlmoidala, Eggs laid away fresh during the season when morrow. The best men should be nom- of ideal tour to Niagara inated; moral questions can be taken Falls, Toronto, Buffalo nnd Detroit, fr, & CO., Tolk. O. 1". J. CHENEY . starting Tuesday, Sept. 7. fc.M bj all Prucctita, they are cheap will be in perfectly good condition care of laten l'llla for roDatlpatluiu Tako II.H'a Kauri The last Bowmar Tour to CaliforAuditor Henry JI.'Bosworth, candi- nia and the West will start about during the months when treated with Soc- date for the democratic nomination Pctober 20. Descriptive booklet ready You for governor, has withdrawn from the Sept. 1. Here's race, leaving tho field co or water glass. Easy to use and inexpensive. Ucy, II. V. McChesney to A.E.O.J.Stan,The People,'! Market Place Adver-Yo- u Mcand Use What Jlave to Sell Dermstt. Mr. Bosworth's strength in TENNESSEE OFFICIAL 10c a can. this county will be divided, we believe 50 head of cattlo to WANTED. botween Stanley and McChesnv uj-j- i WINS LONG FIGHT craze. Walter warren. with the former getting the greater share. What figure it will cut in the e nose LOST. Pair tho raae, we are unable to conjecture J. W. Seaton ef Linden, Clerk of In fact the wrker is such a noor noli. tho Circuit Court of the Twelfth gln.es about two weeks ago. Reward. STANFORD, KV. titian that he is afraid to THE REXALL STORE venture an District of Tennessee, was for Leave nt this office. assertion duriug these dnys of the years a sufferer from stomach troubles In part a result of bis confining seething political pot. Mr. Bosworth's THE Woynoslnu-- g Lumber Co., of followers in this county will learn work. He tried doctor after doctor. Wnynesburg, handles all kinds of witfi regret Wiat ho has quit the race He tried medicines without end. dressed lumber. Poplar Bindings, Sl.'JO t. for no man ever had tho fortune to Ono day ho took a doso of Jlayr's and up. possewi a mro loyal friendship than Wonderful Remedy. He wrote: does tho present State Auditor. FOB SALE. 300 bushels, Harvest "Your medlcino is the best in the world for any fom of stomach trouble. Kinii seed wheat, $1.50 per bushel. Those good, drydemecrnts who are 1 am glad to say Hiat after taking tho Winter Turf oats .75 cents. J. Frank putting so much faUh in and gottinp Cl-Smith, Stanford, Phone 243. such huge crumbs of comfort out of full treatment I feel that I ami well. "I had very severo pains in my stomthe columns f the Louisville Post black mulcy LOST. can't find much consotution in this ach all tho time. One bottlo of your paragraph which was clipped from itf mpaicine am mo ten times as much bull, weight about 1,000 pounds. For Holtz-claeditorial columns of Saturday's edi- good as all too doctors' medlcino that any reformation address W. J. 01-1 Gilbert's Creek. tion: "Wo trust that the Legislature I took for two years. My family physician in November will refuse to any told me that I would never be better today I am well. I haro NOTICE. Fivo per cent penalty submit to Wie people at this tim n pounds." State-wid- e added to school tux.ow Aug. 4, 1910. prohibition amerciament gained tenty-flvMayr'a Wonderful Remedy gives per- L. It. Hughes, Treas., Room 2ti, over to tho constitution.'! Tho Post U u 52-tmost uncertain qajirftity, as those of manent results for stomach, liver aud Lincoln National' Ba'fik. our readers who have followed it Intestinal ailments. Eat as muich and My homo place, course for any length of time are ful- whatever you like. No more dtbtress FOB after eating, pressuro of gas In tho ly cognizant. 20 acroti, seven room house stomach aud around tho heart. Get ono Mrs. M. A. Cover, We suspect tkat wmu of our read bottlo of your druggist now and try It mid large barn. Ky. 67-t- f. ors nre getting as tired of politics on an absolute guarantee If not satis- Crab Orchard, as they were of the contest which factory money will bo returned. LOST. Dark grey coat at Crab this paper recently pulled off, and Orchard Springs. Has my nnme in confidentially we don't blame them. one of the ituldo pockets. Howard Tho doso has sot been of tho homeoStanford, Ky. If returned to me. W. S. Dryc, pathic kind, but on the contrary, it shcrm's omce. has been handed out in slugs. The I. J. will appear only once mora beYour Property in the LOST. In the knobs back of fore the pjimary, however, and after a black and whte tan fox that wo hope to eschew to a considhound about u your oici. Jiau collar erable extent political mntter and bearing name "F. C. Hnm, Hyntts-ville.- " give more news of general inter. Fire Insurance Co. Inform C. P. Rankin, Hcdge-villto the most loyal cllentilo uny paper ASK ABOUT THE RUBY BALL BEARING SEWING MACHINE, 01-- lt ever enjuyeu. of Hartford, Conn., TO BE GIVEN AWAY, AUGUST 2nd. SPECIAL PRICES ON Don't forget Judge John Sam Ows-le- y DR. J. G. CARPENTER Office with X 1 in the race for Commonwealth's ALL PRODUCE. II in Lincoln Ccunty Nntionut Bank Attorney, He is eminently qualified TYttllJLiwr T3i nnbA threat ant Pah. SALIN & SMITH, Agents to fill the office and is In every way FR0M STANFORD AND WAY STATIONS eto, urinsry, 'rectal: pelvic' diseases. worthy of the honor. Talk for him. JL Railroad Fare $4,35. Board at hotel Including tho routes In the surgery, consultations. Eyus skillfully Round-triStanford, Kentucky work for him and vote for him and I s jui u.uu. jn lusiuu, giusse Ecienmucujy prcscio- outing i or S9,oo, Write or you will have done right by your phono L. & N. Agent for particulars.1 ifrTHa tHaVi-- i cd. IlW itfrlllij naMiJ The Lincoln County National Baik TO HOUSE" This Announcement will not appear again this season, but we want just to remind you women one more time of the opportuni ty to buy WOMEN'S LOW SHOES at a price 'iikW that will justify you in purchasing now. We have about 50 pairs of Women's Low Shoes; most of them this season's styles, at about HALF 'I REAL VALUE. We want them out of ou: 4 .J Vf Paxton, THE THIS sh : LadiesAndGentlemen. that at ; Rtmtmbir to for iMcRoberts & Bailey STREET p W.P.Walton Secntary State (! 