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J Ptlati Mot ram Haw nd I 14 Ktad by r Farmtra Than aay I Othir Country Paper la to Stat. Established I860. 56th Year. YOUNG VIFE CUTS IIEK THROAT No. 65. The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, August 13, 1915. LINCOLN COUNTY 'w.m j.:Wi M&i: . -- . R tu 1 JmLgXEjEi It lm' HI J'.si to H ' Tuesday and Fridays OE.E.I- - In Daipondency When lluihand Mud Well Known Citizen Stricken While Everything In Tip Top Shape For Uett Fair in State Thii Year, Undergo Third Operation ? vt Work Tuesday. Dospondont, It la believed, ovor the continued Illness of lier husband, nnd fearful lost n third operation which pronounced necessary physician mlghl. piove fatal. Mrs. Mary Hon. osemite in i uoy, cut oh. I'diow jiur throat with a maor TuoMlay nffiht. She died instantly from lite injuiv. Mr. W. J. Oainpl til. of l(utnvilli-- who haa Dawn Incn sojourning at Golden Sor'nirs brought new of the fotirful tiairedv. lie Miva that tho mill- - lmd tte'en married hut a short time and were greatly lit love. Mr. IIonon lind undergone two operation fbr an in teatinnl trouble of otno fort nnd still n third had been advised. The anxi ety nnd woiry over hex hualmnd'a condition. Ik believed hv friondi. to have preyed upon Mr. Honon' mind to auch mi extent tltnt it to l nine iinhalanred nnd site iletetinineil iit take her own life. , w II. RANEY DIES SUDDENLY NEXT WEEK FAIR WEEK HERE Stanley Handy Col. In FOLKS WIN ELECTION BOARD MEETS At aiUir IU.-L'- . ;.r kr--. . . .,-- . 2LLL3 nKLL. I. ,r:m - Hay. V- Joint II. Itnucy died very suddenly Tuesday afternoon, lit wna working e nt the loci; quarry nnd was l.y the hunt nnd fell, lie was 'taken to hi home on Danville avenue nnd a tihyairian summoned. He eem oil to lc putting along all right and ra talking to member of hi family, when all nt once ho grew worse and hi death followed in hort while. Deceased wrx do year old and had lived In Lincoln county nil of his life. Hi wife died some eight year ago. but six children are left" to mourn the lw of the kind father. They are: ovoi-com- fe , -- 1' Vfe:.. fv lc ;-- ' 1 ': arouoed over the dUplay of Sudan gran made here Monday bv J. T. Dvingvtnn. wlm i probably the firt to introduce thU new feed to Lincoln county. In anawer to n number of in- " iuirie regnrtling Sudan gun, K. .1. Wind and Hail Storm Dort Dnmagr. Kinney, uttant atate Hgronomii't. heavy wind accompanieil by liail at the State Experiment Station nt e (In! omidenible (Uraage in the Lexington, lia written the followvction Wednefday aftumoon. ing: Experience with Sudan graa in I LoganV crop va Kentucky ha been wn limited that tobacco 1 in Bud Ilolderman' l.y hail. we nave not much ilata from which - were blown over hi farm nd to form conclusion. I'rom our f. big fhade tree in hi yard m' here, and from tile experthe viif leveled to fromground;theM. II. ience of other grower of thi gra, wind it uem tliat there i plenty of time Iluizley aulfered Uith mil hail, while two oat tack on when U Sudan graa i own oarly, tm-T. Sartrnn were blown to matore two of J. tin croft and to let the l'Mi and oat apread broadcast. It. first rrtili vet in the condition damaged and ffir mmkinv hv: tliat i. in full l.tnora G. Gover had two siloa ii faim;r in that nection of thelxwn m.iu. ron ,.r,. to K ,r. C""itv Uftailied loM'ea. The Wind lr,l , thr.P nartinllv t.mlurn.l rmm t .1 i at a tciritic rat for a short nnd the yield will rte protmhly as wtu'e ui.d lance hail alond fell for great, if not greatr. 1 would rut (fie a 1'iief eriod. first crop when in full bloom, a this give hay the best ipialitv. U can Left Hi. Board Rill Unpaid. stand longer than thi withnirt any A fc'low wh rettUtertMl as II. I'.'j deterioration, but should be taken Scott came to the St. Aaaph Hotel off at this time in order tliat the sec orrt lei das ago and left Wedm- - ond 'crop may be started in sufficient .tuy without bidding Mine Host E. C. .time to mature before froL There i Jordun faiewell and we might add m, advantage whatever thnt I can see that he failed to pay hi bill. Mr. jn rutting it without ft being headed Jordni. is not o muchworried about out. Of course, it will make fairly good hay if cut now, but hay of any the little In of money but the Scott hown doea Hot set graa cut too early is rather laxative well With him. Scott ia described as in character, and is not likely to lie being about five feet nine initios; ns thoroughly assimilated as more 1 in or lot) pound and mature grass. It will not injure tho weigh ha n brown inustnche. Mr. Jordan crop any tj cut the growth off at will i.&t spare any time or off art in any time that seems deirablo, trjlr.g to collect hi" bill. Sudan gra, us you know, wa only brought to thU country in 1900. It EpCt Him , To Take High Rank. wa brought hore primarily for ue rogions, oapecinlly Among, jlio Representatives in the in the semi-ariIns-Hquse of. RcpresoHtntioe who in Tcvn, whore thoy had no other Iwck" was pr. W. R. irood hay grasses. Mot of the experiRay, of. Shelby county, who went mental work carried on with it after down boforil- George L. Tickett. of its introduction was done In Texas, SholtiJlto.' tr popular young Demo- and in similar localities. Experiment crat iMv. I'irkl'tt ia splendidly equip-- . In the humid regions have been very pvd to.mki.aco(l legislator and his limited, a it is only within the last i j) f look foi him to take ldgh yoar or two thnt ita value has been rai i in the councils of the next Gen-oc- demonstrated under such conditions. It is well to remember that Sudan aembly. Louisville Time. Mi. PukeM i a brother of Mrs. Will graft la notliiap more or Ics than a sorghum. It ha? exactly the same Sewraiu-- of tin city. as to mil nnd climnte ns the ordinary sorghum, and undoubtLebanon Junction Murdrr Trial. The trial of Dec Leilie, of Lcbnnon edly hns exactly the same effects on Jun tion. charged with the murder of the soil. The climnte differences behis brother, Jnmea Leslie, was begun tween it and the common sorghum of nt Shephcrdsville Thursday. About Kentucky is that it grow-- very fine forty witnojaoa nre there from Leba- hO tliat it is more suitable lor hay non Junction. The main wit now for and mntuies much earlier. Faimers the State is J. II. Leslie, father of should keep the fact of its being ghum in mind nnd not expect it to tho Leslie boys. in mainserve the same purpose taining the humus supply of soils, OTTENHEIM. Mr Ciupcr Schlappi has a severe etc., ns our ordinary grasses do. 1 Go--liI Club Honored. The Stanford Woman' Club wn Uien un Imlioi this week when one i.l it ineinbcL'. it retiring I'rei ilnit. Mr,. Shelton Saufley wa thaiiman o the I'rca of t(i Sti' F'tomt ion for tJixtrirt. tht Highth t onnreional Mi. J. (i. fiablie, of Itichmond, who Is State Chairrian of the deiartineiit. niiMoyr.i el hei district cliairmen jut n trip to the expobefore lettMng sition a( (alifornm thi week. The Distrll Pre ChalrmoM t far are a follow: Firi District Mr. Don Taylor, of Fulton. St.ond DUtrkt Mrm. Given Hu-- .j of Honderaon. StMi.th Dlntrlet Mr. Arth Tmil, of tinnkfort. Kighth DUtrict. Mr. Shelten M. uuflcy, of Stanford. N I.ila Hall th DUtrict Mk Smith, of Mayville. Teuth DUtnci Mr. Treil A. Vuuichan, of I'njntsvillu. DUtrict M.i. Kvburt KleenUi Llw'o.l, of l'lnevillo. Local ei Womn' ncy and George, Milton, Logan and Gnbo ltnncy. Mr. ltaney ha been a member of thv ChrUtian church for many year.. The funeral wn preach. ed at the late home Wednofdny at 3 o'clock bv Kid. Jotuph Hallow, nited by I). M, Wnlker, after which all tliHt wa men tnl of the retpected citiruu wa Inid to rut in Uuffalo Spring cemetery. William Rowtey Killed. William Itnvey, a member of the Ilowaey family of the I'nrknille of lloyle county, and a relative ec-HCim-innnl- Mr. Karl Wither. Mink Murtlm Na fr of the Hohi.j- of thj. county, met a myterious death in He wa braking orua C. iv tJ. freight which ran into fincinnnti and waa !at wen when hit-- train wa crowing State avenue. Hi body wa found at the foot of an enliankment fifty feet high, while hi hat. coat and vct were found at the ton of the hill. There w evidence of a atruggle and it I helieved that he either committed ulride or fell from hi train and rolled down tho embankment to hi iloath. He wa SB year old and married. Much Interett in Sudan Gran Conxidcrablo interet ha been Our people should bear in mind that the K. of I. I.ir is a Uimo enterprise and should not only attend earh day but do ev.ything in their power to push the "good thing" along and make it the success that it promiio to be and should be. If you liave not done your pait toward working for the fair, get buy now and stay busy until the last ring is mown a week from today. Will Cloie Al Noon During Fair. We. the morchants of Stanford, Ky., agiee to close our Inn noss houses at noon, during the K. of I'. I air ami open after the rings each day: W. H. Higgins .1. W. liryant. W. II. Hrady, I. ,t C. Salem. I'hillins Phillip. T. I). W. K. Shugars, MeKoborii & Hailov. G. L. Penny, Severance & Son, E. H. Campbell. J. L. Murphy, George II. Karris. E. T. Pence. Jr., W. A. Tribble, Pence & Hill, M. 0. Vande-vo- r. W. R. Ilockcr, G. M. Lyons, by J. W. Taylor, Sam Robinaon, J. II. Haughman & Co, D. V. Kennedy & Co. New-land- , -- stake. greatly clntcd over the nominn- - H- Hon of Hon. A. O. Stanley for H-governor In the primary last V V- - Saturday. Mr. Robinson said: I know Stanley well. I ought to. He worked for me ? on my fnrm several summers while nttonding cntrege nt Dan- - ? villo. Hw fnthor wa preach- - ? ing there, nnd Stanley whs go- - ' ing to school. He'd come out ' H- - to my place and make one of I ever saw in T the best hnnd H-- tho hay fluid. He could pitch V' up a much hay on a stack a h any of the legulnr farm hands, n nnd wasn't afraid of uny kind V eeo. of work. I'll bet right now, if ? fill-e- d i The $10u co.lt stake already you put him in a hay field, V with some of the finost In the H' he'd be ns much nt home a ho V State, while in the $10 ImrncM ( will be In the Governor' Man- " stake and $nO(l aaddle stnke will be V sinn at een the host equine in Kentucky. V WV--VY-The floral hall will bo filled to g with exhibit that will prove interesting to the ladie. Mr. Col. W. P. Walton Grateful. It. M. Wackerby i chairman of thi Editor Interior Journar: department and he will see to it that Please allow me apace to thank the every exhibit ha a good place in the I lived so long liall and that the laities are woll cur- friends among whom for the splendid vote given me for ed for in every way. u sweet soThe biggest ahipniuirt of .secretary of state. It is lace in my defeat to know that those horse will come from N'ashvllle best fifteen in number and in it will bo who know me will stood so faithfully and 1 eiitne for two of tho three rieh by me the 1,000 always cherish with prido that I got in V Next week will be fnlr week in Stanford and people will be Here from the four ipmrter. Youne; people arc aln'ady arriving for the wtlvltlvoa of ami by Wednesday next, the opening day, Stanford will be alive with people. Report cc.no from mnny actions thnt crowd are coming to the Knight of I'ythm fair and the proipect for a aplundid lot of horso wn ficvur butter in the hiatory of tho asocintion. The hog how will be beyond doubt the best of any fnlr south pf the Kentucky liver. .Swine of nil kind will be shown and there will he a iloaen ring for Red Berkshire, which will lie worth coming milos.to ' Will T. Robinson, of lloyle, was at tho Hack snlo nt Morcjand Wednesday, and waa Their Share of Premlumi Flrtt Two Here. Tuetday and Canvatiet Lin Days of Ulg Drodhead Fair coln'i Primary Vole Winners. Ovor two thousand pcoplo were present nt Hrodhcnd Thursday, the second day of the big Hrodhond fair. The wonthor was ideal and they came from everywhere. The Floral Hall was exceptionally fine and attracted much iittonlion. Everywhere talk waa Heard of the big The Lincoln County Board of Election Commissioners composed of Sheriff J. G. Weather-fordchairman, S. T. Harris, Democrat, and Mr. E. G. Bnugh, HepuMicti,.mot Tuesday and officially canwscd the refill n from tost Saturday' primary. No change wa made in the vote in any rme. a reporter: In the I. J.'s table published on Tuesday, the foi winch weie takon from the stuh bnoke and nre therefore official. The returns from thi county tilled to the State Elecaie now tion Board which compiles the official vote of the cntiic state within about n welk, and thou issuoa certificate to the successful candidates. , r M 4.1. F!f. nt 1 In 'Thi.' Section. M" . vt sh. :f y. '' over-flowin- my bt ..r-r.- ul-o- d fa)leH-W-"cOTn- - 5 V: t r . V. Krougor ujul littlu" niece. Tmuh have been visjflng her aged parents. Mr. ard Mr, R. Trtiub. Mrs. Frank Dolmar. who has been vihiting relative and friends here has leturnod to Uuffalo, N. Y., where she and hur hutlard will start hailing or. the Gieat Menrs. Joe Henzen and Rudolph Gooki. of Cincinnati are visiting friends hore. Mils Km nui Hoehn entertained a number of her friends Saturday cold Clarn Mr. NEWS OF CHURCHES Rev. W. A. Fito, of Paducah, line accepted a call to the Christian TIk1 Union Service on Sunday night will be held in front of the court house if weather permits. Otherwise it will be held at tho Presbyterian churih. Sermon by Rev. C. II. Greer. chinch at Ashland. g. -- i. t.