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Fstoms 1 ) iv THE fNTEtlOR JOURNAT No. 63 Thli pp Step Wfcen Yoat Tim li By Watch (M Sate Oa Ltkri m Rtasw Your SttaerlftHoa Pronydy, Established 860. 56th Year. CANAL F Stanford, Lincoln CountyJCcntucky, Friday, August 6, 1915 Tuesdays and Fridays v ft f.f f- I r, 7" '" "T upper locks of each flight, for tho WARSAW TAKEN. KIEL'S STORE. NEWS NOTES To The Democrat, of Lincoln County EYE BURNED OUT. purposo of checking tho flow of water T.lttln Thihvle .niivnntr nf atnrli'a . .. r. . . " """"V--;- " " Several .1 n .... T-- mm. ... in enso of necessity, Hnppcnlngi of the State and Nation through tho weeks ngo I nnnounccd Bailer D. Holtzclaw i MUlllns, uiggeu my twelfth cnll oifMrs. Ilnrclirt Interior Journnl that In Tho entire workings of tho locks nu..ia.Dy Emperor Suffer. Horri-hi- e Mrs. Frnnk.1). Jcffers nnd llttlo William. Told In a Few Word.. the event of the election of Hon. C. nro controlled by ono mnn who lins Accident. hayc returned to Louisson, Frank, C. Fox ns Circuit Judge In the coma diagram at n switchboard In tim U. S. S. Ohio Warsaw, tlrinl largest city of tho I ville nftcr a Hprt stay with friends. Revolutionary leaders in Haiti ing election I would no by him While mnklng a punch out ot nn trill n 'if JU till II Snn Diego, Cnl., July 20, 1015 control station of cvory part of the TfliBalnsi l 'mnUfl mi. ii it nni.iilHllnH ' Mrs. Snlllc Howell and Miss Knth- - have objected tho proposition mndc Master Commissioner named Lincoln itiaooniii of the old file In n blacksmith shop on his mere are three or these sta- of nearly iiiiiU iocks. Dcnr Interior: IIonnker,.of Louisville, nr with ny peace commissioners. 1,000,000, wns captured by crino Circuit Court. Since that time I hnvn place Wednesday nftcrnoon, Mr. It in becnuse I hnvo n particularly tions ono nt Gatun. n second nt Pe- tho armies of Kmperor William yes- Mr. and Mrs. Kred Jcffers. The finnl figuics show that 081 actively cnmpnlgncd In his bhnlf and Mailer D. Holtzclaw, who lives on the interesting Buhjcct that I cspocinlly dro Miguel and n third at Mirnfloros. terday. Tho fortress was stormed by Miss Fannie North is populnr prin- persons lost their lives in tho East- have met with much encouragement. Crab Orchnrd iko, just beyond Ce-dThe general schemn of lltrhtlmr Ilavarinn troops under the leader cipal of RifTe Academy. Mrs. Virgil land disaster nt Chicago. desiro to write you. In fact, I feci I feel deeply grateful to my many buoying with an that you, ns well os your friend, nnd or range tho Canal includes the ship of Prince Leopold of Itavarin. Hoguc is accomplished tutor nt Letcher Christopher and Miss Ella friends who have been so kind as to which Creek, methim to loso accident will cnuso uso lights to establish sight of would like to know n few of tho Stnpp's schoolhouso and Miss Mary Henry, both of Lancaster, went to take an interest in my behalf. How- his left eye. A red-hTho of picco of steel on the longer tongents nnd hnd evacuation wnythe Polish capital regarding tho greatest nrtiflclnl been under for sovcrnl days, Jeter is in successful control at Frycs Danville nnd were married. ever, I belcivc from Investigation that flew out of tho tongs ho wns holding of side lights spread about one mllo wotcrwuy that science has ever proArch Prolllt is in Inil nt Owentnn. there will be used against him for the It with nnd struck him in govcrnmctnl institu- I'reek uoiicgo. apart to mnrk each side of tho chan- anil most ot tho removed tho corner ' duced tho I'nnamn Canal. Weather forjjtwo weeks favored charged with beating his before the purpose of corrupting tho voters of of his left eye, nel. In tho Cut there nrc three bea- tions hnd been old child to death nnd whipping his tho district thousands of dollars in nnd cnusing himdestroying tho sight After leaving Annapolis our sqund-ro- n cons nt each angle Gcrmnns succeeded in forcing tho farmers in laying by corn nnd unspenknbbj pain. and between these gntcs of tho city. While Grand Duke via sailed for the reposition hnv nndirmts. Needed rains wife. money and whisky. Mr. Fox has It took some time to romo-nro Intermediate tho Samuel Gompcrs announced that Guantnnnmo, Culm, tho I'nnamn Cn- keeping n ship beacons in pairs. By Nicholas Bnvcd tho rnntn Russian ar- fell Saturday and Sunday nights, a thnt he would not uso anv burning phre of steel. Dr. J. W. pointed mldwuy lie. I nnl.. Sail DIpijo nnil Ina AmjmI the Federation of Crab Orchnrd, was phon- tween these beacons one mny ntlhcrc my from capture by its timely with- Hi cat stimulus to corn r.nd garden will American an inquiry of I.nlmr such methods in securing his nomina shall only attempt to speak of our conduct Into tho tion, he will not do so, and he is undrawal to new positions prepared for crops. J ?"" " cnmo nt onco to trip thru tho Cnrrlbcnn and othor closely to the center or wie Canal. Wo willing for his friends to do so. I aid of the Injured mnn. ITe did tho The Cut is not yet free of slides, it, it Is still mennced by the Germans happiestnro healthiest nnd just now r.nstland disaster. the The earnings of waters in n missing way for tho hamlet in the Kighth. Panama Canal think this position very commendable he could to relieve his sufferings,what nnd Austrlnns, who hnvo crossed the chances of any moro serious Hug hut Itself will occupy all tho space tho, tho nro Of like nrca few, if any favored for July show n decided increase ovand untrouble considcrnlT 'esscned. are within Narew lines. Tho invaders spots have relatively so many lively er any previous months since the op- but under the circumstances I nm this was not long in discovering that tho you have time for. ten miles of Riga, an imwilling to continue nctively in s ght had been destroyed. Mr. Holtzpoints of dcenest exrnvnllnn In passing let mo add thnt our Tho In 80s grand- ening of tho waterway. race and I now release him from his claw was doing as well as could be Culebrn Cut, JOG feet, at Gold portant port on the Gulf of Riga, patriarchs in 70s and great grandTho wnr slump commander hnd tho distinctive priv- nro nnd 304 not yet gray, n affected tho feet nt Contractor's hill, which is also being evacuated. It is fathers who finds nmuscment in dailv cotton industry of which south Is over. pledge to name me Commissioner, expected at last accounts. His host battleship hill ilege to command tho first the stilted that tho German Kmperor will father, nnd I release my friends from their or friends afl over the county deeply squadron to ko thru the Canal. Our opposite. There hnvo bcn 31 slidos enter Wnrsnw in state within a few hard work and agiddy great grand- nccording to W. P. Hnrdlng, of the promise mndo me to support Mr. Fox In tho Cut. These slides lire of two sympathize with him in his Wisships, the Uhto, Hissoari nnd days. Tho noxt move of the Germnn father who Is lift t'rnciously willin' reuorni licscrve Hoard. on my nccount. President Wilson Is nlnnninir to consin, under tho commnnd of Tlenr varieties, the first Is brought about nrmlcs is prnblumntfonl. While some uarKis it unv (ibhihim or name i eir- In conclusion I desire to state that by the slipping of thu ton Invrr nf Admiral Fullam, Supt. of tho Naval c)ny nntl enrth gotty in the marJH has enough pelf mnkc national defense tho for Mr. Fox and mv with A Final Word to Lincoln Democrat.. (ti a smooth sloping military observers say they will fur for two nnd n stock of approved principal subjects in his ono ofmes I will votesimply Academy with Gen. Klwood, who is surface next drawal is because I can not go ther pursue tho Russians on their of a harder material; a secIn A few hours thn lmfiln rr l,ni- sage to Congress, it is stated. in commanil of tho U. S. troops in lit up against a proposition of "money lines, others predict that nietv. ond kind, which Is properly called n especially happy goes the Cunnl zone, nnil Mr. William After putting her tour small chil- nnd whisky" in the election with "con- lots will begin and I want again to That we arc big scale will hrenk, is due to tho steepness of tho now n movement on n Krnnco-Hrilisnlngs I'rire, formery of Danville, slopes nnd without saying when known thai not dren into n well and drowning them, versation nnd n glass of water." ask the democrats of this rmmK. h the press.ire of tho super- bo made against the stand by my brother, W. P. .Mrs. Leo Ky., U. S. .Minister to Pnnnmn, Alaour incumbent mntcrinl upon the underly- lines in Franco nnd Ilclgium. The a single; cuizcn oinnd nillownsmp n committed Tatum. of Dcalsville. man- Thanking my friends for tho interest in his race for Secretary ofWnlton, with 15Q or more other guests ing layer State. suicide in the samo candidates they have taken in my behalf and Hritish press does not nttempt to running for office of softer earth. Tied work, of honor on bonrd tho flagship, "mndc town to them that I deeply appreciate able down byout in I have not been Everything scorns to ho "well in minimiro fthc Importance of tho Ger- rush through pulso. without effortwa- ner. Whitley county Republican is to get his behalf and A their wny" cautiously thru tho "big hand" now, provisions A drink of feel popular mo same, l beg to remain. having been man victory iu 'Polnnd. mane a pcrsonnJKple. wr lis support, cut" Your Friend, Tho French Chamber of Doputies ter, cordial handshake nnd goodbye running for office on a platform tho mono ior the preservation nnd main- I crave it aJrThc same. but principal plank of which is that ho is We could do no 'ies than wonder o It would JESSE C. LYNN. met nnd the session wns marked bv nfter adding h jeard with his a work was be a source of gratification greater nt tho remarkable ingenuity of tho tcnance of character that to so stu manifestntions of patriotism. Tho to our outerpnural decorations. "ns ugly and as honest ns old Abe ns pendous In I enn express to you to have tho render it than men who planned nntl executed such I impractical ns well with circus posters n me- Lincoln." ns dnnirerous. fi- - President of the republic in n mes-sa- Combinedwith troupe of (political) Hecnuse of n contribution to the To The Voter, of Lincoln County best county in the State, my homo a marvelous work. Every natural nancinllv. to said, among other things, that nagerie nermit of nnv Irrnfrnlnr. In response to the above article county, go for him, wno has done so campaign aid wns accepted, every advantage tho only pence France could nc.cnt acrobats is suggosted and a sight ono gaugcr of Congressman Langley I desire to say that it is true that I much for me. I promtso in the rewas readily taken in order to com- Hies wan tno pinn o; construction. the Of course, every part of tho zone wns ono which gunrnntoed the peace prompts guest of date when are show has been dischargedCincinnati district do not believe in the use of money quest for votes for him that this the will be nnd three others veriplete this undertaking. In truth, nf- is now, now, nnd is coming. Our vestibules it can not assume of France. and whisky in elections. A man as- last I shall ever make of my homo tor n thorough Investigation one so attractive n spectre us