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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): June 8, 1917 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1917 int1917060801_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): June 8, 1917 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Established 860 1 58th Year. No. 46 ' The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, June 8, 1917. Miss-issinn- Tuesdays and Fridays DISTRICT W. C. T. U. MEET A. T. TRAYLOR DIES SUDDENLY THE FLAG WE LOVE PLEASED WITH SOLID SOUTH MARRIAGES FLOATING ABOVE US Lincoln county lost a clever man The Woman's Christinn TemperWilliam Dennis, need 23. and Miss Dr. nnd Mrs. W. B. O'Bannon reEdna Clark, 15, were joined hcirt turned Tuesday night from n three-week- s' ance Union of the Eighth District, and a good citizen when A. Thomas i. Division B., is holding n very inter- Traylor breathed his last at 3 o'clock Raied Thursday In Tho Pretence Of and hand nt the court-hous- e stay in Alabama and Tuesday Cheering Thouiands Who Had nt the Christinn Thursday afternoon. He had bden in afternoon by Judge James P. Bailey. Both enioved the trin and esting convention Uathcred To Pay It Homage Vnlcntine S. Brown, n widower of the doctor is in high feather over church today Many of the officers of bad health for years, but on last 71, obtained license Wednesday to the prospects of the South forging the district nrc present, most all of Saturday was able to drive to town A cloudless sky on a perfect day marry Miss Lula M. Towery, aged to the front from nn agricultural which have part in the program. The in his auto, when ho was given tho 39. Both live in the Bee Lick section. standpoint. He spent some time in convention opened with a welcome clad hand by many of his friends were the weather conditions yesterwhen Old G'lory JJr. nnd Mrs. Leo Fleming Huff- the Delta nnd says that it is as good on behalf of the churches bv Dr. P. nnd ndmlrcrs. Heart trouble, from day afternoon, man announce the engagement of a country as even Kcntuckians who L. Bruce; on behalf of the Woman's which he had suffered for a long the greatest flag of them nil was Club, Miss Esther Burch; on bchnlf time, brought about the sudden end. floated to the breezes from a flag sectheir daughter, Miss Anne Huffman, live in the favored blue-gras- s tn Mr. Charles II. Stoll, Jr., of Lex- tion enn boost of. He went all through of the business men by Will Sever- Dccensed was almost GG years old staff nearly 100 feet tall in the courtington nnd New York. The marriage the Black Belt, from Selma, Ala., to ance and on behalf of the local union and hnd been a resident of Lincoln house yard. It was a great occasion will be solemnized within the next Egypt, Miss., and wns pleased with by Mrs. Lelia Cook. The response county for tho greater part of his and one that will not soon be forgotfew days. It is to bo a quiet nnd sim- every foot of the ground. Rain has was by the Danville union. Reports life. lie was well known and well ten by those who were fortunate ple home event. Lohnrton Lender. not fallen in abundance in the belt, from various committees were heard, liked by nil who knew him and his enough to be here. The crowd, varigeneral sor- ously estimated from 2,000 to 2,500, Miss Huffman was born in Stanford but crops arc looking cood, notwith which showed the union to be in a taking away occasions and lived here until she wa nlmost standing. "Cotton looks fine nnd corn strong, hcilthy condition. The elec- row. Besides his wife, who was Miss wns the most orderly ever congregrown. She has many relatives in splendid." he remarked when asked tion of o con is to be held nt this IMiza Palmer, a son, Jesse Traylor, gated here and beyond doubt the Pittsburg Presbyterian Hospital. most patriotic, livery portion who region this section and a leRi'oa of friends about those crops. Some of the al- meeting and much other business is his is headquartered at Corbin in coln county was represented, of LinForest fires in the Minsk railroad duties, survive, and to while who wnnt the opportunity of congrat- falfa n the belt was killed last win- to come before it. The afternoon ses "have destroyed 3,000,000 bushels of Boyle, Garrard, Casey nnd Rockcasthem unbounded sympathy wheat and the big elevators at Sara-tot- ulating the man win has won her ter, but in other sections of the two sion opens with devotinal by Mrs. from every heart. Mr. Traylor goes tle each sent delegations, nnd all was Southern States, it is growing fine. Jennie Carpenter nnd is to be folsays a dispatch from Pptrograd. heart nnd hand. clever seemed to feel that it was good to be At the Methodist parsonage at 1 The first crop has been cut and is lowed by a talk by Mrs. J. F. Gover. an exceedingly Charles Sawyer, of Somerset, was Promptly at 1:30 Hon. P. M. to by Commissioner o'clock Tuesday afternoon, the lives being sold at $25 to $28 per ton. The An hour will be spent with the local man, nnd He know him well was to here. "held in $5,000 McRoberts, who as chairman, Lawwill, of Danville, on the charge of Miss Nnncy Elizabeth Yeager and second cutting is being engaged nt presidents, ns follows: McKinney, like him.one was. a positive character asked Dr. M. D. acted to invoke diEarly no on doubted how of having violated the liquor laws. Mr. Ben Edward Williams were $20. Dr. and Mrs. O'Bannon visitcdj Miss Mancie Ware; Liberty, Miss and question or whether he stood he vine blessings upon the occasion, or not Hustonville, Mrs. any whose bound in wedlock's holy bonds by Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Bright at Martha Tilford; Mrs. Nannie B. Balwdin. which he uaugnman; luorcinnu, lurs. was a friend. Deceased was a success- as fervent did in a prayer, which was The bride is Van Dorn. Ala., nnd enioyed their cua "home was at Nicholasville, is dead Dr. W. D. Welburn. as it was beautiful. Col. City. Mrs. ful farmer and stock raiser. He M., where she was the charming daughter of Mrs. Susan stay with them. Mrs. Bright was Miss Bettie Pipes; Junction at Lovington, N. William Colston, of the First Regias John Magee; Hubble. Mrs. Sarah E. prided himself on having the best of ment, was Will leager and granddaughter of Col. Lizzie Portman, of Stanford, Mrs. visiting her daughter, then introduced, antl for George P. Bright, of this city, and mnnv of our readers know. The Hoffman; Danville, Mrs. Julia Flaig; everything and took grent interest Casey. the is one ot Stanford's most popular Brights are doing tiaughman. in his work. He is the last of the an hour he held speech large crowd well in their btanioni, iirs. i.ena Henry Harris, a prominent Bullitt His was full of all county farmer, was found dead at young women. She is also one of Southern home and he is one of the "Recent Activities and Institute" Traylor brothers, the of whom left good things and it was heartily neighborhoods impress on hnnospmest girls in this section best farmers in his section. They will be discussed at length by Mrs. their lived in. The "his home near Shepherdsville. He is death falls heavily enjoyed and appreciated as inState Presi- they .supposed to have shot himself acci- of Kentucky. The groom is the old- also saw Sam Joe Burch, who is Frances Beauchamp, est son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wil- knovn by everybody in Lincoln coun- dent, after which further reports of on the widow nnd son, but' a nephew dicated by frequent applause. The dentally. Harry West, who has made his home colonel is a pleasing speaker, and and is a ty. "Sam Joe" is makng good and the committees will be heard. Tonight Lancaster has the promise of a liams, of Nicholasville, a child, having spent some 25 years in canning factory. It is hoped that it promising young business man. He doctor thnks he will soon be one of Dr. Carolvn (Jeisel, of Battle Creek, with the Traylor family since are. He service of the State as a member the of is as deeply grieved as they will prove a better thing financially made many friends and a most fav- the State's biggest and best farmers Mich.,likely lecture and it is more loved Mr. Traylor as greatly will as he the guard, he was able to tell what that the seating capacity and died orable impression during his many and cattle men. His farm is close to than than the two that have born did his father of constituted a real soldier and he ad..uuiiuiK trips to atantord and the the Haggin farm, one of the most ex- of the church will be taxed. No ad- a dutiful son. and filled the placeMr. monished the young men within the In this county. For many years ill be charged but a free people here extend congratulations tensive in the extreme South. Mo mission The United Confederate Veterans Travlor had been a member of the sound of his voice to enlist as volGen. George P. Harrison, tp nim on securing so fair a bride. bile. Ala., usually a prosperous city, will offering will be taken. Goshen church and he was also a unteers as privates and work themNo hour had been set for the mar- is feeling the effects of war times, Commander-in-Chie- f of Opelika, Ala., member of the Odd Fellows and selves up to officers. Said he: "It JOHN S. ROBINSON DEAD and selected Tulsa, Okla., as riage and the counle stole a march the doctor says. "There was great took me 2G years to get where I am on many of their friends by slipping complaint heard there, more in fact Mr. John S. Robinson, president Knights of Pythias' fraternal organthe place for the next annual up to Dr Welburn's and having the than I heard in all the other sections of Crab Orchard Springs, died sud- izations. Members of those lodges at. Many of you may be able to will have charge of the at reach even a higher office than that Richard H., Sparling, a Louisville knot tied. They returned to the I visited." said the doctor. William denly at Dr. Dick's Sanitarium near Goshen Saturday afternoonburial3 o'- of colonel in much less time. All at at 8 o'clock Thursday clock and Mr. J. C. McClary and Eld. honor to those men who are in off watchmaker, ended his life by diving home and later left on the train for Todd, who sold Drake's Creek Farm Louisville to Paul from the third story of the Young Louisville, where they caught the bought Finch some years ago, and morning. He had been in bad condi- J. G. Livingston will each take part fleers' training camps, but it is bet a Mississippi farm, is doing tion for some time and his son, Mr. Hen's Christian Association build Chicago flyer. Thev are now at the well, but his family is not satisfied William Robinson, of Memphis, came in the services. Quite a while ago ter to get promotion by active sering. He is said to have brooded over Auditorium Annex there, but will vice and practice." He was especially the in; io he will move them fa., later and be nnd Todd has already to Kentucky. up to the Springs and took him to Mr. Traylor madesay arequest of Mr. severe on the fellow who wanted to a love affair. McClary that he few words at Mr. reg- the guests of Mrs. Joseph E. Johnsold the second Dr. Dick's Monday Brooding over hor husband's afternoon. He his grave, and let the other fellow do his fighting ston, of is cr'ng for army sorvv? Mrs. Ilrn-r- y about the bride's aunt. Returning cutting has his alfalfa for $20 ner was 69 years old and came to this ried out to thehis wishes will be car- and plead with the men of Lincoln letter. July 1st. they will be at home ton and in a cropof corn that county and boucht an interest in Hutchison cut her throat and hoi county to do nothing that would in to their many will vield more than 10,000 bushels, Crab Orchard Springs in 1911. A MASS "husband f.mr.d her on his return from at Nicholasville MEETING AT1 11 MONDAY the least brand them as slackers. He cf blood friends. During the weddimr cere- Dr, O'Bannon thinks. clever man, he made work Jvinf dead in a Gov. beautiful tribute to There mony the bride wore a beautiful cremany friends at Crab Orchard and the court-hous- ewill be a mass meeting at naid a Shelby as a warrior late between her two little children. and to Isaac at WITH THE CHURCHES nf tho guests who came to the next, county court 11 o'clock Monday Lieut. Caswell Saufley, who gave his An effort was made to wreck the ation of dark brown khaki-koo- l, with day, for the pur-noRev. C. W. Elcey, of Cynthiana. Springs and there are many who will train on which Maj. Gen. Leonard white dot trimming, and wore hat of placing some $15,000 or $20,-00- 0 life for his country. He dwelt on to Birmingham, but the Z n,at,cn' Her queenly beauty never has been called to- the pastorate of sorrow that he is no more. His wife Wood went Bonds. Mr. the importance of buying a Liberty work of the scoundrels was for oiiuwuu io oetter advantage. Her the Baptist church at Richmond nt died 11 years ago, but he is surviv- J. S.of the Liberty Loan of his office Bond, impressinc his hearers that it Hocker, by virtue tied to trousseau includes some exceeding- a salary of $2,000 per year. ed by the son above and a daughter, naught. A log was discovered would not only be an act of patriotiPresbyterian Church. June 10. Mrs. Robert C. Sauflev, of Phoenix, as chairman of the committee for the track a few miles South of ly handsome irowns. the work of Louisville Sunday School 9:55; Morning Ser- Arizona, and th. following brothers the sale of Liberty Bonds for Lincolr sm, but a good investment. Col. and Cincinnati's best Chattanooga. vice at 11:00; C. E. Meeting at 7 and sisters: Messrs. Charles Robin- county, will preside, and the speak- Colston made manv friends during Five are known to have lost their dressmakers. stay in Stanford. He is a and evening service at 7:30. son, of Ejizabethtown, Will Robin- ers will be Messrs. W. H. Shanl3, W. his brief lives, and about twenty were injured Baptist Church Sunday School son, of near Danville, nnd James M. Bright. J. B. Paxton. J. S. Hock courteous, affable gentleman andhas LAND, STOCK AND CROP as the result of a tornado that swept appearance of being every inch McRoberts. H. N. Jons bouerht of Josh Jones 9:30 A. M.; Preaching at 11 A. M.. Robinson, father of Mrs. R. Lee er, P. M.AIH. tt r K. S. Alcorn, t the down upon Bevicr, a mining town OI.!l expects to a iju "Sacrifice and Service." B. P. Y. U. Ruplev. of,thii city, and Mesdames r ui. 17.1 .nitum, xx. u. oitues, sever- hissoldier. He 2.000 men, leave with 800 inhabitants near Central a 1.300 beef at 7 c. of every one regiment, at 6:30 and preaching at 7:30. Speci- JakiHMMtv?and John W. Hushes, al business men of the county and A. M. Pence bought of .Too City, in Western Kentucky, Wednesabout August al music morninr; and evening-- . of Danville. The burial will occur in representatives of the various olher a volunteer, before many more 1st for day afternoon. driving mare for $90. a moons Bear in mind that Eld. Josenh Bellevue cemetery, Danville, on the banks. It is desired that bankers of France and The Harvester. 