-t . j-- . Wiontjeu Mr. and t Mr. Joseph gave a dolilitful soda: tast week in t honor of Mr. and Mrs. Raphul UniniM of Louisville. Those present wore: Mr. and Mr. Joe Erwin, Mrs. Frank Dolmar. Moara. Earl Russell, John hraUher, Frank Wientjos and Will Ostermnnn, Missok Helen Wtentjo and Ruibara RushcII. Delightful mui,-i- s weie was rendered. Hefrehmon( served and the guests departed at a late hour feeling that they had been well entertuined Mr null Mrs Edwnru Kuhr nnd g tHelr rvv MHa Lena Kuhr are vi-li- 4V Mr und. Mr Agast Heck. 4Mhs Anna pllibh, of Cincinnati, is ahcune with, her jxirents. i. ft r.. Tit. A.Iiaa. Mho circulation in uiU wivsie pro- nr-- t.. nay.eit,irom ,ri. tne nsn- tler and th tho Foley iys rp At the Pioshytorinn church Sunday, Aug. 1.1: Sunday School it:.10; Morning Scivice at 11 o'clock: C. E. Society at 7 o'clock, "True to IdeaR" Ilaptist Church: Sunday School nt 0:30 A. M., Preaching 11 A. M., Subject "Fruit Hearing." Evangelistic service nt 7:15 P. M. Cordial to all. Seniles at the Christian church. Sunday. August 10: Sunday school at l:80; Preaching service at 111 MB; Young Meeting at 7 :00 Peoples Union protithing in front o'clock. . 1). M. of the couit house nt Walker will pionch tho seimon. The piogrnui is in retidlne for the Sunday-t-cljoconvention to bo held nt Goshen Christian church noxt Tuesday. August 17. We are expecting every Christian Sunday-schoin the county to bo ruprofcnted. The Goshen brethren are making preparation to entertain all who romo and I very will give us a royal welcome. much 'ilesile that wo may make this a buntior county by hnving ut least an ofiircr from every school in tho county. Dor.'t forget tho date, Tuesday, Augut 17, at Goshen. Appoint your delegates next Sunday. D. M. Walker, County President 7:-15ol rieu- - The I. J. is the farmers' papor of nta Central Kentucky, Twice a week for Only f 1 a year. Subscribe now, .,.. -. Word to Floral Hall Exhibitors. Best pair mules any age Harry It is neraawry that all exhibit for W. P. WALTON. Mink 1st; A. Owens 2nd. the Moral Imll at theKnighta of Py- Moat graceful Indy Lexington, Aug, 12. 191?. horsoback tbiah Fair, which boginc next Wed- rider Mrs. Mary Henson 1st; Mias Qaajday. be turned over to Chairman Clyde Sigman 2nd. Talking Through His Hat. It. .Yl. that dtpartment. Harnoas class, best mare or geldO'rfr young friend. II. V. Haatin, nbt later than 3 o'clock next Tues ing, two under -. mudc n to Losing- - cil Brownyears and C. Lanethree Cetrip day afternoon, Aug. IT. ExhibitaU mf Laocaste1st; E. 2nd. will be received any timo during rltri ton "nJ ti Ken through his hat to a Boat marc or folding any age, Jay up to that hour, but ttreyy5l! Leader reporter thusly: "Garrard hamofs class S. T. Curtis 1st; E. be refused if brought later. If re- inunty Republicans will this yeaf C. Lane, 2nd. quire some time to. place tha exhib- jiive Morrow nnd the State tukct a Host double team J. P. Chancel its, and it - nerocaary that'thej- arc big majority and efect a sheriff to lor 1st; W. A. Poynter 2nd. all in bv thnt Jiotir. Remember this. succeed tho late Sheriff Robinson." Best draft maro or gelding any E. C. WaltoA Secretary. It The paper tuid- - It i is undeittood ago I. L. Phillips 1st; W. C. that if Joe Hammonds elected sner-if- f Wilcher, 2nd. he will mnko Hastin ono of las $2,500 In Premiums. Beat pair draft mares or geldings W. C. Wilcher 1st; I. L. Phillips, Thu, Knight of Pythias Fair, deputies. 2nd. which begin. Wednesday and lasts Col. Walton. Best model stallion, mare or geld in 1910. through Friday, will give away nearSeventeen-year-ol- d Leila May Fo- ried $2,000 insurance in ithe ly J2.B0U in premiums. SSftO of which Our veteran editor, Col. W. P. ing, any age S. T. Curtis 1st; E. C. Oti9r'. ley committced suicide nt Mt. Ster- of Maccabees. His claim ,was,enw6 Is hung up in stakes. This big amount Walton, scorns to have lost. Hut what Lane, 2nd. will bring a magnificent lot of horses is an editor for if it is not to whoop Best running wnlker, saddle class ling by taking rough on rats. the day following his deaijjjy ftlr. T. V. Ferrill, a prominent Somer- f!. Sine, whoso dntv it Is f"makn E. C. Lane 1st; John Rigsby, 2nd. and the biggest fair yet mny be ex- - it up all the time for some pocted. .Meet your friends thofe. Thoro were sixteen entries in this set merchant, fell from tho pavement fidayit to the deaths, of those Don't he got reward.by-feelin- g nnd broke nn arm. how oft is the number twelve that ring. ing insurance nt tne earnest Judge W. E. Dowling defeated possible. Of tho thirty.ffve' tnoawnb Garrard People Should Remember. strikes his rotund extormnity? clamsl Ben L. Cox for Representative from nnid in this pnuntv ! thp Orlpr ofti Spent $50,000 in Politics. Garrard county people should re Richmond Climax. John B. Chennult, formerly a seek Anderson county. ilaccabees, all have been pabi wihiiG& member the way Lincoln supported Mrs. Jane Purdy, uged 78, is dead ten dnvs nfter nfficinl nntificnhonlCi our Fairs and attend the Fair at Infant Son of W. C. Young Dead. er ntter otllcO, but r.ew a national ' bank examiner, was here Thursday. at Millersburg. Her entire life had Stanford, Wednesday, Thursday and W. M. Reed who lives on Green Asked if he was still intorested in been spent in the little town. Woman Suffrage Lecture. , rriday of next weok. Lancaster river to the right of Highland, was New York importers petitioned things political, he said: "Yes, I am Record. About 30 heard Mr. W." P, MarsJ in town Tuesday afternoon for a cas- inteiested, but you can put it in your President Wilson to take prompt nnd ket for the son of hat that I will never run for office strenuous action against Great Brit- of Lawrenceburg, lecture on; Voa Tell, of Death of Mr. McElwain. an suurage at tne' tyourtneu Wil Craig Young, who died of lockain's "paper blockade" Tho Franklin Favorite this week ed bowels. The little fellow was HI again. I made three races for State The Georgia Legislature adjourned Thursday evening. He niado h oilicos and blew in $30,000 and would has the following upon the death of for some time plea for submission of a co'nsflwtj I had had it. aint tne 'end enme I without passing any appropriation JniruM H. McElwain, fnthor of Mrs. Tuesday. The burial occuned nenr have spent more if played politics in my younger days bills. The whole session was taken al amendment to it vote qf the. John Sum Owsley, of Stanford: "Mr. the home Wednesday morning nt 10 and am working for n living when up with prohibition. pie nnd prophesied 'that tt is Qfii James M. McElwain died at his home o'clock. certain Plans areAjl I am old enough to quit business." Later returns show that G. G. sure and said, in Franklin Thursday morr.-n- g for another a.adi of Inst Mr. Chennult's experience should be Brasher, of Perry county, defeated made, he week ftom senility. He was eighty LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. for on the sublcjct here n littlel of profit to young men who aspire to Joe Hosworth, of Middlesboro years of age and the whole of lii probably by Miss Laura. CJay., hold office. The gentleman in ques- Representative in that district. useful life had been spent in thU Stf Wallace Smothers, convicted in the tion inherited a small fortune from community. Mr. McElwain was one his fnther, who was one of the rich- Clark Circuit Court for criminal as- Livery Stable Converted Into'of the orgnnizers of the McElwain-Meguiest men in Madison county, and the sault on little Geoigia Ualrd, has been The livery stnu ' '.aliiig! Hank, now operated as the pot street owned by J. N.' lion's share of it went in the chase sentenced to die on Sept. 3. McElwnin-MeguiHank and Trust The Bullitt county grand jury in- Sr is ... being con"ertcd into a f for office. Co., and for many years was one of dicted the members of the Bullitt rand will do occupied by it. .w "3 ' ia the leading financiers of Southern Dodge To Be Shown At Fair. fiscal court and the road, engineer mid John II. tvoner. lhejpwe Kentucky. A truer man to friends for fnilure to keep the public roads will be u?ed for storing; fjnd Williams & Riffe, of nnd convictions nobody ever saw. ns agents for the Phoenix Motor Car in good condition. Pip ing uu.uinuuiies, wuuo in iii4 n$ lllunt, ofttimes to abruptness, he was George Harmon, nn important wit- .Mr. oner wilt have n bQwii Company, of Lexington, will have "V withal as tender hearted as a chjld, one of the new model Dodge cars on ness for the State in prosecutions for nnd very probably a, skntiae? nnd it is doubtful if in nil of his "possum hunting" offenses exhibition at Stanford during the .. urrcning boienwiiW nnd social dealings he ocr business fair next week, and all are invited to in Caldwell county, died of fever in nar. 7 wounded the feelings of friend or 'nspect it. The Dodge has attracted a Paducah hosnital IV fee. To those to whom he gave his Arrangements have been completed .,,, ilt, ii. C Grceninff, a great deal of attention during the ,X.".confidence he reserved nothing, and ,1 L . vv.i shoit time it hns been on the mar- so that American importers can ob- a complete history of the good deed, ket ami has made a gieat lecord and tain goods from Russin against which '" m of Jim McElwain would till a book. many friends. Will Neal of Morelaud, ...v.. ....o uv., ..,. v.."fei o,,vv ,.v !IUSV .!. !..... IU11 l.I .. lllC IHllTil Created wholly above snobbery, he ill. 'li has just bought a five passenger ...n !..... IHVUI, ui MnrtvliilPtr. f:nrr,t r.1, was plain und democratic in hi. bearT7 Knl tho Lurnnri fimo iithio ' Lightning; thnrt model from tho popular Hustouville ing, never hesitating to express an 05-- 1 period, thu mill of Anderson and days ago. auto firm. building and it opinion when foimed, and never Spillmnn nt Danville was entered nnd w tunning stooping to boar malice. In his dealCompliment! Itt Telephone Service. robbed. Ihe safe wijs blown open smoke. implement. , . ings as a stock buyer, he expended The Danville Messenger compli- Wednesday night and robbed of 35. thousands of dollars among the fainf-er- s Tho War Departmont has sent out ments very highly the service it is ML Vernon Fir. Mj of tho county, and no man ever getting fiom its telephone exchange. inquiries to the manufacturers of war Juntos Maret, heard a syllable breathed agatnst his The reason is easily told: Homer C. supplies to find out to what extent Way and serretnry7t word, integrity or honor. In speech, Wray, formerly of this city. Is maiv thoy will be able to fill Government manner and nets, Mr. McElwain was lion fair, rites: , nger; he knows his business, and doo ordor during the war in hurope. your kind cxpre,slo typical of the Southern old school Sweeping freight rate advances deit. HON. JAMES D. BLACK gentleman, whose tacolb lapidly passWoatorn rail- fair. "Wtj paid uM. manded by forty-on- e ing. Hodidoa his uged wife, he ia surLun ford Ballard. road to make up for loss in earning ried a small apMH I Those .who utted4 vived by four daughter-Dr. Gus-si- e Judge Bluck. of Uarhotintllu, Mis Gtncie Lunafoid, the pretty power were denied by the Interstate of stock, yu8 eseejt Phillips. Mrs. Sam Owsloy, Dr. daughtor of J. M. Commerce Commission. A few highd Jmiioa P. Edwards of l.ouis-villElitabeth Phelps and Mia Heuhih for I.tuutenant Gouriior in the Lunafoid, and Ralph Ballard, a prom- er tariffs Vveie allowed. Broke Bui McElwain, and one sou, Mr. Curt urimury luit Saturday by a majority inent young farmer, wore made one Tho first bale of 1915 Florida cotMcElwain, of New Mexico. Funeral about the aanie size tlmt Lieut. Gov, after Qod'a holy ordinance firat of ton wuk sotd in Jacksonville the The StunfordM service 'wore conducted Friday and MrDormott beat Mr. hduwrda four the week. other day ami brought ten cents n own record pount burial made in Gfeon Luwn. pound. Not bad for those tight, war ,07 ywr ago for the same office. Judgu time, but tho trouble is the rest of butter that Black run a remarkable race, and hi Bon Watermelon Ralier. Children's Summer Coldi, friends- nru very proud of tha lienor Sam Gentry sent to this office th bulos tlmt will be sold won't bring bread, yrejij n U proud or near that good nru. It is wrong: to neglect n cold nt that ho ha uchiowd. fueling ory yesterday the first ' we imve keen. It was not A dead man was nominated for iLgr as . any tune iierauso it wcUKcns tne piifidoiit that ho w;;i ruoaauru up in system mid lays tho sufferer open every way to tho dignities and deep a very large one but the taito was Commonwealth Attorney or A days before the prima Vo all right. rospousibilttiM of tho iMisltlon. to attack from other disease.