it will Unofficial, dispatches indirntc the table portrait niches of our plctuio have beenn suspended. take TwenU'-scvebodies have been re- piring to the honorable position of people. If thev comnlv. T s'hnll h.. would come to the conclusion that iralleries. But the in tho future when the nrtistic side immense difficulties which the Itali- much to determine problem is not so covered following the cloudburst circuit Judge, is. in mv oninion. un- - very nappy, nut tt they see fit to detho Canal could not ho other thnn is moro thoroughly developed t respective qualians nre encountering in their efforts worthy of the office if his title to feat him here, I shall have no word lb. is, thnt is an Ideal construction, to overcome the Austrian opposition fications and deserts of candidates inundated Erie, Pa., Tuesday night. bo nt that it would have been Impossible should not develop nil surprised to sec on the frontier. They have brought whoso circulnr letters flood our malls, The property loss is estimated to be the same is procured by corruntinc of complaint, believing that they the Zone into nn nttrnctivc and debauching the citizens of his have expressed their wishes, which to attempt n second plan. up additional heavy guns and hnve but to firgcr out just how influential more than $3,000,000. they have such perfect right to do. n appeal for a United States district. The Canal does not. ns is generally winter resort. There nro many nnd begun n new bombardment of Gori- and consequential we Rubes nro in If I am nominated on August 7th, Thaking all who havo by word or thought, cross the Isthmus from enst vnrious kinds of gnmo; ana Hie InKo lla. The same dispatches, however tho deal. All high trump-pardsure, merchant marine to net as n naval has tho natural requisites auxiliary in case of wnr is contained it will be by the votes of the honest (Iced done nny thing In my brother's to west. Its general direction is nt Gntunsuch caprices are nuthorlty for the statement that for tho letters tell It In fact, in asfor as citizenship of this district and not behalf, I am sincerely, yours, E. C. from northwest to southeast the Pa- llko just have in an ideal one should the Italians have captured several sortment of tho miscellaneous flot- in n letter written by Cccretary to winter by the uso of money and whisky. I Walton. of the Treasury. cific entrance near I'nnamn City, beit miles of newly constructed tranches sam we aro gradeiiycholco apples," Dr. S. E. Nell has withdrawn from would rather be defeated than nomimiles enst of Colon, the now, The climnto is hot there just nt Polazzo. ing 22 and in gustatory tett of the flaves-ccbut ni the winter approaches Superintendent Snyder Dead. the race for tho republican nomina nated by using such methods. A mnn entrance. This is misleadAtlantic conflux hnvo been pronounced nnd who sits in judgment upon the rights Elmer E. Snyder, sunorintnndont ing to tho casual observers, however, Zonethe sun's declination chances tho our In tion for Represantativc of Adair will he very pleasant, indeed. To the Voter, of Thi. Judicial Di.trlct "pure pumpkin." To disport suppress Cumberland counties.' ., Illness in and and liberties ot others should as of this division is peculiar to noto thnt this is the In view of the L. & N. and his It dividualities modostlv, anil of sume those duties with clean hands well known here, died at his homejin A CARD. jl. only place where tho sun rises in the and taking inits natural niivnntnges, display of extraordinary vanity in uiiiiiy is given ns me .reason. consideration the traf W. M. Neal, who for a long time nnd n pure heirt. Louisville vestcrdav aftpr n nrnfrarf. I am Informed that 'Mri Charles discussion of our "flpoence" demand Pacific and sets in the Atlantic. fic that is sure to develop, I seo no I make this appeal to you in the cd illness of n complication of diseaswas connected with the Farmers' This Is n lake cnnnl ns well ns a reason why tho Panama Canal Fox, my opponent, "visited nnlaily pa vigilant nttcntion tenth o brakes. per in Danvlllo ann. hail settlor pubdominating feature should not become n most As this can't anticipate primary Home Journal, and who used at at- closing hours of tho campaign and es. He had been with the L. '& N. lock canal. The attractive lication a card from Mr. Jesse Lynn, long enough to cut ahy ice, is no be tend courts here in the interests of trust that my will meet with for many years and no mnn connected being Gatun lake, n body of water waterway. which ho said that he trayal of conlidcnco phd coming from that paper, died in Louisville Wednes- your nppioial at the pulls next Sat- with thnt great corporation wns held covering approximately lfil square Since our arrival in Saw Piego. of Stanford, in urday, August 7th, 1015. in higher esteem than he. He was miles. This lake is an clavntcd body nothing has been neglected on tho would release his friends from sup- a jolly old Rebel can't be construed day. Very truly yours, very close to President Milton II. A number of long-terour enemies' of water maintaining n surrnco level part of the local people to entertain port on his account of Mr. Fox for an offensivo butt-intCHAS. C. FOX. ' Abb Sm.th.tWho frequently visited his sea level o who were tlld not expect to Circuit nt from 85 to 87 feet us. Today I crossed the border into accpt Jinlge. ns he'Commissionorship domestic disscntions. 'mantleHall says terminate convicted before tho inde during his illness. Mr. Snyder Chnrley Fair weari,. of the the Master sentence law has enacted by the Gatun dam and locks on the Mexico, isiting the townof Tia Jame. W. McElwain Drad. was n personal friend of Agent J. S. put up have been he Atlantic side nnd the Pedro Miguel It wns interesting to seo the under him, ns and could not ngninst ancient spellbinder, Hon. Allen than role by the given their liberty on paM". Jamci W. McElwain, the aged Rice, of thi"? city, who feels deeply latin Talbott. moro gracefully Kentucky Board of Prislocks urn! dam on tho Pacific side. Villaists who are on guard duty whiskey and money water on Commissioners. father of Mrs. John Sam Owsley, of the loss of the splendid gentleman. ever did Elisha that.ff Elijah. The famous Culebrn Cut. where thora there. One naturally dosires to see He can rido farther, shake more I have seen Mr. Fox of have been so ninny slidi), 5? an arm this country, one time, where there President Wilson pardoned Har- this city, died at his homo nt Frank The handsome passenger depot here is a monument of this lake conned inir this body ftf Is practlcnlly no law. To use the times since he authorized the publica- hands, kiss more babies, hypnotize vey Gregory, of London, who was lin nt 5 d'clock Thursday morning, tendent. Agent to the dead superinRico informed him water with the IV ro Miguel locks common phraseology of the clay "ev- tion nlluded to. He has .not talked moro proud mothers, make more tell convicted of sellinor whiskv and piven after a protracted illness. He is surwhich are the entrances to Mlrnllorcs erything ia wido open." It is true with me about it, rior would he have inir speeches and win more votes in a year in the penitentiary that he vived by lu.s wu'e nnd fivo children: as tpthe needs hero and he carried bam- Gtrssie" Thnlips, MoMlamcs John out his wishes to tho letter. On r- a day to nil that licences arc issued there to kill given mo....... 1.1opportunity!,.,.,..answer IhnnT.lnra than l.' any thrge average inntt" njight r.pfiirr.hoaVw afrftaWt,7onir' .. ..V,.,.... ! Phelps, Miss Beulah McElwain, Mr. ccipt of the news of Mr. Snyder's it The entire lengin ot uie uanui human beings. All that invHiiu inuiner. McElwain und Mrs. Owsley. The death Mr. Rice left for Louisville nnd water in the I a fie to dee,. tf'&rticVftr- rnMtVctiner1rjhatT learned that" Abb has known ChnrKy smto long from Dr. Evelyn K. Bush, of Louisville. Carl to six -- th' uuuiy mf.v iwicy. not to dangerous '?! the welfare iAUhri vessel v, ill P f commanlty nnd .)(.rmit !s he had itrequecd4tne paper Should oeion; is not losing sleep nbout her declared that health Is more import- latter went and his bedside some with will attend the burial at Paris, Tenn. wcek& ago has remained Ca.sey miles!. In is. publish noujytuUWnit later. ant to women than the privilege of him night and day since. Unbounded Mill Engleman Entertain. Rook Club le cntori series oft three . locks nt Iiftn.1 nued to kill such a personage if it be ho ntihlish it in'tHr Interior Journal 1I next representative all the candi- - voting, in nn address to the Amerin..t-n.wl ! .1 . is felt for HFrnn Hie ,..!. I...!.... iu '.,nr, necessary and I understand, the would ask the publication of his card. dates are McKce Rifle is upholster- can Osteopathic Association in ses- sympathyhere, whose her by her many ly The Dixie Rook Club was charmingsympathy also entertained by Miss Sue Taylor Tho way friends tn 85 feet to the level of Gntun lake. pretext for such action is never quesIf Mr. Fox means to convey the imsion at Portland, Ore. Huston-vill- e goes out to the rest of the family, Engleman Thursday afternoon at her pression to the peoplo of my district ing his end of Liberty and It will sail thru this Inr.c ir n tioned. Judge Robert Swing was elected whoso hearts now bleed because of pretty home on Lancaster street. highway has induced every busiof 24 miles to Gamboa where thnt I have used or authorized the use I cannot praise this country (CalMayor of it will enter Culebrn Cut. It will pass ifornia) too highly, yet I must ndd in my race, of whiskey, or money, ness man in town to discard horse ard, City Nashville, and J.toO. Tank- the irreparable loss they have sus- After the game an ice course was Commissioner, misucceed tained. Mr. McElwain was a promi- served. The color scheme was beaufor I have not. He motors for gasoline hoping that Ca- Mayor Howse and City thru the Cut, n distance of nine I shall be glad when the time comes he is Commission- nent citizen of Simpson county and tifully carried out. Those present les, in a channel to Pedro Miguel. when I shall visit our dear old state. seems to have grown historical under sey seeing Lincoln's good works will who the certainty of defeat. I nm sure be converted, renounce her sins ami er Robert Elliott, the were recently his entire life of 81 years was spent wero: Mesdames W. II. Shanks. J. There it will enter a lock and b lowSincerely, i:ster law. near tho town where he died. Mr. B. Foster, J. S. Rice, T. A. Rice, Bet-ti- o If you enn arrange suspended under feet to n small lake, Mirered 30 tliat Mr. Tox feel that it is not rue, do likewise. W. L. McCAItTY. Despondent because under the John Sam Owsley went to Franklin Bush. E. P. Woods, H. R. Sau-fleaflores, and will pass throug it for n or he would have notified me in time your business so that McKeo and his P. S. I did not pcnk of our re G. G. Perry, W. J. Dozier. E. J. law she could not Thursday in answer to a wire tell nf ..limit t 1." milcM to Mir- crew can deaden a few miles over the new .is. to hnve answered the publication. ception at San Diego, however, I am I wish to sny to the people now line, Tom