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Tuesdays and Fridays m. WITH THE CHURCHES HARDIN HILL IN IT BAD BOBBITT TAKEN TO ASYLUM DOINGS THE COUNTRY Presbyterian Hon. Fontaine Fox Bobbitt, known Church Mid ,wcek Hardin Hill, who, claimed he was Albert Ball, one of Great Britian's services Wednesday evening at f 7:30 shot in the hand by hold-umen last all over the State as the "Cicero of most noted nviators, was killed in aco'clock week, told a far different story when the Mountains," wns tried on a sani- tion some time ago. Rev. R. R. Noel has returned from Judge R. L. Davisonand Marshal B. ty writ before Judge James P. Bai- John Boggs, nn old Confederate a protracted visit to his daughters D. Carter nut him throueh a sweat lev Saturday and declared of un soldier, killed himself in bcxington Friday afternoon. He told of a half sound mind. He was taken to the at Danville. shooting. Ill health is assigned. by Transylvania College has purchas- dozen stories about the wound he LcxinRton asylum thnt afternoon by James Ford, aged 73, and Thomas ed the Mulligan property, containing carries and wns caught in a story Frank Brooks nnd Levi Bell, of Crab Ford, 70, brothers, died the same eleven acres, at the head of North each time, so he finally ndmittcd Orchard. For some time Mr. Bobbitt night at their homes near Tompkins-villBroadway for an athletic field. . that he was shot while trying to en- had shown siRns of mental decay, The Baptist Mission Board, of ter Frank Snoonamore's mill for the but of late it had been very apparDr. Thomas P. Sattcrwhite, faLouisville, will establish and, build purpose of helping himself to a lot ent. He made his home with Mr. nnd mous surgeon, one time president of ten new churches in the Eastern Ken- of flour and meal. Hill, who is a col- Mrs. John Payne, of Crab Orchard, OLP GiL.Y FLATS THURSDAY American Medical Association the .... vni uiury nonis over this col-rtucky mountains this year, the work ored brother, was under the impres- and they have had considerable trou"' is dead in Louisville. 'I jt float from a s.0 to be started at once. sion that Fred Garnctt shot him, but ble in keeping him there. Only a few patriotic demonstration at After a e walking fePilL ln he Eld. Joseph Ballou will celebrate that's where he was mistaken. The days ago he started out square Owenton 87 youths promised to go Friday. o'clock this afternoon afternoon. The big flag At nt the his 50th anniversary as a preacher shot came from n gun that Mr. t6 Mt. Vernon, saying he was going to Frankfort and be examined for home 1 fought by the fiscal court some weeks on Lancaster street, Miss Nan- by giving his legion of friends, an- Snoonamore had arranged to fire there to court, where he hnd imporenlistment in the army. to hear hinf at ho notab' YeaRer, one an attempt was tant business. He was found far out to Americans in Germany are not be- cy Elizabeth charminR young of Stan- other opportunity Sunday morning.the whenwindow. He knew made his raise on the road, nearly exhausted from occasion A the ford's most mill women, Christian church that ThiKv aftemioon raisincr on next ing molested, according to A.E. w secretary of the American As- was married to Ben Edward Wil- large' crowd will hear the splendid was being entered during his nbsence the walk. Mr. Bobbitt, who is nearly Promptly nt 1:30 the so he set about to ascertain the guil- 80 years old, has been n "horse" in liams, a prominent business mar. of old gentleman. First Regiment sociation of Trade and Commerce. The members of the Christian ty party and he succeeded. He did a his day. Without money, without ed- IvnthA ?B m,0mber3,stronS' admB-vi- i Nicholasville. The wedding was a The American Commission headed ouiet, 1,a"d in the ihoJ'.fat but elegant affair, of which church extended a unanimous call good job of it and nobody knows it ucation and without a political parby Elihu Root, which is going to up a patriotic air, State, Brazel-toto Rev. office of county ty, he Interior Hill, , ".which for conferences with the new the Friday. Journal will toll in de- Sunday Mayfield, Howard J. its pas- nny better than some who seems des- attorneyhas held the nnd represented Will bn thn oJn.ol e of to become tined to spend time nt Frankof Lincoln AU "'? oewnmnjc vA;i."r attendant to Russian Government, has landed on tail tor. It is understood that he will .ac- fort. The negro says that the con- the county in the Legislature for a of W.C. White, son of Mr. and Mrs. the un"Russian soil. cept, and breezes of Old is hoped that he can- be tents of the gun came near blowing term. He practiced law here and in furling W. Rural John Barrett, director general of No. P. White, out on Corbin Route here next it jn un her magniheensc. It will Sunday to hear Eld: Jos- his head off. The shot was so close the suri'ounding towns and won 4, was married at Monnn Union, says that the to Ruby Parrish. daughter eph Ballou preach on the 50th' .anni- to his head, he says, that his scalp some suits that surprised even tho interesting occasioni and people for . ...:u ue ,nere within a year he expects to sec all dayMr. Miss Mrs. Peyton Parrish. milns nfrtii... and " of versary of his entrance into the min- was blistered. He admits that he was big guns. On one occasion he purfor it. the" Americans fighting together of Crnb Orchard. The groom is a splen- istry. Rev. Brazelton has spent the scared to death and that the wound posely got the contempt of the court hnS ,iLT?JlC be0,n sc.cure,, wh will against Germany. past year nt Mayfield. in the place or scare caused him to get so thirsty in order thnt he might get to a client, and ed fv The body of Col. V. F. Cody was did young farmer with a host of of the pastor and nothing will be left the crowd when he friends, who whom placed in a vault blasted from solid on winning sonre congratulating him who has been of the Christian church, thathe could found a bucket of wa- quit. he later caused to come ac- make the afternoon one undone to taking ter not aucnch his fair a bride. Mr. Bobbitt had the most rerock on the top of Lookout Moun- one of Crab Orchard's mostShe was in theologicnl work. a special course drinking from the dipper, thirst lv He is a Strong charm t,W: A- Colston" but just markable of memories and could headmnftEdnear Denver. More than 10,000 ing young women. tain, preacher and has already done groat jammed his head into the bucket and quote from various authors and from Regiment, who is The Interior persons attended. io & Myers Tobacco Journal joins their legion of other good in the Master's vineyard. He drank and drank. Hill admitted that the scriptures by the hour. On one trenches leave with his men for the The LiRRett in France, will school-mat- e of in the Company has subscribed for $1,000.-00- 0 triends that wishing them all way. good was aW. H. Shanks, ntour townsman, he had been robbing the mill since occasion ho became so engrossed in the speakers. Col. Colston be one f Hon. Transylvania, Morris Fred used to run it some 10 the reading of the Bible at the depot can come their probably' "Liberty Bonds, which its things of and that gentleman thinks the church or 12 years ago. The amount of flour here that he missed his train and knows more. about military tactics mploves will have an opportunity than nny citizen of the State. He is has been exceedingly fortunate Jn se- and meal stolen will of course, never knew nothing of it for an hour or so IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES to purchase on easy payments. sol"er. He is also an ornate A civil service examination for a curing him as its pastor. Rev. Brazel- oe Known but at present price it later when the writer found him in " 'n, Edward Orr, a private of Co. 1. speaker and his effort is ton has sell for a small First Regiment Kentucky National postmaster at Valley View, Madison wife and a family consisting of his would certainlyclaimed, although for- the depot reading away by his lone- forward to Hon. Edwin being looked son. P. Morrow tune. It is he some. His ending is a sad one and Guard, was killed by a Southern county, will be held June 23. The service at "the Presbyterian would not admit it, that he sold the there are many who will be sadden- known and loved by everybody in Mi. Hatchell, of the DixViilo secRailway train near HempridRe. ShelSunday morning was' one breadstuffs to various colored peo- ed by tho news that he is now being the State and one of the very 'best by county. He was a son of. William tion North of Perryvi'le. wia killed church onthan ordinary sneakers in the Soiith, will be here interest... Mr. ple, fearing that his father would confined in an institution for the by lightning. His son, who was near of more Butler. Orr at trom Somerset and his message will Joseph Hopper, the youngest roem-b- tell on him if he took any home. The have been awarded to him, was painfully burned. Contracts be hstened to with deep interest Jesse Jesson, of Corbin, has been per, of the family of Mrs. G. D. Hop- arrest of Hill will have a salutary effirm for the construcan