--- . Two Co ries W. Lee Roberts, candidate tor fcot, sudden changes In tomoera-- f Thoiittin4i Brakemvn Wat Cured, Postponing Old Age. the Democratic nomination, died of ma vlctvma" i nnd sleeping uncovered at tuie F. A. WooUey, Jacksonville, Tex., heart disease. Tho voters nominated the mount night cuute many ch.'dron" coins ir Overworked, wcuk or diseased kidFoloy'a Horcv nnd Tar nevs make ono feel old before mUl- writet "I wua. down with k dney him as a mnik of respect. sUmmer. Honey arid Judge Win. Lewis woii the repubCompound gives cure and prompt re, die uge. Rheumatism, nchea nnfitMjliIu and rheumutUmj had a nmaa lican nomination for circuit" jutle 14 tbfe aad, j llcf. Sold evdYWhsre. too free pewplrutlon of atwnll'b .llII.tll0,t"ny nni ,wns Hley KUnoyl'ilU and Laurtil district by un Qvebvhu4s4r ra pa - ' I ir..ii:odor und other symptoms arc vara-- 1 v loroUKhly cured." Thousands mnjority. Among v h Thu I. J. Is tho farmers' paper of i... . jhnt ... m tiling. ... ..ii, Vnf.v- L...a.,r t ...ulit.in ' """" l.,t,.bi LVIa.. jinuuma - .w"y OaI the defatted fltfn-- freshlHg'sU Unh, blbMiliiu J!l.i,., JtoA.k ". "" V tfUu. Central Kentucky, Twice, a week fa Kidney Pills make tho Kldnoya fJ 'tuJ7mi "V.f uiv (uiuw ill wv1-- - miu uimcij u iota ivuuni., l. u, Yr-mij Jll9 only $1 a year1. Subscribe now, nnd active. Sold everywhere. twnero- sole and Vf.'Vf, Row11b"iC' prVrnptly. Sold everywhere, A jaaftMli-t'yj- received in my new, ns the dearest compliment of my life. Entirely igpracnorant of the gnme of tical politics, unwilling to barter hon or for vote nnd not desiring nn of fice if I had to buy it, I could not cope with my competitors, some of whom spent money like water, while I am out only necessary expenses, l did nothing during the campaign to be ashamed of nnd nothing that my friends in old Lincoln would not have approved, and I retire from the game of politics on my own account fully determined to give the ticket nominaIt was ted my heartiest support. my first effort f.or office ns it will be my last as I nm fully convinced that political proferenco is not for mo. I want also to return my thanks to friends in Hoyle, for Mercer. Garrard and Madison their highly appreciated support. They too, did me ptoud and" I nm very grateful. Tlianking all who in any wise contributed to the flattering vote that I roccivod in the county in which my boat nnd happioat days were spent, I am, witk true aireetion, Gratefully, old home nnd the- 'J.300 vote, that I fair nt Stanford next week, and hundreds will be thoro from the East End nnd over In Rockcatle. The ring awards for the llrat day were as follows, many of the winners be ing from Lincoln: Combined saddle or hnrnoss mnre or gelding A. F. Furnish lit; E. R. Gentry 2nd. Running walker II. G. Hasty 1st; C. L. Lear 2nd. Tho other rings scheduled for. tho first day were postponed to tho second day on account of the fair. Host bull culf under six month It. K. Gaines UtJ W. L. King. 2nd. Host bull cnlf ovor six and 'under 12 months R. E. Gaines. Host bull any age It. E. Gninos, 1st and 2nd. Bet heifer cnlf under sdx months It. E. Gaines 1st; W. D. Pettus, 2nd. Host heifer cnlf ovor six and unP.. E. Calnos, 1st der 12 month anil 2nd. Host cuw any age, In beef clnsg It. E. Gninoa, 1st and 2nd. Host herd of bull, two cows and in dairy class Orrin Wallace 1st; A. E. Albright, 2nd. . Host herd in dairy class, bull, two cows and two calves W. R. Pettus, 1st; It. H. Gaines, Cnd. Host Duck K, J. Smith. Hoit ewe Frank Cordier. Rest nair sheen Frank Cnnlior. Best two Inmba, "jjuck nnd ewe, under 12 months Frank Cordier. Best sow nnd not loss than 1 nitrs. any breed Ernest Watson. Best maro mule colt under six months H. Hysincer 1st: D. W. Hy-sing- The first nubile talo of tha in tiiis eectloh of the stataT. CKaVN Very successful and nu.opiclefcj V' ' ?. .T u rr- good saio season, .Messrs, u,. r999Fr:r' and Sons, south of Morel:! IrVateW-Ma disposal sale to d'io:t ship and prices on livostu dQaaVBml '. ly ueor, were d j itritf.. tfttw...V2 J,n"if) 1- fig-ni- e- .pounds bringing ci two calves King, 2nd. Rest cow 11. K. Gaines lst;,W. L. Curtis, 2nd. Best mule over two and under three years A. Otrens 1st; B. W. Gaines, 2nd. Bast mule any age A. Owens 1st; B. W. Gainea, Chappel,' 2nd. Host horse mule colt under six months W. It. Gnines, lit; J. 2nd. Best mare and mule colt by side F. L. Thompson 1st; B. Hysinger, -- nil. ' Beat mule ovor ono nnd under two year J. B. Wade 1st; S. T. 2nd. HMK-karb- i- - ocratic nomination for Lieutenant Governor of l.ttDfi. The nitilltional returns tarried A. 0. Stanley's total ote beyond tho 100.000 mark. His total in his race for the gubernatorial lamination H. V.' MeChosney's stands 100,08-1total hns reached 00,004, leaving a plurality of 40,020 for Stanley. No other changes were marked by official returns from scerul counties nnd supplemented reports from counties where only the Governor's race hns been reported. Hnrksdale Hamlott's lead increased to fi.TOO ovor Charles Millikcu for tho Democratic nomination for Secretary of State, llamlctt has a reported vote of 2(!,905. Robert Greene, in his race for tho nomination for Audi tor, has a majority over Thomas Rhea of 5,550. v Sherman Goodpaster held up in the mountain section in his race for tho Democratic nomination for' Treasurer and his lftul over Claude B. Terrell increased to 0,27 i. He against has a total vote of 35,322 for Ten ell. Sid Douthitt, of New Castle, now claims victory Jl over W. F. Klair for the nomination Seventh Day Adventiiti Meet.'' .1 3for Railroad Commissioner from the ihe annual conference nnd eaa 3k WhB Official Second District by 2,500. tA-i'Zb-Wmeeting of the Seventh Day Adv "'.'.f-a'- f' rTLI s returns from outlying districts con- istsr Nicholns aW7t,v.-,-iU- i1 tinue to add to the lead of tho Henry Aug. will to bo held at' Mead McGlflrf-ru'?v'13 22. Elders county man. and C. M. Sorcnson, from tho Geifer--, X' al Conference nt Washington, DiC Is Local Bankt in Fine Shape. be present. Eloer . John B. Chennult, formerly of willNnshvilee. nresident S. thrt Wigra";jof : Snlitb,- ""4.- . Richmond and now a National Bank of .TTir .' Examiner, was here Thursday look- ern .Union Conference, und hidaS. W. Brown, of Nicholasville, ing over tho paper carried by the Lincoln National and First National a He found both institutions will also be present. The 'famotia. JJ-.Banks. Watchmun Male Quartette in ship shape. He went from here W rw.. to Hustouville to examine the collat- ville, will furni-- h the musicX " ,i. will be worth going to hear - Bank there. eral of the National will be held in the bii, tent t?d While in Stanford Mr. Chenault was the guest of Hon. and Mrs. W. II. west of the court ltt.uso ccry" ing and in tho afternoon n,nq Shanks. to which everybody is cordial NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. ed to attend as this will be thi Ellsha F. Parker, aged 70 and a est meting the Advcr.tists hayej piominent citizen of Pulaski, is dead. held in KentucKy. Mr. Harm. Andy Cohon, colored, of Danville, and lamily. of this city Aw i :y his wife, the Conference. was stabbed to I Emma Cohen, in Louisville. A Good Record. ..NSKtSS?"! Milwaukee will endeavor to obtain the Democratic National Convention Mr. John tl. Ranc'y, Vho med yaaryc-ld .. i.uuiiii-ni.-injmyj, 1 thi week from m..un(nin cdunties which had not leportod from Saturday' pritnnrychahged only oneracc nmong The slender lead of JrtmTs P. Edwards, of Louisville, .was- wiped out by Judge Black, of Barbourvillo, and tho mountain mnn, according to present figures, hns n lead in hi race for tho Dem- Additional retjrnr received enrly 41,-lGi- for nnothcr tract of aliout the twie-fJncreage unimproved exoent foi in'7.':, large stock barn. An offer f o&'the wnoie-no- t exceeding tne nvorrnfe er'V?.1 the two Jnd Mr. Dirk w'nHrew tfw ', farm.not cpring to let It go al trit ngure. ine livestock sold ns- follovW: a pair of aged mules to B. W. Leigh for $110: eight-ye- n stnll'on to J. D. Whithouse fo- - SIC; four-year--, old jack to John F. Oatts & Co., ef Wayne county for S570 ; n small jack to C. M. Back for S200; an aged brood mnre to Shel Oatts of s Boyle for $18; eight porkers to R. L. Berry, near Huetonville nt 7.4fi . .. ..r. , ., . --i ... v :.. i.piiumirfii; 1 ') iceamg .steers, wcrgrwjhj., - til, nil, I,..-.T a- - ffT OK Ftnc, i ... w .w.iu, IfT 'l, - -- I. II . IV llltl,nn, nf I7A.ln. OC ,...,..(wukc. .., uuj;( tau s.ih.m:i..TTj. JtH ........ - n re ..lfo.N r. I 1, H'1.1. t,rttt'MFm these nvoraged nbout 000 pounds; av?'j r WHBH janrv steer to r.u Carpenter, of Hus- - s tonviiie at ?7.PI n hundred; four.' t"LilH short yenrlings to W. T. McGIrr. neawi Shelby City, at $7.80; six .ycarlinigZ ner.ers to mitt-lieTaylor, of 13oyle aBBaHBBBa jvj su.;i a nunnreii; Roy Spears o r tN r urnersvuie raid ?&4 lor n cow art! n cnit, and Coffey of Mo land paid 532 for a milk cow: o tho? ;.Ta5EffiMM cows and calves sold in the sri nrnnnrflnn fnfr 'T H . 17nn1I.l. Z"' itwTt rf'WiMtfrM ' r," . iaiivnie, crieo me sale in nis u captivating hnndsome nnd st' John Dinwiddle, of Moreland. set YPlKK(VaiHaa0 nppetizing sale lunch. A large crcfS was present nnd nil were well plea: and sntisfied thnt good prices ' f HLf it wJuimitSA inrm pioducts will be the rule fall. t7M a hfmdred.Tha . ! ilnmo Ittnfn tlntr .ipittirlrattr. fr 9 Tt ,fna in.-)-, mil. nffnrn.l Ate ,,a iat AffKA.I I.. 'l. . ..v., ..... 1vifvuru two tracts, n lflfi.nrrn tvllh and barn bcini? bid urt to S105'a"ff-... ... C7R onrn '.fk.. niv, ,,iii,- v,, in illlC)U3 U11VWU1.1 .-- Mui.oii nou L ri?':..l.TchY expMhirjfrJ i:iKiievi jjriniB"iy X3& i(imhiAiri m tjl - v, W Jf WhBKka yKwviEN '., .,:. :"" i ''Vj. tf j r . dc-.:!- other-fellow- ? .er'y.. -- ... , 1 t' m ar m 0 L. a ... BEO , Sin ... 7, ".",:'..: '. ...:!' r,,li iu -- 11 ' I and-li'.lo- t , u, hixtoen-'yoar-ol- mB - home-grow- rioyi;-county- t4 - - -' back-pain- s, n.i 1';, W I y K t j. ' i"ijtiWift itMnr.iz. V'? -- JfcJ .?.lil t i.';biKTi - oT. y aafWj. E31aCiref4k t i oRfi 'IWPTCTM EZ5SST53 -- r"'T .. , -- .' .ffvnp BSI 191 5. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. m i Friday, August 13, Are You Acquainted :W1TH THE OFFICERS OF THIS BANK? 7 9uJL Are they acquainted witn your financial resources? ... V 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- - :t t V Ha Snowball' Chance. Latt F. McLaughlin, of Madison-villwho was defeated for the Republican nomination, has written a "pleasant Httl note" to E. P. Morrow, the successful aspirant of the party. He calls his note n "letter of condolence" and "nn expression sympathy for the of his heart-fel- t Republican nominee for Governor." He tells Mr. Morrow he will have to 'spend sonic of his time and menns lit a doomed campaign, ns he hits no more chance to win than a snowball has to live in hades. "You committed suicide nt Lexington" he says, "and victory for the party was there assassinated. The trnn closed on us August 7, and the tieiid-fnwill get us on November 2 unless your soul awskens from selfihne.M and you have the magnaminity to withdiaw before the certificate of nomination is iued to vnn " c, ll Morrow DIVINE BELIEVED COL. LAPSE CERTAIN Louisville Man, Wclfht However, Gain Afler Taking Tanlae, The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE" Surplus $ 00, 00.00 Capital $ 00,000.00 $500,000.00 Resources J. B. Paxton, Shanks, Pres. V. H. V. M. Bright, Cash. J. V. Rochester, 1 1 1 V-Pre- s. A-Cash mett McCormack n bunch of stock ewes nt ?i5.50. J. A. Hammond bought of PARLOR GROVE. Km- - J i.1 r j made Kentucky a splendid official during his term ns State Treasurci is a real loss to the people tor and Munigeri and it WALTON S.UTLEY. who need honest, efficient service 1 00 A TEAR STRICTLY IN ADVANCE from their officials at Frankfort, that Mr. nnd Mrs. W. F. Sims. he retires to private life, instead of Uncle Sam Openi Public Landi. Miss Grace Walls, of Pleasant EKlirtJ at (Ac rrijfiY of fittntord ai tttomi receiving the promotion which his cUtt mail matttr Point is Uncle Sam 1ms recently made avail-nbl- e service, his democracy and his splen- Morgan. visiting her sister, Mrs. Alva did Kentucky manhood so well for homestead enuy what ' ofMr. Hays Perkins, of Greenwood, ficially known all conrnunicatioiii to The luttriot Aiitrtt as Jonrnal not 10 torn intliTidual eonstcttd spent Friday night with his sister, the Bell Fourche the Fourth Unit of Dowmar'i Touri, Niagara Falta and irrigation project nitb the pap'r. Mrs. Jnne Jonas. they trty be, No miller low lirpcrtant in South Dakota. From time to time nn.lcned anil mo&Tinniia communication, to California are- - already Mrs. Elmer Morris and daughter, three candi There ifocred. Tho name Ihe Interior Journal, ate a, an eTidenee of dates for county judge of Madison Margery, attended the singing nt for the past several years small of the render a watited Write Bowmnr's Tours, Versailles, areas have been ?pned to the pubpood faith and not for publication If yna to succeed Judge W. K. Shackelford, Clear Fork Sunday. lic in this section and already there Ky., for booklets containing details ham om?tblng you want to appear in 'lhe who was nominated for circuit judge Mr. Otis Eubanks has gone to New tour to Niagara Journil, jou muit ugn jour name Interior ii formed there n splendid agri of ideal JenSaturday. They are Judge Jack Castle, Ind., where he has to it. cultural community as a nucleus for Falls, Toronto, Buffalo nnd Detroit, The Interior Journal charpei for nings Greenleaf, Judge Henry Rice, (Water Glass.) starting Tuesday, Sept. 7. ret'luttttis of leipect and uardi ot a brother of J. S. and T. A. Rice, of Mr. Valentine Fagaly is visiting the development of the entire project The last Bow mar Tour to Califorthinls. The rMf u fue cnti a line. which will require several months to one of the The Interior Journal hai this city, and Joseph Boggs. Judge his son, Bruce Fagaly and family nt complete. The present opening is nia and the West will start nbout prmtioc rttaMithnv ntt in central race against Stanford. Eggs laid away fresh during the season when October 20. Descriptive booklet ready Kentulj and Till It glad to figure with Rice made an excellent years ago Mr. and Mrs. Thornberry, of Har- therefore generally regarded as of Sept. 1. and Judge Shackelford two anyone on any kind of printing. fering an excellertt opportunity for we would judge that lie would sell rison county, are visiting the latter's they are cheap will be in perfectly good condition the mnn who wishes to e.cic;se his DEMOCRATIC TICKET favorite in ttie race, which promises father, Mr. Wm. Bell. homestead right nnd still obtain a de- 'tate rf OiiA. ritr it Tit. i. Loea Ceitr. Mr. Tuscoe Sims is at home from to be a hot one. And this reminds us (teavj 4tr uatl Km Iraal. i. . r:.-r sirable and productive tract of land crtarr J. tl Ai months when treated vith Socf that Lincoln is not the only county Jenkins. lia of T 1. n.m i.ontr ard- during the within a few miles of towns where e la ta I Mr f T'l Mrs. David Walls is visiting relain the bunh whei 3 democrats hanker Vtatr afvreld. and that ffM arm n.ll l.v there are modern advantages, such be NE m'NIRCI i.f N1J Alt I r co or water glass. tives in Cacey county. of office. after the flesh-pot- s Easy to use and inexpensive. every ( Catarrh tpat iim.( tie rb Rev. Owens, of Maywood, spent a? schools, churches, stores, telephone urej ainl Ike Lr ft Hall t'atarrk urr service and good markets. Monday night with Mr. and Mrs. Jno. THANK J. CIILSrV. 