Hell nnd Lawrence Rrown secure morphine, to which habit she ing of Mr. Mchlwain s critical illness, Brown, Carl Rhodes, Susan Ycager, iv florcs station. There it will enter you a paper :rom wnicn yoi precinct in will join a happy choir ia singing was addicted, Mrs. Sallie Pigg, forty but arrived too late to see his father-in-la- S. J. Embry, Jr.. J. H. Wright, Hartwo locks in series and be lowered our wel that I have visited each he ry Hill, T. J. Hill, J. Howeastein, years old, jumped in front of a C. & alive. to a level passing out into tho Pa- - '""X J''K: this nature ofthe begin- - this district nnd I feel assured that praises to your good roadmaker. is only come nnd James Harris, John O. Reid, C. Hays Much longer travel over our best O. passenger train at Ashland and n(ic. the body of tho people of the district ning. Foster, W. W. Saunders, Alfred Vi.ited Hoo.lerdom in a Maxwell. aro overwhelmingly for me nnd that roads will surely preclude all possi- was decapitated. Gatun dnm which forms Gntun Boiling, ble chance of a host of hitherto good Tho Cedar Rapids, Iowa, National my election is assured. Mrs. Agnes Herrin and son, James Pence, Shelton Saufley, lake by impounding the waters of Dol) Mora-lanWin. (he Dig Stake is getting back or Bank, was held up and robbed of Hcrrin, nnd Mrs. Carl King, of Crab and Misses Mary Elizabeth McKin-netho Chagres and its tributaries I hnvo scrupulously overtaken to people ever again Lyle Cooper, Lottio Carson, milts long, 2 mi'.o At tho Illtie Grass fair at Lexing- make and have mnde nn honorable that straight though narrow thor- $21,300, early Wednesday morning Orchard, and Prescott Brown, of this nearly 1 Harris, Sue Taylor Engleman by a lone robber, who, nt the point city, have returned from n two weeks wide nt its base nnd nbout 100 feet ton Wednesday, the Kentucky Kid- race, seeking at the nnnrts of the elec- oughfare which ends in Glory. Rapid respiration has been burden- of a revolver, compelled Leo Perrine visit to friends and relatives in In and Lucy Lee Walton. widi nt tho top. It is in reality n dle horse sweepstake of $250 was torate the reward of endorsement ridge uniting the high hills on either won by II. E. Moreland's famous upon my record ns Judge. I made some beyond comfortable endurance tho paying teller, to open the vaults dianapolis and other Hoosler towns. Spoonamore Sander.. They made the trip in a Maxwell car side of the Chngres, thus conertlng show horse. Cascade, anil the $500 n comparative examination of my of the industrious nnd broiling in the and afterward locked him up. Miss Jewel Spoonamoro, the at- -Stv saddle suckling colt class was cap- standing with other Judges in the shade is inevitable when temperature the valley into n hugli reservoir. Mr. L. B. Givens had his pocket and it only took a day going and The spillway which provides for tured by Ward & Wurd's Society Court of Appeals and find that my is 5 to 10 degrees above blood-hepicked at the Fair last Thursday and coming between Indianapolis and tractive daughter of Mrs. S. M. whew! The speedometer showed Spoonamore, of Hubble, and James tho overflow of the lake in flood time, Favorite, n filly by Hourbon King, rank Is equal with, if not higher than his loss was considerable $75 in Stanford. We were again impressed by law notes nnd checks, $15 in cash and that 1,000 miles had been covered Sanders, n prominent young farmer Is a concrete lined channel cut thru out of Society ltelle by Montgomery the average Circuit Ju,ge who has of two n hill of rock nearly in the center Chief. The latter prize was the rich- been seasoned with the experience of compensation and partiality diamond rings. He thoughtlessly on the trip and a single puncture of that section, motored to Lancaster of the dam. the bottom being 10 feet est of the week's programme, and of many more years upon the bench Providence. Mike Elkin came ir carried his largo pockctbook in his was tho extent of their nuto trou- and were joined heart nnd hand nt above sen level at the upstream end nearly nil of the original entry list than I have served, nnd considerably town ns Porter Stagg went out. hip pocket and it was easy for the bles. They made the trip through the home of Eld. F. M. Tinder by Kvery voter in town is regretful thief Harrodsburg Leader. were in the ring. higher than the first term Judges, on high gear. The party visited the that gentlemnn. They went on to nud sloping to sen level at the toe. of twenty-seve- n New Castle plant of the Maxwell peo- Lexington, where they took the Q. & This spillway does not permit the lake There were R. E. Moreland's Cas- therefore I believe, from my experi- that ho didn't have chance to share ple and were given a royal welcomo C. for the North to spend their honto attain more than 87 feet abovo cade and Rectina, A. G. Jones' Prin- ence with the people, thnt they will tho dust and enthusiasm of that junTook Thirty-Tw- o Tie.. management. eymoon. Tho bride, who is a charm sen level, thus guarding against too cess V., Powhatan Farm's Richelieu not make an exception of me in fnil-in- g ta In boost of John Sam. John Owsley Reid got back from by the KiiiL'. Matt S. Cohen's Judge Mont ing young woman, is anieco of Mesfccvorc a strain on Uie 'octts. to endorse my course. the Blue Grass far at Lexington Take. Final Survey. dames L. H. nnd Will T. Stone, of Mr. Bryan Here. Adjacent to the north wall of tho gomery, llrooks Ilros.' Reginn Lloyd, feeling pretty good, thank you. He I have held office only for the unCol. W. P. Wnlton, of Lexington, showed forty of his chickens and got spillway ia located a hydroelectric Ray & Knwlcs' Lee filler, T. 11. ami- - expired term of tho Into Judge Sau-fleMr. William Bryan, of the L. & N., this city, and she has many friends here nnd station capable of generating, thru ley's Hourbon Knight nnd McCray a full term to which, who is a candidate for the Democrat- sixteen blue ties, fourteen reds and was here this morning talking up the gratulate elsewhere who feel to conand not tho turbines, enough power for the ope- llros.' Dare Devil. It took a long nccording to for State, Democratic custom, I ic nomination for Secretary of taking two third ties. Only thrco of his cheap Mammoth Cave trip his com who has won fortunate young man her. ration of tho locks, machine snop,s' time for such veteran judges ns Mess- am entitled. Now that the race is was in Louisville yesterday liirds were not plnec. This means a pany offers for Wednesday next, 11, their many friends In The I. J. joins wishing them a div dock, coal namiiing pinni, umi-le- rs. Hoyd, Nagal and A. S. llond to coming to a close, I await with con- the final survey of his fences in the great deal, as some of tho biggest and on which tho young ladles who long life filled to overflowing with nnd for the lighting of the locks decide us to which wns the best. fidence the decision of tho peoplo, Fifth district. Col. Wnlton could not chicken fanciers of the United States won Mammoth Cave trips in the InopKing wns plnced second, Richelieu be moro sanguine of success in the nnd zone towns, nnd if desirable, exhibits at Lexington. Mr. Reid terior Journal contest will take pas- happiness. prepared to bow submissively erating the Panama U. R. The water Princess V third, iiiul Rectina four- will whatever it may be. to their primary next Saturday, nnd ho feels had given much time to the gather- sage. Tho train leaves hero at 4:10 I have has or this th. Tho judges were unable to reach neccksary for the operation n clean race have no fear that he has the nomination "nailed ing together of fine chickens and he Wednesday morning und arrives nt Mr. Manning'. Commit. Ion Recalled. a conclusion between Princess V., mnde issue. As and plant Is supplied from the kike. Tho commission of Jesso A. Manthe end of tho con- down." Col. Wnlton, who is n vet- has a lot that ho has reason to feel the cavo for dinner. Mr. Brynn will of tho and Rectina for third place, nnd the test draws near and tho interest be- eran newspaper publisher, has the al- proud of. Mr. Reid also won tho four bo nt tho cave to greet tho excursion- ning, carrier oiv R. F. D. No 3 from As Gntun lake was formed so has a similar construction. It referee had to be cutten n. comes intensified, many reports of most solid support of the State press specials for the best four Ulue Anda-lusia- ists and will render them nny nnd ull Stanford, hns been recalled effective aid he can. Tho trip is a delightful tomorrow. Until his successor Is is enclosed by dams connec'lng tho in the show combinations nnd unfair practices are in his race, and tho editors nro con tinually chosen Claiborne C. Walton is carryone and tho price is very low. Garrard Convict Paroled. walls of Miraflores lockR with tho circulated. For myself I wish to de- suspects "plugging" for him. Nobody ing tho mail on that route. He made Col. Walton of being on nny high ground on either side. There Among the convicts paroled from clare that I nm making this race upTwo Dead) Only Five Left. his first trip yesterday, going with Louisville Times. Sluggish Liver Cau.e. Trouble, U nlso n spillway nt this lake simi- the Frankfort penitentiary this week on my merits, seeking to take no un- "machine slate." Sister Clenolina Johnson, eighty-fou- r secondary Tho discomfort und dangers of hot Mr. .Manning in order to catch on to lar to that at Gntun. A supply for was Jones Simpson, of Garrard coun- fair advantage by starting nny reyears old, and Sistor Murtlfa OlImmigration at Low Ebb, Mr. use of this lake is n water ty, who was sentenced to serve 21 ports upon my opponent. It is a years old, died within weather aro doubled If tho liver is tho workings of tho business. son, eighty-si- x e southern years for killing Hud Cusoy on the well known fact that the election Immigration wns it its lowest since five hours of ench other at Shaker-tow- sluggish and the bowels Inuctivo Manning has mado many friends of tho Canal villages on the patrons he has served who learnslope of the Continental divide nnd occasion of a debauch of n crowd of schemer and trickster awaits for a 1880 during tho twelve months ended Their death reduces this onco Foley Cathartic Tablets uro prompt, tho city of Panama. boys, nt tho conclusion of which two tlmo when false reports cannot bo July 1, nnd the net increnso In the largo and prosperous band of shakers wholesome nnd effective In action ed with regret that ho Is to bo sucAs I mention before, theso Inkcs men, including Caey with his- - skull corrected to put them In circulation. foreign population for the year was to five. Both wero natives of Sweden without griping or pain. If you feel ceeded by another. nro artificial and every precaution crushed, woro dead and u house I can not believe, however, that any less than 48,000. Statistics Issued nnd both died from tho infirmities lazy and languid, bloated or overfull, Good Janitor. must bo taken in order to preserve burned to tho ground. There was report reflecting upon me can possi- show 320,700 immigrant and 107,544 of age. Funeral services wero held at u Foley Cathartic Tablet will help The selection of