2:01 trotting, was section, sold to Fox & McDowell, of Ballon will preach at the Christian arrival of Mrs. Saufley, when the re- other counties attend and take part wax and wane the gallant colonel C. K. G. Billings, of New Danville, 60 sold bv lambs at 14c. An interesting ind his splendid band of the flower A. T. Travlor sold to T. Y. Shaw, church Sunday morning next. It will mains will be laid by the side of in the discussions. "York, for $30,100 to Paul Kuhn, of meeting is expected and it seems cer of the country will be seeing service Directum I, hold- of Crab Orchard, the wool frdm 22 be the 50th anniversary of his en- those of his wife. Terre Haute, Ind. tain that a large block of the bonds on the other side of the water. Col. er of 14 world's harness records was sheep nt fiO cents a pound, an aver- trance into the ministry and a notable by Judge Colston was followed will be disposed of. occasion. MATRON'S MEDAL CONTEST "bought from Mr. Billings by S. S. age of $4.00 a head. Charles A. Hardin, who alwavs gets Mr E. V. Green of the American One hundred and one Jersevs Shurter, of Ellenville, N. Y., for A silver medal contest will be held ED P. MORROW COULDN'T COME a hearty greeting before a Lincoln were sold Monday, May 28, at the Red Cross will be here on Friday at at the Baptist church at McKinnev There disappointment county audience. The judge John L. Helm, Sr., was hit and W. R. Spann sale near Shelbyville 4:30 at the Christian church for the under the auspices of the W. C. T. that Hon. was general Morrow was deEwdin P. of not feeling well, but the purpose of organizing a Red Cross U.. on Tuesday evening June 12, to killed by an automobile truck ir. for an averaee of $40(5. tained in a murder trial at London audience would have "over known it. D. W. Fields, of Brockton, Mass.. Chapter. The men of Stanford as which an admission fee of lOtind 15c and Xouisville Thursday. Mr. Helm was could not be here to speak at for his speech was a rem. Althouch the son of Gov. Helm, twice the paid $53,200 for a bull well as the womon are urged to be will be charged. Following is the occasion was a solemn one, he none were more Executive of the State, and calf at the Holsjein Friesian Associa- present. Come and get behind this program: Processionals, W. C. T. U. the flag raising andthe committee in the go a little humor which Chief let wa3 heart-'l- v movement for the sake of humanity. Choir; Demonstration, by children; disoppointed than in financial circles. tion convention auction sale at was prominent r, enjoyed. Space forbids of even The contest begun eight weeks ago Invocation, Rev. R. L. Brandenburg; charge of the exercises. It was near- 'pforence relative of ConMe was a distant Mass. ly 10 o'clock Wednesday night when to the manv gcod thincs for increased membership between gressman Helm of this city. James C. Tarkington sold his R. Mrs. G. P. Crow, to the to Ira Ruplev for $10,000. The firm the Somerset Christian Church Sun. Quartette, R. A. Lipps and O. Mrs.Fal-li- Mr. Morrow, who had promised to Tudge Hardin "iid. He was followed Resigning his appointment B. land day school and the Nicholasville A. Linps, come, called up from London and bv Attorney W. IB. Hansford, of Federal Reserve Officers CamD at lies on the Lebanon road about one Reading. "Turn on the Light," Crab Orchard, who made a brief could not Port Benjamin Harrison. Ind., Ken--net- h mile east of Pnrksville and contains Sunday school closed Sunday. Som- Mrs. Edcar Reynolds: Reading, "Pa stated that he of the very possibly get talk that was highly annreciated. It best speakerset won with 1.545 members and triotism," Mrs. J. T. But)-- : Read off. He is one Alexander, of Woodford county, a fraction over 100 acres. Nicholasville ing, "The Winning Crusade." Mrs. R. ers in Kentucky and would havo was the first time that Mr. Hansford collection. lirobably the weathiest young man in Sam J. Bell sold to Perk Hamilton $256.34 Sunday school had 635 members and S. Scudder; Reading, "A Saloonless made the occasion even more inter- h&& appeared before a Stanford au"Kentucky, has left for France to be a steer that weighed esting had he been here and taken dience and his effort was a most an ambulance driver for the Allies. 1.020 pounds for 9 cents. Mr. $139 54 collection. The Men's CUss Nation by 1920," Mrs. John McKin- part. agreeable surprise. At his concluat Nicholasville had 179 mebers and ney; Quartette, Mrs. G. P. Crow, "He is a turfman and farmer owning Bell bought of MIttie Cnrson a sion. Dr. W. D. Welburn, of the gave $106. best racers in America. some of the black bull calf for $100. Mrs. R. A. Linps, R. A. Lipp3 and O. OLD GLORY AT WAYNESBURG Methodist, church, was called on to Rev. Frank North, of Hustonville) sold panied Howard J. Brazelton, accom- B. Fallis; Address, H. G. Skiles; PreQuite a crowd from Stanford at- hsmiss the crowd, which he did in a by Mrs. Brazelton and son, sentation of Medals, Mrs. J. K. IEIGHT RUNNING FOR SHERIFF to Joe Wilkinson, of Casey, a four- g the flag her parents, Bauchman; Benediction, Rev. Paul tendedTuesday raising at Waynes-bur- few choice words. The First Regiunbroken mare for S15. Howard, Jr.. are visiting Talbott. R. E. Clay is the eighth entry in vear-ol- d afternoon and enjoy- ment Band, which accompanied Col. race for the Democratic nomina- Mr. North a'so sold to Yowell & Eads Mr. and Mrs. W. H. supplying Mr. VanDyke. the ed the exercises. Mr. W. B. Hansford, olston. made entrancing music and the lambs at 14c. Brazelton has been Sheriff of Henderson county. a bunch of 50 tion for of Crab Orchard, was the speaker of the ladies enjoved that almost as made up of live wires J. W. Baughmnn delivered to T. FirsttheChristian Church of Mnyfield BACK FROM THE The contest is the day and he made a good one, as much as thev did the oratorv. The past eight months during the for and is the most interesting political W. Jones a bunch of 47 ewes, that temporary absence of the pastor. Col. George P. Bright returned ho always does on such occasions. right pier of the courthouse was used county has seen in he had engaged at $8; 00 scrap Henderson last night from the Confederate Re- The other speakers were Attorney T. speaker's stand and stens Clay, the a pound and the Rev. Brazelton has accepted a unan- union at Washington, D. C. He is not J. Hill, of this city and Hon. Jay as achairs in front afforded the mnv vears. Besides Dick sheriffalty lambs nt 12 comfortind imous call to the pastorate of the wool from the ewes at 50 cents a other aspirants for the Christian Church at Stanford, and, loud in praise of the entertainment Harlan, of Danville. A good crowd able seats for a portion of the vast nomination are George L. Green, pound. the in parked after a visit here, will leave to asv accorded the "boys that wore ago, was flag the South End capital and a throng. Automobiles werecourt-hous- e in J. Fox Dudderar bought of T. W. sume his new duties. Winchester grey" more than a half century Robert M. Roll, Fred M. Durbin, big was raised from a tall pole front nnd around the Eeuben Bennett. A. H.. Abbott, Lew- Jones a bunch of extra nice cattle f.M T .ovinfrf nn TTninl1 comings to just in front of the Waynesburg De- two or three deep, while manv saw ' but attributes the short is Pentecost and A. A. Brown. It is at 10 cents a nound. Mr. Dudderar the fact that the crowd was much posit Bank. ind heard the sneakers from the winregarded as anybody's race and a also sold to R. L. Hubble a bunch of dows of the court-hous- e and surNURSES TENDER SERVICES I creator than was expeced. He says 35 lambs to go the last stirring finish is looked for. Miss Elizabeth Bogle, formerly f that Congressman Helm, Mrs. Holm MRS. THOMAS PLUMMER DEAD rounding buildings. half of this month at 14c. nnd Harvey Wilkinson were untiring Mrs. Thomas Plummer died Tuesof The raising of the flag Drought Wnrrior, the great show horse Hustonville. abut nowshe Lexingtoj. in their efforts to make his stay day night Relieved Croup, Whooping-Coug- h has recivdl after a long illness, aged forth rounds of letter it the by L. T. Anderson, of Point is proud of pleasant and that right well they 43, and was buried at Goshen Thurs- blue and the crnvapnlause. In by side Children's diseases demand pre- owned secretary stood --,ha Maysvjlle, from Mr. Tumulty, paredness. When the child waked Au View stock farm, nearindigestion. President Wilson. Miss Bogle, whojs succeeded. day at 11 A. M., after services bv ind nulled tho flac to Us proper poof acute you at night, gasping and strangling died Monday Rev. P. L. Bruce, of the Presbyteri of the Cent. breath, how thankful you are to He was valued at $10,000 and was President Nurses, sentAssociation Jf Sloan's Liniment For Rheumatum an church. Mrs. Plummer hnd been a sition. soldier, Ben F. Powell, an for President Graduate and Mr. J. C. Hnvs, at being prepared for the New York Wilson a cony of the to resolutions pain goes so quickly after sufferer from paralysis for a long "The Dr. Bell's have who fiftv-odin rheuThis effective remedy looecns horse show. for hand. adopted pledging their services to vou apply Sloan's Liniment toothache, time and when she took measles she pars fgo battled acainst each o"ther. permits free and matic pains, neuralgia, the mucous and hus-- J showed what chances time had MR. HILL DUE SOME CREDIT him for service in any field he sawfit lumbago, sprains, and its so oasy to grew rapidly worse. Besides her natural breathing. Its soothing balto live answer is as AlIt was not the intention of the In- to place them. TheMiss Bogle: Iho use. It quickly penetrates nnd sooth- band keenlylittle children aarc leftand wroucht The scene wns an inspiring membrane sams heal the irritated good loss of the feel lows: "My dear one pnd further evidenced the solidand arrests further inflammation. terior Journal to deprive City At- President very deeply appreciates es without rubbing and is far clean- Godly mother. ity of this country in the fight igainst Pleasant to take. Keep Dr. Bell's torney T. J. Hilltoof any of the credit the patriotic sentiment and assur- er and more effective than mussy the onemv across tho sen. The flg in brinering-con-fessiin the house for all he is entitled plasters or ointments. BIGGEST FISH YET REPORTED s a handsome one 12x24 nnd the from Hardin Hill, colored, ance to which you give cxnressiorin Keep a bottle in the house and get colds and bronchial troubles. At your The Interior Journal's old friend, "tie which wns brought to town by who admitted that he robbed Frank your resolutions, of which you nt prompt relief, not only from all druggist, 25c. Granville Lutes, of Middleburg, tells Farmer, indeed Spoonamore's mill, but on the con- him a copy by telegraph. He uskstne nerve-pain- s but from bruises, strains, this paper that Riley Cooper caught Uncle Dink placed in isposition a beauty. It was bv Mr. trary, it was an oversight that it did to thank every one concerned anjto sprnins, nnd all exter- near his town out of Green river a T R, Powoll, DEATHS IN CASEY COUNTY is heartened by jour who nfiin demonstrat-p- d Casey County News notes the not mention him in connection with say that he your druggist, 25c, 50c, cat fish weighing 22 2 pounds. It nal nches. At The pieuge. his ability to do thincs. Mr. Powthe negro was given. generous secretary oincereiy, a r. $1.00. deaths of John Pcavyhouse, aged 77. the "sweating" present took Cooper nn hour to. land the big ell nlso rendered valunble assistance to the Presidiit." and put ques- Tumulty, James Propes, of Mr. Hill was on Frye's Creek, fellow but when ho did so he had during tho ceremonies attending and furious that the Buster section, Mrs. Lucy Wil- tions to Hill so fast "balled enough fish to last him for some the raising of the flat'. Jailer Dp- NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS NEVER NEGLECT A COL son, aged 53, of Liberty. Ed Pelly. he got got him all straight up" and commitBids will be received for altera- time. story. A child after bathing, cooliif off Borde was a M. Pelly, of he finally told the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. of Christian suddenly after exercise nnd drafts, tions and repairs tee on securing and arrnncing seats the Goose Creek neighborhood, and CITY COUNCIL MEETING for tbp crowd and he did his work thai may Church, Hustonville, Ky.. until June THE EVILS OF CONSTIPATION give cold germs a foot-hol- d Mrs. Eliza Hafley, aged 83, of ChilThe city council met in regular well. Nenrlv every business man in Constipation is one of the main lead to something worse. Safey Re 20, 1917 at noon. Copies of plans ton. can bo seen at session last night. Not much work town 'contributed to the fund for reasons why tho average human life quires early treatment. Kcou Dr. and specifications Leaving waste Kinc's New Discovery on hnml This Adams Bios' Drug Store, Huston-vill- was before it and it was soon pnvini the expenses of the bnnd. is below 40 years. THE DIXIE FLYER Ky. A. H. Baugh, Chairman of brought to a close. A permit was tho svs-tein and the manv other bills combines ndvanced structural fea- material in the body, poisor.3 us liable pleasant balsam remedy nllifs nnd 4G-- lt granted to Mit Embry to build a and the burden on none nf them was Committee. flammation, soothes the coufi and blood and makes nnd mechanical units of tho tures house in Macksvillc, salaries were al- creat Th dnv wtos a big one and recognized highest grado that you to sick headaches, biliousness, ner- repairs the tissues. Botter J safe lowed and a donation was made to all who did their bit townrd it havo K. OF P.' Attention will find duplicated only in the most vousness and muddy skin. When you than sorry. lireak up the col with fund. tho reason to feel good. After the exerdozen do luxe .models note these symptoms, try Dr. King's Dr. King's New Discovery bforo it popular half All members of Diadem Lodge, No. cises the bnnd boys wero" treated to considerably more money. New Life Pills. They givo prompt f, is too late. At your druggil. ouc, 81, are asked to meet at Castle Hall selling for ANNOUNCEMENT in action, $i.uu. an nuto ride nut to Hall's Gan and are mild, Dixie Motor Sales Co., Hustonville. at 1 o'clock Saturday afternoon for We have secured from tho other noifts of interest. Col. Colston idd tone to your system It the complexion. At your nnd clear 100 CHILDREN TO BE Ky. the purpose of attending to tho buriLouisville, went to Dnnville with a friend ImCompany, of druggist, TfERE A. T. Traylor. By order tho services of Mr. T. C. O'Murn, mediately after the sneaklm. thereAn intcrestinc feature of o cele- - al of Brother Tardif went to Lexing- 25c. William of the lodge. who is nn expert mechanic. Ho comes by disnrraneini' brction of the 200dth nnniveiary oC n nice little pro-prnton this 'week und took tho examinato us most highly recommended. We at Crab Orchard Srlncs on CINCINNATI STOCK MARKET that had been arranged for his tion for entrance in the officer's reLECTURE AT ROWLAND guarantee all work. Boyle County delectation. Hogs Receipts 5,100; steady; June 23rd will be the piefneo of serve corps. Ho passed tho examina45-Rev. J. W. Peterson will lecture nt Auto& Supply Co., Danville. all right. Tardif is a son of Dr. oackers and butchers $15.50(e 15.75. U't) or tho orphans from thlmason' tion n Cattle Receipts 1,000; steady; cows ic Orphans Home nt Louism. The Rowland on the night of June 13th colorD. Tardif, the W. E. T. Pence bought of W. II. The city of Lexington will evi$6.50(cD9.50; calves strong.