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The Intek 45 OURNAL ' DOCTOR CANDIDATES ; This Label Is Either a Re-Does It Say to You?; f Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, June 6, 1916. ELOPE TO TENNESSEE AFTER" THE&NEGRO AT RICHMOND Tuesdays and Fridays WANT PORTMAN News of the Churches Latest War News Popular Local Young Couple Take Of Somerset, Who Has Treated Sev- Montgomery and Helm Both Shaking Rev. Joseph Ballou will preach at AVENUE OPENED Many Friends by Surprise. eral Patients from This County. German and British battle fleets Hands With Voters Monday the Christian church Sunday mornhave clashed in what appears to have Republican and Bull Moose Conven- ing. All are invited to hear him. Several Lincoliucounty people have A host of friends of Scott HamilCongressman Harvey Helm came been the greatest naval battle in Citizens Appear Before City CounThe C. W. B. M. will meet with ton and Miss Sara Cormney, were been treated byCthe colored doctor in from Washington Monday night, history. tions On This Week Stanford Mrs. W. A. Tribble Wednesday aftercil and Show Many Advantages taken by surprise last Saturday eve- in Pulaski county, whom an effort as congress is doing very little for According to Berlin the sea fight noon at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. W. P. Sends Delegate to Latter. is being made.np"put out of busi- two weeks during the ning when this well known and popto Accrue to People. national con- resulted disastrously for the British Grimes, Mrs. Milton Raney, Mrs. Jack ular young couple stole a march on ness" by the officials. Suit has been ventions. He spent most of Monday who lost one of their latest s, Gover and Mrs. Tribble, hostesses. them by going to Jellico, Tennessee., filed against himjlwhich will help to t at Richmond, mixing with the voters The sole delegate that Lincoln two battle cruisers, two arA good-size- d The Missionary Society of the where they delegation of resicounty will have at any of the nawere united in wedlock's advertise him and get him business ;and motored from there with Mr. H mored cruisers and numerous smaller dents Baptist church, will meet with Mrs. holy of the northern secton of the bonds. The sweethearts were in as it uia me iave onariey wmte-Moo- n J. McRoberts, Miss Anne D. McRob-ert- s craft, while a large number of British city, tional conventions this week or next Mary Penny, Friday afternoon, June appeared before the City Counof Louisville. The Somerset Chicago Monday afternoon. town, that evening, the bride-to-b- e left for and Miss Mary Bruce, who went battleships were damaged. cil at its regular meeting last Thurs9th, at 3:00 o'clock. attending the picture show with News says of the .suit against the ne- over after him. Mr. Helm will put This was John N. Menefee, Jr., who The Germans admit only the lost day night and petitioned for The Rev. Alfred A. Higgins, pas- friends. the delegate-at-larg- e is a from Kentucky After its conclusion, they gro physician ther,e: in his time while in Kentucky look- - of one battleship and a small cruiser, opening of Portman avenue tor of the Third Presbyterian church caught the L. & N. for the Tennclear Attorney General M. M. Logan has ing after his political fences. His while the fate of one cruiser and of to the Progressive National Conventhrough from Lancaster to Danville in Springfield, essee Gretna Green. After the cere- filed a suit in the i Pulaski Circuit opponent for the congressional nom- some torpedo boats is unknown. tion, which meets at Chicago tomor- of Louisville, is now avenues. It was shown that more Ky., where he is conducting an evanmony was performed they wired Court asking foxj.a? restraining order ination, Senator Charles F. Mont row, the same time that the RepubliThe British admiralty announces than 75 school children live north of ten days' friends and relatives and came back to prevent Dr. JJS. Anderson (col- - gomery, of Casey, has been making that a battle occurred in the North the can national convention is in session gelistic meeting of about railroad and have to cross it duration. During his absence Mr. home, where they were received oreu; J! J irom prauuug memcine in xne , J Mr. Menefee will take quite a vacaa quite but effective campaign over Sea between the British and German twice a day to get to school, who Higgins' pulpit will be filled by the with many congratulations and good State of Kentucky The trial was tion while away. From Chicago he set; the djstrict, and his friends say he is fleets, in the course of which a num- would be directly Pressaved from such week, but uponwelI pleased with assurances of wishes. The bride is the attractive for Thursday will go to several points in Oklaho- Rev. Dr. R. A. Webb, of the ber of German and English ships were attendant dangers by the opening of byterian Theological Seminary, and young daughter of Mrs. N. W. Fowle of bothjsides the case was port which he is receiving. ma, Texas, and New Mexico, where sunk. the street. But three propery ownWilliam T. McElroy, of the Christian while the grom is a prominent until Jfily 18. The state' anied bv Coi T. l. finrnfinter nnd and he has legal business. The British battle cruisers Queen ers are affected by the proposition, it Courier-Journa- l. Observer. promising young farmer. Both have is being represented by Common- - othfir frfinrlR Tip n.issPfl tVirmio-V- i horo Mary and Indefatigable and the The greatest interest is centering many warm friends who will wish wealth's Attdrneylippin and J. N. early Monday morning en route to battleship Invincible were sunk and is said, and those who are behind in the Republican National convenKENTUCKY BUSINESS FINE them every happiness, as they go onarp ana me uatenuani oy u. Jtl "RlP.hmrmrl. whoro Vio olcn ononf Viq cruiser Warrior was disabled. The the movement, say that the opening tion which convenes at Chicago todown life's pathway together. Waddle & Sons abd Judge Jarvis. It day campaigning and meeting the German losses are described as ser- of the street will greatly benefit the morrow. Latest dispatches seem to Says property owners on the street, open L. B. Lowenthal, Well Known bitterly fought voters. promises to be indicate that Justice Hughes, of the ious by the English report. up a number of valuable and salable Drummer Who "Makes" Stanford. case ana win nrey oe long arawn CHILDREN'S DAY AT HEBRON. Supreme Court will be the RepubliThe announcement says two Ger- building lots as well as prove a benecan nominee for president, if he can So many missed the splendid ex- out. The petitionnled by the attoKILLING AT LEBANON man battle cruisers were sunk and fit to the community as a whole and L. B. Lowenthal, one of the best to the Bull known drummers who makes this ercises given at Hebron church on rney-general prove satisfactory staffs that Dr. Ander J. H. Shively, proprietor of a Leb- - two German light cruisers were dis- a progressive move on the part of Moose and Roosevelt. Children's Day that in responce to son, is maintaimigr a nuisance by abled and probably sunk. territory, gave his Kentucky business the city. It is reported that two of Mr. Menefee, who goes to the Bull a big boost in an interview in a Knox-vill- e requests from many, it has been de- running the sani The British destroyers Tipperary, the property owners affected have of.xv;thonfennfWJSatUrday charSed with killing Ed Moose gathering is an uncompromispaper last week. The paper said: cided to repeat the program next that he is practici: Lee Grady, colored porter at the Turbulent, Fortune, Sparrowhawk fered to