American Judge Charles A. Hardin, a born preached for the first time in fect on the scamps who pillage and SOME OIL FOUND aviation field granted a patent on an automatic tion of a army Waynes-burThompson, Monroe device, and WI R. his home church. The churchJwas if a few more get what he received it of American in France, where final preparation speaker, will "Resting and pleasing who probably has taken more best. Quite bo here and give us hi) Tavlor, of Monticello, one on a nut well filled and a good number of peo- might not be necessary to lock every fliers will receive a crowd will ple representing other communions dnor as soon as one's bark is turned. oil leases than any man in the coun- him from Harrodsburg. nccomnany before takinR their place at the lock. Gov. StanThe Kentucky Court of Appeals being present. Mr. Hopper's sermon Hill is a son of Jordan Hill, a splen- ty, tells the I. J. that some oil has ley has been . front. requested to come and appropriate one for the did darkcv, who should not be made been found in the Wayncsburg secProbably the finest specimen of affirmed the opinion of the Mercer was a very was it is probable to bear so, manhood ever accepted at the Ken- Circuit Court, which dismissed a occasion. It the an earnest choosing grace. the odium of his son's dis- tion, but not in paying quantities. while friends of that he will W.doYcr-keHon. John Harlan Hardin Hill could not- give He has faith in the field, however, tucky recruiting stations isCunning-"ha- suit seeking to have the property of a life talk on and subject of of Danville, are anxious to hear work, was thereforeles-peciall- y bond, so was held over to tho grand nnd believes that a "gusher" will yet the Shakers at Pleasant Hill escheatG. Baebev, a blacksmith.of helpful to young people. The iurv. which will likely not convene be found. "The best oil sand I have iV . t"".'u voice on tne big occasion. He is G feet 4 inches in height, ed to the county schools. going to Andy Stringer was shot through verse of Scripture chosen was fpm before November. His right hand is ovor seen has been encountered, and It is s history. be a great dav in Stanpounds and was 31 years weighs 230 ford It will the lungs near Vince Gossett's home the Book of Proverbs, third chapter in bad condition and it may be nec- I believe in time we will strike oil day here, for many be a half holiHopper made a essary to take off more than two and sixth verse. that will mnke our end ofthe county and business houses of the merchants In consequence of Russian Royal- in Pulaski by Brutus Loveless. The strong appeal, toMr. will close a porthe young people the the oil field of the State," said he. tion ists riots in Tiflis, in of Southern trouble came .up while the two were present to seek divine, guidance 4ith returning from a Prilling for oil on the Wheeldon place headsofasthe day in order that the at, Government well as the clerks may all regard to a career emphasizing he WINS HIGH HONORS has been going on for some time, hear Russia, the Grand Duke Nicholas, Somerset. Stringer will recover. oi me Koss and Frank Baker, brothers, truth that the Master Whom 'the Heath Severance, son of Mr. nnd but nothing verv good has been made the sniendidto speeches to be fbrmerlv Commander-in-uniand listen the Russian armies, is reported to have were shot and 'killed at their home Christian serves has a right to direct Mrs. Albert Severance, of this city, found. The derrick has been moved strains from Kentucky's entrancing greatest iouower as 10 wnai ne snaiiuo not only did excellent work in his 1.000 feet south of where the drill- band. You at Fernlake mines, near Middlesboro. iiiswell "been arrested. should bv all means be as to what he shall be. A' studies at Millersburg Military ing beean. with the hope of finding Advices received in Copenhagen Ed Roe was wounded and an attempt as prominent place in the discourse tvas will be free and all the scholastic vini- - inst the fluid in paying quantities. from Germany tell of growing dis- was made to kill a sister of the Ba- eiven to pressing the claims ofthe will be worth hearing. Join the among the people at kers, who, however, escaped. The v, but won satisfaction ended. the crowd and come to Stanford Thursresults of the slayer escaped and is believed to be Gospel ministry and urging jhe his military colleagueshonors over HANDSOME BOOK COMPLETED large with as well. He young men to give this.. work campaign ana in hiding in the Tennessee This office has just completed a day afternoon next. June 7th, and be ruthless submarine chance in considering what their Mt won the Manual of Arms medal over handsome book for Mr. Jesse Tray-lo- sure you are here in time for the the absence of any indications that ,lviU bKin work should be. The sermon vcJAjd the' 05 hovs'of his school for having at nearer. superintendent of engineers --of l:JO. it has brought peace uunuu of military ovfnn,l .,.. a.altronptaRP.?Lto' divisions of the uuh. SELLS GARAGE INTEREST . .with ffone sir to Tnake a decision for JfflbeatrkiiAvIdKo. the onlv oner of sixcompiled by Mr L. & N. The work cordial btailford IlPOnln will be disap- Iii fact he was Authorization ior a invitation and rfot' Z M- lTraylor and J. A. -' bond issueifjJbaUlir-wuuucjrniicoicvic, ui xiusiuiiviue, wus Christ and to acknowledge Him there the boVs to nass a perfect examina is the examina- ku.wi.vu 1L juu uo not accept it. into the WSIr Tax Bill Decause me here Monday en route to Richmond and then. Mr. Hopper was licensed tion. Cadet Severance was also made MeFerrnn an(l 's 31,500,000,000 which the measure is court, accompanied by Messrs. J. J. to preach by the Presbytery of Militant for next year, which is a tion of firemen who aspire to be engineers. Hundreds of questions are MRS. GEISSEL FRIDAY NIGHT high compliment most worthily designed to bring in will fail by Allen and B. W. Leigh, of his town. Transylvania Mrs. Carolyn Geissel. the a billion to provide the money He told the I. J. that he had made an- April. He is at its spring meeting in got on the nsked and answered in the book of a female lecturer on the platform best nearlv And besides, he graduate of Centre of in addition to bond issues other sale, this time disposing of his College and aof the Presbyterian roll of honor in his studies. His par- little less than a hundred pages and today, will speak needed at the Christian already authorized to finance the interest in the garage to Messrs. Theological Seminary of Kentucky.' ents and friends here are naturally to the uninitiated it is about the hurch Friday . She comes to Burton & Gann, and that he would verv proud of the record he has most uninteresting rending imaginfirst year of the war. Gen. M. M. Logan was elected go to Harrodsburg and take the posi- He bears the name of his revered made and expect of him great things able. Mr. Traylor is greatly nleased w niortl "ndar the auspices of the and beloved "Uncle Joe" .TJ. nnd brings a message with the work and says he will have chairman of the new State Tax Com- tion of manager of the Fort Harrod and gives evidence already Hopper in the future. .mi, uu win "nother book of the similar nature Landreth, who pront ny hearing. Dr. mission. The other democratic Garage, the largest in that city. Only sessing something of the spiritpf posspoke nt the Chautauof deoffice soon. This office for the I. Auditor R. L. Greene. The re- a few weeks ago Mr. Steele sold his votion to the Christ and BRONZE TABLET FOR SAUFLEY "ot the jobJ.by competitive bid over qua last week, says she is the stror--s- t publican member is James A. bcott. electric light plant and last week he humanity which cause of the The event of Boore dav, June 7, lecturer in the country and is domarked life of which is annually collector of disposed of his telephone exchange. T3en Marshall, former celebrated by the Covington, Nashville and Paris ing a world of that in her work The of the Ashland district, is secretarymen It is to be regretted that such a some man of God. Turning aside from Kentucky State Historical Society, ladies of the W. C. T. U. have rone more attractive energetic citizen as Mr. for service Mr. Hopper opportunities will be the unveiling in the Hall of the commission. Three field to a large expense in bringincr Mrs. W. B. COVER DEAD were appointed at a salary of $2,400 Steele has proven to be is to leave to begin his work where has decided Fame in the Capitol nt Frankfort of the need is Mr. W. B. Cover, aged about 70. Geiszel to Stanford nnd it is honed per vear. They are T. R. Jones, of Lincoln county. Mercer certainly is greatest', to i bronze tablet to the memorv of that a great crowd will greet her. Ttfurrav, Gates Young, of Webster, the gainer by his departure from a field of and has accepted a ca!t the the late Lieut. Richard Caswell Snuf- - died in the West End of paralysis Christian usefulness in Monday afternoon and the burial is N. Cook, of Scottsville. amongst us. and W. the Kentucky mountains. His work will lev. of flvingnaval aviation corns killed taking place this afternoon. He was