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Stanley sweeps sjate from end No. 64. The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, August 10, 1915. Thli Paper Btapa Wkea Tow It of Walck tha Data Oa label Reaew Toar Sabierlyl'oa PryUy, H Tuesdays and ITridayi t Judge llaadln Carrie Brery County. LATEST WAR NEWS. May Be "Churched." LINCOLN ONE OF FEW Judge Clinrlcs A. Hardin, of HarTO ESCAPE LANDSLIDE Tho "wet" nnd "dry" fight held Tho Teutonic nllles costimio rodsburg, waM renominated for Cir- n t- -i r-- N a Uieir upcrntiein against the recontly in Boyd county ut which r va i cuit Judge in this, tho Thirteenth JuRussians In Northwest Russia nnd in the "wet" won decisively, f still McChfiney Carries This County AfLook. LIU. !!! Majority Will lie dicial district over Charles C. Fox, enkagment to drive causing ome stir in Catlettaburg Pofcind, nnd ter Hard Fight Fine Majority of Dirnville, by n mnjority of 2,187. Over 40,000 Content for Ml. tho remaining Ihisaians from Eust mid n nmbor of prominent official IK Given Col. Walton. Judge Hardin (nrricd every county (iiilicta has besuu. Field Miyial ion ia the Presbyterian church there are nor Office Are Clese, Oi the district, even his opponent lll.idcnburg'fl troops to thu north 'aid to have rereived letters from One of alio few counties which did home county, llo.vjo, by 2'JH. Ui.i nail northeast of War-- w are stoull-l- the pastor, Rev. R. L. Klnnnrd, stat- not get into the general landslide other majorities were Lincoln G85, pressing east nnd southeast; a ring ing that as a result of the part they for Stnnley whicli seemed to bo tho A. O. Stanley defeated II. V. McPaHBIBaiK. $.?,? X JBIJBBqHntHHIHaWaaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBai Chesncy nnd E. J. McDermott for Gurrnrd fyo and Arerccr 700. Atof besiegers has buen forged arounil took in the local option fight he style all over tha state, was old Lin-coalTaa'aaaVuJMkV lKZSalTaBTaHiTaBTHaTABtlelTaBTalTaTalTaBTaV . Thu nice for Commonwealths Clie fdrtre of Novogeorjflevsk, the would at an oarly date prefer chargtho Democratic nomination fur cov torney in this district After one nf the very hardest es with the church session and weuld on tho Visutla sine Inst entor In tho primary .Saturday by n groat ileal of attention. attracted n The Incum-pu.,i- " niiimlitu Pragu, the expect them to make full apology to political battles ever seen in this secin Russian hands; big majority. Stanley's tion, Lincoln gnvc n majority of n.ihcnt, Hon. Emmet Purycar, of Dan-,- e otstern suburb of Wursaw, upon tho church fur their aclions and for McChesncy Saturday nnd die 122 over McChcsnoy may go ns v",e '"''ntcil Judge John Sam Owa- tho lHscgyltes fell back when promise to refrain from similar ac4iich olncinl 68,000 votes. It wiN take men say that they were glad ley, or by about 700 mntlTey cvaauutad mo IVIish capital has tions in the future, count to determine 1hf eJinct I'viirc. jority. stan'ora cifrried every counayiitp that this to get rnutb. They Puryenr captured. A Germim fleet aT must be done by Sunday, August 8, to go that 300 majority had expected by bceii McDermott carried to some weeks ty in the district cxeept LlncJn bnwlcsliips nnd twelve cruisers and if they fniled to so there would before carnine .about 4,000 over Stanley, whe the primary, Hut withdrawal of Mr. fOwnIcy about figure over MrChcsnoy. which fravoPuryear'a majorities 000 attacked iie cntranco to the Gulf of be grounds fer putting them out of Boswerth put nearly nil of his acried it n like majority. fei Riga, bat all wck repulsed. A number of tho ithcr state race-tirthe oJiurch. It is understood they will tive working politicians behind Stantlw other counan:R nnd It will take thu Mercer nbout 1500;were: Itoylo 72(1, very close Tho Turkish battleship Khcyrcd- - not comply with the request, but al- ley nnd the union of forces held (Jifr.rnra abeut official vote to determine thu winner. noo. .Din Unrbarossa, of 0,000 tons dis- - low the matter to go before the the McChesncy vote down. Both tho k. look like James D. Black, of tho "wet" and Stnnley nnd McChesncy workers placcmoikt, formerly the Gorman war- church. Following In this county, Circuit Clerk Marhas defeated James I. ship Kunfurst Fciedrich Wilhulm, has "dry" election n number of names foemed well supplied with money shall C. Ncwland wua rotiomlnatcd CJnvcrnnr. over of ptomlneia; members of the Baptist but the Stanley workers far outnumLieutenant for bean sunk by n submarine of the EnJeno D. 211 maIJarksdalo Hhmlctt deems to have jority after n Wcarcn byInteresting tente Powers, nccordTng to an offici- churcb at Ctlettbrg have been tak-e- n bered their dry rivals and held, their haul and won the race far Secretary (f State. fifiht. from the roll and tho Rev. Mr. majority way down. al announcement issued by tlto TurkGatlin him reigned, but his resigTlic raco between Themas S. Uhca ish Govcrrrrent. Hlecfcion day passed otf quietly in and Robert L. Green for Auibtor I Platform Convention lo be Qiaet One Lincoln with no disturbances of any The Hritish har'e aarim nation has not been accepted. very clo and m"Sy take the efrlclnl kjad ot consequence. the H.ermaiw Ilelgaia trcmrhes tA1enJ Tho Democratic rifako platform count. The umii fltuatwm prevails Akich surprise was occasioned hv Oddest Hotel To Be Closed. frWi tlicm recently through tliu us1 In tbc race between Claude 11. Tcr- - I ennvuntion. which .nrobublv will bi uf Iwmo projectors aim nave niptutcd iJ Warning that the oddest hotel in vthe smnllness of the majority given .....!. Goodpnster ior .?ll ..I .1.1. iiiuuiii, promi!c.i . ) ine n. IBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa rt'M anil Sherman imn 'iiiu ValTalTalTaVlTalTHlHHaVllTaHI 1,1)40 yards of additional terraia New York wil be closed en August juiittc donn ham Uwgloy, Lincoln's State Trensiine-- . Itndmnn W. Kco nuiet party arfair, with no fnttionnl here. French airmen havo bom- - 28, whwi more than fiftv workinir candidate for Coaimonwealth's of Harrodsburg, mado a prent friction, cxpeciaMy over th liiior alaHlLLLBHfr. aBaflBBK lion, E..imntos made by his JlailLBLLLPliLLLLBHflbfjMHHiBLLLWI narueu aaaruruecKcn in iinuuisn girls arc to be fent ashoro from the race and crms sure of nomnntion as ik'kiiii, nufB u rnniKiori ui.pau'u. Prussia to the northeast of Mtz. snip jacog a Marnier, caused mfich friends conceded aboat 308 votes te withoritatlvely, Clerk of tho Court of Appeal ovic It wns nscerUiincd 7he ItiHans uad Aubtriu-n- aro still unhnppiness among the occupants o Puryear ia this county but it was Alvin Sieger. Tho raco for Statu thoupli no one would nesumc the believed combat on the mountains, the floating hotel. A notice posted poll some that Judge Owsley would mi to uneak for nnvno Superintendent of School. I cloe 1,500 in the valleys nnd on the plains in en the bulletin board On the Stam-ler- 's to go to the other votes, enabling him between K. S. Eubank and V. O. other than himself, that Uic M.Che three connties with deck read that Arbuckle's Deep buttle ground. the Austro-Kaha- n Gilbert. Matt S. Ceben rotnpod nwnv ney urKiuiiHitmn will mnkw no fiuht the big majority from his home. His Sea Motel Company lins decided to for for a plank fnvwiiiK submi iol of "from II. M, Fromnn in the vote failed to materialize however, retire from tha hotel business and u Stute-wid- e nmendmunt. m i"t o lar Commitalf'iier of Asrriwilture. Gloom Qhaser Coming. serve no meals after August 28. Fr many who voted in the governor's Sid Douthitt, of Henry county, de- as could be learned thuiu is i o Uher race, failinir ..to voto fnr him nr in Old Mau Gloom is going to bid years the Stanrler has been a home ij ." feated thut old campaigner Billy ilHo8tion 4idinK the mrt, Tim conJ soon. Ho is go. f(girts employed in shops and ' ,nls race' a. .a!l' thus "catly reducing Stanford good-by- e Klair for Railroad CommiMioner vention, it is expected, will be denl mm "W"?. "'" wn"l- - Putting fact ing to stay away for a week. Which stores at a cost to them varying from voted to consideration of hew the with John K. Newman third. nl.l,?UKh ,the is by way of announcing the fact $ 2.80 to 3.50 a week. Many of them , ?il L,! A number of very hard fought party and the tiel.ct can put the best received the antage that the greatest of all gloom, chasers earned ?4 a week, and fourteen of hratn '"Orciir races are reported from all over the foo forward in tho ivovumliur elec'!lrffe amount is coming. The great W. I. Swain the girls are now unemployed. The ,for other .candidates Of money finnnf state and soiae may take thu official tion canKiaiKn. It eims to be tncitly' In Royle, Gar- Show Company is coming during the city fire department had ordered acrced niaonjr politicians of both count to determine. K. T. fair and when W. I. Swain changes to Be made in tho Stamler rara ana mercer gave him overwhd-min- k Judge Robert L. Stoat was given sides tb.it tho primary settled tho llq-umajorities in those counties. comes around Old J ran Joy sits on and it was said that the company did question so fnr as the Democrat A a deserved renominatlon for CircuH the throne while OW Man Gloom not wish to go to the expense of 'ma- many source of gratification to his ic party concerned this year, nnd Judge over Emmett Dickson, jf Parfriends "back makes himself very scarce. With king them. The olU ship built in 1807 large vote given Gol. home" was the Mr. Stanley will be untrnmmeled In is, in the W. P. Walton bright, new, spiak and was purc.hasfjjtby John Arbucklo in here in everything the matter of commutrnj; tho parly district by about COO maLincoln, notwithstanding tho span the Swain nggregatioa is com- 19.01, and for'several years has been fact on such subjects ns he considers of HON. A. O. STANLEY. jority. ing to Stanford for a whole week, moored at a pier m the East river as had that one o the other candidates Juiiiro JoJm S. Rhea was renomina paramount importance in the camplaced a clerkship in his offico beginning Aug. 1(5 and young and a home for girls. paign. in til is ceunty. ted over John Standard in tho Logim Killing in Pulaikl. Thouiand Cattle Here Court Day. old are glad. Under big water proof county district, Although he was on the Stanley The Mt. Vernon Fair. tetits, seats enough for n whole town, A Good Rroord. "slate" and Stanley lost this counFrnnklin county went about 83 At llourbon precrnct, Pulaski About a thousand cattle were, on amusement lovers of this town wiH says that the Mt. Ver- ty, R. L. "Bob" Greene defeated The Signal majority for Stanley yet elected L. live years ago, Wallace II. Hall, county, on Friday night, J. II. Taylor the market at Stanford court day II. Hamilton n MatiMvidor to thu Leg- nenhew of Jno. A. Wain, of Hi.tun-ilfc- , n Somerset attorney, shot and killed sales Monday, and buyers and sellers sec some ofthe clnssiest dramatic and non fair was a suoccss from every Tom Rhea for Auditor in Lincoln, comedy productions uver produced standpoint except from