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No. 42 INTER! R J OURNAL Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, BRILLIANT ENTERTAINMENTS MARK THE CLOSING DAYS vnris... "ti m Friday, May 25, 1917 Re-sjftr- vc Tuesdays and Fridays five-da- y r Charles Taft II, son of former The Annual Recital Tho Annual Recital, of the Music President Taft and a junior in Ynlc Department of the Stanford Graded College, was enlisted for tho artillery School on Thursday evening was a bmnch of tho regular army. It is n fine of $1,000 and imprisonbrilliant climax of Commencement Week. The splendid work of the pu- ment of ns much ns a year for those catches selling pils must hnvc been very gratifying whom Uncle Sam to the efficient instructors, Misses whisky to soldiers in uniform. A bill calling for submission of Bnllou and Higgins. who by their atn painstaking efforts have made this de the question of Statwidc prohibition partment equalled by few schools in Wisconsin to a vote of the people nnd surpassed by none. The vocol so- next April, was vetoed by Governor los nnd quartettes by Misses Pattye Phillips. A rain Perkins. Nancy Katherine McKinney. caught hail stormtheand heavy effects household much of Nellie Wilson Hill and Belle Russell Atlanta's fire still were received with loud applnusc. The removed during added unsheltered seoi.il thouensemble plnyingof the piano pupils sand dollars andthe big loss. to wns unusually good and the piano soFederal lo of Lclia Cook Raney was an artis- rgoncies Reserve banks and other are making arrangements to tic success for one of her years. A accept installments of $10 nnd in monologue by Miss Eddie Bruce cases of $1 so that every Baughman, a pupil of Miss Burch, some participate in the Liberty citizen may Bond wns greatly enjoyed by the large au- issue. dience and evidenced the talent of Secretary McAdoo in sent the little lady as well ns the skilful to every banker in the a letter has country, training of her instructor. Mr. M. L. urged that the banks do their share Cancer, supcrintencdnt for the com- toward increasing food production by ing year, was introduced and after a seeing to it that the farmers are givfew annroproate remarks presented en liberal loans. the gold medals awarded by the MoAs a result of mistaking a prepazart Club for greatest improvement. ration for rheumatism, containing LINCOLN'S SHARE $100,000.00 The one offered to the grades was oil of wintergreen, for lemon extract, S. Hocker. H. C. Baugh Messrs. to Miss Lolia Cook Rnnev nnd Robert McKinzy, of Dawson Springs, man. w. J. tfrignt. w. h. ananKs, civen fli. Miss Annette Wenren received the is dead and Cliff Meadow, of the H. G. Skilcs and Kelly J. Francis at one offered to the High School. same town, is seriously ill. tended the bankers' and editor's Lib Commencement Exercises Atlanta suffered a $3,000,000 erty Loan meeting at Lexington The opera house was not equal to fire, rendering 10,000 or more peo- Wednesday and report a very enthusi the occasion of holding the crowd ple homeless. Nearly 1,000 homes astic gathering of bankers and newsthat came to town to attend the com were burned. It was the worst fire paper men. The meeting wns held nt mencement exercises Wednesday that the great Southern city has suf- the Phoenix Hotel, whu-- e there way night and as a result manv went fered since the Civil War. a considerably larger attendance than home disappointed. By 8 o'clock evRobert Gelwicks, a Louisville win- at Louisville some weeks auro. A numery seat in the big auditorium was dow dresser, dropped into the d ber of interesting talks were made full to overflowing. At 8:15 the cur Hotel bar and ordered a drink business was transdauhgter, the reason that the law charges the tain rose on a scene that will not soon of gin. He poured into the gin a lot and considerable good lunch was enjoyed. The lina, has been with her acted Mrs. Harrv Shprintz for some weeks. maeistratcs and County Judge with he forgotten. The stage was beauti- of prussic acid nnd drinking it. died First National Bank subscribed Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin have been the duty of maintaining our roads, fully decorated with flowers, ever beore medical aid could reach him. S.'O.OOO of the bonds nul the Lincoln Plans to pool all purchasing, with County National a sim'lar amount in Cincinnati for several weeks, and the County Attorney with the greens, flags and bunting, with the where they are conducting a grocery duty of the enforcement of the law; young lady graduates occupying the one man at the head of the world The Li.icoln Trust Co. sub.'cri'jcd store. They will probably be there however as it is tne uutv oi me front row of chairs and the young buying machine, are being made by $5,000 Lincoln county's share of the this summer. County Attorney to attend the Fiscal men behind them. Seated on the the United States. The program con- tor ' N $100,000 and it the rate Misses Marv Gray, Jewel Goodwin. Court and cive local advice concern stage also were Prof. W. R. Todd, templates the expenditure of they wnt at this moVim. it will not school and Dr. per year for supplies of tak" oi t' to phice all tne bonds. Tho Katherine Middlcton and Mr. and ing any county business, 1 will say to superintendent of the Richmond, who Eugene you that if I am County Attorney I W. G. Grinstead, of and all Tcinds for all nations at war with bankers here tell the I J. that they Mrs. Walter Goodwin Edmiston formed a merry party to will advise a change in our present came to address the graduates in the Germany. have had a number of applications place of Dr. T. J. Coates, of Eastern BROCKS SHOT FROM AMBUSH Cincinati Sunday. for them and that they are now pre road system. I believe that the btatc Normal, who was detained on acAs Jesse and Green Brock were goCOFFEY, OFFICIAL ANNOUNCER pared to secure them for those de Miss Mary Lucile Burgin has Aid nlnn nnd svstem is too expen Dr. M. important business. ing to Crab Orchnrd Thursday mornCapt. J. L. B. Coffey, of this place, siring them. Sphrintz has a fine baby girl, sive for this county, anu snouid pc count of of the Baptist church, ining, thev were fired on from 'ambush turned from Campbcllsville, where abandoned, and our road funds equit- D. Early, blessings on the occasion, who some eight or ten years ago was and both badly wounded. The bullets play she has attended school last term. She ably distributed to all the roads, so voked divine EUGENE BERKELE DROWNED a great pitcher and an is much pleased with both scnooi anu that all can be worked and improved after which Misses Mary Bailey and er, conceived the idea this week oi The news of his drowning was re- came from the side of the road near a piano faculty and will probably attend next in the same year. We need a more Rachel Hill gave which was number getting up a team composed of "has- - ceived with much sadness by the Fall Lick branch, beyond Crab Orchgreatly beens" and playing the local High friends in this county of Eugene ard, and nine or ten shots were fired, session again. svstem for working our from Kowalski, economical game was arranged Berkele, of Bryantsville. He met his a shot gun and n Winchester rifle beScnooi nine. The flag purchased bv the town turnpikes, and a more enuitable sys- enjoyed. Later Misses Annie Craig and Nancy Katherine for Thursday The was to have been floated Thursday, tem for our dirt roads. I will do all afternoon and an im- death while seining for minnows in ing used, it is believed. Jesse Brock and gave a piano but has been postponed until Satur- in my power within the Inw to effect McKinney the address to duet,gradu mense throng assembled to see the Richmond creek, in Garraiv. He was was shot in the leg nnd wrist and the 45 years old and the youngest son of Green Brock in the face, neck and day. There will be patriotic speeches, the above changes in our road svs- then came came, especially to watch "Four-tim- e The shot that entered good music by the Harmon Lick band tem in order to pet better results ates, which was heartily enjoyeu. Joe" twirl. For several innings all the late Hon. William Berkele, of chest. was went1 well with the captain and his Garrard, who represented that coun- Brock s neck cut the optic nerveJesso subject Grinstead's Prof. and nni a large crowd expected. from the road fund of the countv. he team, and for 40 minutes Mrs. Charles Redd has improved so but some little break on the ty in the Legislature. Mr. Berkele rendered him blind. Both men are in Mr. Owslev says further in effect "America," much in health that she was able to that he is neither a candidate of the told of her resources, her achieve- part of the school team occurred, only a few weeks ago announced for bad condition, but Dr. W. J. Edmiswalk to town