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W ENTHUSIASTIC BOND MEETING RED CROSS SOCIETY FORMED REPUBLICANS NAMED TICKET GREAT MASONIC CELEBRATION Another rousing meeting for the Society is the lntest A Red Cross Extensive preparations are being The republicans got busy yester organization for Stanford and it is disposal of Liberty Loan Bonds was of Kentucky for Monday e day and named n ticket to bo voted j made by the Masons nlsb one of the vc'ry best. The society held at the al S. Hocker, as chairfor in the rcnublican primary of 1 the celebration of was formed here Friday afternoon morning. Mr. J.meeting to order and Stnte, August 4th. Instead of having a of organized Masonry in this by State Representative Frank C. man called the scramble for the nomination, the to be held at Crab Orchard Springs Green, of Carrollton, and his as- asked Rev F. M. Tinder, of LancasMadid. in prayer, which leaders got together and named the on June 23, and not only every repsistant, Hon. L. Meriwether Smith, ter to leadHocker went into hedetail men who will be tnc stnnoaru Dcar-cr- s sonic lodge in Kentucky will be ' of Hnrrodsburg. The officers arc Wil- Chairman the value of the bonds $fTimSi m?.i i of their party in the coming Nov- resented, but five thousand additionliam Severance, chairman; Dr. T. W. concerning ember election. Of course others may al visitors are expected to attend. Miss Es- nnd the necessity of their snlq in orPennington, run for the offices which the follow- The Grand Lodge of Kentucky, by Burch, secretary; J. W. Roches- der that the crpenses of the war ther ing gentlemen will try and get, but it resolution passed at the last session, ter, treasurer. For present the recep- might be met without burdensome tho will be useless as the word has been authorized the celebration of this tion room of Dr. Pennington will be taxation. Cashier H. G. Skilcs, of also event, and the committee appointed sent down the line that they arc the Crab Orchard Banking Co., followused for headquarters. The Lyne, as favored ones: For county judge, to carry out this resolution announcing young ladies, representing Red spoke, city.did Mr. George B. an inall The latter told in Squire J. A. Singleton, of Waynes- ed today that it has completed proCross Nurses, were busy on the of his burg district; for sheriff, ,Ed Hub- arrangements. A feature of thewhich street Monday soliciting member- teresting way what the Young Men's Kentucky is bard, of Stanford; for county attor- gram will be a barbecue, atwill be ships in the society and they were Christian Association of the Ameriof from 5,000 to 8,000 people ney, Judge John A. Chappell, the very successful: Misses Annie Rog- doing for who support of be fighting soon Stanford; for jailer, T. J. Burleson, fed. Prominent speakers from Kenbovs ers Powell, Mary Earlv, Sallie Mills canthe trenches will France. He stated of of Highland; for State Senator, John tucky and elsewhere will entertain ers Powell, Mary Earlv. Lottie in 0 A. Blain, of Hustonville; for magis- the crowds. The music for the occathe association would Carson, Mary Elizabeth McKinney, that worth of the bonds, take thnt of nnd trate in the Wnyesburg district. Mr. sion will be furnished by a band the Louisville and probably it would go as high as "W. Ends, of near Hustonville, a red Morrcl. The republicans are said to fifty pieces from McKinney. followShrincrs' band of Cincinnati, con$100,000. Hon. W. H. have gone at the joke in a business- sisting cow and calf for $70. Over 200 members have already ed Mr. Lyne and made Shanks pieces. The af of thirtv-fiv- e an interesting like way and there is no doubt that regreater part paid their dues and the R. S. Scuddcr, of .McKinney, some hope of getting an fair will conclude with a ball in the was followed by Attorney of the credit is due the above young talk. He S. Alcorn, who showed that cently bought of Wal Singleton a they havetwo, which of course they Springs hotel, the grand march being office or ladies, who worked untiringly from Kindrick sow and eight pigs for $42.50. of Kenled by the Grand Master a patriotic duty to not will never do. ELD. JOSEPH BALLOU enrly until late with the. court nay it was bond, only that it was a case of Craig Martin, of Russell tucky, 'Hon. Jnmes N. Saunders. The but All honor to thc splendid buy a crowd. Tenn., is the guest of his aunt, NEXT THURSDAY IS FLAG DAY celebration and barbecue aye free to good investment and at the Who Celebrated Hit 50th Anniver- young women and may they continue making a futhcrlng a great cause. 