JAMES R. DODDS DEAD near the aviation staNews reached Stanford Mondny be in the counties of Breathitt ami while n FAYETTE HEADS THE LIST tion in Florida. The tablet is present- the father of Mr. B. Gover, a LIFT YOUR CORNS Lee. He expects to go to his field of Mr. citizen The of the death in Danville Nat B. Sewell, State Inspector and labor this week and will be ordained ed by the members of his class at Covers moved of the county. Lin- James R. Dodds, well known ofhere, OFF WITH FINGERS from Pulaski to Annapolis. Flaes on the Capitol will Examiner, has issued a statement in the near future. where ho lived a be at half staff during the meeting. coln some veai-- apo and have made His death occurrednumber o." years. Tells How To Loosen A Tender Corn showing the( amount paid to State at his home on excellent citizens. The death of the South deliverThe principal address will be officers, judicial officers and State GREAT MASONIC CELEBRATION Or Callus So It Lifts Out Third street Sunday afternoon by Dr. W. A. Ganfield, president head of the family is the source of and the burial wns in Bellevue Cemeed employees by counties. Fayette Without Pain general regret. On June 23rd, at Crab Orchard, of Centre College. Lieutenant heads the list with $183,239.90 and tery there Monday afternoon. Mr. there will be a celebration of the Bthe son of the late Judge M. women who Jefferson comes next with $171,745.-75- . icentennial Dodds wns 79 venrs old and wns tho You reckless men and ATTEND W. C. T. U. CONVENTION Organized Masonry in C. Sauflev of Stanford, nnd the of are pestered with corns and who Boyle Lincoln county gets $8,271, Kentucky. The Grand Lodge by resoW. C. T. U. convention at Stan- oldest Mason in Danville. He jo'ned C. $33,845. Garrard $5,104, Madhave at least once a week invited an ison $28,437, Mercer $11,155, Rock- lution, authorized this celebration O'Rear.of former Chief Justice Ed ford. Friday, June 8th, beginninir nt fhe Stanford lodge of Masons in 53 years nro. He wns related awful death from lockpw or Moo. castle $300, Pulaski $12,250, Lau- and the committees appointed have 10 A. M. Let all the organizations 1804 poison are now told by a Cincinnati jn the Eifhth district. Division B. to the Dodds and Carsons of this CLOSE CALL FOR SUTTON Casey $120. Nine coun- been busy arranging for a barbecue rel $9,900, county and had manv frisnds here authority to use a drug called and will feed 5,000 people that day. James Sutton had a close call the send a full delegation to the all day which the moment a few drops ties have no representative on the Smittie's band will be theve. Good other day. He attempted to climb nnd evening sessions of this conven- who sorrow at his death. ofthan are applied to any corn or callus theo State pavroll otherClinton,judicial good fellow- over a train at Rowland, when the tion nt the Christian church. Don't Cumber- sneakers, good music, ficers. They are MR. MOUNT TO SPEAK soreness is relieved and soon the ship, what more is needed to make up with a jerk. He fail to henr Dr. Carolyn Geissel, of Hon. J. R. Mount writes the Incallus, root and all, lilts land, Estill, Leslie, Monroe, Owsley, this the largest affair ever held in engine started corn or Battle Creek. Mich. Mrs. J. K. was thrown between the cars, but Powell, Greenup and Jackson. The terior Journal to state that he will off with the fingers. . Baughman, District President. Kentucky; Grand ball at night. Ev- managed to pull himself out of speak here Monday next, county Freezone dries the moment it s total of the payroll is $1,413,730.90. erything free to Masons, their fam- way in time to save himself. Two the of corn "ourt day, and that he will have applied, and simply shrivels the and friends. Every one is going his fingers were badly mashed in the ilies fHE REGISTRATION AMMUNITION, 1863 AND 1917 or callus without inflaming or .even Up to noon 230 persons between something to say about his oppon-nt- s In six weeks the British alone and if you stay hoirfc that day you accident, hut he is every thankful irritating the surrounding tissue or the ages of 21 and 31 had registered Mr. in the race for State Senator. fired 200,000 tons of ammuni- will be lonesome. Reduced railroad that his life was saved. Mount extends a cordial invitaskin. A small bottle of freezone will have in France. The official estimate rates have been secured and everyin the four polling precincts of both Messrs. Kauffman and cost very little at any of the drug tion Stanford. In No. 1. there were 52: tion to to SELLING STUDEBAKER-SIXEby both the Union thing is now ready for tho be present and hear him. Harlan stores, but will positively rid one's of the ammunition Messrs. J. W. Acey and E. T. No. 2, 71: No. 3, 03: No. 4, 50. If Gettysarmies feet of every hard or soft corn or and Confederate including at the missold in the last dav this ratio is held over the county, the Pence, Jr., have burg LITTLE GIRL LOSES TOE hardened callus. If your druggist siles is 500 tons, Lee's 150 guns on to II. C. registration will not fall far short of or so a Studebaker-SiSENATOR FOUND HIS MARE hurled from Lena hasn't any freezone he can get it at Seminary Ridge across to Meade's George W. 1,000. Probnbly 75 per cent, of those daughter Frances, the pretty littlo Some weeks ago a sorrel maro was Baughman and another to of Dr. and Mrs. J. Turner, any wholesale drug nouse ror you.-- ii center on Cemetery Ridge, the most taken from Senator R. L. Hubblo's Carter. Only a few days previous registering here so far are white. hnd the misfortune to lose a toe the uiimiiiii(iiiii'iii ui liiu vjjvii farm and he has since made consid- the gentlemen sold to J. H. Wriorht day and to "CICERO OF THE MOUNTAINS" lernnc Studebaker-Si- x CH. ROOF BEING PAINTED othorTho little girlhave another badly runnbout. The wns playing when Fontaine Fox Bobbitt, "the Cicero War. The British, therefore, have us- erable search for her. A few days a e roof is receiving cut. The ed 350 times as much ammunition as since Postmaster Wood, of Danville, Studebakors seems to be having their of the" Mountains," as he was known was fired at Gettysburg, enough to got a coat of paint and the men who i pedestal fell on her foot, doing tho inning just now. an anonymous letter mailed at to thousands of people, is an inmate worked on the cupola caused much damage. The child suffered n groat kept of the Eastern Kentucky State Hos- havesame that great battle going at Salvisn, Mercer county, stutin-.- that UNCLE HARVEY LOGAN DEAD interest among the peonle here. Thev deal, but is now getting nlong as years. rate for three the a sorrel mare was seen at such nnd nicely as could bo expected. pital, having been declared of Uncle Harvev Logan, a well- - went about the hnrardous work with such a place near there. This clue mind in a lunacy hearing at known colored man, died at his home no seeming fear nnd tajkcd uround lead to tho recovery of Senator Hub Stanford Saturday and brought to CINCINNATI STOCK MARKETS AT WAYNESBURG Hogs Receipts, 0,800; steady. bio's mare, for he went down last last night at an advanced age. lie the clock as if they were on terra FLAG RAISINGwill be the hospital Saturday night. Mr. A large flag raised at colored at one time county at- Packers and butchers, $15.00(5)15.-70- ; week and proving his property, was one of Stanford's bestregret nt firma. Bobbitt was this afternoon, when many citizens and there is much common to choice. $9.0014.-00- ; brought her home. represented that county torney and of tho people of tho Southern end of ANNOUNCEMENT his death. His wife died some years and lights, in the lower house of ho General As- stags,pigs $8.00(5) 12.50. $9.50(5)14.75; the county will be present. Mr. W. Wo have secured from tho ago, but several children survive. Cattle Restriking apsembly. Ho was a man of GREAT CHORUS TO SING Company, of Louisville, B. Hansford, candidate for county voice and ceipts, 2,000. Steady; Steers. $7.50(5) pearance and of powerful the services of Mr. T. C. O'Mnrn, nttorney, will be tho principal At the flag raising Thursday afTO THE PUBLIC $7.50(5)12.25; cows. as an outdoor speaker was in great 12.25; heifers, Calves, steady, $7.00 ternoon a pleasing feature will be "I have been using Chamberlain's who is an expert mechanic. He comes $0,750)10.00. demand in campaigns. Lexington (5)13.25. Sheep Receipts. 