Wednesday much to dry faction or wet faction of thp ments, her part in making of history which enabled the "old men" to get the republican nomination for asses- ton. who has the care of them at his told of the sor and hnd no opposition for the of- sanitarium in Crab Orchard, thinks the delight of her many friends. m'rtv. and anparcntlv seeks to avoid and her advantages. He fundamental two runs to the good. The score to a good, This was Mrs. Redd's first trip She the whisky ouestion. I ask vou if that importance of is glad he lives in an that way until the fifth in- fice. He was an exceedingly fenial, he can save them. It has been onlv a education, and Capt. clever man, and manv friends in his few weeks since Jesse Brock had his Crab Orchard in two years. is fair or right? And I submit in conso easi- ning, when like a big balloon, when it can be lower looks fine. stand or position of age He is thankful obtained graded Coffey blew up and announced that home county and elsewhere regret kins, jaw shot off bv John L. Hopclusion that the for tho and he taking away. A wife, his way have was over. on the linuor question, ly. i candidate the homicides and nrnnv school svstem and wants to see it the game was 6 to 4.At that time his untimely and his mother survive. Dr. Edmiston was on the woundto when dress two children WITH THE CHURCHES in view of year, bpnee torbuls the score he and his brother were ambushed. Rev. W. D. Welburn will preach at crimes committed in this countv that made better each even excernts from Prof. Grinstead's Tho Brocks saw nobody and say they SUNDAY BREAKS RECORD Logan's Creek church Sunday afterre traceable to a violation of the splendid address, but suffice it to say. WARREN SISTERS SELL STORE Billy Sunday has established a six do not know who shot them. John L. noon at 3 o'clock. Warren Sisters, who have conductlocnl ontion laws, should not only be s in his Hopkins, who wounded Jesse Brock Christian Church Regular services n vital ouestion in the election of n that it was good and interesting and ed a successful millinery store in weeks' record for to the Sunday. Sunday School at 10 o clock Countv Attorney, but the most im- instructive. His admonition elegant Stanford for several years, have sold campaign in New York City. To date some time since, is out on bond, but graduates was couched in following by preaching service. poods in the Myers 47,234 have "hit the trail" and he has Dr. Edmiston told Sheriff Weather-for- d verv trulv. portant. their language and delivered in an elo- House stock of Mcsdames James H. been there six weeks. Boston in ten that he knows that he was on Presbvterian Church May 27 flats to T. J. HILL. JR. d quent and impressive way. Dr. Sunday "School at 9:55: Morning serwho will con- weeks produced 47,903 and Philadel- the other side of town when the men and Harry No teacher of Latin for Wrightthe business Hill, the old stand. phia in eleven weeks hrought forward were shot yesterday morning. Sherhas been vice at 11, "God's Work in Man." at PRAISES THE CHAUTAUQUA years and is preparing a book tinue The New iff Weatherford was at Crab Orchard evening service. Clayton, ill., May 21. manv study of that language, which The purchasers have the wishes of almost 52,000 will York revival four weeks a short while after the shootinc and The Woman's Missionary Society I see by the program for your on the helpful many friends for a successful busi- longer and the list oflast started for the scene, taking Dr. Ed the of the Baptist church will meet with chautauqua that you are to have educators think will be very ness. may reach the 100,000 mark. Sun- miston with him. They found tho Mrs. A. B. Florence at 2:30 Friday some of the talent that we had in our to the student, as well as to the in afternoon. Mrs. J. S. Rice is leader. chautauqua last year. The people of structor. Later in the evening Dr. ence Singleton, William Welburn and day's collections so far have mount- Brocks lying by tho roadside about a At the Methodist church Sunday Stanford are to be congratulated in Grinstead delivered the diplomas in Earl Baughman. Between acts one ed to $103,944.23 and the expenses mile from where they were fired upmorning, Mr. C. J. Nugent, traveling securing the talent so cheaply. What a very pleasing way. Misses Frances and two, Misses Anna G. Wood nnd will be over $150,000. The evanirolist on and brought the wounded men inEmbry pleased tne audience wun a Eva Rankin gave the beautiful piano has accepted an invitation to address to town, where medical aid was givSundav School agent, will speak at you are getting for $800 cost us piano number, as did Miss Annette number, "Rustic Dance," by Mason. an audience of men in the Bowery en. A strenuous effort is being made both Sunday School and preaching You will find Tom Corwin, a Wenren, both of the young ladies expert in Mrs. W. R. Todd trained the mem- some time this week. to ascertain the guilty parties, but un services. Mr. Nugent is an something real genius in his special line. g themselves most creditably. of the senior class for their play to the present no clue has been found. his line and will give us Entertainment" is the right Dr. W. D. Welburn. of the Methodist bers did it well. There were only and CLEAR AWAY THE WASTE highly valuable for all the neople. No title for his part on the program. church, gave the benediction, which few rehearsals, but those who night' service. Bowels regularity is tho secret of REGISTRATION PAPERS HERE Those who are fond of laughing may verv it would have thought that good health, bright eyes, clear comSheriff J. G. Weatherford has reAt the Baptist church Sunday fix to begin when Tom begins. 1 brought to a close the work of a High weeks had been spent in preparing plexions, and Dr. King's Life Pills ceived the necessary papers to be usSchool at 9:30 A. M. At 11 A. M.; would advise those who do not care successful year of the Stanford rethe pastor will speak on the work of to laugh and desire to wear a sour nnd Graded School. Those whoHen-le- v tho seniors for their parts. Miss Se- are a mild and gentlo lnxative that ed in the registration to be held at ceived diplomas are: John Cash. Baptist convention rena Young, who was to have plavcd regulates the bowels nnd relives the the various voting precincts of Linthe Southern not to attend that session of Cash. Joe T. Embry. Miss Matsv a part in the Senior play was detain- congested intestines by removing the coln county on June 5th, when all held in New Orleans last week. A face chautauqua. They are sure to great meeting, the greatest years the their beautiful countenances Grimes. Miss Mariotta Gogcin, Miss ed at home by an attack of chicken accumlated wastes without griping. male persons between tho ages of 21 Take a pill before retiring and that and 31 are ordered to register for work in the history of the conven- have to pieces with shouts of laugh- Nellie Wilson Hill. Miss Elizabeth pox. Monday Evening Recital heavy head, that dull spring fever army service. All of the registrars tion. Let every member attend the torn Therefore stay away. Arthur Hunn. Miss Anna K. Mutheny. Miss ter. The work of the Mozart Club was feeling disappears. Get Dr. Kind's except those for King's Mountain morning meeting. Friends also cordi Kachel is one of the finest readers I Josephine Mnthenv. Ferdinand Miss Lettie Walker McKinney. enjoyed by a small audience but was Pills at your druggist, 25c. and Highland have been selected and ally invited. No preaenmg ui ingm,. heard. He irave us. "The Music Miss Pattye Perkins. Miss Jean Pax- - highlv appreciated. Each number was New Life ivr nre as follows: Stanford No. 1. A. B. will not only be enter- ton. Miss Belle Russell, Master." This Miss Eva efficiently given that entitles the TO LADY MOTORISTS Florence; No. 2. T. A. Rice. No. 3; REPORTS GREAT MEETING food to Rankin, Maurice Tucker, Miss Anna so will be mental program to more than a passing com If you have been denied the fullest K. J. Francis; No. 4, (Rowland), R. Col. M. F. Elkin. State commander taining but B. Landrith's lecture from of the Maccabees, has returned Anti-oc- h all. Dr. Irato the intellectual mind. G. Wood. Miss Serena Young,de-a ment. Every community is in a way ioys of motoring because of the dif- M. Blackcrbv; Crab Orchard No. 1, will appeal member of the senior class, wns measured by its progress in music, ficulty in mastering the intricate Thomas B. Lyne; No. 2. Dr. M. M. sm anniversary celebration of It is educational, entertaining, and Tent, No. 77. in Anderson coun- pleasing to all. When you have heard tained at home on account of being whether one is directly or indirectly mechanism and clumsy control of the Phillips: Hustonville No. 1. W. L. interested in music, the fact remains unimproved