'JIrs. C. W. Lowell and family. families their same time Next Thursday. June 14th, is Na- all Masons, the Masonic lodges and sary At A Preacher With A in the good work so nobly begun. & Morris, of Shelby, sold Burton of Like many of us, Mr. Alcorn thinks yet friends. Both If you have Splendid Sermon Sunday to Leonard Wells, of Fayette, a car- tional Flag Day. your yard ornot home, Lexington have been appointed specthat the present war is a bigger proplaced a flag in OWENS FARM SELLS WELL at 12 load of export cattle generally ial committees to arrange for the The splendid farm of Sam M. position than the public That grand old man, of whom R. C. Nunnellcy bought of differ-e- you should do so on or before the trip and the hone to attend in a body, above date. The wholecivilized world proud, Eld. Jos- Owens, near McKinney, was sold by thinks. Cashier Ben Hudson, of the parties in Madison 15 extra nice strong. Quite Stanford is justly was presis now waving flags and they all ac- more than one hundred the United Realty Co., of Wilming- Citizens Bank of Lancaster, Chairman Ballou, celebrated the 50th cattle at 9 'and 10 cents a pound. ent and complied with knowledge that the United States has a number of persons from here will eph 0 close to of his entrance into the ton, N. C, Friday and Lynn contracted to Middleton words. Ho emblem that tioats. liv- nlso make the trip in automobiles. was realized for the 200 acres. Hocker's request for a few is making ot jo ministry by preaching an excellent Pence & Williams a bunch pound. the prettiest and every star fairly Lexington Leader. said that Garrard county stripe ery sermon qt .the Christian church Sun- The average was about $112.50 per a noble effort to float ,$100,000 lieavy hogs for 14 2 cents a of the day morning, from the text, "Foun- acre. James M. Reynolds, J. M. Tarkington bought of Bur- breathes patriotism. stars of heaven the bonds and that he is SPEAKING DATE CANCELED d "The mare dation of Our Faith Is Hope." Pre- Waynesburg section, bought the worth of the citizens will do so. Mr. gess Lawson an bright rays of red, And the sun's Hon. J. R. Mount, of Lancaster, vious to his sermon, Eld. Ballou home place of 130 acres; Frank Mar- confidenthas two sons who have entwo suckling mare mules for and The pure white clouds wind driven, who was advertised to speak here stated that during the past 50 years tin the 82 acres across the railroad Hudson $300. All, on one surface spread. court day, called off the he had preached in 26 counties and from the residence and A. C. Vaugh-n- n listed for service and he is intensely Monday, & McClintock, of BourCaywood of the The flag our fathers honored, engagement, because the circuit had held meetings in 75 churches. Wright a pair the remainder of the farm, 46 interested in the outcome subscripbon, sold to Clarence for The flag for which they bled." court room was not ir. condition to He had in that time baptized a grand- acres. Possession will be given in present conflict. A call many of our for mules mare of use. He' said the county court room mother, who carried him in her arms the fall. Mr. Owens, who has lived on tion was made, when 521. of tho BELL RINGS AT 9 O'CLOCK is too small and that he could not af- when he was a child. He had also the place for 50 years, tells the I. J. citizens took one or more through sold C.-R. L. 