donate the right of way thru ing Roosevelt man all the time. Mr. L. B. Lowenthal, of Daniel Sunday afternoon, June 11 at 3 ity from the Stat Board of Health;.1 shop. oiuveiy movea 10 , jueoanon and Ardent were lost and six others their holdings. The Council appointe and has passed . , . , have not yet been accpunted for, says ed a committee composed of G. B. Briscoe Co., is just In from his Ken- o'clock in the afternoon. The same that he has no lie The Chicago Tribune, the leading tucky territory getting up fall sam- program w:ll be given as was 'iiveji no examination, a! London. The admiralty announce- Cooper, J. C. McClary and Will . . . newspaper of Chicago and perhaps ples, and talks interestingly of con Children's Day. The collection and from any reputab college; that he , ment says no British battleships nor Stone to make a thorough investiilliterate, , com . the leading newspaper of the nation ditions in the State. He says that in proceeds will be used for repairs on is just an ignora ,, , the shop for, seven years. It is said light cruisers were sunk. gation and report to the next counsays Tuesday that a coalition has spite of Wgh prices gQods are selHng the church, and it is expected that a mon, colored man Shively dismissed him and that when i The battle occured off the coast! cil meeting. . , been formed against Hughes which better than before and that the de- large crowd will be out for this edge of medici JL,iLit the ner started to leave he claimed of Jutland. The English admiralty flrni has grown to over 500 delegate mand is growing for goods of the bet- worthy purpose, and to enjoy the de- the petition are ' th shop announcement says the German fleet CINCINNATI STOCK MARKET. from people who She has treated, th!hoe polif ingA sta.nd votes. It will assert that Cummins ter grades. The reason he gives are lightful enterainment. avoided the main British forces and Hogs Receipts, 2,400; lower. stating that he d them no good and La Follette, with their delegates the people have the money to pay arose and Shively is said to have returned to port severely damaged. Packers and butchers, $9.15 9.35; have joined the movement which i for what they want, and the mer- The State Board of Equalization whatever, and th Jthey are much struck Grady with an iron poker. Accoiding to Berlin the British common to choice, $ 6.75 8.85; pigs commits the delegates to select, in j chants are do:n all thev can to SUD has completed its labors, increasing worse since takings lis medicine. dreadnaught sunk was the Warspite jc: me, and lights, $68.85; stags, $5.50 . Dr. Anderson here from lieu of Hughes, some one of the fa-- py what theh. customers may 9an the valuation of property $11,522,-83- 5 of the Queen Elizabeth class, a 27, 6.50. Calves Receipts, 1,700; slow. Kingston, TennesseJj where he hadj BURIED AT PLEASANT POINT 000-to- n vorite sons, regardless of the atti- - for He reports excellent conditions over last year, thereby adding vessel, and the battle cruisers In the Iowa jin ajj ines of business The mines are $57,614.04 to the estimated revenues a sanitarium and inhere he says he ' Oscar Gibson, 28, who died at Queen Mary and Indefatigable were Steers, $6.5010; heifers, $5.50 Roosevelt. tude of meeting today Senator Kenyon made.running fuR tfaie timber business is of the State. The total receipts on treated 33,000 peojile in one year. Ludlow, last week was brought to sunk. The British battleship Marl 9.25; cows, $4.75 7.50; calves, a sneech acrainst Kooseveit, ana ne on a boom, road huildinc is srivinp the tax will be about $4,500-00- He was finally forqecf to leave Ten- - his old home in the southern section borough is reported to have been hit strong, $5(5)11. Sheep Receipts, c7 0 0 600; steady, $3(3)7; lambs, steady, nessee by a rulingTof the Court of of this county. The funeral was held by a torpedo. spokesman. ! is Cummins' profitable employment to many peo- $7(3)11.25. a Pleasant Point Saturday, services Appeals of that State. The case horse talk still swirls around Sena- -' pie and increasing sales of many pro German warships rescued parts of y of Ohio, as a compro- ducts. Three hundred thousand dol- WILL BE AT THE STANFORD there was long drawn out and bit- - being conducted by Rev. Evans, tor Hax-dinthe crews of the sunken British sea Lloyd Huey, who is traveling for fought, and &d'erson says his tor of the Christian church at King's fighters says Berlin. It is declared mise candidate. lars is being spent for road building Acbuckle Bros., with headquarters-aCHAUTAUQUA JUNE 21 attorney's fees an&fcqurt costs were Mounain. W. B. Gibson, father of that only two of the crew of the in Pulaski countv alone. Farm uro- Lexington, was in the city this KnmpHiirur lifcd s.V'nQwihoriVo , the young man. brought the remains the Republican leaders have the duts brin If battle cruiser. Indefatigable were hih T)r;ces. this be- - interacnt.Hftfe-'c&--; toleaW'Tenne?S,c?S,haih-honieforwith was- -f orce'd ' Huey possibly sells eld friifnds. 'MAI jiotion that tfcey can nominate Jus-iaTed V especially true-- of grain and live ALTON PACKARD, GREAT more coffee than came to Somerset and opened a san- - ceased was unmarried, and is' said to Hughes for President stock Sheep raising is an important tice Charles E. The engagementtook place during any coffee man who "wags" the grip. TO APPEAR itarium at Ferguson, at which place have been a fine young man. definite un- - j industry in some parts of the State, HUMORIST, without a complete and the afternoon of May 31, and it con- He told the Journal reporter he has been practicing. d derstanding with the Progressive wool is sening for 42y2 cents a tinued during the night. The Ger- he had sold over 46,000 pounds that GOLD MEDAL CONTEST duto pound.the wool from a sheep bring-revis- e The Tennessee papers have been tional Convention, they will have man fleet apparently put out from Take a Grouch to Chautauqua and The W. G T. U. convention of this the Baltic and encountered the Brit- ring the first three months of this full of sensational articles concerntheir plans. Hughes will be ing as much in one season as a sheep He'll Bury It Fop You. ing Anderson and his conduct while j division of the Eighth District, will ish between Skagerak and Horn's year, which is a considerable increase flatly rejected by the third party j sold for a few yea ag0 be held at Moreland, Thursday and Riff in the North Sea. The Germans over previous years in the same terriin that state. men unless he makes clear, without Mr Lowenthal states that the de At the Alkahest Chautauqua this Somerset Journal. Friday, June 15 and 16th. A Gold returned to their home base June 1, tory. or the use of wea- mand for better goods in all lines any pussy-footin- g year we will have an opportunity of Medal Contest will be held on the according-t- o MULES FOR SALE. sel words, his position upon the para is giving him the best business he hearing Mr. Alton Packard, one of the German statement. the EUBANK I will have 13 head of yearling and evening of the 15th at 8:30 o'clock. ot loreign policy j ever bad and bis bouse js prepared greatest humorists and crayon artists mount questions Further progress has been made on jto fjn orders and make prompt de- - the world has ever produced. Mrs. A. E. Wneeldon, of Stearns, mules for sale at the All day convention on the 16th, with the Verdun front in the Vaux secpreparedness. and military If the Republican convention sees . iiveries. He says that orders have Mr. Packard is a veritable genius of stock yards in Stanford next Mon- a splendid address in the evening. tion, according to Berlin, and has been visiting her parents, Mr. and i 45-- 3 Everybody cordially invited. fit to nominate some other than been f jued tbjs year with better laughter. He is the original and only day, June 12, county court day; they French counter attacks have been Mrs. G. A. Esies. Mrs. I. L. Gray and children, of out of the favorite son group 5 ever before, there being genuine and instantaneous cure for the are extra nice ones. B. W. Leigh, tban repulsed. 