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No. 43 The Interior JournC Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, May 29, 1917 LINCOLN CHAUTAUQUA FINE The Lincoln Chautauqua is holding the boards at Stanford now nnd will continue to do so until about 10 o'clock Thursday night. The big tent was stretched on the lot just back of the college building Saturday night, and although rain has played its part, good crowds have attended each session. At 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon the first nroeram was given and it was so delightful that many went again Sunday night, when the crowd taxed the capacity of the tent, J. no Craven Family of Musicians was the opening attraction and it was without doubt one of tho very best soon here in years. Mi. Craven nnd his A BIG AFFAIR great crowd gathered at Crab Orchard Saturday afternoon to see Old Glory unfurled to the breeze? nnd enjoy the ceremonies attending it. At 3 o'clock Mr. H. G. Skilcs stat ed the object of the occasion nnd asked Rev. M. P. Morgan to invoke divine blessings, which ho did in a very appropriate prnycr. Mr. Skiles then made a most interesting talk, npongizing on the start for his appearance, claiming thnt he was a substitute for some "big gun" from Danville, who had failed to show up. The hearers were not a bit disappointed, for Mr. Skilcs gave them a ringing patriotic speech that was most fitting of the occasion. The Drake's Creek Brass Band, Prof. W. H. Jones, leader, discoursed many of the patriotic airs and each tune was loudly applauded. The band is composed of the neighborhood boys nnd is really a creditable organization. Attorney W. B. Hansford wns then introduced to the audience and for thirty minutes he gave in n most interesting way history of the wars from 1776 to the present time. A pleasing speaker, he is at his best in history, and his talk was as instructive as it was entertaining. The Interior Journal has a promise of the speech for publication and hopes to give its readers the benefit of it be fore long. The flag that we honor ourselves by honoring was then raised amid deafening applause. It 1oats from a long staff on the top of tho Masonic building which is occupined by Lync Bros., druggists. A pleasing feature of the attcrnoon was me singing by a large band of young people a number of patriotic songs, including "America," "The Star Spangled Banner." etc. At the conclusion of the exercises, Rev. Pervis dismissed the crowd with benediction. It was the soberest, most orderly gathering the writer has seun for a long time, and while there was great cheering and profuse applause, th.jrc of solemnity was an undercurrent that was clearly noticeable. Dr. M. M. Perkins was one of the prime movers in the flag raising and he must have felt proud to see everything go off as nicely as it did. A Tuesdays and Friday four dnughtcrs are wonderful musilines. cians nnd the performance they dive Smashing the Austrian lines on is remarkable. They play any and all the Carso plateau and in the mounmusical instruments and play them tainous country north of Gorizia, tho well. They arc vocalists of high order Italians have made additional and and impress those with whom they important gains. Gen. Cadorna's come in contact as being excellent troops also captured more than 1,200 people. The mother accompanies the prisoners nnd eleven guns. In an asfamily, but takes no part in the prosault between Jamiano and the coast gram. At the evening session the the Italian troops crossed the railCraven Family again appeared with road between Duino and Monfalcone, an entire change of program. For 40 northeast of San Giovanni, and carminutes they entertained the large ried a strongly fortified hill southcrowd and then gave over to Mr. west of Medeazza. the Baptist Women's Missionary Un- Booth Lowrey, the lecturer, who Each day finds the Italians closer fainted. took as his subject "Simon Says to Triest. The right flank, resting on A socialist presided over the House ion Training School, Louisville. It was an oratorical gem and Dr. M. D. Early, Mrs. Early, the ocean, now has passed the mouth llonday for the first time in history of the Timavo River. The center has J. S. Rice and J. D. Wearen the lesson derived was an excellent when, during calling of a roll on a and pushed beyond Jamiano, and the left point of no quorum, Speaker Clark and Thomas Eads attended the ded- one. Mr. Lowrey is n Mississipian part wing has taken additional trenches London, of ication of the Baptist church at while he is a lawyer, u greater called Representative spent as a college Mitchellsburg Sunday afternoon. Dr. of his life has been around Castagnavizza. The Italians New York, to the chair. good work. have taken 22,419 prisoners since Ernest Kershaw, six years old, of W. D. Powell, of Louisville, nreaehed head, where he has done May 14. Grayville, and Lee Emmert. four, of the dedicatory sermon and Dr. Early Said he, "I used to practice law, but Members of the Senate Finnnce Morganficld, died at a Henderson took part in the exercises of the in my client moved West and I had to Committee will endeavor this week to Tiospital Sunday of tetanus. Both lads teresting occasion. The church debt close up shop." A strange admission told whip the War Revenue Bill into had their feet cut by weeds a few of about $700 was raised in a short for a lawyer, wasn't it? He yield of to shape. The members so far have cut while, those helping in the good the inclination of people to davs ago while going barefoot. $317,750 from the measure, and by Five Akron, O., autoists, three men cause giving cash or checks instead public opinion and plead with the have ideas of changes from the House bill have and two women, were killed when an of promissory notes, as is usually the coming generation to men and womadded $165,000,000. passenger train crashed into case. It was decided at the meeting their own and be real T2rie with good The army has sent out a call for their machine on a grade crossing' at of the Baptist association here last en. The lecture was filled sufficiently food for thought and was several thousand bakers and apprenRavenna. Two August that a church would be built O., near "Mantua, amusing to hold the attention of all tices to serve during the war. Virtuothers suffered severe injuries and at Mitchellsburg and no time has classes. On Monday afternoon tho ally all will be rated as been lost in doing so. one is not expected to live. enterCompnny consecuofficers and their pay will Eld. J. G. Livingston, accompanied Caroline Sparling After sleeping ninety-si- x tained for the first half of the range trom 66 to $51 a month, with tive hours Joseph Ely, 32 years old, by Albert Scott and Harry West, at- gram and were followed by Tom proadditional pay for foreign service, farmer of McCracken tended the dedicatory services of the Kentucky imitator, who county, died. He was suffering from Providence church,, between BANKERS' MEET HERE FRIDAY and everything in the way of quarand Lexington, Sunday, Rev. makes friends of all who hear him. measles when the state of coma dePresident J. S. Hocker, of the ters, rations, clothing and medical veloped and physicians were unable C. W. Caublc preached the sermon, The Sparling Company was good First National Bank, who was chos- attention provided. which was an excellent one, and Rev. both in song and reading and reasonParis gave a warm welcome to tho to awaken him. en chairman of the committee to dismusic. in pose Bonds at the meet- first sanitary squadron of the AmeriFire originating from a stroke of Mark Collis and other distinguished ably so is a instrumental he kept Mr. the MEDICOS FOR REPRESENTATIVE ing ofof, Libertynnd editors in Lexing- can expeditionary corps on its arriCorwinc wonder and lightning burned to death .seven head divines took part in the services. bankers start to in If all the doctors who are now can- ton last week, has called a meeting val in France Friday night. The of standard bred horses and destroy- Fully 2,000 people were present, Lid. younger ones his a yell fromperformwonderful finish of ed the stock barn of R. S. Strader, Livingston savs, and the day was the A program was given at night didates for Representative secure of the bankers of this county for squadron is composed of 150 physiseats in the next House, there will be next Friday, June 1st, at 11 A. M.. cians and surgeons and seventy-fiv- e on the Winchester pike, near Lexing- very delightfully spent. There was an ance. many when it is hoped nurses. ton, Sunday night. The total loss is abundance of dinner on the grounds by the same people, but with "Elec- a liberal representation of medicos at the Welbaurn, the Berlin has denied that any German given at $5,000, with $3,100 insur- and hospitality had full sway. The changes. Prof.was to have had a part in the lower branch of the next Gen- that every banker in Lincoln county eral Assembly. Un to now there are will be present. It is also desired that naval expedition has been sent to church, a description of which ap tric Wizard," ance. . . Annronriations in the Administra pears elsewhere, is the most complete on the program of that night, but the fourteen physicians who aspire to ill others interested in the sale of American waters. at Nicho Two more Spanish steamers have tion Food Bill were Cut $3,000,000 country church to be found, was accident to his apparatus when the be lawmakers and sit in the Snnhe- - Liberty Bonds bo present and hear drin nt Frankfort next winter, Snd the questions that will come before been sunk with the loss of probably "by the House Saturday. Passage of built at a cost of over $25.00". S$,- - lasville the night before, was blown the measure is expected early this 000 of the amount was raised Sun- Chautauqua tent commission, down, they are busy prosecuting their cam- the meeting discussed. It is the inten- one hundred lives. The largest vesso to out of week. An amendment was adopted day morning and $1,000 was export- put himThis afternoon Brooks Great paigns for either the Democratic or tion of Chairman Hocker to organ- sel was the mail steamer C. de of 4,300 tons, and an official Republican nomination in the August ize the bankers of the county with a declaring that men employed on the ed Sunday night, which would wipe speak. music Concert Band is of food survey arc not to be exempt out the debt. "It was n glorious day very high order, making which of a primary. At every session of the Leg- view to disposing of the bonds, which statement reports only twenty-twafter MJs3 islature there have been doctors and one that I shall r.e.er i'orget," through the bank- her forty passengers and crew of sixfrom the draft. un hui among the solons, but this time more may be obtained customers. They aro. ty landed. The other steamer lost Indiana has joined the States which said Eld. Livingston, as he told the Helen a. rauison win aenver dress from the. subject, "if ..wesuaiyj than the ordinary number are seek- ers for their".. they are payable not was the Begona, of 2,800 tons. Tiave filled their quotas in recruiting 1 .1. about th- wcl' cneni day 15 30's. i. Regulations to govern exemptions Tho Providcccc Christian church, Knew." Tonight the arao eriiocialH ing membership in the Body, with the earlier than 15 years from dato and for the