2 for Next Saturday PUBLIC SALE RICH FARM by-bi- i i 7 Good Styles and Latest 3 Shapes 2 Tuesday, Aug. 10, 1915 at 1- -2 six-roo- - ROBINSONS.! J 0 J. socco. Winter . ii -- R. L. TODD JOHN I. VANARSDALL, Auctioneer TSc-- (T2-t- f. What Want PENNY'S DRUG STRE, Wall Paper, Mattings, Druggets. Our Line Is Very Complete. (& gold-fram- A BARGAIN Cart with rubber tires 58-8- PENCE HILL. Stanford. 5t in a second hand long shaft Frazer Two-ycur-a- ld Let Us Talk To You About at o W. H. Hi ggins We Have The Goods And Make The Prices. See Us. Plumbing and Heating. Now Is The Time. Warner & Bower, INSURE Old Connecticut o. Mammoth Cave. Regular Morning Train. Aug. 11. vwo-uuyp f ".- 1 Vl h- - t M ,. X L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. TIX3EI? 16-3- m vv J s. s aV - ' ir ' .'. J 1V-- - t,jfm tJ . iu. ESKd &Wt?v v ' WSSW t Tlie Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, August 3, 1915. 3 MUiBumi r ii irV. tiRZ . 1 Daniel Frohman Presents the Celebrated Film Favorite Come and do your Banking Business with us, and wc will show you CASTOAffi For Infrmts Rnd.Cliildreii. BHMSMMMIMtMSFIlMNJMI 'it" 'IK ' i Mary Pickford In a Tragic Epic tVCf 'W,Wl SWiOi er"c-- m i rW?.H UALLSU&l WK ftfV ifl"F thai our methods arc up to date in every respect, and that the officers are competent, polite and obliging. Capital and Surplus $78,500. "HEARTS ADRIFT" HJP.WI m ,r.o P?3 r&v t.:'k cW iAlTOlIoi. Ban Sgcfab'c 'it- 3 TEH The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the X( m i CliM hi' Jtr Prrnaradon Ct As SirailailnrtitenxxfaralRrtult m. a P&isa Signature of nc&s'iiwl PstConlilnj ncii!r Ophmi.Morphinc norJtocral fingUicSioraiuailBiiwhcr UU1 HAKVUllL, AW 4 First National Bank Stanford, Ky. A Drama of Devotion and Sacrifice Providing Mary Pickford with a Distinctly New Role, in Motion Pictures 'J?Z EScfe4 jlustStti UimSrrJ- - Eron In fr ron'sflpi rXT ill tX t.w tloir.SourShnach.Dlarttoi Anrrfcct Remedy Use For Over Stanford Opera House Personal and Social Maurice Tucker I lit Hichmnnd vli- htinc friondi. M iijM giiUlo llunlette U nttwidini: IheJnutltute nt tanenster. of v.f."Mii Miller,Mrs. Josec I). hai been J the Buct f ItiiMJI llrown nml wife, of Lnncnu- -t lcr, were the guest of his imrcnU f here. Mr. Gcorjro I. IlriKht sptint nml Sunday nt Crab Orchard i Springs. JIlss Nancy iiunn nns rciurncu from Maysvillc, where ihe has been visitlmr for several week. U. Kushuuner, n Rood friend of tiro I. J. nt Moruland, wax a nulntantial cnller nt thin office Monday. Wi-nrc- ness caulLOSS Eeore V(Mras.?cmllsicns.Foc:lSh SLEEP. or ficStmb Stature V$ rfr?K rt Miss Anna Warren I.CKinton nnd l'nris. is vitiling in Thursday Night, Aug. 5th Admission 10c and 15c 2 Shows: 7:45 and 8:30 .1' tffcas ' .r "' 'IC?' . -- Tuc CENm,,nCoM,'Anr Nb,W YUfA. ill .iiiii mi Wra "i rYfl 'Yt i Vrrrrnmr'rTl M Thirty Years Bi CM w rrmrri Mi MSB a- - Bte n K Exact Copy of Wrapper. Mr. John W. Miller, of Uincnster, wot here yesterday en rout to Mt. Vernon. MIm Anita VonC.rucnipnn wcuf. to Lou'Mvillc Saturday to visit relatives Widow of John Hewei Dead. Considerable Building To Be Done. LATEST WAR NEWS Miss Ethel Walter, of Lnncaktcr, ami friends. Three notes from Grat Hritian J. R. Powell has furnished plans Mr. J. T. McAllster, of Wny, M,s., is the guest of Mrs. Tr. O. MarHn. Mrs. Hewcs, aged about 05, widThe Young IjiiUcs Sewing Circle and orre from Gcrsiany, all dealing and specifications for an addition to ow of John Hewes, died last night is visiting Danville relatives. Danwill meet with Miss Mary Moore ville Advocate. with the commercial rights of neutral the Baptist church, wmen will be used nnd will be buried in duflnlo Ccme- Mis Annie Knthcrino .Maincny is ley tomorrow morning after sernt .Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Walter wora nations in war time, were befotp Sec- ns n Sunday school room for that con- vices at the grnve by Rev. P. L. hu triuit of Miks Mao Duddernr Saturday the guests of retary Lansing Monday night. Thw gregation; for improvement and in Lnncnster Gilbert's Creek. Sho in Bruce. to the Graded StTiom building William Hewes, survived by a son, V. T. Tucker M..r. nttended court nnd Cnrroll relatives.K. G. Hamilton, of Lebanon British Government defends the 'at Hustonvillc to cost in tho neigh- - Misses Mary and and two daughters, nt Rich Mrs. riinlilirnr Matti Hewes. alleging that changed bornoou ot :3,uuu nnd for n second Junction, is with relatives here for a mond yesterday. conditions made necessary changed .story on the home of Mrs. Bcttie Mies Lucilo few dayf. Mrs. Anna Hailey and Big Keauciion in Gale Fees. Miw 'Christine Mcrritt, of Danof the law. The Berlin Kinney on West Main street. He has Cooper siient Saturday night and contract for tho work The directors of ville, is the guest of relatives nnd i Mr. nnd Mr. I Woaron IIukIio Sunday with Hustonvillc relatives. again defends the right to sink secured ph.,h nni, .v, lw . on tho have wade big of the K. in P. fair nttlo i,antist reductions the gaki were hero from McmphU oyer Sunday Mr. Ilurroll Smith and wife, of friends here. William P. Frye, nnd denies that tions ., a Rhort tlmt. TU romiso. fee to ho paid by persons hauling with Mrs. Julin HiikIim nnd family. New Docntur, Ala., arrler yesterday Mr. R. H. House, uC Kinston, N. the I treaty was violated. the Prussian to be a good deal of UiHding this passeagers into the grounds. For all Mr. Itcttio Caldwell had returmul to visit Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Kirkpat- - C, i