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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): May 22, 1917 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1917 int1917052201_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): May 22, 1917 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Established I860 58th Year. No. LAND, STOCK AND CROP & Hnllnrd sold to Jones & hops nt 14c. Pcnci' & Wllmot sold to T. W. hogs nt 14c. d Jones 18 E. T. Pence, Sr., sold to Jones & d hogs nt 14c. Cress four Leo lluyden sold G3 fleeces of wool to R. I HulWc nt 50 cents n pound. J. S. Turpin sold to George II. Far- ris n very fine Jersey milk cow for $100. Frank Lawrence sold to J. M. Cress n small lot of corn nt $8.50 n The Interior Journal 41 " - . Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, SALE WELL ATTENDED The sale of A. T. Nunnelloy nt his farm on the Prcachersvillc pike Saturday, was well attended. Col. John B. Dinwiddic, as usual worked hard for the high dollar. Good prices were realized on most everything, but on nccount of the high prices of feed stuff nnd the scarcity of grass, the bidding on live stock was slow. There were a number of candidates there shaking hands with their fiends and each was confident of being the nominee of the office ho seeks. The following live stock was sold: stud to J. B. Lawrence filly to Jack for $11; Snoonnmorc for $93; Norman filly to R. M. Blnckcrby for blind mare to $141; B. F. Cain for $30; stud pony to W. L. McCarty for $100; sow and seven pigs to George Wilder for $G3; black heifqr to J. T. Rigsby for $37; black heifer calf to J. W. Peak for $37; red Shorthorn bull to J. W. Williams for $105. Mr. Williams also bought a yearling bull roan cow for $35 and a for $08.50; red yearling bull to Richard Young for $43.50; milk cow to Cyrus Gover for $80; young Jersey cow and calf to R. L. Berry for $40; Jersey cow to Rich Young for $07.50. One-year-old two-year-o- ld one-year-o- ld Tuesday, May 22, 1917 Tuesd jfeiL rr rk-w- r nd Fridays ft- - l. (' LATEST WAR NEWS FINE BACCALAUREATE SERMON The Buccnlnurente sermon prench-c- d A division of United States reguby Dr. J. W. Porter, of the First lars will carry the Stars and Stripes Bnptist church of Lexington, nt the to France at the enrliest date pracFir?t Baptist church Sundny night ticable. President Wilson has ordered was one of the best things of the kind Mnj. Gen. Pershing to lead an expeut Hustonville Sunday afternoon, af- ever heard in Stanford. Although Dr. ditionary force to Frnncc to ter services nt the Presbytcrinn Porter had trnveled a day nnd night with tho troops as church, conducted by Rev. VnnDyko. in coming from the Baptist conven- soon as it enn be made ready. Gen. years old nnd the tion nt New Orleans, he showed no Pershing is n veteran of the Dcccnscd was n grcnter pnrt of his long life was spent sign of fatigue and put all tho life War nnd led the Amcricnn in Lincoln county, where everybody necessary to make his sermon one troops in the expedition into Mexico and only a few days before the wns his friend. For the past decade long to be remembered. His subject last fall in search of the bandit Villa. election did publicly .announce that he had made his home with his chil- was "The Century's Call for Culture" By proclamation the President also he would vote for Mr. McChcsney. dren, spending most of the time with nnd he gave many good reasons why has called upon the young manhood barrel, delivered. As to his connection with the reAnderson bought of Joe cent closing of the hop joints in Mrs. Taylor, but he frequently came culture should be obtained, impress- of the country to respond to the seV. M. back to Hustonvillle, where he al- ing his hearers that education was lective military service call. The Bu.s! 50 bnrrels of corn at $7.50 a Stanford the following are the facts: ways met a warm reception. Mr. Giv- essential to cutlurc. He told of the drafted army will not be assembled barrel nt the crib. Police Judce R. L. Davison ferreted cns had been n member of the Pres- advantages of tho boy nnd girl todny until September, Secretary of War Henry Hudson sold to Emmett out the evidence, secured the taking byterian church there for many over those of several decades ago anu Baker has announced, but by that four hogs averaging 222 out of the warrant, hunted up the years and it was fitting that his re- the comparative ease which an edu- time the regular American troops pounds nt 14 lnw nnd I am informed by those who .1. II Murphpy, out on the Hustonmains were brought there for the last cation can be had in this day of probably will be in action against the attended the trial that my friend Mr. sad rites. He is survived by three graded nnd high schools. Said he: Germans. June 5 has been set apart ville pike, sold to Perk Hamilton 21 Hill was so feeble nnd tendcrfooted hogs at 14 children R. H. Givcns, of Alnbama, "My father thought that the tutor in for all men between the ages of 21 in the prosecution that the Police s colleges and 30, both inclusive, to register for Taylor and Powell, of the home or tho Mcsdames Rigsby & Thompson bought of J. Judge, himself, took an nctivc part Bradfordsvillc, his wife, who was a were the only places for the young military service, and all Federal nnd two in the prosecution nnd often preventM. Pcttus three horses, one sister of Dr. Edward Alcorn, of Hus- to get their educations, but I am for local civil officers are required to give and three years old for $300. ed incompetent proof from going tonville, having died 33 years ago. public schools where neither the fam- their services in accomplishing the Squire William Fields sold to Em- before the jury without any objecHis first wife, who only lived a short ily standing nor the clothes count, registration. The Kentucky Nntional mett McCormnck 28 hogs ranging in tions on the part of Mr. Hill and afwhile, was a Miss Patton. One child, but where merit i considered." He Guard will be called into the Federweight from 125 to 200 pounds at ter all the trial only resulted in a who died in its infancy, was the fruit paid a glowing tribute to the schools al service on August 5. to 14c. hung jury. The real truth in the mat12 of the first marriage. Deceased was of Kentucky as well as those who have Joe E. Wright, the Junction City ter is that the hop business had beOne of the primary aims of Emhigh up in Masonry nnd nfter the given of their time and talent in mak- peror William in the war is to make jack man, shipped to W. T. Coker, of come so dull that the proprietors funeral the bod;:' was turned over to ing them what they are. Ho admon- the Central Empires the backbone of Delhi, La., two fine jacks last week. voluntary offered to quit, provided members of that order, many lodges ished all of the graduates who could a Prussian world empire, consolidatHe got a small fortune for the pair. their licenses were refunded. being represented in the gathering. possibly do so to get a collegiate edu- ing Germany, TurDr. J. R. Stiffier, of Irvine, who was Now Mr. Hill has been city attorthat if there key and Bulgaria into one strong DR. W. B. HUNN KILLED An immense crowd attended the fu- cation, and he hoped here last week the guest of friends, ney for about one year and a half, such and were economic bought a saddle horse, six years old, and it was believed by the good citiNews came to Stanford Saturday neral and followed the remains to were those who craved unit, a Washington disbeautiful city of the not able to pay their way, that there patch says. The major portion of the of Sam Helm, of the West End, for zens of the city that he would put morning that Dr. W. B. Hunn, the Hustonville's might be those who would help them. program has been accomplished, "Hops" out of business. The same 150. Shelby City physician, dead. e "The men of means can make no betlaw has been on the statute books all had suicided by shooting, but it turns James Thompson, of the of the disposition of lands in ter investment than to help the wor- France, Belgium and Russia, and section, bought of Arch Mi- the time and had Mr. Hill used the out that the killing was accidental, as SENIORS ENTERTAINED thy under such circumstances. It is much fighting will bo necessary to shoats at 12c. Mr proper efforts and energy he could the following from the Danville Adller 12 Last Thursday evening Dr. and easily have prevented the hop joints vocate shows: Dr. Hunn had been Mrs. T. W. Pennington delightfully better than nutting money in land. set up a barrier to these plans. Thompson sold to Ed Stevens a All nvnilable American ships, the horse mule for S150. from taking out license or if he fail- called to the Bodner residence to at- entertained for the Senior Class. The cattle or bank stock," he shouted. Dr. Stigall Bros., have sold their splen- ed in that he could have easily se- tend a member of the family who is house was artistically decorated with Porter urged all to be patriotic; to seized German liners, and all the country in this time ships Great Britinn can spare from Pustand for their cured the proper prosecution and ill. He spent the night there. This flowers and American flags. An did farm on Cumberland river in trouble; to fight for it and give of her own needs, will soon be carrving laski county to Bourne Goggin, of would have long since freed the city morning about daylight he started feature of the evening was of means toward Mr. that county, for a fancy sum. Ten- of same. ThcMyhole truth of the mat- out of the house carrying his coat on a drawing contest. Each one was their He congratulated promoting war- war munitions and great quantities the school for of railroad sunnlies to Russia. Goggin recently sold his farm to ter is that the Police Judge is en- his arm. In the coat he carried a re- supposed to make a sketch of some fare. man who Senate nnd House conferees ngreed nessee parties and was in Lincoln titled to the entire credit for trying volver, which dropped to the ground one present. It was amusing, for having nt its hend toa his country had in on disputed points in the bill increaslooking for a place. The I. J. regrets to stop the "nuisances" here in the as he stepped into the yard. The fall each one to see themselves as others dedicated his life city. that he did not find one. caused the poistol to explode and the sec them. The pictures were judged time of battle. Said he: "There may ing the enlisted strentrth of the navy In regard to holding courts of in- charge struck Dr. Hunn in the breast, and Miss Matsy Grimes' production be some who think he shouldis have from 87.000 to 150,000 men and the Approximately 20 per cent of each over Marine Corps from 17,000 to 30,000. potato pared by ordinary household quiry. Mr. Hill has been acting as ranging up. Death was instantaneous. of Francis Weatherford, and Maurice waited until commencement Official recognition has been exyears of age Tucker's sketch of Miss Jean Paxton before he left for tarining, but I methods is lost in the process. The Mr. Burch's assistant for over a year He was about forty-si- x I admire the loss includes much and sometimes all and he has had plenty of opportuni- and was a son of the late George were selected as the most original want to tell you that and praise him tended to the Y. M. C. A. by Presiof the man of the portion of the tuber containing ty (while the county has been pay- Hunn. He had been practicing medi- and life like. Miss Grimes received manlinessact." He had reference to dent Wilson as a "valuable adjunct and asset" to the army. important soluble salts. Potatoes that ing two salaries) to have made the cine in the Junction City vicinity for a box of chocolates and Mr. Tucker for his Prof. Wilson, who is at Fort Benia-mi- n The commanding officer at Fort are boiled and baked in their skins investigations and put out the hop a number of years. He was a gradu u silk During the paid his Rosecrans reports that two lookouts Harrison in lose practically none of their food joints which he says exist in various ate of Centre College, having been evening ices, cakes and mints were respects to those training. He preachers who want there observed a submarine off the ports ot tlie county and wnicn no so valedictorian of the class of 1891. He served. Mrs. Pennington was ably value. to go to war as chaplains and do vehemently promises that he will do is survived by his wife. assisted in the entertaining by Misses nothing but pray. "I have contempt entrance to San Diego Harbor. A French torpedo boat was sunk if elected but has failed nnd refused Nancy Yeager, Marie Ballard. Jose- for such men." said he. "Let them WONDERFUL STUFF! to do so. SMALL FIRE DAMAGE phine Carpenter and Joseph Hopper. tro and fight in day time and nray by a mine in the naval battle in the LIFT OUT YOUR CORNS comMy friend, Mr. Hill, fails to Adriatic Mav 15, it was announced The home of Mr. M. D. Elmore on Mrs. Pennington's guests included: prehend that the road question is West Main street was discovered on Miss Elizabeth Hunn and Henlv at night. That will show what is in Saturday. The British passenger Dr. Porter did not strike a stenmer Highland Corrie was torne-doe- d them. Apply A Few Drops Then Lift Corns one of the vital issues in this contest fire Saturday morning but the good Cash. Miss Josephine Matheny and he the without warning on Wednesday and remains silent in regard to it work of the fire department and oth- Ferdinand Matheny, Miss Jean Pax-to- n Donular cord when did saidwrong Or Calluses Off With Fingers preachers of Stanford the possibly due to the fact that he was ers soon had the flames under conand Joe T. Embry, Miss Lettie thing when they gave way Sunday lat and eight of her company were No Pain so closely alligned with Mr. Burch in trol. Sparks from the kitchen flue had W. McKinney and Arthur Coffey, killed. conducting the affairs of the county set fire to the roof of a little store- Miss Pattve Perkins and Maurice T. night's services for the Chautauqua, The British troops arc giving the No humbug! Any corn, whether during the nast year. which will begin here next Sunday room back of the kitchen and it was Tucker, Miss Matsy Grimes and Pres-co- tt afternoon, but the manv good things Germans no rest and following the tinnl. soft, or .mUvprm the toes, will The people of this county have Brown, Miss Nellie W. Hill and he said made the audience forget capture of Bullecourt. have attacked Joo".;? right up and lift out, without school houses and churches but a burning brightly when discovered. the Germans north of that place to damage Anna K. ''1. nurtieln of nnin or soreness. over which The property will not exceed $200. Francis Weatherford. MissMiss Belle that The discourse lasted one and a straighten their line. According to many the is well insured. Matheny and John Cash, $ This drug is called freezone and is great have tooftravelroadsget to them The fourth hours and was given perfect Berlin the British have attacked also to they Russell and Samuel Jackson Hill. attention. It was a treat from o a compound of ether discovered by a have been sadly neglected and some Drocourt-Queaalong the fifteen-mil- e Mr. Elmore carried a policy on his Miss Anna G. Wood and Hartwell end and a sermon that will Cincinnati man. of them are almost impassable. They property and the insurance company Shanks. Miss Sara Wood and Clem live front. Ask at any drug store for a small have paid their taxes and all of it lone in the memory of those repairs. bottle of freezone, which will cost has been spent on a few miles of will pay for the fix you a Better let Hill, Miss Eva Rankin and Ewalt who were fortunate enough to hear MOZART CLUB ENTERTAINED on Givcns, Misses Serena D. Wearen but a trifle, but is sufficient to rid road and the greater portion of their Jesse home. Mighty nice topolicy the rietta Goggin, JosephineYoung, Ma- it. Dr. P. L. Bruce occupied the pul home of The your let Carpenter, pit with Dr. Porter and read the Wearencountryon Friday Miss Annette one's feet of every corn or callus. evening the was roads have been absolutely neglected insurance people pay the bill after Ciiien uauou and Nancy Yeager. scripture lesson and made a fervent scene of one of the most enjoyable Put a few drops directly upon any and the tax payers are vitally interthe fire. prayer. Dr. W. U. Wclburn, wno had social functions at which the young tender, aching corn or callus. Instant- ested in the manner in which thei' PLAY WELL PRESENTED ly the soreness disappears and short- road fund has been spent. I assert a seat in the choir, also offered pray- society people of Stanford have had On Friday evening last "The Dea- er, as