regular ,army. With a quota biggest crowd ers will appear and of '5"400 Indiana has supplied 5,459 recently erected at a cost of $25,-00- of the Chautauqua the far is expect- nrnsnnct that the list will be increas will run no longer than 30 years. under the selective draft are being so midway between Lexington and ed before the primary entries close. Thev bear 3 2 per cent, and arc worked out by Provost Marshal Gen. men, making the State the fourth to for the legiscomplete her part of the work and Nicholasville was dedicated Sunday. ed. Wednesday afternoon the Weller The Should the government Crowder with a number of promicarwill Cook lature include Dr. W. B. O'Bannon. in the mean time issue bonds bear- nent lawyers. It is probable that the the first large quota to be filled. The The church was originally Baptist, toons Co. music entertain with Kachel, and of jury wheel Dr. W. S. other three are Nevada, Oregon and but was converted to the faith of the an interpretor of and Arthur excep- of this county;county; Dr. Taylor, D. ing a greater rate of interest, the selecting system will be followed in drama with S. those to go into the first Disciples of Christ as taught by Cumberland bonds sold now will automatically in ability, will interest and edifv Laughlin, of Bracken; Dr. J. M. crease in rate. It is hoped that the army of 500,000, and not until each Mountain Park Hotel at Hot Alexander Campbell and other pio- tional who Threlk-elhear him. The those Russell; Dr. J. D. Springs, N. C, has been taken by the neers of that doctrine. Among the $100,000 worth of these bonds, the district has provided the number apeven- Blair, of of Crittenden; Dr. Joe Bowen. amount alotted to Lincoln county, portioned to it will exemptions be Government to house some of the. the able preachers who have filled its ingCo. will appear again in the YesPageant, "America, and a 2,000 interned Germans, most of pulpits were Moses E. Lard. I. B. terday and Today." with 100 or more of Frankfort; Dr. T. R. Welch, of will be taken and it is believed that considered. Vacancies in the officers' training Jessamine; Dr. J. R. Skinner, of Mar- thev will be. They are issued in ?o0. them sailors from the German mer- Grubbs, B. C. Deweese and J. W. givThe present pastor is Prof. of the Stanford children will be Miss shall; Dr. George H. Grace, of and 81,000 denomina- camps, resulting from the withdrawSlOO, $500 chant ships. All who cannot be caredt charge of will be in Dr. W. L. Lawless, of Ohio; tions and a single bond of the small- al of candidates for commissions or for there will be taken to Govern--mon- H. L. Calhoun, of the Transylvania. en. Thiswho has charge of the Inmls in Western North Caro The church has 250 members and is Davies, Dr. Z. A. Thompson, of Pike; Dr. est denomination mav bo purchased. for any other cause, will not be filled, and who is each the War Department announced. It Louisville; Dr. J. E. Rvans, lina as soon as quarters can be made said to be the most modern and per makinghour very moraine interesting for the Lewis and Dr. of L. Henry, of Union. The" First National and Lincoln is regarded as too great a handicap it S. fectly equipped rural church in the Lilly ready. County National Banks will enterAlThursday afternoon the Citv Assessor John Buechel, of United States. It has two furnaces tots. On tain the visiting bankers and the on the whole force to have men enter pine Yodlers will present a snappy Louisville, will be made expert WANT BOY SCOUT SQUAD and an electric light plant. Besides program, newspaper men at a luncheon after now and attempt to catch up-after which Dr. Ira Land-ritForeign Minister Balfour, head of of the Kentucky Tax Commis- the large auditorium it contains sevThe State committee having in 'he morning session. It is hoped that and n the sion, which will be composed of enteen Sunday school rooms, two lecturer, will talk on educator Best ofenrcrn tho Masonic celebration at i very bank in Lincoln county will be the British Mission to America, de"Level emthe State Auditor Robert L. Greene, At- parlors, a kitchen and a nursery. It Living." In Alpine Crab Orchard June 23rd has arrang- represented and that every part of clared at Ottawa that last British on pire had "staked its dollar" torney General M. M. Logan, boih of has running water and electric fans. Yodlers will the evening the Land-rit- h ed for the organization of a Crab the county, as well. appear and Dr. democracy, and that if democracy memwhom will resign their present posi- A complete program of education in on "The Solid South Orchard Boy Scout Squad, the failed. England would be bankrupt tions, and J. A. Scott, of Pikeville. all the lines of church activity and For will lecture Defense." Dr. Land-rit- h bers of which will be designated with CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS National "Ben Marshall, Collector of Internal service is maintained. The Rev. C. "Ask An I. J. representative spent Sat- indeed. is the "drawing card" of the large badges bearing the words The Italians have smashed their "Revenue, has been selected secretary. W. Cauble, State Evangelist of In- Chautauqua and it is doubtful if the Me," and will be qualified to give any urday at Crab Orchard and was the Timavo Assistant Attorney General Charles diana, delivered the dedicatory desired as to the loca- agreeably surprised to find 30 or 40 way acrossSan Giovanni, River and tent will hold all who want to hear information two miles 'II. Morris will succeed Mr. Logan. visiting delegations, arrival people there this early in the sea- captured his masterful lectures. In orderthat tion of special More than 200 persons have been crowds have not northeast of Duino, which is on the all may do so, it would be good judg- and departure of regular and a stran- son. Heretofore MARRIAGES gathered much before the middle of railroad leading into Triest. Nine lulled, a thousand or more injured Chau- trains and any and all things guns fell into the hands of the A Chicago beau could not afford ment to bo in your seat at the or and millions of dollars' worth of tauqua some 10 or 15 minutes before ger may desire to know. This is a June this first of July, and tho excep- Italians. property destroyed by tornadoes in a diamond ring for the girl he was the performance begins both in the good move and it is hoped that the tion year is very pleasing. Good "Illinois. Indiana. Kentucky, Tennes- engaged to and gave her a Liberty nfternoon and evening. The Woman's boy scout organization will be kept care is being taken of those at the WOMAN KILLED springs and "Ma" Willis is giving see. Arkansas, Alabama and Kansas. Bond instead. rising vote of up for further service. entitled to Mrs. Benton McGahn, who was John Jenkins and Miss Hattie Jen- Club is for bringing athe Chautauqua Mattoon, 111., was the heaviest sufferthem the very best tho market afpersons are known to kins, both of the Waynesburg section thanks fords. Right now she is making a Miss Mattie Burton, a sister of Essie er. Fifty-fou- r SHOOTING TOURNAMENT is a delightful, into Stanford. will bo specialty of vegetable dinners and the Burton, of Mt. Salem, was killed in be dead there, a score missing. 500 of the county were married at Scmire structive and It elevating A shooting tournament h in elevator accident in the Windsor Springs on Injured and the property loss being J. A. Singleton's Saturday by that is helpful to any com- held nt Crab Orchard great crowd one Saturday would appeal to the ap- Hotel nt Minneapolis, Minn., Sunday. gentleman. petite of the worst dyspeptic in the estimated at $2,000,000. Thirty-eigh- t 5th, when a Club have July 4 and She and her husband were descendJohn Will Walls and Mrs. Viney munity. The ladies of the are dead at Charleston. 111. Seven to protect the quaran-tor- s is expected at the popular resort. country. The guests are amusing been killed in Indiana, six in Barnett were married at the court- worked hardlooks like the latter will Emile PergrafT, of Louisville, who themselves fishing and rowing and ing on the elevator when the operahave and it tor lost control and it crashed to the Tennessee and more than a score in house Friday by Judge James P. help pay tho bill has had much experience in conduct- driving through the pretty country basement of tho building, instantly Kentucky. The number of dead in Bailey. Both parties had been war- not be called on to Chautauqua here. ing such tournaments, will have surrounding. bringing the for killing Mrs. McGahn. Her husband other States has not been definitely ned before. platform manager, charge of the shoot, and a bie Miss Helen Vick, a pretty society Mr. Beadles, the friends during his time is expected. Mr. Pergraff thinks BANKER'S CONVENTION TODAY was fortunate enough to escape seriascertained. many eirl, is Owensboro's hrrt war bride. has made He is exceedingly courte- that many shooters from Louisville, The bankers of tho Eighth and ous injury. Eight persons on the elehere. their lives. Her parents have received word that stay and obliging, is gentlemanly in Covington, Cincinnati and other Eleventh districts will meet in con- vator jumped and saved,wns married DIED OF HEAT AND THIRST ous she was married in Chicago on May deportment and is a splendid man for points will be on hand and take part. vention nt Danville this nfternoon, A year ne-- Miss Burton Some days ago Frank Peters, of 14 to Stanley Brooks Furbnck. Imto Mr. McGahn, whoso Trophies of value will be given In when an interesting program will be Somerset and he and hishomo is at Springfield, bought of Morgan Smith mediately following the marriage the place. were carried out. A bnnauet nt the Mew traveling in the North whenwife trac- the various classes. Baughmnn a pony nnd the animal ceremony Mr. Furback left for Ntw the Gilcher Hotel will follow the business edy wns snipped by express Saturday. At York, where he boarded th steamer occurred. Deceased was only 20 TENT BLOWN DOWN meeting. The Lincoln County NationCIRCUIT COURT WEDNESDAY Lebanon it took sick and died of Mongolia nnd sailed for "France with venrs old. Tho body Tho tent of tho Lincoln Chautau Judge Charles A. Hardin did not al Bank of this citv will bo repre- to tho home of her will be brought lockjaw. It is believed that heut und the Army Medical corps. brother tonight qua, in session nt Nicholasville, was come up from his home at Harrods-bur- g sented bv its President. Mr. W. II. was thirst killed tho pony, as u very aland Wednesday fublown down by tho severe wind SunMonday, as many expected he Shnnks, Cashier. Mr. W. M. Bright, neral services atafternoon after bo hot in a lowed to stand crated his home, will Tablet Have Done day night and so much damage wns would, to go over the docket for tho ind Directors, Messrs. R. L. Hubble irrived at Leban- "Chamberlain place after it had taken to the McKinney cemetery and Wonder For Me" done the apnnratus of Prof. May term of circuit court, which was and J. N. Menefee, nnd the First Naon. The pony was a splendid oi o an 1 the "Electric Wizard," that to have becrun on that day, but will tional Bank by President, J. S. Hock- laid to rest. "I have been n sufferer from stomit? i'fe it is to be legrctteJ that mu number of years, should have been lost by cnreltfn:ss. ach trouble for I ahave used a great he was unable to ibko