a financial In a large islature. measure this is ascribed became uu employe of the post Frank Sumners, a farmer. It is were busy nt NunncIIcy s stock McChwnny carried only thro ollice at Freeport, III. On his annual stated that Sumners, who was for yVds all fay long. There were real- here. There will be society drama, one. Tho show of stock was the best to the fact that two Lincoln men western plays and productions with in the history of tho association, the are slated for places in In the Eighth: Lincoln by examinations, eountioa Greene's ofgouloa his were Kennedy for circuit tidge, yelled for ly more beeves than nuyers, and sev- strong humn interests, comedy that weather conditions wero perfect but fice if he wins, Jo r. 122. Cnoy by 112 and Spencor by around 100 per cent and each year, his man at a speaking which had eral had to take their herds homo unof make tears of laughter roil the crowd was not what it should Stanford, and A. Adams, Embry, Orwill about 250. of Crab ha received a promotion in salary. been advertised by tho Ilcthurum ad- sold. Most of the best stuff changed down your cheeks, musical selections (Jir Thorn lane been. The paper thinks that the chard, who now has i clerkship unof Mnynld, Thi year he expected no promotion, vocates. Taylor, a Itethurum fol- hands, however and as a rule prices Jtidite that will make you wonder how people were too deeply interested der Greene. defeated Judtrn C. S. ilunn for but, when thu Department found that lower, cntled him down nnd a quarrel good, some growthy calves sell- Swain Rodman Keonon, of Mercer, who Judge of tWc Court theru would be funds for liter eaaing ensued, in which tho attorney used wereoxts-- high by the bend. W. B. popularcan possibly do it all for those in the primary to think about the for ing prices that he chargc3. . I. of Appeal in the firat appellate the salaries of some of the employees his gun with a fatal effect. Taylor Hurt on, of Lancaster, bought about Swain is adding new laurels to those fpir. Jos. Maret, fathor of "Boone appears to havo won his raco for Way," made an exceMent secretary Clerk of the Court of Appeals over the Hstmi-to- r indorsed the names rave himsolf up. He was taken, to half a dozen head or eorses at from won in the past by his himwas given a vote of thanks for Steger, the Stanley elate man, reJ mice Wilt A. Young--. brother of of Uie two employees who had been Danville till his trinl. $110 to J 1 10, but the hone and mule self this sason. His $10,000 reper- and services. ceived n very handsome majority Allie Younic. defeated Ilridices White longest in the serviie, but whoso trado was rather light. A biff crowd toire of Metropolitan hits, including his in Lincoln, one of the largest given. for Circuit JiiiIko in the grade uer not to good. The DeSellt Another Maxwell. was in town and business generally the deeply human interest play, Vannover Guinn. diatrlrt by 1,800 major- partment instruct! Unit thu promo'i "Belle of the Mountain Trail, MonLocal II. C. Carpenter re- wns brisk. ity. tions be given Mr. Hall. Mr. Hall ports the Agept of a new model Soudan Crash. jNuws tomes from the southern day night, challenges the instant adsale Snmuel J. Pitch, of Lewi county, had no "pull" but, what ho has reHappy Family Reunion. miration of everyone. The Swain part of the county that C. S. Guinn, Miixwcll automobile to W. J. T. Livingston brought Jn and father-in-laof Dr. I). M. Walker, ceived has been btrictly on his oun kiipwn farmeiandMiss.jVnn-- . Monday ii "bunch of D. llanton, near Morclnnd. Mr. The home of .Mrs. Charlotte War- - band, one of the best in the count- a well .the OlirUtmn church, wim defoatod morits. K. 11. his Soudan grass, of which he has lug Bold about u dozen cars renojk Daujille. avenue, has been ry-" illmiak!'"rnusfc- - during1 the fair iio'or7eroiJed"t6 'Tennessee a for tho republican nomination for ago where they were married. about here and it is said to be a topnotcher. of an acre. It section. Judge nf the Court oT Appeal, in the. The groom is a member of the real measures eight and a half feet and OwtUr Thankful.---" District Salesman Withers was here reunion during the past week. All k,flsth Apjiel uiBinrt uj it o. estate firm of Guinn & Thompson the forty-fiv- e 19115 model, which of the children were home nnd the ocstalks he broubht in I dusiru to thank my friends who Monday witli a Three More Year of War. f Carter. and one of the livest wires in that splenseed. mi'S ,. Little interest was taken in the stood by me in my nice for Common- created much interest among motor casion was a delightful one. Followpreparing to con section of the county. The bride is came from n single horses It is thrive The allies are did, republican primary but n very small wealth's Attorney and assure them I ists, with its new features. Mr. Car- ing are the children: Mrs. JL A. years thu attractive daughter of Henry on itfor cattle and no grass also bettinue the war for at last three ;r and there is much of Little Rock, Ark?; Mrs. J. more, if necessary, says William E. Vannover, nnd quite pretty nnd popper cent of the party's vote being shall never forget their goodness to penter hopes to have his new demter for the silo. Mr. Livingston will I onstrator here in time for the fair C. Osborne, of Knoxville; Misses JenIM Morrow overwhelmingly me and their work in my behalf. nisr, UnitCorey, former president or the ular. Their many friends will ex- save for seed his entire crop this nie, Charlotte and Margaret Warren, ed defentcd Iit Mcliuchlin for the am especially grateful to the demo- next week. Steel Corporation, who arrived on tend heartiest congratulations. year and will put the seed on the marMr. Ashby Warren, of this city. nomination for governor nnd Judge crats of my homu county, who gave Espagne from Borthe French liner ket. Soudan grass is said to stand Will Speak On Equal Rights. Of Lewis L. Walker, of Ijincaster, was mc such a splendid majority. was probleFavor Municipal Plant. deaux. Mr. Corey said it dry weather better than any kind HARRIS CREEK. nominated for lieu.ennnt governor. course I shall sufort the ticket nomMr. W. P. Mnroh, of Iiwrence-burmatical as to whether the allies At a called meeting of the Lan- and can be grown successfully on It is expected that n pint form con- inated and I hope every democrat who is representing the KenAllie M. Owens wrtl leave would like to see the United States Miss poor land. Mr. Livingsvention will soon be cnlled by the who supported me. ns well as every tucky Equal Rights Association will Sunday for McLean, 111., where she enter war but he thought they would caster Council it was clearly proven comparativelyon the Goodknight farm that they favor municipal ownership ton's crop is democratic authorities, which will ig- other one in the State of Kentucky, speak in the circuit court room, will visit relatives nnd friends. rather have the financial than the of thu electric light plant, for they which he has rented. prohibition. The will do. Thanking you all and assur- Thursday night at eight o'clock on nore state-wiii- c military aid of this country. He add have asked Mrs. W Benedict and Mrs. Jack for estimates on the plant sentiment seems to be to give Stnnley ing you that I shall remember to the the subject of "Equal Suffrage." Rice spent S. from Saturday until ed that Russia would require some his own way in this and other mnt-ter- s end what you have doHo for me, I Mr. Marsli is the attorney, who rep- Monday with Mrs. T. J. Benedict in time to reorganize, and that much representatives were there from Mrs. Zada Zanone Stamford Dead. different cities in interest of their urn, yours very truly, J. S. Owsley. which may nlTect the November resented the ladies in the ens-of Casey. News came Saturday that Mrs. material, especially manufactured electrical houses and agreed to furelection, Crook vs Ilartlett in whicli the womA Mr. Gordon from Sand Knob iron, was needed. This condition, he nish estimates as to the probable Zada Zanone Stamford had died sudUoyle county gave Stanley .109 Why Cow Give More MHk. en gained the right to vote for Coundenly in Indianapolis, where she in cost good busineconducts a singing school here each said, would make of the entire new A. C. system. went to resido shortly after her marmajority, Gnrrurd about .'150. Merfor ty Superintendent of Schools. All Saturday night and Sunday morning. the United States. Mr. Coiey and his It is thought that the most Cnttle used to cer about 00, Shelby about' 125, Jes- woik. Therefore be bred chiefly not are invited to attorn?. riage. She had in bad for wife have been staying at their the cows did All arc invited to attend. one can be installed there for some time, butbeen friends health not samine 200, Adajr nbout 150, Mad- give much milk. Ilreeds improve the her were chateau near Paris, which Mrs Corey about $15,000. ison COO, Anderson 100. Little Ernestine Wenz has return opened for the use o wounded solBible School Convention. aware that her condition was so seriselected. In George L. Pickett, of Shelbyville. tiling for whicn they are of her homu in Louisville after a diers.. ous. She was a daughter of Mr. and Every Christian Ilible School is ur- ed to to her Adair Enlists Against Illiteracy Mr. and n brother of Mrs. Will Severance, of 1700 the wii' rowspnt Geiman visit Mrs. W. M. Zanone, of Lancaster, gac an average of a and a I.Mf gently requested to send representaMrs. John Konradcr. Her aunt, this city, was nominated for Repre- a day. In,ci"rt in Attorney General James Garnctt and a cousin of Mesdamcs L. II. and in Ik inciea'cd, tives to tho convention held at Gos- Elizabeth Konrader accompanied More Horse Coming To Fair In Shelby county after a sentative enlisted eighty-tw- o volunteers for W. T. Stone, of this city. Her mo1800 tiu cave ue'il was a hen Tuesday, Aug. 17. The program her home. "Save me fifteen box stalls; will moonlight school work in uu address ther was a daughter of the late Alex hard race. It is understood that he and byanil a half.a Ilrvcding wert on appears quart elsewhere in the Interior people of this community be at your fair and expect to ship at Columbia, urging such schools in Traylor. Tho burial occurred at Lanwill be the candidate of the Stanley milkwnrd, The Geimnn and administration for Speaker of tho cows averaged in 1810 the of milk Journal. Tho Goshen people arc ma- were both shocked and greived to Saturday," phoned a Nashville horsu-ma- n every district in Adair county. As caster Monday. Mrs. W. T. Stone two quarts king great preparations to entertain hear of the death of Mr. Bud Ben to Secretary E. C. Walton Sat- there are only eighty districts, the and Miss mmie Holtzclaw went over House. ejch per day. Ii. 1S20 three m 1830 the county schools nnd will be greatwho lived nt White Oak, near urday night. The secretary could not result was especially notable. The Saturday to be with the beroaved Reports from Somerset arc that four and there the gam tupped for edict, ly