type of motor, you have Neal; No. 2, F. A. Weatherford: No. ty. The celebration, which was held Dr. Landrith you will have something ill with chicken pox. The Senior Plav night, was partithat one of the greatest assets of any a revelation in store for vou in your 3. L. B. Owens: No. 4. J.. B. Brad- last Saturday will stay with you throughout Macgiven community is its musical organiza- first drive rn n Dixie Fiver. You will shaw; Waynesburg No. 1, Theodore that "Engaged by Wednesday," cipated in by quite a number of life, l'or entertainers tne mpine by the Seniors of tho Stanford High tions, as it is evidence of refinement thoroughly enjoy driving this car. Reynolds. There is a severe penalty cabees tents in that section, and Col. "Daddy" be Elkin says it was one of the biggest Yodlers" cannot very beaten. gentle- School at tho opera house Tuesday nnd education and to thnt end Stan- Tho Dixie Motor Sales Co., Huston-vill- for those who are between the ages pleasing night, was exceedingly clover and ford has just cause to feel proud of that has Grobecker is a gatherings of Maccabees It of 21 and 31 to fail to register, and up a great enterman and been held in Kentucky since tho tainment. will put great tent should wns highly enjoyed bv a good crowd. the success of the Mozart and Gleo it is hoped that no one in Lincoln Your eomedv Clubs. It has required much time and CAUGHT FINES FOR SEINING county will have to suffer for his A large class of It is n very amusing three-ac- t State convention. into Antiocn overflow that day. "If We Only nnd the comnlcations that uroso in it labor by tho heads of this department Jesse Masting, Morris Mnrcum and failure to visit his regular polling candidates was initiated gaKnew," by Helen B. Paulsen will ap- were nil well worked out and the to accomplish the result obtained, Will Rice each caught a fine of $25 booth on Tuesday. Tent, there was was one of peal to the women especially. Our conclusion was just whut tho audi- which has created a foundation for in Judge J. P. Bnilcy's court Tues his nnme recorded. Juno 5th, and have lore, in which Col. Elkin one of ence wanted it to be. As the La7iost an oranizatlon that will nttract the day afternoon for seining in Knok the chief orators, nnd the affair women considered her number of best attention of more than local note. It Lick creek. Game Warden Sam . wound up with nn elegant banquet the above on tho program. Anyone the Man in the Countv. Ferdinand HANDSOME PRESENT TO SON numbers is well worth more than made good, while ns is to bo hoped that this good work Embry, who is doing most excellent Mr. John B. Foster has bought of at which covers were laid for over the of the season ticket. price up with tho youngsters William Arthur Watson, with whom all of will because there is just ns 200 guests. Lexington Leader. Severance his handsome county boy I am the girls were in love, Mnurie.i Tuck- good continue hero as can bo found work, caught Being a Lincoln material in their infraction of tho law. homo on West Main street and preinterested in everything good that er was par excellence. Jac!:, Ted nnd anywhere. Tho following program MUSCLE SORENESS RELIEVED sented it to his son, Mr. C. Hays county and MASONIC CELEBRATION Unusual work, bending and lift- may come to thatvoluntarily for this Dick, Arthur Watson's friends, were was rendered: Chorus, Lovely June, Foster, who will movo into it in a written J. T. Embry. Ilenloy nnd John Cash Gleo Club; Piano, March Hungroise, exercise is a strain reason I have Wanted un experienced man to short time. The home is one of tho ing or Btrenuous muscles, they become sore this letter, so you may uso any part in renlity and very well did they play Misses Bello Russell and Annetto superintend tho proposition of n best in the city nnd has nil of tho on the in and stiff, you are crippled andyou of it you may choose in urging tho their parts. Miss Belle Russell made Wearen: Voice, Still wie die Nncht, burgoo dinner to feed 0,000 nt tho modern improvements. people to take the advantage of at- an excellent Miss Abigail Persons, a Miss Bello Russell: Piano, Toccatel-la- , Masonic celebrntion nt Crab Orchard. brings pain. Sloan's Liniment M. D.'s TO MEET TUESDAY Miss Annette Wearen; Kv.. Juno 23. Address J. W. Acey, quick relief, easy to apply, it pene- tending the chautauqua from start woman of ideas, and Miss Nellie Wildrives 42-- 4 Tho Lincoln County Medical Sotrates wouthout rubbing and liquid, to I finish.closing up my third year ns son Hill, ns Mrs. Wntson. a gentlo Orchestra: Piano, Grande Mnrcho. chairman, Stanford, Ky. am person, wns all that could have been Miss Belle Russell: Voice, Go To ciety will moot at Xin.j; Morntnin out tho soreness. A clear Tuesday next, 29th, when nn interASHLOCK TO HAVE A SALE cleaner than mussy plasters or oint- pastor of the Grace Methodist Epis- desired. Miss Matsv Grimc3 wits Sleep My Dusky Baby. Miss Nancy G. T. Ashlock. hnving sold his esting program will be gone through ments, it does not stain tho skin or copal church hero. During tho three charming ns Miss Lucille Persons Katherine McKinney: Piano, Rondo, clog tho pores. Always have a bottle years I have received 143 members and her friends, Mnry, Juno and Misses Annio V. Crnig. Frances Em- Btock of goods at Rowland, will sell with. D- -. C. M. Thompion, of that handy for tho pains aches of rheuma- into the church and raised $5,790 for Mnble, impersonated bv Misses Pnt-tv- o bry. Nnncy K. McKinney; Duet, nt public auction on Snturday, Juno place, will entertn'i tho member of Perkins., Elfrnboth Hunn and Lat-ti- o Whiseperlng Hope. Misses Bollo 2. beginning nt 10:30 a. m.. nil of tho society und visitors that aro prestism, gout, lumbago, grippe, bruises, all purposes. Tho church is in fine Wnlkcr McKinney. played their and Nollio Wilson Hill; Pinno, his household and kitchen furniture. ent. stiffness, backacho and all external condition. There uro many things for which I feel thankful. Tho Meth- roles well. Miss Jenn Paxton mad-- j a Variation on Irish Melodies. Miss pain. At your druggist, 25c. odist church at Stanford, under tho capital Mary, servant in the Persons Nancy K. McKinnev: Voice, For You S. H. S. BESTS NICHOLASVILLE pastorate of Rov, W. E. Arnold, is Homo. Tho minor pnrts woro well Alono. Miss Nellio Wilson I'M; Ttond-In- c Tho Stanford High School defeatASHLOCK SELLS HIS STOCK REDUCTIONS FOR CASH responsible, to a great degree for my taken by Misses Frances Embry. AnHow tho La Rue Stakes Wero G. T. Ashlock, tho Rowland merFor cash I will sell at great reduc- ed Nicholasvillo 11 to 2 on tho Lund-for- d success in tho ministry. Why should na Katherine Mathenv Annette Wen- Lost, Miss Annn K. Matheny; Girls' tions for tho next ten days. Miss Ella grounds hero Wednesday afternoon. chant, has sold to Mrs. Rosa 41-- 2 his stock of cncrul merchandise. I not bo interested in tho welfare of ren. Clem Hill. Pat Tanner. Ed Tan. Chorus, Trip to Mt. Vorsuyius; Piano, May Saunders. Tucker and Cash composed tho bat Sincerely, J nor, Misses Nancy Knthcrine McKintery for tho homo boys. Tho gnmo Overture, Barber of Seville, Mozart She will continue the business nt tho my people? J. H. PENCE. ney, Annie VanArsdale Craig, Clar- - Club. inclusive, (was too d Chautauqua, May to bo enjoyable. old stand. se TO THE CITIZENS CRAB ORCHARD OF LINCOLN COUNTY: Mr. Howard Skilcs went to Lexington Wednesday on business. When I stated through the Inter-rio- r visited Mr. Skilcs, of Louisville, Journal what Judge Davison and son, Howard Skilcs, this week. I had accomplished in the city of Mr. Robert L. Collier has gone to btnnford and what my courso would Elixir Springs for rheumatism. be if elected County Attorney, little Mr. William Napier Is visiting his did I think that any of my opponin Paris. brother, Thomas Napier ents would fly into n tantrum of Misses lift and Allcne Newland abuse and vituperation, as Mr. Owsare visiting Mrs. Henry Newland at ley has done. You will pardon mc for Cedar Creek. taking brief notice of a few of his Messrs. W. D. Edmiston and Rob- many erroneous statements. In the ert Gaines arc at Elixir Springs for first place his history of the prosecua short stay. tion of the hop joints is untrue in Mrs. L. P. Jones entertained sever- toto, except as to Judge Davison apdelightful luncheon prehending the witness in drunken al friends Tuesday evening. condition on the streets. Every step Mr. .1. A. Brown and son, of Otta- taken afterwards in the case was Mrs. S. L. taken in regular and proper way by wa, visited his daughter, Cummins Monday. each of us, and it is not true that the Mrs. Robert Thompson has re- proprietors of these places closed turned from a visit to her mother, voluntarily. Every one in Stanford Mrs. Poynter.of Mt. Vernon. that is