1,100; the songs by tho school children, 100 Tablets for indigestion for the past to us most hiirhly recommended. We Leader. LITTLE BOY LOSES FINGER lambs, slow, or more strong, who will bo under six months, and it affords mo pleas-ur- crunrantee all work. Boyle Auto & slow. $4.00(5)10.00; 45-Mack Hendricks, littlo son of tho management of Miss Esther to say I have never used a reme Supply Co., Danville. $10.00(5)10.75. Bowel Complaints In India Claude Singleton, of McKinnoy, had Burch, than whom there is no bet- dv that did me so much good." In a lecture at one of the Des tho index finger of his right hand cut BANKS TO CLOSE ter trainer. Several patriotic airs Mrs. C E. Rilev, IlHon, N. Y. ChamFORETHOUGHT Moines, Iowa churches a missionary Tho two Stanford banks will close off while plnying with n lawn mower. People are learning that a littlo will bo sung. The young people are berlain's Tablets are obtainable evfrom India told of going into the in- forethought e at 1 P. M. Thursday in order that all erywhere. often saves them n big asked to gather at tho India, where ho was taken terior of BEAUTIFYING STORE FRONT may attend tho ceremonies attending expense. Here is an instance: E. W. by 12:45 that day. sick, that he had a bottle of Messrs. McRoberts & Bailey uro tho flag raising. Manv of the busiDECLARED 'INSANE and Dia- Archer. Caldwell, Ohio, writes: "I do Stomach Colic, Cholera Troubles and Constipation Ben Thomas, colored, who worked ness houses will also close during the making their pretty store prettier by him and believ- not believo that our family has been rrhoea Remedy with having the front painted. n speaking. H. B. Davis nnd Cholera "I will ed that it saved his life. This remedy without Chamberlain's Colic, wo com- berlain's cheerfully say that Cham- for Mr. good hand, wns made him of declared Tablets are tho most satis- mighty and Diarrhoea Remedy since is used successfully in India both as HEAR DR. GEISSEL orWanted nn experienced man to a preventive and cure for cholera. mence keeping house years ago. factory remedy for stomach troubles unsound mind the other lay nnd Don't miss the good music and superintend tho preparation of n You may know from this that it can When wo go on nn extended visit we and constipation that I havo sold in dered to the asylum at Lexington. at tho Christian church Friday burgoo dinner to feed 6,000 at the thirtv-fou- r years' drug store serbe depended upon for the milder take it with us." Obtainable Twelve business houses of Olive Masonic celebration at Crab Orchard night. vice." writes S. H. Murphy, druggist, forms of bowel complaint that ocWells burg, N. Y. Obtainable Hill. Carter county, burned entailing Ky.. Juno 23. Address J. W. Acey cur in this, country. Obtainable 42-- 4 Buy a Liberty Bond. chairman, Stanford, Ky. a loss of $75,000. Buy a Liberty Bond. MARRIAGES T. B. Simmons, of Danville, and Miss Louisiana Ballou, of Burnsidc, surprised their many friends by marrying in Cincinnati. Reed S. Nichols", of Danville, and Miss Nellie Selby. of the Millcdire- vino section ot mis county, were married nt the court-hous- e on the 30th by Judge Bailey. Mrs. R. M. Ncwland is in receipt oi nn announcement or the marriage of her relative, J. P. Simmons, of DeLand, Fla., to Miss Minnie E. Elliott, a charming young woman of that city. The marriage occurred J- 100-fo- o court-housDun-nin- e, t?1 I ad n, - ri!?M, a. Pan-Americ- ifl.. - i' - er two-squadr- train-stoppin- g g, heqrt-to-hea- rt s, Trans-Caucasia- n flag-raisi- ei Insti-tuto'durin- er g air r. tac-nc- s. ttj 7.feX-4- k. '- -" .jj.'-r.- - Ofc-n- TT..-A- .- fr nir-ht- ,c-T- - mem-Tjcr.- is wide-awak- e, weJ-know- s faauf-leyw- as son-'n-ln- w -- free-zon- e, en-tu- S x court-hous- r un-gou- Wny-nesbu- rg o 3t court-hous- Chnm-brlain- 's w lee-tu- re r- - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, June 5, 1917 ' f ... M. . , ! " The Interior Journal Don't Let Your Allies Outdo You in Patriotism In the third year of the war. France lingered under terrible burdens, has subscribed to a new loan four billions of dollars twice our first installment. Shall we let this gallant nation, who is fighting our battle, shame us by her sacrifices ? Every rank and viry occupation in France has eagerly pressed forward to aid the government with its savings. An American in France writes, "I have seen an aged street cleaner rest his broom against the counter of the bank as he clipped coupons from small government bonds bought bought with the savings of his toil, longside him were tired little seamstresses, women of wealth, hucksters all doing what they could, by saving, to aid their beloved country." E. C. Walton and J. H. Wright tntertd at the porttfo$ at 8tnford, Ky., a ireend cUtti matt malltr. Subscribe Today for a Liberty Loan Bond of $50 at Least I The Lincoln County National Bank The Lincoln Trust Company COMBINED RESOURCES OVER $634,400.00 HOUSE." Both Institutions Are Under the Same Management STANFORD, KENTUCKY "CORNER NEXT TO COURT Straw Hat Time Now that the warm days of Summer are here you will need a Straw Hat. We are showing all the late styles in Panamas, Leghorns, Manillas and Split Straws. We have searched the market over for the season's newest, and have found the hat suitable for each and everyone. Come in and try one of these hats on ROBINSON'S When You Want These charges and others nrc being probed by n committee appointed by Gov. Stnnley, when if untrue it is hoped they will be disproved, but even then the damage done to the institution will continue to be felt. Unfortunately a suspicion prevails that some of the professors are incompetent nnd others nrc more intent on drawing salaries they do not cam than in educating the youtns in morality and knowledge of the nrts and sciences. The people nre taxed pretty heavily to support Kentucky University nnd better things arc expected than that their money should be squandered on incompetent and immoral teachers. The effort on the part of the of Lincoln county to float the Liberty Loan Bonds is a most commendable one. They are doing it not for profit but through n spirit of patriotism, wanting to do their bit in the war for freedom. It is pleasing to know that good progress is being made in the disposition of the bonds and it is probable that far more than the $100,000 allotted to Lincoln county will be sold. Any banker in the county will take pleasure in explaining the value of the bonds, how to buy them, etc., and they will let you pay for them on the installment plan if you have not enough cash to take them at one payment. Consult your nearest banker about the Liberty Bonds and if you can't take more than one of $50, do that much toward helping feed, clothe and otherwise maintain the boys who will soon be fighting in the trenches of France. Col. V. A. Colston, of the First Kentuekv regiment, who will be one of the speakers at the Flag raising here Thursday, is after Rev. George Froh, of Lagrange, for using his place on the program on memorial day at Cave Hill in Louisville, to speech, in which make a he claimed that the Germans are all right and the Americans all wrong. The colonel has complained to the G. A. R. post officials for including him with such a speaker and it is likely that the preacher may have( to answer a court charge for slurring the president and attempting to incite disloyalty. If guilty as appears on the surface it is hoped that nis punishment will be such as will effectively stop emulators in his line. Being a born orator. and having n large experinece in Gov. Augustus Owsley Stanley, is the most sought of any governor the State has ever had. Hardly a day passes that he does not deliver one or more addresses, which of course have to embrace a large number of subjects. He is much at home, however, in addressing a body of learned lawyers, a church gathering, graduates, patriotic gatherschool ings or colored school teachers. He has done yeoman service for the Liberty Bond Loan and a great deal to create patriotism among the young men. A man of parts is Kentucky's governor and a worker of surprising endurance. pro-Germ- Judging by reports nnd by the published sermons of some of the pastors nt Lexington, Kentucky University, which should be the model of educntion.il institutions nnd the pride of nil our people, is falling far short of its possibilities. It is charged that some of the professors drink with the students, some are scoffers at religion nnd that there are others whose conduct is anything but inspiring to those in their charge. The Store For Boys! Clever snappy suits that will wear, designed especially for the American ed at $3.00 to $12.50. Boy-pric- We want to keep this store young and we believe the best way to do it is to make the boys feel that it is their store, just as much as it is father's store. And we've ogt the sort of merchandise for boys that is sure to bring them back again. Our line of Boys' Clothing can't be beat. Wehave them in all the new pinch and belted backs, in sizes 5 to 8 years. 1 1 STANFORD, KY. FOR SALE Lincoln Wonder, "SEED CORN." See E. Jr., Stanford. f NURSE Am ready to nurse any who need my services. Mrs. J. L Holtzclaw. Stanford, Ky. 32-t44-3- You will do well to see our boys' clothing before buying. McRoberts & Bailey GENT'S FURNISHINGS country; I envy him." The colonel should not take it out in envy. He has the same right and much more reason to offer his life for his country than most of the men who will. The difference between them and the colonel is that they are to make any sacrifice. The colonel must be the biggest man or none. ? ". speech-makinV- CORN Good old corn for sale. F. 45-- 4 1. Reid, Stanford, Ky. FOR SALE A nice driving mare. Dr. John Cook, Stainoid. 