$7.00(p) little ones will sing several tfiga and on "The World War in Bibto Proed physician. dence its patriotism bv investing Receipts 800; lower, will entertain the grsu. 13.75.Sheep with phecy." vTho public is cordially in- Wenren a cow nnd calf for 75. M. M. Sandidge, of tho Moreland $10,000 in Liberty Loan bonds. vited to Hear the lecture. Crills and marches. $4.009.75; .lambs steady. Liberty Bond. DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER Boyle county people have subscribworth of Liberty ed for $144,000 Loan Bonds. Her quota is $190,000. Wilson Hnldcmnn Escott, for 17 years secretary of the Louisville Water Co., is dead nt his home near Sholbvvillc. An oil drilling outfit was unloaded was it Moreland this week andplace haul--e- d drillto Liberty, near which ing will begin nt once. Buck Griffin hung himself, in his barn at Grayson. He was just getting over a spell of typhoid fever and his mind was in bad shape. Dr, George N. Jean, of Danvilje, "has been selected nn eye specialist and will go to France with Unit A, -T. kind-hearted, -sirell-bound. p-- :'! kind-hearte- se - --- Mc-Ahs- ter - t $3,-'20- 0. com-nlain- ed -- Wor-cheste- s; two-year-o- ld 1- -2 l-- ex-uni- on Pinc-Tar-Hon- ey d. Pine-Tar-Hon- on over-exerci- o, m flag-raisi- re-'ie- non-gripi- ck m y 3t well-know- Buy a thK v m "f"! t 'iii no .. Page Two The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky; Friday, June 8, 1917. A GOOD INVESTMENT Patriotic an d P rofitable 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 sanding in their subscription for U. S. 3 Loan, designated at Liberty Loan. The Banks will so arrange it that the humblest citizen can aid in financing this Loan. The Droceeds of whi:h will be used for the express purpose of buying food and clothing for our unselfish soldiers, many of whom will eive 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. MassMeetingat Court House, Monday, Court Day 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 bonds. All are invited. .n BUY A LIBERTY BOND It Is PATRIOTIC, PROFITABLE and Should Be PERSONAL to Every Good AMERICAN CITIZEN McKINNEY DEPOSIT BANK CRAB ORCHARD BANKING COMPANY LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD PEOPLES' BANK OF HUSTONVILLE THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE THE BANK OF MORELAND WAYNESBURG DEPOSIT BANK THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Don't Throw Away Your Worn Tires YOU CAN GET 5,000 TO 0,000 MORE MILES OUT OF THEM YOUR TIRES COME AND LET US HALF-SOLAT THE FOLLOWING LOW PRICES 1 E Non-Ski- d Non-Ski- d incessant firing the words of the "Star Spangled Banner" came to Mr. Key's mind, and he wrote them in a note book. The flag that inspired Mr. Key was found to be in a very mutilated condition, bearing testimony as to how close the bombs missed tearing the flag from the staff. The flag is now on exhibition in Baltimore and was made by Mrs. Mary Pickersgill, the daughter of Mrs. Betsy Ross, who made the first American fine for Gen. Washington, June 14, 1777. TOO DANGEROUS TO OVERLOOK STAR SPANGLED BANNER well for us to know about our patriotic songs and our national airs. The most beloved song of all perhaps is the "Star Spangled Banner," our national hymn. Every one should be familiar with the incident of its origin, ihe author was i'rancis bcott Kev, a yountr lawyer who lived in Baltimore, Sid. During the war of 1812 Mr. Key had a friend, Dr. Beanies, who was a prisoner on a r. Desiring to visit British him Mr. Key went on board the war vessel, under a flag of truce. Key was temporarily detained and was forced to watch the bombardment of Fort McHenry. While watching the heroic stand of the flag against the It is Men's Shirts You will need more shirts for these hot days. We have a large stock of new patterns for you to select from. man-of-wa- W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Kentucky Car-Loa- d Of WIRE FENCE Just Received KOKOMO, That Good Fence 30 x 3 30 x 331 $ 8.00 - x3 - 32 x 3i 34 x 331 x 4 32x4 33x4 34x4 10.00 10.50 11.50 12.75 15.25 15.75 16.00 35x4 36x4 34 x 4 : $17.75 18.00 Stanford 35x41 36 x 4; 37 x 4i 35 x 5 .. 16.50 36 x 37 x 5 5 20.00 21.00 22.00 23.00 24.00 25.00 26.00 People Will Do Well Heed The Warning To FIRST CLASS SECOND HAND TIRES FOR SALE AT A LOW PRICE. WE WILL ALSO TAKE IN YOUR OLD TIRES AT GOOD PRICES ON NEW ONES All Work Guaranteed To have good health, the digestion, heart, lungs and kidneys must work perfectly. When there is anything wrong with the digestion, heart or lungs, a very noticeable (nain or distress gives prompt warn- ncr. Kidnev trouble is more easily bverlooked. however, and too often tains a long start. But kidnev trou- le does irive earlv signs. anubiirK- iche, headaches, dizzy spells, rhou- atic pains, too frequent, scanty or ainful urination, should not be negated. When these warnings appear, so Doan's Kidney Pills, the reliable. strongly lecessful recomniencvu lldnev remedy. Assist the medicine ly rnking things easier, rediu'ir.g the (kit mil 'he '" of lifv.nrs A severe alack of kidney disease mav be nwided. Doan's Kidney Pills hnvo win the grateful praise of Stanford pple. Keau this stanroru resuienvs eiflorsement. A. Brent, farmer. R. F. D. No. 2, 1 Stanford, savs: "I have used Dcin'8 Kidney Pills anil know they aril a gooii medicine, fliy Kidneys wet weak and inactive and I had sor ess and dull pains across my biui My kidneys acted irregularly, nlsd Doan's Kidnev Pills soon put my idneys in good shape." co GOc. at all denlors. Don't simuy ask for a kidney remedy same get IJoan s Kidney l'ills--lh- ii thntlMr. Brent had. Fc?ter-Milbur- n Co .Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Ml E. T. Pence, Jr., Stanford are just what you need on your, porch for comfort and for durability. : : : Come and see our line of McDougall Cabinets, Coal Oil Stoves and Refrig- Fibre Chairs Ecf Boyle County Auto & Supply Company DANVILLE, KENTUCKY fa vValnut, Bet. 4th and 5th 4Cir ? 7EfcTC fcB- flfliHBg 9 erators. : : : : Telephone No. 31 Confederate veterans in Washington t'uesduv heard an address by Presil'nt Wilson and gave the "Rebl yell" when Col. Andrew Cow- an, olLouisville, presented the Stars and Stripes to the reunion to bo placi'ilby the Stars and Bars for the rcmailng sessions. & Hill, STANFORD, Furniture Men KENTUCKY I The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, June 8, 1917. Monday new buggy or Meet Me JUNE llth, 1917, COUNTY COURT DAY, FOR A LnL.VIVVL.Ll Mrs. Rcid Lear, VJHL1V p -m - Page Three a j SICK WOMAN HAD 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 CRYING SPELLS Restored to Health by Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Enhaut. Pa. weak inwardly. anu nervous lec'inin and my head both ered me. i wouivi ?4ki11 often have crying ill epella and feel as it I was not safe. If I heard anyone coming I would run and lock the door so they would not see me. tried several doc- , .tA. I nrtrl tVlpV nnt lt S ( tnra h-.;& K. Jlltinln mp so I anid to 6M?.'.&AXZJ mother 'I truess I will have to die as there is no help for me. She got me one 01 your lime books and my husband said 1 should try one bottle. I stopped the doctor's medicine and'took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It soon made a change in me and now I am strong and Augustus do all my work."-M- rs. Baughman, Box 86, Enhaut, Pa. Why will women continue to suffer day in and day out and drag out a sickly, existence, missing threo-fourtof the joy of living, when they can find health in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound? If you would like free confidential advice address Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. The recent rains are giving the farmers a tobacco season. Lightning struck Ed Williams' bnrn and set fire to it, but was PAINT LICK When You Want vns the guest of Mr. and Mrs. of Middlcsboro. B. M. "I wa3all run downnnd I had female troubles ii!.iiiuoitiiiii Ifl' Lear last week. Miss Ida Hurt closed her school at Sycamore las' Friday and is at home for the sumr or. Miss Sallic McWhorter, who has been visiting friends in Eastern Kentucky is at hi me. Master Sm. Hey Hughes, of Lancaster, is with h grandparents, Mr. anil Mr3. Jnmes rrancis. Rev. C. S. Ellis hns bought a car This will aid him very much in making his npP01 'ments. :U1S3 lUllf.l IVlll "" """ been attendi ,g school at Richmond, summer. is at home fur the Mrs. Wooes Walker and daughter the Millersburg Military attended Inrtitute commencement last ,'Ion- House Paint Call On The Lincoln Pharmacy Out of Reach You Can Buy It for it iilniv ROBINSON'S examine your Deering Binder orPLEASE and Repairs. Give us yourharweek and be ready for the der vest. Yours truly half-heart- Despondent because of his wife's ill health and the poor conditions of his crops Bruno Herold shot and killed his wife, beat to ueam nis two children, aged 9 and 11, poured kerosene on the bed where the bodies lay, set fire to his home and then shot and killed himself r.ear Austin, Texas. The National Biscuit Company has subscribed for a half million dollars of Liberty bonds. Mrs. Roum', of Butler, Ky., the mother of Mrs. C. S. Ellis, and some others are guests of Rev. C. S. Ellis nnil fnmilv. of Our i"r?Krs are shipping a nice red hags. E. C. McWhorter shipped about 25 for which he will receive thu top price. Two bootleggers at this place were arrested and one was fined $100 and the other $60. The names of the patties are Hichnite and Jackson. John Bi owning, son of Daniel Browning, vas buried at Manse last Saturday. His father had him taken to Colorado for his health, but only lived a few days after reaching that state. Mr. Dave Hervcy, of the firm of Woods & Hervey, drove over to Lancaster last Wednesday and was hapmarried to Miss Margaret pily Brown. Dave fell from a building and cracked several of his ribs, but the above item will inform the public that he has an additional "rin" to asnist and comfort him aloni: the journey of life. The writer wisher1 and groom an trc good the luck and happpiness this world can l.-- Do Not Think Paint Has Gone t $2.00 Talk to Tri State Patron W. H. HIGGINS Main Street -- The in United States shouldofficer the in near future have a medical the opinthe President's Cabinet, is of Rochion of Dr. Charles H. Mayo before, the ester Minn., as expressed American mietlne of the Tfo:al Association at New YorK give. In Your Neighborhood Let him explain hit experience to you and the profit of selling cream direct to the J Stanford, Ky. DIZZY JPELLS Relieved After Taking Two Bottles Of Cardui, Says Tennessee Lady. Cart-wrigh- Commissioner's Sale PSOFIONALANUjec.K, CARDb Surveying and LINCOLN CIRCUIT COURT Israel Gerson, of Richmond, Va., loyal. He was arrested Edward Alcorn, Exor. of is entirely too riainun A. U. Chrisman, uecu. for registering twice Tuesday. Notice of Sale vs. Three men were shot in a saloon G. A. Chrisman et al Defendants Whitwell. Tcnn. Mrs. G. P. fight at Detroit, resulting from an Pursuant to judgment rendered by of this place, writes: "About argument over tne selective urm,t u?s Jji-at-ttttiuii, WcrPJ!KtudPv hhdM iub uizzy aiieim tuvmi -mv styieu 1917, the undersigned Commissioner had that when I would start to walk ( would just pretty near fall. I wasn't on Power will MONDAY, JUNE 11, 1917, you will past doing my work, but was very lights. Price $175. See demonstra County Court Day at 11 o'clock A. much BUSINESS M., in front of the court house door I told my husband I thought Cardui tion at . giuiiiuiui Vv nffpr for anu , at would help me, as a lady who lived "j" ""-- , 7 saleuest outcry to the nignesi mblic Leveling W. K. Hn Tnimiuirnr ..i,jn iuiiu next door to me had taken a great : .mintv V pntuckv. about deal, and told mo to try It. This war t Stanford, Ky. Phone 188 one and a half miles from Moreland when wo were living In Kentucky. station: Beginning at a stone near a My husband got me a bottle and i " poplar stump, corner I Service down ana running mence iu took it according to directions. Livery man, ;, M. C. Newland, line N 75 W 14 owuu puu, 9 w helped me so much that he went back Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and stone corner to same; thence If and got me another bottle. I got a coner Buggies; Open Day and Night. poles to a 96 BOURNE Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a J. J. 0Wright's; thencegate 48 to whole lot better and just quit taklns AM E N got over the dizzy spells... I took Trial, We Will Please You. poles to a stone onnorth it. I 36 AUCTIONEER, Carter, Manager. side of branch corner to Sallf and no other medicine at that time nor H. H. Phone 5. Call answered day or night. Betty Carter in Wright's line; hence since for this trouble. Xo, I've never u CARTER, Stanford, Ky. with same line a J o- - r. -- orner0 regretted taking Cardui. CARTER 4 I felt just fine when I finished th poles to a stone corner to James M. Carter; thence S8 W second bottle." Purely vegetable, mild and gentl poles to a stone corer 10 0 83 action, Cardui, the woman's same in Hoffman's line; thonceN;35 in Its may I am prepared to vaccinate for An- W 100 be the very medicine you poles to negimng tonic, 0 I M. REYNOLDS thrax, Black Leg, and all othw containing 90 acres ot lanu punnere need. If you suffer from symptoms of WAYNESBURG. tock diseases. is excepted from the above boudary female troubles, give Cardui a trial. JOHN COOK, Veterinarian, following described passy. A All druggists. Kjr. the Stanford, Phone 204. passway beginning at a stone orner to Carter in Hoffman's line; lencc lme o. poles to throad, Phone: Farmers' No. N35 W 100 Bus Between Woodstock line near a stone ai a poinui thence with the road to inisscoauy Danville and Betty Carter's gate, bag 15 Daily Except Sunday wide. Said sale made r the ... f P..arhn0 Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) feet of division of the pro3(Js of IS purpose ot mnn n m nnd 4.00 d. m sale among the heirs of A. GChns-madeceased. Sale is mad on a Stanford, Kentucky. Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at Etc. 9 :00 n. m. and 1 :80 p. m. credit of six months, purclier to n Bundles and Packages Carried at execute bond, Deari- n- six Low Charges interest from date of sale, tne unBURG1N V. W. dersigned Commissioner, 'h ap O. L-- MINKS. ProDrietor proved personal security, . . m..JKa nnd Wednesdays on land sold to secure Orient of bond, having force and cct of Keeley WORLD'S BKST judgment. May 21, iyr. c... dusts, CT.n.vxs, . .. '''p'BI OUIIJ." N1NGTON. M. . i-- l'OLlSUUS in Lincoln Bank Binding Offici In Tour Furniture, l'lano. AVooilworlc, Automobile, l'lnlsh-c- d For any information apply to i BIOOO Tri-Sta- te Butter Co., Cincinnati, 0. TRI-STAT- E TRI-STAT- , e iuui-jo,rti- He will tell you that no ihipper ever lost a dollar dealing with will make more us, and his experience is that the money for the producer than any other creamery. He does not worry about his shipment after he puts it on the train no matter what train, day or night. For the RUATantfesthe shipment against loss or damage in transit, deducand our SPOT CASH pay check permits no middle-man'- s tions or commissions. run-dow- Warner's s 111 cufi . :'i patron a man who appreciates the You will find the advantage and crr'lit in choosing a Responsible, Safe and Permanent Creamery and sticking to it. Tell him to order cans for you on 30 days' trial, or write direct to the TRI-STAT- E Tri-Sta- te Stanford and Auto Butter Co., Cincinnati, TRI-STAT- E 0. We will gladly mail cans prepaid. Over 20,000 cream patrons are IN selling to the THE LARGEST CREAMERY AMERICA buying direct from the produces. CAPT. 40-10- 1- -2 NCAS; 84-1- uu-10- VACCINATE f .w irjEi ' - "vMflt vt " ,r hum - 32-10- W . f Sa " mat 16-10- ....i'rrR. NC-12-9 Auto 16-10- 0 fsbStTlTa , CONTRACTING and Stanford "i', n. rFflh JS' DENTIST Myer. House FM. Phone: Ottice iicn--iu.ii-e- RUBY GLOSS Furniture Polish Ha The Only Institute MRS. Kentucky rn. ! - T. W. PENNINGTON, w. J. B. WILLIS Stanford, Ky. - Crab Orchard, Kentucky Crescent Feed thewH61 B Chick!, J. SmS&m - V . 0NC1 runuiu mm I I 'StfWuVwl nweu TTbTperkins DEN US i 11 HI and all Varnished Sui faces. Cltar, iniro nnd free from nny cum. "Will not e at her dust, as It give a Jmrd, dry, brlBht Klosii; n brlBhtt-lu.stio than wax und easier to uu. r Heights kinds. For and Repairing of all sort, see this of Plumbing, Tinning any a work Stock Culcks will crow much latter It 'ecd tbera Farm Cattle ss Chicken Chcder Dobble Development or Money Back clurlDc tb? Crst G Purina IT'S Guaranteed To bIvo en tiro xutlafac-tlo- n or your money will liu refunded. HoudervsCecLrOJ ro whino " oa for rtooits csn sir Phonf ' n' PARSONS with Purina ChiiFeed 'cb In because Purloa Cblckcn Ctio' meou tbat make Wood.!.' WbeuicJ asUiructKd.v11""''1":' incut Feed, we uuaiauico Stanford, Ky. Aberdeen-Angu- s "''" PENCE & HILL J. C. McCLARY South End Farmers by and expertly attended DR. H. A. King's Mountain, Ky. Veterinarian, Southdown Sheep, Duroc Jersey Hog Tho best bloodlines is represented in each of these famous breeds. High-claindividuals for sale at all times. E. V. CARSON nun.... Stanford. R. F. D. No. 5 KontucKy IPUfMA PURINA chick wcok For Sale Flour Mill OliocterboarJ boss QLly. sl't o( a li CHIOSffi ,H0WDfH FEE wci,J - AUCTIONEERING Jand? sBtock, room, 16x22; all in htgheat prices for your floors; engine order; close to railroad goods. good running Arm IV i k,.ainoDO crops or household -i THE WAYNESBURG MfLLING CO. Sales Cried AnyvrheTYI wu and Feed Mill; Engine; mill building, 24x30, three Midget Marvel Mill; Corn W Offic Denmark 840. 1st dam: Bourboniste, No. 9297 (full sister to Rourbon's Rest) by Rourbon Chief 970, by Harrison Chief lOOO, by Clark Chief 89. 2nd dam: Judy Oliver 0107, by Red Cloud 2197, by Indian Chief 1718. 3rd dam: by Wilson's Kins 2197. 4th dam: Daughter of Sim's Clark Chief 2575. Rowland Peavine is a rich chestnut, with star and snip) stands 15.3 full; weighs 1100 pounds; five years old. As you will see from the above breeding, he has the blood of the best show horses Ken. tucky has ever produced, and is one himself. You should see this horse before booking your mare. You rarely ever have the opportunity to breed to a horse as fashionably bred at the small fee of $20.00 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Will make the season of 1917 at my stable on East Main street. Money due at birth of colt or when mare is parted with or bred to other stock. No. 6053 Rowland Peavine chestnut stallion, foaled May 14, 1912. Sired by Rex Peavine, No. 1796, by Rex McDonald, No. 833, by Rex Rowland T YK59RS FOR SALI Undertaker rbon 107 - Embalmer Borne JjI Fbeot (6 J. C. BAILEY Stanford, Ky. JOHN D1NWIDDIE, M.r.U. WuyneauuiKi W. H. HGINS STANFORD. KY. Page Four The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, June 8, 1917. The Interior Journal gallon and J. H. Wright Don't Let Your Allies Outdo You in Patriotism In the third yenr of the war. France ilnp.gcred under tcrri-bl- c burdens, hat subscribed to n 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 E. C. Sntrrtd at the potttflot at Stanford, Ky., as $ttond tlnut mail matttr. sacrifices? Every rank and rvury 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." Subscribe Today for a Liberty Loan Bond of $50 at Least The Lincoln County National Bank The Lincoln Trust Company COMBINED RESOURCES OVER $634,400.00 "CORNER NEXT TO COURT HOUSE." Both Institutions Are Under the Same Management STANFORD, KENTUCKY Maternity and "MOTHER'S FRIEND" have long been thought of together. "MOTHER'S FRIEND" is a tried and reliable preparation prepared Tho especially for the expectant Mother. The muscles expand easier. breasts are kept in good condition. The crisis is ono of much less pain. The muscles relax more naturally after baby arrives, and tho form is preserved. There is in "MOTHER'S FRIEND" that direct help all expectant mothers I morning. Write for valuable book about the care of the baby. It is free. BRADFIELD REGULATOR COMPANY, 115 Lamar BIdg., Atlanta, Ga, THE LATEST WAR NEWS English forces have dealt n might blow against the German lir.e in Belgium and have been rewarded with notable gains in terriar. and the capture of more than 5,000 prisoners and numerous guns of various caliber. In addition they inflicted hoavy casualties on the Germans. Over a front of more than nine miles, extending from the region of the Ypres southward nearly to the British started their drive in the early hours of Thursday morning and at nightfall had everywhere advanced their line, capturing villages and numerous points of vantage, among th latter the ridge, which commands the surrounding plains for miles and which for two and a half years has been a troublesome salient. The villages of Messines and Wytsehaete fell into the hands of British during the attack, and in a second drive they occupied the villlage of Ostarverne, and trenches east of the village on a front of more than five miles. Great preparations are being made in France for the arrival of American troops. Already an American transport containing food for them has arrived in a French port and American warships are anchored off the French coast. Camps have been prepared for all branches of the American forces that are expected. Messines-Wyschaete need. Get a bottle MOTHER'S FRIEND night it externally at your druggist's to-da- y. Apply and A TEXAS WONDER The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Regulates bladder tvouhlpo in fhiMn sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt of $1.00. One bottle is two months' treatment, and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send for sworn testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2920 Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. Guardians for Creek Indians have subscribed for $180,000 of Liberty Bonds and the Creek Tribal attorney says that probably .$1,000,000 belonging to Creek minors and incompetents will be invested in the war loan. Practically all the money in the Creek's estates is derived from oil taken from their allotments in eastern Oklahoma. American destroyers in European waters have completed their first month of active duty and so far have had no battle with U. boats, but have rendered valuable assistance in patrol work. Four High School pupils were killed and two probably fatally injured when a traction car crashed into an automobile at a grade crossing a short distance out of Henderson. COFFMAN THE WINNER W. D. Colfman won the handsome kitchen cabinet given away lv N. 0. True & Co. at McKinney the other day. A large crowd attended the MAYR'S Wonderful Remedy for drawing. STOMACH TROUBLE THE LINCOLN PENNY The German nation now to aid Will cause disapprobation; Still we intend with hoe and spade To assist the geimination. One dose convinces PHARMACY, THE AND STORE; RELIABLE DRUGGISTS DRUG OTHER First Aids Plasters, Bandages, Adhe-siveand Absorbent Cotton. These are things that no home should be Are you supwithout. plied? A little outfit costs a trifle, and keeps little hurts from growing big s QUALITY : ACCURACY : FAIR DEALING The Penny Drug Store E. R. Coleman, Prop. Telephone No. 2 ly ii'convcnience our patrons and that they will readily sec why it is made. Each ruling made by the department ninkes 't hnrder and harder for the publisher, who it seems, will eventually have to give up the ghost, if it is not stopped somewhere In justice to our splendid postmaster, Mr. H. .1. MiKobcrts, we want to make it plain tha' he hnd nothing to do with the rulirnr. If he line of Boys' Clothing be beat. had had, we are confident that he m favor of his would have ruled have them all new pinch and belthome paper, for which he has always feeling. shown the best of ed backs, in sizes 5 to 8 years. To those at this distance it looks like a case of foolhardiness that the You will do well to see our boys' clothing war tax should be taken off of social, athletic and sporting clubs and placbuying. ed on those who give checks and drafts over SB, yet the Senate finance committee has recommended this. $10,000,000 in taxes is to be raised from one or the other of these sources, and it strikes us that the sports of the country arc far more able to pay the bill than the average poor devil with n bank account. Those who enjoy luxuriers should be made to bear the burden of the tax to as great an extent as possible while real business men should be given ns light n load as can be arrnnged. FURNISHINGS KY. Betting on horse races sometimes knocks you out if you win as well as when you lose. A bell boy in one . of the Louisville hotels won $1,000 BRONZE TABLET TO SAUFLEY Jt?M?'S'LiimLF'''Mi il Reid, 9.0IiN Go0(1 old corn for sale P Lr a few days ago at Douglas Park and dispatch gives this A Frankfort Stanford, Ky. immediately invested in an auto. story of an incident of much imporg in tance Tuesday night he went FOR SALE Lincoln Wonder and great interest to the peoit and wound up by running over ple lage "SEED CORN." the home of the late See E. T. and seriously injuring five people, hero:here at Pence, Jr.Stanford. one the proprietor of Hotel Victoria. f N. One of the most impressive cereNow he is in jail. It is fascinating NURSE Am ready to nurse snort to bet on which one of the monies ever witnessed in the Hall of need my services. Mrs. J. L. Fame of the Kentucky State Historiponies will win in a Holtzclaw. btanford, Ky. the track, but oftencr than otherwise cal Society at the capitol attended. CENT ADS it brings loss, sorrow and sometimes uiu unveiling mure iiiursuuy ui a (Ada here are 1 cent i word eaen luue, cash FOR SALE Refriegrator bronze tablet, erected by his class' with order: no l leu thD 25 esch iisne.) and disgrace. mates at Annapolis to the memory of FOR SALE Three tobacco beds. Sharpies Cream Separator. Both in The Senate finance committee has Lieut. Richard Caswell baufley, of S. J. good repair. A. W. Carpenter, mbry Stanford. agreed to put a prohibitive tax on the Naval Aviation Corps, who was HATS A clearance sale of hats killed in a flight at Pensacola, Fla., 4J.3 distillation of whisky, by providing a of prices for ten days. penalty of $20 for every bushel of June 9, 1910. Mrs. Saufley, daugh- at unheard Lynn. NOTICE I have the exclusi 45-- 2 grain or other food stuffs used in dis- ter of Judge E. C. O'Rear, of Frank- Mrs. J. C AUTO SERVICE anywhere; day agency for Muth Bread and the F. tilling while the war lasts. One