did Mr. J. C. McClary. The the pleasure to attend. It was given ENTHUSIASTIC FAIR MEETING ly the corn or callus will loosen and contend that too much extravain five acts choir was componed of tho best sing- in honor of the enterprising Mozavt and can be lifted off with the fingers. gance has been indulged in and that Many of the stockholders of the con," a comedy-dram- a This drug freezone doesn't eat out only a few miles o froad have receiv- Lincoln County Fair attended the was given at the Crab Orchard ers in tQwn and the anthems sung Club and its ardent admirers. The the corns or calluses but shrivels ed any benefit aMd this too by ex- meeting in the K. of P. hall Satur- School auditorium by the school. Sam were heartily enjoved. The vocal so- house was attractively decorated with them without even irritating the sur- ceeding the revenue of the county. I day afternoon and important busi- Perkins, as the negro comedian, and lo by Miss Elizabeth Higgins was an- the season flowers and the Mozart rounding skin. repeat again that I am violently op- ness was transacted. Committee re- Jack Collier, as "The Deacon," kept other of the good things of the mem- pennants and colors. Mrs. Robert Just think! No pain at all; no sore- posed to State Aid system because of ports were received and everything the house well entertained. Others orable occasion. Miss Anne D. Todd presided gracefully at the punch presided at the organ in her bowl. The color scheme of black and ness or smarting when applying it or too many salaries and of too great re- showed that things are going good taking part in the play were: Bennie afterwards. If your druggist don't quirements in order to secure the for the big exhibition to be pulled Duke, Eugene Edmiston. Joe Edmis-to- usual excellent way. The pulpit wns old gold was carried out in the servJohn Stephenson, Patience Ed- tastily decorated with palms and cut ing of the delicious ice have freezone have him order it for State Aid and because it is unfair to off August 22, 23, 24. All stock in About 41-- 1 you. those roads which are prohibited by the association has been taken and wards, Eva Gieszl. Irene Manuel. flowers pnd was indeed a thing of thirty couples enjoyed the hospitality aid, and I only a few shares remain unpaid for. Bettie Mudd, John Eva Hilton and beauty. The graduates, who arc ns of this voung hostess. The guests: law from receiving State Ellen Moore. TO RAISE LIBERTY LOAN shall oppose with all my power the The stockholders and directors are M. to overflowing The house was fill- follows, occupied the three pews next Misses Frances Embrv. Eva Rankin, and a large sum, to the nulpit: John Cash, Henley Rachel Hill, Mary Bailey, Nellie W. all enthusiastic over prospects for a ed A meeting of all the editors and continuance of such a system. War. nestilence and famine mav successful meeting and are deter- which will be used for the benefit of Cash, Joe T. Embry, Miss Matsy Hill, Matsv Grimes, Annie V. Craig, bankers in that part of Kentucky included in the Cleveland Federal Re- come but "taxation goes on forever" mined that nothing shall be left un school, was realized. Miss Tanna Grimes. Miss Marietta Gogtrin. Miss Anna G. Wood. Jean Paxton, Nancy serve District, has been called by the and my motto will be. "An equal, done that will add to the interest of Thompson furnished the music for Nellie Wilson Hill. Miss Elizabnth K. McKinney, Pattve Perkins. Clara the evening and as usual did net- Hunn. Miss Anna K. Matheny. Miss Cash. Elizabeth Farra, Elizabeth Lexington Clearing House Associa- fair and Just division, by the fiscal it. work well. All the performers did Josephine Mathenv. Ferdinand Ma- Higgins. Belle Russell, Lettie Waltion to be held at noon on Wednes- court of the road fund, throughout credit to their instructor. Prof. Hat- theny. Miss Lettie Walker McKinney, ker McKinney. Sadie Wearen, Mrs. day. Mjy 23. the county in order to benefit as DEATH OF AGED WOMAN field. On the following Monday Prof. Pattye Perkins, Miss Jean Pax-toBallou nnd The purpose of the meeting will be many people as possible." Wright, the aged wife Hatfield entertained the "troupe" Miss Miss Belle Russell, Miss Eva W. R. Todd, Miss EllenGivens, Hugn Mrs. Emmn Messrs. Sam Hill, June Our county's finances are some- of Mr. Winter Wright, who lives to apportion to every county in the with a picnic at Dripping Springs. Rankin, Maurice Tucker, Miss Anna R. Foster, Hartwell Shanks. Joe T. will district its share of the seven billion what impaired at present and it South of Hustonville, died Friday G. Wood, Miss Serena Young. Embry, Prescott Brown Clem Hill dollar Liberty Loan, and to effect an take good mangement to conserve night and was buried in Hustonville MARRIAGES organization to secure the placing of the best interests of the county and cemetery Sunday afternoon at 4 o'Ferdinand Matheny, Henley Cash, t TO SEE SERVICE COLEMAN Miss Mare-areKentucky's proportion of this loan repair the roads-Eastland and T. P Ed. Welburn, Maurice Tucker, Igo clock, after services at the grave by Strange, of Danville, Harris W. Coleman, of this city, Perry, W. P. Grimes, Jr., Ed Tanner, were married at among the people. I am making this race of my own Rev. A. H. Baugh. Uesides the husbut now taking a law course at the John Cash, Howard Newland, Sam Emphasis has been placed upon volition. Neither the "wet" nor the band, who is in very feeble health, Lexington last week. County Clerk Cooper issued li University of Virginia, will see ser- B. Crnig. the importance of a widespread sub- "dry" faction solicited me to run and four children survive. Mr. and Mrs. scription among small investorsto in- I want the votes of all the good citi- Wright came to this country from cense on the 19th to James Naylor vice in Uncle Sam's army. He is one of the four Kentuckinns included in THE CHAUTAUQUA MAY sure the prompt raising of funds for zens who are interested in the wel- England many years ago nnd have to marry Miss Rosa Thomas nt and on the 21st he prepared the selections that have been made carrying the war to nsueeesstui con- fare of their county. I shall, if elect- made excellent citizens of this couw-t- y This time next week the Lincoln the necessary papers for Charles M. for the two units in tho ambulance Chautauqua will be in full blast and clusion, and to adequate equipment ed endeavor not only to assist the for a long time. Geary to wed Miss Mary Louise department of the medical enlisted our peonle will be enjoying a treat lof American troops in the defense of fiscal court in looking after the finanreserve corps assigned to that institu- they will bear in mind for some time. Clarkston at Danville. their countrv. The meeting will be cial interests of the county, but will YOUNG GIRL SUBSDUES FLAMES Somerset society wns given a sur tion of lenrning. Mr. Coleman gets the most significant ever held in this vigorously prosecute "all violations" home at McKinney prise when it was announced last the rating of a cornoral. William The program, which appears on the G. F. Gooch's inState, and will be the lust great gath- - of the law to the best of my ability is eighth caught fire the other day while his week that Miss Boyd Morrow, niece Cnntrill Goodwvn and C. II. Shields, tensely page of this paper, andan you ot a joint session oi uanners without fear or favor. interesting one daughter was there alone. of Hon. Edwin P. Morrow, was mar- Jr., will be nmbulance drivers. 5ingeditors ever held at Lexington. Trusting that mv friends will use should not miss a number. Season every honorable effort in my behalf. The yound lady, instead of fainting, ried on Nov. 29th to Lewis S. Ware. tickets are going rapidly and the as so many of her sex would have, They kept the secret until a few days trulv, Yours WHOOPING COUGH LOOKS A WINNER prospects are that the tent will be got a bucket nnd water and after a ago, because the groom is in school S. OWSLEY. prepaJ. One of the most successful Our old boyhood friend, T. A. Rice, crowded twice daily. Better get seafierce light of several minutes ex- at Lexington. rations in use for this disease is of Stanford, was here Wednesday on son tickets and heln the crowd enjoy tinguished the flames. Considerable A SYMBOL OF HEALTH Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. S. W. business and received a warm wel- the feast of good things. damage was done the interior of the TO MEET AT CRAB ORCHARD McClinton, Blandon Springs, Ala., of Ancient The Pythagorians come from his many friends. He is a there would have been writes, "Our baby had whooping Greece ate simple food, practiced building, butleft, had not the young The Mansonic Grand Lodge Com- candidato for county judge of LinTHE CHILDREN'S HOUR cough as bad as nost ar.y baby could temperanco and purity. As a badge none of it The Children's Hour at tho Chauwork. Mr. mittee, composed of men in different coln, nnd knowing ones sny hns his have it. I gave him Chamberlain's they used the five pointed star which lady done such excellent parts of the State, will meet at Crab won. If he is elected, wo can tauqua, May 27 to 31, promises to Cough Remedy and it soon got him they regarded as a symbol of health. Goorh had n smnll insurance policy Orchard Thursday to make final race truthfully say that the voters will be n most pleasing feature and paron the home. everywhere. well." Obtainable A red five pointed star appears on preparations for tho Masonic celebra-trio- n novcr regret giving him the office ents are asked to send their children each package of Chamberlain's Tab9:30. Children under to be each It eight morningofntago will be admitted Chamberlain's Tablets Have Done has already held there June 23rd. It Danville Messenger. ALMOST UNANIMOUS years been arranged to have lets, and still fulfils its nncient misWonders For Me" might just sion as a symbol of health. If you are Thn Tlnstonvillo neonle freo and over that will bo admitted HOLTZCLAW'S HOME BURNED sufferer from stom- Smittio's band of 50 nieces from Cin "I have which costs only have well made the vote on the bond troubled with indigestion, biliousness ach troublebeen a n number of years, cinnati, and Ranshaw's Shrine Band, for John T. Holtzclaw's home in tho on a child's ticket, all the children issue unanimous Saturday. Mnc prop or constipation, get a package of It is hoped although I have used a great of Covington with 50 pieces. There Gilbert's Creek section burned to the $1. Stanford willthat osition to vote $12,000 bonds with theso tablets from your druggist. and take advantage of will bo music galore, prominent after dinner. in which to build a new and modern You will be surprised at the quick re- number of remedies recommended speakers will be on hand and an old ground Friday shortlywere saved. It this hour, which will bo both interschool building carried by the enor- lief which they afford. Obtainable for this is complaint, Chamberlain's fashined picnic dinner, where tho Most of the contonts building, mod- esting and instructive to them. o was a two the first medicine that has Tablets everywhere. mous mujority of 120 to 4. given me positive nnd lasting relief." welcome is "Glad to see you; help ern in construction and a good homo. FARMERS SEASON TICKETS $2 writes Mrs. Anna Kadin. Spencenort, yourself." It is believed that sparks from the Protect your growing hemp. SeRHEUMATISM Season tickets, that is tickets to N. Y. "Chamberlain's Tablets have chimney cnused the trouble. Tho loss cure n hail poplicy at onco from THE DIXIE FLYER Tf vmi nrn troubled with chronic or the ten or twelve entertainments to done $2,000. wonders for mo and I value Gaines, tho insuranco man. $4 per When such men as Mr. Daniel is between $1,500 and muscular rheumatism give nnmuur-lain- be given by ho Lincoln Chautauqua them very highly." Obtainable everyHighman, Consulting Engineer for acre. Policies issued immediately at trial. The relief May 27 to 31, are only $2. A regular where. Liniment a A BANK FOR LIVINGSTON It Lancaster. the Thomas Edison Co., a recognized from pain which it affords is alone bargain price. Get a season ticket Articles of incorporation for tho tho wizard in the art of worth many times its cost. Obtain- and save money and also help tho HELLO MEN INELIGIBLE Tho recital by tho Mozart Club laws of motion and force, select the First State Bank of Livingston were able everywhere Woman's Club, which is bringing tho Men engaged in the telephone ser- Dixie Flyer for their personal use, it filed Inst week. Tho organizers are and Glee Club at the opera house last Chautauqun. With them the season vice are prohibited from joining the means that tho Dixie Flyer has pass- J. C. Griffin, W. H. Cottongin, W. A. night was a very delightful entertainHELENWOOD SPECIAL OFF tickets alono count for anything. Tho inspection nnd Warren. J. P. E. Drummond, U. u. ment, further mention of which will The Q. & C. has discontinued the company gets all admissions paid at army.allThe War Department cjaims ed the miscroscopic now engaged in, telephone received tho official O. K. of tho high- Wells. The institution will havo a bo made in Friduy's paper. that Helcnwood Special, the train that the door. work will be needed to keep the est engineering authorities in tho capital stock of $15,000. ran daily between Helenwood, Tenn., The program of the annual recital wires in perfect order and that the United States. Tho Dixie Motor Sales Tickets for tho annual recital at Lexington, and which was a and system is REDUCTIONS FOR CASH 41-- 1 the opera housu Thursday night can great convenience to the people of at the opera house appears on tho telephone the conduct an absolute nec- Co., Hustonville. ' of tho war. For cash I will sell at great reduc- bo had at tho Lincoln Pharmacy. sixth page of this paper. Read it and essity in the Southern End of this county. Ellu seats 35c; general admission go straight to the Lincoln Pharmacy J. J. Daugherty, an old and re- tions for tho next ten days. Miss 41-2 May Saunders. Chautauqua, May 25c; school children 15c. inclusive. spected citizen of Somerset, is dead. inclusive. J for reserved seats Thursday night. 1' It Chautauqua, May Finch Cress 38 255-poui- .d 240-poun200-poun- TO THE DEMOCRATS OF LINCOLN COUNTY: In the last issue of the Interior Journnl Mr. Hill set forth nt length his position on the liquor question and asserted that he worked and vot ed fbr Mr. McChcsney. It may be a fact that ho voted for Mr. McChcsney but he first declared himself for Mr. Cherry and after his withdrawal he became n supporter of Mr. Bos-worth GEORGE MILLER GIVENS DEAD Mr. George Miller Givcns died nt the home of his daughter, Mrs. John Taylor, nt Brndfordsville Friday after an illness of 24 hours of acute indigestion, nnd was buried on Anglo-Frenc- h 11 Spanish-America- seven-year-o- ld c. three-year-o- ld 180-poun- d c. high-clas- ld -2 ld Austria-Hungar- y, well-know- n Preach-crsvill- 100-poun- d four-year-o- ld begm-ningvt- nt n, n, . Lnn-caste- r, 27-3- 1 i f story-fram- 's ed 27-3- 1, 27-3- 1, k .Jk Page Two The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: MOTHERHOOD. Making M oney ! tock Some men tnnke their money in busineit iome in ome by loiUome saving of their daily wage. But we submit to you the fact thnt more men here reached a comfortable competence thru the ownership of property houses and land which bring in a fixed income than in any other way. stocks means sleepless Business requires your sole attention rights and days of worry property works by itself for you without set it to work it takes care of itself and will take James E. Miller m y.? vr S?Wt sHW ii u ra. .h tftv & 0Q oiuvv:?t,S5c2- - Lz?W. Net Contents 15 Fluid Drachmj fYcO Wk JttrL LIMk.'v A Imby-gi- r : GASTORIA For Infants and Childron. rvKUiTTSTrTCT rt AsSali liililsV pou and rl robust, mnnly a cooing tilth "!e.