'Berry, of the West End, secured to engage the opera house. Both baptizod a man 102 years old the that he will not leave the neighbor- bonds. The bonds are following shows In accordance with a request made ford to Yowell & Eads, of Hustonville, the banks and the four hogs weighing 730 pounds at by Secretary McAdoo over the phune of the other candidates for State oldest man he ever saw. The best hood, but expects at an earlv date to the amount taken by the banks of to Mayor A. B. Florence, the court- Senator, Messrs. Jay Harlan and meeting he ever held was at Old buy a small place near McKinney Lincoln county for themselves and 14 S. S. Purcell, of Rockcastle, who house bell rang at 9 o'clock last Clay Kauffman, were on hand ready Silver Creek, in Madison county. It and settle dqjyn for life. This will their customers: First National Bank disappointed lasted 11 days and. there were 85 be good news to his many friends in was here at court Monday, sold to night and will do so each night until to reply, and seemed of tSanford, 833,350; Lincoln County pleasand including Thursday night. This that they could not have the reply- confessions. Two lawyers, seven doc- the West End. J. F. Cook & Co. five National Bank of Stanford, $25,000; is to remind the people that the Lib- ure of hearing Mr. Mount and 8 tors and the same number of preachlieifers at Hustonville National Bank. $11,000; SHOT BY A SOLDIER sold to T. W. Jones erty Bonds have not all been dis- ing to him. Mr. Mount asks the In- ers became united with the church J. W. McGuire Peoples Bank of Hustonville, S7.00; cattle at 9c posed of. It is hoped that the re- terior Journal to announce that he under his preaching. He said that Letcher Thurmond, a colored boy a bunch of Bank, $4,500; ana i.6t minder will cause many to thus help will speak at Hustonville at 2 o'clock the best sermon he ever remembered of McKinney, was shot in the hand Moreland Deposit and two hogs weighing 150 Barikintr Co. 84,000; in next Saturday afternoon and at people, by a soldier who was guarding Hang- Crab Orchard to have preached was to two their country at this critical time pounds at 14 that night. It is hoped that a man and a boy, at Mill Springs, ing Fork trestle the other day. Thur- McKinnev Deposit Bank, $2,200; Rigsby & Thompson bought of R. raising money to carry on the great people of the West End will give Wayne county, many years ago. On mond was walking on the trestle and making in all 887,050, or a little the cattle at $35. war that has just been begun. "L. Smith 12 The to him "a good audience at each place. one very bad. rainy Saturday morn- the guard yelled to him to stop, but less than $13,000 yet the raise. They also bought of the same party e bankers will meet at opponents will likely be on hand ing he rode the distance His 13 miles instead the boy ran. Nearly a dozen nt 10 o'clock Thursday morning to PECULIAR LOOKING ROCKS four calves for $90. something "J.' M. Rankin & Sons, out on the from his home at Burnside on shots wore fired at him, but only one dispose of the balance and more if Crim Smith, of the Duncan sec- at both places and have DanDanville pike, sold to J. C. Johnston, tion, sent to this offlcfvbv.JaJm Pop to say. Mr. Mount will speak at coun- horseback, and found on his arrival struck him. and tHat took effect in possible. The time for securing the o'clock that there had been some mistake one of his hands. The wound is not of Danville, 60 head of hogs, receiv- pies, candidate f'aMMflr,' some ville at 2 day, Monday next, and at Crab Orchard about his1 appointment. The man and considered dangerous. Asked why he bonds closes at noon Friday next. ing $1,500 for them. beautiful specime iwjmmwm found ty court and Preachersville at the boy "Were the only ones on hand did not stop when told to, he said DEATH FOLLOWS LONG ILLNESS con- - at 2 o'clock B. W. Gaines sold to John M. on his farm. Som f,nt heifer at nine tain gold ore. othe there nt 7:30 P. M. on Saturday week, and none jothers came, so nt lyp-ifCress a he had foreotton about the trestle After an illness of over two years, so sold to J. are others that a ound June 23rd. ing hour, cents. Mr. Gaines JtiertiiMNMbiMiiardadaA nd was tnghtei.Jd -Mrs. Joe L. Goode died