10c a can. The crop returns on the Belle We ovei looked another newspaper Waddle and delivered an interest! Swoea tn Fourche project have been very good ree, tM fcfne itejaw f and t... iir.l! In 1"--air A man who will be aboard the boat sermon at the church. freeaitar th Governor A. O. Stanley. A. W. OLtKSo.S Seal. when she starts up Salt river with Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Baker spent and an encouraging feature of the Nwtary 1'ubUr. Lieut. Governor James D. Black. Dyche Sunday with Mr. ad Mrs. Lewis trend of its development is the inGaines, Cols. Walton and Itall'a Catena tale Sec. of State Barksdale Hamlett. crease in stock and the tendency to leu directly airfinCar ) Md andltl.tnl!ji. an) m. ur the aboard. He is Hon. Ed. L. Young, of McCreary. THE REXALL STORE STANTORD, KY. Auditor Robert L. Greene. fare of t&e vittena. send f t.tlminUli, exthe Madisonville Hustler, who was Mr. J. C. Hundley and family engage in hogs. Agricultural Logan. Attorney General M. M. perts have long pointed out the ad- P. J CHENEY A. CO. Tol.d" O. defeated for Commonwealth's Attor spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. Sherman Goodpaster. Treasurer Vantages an this project for hog S Id ty all rrntl,. ?V ney in his district. Ed is a splendid right. Supt. of Public Instruction V. 0. fellow in every way and if the voters and Mrs. Sam Take Hall I'aDiliy !'..! f'f cclljatkn. With recogMessrs, Lytton Webb and James raising and dairying. Gilbert. of his district knew him as we do, Hackworth have gone to West Vir- nized markets for merchantable proMat S. Cohen. they'd have elected him by a Com. of Agriculture million. employed. ducts and the facilities for producing Here's What You Want Clerk of Court of Appeals Rodman However, he'll make a jolly good ginia, where they will be is visiting alfalfa of a line the settlers Mrs. Leeman Singleton Keendni. Market Place AdTer-tis- e traveling companion 'for the other Mrs. Betsy Ann Singleton at Waynes- seem to have heeded this advice and The Bople' C A. HARDIN. for Circuit luigt What You Have to Sell their splendid results are now servpassengers and we wish 'em all bon burg. CommmwtaUh't itfornei E. V I't K"iEAR. O SEttLASt ing as an impetus for further proMARSHALL. Circuit Cfcrt voyage. a Misses Vesta Sims, Seima and Ktprtttntatire in LtfUlaturt W. O. OOOCH FOR SALE. Four ponies, broke Eubanks spent Saturday night gress along these lines. Persons who appreciate the desirability of engag- and ready to start to school. M. S. A scientist now explodes a theory with Mr. Ann Eliza Eubanks. At this season there are many G4-ing in alfalfa culture, hogs and dairy- Baaghman, Stanford. Mrs. Henderson Goff and daughyoung men, and we might just as well that has held long upon the superstiASK ABOUT THE RUBY BALL BEARING SEWING MACHINE, ter, spent Sunday with the family of ing can find nowhere in the West a say women too, who are thinking tions of the people, namely that in section which all offer better faciligood a GOOD DINNER. Get Robert Youce. TO BE GIVEN AWAY, AUGUST 2nd. SPECIAL PRICES seriously upon the line of work times of war boy babies were born ties for specializing along these lines dinner during the fair at W. R. Mr. which they are to take up for life. because of their need in the business Baptist Jarrett Johnson attended the of endeavor. Willie & Sons restaurant. It : association at Eubank Tues t PRODUCE. : t t t t : t This is a solemn season for any of war. The scientist in question says The Government announces that young person, and there should be that the real reason for this is that day. Lumber Co., of THE Wayne-bur- g Mr. and Mrs. John calLcd the land is free and can be obtained addle some surer manner of deciding the in times of war parents are apt to be only under the homestead law. Proall kintU of question than the haphazard, and their vitality is low; that on M. J. Morgan and wife and Mr. vision is made by the Reclamation Waynesburg, handles sindings, dressed lumber. Poplar $1.25 and Mrs. Saunders Sunday afternoon. style in which it is determined low vitality produces boy babies. t. passed a Service for supplying water at ac- and up. several young for many, the talents, inclinations, Great vitality is necereary when girl pleasant evening peoplehome and of Mr. tual cost to each settler given after at the capabilities and temperament of the babies are born. So much for the falouttwenty years' time he is FOR SALE 300 bushels. Harvest individual should be studied by par- lacy of popular belief, provided our and Mrs. Lewis McCreary one night right a nermiment water right. King teed wheat, $1..'i0 bushel, sack hist week. Those present were: Miss- a period scientist is himself correct. ents and guardians tnro-jgThat the better lands embraced free. 200 bushels Winter tuif oats. C3 l.CkklG UUIIU1I, 1.1.111 1 .Illicit, L.IU of years and after a conclusion is Dishon, Mr. and Hrs. Jesse McCreary, within the public domain are rapidly "u cents. J. Frank Smith, Stanford reached on their part, thought of the t. "Big Chief" Vansant of the Demo Messrs. Chester Gooch, Ranson Rob diminishing seems evident from a Phone 243. student should be cultivated toward a relative to this and particular objective without neces- cratic State Committees has called erts, John Waddle and Elvis Burton. statement made Albert V. Leonard, Misses Mae and Gertrude Hundley other districts by FOR RENT My home place, consarily allowing him to know what he them to meet at Loimville tomorrow Settlement Agent of the U. S. Reclais expected to be, until the time ap- to arrange for a platform convention. spent a pleasant afternoon with Miss mation Service at Chicago, who adds taining 20 acres, seven room house proaches for him to make his own As is right and proper, every arrang-me- Lula Bell, of King s Mountain. Sun that "the Belle Fourche projeat and large barn. Mrs. M. A. Gover, will be deferred to the wishes day week. Vrab Orchard, Ky. 5ctf. choice. We have had very little exMr. Harvey Hobson has come from should attract a desirable element perience in the rearing of children of Mr. Stanley, the party's nominee who realize the necessity of secur LOST. Dark grey coat at Crab and we possess no definite and un- for governor. He ought not to be em- Tennessee to spend the fall and win ing land as an economic permanen Orchard Springs. Has my name in questionable knowledge as to how barrassed In any way in the the cam- ter v;r his grandmother, Mrs. Nar- - cy." one of the inside pockets. Reward the. thing should be done, but we paign. We believe that no man who cissa Hamic. Mesdames Ella Bennett and Katie if returned to me. W. S. Drye, have our ideas, and we give them for opposed him for the nomination will sheriff's office. what they are worth. Everybody has be so resentful or discouiteous. or Morris atended the Baptist Associa Kentucky Fair Dates. tion at Eubank Wednesday. passed along much the same path in unmindful of the success of the The following are the dates fixed Misses Vesta Sims. Rachel Jones. FOR RENT. My home, corner the rearing as to certain essentials, of Sclma and Zena Eubanks and Mr. 1915, as far as reported. Officersany Logan avenue and Lancaster street. "and some information is gained by fairs are requested to report Alonzo Saunders spent Sunday afterNice cottage of five roome; large observation. But one thing is true omissions or corrections of dates: Judge J. M. Benton, who was deyard and garden. Possession Sept. and will remain true through all the feated for the democratic nomina- noon with Mr. Ira Braswell and sisStanford K. of P. Auc IS 3 dayt. 1. Mrs. Laura Hundley, Stanford. eternal ages. It was true a century tion for circuit judge in the Rich- ter. Miss Maisie. 4 days. Shepherdsville, Aug 17 f.5-tMisses Lissa Padgett and Maude Ky. f ago and will be just as true a hun- mond district, has ismied a salty Lawrenceburg, Aug. 17 I days. McCreary spent Sunday with Misses dred years hence, no matter what the card, in which among other things Gertrude and Mae Hundley. Aug. 17 4 days. Columbia, 'change In customs or progress of the he says his defeat was accomplished Eminence, Aug. 19 3 days. The Credit Men's Association, of Quite times. And it is, the truly efficient by fraud and corruption. After giv- spent at an enjoyable evening was Ewing, Aug. 19 3 days. Stanford, will meet tonight in Judge Mr. Waddle's home last and faithful man is always in demand ing the republicans all the campaign Tuesday evening. Singing and games London, Aug. 24 4 days. Bailey's court room at 7:30. All merThere may be times of discourage- "thunder" he can, he wishes Judge made the time pass Elizabethtown, Aug. 24 3 days. chants and professional men cordialpleasantly. Those ment, when the flamboyant and the Shackelford, who sent him to the present Shelbyville, Aug. 24 4 days. ly invited to attend. E. J. Howen were: Misses Maude McGermantown, Aug. 25 4 days. florid, the bombastic and the bump- crass, all the success in office stine, Sec. It Creary, Grace Jeffries, Lulu Waddle, Florence, Aug. 2G 3 days. tious appear to advantage over the Lela Padgett, Mrs. Ed Surber and Alexandria, Aug, 31 5 days. Please Call and Pay Your Account. You will honest worker, but the other's time DR. J. G. CARPENTER Office Messrs. Van Singleton, Ransom RobSomerset, Aug. 31 4 days. will come and he will thank his stars in Lmcoin Ccuuty erts, Crayton Robinson, Lloyd Rob.itionni nun "The Democratic ticket as nomi Grayson, Sept. 1 4 days. that he had the grit to stick to the job feel Better and I Know I Will. Building Eye, nose, throat, car, Gen-eterts, Amos Turner and Mans Barboursville, Sept. 1 3 days. until he made himself efficient in nated as a whole is not onlv sunerior urinary, rectal, pelvic diseases, Hodgenville. Sept. 7 3 days. to the Republicim ticket, but to many the vocation he chose. urgcry, consultations. Eys skillfully tickets that have been elected," says Henderson, Sept. 7 G days. : : T. D. NEWLAND, glasses scientifically prescib-ed- . STANFORD, KY Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, tested, the Lexington Herald. Thinking this SOLDIERS IN EUROPE Sept. 13 C days. The papers say that Tom Rbea way, it is to be hoped that the Herald Owensboro, Sept. 21 5 days. called upon Bob Greene in person wm give the splendid ticket its A. S. PRICE DENTIST Horfce Cave. Sent. 22 4 tin vs. BECOME SICK WITH and congratulated him upon defeat- hearty and unqualified support. Pennyroyal-HopkinsvillSept 27 ing him for the democratic nominaHoura, B To 4 o'clock C day?. tion for Auditor In the recent priMorgan'i Men'i Meeting. 29--- 4 GET READY FOR KIDNEY DISEASES Glasgow 'ept. days. FAIRS Drug Store Office Over Shugar' mary. Mr. Rhea declared that there Adairville, Sept. 303 days. Hon. Horace M. Taylor, secreta are no sore spots on him and that he days. Cave City, Oct. FOR RENT. The James Pepples will take off his coat to work for the ry of the Morgan's ilen Association farm containing 114 acres for year success of the ticket. There's the has announced that the Morgans Doan't Kidoty Pill Are Being Supplied You will need Shirts, Collars, Ties and perhaps 1910, two miles from Stanford. Good prdper spirit for you, and the spirit Men reunion would be held at Olym Free to The Suffering Men. HARRY JACOBS house and outbuildings. Terms cash which every democrat In the state pian Springs, August 31st, Septemin advance, or bankable note. who happened not to "ride the win- ber 1 and 2. He also announced that a Palm Beach Suit We have them. Manufacturers and Dealers in Miss Annie Pepples, Walton, ners" should emulate. There never the rates at the hotel would be $2 Any of Our Readers Can Try Tbii Fa05-- 1 a day. Special summer rates will Ky. Box 182. has been a flaw mi Tom Rhea's demHigh - Class Monuments. mous Remedy Without Expense. ocracy and never will be. He has be quoted on the railroads. Original Deiiena and Prompt Service Just Send For a Trial Box. HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE. Guaranteed Quality Connection! House nnd lot of one acre of land, at all Granite and Marble Quarriea. Hardships and exposure in the cold, Office and Work on Cemetery Hill house contains four rooms and a kitwet trenches is crippling thousands of Cloied on Saturday phone 164 chen, hen house; smoke g house and Crab Orchard Kentucky wawarring European soldiers with kidney STANFORD coal house; well of never-failinKENTUCKY t i troubles and rheumatism. ter, near the. Hanging Fork bridge on the.Hustonvilie and Stnnford pike, The foreign offices of Doan's Kidney Pills are doing a good deed in irivintr convenient to schools, church and deAll persons having tickets which entitle them to a pot. For terms apply to George W. this famous remedy free to every sold- - ' C. L. Beazley & Co., ier who wants a box. Craig, McKinney, Ky. on the number of days it will take "Keep Sake gueis n . 64.2 Co. of Buffalo, N. Y., Albert Glvena. makers of Doan's, state that they will Your Property in the 2nd'' to eat the Saltine in W. H. Higgins' Show be glad to send a trial of their medicine W. C. Cundiff. Dink Wilkinson. free to any reader of this paper who F. A. Land. Window, by eating one half pound every 30 days, win wruu mem lor u. Fire Insurance Co. THE LIBERTY LUMBER CO. Stanford Endoriert of Doan's will please turn therri in, and the one guessing the William Mershon, Lancaster Pike. of Hartford, Conn., Liberty, Kentucky, J. T. Sponamore, Whitley Ave. Manufacturera-o- f UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMER and Dealer in nearest correet number will be entitled to watch on. B. Holderman. with All kinds of rough and dressed lumJohn H. Wren. E. Main St. MiUIng, Ruqt. FuMi ber, moulding and casing of all kinds. UNDERTAKER AND EMIALMEI Furniture D. C. Dyehouse, Vhitley Ave. SALIN & SMITH, Agents ture ExchM;N fir all Klmta ceiling, flooring; and siding, all grades. John T. Harnett, Rowland. Mrs. J. M. Lunsford. R. D. F. 4. Of StMk. Send us your oruers ior mm stun Office Phone 117. Hame Phwii M Stanford, Kentucky nnil framing. Prices and grades II. D. Aldridge, E. Main St. ELUt-QRPHONE 41 STANFOJW. KY. KENTUCKY. Mrs. G. A. Cumden, Preachersville. .. towkUW The Interior Journal visit to her parents, Mr. and Mr.. Lewis MeCrcary. Mrs. A. B. Wylio has almost leeov- ercd from her recent ill nous. Mrs. Ebright has returned to her home nt Science Hill after an extended viit to her daughter, Mrs J. C. Hundley. Miss Anna Padgett of Wayivesbuig spent Sunday at the home of M. J. Morgan. Mr. Robert Hell and family, of Cynthiana, motored down and spent a week with his father, Wm. Bell, Sr., and brothers. Minter, of thU place and Willie ,qf King's Mountain. Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Reynolds and baby, of Waynesburg, are visiting Mr. Mary Wanton, of Richn'.son, has returned home nfter n pleasant Louisville, Ky., August 12. C. D. Divine, one of the best nnd most favorably known men in Louisville, who is bookkeeper for the Falls City Clothing Company, recently had these worth to sny about Tanlae, the piemier preparation t "It wns my misfortune to be afflicted with nn aggravated case of stomach trouble nn.T n highly nervous condition for several years. Gas would accumulate in my stomach, cMislng me groat pain. Thee attacks followed one another in such rapid succession that my entire sytcm weakened and made me susceptible to cough and cou.. "At one time I foard I was in danger of a complete nervous breakdown. In fact, I was told that the breakdown was Inevitable. I had n tiled, worn-ou- t feeling, my sleep was fitful, I was lacking in energy, an had no appetite. I was depresed in spirits and devoid of ambition. "I suffcied for two year, tie stomach trouble refusing to yuid to the treatment of the best physiiiam in Louisville. My nerves were shattered. I felt a though my case was hopeless. "Since using Tanlae, I feel like a tlifferent man. I have gained in weight, I Aleep better, my appetite has returned and I am filled with vigor and ambition. The tired feeling has vanished completely." Tnnlac, the nemier preparntio l sold in Stanford by Pup iv's I'rug iVistore. he-ca1 -l O'BRYAN OVERALLS H8i I 0' BRYAN BROS. THE MOST POPULALR OF ALL BY GARMENT WORN LABORING PEOPLE ALL OVER THE NATION. THEY'RE A LITTLE NEATER AND STRONG. ER MADE, WEAR LONGER, AND A LITTLE MORE ROOM IN THEM THAN ANY OTHER OVERALL. WC CARRY. A BIO STOCK OP THEM CAN FIT ANY ONE FROM A FIVE YEAR OLD BOY TO A MAN'S FIFTY INCH WAIST. IF YOU BUY THE O'BRYAN YOU BUY THE BEST STRONGER MADEt BETTER SIIAPEDt MORE COMFORTABLE AND STAY WITH YOU LONGER WORK THE raciiiii ll NA5MVuLr.L wzm mm Wear the O'BRYAN M I WEST NA5MV1LLC vLi "llZr m McRoberts and Bailey cbitu-nrirf- t, socco. Winter C2-t- f. a- - JKp -- PENNY'S DRUG STORE, f. qu-.-.t- We Have The Goods And Make The Prices. See Us. Zc-n- tf --- .,' ON-AL- ill-fe- d, L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. 5S-S- h til-u- Go To Farris' For Your nt Garden Tools and Seeds.... Great Variety And Prices Right. Look! Look ! Look ! SAY! o, !C-3- m e, THE 40 Ad-the- W. E. PERKINS V Foster-Milbur- INSURE J. MTlary J. Old Connecticut i citjij it ii' guar-nijtee- d. D, i . -- v. ij i J !&. '''tauydMtecav, Sar-r-- '.. r )lPr-'HI- I 'ill'' ' aaeasv fe. -- - TijatWMaawWW wwnmwnn JMwMgegahlMUIiaiMH i . ' t- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, August Arrltat. at Crab Orchard Springs. Following nro the nrrlvnl nt Crnb Orchard Spring, ginco our last Imuc: J. Arthur Lowry, Cincinrxiti ; Mr. nml Mr. J. II. Mnrr, Mlllcmliurg, Ky. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lctton Viscount, 0. II. Courtney and wife, Dora K. Hnmllton, Mr. ( C. Hum-llto(icorgctown; Vernon Lear nnd wife, Kirhmond, Minn Lcona Lctton, 13, 1915. 2t Vrr Mlllerliirg; J. wife, Lexington; Hugh M. Tnrking-ton- , Danville; Agnes M. Jones, John 0. Mi (t raw, Ciiuinnnti; W. M. Nenl, Georgetown; K. II. Current, Lexiimlon; V. M. Nenl nnd wife, Lexington; Mr. W. I). Dart, Lexington; Mr nnd Mrs. C. L. .Mr. Wheeler, Lexington; Mr. sr-Warren Wlwier nnd wife, Loxing ton; (5. C. Walker, Lancaster; J. L. 0111. Ixnoiiter; J. P. I'rirc, Lnncna. tor; Mr and Mr. Black, Frankfort; Lou-Uvill- Knrloy M. Ilcrry, Lvxlngtnn; J. I'. McClurc, Jr., Luxinglnn; Mr. nml Mm. Mnrchnll, Shulliyvllle; ('. S. Slieplcy, Lexington; Mr. S. Woottcn IllnmnouHj .Mr. I', M. Ilnhli, Luxlng-toK. ('. Osliorno, Lexington; Mrs. .1. A. Roberta, Nicltolnnville; John SI. McKolx-rU- , W. 0. I.nncn.tcrj King, (J. II. vecch nnd wife, Louisville; (', W. Humphrey nnd dnivhter, llnnlfttnwn; Mr. nnd Mrn. J. W. Ilngin, Covington; Mim Mis Mnrgnrvt Shanks, Stanford; (!. (5. Rutherford, Owcimlioro; Mrs. T. I;. Cnmpbcll, Lexington; Minn Ijiuni Cnmpbcll, Lexington; J K. Itlttrill, Lexington; Mias StotUi, HnrrniMmrg; Miss Jennie M. Miller, Mt. Vernon, Sir. 0. Everxolc, London; Mr. G. L. Slnhnn, London; Mrs. Jett, Mt. Vernon; II. W. Miller, Mt. Vernon; P. Wilkcrvon, Lexington; C. W. I'nrlcy, LcxinKton; Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Klkin, r; LiincnMer; I). V. Mc. Elliott, ('. Wnlton. Htnnford; C. M. Miller, Augusta, (in.; Clay Hcrndon, Georgetown; V. J. SiMemnnt and wife, Lexington; A. I). Wnlkir nnd n; Un-cante- Mrs. Mnttit- - Joncn, Mnrtlin (' JoriM; Millcrst-litirY. KoliiiiFon, Lancnutcr; g; At Stanford, Ky. AUGUST 18, 19, 20, 1915 $500 SADDLE STAKE $100 COLT STAKE $250 HARNESS STAKE town; J. C. Mi'Miilnn, Loumulle, L. C. llnml, Louisville; L. I). Mi Michael mill wife, Lutiioville; Horace Ilutton nnd wife. II. It. Myers, Myers, Carlisle, Ruth Myers, CarlijJe; Mrs. Hall and on, Hum Dudley I Ir. nnd Mrs. L. Dnwden, George- Liberal Premiums In All Rings Floral Hall for the Ladies. Beautiful Shady Grounds Cnrllsle; Mm. R. II. Myers, Carlisle; I'erkms, lancnster; .1. C. Lewi. Lanoater; J. N. Cullville nnd wife, MaikMlle; O. A Kay and wife, Mackvillo; A W Hryas, Lexington; Mrs. .1. V Wilson Kerry, Lexington; Wm Pant. rieminglurg; Miss Carrie Miller Shaikelfc.nl. J. V. Rochester, Stanford; Mrs. Mary N Iledford, Noith S. Kenton Vnught, Wimlw. tur; J. E. Jordan, Stanford; S W I'owell, Stanford; Miss Nancy Walker, Lancaster; Eilna Knvunuugh, D. A Thomas, Lnncatcr; Mm. Florence Turner. Owenshoro; Misa L. O'llryan. Owensboro, W A. Colston, Louisville; Miss M. Noland, Richmond; Mrs. Snllie Corniclson, Richmond; Mr. Harry Greiler, Kansas City; Letnn Y. Rustll, Ontario, Cnl; J, I'. Cram, Jackson; Dr. II. L. Casey, Danulle; II. E. Helleliurg, Dnnville; Allen Harnett, Rockland, Ky.; C. Harnett, Rockland; V. H. Ihirtnn, Uincaster; J. W. Phillips and son, Lebanon, Ky. Stanford; Huh-muml; E. C. Walton, Sec. NOTICE Or ELECTION. Regular term Lincoln county court held July 12th, lUlfi, Hon. C. II. Poster Judge presiding. It appearing that a petition signed by more than one hundred nnd fifty legal voters, who are free holders of Lincoln county, was filed in the office of the clerk of the Lincoln county court, nnd with the judge thereof, on the 12th day of July 1115, for the purpose of submitting to the legal voters of said county the question of whether the Fiscal court of said county, shall issue and sell the bonds of said county in an amount not to exceed one hundred and thirty thousand dollars, ($130,000), said bonds to be sold anil the proceeds arising therefrom to be used in building, constructing nnd reconstructing pike, roads nnd bridges in Lincoln county, and through territory hereinafter designated by the Fiscal court, and the court being sufficiently advised, now orders that said election be held at the time and for the purpose stated in said petition, and that Jas. G. Sheriff of Lincoln Weatherford, county, be nnd he is hereby directed to cnuse a poll to be opened and nn election to be held in the county of Lincoln on the 18th day of September, 1915. And he will cnusc the polls to be opened in each nnd nil of the voting precincts in said county: and he is directed to advertise said election and the object thereof at least 30 days next before the day thereof in ome newspaper hating the largest circulation in the county, also by printed hand bills. posted up at not ; than fuur puniie places, in eacn oting precinct in the county and at the lourt house door. All lecal voters 'of said icuntv hall be privileged to 'vote at said election. It."--- S. T. Harris, Pres. L T V' Oil, Oil, Attention Farmers. save vou n,o,,cy' cn" f'" your . na'rrei, or m you n No. 1, I mi I el with faucet, TiU gallon capacity, at a low figure, ami fill same with the best oil nt low prices, saving you from $1 to $2. If you cannot make nrrnngemonts through your merchnnt, call or phone SUindnrd Oil Agent. J. W. SWEEN30 EY, Lancaster, Ky. Phono lf.2. "(! te Down Town During Fair STANFORD ONE WEEK OF JOY COMMENCING Monday, August 16 RAIN OR SHINE Lot, Main Show Grounds--'Elmor- e 15 and 25c. One Lady Free St. With Each 35c Ticket. wiCWAIUUfflliTA WH OlDEST.BtGGEST.BEST EQUIPPED AND MOST FAVORABLY KNOWN PIli BP I Jmrn ISHOWCFITSKINDINAMERICA ri. i. tfmiTrr -- - . .. - st r vv. "v . ' , .. v VJF r.v.' .- B?3& 'MX .rli'Jrfs' V tliy irt&J rTw- - aiwiM .."ir'"",, & F ax ' --- x. .7.i-- rX-tWC-- A v s .j . , m m .iVf-UoiU7- ., SALE OF PERSONALTY. $30,000 Each Minute War's Co.t. The first year of the war has cost 14, 1915, beOn Saturday, the belligerent Governments about ginning at 10 A.Aueuiton the Hudson M., $10,500,000,000 in direct expendi- & Burton farm (Bennett Cloyd tures for military purposes. .Experts place), two miles east of Hustonville agree fairly well on these figures. and one and one-hamiles west of The Rerlin Vorwaerts finds the to- McKinney, I will sell publicly the foltal $lC,07ii,130,000; the French ec- lowing property belonging to Hudson Thery, $17,400,-000,00- & Burton: onomist, Edmond and the statistician, Wil25 yearling steers. liam Michaclls, of Berlin $15,240,-000,0023 yearling heifers. This is the expenses of put3 milk cows. ting about 9,000,000 men into the 3 sucking calves. field for the Central Powers, and hogs. 3G d about 13,000,000 for the allies. It 425 bushels wheat. does not include, however, the far 100 barrels selected white corn in greater amount lost through the crib. destruction of toMs nnd villages, 7 stacks of good timothy hay. the ravaging of the countryside, the 50 bushels of orchard grass. wrecking of brides and railroads and 1 Deering binder, good as new. the wholesale sinking of ships, and 1 Superior wheat drill, 8 disc, good the economic loss through the di- condition. minution in productive industry', the At same time about 185 acres of killing of the strongest men in the grazing land will be rented. community and the creation of a Will be announced on TERMS. class of cripples and madmen. The day of sale. war is now costing about $45,000,-00- 0 MRS. DEBIE HUDSON. Agent a day, $2,000,000 and hqur and P I' Attest G B. COOPER, Clerk $30,000 a minute. The cost is mountNice Farm For Sale Privately. ing steadily. of Lincoln county court. I desire to sell privately my farm I'm .uunt to the above order of the of 25 acres, known as the Obe AnThe I. J. is the farmers' paper of derson place, located in sight of Lincoln County Court, an election will be held in Lincoln county, at all Central Kentucky. Twice a week for and impioved with a the r.ting precincts thereof, on Sat- only $1 a year. Subscribe now. house and good big stock or September 18, 191fi, between urday, tobacco barn, cribs, hen houses and good pair stock scales on pike. Land the hours of f A. M and t P. M., TO THE PUBLIC. is in good state of cultivation, most and all legal voters of said Lincoln I represent the largest and best all in grass now. Well nnd cistern county will be permitted to vote at clothing house in this in yard. A bargain r sold at once said election, ami at which election Ed y. Price & Co., Chicago xer'm to suit purchaser. Granville the following question will be sub country experience 111. My in measuring nnd Lutes, Stanford, R. F. D. No. 5. mitted: "Are you in favor of issuing directing the matting of your clothes,, purpose $130,000 in bonds for the me the advantage over one who Small Farm for Sale. of building roads nnd bridges?" Witness my hand as sheriff this the 10 is not a practical tailor. If you will Contains 100 acres, three miles I day of August, 1915. J. G. WEATH- give me your order You will promise east of Wayncsburg. No residence will get the ERFORD, Sheriff of Lincoln county. you a square deal. l,,ut has good barn and other worth of your money, either in the.!0" grades or the higher priced. outbuildings. Good orchard and well cheapest 25 acres in cultivation. My SPRING and SUMMER line of watered. NOTICE TO samples are now ready for your in For further particulars call on or ad spection. Call and let me show you. dress J. W. Smith, Wayncsburg, Ky., CONTRACTORS H. C. RUPLEY, the Practical Tailot R. F. D., No. 1., C. M. Long. The undersigned committee of the Lincoln County Fiscal Court, will receive sealed bids for the erection of on the and a ware-hous- e lot belonging to the county on Depot Street in Stanford, as per plans and specifications now on file in the office of the County Attorney, exclusive of has been the foundation, (which completed), until 5 o'clock P. M., Augu.t 20. All bids must be sealed and marked "sealed bids." The committee reserves the right to reject any nnd nil bids. The successful bidder must be prepared to give bond with approved security for the faithful petformance f this contrnct. W. M. Fields, lf 0; 0. 200-pune, , made-to-order work-hous- gbejgggggm V Dakota Jack's have made his name famous all over the United Statea and Canada. Composed of Rood, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. Pursley's Indian Herbs 5 Days' Treatment. Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment Dakota Jack's Creme Soap, Price 10c, 3 bars ) INDIAN REMEDIES SI 00 25c 25e 9 DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy ORIGINATOR All. Dakota ON SALE AT Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. OF PURSLEY'S INDIAN HERDS Jack. Home Address: Atlanta, Ga. six-roo- m A Car of Lehigh Jusf Arrived We 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 3 fineness that it makes the strongest concrete. T LLnUjilCEMENT I Try The Dain Sweep Rake For Handling Hay Easy. Can Move Without Loading on Wagon. has been used on many of the largest municipal and paving contracts throGghout 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 J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. g " V. CT r . J. L. McKee W. S. Burch. Ritre, NN'STXTT ' !.dS WMP-f- 04-- Committed Tor Sale r4 rf IV V.ihVaWilfllirrJ--"JW"l,e,5a2S- m fifn Desirable Town Property In Huitonville. E.T. PENCE, Stanford, Ky. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION BIGGEST RAIN-PROO- AND WIND.RESISTING TENT A KANT LEAK. ENOUGH SEATS FOR WHOLE TOWN EXTRAORDINARY FEATURES SEASON 1915 Ureat Western Quarictto: Oh, My Golly Comedian; Hunter & Gib- lo n, singers, mincers una rruicuu nru&is, nenry tiusuuum, vuuu Shouter und Dancer; Musicul uru -- In fuct moie star features than ever. Monday Night, the Excellent Southern Comedy Drama "Bell Of The Mountain Trail." AS USUAL A Dramatization FR IDAY (SOCIETY) NIGHT "THELMA." of Marie Corelli's Be.t Novel. IN FRONT OF THE TENT AT 7il5 P. M., MONDAY, CAPT. "BERTC. HEDDEN WILL SING WITH THE BAND This property consists of ono aero of land, with good house of seven rooms, nice shade trees, a few fruit trees und grapevines, on a nice quite street within a few hundred feet of one of the best graded schools in Central Kentucky, in ono of tho best towns in Kentucky. This place has an extra largo cistern that will supply uny family in the dryest senson. If not sold privately before September Oth, will offer it at Public Auction on that day together with household goods and other things. MRS. JAS. P. GOODS, Huitonville, or GEO. C. GOODE, Covington, Ky. P. S. Any one having claims aguiiibt the estate of Jas. P. Goode will present same, properly proven to the undersigned withn 30 iTays. Geo. C. Goode. CINCINNATI ROUND TRIP Sunday, august MP isth. RETURN falik arritr a Visit $1.50 101 FROM JUNCTION CITY wEl tfli rn Don't miss the wonderful opportunity for educational and pleasure travel afforded by the Panama-Pacifi- c Panama-Californi- Exposition Exposition San Francisco a SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY Si35 A. M. Ask Ticket Agent for Particular San Diego Tickets are on sale every day at Very Low Excursion Fares via CpUTHEKN RAILWAY COtf. II. G. KING, IWr and Ticket AiJent The I. J. is the farmers' paper of Central Kentucky. Twice u week for only $1 a year. Subscribe now, East Main St., Lexington, Ky. For full information, tee Ticket Agent, Southern Railway br write B. H. Todd, Distilct Passen-ge- r Agent, Southern Railway Louisville, Ky, x W. fi. .. i . SV.fc rSJa V- - -4, 1... f, .. I,. .x .;. ..V J f ' aiifikiJEmsJ J1 l4l ;,'.. -- ., ive sp re .'i IMr.Br ffW K X, The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, August 13, 1915. 1016 c I, WSI I 655 V I VCliA, Jfl O i Including Electric V high-tensio- Starter and Electric Lights 1 I 11 HH II ' p. : J xx The Winder Car"3 m3 All Low "First-Cos-t" 5-passenger 50-mile-an-hour-car, Records Broken m I H enclosed fly-whe- el Unit Power Plant with and clutch. I I records The new 1916 Maxwell shatters all low "first-cost- " for a real automobile. Think of it a full car an absolutely complete car, with electric starter, electric n lights, magneto, and every refinement a luxurious car- - a beautiful car a powerful real economy car for $655 yet a light-weig- ht I Speedometer, fine box, ignition, Iights,bnttery regulator.all mounted flush on instrument board. AH Low "After-Cos- t" Records Broken 5: The "first cost" of an automobile is a big consideration to any sane man, but the "after cost" is an even bigger consideration to any man who wants to remain sane in his automobile investment. The "after cost" or upkeep is what a car costs you to maintain, run, and enjoy, after you have bought it, and it is mighty hard to enjoy an automobile if it costs you too much to run. The Maxwell has lowered all economy records for: ' 1st Miles per set of tires 2nd Miles per gallon of gasoline 3rd Miles per quart of lubricating oil ear-orepair bills 4 th Lowest year-in-and- -y ut Demountable Rims are regular equipment of the 1916 Maxwell. Note the compact arrangement of spare tire carrier, tail light and license bracket. 1916 Maxwell High-tension High-Priced-C- ar Features, aH included for $655 Heat-treate- Electric Starter and Electric Lights Demountable Rims Magneto "One-man- " Mohair Top Design New Stream-linDouble Ventilating Windshield, (clear vision and e rain-proof) Oil Gauge Automatic Tell-tal- e Tested Steel Throughout Ensy Riding and Marvelous Flexibility Aluminum Transmission Housing Unusual power on hills and in sand Handsome Rounded Radiator and Hood Robe Rail with backof front seat leather covered Ability to hold the road at highspeed and floor- - Improved Instrument Board with all LLirleum covered running-board- s instruments set flush boards Electric Horn Wider Front and Rear Seats PRICE F. O. B. DETROIT fcSJMaufciTfeyfrttKtiWawy rH Every feature and every refinement of cars that sell at twice its price Ride in it give it every test you can think of. Telephone or write for a free demonstratioa Come in and see the 1916 "Wonder Car." J , Built complete by the three gigantic Maxwell Factorie at Detroit, Dayton, and Newcaitle H. C. CARPENTER Agent Stanford, Ky. Lincoln County Bank Bldff. Station giving Maxwell service Great Maxwell Service. 54 DUtrict Office -- Orar 2,500 Dealer-- 11 1G t'-- - Front view showing the handsome bm of the new radiator and hood. Perfect-fi- t tinsr. "one-man- " top; quick adjustable storm curtains, roiled up inside or top. mohair fl X 1 . TildMS,MMfrafrUtM-d0mtlijga- IJ jk t&A : , BWfiLZ SSSSSSESSSSSSi i&ji AfrA aliiiWWWMWWW'WaM.MMiiiiMWIiaaaaaaaaaM lfai!la.MijiL,AAJlf j The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, August 13, 1915. Cooling Wash Stops That Itch Come and do your Banking Business with us, and we will show you Tea nat In half an hour not In (rouble. TT can Rive you a Rood air ten minute but In 6 etvnda. (rial bottle of the Kenulne D. D, V. Juit n few drops of that mild, noath-In- r, Preicrlptlon for on IS cent. coolln wash, tho 1). I). D. PreDon't fall to try this famous remedy emption, tho ramotia curs for Kczema, nnd the Itch la rone. Your btirnlnirakln for any kind of aummtr akin trouble, wo know P, V. D. milt give you Inatant If Inatantly relieved end you have protection from all aummer akin relief NEW STANFORD DRUG COMPANY, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. '' Jones, of the Hubble section, has taken rooms in the home tor Thursday. that our methods are up Richmond, of Mr. II. M. Noe. Mr. .In'oph Hogg, of i Rev. IJ. C. Horton, ntor of the the Kuoat of .Mm. It. I!. Hrueo. to date in every respect, Mr. and .Mr. Jamos Turner wont Metliodlit church nt Richmond, ha to Richmond yesterday. jbcen in thi county doing some mf- and that the officers are MarslMll Stono, of till city, ha liouary work around hi old homo In a Kood position In the Catllllae Au- - the rreacheraviiie section. tomohile Work at Detroit, competent, polite and Mr. W. R. Todd lias returned from Mrt. Siufloy Entertains Rook Club. Nnahville, where ahe spent soveral obliging. On Thurwlay afternoon Mr. Shel- week with lur mother. Mr. Mnliuda Stone ha been con- ton M. Saufley in n moat charming fined to her room for several day manner entertained the liljt Rook Capital and Surplus Club. Large vases of xladiola were on account of illnoa. J. C. Hammond, (f Collin county, artistically arranged in the different Toxaa, ia with hi brother, J. A. rooms. After the guests had aseem-- 1 $78,500. bled and spent a short time in social Hammond, in the Wot End. Dr. and Mm. J. A. Trostle are chat the place card were drawn. Af- licndlnaT the day with Mra. Mnttitie the irueata had succeeded in finding On account of ill health I have decided to sell my farm of 375 acres, d their tables, dilicHvis fruit tea and I iGover at Crab Orclmrd. on the Stanford and Hustonville pike, 3 miles from Stanford, and Mian Jo'ephine Ilmzley went to a enlad course were served after quit business for a while. The farm is one of the very best in the counbrick cream, cakes and Ashland today to viait ,ier aunt, Mr. which ty and is In a high state of cultivation. It is really three farms in one and mints. Those present were: .Mrs. E. Will Hybee. will be first offered separately and then as a whole and the way bringing Stanford, Ky. Mrs. Annie Engleman, I Mr. and Mra. J. 11. McDonald, of P. Woods, the greatest amount will be nccepted. Each of the three farms has on it Tarn mi, Fin., arc the guest of S, L. .ir. isettie Kuan, Mi. Jas. II. llniiRh-- , n dwelling and good outhouses, cisterns, etc. One contains 83 acres, man, Mr. T. J. Hill, Jr., Mm. J. G. ' lltirilette and family. another 112 and the third ISO acres. These farms are too well known Carpenter, Mrs. J. C. McCIary, Mrs. MiM Annie Dunn, of to make further description necessary. Suffice it to say the three farms is the cues! of her sister, Mrs. Dan E. C. Walton, .Mr. W. H. Shank,1 make one of the very best and most desirable farms In Central Kentucky. Mrs. J. IJ. Paxton, Jlrs. (S. G. Perry, Trnylor. The land Inys well and ia fertile and yields well. Mr. (5. R. Cooper went up to Mrs. W. A. Tribble, .Mrs. T. A. Rice, Ciali Orchard Sprint today to re- Mrs. James Woeds, Mr. J. S. Rice, The farm or farms will be sotd TUESDAY, AUGUST 31st, 1915, Mrs. Robert Uruce, Mrs. H. J. main over until Monday. cash and the balance to suit purchaser or purchasers. for Mrs. Will Severance, Mrs. Mil Roxie Stanafur, of McKin-ney- , ' At the same time I will sell all of my crops, feej, etc. This includes G. IJ. Cooper, Mrs. J. B. Paxton, Mrs. and Miss LuIh Caddell, of t,,i,le ' nB the Per- a lot of registered saddle mares, brood mares, '; Personal and Social saddle stalhave been miuts of the It. C. Hockor, Mr- -. V. B. McKinney. rjvuie lair. s lion, registered, geldings and other horse stock. A lot of catMi8 Esther Uurch, Miss Mary Hig-- 1 f Miwes Lee. M. Johnston, of Louis- Mm tle, including milk oows, calves, steers and hogs, TT. J. M. Owsley anc John H. Dodd, gins, Mi.s Mary Uurch, Miss Xancy t Julian Riffe, of Huatonvill, w ville, is the guest of Mrs. J. F. Cover, of Rnnchdale, Ind., former resident r 85 sheep, six mules, coits, olds and work mules. Two good jacks l eager, .Miss busan fisher Woods, here Wedneaday. and one jennet. About 90 acres of corn, 300 bushels of wheat, 600 bales Dr. and Mrs. Dunlett Ramsey nie of this section of Kentucky, are the Miss Jennie Warren, Mrs. Joseph 1). S. llolman I at DrodheHil tbia down from Uoggs, of Richmond, Mrs. It. A. of hay. Will also sell all of my Farming Implements and Household and I'nint Lick with thoir Kuoats of Dr. A. S. Price. week taking in the fair. Slaughter, Mr. John Bright. Kitchen Furniture, of Little Rock, Ark., and Miss The Richmond Resistor says that Mrs. Lolin II. Cooke it the guest an Emma Hays. Mr, k. A. Cnrtwright wont to Rev. A. J. Tribble, of Madi-oTerras on the personalty will be made known on day of sale. of Mr. Charle Bohon at Lebanon. Bowling Green Thursday to vi.it uncle of A. T. Xunnelley, celebrated his SOth birthday yesterday. I vinting rein- - Mrs. Land. Mm. Arch Green Sale begins at 10 a. m. sharp and the farm will be sold the first thing. Entertain, at Auction Bridge. Rev. J. Uvea In Ilen-- nml Pineville. Mr. Sophia Alcorn and Miss So- - retary of H. Hardy, financial secMiss Xancy Yeagr entertained at Transylvania University, Dinner on the grounds and everybody invited. trip phin Sounder nre sojourning at Lexington, was heie with Dr. D. M. Auction Bridge this morning at her J. C. Lynn mntle a buaine ICntli Orclutnl Springs. to Lebanon Thursday. home on Lancaster street m honor Walker today. Mrs. W. IE. Kiev, of Louisville, has T. D. English, Auctioneer, Assisted by John B. Mr. Omn Proctor ha been quite Mrs. D. M. Walker writes that she of Mrs. W. It. Rice, of Birchwood Yen-fo- r ill at hor home on Danville avenue heen the guest of Mrs. SuMin and the children will be home from Court, Louisville, and Mrs. Hugo 'ger this week. Dinwiddie. Remember the date, Tuesday, day, of Kansas City, Mo. The hou.--e Vnnculiuri; Tuesday and the doctor wns artistically deaorated with sumof N'ew Castle, Iiul., is all smiles. Mr. J. S. Rice apent Tuoaday nt1, Tom I,lu;k. guest August 31st, and come of hi parent, Mrs. James II. Hauchman came up mer flower and ferns. The guests Crab Orchard with Mrs. Iunnnn J?S heen the "r- - nni" "" C. M. Hack, near More- - from lloyle to atend the rook niirty prizes were silver spoons and three Holdnm. were by Mrs. Mra. It. II. Wllkinaon. of Lanea. '"".'J; , ,.. ,, , ... , day nftcrnoa. S. M. Saufley Thurs- prizesplayers awarded to the three ofthe morning. A most best Prof, and Mrs. Steuben Godbey, delicious salad couie was served at Mrs. Ilowman Owen-.- , who tm heen ,7". ;;.,' , uiuu i" iiuyiu vi; iM.iK'MiTyi of Moreland, have returned from a the conclusion of the games about ,V visit to .Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Kelsay at twelve o'clock. Those invited to meet Mrs. Rice and Mrs Bolin and to enIps Somerset. nun iivi. i inn iunj fiiiur'iiia Mra. Mrs. W. A. Yeaer and little joy the G.hospitality offered were: Rev. Alfred A. Iliemns, of Louis-vill- mother, J. W. McWhorter and her Perry Mrs. G. IJ. Cooper, Mrs. .Mary Mortin have both daughter. Anne Margaret, of Man- - .Mrs. G. ia here with hia parents, Mr. been ill at the former- - home in Caa-erinK. Tenn., are die guests of rela- Mrs. Annie Englcman, Mrs. T. J. nn.l Mr.. W. 11. IIIkkIii. ! Hill, Jr., Miss Susan Fisher Woods, Mra. Mattie Neviua and Mia Lil- now, but are ctaiaidcrnblc improved tives heie. i their friend ate glad to know. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller, of the Miss Esther Burch, Mr. J. S. Rice, i lian McClary are the guest ef Mr. The name of Matter T. J. Hester Prenchursville section arc receiving Mrs. Shelton M. Saufley, Miss Lucile J. II. Iluck t Gilbert' Creek. BesCooper, Mrs. ommitted from the upon the 11 Mio llettie I'axton anil Belle was inadvertently t..at. tu.nL - .U..l congratulation been named, birthC. of a sie McKinney, Alfred Pence, Mrs. l.nMn ' Miss Mary Uurch, f tl. A. Denny are .pending a few day with r "TJ , ",,.'. "1.1.. " " , son, who has Mrs. J. W. Eads, W. L. Euds and Miss Lyle Cooper, Miss Mary Elizathe Mi.se McAfee nor Shelby City, u t ,T Miss Lillie Eads, of Hustonvillc, at- beth McKinney, Mrs. Lounnnn Hol-daMASON'S GAP. Mr.. II. D. Phillip., who .pent a ffrat irrado of Muskogee, Okla., Mrs. R. A. tended the burial of Mr. J. H. Raney week or .o at Elixir Sprinsr. laa re--, We have been having some very T1,, Asbury, of Little Rock, Ark., Mrs. ednesday. P'u. ' here ,0,nB..St" ?f?r.il f,f turen.1 home very mum improved in Urodheiid Thursday: H. Yowell and son, Hugo Bolin, of Kansas City, and rainy weather for the past few days. Mrs. Mr. .....i .h.ra.U, Mrs. B. L. Miracle is seriously ill i'J!Ty hlKh '" prtti"-- f IHr. E. J. Ilrown. wit- and Mra. R- u- James, and W. IJ. Eads' and Miss Lil Mrs. W. R. Rice, of Louisville. Mr. health at this writing. ell Ilrown, Moadnmcs L. II., W. T. lie hails, of Moreland, motored to Mr ..n.l tra I It ttit..,.. .1 i;. . RICHMOND, KY. Mr. Frank Davis made a flying trip At Crab Orohard Springs. "" ' tie Kin, Jamea are the rueat of her ITt. Tl7 T "n1 Ar"" V0?'" IJ- - r"?' to Stanford Monday. i.i M A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Sims Rankin, of Hubble, is - ... li- - ""M-- - J-I mE. Johnonnigman, Lancaster; J. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Robbing were " r,,M tnifcy. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Reynolds, spending the week with .Mrs. L. H. Courses leading to Elementary. Intermediate and I.ifo week Philips and Mrs. ' pleasant callers on State Ccrtilicates. Valid in all 'tiWie Schools of Ken'W"! McCnII, Mis FIoaMc WIU i Stone. She accompanied her to tho W. J. Sparks, Mt.son, Lebanon; Fan- the H. Hoskins Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. Vernon; Miss R. afternoon. tucky. Special Courses and R. view Courses. Tuition dauSer.' of Rlchmo ,1? tavewtiVit , "$ Free to Appointees. Two spUndid dormitories, new Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Daugherty M. his walk- - nie Sparks, Mt. Vernon; Thos E. co iV.rr... after a viait to ner brother, nun, model school, new manual training building, practieo Baldwin, Richmond; Mr.. B. S. Coyle, of Danville nre visiting relatives and '.deorxe Hail, Hud Hiatt, Sam Raines, in mare to Ilrodhend tins morninK Lexington; Miss Lottie Parks, Lex- friends at this place. school, department of agriculture, a well equipped Ed Ilallard and fnmils- an- - to snow ner. eiice, i;oy Arnold, ot pyninaiimn. Domestic Science. it win wkc a jrreai ington; W. F. Carter. Frankfort; M. v nni o i r- - ' First Term begins Mr nn.l Mr- - l w ' SfBEJpEaVaW" purMr. hc over her. the septeiiiucr , tecona Term November 10, Third Term n' I Mr. cUri' it'v- - .r r.n.i Mr- -J'oi"c1 Mr- -Stanford crow.l. here, one to wear Eva blue tieleft Wednes-M- II. Dalton, Lebanon; R. S. Poullus, chased Cloyd Gerkey ha recentlyJames -a nice horse from Mr. nl-5, JoM "H1 Hilton of Mil. John iCp . Januarys. Fourth Term April ,j. Summer School opens '''-"i ul le Pa Jfnr.i vWUnr Lexington; J. IJ. and J""e 1. Catalogue Fre. j. chuiiii!, I're.ldrnt. Corbin. who are viaitinc friends and day for Crab Orchard to be the Kuct wife. Cynthiana; Cunningham Cun Smith for which he paid $100. , l i! n .Mrs. Carrie Mrs. H. C. Hurst is very sick at ocnXin,: per- - of Mr. and Mrs. J. Thos. Cherry. rehlt,v,w' "l""llaiti ?tauh. Mi ningham, Cynthiana; Mrs. Safe End- - this writing. Jm' Mr. Morshon manentlv. formerlv Thev will attend the Hrodhead fair scott, Cynthiana; G. C. ivrv, iiiiioiny nuaun anil i.etiic r.liz- - ownod and operated the electric Walker, LanThere was a large crowd from licht this week. Kentucky's militia will receive ive caster; Dude Goodloe, Lancaster; C. here attended church at Blue Lick Cards Of Thanks. ... Mis- - Evelyn Daniels, of Uincaster In"t in the above name.l "",! , i""'! $t)l,810 from the Government this C. Clarke, Millersburg; Mr. and Mrs. Saturday night. "'s- Crow left yesterday was the Ruet of Mrs. L. H. Stone year, or $5,00 less than last year. Jl". We desire to tiiank; from the ' ;n. Ielley and son, Xicholasville: Mrs. L. Mr. E. L. Miracle was in Stanford .Hnner ot jriv She drew the f"r ". G ! M ' Fn whre fclJe. wl Ca b depths of our grateful hearts all of and T. Drane, Eminence; W. W. Lewis, Monday on business. " Mrs. , en away at the picture show . to for a ; i..,i... ,li in L. Lewis, Louisville; Mrs. .111-Harlan; Wines intended tor sacramental those who were kind and thoughtful IJIVUIlllllUIUil York to purchase fall r.dliiK-rHHIH13 Miss Pearl Hooker was the welfur day night, and Hopcdalc, III. Young, Mr. J. W. Riley and Dr. J. R. Stil Bennett H. Young, Louisville; Miss come caller on Miss Cordie Miracle purposes will not be accepted by the of us in the death of our beloved their establishment at Danville. Elizabeth Louisville: Miss Sunday afternoon. railroads entering Arizona uatil the ler, of Rristol, Va., wo have been Sophia Saunders, Mrs. Danville Advocate father. We are especially thankful J. W. Alcorn, Mrs. J. B. Robbins was over tc prohibition law is tested. j Miss Anna Steele Cook, who went guests of the family of R. C. Nun- to Eld. Joseph Ballou, Rev. D. M. Stanford; Miss Agnes Reed, Spring- see Mrs. E. L. Miracle Tuesday. to California six months ago for the nelley went to Richmond yesterday, Cook & Barnes, of the Goshen Walker, Mr. J. L. Beazley and our Miss May Reed Springfield; Miss Minnie Crabtree of Junction benefit of her health, is now very They were accompanied by Mis Cora field; Mary W. Foley, Miss Miss Anna Fo- City is the guest of her cousin, Miss section, shipped to Central, Va., this neighbors generally for timely much impiovcd. She has been spend- - Xunnelley. aid week a fine yearling jack for which ing the time in Fresno and has now j Following is a list of those who ley, Frankfort; R. M. Finnell, T. J. Elizabeth Davis. and words of comfort. Mrs. Earl hue and wife, Miss bpengler. Miss Miss Cordie Miracle has returned they got $500. gone to San Francisco to join Mr. .are attending the Brodhead fair to- Withers and brothers. Anrtrta,l,mal-t)rwHenry Mrs. Holdermnn, White, Lexington; M. M. Buford home after visiting friends in Dan Daniel Uowmar's party for Feeing day: l itn ttl'tMr.I'l.tn'-Tit- b Forty-thre- e Harris, Versailles: Miss Artie Alex of the forty-eigr'i t'.t1rr.M,."!.'..T,?"-,:r;rthe exposition and from there will .Misses Margaret btagg anil Jennie ander, Mrs. M. M. Daviess, Harrods- - ville. nguinst National CommitMr. and Mrs. J. II. Hooker called D hcmi i iu..r TI..WT lur. ' return to Fresno to remain another Wilcher, Ethel J'owell, and Messrs. teeman Thomas Taggart and 125 WHY YOU ARE NERVOUS It. Wmgate, Dan- on Mr. and Mrs. Barney Davis burg; Miss T. A. Rice. J. C. Lynn. R. C. coming home. .t Mmin inmnbia , six months it hit! before others charging them with election ! JSr.'tt'S'Ji'i'iyiK.'ffi Lexington Lender. Miss Cooke is a Julian Givcns, J. N. Carter, ville; Miss Caroline Foster, Chas. F. The nervous system is the alarm system Ogden, Oscar Ed nripwi Little Lunette Hurst was the guest irregularities were upheld at Indian- of the human body. Sim R. Cook, of W. S. Dryc, Milton Powell, J. J. Ogden, Wilson of the late apolis on a motion to quash. Lfm ;,W.,AEK2S?:.,.'SKSf.,S monds, Louisville. of Martha Hurst this week. Lawrence. tMi4,uw CiHiiiir ( Rule. ri 401), Uutuu.t,. county. In perlect health we hardly realize that this Trading seems to be the order of The farm of R. L. Todd on the we have a network of nerves, but when WAR NEWS. LATEST the day in this neighborhood. health is ebbing, when strength is destining, Mrs. Antiie Hooker was visiting Cornishville pike near Hnrrn!lnir.. nervous system gives the Diplomats of all beligerents are was bought by Henry Comingo at alarmthe sime in headaches, tiredness, dreamful concentrating theis- attentions on friends here yesterday. $99. The place was advertised in clerp, irritability and unless corrected, 'he Balkans, cspenally on Hulgaii, this paper. Ic.ds straight to a breakdown. which holds the kev tc the situation. WOULD CONNECT CHICAGO To correct Scott's Emul.TM1AC . IV ... .uuio ltAKrat. Ol U. It, sion is exactlynervousness,should take; its .f S. Ft Concessions are being offered from uuukiii WITH NEW YORK IJoone. 41 wethers nt 4 1.J nt t n rich nutriment what you the blood aud all sdies, while the Quadruple Engets into tente Powers are attempting to revive The Type Used In One Year To Pub- Eubanks, 44 hogs averaclnL ""' rich blood feeds the tiny nerve-ceB- s while pounds at $(i.G0, and of W. D the whole system responds to its refreshthe Balkan League. lish Endorsements of Doan'a Gooch 12 weighing 170 pounds at ing tonic force. It is fr.'e from alcohol. on Turkish roux hostile attacks Kidney Pills. 0 Scat & Dowue. BloomSeM, N. J. positions in the Gallipoli Peninsula have been repulsed, according to an Of the many kidney remedies on official report from Constantinople. A British submarine torpedoed and the market today, none othe;' is rec . ivldi'ev Pills. sank a Turkish gunboat and a trans- ommended like Doan-sThirty-fiv- e thousand tew'iud peoport in the Sea of Marmora. Tho Russians continue their retire- ple gladly testify in tie ..cv..papei-oI I I STANFORD, KY. their own towns, l'orty.fivo d ment in Poland, at the same time reAmerican new .papers publish tarding the German advance. The strength of the German offensive has this home proof of W.ian's merit. The led military observers to believe they type used in one year to till this are now aiming at Pcrograd. Wide wonderful story wotilJ make a solKl circulation was given to a rumor in column of metal twice as hie.li as the Men's . Stanford's Most London that mHitary successes fa- - world's highest mountain. Pla cd end vorable to Russia had been gained, to end the lines of type would reach and Young Men's Furnishers and Russian securities rose on the from New York to Chicago. These will soon be here and your suit will miles of good words told by 35,000 stock market. tongues sound glatl tidings to any look a little worn. Now we can sell Stanford sufferer who want relief STUDY VETERINARY MEDICINE from kidney and bladder ills. Here's a Stanford caie. Don't experiment. IT PAYS you a medium weight suit or a Fall suit i Cm4 Mil.' lo Irarn. Kiitd this 1'ak ail Cum Use the remedy endorsed Ly people thp ('our, in Thr1 Vtri l'i.imily you know. bktr the l.a.t Yar to Knt r an Wivl'tnl OolLitr which you can use during fair and have II. D. Aldridge, blacksmith, E. fur Thr.c Yr C'uurw ESIUH.L SOW SSI) Writ" fr l'r I'atalueue. Main St., Stanford, says: "I had SAVE .1 Yt'.iK pains through my back and the acit ready for Fall. Palm Beach suits, "The Home of Cincinnati Veterinary College Cun muati, O. tion of my kidneys wan irregular. I 3145 KpnnE CJruvr Ate didn't sleep well at night. When I Hart, Schaffner white duck and flannel trousers; oxheard about Dona's Kidney Pills, I All-Woused them. They soon strengthened and Marx fords of all kinds; straw hats and Panmy kidneys and itoppd the pain." Lunches and Clothes" Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney jcmedv get' amas in fact we are prepared to meet Cooling. Drinks Di nn's Kilhey Pills tho samj Mr.1 Aldri Ige had. Foster-Milbur- n Co., May Be Obtained your wants for the : : C5-Props., Buffalo, N, Y. Dr. W. 1). V. Ilur(?in was tn Lnncafe Mrs. J. PUBLIC SALE Fine Blue Grass Farm Stock, Crops, Etc. Tuesday, August 31, 1915 I ' j ' First National Bank sit-ua- ; one-thir- r, high-clas- ' 60-od- d two-yea- As-twi- y, n, ) Bo-li- n, , ,,,. W. H. Murphy, Stanford e, y, u","' ....!'.." T,, i...). aw..... ' tndl - .