45-- 2 Chattanooga, were here visiting her no matter what his name or upon j fe,ver comnlaints and more satis- - grouch. If you are bothered with that Hustonville. WILL BE AT THE STANFORD Revised reports concerning the parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Lee. what platform he is placed, Colonel factory business all around. CHAUTAUQUA JUNE 21-- 27. great North Sea battle show that the ADAIR TO GET RAILROAD. Mrs. Laura Hall and Miss Myrtle Roosevelt will lead a third party He has booked more orders for fall British and the Germans each lost The building of a branch railroad Ware report a very pleasant visit movement again. than in any other time in the history a total of fifteen war craft, but that to Columbia from the L. & N., either IUDGE GEORGE u. ALDEN, with friends and relatives in SomerThees two things were made em- - of his business, he says, for this sea- the British losses were greater in at Greensburg, Campbellsville or an Monday after there j son of the year and regards the out- CHAUTAUQUA SPEAKER phatically clear tonnage. These reports cause the set. intermediate point was assured SatMrs. Walter Elder and children, of had been several gatherings of in look for fall trade the best we have British public to believe that the enurday when Adair county citizens Crab Orchard, were here visiting her coming Progressive leaders and a ever had gagement was not so near a defeat met and raised the sum stipulated by parents, Rev. and Mrs.R. N. Gooch. number of conferences had been held as first appeared, and that suprema Louisville firm of contractors. Mrs. S. F. Wolcott and Mrs. B. F. in the headquarters of Chairman acy is still held by a safe margin. General News Notes Hughes, of Springfield, O., have been George W. Perkins. On one fact, whether the Germans guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Davis' Store The unmistakable trend toward engaged the main British fleet, the here the Four persons, including a woman, Hughes in the lobbies and headquar- were wounded by an unknown neWolcott. reports contradict each other flatly, M. and Mrs. Drew Wesley are reters continues and for that reason gro in Lexington's fashionable resiJ. L. Kidd has moved to Mrs. NanBerlin claiming that the enemy's the"stork ia utterances from the Pro dence cy J. McKinney's house, which the explicit grand fleet was in action and Lon- joicing that a recent visit of section Saturday following an j gressives' capains are all the more attempt by the unknown to snatch near the pike. blessed their home with a fine boy. don denying it. About 4,000 Brit-j , G. D. Boone bought a bunch of valuable. Through some unaccountJ. W. Whceldon was in Somerset purse of Mrs. A. A. Robertson, ish seamen went down with their veshogs from Milton Warren for eight a few days last week. able cnannei tne erroneous statement for whom he had been mowing grass. sels. Demm Phillips visited his daughhas been sent forth that the Su- -' ' The negro probably will die as the and a half cents. r ",rt4- Tupfiin ic fVia rv xr Henry Davis sold ten shoats to W. ter, Mrs. Shoop, at Danville. 1 MISS NOE'S FINE WORK. result of wounds inflicted by police member of the Republican group of officers. His victims will recover, it H. Boone for $46. Mrs Gourley and Master Thamer The Cincinnati Times-Sta- r had the visited her mother at Highland this "Mrill lio nrnrtoTilo r inl rir A. James is moving his saw mill J. following of the work of Miss Emma week. Colonel Roosevelt. This may be re- out on the pike on Andy Adam's J Noe, who visits Miss Berta Jean sponsible for the enthusiasm with Dr. J. W. Acton, of Clarence, came land. Mrs Mose Pitman and Mrs. wil. Penny here frequently, in the Cin- home Sunday from Louisville where which the suggestion of his nomina-iiaA. L. Kidd is going ,to Covington Anders0n, of Ottenheim, were cinnati May Music festival. "Act he has just completed a course in tion is received by the patronage j guests of Mr and Mrs c G Ware with the intention of working in a third from Meyerbeer's 'L' Afri-cain- e' dentistry. He will return to the city JUDGE GEORGE D. ALDEN. party which reCently. hungry element of the machine shop. was undeniably the most suc- for commencement exercises June 6. desires to win, even if the devil him- - j R. P. Chandler bought two goats ; Judge George D. Ahlen, for twentj cessful and the most correct of the self has to be drafted as the candi Mrs. Alonzo Rigr.cy, of Danville, from, William Anderson for 2 a years a practicing attorney and jurist Chapel hi New York and Massachusetts and three scenes presented. Miss Emma is the guest of her grandfather, Dr. ALTON PACKARD. date. head. Noe, as 'Selika,' made a veritable sen- M. G. Bryant. William Anderson bought 11 hogs for five years a giant of the American platform, contending that personal sation. Miss Noe began as a mezzo, Miss Maggie Brook, of Brodhead affliction take it to the Chautauqua, from C. H. Kerr averaging 165 Geo. Baugh and Miss Bertie Aker lbs. righteousness is the real when you return to your home you TEDDY KOW FAVORITE. foundation of but with the characteristic uncertain- were married by Rev. Coaklcy Satis visiting her mother, Mrs. Charlie and will not only be cured, but will not re Eat eight and a half cents a pound; civic virtue, will he a big drawing card ty which attends so many young . For the first time since the bet - 'Wallin, this week, urday afternoon at the home of the member that there is such a thing as a eight from N. K. Plummer at eight of the Chautauqua. ting campaign on the nominations Quite a crowd from here went to grouch. American voices, has developed into bride's parents, Mr. anc: Mrs. J. T. cents; three from Frank Coleman at Judge presents a pleasing a for President by the Republican j Ephesus last Sunday. All report an Packard's crayon work is rapid al- eight cents; a cow from Henry Hall pearance,Alden an excellent speaking a real dramatic soprano with a splen- Aker. has party was opened in Wall street j enjoyable time with plenty of good most beyond belief, and his comments for did register and an actual dramatic Mrs. Johnson, of Barren Fork, ey $45; a cow Tchantz voice and delivers a message of origas he works, as well as some of his the financial district baturday made things to eat. Her extremely beautiful visited Mrs. C. B. Marcum. inal ideas which appeal to the good, talent. for $35, and a cow and calf from Theodore Roosevelt its favorite in sound judgment of every one in a voice was admirably suited to her Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Robins and pictures, are simply irresistible. There James Plummer Mrs. G. A. Estes is visiting relafor $45. manner both convincing and entertain- role, her rapid advancement artis- tives at Stearns. She is accompanied the money. One bet. of $5,000 even daughter, Salene spent Saturday and is nothing that does more good tban a Green Adams, of Pulaski, the "tall ing. His language is strong and simgood, hearty laugh, and enough of that on him was reported by one of the Sunday with Miss Nannie Davis. tically and vocally over her per by Master Evan and little sister, tonic will make