interested knows that I have Montez Fish came over from Rich- opposed the hop joints nil the time mond Tuesday to be nt the bedside since I have been City Attorney, and of his grandmother, Ms. M. E. Fish. know that I did all in my power to Mr. Tnm Collier and family, of get the City Council to raise the li Louisville, came Sunday to sec their cense high enough on hop joints to parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Harvey be prohibitive. Collier. The charge that I should have held Mrs. Susie Baugh, of Detroit, who Courts of Inquiry and relieved the has been with her mother, Mrs. Butt county of hop joints while acting as for some weeks, returned home Wed- County Attorney pro tern, is ridicunesday. lous, as the only authority of a CounMr. and Mrs. Howard Goodwin ty Attorney pro tern, is that given by Statutes, that have moved into the home of Mrs. section Goodwin's grandmother, Mrs. Geiszl, provides as follows: "When the Counstreet. on Lancaster ty Attorney is sick, or unable to atMrs. Martha Pish has been confin- tend, or of kin to the accused, the ed to her bed for several days and County Judge may appoint some suitbeen seriously ill. Dr. Harmon has able attorney to represent the combeen in attendance. monwealth in examining trials, and Mrs. Anderson was called to prosecutions for misdemeanors in Wednesday by the death of courts inferior to Circuit Courts." I Mrs. Anderson. was not regularly employed as Counher mother-in-laMr. Anderson was already there. ty Attorney pro tern., but was notifiDr. Burgin, Dr. Harmon and Rev. ed from time to time since last NovPervis started on a fishing trip at ember when needed. a. m. Monday, but if they got any While I do not regard the road fish no one hoard them bragging. question as a leading question in the Caro- selection of a County Attorney, for Mrs. Morris Fred, of South Nicn-olasville .DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER Louisville is to have a Federal branch bank nt nn early dntc. Successful Year of Stanford High jShnde Honclly, city policeman of Hazard, was shot and killed by one and Graded School Ended Ota crowd of negroes ho was trying Thursday Night to? arrest. CHILDREN'S ENTERTAINMENT Mr. George S. Gass, man of the Lincoln Chautuaqua, has arranged n very unique and interesting program for the children Saturday afternoon. He will be assastcd by the Indies of the Woman's Club and together they desire that nil ofthc children of the town and community gnthcr in the court-houyard promptly at 3 o'clock for an automobile ride over town. This will be followed by a play festival in the college yard, where the Chautauqua will he held. A ticket hunt will be participated in by the little ones, when five senson tickets to the Chautauqua will be hidden and given to the children who find th.mi. During the evening n handsome loving cup will be presented in a speech by one of Stanford's ministers. This cup is given by the Lincoln Chautauqua to the winner of tho greatest number of the athletic contests, gotten up by Mr. Gass, and which begin at the Graded School grounds nt th'ce o'clock, this Fridny afternoon. There is no admission to either Fridiv ifter-noo- n or Saturday afternoon's and a cordial invitation is extended the public generally. Par ents are requested to let their chil a promptly dren be at the nt 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon, in order that all of them m:y enjoy the auto ride. cnter-ta?nmcnt court-hous- Wil-lar- ir fr THE BIG MASONIC CELEBRATION Tho Grand Lodge Committee of Masons from the four quarters of the State met the local committees at Crab Orchard Springs Thursday and the day was spent in making preparations for the big Masonic there on June 23rd. It wns nt first thought that preparations for 5,000 people would be sufficient, but after reports were heard from several sections it was thought best to for at least 0,000, and this will be done. Specinl trains will be run from Louisville, Middlcsboro and Covington to Crab Orchard and the fare will bo very reasonable. It is hoped that it will not exceed ono fare plus 25 cents for the round trip. Regular trains will give the same excursion rates. Speakers of eminence irom nil over the State have agreed to he on hnnd nnd orntorv, of the finest kind, will be on tnp all day. Smittio's Military Band, of Cincinnati, will bo the official band, while Hanshaw's musical organization of Covington, will be there 40 or 50 strong. An orchestra of 25 pieces will make music for the dance and the dining room will bo used for the grown-ups- , while the bnll room will be turned over to the children. The Stanford High School Glee Club of 25 members will bo on hnnd and sing a number of patriotic soncrs, accompanied by the solists from tho orchestra. Rooms have already been engaged by people from Catlettsburg. Lexington, Covington, Louisville and other points for the occasion. The building and grounds of the Springs will be decorated with national colors of bunting, flags, etc. The day will not only be a celebration of the 200dth onniversarv of the founding of the Masonic order, but a magnificent patriotic demonstration, as well. The invitation to Kentuckians ''s to be present and enjoy Masonic hospitality, nnd be sure and lenvo your pocket book nt homo. Crnb people and Mrs. J. B. Willis, of tho Snrings, nre nicely "'ith tJm .snvpr"l committees and they are determined that nothing shall he left undone that will, add to tho pleasure and brillancv of the Masonic Celebration, which promises to be a memorable day in the lives of all who attend. pro-pare Or-"ha- rd re-Mr- s. all-rou- Van-Arsda- le trail-hitter- Grin-stea- trail-hitter- s. trail-hitter- n $1,-20- 0. "Rol-ickin- wit-ress- ed Ma-the- y, - e. speech-makin- g Ma-the- Blue-Elle- n Rus-Be- ll 42-t- f. 27-3- 1, one-side- l , T - V The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: The Interior Journal E. C. Walton and J. H. Wright Intern! at thi ptitttfioe at Stanford, tffond riant mail matter. Ky., i Friday, May 25, 1917 What a Bank Check Says: BANK CHECK ha. a menage aside from ill face value. It nyi that the one wlio draw it hai money in the Bank and that the Bank on which it it drawn will honor this signature. It says that the depositor regularly deposits the money received and pays expenses by writing checks. Your check will say all this for you, when you open an Account subject to check with this Bank. You will then have the convenience and safety that the Bank assures and you can write your check for the exact amount of each payment. A For State Senator JAY W HARLAN For Sheriff H. CLAY KAUFFMAN J. R. MOUNT. M. S. BAUGHMAN W. S. DRYE. J. H. LIVINGSTON. M. F. NORTH. T. A. RICE For County Judge For County Attorney THE NEW STRAW 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 SILK SHIRTS Our Specialty Every man has his spe cialty that he does bet- ter than other to do. people-- . That's what he ought Our specialty is selling good clothes in the right way. We never sold better clothes than this year. J. S. OWSLEY. For Representative H. G. SKILES For Jailer W. S. DURCH W. B. HANSFORD T. J. HILT,, jr. I i DR. W. B. O'BANNON. W. A. CARSON. GEORGE F. DEBORDE DINK FARMER JOHN J. MOSER For Assessor J. N. CASH At JOHN C. PEPPLES. For Superintendent of Schools For Magistrate 1st Dist. GARLAND SINGLETON. For Magistrate Hustonville District DEPOSITS IN ANY AMOUNT ARE INVITED AT THIS BANK ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR 1870; 47 YEARS' EXPERIENCE For Magistrate Waynesburg District J. T. DUDDERAR SAM M .OWENS. J. WESLEY HUGHES J. K. HELM. J. A. JOHNSON. J. M. CAMDEN. E. ALLEN. The Lincoln County National Bank The Lincoln Trust Company COMBINED RESOURCES OVER $634,400.00 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 keens its character a lone1 time. Your size is mamammkm nere in any of the above prices. $10.00, $15.00 $20.00 or $25.00 "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE." Both Institutions Are Under the Same Management STANFORD, KENTUCKY T Woolly Boy Clothes Boy's Knee Suits in this make are the best made. Why buy another make when these are same price? Cut from all - wool, pure dye cloth, handsomely tailored and cut to fit. Cf Call and try a few of these suits on your boy. f ( The American College of Registrars, in session nt Frankfort, conferred the degree of Master of Hospitality on that prince of entertainers, Col. E. II. Taylor, Jr. The diploma was signed by 56 registrars from almost as many States. No man in the country is more entitled to the honor. He has by his hospitality, always lavishly bestowed, done more to put Frankfort on the map than any score of its citizens, while adding to s the reputation of the State for hospitality and good cheer. Long may he live to do so and then let his mantle