disappointed unless every school Junction City. He is survived by n catch the gentleman's name, but the in tho hottest primary ever held in thirty years. '!ut in lodl the is represented. D. M. Wulker, pres- wife nnd eight children, who mourn stalls have been reserved. "Smiling teachers' institute being in session, family. tho republican party in that district. all the teachers and many trustees, had Judge 11. J. Hcthurum, of Pulaski, and by 1870 increis.d to six ipiarU, ident. tho loss of a devoted husband and Bob" Walker, of Richmond, will also as well as citizens, were present to Brodhead Fair Thi Week. Judge II. C. Kennedy, of Interment was made here, be here with his string. He won ev- hear Mr. Garnett, who was introducfnther. defeated The Brodhead fair begins tomorJ. W. Acey Sellt Out. Wayne for the circuit judgeship in the old family burying ground erything he went after at Berea, ed by Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart. Back From Their Outing. row and continues over Friday. J. W. Acey has sold out his soft Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock. nomination by 150 majority. WalGreat preparations have been mado Morgan Smith Ilaughmnii, William drink establishment, pool room and N Flippin is ivported to bave deGuaranteed It. ter The Clerk Minister Said To Be a Moonshiner. to entertain the throngs that will be Despondency Due to Indigestion. feated M. L. Jarvis for common- P. Tate, James P. Raiicy, Jr., and restaurant on Depot street, to R. C. "A customer came into my store During a moonshine raid through on hands each day and horses from John Rcid McKinney, returned Sat- Engleman. who has taken charge. wealth's attorney. "About three menths ago when I tho other day and said to one of my The Louisvillo Herald, the state urday night from Vnlloy View, where Mr. Acey is undecidd ns to his busi- was suffering from indigestion which clerks, 'have you anything that will the Pound und Guests river sections many sections of the State are already there. Brodhead always has a organ of tho Propreshivo party, says thoy spent home ten days with 50 ness future. caused headache and dizzy spells and cure diarrhoea? and my clerk went of Letcher county, headed by Deputy big fair, but the one which begins to Collector C. F. Beverly, two moonthat thu Hull Moose ktate ticket will or tiO other boy scout. They went made mo feel tired nnd despondent, nnd got him n bottle of Chamberlain's morrow promises to bo the best ever. NEWS OF CHURCHES prohibition nt under the chnperonnge of Harry declare for state-uid- u I began taking ClMimbcrlain s Tab Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem- shiners, one a Baptist minister, nam ed Mullins,, were arrested and are Go und tell your friends to do likeit platform convention in Louisville Reinhnrt and had a big time. Prayer meeting nt the Methodist lets," writes Mrs. Geo. Hon. Macedon, edy, nnd said to him, 'if this docs not wise. being op August .10, Ml of the candidates church beginning promptly at 7:15 N. Y. "This medicine proved to be tho euro you, 1 will not charge you a Two held for preliminary hearing. hip stills with complete para Handsome New Sign. for state offices lravu declared for it. cvry thing I neoded. ns one dav's cent for it.' So ho took it homo and Thursday evening. Two Will Probated. Rev. M. S. Clark, of Wilmore ar- tratment relieved mo greatly. I used came back in a day or two and said he phernalia were cut und destroyed. Carter & Carter, the Main street Tho wills of W. T. Manuol and Mrs. Gcorgo Fitch, thu humorist died liverymen, have just put into posi- rived Monday and is preaching nt two bottles or Chamberlain si Tablets was cured," writes J. II. Berry & Co., Good Road To Brodhead Fair. Amanda Harris were probated in tho following an operation for appendi- tion a handsome new sign, A jour- 10 A. M., and 7:30 P. M., at Login's and they rid mo of this trouble." Ob- Salt Creek, Vu. Obtainable every tainable everywhere. neyman painter did It. Croek. E. L. King, of Hie East End, told county court yesterday. Tho former where. citis at llcrkley, Cal. us yesterday that he had worked the leaves to his wifo all of his property, personal, road from Crab Urchard te the real and to their and at her death it children. Mrs. liar- Rockcastle lino and that it was in is to go good condition. His brother, II. N.I rH Iefi,hcr Property to her nephew, nnd makes him the King, has done the work from the A. executor of her estate. This was tho Rockcastle line to Hrodhoad, which extent of thu business dono in court. gives a first-clas- s road to tho BrodCom. Clk. Court State Supt R. R. Com. Lieut. head fair, which begins tomorrow. v Visited Hundred and Twelve Counties Appeal Governor Sec. of State Pub. Inst. Agricul're Commissioner Cir. Judge Attorney Cir. Clerk Treasurer Governor Auditor ( " ' ' ' ' ,. ,. , , ,, . ,, ,. w "In my travels In tho interest af Miss Sallie M. Craig Chosen Teacher. At a meeting of tao trustees of the Lousville Law I School, I visited was confident " T 8" 3. V tho Stanford Graded School held 112 counties and PRECINCTS 1 Fridey night, Miss Salliu Mills Craig that McChesney would win tho for the accomplished daughter of Dr. and D. Hopper, governor," wild Georgo i i who camo homo to vato. ; I I i i i ' i i i i Mrs. W. N. CraHr. i w'as chosen ns : ' I I i i ! i l ' ' n ' I ! i "His defeat was us great a surprise ' I ! ! ! i i teacher of the sixth grade to succeed us i ! i ! i i i i i it was a disappointment to me," Miss Christine Mcrritt, of Danville, i6" 1271 5 113 5li 10 32 137 71 58 108 57 2 130 13(T40 ..-- . 120 122 74 38 135 70 02 110 21331 120 107 Courthousu Miss Merritt has accepted u place in ho continued. 1 CO 7(i 0 2 153 101 5 80 39 97 19 35 51 25 08 57 15 35 21 00 40 113 145 117 93 12 105 55 Mackvllle thu Graded School at Danville. 8(1 4 117 0 I 17 07 30 32 59 47 35 77 81 00 40 05 105 50 19 72 103 05 21 50 112 150 82 Train Killed Hoise. 89 Enginu House 1 11 13 14 0 48 13 13 30 30 74 35 15 55 51 41 2 31 71 8 15 22 27 41 90 51 53 89 The morning bT. C. train Saturday 25 Kowluml Campbell House Being Enlarged. (Ui 4 7 18 51 4 51 12 98 ran over nnd killed 00 41 55 93 19 31 20 12 41 29 72 21 45 08 75 49 80 35 25 131 Crab Orchard No. I So greatly has tho patronage of longing to u gypsy a good horse, be0 102 0 4 11 69 45 18 38 15 50 93 29 40 20 51 41 77 49 70 22 31 30 101 59 93 40 67 121 Crab Orchard No. 2 the Campboll House, near the depot, camping on Logan's Bung which was Otf 7 120 13 12 88 118 52 42 101 74 09 53 35 28 38 95 60 51 23 125 72 81 37 147 110 94 105 08 Creek, Hustonvillo No. 1 Increased that enlarging It hal be0 1 5 10 31 15 21 31 30 10 13 15 31 0 28 10 15 37 9 32 37 33 29 21 29 11. 43 20 20 Hustoaville No. 2 come nccsscary. A. T. Nunnelley, Recommends 1 1 1 10 7 43 23 13 13 38 10 ' 10 24 21 12 20 28 0 9 10 10 25 21 32 27 13 40 Chamberlain' 23 37 Turnersville Colic who owns tho property, had a force (i 4 85 5 94 42 12 88 50 114 17 39 28 80 53 15 42 41 79 30 02 26 62 McKinney 25 91 98 00 44 93 Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy of carpentsro begin work Saturde 1 13 8 10 13 58 42 2 11 48 103 88 33 38 58 S3 07 37 46 52 23 101 21 21 22 Wuynesburg No. 1 74 09 74 42 adding auothor story, which will give (i "I never hesitato to recommend 4 48 7 08 0 3 0 58 11 29 10 10 17 35 24 0 49 30 20 27 Kings Mountain v 21 41 40 00 05 27 40 53 a half dozen or w more rooms. 10 3 Chamborlulu's Colic, Cholera und Dk 17 11 7 : 12 2 5 0 35 12 20 7 10 2 32 17 8 8 13 10 12 17 8 5 49 40 Highland 23 38 arrhoea Remedy," writes Sol , For A Sprained Ankle. V merchant, Jesse, Tenn. "I sell 60 983 853 4)74 00 394 250 135' 989 001 535 202 553 152 217 893 443 730 325 777 3fil 432 "&! 6171097 1253 305 788 999 Tetal m, If you will get u bottlo of 's 733 120 meie of it than of any other preparu-tion- s 101 . 287 80, &$ 070 Plurality ...'... 0 211 4i2 121. . 589, f Linimunt and observo tho di of. like character. I havo used rections given therewith faithfully, myself and found it gavo mo more re-It W, Gaines received 74 votes in tho county and W. A. Byron CO. you wiili recover in mucn less time lief than unythlng else I 5 For Lieutenant Governor, Loving lave ever , mt thuii is usually required. Obtainable tried for the samo purpose." .Obtain. In the Secretary of State's race, C. D. Arnett received 70 votes, and Milliken 00 votes. : everywhere. , , L able everywhere, to END Kentucky's Next Governor. ly BlnaKiT'alflKaiaaHalilMHHla.iH y b. ey '- -I At-tori- hi'y c "-- ." - ' out-doi- Rowan-Montgome- t Car-punt- or few-day- s iMf -- three-quarte- rs As-bur- y, 1 g, te grand-v.nrent- s, mo-ducti- PRIMARY VOTE BY PRECINCTS IN LINCOLN COUNTY " " H.?olg3fS8 3l3 s 1 - f " nom-mati- !.! 1 1 JJj i 'V' Wlli-liams- Cham-burlain- 1 Jl toKfrUt kh &dm,'n t a, u -' i WTst rr Wt-VMir- ! M.FfSw .t The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, August 10, 1915. ' Brodhead Fair, August The Interior Journal Bible School Convention Program. 1 1 -- 3 Days. O'BRYAN OVERALLS THE MOST POPULALR OF ALL WORK GARMENT. WORN BY Are You Acquainted WITH THE OFFICERS OF THIS BANK? Are they acquainted with your financial resources? An acquaintance gained through dealings as a depositor here will be a strong aid in building your resources. This bank is now the depository of many 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 libera! banking facilities. WAITO.V SU'KI IKAIl EY, Kililor nl Mnjrrri IN ADVANCE $100 A STHMTI.T Following is the program of the BiWle County Christian Lincoln School nisotiation which will meet at Goshen Christinn church, August 17: Praise Service. Address "The Ilurnl Bible School;' by B. M. Walker, county president. Address "Elementary 10:15 Ideals," by Mrs. K. J. Howenstcine. "The Sunday-Scho10:30 Address and the Teens," by Mr. Lester O'llannon. 10: IC Fho minutes for discussion. 10:fi0 Special music by the Mt. Moriah school. "How to Knlnrge 11:00 Address the Circulation of the Weekly Bulletin in this County," by Miss Kmmn 0:30 9 :4o Hnys. 11 1 1 F.nlitii lM tlitt pntfirr mini at Stnntnni at MfonJ matttr $ O The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky 'CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE" Surplus $ 00, 00.00 Capital $ 00,000.00 Resources $500,000.00 V. H. Shanks, Pres. J. B. Paxton, W. M. Bright, Cash. J. V. Rochester, 1 1 1 i 'i H Tinder. 2:1". "How to Make the Adult s. Cla-- . a Success," A. II. Baugh. 3:00 (a) Report of County SecA-Caretary, (b) Report of Committ"e. (c) Convention OlTen g. 3 :20 Address "The Temperance Standard," Mrs. J. K. Rhiighm.i". P hie Address "The Missionary Task," M R. School's Gabbard. The Louisville Times and Courier-Journ3:50 "A Forward Look," i ate in crowing over the nominai tion of Stanley, delight at the oppor- Worker. Benediction. 