doctors' bills and picture man" is in this section taking ple, pile driving in its' intensity and betting commissioners on the curb, Miss Nannie Bailey, who has been drugs almost formance of one year ago, when she Opal. unknown. Let the whole orders to enlarge pictures. searching In its analysis, illuminating who later said a flood of money was very sick with tonsilitis is improving. city turn out in a body Mrs. W. L. Wheeldon, of Clarence, and hear Pack"Aunt Cinda" James, who has been his subject with plenty of spicy hu- sang 'Amneris,' almost incredible." ready to be let doose at 4 to 4 on Mrs. M. C. Thompson is expecting ard and lay in a supply of mirth that quite mor, as no no one else could do, while was the guest Sunday of her sister, sick, is somewhat improved at Roosevelt's chances. Mention was her father his week from Indiana to will last indefinitely. striking mighty blows for truth. His Mrs. C. G. Ware returned home Mrs. J. M. Acton. this writing. made of $100,000 at those odds by spend the summer with her. subject will be "The Needs of the Thursday after a pleasant visit with Misses Oma Reynolds and Belvia one banker. The same commissioner There will be preaching at Watt's Bilious Attacks Greatly Benefited by Chamberlain's Hoar." her daughter, Mrs. James Wyatt at Gooch are visiting at Crab Orchard. reported a strange disappearance of Chapel next Saturday night and SunWhen you have a bilious attack Tatesville. Liniment Mrs. Hettie Nelson Coyler, of Hughes money, in evidence so abun- day. your liver fails to perform its functWoodstock, who was recently taken "I have used Chamberlain's Lini- Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and dantly earlier in the week. That Andrew Bailey sold a horse to M. ions. You become constipated. The ment for sprains, bruises and rheuDiarrhoea Remedy Restored to Good Health to Lakeland Asylum, died at thaB was attributed largely to the recent C. Thompson last weeTc. food you eat ferments in your stom- matic pains, and the great benefit "I was sick for four years with institution and the remains were This is a remedy that every family utterancb by the Justice that no Mr. Clarence Boone bought a bunch ach instead of digesting. This in- I have received justifies my recom- should be provided with, and espe- stomach trouble," writes Mrs. Otto brought home for burial last Tuesman had been authorised to act for of sheep and cattle this week. flames the stomach and causes mending it in the highest terms," cially during the summer months. Gans, Zanesville, Ohio. "I lost weight day. The deceased had many relathim in respect to any nomination Mr. and Mrs. William King went nausea, vomiting and a terrible head- writes Mrs., Florence Slife, Wabash, Think of the pain and suffering that and felt so weak that I almost gave ives here who extend their sympathy for President. Odds against the to Lancaster Tuesday, accompanied ache. Take Chamberlain's Tablets. In'd. If you are troubled, with rheu- must be endured when medicine must up hope of being cured. A friend to the bereaved ones. compromise candidates remained un- by their daughter, Mary Etto. They will tone up your liver, clean matic pains you will certainly be be sent for or before relief can be ob- told me about Chamberlain's Tablets, Master Oren Aker is sufferins changed, supporters of Fairbanks deMiss Willie King has returned home out your stomach and you will soon pleased with the prompt relief which tained. This remedy is thoroughly re and since using two bottles of them with a fractured arm as a result of manding 15 to 1 against their choice, from Mt. Vernon, where she has been be as well as ever. They only cost Chamberlain's Liniment taf fords. liable. Ask anyone who has used it. I have been a well woman." Obtain-- a fall as he returned from churcK" with 8 to 1 being the best offered, attending school. a quarter. Obtainable everywhere. able everywhere. everywhere. Sunday night. Obtainable everywhere. r dread-naughtI iJ .m of-It- sup-agreem- I Accom-postpon- ed , ... .. . ! ! 50-ce- nt 0. 7 , pas-terl- 7. t kveck-uningling- g. - ? "a"1 Na-ian- I two-year-o- ld , re-Hug- J - 1 Ar4-tk- m , Watt's I from-Godfr- , 1 Ob-tafnb- le The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, June 6, 1916. The Interior Journal Condensed Report of The S. M. SAUFLEY. Farm and Stock News Lincoln County National Bank, OF STANFORD, KY., May 1st, 1916. ASSETS: Interest Bearing Obligations Due Bank $484,143.41 Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 10,750.00 Cash and Due from Banks and U. S. Treas 52,589.65 $547,483.06 LIABILITIES: Capital, Surplus and Profits Circulation Total Deposits $158,542.77 98,400.00 290,540.29 $547,483.06 See Detailed Statement in Another Column. "Corner Next to Court-House- ." The Lincoln TrustCo . OF STANFORD, KY. Capital, $25,000. Under same management as The Lincoln National Bank, is now ready to serve you in pacity of EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR, DIAN, TRUSTEE, Etc, at the office of The County National Bank. "Corner Next To Court House." County the caGUAR- Lincoln that he "plays the game" for what he can get out of it for himself. They do believe that he is in public life to do public service, and that he is their good and faithful servant. For a while after the Democrats the tariff the 'Republicans apologized for prosperity by saying that it was merely a continuation of revised J. H. Wright, sold a nice Jersey cow to a Mr. Padgett, of Waynesburg $1 a Tear in Advance. Paper Stops When Time For "Which It is Paid, Expires. last week, for $65. Watson & Simpson, of Scott Entered at the Postoffice at Stanford, Ev., couniy made the fc'lowing sales of as Second Class Mail Matter. stock: to' Ben Robinson 18 cattle for $279; to W. W. Davis 2 for $45; to W. M. Hamilton, 6, for $180; to B. The Interior Journal is authorized F. Bridges, 23 for $920; to John to announce the following candidates, subject to the Democratic Primary, Sharp 13 for $500; to Neely Oles 2 for $65; to W. W. Powers 17 for August 5, 1916: FOR CONGRESS $415; to J. K. Sutton, 1 cow for $50; CHARLES F. MONTGOMERY to C. D. Barker 11 cattle for $363; HARVEY HELM to J. A. Tackett 10 for $315; to George Kinkead 13 for $370. Stock market w5 draggy Monday. President Wilson has approved the selection of Senator Ollie James as About 1,000 cattlewere at Flemings-bur- g and about half sold, light stuff the permanent chairman of the Dem$2.50 per head and heavy stuff $1 ocratic National Convention, and this means that the Kentuckian will be per cwt. lessthan a month ago. Buy named by the convention. It is a ers were not eager. Among the sales steers at $38.15, very unusual and distinguished hon .were 5 good 600-l11 heifers at $33.50, 10 good 650-lor which is being conferred upon the senior senator from Kentucky, steers at $48, 10 short yearlings at but the forward position he has won $38, 10 heifera 656 lbs. at 46.60, 7 steers at 33.75, 7 400-lin the councils of the party of the na- 450-lheifers $29. tion fully entitles him to it. It is steers at $28, 9 500-lprobable that there is no more effec 90, 6 heifers at $34.25, 2 cows and tive speaker upon the stump for j calves :it $60 and $65. Some stock democracy today than Ollie M. hogs sold at $8. About 15 or 20 mules James and he will be a power of sold at $110 to $175, and 40 or 50 horses for military use at $85 to strength in the battle this fall. $140. Mat Cohen, Commissioner of AgriIn his speech to the Naional Press culture, has issued the twenty-firClub, President Wilson based his biennial report of the Bureau of hope of the