43ft FOR SALE One sow, 10 pigs, good stock, and a boar weighing 150 pounds. J. H. Meier, Highland, Ky. lp A BEMIS tobacco transplanter at a bargain at W. H. Higgins'. Has CENT-A-WOR- D 44-- lt been used one year. (Adi kr wor re 1 eeat Mb tint, cih TOBACCO PLANTS Have some with order; so id leu than 25 each iune.) nice tobacco plants for sale. See Wm. HATS A clearance sale of hats Franklin on M. S. Baughman's place. 45tf at unheard of prices for ten days. 45-- 2 Mrs. J. C. Lynn. STOLEN barreled A double TOBACCO plants for sale. Fine shot gun was stolen from my home quality. Phone 4720. J. E. Buck, Gil- - at Ottenheim. Has hand-mad- e side 45-l- p 45-lbert's Creek, Ky. on it. Reward. B. H. Busse. FOUND Hub cap off auto. OwnNOTICE The livery firm of Maser can get it by proving property ters & Bowyer has dissovled part45-- lt and paying for this ad. nership and all parties owing us acFOR SALE A manure spreader counts will please settle on or before made by the International Harvester June 15th. All unpaid accounts will Co- - It is in first class condition and be put into the hands of an attorney wiftsil at a bargain, Mrs. J. B. Wil- for collection after June the 20th. 45-lis, Crab Orchard. 45tf. Masters & Bowyer. r ADS FOR SALE Rcfriegrator and Sharpies Cream Separator. Botk in good repair. A. W. Carpenter, Mare-la- nd, Ky, COWS 44.3.-Two yellow cows came to-m- p. 2t place about a week ago. Owner can get them by paying for this notice and their keep. Adolph Stanford. tfT LOST Pink Cameo pin surrounded by pearls, in town or on between town and the home of L. P.Nunnelley Tuesday. A liberal1 reward will be paid if returned to' this office, . " Von-Grueni- gan, 4-- the-roa- d 44-t- Don't Forget the House Paint Call On The Lincoln Pharmacy Out of Reach You Can Buy It for Do Not Think Paint Has Gone $2.00 p vest. The fearful fire at Atlanta wiped out of five churches and not a saloon was damaged, writes a gentleman of that city. It is presumed that he means none of the buildings heretofore used for the sale of booze, as Georgia has been dry State for some time. He also writes that $70,000 have been raised for the sufferers, but that $30,000 must follow. The loss is $5,000,000, with insurance of $4,000,000. The district looks like the "abomination of desolation," spoken of by the prophets, he adds. W. P. Harding, governor of the Federal Reserve Board, is not only financier, but an a of no mean calibre. In these 20 words he advances every argument necessary for war taxes and the purchase of Liberty Bonds. The question is, "Shall we pay taxes or whether we shall pay tribute; buy bonds or have bondage.?" Remember if you can't dig trenches, you can dig potatoes and if you can't be a soidicr, you can bo a bond buyer. Get yours today. The Kaiser tells the Empress and h offenothers that the sive was a failure, but as they took 52,000 of his men prisoners and killed and wounded many thousands, besides forcing him to retreat time again, it will doubtless ocand cur to our readers that the man who rules the German people with an iron hand is very much unlike our own Washington in point of George veracity as In other traits. first-class Auction Farm Sale At McKinney The farm known as the Sam M. Owens place of 260 acres of the finest farming land in the famous Hanging Fork section of Kentucky will be sold at auction at McKinney on FRIDAY, JUNE 8, '17 At 11:30 a. m., Rain or Shine Music by excellent band. Free souvenirs of gold and silver will be given away. Dinner served on the grounds free. Terms easy. For information, write, phone or see Anglo-Frenc- LEASE examine your Deenng binder Canvass and Repairs. Give us your order this week and be ready for the har-You- rs Berlin, Germany, newspaper men about as much rights as the nverago fellow in prison. A dispitch from there savs that Chancellor von Betbmann-IIollwewhoever that is, hns decreed a further reduction In tho size of newspapers, to the extent of 10 ner cent, for the month of June. Promiscuous riisnnly of nil publications is ulso prohibited, one copy of each being allotted to regular news stands. have g, John A. Wagnon, at Lay Hotel, McKinney, Ky. ' truly W. H. HIGGINS Main Street Stanford, Ky. Dnnville, always a spotless town, was a meatless one for a counle of days last week. Armour's car fulling to arrive on time was the cause of the meat famine. Tho slaughtering of one or two of those magnificent export cattle Monte Fox deals in might have helped the citizens of Little uritian tide over, btrange such n thing never occurred to them. - United Realty Co. Main Office, Wilmington, N. C. in his memorial day speech said: "I do not pity the man who puts up his life for his Col. Roosevelt O. T. Wallace, General Manager r The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, June 5, 1917 Corns Loosm Off liberty Loans The First National Bank hat subscribed for $20,000 par value of the 15-30 With Macie Qsf s-l- !n 2 Drops Do the Work, Painlessly. "I tell you, before I heard of Gets-I- t' I used to try ono thing nftcr nnother for corns, i aim nnu incra. X used bandages and they mado my HERE AND THERE The attorneys of the Fayette bar have purchased $20,250 worth of Liberty bonds. Gov. Stanley, speaking nt Macau-ley'- s Theater, asked Louisville to pledge its every resource in the wnr and made nn especial plea for the purchnse of Liberty Lonn bonds. "Blood, gold and provisions are the three things that wi.l bring victory," he said. WOULDN'T TAKE $100 FOR TANLAG MT. SALEM W. J. Wells will open up his blacksmith shop about Juno 5th. Wm. Tinsley, who has been very low, is nble to be up nnd out again. OUIs Eubnnks, of Klmwood, Ohio, is in for a week's stay with his moth- er. 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 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. The First National Bank Stanford, Ky. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL CirThe Beulah-Walkmeet with Miss Kathenne urgnderson at 2:30. All members 4t ed to be present Edwin Welburn has gone .to to take a position with the L. k S. T. Harris left Monday Col morning for French Lick to spend a couple of weeks. Misses Bettic and Minnie Hayden, of Danville, were guests of Miss May Saunders. Madison Mrs. M. A. Phelps, of daughter, county, is the guest of her Mrs. R. C. Hocker. and Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Cummins were Mrs. Pcrvis. of Crab Orchard, i the city Monday. of Hustonville, spent Sunday with J. L McKee Riffe and wife. Mrs. A. H. Harned, of Lebanon Junction, is the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Mattie Nevius. returned Miss Sallie Mills Craig where Sunday from Roanoke, Va., year. she attended college the past home Clinton Coleman is back, from the University of Virginia and his many friends aer glad to see hitYT Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Lawson, of Lancaster, were over Sunday after;, noon to see his sister, Mrs. Belle Perkins. W. G. Withers is completing n -big F Vila VirnHipr-in. uie -- r -.;. Darn on il. fnvm iwy law, W. A. Hatcher, out on the .Mil-.- 1 cle will June 9 er Cov-jnpt- on were over from Frankfort Sunday. Mrs. Cosby McBeath, of Montieel-lo- , is the guest of Mrs. Lindsay Rankin. L. A. Nevius, of Winchester, spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. L. A. Nevius. Miss Mary Hallman, of Frankfort, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. T. N. Aldridge. Ferdinand Matheny is learning the banking business in the Lincoln Mr. Isaac Salem was in London Monday. Mr.and Mrs. C. Hays Foster were in Louisville last week. Col. R. M. Hunter, of Nicholas-vill- c, was in the city this morning. J. T. Embry and Wesley Embry a County National Bank. Mr. and Mrs. Kit Chenault, of Richmond, were guests of the family of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Woods. Mrs. S. M. Saufley and Shelton M. Sauflcy, Jr., were guests of Mr. S. M. Saufley at Richmond Saturday. Judge W. E. Varnon and Messrs. E. D. Pennington and C. A. Carter are in Harrodsburg on business today. Miss Emily Murphy has returned to her home at Shelby City after a visit to her aunt, Mrs. George F. Mrs. W. W. Hays and Miss Emma Hays spent Saturday and Sunday in Lancaster with James A. Beazley and family. Mr. L. Beeler, of Louisville, is head pharmacist at the Lincoln Pharmacy while Dr. W. N. Craig is taking a short vacation. His friends, and they are many, were glad to see Mr. Thomas Tray-lo- r in town Saturday afternoon. Jle was accompanied by Mrs. Travlor. Mrs. W. K. Shugars and W. K. Shugars, Jr., of Casey county, were here a short while Sunday. Their many friends were glad to see them. Hon. W. H. Shanks, Drs. J. G. Carpenter, R. C. Watkins and Messrs. Kelley J. Francis and Clarence Rankin attended court at Rich-- Thirteen persons were killed nnd the business section of Conlgatc, Okla., was virtually destroyed by a tornado that struck the town late Saturday, according to a telephone message from there. Four hundred houses arc reported to hnvc been destroyed. Coflcyville, Kns., also was swept and 200 hom - were wrecked. Knrtv.six merchan vessels, aggre gating 210,779 toiih, are restored to the