the guost of his college-mate- , The British Admlruky announces mil and it it hoped that a number of of those vehicles that carry passoti-ger- s Thomas Coleman. IJrom a iiroirurivu nuiy in i.uuinvnn: rirk- n British submarine operating in i,ourcs will he built for those who. - nnd. hn MiM) Ella May Saunders has been that to and from the fair for 15c, the tnkon room at Mr. Mnttie Mr. A. G. Ktmtlnnd, the insuraiwu i aWant tnc sea oi .uarmora nas Novius. nmn, in here from Loulnillo, lookinx confined to her room for several days large steamer. It n also lorpeuocthat,mUclt to rent. Stanford would be a following prices will be charged: One stated bigger and better place if all or two horse double scut vehicle and Mrs. ". C. Tucker, of Marion, O., us if the hrd times nnd politic had on account o4 illness. torpedo-boa- t destroyer was who want to come here could find driver, per day $2.00; two horse Miui Mabel Cum h;n returned to a German and MisH Annie Walton, of Hichmond, not struck him. near tho German coast. sunk suitable homes to rent. Some of our hacks and wagonettes, and driver, per . T. nrc truest nt the home of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Krank Archer nnd rher home at Lexington nfter a visit armies aro monied men might invest a portion of day $3.00; four horse vehicle and The Austro-Gorma.Tucker. son, of Louisville, havo returned to friends in anil around Stanford. closing in their wings on the eastern their surplus this way nnd thereby driver, per day $5.00; automobiles, Minn Elizabeth Holdcrman, of Mrs. W it. Vorlufm nnd Mr home after a visit to her gramlmo-tku- r i the guest of Mrs. Tinsley front, having occupied Mitau in the help the town nnd at the same time four or five passengers $3.00; seven Mm Mnrv Strnub. Wonlrom , of Corbin, arc the north haul nnd advanced beyond help themselves. 02-- 1 passenger automobile $4.0. .Mrs. John H. Shanks, who Spoonnmore nnd other relatives hyrc. parent, Mr. nnd Mr, if;ue.U of her Mr. and Col. S. T. Harris and Mrs. K. I Chclm in Southeast Poland. The situNew Castle, the guests j. F. Cover have been ut ation bofore Wnrsaw proper remains Mlsas Mlttic Loulxe Godwin, Cyn- - of his sister, Mrs H. K. Hourne, re- Woods spent Sunday at Curb Or unchanged and obscure, but the Rhs- . chard Springs with the family of Mr. ithla Fircraoo and Margaret Tolmic, turned here Saturday. nans apparently still refuse to relinMiss ftira C. Kobcrt. of Chica- S. M. Allen, of Millersburg. f Nashville, arc the attractive kuosM Mrs. John' W. Moore, Mr. K. C. quish their precarious hold on the nrrivd Sunday to spend a month go, f Mrs. J. F. Cover. Mrs. J. T. Moore nnd wife, of Linerty, nnd Mr. capital. Ivangorod, erroneously reMr. mid Mrs. Thomas Shanks, of with her parents, Mr. nnd Lcn (iihhentt, of Kuoxville, spent ported to have been iiu'ctted, is now Roberts, near HutUe. Petro-gra- d jltf fia.. h havo been the Hudson, n little son of Sunday with the fumilp of Ed Wil in great ptril. The Duma at Clarence indicates that the Russians nnd ofhor aunt, Mrs. Mellaril I'ut-- Mrs. Henry Hudon, of the McKlnney kinson. at Lclmn.n, nrc here visiting section, fell while plnying Sunday Misses Mnggic and Nellie Allen, British nrc anxious to brand ns unvert nnd friend. Roberta nnd Susnn llhria nnd Mar founded reports that Russians arc , and broke his left nst. card from Ckwonce Celemnn, tha Tucker, of Hustonvillc, and Lou-is- u .pruntled at tfie showing made by Miss Clara Youijg, of Ijwrcnce-burknown here, wys: "(Jreetincs Cook, of Knoxvillc, Tenn., were Great Britinn and France in the is here tho giiest of her aunt, wwek-enDuluth, th 'Zenith City of the Mrs. S. I Hurdcttc. She wint to guests of Misses Maugic West. In the Argonnc region the Germans UasaVtcd Sea.' Havo been tied up in nml hiiznbeth Stagg. yesterday to visit friends. tfc U. S. court here for the past two Mrs. J. F. Gover will entertain nt in the region of Hill 213 and in the Mrs. J. T. Rvcd, of Somer.t, Mrs. f Marie Thercse occupied Wekr. Leave tonight for tlm 'lilack Jcnn Hroyles, Mrs. G. M. Smith Mrs. n picnic WcuncMiay nfternorm nt vicinity Hflls' of South Dakota, eight hun V. It. Smith, at Walnut Fkit. wero Peyton's Well in honor of her guests, French trenches nftcr fierce infantry dred miles away." Mr. Coleman is in the guests of Mm. J. II. Hustle the .Mr. Ilurmnn Worsham, of Corbai. attacks, in the latter of which they holding n reppoinl first of the week. costal sen-ice- , Missc? Mittie Louise Godwin, Cyn peceded their forward movement with K lucrative position under Un Cooper returned Sat- - thia rirersn ami Mnrgarot Tolmie, the use of burning oil. Paris admits Miss Liicil that the Tutons gained a footing in utdny afternoon from a delightful of Nashville. these Congressman Hnrvey H)m is en- counter-attack- trenches, but asserts that in visit to Miss Virginia Wnrrcn irt s in both sectors the During hrr sojourn in that tertaining nt Crni Orchard Springs French city heven card parties were given in for a lew weelts his relative. Mr, portions were successful in gaining OF of their lost torraw. James I!riht and family, of Shelby- her honor. H. K. Weoren, Mr. vilic, ami is doing an in Ills pounr to Mr. nnd Mrs. ' In Durance Vile. Mrs. make their stay In his home 'county Floyd Morgan, who lives in the pleasant. Ho has given several littGIRL and Mrs. Harris Wearcn nndHarris les entertainments in Mrs. f Crwishnw, morticr their honor. On Highland section, was placed in jail Wearcn. of Cairo, HI., nre hero with Sunday he sent nn uuki down jNid Monday afternoon by Sheriff J. G. other Mrs. George II. Wearcn had Mr. J. McRoberts Wcatherfaid to await his examining friends. relatives How Lydia HPinkham's through innnd nutomolJle.They is came and Miss and Mrs. H. spend the day trail on the charge of drawing