nis pari in Be- be here tomorrow to do so. He will er, Vice President S. T. Harris and JOHN STEELE CARPENTER DEAD Chautauqua hero Monday night. and although then decide when tho court will be Director J. C. Eubanks. News comes from Tucson, Arizonumber of remedies recommended tween 800 and 1.000 people were in held for the trial of jury eases. A na, that Mr. John Steele Carpenter HEALTH A SYMBOL OF TO DISCONTINUE TRAINS for this complaint, Chamberlain's the tent at the time it toppled nnd good many people were in town to died there Sunday afternoon. Tho of Ancient Tablets Is the first medicine that has the wonder is that many were not see what was to be done, b:r they The Pythagorians The Advocate says that trains No. greater portion of Mr. Carpenter's Greece ato simple food, practiced given me positive and lasting relief." killed or hurt, but fortunately all didn't stay long after they found that I and 2, 9 and 10 and tho temperance und purity. As a badge writes Mrs. Anna Kadin, Spenceport, escaped without injury. Special will bo very likely dis- life was spent in tho West End of Judge Hardin would not bn hero. county, where they used the five pointed star which N. Y. "Chamberlain's Tablets have continued by the Q. & C. In the Lincoln esteem by every ho wns held one. Ho hus s Special is taken in high they regarded as a symbol of health. done wonders foe me nnd I value "CINCY" EXCURSION SUNDAY event tho WHOOPING COUGH past few years with his A red five pointed star appears on them very highly." Obtainable The L. & N. will run an excur off the Carolina Special will do the spent tho who was Miss Lillie daughter, Car One of the most successful prepa- sion to Cincinnati Sunday at $1.75 local work between Danville nnd each package of Chamberlain's Tabpenter, in tho West. He leaves also a rations in uso for this disease is for the round-trip- . Tho train will lets, and still fulfils its ancient misson, Mr. Alfred Carpenter, who lives Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. S. W. leave tho Stanford depot at 3 A. M. sion as a symbol of health. If you are MR. JACOBS BUSY out on R. F. D. No. 4. Decensed wus Blandon Springs, Ala., Tho Reds will play tho Bostons Suntroubled with indigestion, biliousness Harry Jacobs, tho monument man McClinton, MASONIC CELEBRATION or constipation, get ,a package of is busy these spring days. This morn- writes, "Our baby had whooping day and a good many fan'j will take Wanted an experienced man to about 75 years old and was a splenthese tablets from your druggist. ing he placed two monuments in the cough as bad as most any baby could advantage of the excursion to get to superintend the preparation of a did gentleman. Tho remuins will bo brought You will be surprised at the quick re- gravo yards at Ottenheim. Ono over havo it. I gave him Chamberlain's see tho game. burgoo dinner to feed 6,000 at the neral will to Hustonvillo and the fulikely take place on Thurslief which they afford. Obtainable the remains of Joo Irvin's mother Cough Remedy and it soon got him nt Crab Orchard, day Masonic celebration afternoon, arrangements being everywhere. RHEUMATISM Ky.. Juno 23. Address J. W. Acey, and the other over tho two wives of well." Obtainable everywhere. made in accordance with their arri42-- 4 Alex Arnold. This nfternoon ho is at If you nre troubled with chronic or chairman, Stanford, Ky. val. BIG CAT FISH Hustonvillo setting a marker over MR. CRAWFORD'S FATHER DEAD muscular rheumatism give ChamberNews has como from Goldsboro, N. lain's Liniment a trial. Tho relief Murshal B. D. Carter has tho jail BARN BLOWN DOWN Louis Nave caught a cat fish tho the remains of Miss Elizabeth Boyle. Tho large new barn just about birds cleaning the streets preparaC, that tho aged father of James S. from pain which it affords is alone other day that weighed eight and a Crawford, who married Miss Jennie worth many times its cost. Obtain completed by Eugene Hutchison was tory to oiling them. Tho oil was orNOTICE TO TEACHERS half pounds. The fish had gotten in blown down Sunday afternoon and dered Monday und it Is hoped that it The Division Boards of Education Wllphpr. ilniichtnr nf Mrs. A. R. Wil. able everywhere. the water wheel of Dudderar's Dix the timber spread broadcast over tho will be hero ready to be spread by river mill and was discovered by the will emnlov teachers for rural schools cher, of this city, died at Goldsboro 43-Buy a Liberty Bond. last night. section around. the first of next week. Juno 2nd. G. Singleton, Supt. young man. Wig-Wag." I Rev. L. II. Reynolds, aged 80, is mill has closed n dead in Clark county. He was activecontract for eight carloads of corn ly engaged in the ministry of the meal for the Allies for immediate Christian church for 57 years, havshipment. The consideration was ing retired six years ago. Thousands of souls were won to Christ by his $20,000. Tho production of petroleum in preaching. The third quarterly meeting will the Kentucky fields has almost reached an average of 50,000 barrels be held at the Methodist church by weekly, the week's run aggregating presiding elder, Rev. C. H. Greer next Saturday and Sunday. The quar48,900 barrels. The age limit for applicants for terly conference will convene Saturenlistment in the regular army has day afternoon at 3 o'clock. All off"been raised from 17 to 35, to 18 to icers of the church are urged to be 40. These arc the ages at which men present. Twenty-tw- o women, five of whom will be accepted. Los Angeles suffered an earth- were wives of Baptist ministers, who quake. At Brawlcy, in Southern Cal- have announced their intention of deifornia, the quake rocked a school voting their lives to missionary work where exercises were being held so were given diplomas last night at sharply that several of the children the tenth annual commencement of THE COUNTRY OVER John H. Pnync, aged 80 nnd n prominent citizen of Lexington, is dead. Sara Elliott, aged 15, shot herself to death while brooding over the denth of her brother. John D. Rockefeller has subscribed another five million dollars to tho Liberty Loan. This makes fifteen million worth of the bonds taken by DOINGS him. An Owensboro WITH THE CHURCHES In the last 100 years more than 3,000,000 Bibles have been distributed in Norway. Rev. J. A. Trostle, of Salvisa, has accented n call to the pastorate of has accepted church. FLAG RAISING J. J. Rice, who has had charge of that church for four years, Rev. the Presbyterian church at a call Nlcholas-vill- e. to the Paris Mo-dam- es Cor-win- e, GREEN BROCK 'TAKEN HOME Judge Jnmcs P. Bailey ordered Green Brock, who with his brother, Jesse Brock, was waylaid nnd shot Thursday morning, taken from Dr. W. J. Edmiston's sanitarium at Crab Orchard to his home, and Sheriff J. G. Wcatherford and Deputy Sheriff W. S. Dryc, obeyed the order Saturday morning. Brock wns or. thfi county and Judge Bnilcy did not feel that Lincoln county should stand such and expenditure of money. His brother, Jesse Brock, is paying his own way for his treatment by Dr. Edmiston. and he is yet in a critical condition. The wound caused by the Winchester bnll sent from the rifle of John L. Hopkins is giving him a great deal of trouble, while the wounds he received when nn attempt was made to assassinate him and his brother Green, nre exceedingly painful. Green Brock is not considered in a dangerous condition, although he carries a dozen or more shot in various parts of his body. His vision has been restored, but his right arm is yet in a paralyzed condition, while the wounds in the fnce and leg are doing as nicely as could bo expected. All sorts of reports nre current at Crab Orchard, one of which is that an enemy of Jesse Brock had offered $300 to the person who would cause his death. This is mere report and the Interior Journal does not vouch of the statefor the truthfulness ment, which was heard on the streets of the East End capital Saturday. A sweater was found near the scene where the Brocks were ambushed and it may prove an important clue in finding the porson or persons who fired on them. As stated in Friday's issue, John L. Hopkins, who shot Jesse Brock some three weeks ago, was on the other side of Crab Orchard when the Brocks were shot from ambush, nnd his father. Landen Hop kins, was in town, so it would have been impossible for either of them to have done the shooting. In fact it is not charged that they did it. northwest of St. Qucntin and near on southern end of the Arms battlefield, and repulsed n Germnn attack east of Loos, north of Arras. On the Aisne ana Champagne fronts both the Germara nnd French have been active. Around Teton, in Chnmpagne, the German Crown Prince mnde three attacks and succeeded in penetrating the French line. A counter attack by Gen. troops, however, force. J the Germans tj retire ngain to their own Fontaine-Les-Croisilles, Pe-tc.i- n's LATEST WAR NEWS On the front in France there has been n recrudescence of infantry activity, but not on a large scale. Tho British made gains in local attacks well-known Nicho-lasvil- le court-hous- e, I Eiza-guirr- e, o - 0, doctor-candidat- es non-taxabl- e. Cook-Well-- er d, y. Muh-lenbur- g; chil-drpn- 's ad-ris- er . h. well-know- ch entertain-ment.whic- Wel-bour- n, Blue-Gra- ss Bluc-Grns- 2' The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, May 29, 1917 The Interior Journal Don't Let Your Allies Outdo You in Patriotism In the third year of the war. France jiggered under terrible burdens, hai subscribed to a new loan four billions of dollars twice our first installment. Shall we let this gallant nation, who is fightinff our battle, shame us by her E. C. Walton and J. H. Wright at InUred at tht potttfiot at Stanford, Ky iteond clatt mall matter. S1.B0 ... n.olh funnel a week, per year Twice a week, for 8 months................. 1.00 .76 B monlhi........... Twice a week, for Twice a week, for 8 monlh-......- ... year. ... 1.00 Once a week, either lnie, per to all: paSubscription are rnnhln-ndvancper atopt when time for which It It paid, It np Subscription Rates .0 Political Announcements. nounco the following candidates for office tub- . l..a IU mo flmiutln nrlmtrv ttlA flrtt Nat PCI, iiiiu.ioiii, a nrdAj .n Antra Rt, 1917. (Annot.ncMi.fnl fee 16i for city or msciHerlal office tS. No announcement will be made until fee it paid advance, j in Bee, 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 ndw 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. sacrifices? occupation in France has eagerly Every rank and pressed forward to aid the government with its savings. An American in France writes, "I have seen nn aged street cleaner rest his broom against the counter of the bank as he clipped coupons from small government bonds bought bought with the savings of his toil, longsidc him were tired little seamstresses, women of wealth, hucksters all doing what they could, by saving, to aid their beloved country." Subscribe Today for a Liberty Loan Bond of $50 at Least H. CLAY KAUFFMAN J. R. MOUNT. , For Sheriff J. H. LIVINGSTON. M. S. BAUGHMAN. W. S. DRYE. For County Jude M. F. NORTH. T. A. RICE For State Senator JAY W. HARLAN Our specialty is selling good clothes in the right way. We never sold better clothes than this year. At For County Attorney J. S. OWSLEY. For Repretentative H. G. SKILES. For Jailer W. S. BURCH W. B. HANSFORD T. J. HILL, JR. DR. W. B. O'BANNON. The Lincoln County National Bank The Lincoln Trust Company COMBINED RESOURCES For Attestor W. A. CARSON. GEORGE F. DEB0RDE DINK FARMER JOHN J. MOSER SILK SHIRTS. 