fall on the worthy shoulders of his splendid sons. blue-gras- McRoberts & Bailey GENT'S FURNISHINGS LATEST WAR NEWS The War Tax Revenue Bill was passed by the House. The vote on final passage of the bill was 309 to 70. The bill purposes raising approximately $1,800,000,000 of revenue from taxation. Democrats, headed by Speaker Clark and Floor Leader Kitchin voted solidly for the bill. Republican Leader Mann was among those voting nay. A message of greeting to the American people was delivered by the Prince of Udinc, head of Italy's war mission, on arrival in Washington. Wm. Marconi, inventor of the wireless, accompanied the mission and will discuss with American naval experts several devices evolved by the Italian admiralty to combat the The main purpose of the visit of the Italian representatives is to accomplish a closer understanding and sympathy between the United States and Italy, it is said. The submarine did its deadliest work in many weeks in the torpedo ing of the Transylvania in the Aicd-- t ucrranena on iay i, iio jivua uviiik The General Assembly of tho Presbyterian church, in session nt irmingham, appointed a committee to confer with a like committee from the northern branch of the church on the question of union. i STANFORD, KY. MisjT Effic oi ,. rroi. ih. u. cancer, oi iticnmonu, r-,,- n,, Caneer. little daughter Sphnoi . fen while running and carrying a pair of scissors and had both of her Ifeet badly cut. nxt VPnr. ,"V. iS L urn N Co5"" I tj I Col. Roosevelt takes the decision of President Wilson not to let him go to France at the head of a volunteer much more tamely than division many supposed, who thought that he would rave and tear his hair while lambasting the head of the army and navv of the U. S. The fact seems in dicated that the colonel is not as anxious any way to go as he would have the people believe and is glad of the turn of affairs. A love of the spectacular and a desire to play to the galleries have been mainly responsible for making him the idol of the unthinking. F-E-E-- D-S We are Headquarters for PURINA FEEDS 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- m 111 Mtytr Drothtft ROBINSON'S When You Want In the dispatches the same day announcements are made that John D. Rockefeller has made another big endowment to the Rockefeller Foundation and that gasoline has advanced two cents per gallon. In the long run lost. it is the consumer who is paying the Don't Let Your Cough Hang On bindonations that vour "Uncle A cough that racks and weakens is Johnny" is making, but he gets the dangerous, it undermines your health credit for it. and thrives on neglect. Relieve it at The Chespeake & Ohio railroad once with Dr. King's New Discovery. has asked permission of the West This soothing balsam remedy heals Virginia public service commission the throat, loosens the phlegm, its to take off a number of passenger antiseptic properties kill the germ trains that their motive power may and the cold is quickly broken up. alike find be used for hauling coal and freight. Children and grown-up- s Disvovcry pleasant to If the move will in any way decrease Dr. King's New effective. Have a botthe high cost of living and heating, it take as well as is to be hoped that the request win tle handy in your medicine chest for grippe, croup and all bronchial afbe granted. fections. At all druggists. 50c. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Portions of Boyle county suffered CENT ADS a severe hail storm Tuesday after- (Ads here are 1 eem a worn esen issue, cash m -A-WORD Stock Pen Phone No. T. W. JONES 1 Residence Phone No. 176 The Center for Quality Straws Is Right Here! The Parker Gretroi-- home in Lan "AUTO-SERVIanywhere; day caster was bought by Edgar Price for or night; reasonable prices. Call $4,730. phone 234. T.JL Eads. John A. Baker, aged 87, and one S. II. S. pin. Left at this FOUND of the wealthiest men in Jessamine office by Mr. J. M. McCnrty, Call and county, is dead. pay for this notice. Collins Burke is dead at Somerset. getit and to rent a niare "for a WANTED He was formerly from Danville and is survived by his widow and two chil- motherless colt. Write F. or phono J. D. No. 4. tf M. Cress. Stanford. R. dren. 'ESTRAY A 75 or 80 pound sow Mrs. Nnnnie Anderson, aged 71, is dead at Nicholasville. She is survived came to my place about May 1. Owne by her husband, Capt. Sam Anderson er can get her by paying for this and her keep. W. P. Tmoas, Husand several children. 41-- lt Dr. Arthur Waite was executed tonville. last night at Sing Sing prison for the STRAYED from my place Friday John E. morning, 25th, a red sow pig, weigh murder of his father-in-laPeck, of Grand Ranids. Mich. ing about rt) pounus. mrs. u. u. The Treasury Department's latest Copper, Stanford, f offer of $200,000,000 of certitieaies FURNITURE, Mattings; Druggets; has been of indebtedness duo Julv 30. over subscribed approximately 50 per Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, cent. At a colored base ball game near Pictures and Stoves. W. A. Tribble, White Hall, Madison county, two ne28tf groes were killed and two mortally Stanford. while many others were "LOST Wednesday night, at or wounded, more or less hurt. Over 100 shots arc near the opera house, a gold stick pin, a horse head enclosed by a horse said to have been fired. Dr. II. L. Casey has returned irom shoe. Please return to this office or 42 Jeffersonville, where he passed very to Ferdinand Matheny. successfully both the physical anu PAINTING & PAPER HANGING clerical examination lor the position Have your painting and papering in the United done by me; satistaction guaranteed of quartermaster States army. Danville Advocate. so it would bo to your interest to The court of appeals has decided let me figure with you before conin the case of W. L. Brown, of Lon- tracting your job. G. L. Bradley, 0 40-don, who sued Laurel county for Hustonville. for salary as county judge, that FOR SALE Pair of bay mares, the fiscal court .which had fixed the aged 5, bred to jack this spring. 15 salary at 800, had the right to do hands high, match well and nre well LEAVE YOUR ORDERS NOW WITH US FOR so. broken; lady can handle. Ono is a natural saddler and other trotter. MARRIAGES $300 cash. Adrress T. F. Dunn-waE. F. Baker and Miss Elizabeth Price King's Mountain, Ky. Etc. 42-- 1 p Mowers, Blackmail, of Garrard, were married SALE Desirable FOR HOME in Lexington. Look at tho Binder with trucks that takes the weight off of your D. J. Hunt and Miss Laura Steph- homo in Crab Orchard. Six rooms with hall. Ono of tho best built ens were married at the horses neck. Your horses walk four in a breast. Call and look at Thursday afternoon by Judge Jumes houses in town. All necessary outbuildings. Fine well of water. Four them now and get yours in the first car. Yours P. Bailey. II. K. Spnngler, of tho East End acres of ground. Plenty of fruit. AdLincoln, and Miss Doxie Mao Wilson, dress W. W. Burgin, Crab Orchard of Gairard. were joined heart and or Stanford. FOR SALE Ono 35 arm rug rack. hand at tho home of Dr M. U. Early by that gentleman Wednesday after- 32 arms for 9x12 rugs and 3 arms for larger rugs. Mado of varnished yelnoon. Miss Mabel Gumm, of Fayetto low pine. Swings from supports fascounty, who is well known here tened to floor and ceiling. All bolts Ky. Main where she visited Miss Lucinda and screws attached. Was used about L Lutes, was married tho first of tho four years. It is in as good condition week to Ollie Cowan Hurst, who as when bought. Made to fit a 1G coiling but could bo altered if holds a position in the I. J. ray printing concern atWelsh & Mur- foot BRING VOUR necessary. Call at I. J. office. 42-Lexington. v noon. with order: no so Iff" than 25e each Untie.) CE House Paint Call On 41-F- tf no-lic- The Lincoln Pharmacy Out of Reach 42-t- Do Not Think Paint Has Gone The most important feature of the fine Straw Hat display here, is We made contracts for these good hats VALUE it's important. fully twelve months ago; we greatly increased our customary orders, thereby we obtained lower price also a variety easily the largest in our city. Hundreds of straws are here most any kind you would want; the styles are right, the quality superior; is ralue they are unequalled, including the newest styles: China Splits, Braids, Milams, Leghorns and Panamas -- Nov-elt- y $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3, $4, $5 You Can Buy It for $2.00 D $1,-50- 4t Oxfords $3.00 to $7.00 Just as much as quality and good value are factors in other that bear this firm's name, so are they factors in the exhibit of Oxfords. You'll find the right styles here, the quality of leath-er- s and workmanship you want and thorough satisfaction for the price you pay. A fine showing of black or tan. All styles for men and young men at wear-able- s Deering Binders, Hay Rakes, y, court-hous- o $3.00 to $7.00 34-c- ot W. H. HIGGINS Street Stanford, Phillips & Phillips Stanford's Biggest Store JOB PRINTING TO THE lt A. M. V. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: "kii-Yii-Yi- Friday, May 25, 1917 t! liberty Loans The First National Bank has subscribed for $20,000 par value of the cent Gold Bond 15-3- 0 flit Mt 'BiltjJXQuickr B Drops Make Corn 'Tall" Off I Club. I've Joined the Nevcr-Agal- n will Never again'Qcts-It- I use nnythln? for .' corn but Tut 2 drops on, nnd from that secof 'acts-I- t' ond the corn begins to shrivel. W xsHHll&l' sHHwslllllllllllllllllisfl LF year 3 wa 2 per WALTER YATES BADLY HURT Walter Yates, chauffeur for Masters & Bowycr's garage, had n narrow escape from being killed and was badly injured at Hanging Fork bridge on the Danville pike Tucsdny. He was assisting the Messrs. Woodard get some of their road machinery through the bridge, when a heavy piece nt iron fell from the top of the dinner wagon, striking him on the head, cutting several deep gashes and badly damaging both of his cars. A portion of one of his cars was cut oil, and the other was cut in n number of laces. Ho was brought to Dr. K. J B Irown's sanitarium, where he has since rested as well as could bo d. first to country and then to home. To -cheer those who cannot serve as you serve; but whose hearts are with you T J OYALTY YOUR PHOTOGRAPH of the United States, believing it its patriotic duty to aid our country to raise money to prosecute the war, and because we were satisfied it was n Drs. Brown nnd South-irthink ho will get well, but it may take him a long time, as son of the cuts ale very deep. The Sacray Studio safe investment. Those persons desiring to purchase, or subscribe for these bonds will please call, or write, and they will be furnished at par and in- terest, or their personal subscription will be received, and bonds bonds bought for them free of cost. , lie feorel instead of swelling up llko a little wlilte sponge. Then It loosens from your toe nnd, Klory linllclujnli! the corn comes oft as thotiRli you d taka "Oh, Don' Touch It! ItH So Sorel nutl It Will .Never I'nc "CietM-It- " a Joe T. Kmbry landed the job of cnrryirij mail on rural loute No. f and wi begin his work on June 1st He has been sub on that routf for some t me and knows the "ropes" well. arl Carter, who has served since I'rancis Wuatherford quit, and has given the patrons along the line itisfactory senicc, will tur.i most the roi'te over to his successoi after next Thursday. I EMBRY GETS ROUTE No. 5. Wheat Flour CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD! U. S. Government Tests Prove It. Eggs Milk ARTICLES Energy 385 H 410 El 445 E33 1030 mm 1035 1185 13G5 10 cents will buy Beef, sirloin Mutton, leg Pork, loin Cheese Rice The First National Bank Stanford, Ky. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Tenn., Miss Leona Baker, is Mrs. J. C. Hays has returned from Dr. Woods Ogilvie, of Princeton, a visit to relatives in Garrard. Miss Lottie Carson is the guest of has been the guest of his aunt, Mrs. Miss Lissa Holtzcalw at Richmond. J. C. Hays. Mis;, Sad'e Bfr,i''.iman, of Ilii'.tnn-villMiss Gertrude Wilkinson and Mrs. has been the guest of Mrs. Ross J. M. Casey spent several days in Danville. Bastin at Lancaster. Miss Mamie Wilkinson, of JuncMessrs W. D. Edmiston and R. E. tion City, has been the guest of Miss Gaines, of the East End, were in the city this morning returning from a Grace Hurst. Mrs. Noe, the aged mother of Mr. brief stay at Elixir Springs. Misses Elizabeth and Lucile Pruitt Hush Noe, has been his Ruest for several days. and Master James Pruitt, of Millers-burof Harrods-burjMrs. R. W. Kcenon, are visiting their grandparents, isthe geust of her sister, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Bedell Chancellor. T. W. Pennington. Mrs. Will Yeager and daughter, Mrs. Sam Raines and son, of Lib- Miss Anna Margaret, were the guests Ben of Mrs. Charles Collier, erty, are visiting her sister, Mrs. at Fork e Ridge, Tenn. Middlesboro Cor. Hurst at Wilmore. Miss Jennie Lawrence, of White Sun. Oak, spent commencement week with George A. McRoberts, of CovingMiss Maud Arnold. ton, was here Thursday with his broMr. and Mrs. J. H. Collier and son, ther, Postmaster H. J. McRoberts. of Crab Orchard, were in the city He and his family are on a visit to Thursday afternoon. relatives in Garrard. Postmaster Butler and Chief of Miss Alma Martin and brother, of McKinney, Jesse Martin left Sunday for Fort Police Z. P. Smith, Wayne, Ind., to visit their sister, were here Wednesday. Mrs. W. G. McBee, of Mt. Vernon, Mrs. H. L. Gardner, also their grandcame down to see her sister, Miss mother, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Raines. Pattye Perkins, graduate. Mrs. W. E. Varnon, who has been Miss Maud Carter has returned at the St. Asaph Hotel for a month, from Cave Springs, Ga., where she left Wednesday evening for her home taught the past scholastic year. at Asheville, N. C. Judge Varnon wiU Mr. and Mih. Sam Helm, of remain for a week or ten days longer. have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kenney DeHaven and Mrs. Mrs. Hayden Leavell near LancasJohn Tom Perry, of Lexington, were ter. McKinney, here for the party given by Miss SuMiss Mary Elizabeth Springs, Ga., this san Fisher Woods in honor, of Miss who taught fn Cave year, returned home Wednesday Nancy Yeager on Thursday afternoon. morning. Mr. Sidney Dunbar, of the Hedge-vill- e Mr. and Mrs. John G. Lynn, Mrs. ThursW. G. Surber and Attorney Henry day section, passed throughspend a for Jackson, of Danville, were in the city month or Russell county to six weeks with friends and , Thursday. Mrs. Heneritta Raney, of Lancas- relatives. Mr. Dunbar makes it a friends of his youth ter, has returned home after a pleas- point to visit thehe always enjoys the visit to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Raines every year and ant trip. at Liberty. Dr. M. D. Early has returned from Phillips, of LiberMisses Elizabeth the Baptist convention held at New ty, and Katherine Warrinf. of his were guests at Crab Ochard Orleans. He will tell atthe Sunday morning service Baptist at Springs several day. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Elliott, of Mc- church what was done by the great that Kinney, visited with Mr. and Mrs. E. body of Baptists All gathered at that Dr. Early v the Crescent City. T. Allen, near town Saturday. would tell the I. J. about his trip was: County News. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Stout were "Come up to the Baptist church Suncalled to Danville Saturday to the day morning and Pll tell you all." Miss Edith Welburn returned home bedside of their little granddaughter, Wednesday afternoon from Millers-bur- g Evsv Stout, who is very ill. College. She was accompanied Mrs. J. E. Johnston, of Pittsbuigh, Pa., arrived first of the week to by Miss Emily Smith and Mr. W. S. spend some time with her father and Hays and son, of Lagrange. They sister, Col. George P. Bright and Mrs. made the trip from Lexington in Mr.J Hays' auto. Miss Welburn and Miss Susan Yeager. Mr. R. W. Hocker, of Kansas City, Smith took part in a musical recital shows his confidence in the I. J. by at the Phoenix Hotel auditorium sending money for his subscription Tuesday night given by Miss Eliza.to Sept. 1918. Let otheis emulate beth Smith, piano director at Millers-bur- g College. his good example. e, g, of Harriman, the guest of Mrs. W. L. Mc-Cart- y. r, W. W. Hays this week sold and dePenny Drug Store. livered to Mr. J. S. Hocker. president of the First National Bank, a Mrs. L. B. Jones, of Crab Orchard, Buick touring car. and Mrs. B. W. Gaines were callers Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured at this office this morning. as they cannot reach Mr. M. E. Pruitt came over from by local applications, of the tar Thin- Is tho dlsmstil portion Millersburg for the sale of his father's only on. way to euro catarrhal dtafmss. and that U ky a constitutional rcmidy effects at Morcland this afternoon. Catarrhal Deafness Is causij by an InMr. and Mrs. Will Ward, of Lexflamed condition of the mucous lining of When this ington, have been the guests of Mrs. the Euftjchlun Tube.rumbling sound tube Is or Inflamed )6u have a Mattie Bradshaw and family at htarlng, and whin It Is cntlrtly closed, Dtafmss Is tho rtsult Unltrs thi tan bu rcducid nnd On Thursday evening Mrs. Wallace Inflammation Its normal condition, this tub hearing restored to Walter entertained at The Princess will be dfstrojed forever. Many cases of deafness aru caused by catarrh, which Is in honor of some of the S. II. S. gradan lnflanrd condition of the mucoua suruates and friends. A delightful ice faces Hall's f"itnrrh Medicine acts thru the blood on the. mucous surfaces of the. course and mints were served. The g) stem. er Tur-nersvill- e. sold by many times than any other corn remedy In existence. Try It nnd you'll know the reason why. It takes two seconds to apply It, and It dries at once. That's all. Don't experiment follow the cxperlcnco millions nnd use "Octs-It.