world's carrying tmdc nt a time when thev arc urgency noeuou oy a decree signed Saturday by President Ilrnz, of Brazil, cnauling thnt country to make use of the Gorman ves- e Corn Drive You JIndl Try sels now in Brazilian ports. Thirty-threand They'll l'ecl Klclit Oil! of the German vessels are of too so Ms It wns murder to put on moie than '1,000 tons each and one mv shoe. I used salvra and other is of 12,350 tons. Tins action was the the too thlnps that nto off more of cut and corn. I'd than they did tlio and scissors, but Tirst step taken by Biazil after re- y dlff with knives voking tier declaration of noutiali-tnow no moro fooling for inc. Two in the wnr. did nil tho work. drops of 'nets-I- t' A war license tnx schedule on moIt makes the corn shrivel andIt Ret so right tor vehicles to raise 11,000,000 in loose that you can Just plclc off with your fingers!" revenue, to be paid, by owners of new There has been nothing "Gcts-l- discars not used exclusively for busicovered for corns since way t was born. It's the new way. the ness purposes, was agreed upon by common-senssimple, sure the Senate Finance Committee. The "Oets-It- " Is sold everywhere, 25c on receipt of price a bottle, or sent fe Co., Chicago, 111. rates fixed were: Motorcycles, $2.50; by E. Lawrence automobiles costing up to $500, 51,- nnstinir between S500 and Sold in Stanford and recommend$1,000 000, $10; costing between ed as the world's best corn remedy and $2,000, $15; costing between by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The $2,000 and $3,000, $20, and costing over $3,000, $25. Exemption of popPenny Drug Store. ular price moving picture theaters from the amusement taxes also was Mr. J. S. Hundley came up from agreed upon. Springfield this morning to visit relaEmperor William writes the Gerin tives. man Empress that the fighting Mrs. Sallie R. Sauflcy went over France has reached a "ceitain conto Frankfort this morning to be with clusion." Since April 1 the British Mrs. Helen O'Rear Saufley for a few have advanced on a front of twenty days. miles frpm Loos to south of Mrs. Anna Bailey went up to to an extreme depth of Richmond this morning to spend a east of Arras. Field Marsha! day or so with her daughter, Miss Hnig's men have taken lmy Ridge, Lissa Holtzclaw, who is teaching in dominating the plains to Douai, and Caldwell High School there. have virtually surrounded Lens and and St. Quentin and have held their Misg Anne D. McRoberts Messrs. Tom Phillips and Howard gains against desperate and repeatNewland went to Corbin this morn- ed German attacks, while inflicting ing to meet Miss Mary Early, who is heavy losses. More than 1,000 offreturning from school in Texas. icers were included in the total of Supt. and Mrs. Garland Singleton 52,000 prisoners captured. Enorand Mr. and Mrs. Jesse D. Wearen mous quantities of material were were in Richmond last week to see taken from the Germans, including Miss Mamie Singleton, of this city, 44G heavy and field guns, 1,000 matake part in the play, "America." chine guns and many trench guns. C!ctN-I- t" e, 7.-r.rt six-mile- Prominent Scott County Man Friday. II. B. Tilford, who has boon Mrs. sick some time, is now better at this writing. Makes Strong Statement. BENEFIT HAS BEEN Sims, who hns been at Arnold home from Hamilton, O., returned The Woman's Club has been the recipient of so many courtesies, so many words of appreciation, finanthat cial aid, advice and it wishes to extend heartiest appreciation and gratitude to all those who so kindly aided in any way. The aim of the club has always been to help to make Stanford a community and not just a town according to the definition of one of the Chautauqua lecturers and with high ideals and cooperation much may be ( l ledjre Pike. Mrs. J. duwi. and J. E. and James Nevius, of Lancaster, have been with Mrs. Mattie Nevius. Mrs. Harry N. Jones left Monday will for Berea to visit relatives. Shefor a go on to Covington from there visit with friends. Capt. J. L. B. Coffey, who has been laying off for a while, left Sunday to resume his work as traveling representative for a big lead and paint firm of Cleveland. MonMiss Stella Rupley returned Hour-igaday from a visit to Miss Lucile Ilouri-ga- n in Marion county. Miss returned vwith her. L. F. Hubble will go to Rockcastle Springs next week to get the place in readiness for the summer visitors. R. H. Bartells, of St. Petersburg, Fla., is visiting J. M. Richardson. i Somerset Journal. Miss Clara Cooper has returned from Berkele, California, where she has taught in the D. & D. school for several years. She looks as if the balmy climate of the golden coa:it is healthful to her. John Owslev Reid. who, has been ill in a Louisville sanitarium, is some that it better. His physicians find on him will be necessary to operate for n serious trouble, but his condition is such that he will have to be built up some before he can stand the ordeal. Asa Morgan, Monroe Thompson, Hugh Jacobs and Llyod and Vernon Jacobs, of Wayncsburg, were oyer yestcradv. They say their section will send a big delegation over to the flag raising Thursday, when Ed Morrow, Col Colston and other noted speakers will bo present . cjv.."w--Creen . k, Ui r.1Korf.a . mond Monday. Mrs. H. C. Nunnelley and chil to law. dren, Mary Elizabeth and Waller made when Tanner, of Winchester, are visiting a Several arrests were estimated to New York crowd, the old home at McKinney. thousand, broke Mrs. James A. Beazley, of Lan- number several a caster, who was operated oil at through the police lines and made to concerted effort to gain entrance the Good Samaritan Hospital at Lex- a hall where Emma Goldman and ington several weeks ago, was able to others were to speak against conreturned to her home today. police Pen- scription and registration. The Will Severance and Charles eventually drove the crowd back and dleton and Miss Emma Warren went over to Frankfort Monday afternoon restored order. to see Miss Lucv Severance graduate President Wilson assures farmers from thr Frankfort High School. Govern that Dr. J. B. Perkins returned Sunday of the Northwest protect the ment intends nicht from Canton. Ohio, where he marketing theirtocrops and farmers in that prices had been to see his brother, Walter high enough to Perkins, who was hurt several weeks will be guaranteed ago in an electrical factory. Dr. Per stimulate production. kins left him improving nicely. Senator C. F. Montgomer, of Lib J. E. Jordan is back on the job as erty, who was at the Capitol today-sai- d manager of the telephone business that he will not be a candidate here. He spent some ten davs with to succeed himself in the Eighteenth homefolks in Tennessee and had a district, says a Frankfort dispatch. good time, but like all people who have lived in Stanford, is glad to get back. beverage purposes, with a ban upon their importation, were agreed upon by a substantial majority of the committee. General suspension of beverage production by distillation and use of liquor now in bonded warehouses probably would be the effect of the new tax section if enacted in- Prqhibition legislation was approved by the Senate Finance Committee as a new feature of the War Tax Bill. Prohibitive taxes upon distillation of whisky and other spirits for Mrs. M. M. Dunn, who has bcn confined to her bed for several week is in a critical condition. n.,,r,r.. ttlffii. of Tvrono. Okm. , forty wa around last week shaking hnd "I've llxert In Scott (oiinty for is looklntf je.irs nnd In (ieoraetown for the last with old fiiends. Mr RifTe in a great nine mid luie u lot f fi lends hole. well and say Oklahoma I tell oven niie I meet how much Tan. country. Farmers aif making a special luc bus helped me, and I I eel that I inn crop of corn to get in a large (loin;: tlicin a favor in nd Mug tlieTn for and we hore they will succeed pnc it If thoy feci run duuii." to tr. corn is a raiity here now at the This statement was iiiadu by I'. C. of $9 per barrel. .Muddiniiiii, a well known stonemason, Farmer in this section are com"III It iiinttilii iiM'iiuo. (ietirgetuwn. lie plaining about the shortage of srrsuW. McKinnev Bros , have a herd in tha continued:- each "I have hail more or le Moiihlu with woods ami are hcrdinjra them chance to my stomach for eighteen je.irs, ami day to give their grass uiitll 1 took Tniiluc It seemed I couldn't grow. The remains of Mattie Burton eat un.Whltig without gas funulug. I McGnhn, who was killed in an elewould bloat, and sometimes my stom- vator accident in St Paul, Minn., ach would ache. I couldn't sleep moie Surdav. Mav 27th, were laid to rest than half the iillit. I Just felt tiled in the"Midilleburg cemetery Wednos-afternoo- n all the time. If I would .stoop down at 3:30. Mrs. McGahn was was 1 vears old and a bright future ami raise up quick I'd get dizzy. "It's been about a jenr now since I before her. It was a sad affair that be taken so suddenly. felt that way. and so I Umiw that the he should Middleburg help I got from Tanlac since I llrst She was a member of the loved by all It Baptist church and was It has