John Robinson, of tho required economy in water from doubt of Simpson's guilt, nnd Gov. bly find n believer. nliens wero admitted Shakertown, conducted by tho Rov. you. Stout persons welcome the being utilized Willson in refusing a pardon said ho color, to tho lakes, one supply I hnvo served this district as Com- during the year, while 204,074 emi F. T. Mclntire. They wero intorrcd light and free feeling they bring. house was tako caro of the courts. to pass n vessel thin niu entire a judicious one. He is nn thought Simpson should servo five monwealth's Attornoy and wus en- grant nnd 180,100 side by side In tho little Shaker cem- Sold everywhere. ono lock years before applying. Water Is passed from excellent jnnitor nnd not only keeps dorsed. I hnvo served It for n short nliens departed. Admission was re etery. culvorts, the Uio court-hous- o to another by means of looking spick and Harvey Helm Here time as Judge and I feel confident fused to 24,111 aliens. span but the yard n the very pink main culvert having nn uroa of J54 Tall Corn. Two Common Summer Ailment.. that thoso who have watched my Hon. Harvey Helm was iu town of ones vnry-in- g square feet: tho smaller condition. Wo do not know of a Take Out The A.hei. Mr. Tinsley Spoonamoro brought for n few minutes Friduy. Ho was reThousands of hay fever and asth- course will testify to mv character, from 33 to 44 squaro feet. It Uremia is due to tho circulation in to this office this week a stalk of corn turning from n trip to Shelby coun- man who fills his position better questions minutes to fill nnd ma victims who nro not nMc to go to to my views upon publicmy requires ubout 15 official the system of poison und wasto pro- that measures fifteen feet nnd ten ty. Mr. Helm is greatly pleased with than Robinson. empty a lock. The tlmo of passage tho mountains find relief in Foley's nnd to the Integrity of ducts that should be removed from inches. It has two good curs on it tho encouraging words spoken of his tho entiro Cnnnl Is Honey uiul Tar Compound. It allays conduct. Robert Frederick Die. Suddenly. of n vessel thru Hasting my case upon tho confi- the blood by the khlnoys. If tho ash- and Mr. Spoonamoro says It- - is about candidacy, and wo believe ho will ranging from 10 to 12 tho inflammation, soothes and heals ostimnted nt Robert Frederick,'. need cs. ,11,., . " raw and rasping bronchial tubes and dence that the people have for my es ur) not removed the fire dies and tho licighth or the rest or tho corn have no opposition. Ho has made suuueniy ot a hours. heart trouble on tho difficulty In integrity and fitness for the oflico, tho machinery stops. So with thu in n fciuall field he has. If tho rains good, and his constituents aro not nllowcd to pass thru helps to overcome Ships nre farm of Sam M. Owens, near waste products of tho system. Foley continue tho corn crop will bo it Danville Messenger. demerits of tlw locks under their own power, but breathing, and makes sound, re- and not upon any to convey my op- Kidney Pills help tho kidnoys re- bumper one, and as corn is king, wo and was buried In Poplar ponent, I wish to my nro towcil by eletrlc locomotives op- freshing sleep possible. Sold Grove burvincr ltouik! in rrnonv ir,. move waste matter thnt causes rheu- bhould all bo happy yet. Kicked Mrom Hi. Hone friends tho cheer of certain victory, erating on tracks on tho lock walls. Is survived by a considerable family. If they remain faithful, nnd tho as- matism, aches nnd pains, stiff joints A son of J, B. Wade, living near Fender chains ure plnced on tho upChildren'. Summer Cold.. surance that I have made no deals nnd sore muscles. Sold everywhere. Walnut Flat, was kicked from his Credit Men's A.ioclatlo side of the, gates to prevent stream Brakemen Was Cured. to Meet. with banks or individuals by promisIt Is wrong to neglect a cold nt horse and badly hurt the other day. Tho members of them from being rammed by n ship F. A. Wootsey, Jacksonville, Tex., ing them anything for their support Death of Infant. any time because it weakens tho He was driving u lot of mules, when sociation will meet Credit Men', Asmight get uway from tho towing that Friday nighl at "I was down with kidney An Infant of C. C. Fletcher, who system and lays tho sufferer open one of the hybrids kicked and severe- 7:30 in Judge Bailey's locomotives. Should ft vessel rnm writes: nnd rheumatism: had a back or activity. I wish also to thank my court room. friends for their confidence and sup- lives near Highland, died and wns to attack from other diseases. vY'et ly Injured him. fender, tho chain would bo let out trouble All merchants and professional mnn this .,,,! iriidunlly by nn automutic ro- - ache all tho time and was tired of port, und should I bo so fortunate ns buried at Mt. Moriali Wcilnojikty. feet, iuclden changes in teinoera-tur- o desiring to become members are living. I took Foley Kidney Pills and to bo nominated und elected John W. Rawllng. Out of Race and sleeping uncovered at Invited to attend. lease until the vessel came to a stop. was thoroughly cured." Thousands ward them by faithful and I will ro. The llttlo thing's muthor died twb honorable months ago. tight uuuie many clii'dreu'i ir John W, Rawllngs, tho Double gates aro also provided. have written similar letters. Foley E. J. IIOWKNSTEIN, Sec. upon tho bench. Foley Honov nnJ Tar Dunvillo attorney, service snmniur. has withdrawn Again thoro Is u dam of tho movable Theodore G. Ililbo wai nomltMtsd ''omnound elves sure and nromnt iu. from tho raco for Superintendent of Respectfully, type an emergency dam which Is Kidney Pills nro tonic in effect and Carroll county voted S50.000 fn, ("icf Sold ttvwwtur?. C. A. HARDIN. Governor nt Mississippi. Public Instruction. Uaiood In tho head bay above the act promptly. Sold everywhere. improvement of roads. THE PANAMA Will MeCarty Writ.. Mo.t Enter (inly of the "Big Ditch." """ 111 ar U four-mont- hns-vcstl- o n, Ca-n- nl fnr-flu- ng ng pic-tur- gc o, rt. nt po-iln- m p m bed-sid- Ju-an- a. . K dp k ui-iii- .... jftiUint' T - nf-lll- I lirst-clas- s. dis-Uin- co n, ,... y, nnti-narcot- w d y, 1- -2 Le-vi- sa y, re n. 1 m T sat-fie- d. cor-dial- ly well-know- n : i ..AIA . The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, August 6, 1915 L3 Brodhead Fair, August cjMi.JiuMiuamn 1 13 Days. !i .,-- n wl Tic. Are You Ac quaiited WITH THE OFFICERS OF THIS BANK? Are they acquainted with resources? your financial ... ... i;t w ,i - The Interior Journal V Fd M 30,000 VOICES And Many are the Voicrt of Sinn-for- d V II TON A SUl KI nd Manae.ra ADVANCE People. And that' the number of American men and vomin, I'oan'n who are publicly praieintc Imik-nche- $1.00 A f KR ( HTRICTt.Y IN kmW Inttred at Thai potttflrt mIt l xtinftri (u ttnoi grnnd chorus! to n- - Thirty thousand m'mm Hh.it r rOI.lTIC.lL Mvnrr Ike MWIa jret to ItoaiotrrtM Ihrrmt J nig' Interior Jedr-- JLXXOVXCKUMXIS w SHItoCrsei. al pct-M-fr, mtM It-t- tar e, .t rr AHf. Tla, lflS sb- - 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 more, and invites an interview with conservative business men who desire liberal banking facilities. K IIlBDrl, cl'AS. C FUX. C. OmuI); of.Mrfr Oeantt. I H For Common wratl Atlttnn J. 8 OWSI.RY. Jr.. of Mtmln dm Mr. Lf'nr llmtlro C(mmiitr kijAiii. of irmasj. ivji. J. F.. NEWMAN, of Nila County. tor Cirrml Cleft r r'rn JIAIIH1IAI.I. C XBffUSD. n LrffiiUltuft vr li'firmentittiH W. O. 0UUC1I ,nr. n. wbaiibx. The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky "CORNER NEXT TO. COURT HOUSE" Surplus $ 00, 00.00 Capital $ 00,000.00 Resources $500,000.00 W. H. Shanks, Pres. J. B. Paxtqn, W. M. Bright, Cash. J. W. Rochester, 1 1 1 V-Pre- s. sh A-Ca- i j LadiesAndGentlemen. m All our Oxfords and Light Shoes must go now regardless of our loss. We have about 600 Pairs of Oxfords in Ladies, Gents and Misses that we will sell at 98c a pair. j i Good Styles and Latest Shapes But we have to make room for our Fall Shoes. You have August, September and October to wear these. Three months for for 98c. Bring the whole family in and fit them all. All on our Bargain Counter. ROBINSON'S. SOCCO. (Water Glass.) Eggs laid away fresh during the season when they are cheap will be in perfectly good condition during the Winter months when treated with Soc-cor water glass. Easy to use and inexpensive. 10c a can. o PENNY'S DRUG STORE, THE REXALL STORE STANFORD, JCV. it goes "Which shall it be? I looked nt John; John looked ut mo." Which will r Stanley? The it be McCkcsney writer believes that the raco will be very close and that it is merely guess work to state who will win. With out he would wager that Stanley would be first in the race. out men iucucrmoii. m nut uui mm is not going to get out, so there you G3-- 1 have it. Time alone will toll. In this mm to have county both sidtv GREEN RIVER NEWS. money nnd we presume the other munitions of war. There are many Mr. John Wells visitvd relatives in voters in the county who have to be Casey last week. "persuaded," to the county's discredMrs. Malva Terry, of Cincinnati, it, be it said. While it looks like the is the guest of her sister, Mrs. M. O. majority of the standing up vote is Mason. for McChesney the one best bet to us Miss Ottie Curtis is very sick. Hus is that the sida which gets the big- indentions of typhoid we are sorry "floating to state. gest end of the clement" will win in Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Floyd were gucsU of her the week-en- d It is unfortunnte that Judge John J. H. Newell at Middleburg. father, Snm Owsley could not be in his dis Rev. Hubbard of Stanford is contrict during the closing hours or the meetings at New series hot enmpaign in which he is making ducting uHaving of large attendance. the raco for Commonwealth's Attor- Bethel.Vaught of Science Hill, is here Mr. ney, but fate decreed that he should this week leading the singing class Mr. James W. during not. His father-in-lathe meeting at New Bethel. McElwain, died at Franklin Thurs- He is accompanied by Mrs. Vnught. day morning and he of course atRev. Walker and Bro. Hubbard tended the burial. It is sincerely hopmade splendid talks at the W. C. ed that his absence was not taken ad- each at Geneva Sunday afternoon. vantage of. but that his friends T. U. Schools on Green River are proworked the harder because he was gressing nicely with x'rof. Bennet as npcessanlv absent. His Lincoln coun teacher at Yocum, Miss Stella Peck ty friends are putting in the day for at Jumbo, and Miss Julia Williams at him visiting various sections of the Miracle. district and are doing all in their Mrs. James Winkle got her hand power to make his majority on the burned very badly while canning bermorrow as large as possible. ries. The bottom of the can came The order of Maccabees has gone out, emptying the boiling hot conall the other fraternal orders one tents into her hand. Misses Anna and Ida Hutchinson better. The others will not take in a candidate for insurance who is ad- of Mt. Moriah, who have recently Macca- - moved back from Covington, have dicted to strong drink. The tiooalinvo nnssml an order that wnen been the attractive guests