good fort, and other relatives and personO. Stone line of cakes. I two result of the war. that can have few al friends of Lieut. Saufley were or night; reasonable prices. Call shipments a week. Mrs. E. get Pm,-- . R phone 234. T. H. Eads. 4 such results, will be the hastening of present. ell, Hustonville, Ky. 46-FOR SALE A tobacco bed 80x9 The tablet was unveiled by Mrs. that period so cherished in the minds NOTICE The livery firm of many, when therer will be abso- Penn Leary Carroll, who is the feet. Plants e'xtra quality and well of & Bowyer has dissovlnd nnrt. lute prohibition of the manufacture daughter of former Justice Hobson rooted. R. E. Gaines. Crab Orchard nership and all parties owing as ac- and wife of a naval Lieutenant. When Phone No. 38. t and sale of intoxicating liquors. on or Before .uuiiu win ..u jxnt t, ii2 for a the exercises commenced- " the tablet FOUND on Chnntiinnun croiiniln n June 15th. piuuse seme accounts will orio ' All unpaid bond issue to improve therwmte and of Lieut. Saufley, r uniform, v above 'pocket book containing a lot of ko- be put into the hands ofin an attorney colored school buildings; which doc it. and beneath a wreath of Innmi' dak pictures. Call at this office and for collection after 20th. pay ior tnis notice. tors and health officers pronounced which accompanied the tablef. it Masters & Bowyer. June the 45.0 FOR SALE Finn wjirlfnc riiin hardly good habitations for hogs and On a table before the tablet rested HOME FOR SAT.w veritable breeders ol disease. Mucn the flag carried by Lieut. Saufley boar; young Duroc boars and gilts ,?rs Orchard. Six rooms of the tuberculosis which affects the when he made his aeroplane flight and a very fine Jersey cow fresh. hSe hall. One of the best built 4fi.t.f people had its origin in such school over Mexico in May, 1914. the first R. L. Berry. Hustonville. Kv. J?,s,e.s houses, where light is a premium and otiiciai demonstration in this country r OR SALE A good Deering buildings.n town. All necessary outFine fresh air an unknown quanity. oi me use oi me aeroplane tor scout- binder in the verv best condition it acres of ground. well of water. Four Plenty of fruit. ing purposes. Besides it was the med- ran be bought worth the money. G. W. W. Judge W. II. Phillips of Jessa- al of merit presented to Ky. 4fitf or Stanford. Burgin, Crab Orchard him by the mine county, holds the record for Aero Club of eot FOR'SALE A "pure bredKcn-tuck- y America on the occounty judgships in Kentucky. For casion of the flight ,1." , ,... FOR SALE Ono as Willi 39 years, without an interval, he has medal for establishing and a similar and a Red Bershire boar. Extra type At arms for 9x12 " wand 3 Wfe IULIV. rugs fine breeder; 15 months old, arms for the altitude held the position in his county and records of 11,050 weighs 300 pounds. M. M. Sandidge arger rugs. Made of varnished is likelv to hold it for life, if he de- 1915, and 11,975 feet November 30, & pine. Swings from supports fasp sires. His popularity seem' only ex- following. These, feet December 3, JnMoreland Ky; tened tO floor Jim! noilinn All U.Uc with his "sharpFOR SALE A manure spreader and ceeded by his ability. screws shooter's" medal, were presented by made by the iised about International Harvester four years. attached.asWas It is in good condition The city council has fixed the tax Mrs.Saulley to the society. ,1s in first class condition and as when boucht: A Hfn,i ir. Th exercises consisted of a poem, will sell at a bargain. Mrs. J. B. Wilrate in Owensboro at $2, much highfoot ceiling but could er than Lexington, which is three or "Oui Sky Pilot," by Mrs. Jennie c! lis, Crab Orchard. 45tf necessary. Call at I. J. be alteredt if office. four times larger. This is paying a Morti n, regent of the society; an adgood deal for living in a town, for dress by Dr. W. A. Ganfield, presiwhich we could never si any good dent of Centre College, Danville, who hose "Ideals. As Controlling reason for living in at nV Life' Destinies," for his theme, and Oklahoma is jn the midst of a har- two los by Mrs. C. E. Collins. The vest of 30,000,000 bushes of wheat. Nati al anthem was played by an Texas is also reaping a big crop. orua.ra, ana me itev. J. Uarlcton Then with the crops o" the other Pelg 1. nastor of tho First. Prnsliv- States coming in, we poor folks may teria church, pronounced the bene- be able to eat wheat bread once more dictid Miss Lucy Chmn, pianist, ac- complied Mrs. Collins. at a reasonable price. "" a"'lment fading maker, of the cou. Th .weekly report of the British frr Maj. General Wood dues not take ndthecare we have taken with our future buying, make, Admi ItV Concerning shinninrr Intern. a rosv view of the war situation. In th,. the .deal .hopp.ng place for Men'. a sneeeh at Rirmingham the other by sutarines and mines shows n do. Summer "Lightweight." night he said that the L nitcd States creasijn larger vessels sunk, but a mit'ht have to send as many as two slight! increased toll of smaller IMPERIAL million men to Europe before the crau. The Imperial "drop .eat" war is won. the Jnerfc more n.itnrrh in niD s..,i. only union uit built for the i. stout 01 theluntry than all other diseases ' CHICKENS man. And it i. a.o a .trong THESE ARE REAL i 4a una Ior years was supThere is a young mat on in town, posed !"" Incurable. Doctorait prescribed of the man of action. A.k who is an ardent fancier of chickens. local rilles, and by constantly falllns about the many feature, of the drop .eat." $1.25 and $1.50. But this is her first evporiencc in to curelth local treatment, pronounced raising them. Now she is so enthused It Incuile. Catarrh Is a local disease, by constitutional over the experience she w kept busy Sf.i ylluenccd B. V. D II therefore requires constitusetting all her hens ni is buying tional titment. Hall's The B. V. D. red label garment Catarrh Medinil in the neighborhood v Uh a broodcine, inlfacturcd by J. Cheney & 1. probably the bett known garing inclination. She his already a Co., fill, Ohio, Is F. constitutional a ment of them all. The simplicity flock of chickens and tro other day remedy,! talten internally and acts of design and convenient clo.ed on tho Mucous Surfaces ono of our cool showers a few ' after crotch of B. V. D. Athletic Union Sim. Hundred of her pets got wet. With tender of the Islrcd One any case Dollars reward for Suit, are ure to make a enre she gathered them together in Catarrh liirino falls to cure.that Hall's Send for with you. Wing ileeve. are "hit" her living room and built a good fire circular! testimonials. armhole.. Per uit $1.00. to dry them out. Not satisfied with & gold biiiRsists. CO' Toledo, Ohio. 75c. this treatment she went so far as to Halls Illv Pills for constlnnflnn BOYS' UNION SUITS get her husband's flask from the pantry and doped them up. In a short 25c and 50c time the chickens were boozy inThe genuine B. V. D. or "Poros side and out and ns vicious as rat terKnit garment. they'll give the riers. Now the young matron wants We get Scash on Accounts, Notes, ervice and .ati.faction that moth-e- r to know how soon the "hickens will Claims1 I collecting quickly any want boy. to have, price 50c. begin to cut teeth. where inhited States. Collection Other good make, in B. V. D. guarantelr no charges. : : : : .tyle or Athletic, per suit 25c. WELL HATCHES EGGS MAY'S JLLECTION AGENCY An artesian well of hot water that UNDERWEAR serves the double purpose of irrigatpmertet, Ky. 25c and 50c ing his land and hatching hens' eggs is owned by E. L. Edmunds, living Ju.t the thing for immediate nenr Oasis in tho Conchella Vnlley, wear. Summer weight balbriggan California The water has n temperin white or natural color; long or ature of 101 degrees af tho well. It short .leevei; ankle or knee draw-Vn,, ""y irrigated six neres of asparagus from " in the genuine F M LOANS- which Mr. Edmunds mado almost fepperell drawer., from a 30 daily shipments durirg December, to 50 wai.t, per garment, 50c. January and February. Hent to Over 3 oa Loned Throng an imnrovised incubator is seit Office by placing n can cured with perforated sides in an irrigation ditch. The can is nartiallv filled with sand in order to sink it. The eggs are then put in the sand and turned daily JURANCE until hatched. As the water is at an BLUE GfMFARMS FOR SALE THE NECKWEAR HOUSE OF STANFORD even temnerature at all times a sat4rt LaziaitoB. Ky. isfactory hatch record resulted. post-ollice TO INTERIOR JOURNAL PATRONS A recent ruling makes it next to impossible to have the Interior Journal delivered by carrier, in town. It would be necessary to place n one-cestnmn on each copy, which would cost us $1.04 n year. This would be only 10 cents less than we get for the paper, which makes the margin narrower, of course, than we can afford. The I. J. enn be had nt tho postofllec, just as was the case before the city carrier was put on. Wo trust that this change will not greatnt The Store For Boys ! Clever snappy suits that will wear, designed ed especially for the American 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. can't in the 1 Our We before McRoberts & Bailey GENTS STANFORD, 45-.l- t! joy-ridin- JAeMJfo r ME -A-WORD 30-t- any-wh- merry-go-arou- 44-- 3 4G-- tf More-land.Jt- y. 1-- 46-2- L- - - ui ? Ad-dre- H -- vel-lo- w 4C-l- 42-l- Summer Underwear Problems EasilySolved Here fa'v-on- to con-anio- 1 ath-leti- c CASlfor ACCOUNTS TWO-PIEC- E sr cent iy ol op-cra- te five-gallo- n W. HG & SON Phillips & Phillips Ckpit .sscjwiri The Interior Journal, Stanford Kentucky: Friday, June 8, 1917. Page Five dans Loom Off WiihMaciBts:ir Do the Work, Fainleosly. "I toll you, before I heard of 'Gens-I- t' I used to try ono thing nfter nnother for corns. I still had them. I used bandages and they mado my Mrs. John McKinney, of Mt. Salem, was here yesterday. Miss Johnnie Azblll, of Richmond, is with Miss Lottie Carson. John McRobcrts was here from Mims, of Catlctts-burMrs. Alonzo is the guest of her sister, Mrs. E. C. Walton. Jnck Metcalf, of Pineville, is visiting his uncle, Thomns Metcalf, and family in Boyle. Mrs. J. T. Hncklcy went to Mt. g, 9 Drops Lancaster the first of the vcek. June Clearance Sale June 9th to June 17th Beginning tomorrow, June 9th, and continuing until June 17th, we will offer everything in our entire stock excepting a few restricted price articles at very decided reductions from lowest regular prices. Q Our immense stock was all purchased before the recent heavy advance and incrediable as it may seem, all sae prices will be a straight reduction based on the Our ma;n object is to make a complete clearance of all Ready-to-wegaractual cost. ments, as it is our fixed custom to clear the decks each season in this department. C To make the sale doubly interesting, we will offer goods throughout the entire store at most liberal price reductions. J ar Vernon yesterdny to visit her brother, James Marct. Miss Gertrude Wilkinson nnd Clarence Moore spent scvernl days with Casey county friends. Miss Delia Rice Hughes, of Lancaster, has been the guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. W. Accy. Mr. nnd Mrs. Trimble, of Kings Mountain, nrc the guests of her sister, Mrs. W. L. McCnrty. Harry Reinhnrt is nt homo from Ohio, with his parents, Columbus, Corim Drive You Mart? Try "OcIm-U- " Miss Snllio Eubanks, who has been nt St. Augustine, Fin., is hero the Cnn-ton. 1f nml Mra V. T. T?nin1inrt. and They'll l'ccl IUcht OKI too bo blir It was murder to put on mv nhoo. I used salves and other too things that nto off moro of tho and I'd cut than they did tho corn. scissors, but dip with knives nnd now no moro foollnp for me. Two It makes tho corn shrivel nndIt Ret so right looso that you can Just pick e, drops of Octs-I- f did nil tho work. off with your flnBcrst", new There has been nothing "Gets-I- discovered for corns since way t' new tho viib born. It'sjlmplc, sure way. tha common-sens"Gets-It- " Is sold everywhere, 25o on receipt of price a bottle, or sent & Co., Chicago, 111. by E. Lawrence guest of relatives and friends. Master John W. Perkins, of Ohio, returned ho(rc with his uncle, Dr. J. H. Perkins, nnd will remain hero for some time Mo r.nnnni P Mniirv nnil little daughter, Eleanor, of Mineral Wells, Texas, arrived today to visit her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. John N. .Menrfee. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Elkin, Mrs. J. E. Robinson. Miss Joan Mount and Miss Anna Margaret Elkin, of Lancaster, were over for the flag rais- Miss Lillian Mueller has returned from Morganton, N. C, where she has been teaching in the D. & D. Institute. She will return to the same school next year. Miss Marion Grimes has returned home from Transylvania, Lexington, WpV frinnil. MlSS f- - Itin .iimnlnr Campbell, of Union City, Tcnn., accompanied her for a visit. W. B. Maynard, of the West End, ...ux Vioa Vinnn vow ill for i month or more, was able to attend the fiag raising Thursday, tie is consiuuiuiMytii,iini rlnwn." but is ranid'.v gaming flesh and strength. Mrs. Alice Newland, of Elsah, 111., was here this week the guest of Mr. went it n xTn,.ilon.l nnil fnmilv. Klin spend to Crab Orchard Wednesday to a few days bclore going to luancnus- tcr to visit her menu, mrs. roucr. TTl,Vo nnllnrd. MlSS MaVmO 1r Ballard, Miss Marguerite Woolfork. aim Mr. at.' and Mr? 11 V n Messrs. Tom Ballard and Robert Fox. motored over from Garrard Thursday to attend the fla? raising. Julian G. Allen, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Woods, of this place, won the medal given by Millersburg Military Institute tor Deing ine uuai. student in the school. There are some rrrz !,,. in tVin onVinnl nnd the honor won by young Allen is indeed a big NO APPROVALS- - TERMS: SPOT CASH- - NO RETURNS Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn remedy by The Lincoln Pharmacy Penny Drug Store. and The , PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Dr. A. S. Price visited b' brothers Garrard-thi- s week. Harry Carter made a business trip to London Wednesday. Miss Lucile DeBosc, of Nashville, is the guest of Mrs. P. L. Bruce. Miss Katherine Harris is the guest of Mrs. V. C. Popples at Covington. Mrs. Mildred A. Beazley, of Lancaster, is here the guests of relain tives and friends. Miss Dora Straub has been confined to her room for several days on account of illness. Miss Minnie Rupley, who has been teaching at Faribault, Minn., returned to her home Wednesday. Miss Etta Belle Newjand and Miss Willie Newland, of Brodhcad, were guests of Miss Nellie Newland. Dr. M. M. Phillips, R. H. Bronaugh, T. B. Lyne and F. G. Hurt were here from Crab Orchard Wednes- - TAILORED SUITS HALF PRICE fWe offer during this sale unrestricted choice of our entire line of Silk and Woolen Suits except navy and black for Ladies and Misses at exactly half price. $ 7.50 $15.00 Tailored Suits reduced to Sufts reduced to $ 9.75 $19.50 Tailored $12.50 $25.00 Tailored Suits reduced to $14.75 $29.50 Tailored Suits reduced to reduced to $17.50 $35.00 Tailored Suits Any necessary alterations at cost ALL COATS AT REDUCED PRICES $25 Coats, at...