4:0s tunity to vent their spleen against Haly and Beckham who led the fight James Fox, a negro was lynched for McChesncy and state-widAll our Oxfords and Light Shoes must Keep it up, boys, rub it in, and sec by a mob at a lumber camp at Tunwhat it gets you. Wc yellow dog nel Springs, Aln., after he had shot democrats will vote any ticket you and wounded a Deputy Sheriff. go now regardless of our loss. We have hand us, but if you're going to play the game that way, it's a pretty Mife Desirable Town Property For Sale about 600 Pairs of Oxfords in Ladies, Gents bet that some thousands of the parIn Huitonrille. ty who don't look at party fealty as we do, won't swallow your nauseous we will sell at 98c a pair. and Misses This property contests of one acre references to two of the cleanest and ablest democrats in the state today, of land, with good house of seven and might resent it by remaining rooms, nice shade trees, a few fruit away from the polk in November as trees and grapevines, on a nice quite race street within a few "Hundred feet of they did in the Hager-Willso- n one of the best graded schools in Cenin 1007. tral Kentucky, in one of the best towns in Kentucky. This place has an Miss., the extra large cistern that will suppl Down at Starkville, hanging of two negro murderers was any family in the dryest season. If made the occasion of a general pic- not sold privately before September nic. Assured of no interference b.y 6th, will offer it at Public Auction But we have to make room for our Fall the Governor, county officials de- on that day together with household clared a holiday and erected a double goods and other things. scaffold. More than 5,000 men, wom- MRS. JAS. P. GOOD::, Hu.tonville, Shoes. You have August, September and en and children nttnded. The affair or GEO. C. GOODE, Covington, Ky. took on the aspect of a .picnic. P. S. Any one having claims October to wear these. Three months for Lunches were spread on the ground agninst the estate of Jas. P. Goode and soda pop and peanut venders will present same, properly proven for 98c. Bring the whole family in and fit were kept busy. Numerous candi- to the undersigned withn 30 iiavs. dates at the primary election grasped Geo. C. Goode. COtf. the occasion to do a little electionthem all. All on our Bargain Counter. eering. As the traps were sprung the TO THE PUBLIC. spectators sang, "There Is a Land of I represent the largest and best Pure Delight," nt the request of the clothing house in this victims. The negroes were convicted country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago of killing a white man. 111. My experience in measuring nnd directing the muKing of your clothes, In Pulaski county a fellow named i tv H .in ,(?' over ono who Sumner was killed by a lawyer by is not a practical tailor. If you will for- give me your the name of Taylor because the order I will promise mer yelled for his favorite in the you n square deal. You will get-i- e circut judge's race. Down in Fulton j worth of your money, either in the county, near Sassafras Ridge, Oscar cheapest crndes or the hicher nriceil Allison cried out, "liurrun, lor ins My SPRING nnd SUMMER line of man in the circuit judge's race and samples are now ready for your inwas badly spection. Call anu let me show you. started a fight in which he wounded and two other men were H. (J. KUFLfcY, the Practical Tnilo- (Water Glass.) killed. From these tragedies one would conclude that it is dangerous a preference in HARRY JACOBS season when to express the fact that Judge judicial Eggs laid away fresh during Hardin races, but out of four counties for four Manufacturers and Dealors in they are cheap will be in perfectly good condition carried judge in this district shows circuit exceptions in all cases. High - Class Monuments. that there are months when treated with SocOriginal Deiigna and Prompt Service during the Guaranteed Quality Connection! Mrs. Francis E. Beauchamp, presGranite and Marble Quarries. W. C. T. U. ident of co or water glass. Easy to use and inexpensive. says that the Kentucky "little family at all and Works on Cemetery Hill. Office now rhat the phone 164 scrap" is over in the two dominant Closed on Saturdays 10c a can. KENTUCKY t t parties, the "prohibs" will get busy STANFORD and lect Rev. Andrew Johnson governor. Friends of the latter in this county, where he lived many yeart, take issue with Mrs. Beauchamp and STANFORD, KV. he will get lktle support here. He THE REXALL STORE is making a success in his high callYour Property in the ing and they would do nothing that would interfero with him in the best work that man ever attempted to do that of saving souls. ity," F. M. V-Presh 0 al uncertain terms, ami the Interior Journal, like the Red old Democrat that it is liows its head in submis sion to the wll of the majority, and nniN the nominees of thc party to course, the result its masthead. in the Rovernor's race was u great disappointment to the junior editor, wh had done what ho could in Ills' feeble wnv for the success of Mr. McChesncy. However, he is too pood n Democrat, h hopes, to lay one etmw in hfc v:lv at the StlCCOSS of the party's ticket, in November, so is willing to take his r.c(lclne like n little man, ninl come lip smiling. He has often berfro admonished others to do so when his friends hnvc been foatunatc enough to win, and what is sauce for the gosc s sauce for the gander. There's littfe to be gnined in discussion of the methods by which was defeated. Suffice It to say that the politicians and the money were against him. He made a magnificent race wluu the real facts are known. Ho has nothing to be ashamed of and has every reason to be very proud of the devoted following which was ever loyal k him nnd the cause for which he fought. But it's all over now. The ticket is named and McChesncy and bis friends should all accept the verdict nnd roll up their sleeves to put it over a big winner in Novmber, just as the Interior Journal intends to do. Wic voters ppokc Saturday In no ol tf I plk Wv-Jfif 8 O'BRYAN BROS. I PEOPLE ALL THE LABORING OVER THE NATION. THEY'RE A LITTLE NrATER AND STRONGER MADE. A WEAR LONGER, ANO Addnw "Victories der the Flag," State Worker. Appointment of 11:60 (b) mittees, (b) Announcement, :1G :10 Discussion. Un- Com- (c) J. Special Conferences. 1 :30 Devotional, Conducted G. Livingi-ton- . Adjournment. 12:80 meeting 1:00 Committee) Call ef Schools by State Worker. Moll and by LITTLE MORE ROOM IN THEM ANY OTHER OVERALL. THAN WE CARRY A Bit. STOCK or THEM CAN FIT ANY ONE A FIVE YEAR OLD BOY TO MAN'S FIFTY INCH WAIS.. YOU BUY THE O'BRYAN YOU BUY THE BEST STRONGER MADE; BETTER SHAPEDi MORE COMFORTABLE AND STAY WITH 1:15 Address Can Do for its Commun- "What the ft ft II xx NA3MV1LLC YOU LONGER I Wear the O'BRYAN D Vv3T McRoberts and Bailey Ladies AndGenlleiften. ' e. that Good Styles and Latest Shapes Bowmar'i Tour., Niaearn Falls and California Write Bowmar's Tours, Versailles, Ky., for booklets containing details tour to Niagara of ideal Palls, Toronto, Huffalo nnd Detroit, stnrting Tuesday, Sept. 7. The InHt Bow mar Tour to California and the West will start about October 20. Descriptive booklet ready Sept. 1. GIMf. . (lite rf obtn ritr if IVIf J. tw Coantr MRl f I fink J. tflW-BMtrl natL tint br ! A (t rte-of tli firm rf K J. ("la-r- j In ttw Otjr of Tlcl Yr Iu.im and iH0 firm will yJ d1 tbit Matr afprtMiaM the sum tf ii.NH lirNPKI'lt IM'U MEM for mrh anil ercr cm tf Catarrh that ratn-- t t urtU t'jr tbe uac of llaU'a Catatrb. i uir, I HANK J nin.Ncv. In rnj fwrrn t lHfor m bh1 nnerit pmrncp. tbla Wb Jaj cf AP lMk Duncan's Big Duroc Sow Sale. TUESDAY, AUG. 24. 50 Head Sows, Gilts, 5 Fall Boars, 50 Champion Pals Premier 56199, Defenders Ohio Chief, 55899, Free entertainment at Vaughan Hotel. Sale at farm, three miles southwest of Lebanon, commencing at 1 o'clock. Catalogues free to all. Arrange to attend. T lutr fctl, HalT Iru.lr a. w, oi.rxsos ' .Nvtar) IIH.IIr. Catarrh Cnrr 1 taken liitmaltr and irU dlrrvtljr ii)on Ihc M! ami mur u wr ttcrn of tbe ajftriu. rrnl for 1'tiinDUlt I J. CIIKXCV At CO., TVlftia, o. Fold t all I'ruccM". 1T Take IUll'a Fa id 11 7 TUia for rooatiratk-n- ROBINSON'S. Here's What You Want The People's tise What Market Place AdverYou Have to Sell made-to-ord- er socco. 'the Winter FOR SALE. Second hand Max well ru 1111 1) out. Bargnin if sold at once r M. S. liaughman, btanioru. .r4-t- THE Wayiuesburc; Lumber Co., of f Wiiynufebtirg, handles all kinds dieted lumber. Poplar sindinics, $1.'J5 t. and up. OS-S- J. 0. DUNCAN, Lebanon, Ky. V 300 bushel?, Harvest FOR SALE Kinu seed wheat, $1.50 bushel, sacks free. 200 bushel Winter turf oats, 75 cents. J. Frank Smith, Stanford, t. Phone 213. Cl-u- FOR RENT My home place, containing 20 acres, seven room house and large barn. Mrs. 51. A. Cover, Crab Orchard, Ky. C7-t- f. Go To Farris' For Your PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Dark grey coat at Crab Orchard Springs. Una my nnme in one of the inside pockets. Reward if returned to me. W. S. Drye, sheriff's office. LOST. ESTRAY. A dark red steer, weinhine: about 700 pounds, lame in on of his hind legs, left my place Monday. Will k'wo reward for his Garden Tools and Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right. INSURE Old Connecticut Fire Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn., with leading recovery or information thereto. T. J. Hill, Sr., Stanford. It Office County National Uank Building Eye, nose, throat, ear, Gen eto, urinary, rectal, pelvic diseases, surgery, consultations. Bys skillfully tested, glasses scientifically prcscib-cDR. In Lincoln J. G. CARPENTER All persons having tickets which entitle them to a guess on the number of days it will take "Keep Sake 2nd" to eat the Saltine in W. H. Higgins' Show Window, by eating one half pound every 30 days, will please turn them in, and the one guessing the nearest correet number will be entitled to watch on. Saturday was an unlucky day for newspaper men. Loving Gaines, who s, for years has edited the Elkton was overwhelmingly defated for the nomination for lieutenant governor; Col. W. P. WnlUn, foimerly of this city, but now of Lexington, was bested in the race for for Secretary of State, while A. R. Dyche, who edited tho London Echo for a quarter of a century "also ran" in the Senatorial race in Ids district. The latter was defeated by C. B. Lewis, of I'ro-grs- SALIN & SMITH, Agents d. T. D. NEWLAND Opposite the Court-House, lC-Ii- m Stanford, Kentucky A. S. PRICE DENTIST Hours, E to 4 'clod Drug Store J. C. M'CIary .VxafcAaBaAaaV Offioo Over Shugar'i Knox. 