- " of ''OcW-K" Is sold ovprywlieic, 25c n bottle, or sent on receipt of price by E. Lawrence & Co , Chicago, III. Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn remedy by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The Blove off your hand!" Is the corn discovYes. "Gets-It- " Is ery of tho ago. .More "Gets-It- " FALL CAUSES INSTANT DEATH Fox, son of D. I). Fox. and Robi brother-in-laof the Intel ior Journal's Junction Citv eoi respondent, Prof. E. L. Grubbs. fell from a freight ea' on which he was brakint; at Danville Thursday and met in stant death. Fox was a fine younv man and his death occasions much sorrow The burial occurred today at Junction City. Butter Breakfast Foods Wheat Flour ENERGY Potatoes Beans, dried 1489 2025 2950 3040 BSW 6540 m (U. S. Department of Agriculture Larmers Bulletin No. 142) Muscle and Strength Giving Qualities J. H. Baughman & Co. E POPULAR EXCURSION BC Pinc-vill- couples were: Maurice Tucker and Miss Pattye Perkins, Hartwell Shanks and Miss Belle Russell, John Cash and Miss Lottie Walker McKinney, Henley Cash and Miss Jean Paxton, Francis Weatherford and Miss Nellie Wilson Hill, Joe T. Tmbry and Miss Elizabeth Hunn, Prescott Brown and Miss Matsy Grimes. We lll give One Hundred Dollars for nny case of Catarrhal Diafnesr that carnot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. free All DruciTls's. 75c. V J CIIBXBV tr CO. Toledo. O C i I ' i' i ' ! " "i I 5 Per Cent FARM LOANS 3 Million CINCINNATI Sunday, May 27, 1917 Southern Railway System VIA Tht ""paro"1' rf l.T From Junction City Tur-nersvil- le, -- ANNOUNCEMENT PARTY One of the most charming social events of this spring was the party given on Thursday afternoon by Miss Susan Fisher Woods, announcing the marriage of Miss Nancy Elizabeth Yeager to Mr. Ben Edward Williams, of Nicholasville, for June 5th. The house was beautifully decorated in pink and white flowers and these colors were carried out in the refreshments. Upon arrival the guests went to the dining room where coffee and chocolate wafers were served by Mrs. Sam J. Embry, Jr. At the conclusion of several games of 500, Little Miss Susan Fisher Woods and Master Harris Reed, representing Over Loaned Through This Office W. KING & SON INSURANCE BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE Lexington, Ky. Cheaptide & Short .":.' 55 A. M. Cincinnati at t t 1 O P.M. Krturiiiitft Sprctnl Train I.eu vijlt an It Ctrtlanjtl art nur trout and intristlnc, aad a atttatthm Detailed information on application to Special Train Lpiivcn Junction City at PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public auction at the Veranda Hotel, McKinney, Ky., be ginning at 1 o clock SATURDAY AFTERNOON MAY 26, dt rirui tr ti C. H. HAIlIlKItSUN, Loral TtVli-II. C. KlNfa, IMvIhiuii 1'afchPtisJrr Arut. Lrviugluii. K. Aiifiit. Junrlifin City IIus-tonvil- lc, Ca-se- Tim ovnppfnnf mother should not dread the crisis, but Instead should prepare her system for tho unsual strain. Thousands of women say that "MOTHER'S FREND" is the greatest aid they know to make the period ono of comfort, and for relief from pain at childbirth. Apply it externally night and morning throughout the period. Get a bottle of special guide book "Motherhood and today. the Baby." It is free. Write today for this book. BRADFIELD REGULATOR COMPANY, 113 Lamar Bldg., Atlanta. Ga. MOTHER'S FRIEND Write for At your druggist's Mrs. T J. Hill, Mrs. R. T. Bruce. Mrs. S. J. Embrv. Mrs. J. H. Wood-- . Mrs. Kenney DeHaven. Mrs. John T. Perry, of Lexington, Mrs. J. E. John ston, of Pittsbuigh. Pa.. Mrs. Besste McKinney, Miss Sue Taylor Engle to dissolve the patnership business of man, Miss Levisa Harris, Miss Lyle Musters & Bowyer on Cooper, Miss Kate Davis Raney. SATURDAY, JUNE 2nd. beginning at 10 o'clock a. m. SeverENTERTAINED DELIGHTFULLY al holies, good drivers and woik Dr. and Mrs. D. B. Southaid carriage; one entertained at The Princess on Tues.-da- y horses; one nice closed wagons; nice surrey; two evening in honor of their daugh- one spring wagon; drummeis buggies; several ter, Miss Pattye Perkins. Delicious two double sets wagon harness; one ices, cakes I and mints were served nice set carriage harness; one nice Blue and white, the colors of the class surrey harness; eight or ten sets of 1917, were carried out in the re- set II. C. buggy harness; one guests: John and two Ford machines; I.one goodtruck; freshments. The two-horHenley Cash, Joe T. Embrv, Miss wagon; two hay frames, and Matsv Grimes. Miss Marietta Goirgin, several other things too numerous to Miss Nellie Wilson Hill, Miss Eliza- mention. beth Hunn, Miss Anna K. Matheny. All sums over $2o, six TERMS: Miss Josephine Matheny, Ferdinand months' credit with six per cent, inMatheny, Lottie Walker, McKinney, terest bankable note. Miss Pattye Perkins, Miss Jean Pax-toMASTERS & BOWYER, Stanford. Miss Eva Kv. Bv G. II. Masters. Miss Belle Russell, 41-Rankin. Mnurice Tucker, Miss Anna Wood, Miss Serena Young, Mrs, Will McBee, Howard Newland, Prescott Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Todd, South--m- l, Wm. Grimes. Misses Gladys Elizabeth Higgins, Sara Wood Ellen Ballou. cupids presented the euests with the pnnouncement cards. They were beautiful, being hand painted with hearts and cupids The guests prizes were eiven to Miss Yeager and Mrs. John Tom Perry, of Lexington, and Mrs. S. M. Sauflev received the nrire for making the highest score. Delicious ices and cakes were served. Guests were: Mrs. W. H. Shanks, Mrs. J. S. Rice. Mrs. E. J. Brown, Mrs S. M. Saufley, Mrs. T. W. Pennington, Mrs. Sauflev, Mrs. Bettie Bush Rowan Engleman, Mrs. A. L Mrs. Annie Pence, Mrs. Jesse Perkins, Mis. R. W Keenon, of Frankfort,.. Mrs. R. C. Hocker. Mrs. J. H. Wright, Mrs. Lucy Miller Bartlev. Mrs. E. T. Pence. Jr.. the following household and kitchen furniture: Two nice Bed Room suits, a Brass Bed, Dininpr Room Table and Chairs, China Cabinet, lirusKel 9x12 12x15 Axminster Rue;, Axminster Rupr, Parlor Table, Kitch en Cabinet, Kanire, Large Heater, Library Table, Rocking Chairs, Porch awing anil Chair, Lawn Slower, Kitchen Linoleum, and many other things too numerous to mention. Terms made known on day of sale. Attend and bring your friends. MRS. R. H. METCALF, Ky. McKinney 40-3- t. car-ne- t. 40 Cents FOR BUTTER FAT AT THE WEEK BEGINNING TRI-STAT- E BUTTER MAY 21st. COMPANY, Talk to the Tri-Stat- e Patron in Your Neighborhood Let him explain his experience to you and the profit of scllini; cream direct to the Tri-Sta- te PUBLIC SALE LIVERY OUTFIT. Butter Co., Cincinnati, 0. TRI-STAT- E TRI-STAT- E He will tell you that no shipper ever lost a dollar dealing with will make more us, and his experience is that the money for the producer than any other creamery. He does not worry about his shipment after he puts it or the train no matter what train, day or night. For the guarantees the shipment against loss or damage in transit, deducand our SPOT CASH pay check permits no middle-man'- s tions or commissions. patron a man who appreciates the You Will find the advantage and crdit in choosing a Responsible, Safe and Permanent Creamery and sticking to it. Tell him to order cans for you on 30 days' trial, or write direct to the TRI-STAT- E se Tri-Sta- te Butter Co., Cincinnati, TRI-STAT- E 0. art-sellin- n, We will gladly mail cans prepaid. Over 20,000 cream patrons THE LARGEST CREAMERY to the AMERICA buying direct from the produces. IN 3t Swiss Service via Parcel Post The ''SWISS SERVICE" in Cleaning and Dyeing "REVELATION" to those living out of the city. You need no longer worry about that "SPOT" or "SOILED SUIT." Just send it to us and we will do the rest. We CLEAN and DYE EVERYTHING. Write for information. is a In accordance with the proclamation issued by President Wilson, all male citizens, between the ages of 21 and 30, both inclusive, are notified to report at their regular voting precincts on NOTICE ! Tuesday, June 5, 1917 between the hours of 7 a. m. and 9 p. m., for the purpose of registering for selective conscription. Failure to conform to the above order, will be punishable by imprisonment. proved the Hustonville telephone line and exchange during tho year or so he has owned it, sold it this week to Squire J. P. Gann for a sum a little under $10,000. Tho Hustonville exchange is ono of the best paying properties in this section and Mr Gann has acquired a good thing even at tho