$16.50 $20 Coats, at...$12.50 $ 6 Coats, at ..$1 1.50 $ 2 Coats, at...$ 9.50 $10 Coats, at...$ 7.50 $ 8 Coats, at...$ 5.00 Linen Auto Coats, now $1.50 to $5.00 1 1 DRESSES, SKIRTS AND WAISTS At Reudced Prices J We are now showing a really beautiful line of Summer Dresses in Silks, Voiles, Organdies and Nets all at reduced prices for this sale. DRESS SKIRTS REDUCED TO $5.90 At this low price we offer choice of a lot of this season's newest style Skirts in Taffeta Silks and Serge. f GEORGETTE CREPE WAISTS $2.95 tjj At this price a dozen styles of new Georgette Crepe Waists reduced from $4.00 and $5.00. SILK WAISTS 69c tjJAll Silk and Lingerie Waists at reduced prices. Special table of $1.00 Waists at 69c. Miss Margaretta Golesby, of Little Rock, Ark., is the attractive guest one. . James M. Saufley was nere from of Miss Laura Sandidge, of the West Sunbright, Tenn., en route to FrankE"dMiss Lucile Crowe will go to Lex- fort to attend the unveiling of the at ington the latter part of this week to bronze tablet by his sing in a Red Cross benefit. Dan- Annapolis in honor of his brother, Lieut. Caswell Saufley, who was Killville Messenger. Mr. J. R. Cook, of Somerset, was ed in an aeroplane flight at Pensaco- was acin the city Wednesday. Hedaughter, l0,Mrt:: husband James Helm, whoseofficer, companied by his pretty is army is a distinguished Cook. Miss Jessamine Her Anderson has re- with Mrs. G. B. Cooper. Helm, little Miss Mary Banks who Miss Carolyn turned home after spending several daughter, school at Berkele. Cal.. this Mrs. W. S. Ander- attended days with Mr. and Clara vear came home with Miss mothson, of Louisville. the Mrs. Eliza Ferrill, Mrs. Glenn Cooper from that city and here for her. Ratcliff and Miss Christine Ferrill, er came Margaret Jennings, daughter Marv of Waynesburg, were here at the acof Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jennings, flag raising Jsaturaay. E. Johnston Miss Clark Gentry, who has been companied Mrs. Joseph ru., " quite ill for several days is not im- to nttsDurgn, a few weeks. It .is quite Miss Liccie with her for proving very rapidly a trip for the little lady, but her Beazley is nursing her. and daughter, friends are sure she will emoy it and Mrs. J. H. Turner know that she will make friends of Miss Edna Grace Turner, of were here Thursday, guests all she comes in contact with. of relatives and friends. MRS. BROWN ENTERTAINS Mr. and Mrs. R. Cobb, Sr., and ht-- b V T Rrnwn pntortamed thO Miss Elveree Cobb, of Boyle, have Tuesdav Afternoon Club it her nome miosis nf Mr. and Mrs. R. on weunesaay uimniuun. u.u ...... Cobb, Jr., in Madison county. afternoon was me John Reid McKinney, who left last ture of the which an elegant lur.ch Marion, 0., in search of a Contest afterPatriotic colors were usweek for position, has secured a good one with wasinserved. the decorations. Mis?e3 Anne U. ed the Fisk Automobile Tire Company. McRoberts and Mary Early assisted daughi no Mrs. John R. Williams and Mrs. Brown in entertaining 5?nuf-leter, Miss Mary Williams, of guests were: Mrs. Shelton M. were here the first of the Mrs. J. S. Rice, Mrs. J. H. Woods, week the guests of Mrs. Susan B. Mrs. J. B. Foster, Mrs. J. S. OwsYeager. T Bruce, Mrs M. D. George C. Keller and ley, Mrs. R G. Carpenter, Mrs. A. Mesdames Earlv, Mrs. J. daughter, Mrs. Louis Dolive, of Or- H. Severance, Mrs. S. J. Emnry, lando, Fla., are visiting the former's Mrs."?. C. Bailey. parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe E. Farris, c:v.f mif nf niirhtpnn German air- in Danville. Mrs. R. II. Metcalf and children, olanes that raided the const of Eng oy who have been with her father, Mr. land Tuesday were brougnt uown the in J. L. Beck and family at McKinney, the British. The casualtiesneau ami towns left this week to join her husband at thirtv-si- attacked were twelve injured. Detroit. Mich. class-mates HOUSE DRESSES CflOur entire line of "Elec trie House I Jresses. ,;m th newest style Uingham an MILLINERY (iloaranco J All Trimmed Hats at final 'pr'if1?. Percale, at sale prices. $1.25 Dresses now at $ .89 $2.00 Dresses now at...$1.50 $2.50 Dresses now at...$1.95 $15.00 $10.00 $ 7.50 $ 5.00 Hats, Hats, Hats, Hats, now now now now at...$7.50 at ...$5.00 at...$3.75 at...$2.50 full length Rubberized Raincoats for Ladies and Misses at $1.98 e Silk Rubberized and Coats at $4.75, $6.75 and $8.50. Crav-anett- RAINCOATS CJ An extra special value in ""."":; GIRLS'DRESSES AND BOYS' WASHABLE SUITS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES! WASH GOODS, If Our emire line of Cotton Wash Qods at greatly reduced pries. 14c yd. lest '36 inch Percales. 12c yd. lor 5 c Shirting 1 Nich-olasvill- e, WHITE GOODS Flaxons, Organdies, Batistes, Nainsooks, Piques and Fancy White Goods at reduced prices. CjfAll Linens, SILK.S hn ruii Nich-olasvill- e, y, Madras 10c yd. lor 12 2c Dress Ginghais. 10c yd Rr best Amosgeag Apron iinghams. Best Light 6 c yd-F- or l-2- HOUSEHOLD LINENS $f All Table Linens, Towels, Napkins, Crashes, Sheets and Sheetings at reduced prices. 81x90 Bleached Sheets, 79c HOSIERY AND GLOVES jAll "ONYX" Hosiery in Silk Lisle and Cotton at reduced prices. Best $1.25 Silk Hose at $1.10 Silk Gloves, ..?. at ...59c Mattings, Rugs and Linoleums At Reduced Prices Calicoe. fOur entire line of black and Colored Silks at reduced prices. $1.25 yd. 36 in. Colored Poplins, now 95c 36-i$1.50 yd. Colored Taffetas, now $1.20 $1.25 yd. 40 in. Crepe de Chenec, now 98c 75c yd. 36 in. Stripe Shirting Silks, now .. 49c 75c yd. 40 in. Georgette Crepes, now 59c n. . x ORSETS , UNDERWEAR all Silk Liberty Loans The First National Bank hai subscribed for $20,000 par value of the 15-3- 0 CJA11 Crsets at reduced prices, iduding such celebrated nrkes as La Camille, tyemo, En Ton and Royal Worcest Ladie Misses and Shoes AReduced Prices Chil-lren- 's Lisle Vests and f All reduced; also Union Suits and Muslin Underwear. Muslin Gowns at 45c, 68c, 89c and $1.12. Lace Curtains and Curtain ' Nets At Reduced Prices Two-Clas- p year 3 2 per patriotic' cent Gold Bonds of the United States, believing it was its duty to aid our country to raise money to prosecute the war, and because we were satisfied it was a safe investment. bonds Those persons desiring to purchase, or subscribe for these will pleaso call, or write, and they will be furnished at par and WTCH OUR BARGAIN SQUARE COUNTER FOR SURPRISE PRICES ON REMNANTS AND SPECIAL BARGAIN ITEMS or their personal subscription will be received, and bonds bonds bought for them free of cost. The First National Bank Stanford, Ky. Wish & Wiseman Co Danville, Kentucky tf Page Six: The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, June 8, 1917. of this kind, conceived in mnUce and brought forth in injustice, would bo accepted by cither House of ConLouisville Post. gress. ii A Good Home It the be.t legacy ever left one's family. Why not own your owny lux-urhome? Thousands are enjoying the privilege. It it no longer n A home of your own is a constant bulwark but an economy. against adversity and a comfort in old age. iz?2?z- - y ' VJ 7"H L if. Everything Comes to Him Who Waits On Himself The sooner you select your home and invest your money the better. go For property will never be any cheaper and is just as sure to as you exist today. The population is rapidly increasing all higher know the time and the earth is not stretching one bit and you have homes. Think it over, come to see us and we have got to will talk it over and then look over some of the places that we have for sale. We have one of the very best lists of properties in central Kentucky for sale and we know that our prices cannot be beat. The following is a few of the many places we have for sale: peo-pi- e No. 219 Three acres of land all cleared and under Rood fence; two story, six room house; barn and other outbuildings; spring and good well; some fruit trees. Close to pike. Near school and church and in splendid community. Price only $1,000 and terms easy. No. 220 71 acres of first class bottom land only one mile from the court house. Has magnificent brick residence, etc. All of this land is first class hemp and tobacco land. Js well watered and fenced and an ideal home. It will pay you to look at this place for it is priced right and terms are also easy. A good chance for some one to make some money. Two story six room residence; garden; well at door and all necessary outbuildings. Right at good school and church. The price on this ill sell, place is as cheap as dirt. No. 98 Poor, helpless, hope less, sick, Buffering, mis-CrnDIC woman, aiii. ui- saiiso eho doesn't know any better. Sick jecauao eho doesn't really know why. Sick because the orpani that mako her a woman aro not properly performing their unctions and po arc pending nervo with aches and pains nnd distress all JcfTcrs over her quivering body. Mr. Tom McBeo has been playing Nino-teIn of women's mcknera comes with the copperhead snnkes. from disorder of these ppecial organs. Tho havoc symptoms arc various the cause tho name. He has killed five or six on tho farm )r. Pierce's Favorite Prescription iitha of the widow Carrier, on South Fork. Sweet potato plants seem to be remedy for tho headache, backache, wakefulness, neuralgia and fifty very scarce in this part of the counother troubles of women which can always try. Clarence Burton, of Detroit, Mich., be traced directly to feminino weakness or disease. Thousands of women riplithcroin has come homo to be with his wife. Mr. Oscar Horton and Mr. Lucinn Kentucky, after years of discouragement, have written to Dr. Pierce, Invalids' Reed, of Detroit, Mich., were here Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y and now thank Iron for a few days with homcfolks, before registering for the army. for their renewed he.ilth and happiness. Sunday school seems to bo proIt is a medicine dcvNed to cure one certain kind of disease female disease. It gressing nicely at Pleasant Poinj with brings case and comfort and sleep. It re- good attendance. Mr. W. C. Alford is on the sick stores perfect health. It fills out.chcck-hollowbrightens the eyes, puts Vira and list. snap into the whole body. Mr. Collis Singleton is up but can prepared It is a wonderful prescription glycerine, not walk, his many friends will be only from nature's roots with sorry to hear. with no alcohol to falsely Ptimulatc. It Mr. Oliver Singleton is home to banishes pain, headache, low ppmts, hot see his parents before registering for sensations, worry the army. flashes, dragging-dow- n and sleeplessness surely and without loss of time. WHAT A $50 BOND MEANS Sick women are. invited to consult Dr. Whoever buys a $50 Liberty Bond Pierce, by lettcr.rrc. Address Dr. Pierce, is helping Uncle Sam supply his boys Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. nt the front with any one of these The modern improvement in pills Dr. L necessities: Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. They help Naune tnousand rounds ot ammuniture, instead of fighting with her. tion; mc-wgea nt nerv-omne- 2J PLEASANT POINT The farmers of this section seem very proud of the good rains we are having and nlso the good sunshine. The ilttlo son of Mr. nnd Mrs. S. C. Alford is very sick nt this writing. Mrs. Izc Stuhl is very low with dropsy at this time. Dr. Laswell nnd family, of King's Mountain, have gone to Mt. Vernon to attend a family reunion. Everett Dye came home to register. The Monticello oil men have moved their machine to the land known ns the Ball Innd joining Mr. Tobe fim Mat Contents lSTluid Drachm CASTORIA For Infanta and Children. ii CASTORW trtvT j.i- - Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria ALCOHOL-- 3 PER CENT, AVcicfablcIrcparationlorAs-- f 1 OllllIU""., llnijthcStomacns and Uovreg" iwi:"" . Always Bears the Vv nl i TltcrcbypTooiln$DcsUon Cheerfulness ana Mineral. Signature of Opiufn.Morphlncnor, JtJ In Not NAncoTlc fumpun J Afr OnfftZ JlMhclhSaitt ham Std fiAwffuiSntr i T Ifv Ait )Miytrtnfi'r t .fr..i Remcdv for Constipation and Diarrhoea Use For Over anYoTsoSLEVp r..ftfl Wk rcsultinherefrotnMnJnfawy. facsimile Sinatnrepf W3&A XuECnrrATOGonPor- e!5or Twine ruwiy-i -- ia Thirty Yeara and make right terms. This place can be bought for less than the lumber cost to build the house. It will pay you to investigate this trade large blacksmith shop right and a money maker. located Will sell mighty cheap. No. 90 A Yet it is proposed in Congress to impose upon the publishers a 2 per cent, tax on advertising, the chief source of its income. The proposition -- fit. character. The publisher has but two articles to sell: the paper to subscribers; space in this paper to advertisers. Probably no other manufacturing business is conducted on a profit so small compared to the gross receipts of a newspaper. Of every dollar the railroads receive G3 cents only is used for the conduct of traffic and for nil of the incidental expenses of the transportation business; 35 cents goes to pay taxes and the capital in some form; that is, the business is conducted upon a basis of 50 per cent, gross pro- TAXING NEWSPAPER REVENUE The publishing business is a manufacturing business of a peculiar No ''"l 31 acres of land all one in mile 'from the court house, fenced and grass, well watered andbuilding site. an ideal location for a Price right. as applied to gross receipts for cosmetics, chewing