a pisMary llruce It Har with an them. After a most enjoyable tol on Dr. Gravelli, of the Ottenheim Vegetable Compound Re ris Wenrcn s nr.t vru unce he iqtt Sunday Blue-Grasat the grand old place the section. some 10 yenrs ngo and his friends stored Her Daugh. hack-there hnrdly recogirized him, so much Stanford people were motoredM!ob-crtMrs. T. W. Jenes is nble to be their homes here. Mr. s corpulence has he pninc-- snce they tor's Health. says that our Coni:reman out after several days' illness. saw him last. treated them royally. Mrs. Lucy Miller Hartley left at Plover. Iowa. "From n smaH child 2:30 Monday afternoon for tho I'an-nnay' 13 year old daughter had female CHURCHES HELPLESS AS BABY Exposition rm frnneisno. weaxness. i snoKe. Mrs. Hartley goes nt the representak Remember Mie service nt as to three doctors the Presbyterian church Wednesday her tive of tho about it nnd they did trip in tho 1. J., having woiendcal evening, Aug. 4 nt 7:30. Read Acts not help her any. July 17th, nndcontest wlach n which she was near 10 chapter. Lydia E. I'inkham's There will be regular svrviccs at Down in Mind Unable to Work, ly n milhnn anil a null votes rtnenil or dlie Vcg'otnblo Com- - her nearest comietitor. She joiim tko Baptist church Sunday morning rvuinil hnd lw.n ct night. and What Helped Her. Ilowmar party in Louisville nml will nnd cordiallyPreaching by pastor. Pubinvited. if great benefit lit me, bo nbscnt for nearly a month. The lic At a business meeting of the ,PJ UUViUl-- W IIUVU trin is n dcliirhtf ul one and Mrs. Hart f the Chistian Iter give it a trial. ley's legion ( friends hope that sfie Christian Endeavor Summit Point, V. Va. Mis. Anna W,Si. chundi Sunday evening, oillccrs were She has taken fivo win enjoy every moment of it. Helle Emcy, of this place, says: "I sufVM'."irW elected Sor tie next six mn4hs. fered for 15 years with an awful pain in of tho Vegennd wif nnd l,V4fl boHlesCompound ac- - Mr.Mr. GcoriM) C. Kellorwife, of Orlan They nre ns Wlows: Jnmc,3 Coop-e- r, my right side, caused from womanly table Luis Dolivo nnd President, fro wiccvcd llitig to directions on tho bottle and do, Fl wure in Stnaford with old ma Hays who had been Misa Em- trouble, and doctored lots for it. but with' ;rtsidet out success. 1 sulfercd so very much, Shu was friends Monday, Tliey nre spending fo rnbout fivu be is cured of thU trouble. years; Mis' Emma that I became down in mind, and as helpfin run down wh.n she started taking several weeks with Danville relatives. Hays, Miw Ophelia less as a baby. I was in the worst kind Command nnd her periods ihu not Mr. Keller lived in Stanford many Laley, secretary.; and Thos. Bright, of shape, was unable to do any work. no ricnu bflo was so iioony anu yvura nnd Mrs. Keller, wh was Miss treasurer. The new oHlrcrs I began taking Cardul, the womar's rok that I often hud to lielp her dress Lizzie rnkriy, was born nml reared in the of h?; mo mtnbcrs tonic, anil, cot relief from the very first Is regular nnd Is Lincoln. Wo tire glad to state that and hope that they will ui!ie:ivcr self, but now she to dose. By the time I had taken 12 botMrs. Mr. Keller U proivcriug in bis Southowing Strang nnd healthy." attend eali meeting. tles, my fjeallli was completely restored. ern home, owning one of the 1 am no IttiN IIelviu, l'lover, lowu. 8 years years old, but feel as onmge groves in Seminole Bate Ball Tomorrow Afternoon 'ficC as I did when only 1G. lundrcds of such leMers expressing county ami other valuable property. The Stanford base ball wHl Cardul 1'ink-n'titudfor Win good Lydia fc.nccom- 4 He rtimniiicd in tliw new.ii)iMor bust lock horns with tho Paint team dull my mind, certainly saved me from loslna iXt-ar.d 1 feel inhy duty to speak - nous long enough to make- - good and Yttetablo Compound has on tho High School grounds here in its favor. I wish had some power jfe constantly being received, then very fmslldy retired. Mr. iAilive, morrow, Wednesday afternoon. The over poor, suffering women, and could lied m a iirominuii nnd sue- - game ovJncJbo rckabiltty of this "grand old son. will bw make litem know the good it would do at cupful real utu man of his homo teresting iw culled bo 3:15 and nn in them." may expected. town. If you suffer from any of the ailments If vou nre HI do not cWng along nnd tontinuo to suffer day in and day out but "I Don't Foel Good A peculiaryour women, Rivewill certainlytrial. r is what a lot, of peoplo tell uf.' worlli to while'to it Cardiii a be That tt onco tako Lydiu 11 Piokham'a VegeIt has been helping weak"Tvoittcn fot Ueually their bowels only nceuTtcanaoft table Comiwund, a woman's remedy for more than SO years, and will Help you, n 1'cr-ryvili- c, g, Ijiii-caster d 'tv. Um Umwie Montgomery, of Lincr- U the lrucat of Mrs. J. M. Carter.! trV mKrTiarced wderthe Koodij I gWiOT, ,- fC flu -. crw. Judge Walter Evan to Marry. Judge Walter Evans, the Judge of the Federal Court for Louisville, is engaged to be married Vo Miss Louisa Wood, of Worchestcr, Mass. The wedding is to take place in Worchestcr on August 2G. Judge Evans is now in the East. Judge Evans ppointed to the Federal bench in 1899. lie was formor Congressman from LoutoviHo nnd is one of the n jurists nnd nttorneys of Louisville. n best-know- .n n MmmtP tonsmsioir r ffdpiVa J ltSjAjaIL Xi wtusic iineTcioilTnioifcMrtl pfnBptnar7tii torn- l)letewurea in Ilno V t. reboot music Theory r(UnM!n Ianruf m, iWmblA ICMnryof flu ruytnfcaiwl Might HmuIIdc, fuit h rniial tnil WitfriifHntAl rjplomafl ArtUtanfFtn(lrntr(vtLl.t1vaiitf m. '.rmiw.r7 lor girls, lunion mw, ror r.Tof UilnllW C.iutiilirr .1 nilc,C.i M13, Utbilllt.tr. nm Graves, Cox & Co., Lexington, Ky., THER SCHOOL o d ui mid-wee- X i; Offer Very Low Prices Durs ing Fair Week on Palm Beach Suits, Manhattan Shirts, Low