ultimate salvation of the Agriculture. Labor and Statistics world on the disinterested men and The report covers 500 pages and women who inhabit it. If it were deals with all of the work done by possible to analyze the faith that the the department or under the superAmerican people have in Woodrow vision of the department. An inWilson, it would be discovered that teresting division of the report his disinterestedness is his greatest is an article by Dr. S. F. Musselman, asset. The people do not believe State veterinarian, which deals with Editor and Proprietor Announcements Wheat II Harvest ! Working 1 v-xjr With alfalfa cutting now; barley ready for the blade, and in a couple of weeks the binders will be croino- in U ovovrr gnacii wucciL.1.1 .1. neia mat means busy days for the farmer; that means - cioth es: y OVERALLS and when you say overalls, that means O'BRYAN'S-the best; indigo blue; fast colors only; in any size from a child s 4 year to a man's 50. WORK SHIRTS The Tiger brand; long sleeves; long skirts; seams that never rip; colors that do not fade; sizes 3 to 9, at 50c. 1 1 b. b. b. b. b. WASH TROUSERS-- in khakis, blue pin checks and linens; in all sizes up to 50, at $1.00 and $1.50. WORK GLOVES We have plenty of them; most any kind and most any price a 10c Canvas, a 50c leather, a $1.00 and $1.50 horsehide and buckskin, with or without gauntlets. st The man who wants to work can find his work clothes with us Bug Finish A reliable and effective insecticide to be used in the dry form only, I for the control of many forms of leaf eating or chewing insects, worms or bugs found in gardens. pply Bug Finish on the following. I ( ( Potato Plants, Cabbage Plants Rambler Rose Vines :::::: , Republican good times. Then they said it was the war. And now they are saying that business is good merely because the country knows that Democratic rule is nearing the end. Their excuses are pitifully pleaded in every part of the. land, PUBLIC SALE but fortunately the Democrats may ignore them. Facts fight for Live Stock, Household Goods, Farming Implements, Etc. There Is more .Catarrh In this sectln of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be Incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced It Incurable. Science has proven Catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the only Constita-tioneuro on the market. It Is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials Address: K J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. al the eradication of the disease. At present a hog cholera campaign is being conducted in this State, the federal government cooperation with 'the' Live- - Stock Sanitary Board. In his' article, Dr. Mussel-ma- n says Kentucky's annual loss from hog cholera. is close to $2,000, 000. Mrs. Helen B. Wolcott, State Agent of the Girls Canning Club, reported that during the last year, home demonstration work was conducted in 25 counties under the supervision of 24 agents, with 922 girls and 600 women enrolled. foot-and-mou- th McRoberts & Bailey Street Main Stanford, Ky. MAMMOTH CAVE $9.85 for an All-Expen- se Two-Da- ys Trip From Stanford, Tuesday, June 27th Railroad fare $4.35, on sale for morning trains Board at hotel including the routes in the cave for S3.50. at all way stations. See L. & N. Agent. Tomato Plants, Melon Vines, Rose .Bushes, Penny's Drug Store PHONE 2 STANFORD, KY. Cavalry Horses Wanted! Mares or Geldings Aged from 5 to 9 Years I will be WANTED I want to buy a Black Poll Angus Bull. Yearling past. AdFRIDAY, JUNE-- 9, at 10:00 A. M., dress, Chas. Toms, Yosemite, Ky. 45-- 2 sell to the highest and best bidder, the following: Lincoln's Choice, dark THREE thousand dollars to loan bay stallion, by Kentucon blue grass real estate security. ky's Choice; big black See K. S. Alcorn, Stanford, Ky. 40ft mule jack; One extra good Jersey cow, one nice Duroc 'FOR RENT. 100 acres of good heavy with pigs; one good sow, grass land with lasting water. A. driving mare, bred to Lin44-- 2 W. Carpenter, Moreland, Ky. coln's Choice; one new Arnold buggy and harness; one set double show FOR Family, Stock and Poult harness, and harness, and wagon ry Medicines, see S. R. Stocker, "The other harness in good condition; plows; turning plows; double shov- Raleigh Man." He will call and tell Report of the condition of els, harrow, hoes and other imple- you of the merits of his medicines. THE LINCOLN TRUST COMPANY ments. All these articles are pracdoing business at the town of Stan- tically new, aSjthey were purchased IF you want your eyes fitted with ford, County of Lincoln, State of within the last ejghteen months. glasses call at. E. A. Phillip's store, Kentucky, at the close of business Household .Goods. Two dressers, Monday, June 12. All work guaranon first day of June, 1916. dining table and cha:rs; china closet; teed. Also fixed to do repair work. chifforobe, 3 bedsteads; four rock- Dr. J. Turner. 45-- 2 RESOURCES Loans and discounts $ 8,945.20 ers; library table; 2 book cases; 3 Due from Banks rugs; several smaller 15,942.91 large room-siz- e FOR SALE. Two or three fresh rugs; one davenport; one Singer sew- - Jersey cows. If not sold privately, Checks and other cash items; interest paid 81.49 ! ln machine; one Vacuum cleaner; before, will have them at the stock a ioi oi Kitcnen iurniture, ana otner pens on court day. John B. Other assets not included things too numerous to mention. Al44-- 3 under any of the above Stanford. heads 37.07 so 40 thoroughbred Rhode Island Red hens and 125 chickens; a num FOR SALE. Two beds of improvTotal $25,006.67 ber of turkeys, guineas, etc. Terms made known on day of sale ed Standard Burley Tobacco; plants LIABILITIES ready to set with a setter. S. J. Capital Stock, paid in, in EDW. NOLAN, Eubanks, Kentucky Embry, Stanford. 43-- tf I will on 1 """""""""J If you wear B. V. D., or Porosknit Underwear. We have your size in stock. RJ trip tickets B You Will Keep Cool i W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Kentucky ( The Little Gent's Suit, Cam-enisc- h, WA . Til I cash $25,000.00 Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid.. 6.67 CENT-A-WOR- D ADS at Carter's Stable, Stanford, Monday, June 12, county court day. Bring in your horses Total $25,006.67 State of Kentucky, County of Lincoln, Set. We, W. H. Shanks (Ads here are cent a word each issue, cash with order: no ad. less than 25c each issue.) i FOR SALE An Indiana Silo lOx 28 ; has been used only 2 years painted each year and is in first class condition; will sell cheap. Inquire at 45-4- t. this office. FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, Pictures and Mouldings. W. A. Trib-bl- e, Stanford. 42tf STANFORD BUS LINE. Transportation via automobile Roadsters, touring cars and five and Rates for one or more by mile, trip, hour or day. Your patronage solicited and appreciated. Call Edwin Welburn, headquarters, St. Asaph Hotel. seven-passengers. fl 'MTT L r A N. H. Nicholasville, Ky. PEEL BUY YOUR FOR SALE. High bred Jersey and W. M. Bright, President and Secretary and heifer calf. H. R. Saufley, Stanford. Treasurer of the above named Trust Company, do solemnly swear that the SEE W. H. Higgins' New Oil Cook above statement is true to the best Stove before you buy elsewhere. 45-- 2 of our knowledge and belief. W. H. SHANKS, President, FOR SALE. Fine Jersey cow. W. M. BRIGHT, s. Mrs. Geo. H. Farris, Stanford. 43- -tf Subscribed and sworn to before me this 3rd day of June, 1916. My ROOMS! As we will do private commission expires Feb. 7, 1920, housekeeping in the future, I have W. W. Saunders, Notary Public some desirable rooms to rent in the Correct Attest: R. L. Hubble, W. Veranda Hotel: will rent them fur H. Shanks, J. W. Rochester, nished or unfurnished. Miss Ella May Saunders, Stanford. 