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 ALL PRODUCE. Now that the primary is a memory, our Lincoln county readers and voters had better pay a little attention to that $130,000 bond Issue for better roads to be voted on oil Sept. 18. The sum wanted sounds mighty big to "po" folks but if it is needed to givo us the roads we should have, 'twill prove a good Investment. AND LOT FOR SALE. House ami lot of one aero of land, house contains four rooms and a kitchen, hen house; smoke house and wa-t- e coal house; well of never-fuilin- g near the Hanging Fork bridge on the Hustonville and Stanford pike, convenient to schools, church and depot. For terms apply to George V. Crciig, McKinney, Ky. AND EMIALMEfi UNDERTAKER -- . C4-Albert Given. Office Phone 167. Heme Prune IS BTFORD. KENTUCKY. HOUSE 2 Wants to sell you an Ice Cream Freezer and Refrigerator. Also your Groceries. Phone us. No. 168. GET READY FOR THE FAIRS You will need Shirts, Collars, Ties and perhaps "Let the dead past bury the dead." Forget the primary and get ready for tho fracas in November, Don't be foolish enough to say that Stimlcy and the other successful candidates can not win in November but prove your democracy by helping to "put them over." J. L. Beazley & Co.. Lunches and Cooling Drinks May Be Obtained a Palm Beach Suit We have them. When In Danville at W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard Kentucky I L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. XiiItJl ; "We feel that we have a very good AND EMBALMER ticket," says Edwin P. Morrow, in UNDERTAKER speaking of the republican slate that Furniture Mat'lno. Ruqs. Furniwent through Saturday. It might be ture Exchanged far all Kindt added that Mr. Morrow is especially Of Stack. well pleased with the head of the ticSTANFORD. KY. ket. PHONE 42 SHOP PERFECT (Incoiporated) DANVILLE, . KY. fllRRfwrK YQUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. J, JlifgTTJjit,r"-Jlr- a ' Sl il ft klfrmiitaWtto il uiTsr-mesif- e mm IWIIWPIW1I II ggyggg9rTa-Jrr-. .. III - pi I WIIIW "m''' t I &:. II III IIM ivsttaawEKr.-vmws- - Ma I jrfYi.- - .,',BPWWWWWJWIMBWWWB ! M maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaW maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaam The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, August The Big Reok Club will meet with Mrs. Shcllon M. Sauflcy Thursday ajltcrnoon nl 2 :tli o'clock. Dr. W. II. Penny and wife, of Danville, spent Sunday hero with rem-livnnd friends. Mrs. W. S. Elkln, of Atlnntn, (in., has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. 10, 1915. WISHED SHE COULD DIE Ant! Be es Come and do your Bank- ing Business with us, and wc will show you that our methods arc up to date in every respect, and that the officers are competent, polite and obliging. Capital and Surplus $78,500. First National Bank Stanford, Ky. Personal and Social 111 I.po Hnyilen upcnt Sunday with jKircnU at 1'urw Allic, the tlauRiiter of Mr. and Mr. J!. K. Yovink i very UK. Clmnillor, uf CmnpWlis-illShell In Wp lmra n pl.vant I ritivo tint trill do Just what ycu w it it tn do. Do Not Gripo fe? Wc C9tdeifcett c. vva f Mms S.ir Hundley. the Mr. niul Mr. John Ytinc, of IIikIi-liinupcnt Friday with their son, H. Mil l.UCilf the visitor of Stith WllkllMMIM, of Now. liaxonccr tern nbcti.r remedy for tho Bold only by us, 10 cents. bowels. Penny's Orug Store. nil thouu'di of them and v.o Mlx-rty- , iuut d. at 11. (5. I. Ko?, of Uincartcr, linn been the piiMt of htr MrtiT, Mr. J. Mr. Youm. HriidforiUville. in vmtitiK old fricmU In the Went Knd. He iitluiided court here yanterdiiy. Mr. Uiura Collin and iKn, Arthur, of Hoachdnle, Ind., were the KiieiU of her niece, Mrs. Fount Hlnck-crh(5. M. C. KuUinkn. iicim, of Jlr. Adelin Wood and noil, Cabell nrc nt Cnib Orchartl SpritiK.i. They will he there until Cabell's health Improve. MiM Kiln Mny Siundcru i (pending several 'lay in Cincinnati buying lioudKonr and catching on to tke fall svlcn In millinery. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Ilraily Sunday with their son, Jame F. Ilrmly, who ruin n rood ponitlon with the lilue Front nt Hawotlsbun:. nnd son. of Mrs. I .aura Collin Knnchdnlc. Ind., nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. ,V. 11. Oliver, of Ktihank, were the gueits of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. (1. Ware lait week. How en G., Goorle, today shaking hand? with friends. Mih Anna Wiuren has returned from a iait to friends nt Parts. Mini Ethel Ilrackett is spending seeral dnys with Richmond friends. Mr. and Mrt. J. W. Clnrk nrc spending the week --mil his parents nt Millorsburg. Miss Annie Ashlock attended the burial of Mrs. Znila Stamford at Sunday. Mr. Boone Flint, of Kings Mountain, was here a short tim this week Lan-cait- Mi. Lugnn HugheK spent Sunday Mt. Vernon. S. I'. Stngg, of I ington, is here er of Lebanon Junction, came up Saturday to vote. He M)i h it doing nicely in hi ndoptid home. He 14 in the merchnn-dic- e luinine there. Mr. nnd Mr. James Wyutt left lat week for Stroud, Okln., where they will pend n few wcekn with Mrs. WyattV nUter. Mm. l.vna W. nnd Mm. I.om White. It. It. Contry, of Frnnkfo't. came oxer to vnto nnd Khuke the hand of hi many friend in old Lincoln. He look a if tho atmosphere of the capital citj agree with Irtm. K. I'. Smith, vvHfs and two nntn, of Globo. Arizona, lime arrived to viit Mr. Smith', parent. Mr. and Mn. W. C. Floyd, 111 tin' Wot Knd. Mr. Smith in a great admirer of the Blue home Monday. Graa State and will likoly locate Mi in thin section of it. Joseiihino Ilnjden returned William M. Howe enmc up from with her brother, Leo Hnydvn from Somerset to attend tho hurinl of hi Paris Sunday and will spend Mime mother, Mrs. Susannah, of tho time with her grandmother, Mrs. Kection. Mrs. Hcwes wiih Pernuliu Broun. Mrs. John Howe nnd "Baby Ituth" born in 18iM at New ilerlin. li., nnd enme to thii county in 1885. Her of Chattanooga, are in on n visit to husband, John Hcwes, died in 1881). Mis. Howe's parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Tho burial occurred in Buffalo cem- S. Murphy, near IhiMonwIlc. Mr. etery after short services nt the Is expected InU'r. grave by Hev. 1 L. Hruce. Jesse Walter, who mis n position as guard in the Befftrm School nt week-return- Sunders, nonr Waynosburg. Miss Mnry Burch is spending a few ilnj.ii vvif!i the Buchanans at Cnib Orchnrd. Mrs. S. II. Hintt is spending n few kiys with her sister, Mrs. A. J. at Wilmore. T. II. Shanks nnd wife went to New Cnstle yesterday to sit Mr. nnd Mrs. II. K. Bourne. Mrs. C. Ilaya Foster, and little ilniighter, Jnuc Murrell went to 1'inu-ill- e yesterday to visit her parents, Dr. nnd Mrs. 0. I Nuchols. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Shanks, nnd Mi's Margnret Shanks, hae returned from Crab Orchnrd Springs. Mrs. Annie Now land returned home jenterdny after a isit to her daughter, Mrs Martin Adams nt Lexington. Mrs. Sam Uobinson nnd daughters, Mis.es Freda and Florence, and Mr. Sam Huit4ky went to London today to visit friends. George 1). Hopper enme home nnd Bev. Joseph from Louisville Hopper from Whitesburg, Letchei county, to vote. Miss Maria Kinculd, of Louisullc, who has been the attractive guc-- t of Mrs. Boerley Bout for .'ooral et on business. B. F. Sanders and wife, of are visiting their son, J. M. Wll-mor- e, " , 'TV... ,t many iciiii. nil...... a lime, says Mrs. Jessie Sharp, of tliii nlacr. TIio Ik'md YciIInvo Ahvnya JJonglit, vlihlt 1ms liccn l wished f would die and be reliexcd in tiso for over lit) yenrs, lins liurno tho sljuituro ot ot my .unenng, irom womanly troubles. nnd has been ni.itlo imUrp his ior- I cou'J not get up, without pulling nl flnco its liifnnuy. soiinl 8iik.tv iomeihlns to help me, nnd stayed in oed I could not do my most of llie lime. Allovr iir ono to ilrrolro you In tills. ".Tnsf-iiM-oohousework. aro lint All ( ounlorffltM, Iinlrntlims mid r.vpiTliinnts that trlflo vvlW and rnriaiiircr tho lioalth ot The least amount ot work tired mc Infants ai.d ddldreii Kxpcrlonco against Kxpcrlmcut. out. Sy liend would swim, nnd I would iremblc for nn hour or more, rmally. I LANCASTER. Miss Rcbuccn Wilnnms, of Bristol, 00k Canliii, llie woman's Ionic, nnd I Willi pains any inr'r, Tcnn., Is the guest ir ner fnther, Mr. mi not bothered to nd I don't have ro to bed. In I. rt, John Williams. CnstorU is a IinrniTrsi pnhstitnlo for Castor Oil, I .Tin sound and well oi all my troubles." V Mrs. Tkeodiire Currcy Is'n.t home pour, lloasant. 16 and SooMilnir Syrups. Cardul pocs to nil Ihe weak spols and after n stay of several weeks wAh font litis niikhi-- Opium, Morphlno n r oUicr Nat-cotlhelps to make them strong. It acts wi.li relatives In Rome, On. MihM.ntrr. Its nj;o Is Its (jiinrantro. It destroys Worms lature not against her. It i3 for tltc .Mrs. J. Wesley Wost. of Tulsn, 1'or moro than thirty onm It mid nil. iv h vi'rlsluioss. atcd, nervous, irritable women, wholccl Okln., is hero in her "Old Kentucky lici n iii ioiistant use for tho wile r of Cost!;)nlion, ts if evcrjlhinR were wrong, nnd need Home" for n visit to relatives and wnicHting to J'intu! 'Wind Colic, all Tcothbijf Trusihh 4 ntid quiet their nerves and friend". iXnriho'ii It ro'ulntoH tho Mom. eh and UovvclM, worn-osystem. Rev. CI. J. Pnrrifrh will begin n ser- strengthen the i .m natural elcup. asstinii.iti tire I'ood, glvlntr If you arc a woman, suffering from any ies of meeUnKs nt tho Fnirvirw 'JlJic Chihlrun's Panacea Tho 31otii.r'j 1 rioiiu. ( hristian clmri.li and continue nbout of Hie numerous symptoms ot woinamy Iroutile, take Cardui. II will help you. two weeks Mies Kitheiino Bourne nnd Fay At all druggists. Acton were honor guests at n lunchWritt Ch&ttvissea Me1lelre Ca , thiin' eon Kit en ut the home of Mr. Doug-k- s Advito y it Dcti CiiAtar 0a Tei n lor &trtt SiTncU-r- c BearB of '.if. 1, tor ourcMnd M rifebovk-N.O.Hwna Roai h in Lexington. per ISS -- ijjfnriirararrBSi-Mi. and Mrs. Louie I.ondnim, of rjrtiT.rllst oiTn."in chin "Hi W. j1 Danville, were gucofr. from Friday w r..wV-itill Sunday of Mr. nnd Mrs. II. Clay Frank, of New York and W. S. Miller, of Knowille. button mil Airs HuUon. Raymond Rxbs Manuel, the little Mr. Lotcker Christopher and wife w mr son of Mr. and Mrs. ha short bridal iittirned from tour ti Somerset nnd ore now with fiirbin Manuel, died nt tho home of Mrs. Amelia Ross at Paint Lick, the Mr aim Mia. Solon B. Htnry. The little number from hero were in at- mother of Mrs. tendant c at the Blue (irasa fair but boy bad been delicate all his life, his whooping not ns large a number ns generally death rogulthn; from In go. The majority went over Thurs- lOllgll. Miss Elizabeth Gibbs gave n handday. evenvwsaEBKEtaaH Mr. nnd Mrs. George Mc Roberta some recoption on Wedncdny and little daughter, of Covington, ing nt her pretty country homo, tho. visime bore for a visit to Mr. McRob-ort- lionorees being her attractive parents, Mr. nnd Mn. Joe Burn-sid- tors, tho .Misses Duncan, of Danville. Miss Lizzie Iloapcr, of Douglas, .Mrs. It. E. Mcltoberts entertained Arizona, is expected to arrive this nt u course dinier in honor of her week to visit her sister, Miss Jane recent guest, Miss Katharine .Mitch- Hopper. ell, nn attractive girl of Bowling It is claimed that asesments on Honor Roll of Ruth Brunch. Green. property has bcn materially raised .Misses Bettio Walker Burnside Thu honor roll of Rush Branch Winchester to meet the deficit 11. and Kathleen Walter are in Lexing- school for the first month is as fol- at caused by the abolishment of tho saton visiting .Mrs. Clnren Williamson. lows: loons. They went oer to enjoy tho famous