of their a man who is already carrying insur- cousin, Miss Alma Terry. ance becomes an habitual drunkard he must forfeit his insurance and get Stanford Puts It On Paint Lick Boys. In the most interesting game seen out of the order. Looks like the time is coming when the man who in- at the local park this year Stanford do anything defeated Paint Lick by the score of dulges wont be able to ar- 4 to 0. The fine pitching of Hall for except drink, and when State-wid- e rives he cant do that. "Pussonal Stanford, coupled with the good playprivileges" be darned. ing of his teammates, were the feaLick segame. "The democrats of Lincoln county tures of the hits whilePaint Stanford three are tearing their clothes for John cured got four. This ties the the numup Sam Owsley for Commonwealth's At- boys torney," says the Danville Advocate ber of games won. It is hoped that editorially. You bet your boots they the tie can be played off here. are and they will continue to do so, Postponing Old Age. so to speak, until four o'clock toOverworked, weak or diseased kidmorrow afternoon. And there's a son: Judge John Sam Owsley is tha neys make one feel old before midman for the ofTW. i n man nmong dle age. Rheumatism, aches nnd men and very close to the hearts of pains, too free perspiration of strong his home people. They're all for odor and other symptoms are warnJudge John Sam over here, brother. ing that the kidneys need help. Foley Kidney Pills make the kidneys strong Dunne a temperance speech at and active. Sold everywhere. Rev. George R. Stewart was the victim of a peculiar and pain Largest Hoard of Gold in the World. ful accident. Growing excited and The largest hoard of gold in the gesticulating with much emphasis he brought his right arm down with world is that held in the vaults of the much force. A glass tumbler caught Russian State Bank, amounting to the blow and was smashed to smither about $850,000,000. Yet n visitor eens. His hand was so badly cut that may travel from Ohc end of Russia several stiches had to be taken to to the other and not sc enough gold close the gash. It isn't good some coin to buy a pair of shoes. Paper currency is used universally.- times to gesticulate too freely. It is refreshing to rcac those editoAgent for Rex Coal. rials that the Advocate is printing N. W. Rowland coal They are full of "pep" and dealer, hasFowle, tho the exclusive now. secured timely. It does us good to agency for the celebrated Rex Coal are most see the editorial writer of that pa- in this county, except at Crab Orper resume operations after his long chard. Watch out for an "ad." silence. 1 Sixty-on- o persons were injured in The Richmond "Climax is so hot Black, of Barbourville, n collision between Iron Mountain for James S. for lieutenant governor that it prints and Southern passenger trains near two pictures of him n its tast edi- Ozark, Ark. tion. When the Climax goes 1 e ,-- ,m Kidney Pills for relief from kidney and bladder ill. Thry lliey tell it in y it to frlonda. the home papers. Stanford people lift nro in this chorui, Here's n Stanford cne: Whitley Ave., J. T. Spoonamore, Stnnfoid, snya: "I wm down with mv back nnd I couldn't stoop or hit The kidney secretion were too frc-- j quant in passage nnd cniiMd me n W great deal of annoyance. 1 tried n dozen different medicines, but didn't get nny bencllt until I began using w Uoan's Kidney Pills. By the time ($ was cured. I I had finish! two boxes, Kidney trouble hns never bothered me since. Others of my family have also Ufed Bonn's Kidney Pills and have found them satisfactory." Price 50c, at nil dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy me same Kct Uoan's Kidney Pill: that Mr. Spoonanfoie had. Co., Props., Buffalo, N. I LAST NOTICE This Announcement will not appear again this season, but we want jusl to remind you women one more lime of the opportuni ty to buy WOMEN'S LOW SHOES at a price 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 MALE REAL VALUE. . We want them out of ou Aj WE WANT YOU TO HAVE THEM, and the price we arc making is certainly an inducement; $1 to $2.50 now. In the lot there are some of THE BEST GOODS OUT THIS SEASON. You should see them. a. aw rALK ER McRoberts & Bailey MAIN STREET STANFORD, KENTUCKY Bowmar's Tours, Niagara Falls and California Write Bowmar's Tours, Versailles Ky., for booklets containing details tour to Niagara of ideal Falls, Toronto, Buffalo and Detroit, starting Tuesday, Sept. 7. The last Bowmar Tour to California and the West will start about October 20. Descriptive booklet ready 02-tSept. 1. f. Giong to Close Out THE ENTIRE STOCK THE GREAT Lunches and Cooling Drinks May Be Obtained Slaughter in Prices BEGINS When In Danville at SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1915 COME ONE COME ALL SHOP PERFECT (Incorporated) DANVILLE, - - KY. J. C. M'Clary A-- " LYON'S BUSY CASH STORE 1. rfV um. RSUll UNDERTAKER AND EMIALME1 Office Phone 167. Heme Phwe STHIF0RD. KENTUCKY. J W TAYLOR, ManaKer. id It Ititc of Ohio. CUT f Tiltli. Lurmm fount jr. I rank J. Cheney imti lh that be 1. aealic tanner of the arm of I J, ('bene A Co., A me lllies In the Cltr of Toledo. Cuuntr and and that laid Ann win pa Plate aforesaid, IMILLAItS for the turn of (INK III'.MIIIKII rath and every caw of Catarrh that cannot he cured he the uae of Hall's Catarrh Cure. I HANK J. CIIK.NT.Y. Rworn tn before me and tutitcrlbed In rnr pre. nee, this Ot u day of A. lU. .Notary I'uhllr. Hall's Catarrh Cure N taken lutrrnalljr and directly uchi the IJ.nI and tnuroua aur art fares of the ayaleu. Hflid for trstlmonlala, free. CO., Toltdo. O. V. J CIIKXKV Sold by all DruriMiti. 7.V. Take Hall's family fills for constipation. Seal. Public Sale! Beginning at 10 o'clock sharp i 7 treutr. !. A. W. CI.CARON. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1915 I wiH sell at the highest and best bid, my Vote For Marshall C. Mewland for CIRCUIT CLERK Your Support. Will Be Appreciated We Have The Goods And Make The Prices. See Us. ASK ABOUT THE RUBY BALL BEARING SEWING MACHINE, TO BE GIVEN AWAY, AUGUST 2nd. SPECIAL PRICES ON t t i f ; i f i ALL PRODUCE. J i It comes off tomorrow, dear reader. May we never see just another such one. Primary, Then The Fair. On account of the interest manifested in the primary of tomorrow, the Knights of Pythias thought it best to keep quiet on the fair to be held hero Aug. 18, 19 and 20, until it is over, and we think it was a good idea. Monday u regular advertising campaign of the big event will begin and every town in this section will be flooded with bills, posters, etc., while the farm houses will be supplied with interesting literaturo telling of the good things in store for all who attend. The directors and other officers of the fair haTe reason to feel that tho fair is going to be a success from every standpoint nnd are working to that end. Remember the date and come. Owsley Boosters. HAVE YOU BEEN SICK? Then you realize the utter weakness that robs ambition, destroys appetite, Here's You and mokes work a burden. People's Market Place Adver-Yo- u The To restore that strengthandstamlnatlut Have to Sell tise What Is to essential, nothing has ever equaled v. iuujAiu-- wuu oarni lituuision, beg cause its FOR SALE. Second hand Mux-we- ll nourishment invigorates the blood to distribute runabout. Hargain if sold at once. 54-energy throughout the body while its tonic M. S. Uaughman, Stanford. value sharpens the appetite and restores health in a natural, permanent way. THE Wnynesburg Lumber Co., of If you are run down, tired, nervous, handles all kinds of overworked or lack strength, get Scott's Wayneaburg, Poplar sindings, $1.25 Btaulsion It is free from alcohol. dressed lumber. t. and up. Scott & Iiownc, WoomficlJ, t. J. Farm of 190 Acres at Burgin, Mercer Co., Ky. This is a first-cist- s farm, in good state of cultivation, with a modern residence, in a yard of fine shade trees. Fruit of all kinds, large barns, implement house, an abundance of water, well distributed, add to its desirability. TERMS OF SALEi One half cash) remainder in equal pay. ments, 1 and 2 years, at 6 per cent. Interest from date of posses, sion, which will be on or before October 1st, 1915. Sleek and equipment sufficient for a GOO acre farm will be offered at same time and place. Everything offered will be sold without a Credit of 4 months will be given on all personal property on turns exceeding $10 smaller amounts to be cash in hand and settlements made before property is removed. Dinner served on grounds. by-bi- What Want u strength-sustainin- tf y. S8-8- friends of John Sam Owsley, ono hundred strong, visited Danville en route home fiom the Ilnrrodsburg Fair, where they went to boost tho candidacy of Mr. Owsley in his rnce for Commonwealth's Attorney. They also visited other points and carried with them a brass band. Thero were twenty-fiv- e automobile loads. The boosters were organizeij and proceeded on their way without the knowledge of Mr. Owsloy. Danville Advocate. Stanford Something to Learn. "Does your daughter play the piano FOR SALE. 300 bushels, Harvest Oil, Oil, Attention Farmers. I can savo vou monev. can fill vom- - King, seod wheat, $1.50 per bushel. Winter Turf oats .75 cents. J. Frank barrel. or sell you a No. 1. un-tCl-date steel barrel with faucet, CO gal- Smith, Stanford, Phono 213. lon capacity, nt a low figure, and fill same with the best oil at low prices, FOR RENT My homo place, consaving you from $1 to $2. taining 20 acres, seven room house If you cannot make arrangements and large barn. Mrs. M. A. Gover, through your merchant, cull or phone Crab Orchard, Ky. 57-tStandard Oil Agent, J. W. SWEEN-ELancaster, Ky. Phone 152. 