at her late at $10. "Bowling 30 ewes . .:tf i preached silver only where there i: home or East Main street at 3 o'Wprk Ti S. Turpin bought of C. C. and oil can be f ou itb's . SSaNRKGISTERED, -clock this morning, aged 63. Her or. UNTY' COURT aoon 'THfwfcw- 1(235 rnVrTTJCtweeTT rn - -iflacV old man Ro surprise to those, coun- - the ages of 21 and 31 who register- - attentive day5t 'ever''Rrtai death' was not a ink", into insigninci who knew- her..seri- will ed for army service in Lincoln coun the serm reply County ous condition", for "'sheJiad?!wfferL4. s richest man the &&C:tKing'sold to John Cress 19' "it, per made this lr.orn- ty Tuesday. There was no disturD-anc- e In his so Ballou said anMUMm .wiuiK.is irur in nnnipr to the nupstion. what tortures from nervousness and rheu hogs at lo cents, iur. at any of the precincts and the matism, until she could stand no setting also engaged another bunch to FORET Huuun i registration was carried on in a busine- hoped will was doing'yesterday? Very little rou- more. Besides the husband, who is Ppnnle are learnine that a little ss-like who heard July to the same party at the in manner. The registration tine busienss was brought before the confined to his. bed by illness, Mrs. yeaM. forethought often saves them a big summarization shows that there are same price. body and tnly one will wa3 probated. Goode leaves four children Mrs. Elliott, of Henderson expense. Here is an instance: E. W. four Legislative, judicial or execu- Tirnbahlp thnl William That was the last will and testament Messrs. 20,000 bushels of corn Archer. Caldwell, Ohio, writes: "I do tive officers in the county between 21 living very much longerrbut'Mf he of Rev. W. S. Grinstead. The docu- Matt L. Mvers and Junction, B. G. countv. sold Jack Goode, of Lebanon per not believe that our family has been nnd & Co., at $1.03 to A. "Waller 31: 26 men totally disabled be- is with us a year hence, it is sincere- ment bears date of May 7, 1917, and Goode and Eugene Goode, of this "bushel, the highest price ever paid in without Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera tween those ages; 689 who have rela- ly hoped by his legion of friends is witnessed by his Dr. city. She is also survived by the folthat county for corn delivered on the and Diarrhoea Remedy since we com- tives dependent on them and want to that he will give another sermon on J. W. Bryant and J. A. Walter. Kov. lowing sisters and brothers keeping house years ago. be excused, 30 whose occupation ex- the 51st anniversary of his life in Grinstead left all of his property, river bank. mence Alice VanArsdale, of LouisE. T. Pence.' Sr., sold to Charles When we go on an extended visit we empted them, and 320 who gave n the ministry. At the conclusion of both real and personal, to his widow. ville, W. A. Rice, of Grand Junction, Tiose, of Winchester, an with us." Obtainable every- reason why thev should not fight for the sermon, Hon. William H. Shanks, take it Col., and R. C. Nunnellcy, of this the mare at 10 cents a pound. The where. their country. In the colored column on behalf ofBallou congregation, pre- TO VOTERS OF HUSTONVILLE county, and Messrs. J. F. and B. G. weighed 915 uounds. Mr. Pence with a handsome rela- sented Eld. mare MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT Gover, of this countv, and James there are 105 men who have bought of Mr. Ross 13 CINCINNATI STOCK MARKET. tives dependent on them and 56 who reclining chair, as a slight token of Please do not think that because Gover, of Brodhead. For many years 9c. lower. ask no exemptions. There are five its appreciation of and- good feeling 7,000; Hogs Receipts, lieifers at I have sold my farm that I am going she had been a member of Christ's R. E. Horton. of Waynesburg, Packers and butchers, $15(315.35; aliens within the age of the men sub- for the splendid man of God. to leave the neighborhood. I am in church of this citv and was a regueight cows at common to choice. $9(5)14.35; pigs, ject to draft. sold to T. W. Jones magistrate to win and lar