-i nestling your care. Select it care of you. DID YOU KNOW That statistics show that the popula tion of the United States is doubling about once in every twenty-eigh- t years and the EARTH is not stretching one bit. People have got to have homes. It is a settled fact that farming lands will never be cheaper and just as sure to go higher as you exist today. Did you know that any way you figure it the renter has always got the hot end of it? Furnish all the teams and everything else, do all the work and for what at best only one half and often less than tlrs. Did you know that vou could easily pay the fl per cent, interest and get all the crop instead g that you are now of the and then make more than 100 than you arc now making. These are absolute facts. Don't listen to a professional knocker who is always telling you something that he doesn't know. Ucc your own common sense and own you a home. 100 acres No. 210303 acres. of this cleared and in cultivation and of this land are 80 acres of splendid bottom land. Balance ridge land and good timber. Plenty of good building timber. Nice two story eight room residence, two halls and three porches, two tenant houses, two barns, one stock barn and the other tobacco barn and I'll other necessary outbuildings. All buildings and fencing in good shape. Place well watered. neighborhood, close to In splendid school and church and only mile from good road. Can give possession at once. Price cash and balTerms ance in 1, 2, and 3 years. No. 217 Nine acres of land, house of four rooms, hall and porch, small barn, buggy house, chicken house, etc., small orchard, good water right at door. This place is right on the pike close to school and churches and in fine neighborhood. Price only one-half in lirrbosom what more can any womanly woman ask? It id a boon that I leaven intended should bo granted to every woman. Thousands fail of this because thoy have neglected to look after their health In a womanly way. Tho health of a woman's babies is dependent upon her own health. Tho prospective mother cannot be too particular nlmiit her physical fomlition. If she suffers from local weakness, nervousness oHoss of vigor nnd virdity, her children will be weak, puny and tickly. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is the right remedy for weakness and dNea.se of tho delicate and important organs. It makes iiie.so organs strong, healthy. It makes the mother strong and cheerful. It is the invention of an eminent and skillful specialist. Prepared from nature's roots and herbs, it contains no alcohol nor narcotics, nor any harmful ingredient. Medicine dealers evcryhere have it on h.ind in either tablet or liquid form at all times. If you want a specialist in women's diseases to diagnose your ease absolutely free of charge, writo Dr. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., FREE. Dr. Pierce's Me Ileal Adviser, sent free on icreipt of three dimes (orutamps) to pay epeiw of mailing onlii. Dr. Pierce, I Hotel, . Y. 003 Mum Street, Buffalo, to-dj- y. cloth-boun- f MRU k: AVctJetablcrrcparalioniorAs-,:.:fnt:nniiiMYKu- 2 Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always Bears the it rminf.-- n w PER- CENT. ljJ .. 1 iLfJWltw bvKeeuia-1 tingthcStomadisandBqyelsrf . Mineral. NoTvncoxici UlCCnilinC5: neither Oplum.Morphmcnot mcrcKrromour,;;mm iiv...-- y . . .!'i!...m;fetiafl - Signature i of tx,r In Jteyxarawrw"" " . fc5ft Mx Senna Aniseif Jfptnnwl . Tuiiuin jm AotheUtStUl ,1 iss '! PaiSl w.:s '2 ! .T. :7n.Jvfnr -- Pantl.tlSiml' Wnttnrrrn mrtr harm Sal ConipationandDiarrjoca, ibr 3fl- - .? In :: ' '" lOSSoVStEEP resultine, ihcrcjtaiMniraa7Facsimile Signature" IM I - At Use For Over K??' 8S.--- CteAf4 rnvp.ttrf. -- :? him BC M XUEOENTAH" tBUBiVorisjMPfM new yyjiiv I Fl. "" I , j Thirty Years sm sssl KlLUssssb k sssn flk Kill TS MM get-in- one-quart- er $12,-00- 0. one-thir- d from the disc.se. England profited much by France's sad experience and rejected all who showto consumption ed any disposition and her soldiers who have taken the disease are comparatively few in number compared with those of France. He urged that America, learn from the experience and observe the greatest care in the examination of recruits by the most expert physicians obtainable. The Kentucky Tuber-l'.si- s has with Dr. W. L. Commission, IIoi7or as Executive Secretary at Frankfort, is now engaged in taking a full survey of the doctors of the State with a view of procuring ex- Director of r.llis Brooks' Famous Concert Bund No ''. which will appear on our Chautauqua platform afternoon and evening third day. Mr Miller N a Scotchman, acknowledged one of the gieate.st trombone plnjers In the world He has toured Burope and South America anil has played In almost every large elt. of America. A real musical treat awaits all who shall have berculosis and the result is that fully the pleasure of hearing this splendid 150,000 soldiers have been invalided organisation. home w'tli the disease further spread it unless the utmoit caution is observed. He also gave it as his opinion that before the war is over 500,000 soldiers would become 1 '. MGID EXAMINATION FOR TUBERCULOSIS Dr. .1. H. Elliott, of Toronto, who has had charge of the tubercular soldiers returned from the war front to Canada, said before tin meeting of the National Association for the Study ! nd Pievention o" rulerculo-ds- , which met in Cii innnti last examinaweek, that the most ri' tion of recruits should e mr.de for the diseas-- and none ace l for the j'ni .lo had even a sh Tit tendency to the disease, as the stress and griefs of war would de'lop it very quickly. When France hu riedly mobilized her army, very little attention was paid to the examination for tu- Exact Copy SSSWW of Wrapper. UM01 HCW VOHR CITY THI CIHTtUn COMPANY, f Theyisterte even! yily&f One was fed grain only WHAT IS $7,000,000,000? Hamilton.of St. Louis, has figured out what $7,000,000,000 is. According to him, there are more dollars in such an amount than there have been seconds since the signing of the Declaration of Independence. If the United States mints began to turn out the dollars they would work continously day and night until 224 years had passed. If you sent a dollar a minute it would take you only 13,318 years to spend your money. If you had it invested in tho bank without interest, and you drew a check for $1,000,000 a day for 22 years there would still be $2G,000,-00- 0 untouched. If it was invested at six per cent, at the end of seventy years of spending $1,000,000 a day there would be twice as much in the C. D. bank as when the account was started. To count the money would take fifty years' work of fifteen men if they worked eight hours a day and counted a bill a second, but at the death of the last counter, there would still be enough left to give every man, woman and child in St. Louis $500 and leave a balance of 0 to be distributed to those who may come hereafter. Now, do you know what is $7,000,000,000? $120,-000.00- A DRILLING FOR OIL Hn.mn Oil f!nmn.inv Thn D.ininl has commenced drilling for oil be tween McKtnney and King s Mountain. Hugh Moore, of Danville, who has .1 lot of land ln.tspil in the s.ntno locality, is arranging to begin drilling this week. the other tft( Purina CZhio.Hrera Chowder Purina Chicken CKoivdcrpro-ude- s an abundance of bone, blood, nerve, feather and lean meat forming elements deficient in prain feed. When fed with 1'urina Cluck teed as directed we guarantee a ft? Worry Don'tWar Prices About ! and Purina Chick Feed $1,-20- 0. $ We Have a Complete Line of years. No. 218 88 acres about two miles all cleared. Good from Stanford, house and splendid barn. "Well fenced, finely watered, small orchard. Close to school and churches. Price $3,750 and terms right. No. 184 About three acres of land. Nice four room cottage, halls, All shop, 28x38. etc. Blacksmith necessary outbuildings. Cistern. Will sell cheap. No. 101 310 acres, five miles fiom Lawrenceburg right on good pike. Most of the land is in blue grass. Five room house. Seven acre tobacco barn, good silo. Will sell as a whole or divide. Price $35 per acre and terms right. It will pay to investigate this place. No. 127 100 acres about four miles from Stanford. Three room house and splendid tobacco and stock barn. This farm lays well and is well d located. Price $0,000. Terms and balance in one and two one-thir- ports in tuberculosis to see that r.o man with tendency to the disease is accepted for the army to become when it is developed a tax on its resources and a menace to his com-latie- Dry Goods, Clothing Shoes, Etc. which were bought before the high prices went on and we can sell them to you as cheap as you bought them eight months ago. 36-inc- h s. The National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis, in session last week in Cincinnati, went on record of condemnation of all alleged consumptive cures as absolutey harmful and often productive of serious results. The advice is to take no medicine but that proscribed by a reputable physician, observe the utmost cleanliness and san- Double Development or Money Back diuln? the first ix weeks ottno cliiclc'a lite. In checkerboard Lacs only. SCHICK Jr pOENl TOL Il Br osaflii For Sale By Dress Ginghams, the regular 15c kind, at 12 Percales, the 15c kind, at 12 10c Calicoes, at only 7 :::::: l-2c l-l-- 2c 2c itary requirements, breathe plenty of fresh air, eat we!i cooked, nourishing food, avoid all dissipation and use of alcoholic liquors, maintain cheerfulness and rest. This will be found to work wonders for improvement and often a permanent cure. The Tuberers at Frankfort, is prosecuting a vigorous campaign for the prevention and cure of tuberculosis, and Dr. W. L. Heizer, Executive Secretary, will gladly furnish any information when requested. In the ten years fight on the disease by the Nutioiitl Association for the Study and Prevention, assisted by its auxiliaries in the States the death rate has been i educed from 200.7 per 100,000 to 140.8. The number of sanatoria has increased more than 450, clinics from 20 to 1,400 and tuberculosis agencies from 150 to more than 3,000. The Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission is doing all it can with its limited resources to aid in tho great work of research and education. Write to Dr. W. L. Heizer, Executive Secretary, Frankfort, for pamphlets on the care and treatment of the disease, if interested. i W. H. HIGGINS Stanford, Kentucky. Lincoln County National Bank Building. Diseases of the eye, nose, throat, Pelvic, Rectal ear, and Skin. Eyes Scientificly tested and glassOffice Such low prices are found'throughout my entire stock of Clothing, Shoes, Dry Goods and Furnishing Goods. Come and see. A trial will convince you- - IT culosis Commission with headquart- Dr. J. G. Carpenter in Genito-Urinary, H. Routenber McKINNEY, KENTUCKY othy and clover meadow and balance in cultivation, one and a half story five room dweling. Good barn, 40x25 and 00 foot shed, corn crib, etc. Splendid water, two wells, ponds and crock. About 150 fruit trees. This place is only about 300 yards from good pike and the price is only and easy terms. No. 185 03 ncres one and a half miles from good town. In graded school district. Six room residence, barn, etc. Well watered. Price $2,500. No. 151 Good five room house, two porches and about seven acres of land. Small barn. About 100 fruit trees. Price $1,000 and you couldn't build the house for the money. $4,-500 No. 132 72 acres of this acres in blue grass, 50 acres in ten tim- Hughes and The Germans have about 325 submarines in operation and about eighty to 100 have been lost through British nets alone, according to the which prints an interview with a member of the crew of the submarine This is tho submarine which sunk the Dutch rain ship in February. U-5- 8. Tele-gra- f, Chautauqua. May 27-3- 1, inclusive. and SURGERY LANCASTER Mr. and Mrs. James W. Smith have been recent visitors in Lexington. Jason Walker, of Clarksville, Miss., is the guest of his nephew, Judge L. L. Walker. Mrs. J. A. Amon has returned after a week's visit to friends in Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Mclntyre, of Simpsonville, have returned after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Murksbury en tertained at a six o'clock dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Rice and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Land, of Richmond, Ind. Mr. Robert B. Arnold has returned to his home in Colorado Springs, Col., after a month's visit to his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Arnold. Dr. W. A. Wheeler has been a recent visitor in Louisville. Miss Eleanor Burkhart, of Cincinnati, was tho guest of Misses Helen and Martha GUI. es prescribed.-CONSULTATIO- N Just Received A Small Shipment of those 9x12 Matting Rugs W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Kentucky A. if mJ I ftaJjka aba U rujiuiar jbAcursiun W V m 10 Sunday, May 27, 1914 .. Cincinnati MTarty Stanford, Ky. Office Phone 180 If Your System Is Poisoned with acid3, you cannot know what it is to bo healthy. Acids poison the blood and aro tho sourco of many diseases affecting tho heart and arteries, ckin and mucous surfaces, joints and muscles, and tho brain and general nervous system. Somo of these diseases aio Rheumatism in various forms, Catarrh, Eczema. Pimples, boils, rushes, nnd other skin diseases. Malaria, Scrofula nnd general blood 'ouhles. In order to restore yourself a healthy condition, you must drivo acids from your system anil purify your blood. S. a. S. has been purifying and revitalizing tho blood of thousands for fifty years. It is a purely vegetable remedy, and is tho most efficient agent known for cleansing tho blood and building up tho system. Ask for it at your druggist's, and don't accept n substitute. For special medical advlco writo to Medical Department, Swift Specific Co., 308 Swift Building, Atlanta. Ga. theso SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM ROUND-TRI- P FARE Home Phones 152 and 184 Special train leaves Junction City at 5:35 a. m. Returning, leavo Cincinnati at 0:10 p. m. The attractions of Cincinnati are numerous and interesting and a day's visit can bo thoroughly enjoyed. Detailed information on application to C. B. HARBERSON, Local Ticket Agent, Junction City, Kentuckr H. C. KING, Division Patenger Agent, Lexington, Kentucky $1.50 JUNCTION CITY FROM w The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Fnrmcrs in this community arc nbout through planting corn. d J. W. Reynolds sold to V. C. two nops for $12. Mrs. Henry Leach sold a cow to E. G. Gilliland for $7G. At the trustee election held here May the nth, the following men were elected to serve as trustees for the graded school: Creed Roberts, J. W. Reynolds and Maurice Walls. Gllli-lan- Page Three KING'S MOUNTAIN H.&W. Pure Prepared Paint "The Brand that Satisfies" CJHas been sold in your community for pa& ten years. J Ask your dealer for names of users. fThen inspect that property and inquire of the owner. 9 That is the baft way to safeguard your interest. 3 Stanford's Big Mrs. Monte Dishon and daughter, and Miss Dora Alford have gone to Detroit, Mich. Mrs. Dishon joined her husband there, who has n position. Mr. Rrrt Barlow, of Ludlow, was here a few days ago. He hold a position on the Southern rnilroad. Mi'fs Dora Gourley visited her parents at Wallstown Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bastin and children, of Eubank, spent part of last week with the latter s parents, Jir. and Mrs. George Rigney, here. Mrs. Jnmcs Dye spent several days (Q C. Dye Mst, with her sister, Mrs. week Misses Lena for some time is improving. Alonzo Sims, who hns been sick Lincoln Mi 0 That's ff. & W. beft advertisement. Padgett and Maggie uorion spent rritiuy in uuiinvmi-- . as, Mr. .... Mnrinn. -Dunn has been nuite i ill for some tune. Dishon continues very Mrs. Robert . v 9 Q AND BIG c ON SALE BY The Lincoln Pharmacy, Stanford, Ky. Mrs. Charles Adams is dead in the Ashlnrd tinneis are on a strike beSpark's Quarry section of RocKcnir-t!e- . cause the "boss" tinners refuse to pay them $4 a day. Omar Khayyam, the Kentucky "I am determined that there shall Derby winner, will be sold at public bo no parimutuels and no gambling auction in June at Belmont Park, N. on races at the State Fair." says Y., by the owners, C. K. O. Billings Commissioner of Agriculture Mat S. and Fred Johnson. Cohen. President Wilson assured the memWhile running from his corn field bers of the labor conference that he would do every- to his home which was on fire, D. thing in his power to uphold the Crawhorn, an Adair county farmer, dropped dead as a result of standards of labor during the war. The handsome residence of A. n Tribble, near Danville, on the Prof. Oscar B. Fallis has closed his pike, was destroyed by fire of school at Lebanon Junction and is unknown origin. All the barns and now at home for the vacation. He other outbuildings were consumed will enter his race fcr the Democratand practically all the furniture in ic nomination for Superintendent of the residence. Mr. Tribble carried a Schools of Boyle county. Danville small insurance policy. Advocate. Anglo-America- n poorly. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Dawcs.of Detroit, Mich., returned home Sunday after a pleasant stay with relatives and friends here and at Fair View. At two o'clock Saturday morning, surrounded by relatives and friends, the spirit of Mrs. Ann Blankenship took its flight to a better world. Her death occurred at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Isom Vaught. where she had made her home for the past five months. Truly it enn be said a trood mother has gone to her reward. Deceased was 72 years of age and had been in feeble health for several months. Her death occasions great over-exertio- n. Shak-ertow- -- TRY- OUR NEW OLIVER AND BROWN Riding Cultivators for hillside and level land W. H. HIGGINS Main Street Stanford, Ky. sorrow here and wherever this splendid woman was known for to know her was to love her. She is survived by one brother, Rev. J. A. Singleton, of Pleasant Point, and five children: Mrs. Tom Lee.of Stearns: Mrs. Mau rice Walls, Mrs. Patsy Vaught. Mrs. John Hart and Mrs. Reuben Gooch. all living here. Mrs. Blankenship had been a member of the Pleasant Point Baptist church for a number of years and no truer Christian character has ever been known. She was a model mother and her home life was beautiful, so kind and loving to everyone and so devoted to her children. The home is made so lonely by her taking away. Her children ana iovpu ones are crushed by her removal. Our hearts go out in sympathy to them in their irreparable loss. May the God of Heaven give them strength to bear the burden and cause them to realize that their loss is her heavenly gain and may they strive more than ever before to live a life on enrth so as to meet their loved one on the shining shore of sweet deliverance, where sorrow and death will be over forever-- . After funeral services con ducted bv Rev. G. W. Owens, the re mains were laid to rest in Pleasant Point cemetery, there to wait the great Resurrection Day when God's children will be gathered home. MT. MORIAH We surelv arc glad to sec a little sunshine after so many cloudy days Patriotic Rally Week MAY 27-28-29-30- -3 1 1917 Sunday - Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday Wheat Flour CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD! U. S. Government Tests Prove It. tggs Milk ARTICLES 1030 103S 1 185 1365 1489 2025 2950 3040 Beef, tirloin Mutton, leg Pork, loin Cheese 410 445 385 Energy 10 cents will buy and the farmers are busy with their crons. Aunt Elgie Baugh still continues nuite ill. we are sorrv to say. Bailey Dawes and pretty wife, of Detroit, have been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C L. Dawes. They are now visiting in King s Mountain Will Gcrkey and bride have gone to housekeeping near the flit. Morian dren spent Saturdav night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James Reed. Mr. Jordan Floyd returned home from Detroit, where he had been employed for several months. Prof. Young's singing class at Mt Moriah is progressing nicclv. He will continue to sing each Sunday afternoon until the first of July. Messrs. Robert Mercer and W. of Hustonville, were here recently. Mrs. B. D. Hiatt spent a few days with her friends near Mt. Moriah church the first of last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Young spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson, of Buck Creek section. Mrs. C. L. Dawes and family spent the day with her mother, Mrs. J. D. Bastin. Miss Lenora Snires was the guest of Miss Viola Hiatt Monday afterschool house. Mr. and Mrs. Shell Reed and chil FIVE BIG DAYS OF HIGHEST CLASS ENTERTAINMENT EDUCATION AND AMUSEMENT Butter Rice .' Breakfast Foods Wheat Flour ENERGY Potatoes Beans, dried 6540 (U. S. Department of Agriculture Farmers Bulletin No. 142) mim. Muscle and Strength Giving Qualities Cor-die- r. J. H. Baughman & Co. NATIONALLY POPULAR BANDS AND ORCHESTRAS, FAMOUS ORATORS, SPEAKERS AND HUMORISTS; SWEET SINGERS AND MUSICIANS OF NOTE. STIRRING DRAMATIC PLAY PRESENTATIONS. POPULAR SCIENTIFIC DEMIMICARTOONING, IMPERSONATIONS, ONSTRATIONS. TATIONS, WHISTLING, YODLING, HAWAIIAN MUSIC. Collar Pads All Sizes, 8 to 24 at 1 THE VERY BEST ATTRACTIONS FROM THE REALM OF ENTERTAINMENT 40 Cents Turnersville Supply Co. Turnersville, Kentucky Car-Loa- d of Stanford. Misses Viola Hiatt and Etta Dawes were in Highland Tuesday. Mrs. Marshall still continues very sick her many friends will bo sorry to know. noon. Miss Ethel Maybrinr has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Joe Wells. Mrs. J. II. Boone spent the day with her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Duna-wav. SPECIAL INSPIRATIONAL PROGRAMS ON SUNDAY your eyes hurt, you need your glasses changed. Save your eyesight. or. If Your Head Aches Get Your Season Tickets Today DON'T MISS THE PATRIOTIC MUSICAL PROGRAMS, AND THE INSPIRING "AMERICA" PAGEANT will be here court days and Saturdays. Stanford, Ky. Phone 1(51. Sat- Dr. J. Turner isfaction guaranteed. Of WIRE FENCE Just Received. KOKOMO, That Good' Fence Pruitt. We, whose names are hereto attached will permit neither hunting, fishing nor trespassing of any kind on our property, and those guilty of doing such will bo prosecuted to the full extent of tho law: M. D. Elmore, U. S. Traylor, J. D. Nave, Louis Nave, S. J. Embrv, J. L. Bobbins, J. C Fox & Son, Geo. B. POSTED! Every Afternoon and Night MORNING PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN f?0neDrop BourbonPeultryRemedy t Mck' windn'pg Jowb E. T. Pence, Jr., Stanford A fow drops Jn tho dnuklnir water cuivs MUk amlnrovciitawhlti) diarrhoea. cholera and other chick illseasps. One bottlo make 13 Ballon of moutclno. At lruif yUtaorby inall ixwtpald. Valuable poultry book frvo on request. nt 5?T52 frAPhS UhIm, It. FTRpO Make Your Plans Now To Go To The Big Lincoln Tent Every Day tmm UK 01 W Page Four The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, May 22, 1917 The Interior Journal E. C. Walton and Entered Bank witk J. H. Wright at Stanford, Ry., ai . at the poirteffto teeond etati mad matter. Roth Imuos s wertt, per yfsr.............$l.BO wffk, for 8 monlhi........... 1.00 Twice Twice ft week, for ft month............... .76 40 Twice ft werk, for 8 tnonlhi.......- 1.00 week, either lne, per yrsr,.... Once to ll! P Subscriptions nre CMh per Hops when time for which It is psld, Is up The Interior Journal Is sntnorltrd to nib-Vthe following candidates for office to tho Democratic prlmsry the flrt Saturday In August, 1017. (Annonncrment fee. for each county offico Is $10 ; tor district $15; for city or maRiriprlal office $5. No announcement will be mode until fee il paid In adrance.) Subscription Rates Political Announcements. THE NEW STRAJV is waiting for you at our store, and the time is here for you to discard your old one. A complete assortment $1.50 to $5.00 LOW SHOES The new English toe in all shades of tan and black. Over 20 different styles $4.00 to $7.00 Our Specialty Every man has his specialty that he does better than other people. That's what he ought to do. For State Senator JAY W. HARLAN t MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE .,imi vMmwi & susiisssses SYSTEM OF BANKS H. CLAY KAUFFMAN J. R. MOUNT. For Sheriff J. II. LIVINGSTON. M. S. BAUGHMAN. W. S. DHYE. For County Judge M. F. NORTH. t T. A. RICE Our specialty is selling good clothes in the right way. We never sold better clothes than this year. At ?jfjll For County Attorney J. The CHARACTER of the MEN as well as their financial responsibility had to be found O. K. before we could become a member of the FEDERAL RESERVE system of banks. Being a Member Bank of this National System means that our bank is one of a vast, strong CHAIN of banks linked together for the protection of our depositors. When your money is in our bank you can GET it when you WANT it because we can take our securities any time to our Central Reserve Bank and get MONEY. For Representative H. G. SKILES. For Jailer S. OWSLEY. W. S. BURCH W. B. HANSFORD T. J. HILL, JR. DR. W. B. O'BANNON. JOHN C. PEPPLES. For Superintendent of Schools W. A. CARSON. GEORGE F. DEB0RDE DINK FARMER JOHN J. MOSER For Assessor J. N. CASH SILK SHIRTS $20.00 or $25.00 We have a beautiful assortment in all col- we can offer you a suit that it a real pleasure to ors and stripes wear. A suit that has character of its own and $3.00 to $5.00 keeps its character a long time. Your size is here in any of the above prices. $10.00, $15.00 The Lincoln County National Bank "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE." STANFORD, KENTUCKY GARLAND SINGLETON. For Magistrate 1st Dist. J. T. DUDDERAR SAM M .OWENS. J. WESLEY HUGHES J. K. HELM. E. ALLEN. A. JOHNSON. M. CAMDEN. McRoberts & Bailey GENT'S FURNISHINGS It is estimated by reliable authority that seven million of men have already been slain in the war so far and that the total casualties exceed forty-fiv- e nearly half as millions, many as the population of the United States. The figures stagger imagination and tell as nothing else can the magnitude and the horrors of the most unnecessary conflict. . Democratic Leader Kitchen, of the Lower House of Congress, is one of nine brothers. The others have distinguished themselves in various walks of life. Claude went to Congress, where as a leader he is daily proving his failure and the further fact that there is nearly always a black sheep or two in the flock. The decision that the be operated at the shall not State Fair is a wise one. The State might profit financially to some extent by permitting it, but the moral effect would be very bad and agaiiwl the truo intent of the fair. TO THE EDITOR My wife and I desire through your to extend our sincere columns thanks to the Fire Department and our numerous friends for the service rendered and tendered when our house was on fire last week. Had it not been for the prompt and efficient work of the Fire Department, the damage, instead of being very slight as it was, would doubtless have been disastrous. M. D. Elmore. m pari-mu-tue- ls For Magistrate Hustonville District For Magistrate Waynesburg District STANFORD, KY. PAINTING CASH for ACCOUNTS J. J. FIRES ! FIRES !! FIRES !!! The prudent man never leaves anything to chance that he can guard against. The home of Mr. J. T. Holtz-clawas totally destroyed by fire and the homes of M. D. Elmore and G. F. Gooch considerably damaged. All of these gentlemen were insured in Companies represented by me. Two of the losses have been settled and the other one will be settled shortly. For absolutely ..safe and reliable insurance of any kind can make no mistake by seeing me today. R. M. NEWLAND, Agent. w is mnrknil for immediate beheading. It is also said that Beck ham will demand that he he permu- n.l nnnninl Prtllonfm Tjllrrhns' fp," wv".w.,.w ttlU IU UIIU1IIV cnrrinncnr nnfl tVlflfr WortllV nffltMJll Will likewise feel the fall of the axe, and there may be others. me president owes Senator James more than he nwna nnv nthpr sonator but he can not, without incurring criticism show much favoritism between two Democratic senators in the matter of Mr. Rppkhnm will need al! the federal office support he can ana get in his ettort lor he is not the man to neglect opporT tunity is fnrt.hpr said that Gen. Percy Haly, to whom Senator Beck ham owes much of his political pre- tcrment, is to no appponueu to tne T.ovinirfnn rnllpptnrshir. n favor that ATnraVinll Four years ago, Ben Marshall, of Frankfoi't, who is very distasteful to Senator Beckham, was appointed collector of internal revenue at Lexington over his protest and strenuous effort. Mr. Marshall has made a most faithful and competent officer, but that counts for little with the man who has much Indian in his make-unnl nnur liki tho clniifhtor nf Hprodi- as, he has demanded the head of Benjamin on a charger, putting up the special plea that he should at loncf hn nnrmittoil to name the col lector in his home district. It is said that like Herod, Secretary McAdoo has yielded to his plea and that Mr. p Houses, Carriages, Auto painting and We get trimming such as recovering tops, Claims, you cash on Accounts, Notes, making curtains, putting celluloid in where in by collecting quickly anyUnited States. Collection) curtains, etc. Paper hanging a speci::::: alty. Repairing guns, locks, type- guaranteed or no charges. writers, clocks, graphophones, sewing MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY machines, etc. Somerset, Ky. Shops 20G West Main street. Phone 239. Stanford. Kentucky. J. J. BELDEN Sale of Personalty FRIDAY, MAY 2S, I PUBLIC SALE LIVERY OUTFIT. to dissolve the patnership business of Masters & Bowyer on SATURDAY, JUNE 2nd. beginning at 10 o'clock a. m. Severgood drivers and work al horses, horses: one nice closed carriatrc: one nice surrey; two drummers wagons; one spring wagon: several bucgies: two double sets wagon harness; one nice set carriage harness; one nice set surrey harness; eight or ten sets buggy harness; one I. H. C. truck; two Ford machines; one good wagon; two hay frames, and several other things too numerous to mention. TERMS: All sums over $25, six months' credit with six per cent, interest bankable note. MASTERS & BOWYER, Stanford, 41-inclusive. Ky. By G. H. Masters. Chautauqua May eminently deserves under the rule Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured he that the offices belong to the U. fc. by local applications, ns they cannot reach the dlsiastd portion of the car. There Is senators. only one way to cure catarrhal deafness, two-hor27-31, 3t se beginning at 2 o'clock p. m., I will offer for sale at the late home of J. II. Pruitt, in Moreland, Ky., some stock in the Moreland Bank and Peoples Bank of Hustonville and some old style furniture, namely beds, dressers, chairs, carpets, rugs, etc. Also one black horse, good, gentle driver, buggy, some implements and many ; other things. At the same time, having on hand in my furniture store several pieces of antique furniture, such as cherry drop leaf table, square cherry tables, antique sideboards, chest of drawers, table, bed, odd shaped table, old time chest, antique dresser, also full suits old style, hall tree, child's bed, old time mirrors, divans, etc. Will give you an opportunity to get some of these pieces that are hard to find. Bargain prices. It will pay you to investigate if interested in antique furniture. G. B. PRUITT, Moreland, Ky. Capt. J. B. Dinwiddie. Auctioneer. When You Want House Paint Call On The Lincoln Pharmacy Out of Reach You Can Buy It for President Wilson, on expert advice from both sides of the water,.de-cline- s to permit Col. Roosevelt to raise a volunteer army to join with the French in fighting the Germans and gives most excellent reasons for it. He says that he is alone responsible for the conduct of the war and as much as he would like to pay the colonel tho compliment of sending him to aid the allies, this is no time for sentiment, but for scientific definite- ness and precision. The colonel, he says, has rendered conspicuous service to the country in many ways, but he is not learned in army matters, and a raw and untrained body of men would be less effective than the trained soldiers he will send to France. If Mr. Roosevelt leally wants to fight he has the right of every citizen and can find many subordinate plaoGs that he can fill much better than at the head of a division of soldiers. It is far better to let the men that the government has tried to make competent to command its armies, direct any battles that they may be called on to fight. and that Is by a constitutional remedy. Catarrhal Deafness Is cuustd by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube Is Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when It Is entirely closed, Dcafnets is the result. Unless the Inflammation can be reduced nnd this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will bo destroyed forever. Jinny cases of deafness nro caused by catarrh, which Is an Inllamed condition of tho mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru the blood on the mucous surfaces of tho sjstem. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any cace of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Circulars free. Ml DruKKlsts. 