45-- 2 Sec-Trea- J ffm WHHPB mil in ii BINDERS Binder Twine, Grain Cradles, Mowers, Hay Rakes, etc., from STANFORD, KENTUCKY TREES We Will Save You Money on frigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Coolers, Etc. ALSO LAWN MOWERS AND GARDEN TOOLS. Re- Shade and Fruit Trees, Strawberry Plants, Grape Vines, Shrubs, Aspar-gu- s, Rhubarb, Hedging, etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Free Catalogs No Agents H. F. Hillenmeyer & Sons, Lexing-ton- , Ky. i They should be selected with the utmost care. First get him a "Woolly Boy" suit then the battle is over, if (umH they are all pure wool, IN 1 w&H sewed throughout with pure dye silk thread; cut to fit and hang as they should. For the same money for cheaper suit, we can selLyou a "Woolly Boy," then match the looks, wear and shape. No other like "Woolly Boy." Exlusive agency at l ROBINSONS HMaV Rakes and Hoes, Water Coolers and Binder Twine. See us before you buy I w. H. HIGGINS " THE OLD RELIABLE" GEORGE H. FARRIS. i j. REMEDYFORMEN. AT YOUR DRUGGIST. sKHaSSnfP T. D. Newland & Son, Opposite the Court-House, Phone No. 168. Stanford, Kentucky. -- . v a- -- . The Interior Journal. Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, June 6, 1916. Begin Their Big June Clearance Sale IBHaWaBaaBaaBBaBalaBBBaBaMalaMaBaWaBaMaMaMaBaB Welsh & Wiseman Co. Tomorrow, Wednesday, June 7th and will continue the sale two weeks. All goods thru-ou- t entire stock at reduced prices. Don't fail to attend Welsh & Wiseman Co., Danville, Ky. Mrs. R. T. Bruce spent Monday in i MILLINERY BARGAINS. Joe H. Murphy has returned to John Hays, of North Carolina pass- - i some farm interests. The cause of Richmond with relatives. Beginning Wednesday, June 7 and ed away at the home of his nephew, his death was Bright's disease. His his home at McKinney, Texas. ' Condensed Statement of Sam Fisher, of Danville spent the , Mat Myers is able to be out after continuing until Saturday, June 17, J. S. Hodges, of near Highland, June i body after being embalmed by J. C. we will have on sale our entire stock ; 1. The deceased was 58 years old and McClary was shipped to Elk Park, week end with his parents, Mr. and quite a tussle with a sick spell. i .TV . lpff r'r.KV. T??.Viov1 P.irTi of trimmed hats, nothing over $1.50;, had come to Highland looking after N. C. Mrs. Spears Fisher. .. . fnr , .IMW..U1.U VSWW, Mrs. A H. Severance and son, mond Saturday where he will be the children's hats 7oc. Take advantage ( of the bargains we offer. Warren Heath are the guests of friends and guest of friends for a few days. 45-- 1 Sisters. relatives at Richmond. Misses Sallie and Mary Burdette Miss Emma "Warren and Miss May spent Sunday with Mr. Bowen Gover Heard About Town Bracket, of CJncjnna,ttiare.at home .at, his country home., Of Stanford, Ky., j for a while. Miss Ruth Fields, 'of- Hustonville W. L. McCarty sold a handsome ' Dr. D. B. Southard spent, tiie week was the guest of Miss Mary Hill Gar-en- d Dodge touring carrtoDr.- - W.-B- . Comptroller May . Made to the ; , at .Louisville atte'ndingto some man Sunday. Li' last week. v .,; .:; business' affairs. Mr. W. A. Underwood and Missi H. C. Carpenter and E. B. Camp- COMPOUND OF SIMPLE LAXA- c. '"Tlrs. Patsy" Brown, spent- Sunday Elizabeth Holtzclaw are at Cincinnati TIVE HERBS RECOMMENDED bell went to Cincinnati Sunday and in Laucaster with her son, Mr. Oppie visiting her sister, Miss Lissie Holtz-- ! brought overland a new Oakland RESOURCES: car. FOR CONSTIPATION Brown claw. Mrs. J. R. Harivs Tias been quite Monday Mrs. J. D. Wearen left Miss Katy Lynn Wood is expected $230,956.48 Loans, stocks and bonds When a remedy has stood the test for Gilbert's Creek where she will home the latter part of the week to ill at the hospital in Danville, but re50,000.00 ports from her bedside are encour- of critical analysis and strong compeU. S. Bonds visit Mrs. J. E. Euck. spend the summer months with her Dr. L. F. Jones, of Crab Orchard parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Wood. aging. 9,521.54 Banking House and other Real Estate tition for over a quarter of a century Mr. Joe Gibson and mother, Mr. and establishes usl' as the indispenwas in Louisville a few days during Mr. and Mrs. George Breedlove 48,509.18 Cash and Due from Banks the latter part of the week on busi- are receiving congratulations upon and Mrs. Ralph Longsworth, Mrs. sable household remedy in thousands ness. the birth of a son June 1. The little Girdler, Miss Flora Crawford and of homes, it is pretty good evidence $338,987.20 Total, Mr. G. B. Crawford motored thru of its efficacy. Mrs. J. R. Masterson, of Lebanon fellow has been named Oscar. Monday to visit Junction came in Mrs. John Ford and Mrs. B. H. from Somerset Sunday and spent a Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin has LIABILITIES: G. W. Cabell. her mother, Mrs. Hammontree, of Lebanon Junction, few hours here. The trip was made been on the market since 1889, its Bryan Perkins left Saturday for who have been visiting the latter's inva big Hudson Six. use being gradually extended until $ 50,000.00 Capital Stock Paint Lick, where he caught in a mother, Mrs. G. W. Cabell" returned 'Harvey Wilkinson, who is making now it is regarded by druggists as 33,119.50 Surplus and Undivided Profits J1" game of beseball betwen that team to theis home Sunday. a most efficient secretary to Con- the staple laxative, iz is a combina206,667.70 and Berea College. Deposits Mr. Hubert Carpenter, of Stan- - j gressman Harvey Helm at Washing- tion of simple laxative herbs, free Mrs. Lucy Miller Bartley is in ford was the guest of Mr. Robert ton, accompanied his chief on his from opiates or narcotic drugs, gen49,200.00 Circulation MR. FRANK KLIMA Boyle this week, the guest of Miss Briggs McDowell, at his home on trip home Monday, nad will spend tle in its action and positive in effect. Virginia Givens. She will attend the i the Perryville road. Danville Advo a short vacation here win his par It costs only fifty cents a bottle and greatest known remedy for indiges- $338,987.20 Total, Carnival at Danville, while there. cate. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilkinson. constipation and stomach trou can be purchased in drug stores any-jtio- n, ' Mrs. J. M. Phillips went over to be Miss Mayme Singleton is expected bles. C. Anderson sold a Ford where. Agent H. yond Richmond Sunday and her moth- home Friday to spend the summer touring car late last week to J. H. Get a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's SyrMr. Frank Klima, of 2309 Ashland .Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Andrews have er, Mrs. Adams, who has been very with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gar- Hill, who will find it very useful in Ave., Baltimore, Md., wrote Dr. Cald- up Pepsin from your druggist and Personal and Social returned to their home at Sherman, sick returned with her for a while. land Singleton. She has been at Rich- his traveling operations through the well recently that he had tried about keep it in the house. A trail bottle Mr. Lee Cook, who has been visit- mond for the past months attending lower counties. Mr. Anderson is everything without being helped un- -' free from charge, can be obtained by Texas. Chautauqua. June 21-2- 7 ing Mrs. J. R. Corn at Lancaster, school. Capt. and almost making a record of a Ford a til he got a bottle of Dr. Caldwell's I writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 454 june 7. The Sewing Circle will son, Shelby, Mrs. J. L. B. Coffey and returned to his home at London Mrs. C. H. Campbell and mother, day. Syrup Pepsin, which he considers the Washington St., Monticello, 111. have meetwith Miss Anne D. McRoberts i home in Frankfort. returned to their "Mrs. Prewitt, left Tuesday for Los , John Stevenson, .who, has been at zt 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon. Mrs. Ike Phillips an'd" "daughter, Angeles, California, 'where Mr. Bryan Perkins, leavesfor Isai .Cincinnati for the, winter holding Silver Medal Contest June 3. Wood are at 'Lancaster as the Campbell is in 'business" and where under the auspices of W. C. T. U. Paint Lick, where he will work at the guests of her daughter, ' Mrs. O. P. they will ma"ke their future home, down a very responsible place in a machine shop, passed thru yesterday at Graded School building. Three con- ' insurance business for the summer. Brown. much to the regret of Jtheir 'host of on his way to his home at Crab Ors will speak Mr. testants from Stanford ""C.Wayand: ) Miss Delia Rice Hughes, of Lan- friends here. chard, where he will spend the sumagainst three from Laucaster. Come daughters, were here' Sunday with caster, who has been visting Mrs. J. W. R. Rice, who has been repre- mer. good her mother, Mrs. Woodie Hale. out and hear them and help a W. Acey for several days, returned senting the Walter A. Wood farm J. W. Baughman is still laid up at to her home Monday. cause. The street oil, which was order machinery company, traveling thru his home on Somerset pike, his ed by the Woman's Club, a Miss Adelia Russel, who has been Alabama, Mississippi and west Tenn' Robert H. Coffey returned to his friends will regret to know. attending school at Midway for the essee, is here with his wife, the guest ial Club and the City of Stanford ar home at Youngstown, Ohio, Sunday. Miss Gertrude Wilkinson has gone , past school term came home this week of Mr. George P. Bright and family. rived and is now at the depot. The Miss Rugy Hilton is spending a few to Richmond and from there will go to to spend the summer with her mother, Mr. and Mrs. Rice will soon go to tank contains some where between Lexington and Cincinnati visiting Mrs. W. P. Kincaid. with Miss Nancy Hunn. days Jackson, Tennessee to make their eight and ten thousand gallons of H. C. Baughman,, who has friends. Mrs. oil and will be spread as soon as the Mr. Frank Reynolds and Miss Em- home. Misses Berta Jean Penny and Em- ma Reynolds, of Cincinnati, passed been on the sick list, for some time, weather permits. ma Noe, of the Conservatory of Mu-ci- s, is reported as improving. The Committee in charge of the thru here Monday on their way to Jim Brady has accepted a posiCincinnati, spent Sunday and Brodhead to visit their father, Mr. Mr.Wenl-And-Cu- M. Chautauqua tickets have begun work tion in the shoe department of a Monday with the former's parents, Andrew Sutton. in earnest and will deliver at once large department store at Cynthiana. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Penny, here. all the tickets which have been sub'Gets-I- t' Mrs. Bevelry Rout and handsome scribed for, so please have the mo little son Bevelry, Jr. returned Saturday from Louisville, where they The Hew Flan Corn Cure That's as ney ready, when they call in order to save time and trouble. Ticket have been for the past several Sure as the Rising Son. Committee. months. "Glad to neat you!" says the razor Miss Minnie Rupley, who has been to the corn. 'Til bleed for you!" says News comes from Asheville, N. C.r razor. Razors the corn teaching at a school for the deaf in corns love to theother. Corns loye.and that Prescott Brown, youngest son each, to Minnesota arrived the first of the of Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Brown, has acweek to spend the summer with her cepted a nice position in that hust father, Mr. R. L. Rupley. ling city, where his brother, Russell j 8:00 O'clock P. M. R. R. Fox, a prominent and popBrown, has been located for some ular farmer of the Marksbury sec time in a big bank. Young Brown Garrard, took a train here tion of has just graduated from Stanford Sunday for London where he went on High School, and his many warm j business. friends will wish him the best of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hollar, on the sucess in his new location. J. F. Cook place, east of town, are Mrs. Maggie Gover and son, Shirbeing congratulated upon the birth ley, returned to their home at Crab ' of a daughter in heir home on May Orchard late last week, young Mr. 29th. The little lady has been nam-- j Gover having finished most successed Fannie E. fully the full course in the Stanford You ought to have the most suitable Washington The Courier-Journal- 's High School. He will probably take "correspondent said Sunday: On his collegiate course in Transylvania stationery you can get, whether you're Wfcy, O "Why, Did I Do It? Gets-- It Monday Representative Helm intro University, and after that take a spe-ci- a for Me After This If I Live!" job, or accepting a pro-poswriting for a law course at Yale. Few young duced to wiison nis rela- be cut, picked, gouged, salved, plastered and jerked out, they tives, Mrs. Eliza Blain, of Stanford, men have brighter prospects before marriage, or simply sending Mr. and Mrs. ST. LOUIS, MO. Ky., and Mrs. Luther C. Willis, of them than he. realize it now, they use "Gets-It- " long gossipy letter to chum. instead it's the wonderful, simple Shelbyville; Miss Mary Bruce, of corn-cur- e Ed Nolan, a well known young that never fails. 2 Stops secit Stanford, and Miss Bessie Lawson, pain. You apply once,in the corn farmer near Eubank, is advertising onds, it dries at H. & L. & N. of Shelbyville. Mrs. Blaine and Miss is doomed. Nothing to stick, to the a sale of high class horse stock, etc., stocking or press on the corn. It in today?s issue of the I. J. Mr. Bnice spent the week here sight-seeinto plasters, salves, means good-nigYou The KENTUCKY DEMOCRATIC SPECIAL, consoling of all steel, electric lighted. and have gone on to Hnutington diggers, razors andshoes. Your corns Nolan will shortly accept a position supply is composed of styles, tints and weights to coaches, reclining chair cars and Pullman sleepers, will leave Louisville Union S tation can wear smaller Monday. June 12th, at 10:00 p.m., and arrive at St. Louis Tuesday. June 13th at short visit to friends. Mrs. will come right off, "clean as a whis- on the Q. & C, and will have to disfor a pleas & variety of tastes. It makes writing a real uiv a. m. aay oeiore me (.oaveaboa. tle." Never inflames healthy Willis and Miss Lawson were dele- The world's biggest selling corn flesh. pose of his great young stallion, cure. pleasure. And our prices Your Money's vVorth- SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARES IN EFFECT "Gets-It- " Is sold by druggists everygates from Shelbyville to the bienniLincoln's Choice, by Kentucky's ( or sent where, 25c a bottle, Chicago, direct by .Choice, and his other livestock. BarFor sleeper reservations or further information call, write or phone 111. al convention of the Federation of E. Lawrence & Co., Women's- Clubs, now in session in R. F. PENN, T.P.A. H. L. SWEENEY. C.P.A. Sold in Stanford and recommend- - gain buyers can certainly get some Louisville, Ky. Both Phones 1134 Louisville. Ky. New; York, and stopped over in ea as .the world's best corn remedy, good stuff at this sale. Read about i Washington fo a; few days'. .., it in another column. Pharmacy., by the