Fifth Ginde Hugh Morris. FROM STANFORD AND WAY STATIONS Summers Davis, prominent young Blue Grass Fair. Third Grade .lames Hester and lawyer and a favorite in Louisville' Round-tri- p Railroad Fare $J.:55. Board at hotel including the routes in tho Mrs Robert Elkin piosided nt a Guy Tucker. society, was drowned in the Ohio handsome social affair at her invitSecond Grade Roger Morris, Loutwo-day- s River while boating at the Louis Cave for 5.50. An outing for $9.85. Write or ing country home 111 compliment to ise Hester and Elmer Tucker. ville Boat Club, five miles above the Brum-met- t, Miss Mnttingly, of Lebnnon, Miss First Grade Nannie Mae phone L. & N. Agent for particulars. tity. Annie Margaret Elkins' guest. Albeit Brummctt, Leslie CanA driver of a brewery wagon and Mrs. Herbert Price nnd little ada, Larry Canada, Clark Reed, Ed officials of breweries and liquor daughters, of Dnnulle, and Miss Ballard Tucker. houtCB may be arrested in Kansas for Mary GodIoe Lackey, of Kansas Mrs. Dolly W. McBee, Teacher. making illegal deliveries was the rul City, were guests Saturday of their ing of the Kansas bupreme Court. grandmother. Mr. P. M, Lackey. Mr. John Bright Is very ill at his Here and there local conditions Mrs. J. C. Robinson entertained n tinin( on Danville nvenuo and foars have effected the wheat harvest, but can not last the government reports indicate that few friend" nt an informal luncheon Jnre entcrtnined that he Friday evening. The n long. His advanced age and feeble the general average yield is good, guests were: Mcsdamcs J. Wcslev condition maki- - bi. ntovery most and that the total crp may approxWest, of Tulsa, Okln.; Elizabeth certain. imate the bWion Irashei mark. Gen. Benjamin V. Tracy, who was Charlotto Warren, Mrs. It. A. Ashury, of Little Rock, Ark., is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Charlotte Wnrren nnd other relatives. Mrs. S. T. Roberta tcturnVd this mnrniiij' from LouisvlHc, where she attended the hurinl of Jier brother, Jnmcs II. Raines, who lived in this county until about ten yenrs ngo. Rev. and Mrs. August Rnlllmch and 1ft tic son, Frnnk, of Woodstown, N. J., who hnvo been tho guests of her grandmother, Mrs. Mnry Penny, left tins morning fo- - tneir home. Free From Her Troubles, but Finds Belter Way. n.i....i.r. .uiuniuii, I J ut 11 four-yeni-o- ld el. e. NEWS NOTES James Lawless fell off a cliff in Green county nnd vva krflsd. Tho Kentucky Elks arc enjoying their annual reunion nt OwcnsDoro. Romo, (in., honored tho memory of Mrs. Wooiirow Nvilson with cxr-cisnt her grave. Milton VanCIeave vvns probably fntally lnjurd by falling noneath tho wheels of n train near Lobim- - n. GeOi '3 I'll1 f fih n U killed in counnn elcc. jii dry fight nt 11 ty. Police were called krst vvck to aid in putting down a threatened mutiny on hoard u German steamer Interned at Charleston, S. C. John T. Bnrnett, of Enrllngron, was killed when his nulomobile skidded and turned turtle. Ex Reynolds, who has been vory ill nt the" home of his father, Cicero Reynolds, la somewhat Improved. bnby Airs. J. C. Reynolds nnd huvo returned from n visit to the former's imrents in Maysville. Work of raising n relief fund to relieve tho Erie florid sufferers was begun. Three more bodies wre found in the debris. LexinKUn htse and mule dealers make formnl protest ngnintt n proposed oidinunce that would bniH ish them from (.hoapsiue. In n flpht following n heaUd argument over politics, Goorgc I'holps, of IadUn county, was cut and wounded. That Xon, iwd wot Ai'mm and Eve ciuifed the fall of mnu U tJie lotend on an- nncieut tablet in poseeion of the Uiiven.ity of Pennsylvania. Tha olaitton to have been held in Haiti Knndy to choose u new Presi postponed. dent was indefinitely Slight disorder only was reported in Admiral Cnperton's dispatches. William Holly, v. bo na shot at Altim Sprini by Gnnrijo Wbiitiil- - r has been tiiken to the City Hospital nt Dnnville. He is in a cr.tital condition. Tho wound is in the neck. The body of Grant Hamilton was found on the railroad tracks at Ashland. It is thought "no w murdered. A knife wound was found in his u!e near the heart. Grover Blanton and Elihu Clcm-mon- s nre dead, nnd Geoige Allen is dangerou!y wounded as the result of an election quarrel in Breathitt county. 1 i 3 Ch23tiren Cry for iSWH wJ s& V, frW ?fsw w ys!Mxa Ftotchtr's m f ; m b m b v. 7 nnl j$f-ruxyjy'UCcUi p Il)ii d" What is CASTOR IA Iros no, It r Parf j li-i- s l' GENUINE CASTOH1A the ALWAYS jr a Ths Kind You Have .riXec 4&i iiways Use For Over ss jt . BsisgU 30 Years Mammoth Cave. Regular Morning Train, Aug. Wall Paper, Mattings, Druggets. Our Line Is Very Complete. PENCE , HILL. Stanford. Let Us Talk To You About Plumbing and Heating. Now Is The Time. president Harrison's Secretary of the Navy, died of paralysis in year aftr a in his eighty-fift- h period of unconsciutness lasting nine days. George D. Hopper, is now a full- nciigeii auorney. ne passeu an exceedingly creditable examination In the Oldham circuit court. He has one more year in the Louisville Law' School, however, and will not hang up his shingle until he graduates. By a margin of one vote the Alabama House committee on privileges and elections voted to report adversely the bill submitting an amendment granting woman suffrage. The vote stood si to five against a favorable report. The senate will cn-Mda similar bill. It became known at police in New York that a -- tick of dvnamite vvns foMnd aboard the. White Star liner Arabic before she sailed from that port for Liverpool on July 28. Eperts said that the dyamrt'e would have exploded at the sbghet jar. The Arabic carried quantities of war munitions and among the passengers vveie twelve Americans. New-Yor- k ei hoad-quarte- is fJlF -jSfc?E. WWPMA ifl'.sr , -- EtTESr ,: ali tornia Don't miss the wonderful oDnortunitv for educational and pleasure travel afforded bythe Panama-Pacifi- c Panama-Californi- Visit mv I Exposition Exposition San Francisco a San Diego Tickets are on sale every day at Very Low Excursion Fares via Southern. Railway of tho South, I i For full information, see Ticket Agent. Southern Railway or write B. H Todd, District Passenger Agent, Southern Railway, Louisville, Ky. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION Watch Your Children Often children do not let parents know they aro constipated. They fear something distasteful. 'I hey vv ill like Rexall Orderlies a mild laxative that tastes Lkc tu&ir. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Penny's Drug Stor. MAYWOUO. Mrs. O. R. Vanhook visited Mrs. CINCINNATI ROUNO TRIP and isth. RETURN CITY Sunday, august Gxecmrnle, enme home to ote Sat- was called to Mrs. M. B. Snlm OwonUn Sundny morning by the Mrs. J. death of her sister-in-la11. Hutchison, which occurrcit the dnv be f oie. who lias Mrs. W. II. Won-ham- , been the guest of her parnts, Mr. May Find Help in This and Mrs. J. F. (lover, in the Turners-vill- e section, returned to her home Letter. at Corbin jesterdity. Mr. anil Mis W. K. Shugars. W Swan Creek, Mich. "I cannot speak K. Shugirrs, Jr., Miss Emma Hays, When Mr. and .Mrs. T. W. Joni, Mr. Jack too highly of jour medicine. llirougl! neglect or Bout and Jno Winner wero in Lex.'il-,,.overwork 1 get run ington Sunday. J. II, Sartnin and Francis down and my appehae been eslgnated memtite, la Kor and I bers of the Board of Examiners by have that weak, lanU. S. Civil Service Commission guid, always tired the to conduct local examinations for feeling, I get a hot-tl- o rural earners nnd fourth class 's of Lydia E. Vegotablo Mr. M. F. Elkin, of Lexington, ns Compound, nnd it usual came hoic to ote. Notwithbuilds mu up, gives standing the fact that ho has-- lived me strength, and re- in the Blue (Smss capital for fifteen stores mo to perfect years, Mr. Ell.ins has never failed to health again. It is truly u gren bless-Ing'- come back to indulge in tho right of women, and I cannot speak too suffrage. highly of it. I take pleatUM hi recomSteve K. Vnught, of Wiuchetter. mending it to others." Mrs. Akn'IB who is resting up nt Ciab Ot chard CamekoN, U.F.D., No. 1, Swun Creek, Springs, was in the city yesttndnv, having motored down with A. II. Michigan. delightful Seveiance. lie snys Another Sufferer Itelleel. ciowd is sojourning at tho popular Hebron, Me. " Before taking your old resoit. remedies I was all run down, discourBev. I. S. McElroy and wife, of I took Columbus, On., woro here Tuesday aged and had female weukness. to relatives and fi tends. 011 a visit Lydia E. I'inkhum's Vegetable Compound and used tho Sanative Wash, and From hem thov went to Danville find today that I am an entirely new and from thcro to Virginia Beach woman, ready and willing to do my a month'a stay. He formerly lived in housework now, where before taking Lebanon. Lebanon Falcon. Tho Interior Journal is in n receipt jour medicine it was a dread. I try to lmress upon the minds of all ailing of a post cm d from Mrs. Lucy Miller women I meet U10 benefits they cun Hartley, who Is on her way to tho Mrs. Panama Exposition, as representaderive from your medicines." tive of this paper, stating that she C1UULU3 KoWE, Kennebago, Maine. hud nn enjoyable trip, with the exbeof a If you want special avjoo ception Kansas slight indisposition Tho City write to Lytllu Yi. IMiiUhum Med- tween was written nnd Pueblo. latter from tho icine Co., (coiilhlt'utlul) Lynn, enrd Tho party with which Mrs. place. Mush. Your letter wll bo opened, Hartley is traveling fills two privnto mid nnd answered by a woman cars and is an exceedingly congenial and held In btrlct coulldcucy. ouc, WOMEN WHO ARE urday. He is Iris work. ry much pleased with ALWAYSTIRED Warner & Bower, Stanford, Ky. $1.50 101 FROM JUNCTION ...MONEY TO LEND... JOn Farms in Sums of $2,000 and up. Easy Terms. Apply to -i nT Wen-thrfo- post-nuistc- Pink-ham- Bromley & Bromley The Insurance Agents Stanford, Kentucky. to 11 ROUT & MARTIN, Concrete Engineers, STANFORD, KY. DeBorde and little granddaughter visited Mrs. Lizzie Campbell Sunday. Mrs. Cook has returned to her home nt Lexington nfter a few weeks visit ut this place. Misses Pearl Cook and May Johnson visited MikS Myrtle Johnson last Saturday and Sunday. Bro. George Owens was called t Gieenwood Saturday on account of tho death of his father. is improving Mrs. Lou Rtimbo slowly nfter another fuH, and further injuring her crippled limb. Mr. Clarence Rambo and wife have been blessed vvitk a fine boy. They' have named it James Robert Rambo. Tho two little sons of Jim of Danville, are visiting their grand-parentMr. ami Mrs. Sam Vanhook. Yan-hook, s, er Belden Sunday. Mrs. Coffman's baby is very sick at this writing. Mr. Less Reed came calling at this place last Sutiuay. Miss May Cook entertained a few Priends b.itunlay inght. Mr. Taylor and v. if a atUnded the Mt. Vsmou fair last week. Mr. Taylor's neice kom Mt. h is voting him this week. The infant son f Mia. Ckirencc Rambo is very ffl at this writing. Miss Myitle Johnwn is visiting i.x this place. her giund-parent- s Mrs. StcHa Williams and children mo visiting her mother, Mrs. Ram bo. Mr. Coflman and family have returned home after n visit to bis mothVei-uo- SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY E:35 A. M. Ask Ticket Agent for Particulari II. G. KING, Pass'r and Ticket Agent Eoit Main St., Lexington, Ky. ' Mrs. liiiliLSM; dT'TFWrTTr3lX b -- fW I ! i I III . I. II'' I i!!J ia".4- i L.vrfii' Um ii.jij.airuwl. l IS viivv VPHBi 'j5rJn A Car of Lehigh Just Arrived 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 fineness that it makes the strongest concrete. LtllUjIlCEMENT has been used on many of the largest municipal and paving contracts throughout the countrjr 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 J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. Estimates on AH Classes of Work. Block Work A Specialty. CRUSHED STONE For Sale At All Times. Jfferson "School sf Law. WMrtPTK TWO YKHClHKtitM 1. kUC .ru.flt.ltlhMriuI-tiiUiflmltMin.Jin S. lrruur ft br lit AtYMtoM uurUaud i lri ruuum IMII tiviti Hill, libncrir VAIil. iTOf tl lial fk rU4 liuiUii Will luoton 1 lull uf lli. IT'TSM !