gum and automobiles was abandoned. No one. has .. liertrfl or any proposition v.. gross earnings of banks, commercial houses or the great manufacturing interests of America. The publishing business is singled out for an exces sive and an exclusive tax on gross n-- -- nn Three standard rifles; il''", n Sixteen shelter tents for 31 men; Exact Copy of Wrapper. Six woolen overcoats, or 1 One thousand two hundred and fifty pounds of bread; WANT RATES REDUCED Four hundred pounds of fresh Coal dealers of Lancaster have beef; One hundred and twenty pounds filed a petition with the State Railroad Commission, asking for a rebutter. duction in the rate from Jellico field The first detailed news from Don- to Lancaster. They complain that the ald B. MacMillan, head of tho Crock- rate to Louisville, 100 miles beyond, er land expedition, announced that is $1 the ton on nut and block and he and his expedition had only enough 90 cents on steam coal, while the provisions to last them until August rate to Lancaster Is 51.20. The petiof this year, and asked that a relief tion is signed by H. B. Northcutt, Milling ship be sent. It was announced that Bailey & Moss, Garrard the steam sailing ship Neptune prob- Company, F. B.Marksbury, S. 3. S. Lumber Company and Hudson, ably will sail July 1 with supplies. Hughes & Farnau. One prisoner was killed and eight ENLIST AT LEXINGTON were injured in a series of riots in Three sets of brothers enlisted at the State prison at Joliet, 111. Prison yard buildings were destroyed by the the recruiting station at Lexington fires the inmates set. A heavy rain Monday. They were C. O. Sanderson. drove the mutineers to the cellhouse Howe Sanderson and M. C Sanderafter they had refused to move be- - son, of Lexington; J. T. Lail and f""i of Lexington, and Shade men. FranKlm and George Franklin, of Colly. Sam Franklin, a cousin, of jvuy, eniistea aiso. 0i 1 7t .U RHKMIKiS t -- zjj CASTORIA TMt CtOTAOK COMPANY, MtWYOKH CITY. FIFTY-FIFTY Passing a hand over his forehead paused the worried d for breath as he surveyed the recruit. Then he pointed a scornful finger. "No," he declared,, "you're hopeless. "You'll never make-soldier. Look at you now. The top 'alf of your legs is standin' to attention, an' the bottom 'alf is stand-i- n' at ease!" drill-sergea- nt knock-knee- a Tit-Bit- s. To the Public: represent the largest and best made clothing home In this country- -Ed T. Price and Co., Chicago. III. My In measuring and directing the jour clothes, gires me the advantage-ore- r one who is not a practical tailor. I yonv will give me your order, I will promise you square deal. Ton will get the worth ot your money, either in the cheapest grades or the My higher prices. MU I '" SPRING AND SUMMER line ot samples spection. Can The publishers ire not asKirg exemptions of any kind. They are perfectly willing to stand any tax deemrovcrnnier.t, ed necessary by the r S m V 11 t ST it Jl tract of 00 No proved "land close to town on good pike; well watered and fenced and site. A all in grass. Good building mile out dandy small farm. Only one and price low. Terms easy. 17-ac- re unim- heart' No rented. town and both are always rooms are a splendid investThese ment and always pay a good dividend will interest you. No in the 38 Two store-room- s of Stanford. Best location in me after taxes, insurance and repairs that mii.1. Will make a price on these provided always that a likp tav is imposed upon men in other branches of business. This tax on gross receipts precedes any tax on income; in some rises it would make any income impossible and in all cases will reduce the inA come of newspapers seriously. large part of all the government gets from this tax on gross reccipU it will lose by a reduction of income. The injustice of this tax must be apparent, as there is no possible way of fixing the ratio of expense to income. In other words, the tax will weij-jpon fall with a different I poub'"T,Trf - 7 rWf n THEY'VE HIKED The Centre College men lost no tllTlO in hitfinir tVin fn UA and only about twenty-fiv- e are here today. They all went to the fp.rm or enlisted in the Army, which shows a spirit of patriotism some of our loafing element about town would do well to adopt. Danville Messenger. ti-n- IvUJrLllL I HP DI TDI V 17 Is now ready far your Innow and let me show you- - Practical 8TANT0BD. Tailor Ky. J. L Beazley & Co. 7 VLrv 7lr !i Six sons of four Cabinet officers and the son of the Speaker of the House of Representatives have ai- readv enlisted or nrn nhnnf tn nnliof with the fighting forces of the Unit- eu nJ l Undertaker Lmr''mer Phone 42. Stanford. Kv. states. "3 Nice large hotel in good town,' well located and in uood good Has an extra large lot and Earn and is splendid opportunity for any one contemplating going into the on hotel business. This property is maiket and is going to sell. the We have several nice business for sale and all money makers, splendid gc.into ocations etc. If you want to talk !no a business we would like towe know matter over with you for that we have some propositiors that will interest you. We also havo the for St Aaph Hotel for mile and also relit. The present rental contract ex- 1 pires on July 15th, 1917 and wi every newspaper establishment. It is not conceivable that members 6f Congress will look to this item as a revenue item. It is a punitive meas ure, primarily, it orgmiiteu in me bureaus of the Postoffice, win for twenty years have been arraigning the newspaper business in an effort to make its use of the mails impossible. The Senate Finance Committee rebill be used A HA , FELLOW e is Wheat Flour CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD! U. S. Government ARTICLES Beef, sirloin Mutton, leg Pork, loin Cheese Milk .T WE L MET. n T ests Prove It. Energy 10 cents will buy 1030 1035 1 185 1365 1489 2025 2950 You should ow this Hail He may be friend in need. He has saved n nr tobacco growers from ruin, 410 445 M aBal rent it fully furnished and equipped. charge All you will have to do is take 'begin to make money. and dolWe also have several thousand good want to loan on lars that clients land notes. If you want money come to tee us. the suggestion that tlv tax for the purpose of reof tho constructing the business Postoffice. It must, therefore, be con sidered solely as a tax measure, nnd as a tax measure it is onerous, discriminative, unequal, unjust and most injurious to a perfectly legitimate business, the greater part of whoso revenue goes to the employment of labor. If any one would suggest a tax of 2 per cent, on the gross earnings of coal, regardless of where the coal was produced or whether it was hard or soft coal, his suggestion would receive no consideration. In 1916 the "average" price of coal in the bitujected minous an-trac- Hitford IfeilPolicy You can secil his protection in the llarttomlre Insurance Company for a ftlcents a day. Let us introduce Butter Rice Breakfast Foods Potatoes Beans, dried Wheat Flour 6540 3040 (U. S. Department of Agriculture Farmers Bulletin No. 142) ENERGY Muscle and Strength Giving Qualities Jesse D Wearen THE INSlANCE MAN J. H. Baughman & Co. SPECIAL EXCURSION SUNDAY, JUNE 10 rooms, No 224 A house of four good' yard and garden, on Boone Highway and a coiner lot. Rents for .ado. Will sell or Price only $000 and terms to buit you. MAY PUTUT TICKET field wns $1.01. In the field it was about $3: but it The Republicleaders of Fayette varied in different mines, in different county are saiilo be in favor of sections of the country and in the dif- puttinp up canltes for the two Hughes and ferent sections of the State. A 2 per cent, tax amounting to about 2 cents a bushel, would be most unjust and a revenue proposition most burdensome. There would be no excuse for such a tax. Certninlyno one would single out the coal business ns nn ob ject of ivath, and it is used as an illustration of the injustice of this proposition. It would seem impossible thnt such a measure would seriously be reported to the Senate. It ought to be impossible to suppose that an act legislative scats!! at least a partial ticket for tlounty offices. No matter who thilminees are they by tho Lexing will be hand-pic- l ton and rayeuointy organization. The Renublicansle not tasted any of the local "pi Fayette county since the fusion rement six years ago and they halot had n Repre- bi;iiuii.iv i; in innibiuiurc since Johnny Stoll anl C. Patrick held down tho two rite county seats. Buy a Libertyld. Southern Railway System Following Round Trip Fares in effect from Danville. Ky, to MXarty Stanford, Ky. Office Phone 180 1 w.VMl?Jj J WI Ask By tho timely nnd periodic?! a GOOD blood tonic, ine dcsc time ?s in 8 or at its Preserved neaitn m a vigorous qppronch. una nappy oiu ugu, During CO years S. S. S. has I irmed this rvico for millions. Cleansing thl id lightens the work on your liver and kldl xou leel better and live longer. At your ist's. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO, ATL Hundreds Of Tiisands Have Kept Tho? tea I th Louisville $1.50 Lawrenceburg .$1.00 Shelbyville Harrodsburg. . .$ .50 and $1.25 Similar reductions to all local stations between Danville Lexington and Louisville. Tickets limited for return trip to date of sale. RETURNING No. 9 will be held at Louisville until . . .5:30 P. M. System. Home Phones 152 and 184 Grasdhtkcr He'M TeM m- Y- S.S.S. Will PrtscnYoiire For further information see Ticket Agent.SouthernRailwey "tp- - The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, June 8, 1917. Page Sever fill Bl United Sh States Do You Dread Hot Weather? 1 you near prosirauoru 1 ne ucu man isn t airatu uut it 13 trying uu uiu wuaKuni'u ijoj U.tJ ttMVJuuiuwK,? UMbUl JfUUIV1iUlllUl.ll " 01 neat. ", BUILD UP YOUR STRENGTH PERUNA INVIGORATES Get your (llgwitton In order, remove all Irritation, dispel all aUrnatlon. Put yourself la shape to injoy the tummcr with a good tonic. f miv i TirS Look For This Service Sign lllfllaVfl RMORR ra EKWDlMi Im WWig 4 ! L.-- tho nrrfcctlon of diction and remove thnlnflam-ti- l conditions (catarrh) that mke you weak. IttrrehrnsthMilood, steadies the nerves, and supplies Just what you Dn.il to inter tho bot eaon with confidence. I'eruna Is a rial Umic, with especial ifficaey In catarrhal conditions. Liquid or tablet form whichever Ii most convenient will safeguard your health. It rmtorea The Poruna Company, Columbus, Ohio I1 X ,' i Rill Tire dealers displaying this sign carry a complete line of United States Tires. the 'Nobby', the 'Chain', the 'Royal Cord', the 'Usco', the 'Plain', a tire for every need of price and use. This sign also means to you tire service that the dealer can supply you every sort of tire service from testing your wheel alignment and putting on your tires to a complete line of the best tire accessories in the world. Dealers who display this sign are the best dealers in- their respective communities. Deal with them depend on their judgment and you will have supreme tire service. - WHISKY GOING HIGHER approximately An increase from .$1 a quart to at least $2 in the retail price of whisky and the entire suspension of its manufacture are predicted at the Seventh district internal revenue office if the now tax on , upon Monday in the Senate is enacted into law as a part of war tax bill. It is proposed to place n taK of $20 a bushel equivalent to from 85 to $0 a gallon on all grain cereals or other foodstuffs used in making whisky or other distilled spirits Thi in addition to the tax of $2.20 a gal-Io- n already collected on whfakv will make it impossible for distillers to manufacture with any profit, disfill-cr- s say. In order to supply the demand it will be necessary to draw unon the whisky stored in bonded warehouses. More" than 20,000,000 gallons nf whisky are in bond in the S"enth district, nnd when this is placed on tho market it will probably ho at a nrice about double what it sells for at the presdnt time. On April 3 ) there were 23,077,133.7 gallons of whisky in bond in the Seventh district, according to Collector Bon Mnrshs'll but the amount is somewhat lc now on account of withdrawals. If tho bill is enacted the value of th!s whiskv will be increased by everil milLexington Leader. lion dollars. finance-committee- the manufacture of whisky, nreed A British squadron has heavily bombarded the German naval base at Ostend, Belgium, and also has sunk a German torpedoboat destroyer and put to flight five other German vessels of this class in the North Sea. An Austrian destrojer has been sunk in the Adriatic by a "uhmnrine. J. S. Mobley & Son MC KINNEY Sell the Champion Cream Saver THE .NEW ALMOST DE-LAVA- U. any separator will do cood work when It Is brand new, perfectly adjusted ami skimming warm milt from freshened cows. But a separator can't always b new, cows can't always be fresh, nor can you nlways separate your milk while It Is at b5 or 00 degrees. In other words, your separating Is done under practical conditions, and a the sensible thing to do Is to practical wparator. gt uiiiii y ii i w ii i United States Tires . . ORPHAN BRIGADE BUYS BONDS The Orphan Brigade, of which Goneral V. B. Haldeman, of Louisville, is the commander, was tho first of all Confederate tlm arc at Washiri'trn for cl." reunion to place itself on record when it was decided unanimously Monday to convert the $300 in it? treasury into Liberty bonds. Decision to purchase Liberty bonds wnc rnnplmil nf n mnpfintr nf rVlP liril'- nde held in the parlors of the New Varnum hotel soon after the Ken- tucky veterans and their party arrived in Washington. The meeting, called to order by General Haldeman was loud in its nraise of the suggestion made by its commander when h moved that the savings of twenty-figyears of the brigade be used in purchasing six Liberty bonds of $30 denomination. te ht The NEW De Laval is the most practical separator you can buy because It Is the only separator that you can depend upon to skim clean under any and all conditions of milk and temperature, and to deliver cream of uniform thickness. bowl The new which gives the machine greater capacity and skimming efficiency, the De Laval bell which alone would be worth many dollars n year to a cow owner, the Improved automatic oiling system and the many other improvement found in no other make of machine, make the NEW De Laval by far tho mo:t satisfactory separator to operate and tlm most profitable to own. speed-Indicato- You De buy a NEW can Are Good Tires A i s Tire for Event Need of Price and Use 'Nobby' 'Chain' 'Royal Cord' 'U3cof 'Plain ern Kentucky." c Mrs. Li. K. Flanerv, of Revoa. will oon have from the press of the Broadway Publishing Company, of New York, a volume entitled "Some Impressions of Rural Life in East- from liberal terms. Come In and examine the machine and talk it over. Laval us on m POPULAR EXCURSION United Stales TUBES and TUIE ACCESSORIES Have All the Stirl ng W'vth and Wear that Make United states Tires Supreme auam SMITH, BECKHAM'S FAVORITE Hon. Sherman Cooper, of Somerset, was here Wednesday en route to Pineville. Mr. Cooper was collector at Danville for seven years under a republican administration and made a good one. Asked if he thought Senator Beckham would try and get Collector John W. Hughes' scalp, he said: "I, of course, do not know, but I want to say to you that if he does, Ben V. Smith, of my town, will get the office. Senator Beckham anu wr. Smith are the greatest of friends and I believe that the Senator had rather see him collector than any man in the State, now that Haley has a job." m wk ksmiml!mmiim ommiUHiBl 1 lSSk in ! " ii.umuvKTA v jesssax' ' -- p; .T" i.V. 