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 $20.00 or $25.00 OVER $634,400.00 JOHN C. PEPPLES. For Superintendent of Schools J. N. CASH "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE." Both Institutions Are Under the Same Management STANFORD, KENTUCKY GARLAND SINGLETON. For Magistrate 1st Dist. J. T. DUDDERAR McRoberts & Bailey GENT'S FURNISHINGS STANFORD, KY. Brazil's entry into the war against FOR SALE A nice driving marc Germany is regarded in Washington Dr. John Cook, Stsiuoid. 43ft as being a question of only a few HAVING sold our millinery busidays. ness to Mesdames Wright and Hill,, we ask all who owe us to please and CENT ADS Misses Warren. settle without delay- 43-(Ada here are 1 eeni a word eaen Issue, cash " with order: no an lets than 25e each issue.) PAINTING & PAPER HANGING Have your painting and papering-donFOR SALE Fifty barrels old by me; satisfaction guaranteed corn; good corn. Harry D. Fryc, Hub43-- lt ble. so it would be to your interest to AUTO SERVICE anywhere; day let me figure with you before conor night; reasonable prices. Call tracting your job. G. L. Bradley, 40-Hustonville. phone 234. T. H. Eads. LOST Auto license No. 11931. FOR SALE One 35 nrm rug rack. Leave at the Interior Journal or at 32 arms for 9x12 rugs and 3 arms for some Crab Orchard store. Gus Geiszl. larger rugs. Made of varnished yel434-- lt low pine. Swings from supports fasLOST Pink Cameo pin, sur- tened to floor and ceiling. All bolts rounded by pearls, in town or on the and screws attached. Was used about road between town and the home of four years. It is in as good condition L. P. Nunnelley this morning. A lib- as when bought. Made to fit a 16 eral reward will be paid if returned foot ceiling but could be altered if 43-- 1 necessary. Call at I. J. office. 42-- lt to this office. come-forwar-A-WORD d For Magistrate Hustonville District For Magistrate Waynesburg District K. ALLEN. Woolly Boy Pi 'V xVMte.ico Clothes ') r ', 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 arid cut to fit. CJ Call and try a few of these suits on your boy. fl "' P'm MjtrBretlia ROBINSON'S When You Want House Paint Call On The Lincoln Pharmacy Do Not Think Paint Has Gone Out of Reach You Can Buy It for $2.00 PLEASE n Examine your Deering Binder and Repair. Give ui your order this week and be ready for the harvest. Can-va- W. H. HIGGINS BRING YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. Representative Rankin, of Montana, made her maiden speach on the floor of the House Monday ai.d inJ. A. JOHNSON. cidentally won her initial fight. She J. M. CAMDEN. in amending by a unanisucceeded mous vote in the Committee of the THE BIBLE DERIDED Wo indeed have fallen upon evil Whole the Food Bill so as to provide times. The best of books no longer that in making the proposed food seems to suit even professed Chris- survey the services of woman shall tians. A certain school of Episcopal- be used in so far as practicable. ians think the Lord's Prayer and the ten commai.dments arc too wordy A monument in memory of a and propose to cut out all the words French naval officer, ordered erected they think superfluous. I he state- by the Massachusetts Legislature in ment is made that after the war the 1770, has just been unveiled. On the Germans will retranslate the Bible to theory that it is better late than nevmake it more nearly conform with er, we presume it is all right, but it Kulter and now comes the news from is a pity some of the descendants of Down East that some Baptist minis- the brave officer didn't live to see his ters are engaged in a wordy war over memory honored. the Bible. President Evans, of Cro-zSeminary, says that that it should Commencement is over be interpreted to suit present condi Chautauqua will be a thing and the of the tions, lor as it stands it is a detri past Thursday. 'Now oil ment instead of a help in teaching streets and get ready for let's fair. the the Uhnsts law, the fear being ever present that the students would atto war you If can't tempt to follow literally the teach buy youLiberty go Bond. 'Twill might help a ings of Scripture. He claims that , there are too many foolish things in aSe. s the Bible, such as certain prophesies Buy a Liberty Bond. believed to refer to the present war, and that it is losing its influence ABOUT ARMY REGISTRATION and must be abandoned as a rule of There is only one day for registra faith. Some such nonsense has just threatened to disrupt that great in- tion for army service, June 5, 1917. Jwery male resident of the United stitution of learning at Lexington, Transylvania College, and so it goes. Staes who has reached his 21st and We dislike to hear the liook, whose has not reached his 31st birthday teachings we heard at our sainted must register on the day set, June 5, mother's knee, thus reviled and feel 1917. The only exceptions are officers that these men are wasting their and enlisted men of the regular army, time and talents in picking flaws in- the navy.the marine corps, and the stead of doing all they can to bring national guard and naval militia out more fully the great and good while in the service of the United things crowded on nearly every page States, and officers in the officers' refrom Genesis to Revelations. Let us serve corps and enlisted men in the search the Scriptures, with true in- enlisted reserve corps while in active tent of the command, and not look service. Registration is distinct from Draft. only for inconsistencies and No matter what just claim you have for exemption, you must register. Registration is a public duty, ror Dr. Waite, who poisoned his rich parents-in-lain order to get held those not responsible to the sense of quicker of their money, went to his this dutv. the penalty of imprison death at Sing Sing like the brute he ment, not fine, is provided in the was. He showed no signs either of Draft Act. Those who through sickness shall fear or regret, and when asked as he was being strapped to the electric be unable to register should cause a chair if he had any message for any representative to apply to the county one, he said he had none. "Not even or city clerk for a copy of the regisyour mother," was asked. "No, not tration card. The clerk will give infor any one," was his response. It structions as to how this card should has always been a mystery to us how be filled out. The card should then be men, created in the image of their mailed by the sick person or deliverMaker, can descend to such depths ed bv airent. to the registrar of his as this man. who had nearly every voting precinct. The sick person will advantage of life. It seems only ex- enclose a self addressed stamped enplicable by the Methodist doctrine of velope for the return to him of his total depravity lurking m all of us. registration certificate. Any person who exepcts to be abHats off to Editor Harry Giovan- - sent from his voting precinct on Regnoli, of the Lexington Leader, who istration Day should apply as soon as has just taken unto himself a wife. practicable for a registration card to He was married in Lexington Thurs- the county clerk of the county where day to Miss Florence R. Rogers, he may be stopping, or if he is in a daughter of Hon. Jerre Rogers, of city of over 30,000, to the city clerk. that city. The bride is said to be a The clerk will record the answers on charming young woman and an ac- the card and turn it over to the abcomplished musician. Mr. Giovanno-l- i sentee. The absentee should mail this is not only one of the very best card to the registrar of his homo votnewspaper men in the State, but is ing precinct so that it will reach thnt one of the finest gentlemen, as well. official bv Registration Day. A stamped envelope should Looks like Haley is going to be re be enclosed with the card to insure warded for the work he has dono for the return to the absentee of a regisSenator Beckham, and he should be. tration certificate. Registration booths win no open That he will be Ben Marshall's successor as collector in the Lexington from 7 A. M.. to 9 P. M. on Registra district there seems little doubt. We tion Day, Juno 5, 1917. regret that Mr. Marshall's scalp was taken, but if "Percy" had to have a TO VOTERS OF HUSTONVILLE MAGlSTfcKIAL UlSlKlLi job we know of no better or onsier t.n ninke the race for T .nncnulrul one the junior benator could have magistrate at the solicitation of my gotten for him. friends and neighbors. There is a refighting port current that I have withdrawn, people are Danville against putting oil on the streets and but it is a mistake. I am in the race Stanford people are tignting lor it, t cf.iir T wmilil liuvi' been around to with the hope that it will come bye see the voters, but have been detain and bye, Strange, isn't it, that those ed at homo by sickness in my inmuy. good Danville folks still prefer mud Hope to visit you soon. Very trulv. J. WEiOLi&I I1UUJ1I.O. and dust to a good, clean town like Stanford will bo after the oil has LUSCIOUS STRAWBERRIES been well sprinkled. TU. nrnnplntnra nf "Uriirht's Inn" -. tiMi tiin tynnca nt ihn Tntnrinr brought rain and If Chuutauo.ua the Woman's Club brought Chautau- Journal for a liberal sample of the qua, we offer three cheers for the finest strawberries ever raiseu in mis good women, and only regret that section. They are almost as big as they did not bring the splendid en- i.n antra nml n owppt. ns a sixteen- girl graduate. The Messrs. tertainers, accompanied by glorious vear-ol- d Bright, lather anu sons, are as goou rain, earlier in the game. at raising fruit as they are at growX Buy a Liberty Bond. ing the staples. er ed J. WESLEY HUGHES J. K. HELM. SAM M .OWENS. lt e 41-F- tf 4t New Waists White Organdy and Voile Waists Just In $1.00 to $2.50 Severance & Son LIFE INSURANCE The Mutual Benefit hat survived every great panic in America. It went through the American Civil War with credit to itself, and now to the American public, at this timeof stress, demonstrably secure life insurance protection under a liberal contract, at minimum costs. It is an American Company operating on the mutual principle for the American people. Limit of $5,000 to those who hrve enlisted or who expect to enlist, ind no extra premium the first policy year unless the insured goes outside of the United States in war servico or enters naval service. of-fe- rs w m !?- HAIL INSURANCE Don't forget that I will be around to see you about your hail insurance on tobacco and hemp. I have paid more to the farmers of Lincoln county for hail losses than all the other agents combined. If you have a house or barn uninsured now would be a mighty good time to insure it. You can't insure them after they burn. Phone or See R. M. NEWLAND, Agent. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, May 29, 1917 5,000,000 Corns liberty Loans The First National Bank hat subscribed for $20,000 par value of the 15-3- 0 . Lifted Right OH! tween Retting rid of a and tho way they used to try to Rot rid of It only four or tlvo years jiro. "nets-It- " hns revolutionized corn history. It's the only corn remedy Try S Drops of Magio "Gets-It- " There's a wonderful difference be corn now STANFORD SCHOOL HONOR ROLL Grade 1 Omcr Dishon, Ilcssic Clay Farris, Dorothy Susan Newland. Grade 2 Clarice Cain, Dclhcrt Crawford, Mary B. Foster, Annie B, Fnrmer, Frank Goggin, Uennie Rankin, Joe Turpin, Grade 3 Josephine Hclden, Zclln Bnrncttc, Beatrice Camonisch, Mnbel Franklin, Lewis Mershon, Margaret year 3 2 per cent Gold Bonds of the United States, believing it was its patriotic duty to aid our country to raise money to prosecute the war, and because we were satisfied it was a safe investment. Those persons desiring to purchase, or subscribe for these bonds at par and in- will please call, or write, and they will be furnished terest, or their personal subscription will be received, and bonds bonds bought for them free of cost. The First National Bank Stanford, Ky. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Miss Emily Jones is visiting relatives at Covington. Master Charlie Masters, who has been ill for several weeks, is able to be out again. R. S. Lytic, one of the most popular drummers on the road, was here from Danville Monday. Mrs. Will Hawkins, of Corbin, is is the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bedell Chancellor. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hancock, of Lebanon, have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Kmcaid. Mrs. W. S. Fish has been ill for several days. Mr. John S. VanWinklc was here from Danville Monday. Louisville, is Miss Lou Prcwitt, of visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Tate. Mrs. J. W. Acey has been the guest of her mother, Mrs. Hushes at Dr. W. W. Burgin, of this city, was the guest of Richmond friends list week. D. Newland, who has been R. J. Finch, of Fulton, has been Mrs. T. guest of his nephew, Paul Finch, ill for several days is thought to be the of Drake's Creek Farm in the East improving. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Tanner, of End. Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Bourne motorMcKinney, were here to the Chan- ed over from New Castle and spent Mrs. Caswell Saufley, of Frank- several days with Mr. and Mrs. W. Shanks. fort, was the guest Sunday of Mrs. C. Mr. J. B. Bourne, wife, Misi VirGeorge L. Penny. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Hamptpon, of ginia Bourne and Bradley Bourne, of Mr. and Lebanon Junction, spent several days Garrard, were guests ofafternoon.Mrs. W. K. Warner Sunday with relatives here. Bud Holdcrman returned Monday Mrs. Sallie T. Ashley, of Richmond, has been the guest for sever- from Springfield, where he went to see his father, Mr. W. B. Holdcrman, al days of friends here. Barbara, the bright little daughter who is very ill. He left him somewhat of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Spoonamore of better. B. H. Baker, sister of Mr. Mrs. Danville, is very ill of pneumonia. operated on at Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Pickett, of Coe Moser, who was ago, has develMaysville, have been the guests of his Danville some weeks but is not sister, Mrs. W. A. Tribble and family. oped pneumonia, condition. considerMrs. Margaret Kerns Parks, M'ss ed in a serious Mr. Hattie Kerns and Mr. Bene, of Per- - ing as and Mrs. H. P. Hawkins, hav- k their guests Miss Lillic afternoon. ryville, were here Jivf! and Miss Enfield Joiner, left on VmiLr Mnrnhv. of Shelby City, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs.- a motoring trip for Berea and other George F. DeBorde for the Chautnu- points in Eastern Kentucky this morning. QULittle Miss Susan Fisher Woods Mrs. Sue Holmes is at Crab Orchand relatives has been the guest of her aunt, Mrs. ard visiting old friends several years. time for Logan Hubble, out on the Lancaster for the first Alabama She lives in but still calls home. She is looking as Crab Miss Annie Dunn, who taught at youngOrchard did cenas she a Cedar Springs, S. C, is here with her tury ago and is just quarter of a s as full of life. sister, Mrs. J. T. Embry for the W. C. Webb, of the Hubble secC. E. Bower and two chil- tion, is back from Alcorn, Jackson he owns a dren, of Pontiac. Mich., are guests. county, whereland. He leasedvaluable boundary of the oil parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. of her rights while there to The Jackson to W. S. Cv.siity Oil Messrs. A. T. Anderson and guesta begin drillingCo., which in the next ten days. Lancaster, were Ferguson, 'of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Raines, Mrs. of their old friend, Mr. Cal Nevms Sue Kirkland, Mr. Rue Spragcns,-Mison Danville avenue. Miss Gladys Adelia Russell, Mrs. Nellie Ballou has bought of Miss Margaret Jarvis, Mrs. Sallie T. Ashley, of Richmond, Kirkland and were here Wednesday her pretty home on Logan avenue and of, Lebanon, evening to the Commencement exwill remove to it soon. were the Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Taylor and ercises. They P. Kincaid. guests of Mr. party of young people from Danville and Mrs. W. Finch, of the East End, came over Sunday afternoon and at- is Mr. Paul back from Mississippi, where he tended the Chautauqua. He is prospecting on Mrs. W. S. Grinstead, Mrs. J. R. went much a pleased with trip. portion d very the Harris and Miss Antoinette State he went over and may arc the guests of Mrs. J. tt. of the an investment in land there. make Turner at Nicholasville. B. O'Bannon while Miss Mary Elizabeth McKinney He saw Dr. W. greatly spent the week end in Danvillo with there and says that he is also Mississimpressed with the State of friends and attended the Carnival ippi. Dance Saturday evening. L. King, of the Erst Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Horton ore End, was E. Dr. E. at J. Brown's sanitaproud parents of a son, who arthe having 18th. He has been nam- rium several days,all right her tonsil." rived on the now and removed. She is ed John Benjamin Horton. Brown says Ewalt Givens, Mrs. Lucy Miller has returned home. Dr. if not more Bartlev and Leo Hayden motored to she possesses as much, any saw. nerve Paris Saturday and spent until Mon- and ifthan had woman he ever such a regiment of he day with relatives and friends. could put the Mr. J. R. Harris and daughter, women he believes he Miss Katherine Harris were guests Kaiser's army to flight. Eld. J. G. Livingston, whi'e at Sunday of his parents, Judge and ''irholapvilk' the-- oier day, m givMrs. E. W. Harris at Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers Harris and en a letter which was written by his mother, who was Miss Arabella Grif little daughter, sue, miss uoiuiu and Ernest Pepples motored fin, the day after her maniage to over from Greendale Sunday and his father, Capt. Jack Livingston. cf March 20 were the gues'ts of J. C. Pepples and The letter bears datu good state of 1832, and is yet in n family. preservation. Mr. Liingtcn is very of Casey, was proud Mr. T. J. Benedict, communication, which hero attending circuit court Monday. ho will of Iho things he treaskeep Mr. Benedict has many friends in ures most. with the , Lincoln county, where he lived a On Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. long time, who are always glad to Harry C. Baughman enterained in see him. nephews, The many friends of Mrs. U. n. honor of Mrs. Baughman'sCash, who Buehlcr are glad to sec her out after Messrs. Henley and John nn illness of several weeks in a hos- are member of the Class of 1917 oi pital in Cincinnati. She is spending a the Stanford High School. The beaufew days with Mrs. Edwin P. Morrow. tiful country homo was tastily decorated for the occasion, and a Somerset Journal. Walter Yates, who was badly hurt very pleasant evening was spent. last week while helping Woodard The refreshments which were servget some road machinery ed during the evening were delightBros., through Hanging Fork bridge on the ful nnd the guests, about forty in Danville pike, is able to be out, and number departed at a very late hour. A Charleston, Vn., paper had the his friends are glad to see him. John A. Ball went to Somerset following to say about Thomas ColeFriday and embalmed the body of man, who returned home Monday of Ashevillc, from University of Virginia: Thomas Mrs. H. J. McCain, North Carolina, for the undertaking Coleman, the only member of a firm of Lawhorn & Whitis. Mrs. Mc- Southern football team to cross the Cain was a patient of the negro doc- Yale lino in the entire history of the game has been the guest for the past tor of Somerset. A reasonably good picture of Miss few days of his former college mate, Nancy Elizabeth Yeager, who is to "Buck" Mayer, of Charleston. Young the fabe married on Juno 5th. to Mr. Ben Coleman was a member ofUniversiof Nicholasville, mous football eleven of the Edward Williams, ty of Virginia that trampled over appeared in Saturday's Miss Yeager is one of Stanford's Yale to the tuno 10 to 0 in tho fall most charming young women and the of 1915. Ho received this year tho gentleman who has won her heart degree of bachelor of science from ohI lnn.1 liaa mnnli rpusnn in ha the University, and is now on his way I to his home in Stanford, Ky. Droud. Lan-cistcr Now 'See? Jtut 3 Drop of 'fSotn-It- .' Tomorrow I'l I .Tint 1'rcl Tlint Corn Off und It's Gone t " Itlgut today that nets on tho now principle, not only of shriveling up the corn, but of loosmlng tho corn off so looso that you can lift it right o(T with your tinners. Put 2 ilrops of "aets-It- " on that corn or callus tonight. That's nil. Tho corn Is doomed suro as sunrise. No pain, or trouble, or soreness. You do away onco nnd for all with bandages, salves Try and Irresponsible what-not- s. get loso n corn. it "Gets-It- "surprised andeverywhere. 25c is sold a bottle, or sent on receipt of prlco by E. Lawrenco & Co., Chicago. in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn remedy by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The Penny Drug Store. toe-eatiIll-Sol- Mrs. L. B. Owens, of McKinney, has been quite sick. Mrs. Bcttie Jones, of Mt. Salem, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. W. B. . I Mes-sic- sum-Mr- s anon Junction, has been with relatives here. on the Frank Lawrence, out Preachcrsville pike, is improving his home by having a lot of carpenter work done. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Baugh left today for their home at Detroit, Mich. They had been visiting relatives and friends in this county. Mr. and Mrs. W T. Stephenson, of Lebanon Junction, are visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Stephenson, at Maywood. Mrs. E. C. Walton will go to Louisville tomorrow afternoon to be the guest for a few days of her sister, Let the I. J. supply you with enMrs. A. Mims, of Catlettsburg. graved cards. Miss Ethel Dodge, of Marysville, O., is the attractive guest of Miss Eva Rankin. The young Indies are spending a few days with Mr. Lind say Kankin. Miss Esther Burch returned Friday afternoon from Corbin, where she had spent the week in training the senior class of the Corbin High School for a play. AT YOUR DR'JGGiST. Miss Susan Ritchie, who has been with a big, millinery store at Pennington, Va., was hero with her friend, Mrs. Logan McCall, on her return to TIT I represent the largest and beet made-ther home at Rockport, Ind. order clothing house in this countrv Mrs. S. M. Owens, of McKinney, Ed T. Price and Co., Chicago. 