Cut Shoes, Straw and Panama Hats, Underwear, Half Hose and Neckwear, Etc. hand-sume- st 1 woman's M. If lomrant special aiItico nrwo lo Ljdla E. l'lnkliam Mediclno Co. (coiill- AntlUI) fiJliVf fliusi. luurii'iii'i i r oprueu, reuu aim niuoTt rvu nj u t voiilldcuce. Luau ftud held lu ijU-lc- too. . REDUCED RAILROAD RATES ! Tonight Pannv'i Drug Storo. It will act as a laxatlve.In the morning M c& r the trick and make you feci Cue. Wo know this jxjsitively. Tako on toaigUt. Sold only by us, 10 ccuts. Penny's Drug Store, will do Try Cardul. Your druggist sells it ll'riYr it Med'clne Co.. Led!' Advisory Der U.atttnuori, Twin., lor Sunni ok, on tour caia ana 4 p book, ' Horn. iltAtmcMIor Women, in iktin wrtcpw N.C 131 ,. w ' t. Vernon Fair, August 4th, 5 th, 6th Aeroplane Flights over Fair Grounds, Town and Mountain Tops Thursday and Friday, Aug. 5th and 6th. iis2 ivJ mxnt! rV'-'X. s.jnmm-- - . M,. . J?m1 .e. ?v4tijlli 'Vri The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, August 3, 1915. i. -ii " Farm and Stock News Knnsns farmers will harvest 115,-700,0- bushels of winter wheat thin KENTUCKY ,1t, VOTERS! You Should Vote For Jas. P. Edwards For Lieutenant Governor Because he will bring more itrength to the ticket In November than any mn running. 2nd, Because he It a Democrat, who hat never bolted nor sulked and has always been active for the Party. 3rd. Decause a man from the Fifth Congressional District should be on the ticket to secure the thirty thou sand Democratic votes there for the ticket In NoIs running In the Interests of the plain people and will make a good Lieutenant Governor. 6th. Decause he was defeated only by fifteen hundred and sixty-twvotes for this nomination four years ago. Cth. Decause he will work for the development of ourstate and unite the Democratic Party. 7th.. Decause he will greatly appreciate your support FA !;Vli vember. 4th. Decause he Be Sure and Mark Your Ballot Like This: I ' FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR JAS. P. EDWARDS bur 1 DC Scott Bros., nold to W. K. Willis Sons n fat cow at five nnd half ccnU n pound. vuio results m rural John route Np. H, sold to Milter Hill eight r $217.00. yearlings yielded 3,9 J. Frank Smith' o bushels to the acre. Most ef his wheat bushels. violded 28 John C. Itobinson, of lloyle, sold to J. O. Johnson fourteen t,150-pouircents cattle nt seven and n pound. Spurlitiff & Gaines, f Taylor coieity sold to MiVrUn county parties 70 liend of vending eattlo for the sum of $2.122.i0. ltallnrd & Napier bought in Me nintlfS 300 f'rmire nnii Wllitlrv good stock cwos and lambs nnd shiv-pethem to Crab Orchnrd. They have thorn there on saic. J. W. Newimin, of Versailles, was elected President of the National of Lire Stock Insurance Cosipanice of America nt the second annual mcetin ni Lnicngo. Hnvn Chatham, of Mcrcor. boucht from E. M. Hardin nnd Hud Collier Si AlM-nerd one-four- th d Democratic Editors See Victory for Claude B.Tei In Race for Nomination for State Treasurer In August Primary Election, If there is one contest in the approaching Democratic State primary election about which th Democratic newsn.iners of Kentucky seem to be acrced it Is that the lion. Claude B. Terrell, i . . . . .. . .. ' ' i Trimble county, slioulu anu wm ue nominaieu tor ine oincc oi aiate ircasurcr. mr, icrrcii he entered the contest. His especial fitness for the of made a runaway race of it from the day he is seeking has appealed to the Democratic editors of every section of Kentucky, and they ha! done much to mold the sentiment of their communities in his favor by informing the people as f R. S. EUBANK. been, for the character of the man and his qualifications for public service. Herewith arc quoted brief paid His editorial office has ton years, the clearing house for edu- graphs taken from editorials of ncwupapers published tn every icetion of Kentucky. It would requk cational idens. nnd tho factory nnd not less than two pages of a newspaper to publish in full these umo!icitcd words of commcndatU repair-sho- p for school lawn, Mr. Eubank has been in school work in one of Mr. TerrcH and his candidacy: .bM'ia.4 ':. .... .. .. fac Vlt( HI me -- i Brodhead Fair Aug. 11, 12, 13, 1915 ii" i :o Buggy Given Away The Association WUl Give to the Holder of Lucky Number a Handsome FREE! Worth $85.00 1 at Rubber Tire Runabout ABSOLUTELY FREE! Each Adult Ticket will be numbeed, and the coupon will entitle the holder to a chance on this elegant vehicle that will be riven to the holder of lucky number on the latt day of tlio Fair. Save your ticke.i and be present at the drawing. You may get the runabout. Persons holding the lucky nunwer must be on the ground, else another number will be selected. Buggy now on display in front of Robins' Drug Store. Special Attraction and select GOOD BAND OF MUSIC amusements provided for each day. I ar d B I :::::: si GOOD RACES and FINE SHOW HORSES offered in every department. Liberal Premiums Y 0 to til . THIS IS EVERYBODY'S TO COME FAIR AND WE WANT EVERY-BODBIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER a pound. The combined woigU of the bunch wns u.uzu pounus. fnnt. David Shaw refused $35,000 stallion, Peter for the Mac. bv Peter the Great. Pctor Mac M trotted n mile in 2:0G and it is said he snn do much bettor than that. A drnl hns been consumated by E. J I., Davis, of Midway, ns ngent for 'Lexington buyers of 10,000 bushels of orchard grass scwl. lnc lop price jwas $1.50, tho highest firlec In years. Gene Jtrown, Of tho Ottawa sfction tells us that he sowed one .ia:f bush- lel oats on about half acre of ground this spring imd that he has just thrashed 14 bushels from this spot. He expects to have a peck of this crop entered nt Mt. Vernon Fair. Mt. Vernon Signal. Minnesota hns a law under