been lusting. started taking her. Mrs. McGnhn wns a helped me from the very llrst bottle. I who knew of Alvin I. Burton and had daughter haven't been tumbled with bloating spent most of her life in Lincoln since. I got so I could go to sleep and county. She had been married only wouldn't know anything till morning. a year Besides a husband, Benten Just lately I hao been troubled with a McGahn, she leaves two sisters. Miss little touch of gas, but I don't miliil Virginia Burton and Mrs. Hallie because I know that If I take Tuiiluu nrnemw. of Cincinnati, and a bro ther, M. S. Burton, of Mt. Salem to again It will stialghteii me out Bullc-couservices s the iosMe tiuth tint t I mourn her loss. Funeral "If" me giavu o 100 for what Tanlac did were conducted at wouldn't take Chick. for me." MR. REID RESIGNS THOMPSON MAKING SALES Mr. J. II. Reid, who has been conMonroe Thompson, the real estate nected with Pushin Bros., in the Shoe man, wns here from Waynesburg Department for several months has Monday. He says things are lively in tendered his resignation to takeet-fe- ct the real estate business there and tomorrow (Saturday) evening. that he is making a sale every We are delighted to state that this Last week he sold a does not mean that Mr Reid wil nlace to a Pike county man named leave this- city, he will go to his old Reynolds for $000 and to a Tennes- home in Hustonville for a brief vacasee party a small farm of 82 acres tion, will then return and be confor $800. "I have made several other nected with the Chestnut-Salte- r sales recently, but rather pot make Hardware Co. Since coming to Danthem public for a few weeks," he ville Mr. Reid has made friends of LATEST WAR NEWS added. all with whom he has come in conTn nn onen letter to the Catholic tact and is now beyond any question strongly inclergy. Cardinal Gibbons W. C. T. U. CONVENTION one of the most popular salesmen in dorsed the Liberty Loan bonds. The District Convention of the W. the citv. His relations withhePushin Two German submarines made a is to been pleasant, concerted attack on the American C. T. U. convenes at the Christian Bros., 'have increased salary is only on ner church Friday morning. Session op- receive an Line steamship Kroonland Reid is not last outward voyage, and two torpe- ens at 10 o'clock. Afternoon session reason for resigning. Mr. is widely but the vessel glancing blows, at 1 :30 and evening session at 7 :30. nnlv nonular in Boyle, and is persondoes hit but did not explode, according to a Dr. Carolvn Geissel will deliver a connected intoLincoln every resident almost ally known lecture at this time, iou cannot report received in New YorK. to miss this. Everybody cordial- in his native county, especially in Enlistment records of the First Regiment were smashed when 203 ly invited to come. A free will offer- the West End. We regard the Hardware Co.. fortunate; recruits were accepted by the First ing will be taken. in securing his services, that he will Kentucky Infantry yesterday, bringa good trade and make command HIGH FLAG POLE ing tho unit's roster of; officers and says 27G below Old good in every way goes without men to 1,720, which The flag pole from which war strength. The regi- Glorv will swinir Thursday was cut ing. Danville Messenger. maximum ment will be recruited to full strength and brought to town by Mr. Dink SUCCESSFUL SALES this week, according to Col. Colston. Farmer, but where he found the popThe liverv sale of Masters & Bow-vThe British are again on the of- lar tree over 100 feet tall is a mysand G. T Ashlock's sale of housefensive on the Arras front. An at- tery. It is a beauty and when painted tack launched south of the Souchoz up, as it will be by Thursday, it will hold and kitchen furniture Saturday were both well attended and the re River resulted in good progress be- be fine. ing made, but Field Marshal Haig's sults satisfactory to the gentlemen holding them. men were unable to hold their gains Buv a Liberty Bond. against violent counter attacks. Five who has Miss Nancy McKinney, been attending college at Williamsburg is nt home. LASTING 1 el-f- few-day- 55-ac- re - at-fo- Chcs-nut-Salt- er er ternoon for Columbia, where, a good Dortion of his vacation will be spent. Mrs. Todd has not completed her school duties at Lancaster yet, but will ioin him for a brief visit when she does an'd will go from Columbia to Nashville to visit her mother. Mrs. James L. Yantis and sons. Herschel and George, have returned to their homo in Lancaster,, after spending a month in this city, the truests of Mrs. A. M. Girdler. Miss Mnrgnrct Owens and brother, Cabell, will leave Friday for McKinnoy, to spend a few days with their uncle, Mr. Sam Owens. Somerset News. Coleman Lutes, who is scrvir.p-UnclSam as recruiting officer and at present is located nt CamnbellK-vill- s spent Sunday with the hero. Ho was nt Columbia before coming to Campbollsvillo, and there ho secured 14 rccvjUs. Mr Lutes likes the servico and says he is moro than willing to go to the trenches whenever the word is giv- o, Mr. W. R. Todd left Monday af- Mr and Mrs. J. Wesley Holtzclaw and daughter. Miss Ruth Holtzclaw, of Sapulpa, Okla., are visiting relatives in the Gilbert's Creek yection. who had Mrs. Nannie Holtzclaw, been visiting them returned with To The e home-folk- left Sunday morning to attend the Confederate Veteran Reunion at Washington, D. C. Mr. Bright is the only old "Con-fed- " in the county who took advantage of the opportunity to meet the "boys who wore the grey" a half century ago. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Denhnni, who are visiting here from Oklahoma City, Okla., had a wire last week that a little daughter had anived at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Dinwiddle. The mother was Miss well known here Belle Denham, where she lived a long time. James C. CooDer leaves tonight for Litchfield, 111., to spend n few days with his brother, Edward Cooper, boforo going to the University of Chicago for a six weeks' course. He has to make a certain number of unites in order to complete a in three yenrs at Centre College and is taking this step to enable him to do so. Va., World-New- s Tho Ronnoko, says that Phillip Powell, son of Rev. C. E. Powell, of that city, won tho Washington and Leo Scholarship for them. Mr. George P. Bright Public! JESSE D. WEAREN, The Insurance man has paid me in full for the loss by fire of my barn, which burned some weeks ago. The settlement was entirely satisfactory and it affords me pleasure to say that I am more than pleased with both Mr. Wparen and the Insurance Company I was written in. heavy attacks were made by the Germans on the French positions on the Californie and Vauclerc plateaux. The Paris War Office announced the complete repulse of all the assaults forces. A British recruitinc office has been opened in New York, and. according to L,ieut. cien. i. ai. u. unuges, member of the British war mission, an effort will be made to enlist all Knirlisbmoii of the acre that would make them subject to draft had they become naturalized. War taxation of publishers' adver- tisintr receipts rather than increase of their postage rates was vigorously urged bv representatives of national publishing interests nt a conference with Senators who are re drafting the War Tax Bill. More than 1.100 citizens of Louisville have enlisted in the Liberty Loan army. Reliable reports have reached the Government that Germany is attempting to gain control of the Island of Margarita, off the coast of Venezuela for use as a submarine base. The Dirigo, a sailing ship owned by C. C. Mengel Brothers Company, of Louisville, on the way to Africa, via France, was sunk by a German submarine and the third mate lost his life. The Barbara and Frances M., nlso under tho American flag, also have been sunk, according to the announcement of the British Admiralty. broko the hog record the other day to T. when he sold a W. Jones for $80.30. If you can beat this, tell about it. 730-pound- er HEAR Dr. Carolyn Geissel LECTURE at the Christian Church Friday Night FREE! n . POPULAR EXCURSION fa .E Albert Stemphley, of Highland, 'THE OLD RELIABLE" LBUrrMaBr!T?Kal2staV AiBTLkHHHpTiTvJ if Jf ? REMEDYFORMEN. AT YOUR Dn 5 Per Cent FARM LOANS Over 3 Million Loaned Through This Office pleased "Tho boys seem with the work and rations. It 13 a little too stiff for some however, and a few drop out every day. Theee would have to go on the rigid physical examination. Harry Farmer end I ate the only Stanford men In the 14th Co. Hubert Carpenter W in the 13th and J. N. Menofce, Jr.. in M. Co." writes Prof. W. C. Wilson, in ordering his I. J. changed. to bo Sunday, Juno lO, 1917 Southern Railway System VIA Round Trip Furo CINCINNATI 50 On! ft I -- t .. l'rom .1 unction City Special Train LenveM Junction City nt 5i!I5 A. M. Itetuuiliis SpecUl Train T High School. He was also given honorable mention with others who had made an average of 90 or more for the past four years Jn school work. Tho young man is a grandson of Capt. B. F. Powell, of this county. having tho highest