111. My e the rank and is spending the day with Mrs. Lelia fierience in measuring gives directing advantage me Cook, who is back from Cedar over oneyour clothes, a practical the tailor. If you who is not Springs, S. C, looking as if the cli- will give me your order, I will promise you a will get the mate of the Palmetto State was con- square deal. Tou the cheapest worth of )onr grades or the money, either in ducive to her health. My higher prices. Mr. and Mrs. Marsha'i '. Stone SUMMER and pretty little daughter, Mildred, line of SPRINGU AND ready for your in of Pctr'iit, Mich , are the .rucsts of tpection. samples now now let me show you Call and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Stone -.. . DI TDI 17 V Practical Tailor v here and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. IVUlT I.I1. I J. H. Meier at Highland. 19(!-pouone-poun- Hill. Welch Rochester, assistant cashier of the Lincoln County National Bank, is detained at his home with deep cold. Mrs. James W. Mershon, of Leb- DEATH CAUSES GREAT SADNESS Office Phone No. G Wednesdny afternoon when the Carter's Livery and P'ced Stable message came that Robert Fox had M. met death in the Danville railrond yards the whole community in which he lived was saddened. No young man was more loved by all, both young nnd old than was Robert. With the old he was always patient and Cattle and Hog Vaccinated gentle, never was he in too much of a hurry or too busy for a word with Taylor. any child he met. Wc can only say Grade 4 Annclle Carson, Foster that to know Robert was to be his Reid Phillips, Eunice Pepples. friend. Long before the hour for the Wc get you cash on Accounts, Notes, Grndc 5 John Foster, Jr., James funeral services the Baptist church Claims, by collecting quickly anyStates. Paxton, Philip Ncvius, Vnda Wnllin, at Junction City was crowded with where in United charges. Collection : :::: Dorothy Tribble, Olga Cnmenisch, loving and sympathizing friends who guaranteed or no Susie Rankin, Sadie K. Kincaid, Mary had gathered to pay their last tribute MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY of love and respect to the noble boy L. Stone. Somerset, Ky. Grade (5 Sarah Hock, Lucile Bal- After the services by Dr. Ebcrhnrdt Tate, Guy Wnllin, Ma- the remains were burled in the Junclou, Frances bel Mnsters, Ruth Cooper, Frank tion City cemetery beneath a mass of He leaves a father and Camden, Mary G. Powell, Mary Dish-o- flowers. Martha mother besides several sisters and Eddie B. Baughman, brothers to mourn the taking away Rancy. of his young life. With the mother, 7 Lcla Cook Rancy, Mar-jori- e who is Grade bowed with grief, we sympaMattie Belle Kincaid, thize most. Ballou, A Friend. Gooch, Katherine Brnriv, Allene Iwtbellc Mary Katharine Hockcr, OLD BUILDINGS UNSIGHTLY Warren, Mary F Matheny, Frances There arc several old buildings on Fish, Mabel Will.ui.on. " Baughman la. Main street that are exceednigly unGrade 8 Henr POLIO'? J RIankenship. sightly ami it is hoped the owners Baughman, Bertha Lcathor Bowling, Sara Bright, Joan will soon tear them down and either Ballou, Lucile Ci rtcr, Emilv Cnmen remind or let the ground they cumisch, Annie Le- Eubarks, ?inrgio ber lie used for growing vegetables of scarcity and Lynn, Ola Rankin. Marie Powell, Al- dining this season berta Sloan, Lu lie Waters, Louise high cost. Stanford would look like a different town if just such a cleanWaters, Margaret Wood. given her. Let the ownFreihman Nellie Davis, Mary F. ing up werefire-trathink over the Corminey, Mary Hill Garman. Tabi-th- a ers of the Martin, Robert Nevius, Patterson mutter nnd act before the city council takes a hand in the mntter and deTanner, Wm. Wrlburn. Lyon, clares them nuisances. May Hel'o Sophomore Mary Brackett, Hester B. Anderson EARL BAUGHMAN WINS CUP Junior Mary Anderson, Mnr.v C. Earl Baughman, eldest son of Beck, Mary L. Bailey, Fiances Embry, Thelma Francis, Allie Russell Cashier II. C. Baughman, of the Fish, Rachel Hill, Nancy K. McKin- First National Bank, won the loving ney, Annie Rogers Powell, Clarence cup given by the Lincoln Chautauqua Singelton, Annette Wearcn, Gene to the young man making the most You should know this Hail Tcllow. Wood, Annie V. Craig. roints in the athletic contest at the He may be a friend in need. He Senior Nellie Wilson Hill, .Matsy Graded School grounds Friday after- has .saved ninny tobacco growers Grimes, Joe T. Embry, Elizaln'th noon. Mr. Baughman made 23 points from ruin. He is n against 21 made by Joe Ballou and Hunn. 15 by Harvey Embry. The contest proved a very interesting one. DENY YOURSELF 105 LOAVES It was calculated, roughly, by a Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured statistician in Chicago that to make by locul applications, ns they cannot reach the There Is up the deficiency in the wheat crop only diseased portion of the car deafness, one to every person in the United States nnd that way by a .ur- catarrhnl remedy Is constitutional would have to deny himself of 103 Catarrhal Deafness Is caused by an raucous condition of loaves of bread. The calculation was the Eustachian Tube. the Whin thislining of You can secure his protection in inspired by the campaign of the Do Inflanud jou hav a rumbling sound tube Is or horlng, old partment of Agriculture for decreas- clnsid, Dinfrxiss Is the when It is entlrily the Hartford Fire Insurance Comrisult. I'nless the pany for a few cents a day. Let ing the use of wheat Hour and uing Inflammation can bo nduoed nnd this tub more corn and hominy. The present restored to Its normal condition, hearing us introduce you. Many casts and prospective deficiency in wheat will bt destrocl forevercatarrh, uhlcli of deafntss nre cutisul by Is as compared with the average of five nn lntlamd condition of tho mucous surHall's Catarrh .Medicine acts years is 189,000,000 bushels. It re- faces.blood on the mucous surfaces of thru the the quires approximately four and one-ha- lf sjEtim THE INSURANCE MAN We will give One Ilunelfd Dollars for bushels to make a any case barrel of patent floui It is estimated be cured of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Cirthat each barrel will produce 290 culars free. T All Druggists.rr, Tnle!r O ewpygr r 75c. V d loaves. CASEY Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist J. CASH for ACCOUNTS n, injiwn iwu f A HAIL FELLOW WELL MET Hartford Hail Policy Jesse D. Wearen REMEDYFORElri To the Public: first to country and then to home. To cheer those who cannot serve as you serve; but whose hearts are with you--- - T OYALTY -- YOUR PHOTOGRAPH The Sacray Studio MILLINERY bought of the Warren Sisters, their stock of millinery, we will sell for cash, at a greatly reduced price, the the stock that they had on hand so as to give room for the styles. We have just received a nice shipment of the latest models, nnd invite you to come and see them. We will endeavor to please you in every way, as we will have the hat to every taste. Having mid-summ- HO e-- .x. .- Grin-stea- and Ferdinand Matheny. MISS RUSSELL ENTERTAINED On Friday afternoon at five o'clock, Miss Belle Russell was hostess to the members of the Class of 1917, of which she is a member. They assembled at The Princess at the appointed time and before the delicious ices and cakes were served, a contest of the States was enjoyed, Mr. Ferdinand Matheny, being the one to answer the most questions correctly was given the prize. Miss Russell was very ably assisted in entertaining by Miss Sallie Burdette. Those present were: Miss Ellen Ballou, Miss Elizabeth Higgins, Miss Nellie W. Hill, Miss Matsy Grimes, Miss Pattye Perkins, Miss Josephine Matheny, Miss Jean Paxton, Miss Sara Wood, Miss Anna Katherine Matheny, Miss Anna G. Wood, Miss Elizabeth Hunn, Miss Lettie Walker McKinney, Miss Marietta Goggin. Miss Belle Russell. Messrs. Joe T. Embry. John Cash. Henley Cash, Maurice Tucker 5 Per Cent FARM LOANS Over 3 Million Loaned Through This Office W. KING & SON INSURANCE BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE Lexington, Ky. Cheapside & Short PUBLIC SALE Mrs. J. H. Wright Mrs. Harry Hill Myers House Flats. Next to Severance & Son's Store. uj-ingt- The death toll in Western Kentucky from the tornado that swept through four counties in that section Sunday is expected to reach seventy-five. Between 200 and 300 persons wero injured. The property loss, it is believed will reach more than $1,000,000. Men Welcome chairs; 12 rocking eight chairs; five center tables; sewing machine; dining table; ten dining chairs; cupboard, wardrobe, oil stove, heating stove, range, kitchen table, kitchen cabinet, one automobile, one Jersey cow, platform scales, weighs as high as COO pounds, and many other things too numerous to mention. Terms made known on day of sale. bed-roo- Having sold my stock of merchandise, I will sell at public auction at my home, Rowland, on SATURDAY, JUNE 2nd beginning at 2 o'clock P. M., the following household and kitchen furnisuits; five iron ture: two bed-roobeds; one folding bed; one couch; m I Graham Springs Hotel Harrodsburg, Ky. Home of the famous Graham and Greenville Springs Waters Mother's Friend The husband is often worried over the condition of his wife during her period of expectancy. Husbands who Erocure "MOTHER'S FRIEND" will find that they havo aided to a very great degreo In relieving much of the discomfort during pregnancy, and pain at the crisis. Tho muscles expand easier and by aiding naturo in its prenatal work, the mother will experience much less pain. "MOTHER'S FRIEND" is safe and reliable. It is the prescription of a famous physician, and has been used for three generations. Applied externally night and morning by the J. B. Dinwiddle, Auctioneer G. T. ASHLOCK, Rowland, Ky. 13-2t PUBLIC SALE for the expectant mother a LIVERY OUTFIT. to dissolve Courier-Journa- l. the patnership business of Bowyer on SATURDAY, JUNE 2nd. beginning at 10 o'clock a. m. Several horses, good drivers and work horses: one nice closed carriage: one nice surrey; two drummers wagons;! one spring wukuii; suvuiui uukkh-stwo double sets wagon harness; one nice set carriage harness; one nice set surrey harness; eight or ten sets buggy harness; one I. II. C. truck; o two Ford machines; one good mother-to-b- e herself. wagon; two hay frames, and Get a bottle from your druggist today, and write for valuable guide several other things too numerous to book for expectant mothers. It is mention. TERMS: All sums over $25. six free. months' credit with six per cent, inBRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., terest bankable note. 114 Lamar Bid?., Atlanta, Ga. BOWYER, Stanford, MASTERS 41-Ky. Dy G. II. Masters. Masters & j two-hors3t Announces Its Seventh Annual Opening on Friday Evening June 1, 1917 Dinner 6 to 9 p. m. Dance 9 p. m. to 2 a. m. SPfeCIAL MUSIC . The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, May 29, 1917 BENEFITS BY HER FRIEND'S ADVICE LAND, STOCK AND CROP L. C. King sold to Jesse Lnwronco n milk, cow for $75. E. L. King sold to Paul Finch a hogs at 12c. buich of Chnrlie Heck sold to T. W. Jones n week or so ngo a bunch of hogs nt 13c. Elins Griffin, of the Prcachcrsville section, sold to Elijah Wilson a boar c. j Mr. G. D. McCollum was in BradAfter a week of almost summer making curtains, putting celluloid i fordsville last Saturday the Ruost of heat we got up shivering 23d instant Mr. and Mrs. Ben Woollcy, curtains, etc. 1'aper hanging a spec: and had to feed stove in sitting room Mrs. Mary Walls, mother of Mrs. all day. nltv. Repairing guns. locks, tvnc full extent of tho law: M. D. Klmnrn. TT. S. Trnvin,. T T writers, clocks, graphophones, scwin Claude Lay, died at Mr. Claude Lay's A radical improvement of mail here Tuesday of typhoid fever. service between Liberty and More-lan- d Nave, Louis Nave, S. J. Embrv, J. L. machines, etc. 10 Mrs. Kate been Instead of round Robbins, Tanlic Built Her Up Following at W. C. I'ettus, of Hubble, bought of ville, spent Grubbs, of Bradfords- trips hns hncks made. from those points Pruitt. J. C. Fox & Son, Geo. B. commencement week of dally Shops 20G West Main street. PhonJ Mrs. Steve Owsley a sow and five here among relatives and friends. an auto makes fore and afternoon pigs for $50. 