which n reward of $200 is paid for the capture of a horse thief. A resident of the State who enptured a mule thief had his claim for the reward disallowed by a decision of tho State Supreme Court, it icing contended thnt a mule is but half a horse. Herschcll Baker, of Tiurkcsville, was in Lebanon a few days ago in quest of horse stock. He purchased from R. L. Purdy a nice bay gelding for which ho raid S350. From T. M. Marplc he bought a combined harness nnd saddle gelding for $250, nnd a harness mare for $140. Lebanon Falcon. No private sale of the year has nroused as much interest among the horsemen, a3 tho sale of Thurraan & Perters' great saddle mare, Kectina, to R. E. Moreland, of Lexington. The deal was mado immediately after the saddle stake at the Danville Fair Inst week, and Rcctina was shipped to Lexington nt once. The price was strictly private, regnriHcss of reports and rumors. L. L. & T. Harnod. of Hardin head of catcounty, sold eight-thre- e tle at an average of $120, or a total or about $9.25. Leo of S9.9G9.G9. head, aver-Harned sold forty-thre- e agng 1.318 pounds, at $8.75, or a total of $5,001.93. Tho average price per head was $117.92. Tobe Harned Kld fortv head averaeinsr 1,380 2 pounds, at $8.85, or $1,907.70 for the Lunch. The average price per head was $122.C5. (cent-- ' J ld ! -- on i.n nt Gnvnti unit thrco-nunrt- s hools. frm or another, since he was fifteen yours of ngc. He is said to know more school people than nny other ono man in tho state, and to know conditions better than any school other man has had nn opportunity to know them. He is Ildltor oml Publisher of the Southern School Journal, and in this capacity ha been in close touch with the County Superintendents and tenrhors of the State and personally had visited all Ken-tuccounties except four. The school peoplo are supporting hie candidacy for the office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, because be has proved, as a private citizen, that hl actiilKs will always be for the besi interests of the public Adv. The Calloway Timet: Ho has servcil two a thro tonus in tho Speaker, and is a clean, fair minded, sober and dtecnt man He lll poll a pltidtd vote In thie comity next month. Mr The B.illard County Advance: Terrell la a men wHI equipped for this n Hplun-diImportant office and will make ulllclal. Ho is n man ou like bettor the mnro you seo him. Ho Is a Padueah substantial buslneee man. and le hHil In the highest neteeni by all who know him. and linn ninny friends In this sec ho will give him tlon nt Kentucky l.llttiri, terklne tn tb mi state, and lies been rell d Shepherdtville Newt: lie helped to enact more rontrurtre lews then any other ypn.iv.r who ha presided over the Hni.te In flfty jrmirn lie U by far the a)ilt and strongest men 'hip heeding the Breckenrldae News: The tilt; fUndy ., .... . . . much iif'-det- t Trm' wv irrti n mil ClHiide II Terr-- It It I that 'tin true Is running on a record that geeM Mis frleud- - nv the n ihvineihin Ballon le eorteln. and the lnno h lanst ntlj nnd properly best Louisville Journal of Labor' ten of Kentucky should c;rtalnly prwiete Ms efforts and e.tdrnco ttn Hpnrerieilon hr noml'-nMnMila ii, wcrker for the mildie " " liaH enml " .ll w wwtipg with great line- itrTuiiiiiiinHt uccusi dally lhe ueuuty about hie eAmlldacy grows in pubho fat , mm. 'I 1 nl. Ij 1 V.O.GILBERT jurreudered. of his commandlnc position tho past few years in the IcgUlaturu and . Is well fitted in every way to rnako the peoplo of Kentucky n faithful State Treasurer and guardian of tho funds of tho commonwealth. Clinton Gazette: Mr Terrell has made a reputation as a man who Is to be depended upon to do exactly what bo promises tn do. Arlington Courier: A better man cannot bo found for this place lie i.i public pplrlted, and a friend to the workiiiK man. Candidate for Leading Democratic Mayfleld Messenger: Ho Is a grcnt friend to education and a constant Superintendent of Public fighter for good roads With him ns Instruction. Stato Treasurer th people can bo as- If you desire the school system .sured that the art Irs of that nllH-- will conducted honestly and according run on a business basis, which be law to : Sir Bowling Green will pay the teachers on time, instrength to tho tlckot crease the per capita and attend- TerrcH will add selected next month, and It Is gratiance, get a dollar's worth of eff- fying to know that his nomination Is icient service for every dollar ex- a certainty. Bowling Green News: The press of pended, vote for Y- - O. Gilbert. the stato Is loud In Its pralsn of lilm gentleman as a Democrat, a high-claand an honorable Incorruptible man Killed His of fine business nnd executlvo ability Squire Abney, of Rockcastle coun- and one who never has and novcr will Wm. Shear, betray a trust either iu prlratu or ty, killed his when the latter struck him with a ipubltc life. Ale and attackod him with a piece Todd County Progress: Mr. Terrell of red hot iron at his blacksmith shop. enjoys a wide acquaintance In the Abney was remonstrating with Shear state, mado a splendid Speaker of the ror beating the latt-e- 3 wife. Abney Houso, and is a man of winning self-madTimes-JournalSon-in-Lason-in-lar their support The Princeton Leader: Willi" hero! Mr Terrell met a large number of our peoplo nnd mado a Try favorable Im preMglon lie U well equipped from an olllrlal standpoint to lilt tho oHlco of State Treasuror ! Ue is a Dally Leader: Fulton Rtaunch Democrat, Is familiar with tho public affair of tho Slato by vlrtuo Kf V5l conxiantiy ueene ijoumy Hecorder: His ne pert for receiving tho nomlnatloa rerr rood H" Is n Sixth District and we are nil ror hun fatmouth Pendletonlan Ills eet strength In wbe-- e ho is best kr.n which u the strongest evidenco of fail tneii worm, and