30 Dark grey coat nt Crab LOST. Orchard Springs. Has ray name in ono of the inside pockets. Reward W. b. Uryc, If returned to me. sheriffs ofllce. of. SAM J. BAILEY, Burgin, Ky. INSURE GET READY FOR THE FAIRS Your Property in the V You will need Shirts, Collars, Ties and perhaps a- - Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford. Conn.. with SALIN& SMITH, Ageits Stanford, Kentucky ESTRAY A dark red steer, weighing about 700 pounds, lame in ono of his hind legs, left my place Monday. Will give reward for his recovery or Information leading thereto. T. J. Hill, Sr., Stanford. It DR. J. G. CARPENTER Offico Dank in Lincoln County National IluiUliiiff Eye, nose, throat, ear, Gen-eto, Palm Beach Suit We have them. Am L L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. by ear?" "No," replied Mr. eumrox, "she utcs both hands and feet. But I don't think the has learned to uu her cars." W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard Kentucky urinary, rectal, pelvic diseases, nnnKtllrnt Intlff luuH ftWIIlfnllu tested, glasses scientifically prcscib-- l a l cd ctnefrnev lC-3r- ', 'i ''J T& -- ' - rs The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, August Mrs. T. II. Wcaren Is In LouNvilto this week. Ernest Pepplcs h otct frm Grcondalp to vote. nt Margaret Shanks I Mis firab Orchnrd Spr'nigi. Mr. Kliraboth Gooch went to Lexington t attend the fair. Mr. C. ('. Locte, of Rnlnntl( II. ('., i the guest of her hrtthcr, Mr, J. T. Livingston. Rev. J. W. Hngln nnd family, of Covington, nre (liv fruewta of Mr. II. ('. Hituitliman nntl family. G. A. McKobe.fi, of CovfnictM, was In the city with his nreihor, If. J. JJrltoberU, thin mormnt;. Her friends were dtltfhtctl to m MIm Urelc Reiuley well onKK t come to town thin rooming. Mi in Josphine Carpatiter wn hort Crab Orchard last week fflr time with relative and frlonda. Robert VanDeveer, of Richmond, i the of lit xrandfnUrir, Mr. M. O. VnDevcor nnd othor rolntrtos ho re. Little MIhmh Ewing, of Lthtmon, ;..s;r ..nr.l, ..if. .. ,, srs and irrantlmothor, Mrs. Mnrtha Adam. Mr. II. C. Rupley returned thta morning fnm a visit to relative nt ShophenUvIlle. All Stella Ruhloy ha returnod from Kanta City, whtre he has been for eeral wceka. Al Sevcmnse wm ilown from Crab Orchard Spring this morning. He syn a big crowd Is at the spring and tling nre mighty lively. MIhuc Mary Lo nntl Elimbath Given Midtlleaboro went to this morning to visit Mlnsu Snllic and Mary Ilird Given. Judge nntl Mr. W. M. Myers and on Howmnn, nntl Mi Knte Wnrri-nc- r, of Ilustonville, viltud with Mr. nntl Mrs. II. W. Phillips here Sunday. Cacy County News. The Toung Ladies Sewing Circle met with Mis Elizabeth McRoberts Higgius on Wednesday morning at ten o'clock. A very pleasant time wn had. Delightful refreshments were served. The Circle will meet with Miss Mary Moore Raney next Wednesday morning. Mr. ami Mrs. J. II. Fisher, of Lexington, nre over with the family of Mr. John Lutes. Mm. Fisher is very .proud of the fact that she took the premium on gooseberry preserves nt the Lexington fair, alio has been a house-keeponly a snort time, but i proving her ability a such. Mr. Wallace Cover, of Crab Orchnrd, cntertnlncd nt a delightful Rook Party Wednesday evening in hontrr of Miss Andrews, of Covington, Miss McArvy, of Cincinnati, and Mr. Jnmes C. Cooper, of this city. Delicious ice nntl cakes were served at the conclusion of the gnmes. Mr Thomn Hnvs Hronnugh won the high-e- t score of the cvcniiw. The gup'ts were: MKses Mnymc Holman. Iler-ti- e 6, 1915 Come and do your Banking Business with us, and we will show you thai our methods are up to date in every respect, and (hat the officers are competent, polite and obliging. r iT XaV aaaVlaaarrfMri twf "ItlJB ? ' f 8J A f ' s&j1" Xt5 TW brt&f'L , t Slv, fM ) T ,;S ' "AT. lr)l xut Get this 'for what ails-you! ltf 7" -- ji ;W -,. . m rt .m v M kW SWL. g&ii'M 'M m w .14 vapuai arm ourpius $78,500. t ry i. .... AffiZSTHSKIOTStiatffS 8 &mmmmmZi r..,..,. K&5G& mi EMxxsamwnwMM wm,r WMtf". i, J' i it ''; f"r 1 V&JU, rs m& Cv First National Bank Stanford, Ky. JUST about as as you K mm- w - v'iiV , jt.l. f'1 get next and try Prince Albert Jr. .'j-- r ., m tobacco you'll wise right up that m ?? ?sj Z&S2A for your taste! And that's no idle dream! TmL3fe red tin of P. A. that'll prove in jig time that you never did get such flavor and fragrance, whether you hit a jimmy pipe or roll up a delightful makin's cigarette. Line up in the row with other men; then you'll 6urc enough wake up to Rome pipe and cigarette makin's facts! It 's this zvay: Costs you a dime for a tidy it was made ? m Spring. ret nt theWolfe, of Danville, was .t....i,h Mr. H. 0. Hnnipton Is in Livings- hon. Tuesday evening for a short ton vUititiK relative. time. S. P. SowJer attended the Mt. .Mr. Kato Lenton, of Louisville, i Vernon fair yrnterdny. the guest of Mrs. IJ. P. Martin at Is visit-In- g Rowland. Mnrtha Clnrk Little Ml d relative nt Millenburg. Miss Snllio Mill Craig i.i In Hnlley Dawes ha returned to attending the house party of friemlR litre. Mis. Chcnault. nfter n visit to Mr. nnd Mm. John II. Shank arc I. II. Moscr came down from Crab upending a week nt Crnli Orchnrd Orchnrd Wednesday to ee friends Sprinc. for a few hours. H. L. Collier wns down from Crnb Mr. T. W. Jones nnd Misses Mary yoMerdny to have his nuto Shepherd Cook anil Mary Early were Orchard worked on. in Danville Wednesday. 13. K. Thompson, of Hoyle, took Mr. and .Mr. Jnmes Wilmot, Jr., yontcrdtiy for Mt. Ver- nre rejoining over the arrival o a the train here non to nttend the fair. little daughter nt their home. farmer Mr. nnd Mr. J. L. McKee KifTe C. C. Govcr, a upent fevernl dnya In Hustonvillc of the Hubble section, is threatened with lilnnil.iinison in hi thumb. ttiis week with relatives. Miw Corn II. Trontlo went to irnii Mi8 Knthcrnie Lewi nntl brother, Orchnrd yesterday to upend some Frank Lewi, of Louisville, were the time with Mr. Mujsrie Oover. gilenU of Miss Gertrude Wilkinson. Mr. nnd Mr. J. W. Kilcy nnd Or. Misse Annie nntl Pcnrl Oaks and J. It. Stiller, of Uristol. Va.. arc the Mrs. Jnme Meredith spent last Melsndia Chatlwick. AnThursday at Crab Orchard Springs. nie Perkins KUMts of MIm Cora Nunnel'.ey. Hronnugh, of Crab Orchnrd, and daughter, Mr. Snllio Johnson Umisville, nre Joe Lynn Coirey, wife niwl hand- Misses Ruth McCollnm nntl Harlan, some little son, Shelby, came over of Danville. Mls Mary Helm, of Misses Williams, of hero viMting fricndi and relatives. y from Frankfort Thuroday to be hero Louisville. Messrs. Montez Fish. EdSnuf-leDeputy Collector II. Kownn for the pi ininry. ward Edmiston, W. G. Holman, wn nt Mt. Vernon yesterday on Mise Sara Corminey and Jose- Thomas Hays Hronnugh, Shirley Gobusiness connected with his office. phine Pepple nre member of n house vcr nnd James Cooper. Mi Lillian W. McClary. of Knox- - party given by Miss Josephine doc.Mr. Mat-tiis visiting f illc.N'oviu nnd her istr, Mr. J. C. tor at Danville. Eaton, of Stanford, CHURCHES brother. Misses Claudia Rev. C. II. Greer will prench at MrPlnrv. anil Elizabeth Turley, of Richmond McKinney next Sunday aftcrneon at Mr. A. P. Hwnn nnd lUtlc Miw are the guest of Miss Etlle Ijind. 3:00 o'clock. Sarah Hunn, spent several day litis Lexington Herald. Rev. M. S. Clark, of Wilmorc, will jupoV in the country with Mr. Dan- Miss Knthorine Harrw, who has assist Rev. C. II. Greer in n meeting U1 Tnivlor. been at Lancaster, the guest of her nt Logan's Creek beginning next John Kiclds nttended the Mt. Ver grandparents, Judge nnd Mrs. E. W. Montlny night. non fair vesterdav ami incidentally Harris has returned home. Rev. J. II. Hagin. of Covington Mrs. W. II. Penny. Mrs. Mack Fish- will preach at the Christian church took down an order or two for flour Mary Cooper Sunday morning nt 11 o'clock. SubHaiichmnn & to. from J. II. er and baby, anil Miss .Mis Siillie Cooke will nrrlve to Penny, of Danville, were here Wedject, "Recognition of Our Royal Re night from Nashville to visit rela- nesday with relatives nntl friends. lationship." Everybody cordially inU. Hrnckctt, who has friend here who will he Miss lles'ie tives and vited. to Imvj her with them. been the guest of Mrs. Isaac HubMcthod'Kt church next SunAt and guest. bard ail family, nntl thcr relatives day, the Sunday-schoEd Wilkinson Mr. will meet at the I). 0. Portman nnd Mr. and in the country has returned home. Mr. 030 a. m. Preaching at 10:15 a. m Miss Adulia Woods anil Miss Min- and Enworth League at 7:00 p m Mr E. C. Moore, of Liberty, attended the Lexington fair this week. nie Woods are spending a week or ko Everybody Robert White arrived Wed- at Crab Orchard Springs. Mr. Hig-gi- n nil service. most cordially invited to Mr nesday from Poncn City, Okln.. to Woods, of Cincinnati i there At the Presbyterian church Sur-- 1 visit her son. Felix White, and bro- with them. - Mjniiiiv ricnooi, ytu; tiny, Aug Mr. George !' Hright. Slio Rev. Gardner anil wife, of ther, 1... Xl. ' ..- WT 1.1 uy .titirfiMijr stopped over for a few days pastor 11 noriiiui uuti K. Meeting.mi' went to Point Lenvell yesterdny to o clock; C with Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W. Lovell, also o'clock, "How Can We Promote the see her son, Jnko White. l1lM.es Annn nnd Pearl Oaks, of Miss Allcne Martin, of Knoxvillc, Temperance Reform." near Lancaster, and Miw Ma .Mae Tcnn., nnd Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Rev. .1. W. Hagin, wno has hcen Cecil, of Gilbert' Creek, were the of Cincinnati. pastor of tho lending Christian pleasant guest of their aunt, Mr. Mrs. Walter G. .Smith, who has church in Covington for the past James Meredith last week. been at Denver nnd I'nntfti City, Col. eleven year, going from the ChrisVnnDcvecr, who for several months Hlanchu Mis her health. tina tloing a great here, tnaght nt Rochester, N. V., Tin re- write that she Mill return to Stan-fo- work. church has seenis the membership He turned here to n'end the remainder about the first of September, increase from ISO to over fiftu. When of the 8mmer with relatives. She and hopes to be very much improved he took charge as pastor the congreha been traveling very extensively in health. gation hail n little church in an unsince her school was out. Mrs. Arthur Adam and children desirable part of the city; now the licit! went to Lexing John Owsley Clarence nnd Roy, and sister, Miss meetings are heltl in a magnificent ton Wednesday to see nfter those tine Hattie Greene, of Lexington, are vis- edifice recently erected at a cast of over Munday to be iting their aunt, Mrs. T. J. Good and nbout $00,000. The membership is chickens he sent rhown nt the Hlue Grass Fair. Mr. family. Mr. Adams and Mrs. J. L. an enthusiastic one nnd is growing Keid and Tilden Cook, flio latter a Greene and children, Goodloe and Inrger nnd stronger daily. Dr. Hagin chicken fancier nls, accompanied Joseph, will motor over Sunday to is more thnn pleased with his pas-- ; him. torate anil says that he feels more at thwn. Carl Carter nnd Marshall Stone Join T. G. Wilds, of Nicholasville, was home in Covington than anywhere. week for Detroit, Mich., the left this representing the but that it affords him an inestimaformer to accept a position in nn au- hi.'e Wednesday Insurance Co., and ble ampunt of pleirsuru to como back factory and the lnttcr in Henry Clay Fjre tomobile incidentally putting in u word or to Stanford, where ho got his better quest of a good paying Job. It is good people every nntl visit unrrou thai these young men have so tor II. .M. iromnn, 01 Agricul- half, nnd then. tho will preach at the He now to leave homo to get work, but find- county, for Commissioner of Sunday mornChristian church ing that it is necessary, it is most ture. Mr. Fromna is president of ing nnd the man here friends of the dis- the company Mr. Wild represents, commendable In them to do so. Itinguishcd minister will flock U hear Rich-monI.nn-enster well-know- n n ol Pleas-ureville, 1 Meim-bqugh, Personal and Social I,e I'.upluy is enjoying n week of PRINCE ALBERT the national joy smoke on all pipe and cigarette grouches because it can't bite tongues and can't parch throats. And you prove our say-s- o ! P. A. is made by a patented process that cuts out the bite aad the parch. This patented process is controlled exclusively by us. Remember that when you hear some of that "as good as P. A." stuff! Put9 the half-Nelson Right off the bat you'll get mighty happy 11 you'H go to Prince Albert like you're on the trail of a best bet. For you never will get honest and true tobacco satisfaction till you get chummy with Prince Albert the national Joy Jinoka! SolJ half-poun- in loppy redbagt, 5c; tidy red tins, 10c; aUo in pound and cctr)-whcr- d humidor. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Sale- N. C. sssss && mt8BgssSSB8S! Rex Coal. I BIG SPECIAL SALE s We will have a Special Sale Saturday and Monday, Primary election day and Court day. There are many seasonable goods that we want to dispose of and which you can buy from us at greatly reduced prices. Look at these now have the Exclusive Agency Lin- for the celebrated REX Coal in coln county except Crab Orchard p and solicit the custom of all lovers of REX, promising them a FAIR, (figures: fr SQUARE and HONEST DEAL. Men's Work Shirts, 4 for 95c Men's Summer Underwear, B. V. D., $1.00 suit, now 79c A few suits of Buck head Overalls, ::::::: N. W. JESSE A Fowle. at 79c VOTE FOR All Blood Disorders With Quickly Driven Away AstMirimt Results thi Grcaiect Blood ture, "Tho Legality of the Trial of Jesus.!' Services will bo held in the open space adjoining tho classroom, 1115:2 Duker avenue. Spevial music has been arranged. Courier-Journa- l. And what do you think of that? A message to all Mexican factions making a final defrom mand for peace will bo the first result of the conference of diplomats nntl State Department officials now in session in Washington. Latin-Americ- Will Give Bible Lecture. Edwin P. Morrow, of Somerset, will deliver Suinlny morning before the Glad Hand Ilible class hi lec- D. WEAREN Stanford Man 'now regular prices $2.50, $3.50 and $4.00, now 98c to $1.98 Men's Odd Pants, former prices, $1 to $5 ; now 79c to $2.98 Men's Suits, large stock to select from, former price $10.00 to $20.00 now at $6.48 to $13.48 Ladies' Silk Dresses, worth $7.50 to $16.00; now $3.98 to $7.98 House Dresses, worth $1.00 to $2.50; 79c 150 pairs Ladies' Low Cut Shoes, FOR CIRCUIT CLERK MANY OTHER BARGAINS COME AND SEE THEM Purifier Ever Discovered. Jesse D. Wearen ..... x The Bargain Store, SALEM & SALEM a BBbV BaHb-,YvAP- k ff FSavgMTrMM r1 Strength, Power, Accomplishment arc all Typified In S. S. S. disorder Uecomo icoi!y I eliminated from their presence Then, too, S. S. 8. ha such specific rooted In the eland and llmucs, and the mutako I made et resorting to drastic l rtimuutlon on llicto local cent) a to pro. drus. Tlicso unly aggravate ky cuuslns servo lliclr mutual welfnro and a liropcr rtkttlvo tuBlstanco to euth other. other and worso. trouble. A )int of In a very brief tlma 8. 8. 8. ha tho know thl to bo true They know wo under control rcemntrucllvo procc Jrom pulnful experience. Mood that rtumrknblo chunee are obseved. All To set lislit down Into where the S. K. H. tliu trcuU'nt cruvtlvc pl.iceH heal, niyHterUiiM lulu and I vitiated require relies havo dlapieared, anil from head to Hood purifier ever discovered. This rcmarkablo remedy contains ono foot thcro Is a conscious sensation of reIngredient, tho actlvs iurpoe of which I newed health. I'rom tho fact that S. 8. 8. Is purely to (tlmulato tho tluues to tho litulthy selection of Its own cmenttal nutriment a botanical preiurutlon, It 13 accepted by and the medicinal elemonts of thl mutcli-It- the weakest atomnch and ha treat tonlo Not ono drop of drug or blood purlller aro juit a csecntlal to Influence well bulanced health as the nutritious mlnvra! I used In II preparation, Ak of the meat, grain, fat and for 8. B. 8. and Inslit uiwn having It. element And If you dcslro iktllful udvho uum any cug&rs of our dally food, Not only thl, but If from tho presence matter concerning the blood nnd kln pf some disturbing poison thcro I a local writo to Tho Swift Spcclflo Ca, S08 Swift cr Bcneral intrferenco of nutrition to Hldg, Atlanta, Oa. l)o not ullow boino enuo boll, carbuncle, abacec and zeulous cte-- to larrup tho atmophcre In tundred trouble, 8. 8, 8. so directs the clcxiutiico over aomethlng "Jut a uood" local cell that this poUon U rejected and a 8, H. H, Hanaro of all counterfeits. Bomc Hood pco-plk lmvo Strict Military measure been launched at Erie, where twenty-lives were lost in Tuesday's fix storm, to prevent pestiUnco from following the flood. A committee f American business men will tour Central and South America in accordance with a plan Finanfostered ut tho cial Conference. Vote for the Home Man i RODMAN KEENON of Harrodsburg, Mercer County Davenport, In., was chosen as the next convention city of tho Knights of Columbus. aro troubled with heartburn, gases nnd a distressed feeling after eating takoa Eighth District for Mammoth Cave. Regular Morning Train, Aug. H. FROM STANFORD AN D WAY STATIONS Railroad Fare $1.35. Hoard at hotel Including tho rouW in Me two-daCave for $5.50. An outing for $9.85. Write or phone L. & N. Agent for particulars. Hound-trip If You DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION Dyspepsia Tablet Clerk Court of Appeals Primary Election August 7th, 1915 before ami after each meal antl you ill ob taiu pruiup t rclitf . Sold only by u,'J5q Penny' Drug Stor. BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THEJ I. J, V 'iv ".' The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, August Farm and Stock News 6, 1915 A. S. PRICE DENTIST Hourt, S to 4 o'clock Office Nice I TO THE VOTERS OF LINCOLN COUNTY; Beting a candidate for the nomination for your Circuit Court Clerk in the Democratic Primary to be held Saturday of this week, 1 wish to say and impress upon your minds that I am making the race entirely independent of any other candidate, and am soliciting your support entirely upon my qualifications, and if elected will attend to the duties of said office in person and will not allow anything to come between me and such duties. Hoping to receive your support, I beg to remain, Very Truly, JESSE D. WEAREN Walter Warren bought of T, W. Jones D8 pood entile at $3r. J, Lee Murphy, of the licilfrovllle ection, bought of Shell Onntts, of Boyle, fifteen cnttle nt $.15. 0?er Slmgar't Drug Store Cnvo City, hits cut of nine acres of tobacco, which i the first crop of the weed to bo cut thnt hns so far been announced. James Meredith bin recently purchased n cn load of nice cnttle. He itlso sold to O. V. Meredith, of n hunch of 1(1 calves nt n good price. John Cntlett, of Mercer, has n brood marc IM yearn old thnt has foaled 20 colts, 10 of which he sold for $ 1,000. He has four left thnt he holds f- - ?500. At the snle of pure bred Holstcini, held recently nt 1). A. Kly's Riverside animals Farm, Pcninsaln, Ohio, sold for $8,lf0, nn average price of The highest price paid wns $142. his crop W. J. Hap, of Sal-vis- a, Farm For Sale Privately. desire K sell privntely my fnrm of 25 ncrcs. known ns the Olio An- Ldosson place, locnteJ In sight of Tur- ncrsvillc, nnd Improved with a house nnd good big stock or tobneco barn, cribs, hen houses nnd good pnir stock scale on pike. Land Is in good stnto of cultivation, most nil in grass now. Well and cistern in ynrd. A bargain f sold nt once Terms to suit iurchncr. Ornnvlllo Lutes, Stanford, K. F. D. No. 5. TO THE PUBLIC. I represc-n- t 1916 Maxwell $655F.O.B. Factory at Detroit including electric lights, starter, etc. Will be on display Monday, County Court Day SEE IT stx-roo- m r.y $205. A BARGAIN in a second hand long shaft Frazer Cart with rubber tires at W. H. Hi ggms Brodhead Fair Aug. 11, 12, 13, 1915 K) n .. Buggy Given Away FREE! The Association Will Give to the Holder of Lucky Number a Handsome Rubber Tire Runabout Worth $85.00 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 given to the holder of lucky number on the latt day of the Fair. Save nnd be pretent at the drawing. You may get your tick the runabout. Pertona holding the lucky nurroer mutt be on the ground, else another number wHI be selected. Buggy now on display in front of Robins' Drug Store, Special Attraction and select amusements provided for each day. GOOD RACES and FINE SHOW HORSES Liberal Premiums offered in every department. THIS IS EVERYBODY'S FAIR AND WE WANT EVERY-BODTO COME BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER GOOD BAND OF MUSIC it::::: There were 2,800 cnttle on the Rktimond market Monday and most of them chniiRcd hnnds. Prices rangto Oc. Murphy and ed from 4 Hughes, of ML Sterling bought 75 old cows nt 5c. Sheep sold nt 0 Business was nctivc nnd while buyer and seller were fnr apart in the morning, they Rot together in the nnd many trades were made. Tlornard Meyer, of Findome, N. J., owns K. Cordcssa Scott, n year-ol- d reentered Holstcin til;, which millionnirc wants to buy. He made nn offer to stnnd for two years of 100 n pound for the bull. Meyers estimntes mat. me uun win 2,000 pounds before he is three years Small Farm for Sale. old, and that, therefore, he will be Contains 100 acres, three miles 5200,000. werth east of Wnynesburg. Xo residence on it. but has trood barn and other KINGS MOUNTAIN. outbuildings. Good orchuril nnd well Mrs. James Dye is seriously iH. watered. 25 ucrcs in cultivation. Mr! Willis Routcn is very sick at For further particulars call on or J. W. Smith. Wayncsburg, Ky., this writing. 63-Mr. Lonie Padgett is very bad with It. F. D No. 1., C. M. Lung. typhoid favcr. A strike of C0,00 member of the I)orn to the wife of S. C. Alford, Garment International son. Indies' d a Miss Grace Thompson is visitinp Workers' Union wns averted by arbitration in Now York. her Miss Elizabeth Dyo was visiting home folks Sunday. Mrs. Martha Wall is improving nf-tn long spell of .sickness. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bob Diskon nrc fricnd3 at Pleasant Point. Hetsv Ann Singleton, of Mr Mrs. James Brown hns returned home from Lexington, after n pleasWill Reliovo Your Indigestion ant visit to her son. Both physicians here have been Penny'Drug St or. continkept rather busy since thero ues so much sickness. Law. Mrs. Wm. Dye is some what im- Jefferson School & proved after nn attnek of stomach delighted to see trouble. We are CUMI'MTT rr t'K"tn her out ngain. iiiT3T.vi wrttiX 5 f it. Wnynesburg. is visiting relatives. Trimble has returnMiss Gertrude liiiirti, 'lu i n trnr i.a K 'nip ed home after spending several days tn con I rtf nt Dr. Caldwell's. Services were held at the M. h. EU10IT PLShESAatR, Sic'y, Lsiiirule, Kr. Chufh here Saturday night, Sunday and Sunda- - night, by Rev. Smith with very good attendof this pln-jcHARRY JACOBS ance. Wmlev Bastin. wife and son. were Manufacturers and Dealers in preent at a birthday dinner given at her father's a few days ago. More High - Class Monuments. than a hundred guests enjoyed the Original Doignt and Prompt Service bountiful dinner which wus served. Guaranteed Quality Connections The remains of Mr. Ed Houp, for- at all Granite and Marble Quarriet. of Ludlow, were buried nt Office and Workt on Cemetery Hill. merly Pleasant Point cemetery Inst "Sunday. Cloted on Saturdays uhone 164 Services were conducted by Rev. J. STANFORD KENTUCKY Singleton. A largo concourse of A. friends and relatives followed the reL. Beazley & Co., mains to tlmir last resting place. Quite a number attended the Disthis trict Conference held at which place was the 20Uh to 23rd of July, a SUCCCSS in evury way. sermons were preached by mo uis-triSuperintendent and other teamed ministers. The music was enjoyed bv nil. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER MRS. BEAM TELLS OF Matting, Rugs. FurniHER ONE FEAR Furniture ture Exchan;ed far all Kindt Of Stick. Ravenous She It Appetite So PHONE 42 STANFORD. KY Afraid Bill Will Be Raited. l-- ip tho Inrgest nnd host clothing housd In this R. S. EUBANK, v- 1M V. Price A Co., Ckicngo The man whose sympathies nrc countr- experience in measuring nnd 111. My with children, nnd whose greatest ac- directing the mnKing of your clothes, tivities have been exercised hi im- gucs mo the ndvnntngc over one who proving educntionnl conditions for the is not n prncticnl tnllor. If yau will countrv child. His County School givo me your order I will promise Bonn! 'law hns made possible the ed- you n You will get tho ucation of country children, through worth square deal. of your money, cither In tho the County High School, while resid- cheapest grades or the higher priced. ing under their parent's roof, mid My SPUING and SUMMKtt lino of it conserves the people's money by samples are now rendy for your bringing educntionnl opportunity to Cnll nnd let mo show you. them. This law has done more to II. C. RUPLEY, the Practical Tallot public schools from poliremove the tics than any other one law on the Desirable Town Property For Sale statutes. The people arc with Jin. In Huitontine. Eubank in his race ftr the office ol Stnto Superintendent of Public In This property consists of ie ncrc struction, because his heart is with thrtil, nnd his best efforts hnvc been of land, with good house of seven directed in their liehnlf. He hns used rooms, nlco shad trees, n few fruit his own time nnd paid his own ex- trees and grapevines, on n nice qulto penses while sccuriifg the passage street within n few nuaitrcil feet of of measures which have benefitted one of the best graded schools hi Cen (Adv.) tral Kentucky, in one of tho best the public schools. mndc-to-ord- RC.Carpenter at Lincoln County National Bank t ss 8 ten-poun- towns in Kentucky. This place has an cxtrn lnrge cistern that will supply any family in the dryest senson. If not sold privately before September Cth, will offer it nt Public Auction on Uiat dny together with household gooiis and other things. MRS. JAS. P. GOODS. lIuttonviRe, or GEO. C. GOODE, 8ovinRton, Ky. 1. S. Any ono having claims against the estate of Jas. P. Goodc will present same, properly proven to,tRo undersigned witlin .10 iT.ivs. Geo. C. Goode. SALE OF PERSONALTY. GOtf. ' - -- ' - 'TT"' "" ernnd-pnrcnt- cr vis-iti- Dyspepsia Tablets On Saturday, August 14, 1915, beginning nt 10 A. M i tho Hudson & Burton farm (Bennett Cloyd place), two miles cat of Hustonville and one nnd one-hamiles west of McKinncy, I will sell publicly tle following property belonging to Hudson lf A Car of Lehigh Just Arrived & Burton: Wc have Just unloaded a car of Lehigh Portland Cement at our warehouse. If you are in the market for cement this is a chance you cannot afford to overlook. Lehigh is a cement which gives you the best value, for it is ground to such a 1 fineness that it mokes the strongest concrete. OT5ilS ' ri 25 yearling1 sKsers. 23 yenrling heifers. .T milk cows. .1 sticking calves. 200-pun- d .1u hogs. LifllMlCEMENT has been used on many of the largest municipal nnd paving contracts throughout the country a good test of its reliability. It will give you the best satisfaction in your concrete work. Come in and let us figure on your requirements. FOR SALE BY tr jBl crib. 7 100 barrels selected white corn In 2r bushels wheat. I i ii 1 cordition. 5t bu.shels of orchard grass. 1 Dcering binder, good as new. 1 Superior whent drill, 8 disc, good sta"ks of good timothy hay. J. II. BAUGHMAN & CO. , day of sale. (!2-- t nmc time about 185 acres of grazing land will be rented. TERMS. Will be announced on l () Mrs. BEDIE HUDSON, FARM FOR SALE. Agent J. ""'." ct Louisville, Leon Y J. G. FRITH, President JOHN ROBINS, Secretary CDRTRIGHT METAL SHINGLES gnxmatf never needrepairs, are fnexpen- sjve. ibeaimw ana stormproof. t I M I'll 4 tW!S523 mUsm wtiNBr LWdnhavefiworgy woour Tie roou Jl iiMA A'a Tfieviworieak burn?.curJ FtLrjm fnmtlfjf&fylf hszBaeEzeJt crack like, slate. bK For Sal by sides with her mother in Bardstown, enme to Louisville recently for the soli- - nurnose of exnressing her grati tude for the remarkable accomplishments of the new medicine, Tanlac. She said: or "I have been frightfully nervous I was short of and so BOURBON POULTRY breath, nnd fclight noises which did not formerly disturb me, upset my CURE nerves dreadfully. If I had any endown tho throat ol a etplng ergy I raally didn't realize it. I chicken, dettroys the worms took little interest in anything, nnd and taves'thechlck'i life. A fewlropHln the drlnkta? distressing headaches when those water cures and mo I wau almost frantic. enme upon PREVENTS DISEASE My digestion was bad nnd I hnd no appetite. For the treatment of Whits Diarrhoea In chlckt "Thieo or four doses of Tnnlae and lilacMieud.and otherUIcei In turkeyt made me feel decidedly better. I BOURBON POULTRY CURE HAS NO EQUAL have used a whole bottle of Tanlac, and um improved in every way. My One 3c bottle mafcea 12 gallons of medicine. digestion is butter, my nerves are in an excellent conditicn, nnd I have more color and foel stronger than I have in two or three years. Really, I PUBLIC SALE have tho mest ravenous appoHtc, nnd my only fear is that my mother will be forced to increase my board bill." Tanlac, the premier preparation, that brought such quick relief to Mrs. DESIRABLE FARM CONTAINING Beam nnd thousands of others, can be obtained in Stnnford at Penny's 95 ACRES (3-- l drug itore. Ky., August 5. Mrs. wife of the S. Beam, traveling salesman, who rewell-kno- r f' "r t ONE. DROP For tho purpose of dividing the es W. 0. Routt, dtcenacd, we of fer for salo privately the farm of 80 nores. This fnrm hns nn it a eood residence of seven rooms, two porcli- i and cellar, cistern nt door in good repair. Residence has just been painted and in good repair. God frame bartv 60x40 feet in first first class condition. On the plticc nre hen house, meat house, buggy house, tool house nnd athcr outbuildings. The farm is splendidly watered with creek nnd n ncver-finlln- g spring. rn land is in n high state of cultivation. Forty acres grass aad the rest is being cularc in tivated, k. is located one-hamile West of Peyton's Well, twjo miles mile from East f Morclnnd nad pike nt Sam Helm's. It adjoins the Sam Helm, R. C. Nunnellcy, lnnds of George Gndilis nnd II. F. Martin and is a most desirable place. W. D. Routt offers for sale 20 acres of land adjoining this property. This bind is n part of the original tract, lying on tha Erist side nnd is unimproved, but is in a good state of cultivation. For, further particulars c:rll on J. R. Routtj, W. U. Itoutt, or Ucorge II. Routt.- Moi eland, Ky. The Intter can be- o ound on the premises. tate of Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES ' have made hit name famous all over tho United'Statea and Canada. at Corapoied'of Rootf, llerbt, Barkt and Berrict. Far treatment of Human Diteatet. Punlcr'a loditn Hrrbt-- C Dirt' Trcataicnt. $1.00 2 So 36e Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment Dikula Jack's Cicmc Soap.' IVico 10c, 3 ban lf DAKOTA JACK The Northwtilttn Cowboy ORIGINATOR All on sale at Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Dakota Jack' Home Addrett: Atlanta, Ca. 1- -1 OF FURSLKY'S INDIAN HERBS ROUT & MARTIN, Concrete Engineers, STANFORD, KY. run-dow- PUBLIC SALE of Land, Stok Crops And HIGH-EST Estimates on All Classes of Work. Block Work A Specialty. CRUSHED STONE For Sale At All Times. WE WILL OFFER TO THE BIDDER ON Wednesday, August 11th, 1915, ane-fourt- Try The Card of Thankt. to thniik their friends nnd neighbors for the courtesies shown them during tli'o illness nnd death of the hus- rbnnd nnd father. Muy God's richest blessings rest upon them for their comforting words during this dark hour of sadness. Also, wo wish to thank Drs, Jones uud Gibson for their earnest etfort to restore to health the one who will bo greatly missed in our homo. We can not express our appreciations for tho deep sympathy shown to us by Bios. Livingston and McClary daring this sad oocasion. Thanking ono nnd all again wo rvmuln, sincerely, Mrs. W. T. Manuel nnd family. It. The "eugonic woman" will be taller, darker nnd more sensibly dressed, according to u picture of her presented tn un address beforo the Race Betteinicnt Congress, KowI'b tobacco fuctory nt Princeton burned, together with n lot of wheat ttoicd in it." Mrs. W. T. Manuel and family wish WILL STONE, Stanford, Ky. I Go To Farms' For Your Garden Tools and Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right. h of a miio our farm, located from the depot nt Moreland, Ky., on tho Q. & C. road. The farm contains 22J) ncrcs of land in high state of cultivation, and is well improved. The resideneo is a good one, and contains 10 rooms: till necessary outbuildings. I Will, on There nre two largo stock barns, one tobacco barn, jack bnrn, Saturday, Augutt 23th. grnnar-y- , one double crib; good well M sharp, oh the premises and cistern near door, and nevcr-fui- lt at 2 P. on the Danville und Lebanon turn- In btock wiUer from sovontl springs. pike ubout oae milo west of Brum-fiel- d Tho land is well adapted to tho growth und about one mile east of of tobneco, hemp, grain nnd grass. Allccton, fell to tho highest bidder a At tho same tfcne we will scH .'10 d desirable farm of 0C acres. This land head of steers, 22 is in high state of cultivation , on steers 1 yearlng steers, 0 lielf. abundance of never fulling wutcr, G cows with Polled Angus calves an eight room residence, stock barn, ut side, 3 springers, 1 Jersey milch tobacco barn and other outbuildings I cow unil can, o lai snouts, i In good repair, this Is a raro onnor od registered Jack IS hands high, tunity to buy a good home, it is near 1 JucK, 2 jennets, l pair church, school und two btations on aged mules, 1 stallion M 2 tho L. & N. It. It. Nr. W. A. Stewhands, 1 family horso 8 years old, 1 art, who lives on tho farm, will take brood mare, u surrey, 1 nlensuru in showing prospecitivo buggy, und a good line of furming buyers over the premises. Seeding Implements; ulso 2G acres of growprivilege this fall and full possession ing corn, 3 acres of sorghum, 200 Jan. 1, 101G. Terms liberal, one bushels oats, 4 carloads of hay. fourth cash, remainder dividod in The land.will bo offered in two parequal payments, due in 1, 2 and 3 cels and fho nas n whole. Terms libyears. eral und made known on day of sale. Salo begins nt 10:30 A. M prompt. JOHN J. COZATT, C. M. BACK & SONS, Moreland, Ky. Parktville, Ky. 03.21 CAPT. T. I). ENGLISH, Auct. John I. Vanartdale, Auctioneer, Possesion to suit tho purchaser. 10-ac1,200-pound 800-poun- Dain Sweep Rake For Handling Hay Easy. Can Move Without Loading on Wagon. 4V E.T. PENCE. Stanford, Ky. r, d 1- -2 T. D. NEWLAND Opposite the Court-House, two-scut- Wants to sell you an Ice Cream Freezer and Refrigerator. Also i your Groceries. Phone us. No. 168; J i F I