239. Stanford. Kentucky. Mr. I'cte Strom and wife and baby round trips to Liberty an esnccinl An Operation. C. It. T. Bruce sold a bunch of 40 have returned to Lexington, after convenience and delight to the throng porkers to T. W. Jones at 14 and 15 dwelling here since January. His Ri- of drummers who cover this territory cents a pound. ley King property has been closed up. Mr. Jesse Riffe had all his children Co. George W. Logan Mrs. Stucky, the wool with him FEELING MUCH BETTER NOW from 55 sheep to It. sold Hubble at Ollie Murphy, of of Louisville, Mrs. nnnivcrsaryThursday, 24th inst, 80th L. Rowland and Mrs. of his birth. The most de GO cents n pound. George DcBorde, of Stanford, were lightful anticipation of the anniverPaul Finch, of Drake's Creek the guests of Mrs. Chloe Murphy last sary gathering was the promised presence of his youngest sister and "Some time i' go l liMil nn opiTiitioii Stock Farm in the East End, sold to week, M. Cress 77 hogs averaging 180 Mr. Everett Ernest Owens, the 15- - only other survivor of a large family for uiiumlMtlH mid was In a very se- J. pounds at 14c. ycar-ol- d son of Mr. Everett Owncs, of devoted brothers and sisters, Mrs. rious siiiil .Miss lonn Ititliili. It. L. Hcrry. of Hustonville. sold won the Freshman Latin prifce at Carpenter, who moved to Texas nearSL' Klovcutli stri't't, Owciishoro. "For 75 to W. M. Myers, Junction City High School this year. ly a half a century ago. She and a lambs that rutiMin I was slow aliout Kottlnu of the same plncc at 15 cents a It was a Smith's Latin grammar. son, Dr. Carpenter had planned to I couldn't stand pound. They will be delivered this ovit tlio operation. Miss Blaine, Mrs. W. M. Baucom come, but almost at time set to start to wall; lint a short distance, even week. Home Phone 88 and Miss Nannie Noble took the May were compelled to defer their visit. Offlet Phone 167 Josh Jones has refuse! 15 three months after the operation. tenchers' examination nt Dnnville His friends, who are all who know K.y STANFORD. KY. Miss Harmon, Miss Nancy him, tender Jess Riffe profoundest, ".My household duties seemed u liur-de- n for his crop of hemp, some 200.C00 with to 250,000 pounds. He is having the Green and Mr. Westerficld last Fri- sinccrest I congratulations, coupled after was aide lo p about them 1 with regrets that the West End will uuri my shouldets often ached after I hemp tiled and may keep it over un- day and Saturday. til "o:;t fall. Prof. E. L. Grubbs and Mrs. J. D. not be blessed with his benignancy did a little worl:. also had a caMorgan Rnughmnn, Smith Jr., morning for left tarrhal condition in my head which bought of Frank Peters, of Spring- Alstott GreenFriday about 40 straw- another eighty years. F-E-E-- D-S Bowling Whilst it was known that Mrs. with t bothcied me a mx-adeal. field a grey gelding that berry pickers for the big strawberry Winter Wright had been feeble for "A very hind friend recommended promises to be a bread wini.ci at the farm of E. E. Veatch. They will be many weeks her death of apoplexy 'limine to me and after taking three fairs this year. gone until about June 15 and may last Friday night was a grent shock. We are Headquarters for PURINA FEEDS bottles I felt much better. J. S. Turpin sold to C. A. Moore take in Mammoth Cave on the way Her sister, Mrs. Roberts, of Indiana, I could hardly realize bow fast I gained in two Jersey calves for $35. Mr. Tur- back. and her daughter, Mrs. Jones.of Illi- PURINA DAIRY FEEDS More Milk. The Senior Class of the High iioib, were wun ner several wccks. BtreiiKth. "My bend feels clearer and pin also sold to Harry Jacobs a Jer PURINA MOLASSES HORSE FEED More Vim. the aches have left my shoulders. sey milk cow for $05 and to George School gave its annual clas3 day exer Her sister, Mrs. Englemnn, of IndiPURINA FATENA MOLASSES CATTLE FEED More Fat. Carter a cow for $55. cises at the Crystal Theatre Tuesday, ana and her dauhgter, Mrs. Raleigh, Tuiilae is certainly a Hue Ionic." PURINA PIG CHOW Greatest Hog Grower. Emmett McCormack, of HustonTanlae Is purely a cxctahle tonic, ville, has engaged from Robert Dam-ro- May 15. Miss Emily Murphy was of Glasgow, were here at the burial. salutatorian, Miss Bessie Hoguc, his- Mr. Wright, the oldest citizen of his These Feeds are giving; the best results possible. Place your ormade of roots, barks and herbs, and on the Hustonville pike, fiO Is der today. Sold only by designed to build up run lambs to be delivered after the 15th torian. Miss Mayme Wilkinson, pro- neighborhood, and every frail, four phet, Mr. Tom Blaeketer, poet, Frank daughters and one son survive the acdown people. It produces a good up. of June at 15 cents a pound. McGrnw read the class will and Miss complished Christian woman, whose petllc and promotes healthy, icfresh-IMatt Martin sold to J. S. Turpia Ada Steele was giftorian. All did their devotion to family and friends was If you are In need of a a milk cow and calf for $70. Mr. Tur- parts real w'ell. J divine. The poor who shared her unpin also bought a cow and calf of R. tonic et Tiinlae today. Stock Pen Phone No. 1 Prof. A. W. Fortune, of Transyl- varying benefactions will lament an Residence Phone No. 176 M. Ware for $00 and of a Mr. LaFol- - vania, Lexington, delivered loss. Mr. and Mrs. one of irreparable lette, on Darst street, a Jersey cow the most useful and upliftii.g Com Wright were born in London, EngWORK PROGRESSING NICELY and calf for $70. mencement addresses ever given here, land. They came to Kentucky in Work on the court-hous- e is nro- Brown dealers of grossing nicely and soon Contractor Garrard, & Lawson,ofstock G. Gooch, on Thursday night to the class of childhood and have lived greater part bought their long lives in Lincoln county. J. R. Powell will have it looking as James Gooch and J. W. Newland a 1917. Mrs. James D. Shelby presided of We got O. but small share of Mondaj over the music and Mrs. H. B. Sisk spick and span as it was the day it hogs at load of accompanied her on piano for her so- and Tuesday's showers. A good soakwas turned over to the county by Mr. car G. Goochheavy engaged 14 W. also to them lo. The High School girls sang two er is needed. Observing old ones nevKrueger, who built it. The county hogs go in July at 14c. clerk's office was not damaged by the 32 Eld. J.toG. Livingston, who attend- songs which showed care in rehears- er knew streams so low at so early FOR BOYS FROM 3 TO 8 YEARS OF AGE (late, farmers who planted corn in ing. fire, but it was deemed best to rrive ed the dedicatory services of ProviOn Friday night "The Fruits of April hopeful of ordinarily propitious it a little paint and a general clean- dence church, between Nicholasviile His Folly," was given by the High conditions lost seed and labor and ing up, and this having been comLexington, Sunday, says he pleted, County Clerk Cooper now has and see a decent field of wheat did School, assisted by Prof. Grubbs and are just finishing up the second job. not or Miss Gertrude Tucker. The acting of Many prudently redisked fields and one of the prettiest offices in the grass on the trip. lie went over v:a Misses Mayme Wilkinson, Emily were as thorough as in first preparaState. Lancaster and came back by Dan Murphy, Ada bteele, Gertrude Rich- tions for planting, whilst some furardson and Margaret Lee Grubbs was rowed out and planted and immedi-- J Tiie Senate Finance Committee de- ville. Tobacco valued at more than good for their parts. Tom Blaeketer ately began combating weeds with cided to exempt from taxation many $200,000 was destroyed Sunday made himself famous by his acting cultivators. A few sagacious grangers articles levied upon by the House, when the Farmers' Tobacco Wareto substitute stamp taxes for the house, of Louisville, covering a quar- "Hiram Boggs." S. W. Burke, who declined to anticipate and waited for had a heavy part did it well and La- lavormg conditions before planting gross sales plan of manufacturers' block on the House and consider new taxes ter of aTenth and the northwest cor- rue Burke and Horace Alstott did and are congratulated by disappointner of Main streets, was well for amateurs. The receipts were ed optimists who are convinced that upon the second-clas- s mail matter. The latter would be based on adver- leveled by fire. The entire loss is es- $44.50 which went to pay commence precedents are now and then delusive timated at $250,000. ment expenses and leave the Juniors and disastrous. The acreage of corn tising space in publications. One hundred and seventy-fiv- e head some money for use in science, after is greatest of record. Oats arc luxudictionary riant and wheat has tillered astonishThe industrial crisis in Russia is of cattle, reared and fed in this coun- purchasing an Car-Loa- d try, ingly. Some have tobacco plants reported to be so acute that accord- Fox, were sold this week to Monte or encyclopaedia. of Danville. They averaged The remains of Dr. W. B. Hunn, ready for first seasonable rain. ing to recent utterances of the Minpounds and an ister of Finance, only a miracle can average of $1G8 sold at 12 cents,cat- who was accidentally shot last Satur- Acreage of that crop will be fully per head. The day morning, were laid to rest in the average. save the country from economical from Ralph We read that Mr. Sunday got conruin, so great are the demands of the tle were bought T. Layson andand Hustonville cemetery on Monday Chas. Gutherie, W. A. workmen. The Socialists urge an L. Hall. Four car loads of these cat- morning. Dr. M. M. Allen, of K. C. W. sent of the congregation to call off VanDike, of Hustonville, a sermon to accompany General early peace as the only remedy. tle were shipped and the remainder and Rev. "Doctor Bill," as all called Joffre to West Point Academy, and officiated. It is the Shipping Hoard's inten- will be shipped the last of next him, was a big hearted and accom- preached his hope that Teddv, the modating doctor and no one was ever Terrible, be put into the French tion to build 150 or 200 wooden month. Shelby Record. cargo ships and the balance of steel. CINCINNATI STOCK MARKETS refused his services because he was trenches, whether it would delight too poor to pay for his services. He the great evangelist to accompapny Hogs Receipts 8,200 ;lower; pack the slaughterer of biggest animals in the RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT ers and butchers $15.70 (ft) 19.50; was