attendant at its services as long pound. Mr. Hor- and liehts, $9.5014.50; stags, $8 DRILLING ON COPPER CREEK the race for so, five and six cents a and if the voters of as her health would permit. She was expect to do Wilson four (312.25. Cattle Receipts, 2,000; GOOD BANKING INSTITUTION ton also sold to J. W. The work of drilling for oil on my district will stand by me, I shall an exceedinely and heifers for $25; to J. p. steady: steers, $7.50(5)12.25; heifers d Copper Creek, four or five miles carry out my platform to the letter. considerate wife and mother and few 'Our friend and former county- steers for $30 S7.501'J; cows $0(o)y.ou; caives, d Baxter two Crab Orchard, will begin in I am absolutely and uncompromis- better neighbors have lived in this Walter C. Greening, who is East of and to T. W. Jones six steady, $G.5014. Sheep Receipts man, cashier of the State Exchange a few days and it is confidently be- ingly against State Aid. Again ask- city. Her death carries sorrow to liotrs at 12 cents. steadv. $49.25; "lambs, now of Oklahoma City, sends the lieved that oil in paving quantities ing your support and promising my many hearts and unbounded sympa1,000; Bank, the ago The highest price vere paid in cat- steady, $1017. I. J. a statement of his bank, which will be encountered. Some years best service in the event I am your thy goes to those of tho home whoso of Kentucky for itrass-fe- d State be a progressive one. With a drilling outfit was placed in that magistrate. Very truly, S. M. Owens. loss is so great. May He Who tempers was paid this week when Mr. SOLD HORSE BY THE P'OUND shows it to tle $100,000 and sur- section and some oil was discovered the wind to the shorn lamb give thorn Probably the first horse that was a capital stock of James Caldwell, of near Paris, sold A number of than of ever sold by the pound in Stanford plus of $3,000, the bank has loans at lessOrchard 60 feet. interested in MR. ROBINSON BURIED TODAY strength in this dark hour of trouble. Weil & Thomason, to Messrs. men are and a de- Crab Mr. John S. Robinson, who died in The burial will take place in Buffalo Bourbon county, a load of 18 cattle, was sold yesterday, when E. T. and discounts of 8700.663 Mr. Green- theuvell now being drilled and if the sanitarium last week, Cemetery Wednesday afternoon at 3 Louisville pounds at S12.-5- 0 Pence, Sr., sold a mare to Charles posit of $1,107,203.29. weighine over 1,500 creasy fluid is found in paying quan- a at the grave will be deliv- Ross, of Winchester at 10c per ing is a .born hustler and we expect tities it will prove a big thing for was buried at Danville at 2:30 o'clock o'clock. Brief per hundred. They William his bank do better and better this afternoon, after funeral services by "Mr. following Severance. will act ered the latter part of July. pound. Both buyer and seller were to see county. this eentlemen is connected with it. The at the home of his sister,. Mrs. J. T. The mare weighed 915 the longer he satisfied. bearers: R. T. Bruce. J. W. SQUIRE Huguely. The body was held, await- ns pall J. S. Baughman, James H. pounds and M. Rose accordingly ALONZO PADGETT FOR of Mr. Robinson's Rout. LLOYD MARET DIES SUDDENLY MARRIAGES gave his check for $91.50. splendid demo- ing the arrival Alonzo Padgett, C. Saufley, of Woods, James Gover, J. T. Binga- county Maret, son of James Maret, crat and a mighty a clever man, an- dnughter, Mrs. RobertDeceased Ilovd Mack Koehler, Bourbon was man. died at his home nounces this issue for Magistrate in Phoenix, Arizona. and ASCENDED of Boonewav fame, farmer, who was reared, married "Is Mike Clancy here?" asked the at Mt. Vernon Thursday afternoon, the Waynesburg Magisterial district. president of Crab Orchard Springs RED LETTER DAY FOR W. C. T. U. became a father under the belief many friends in this pneumonia Co. and that he was a negro, has made the visitor at the quarry just after the aged 34. He was ill of the father, Mr. Padgett was here Monday ming- county. had Friday was a red letter day in tho only 48 hours. Besides startling