-- ' - I '- - Tv v'cFil T v' '"fr vlL ri 5gl ! ",, "" JlZ .'j flr,T ,' W'. ' ; iin ouisrilk Cdnsattifa'j M Ausiv l : JEZmmt n, - -- V c. PHILLIPS & PHILLIPS I Up-to-Date f hun-die- PAIR TIME fgJhiiiii-- ol 1. "Fair." When In Danville at HiimiMBMIMl f33M T Jffrson School Kst-d- ? Law: Tfc'jTB SHOP PERFECT (Incotporatrd) DANVILLE, - CXWrLITETOO oLBtfrin. libraUiiA KY. I. lrjrt for lr Ju ctJtoSI A ft.! tttiu lurvani, Tux. Miirirtti I'uutuu h uk tauftuut l.i YEAlllM tf klltUUf. m u f fnmno K7. frurHtkfc-ftulfuiu- ti EUJOTT FEWiESAKLR, Si, Lttistilie, ial ROBINSON'S. iTT3 IX - biM -- aB&jKrf t 1 1 -. y-., .. - UVli. - 'II .. ,...,. V .....,- -. r .. . ,. ,fr ,M.4M-WiH- $jL&iq0Btm - . The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky. Friday, August 13, 1915. id Public Sale: fv.,- - Beginning at 10 o'clock ihorp Wednesday, August 18, 1915 I will toll at tlie highfit nd betl bid, my Farm of 190 Acres at Burgin, Mercer Co., Ky. in good tnte of cultivation, with This it n modern retldence, in a yard of fine thadr Irret. Fruit of nil klndt, Inrge barnf, Implement home, an abundance of water, well dittribtited, add to itt driirability. One half cafh remainder in equal TERMS OF SALCi 1 and 2 year, at G per cent, interett from date of payments, poitettion, which will be on or before October ltt, 1915. Sloelc and equipment tufpeient for a GOO acre farm will be of. fered at tame lime and place. Everything offered will be told Credit of four montht will be given on all without a permnnl property on tumt exceeding $10( tmaller amount! to be cah in hand and tettlementt made before property if removed. Dlnr.or terved on grounds firtl-clm- t frm, Thomas Metcnlf, south of Danville ' , Jones, of Stanbought from T. ford, N5 head of ewe to be delivered this week nt $0,C0. Foot nnd mouth disease has 1cmi discovered in 1'oscy county, Indinnn, directly ncro the river from Kentucky, now free of the disease. The cattle nilment hns been discovcicd in Illinois, Mirhlgnn and Mirncsota, also resulting in Federal quarantine. S. C. White, of Moreland, bought of M. K. Allen, of McKlnney, thiee suckluiB nilve this week for which he jxiid $ls n lionil. From Siim Moe-har- t In bought six heifer of nl out the nnie welcht at six and n In If cents a pound. M. J. Huffman, of Willinmsmu?, who owns a nice piece of land, adjoining the Back farm neat Miic-lii'ucame up to attend the D.k, Just previous d sale Wedncwlay. leaving home, he shipped a couple of, nil loads of cows to Cincinnati mm l. GRAND AUCTION SALE Friday, Aug. 2 7 AT 3:00 P. M., RAIN OR SHINE SALE IN EACH TRACT by-bi- 9 Smith T. Powell, of Hustonviili hns found a read.v market lately fo horse stock ar.d hns disposed il a number of good animals, mot fi them the get of his grent -- tul'n t Almont Date. - He old a young mure . .. l w i1 ..r in-u .. wceiv iuiii f1.11m'. in r. ni'v . t. i ii 12p- To Sam Murphy he sold a i j year-ou- t mare tor mou. r.an Mnncv. . paid him $100 for a thiec of . nHn u i.i l mill v. Cni-eyI'm-ui- kit. SAM J. BAILEY, Burgin, Ky. Farm and Stock News Shelby paid Col. . Iko Shelby. cf James Cloyd, of tho West Knd. G. Cowan, of Hustonville, ?37.8n a head for seven calves early this week. bought a drove of 20 hogs from S. T. nt $0.05 n hundred. They f' Powoll. , Y. T. TucVir sold lo Wilson Mrrgpl 1C'7 pounds. to 20 head of Wallace Ellis, of Casey, sold n cnttlc for Sept. delivery at seven lair of twin cnlvci to A. C. Snow for cent' $50. Mr. Ellis sold to Mr. Johnson, Lightning struct and burned the of Hustonville, two more cnlvo for barn of Thomas Underwood near SB2. Paifesville. A lot of wheat, .oats and J. Lee Murphy, near Hubble, hay went up in the flame?. bought seven yearlings from a moun, Jim Vowell, of Hustons ille, will no tain man here Monday nt $34 n head. to Wayne county in a few days to He sold .even heifers to W. D. Willook over some cattle which he is liams, of Doyle, at $33. contemplating buying there. v It. L. Berry, this side of HustonGeon;c W. Crawford on the Dan- ville. bought of R. H. Crow, near Baugh-mathorShelby Sity. a ville pike, bought of J. V. oughbred Duroc Jersey boar for early in the week a pair of which he paid ,$22.50. mules for $285. Ale.-atit!r 7""-r"J'ii- iJ n, ld at old to James Cloyd, of Caey, late hog at M n .1 lat week a d thiee quarter cents a pound. Mi. & ( ooper purchased eight shont th.it live raged 80 pounds at $37. .'io Vi pleased with n in e Cooper is greatly sold, jack colt which was foaled on hi Jim Yowcll, Ilutotiullc. IP" lieud of cwe U Kmmett Mc-- t place on July 29 by J. K. Haugh oimack, of the same cit j . this week man's jack. The yougter gn 210-poun- lavmgvmn cooper, near iiioreiai u THE R. E. Thompson Property Situated in the Business District of Crab Orchard, Ky. This valuable property of 50 acres hns been cut into small tracts from 2 to 0 acres and will bo sold for the high dollar regardless of price. For investment or speculation this property is unequalled. You can buy at this sale just an' size tract you may wish and for the high dollar. Nothing sold privately, only at auction. This is your opportunity to own business property in Crab Orchard. The place to educate your children, near churches, stores and railroad. Look this property over before sale. Our representative at Crab Orchard will take pleasure in giving any information. 1 $. Great Old Remedy For Skin Diseases S. S. S. Clears Skin of Erup-tioDrives Poison From the System. ni Get It fixed In your mind that skin eruptions. 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Don't take chances, don't. use loMons. Get S. S. S. from your druggist If yours I a special ease, write for expert medical advice to S. S. S. Co., Atlanta, Ga. prop-ertle- belief, nnd your trouble can be relieved you can be entirely restored to health. S. S. S. Is a purely vegeta- promise of making a tar. M. C. Met, of the firm of Met A. Sons, of Homewood, III., is in Kc tuoky this week for the puipoe of purchasing half it doen head of e tra nice youne jack for shipment to j customers in the north. He N the guest of Col. Tom Metcnlf, touth cf Danville. Mr. Met vn in Kentm I j last fall and bought nbout the ame i number of jacks, which gave uh satisfaction to the patrons of thnt he has come here agair hunting another shipment. George D. Boone, the Ottenheim trader sold a courle of ycai lings to Baxter & Whitehou'e here Mondav nt $32 nnd $35. He nlso sold the same buyers, a couple of cows at S37.50; n cow to Hughes & Murrh., of Mt. Sterling for $33 and n calf for $13. Mr. 'Boone bought fiom A Kielbasn. near Crab Orchard. 14 hogs, averaging 100 pounds at seven cents a pound, nnd 11 lamb's from J. M. Hunt, averaging 80 pound1- nt six and a half cents: from Ballard &. Xapicr, of the East End he purchas ed 41 mountain wethers at four cent a pound. M. D. Shearer, of Wayne coui tv. came down on Wednesday to attend the Back sale near Moreland. Mi Shearer buys cattlr cxtenivelv lr Wayne and surrounding countie-.- . He 10 hind or' has just purchased stockers that averaged about Sim pound-- ,' from Tom and Newt lonitv and J. II. Rice and Dodson nt i" . :! hundred. Mr, Shearer has- lii'-- t ri ,h- b- - id f u ' ed a commission to buy 2J' D. F a vl T C Iinnkin. of the Hi Gran.'lic 1 i 1'n settlor The beive have bcot c Gai1 ;.- ft jr e. tli gaged to go the la-- t h.i'f cf r t( sr h.'fi ,r i j cr ard vi" ruti ii VM"ht 'nn. mo ti i i i hi Mr to l,2ut roui d- -. Thiv co-- t ru. She i,cr f m S1 ." to "ah- - i!re i -m i ' 1 1 LADIES ESPECIALLY INVITED. SOUVENIRS GIVEN AWAY FREE GOLD WATCH FREE :::::: f SPECIAL MUSIC BY BRASS BAND. LIBERAL TERMS Osborne Land Co. Hill Realty Auc. Co. Bristol, Tenn. South Boston, Va. HKlKaia L.cji--l' j- GJ .f . i.l Duiivilu bm.ht . Gi".e lo.ut if mult iolt nt H.iin dl mg :,t fnc .. d v I .it un uveiage pint of 1. ohaipc J" I'n'i.t !J He also shipped .'! ! t.ir-l- i c.ir-il- a r.t ?J1.- ik fiom liuigin to Mat nest of Milledtce-villM,)it tu Noah Hishop, of More-l.iii- l, that fiiut heifersand a averaged MM) i pouhi!-- , lmlf cent- - h poui J Ji'hi 1 . Daughurty, of Wayne coiiit.., has jut--t engaged for Sam :. D'Vm'I, of Danville, about u ot 'lopper iind feeders to go The vvoie tkt I t of uht at a price cloe to 57 a hun-- i -cJ 11. J lionaker, of Hustonviile. coId to Monti- Fox, of Danville, and .t t ot the iarh at Moreland for I to Armour & Co., the Chicago laikeib, Tu head of hwivy steers. Mr. Fc. paid nine conU a pound for them. They vveie sold two weeks ayo, vhn. tleltvcrod avoraged 1,270 renn-.vlvaiiiMo-'hue. -'00 1 ship-mc-t- What Is iho Best Romedy For v each day. Tlmiia qurti u many times The ansvv cr u in Constipation? I I nliovjif '.. the t,Stare."iiat ' " tl.j ' l - .i.p of the Stale, wul be i -- jje PUBLIC SALE '& i toil. olfci nt pw! lu sid Wtdnnd-y, BffiaTfisyfl kES We puorantco them to be satwfsctory to you. fcu! J oiJy by us, 10 ccuu. Penny's Urua Ml !tor. Sept IS, 1915. . one-hul- SMALL FARMS -- AT- Public Auction f The R. H. Bronough Farm One-Hal- f Mile From Crab Orchard, Ky. 95c per bu'hel. Thi is about 2Se per bushel highei tlian tho tnrmers obtainud who sold their wheat from the threshers in 1911. The acreage of Hurley tobacco is given at 78 per cent and of dark toltarro is given at SO per cent. Hurley shows a condition of 75 per cent and dark tobacco a condition irf 77 per cent. "The corn crop shows n condition of 8 per cent. Much of the corn got too high for cultivation before the rains cchmmI, and the corn fields are full of crab grass and weeds. The p3at,lU. will James II. Biiughman of the Hilltop continued sensonahli woather crop rein tort Shelby City, hud four sult buta a reasonably large and the corn, drought fu e yout g steers killed by lightning corn would be unablemoisture to mature propT i i.aj Tlie beeves tool: refugo un- erly. The Hnal yield of rye is S r. tree when u severe electrical ,i.c. bushels, that of outs, 22 Ituxhol. The ,11(1 ran storm came up that after- of lump is i'7 nnd were killed instantly when condition op is unusuall.v per cent. The ,ioor potato ci hirvo and the ;i l'U hit the tree. Mr. Haughmun yield and qualitv of the potatoes I. .d crt steer killid last week from the prices are very low. Harithe bame cnue, OR conditions continue good J D. hitthoutf, on the Danville den lent. Tho condition of cowntpeas pur Ipil.c, picked up in all about 76 Ki! per ii'nt; oy beans nt of Itevc here Monday. He bought is put at nre 'about 0 slioit curling at prices 87 per cent. All pasture grat-- grass g from ?!' to f35 u head and in splendid condition. Hluc 'tai (.ii 90 per cent; 91 the ic-- t weighing about 750 pounds stands nt alfalfa, 92 per clover nt orper 1 lud o FRIDAY, AUGUST 27th, Farm 1915 Sale Begins Promptly at 9:30 A. M., Rain or Shine on the 235 235 ACRESINTO FOUR- SMALL FARMS ACRES CUT -:- mile LOCATION In the Famous Blue Grass section of Kentucky, one-hafrom Crab Orchard, a noted summer resort of Kentucky; near schools, stores and churches, and short drive to town Look this property over before sale lf day. DESCRIPTION 150 acres fine river bottom lands, balance upland in high state of cultivation, producing large crops of corn, wheat, clover and tobacco. The improvements consist of good brick residence, tenant : : : house, two good barns, all necessary outbuilidngs. Well watered. five-room ::::::::::::::::::: 1-- each at about seven cents a grass, 92 per cent. To Mr. Powell, of I'erryville, he sold chard "Fruits have sulfored more or less 17 of the heavier beeves ut seven and ns n insult of the rains, storms, etc. a qunrtci cents it pound. The condition of apples i given ut 82 per cent; peachew, 71 per cent; Report on Crop Conditions. nnd pear, 89 per cent. 2 good milk cows, fat. "The conditions of potikry is given A good average yield of corn am! 1 good y em ling steer. tel ecu if thin is no dtoutli is pio-u- t as follows: Chickens, 90 pur cunt: 2 sows and 10 shunts. turkeys. 80 pur cent and ducks 87 ted ly J. W. NVivmun, Commit1 brown gelding, five years old, tor cr of Agruultute, this year in hi per cent. gentle for lady and will work nny-whof live stock .ipoit on coi ditions for July. The "The condition 91 per cent; is as e. cnttle weciy cui dition of corn liehU, ovv-- it follows: Horses, 1 Ariionu range, good as new. g to tlie f.ut that constant rains Of! per cent; hogs, 92 por cent, nnd 1 Perfection coal oil range, good as cultivation until the corn sheep 9 1 per cent. new, I.tvcited high, "Kentucky is finally face fiom nil miglit take up the 1 too w.i Wiaud washer, complete with rr 'i tare Item the inutuiing corn if quarantine legulations as far us foot vvnngor, it should Ic iiy. Potatoes piomWc nud mouth disonst Is concerned. A A lot of household and kitchen a I umpvi yield, ami wheat has live-- i few cases of hog cholera and black furniture not mentioned in above. aged 10.7 bushels to the acre, two leg ate repoited. "Taken as a whole the crops di J. R. Rouit, on thu place, W. D. iiusheN than last ear, owing to Ing Routt or George ji si ibimublc laiitb damaging the their the month of Jul.v liehave held for particulars. II. Routt, Moreland favor, weather, With own ci op, 01-t- d Sale Ilegins at 10 A. M. The nop ii'iMJit in full is as fol- torn and tobacco, the two largest lows ei pound. cent; cent and house; meat houhc; buggy house; tool house and. good fiximc barn 10 feet in good repair. Fit rm is 50 well wntorod by i reek nnd never failing spring; nil in grass, hut nbout 20 acres, this for scoding this fall. There is 1ft acres in grast and thu whole is first class Hlue Grass land. W. D. ltoutt also will offer 20 acrcm ling east of this placo, being a part of the origuie tract. It is in good state of cultivation and can bo bought with other fcirni jf purchaser wants 100 acres. PERSONAL. 1 e good faun wagon, 1 turning plow. 1 double A harrow. 'fc, , 2 buggies. 1 Sash cutting box. I hay rake. 1 mower. 2 sets of buggy harness. 1 ?et of good wagon harness. 1,006 tobacco sticks. two-hors- on the farm, Mtuuted f mile we of Peyton's Woll and two milt"' east of Moreland, adjoining the land of Sam Holm, It. ('. Nunue'ley, Ceorge GadlHi and II. I'. Mai tin. Itoth leal and personal proportj of W. (J. ICoutt, deceased. The farm contains SO acres, well improved land has on it a good dwelling of en rooms, two pontics and V" dry cvllar, the house in good repair, lu-ibeon painted rcxuuW. Has cistern at dour; new double hen-c ng lis " THIS PROPERTY WILL POSITIVELY BE SOLD FOR THE HIGH DOLLAR REGARDLESS OF PRICE Easy Terms: 737'3 Cash, Balance 1 and 2 Years. Special Music by Brass Band Handsome Gold Watch FREE i;l Osborne Land Co. Hill Realty Auc. Co. Bristol, Tenn. South Boston, Va. .uvoiuile woutliei for thu ilevuiop-meof the noil- with tho oxuu)tlou of - uttered point throughout the State "Jlii1 l.nnl I'ktiinatu of the whout u the Statu for 1015 is 10.7 ju-Tliis is hoit uf i et uc.fc. vcu'-- , yield b uiiprnximnloly S The-- coiitinutd ruiiik of tho Ii h r moi th dnmagtul the ijUHlity of the wli t u I'ood deal, and the uiir-'- i i tun ttxl (l.image throughout tho MUc I t pi i I uhul. The average pri' c o the fi.un ! approximately rt Lu-lu- la-- t hi-1- 'the it iioi t of crop conditions for Vjt'tit l't sluivvu continuation of CORTRIGHT mms m .rV; .t IA. 'C?to TfKJfc3tS?t -- y'&JCSAM CVwm "," ttZSWi, 11Cinr wa...(, Qnfnlir fM un. mi. lion, uy '. ,"lot' iiumelnrmnrnAl Him .... c lirrtnrnnt DIU1HIVUI, n.l fi-o- f t AiriM fVirt li- - 111 Jiavo told us tho aamo Btory distress . . af ter eating, gases, heartburn. A .. N Yes Many People .I .."A iViT- - 'v uiiu never uciru iiriJtuis. SKvjVa. C.VA rra. x - 5aKTW7W I: Jn v.rav'PHB.-V'' Ir iiWvvo. t1 ?T.MlJ?SiiJi. f!!!f3LJ"' --- durable rooling. ri Last as lone as the building 1 ! niiiiuui .' ifv n ! l? 5' 11 -- -- w-- f W l licfuro and after each meal will relievo Vou. BqkJ only by us 25c. Penny's Drug 8tor. 'aAifiML JVSsSSa Dyspepsia Tablet tl For Salt by WILL STONE, Stanford, Ky. H Jf i . . 't - Krr-cVi m z&BmpcivzrKzxmtmibmfmmiiM i . iyfiirtMii mm ii5.. ' , wp ipiiia.Ni-iiaw- "''I J-