much poor man's friend and will the exalted capacity of his boot black. missed by everyone. He be The Woman's Missionary Society common to choice $9.00 14.75; pigs And it is published that the German of the Stanford Methodist church, and lights S9.00M.75; stags $8.00 leaves four brothers; Dr. John Hunn, philanthropists benevolently propose George Hunn and Edward Hunn, of has been called upon to give up one (a)12.50. Cattle Receipts 1,900; and R. W. Hunn, of Lou- as soon as Phoenix like they shall of its oldest and best loved members, strong: steers $7.50(t) 12.00; heifers Arkansas widow and a son also sur- have come into their own by winning isville. A when on May 9th, 1917, Mr:,. II. C. $7.5011.75; cows $7.00(5)9.75; vive him. He was valedictorian of dominion ot the earth and minor Rupley was called from her earthly calves steady; $7.00 13.50. Sheep class of 1891 of Centre College and planets to compile a new Bible, inhome to the Heavenly one, "prepar- Receipts 500; steady; $(i.00(o) 12.00; gold watch in stinct with the German spirit of Kul-tu- r won the Sophomore ed for all those who love and trust lambs steady; $14.0018.00. and morality, primarily for the Latin in June 1889. Him." benefit of the immeasurably greatest Whereas, it has pleased our HeavHUSTONVILLE COUNTIES nation ot earth intellectually and enly Father, to call our beloved Vernon Childress, son of Dr. W. IN NEIGHBORING the uplift of Lieut. D. C. Grubbs, of Junction morally; incidentally for of earth. We member, Mrs. II. C. Rupley. There- J. Childress, left for Hamilton, O., Gen. the remaining neglibles fore be it resolved : Sunday to be gone for the summer. City, will likely accompany are anxious for something illuminatFirst That we deeply feel our Oliver Parsons, Ragnon Gann and Pershing on his expedition to France. ing about the morals of God's favorJMrs. Mary JNoe, an aged lady of loss in her going away. The noble Horace and Jesse Rifle have gone to ites in their Sprinfield and distant relative of ties which dim vandalisms and atrociexample she gave us by her interest New Castle, Intl., to work. the Hugh M. Noe, of this city, is dead, original savagery. barbarities of abin God's work, when on account of Alfred Tucker left for Bowling bodily suffering not being able to at Green to spend his vacation with his aged 80. Dr. H. L. Casey left this morning tend the meetings, will ever abide uncle, JMr. Horace Hohon. HUSTONVILLE W. C. T. U. with us. Truly "our loss is her gain." Sam W. Burke and many others for Jeffersonville to report for duty The W. C. T. U. of Hustonville, Second That we extend our from Junction City, accompanied the as quartermaster in the United States on Thursday afternoon, 17th, observheartfelt sympathy to her husband remains of Dr. Hunn here for burial army. Danville Advocate. ed Mother's Day with a very good Miss Addie Russell, eleven-year-ol- d and children in this sad and lonely Monday. hour. Dr. Chase, of Lexington, attended daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen program with Mrs. Jennie CarpenThird That these resolutions be the burial of Dr. Hunn. Mrs. J. O. Russell, of Junction City, died at the ter leader. Devotional by Mrs. J. K. enrolled in the minutes of the society, Carpenter, of Junction City, was al- home of her parents Friday after a Baughman. A very interesting article by Mrs. W. J. Childress on orlong illness. a copy sent to the family, also copies so in attendance. sent to the Interior Journal and the John Duncan, son of Jep Duncan, ganized motherhood, showing how T. L. Carpenter and wife arrived Central Methodist for publication. from New Castle, Ind., after several is dead in Wayne county from the very important it is for mothers to with every thing that is MRS. .1. W. BRYANT, weeks' sojourn in Hoosierdom. Their effects of injuries received while unIn accordance with the proclamation issued by President Wilson, for the education and uplifting of loading logs. MRS. J. R. SARTAIN. friends are glad to have them back. reading bv all male citizens, between the ages of 21 and 30, both inclusive, are S. Harris, a State guard whose the child. A benutiful W. MRS. J. It. HARRIS, Committee Reuben II. Givens. of Mobile, Ala., Whitley Mrs. Lorn JefTers "How a Child Shall notified to report at their regular voting precincts on came up to the burial of his father, home was at Woodbine, NOTICE George Miller Givens. He had to re- county, died from the effects of be- Lead Them." Closing with a paper on "Patriotism" by Mrs. Jennie Carturn Monday, on account of a press ing struck by a train at Covington penter, which made the mothers feel TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: , while on duty. of business. G. C. Kennedy, formerly of Crab like this truly is mothers' year in Two autos came very near collid In view of present emergency con- ing nt the corner of Main street and Orchard, but now located at Beau- giving up their sons to enter war. fronting the country, it is of the Danville avenue the other day. This mont, Texas, has joined the regi- What a noble sacrifice they are willbetween the hours of 7 a. m. and 9 p. m., for the purpose of regisgreatest importance that all those is about the 'steenth time that such ment of railroad men who will be ing to make. tering for selective conscription. Failure to conform to the above In April we had a very interesting who have dynamite or explosives of an accident has been barely averted sent to France. order, will be punishable by imprisonment. Mrs. Josephine Salter Chesnut, meeting at the home of Mrs. Myers any ki".d for sale, make a record of there. such sales, as to amount sold, pur-pos- e Joe 15. Williams, of Rockwood. wife of George W. Chesnut. of Dan on "Moral Educntion." Mrs. Gover. of and the person to whom sold, Tenn., came up for the burial of ville, is dead. Besides her husband superintendent of that department exthere and read paper and date. George Miller Givens. Mr. John and daughter, she is survived by work wasthe work. Several agood readplaining Attention is called to Section 1374, Averitt and wife, of Bradfordsville, three sisters and a brother. Floating Canoe Tribe of Red Men, ings, good attendance and a good Kentucky Statutes, which reads as were among the many who came from of Richmond, voted to buy a Liberty meeting was had, after which the follows : Marion county to the burial. bond. The tribe authorized its treas- hostess in her attractive way served "Dynamite Selling or giving A Member. urer to invest $1,000 or its wam- refreshments. I LIFT A CORN YES without keeping register. That it OFF WITHOUT PAIN! pum for this patriotic purpose. shal! be unlawful for any per SAUFLEY A company headed by Charles son to sell, loan or give any dynaMr. Pitts Sampson has Cincinnati Authority Telli How To Oatts, of Danville, and P. M. Ber-wal- home from Columbus, Ohio. returned mite, or caps therefor, within of Pennsylvania, will shortly Dry Up A Corn Or Callus So It this Commonwealth, without Mr. J. M. Ware has been op the begin drilling for oil on the farm of keeping n register of the amount Lift. Off With Fingers William Kenney, on the Rolling Fork. sick list but is able to be out again S. It. sold, to whom sold, the date of Mr. Bowen Adams spent a few You men and women sale, and for what purpose to be days with his sister Mrs. Jesse Yeak- TWO SALES SATURDAY need suffer no longer. Wuar the shoes ARTICLES Energy 10 cents will buy used. Any person violating any At 10:30 Saturday morning Mas- ey.Mr. George Martin has been visitthat nearly killed you before, says of the provisions of this section Beef, sirloin this Cincinnati authority, because a ters & Bowyer will sell a lot of ing friends 410 shall be fined in a sum not less and relatives at Somerfew drops of freezono applied direct- horses, buggies, harness, etc., at their set this week. Mutton, leg , 445 BH than twenty-fiv- e dollars nor ly on a tender aching corn or callus. stable at the foot of Denot street Milk 1030 wmm more than one hundred dollars Mr. stops soreness nt once and soon the and at 2 P. M. George T. Ashlock joicing and Mrs. M. C. Floyd are rePork, loin 1035 for each offense." over the arrival of a baby 1 185 Cheese It is requested that copies of these corn or hardened callus loosens so it will dispose of a lot of household and girl at their home. cun be lifted out, root and all, with- kitchen furniture at his place at 1365 Butter records be furnished the County At- out pain. Mrs. Susie Adams and sister, Mrs. Rowland. Capt. John B. Dinwiddle, Aldridge were 1489 Breakfast Foods torney of your county, and copy will the guests of Mrs. M. silver-tongue- d A small Rico 2025 bottle of freezone cost the auctioneer, will C. Floyd Friday afternoon. be sent by him to this office. verv litlo at any drug store, hut will will mako both sulcs. 2950 Potatoes By order of the Governor: Miss Elizabeth Lovell was the positively take off every hard or Beans, dried 3040 guest of Misses Sarah and Jennie J. Tandy Ellis. JILTED The Adjutant General." soft corn or callus. This should bo A lady's Sampson Thursday afternoon. hand n man doth ccccc, tried, as it is inexpensive and is said The people of this community are All citizens are requested to report not to irritate the surrounding skip. His fiery heart doth blaaaaa; (U. S. Department of Agriculture Farmers Bulletin No. 142) their any violations, and all dealers in your druggist hasn't any free-zon- e He crouched near her on his neeeeee very busy about over crops and are If greatly pieaseu tne good rain. Lincoln county are asked to furnish And poured forth her praaaaaa. tell him to get a small bottlo Rev. Bowling filled his regular apme with a copy of the record on the for you from his wholesale druR first day of each mot.th so that I may house. It is lino stuff and acts lilro a' Ho wooes her with a seeming eeeeee. pointment at Logan's Creek church Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday 13-forward a copy to the Adjutant Gen- charm every time. And looks into her iliiiii. night. eral. Says she: "Go 'way, you little ttttt, Respectfully. You can't fool me; I'm yyyyy." John L. Brewer, aged G5 and for The wind of the nast few davn hns W. S. IiURCH, Co. Attorney. years n Christian preacher, is dead J played havoc with telephone lines! , Lincoln County. of heart trouble near Gravel Switch. Buy a Liberty Bond. and poles in Lincoln county. mencement. JUNCTION CITY KIDD'S STORE Mr. Ben Johnson, of Kettle Island, Roads have finally dried but ruts, Bell county, was here during com- gullies, wash-out- s, chug-hole- s cave-in- s, endure and profanity prevails. We, whoso 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 tho POSTED! PAINTING Houses, Carriages, Auto painting: an trimming such as recovering topi J. J. BELDEN J. McCLARY OsSjktfWA. J. L. Beazley & Undertaker l-- Embalmer Undertaker Emlmei Phone 42, Stanford. 1 ld - n, eiiK-clnll- n sn-e- T. W. JONES Boys' Wash Suits $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Kentucky 1,-4- Of WIRE FENCE Just Received KOKOMO, That Good Fence I E. T. Pence, Jr., Stanford NOTICE! Tuesday, June 5, 1917 J. G. Weatherford, Sheriff d, Wheat Flour CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD! Government T ests Prove U. corn-pester- Wheat Flour 6540 ENERGY Muscle and Strength Giving Qualities 1 J. H. Baughman & Co.