'I IMP UNITED STATES TIRES ARE CARRIED BY THE FOLLOWING SALES AND SERVICE DEPOTS WHO CAN TELL YOU WHICH OF THE FIVE TYPES OF UNITED STATES TIRES EXACTLY SUITS YOUR NEEDS: illlPli! 1 hllHMI A TWENTY MILLION CINCINNATI 0,i"r- - r'P -- jf J. H.C.Anderson,Stanford Federal authorities of Missouri, Kansas, Ohio and New York yesterday arrested a score of persons suspected of being participants in alplots. Two of leged those arrested at Kansas City earlier in the day had sought unsuccessfully to obtain an injunction to prevent Gov. Gardner and other officials next from enforcing registration Tuesday. Judge Daniel Bird, ot the Circuit Court, upheld thet draft act, charactering it as the best means to raise an aimy that had ever been tried. In a joint statement from their respective party headquarters at Chairman Willcox, of the Republican National Committee, and Chairman McCormick, of the Democratic National Committee, call upon party committeemen and workers throughout the country to put their machinery into operation to aid army draft registration officers. Y ash-ingto- Sunday, June lO, 1917 Southern Railway System VIA From .T unction City There are thousands of children who are bright but frail not sick but play with their foodthey catch colds easily and do not thrive they only need in the pure, rich liquid-food underdeveloped they RAISE The total equalized assessment of property in Kentucky for 1917, is which is a raise of $921,988,470, $20,457,098 over the total of county assessments and $23,1534,040 more than the 191G equalized assessment. A certain Kentucky editor has the sympathy of the entire publishing fraternity. A society woman in his town was hostess at an exclusive function. The editor wrote a head on So's 1'ig the story, "Mrs. Fete," and the printer set it. "Mrs. So's Big Feet." So-nn- Special Train Lpuvpn Junction City at .":'!." A. M. l Trnlii l.(iirn Clurtiimitl lit (lilO 1. M. lttiiriiina Sin-eiu- Thi attrj(ltBt tt CltjBBjtt Jrt uumttiut jaj lattnttltif auj j Jjy t 1 H au if thjrtuzhly tujiytj. Detailed information on application to C. It. llAltUKHSO.N, I.orul TicUvt Aenil. .Iiuirltoii City Ailtiit, Lriliidiou. Ky. II. C. K!N(a. IHvlMioii I'uMNt-iiiir-r scoirs EMULSION them going. Children relish SCOTT'S and it carries rare nutritive qualities to their blood streams and gives them flesh-foobone-foo- d LIFE INSURANCE The Mutual Benefit has survived every great panic in America. It went through the American Civil War with credit to itself, and now offers to the American public, at this time of stress, demonstrably secure undiM a life insurance protection 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 vho hive enlisted or who expect tn enlist, nnd no extra premium the first policy year unless the insured goes outside of the United States in war service or enters naval service. HAIL INSURANCE Don't forget that I will he 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. d So-an- d A reduction of the tax on railroad, steamship and Pullman car transportation from 10 to 5 per cent, was agreed upon by the Senate Finance Committee. This would mean less tax upon transportation. The committeo also adopted a new method for taxing express packages, levying 1 cent upon each 25 The Administration's fight for a cents paid, and decided to make the war censorship on newspapers was same rate apply to parcel post lost in Congress when the Houso refused to accept even a modified secMacauley'b The- tion for a censorship in tho Espio, At a meeting at ater, Louisville tonight Gov. Stanley nage Bill. Tho Senate already had will call upon all Kentuckians to rally placed itself on record as opposed to . to the support of the Government by a censorship. buying Liberty Loan bonds and by Hoarding, storage or destruction assisting in the registration or the Governor will of food, fuel or other necessities of selective draft. The be the only speaker at the patriotic life to limit supply or affect prices meeting that has been arranged for would be a felony undor tho terms by the Kentucky branch of the Na of a Senate amendment to the Administration Food Bill. tional Council of Defense. $35,-000,000 to start them growing and keep Prince of Udine yesterday tho floor of the Senate a from King Emmanuel welthe entry of the United States into the war and expressing confidence of ultimate victory. The read on message coming To save light tho young woman who has a soldier sweetheart will be patriotic enough to sit on the vine-cla- d d, and strength-food- . 14-- Nothing harmful in SCOTT'S. Scott 4 Bowne. Bloomfield, N.I. 1 Mrs. John B. Wathen, of Louis, ville, through oversight left her pocketbook containing $9.70 in change and a check for $3,600 in a church pew in that city Saturday afternoon. She returned and found tho pocketbook, but tho money and check porch this summer, and every little bit helps. Courier-Journal. yesterday fixed for corn of $1.(55 future delivery, recent action on Chicago Board of Trade directors a maximum price on all contracts for following up their wheat. tu An opinion has been asked of Judge Advocate General Crowder as First Subway Director "Wo may to the status of American living have to provide more seats." abroad under tho draft registration Second Subway Director "Non act. sense! Simply have 'The Star- Spangled' played on all cars." Life. Buy a Liberty Bond. were gone. Page Eight The Interior Journal, Stanford; Kentucky: Friday, June 8, 1917. Clearance Now Come Progress No THIS SALE IS AN OFFERING OF BONA FIDE REDUCTIONS ON EVERY ARTICLE IN ONE OF THE BEST ASSORTED, HIGHEST GRADE STOCKS OF DRY GOODS AND LADIES' GARMENTS IN KENTUCKY. ONLY SUCH MERCHANDISE AS IS WANTED BY THE VERY PARTICULAR TRADE. Cf NEVER BEFORE IN ANY OF OUR CLEARANCE SALES WAS THERE SUCH AN OPPORTUNITY FOR MONEY SAVING AS IN THIS SALE. EVERY ITEM HAS ADVANCED AND WILL NOT BE &S CHEAP AGAIN FOR SOME YEARS in the Mornings! TERMS, SPOT CASH! TAILORED SUITS HALF PRICE We offer our entire line of Wooltex and New York made suits except navy and black at exactly one-haour regular prices. This includes Silk Suits as well.lf - Goods Laid Aside or Sent On Approval SILK DRESSES HOUSEHOLD LINENS When the great war began we laid in an immense line of Pure Linen Tabic Damaikt of all kinds. Also These are now Napkins, Table Cloths and Towels. worth more than three times what we paid for them and no more pure linens coming over. . $50.00 Tailored Suits, all colors $35.00 Navy and Black Suits now $35.00 Suits, other colors $25.00 Navy and Black Suits $25.00 Suits, other colors $19.75 Suits, in other colors fc9 flfl " We have in stock iearly one hundred most desirable styles in street and afternoon dresses in all the popular materials and colors. Taffetas, Crepe de Chenes, Pongees, Georgette, Etc. Specials 10c Yd Best Fast Color Apron' ham. Ging- For two years we have given our customers advantage of our foresight and now we are getting to the end, but still have a fair assortment of Irish and German Damasks that ARE EVERY THREAD PURE LINEN. These will be in Sale at Reduced Prices. dO0 VpO.Ovr d1 f d-- These ranged in price from $12.50, $15.00, $18.00 $25.00 and on up to $85.00. To make a quick clearance of these we will offer very decided reductions during this sale. Some exquisite 14c Yd Genuine Punjah Percales, best Percales made. 36-inc- h, 59c Kimona Aprons, made of genuine Amoskeag Ginghams. j ? Party and Dance Dresses will also be offered very cheap. NEW WASH DRESSES We have more than a hundred absolutely new White and Colored Wash Dresses which are just coming into season. d1 O dQ OC d P 75 of about fifty Worth-mor- e Waists. All perfect, but just single waists left over from recent selling. Choice DRESS SILKS Every piece of Silk, both Plain and Fancy, in our stock will be marked down for this sale. All colors in Taffetas, Satins, Georgettes, Crepe de Chenes, and a great many fancy dress silks. $15.00 Suits, in other color now But as everything is advertised these will also be offered at reduced prices. ttf aOJ 85c Fine bleached Sheets, seamless and hemmed full, 81x90 inch. Remember that woolen goods will be much higher. 29c TABLE CLOTHS AND NAPKINS ready-mad- e Table We have about twenty-fiv- e Cloths some with napkins to match, in all sizes from two yards square to three yards square, and from two to four yards long. These are PURE LINEN. Also about one hundred dozen pure Linen Napkins from $3.00 to $10.00 per dozen. SPRING COATS Only about forty Coats left and these are marked down to very low prices to close. Come early if interested in coats. CHILDREN'S DRESSES HALF PRICE We will offer an assorted lot of Detroit-Princes- s make of Children's Gingham Dresses at exactly half price. These are in all sizes and many styles. Principally one .of a style. Prices were $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $4.00, now just half. Extra heavy full bleached Turkish Bath Towels, hemmed size 21x43 inches. 12 l-- 2c HOUSE DRESSES We offer all our Dresses and Morning for this sale. $2.00 House Dresses now $2.50 House Dresses now $3.00 House Dresses now $4.00 Morning Dresses now $5.00 Morning Dresses now I Dix-Mak- e Dresses and Princess House at decided reductions These will be at Reduced Prices. SILK SHIRT WAISTS We offer a line of over 200 new Crepe de Chene and Georgette Waists to select from, and all at very decided reductions for this sale only. $3.75 Waists now Special value in White Homespun Crash Toweling market value is 20 cents. $1.10- Pure Silk Stockings, in black, white and colors and fancies, McCallum, Kayser, either Gotham Gold Stripe or Onyx make. TOWELS AND CRASHES We have nearly one hundred pieces of Crash Towfrom 15c to 30c eling which we own at old prices Also a good more. per yard now worth one-hastock of Huck Towels and Bath Towels and a few lots of Pure Linen Huck Towels now out on the market. lf d CC P 1 tUU d QC $1.60 d0 OC yMiOU P X .IO JQ f?ES 0 npimijf C Petticoats, with Seco tops and wide full ruffle of Taffeta Silk, in all colors. Genuine Irish Union Linen Ta ble Damask, full 70 inch wide, in five beautiful patterns. 19-i- $1.30 Yd 20c Yd All at Reduced Prices for this Sale. t1 )1'ibU pOJ OC $6w:::z.... $9.00 Waists now : a $3.95 dC Q piJ.I7iJ Choice of about Seventy-fiv- e Women's House Dresses, formerly priced at white Pure Linen Crash Toweling. Remember, there are no more linen crashes to be had. Chamosette Gloves We have them in white in all sizes and they will be on sale $1.25 and $1.50, now WASH GOODS Best Fast Color Apron Ginghams, were 12 now Best 15c Madras Shirtings now Best 15c Dress Ginghams now c, at Reduced Prices. LADIES' FURNISHINGS Wooltex Pre-Shrun- k Skirts sale. JACK TAR MIDDIES Our entire line of the celebrated Jack Tar Middies will be at very low prices during this Genuine Punjab Percales now now 12c 12c 14c ,...16c llC X During this sale you can buy Gossard Front Lace Corsets, Warner's Rust Proof Corsets and Redfern Corsets at reduced prices. Also all kinds of Neckwear, Hosiery, Gloves, Jewelry, Lingerie, Etc. Finest and most perfectly tailored Wash Skirts made, and perfectly shrunk. Specially low prices on these skirts during this sale. Munsing Union Suits We will offer all Munsing Wear at special reductions during this sale. Many styles and qualities all good. WHITE GOODS Our entire line of Plain and Fancy White Goods will be marked down for this sale. Linen Lawn, Sheeting, Etc. We have a few pieces of Pure Linen Sheetings, Pillow Linens, White Dress Linens and Linen Lawns still in stock, and while thrie are practically out of the market we offer what we have at a discount during this sale. Fine Cheviot Shirtings Beio,w8ht Forty-inch Gold Jewelry During this sale we offer our entire line of Solid Gold Jewelry at a big discount. Cameo Brooches, Stick Pins, Neck Chains, LaVallieres, Rings, Wrist Watches, Etc. It will pay to buy your Christmas Gifts now. Ten-yar- d JU-inc- SPECIALS piece fine Shyna Nainsook, h Ten-yar- d h Nainsook, piece. Marquise Long 42-inc- c:,icr: Printed French Voiles now Finest 75c Sport Shirtings now New 35c Sport Shirtings now i2c OE ZIl49c 6 Sheeting, Cotton, Etc. next year. ings, Pillow Cases, Nainsooks, Bleach and Brown Cottons, Etc., will be at reduced prices for this sale. Buy all the sheets you will need for the piece Finest Chimosa h $2.50 l-- Everything in Domestics, Sheets and Sheet- Silverware, Cut Glass, Etc. Rogers' 1847 Silver, Alvin Silver, Sheffield Silver and Cut Glass will be in this sale at Reduced Prices. ....$3.35 ...$1.65 Ten-yar- d Cloth36-incThirty-six 25c now inch Pajama Cloth 12 2c Everything about this sale will be found EXACTLY AS REPRESENTED. No evasions of any kind. All goods marked in plain figures and reduction cards on each line so that you can figure sale prices quickly. A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO. MAIN STREET DANVILLE, KY.