steep price paid. Mr. Steele recently sold his electric light plant at Hustonville to Mr. C. N.f Wilder for a snug sum. He will give his entire timo in tho future to his garage business which he is already making a big thing. Mrs. Richard Tasker Lowndes, of Danville, was elected president of tho Kentucky Federation of Women's Club at Fulton. Mrs. W. J. Hills, n first vice president; Mrs. Riker, Harrodsbure, general federation secretary; Miss Alma Danville, corresponding h. STEELE SELLS EXCHANGE L. F. Steele, who nas greatly im- Swiss Cleaners & Dyers x.rp.t.4 Louisville, Ky. 617 Fourth Avenue WE OPERATE NINE DIFFERENT STORES J. G.Weathertord, Sheriff La-fo- Van-mete- r, ,t ' .J V'l WESI M K . The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kei WOMAN NOT OLD AT SIXTY YEARS Says Tanlac Took All TTnrrtf Hill Rnld to Tom ky: Friday, May 25, 1917 LAND, STOCK AND CROP HEARD IN STANFORD n Sore- Jersey cow for $00. w. joncs IS. l). (Jnrtcr sold to hogs nt 14c. five l(. t. nocKer sold to joncs shoats at 13c. Cress 18 I? Thnmiunn until In J. T. Mirs. hogs nt by eight T. A. Klce soul to Jones a tress cents n 17 henvv hoirs nt 14 pound. d Martin t. How Bad Back Have Been Made Strong Kidney lilt Corrected 120-poun- d 1 1.10-poun- d 13-12- c. 1- -2 ness Out of Joints. ONCE SHE COULDN'T WALK mnre to Dr. Fayette Young, of Ohio, lorn Jjaou.T.nlr onlil in .1. I.. Hpnzll'V f. snw nnd nine tiles for S55 and n Jer- sev bull calf for $18. It is cstimnted that i.uuu pounds of wool, for which the buyers are of- !1 IWncK ilURiies sold n line sawwc 'Tsinlue has ilone me more Rood took," suUl iiiiyllihiK flft 1 Mtn. Josh' I,inrciiC'tf, nlM jours old, who IIvch with licr con about hnlt u inlli! from I'liociilv. Mr. I.nwroncp lms tiled iiiiuiy iiii'dlcliiiw, and she ioki' from ixH,rh'iii'. "I HiilTi'ivil from sori'iii'X" mid stiff-lit-- s In m Joints ami nuncios,' she continued. "It hurt nic to wall;, and Miinul linos I could hardly nioxo. I felt week and tired till the time. "My appetite as poor, and my whole system seemed rim down. 1 was nervous .nid didn't sleep well. I didn't feel rested when I cot up. ".My mhi heard nlioiit Tnnliie. and he hroii-'- ht some home to me. It commenced to help me rluht from the llrst. 1 tool; four buttles, and the soreness and stillness have all left my Joints. It doesn't hurt me to walk any more, in fact ' am iiMo to tn'.e cure of my sis-te- r wfci It - 'i liii';cn leu. Mv appetite It.)- - iiue l)ii I., .tint I am IVellnu' till I atti Kind to suy a uood word rlnht t In ti f.irinir Kfi rntlla !l Iiniltlll hold by the fnrmcrs of 1.4 I'dll!? Simpson otr J. T. Rigsby bought of E. L. Wilhops nt $11.85 a d son 47 Vnin.1r.w1 Mr TJiiruliv nlsn linlll'llt of hogs nt d John Morgan 11 nogs ior Sl.i.vii and two 140-poun110-poun- county. Chained to n fallen tree near the scene of his crime,' Eli Persons n .".00.0(10 linllnils. it certaltib did nmiiwlt! f,iH slinrl1W negro, who confessed that he Killed nn.niilttiir In imtimntnit f iirnislipd nt Antoinette Rappal, a young white lue ml of Ruol " in Winchester where girl, was burned to death bv a mob T.MIIIH' llililt Up thollMPiiIs ot the warehouse the hemp is being received, lhe lust in the country about ten miles frcm pe.p hIi. v civ as Imiliy run down half of the total pooled hemp crop as Mrs. Lawrence. If you feel run i,.a limnrlit it $1!l 7K Tint' tuinilroil Memphis. down cet It today. Don't delay, as de- while the remainder was sold at $14.- FOR YOUR CHILD'S COUGH Here's a plcansant cough syrup lay In health matters Is dangerous. 10. that every child likes to take, Dr. If your child Tanlac is sold exclusively in StanThe State Department announced Bell's deep hacking cough that worford at The Penny Drup Store, E. R. that no passports would be issued to has ayou give him Dr. Bell's Pine anyone desiring to leave the United ries Coleman, Proprietor. the soothing pine balsams States to attend the conference of Tanlac can now be obtained in fol- Socialists at Stockholm to discuss relieve the cough, loosens the phlegm and heals the irritated tissues. Get a lowing nearoy cities: Moreland, Ab- peace. bottle today at your druggist and raham Minks; Huatonville. Adams inclusive. start treatment at once. 25c. riinitt.tunun. May 27-3Bros.; McKinney, True & Co.; Ellis-burJoe Mc Williams; Middleburg, W. C. Dryant; Crnb Orchard, Lync Bros.; Brodhcad, John Kobins; Lancaster, R. E. McRoberts; Bee Lick, J. Reynolds & Son; Waynesburg, W. FOR BOYS FROM 3 TO S YEARS OF AGE A. Ilorton. s, c lie-at!-. y. Tar-Hone- y, 1. p, lioaf nrlro Mini wns ever tinid for wool in tliat section was received liv the Trigg County Wool Ciowers. cents per The Inch price of CO , mi, i.l w.io tmtil fnr plnnr trri use wool. cents for light burry wool and 02 cents tor hard ouri'V wool. r7 Jones & Cress bought of Yowell & r.ulo nf ITiiatniiville. 00 hogs at $14.70; a bunch of 102- pound hogs of A. W. uoopcr at ainmm ui ". u. Hi, seven hoi'S of tlnnvlnv nt 1!tf 93 eight 200- M. fl. Beazlev at 14 pound hogs of W. A. Hatcher nt 14 snoats 01 in. 2c and 1J S. Baughman nt 13 Tim nnnln.l I'rnn nf linnm nf P.lnrl; county, which was purchased liv the tirm ot r;. r. spears & sons, oi rar-iand estimated at two million 2 -2 3-- lie. Tim 4 A Lancaster St., Stanford, says: few years ago I suffered with a pain across my back that hurt me so I could hardly do anything. If I stooped or lifted anything I had n sharp catch across my kidneys. The action of mv kidneys was irregular, also. Doan's Kidney Pills which I bought at Penny's Drug Store soon fixed me up in good shape." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simplv ask for a kidney remedy get Doai's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Buchanan had. Foster-Mil-bur- n All over Stanford you hear it. Donn's Kidr.cy Pills arc keeping up the good work. Stnnford people nro telling nbout it telling of bad bncks made sound again. You can believe the testimony of your townspeople. They tell it for the benefit of you who are suffering. If your back aches, if you feel lame, sore and miserable, if the kidneys act too frequently or passnges are painful, scanty nnd otf color, use Doan's Kidney Pills, the remedy that has helped so many of your friends nnd neighbors, follow this Stanford citizen's ndvice nnd give Doan's n chance to do the same for you. W. P. Buchnnan, produce ncnlcr, Stanford's Big Lincoln Chautauqua Patriotic Rally MAY 27-28-29-30-- 31 lDO-nou- Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. 42-- 1 m-i.- - iw-(wui- 1 id c; -- 120-poiin- u c. Decision of the House Republicans in caucus to oppose any newspaper censorship provision in the p"nding Espionage Bill was followed by n letter from President Wilson to Chairman Webb, of the Judiciary Pnmtriittnn nWlnrinc it was impera tive that Congress grant the powers. Boys' Wash Suits In order to dodge the war tax on admissions. Coney Island will charge no entrance fee to its attractions, but will make those who witness them pay 10 cents each to get out. The HiRh School of NW Bedford, Mass., was the first public school in the United States to raise the Amei- ican flan over the sehoolhoute, which it did on May 11, 18(51, about one month after the fall of Fort Sumptey. $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Kentucky 1917 Sunday - Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday FIVE BIG DAYS OF HIGHEST CLASS ENTERTAINMENT EDUCATION AND AMUSEMENT NATIONALLY POPULAR BANDS AND ORCHESTRAS, FAMOUS ORATORS, SPEAKERS AND HUMORISTS; SWEET SINGERS AND MUSICIANS OF NOTE. STIRRING DRAMATIC PLAY PRESENTATIONS'. POPULAR SCIENTIFIC DEMIMIONSTRATIONS. CARTOONING, IMPERSONATIONS, TATIONS, WHISTLING, YODLING, HAWAIIAN MUSIC. R0THER5 ITDM CAR has many features that are unusual in a car of so moderate a price, and represents a combination of refinement, efficiency and equipment that is of more than ordinary interest to the intending purchaser. There has been no effort to produce a car that would sell at a low price, but there has been a genuine interest in building a car in which the material, the design and the manufacturing practice would represent the highest quality at a moderate cost to the purchaser. THE VERY BEST ATTRACTIONS FROM THE REALM OF. ENTERTAINMENT Dodge Brothers have brought to bear upon the accomplishment of this purpose an extraordinary experience, immense production capacity, and complete financial independence. SOLD BY THE SPECIAL INSPIRATIONAL PROGRAMS ON SUNDAY Durham Implement Co. W. S. DUNN, Salesman Danville, Kentucky HkLIkt Get Your Season Tickets Today DON'T MISS THE PATRIOTIC MUSICAL PROGRAMS, AND THE INSPIRING "AMERICA" PAGEANT iJyiaAxXfc IjM . jll Every Afternoon and Night MORNING PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN Make Your Plans Now To Go To The Big Lincoln Tent Every Day