ror this high oiBca 1 he has no uperlors Cnrrollton Democrat: AH who knswl WJ ) CLAUDE B. TERRELL Kentucky Standard: Ho has been i wn'i he Hluntlonal closely asti Intrreet of the hhU tor many jours, and popular edntdtlon he no stronger a (horn to. Hartford Herald: He Is splendidly mutinied, ns 111 service In oBie bes brought him close to the lutorvaU of the people Estill Tribune: He is a conserve- i Desirable Town Propealy For Sale In Hustonrille. REMARKABLE TRfBUTE ,172 of Sid T. Doutbitt's Countrymen Tour District una Ten Why He Should be Railroad J. G. FRITH, President JOHN ROBINS, Secretary F ...MONEY TO LEND... On Farms in Sums of $2,000 and up. Easy Terms. Apply to Etf Bromley & Bromley lft i The Insurance Agents Stanford, Kentucky. J Go To Farris' For Your Garden Tools and Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right. ;t' GET READY FOR THE FAIRS You will need Shirts, Collars, Ties and perhaps a Palm Beach Suit The Douthitt "bolsters," 172 in number, have just rotumed to their tinmp in Henrv county from n trip through 14 counties of the district in n 44 automomies, anil irom ine gained on the trip, together with reliable reports from other parts of tho district they are confident that he will be nominated in the primary of August Jth. His end of the District is composed of counties having large Democratic majorities and they will start him in the race with over 11,000 votes, which , with his large following in the counties visited by his boosters seems to make him a sure winner. He is a temendously popular man and as deserving as ho is popular. He has fought his way from the begin ning of his career, and his sympathies are with the people, lie is a Democrat always supporting the Democratic nomination, and will solve every ques-to- n that comes before him in accordance with Democratic doctrine that is, that the corporations shall be treated with exact justice, but that the people shall rule. He is n church member, a Sunday School worker, a Mason, an Odd Fellow and a Knieht of Pythias, and has always been on tlio right side of ev ery moral question, wo commend him to the Democrats of tho 2nd Railroad Commissioner's District as one who is wholly competent and absolutely worthy of every confidence. Chmn, of NEWTON imiUHT, Boosters. LUKE KAVANAUGIL County Judge. H. L. SCOTT, Shonir Henry County. II K. BOURNE, attorney. J. WIRT TURNElt. Attorney. HICHARD RADCLIFFE, Representative. E. A. GUILLION, Editor Henry iiuur-matio- This property consists of ono acre of land, with good house ef seven rooms, nice shado trees, a few fruit trees and grapevines, on a nice quite street within a few hundred feet of one of, the best graded schools in Central Kentucky, in ono of the best towns in Kentucky. This place has an e.xtrn large cistern that will supply uny family in the dryest season. If not sold privately before September New Haven Echo: Hn is ot tho Cth, will offer it at Public Auction younger bet of butdnuss men and on that day together with heusehold tho push that has always been goeds and other things. MRS. JAS. r. GOODS, :lustonvillo. " or GEO. C. GOODE, Covin K ton, Ky. P. S. Any one having claims again.nt the estate of Jas. P. Goode formerly n will present same, properly proven Lnwrence McKennn, to tho undersigned withn 30 days. member of the Lexington police force Uco. U. Uoode. GOtf. dropped dead in Hint city. pns-.ess- Smith's Grove Times: Tho county papers over the state aro giving Terrell their support, and It Is likely that he will carry tho stato by a larger majority than most candidates. Cloverport Newt: He Is a man who bas mado good in all his public trusts Ho Is a man well equipped for the olllco ho Is asking. Springfield Sun: Tho manner In which ho conducted tho affairs of his great trust as Speaker won for him many strong friends over tho stato, who aro now endeavoring to endorse his valuable serWco with linplirit faith and his loyalty and work for Democratic success entitle him' to recognition by tho party. Danville Messenger: Mr. Terrell hat gained much strength over the state, especially during the past two seems weeks, and his nomination nseured. Ills career Henry County Local: has beon prominent and noteworthy or tho atorllng character or this splendid young man It behooree the Democrats to remember him on election day. Owenton It should bo a pleitsuro to Owen County Democrats to cast their votes for him. He will mako a sufu and olllclent Treasurer. Woodford Blue Grass Clipper: Xono of the caudldates are receiving more farorablo mention. From ocry quarter como reports of tho great faor in which his candidacy Is held Louisville Evening Pott: Mr Ter- News-Heral- OHinkt ll0 nan tru-- t nt niilU IB "HOIII me lrw- - Ing. lilm nun to be for him. TrlmMa i 'uny is laioci to n.ivo a rcprMeaJa-t- l me among our stato oraclals coming four years. ; Grant County Newt; There (a blot on his escutcheon ns a lawsMO and a faithful servant ot tho peeple atid ho now comes with clean IhuhUM seeking n stato oillce Wo hare asrll uuuiii iih mil ri'iiei.1 creuiu Unlontown Telegram: IlesldM' ability which qualifies him to eflle ly conduct tho duties of Treasurer. is a natrve union countlan, WVMril J "1 makes a strong aiiDP.il to us. Sebree Banner: Tho ticket strength tn win in Novopiber, ( laude II Terrell wilt add much that lino Webster County votersi'U nnont to support him. Pembroke Journal: Tor rell (wcm1 hKe n vinner He has the cf tho lending nowepupcrs of thai In nil om ml potations ho has his fulthfu'ly Big Sandy Ntwt: In Kastetl tucky Mr Terrell Is very cmren nno wanij clean men m iiunaiu uuireii wm maxo auy in toting (or him. Hael Green Herald: No enn possibly mnko n mlstak Ins for Terrell, for he has In many positions or honor and novcr yet baa be been foa i .i - ts sire. Robertson Advance' He permit politic to make ot him i or biased man He Is able oaro of tho Treasurer's olfleev will carry Hils county Ewina Ennulrer? known as a man ot motor or mo good nnd-sl- His rtKUiO-nc W abllltrlUKl l Hoiiny oi me wjio wants to "idaco the rlHt in tho right place. Ruttell TimetDemocrat men nominaieu win uriRg to tiro ticket in tho general They wilt make nnmlsjakoltj ing lerrcn lor ireasurcn, Whltesburg Mountain 'Ea Stato Treasurer ho will bo "atl and bosldes doing much good-.