( ELLIOTT tEMiEMKEH, Stc'y, loatoiUe, k. 0 it rKT T-'- J The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Tuesday, August 10, 1915. t, y i X SJMTfe SEE FOLKS TELL HOW THEY WON h hurry.Kfoat A k Btek pcoplo iwnt to bo T7cll In many, pernaps raosi on. Illnesses havo tlielr beginning In of tho rtomach and dlgcs- - at. tho flrst is ".Mayr'a Wonderful nemedy ularts In doso to put stomach sufferers on tho way to health. Tho flrst dose proves It. It Is taken wlfJi success everywhere. Hero aro tho wonla of two Tennessoo people who havo taken It; MISS CORA FISHER, 805 Saaon avenue, Memphis "Havo taken your medicine and ltvnrked like n charm lias removed qulto a number of gall stones. It docs Just as you said it would." MltS. W J. WARD, Sparta, Term "I can honestly recommend your rem" cdy to all sufferers from constipation and stomach troubles. Indigestion seems a thins of tho past with me." .Majrr's Wonderful Remedy Rives results for Blomach, Uvcr and Intestinal aHments. Eat as much and whatever you in;e. No moro distress after eating, pressure of gat In tho stomach and around tho heart. Get one bottlo of your druggist now and try It on nn absoluto guarantee If not satisfactory money will be returned. ' At Stanford, Ky. AUGUST 18, 19, 20, 1915 $500 SADDLE STAKE Farm and Sbopk News , W. T. Tucker Fold to Wilson Alexander 2 yeanling steors at $20. $100 COLT STAKE $250 HARNESS STAKE again. who has been iH, is nblo to be out Garner Price, of ths East Logan Estes, of the Ruck Cicek section, who has been HI, is much butter. Thuilow W. Jones told to S. II. Hmighmon, five meditim heifers at ,, Greeley Lutes of Turnorsville, puid it. M. Sharp, of Casey, $5.75 a hood for 50 skwep. John C. Robinsoa, of Beyle, bought Seven cnlvos of C. C. Randolph, at $23 a head. Garner Price, of Crab Orchard, sold to J. D. Whitchnusc, of Boyle, u d steer for $35. Marion Jones, of the southern part of the county, has gone to Cmcin-rm- ti , to accept n position. .! Fox Duddernr bought four steers f.rom J. K. Smith, of Rockcastle, hwej iuonuny a i. ...au a ncau. S. G. Anderson, of Garrard, bouirht here yesterday of Whittaker, of Pulaski, five heifers at 0 A. II. Nunncllcy, of the Peyton's Well section, is selkng old cern to his neighbors at $ 1 per barrel. Henry Murphy, of Mt. Sterling, bought here yesterday a carliod of cows and bulls at 3 ta 5 C. M. Rack, of Hustonvillc, was here Monday, pushing his big sale, king the home fojks in Lincoln, rewhich will be held Wodnusday, Aug. turn to the Lone Star state Wednesday. 11th. R. W. Leigh, the Huotonvillc Mrs. Judith HiggMs, nnd daughter Mss Willie, of Pulaski, have beea j horseman and trader, swapped a sK-yeold horse to Luther Toms, on visiting L. C. King and family near Green River, for a mule Hubble. Monroe Thompson says that the here Monday. farmers on Buck Creek, have sown F. L. Thompson, of Preachcrs-villbig crops of buck wheat and it k' bought 11 steere Monday from looking fine. Lum Reynolds at! Roone Rroyles, James H. Wright on the Cut-oof Pukiski at S30 n head pike, bought two sdws and pigs' It. M. Sharpe, of Casey, sold to Monday from Rube Horton, of Isaac Shelby 30 yearlings nnd two- Waynesburg for S30. year-ol- d weighing 800 to 1,000 J. B. Honaker, qf uho West End, pounds, at seven cent. They are to sold to Armour & Co., fifty fine cat- go tho last part of October. tle at the big price of nine cents. J. J. and C. C. Campbell, of RusThe bunch averaged $114.30. sell county, who handle stock in Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Hickle, of partnership, with U. T. Shelby, of the Kennedy, Texas,-- who have been vis- - same county, were here Monday tak- 500-pounc. e. J nr ld e, ff ?G.12 l.&. Liberal Premiums In All Rings Floral Hall for the Ladies. Beautiful Shady Grounds E. C. Walton, Sec. -en-ce- S. T. Harris, Pres. V rf"5 Down Town During' Fair STANFORD I "V WEEK OF JOY COMMENCING ONE Monday, August 16 RAIN OR SHINE I rfc ) Show Grounds 15 and. 25c. P 'I Elmore Lot, Main St. One Lady Free Witk Each 35c Ticket. oidest.Biggest.Best Equipped AND HOST FAVORABLY KNOWN I AlCMIiKrlMffl ! i ii'.SHOWOflTSKlNDlNAMERICA kr' t s A fci : ri ".f"i AmTNS'Hsk." ' py rv mmJxXis lk 1.Jt&$M- K fi&tiMia .' ." :.. V 1 ' rji t A x. , .j v. i?iL " ; i '-vvvrmtaii'VV-i-j f .nr ir..... :. .'lrL.Jy t J.ii-ri. I iv 1 rw HV W.I.SWAIN -- .i7'.lJJ w ' The King Of TentfoThwhiuish' -- t- -. J"1' ""iT BIGGEST RAIN-PROO- 4Lfci4fii i'.f fi. f AND W1ND-RESISTIN- TENT KANT LEAK. ENOUGH SEATS FOR A WHOLE TOWN EXTRAORDINARY'FEATURES SEASON 1915 jrcat Western QunrteUc; Oh, My Golly Comedian; Hunter & Gib-JoSingers, Duncers and Protcau Artists; Henry Washburn, Coon Shoutcr and Dancer; Musical Oris in fact more Btar features than ever. Monday Night, the Excellent Southern Comedy Drama n, i. ..i ' ,v , "Bell Of The Mountain Trail." AS USUAL FR IOAY (SOCIETY) NIGHT "THELMA." of Marie Corelli't Bed AT 7ilS P. M A Dramatization IN FJMWT OF THE TENT Novel. MONDAY, CAPT. ALBERT C. HEDDEN WILL SING WITH THE BAND C. . Bowling of Dix Rter Bend ing in the sales. NOTICE TO Arthur Hill, of Stanford, told to fur Sll'D. He bought her to match George Perkins, near Wayncburg i F. F. Fitzpatrick, of Hubble, three (nn li- - and he sa- - the team h the old 1)7 head of fat hogs to Jeiome CONTRACTORS I Ruble of the Buen.i istu t who was here court day, sold to Geo. steers Monday for ?io0. t in h.- end f the county. E. L. Wood- - of the Puint l.uk sec Doono, the Ottcnhuim trader, n bunch J. D. UhttehouMs on the Stanford Joseph Wieland, of Otttnheim. The umler-ignilommittec of the out of Gumird hogs, that ran in weight sold to W. O. Walker, 7o bushel- - of Pike, out of DiitiMlle, bought of O. lion, reiently of se t oiMits Court, will I from 50 to 1:25 pounds. r, Meredith, of Mercer, 10 head of m one day three tar loads of tock,. Lmioliiealed bnh I'ikciiI the erection of 70 cents a buhel. oIl corn at I steers nt $3S a hvad here Monday. the large collection going to J. I a Wilson Alexaridcr, near Hubble, S. T. Hancock, of near Parksville, on the and vtork-liou- , White-hous- e Sadler & Company at Cincinnati. Mr. sold to George Cunningham two bought 18 smnll steers here Monday From various parties Kirby Teater, of the Poor RmIko lot belonging to the county on Depot picked up 50 light yearlings e R. M. Sharp, of Casey, at $3U Durham calves at eight from Stanford, a per plan and wld a at prices running from $25 to $30 a district of Garrard county,Iron., tliv Street in cents per pound. The calves weighed rn head pcineationa now on file in the office He sold to Mr. Powell, of bunch of xteera to Centre I 70.1 W. O. Walker bought a fine thor head. pounds each and the two of the County Attorney, oxrliiMtc of oughbred Shorthorn cow from Capt. Royle 18 that averaged 7"0 pounds bovine' woighlng about 700 pound, the foundation, (which has been brought $112.40. R. K. Powell this week for $100. She at seven and a quarter cent a and bringing $0.50 per hundred. Charles Ontts, of the McKinncy Fish & Brandenburg, a Paint Lick completed), until 5 o'clock P. M., pound. section, bought of a Russell county is a Auguit 20. All bid" must be sealed young shipping partnership, exported from and marked "aealed bbU." Tho Shel Oatts, the hustling F. L. Thompson, of tho East End, party foir yearling cattle at $35. Mr. Uoyle trader, bought three steers Garrard county a car load of cattle committee reserves tho right to rej bought from Charley Latham, of Pu Outts tells us that he is cutting five to a from J. A. Young, of Columbia, here nhoutCincinnati Live Stock Company ject any and all bid. The cuccess-facrs of alfalfa for the third time and laski, here Monday, seven oou-lu- . the middle of the week. steers at $40 a head. .Monday for which he paid $00. that the crop is excellent. bidder must be prepared to givo Ben Ham, of HyatUvillc, bold a A. F. Edwards, of the East End, C. Stephenson, he bought the heifers bond with approved security for the Green Gooch, of Wayncsburg, sold to Mr. Rowling, of Garrard, a cattle for $150. He gave J. M. Cover $05 dozen I.eavell, to Center Bros., of faithful performance of this contract. sold to S. II. Raughman, here MonPoint the animals weighing heifer Monday at six nnd for three tnlvcs, nnd paid Mr. Brum-m- 720 pounds each, ami bringing five day a black bull for $C0. To J. D. a W. M. Fields, half cents a pound. $175 for Mvcn light bteers. J. three-quartWhitehouse, Mr. Gooch sold eight cents per pound. J. L. McKee Riire, C. R. Martin, of Boyle, bought six T. Weil sold him a rouple f calves nnd mixed cattle for $17-1- , and to HenJ. M. Cross of the Prcachcrsville W. S. Rurch. & Mr. Foley ry Murphy, of Mt. Sterling, he sold cows here Monday from a Mr. Cross, for $45. The firm of Robinson D. district is making daily ship- C4-Commttteo at $4.70, and five from a Oatts sold seven yearlings to J. four cows for $112.80. ments of stock, having exported on Whitehouse at $25. of Wayne, at five cents a pound. Inst Thurbday n car load of Iambs J. Lee Murphy, of Hubble, bought Small Term for Sale. W. T. Tucker, sold a couple of J. B. Honnker, of Hustonvillc, has a couple of car loads of beeves at small steers to L. C. Rosley, of Royle just returned from Lnwrence coun- from Brodhead, the young wool Contains 100 acres, threo miles bearers having been pitrchakcd mostRichmond court last week at prices here Monday, averaging 400 pounds, ty, where east of Waynesburg. No residence rur.ning from $25 to $40 a head. at seven and n quarter cents a pound. llingsworth, he bought from Jen Co- ly in Rockcastle county. of Cadmus, 23 head of purchased a bunch on it, but has good barn Ileie Monday he bought one from AlJames Meredith, of Stanford, sold steers at seven and a quarter cents of Center Bros., Holmun Brown, both outbuildings. Good orchardnnd other heifers from nnd well len & Snow, and six from Urown, at to L. C. Rosley, of Royle, here Mon- u