Lincoln j t The First National Bank 11916 '- - Every Family Needs This Splendid Remedy on . . , -- - ; ( ! -- - to-d- ay -- j and-iMr"- Formal Opening : , G0LDENDAWN SPRINGS -- Here'sMr. -- SSa At YOSEMITE, KY. Thursday, June 8 Music and Refreshments i JASON LAWH0RN, Prop. & Mgr. When You Write Letters al ! of a grow-faster- . Democratic National Convention L. OFFICIAL TRAIN St .l. "Went-and-Cut- -It Our Stationery irwmisi R. R. i g, ht toe-bundli- - The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. V I SbTFj The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, June 6, 1916. " " "" m June Clearance Begins Thursday, June 8th, 1916 TAILORED SUITS HALF PRICE We offer you our entire line of over one hundred newest style Tailored Suits at half their former prices. We include all--r the Wooltex suits as well as New York made garments. All the materials in these suits are foreign dyes and cannot be replaced at the first prices. all-wo- ol THIS SALE IS AN" OFFERING OF BONA FIDE REDUCTIONS ON EVERY ARTICLE IN ONE OF THE BEST ASSORTED AND HIGHEST GRADE STOCKS OF DRY GOODS AND LADIES' GARMENTS TO BE FOUND IN KENTUCKY; ONLY SUCH MERCHANDISE AS IS WANTED BY THE VERY PARTICULAR TRADE. IN VIEW OF THE PRESENT MARKET CONDITIONS, EVERY PURCHASE YOU MAKE WILL BE MONEY SAVED. BRING THIS AD WITH YOU IT WILL HELP YOU TO MAKE SELECTION ings, at ;. 9c 2 2c Best Fast Color Dress Ginghams at..10c 1 WASH GOODS Fast color Cheviot Shirt1 -- Come in the Mornings! Terms, Spot Cash! No Goods Laid Aside or Sent on Approval! SPECIALS Best fast dye 7c Apron Ginghams 12-2Strictly all linen Russian Crash only a few pieces and no more to be had at any price. 62c full size 8 x90-iBleached Sheets; hemmed ready for use; worth 62 J c 80c now 50c yard A very fine quality Richardson genuine Irish Linen in remnants of one to five yards. Regular price is 90c yard piece $1.30 for of fine Marquis Long Cloth $1.30 $1.50 Tub Silk Petticoats in solid colors and fancy stripes $1.50 $1.45 Pure Crepe de Chene Shirt Waists. C dras at 18c real Chambray Ma- 14c Tail$15.00 ored suit, now $7.50 Tail$18.95 ored suit, now. $9.87 $25.00 Wooltex Suit, $ 1 2.50 now $35.00 Wooltex Suit, now $ 17.50 $25 Crepe Silk Poplin Suit, now $10.00 all-wo- ol HOUSEHOLD LINENS Our entire stock of Table Linens, Napkins, Towels, Etc., were bought at old prices, and where they can be had at all now, would cost one third to- one half - 7c yard more. SILK SHIRT WAISTS We still have an immense line of Georgette and Crepe de Chene Waists in stock and these will cost much more to replace, but they too, go in this sale, at a very greatly reduced price for this sale only. Genuine Punjab Percales at 10c 35c Imported Dress Ginghams at 25c Best Fast Color Apron Ginghams at 7c-18c Galatea Cloth, now But to show you that we are holding back nothing in this sale we offer our entire line Household Linens at a special discount, and advise our trade to buy all you can use. at 12 l-- 2c 1 n. SILK DRESSES HALF PRICE $12.50 Taffeta Silk Dresses now $6.25 $ 5 Taffeta and Crepe Silk Dresses $7.50 1 CHILDREN'S DRESSES We are sole agents here for the t-Princess line of Children's Dresses every one guaranteed Fast Dye. These are all sizes from 2 to 6 year sizes and during this sale will offer at greatly reDetroi1 $6.00 Finest Georgette and Crepe Waists, now $3.95 $4.50 Finest Georgette and Crepe Waists, now $2.95 .. T7: r i5 75 rinesi georgette andi L.repe yj.i j Waists, now $2.50 L 36-i- n ing at 24c 50c Sport Stripe Skirting Sport Stripe Skirt- at 39c SPRING COATS 1 2-ya- rd duced prices. All our present stock are foreign Fast Dyes and we advise purchase now. GOLD JEWELRY During this sale we offer our entire line of Solid Gold Jewelry at a big discount from old prices, Cameos, Brooches, La-vallie- rs, $25.00 Silk Dresses, $ 1 2.50 now $35.00 Silk Dresses, $17,50 now We call special attention to a few very handsome Afternoon Dresses one of a style which sold at $45.00, $50.00, $65.00. FINE SILK DRESSES, $3.98 We offer choice of 25 Silk Dresses carried over from last year for $3.98. The materials are pure Silk Taffetas, Crepes Pussy Willow, Etc., and prices were $15.00 to $30.00. It will pay you to buy these just for the silk in them. HALF PRICE $5 Wool Sport Coats now $2.50 $6.00 White Velvet Cord Coats $3.00 $6.00 Covert Coats, now $3.00 15c yard Heavy quali- ty Huck Toweling, 20 15c inches "wide 95c White Satteen Pet95c ticoats 98c Choice of 50 Mens and Womens Umbrellas, worth $1.50, now 98c 8c Full bleached Huck 8c Towels, 8x36 75c Small lot of Wirth-mo- r Waists; single waists of a style left from last few weeks selling; all 75c perfect 98c yard Choice of a small lot of very fine Silk Dress Patterns, reduced from $2 and $2.25 a yd. 18c Fine quality plain white Voile, 40 inches wide, was 25 c. Now in great demand for waists 18c and dresses 58c yard Genuine Irish Linen Table Damask pure linen weft and 60 58c inches wide 90c Pr. Celebrated pure Silk Hose, in black and colors 90c 1 Mc-Callu- Stick Pins, Chains, Rings, Etc. It will even pay you to buy your Christmas presents now. MUNSING UNION SUITS Also all kinds of Neckwear, Kid Gloves, Fabric Gloves, Hosiery, Jewelry, Etc., at reduced prices. LADIES' FURNISHING During this sale you can buy Gossard Corsets, Warners' Rust Proof Corsets and Redfern Corsets at reduced prices. $10.00 Covert Coats, now $5.00 $17.50 Wooltex Coats now $8.75 $25.00 Wooltex Coats now $12.50 DIX MAKE and PRINCESS HOUSE DRESSES All made of fast color materials. Perfect fitting and made in best possible manner. $1.25 House Dresses, ,. now 95c $1.75 House Dresses, now $1.25 $2.50 House Dresses, now $1.75 $3.50 Porch Dresses, These at are remarkable values. half-pric- e TWO AND SILK SUITS Lon-dre- s THREE-PIEC- E A special discount will be made on all of the Celebrated Munsing Union Suits for Women and Children during this sale. HALF PRICE $25.00 Gros de DRESS SILKS Every piece of Silk in our stock will be sold at reduced prices during this sale. All colors in Taffetas, Crepe de Chenes and Georgette Crepes. Fine assortment new Stripes for dresses and waists. and Taffeta Suits, now $12.50 $35.00 Pure Dye Taffeta Suits now...$ 17.50 $37.50 Three Piece Taffeta Suits $18.75 $42.50 Three Piece Gros de Londres Suits, now. $21.50 MUSLIN UNDERWEAR During this sale we will offer our entire line of Muslin and Crepe Gowns, Corset Covers, Combination and Envelope Chemise at special low prices. PARTY AND DANCE DRESSES, $5 We will offer choice of more than twenty excellent styles in Taffeta, Satin and Crepe Party Dresses for $5.00. None were less price than $12.50 to $18.00. REMNANTS 5c , Thursday morning at 9 o'clock we will sell a table full of remnants of assorted Wash Goods at Choice for 5c Yard WHITE GOODS Hundreds of pieces of White Goods in both plain and fancy, for dresses, shirt waists, skirts and underwear will be offered during this sale at reduced prices. BED SPREADS now LINEN LAWNS, DRESS LINENS All our open stock of colored and white dress linens, Linen Sheeting, Pillow Linens, Etc., will be at reduced prices. $2.95 $4.00 Porch Dresses, now $3.25 EXTRA SPECIAL Houses Dresses 69 Cts. Choice of about seventy-fiv-e House Dresses that sold at $1.00 and $1.25, now 69c About twenty-fin- e Bed Spreads in pink, white and blue all fast colors slightly soiled, at but little over half price. m WHITE AND WASH DRESSES While these are rjght in season they too, will have to go into this sale at reduced prices. Terms Cash! No Goods Sent On Approval! A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO. gm v 111 IC n t vi c k v Terms Cash! No Goods Sent n Apprvai!