75c. F J flirvvv r- rrt Tilodo, O -A-WORD CENT (Ads here srn l cent s word eueH Issue, cssh with order; no aa lets than 25fl tarn issue,) ADS prestf ents at Mueller's. FOR SALE t7,i7!n GRADUATING and wedding 38-- rnrcv Lincoln Wonder, s -n & m Do Not Think Paint Has Gone $2.00 the happy memory of school days all time. Your Graduation Portrait s and those of your will be priceless in the years to come. Logan will resign to accept a tax commission tendered him by Gov. Stnnlnv As Ilia lirnc.int nflir.fi nuvs $4,000 a year and the tax commission only j,(uu, it iooks on the surtaco that Mr. Logan is making considerable sacrifice, but a well nuthenticat- pil rnnini lints n now nsnnpf nn Hip matter that by doing so he will got iour more years oi oince. ino governor can appoint him for two years I'ow and for another four before Ills term of office expires. Assistant Attorney General C. II, Morris, who has been in tho office since 1904, it is said, will be appointed to succeed Mr. 1 Logan until the November election. Now? comes from Lexington that will the Phoenix Hotel Company build another hotel on the site of tho Northern Hank building to bo ten storries high and to cost a half, million dollars. The need of tho additional hotel i capacity in tho capital of the bluo grass has for some time been pressing, as it has been difficult to It is stated that Attorney General Pence, Jr., Stanford. AUTO SERVICE anywhere; day of night; reasonable prices'. Call phone 231. T. H. Eads. S. H. S. pin. Left at this FOUND office by Mr. 'J. M. McCarty, Call and getitjtnd pay for this notice. to rent a mare for a WANTED motherless colt. Write or phono J. M. Cress, Stanford, R. F. D. No. 4. tf WANTED cow to "keep" for mulk until Nov. 1st. Plently of grass, water, shade and fly oil. E. M. Royalty. 32-t- f' 41-F- tf Straw Hat Season Has Arrived We are featuring all the new things in 41-l- p. A 75 or 80 pound sow ESTRAY came to my place about May 1. Owner can get her by paying for this notice and her keep. W. P. Tmoas, Hus- tonville. 41-- lt KEEP class-mate- Make the appointment now Martha E. Sacray entertain large conventions and other crowds. Tho Phoenix is said to be a regular gold mine, earning 15 to 20 per cent, on its common stock and paying tho holders 12 per cent, the excess going to constant Improve ments. Chautauqua, May 27-31, inclusive. bag containing a small pocket book with something like $2.00 in it at the morning services nt tho Christian church, Sunday, p Mnv 20. Mrs. Earl Withers. FOR SALE "at half cost, crowbar, saw, brake sledgo hammer, cross-cu- t cart, buggy, harness, double trees, single trees, diggers, horso brushes and combs, shot gun. Jos. Ballon, 41-- 1 Stanford. Two Jersey bulls enmo ESTRAY to my place on Buck Creek, two miles from Ottenheim, on about tho last of April. Owners can got same by identifying them and puying for this ltd. p Hallio Hatfield. PAINTING & PAPER HANGING ' Have your painting and papering done by mo: satisfaction guaranteed so it would bo to your interest to let mo figure with you uoioro contracting your Job. G. L. Bradley, 40-Hustonville. LOST. A silk Panamas, Leghorns Bangkoks, Balilukes Milans, Splits, Sennets " " " 41-l- Come in and Pick Yours While the Stock is Fresh and Sizes Good 39-2T- Parks & Hendren Co. INCOBl'ORlTJtD Danville. Kentucky 4t sua 1 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, May 22, 1917 Page Five Our Country Is Now Engaged In The Greatest War Ever In The History Of The World This Bank can not fight on the firing line, but proposes to do its part by offering and "Coitii on Ovir, Sit My Corn FaH Off!" HI Fat 2 Drops of 'Gets-I- t' on last DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER Irvine is to have a new depot nt tho cost of $10,000. Lop,an Caldwell's iarge stock bnrn in Boyle county, was destroyed by fire. Ind., has been indicted for malfeasance of office. Representative Daniel W. Corn-stocof Indiana, is (lend of pneu-moni- n in Washington. k, Mayor John G. Harris, of Hloom-nigto- n, Watch- -" "Sec all you have to do In to ubo your two fingers nnd lift tlio corn rlKht off. That's tho way 'Oets-I- t nlwnys works. You Just put on ntmut 2 drops. Then tho corn not only shrivels, hut loosens from tho toe, without uffectltiK the surround-In- st llcsh In the least. Why. It's a pleasure to have corns and Hight-N- ow nl-m- GIVE A PRESENT To The Graduates It is reported that the Stnndiird Oil Co. has bought the holdings of the Wood Oil Co. and of Hoot, Hupp Dupp in Estill county for ."$1 1,000,-000; & Loaning to Its Customers, The Far-er- s and The Public all The Money That Their Condition Warrants n Quirk rimornt Tlint Corn find Mltli 'liel.t-lf.- " rco how 'Gets-I- t Kcts thorn off In a hum nnd without tho least pain. I can wear ttaht shoes, dnnco and wall: us though I nevor had corns." "(Sets-It- " makes the use of salves, bundling b.itul.iges, tape, plasters and other things not only foolish, hut unnecessary. Use this wonderful discovery, "Octs-It,- " for anv soft or hard corn or callus. It Is the now, simple, easv, quick way, and It never falls. You'll never have to cut a corn ngnln with knives or scissors, and run chances of blood tonight. poison. Try "acts-It- " "Oets-It- " Is sold everywhere, 25a a bottle, or sent on receipt of prlco by Ii. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, 111. Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn remody by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The To purchase Cattle., Hogs, Seeds, Tools, and to hire additional labor to raise bumper crops and animals to feed our brave sailors and soldiers and the people of our beloved country. That Win The First National Bank Stanford, Ky. 1-- 2 X!f' date for President of the United States, died last week after a long This Bank will receive subscriptions for 3 illness, at the ago of 80 years Lawrence Pempsey, negro, was "Liberty U. S. Bonds, known as lynched at Fulton, early Sunday morning. The negro was taken from Penny Drug Store. Loan" to raise money for war. the pity jail, where he was held on " 'a charge of severly cutting Clarence Mrs. Mary Penny has been the ' Dublin, an Illinois Central watchman, guest of her sister, Mrs. Sallie Scott, who is in a serious condition, in a hospital. Dempscy was hanged in the' Mr. Ben Williams was here from in the Goshen section. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Dr. L. F. Huffman, who recently rear of the jail, Nicholasville Sunday. Senator Beckham wnl name the Mr. W. S. Fish is at home for a day Miss Louise Moore Jones is visit- recovered from an attack of pneu- monia, is again confined to his room Seventh district collector to succeed ing relatives at Berea. or so. Lexington "? Marshall, whose term has Miss Esther Burch is at Corbin Mrs. Russell P. Brown has joined with the same disease. imed, Secretary McAdoo announced for a few days. her husband at Liberty. Miss Ophelia Lackey ontcrta'ned last week. Beckham has made a de-- a Mr. and Mrs. Logan McCall spent Mrs. B. D. Carter spent Monday number of the younger set at The. tcrmined fight against Marshall s Sunday at Maretburg. and Tuesday with her mother near on Monday evening after appointment, while the Frankfort S. Hocker, Jr., was home from Mitchellsburg. J. Lexington college Sunday. Miss Martha Severance Raney, of thn Mozart, jm.l GW r.luh Rocitnl nt man had the support of Senator and Representative Cantrill Mrs. Wesley King, of Garrard, is Eastern Normal, spent Sunday with the opera house. The table was Four men were killed and eleven tifully decorated in pink and white visiting her relative, Mrs. J. W. Luns-for- homefolks here. Hon. L. F. Hubble and wife, of flowers and a delightful ice course iniured, several of them probably when a turbine engine explodwas served. The guests were: Mr. Joe Miss Vercil LeCompptc, of Frank- Somerset, are guests of ed at the Bessemer plant of the T. Embry and Miss Lottie W. fort, has been the gucstof Miss Nan- and Mrs. R. L. Hubble. Iron & Steel Company. OffMr. Sam Hill and Mis. Rach cy Hunn. Mrs. Margaret Farra and daughter. Mr. Les Eads and Mrs. Sallic Miss Elizabeth Farra, have returned el Hill. Mr. Maurice 1 uckcr and Miss icers, who have started an invostigato Pipes, of Hustonville, were here Sat- to Nicholasville to spend the summer. Mary Bailev, Mr. Prcscott Bro.vn and tion, say they are unable A assign maior- urday afternoon. Mrs. Lelia B. Cooke will arrive Miss Matsy Grimes. Mr. John Cash. a reason for the accident. M. M. Miller, Richmond, home Thursday from Cedar Springs. and Pattye Perkins. Mr. Howard uy of the men killed were American Mrs. of spent several days with her niece, S. C, where she has been for several Newland and Miss Nellie Wilson Hill, steel workers Mr. Hartwell Shanks and Miss Belle! .A oi Roosevelt has announced that Mrs. W. S. Embry. months. Mr. Clem Hill and Miss all men who had volunteered to Mrs. J. S. Rice returned Saturday W. C. Webb, of the Hubble sec- Russell, tne night from a protracted visit to her tion, took this morning's train for Elizabeth Hunn, Mi. Henley Cash serve with him underbeen American absolved in mother at Cave City. Jackson county to look after some, ai'd Miss Jean Paxton and Miss Ophe- flag all France had from further connection with the lia Lackey. Frank Graves, of Frankfort, was land he owns there. movement, and that the only course Mr. J. E. Moore and wife, Mrs. here Sunday the guest of one of open to them now is to enter the milSENIOR PLAY Lucy Moore and Mrs. J. L. Moore Stanford's prettiest girls. if in some itary Mrs. Bettie Larue, of Louisville, and daughter, Miss Sadie Moore, of The cream of commencement is they service to do so. otherif way to ami not are able Bpent several days with her sister, Berea. spent bunday with Mr. and the Senior Play, which will be given on the evening of May 22nd, at the serve the country in civil life. Mrs. H. N. Jones. Mrs. George F. DeBorde. Lexington suffered the most deMrs. W. L. Bybee, who came over Stanford Opera House, by the Senior J. F. Pettus, of Springfield, has structive conflagation in its history Preachers-vill- e to attend the burial of her father. Class. been with relatives in the It promises to be the enjoyoritrinat-tin- g Rev. W. S. Grinstead, returned to able event of the commencement Monday morning, when fire section of the county. about 2 o'clock in the livery Miss Elizabeth Coppage, of Cov- her home at Ashland Monday. season. The characters have been ington, has been the guest of her sisProf. M. L. Cancer, who will head well selected and play their parts ad- stable of Porter & Jackson corner swept southter, Mrs. George Martin. the Stanford High and Graded School mirably. The play, a farce Limestone and Church Mrs. Herbert Reynolds has gone to next year, will deliver two gold med- comedv, is not of the sentimental ward and westward, thedestroying, or buildings in Somerset to see her nephew, a little als at the annual recital at the opera kind, but is full of life, philosophy damaging most of bounded by Limehouse Thursday night. son of Mr. and Mrs. Denny Gooch. and wit. Ferdinand Matheny, as the business block Miss Minelle Pruitt. of Moreland. Martin Henry, is supposed to be the stone. Short, Upper and Church County Attorney and Mrs. E. C. office Moore, of Liberty, spent Sunday with was the uest for several days of Miss h:ziest man in the country and he htreets. Sparing the McCellandjust to building, the Farrell building Wilkinthe former's mother at Ed Ida Holtzclaw, on her return from does the part justice and his speeihcs the east and a few structures fring-ini- r Richmond where, she had been at- contain some very witty, as well as son's, tho east side of Nortk- Upper tending Eastern Normal. true savings. Miss Belle Russell, as Miss Sue Whitley Murphy, of Dr. J. G. Carpenter has been noti- Miss Abigail Parsons, most striking- street, the fire leaped across Church Canada, is the guest of her buildbrother, J. H. Murphy and other fied by the Sergeant General of the ly plays the part of a very original street onand devoured several thorthe north side of that U. S. A that his name has been plac- old maid. The other characters are ings relatives. as if to give a spectaMiss Mamye Singleton, who is at- ed on file of the S. R. C, subject to iust as suited for their parts, but oughfare and,to its destructive work, cular finish tending Eastern Normal at Richmond, call when needed. The doctor says he they do not have quite the amount of originality about tlum. scattered sparks which caught the came down tor the tiaccalaureate is ready to go at any time. lofty tower of the Second Presybto-ria- n "Engaged by Wednesday" Sunday night. sermon Mrs. Emma Lee Vaughan and son, church on Market street, over a Mr. and Mrs. Mark Collis and little Mr. Walton Vaughan, of Richmond, Characters block away, leaving that splendid edidaughter, of Columbus, Ga., are the Va are here for, a brief visit to the Martin Henry, the laziest man n fice a blackened ruin. The guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. family of her brother, E. C. Walton. the county Ferdinand Matin iy buildings, stocks and fixtures loss on is variA. W. Carpenter, near Moreland. Maurice Tucker ously estimated at from $300,000 to They came through from the Old Do- Arthur Watson thurs Joe. T. Embry, John Cish Mr. H. C. LeCompte and family minion in a car, and the trip was a $500,000. Jack, Ted and Dick, friends of Ar- were over from Frankfort Sunday. very enjoyable one. ?h Mrs. LeCompte and little daughters thur's.J. T. Embrv. J. and II. News comes WITH THE CHURCHES will remain during commencement Henry Sallee, of that Mr. and Mrs. Miss Abigail Persons, a woman of Augusta, Montana, Presbyterian Church No service Belle Rus "II ideas week. have a son at their home, the on Wednesday evening this week. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Woodard, Mrs. fellow having arrived a few davs little Mrs. Watson, a gentle person ago. daughter. Miss He has been named Bain McAlister. Nellie Wilson IM1 The Woman's Society will meet with C. C. Woodard and on Friday at . Matsy Grimes Mrs. W. B. McKinney Gtace Davis Woodard. of Wilmore, Mrs. Sallee, it will be remembered Lucile Persons. 2:30. were in the city Saturday with was Miss Arethusa McAlister, of this Marie, Jnne and Mabel, friends of The Woman's Missionary Society Lucile Pattye Perkins, Elizafriends. city. beth Hunn, Lottie W. McKinney of the Baptist church will meet with Miss Frank Waller left the last of Mr. Mrs. A. B. Florence at 2 :.'!() Thurslast week for her home at Madison-vill- Boyle, and Mrs. Thomas Metcalf, of Mnrv. Martin Henry's aunt; cook were on Monday's train re afternoon. Mrs. J. S. Rice is .Team Paxton day nt tho Persons' Miss Waller has made many Eva Rankin leader. friends here who sincerely hope that turning from Pinevilks where thev First Girl had been to see Mr. Charles Metcalf, Second Girl Rev. William N. Nevins, for three Josephine Matheny she will return in the fall. Serena Young years pastor of the First Baptist Mr. Howard Newland and Miss who suffered a paralytic stroke some First Gynsy ..Marietta Goggm church at Newport, has a unanimous Sallie Burdette, Mr. J. L. Beazley weeks ago, and who continues very Second Gvpsy.. Baptist Girls and boys Francis Embry. Ai - call to the East (First) and Miss Lucile Stone were guests of ill. netto Wearen, Anna K. Mathenv, church at Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Woods for six Fd Tanner, Pat Tanner nnd Clem o'clock dinner Friday evening. TO THE PUBLIC Hill. Get More Miles Dodd Skinner, of Hustonville leavThe time is the present, and the I have bought the agency of the take es today for Houston. Texas.to community that of any college town Singer Sewing Machine Co , at StanIn these days of n position with Mr. William Weather- ford and will be found at James ford, who has made a fortune in tho costs it is absolute extravagance in the middle west. ready to sell you a machine to throw away your old tires just mercantile business in that city. nnd repairs and also repair your maIN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES because they are or Baugh and son, Arthur Mrs. A. II. Ky. for we can change them Suit was filed at Nicholasville chines. W. C. Wollford, Stanford, 41- returned to their home in Hustoninto practically new tires.and you against the Q. & C. for $50,000 damn few ville Tuesday after spending ages for the killing of Ray B. Riley, weeks with her sister, Mrs. Mattie can get 5,000 to 10,000 more miles of service out of them. a Nntional guard, who was guarding Wayne County Outlook. Simpson. High Bridge. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. R. Denham, of The man Whittaker. charged with Half-So- le Iowa, are here the guests Iowa City. killing Woodall, in Pulaski countv, of her father, Mr Wm. Beck nnd his Cost got 17 years in tho penitentiary. WilLess than New Tires arc son, E. B. Denham. They have been killacquitted of the guests of her sisters, Mrs. H. E. built practically the same as new lie Hunter wns named Georgetho ing of Washmi Tuurt urt Ji.i.isi. Thompson at Three Rivers, Mich., tires, look like new ones and wenr ington. a negro and Mrs. J. G. Bullou, at Graytown, even better. Will Proctor's barn in Danville Guaranteed 3,500 Miles Without Ohio. Ofllco Phono No. G together Puncture and many users are burned Monday, contents. with conMr. Claiborne C. Walton, of the Carter's Livery and Feed Stablo Loss about siderable of its averaging 5,000 to 10,000 miles. battleship Montana, was here Thurs1,000. I' ling's barn, near by, caught M. CASEY day and visited his uncle, Colonel W. Think of the pleasure of driving several times but wns saved by hard your car without continual fear fighting. P. Walton, and family as he was reSurgeon and turning to New York to resume duty ot punctures. llw. Rogue Phillips is dead at nfter a visit to his fnther. Mr E. C. Don't Throw Away Another Worn of n complication of troubles. Her Dentist Tire find out first about Gates Walton, and family nt Stanford. husband died sorno years ago but sevHalf-Sol-e Tire. Come in and see eral children are left. She was a Cattle and Hogs Vaccinated Lexington Leader. us show you, without of Mr. James W. Tate, of Editor W. O. Mclntyre, of tho them and let anv obligation, how you can get To Public: Danville Advocate, was a caller Sat5,000 to 10,000 more miles out of urday. Besides his work on tho DanAfter a short illness John W. MXi I represent the largest sml best made to worn tires nt about ville daily, Mr. Mclntyre has several yourprico you would have to pay Brown, 71 years old, of Garrard ordrr clothing house In this countrv the county, died at n Lexington hospital F.i Y. Pri't and Oo Chicago, III. My ex other publications to look nfter, is for news the mil and in tires. poison.- Ho was ono of fierlence your measurlni;gives directing advantage of tho New of uraemie one of tho mnnngers clothes, me the tho countv's most nrominent nnd over nne who Is not u practical tailor, It ou Danville's magnificent hotels, venlthy citizens. For forty years he will give me your crdir, I will promise you a nnd buys, builds and sells more will had been ,gqged in general mer- square deal. Tou the pit the worth ot your houses nnd lots than any other man chandising nt Ruckov). nnd wn for money, either in My cueapett grade or the higher prices. of his town. Ho is also mayor of tho Sales Company a number of years postmaster at that cltv, publicity man for the 0. & C. SPRING AND SUMMER nlaco Besides hit wifa he is survivrd line of samples Is now ready for your in nnd corresponds for nearly all of tho J. B. WILLIAMS, Agent by three brothers, L. E. Brown, R. S. spection, in Cincinnati and Louisville. dailies lail now and lei m snow you 4th St., Danville; Phono No. 742 Brown nnd James Brown, the latter wj A busv man indeed is our old friend, Practical Tailor 17 of Madison county. htanfoid, Kt. Mac." Fve robbers held up and robbed n paymaster of $(5,000 on Racine e, Chicago, after shooting the detective guarding the man with the money. On his way from church to his home LaFayette Kitchen, a farmer, was 'hot to death near Graysov, late Siitunlny night. Eight men are under arrest, charged with the crime. Snm Corum, a wealthy farmer, of Sliughters, lost hi life, and Floyd Gentry, his brother-in-lawas Beverly injured when their automobile iv .is overturned near Madisonville eiil Sunday. St one- - opposition on the part of Kentucky Democrats has developed "gainst the npnointment of Percy Haly. of Frankfort, as Collector of the Seventh Internal Revenue district to succeed Men Marshall. Haly is the ihohe of Senator J. C. W Beckham. Mr. Uelvn Loockwood, ihe first womnn admitted to practice before the Supreme Court, a pioneer in the woman suffrage movement and tho only woman who ever was a candi- We Have Pretty Gauze Fans, 25c to $2.00 Fancy Box Handkerchiefs 25 to 50c Crepe de chine Handkerchiefs 25c Embroidered Lace Edge Handkerchiefs 50c Silk Hose, 50c to $1.25 Silk Socks, 50c Vanity Purses, 50c to $2 i SEVERANCE R. M. NEWLAND 1 & SON PUBLIC SALE per cent the the I , 5 Per Cent W. KING & SON J. C. McCLARY I , I beau-'J"m- d. Headauartera for Best I will sell at public am tion at the Veranda Hotel, Mi Kinney, Ky., beFIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE ginning at o'clock Phone 168 and 45. Stanford, Ky SATURDAY AFTERNOON MAY 26, the following household and kitchen furniture: Two nice Bed Room suits, a Brass Bed, Dining Room Table and Chairs, China Cabinet, Brussel carpet, 12x15 Axminster Rug, 9x12 FARM LOANS Axminster Rug, Parlor Table, Kitchen Cabinet, Range, Large Heater, Over 3 Million Loaned Through Library Table, Rocking Chairs, Porch Swing and Chair, Lawn Mower, This Office Kitchen Linoleum, and many other things too numerous to mention. Terms made known on day of snle. Attend and bring your fnendf. INSURANCE .MRS. R. H. METCALF, ' v. McKjnney, 0-.- y, BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE Ky. Cheapside & Short Lexington, Ky. Commissioner's Sale vs. Edward Alcorn, Exor. of A. G. Chrisman, deed. G. A. I Undertaker j Office Embalmei Homo Phone 167 Phone 35 STANFORD. KY. ct J. L. Beazley & Co., Win-nipep- - g, Undertaker Em- - 'mer Phone 42. Stanford. Kv C- - H i!Gfij3mTWrsS S. C. B LEGHORN EGGS e. of the best laying strains, for hatching, at all times. Also baby chicks, when I can furnish them. For sale by MRS. R. L. BERRY Phone No. L 7-- Hustonville, Kentucky bidder, the following described land county, Kentucky, about one and a half miles from Moreland station: Beginning at a stone near a down poplar stump, comer to Hoffman, and running thence with his 100 poles to line N 75 W 14 stone corner to same; thence N 9 W noles to a gate corner to 0 90 E J. J. Wright's; them" N 18 poles to a none on north 3i 8 side of branch corner to Sallv and Betty Carter in Wrigh line; thence 0 E 206 with same line S U8 poles to a stone corner corner to James M. Carter; thence S 58 W poles to r SI? corner to thence N .15 same in Hoffman's li- pole to beginning 0 W 100 containing 90 acres of land but there is excepted from the above boundary nasswny. A the following describe corner passway beginning at a to Carter in Hoffman's line: thence poles to the road, 3o W 100 near a stone at a poplar stumor thcue with the road to Misses Sallv ind Bettv Carter's gate, being 15 feet wide Said .ale m.ide for the purpose of division of the proceeds of sale among the heirs of A. G. Chris-mn- o deceased. Sale is made on a ( redit o' s'v mnnth. purchaser to eec"t" b i id. bcarin. six per cent, interest from date of sale, to the unwith apdersigned Commissioner, proved norsoivil security, lien retained on l.uxl srhl to secure pyment of bond, hnwng force and ettect of 21, 1917 E. D. judgment. 11 3t M. C. L. C. C. in Lincoln (i-- J will on MONDAY, JUNE 11, 1917, County Court Day at 11 o'clock A. M., in front of the court house door in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best Defendants Chrisman ct al Pursuant to judgment rendered by the Lincoln Circuit Court, in above styled action, at its February term 1917, the undersigned Commissioner Notice of Sale Plaintiff a 40-10- 1- -2 3-- 4 50-10- !!2-10- 0 lti-10- 1 Ki-10- 0 M-- PEN-NINGTO-- 5,000 Come To The high-motorin- g Mc-Bee- 's tread-wor- n rut-wor- n Great May Sale -- ! VBHIsB Gates 3 Tires AT THE-- RemedyforMMI Bargain Store Messaline in all Colors, 98c 39 to 98c Silk Hose Big Bargains in Waists, 48c Wil-di- o J. Veterinary sip-t- or Brod-hea- the one-ha- lf Gil-che- r, - International Rubber r niTni inisAUrLLIv Salem & Salem, Stanford . " Page Six MIDDLEBURG The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: trouble supplying farmers with navy beans for planting. We hear of scv- ernl inrmcrs, on vnc riuKiout tobneco and arc planting - HENRY P. RHINOCK fn,.nVinnt Vinrnnlinii t nrn hnvlntt PRAISES TANLAG Brother o! Back In Good Shape. WAS ONCE ALL Ithinnck RUN DOWN lis ot.ifwt This is commend able and much more patriotic. i. ..., Wrimaij Invocation Piano Full Speed Etumuuj, itou mwr - Z3xbf 191? gianfiirit (Oprru week closed Sunday night. for Is Theren were no additions but Rev. F. T. Kelly preached fine sermons that 10 church which hnd been in progress me meeting at i" :mi Rev. M. D. Early Kowalski me miiiuuisini. were neipiui William Myers ad D. C. Allen were here Thursday looking for fat hogs. Tlmv hoticht 46 head from Judge Candidates for county nonors are :tu.. ..lnnti'nif nnrn nr iloini? some thing more useful than running over the country bothering mosc wn mu trying to do something. They are making themselves real scracc around here. Miss Essie Haney did not, surprise ......... Imr vnru lipst. friends l)V slipping off to Stanford and getting gmijii married. .Most, oi uicm nan to hanneii :..i.i:.,.. nt vtmt wn iminp and were prepared for the news when it came .Mr. notions is io on winning so lovely .. ....,..,., .,c Atiaa TTnnov. Sho Was one of our best young ladies and has a host of menus wno wisn ncr un- Lincoln Wells. s known to throughout the a tn to. I to Is u lirotlior of Joseph Illilnock, fortnor ooiifxiosiium from the Sixth district of Koiitiukj mid nt ono ini;ttti llonry time mayor of Itlilnock, who ll os in Covltmtou, K,., is one of miiiiy prominent moll tlmt have niiiic out imlilloly untl Jndor-e- d 'ranliK'. "I was troubled with my stniniwli." lio said, "and pis formed nftor online. I couldn't seem to cot a good nlaht's would roit. When I did go to hod lio nwako for a Ions tlmt. tlio day 1 had falntiiiu spells, when ".pot formed lioforo in oyos. This in itself was had enough, lint the hoav., dull feeling I had most of tilt tlmt Mas worxp. Ml tie, things Irritated mo and thought I would lmo to drop my Imsl ness for awhile, hut nhout that tlnu some ono recommended Tanlno to mo. "As soon as I started taking Tnnlno I noticed my appetite got hettor. Pood that 1 didn't date touch hoforo now tastes good to mo ami I dUo.-- t it without any troiihle at all. "I go to hod and sleep soundly now, straight through till morning. That tired, druggy feeling Is gone too." If you don't fool light get Tanlac today. Sour stomach, which causes bloating and liolchlng. dl.zy sleeplessness, had breath, bad taste In the mofith and that Ken oral tired, run down feeling are all signs that nature needs liflp to put your system hack in shape. Henry 1 i tlicm-sand- In (ilni;tiii unit Misses Mnry Bailey nnd Rachel Hill School Chorus Vocal Sinding Piano Mnrche Grotesque Misses Annie VnnArsdnlo Craig nnd Nancy Kathcrinc McKinney Prof. T. J. Coatcs Address Godnrd Piano Mazukn Miss Frances Embry Presentation of Diplomas Prof. T. J. Coatcs Piano Song of the Book Pnpo Miss Annette Wcnrcn Benediction Rev. W. D. Wclburn Annual 2teriial iHmi trStartmruts Staufctri. (Bratofo aiiurniiuu, tzurutmj, iWaij djnnl 24tl, H;IUI n'rhtrlt Mozart Mac-Derm- The following officers nnd teachers were installed in the Sunday School last Sunday: Superintendent, Mr. Calvin Greer; Assistant superintendent, A. B. Wylio; Secretary, Miss Mny Hundley; Treasurer, Miss Gertrude Hundley, Librarian; Miss Ethel Saunders, Organist; Mrs. J. C. Hund-lTeacher of Class No. 1 ; Mrs. Lewis McCreary, Class No. 2; Mrs. MinClass No. 3; Mr. A. nie Morgnn, B. Wylie, Class No. 4; Mr. Valentine Fngaly. to Mr. Ed Wcbl has returned Richwood, W. Va., after a short visit with his narcnts. Miss Vesta Sims is staying with her aunt, Mrs. Ann Eliza Eubnnks of PIcnsant View. John Waddle and family, who have lived in Louisville nnd Dayton. 0., for the past eighteen months, have come back to old Lincoln and purchased the D. G. Jeffries farm of forty acres, recently occupied by Mr. Ransom Padgett, The Daniel Booi.c Oil Co., have moved their drill from tho farm of Ed Surber to the adjoining farm of Mr. Cyrus Snunders, after having put down one test well on the bur her farm. Mrs. Ebright has rctunrod to her y, PARLOR GROVE NERVOUSNESS AND BLUES Symptoms of More Seriout Sickness. WflflWnjrton Park, 111. "I am .the mother of four children and havo suf fered Wttn lcmaie 1 bounded happiness. PROGRAM Piano Voice Magic Flute Overture uiilni-Iiortii- 1 KAVANAUGH CAMP Ml Do you want to know what Kava- nauglfCamp is? Let me tell you most interesting fact. This summer, for 6, one whole week. July V,nrn io n lll n YnilTlP PoOnle'S Con ference at Kavanaugh Camp, Crest- wood, Ky. IJid you ever go camping i Then without doubt this enmp will appeal to you, for it gives one an op- Mozart Club portunity for rest, recreation, education and inspiration. Last summer fifty Kentucky girls attended this Camp, besides a number of boys and grown people. Did a girl in your community go? If so ask her to tell you about one of the happiest times she ovn- - Vin.l Tf nnt. watch for articles that will tell more about this week of camp at Kavanaugh. Announcement was made by the British Admiralty that the British transport Camcronia had been torpedoed in the Eastern Mediterranean April 15, with the loss of 140 lives. The Interior Journal, $1.50 a year, (a) If You Would Love Me , (b) A Dream Bartlett Miss Pnttye Perkins Piano The Chirping Sparrow Spindler Misses Martha Ewing Tcrhune, Eddie Bruce Baughman, Catherine Murphy, Frances Tate, Dorothy Tribble,.. Allene Gooch,.. Frances Traylor, LeHa Cook Raney, Gladys Southard. Quartette Barcarolle (Tales of Hoffman) Offenbach Misses Belle Russell, Nancy Kntherine McKinney, Nellie W. Hill, Piano Voice Pattye Perkins. Robins of the Woodland Miss Lelia Cook Raney De Wier spell-headach- es, Ah! Tis You Scott Miss Nancy Kathcrine McKinney Piano Alpine Glow Oestcn Misses Margaret Davison, Hester Anderson, Frances Cormney, Sophie Saunders, Annie Lee Eubanks, Sadie Wearcn. Monologue Daisy's Practice Hour Phelpps Miss Eddie Bruce Baughman (Pupil of Miss Burch) l boasts many. wardens are looking sick after the heavy frosts. Potato ciops in many places Avill have to be replanted. Gardens were never so backward in many years. Mrs. M. E. Fish has been quite sick for several days with rheuma- CRAB ORCHARD Mr. James R. Edmiston, of Louis ville, was here to see his relatives Saturday and Sunday. Everyone was And Sour Stomach Caused This clad to sec Jim Hob. With only one hand, Mr. McWhor-te- r, Lady Much Suffering. Black-Draug- ht of our city, cultivates a large Piano Under the American Flag Relieved. Hoist garden, always has more vegetables Misses Frances Cormney, Tabitha Martin, Sophie Saunders, Sadie than anyone. He has in a large pota Wearen, Janie Hocker, Vie Gose Smith, William Wclburn, William to crop. He keeps his place free of Meadorsville, Ky. Mrs. Pearl PatTate. weeds, which he tights vigorously and yet has time and bravery to hurl a rick, of this place, writes: "I was Voice Beloved It Is Morn Aylward stroke at sinfulness wherever he very constipated. I had sour stomach Miss Belle Russell finds it AH honor to Mr. McWhor- and was so uncomfortable. I went to Wandering in Woodlands Chorus Roeder ter. Glee Club the doctor. He gave me some pills. Mrs. Kate Middleton, of Danville, was here Sunday to see her sister, They weakened me and seemed to great mule jack, Joe at $8 on same PERCHERON STALLION tear up my digestion. They would Mrs. Emma r arris. Montez Fish came over from gripe mo and afterwards it seemed terms. Will make liberal cut to those Richmond to attend the dance at the I was more constipated than before. having more than one mare. Care takSprings Saturday night. I Tieard of Black-Draugand deMrs. Skiles, of Louisville, came to Believing that now is the time to en to prevent accidents, but not reson, Mr. Howard Skiles and cided to try it. I found it just what I visit her grandchild, Miss Dorothy needed. It was an easy laxative, and raise good horses and mules, I will sponsible should any occur. R. L. see her Alene Skiles. not bad to swallow. My digestion soon stand my registered Pcrcheron stal- Berry, Hustonville, Ky. My farm is Rev. Pervis wants every member Improved. I got well of the sour stom- lion, Bosscau, weight 2,000 pounds, one mile east of Hustonville, on tho of the Christian church who is interach, my bowels soon seemed normal, at $10 to insure a living colt and my Stanford pike. ested in the welfare of the church to meet him at the evening service no more griping, and I would take a Sunday. He has something good for doze now and then, and was in good you. Come and hear him. blmpc. Mrs. Charlie Holman, of Paris, I cannot say too much for Black-Draugbrought his wife and children to visfor It Is the finest laxative his mother and sister this week. it They returned to Paris Monday ev- one can use." ening, leaving Miss Helen to stay a Thcdford's Black-Draughas for many years been found of great valuo while with her grandmother. The graded school building was In the treatment of stomach, liver and packed to its full capacity Monday bowel troubles. Easy to take, gentle evening to witness the closing exer- and reliable in Its, action, leaving no cises of the expression class which bad after-effect-s, it has won tho praise has been so successfully taught bv of thousands of people who have used J in NC-13Miss Esther Burch, of Stanford. I it. tried hard to get a pnnt in the iTcat audience but failed, so am unable to give each performer the credit due. anothAll who attended were pleased and te a fine the patrons feel Miss Burch teacher and many more puni's we hope will take advantage of th'- - op portunity to become good speal s. Messrs. Pervis and Hurt have each purchased autos and our town tailMC KINNEY CONSTIPATION Misses Mary Ruth Reinhart Lelia Cook Raney, Dorothy Tribble, Adelaide Proctor, Mary Frances Matheny. Voice The Lullaby of the Night Brackett Miss Nellie Wilson Hill Piano Glockenspeil Kramer Misses Lucile Waters, Annie Lee Eubanks, Louise Waters, Elsie Coleman, Sara Bright, Mary Chancellor, Joanna Ballou, Ola Rankin, Lucile Carter Trio Rockin' Time Knox Misses Belle Russell, Nancy Kathcrine McKinney, Pattye Perkins. Piano LeCarillon Kinguct trouble, backacho, nervous spells and the blues. My children's loud talking and romping would make mo so nervous I could just teat every thins to pieces and I would ache all over nnd feci so sick that I would not want anyone to talk. to me at times. Lydia E. Pinkham s Vegetable Compound nnd Liver PilU restored mo to health and I want to thank, home in Science Hill inter a pleas- you done me. good ant visit with her daughter, Mrs. J. have for thequite they have trouble and a bit of had C. Hundly. youthMr. Arthur Cornettc has sold his worry but it docs not affect my farm two miles from Wayncsburg, ful looks. My friends say ' Why do you on the Stanford pike to a Mr. Holtz- - look so young and well ? ' I owe it all claw. of West Virginia and purchas- to tho Lydia E. Pinkham remedies." ed the farm now occunicd bv Mr, Mrs. Rout. Stopiel, Sage Avenue, John Curlis. one and a haif miles be Washington Park, Illinois. low Wayncsburg. If you have any symptom about which A large number of the people of this neighborhood attended the tick- you would like to know write to the et drawing at the store of F. S. Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Gooch & Co., of Wayncsburg. A nice Mass., for helpful advice given free of kitchen cabinet was given away. Mr. charge. Ashford Johnson's oldest son held the lucky ticket. THE GRAND OLD GLORY Mr. Ransom Padgett has moved to Your flag, and my flag, and there it the Havdcn Reynolds farm, below flics today, Wayncsburg. Over your land, and my land, and" Mr. Valentine Fagalv spent Sunhalf a world away, day with Mr. Crawford Bell and fam- Rose, red, blood red, its stripes forily. ever gleam, Mr. John Waddle purchased a cow Pure-whit- e, our good of Mr. Calhoun, of Green Briar. forefather's dream, Mr. and Mrs. Lytt Webb, Miss Sel-m- a Sky blue, true blue, its stars shine Eubanks. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Mcnright; Creary and Mr. Powell McCrcny Our glorious guidon by the day, our have all returned from Dayton, O., shelter through the night. where they have been employed in the ammunition factories and taken Your flag, and my flag, and oh! how-mucup the more peaceful pursuit of farmit holds, ing. Your land, and my land, safe within The farmers are hindered in putting in their crops by the unusually Your its folds; heart, and my heart, beats cold spring, some not having any quicker at the sight; t soul-whit- e, h corn planted. A large number are the red, putting in spring buckwheat. Oats the blue, looking well on account of The one flag, thethe white. the are not great flag, late sowing and the , severe winter me and you ; injured the wheat crop. Glorfied all else beside, the red, the white, the blue. The defense opened its case yesterday in the trial of Capt. Franz Rintc- Details of the plan of the War Delen and five others charged with conspiring to disrupt the munitions partment by which volunteers in trade. The indictment against r. b, Kentucky may be assured of fighting-iunits composed entirely of Monnett has been dismissed. through organizing addiMcCreary county has 17 candi tional companies of the National dates for jailer and others are talking Guard were obtained from official sources. of entering the race. Sun-kissed, storm-tosse- d, flag-fo- r Ken-tuckia- ns BOSSEAU BY OUR BLOOD WE LIVE are subject to cold hands or feet if you catch colds readily or have rheumatic pains your blood or circulation is probably at fault and you need If you tire easily, ht Woolly Boy Clothes MIS ENUISIOI OF NORWEGIAN COD LIVER OIL easily-assimilate- vSsSt J. S. Mobley ef Son THE Sell the Champion Cream Saver r&) little girl at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rutledge swells the number of girl babies to seven. All are fine specimen and growing fast. Mr. J. Thomas Cherry was called to Conwav to be at the death bed of his only sister, Mis. Smith, who passed awav, leaving an infant of only n few days. Mr. Cherry is the last member of a family of eleven children. Thirty-fiv- e dollars were realized from the supper given by the members of the Christian church nt the graded school building Monday evening and they desiie to express their gratitude to all who helped and all who patronized them. Mr. Clinton Gooch, of Irvine, is horo to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gooch and omplov helii to run his boarding house at that place. Col J. W. Guest is still at the Springs and seems to be very well for ono of his ago. Ho wished to remain there and his children want him wh"fo ho is best satisfied. Wo are sorry to have to state that Mrs. Ada King is again quite sick. She bus so much improved as to bo iibb' to bo about the yard and house iind her friends were much encourag' ed over it. A tism. r.NEW 0 X n J LAVAL. Is no machine mado In Is wnicn proper jubrlcutlon moro vitally important than It Is In n cream separntor. A separator that Is not properly oiled will turn hard and soon wiar out. Boy's Knee Suits this make are the best made. Why buy er make when these are same price? Cut from all wool, pure dye cloth, handsomely ored and cut to fit. tf Call and try a few of these suits on your boy. d food, to increase which is nature's your red corpuscles and charge the blood with life sustaining richness. Scotts creates warmth to throw off colds and gives resistance to prevent sickness. Every Druggist has if. No Alcohol in SCOTT'S, SCOTT & BOWNE. BloomfieW, N. J. F-E-E-- D-S We are Headquarters for PURINA FEEDS Jtif. MW Brotkm The method of oil-Ithrough a number of llttla holes with a squirt-cawas unsatisfactory for the reason that some users would oil too much and too often, while others would not oil often enough. ROBINSON'S SPECIAL EXCURSION SUNDAY, JUNE 10 PURINA DAIRY FEEDS More Milk. PURINA MOLASSES HORSE FEED More Vim. PURINA FATENA MOLASSES CATTLE FEED More Fat. PURINA PIG CHOW Greatest Hog Grower. These Feeds are giving the best results possible. Place your der today. Sold only by or- Stock Pen Phone No. T. W. JONES 1 Residence Phone No, 176 The NEW De Laval u automatically oiled thosleht-fvtK-- You don't havo to f us around a NEW I)o Ijavul w llli a squirt-can- . blinply keep lubricator on top tilled w Itli oil and tho automatic oiling system nlll that eery gear and bearing In the machine has just the right amount of fresh, clean oil at all times. liM-- Southern Railway System Following Round Trip Fares in effect from Tho Pe T.aval oiling system lias greatly lmproed by the addition In the Ni:V lie I.nnl of an automatically oiled neck bearing t and the consequent elimination the tube that formerly carried oil to thU mot Important part. Danville, Ky. to Louisville $1.50 Lawrenceburg .$1.00 Shelbyville Harrodsburg .. $1.25 .$ .50 and Commonwealth's Attorneys from more than thiitv counties attended n conference nt Frankfort, enlled by Attorney General Logan, and put into motion a campaign to rid tho Statu of illegal combinations to fix the price of coal and food products and to institute prosecutions where found under tho laws of the State. anti-trust fi There never has cp. arator tlmt cm. bodied so many bet n u cream Similar reductions to all local stations between Danville Lexington and Louisville. Tickets limited for return trip to date of sale. Improvements Laval. Coma In and as tho NEW lie RETURNING No. 9 will be held STOVE .. us show you tho new machine. let at Louisville until .5:30 P. M. For further information see Ticket Agent, Southern Railway System. Pence & Hill, Furniture STANFORD, KENTUCKY oSm? Men TIWJ'jflSJ.l!W ' ' The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: NEVER MISS THE WATER TILL THE WELL RUNS DRY (Editorial from The Lincolnian) Wo never realize how much wo love things until fate compels us to release our hold upon them. But the gods never decreed that wo should be High School students for eternity. After is is nil over1 with wc arc almost moved to tears to think that we have been severed from the relations that bound us so close together through twelve years of school life nnd the associations which only n school student can experience. Though our lot has seemed hard nt time nnd often times caused rebellion on our parts, yet in after life we shnll look back upon school life with the tendcrest remembrances. Such thoughts ns dropping out of school hnvo often occurred to us yet a kind word of encouragement or a bit of praise sufficed nnd we began nnew with strengthened efforts nnd firmer resolve to see the thing thro until the last, nnd now when wo have crowned ourselves with glory so far as High School is concerned nnd have obtained all that is possible from the High School we wish to thank the teachers who have patiently borne with us during the four years in school nnd hnvo in various wnvs tried to show us thnt wc should make the best of our opportunities nnd we arc proud to say that the majority have heeded this excellent advice and nre striving daily to make something of ourselves. If fame and riches do not come our way there is one thing that everyone of us enn be and that is, honest men and women. It is indeed sad when the thought occurs to us that after commencement we may never again all lip assembled together. While it is true that wc will keep in touch with some of our class mates, yet there are others who will drop out of our lives nlltoirether. Some will follow honorable occupations, others will continue with their education and the "saddest" part is that others will be married. If we never all meet nirnin. here's honinir that success and happiness may be the lot of each member of the Class of 1917. The school paper is a new undertaking nnd at times the editor's lot seemed a hard one, but a few words of encouragement did the work for him, and as this is the last issue, the editor wishes to thank the members of the stafi" for their untiring efforts toward making the paper an uplifting and useful sheet. Thanks arc due our advertisers, who bore a great part of the financial burden and wo hope that thev have derived some benefit from the space they paid SjO generously for. JU, Page Sever SEEKS HORSES AND MULES The government is in the market for 250,000 horses nnd mules for army use, which probably will cost .$100,000,000. They will bo used in d ntldition to motor trucks nnd automobiles. Hoard of officers hnve been ordered to start on the animal nurchnso not later than June 1, nt I rout Iloynl, Vn., Kansas City, Mo . Fort Keno, Okln., nnd Fort Keogh, Mont. forty-thouimn- mv IlW B0mfm& tbHU0 fAuCMt 0PtCTl0NS tit k t Itmkmnt - (inn tiniHii It kttJ,t rt HhuiMtti ntT fcflHMH . h rut h ui Comfit rt jms.i The tablet form of this old reliable remedy makes it possible for you to check any illness at the very onset. It is a safeguard jujuinst coughs, colds and other catarrhal conditions, no matter what symptoms ore manifest. Catarrh is an inflammation of the mucous membrane that lines the breathing apparatus nnd the dhjcstlvo apparatus. PERUNA relieves catarrh. In tablet form it is time. Grnss furnished at per month nnd nil stock intrusted to mo will receive my personnl attention but will not be responsible for nccidents. Season on the nbove arc due when colt is foaled or mare bred to other stock or stock parted with. All the nbove will make the season at my plnce, two and it half miles west of Ilustonvillp, on Huston-vill- e and Liberty pike. Pedigrees furnished upon request. S. T. POWELL. Hustonville, Ky. wonning $2 John Hamlin, nod 81, died nt his home nt Maretburg. DON VARRICK Will make the season of 1917 at my stable 4 mile from Crab Orch-aron the Singleton plno, nt $10 to insure a living colt, Don Varrick is a beautiful chestnut, lO 2 hands; weighs 1,400 pounds, is compactly built and has plenty bone nnd finish. His colts show for themselves. Will also stand at the samo time nnd place my saddle stallion BLACK PRINCE By Kentucky Peavine, out of a maro by Old Preston. He is a coming as black as a crow and a good one. You should see him. He will stand at $10 to insure. TWO GREAT MULE JACKS Will also stand two great mule n jacks at $10 to insure. One the IIulF Dudderar jack and the other, Jesse Fox, a fine fellow, C years old and a good breeder. His colts show up nicely. See them both before you breed your mares. Will stand a fine registered Shorthorn Bull at $2 to insure. Money due in all cases when animal is bred elsewhere or parted with. W. R. GAINES. Crnb Orchard. Ky. 1-d; four-year-ol- d, well-know- ALMONT DARE Almont Dare, 322S, is a rich red bay stallion; 10 hands high with good bone and fine style. Is extremely fast both under saddle and in har ness. He is a full brother to Toxy Dare that won the championship for saddle bred brood mares at the Kentucky State fair in 1914, defeating Edna May and others nnd to Nettle-to- n thnt sold for $3,000 and others nt $1,500. He is the best one of the lot. His colts have frequently defeated the colts of sires standing ns high as $75. Have sold his colts myself for $500. Others claim ofTers of $1,000 They also are the very best to use at home, being large, fine, game, durable and kind. Will make the season nt $10 to insure live colt. Bryan Breckinridge, my registered black jack, 10 hands with extreme ly large bone will stand for marcs at $10 for mare mules and $8 for horse mule. Will also breed jennets any month in year at $10 to insure colt. Have sold his colts for $120 at A Little Stick WRIGLEYS Makes the Whole World Kin! of No climate affects it for The Flavor Lasts us prompt action makes it invaluable for men nnd women exposed to sudden changes in the weather or compelled to be out In slush and rain. It will also be found most satisfactory us a tonic following an attack of illness. CARRY A BOX wherever you Co. 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A B. fm. mm fg$j ttjFtTms TlV f tWtiifl 3k '" '"''K-llfiHft- f Three Fine yTvto.'SVWiJJSi' Flavors P mB Kt;-Ai!lll- KygzzaaazgsBBfr CHEWING GUM After FV every meal I 1 SM OX DRIVER IN SINGAPORE WRAPPID Wl S 27-31, 731 By actual count over a thousand Honduras has severed "diplomatic illations with Germany, following cars of coal pass north through daily, and the price remains the lead of Guatamala. inclusive. Chautauqua, May S7 a ton. Cyn-thia- PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS rwnen in uoxaoz iaice a Bath." V71 T 1"N 1 . -- 1 Surveying and Leveling Be sureyour title is good. Sanitary Plumbing, Heating, (Tinning and Guttering Guranteed. Myers' Pumps and Gray Engines Let me Phone 188 survev your land purchase for you, and make certain. Will go anywhere W. K. WARNER Stanford, Ky. M. C. Newland, Stanford Livery and Auto Service Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and Buggies; Open Day and Night. Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a Trial, We Will Please You. AUCTIONEER, LANCASTER, KY. H. H. Carter, Manager. Phone 5. The high dollar at your sale all the Calls answered day or night. time and at lowest price; sales CARTER & CARTER, Stanford, Ky. cried anywhere. expense 'Phone 364A Lancaster at my CAPT. AM BOURNE VACCINATE prepared to vaccinate for Anthrax, Black Leg, and all other WAYNESBURG. tock diseases. UNDERTAKER, JOHN COOK, Veterinarian, We carry a large and complete stock . Stanford, Ky. of Caskets, Robes etc at all -times. Phone i Phone: Farmers' line No. Woodstock line No. I am 20-1-- J. M. REYNOLDS CONTRACTING Auto Bus Between Danville and Stanford Daily Except Sunday See B. L. FAGALY for Contracting Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) Houses, and Building of any sort Kentucky. at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. Barns, Etc. Stanford, Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at 9:00 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. Bundles and Packages Carried at Low Charges W. W. BURGIN O. L MINKS. Proorietor DENTIST Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at Crab Orchard Keeley Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at Stanford Office in Lincoln Bank Buiding Institute in Kentucky Farmers don't you think right now is the best time to raise draft horses? The price was never higher than now, and our supply of work horses is at the lowest point it ha? been for years. There arc not more than half as many brood mares in the county now TO AMERICANS as there were five years ago. You Your Citv is mv City, can see that we are facing a horse And with spirit true and fine. famine. What are you going to do Is vour Mayor and my Mayor are Defending your home and mine? about it? Autos and all right but you can't farm with them. You can't raise colts from Your State is my State. the most It looks And calling for men to serve. your mules. business-lik- e likething to do sensible and Is your Governor and my Governor is to raise some good draft colts beCalling for men of nerve? fore your old brood mares are gone. I offer for public service the chammy Country, Your Country is pion draft stallion, Voltaire. He has fight And not too proud to one of Is your President and my President proven himself to be has everthe best known. breeders this county When striking for the Right? He will make the season at my place on the Danville pike, one mile from Your Boy and my Boy a living Stanford at $15 to Are ready to serve the Nation colt; season due wheninsure is foaled colt With your Girl and my Girl, or mare parted with. Will not be reAnd the Flag of our Creation, sponsible "or accidents KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN 5167 Your Church and my Church By Chester Peavine 3184 by Rex Have made us see the Light, Peavine 179G by Rex McDonald May your God and my God First dam Flora Carter 8419 by Red Uphold us in His Might. Squirrel 53 by Black Squirrel. I don't suppose there is a better An appeal has been made bv Mayor Buschemeyer of Louisville for vol- bred horse in Kentucky than Kenunteers to register those men in Lou- tucky Gentleman. He has been one isville, who are eligible for draft in- of the most successful horses in the show ring that this countv has pro- to the United States army. uuecu in years, lie is just, inu rigm size for a saddle horse and his first colts which are four years old now are showing the saddle gaits nicely. The auto has put the light driving tent, but you don't have any trouble in selling a saddle horse. I am going to offer the services of this great horse at the extremely low price of $15 to insure. I am giving you for $15 what most men would charge from $U& to $40 lor. Do you appreciate it? If so send your best mares to the court of Kentucky Gentleman and let him get you a nice colt. WORLD'S BEST X NEVIN CARTER, StanforcLJCy. auto-truc- VOLTAIRE 55140 Rowland Peavine No. 60S3 Rowland Peavine chestnut stallion, foaled May 14, 1912. Sired by Rex Peavine, No. 1796, by Rex McDonald, No. 833, by Rex Denmark 840. 1st dam: Bourbonistc, No. 9297 (full sister to Bourbon's Best) by Bourbon Chief 97G, by Harrison Chief 1G0G, by Clark Chief 89. 2nd dam: Judy Oliver G407, by Red Cloud 2197, by Indian Chief 1718. 3rd dam: by Wilson's King 2197. 4th dam: Daughter of Sim's Clark Chief 2575. Rowland Peavine is a rich chestnut, with star and snip; stands 15.3 full; weighs 1100 pounds; five years old. As you will see from the above breeding, he has the blood of the best show horses Ken. tucky has ever produced, and is one himself. You should see this horse before booking your mare. You rarely ever have the opportunity to breed to a horse as fashionably bred at the small fee of $20.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Will make the season of 1917 at my stable on East Main street. Money due nt birth of colt or when mare is parted with or bred to other stock. J. C. BAILEY Stanford, Ky. RUBY GLOSS Furniture Polish DUSTS, BLEUCHER 46158 KKCOKD 2 29 1 1, TItlAI, 2.11 3 4 KENTl'CKV'S CHAMPION KOAD HOUSE Winner of Itoad Class and Hreediu; Class at Kentucky The Only T. W. PENNINGTON, DENTIST Stanford, Ky. Myers House Flats Phone: Office 240 Ret. 165 For any information apply to MRS. I HI I 'Hill Guaranteed To give entire BUtlsfUC- tlon ..,. or your in ho refunded. Varnished Surfaces. Clear, puro and freo fjotn any gum. V.'lll not gather dust, ua It gives a liard, dry, bright a brighter rrloss; than wax und castor to use. FOR FLOOitS USH Haudens CedarOil Tour Furniture, riuno, Woodwork. Automobile, Finished Floors, nml all l'OLISIlUS KING ALFONSO jack of good Big, fine bone and action. Splendid mule jack. Will make the season of 1917 at my 10-ha- State I'air 1016 farm at J. B. WILLIS PnUnoMr IT'S ;: Crab Orchard, Kentucky Crescent Heights Stock vsr Ij. . -- 7 m $10 to Insure a Livng Colt Will also at the same place and time stand my great Jersey Bull SHELBY SULTAN 117497 At $5 to insure a living calf. This is one of the best Jersey bulls in the country nnd I am standing him at a very low figure. Sec this stock before you breed. Care taken to prevent ac- o M Dark Nlcht 2358 c""' J,,,'i.21,o.An,clu,1,i"r J HrlelitUclit 2:03 Silent Brook 19709 Dark Wilkes 2:09, Valpa lit cora -- :ii etc. 2:09 Sire of llllly llurk 2:03 Sliauba) 2:07 i........ m.... ....... .... U. .HJ Jlttf Meadow llro.ik 2:09 ureal uroou mare. Emma Ilrook 2:09 Lady Zarrine 2:07 lLUbrook 2:10, itc. Alej one G82, 2:27 J Sire of 00, dams of 63. S f I Noonday s,' Hv Oreat Ulino 275 Lniod mare. 15, ... rllnrry ofClay 4, V. dmu 2:29 of 50. Norwood Pell Ily Norwood 522 rMko Sire .. ................ Clavo Dam of I.ala Watt ' 21157 of ;;? Vj h1' J. B. PERKINS Phone 214 Rooms 28-29, T'- -t Ir DENTIST Lincoln Bank Building STANFORD. KY. PENCE & HILL VTIjwHEJKBCs!'.!? cidents but not responsible should any occur. Parting with mare or insurance nnd makes cow forfeits season money due.F. REID, Stanford, 32tf Ky., R. D. No. 5. Sired by Kentucky's Choice, ho by My Own Kentucky, by Chester Dare 58. Lincoln 10, by Black Squirrel Choice's dam Trixie Quick 8855, was by Eagle Bird 1014, ho by King Eagle. Lincoln Chief is a coming and expert horsemen say is sure to bo tho coming champion. ho He will mako tho season nt my barn on tho Hustonville and Danville piko four-year-old (2) . v".f l",i.lMr"0vo1,;H Lquwh i:tii H' Strothmon. i,lsMe,r,liV(? 2 SS lUm oI i$uml,s j. Mmirici (3) 2:07 1 Bri'iul.i Yorkp J AVilUs f Ha ron of 12 iu 175R. 2:18. Sire 2:10, itc. -- 'U3 Vl ' Lit . r;ikrer7'toUtSI.,en1 1n - ,,V, " Ilrook 2:10 Plumbing, Tinning and Repairing of all kinds. For any work of this sort, see Farm fKfl Cattle Duroc-Jersey High-clas- MENROE This good stallion will make the season of 1917 at the homo of Eli Estes, two miles southwest of Eubank on the Fishing Creek and Eubank road at $10 to insure a colt ten days old. This horse Is so well known that it is useless to describe him. Eli Estes nnd Daniel Newsom. Three cf them blacl: and ono jjrey; all of them good ones. They range in ages from coming two to seven years. You should see them before you breed. Will stand them all at $6 to insuro a colt four months old. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible tmould any occur. Parties with maro or breeding her to other animals forfeit insurance and makes season money due.ELI ESTES, 30-8t LINCOLN CHIEF 6393 Will". " . .iri ". Utter to Silent i Jenny nay .nn in n.,.i.iu l It rook Ily Harry Clny 45 Clay (4) 2:25 and Dam of Silent Ilrook Lilly Clay, dam of True Keddio Clay (I) 2:10 2:21 ete. 2:25 V i '&v l ' ' J lla t .: f Wilkes Nutwood Z.U.I 8000 2:24 ? .!. A. D. PARSONS Phone 254 Stanford, Ky. Aberdeen-Angu- s Hogs Southdown Sheep, The best bloodlines is represented in s each of these famous breeds. individuals for sale at all times. can have all ailments of their horses, cattle and other live stock promptly E. V. CARSON R. F. D. No. 5 and expertly attended by Stanford, Kentucky DR. H. A. PICKETT King's Mountain, Ky. Veterinarian, South End Farmers Four Good Jacks Midget Marvel Mill; Corn and Feed Mill; Oil Engine; mill building, 24x30, threo highest prices for your floors; engine room, 10x22; all in I can get you land, stock, crops or household goods. good running order; closo to railroad and good business. Apply to Sales Cried Anywhe- THE WAYNESBURG MILLING CO. EubaaW, Ky. Wayneaburg, Ky. JOHN B. D1NWIDDIE, MoreUnd. ol For Sale Flour Mill $10 to Insure a Living Foal. Those who hrtvo mares should see this fellow before they breed. He has been a heavy winner since he was at iire of Hilly llurk 2:03 1 I. Meadow Ilrook 2:00 Silmt Ilrook. 19769. 2:10 Hetty Ilrook 2:09 3-Emma Ilrook 2:09 3-I.ady Khawliar 2:07 1 I, Zarrine 2:07 llillLroiik 2:10, llutter ilrook 2:10 1 1. Silent llriL'ude (2) 2.10 Maricuret Ilallicatn Cliutty Direct (4) 2:07 etc. His dam, Juuny Clay, etc. Sired dam of (1) S'll iilai produced Heddio Clay 2:25 1 I. and was Erandam of I'rue 2.21 12 (winner Kentucky futurity,) Ilrenda York (3) Moko 21157, slro ot 1'ereno 2:05 . 14, Native Hello (2) 2 07 3 4 (Futurity winner) (Futurity winner) (5) l (Futurity old filly,) Manrico (3) 2:07 inner,) Sil(41 2:03 12 (chunipion ver Silk (41 2:0rt 12, Sukio N (3) 2:09 1 I, (Futurity winner,) (Tomoko 2:10, Mold (Futurity winner) etc Momatter 2:11, Slliko (3) 2:11 2 10 1 I, Moclieiter 2:10 MarSired dams of Tlie Harvester. 2'0l (champion troltlue million,) Vito (4) 2:09 llrotlu-- r to Humps 203 Huron etc. tha Tipton (4) 2:09 11, O'Neil (3) 2.13 I). 2:10, etc. trial mile 2 14 3 4. hslf In 1:06. laH quarter In 33 HIeuchcr 10158, record 2 29 lie greatly re. seconds, Is a haudeomn seal hronn horn, and will welli 1100 pounda. Moko. semLlis his good sire Silent Ilrook and Is out of Cla)0, ly the creat Futurity and wo may demand has taken over one million horte fiom this count Foreicn expect better prices for our horses in the future. Our advice to mare owners is to breed their mares and to breed them to stallions of merit and proven worth as ilr.it. HIeuchcr His colts have proven Is jutt tho typo to produce tho colts that will supply the diinand Que, with nice head and neck and plenty of bono and conformation. This treat trotting Stallion will make the siauin of 1917 at my stable In Lancas- r, ter, Kentucky, ut $20 to Insure a Living Colt AUCTIONEERING a colt and i3 better today than he over was. Not responsible for nccidents. Breeding to other stock or Inwllnir nff mnrn fnrfnits insurance. More. ' STEWART SANDIDGE, land, Ky. 30-t- f. BARLOWE will also stand this beautiful Shetland Stallion for the reason of 1917 at my staI am pripared to take ble III Lancaster. Ky.. at $10.00 TO INSl'UE A LIVING COLT. rare of mares on crass at 10 rents a day. Lien retained on rolls for service fte. Money Care taken to prevent accidents but not reduo when maro is traded or parted with. sponsible should any occur. I W. B. BURTON, Phone 95, Lancaster, Kentucky r y ir T Page Eight The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, May 22, 1917 LINCOLN CHAUTAUQUA The Lincoln County National Bank and The Lincoln Trust Company -- ARE UNDER THE SAME MANAGEMENT- - With Capital, Surplus & Profits over Two Hundred Thousand Dollars Why burden your wife with the care of your estate? Why not assist her to carry the heavy burden by appointing this Company as With Deposits over Three Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars and Our officers will be glad to confer with you Fifty Thousand Dollars With Total Resources over Six Hundred and regarding any trust business you may have in mind. "On Corner Next to Court House," Stanford, Kentucky THE LINCOLN TRUST COMPANY Co-Executor Co-Truste- e. Get open an Saving with the the account today Habit and First National Bank of Stanford One of the oldest National Banks in this State VOTE FOR VOTE FOR LOWNEY'S CANDY SATISFIES FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY He has always been a temperance man, supporting temperance men and measure. He supported McChesney in the last primary campaign for Governor. If elected he will enforce your local option laws and all other laws without fear or favor. : : : :' T. J. HILL, Jr. Always Fresh Full Line of Package and Penny Goods in Stock at All Times Lincoln Pharmacy Wilson & Sons Pianos Are As Good As the Best They are sold to the Most Critical Buyers FOR COUNTY JUDGE Subject to the Action of the .Democratic Primary, August 4, 1917 HELP to win the Democratic nomination for Tom A. Rice IF anything should occur in our handling of your business that is not entirely satisfactory to you, let us know at once. Our customers must be pleased, for we cannot afford to have a dissatisfied customer, and won't, if within reason, we can prevent it. J. H. BAUGHMAN & COMPANY STANFORD, KENTUCKY J. L. Beazley H. G. SKILES Candidate for J. R. MOUNT PROGRAM FIRST DAY a. m. Youth's Chautauqua Get acquainted time Directqjl by Junior Supervisor. 2:30 p. m. Opening Exercises By the Superintendent. Orchestral concert The Craven Family Orchestra. Admission 15 and 25 cents. 7:30 p. m. Popular musical entertainment The Craven Family Orchestra. 8:15 p. m. Lecture Booth Lowrey "Tolerably Good People," or "Black Sunshine." Admission "Simon Says 15 and 25 cents. 0 Wig-Wag," STATE SENATOR and you'll never regret it Primary Aug. 4 IT'S BOYLE COUNTY'S TIME Therefore Vote For Representative of Lincoln County Subject to the action of Democratic Primary He will appreciate your support ATTEND THE CHAUTAUQUA and Vote for SECOND DAY W. Jay STATE Harlan SENATOR FOR THERE ARE OTHER REASONS ALSO A VOTE FOR W 9:30 a. m. The Youth's Chautauqua. 2:30 p. m. Delightful Musicale Caroline Sparling Company. 3:15 p. m. Rollicking Entertainment Tom Corwine of Ken- tucKy, popular with everybody. Admission 15 and 25 cents. 7:30 p. m. Songs in Costume and other Special Features Caro- line Sparling Company. 8:15 p. m. Lecture Miracles of Electricity; Latest Scientific Discoveries illustrated Reno B. Welbourn. Admission 25 and 50 cents. THIRD DAY M. S. BAUGHMAN FOR SHERIFF YOU'LL FEEL BETTER If You Will Elect Dr. W. B. O'B ANNON FOR 9:30 a. m. The Youth's Chautauqua. 2:30 p. m. Popular Conceit Bland's Chautauqua Band. 3:30 p. m. Address "If We Only Knew" Helen B. Paulsen. Admission 25 and 50 cents. 7:30 p. m. Grand Musical Festival Bland's Chautauqua Or- chestra. Admission 25 and 50 cents. FOURTH DAY Representative of Lincoln County Will Be Appreciated GOTO 9:30 a. m. The Youth's Chautauqua. Company. 2:30 p. m. Cartoons and Music Weller-Coo3:15 p. m. Rendition of a Great Play, "The Melting Pot," or "The Music Master," Arthur Kachel, an interpreter of Drama with Exceptional Ability. Admission 15 and 35 cents. 7:30 p. m. Crayon and Musical entertainment Weller-CooCompany. 8:15 p. m. Pageant "America, Yesterday and Today" The Young People of the Community Directed by Miss A. Maye Conklin. Admission, 25 and 50 cents. k k John C.forPeppl You Are Assured of a Square Deal REMEMBER Phillips and Phillips for CLOTHING AND SHOES STANFORD'S BIGGEST STORE IN THE COUNTY ATTORNEY'S RACE 9:30 2:30 3:15 7:30 8:30 FIFTH DAY a. m. Youth's Chautauqua Finals in Athletic Tests. p. m. Snappy Program The Original Alpine Yodlers. p. m. Address "Level Best Living" Dr. Ira Landrith. Admission 15 and 35 ccntsi p. m. "A Night in Tyrol," in Native Costume Amusement for old and young "Daddy" Grobecker and his Alpine Singers. p. m. Lecturo "The Solid South for National Freedom" Dr. Ira Landrith, the Famous Southern Orator. Admission 25 and 50 cents. Singleton Garland for SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT August Primary Drop In and See FOR THE BEST REMEMBER Coca Cola and Ice Cream Sodas Stop At J. S. OWSLEY Your support of him will be reatly appreciated by him and his friends The Penny Drug Store E. R. Coleman, Prop. McRoberts in& Bailey For Quality and Style Boys' Men's and FURNISHING GOODS STANFORD, - - KENTUCKY J. H. COLLIER, President W. E. PERKINS, V.-Pre- s. VOTE FOR For Assessor of Lincoln County Your Support Will Be Appreciated and a Square Deal Guaranteed James N. Cash W. H. Higgins WEAR GOOD CLOTHES to the CHAUTAUQUA SUITS, SKIRTS AND DRESSES ARE GOING FOR A SONG AT H. G. SKILES, Cashier T. H. BRONAUGH, Asst.-Cashier Crab Orchard Banking Co. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. SEVERANCE'S When You Attend the Chautauqua Let FARRIS attend to your needs in i GROCERIES Fresh Vegetables, Fruits, Nuts and Candies , Capital Stock, $15,000.00 "There are larger Banks but None Safer" -- TRY- Purina Chick Feed Has Captured Our Town PURINA PURINA PURINA PURINA for more egg.. CHOWER Double the Chick weight in 6 week CHOWER make early layer CHOWER make early broiler CHOWER SUNSHINE CAKES AND BISCUITS, and AUNT SALLY' BREAD 5c Large Loaf FRESH, FRUITS Phone No. 26 George H. Farris E. B. CAMPBELL 1 Stanford, Ky. X