pound. Tho beeves averaged about 25 acres in cultivation, $34 a head. day five head of cattle that averaged 1,000 pounds each. W. R. Mnynard of Garrard county, the animals aver- watered. o aging about 700 pounds nnd costing For further particulars call on or Sharpe & Branson, of Casey, sold 500 pounds at seven nnd a half cents of near McKinney, went to the mountrader around six nnd u half dress J. W. Smith. Wuynosburg, Ky., here two cows at three and a pound. with Mr. Honnker nnd engaged cents per pound tains ri3-- 8 R. V. D No. 1., C. M. Long. cents; 17 calves to various W. J. Reynolds, of Wnyncsburg, Mr. J. C. Cricillis & Sons contracted parties at $35; to other parties 12 who was here at court day sales 40 head fromabout Collingsworth, to be delivered Sept. lkt, for for a bunch of yenrlings from tho Oil, Oil, Attention at $30; some heifers at $40; some Monday, sold four hogs to Dr. Hugh which he will pay about six and a half Center Bros., 13 head in the consigiv-men-t, I can save you money,Farmers. your can fill yearlings at seven and a fourth cents Rcid, for Mrs. J. II. Owsley for $15. cents a pound. barrel, or sell you a No. 1, to cost them as much as $7 a and a lot of light Jerseys at about They averaged 45 pounds. steel barrel with faucet, 50 gal$20. Harry Frye bought of John II. or Dick Scudder, of McKinney, owner hundred. & Robinson, of Gnrrard sold lon capacity, at a low figurv, and fill Pope great Peavme, Monroe Thompson, a member 'of Goggin a d marc mule was the Stanfordstallion, Allnnd stated recently at the stock pens in Ijincas same with the best oil at low prices. Monday, in tho live real estate firm of Guinn & 17 h...iri hnv. saving you from $1 to $2. that he will have his btring of blue i..r m hi;ul nf Thompson, of Wayncsburg. was here nnot make nrrnnxements blooded youngsters about ready for ing been bought by George Peal, tho , If 'u court day. He reports the sale of PUBLIC SALE rouFh '"UT mcrch"n,t ??.U SM$,1?, beeves averaging about 460 pounds i the fair ring, when the big K. of P. the Ed Jones farm, cast of Waynes- ,t'!mT,nrd 0!' Ant,- - NV hh& fair opens here next week. Mr. and citing him $25 per head. uurg to a West Virginia party for , Lancaster, Ky. Phone 152. 30 Pope & Robinson, e We will offer nt public sale on n Scudder says he will have about half $1,000. There are 61 acres in the shipping firm of Garrard couu- - - a dozen royally bred youngsters ripe stock tract. Wednesday, Sept. 15, 1915. nt that time. He is very sweet on a ty, have received another consign - ' Mrs. Hugh N. Noe has sold to W. TDT T mile late colt by All t'euvine Vanity ment of cattle from Letcher county, A T jVj tT O. Reid, who is a lieutenant in the on the farm, bituated one-haJ 111 A I j army, her handsome sorrel saddle west of Peyton's Well and two mi Fair, which he expects to make a a car load of about 75 head of cal- - I ves anil yearlings; tnese novines are i gelding for $250. She will keep the les east of Morelnnd, adjoining the name for himself on the tnnbark. Rigsby & Thompson, of Preachcrs-vill- cither sold by this firm to local deal- splendid equine until latter part of lands of Sam Helm, R. C. Nunncllcy, of did a lot of trading on the mar- crs, or later on add to their shipment September, when he will b shipped George Gaddis and II. F. Martin, both real nnd personal property of ket here Monday. to Texas City, Texas, to his owner. From Charley of cattle to some city live stock com W. II. Murphy, on the Hustonvillc W. G. Routt, deceased. The farm Latham, of Pulaski, they bought 7 pany. cxportd from Center Rrothers pike, near Turnersville, has announc- contains 80 acres, well improved cattle that averaged 000 pounds, nt ed that he will hold a big sale on land has on it a good dwelling of sev- $39 a head; from Boge Smith, of Point I.eavell a car load on WednesBrodhead, four calves at $10.50 a day to J. F. Sadler & Company in August 31st. He will dispose of his en rooms, two porches and goo handsome farm and arl fivestock at dry collar, the houso in good repair, head; from Jack Edwards three hei- the Queen City; there were 37 head t in the the bovinen weighing 700 WE WILL OFFER TO THE HIGH tlmt time. Capt. T. D. English, of having been painted recently. Has fers at $20.50 a head; a calf fiom pounds,car,tho prices, running from Danville, has been engaged as tho cistern at door; new double hen- Mr. Cover for $30; two heifers from EST BIDDER ON five cents to six auctioneer and some fino stock will house; meat houie; buggy house; Mr. Reynolds, at $30 a head. They nnd annd cents per pound. half tool housw mid good frame barn have engaged 40 hogs from Wot Petgo under the hammer. Has Allen, near Kings Mountain, Wednesday, August 11th, Sheen buyers havo been active in 50x 40 feet in good repair.Fnrm is tus, of Hubble, to ship Tuesday at was at and reportJessamine county, fchaep for breed- - well watered by creek and never seven and a quarter cents a pound, ed that court hcrf Monday yearling hull 1915, a ing purposes being received from the failing spring; all in gruss, but about which will weigh about 200 pounds from he had bought for J. II. Spnngler, $12.50. Ho our farm, located seeding this full., each; from J, II. Bustle they get four mountains imd mlmlie Tennessee. 20 acres, this for of u miie steer calf from Georgo Rig-ne- y N'euily all the Inmbs have been Thvrc is 45 acres at grass and the hogs averaging about 100 pounds nt bought a$25 and eight sheep from Si- from the depot at Moreland, Ky., on for is fir it cIuhh RJuo Grass beven cents; from Tom Brent three bought and shipped, about, only whole the Q. & C. ond. The faim contains 4,000 to be shipped witiiin the next land. W. D. Routt also win offer 20 porkeri. averaging 175 pounds nt sev- las Bro'wn for $25. Mr. Allen leaves 220 ncies of hind in high state of culacres lying cant of Mils place, be'uig en cents; from Ilenry C. Auderson today for McCreary to buy a load of tivation, and is well improved. The few wcoUs, whrl'h will about cleso the . a part f tho originnt truct. It is in live heavy Iioujs at fcKx and a quintcr steers for J. A. Robinson, on the residence is a good one, mul contains wero bought at Danville plku. good stirto of cultivation and can be cents. and sheep at $6 to !i. J. C. McDonnld, of Tennessee, who 10 rooms; all necessary outbuildings. J. T. Rigsby, of tho Hast End, bought with other form if purchasur is here with a nice bunch of stuir There are two largo stock lurns, one 100 acres. mid to Huguely & McDowell, of wants tobacco barn, nearly every coMt day, sold 30 head jaok barn, SALE OF PERSONALTY. PERSONAL. douffle crib; good well llo.Mlr, hero .Monday, 04 head of ewes of heifers Monday to T. W. Jones, gramrry, ono 1 good wagon. farm at $5.75. Frem Witt Pettus, of and cistern near door, nnd ncvcr-fail-i- n On Saturday, Aueutt 14, 1915, be of Stanford, for $050, and three to 1 turning plow. btbek water from several Hubble, Mr. Rigsby bought a couple ginning nt 10 A. M., on the Hudson Jcsho Fox for $125. Ed Hildreth, of Tho land is well adapted to tho snrinei.s. 1 double A harrow. of cows that totalled 20'JO pounds at growth & Burton farm (Dennett Cloyd Tennessee, brought up 05 heud of or tooaccp, nemp, grain and grass. 2 buggies. rrickwl a pound; from W. A. Poyn-trc- r a place), two miles vast of Hustonville beeves which ho Mild out In low to 1 Sash cutting box. At tho bamo timo we will sell 30 he purchased u cow weighing miles west of diirerent parties, lie sold ciuiit head licinl of and one and one-ha1 hay rake. d W10 pounds nt feur and a half' steers, 22 McKinney. I will sell publicly tho fol that averaged 550 pounds at $18 n 1 mower. cents; and from R. J. McAllister, steers 4 yeuring steers, 0 heiflowing property belonging to Hudson head. 2 sets of buggy harness. 0 cows with Polled Angus calves ers, near Crab Orchard, 15 hogs, averag& Burton: 1 but of good wagon harness. ing 200 pounds nt $0.00 u hundred. at side, 3 springers, 1 Jersey milch Newt of the Churchei. 25 yearling bteers. 1,000 tobacco sticks. cow and calf, 8 fat slionts, 1 Rube Horton, of Waynesburg, k Servico on Presbyterian 23 yearling heifers. 2 good milk cows, fat. juck came up Monday with a bunch of live hands Wednesday evening, August lltli, at 1 registered jack, 15 jennets, 1 high, 3 milk cows. 1 good yearling steer. which he had no trouble dis2 stock, pair 7:30 o'clock. Read Acts 17. 3 sucking calves. 2 sows and 10 aged mules, 1 stallion 14 2 shoats. posing of. Ho sold three cows to 3(! hogs. d 1 brown gelding, five years old, hands, 1 family horso 8 years old, 1 Murphy & Hugkes, of Mt. Sterling Nice Farm For Sale Privately. 425 bushels wheat. brood mnre, u d surrey, 1 at four cents a pound. They weie gentle for lady and wiH work any100 barrels selected whlto corn in I desire to sell privately my farm huggy, and a good lino of farmjng canners. To Mr. Morgan, of Gar- where. crib. 1 Arizona range, good as new. of 25 aotcs, known as the Oho An- implements; also 25 acres of growrard, he fold a heifer weighing C50 7 stacks of good timothy hay. 1 Perfection coal oil range, good as derson place, located in bight of Tur. ing corn, 3 acres of borghum, 200 pounds at six cents a pound. To CO bushels of orchard grass. nersville, nnd improved with a bushels oals, 4 carloads of hay, Uncle Jim Roberts, of Pulankl, he new. 1 Decring hinder, good as now. 1 house and good big stock or Tho land will bo offered in two parWiand washer, complete with bold a rnlf. and 1.1 shoata to u Mr. 1 Superior wheat driU, 8 disc, good tobacco burn, cribs, hen houses and cels and tho naa a whole. Guyu, of Harrodsburg, averaging G5 wringer. Terms good pair btock brales on pike. Laud A lot of houbehotd and kitchen condition. and mado known on duy of sale. pounds, at $7.25 a hundred. To J. At same time about 185 acres of is in good state of cultivation, most Snlo begins at 10:30 A. M., prompt. W. Gulley, of Lancaster, ho sold furniture not mentioned in above. all in grass now, Well and cistern C. M. BACK & SONS, J. R. Routt, on the place, W. D. grazing land.' will be rented. throe calves nt $17 a head. & Hubble, bought 27 head of Routt or Georgo II. Routt, Moreland t r.K.MS, win uo announced on in yard. A bargain t sold at once. Moreland, Ky. Terms to suit purchaser. Granville day of bale. CAPT. T. I). ENGLISH, Aucc. hogs from him at seven cents, that for particulars. fll-t- d MRS. DEBIE HUDSON. Agent Lutes, Stanford, It." F. D. No. 5. Possesion to suit the purchaser. weighed 2150 pounds. Sale Begins at 10 A. M, re-teiWHre-hou- fr high-grad- four-year-ol- d. ul 500-pou- et ad-th- three-quarte- rs four-year-ol- wide-nwak- lf Of C Cir c, Land, Stock And Crops three-quarte- one-fourt- h nxu-ket- it o two-hor- lf 1,200-poun- 800-pou- Mid-Wee- 1- d 200-pun- two-seate- six-mo- m lib-ci- ul u 1tmSrvi"m .jg-- '""'" 1tT"' '?y'ywM0(Wffllp. ' " ut" WWW twMaWHnnwiai ' "' "i rTiVtnimi'if.ii(W",nii"""ifi."' tflii IT - 1r ink, m f -'" i A. - -. "";""" - V mnm -- , f riwtfgHm.eiauW. 1 mif-- Aiuo'JaUMI.lw .Clasit w iiwiiiiilai