average of Roa-nok- o J. C. HAYS Crab Orchard W. KING & SON INSURANCE tXttitlUtt Clmtlmmull I.euveM Cincinnati u( llilt) 1. M. .dj)'l villi tarn it ihtfuthl) art tumtttul ami Imlirtlllml, td ;, i Detailed Information on tprtllcttlon to BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE Lexington, Ky. Ckeapside ft Short C. II. 1IAU1IKKSON. Lueal Ticket Aleut. Junction City U. U. KINO, UivUIoii l'.K.eui.r Ag.ut. LaslnUun, Ky. as The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, June 5, 1917 I ( I GREAT FLAG RAISING At Stanford, Thursday, June 7 Col. Colston and the famous First Regiment Band will be on hand, as will Hon. Edwin P. Morrow, Judge Charles A. Hardin and other speakers of note. It will be a great day. Come and tell your friends to meet you here. The flag has been purchased and is ready to be floated to the breezes. Everything is FREE! All Stanford Wants Is To Have You Here LAND, STOCK AND CROP W. H. Woaren sold to J. C Lynn a cow and calf for $70. J. M. McCarty bought of Hurry Hill a Jersey cow for $75. William tiontn, of Mercer, has bought 12 mule colts at $100. R. M. Ware bought of Calvin Uoone a mare for $125. C. F. Cain bought or W. L. GO ewes with 31 lambs by their side for $1,000. E. T. Perkins, of Mercer countv, bought near Springfield seven nice Jersey cows at $80. T. W. Jones bought of Scott Hamd hogs for 12 cents ilton 14 d hogs at 14 and six Charles Noel, of Mercer, sold to &Royalty, Robinson also of that county, 28 ewes with 57 lambs thrown in at $21. Jones & Cress shipped to the Cincinnati market last week 13 car-loaof stock. It is no wonder the farmers all have nice bank accounts. J. P. Chancellor delivered to Jones & Cres3 d hogs at 13 15 cents a pound. Mr. Chancellor had this bunch engaged some time. T. W. Jones, the local stock dealer, bought of the following parties last week: A. R. Matheny 35 lambs at 15 cents a pound; A. lambs at the It. Bennett 22 same money; B. F. Cain 15 Iambs at 13 2 cents; W. L. Chand hogs at 12 cents; cellor 10 d hogs at W. A. Brent 12 14 cents; George Rankin 21 hogs at 14 2 cents; V. M. Tanner three cows for $175 and three cattle of II. E. Horton for $145. four-year-o- ld Mc-Car- ty 135-poun200-pounc. ds 170-poun170-poun150-poun190-pou- That Day! If Your Head Aches or your eyes hurt, you need yo glasses changed, bave your eyesi gh Scott Bros., sold to Jones & Crcsi aging in weight from 60 to 125 averaging 175 pounds at 14 pounds at 12 to 13c, and of Thomas Branson 10 of same weight at same and a cow for $00. T. A. Brent sold to Lilburn Brent price. Of R. M. Sliarpe and John a milk cow for $50 and to W. A. Sweeney, of Casey, they bought a cow each at G cents. Poynter a cow and calf for $75. There were between 2,000 and Dink Farmer had the msfortune to cattle on the Richmond market lose one of his sorrel horses Friday night from blood poison, caused by Monday, but prices were a little off from last court day. The best of catthe horse getting his foot cut. M. K. Wilson, of the Hustonville tle sold around the 10c mark. Jonas section, delivered to Myers & Allen Weil, the Fayette county buyer, got d or so at 8 4 to 9c. hogs at 14c. He als,o a 28 were bought at 5c and beef contracted to J. C. Coulter 35 lambs The mule cattle from 7 to 7 for the 15th of June at 15c. Ed Hubbard is not only a garden- market was lively, a number changer of note, but is some farmer. He ing hands at $150 to $225. The horse informed an I. J. representative that sales were few and far between. WAYNESBURG he had harvested 11,000 pounds of alfalfa from a plot of ground less The W. M. U. met with Mrs. J. H. Acton Thursday afternoon. than two acres. W. S. Weaver, of the Hubble secMr. and Mrs. Willie Sweeney spent 33 Sunday with their mother at Pleastion, sold to T. W. Jones hogs at 14 cents. Mr. Jones ant Point. Mr. Crawford Blakeman, of also bought of Henry Catron, of the hogs at 13 is with his uncle, E. W. East End, 22 cents. The latter bunch had been en- Coaklcy here. gaged some time. The Wood Oil Co., has moved its R. L. Berry, of the West End, de- machine fim D. W. Caldwell's to livered to W. M. Myers, of the same King's Mountain. place last week, 82 lambs and reMr. Milton Sanders, of Elmwood ceived $932 for them. Ten of of Place, Ohio, visited the hornefolks these lambs weighed 1,000 pounds first of the week. Messrs. Roy and Oliver Singleton and brought $15 per hundred. Mr. Myers in a few days sold these ten and Glenn Davis left Wednesday, lambs at $1G per hundred. This is May 30 to enlist in the army. Rev. E. W. Coaklcy will fill his the record price received for lambs regular appointment here Saturday in this county so far. Lutes & Lutes have shipped to evening, Sunday morning and evenCiucinati in the last few days sever- ing. Mrs. T. C. Morgan and grandal lots of hogs they have been feeding for 40 or 50 days. They cost daughter, Mdrcie Reynolds visited them when light 12 to 13c. They her sister, Mrs. P. H. Nolan Satur-da- y night and Sunday. bought of D. R. Brown 23 hogs aver 44 hogs l-2,-5105-poun- Messrs. Roy and Oliver Singleton nnd Miss Irene Singleton spent Sunday with Mrs. J. F. Davis and son, Glenn. Mrs. Durward Singleton, of Danville, Miss Elsie Singleton and Mrs. Tipton Sims spent Friday at W. R. Office Phone No. 5 Carter's Livery and Feed Stable J. M. CASEY Veterinary Surgeon and Dr. J. Turner will be here court days and Satur days. Stanford, Ky. Phone 161. SaB d car-oal- 3-- Can-ne- rs c. 150-pou- Nich-olasvil- le 200-pou- Padgett's Sunday girls gave a picnic grove at W. R. Sinof their friends on Friday afternoon. Every one present enjoyed it very much. Mr. Keith Padgett, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Padgett vent to Dickson, Tenn., last week and was married to Miss Adda Dull of that place. They have the best wishes of their many friends for a happy and prosperous life. There Is more Catarrh In' this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and for years It was supposed to be Incurable. Doctors prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment, pronounced it Incurable. Catarrh Is a local disease, greatly Influenced by constitutional conditions and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is a constitutional remedy, Is taken Internally and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. One Hundred Dollars reward Is offered for any case that Hall's Catarrh Medicine falls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists. 75c. Hall's Famllv Pills for onsHontlon. loved ones. Miss Anna school class of and lunch' in the gleton's to some preached a sermon at the cemetery May 30. A large crowd was present and decorated the graves of their memorial Rev. E. W. Coakley binglcton's. Dentist Cattle and Hogt Vaccinated isfaction guaranteed. Gra-Lectric will give you 35 We get you cash on Accounts, Notes, Claims, .by collecting quickly any- lights. Price $175. where in United States. Collection tion at guaranteed or no charges. : : : : : MAY'S COLLECTION .AGENCY Somerset, Ky. CASH for ACCOUNTS Light Planl Powel See demonstral W. K. Warner's Stanford, Phone 188 Sport Shirtings STRIPES, DOTS AND PLAIDS 25c to 60c per yard W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Kentucky I IN VEST M E NT1 A GO OP The Citizens of Lincoln County have a rare opportunity to secure one of the best investments in the history of the world, and at the same time discharge a patriotic duty to their country. They can do this by calling at any of the Banks located in Lincoln County, who will take pleasure in sending in their subscription for U. S. 3J Loan, designated at Liberty Loan. The Banks will so arrange it that the humblest citizen can aid in financing this Loan. The proceeds of which will be used for the express purpose of buying food and clothing for our unselfish soldiers, many of whom will give their lives in the defense of their country. There is no country on this earth that represents the high ideals of mankind and the brotherhood of the world as does this, and all citizens should sieze upon this opportunity to buy these bonds. In order to discuss and educate the people as to the solvency of these bonds, and necessity of purchasing them, a Mass Meeting will be held at Court-hous- e on Monday, June 11, 1917, (County Court Day), at 11 o'clock a. m., when a number of persons will make talks about these jPatriotic and Profitable! bonds. All are invited. We also call attention to the fact that there will be a flag raising in Stanford on the afternoon of THURSDAY, JUNE 7th, at half past one o'clock. Col. 'Colston, Gov. Stanley, Hon. E. P. Morrow, Hon. John W. Yerkes, Judge Charles A. Hardin and others will speak. Attention will be called to the desirability of purchasing these Bonds. BUY It Is PATRIOTIC, rV PROFITABLE LIBERTY BOND and Should Be PERSONAL to Every Good AMERICAN CITIZEN McKINNEY DEPOSIT BANK CRAB ORCHARD-BANKINCOMPANY LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD G PEOPLES' BANK OF HUSTONVILLE THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE THE BANK OF MORELAND WAYNESBURG DEPOSIT BANK THE INTERIOR JOURNAL it