- f constituents ho will be in Darii. for tho excellent work ho hat tfr iliine for Kenti!rk3i Pike County Newt: A JnWj tent gentleman and fully quaMt) the olllco ho seoks. - eiscstSssst :itcr2Hi support oi aayv iai - e For Claude B. Terrell For State Treati ,lllirilllillll:llllliril'irrtlT" m ll SALE OF PERSONALTY. On Saturday, August 14, 1915, nt 10 A. M., on the Hudson & Durton fnrm (Dennett Cloyd Office lf A. S. PRICE DENTIST Drug Store "rT""l Hours, Over S to 4 o'clock Shug'r's place), two miles east of Hustonville and one and one-hamiles wett of McKinney, I win sell publicly the following property belonging to Hudson & Durton: 25 yearling steers. 23 yearling heifers. 3 milk cows. 3 sucking calves. 3(1 200-pun- PUBLIC SALE 2Z of d hogs. stacks ef good timothy hay. 50 bushels of orchard grass. 1 Decring binder, good as new. 1 Superior wheat drrll. 8 disc, trood condition. At wmo timo about 185 ncres of glazing land will be rented. TERMS. W be iinneunccil on day of nao. C2-- 1 Mrs. BEDIE HUDSON. Acent 7 crib. 125 bushels wheat. 100 barrels selected white corn in Land, Stock And Crops WE WH-- L A Car of Lehigh T Jusf OFFER TO THE DIDDER ON HIGH-ES- Wednesday, August 11th, 1915, of u mnc our farm, located from tho depot ut Morelund, Ky., on tho Q. & C. road. The farm contains 220 ncres of land in high stato of cultivation, nnd is well improved. Tho residence is u good one, mid eentuins 10 rooms; all necessary outbuildings. There are twe largo stock barns, one tobacco barn, jack barn, granary, one double crrb; god well nnd cistern near door, iind nevor-faiin stok water from several springs. Tlio lu"rid Is well adapted to tho growth of tobacco, hemp, grain nnd grass. At the sumo time wo will sell 30 d steers, 22 head of steers 4 yearlng steers, C heifers, 0 cows with Polled Angus calves ut side, 3 springers, 1 Jersey milch cow und calf, 8 fat shoats, 1 registered jack 15 2 hands nigh, 1 Jack, 2 jennets, 1 pair mules, 1 stallion 14 2 hands, 1 family hersu 8 years old, 1 d surrey, 1 brood marc, u buggy, nnd n good lino of farming Implements; ulsu 25 ncres of growing corn, 3 acres of sorghum, 200 bushels oaU, 4 carloadpf hay. The land will bo offered in two parcels and tho nus a wholo. Terms und made known on day of sale. bale begins at 10:;iu A. M., prompt. one-four- th 10-acU 1,200-poun800-pou1-two-seatelib-or- al Wc have just unloaded a car of Lehigh Portland' at our warehouse. If you are in the market for ccniv is a chance you cannot afford to overlook. Lehigh is a i which gives you the best value, for it is ground to fach ' fineness that it makes the strongest concrete. LLnlWlCEMENT has been used on many or the largest municipal aiWfj contracts throughout the country a good test of its n It will give you the best satisfaction in your coocra Come in and let us figure on your requirements. FOR SALE DY J. H. DAUGHMAN ' & GO.,, Local. "Murdered By Gov. WhHman' On Decker Coffin. A silvc plato bcauni: nhe insription "Charles Decker, murdered July 30, 1915, by Governor Whitman," was plnced on the coffin containing Decker's body by direction of his widow. Tho plate is 4x7 inches inside nnd the letters in script un inch hih. It is fastened. Mrs. Decker is quoted ns snyvint: thnt she detemined on this plan afto blio appealed to Cover- -' nor wntiroan ror u reprieve, which ly We have them. the goverment denied. W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard Kentucky BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J, MoreUnd Personals. Miss Lillie Kails has returned from n visit to Dr. und Mrs. Jones at Salt Lick Mrs. W. II. Itigney is ut the bedside of her mother, Mrs. Luther Underwood, Hr Danville. Mrs. .Livingston Cooper is convales-cint,- '. I'rof. und Mrs Steuben' God-be- y ure Buests of his brother, Dr. Duke Godbcy, at I'erryville.. FARM FOR SALE. For the purpose of dividing tho es tate of W. G. lloutt, deceasod, we of. for for salu piivutcly the farm of 80 ucres. this farm has on it a good residence or seven reomn, two porches und cellar, cistern at door in good repair. Residence has just been painted and in good repair. Good frame barn, 50xt0 feet in fleet first class condition. On tho plaeo aro hen house, meat house, buggy houso. tool houso nnd other outbuildings. The farm ia spiciitlidly watered with creek und u never-failin- g snrlhir. vno lnml Is In n high state of cultivation. Forty acres aro in grass nnd tho rest is being cul- uvuteci. mile it is jocntcd one-haWest of Peyton's Wiell, two miles East of Morcland und -1 milo from pike ut Sam Helm's. It adjoins the lands of Sam Helm, H. C. Nunnclley, George Gaddis nnd H. P. Martin and is a most desirable place. W. D. Routt offers for sale 20 ncrex nf lnml udjoining- - this property. This land is a part of the originul tract, lying on Uie KnBt side and is unimproved, but is in a good stato of cultivation. For fuithcr particulars call on J. It. Routt, W. I). Routt, or Georgo II. Routt, Morelund, Ky. The latter can be o ouud on the premises. lf 150-lm- 3. T. D. NEWLA1 Opposite the Court-Houa- t, Possesion to suit tho purchaser. C. M. BACK & SONS, Morcland, Ky. CAPT. T, D. ENGLISH, Auct. Wants to sell you an lotFreezer and Refrigerai?orj your Groceries. Phont - m - ft? ... ign-- ( s ir3fcrvfcvll p&VA ' r3 flT" fTGg1- - g KarjaasMeMf "ej