discovery that he is white premature explosion. met with ling with the crowd and history of the W. C. T. U. organiza"No, sor," replied Mulligan; "he's Mr. Maret leaves a wife to whom he much encouragement in his rave-- He Miss Winnie Du Cain, a popular FINED FOR BOOTLEGGING tion in this section. The district conwas married onlv a few months ago. expects to canvass his district thorSomerset girl and Ray Higgins of gone.' n vention of that society met here FriBuchanan, a Tim She is a daughter of Dr. Steve oughly nnd says he is going to beat Carlisle, O., were married last "For good?" New and wedding took place in the "Well, sor, he wint in that direc- Brown, of Rockcastle. Mr. Marot his three opponents as sure as gun Crab Orchard negro, was fined $50 day when many delegates cause workweek. The were jail sentence ers for the temperance was a telegraph operator for the L. is iron. He has many friends who and given a church of Somerset and tion." First Baptist & N. for many years and was a for bootlegging whisky at Crab Or- present. Mrs. Frances Benuchamp, was a swell affair. hope he will win and will work hard STORES TO CLOSE JUNE 23 chard Saturday. Owsley Embry. bet- State president, was here and gave clever man. Claude Sims secured license Monto that end. debusiness man Miss Rachel ter known as "Dooley," caught a several timely talks. One very was A Crab Orchard day to marrv on the lGth mar- phoned this morninsr that all the busEXTENDED a similar offense the lightful feature of the occasion similar fine for TERM OF COURT Jones, of Whitlev countv. The DEATH OF AGED WOMAN same day. A Rockcastle county man the lecture by Dr. Carolyn Geisel, of riage will take place at Waynesburg. iness houses of his towr. would close Judge Charles A. Hardin came up Mrs. James Coleman, who would named Ballinger "turned them up. June Friday and extended the present Battle Creek, Mich. Her talk was lr. Sims is a fine young man and his at 10 o'clock on the morning of cele92 years old in August, of good food for thought prospective bride is said to bo very 23rd, when the great Masonic Lincoln circuit court until have been homo "beyond Davis Store Both arc laying out the fines in jail. brimfulis hoped that her message will term of and it bration will be held at Crab Orchard the second Monday in Aucrust, at died.nt her attractive and popular. pike Sunday and prove of great help to those who on MR. MOUNT PATRIOTIC Springs. Commonwealth nnd was the Ottenheim bucying ground at which time were new buried in the to buy a Ford ma- heard It. Sixteen C. T.members much WITH THE CHURCHES bo tried. Nothing F.nhcsus church Monday afternoon. equity cases will "I had intended U. nnd State added to the W. Billy Sunday STREETS AT LAST BEING OILED worthy of mention was done at the make my canvass for Atlanta is to have Her husband died many years ago, chine to but changed mv mind nnd new life was brought into tho cause Work of oiling the streets began sitting Friday. Senator when he finishes in New York. but several children are left to mourn bought $300 worth of Liberty bonds for which the good women are mak- -' Monday, Danville avenue . receiving Prayer meeting at the Christinn such a gallant fight. The election other Stomach Troublet and Conttipalion the loss of a good mother. nnd my wife also bought one,' said ing officers resulted as follows: Preschurch Wednesday evening at the the first "dose." aRain and of things have caused number Mr. Mount to an I. J. representative of cheerfully say that Chamregular hour. "Iwill MRS. CARR KILLED K. Baughman; and there is general re- berlain's Tablets are the most satisMonday. Tho gentleman's patriotism ident. Mrs. J. Mancio Ware; secreChurch Mid week Presbyterian Miss Mrs Edward Carr, who livei be- is to bo highly commended. Wednesday evening at 7:30. joicing that the oil is at last being factory remedy for stomach troubles service tary, Mrs. R. A. Lipps; treasurer, tween Harrodsburg and Salvisa, was Woman's Society meets with Mrs. put on. and constipation that I have sold in killed late Saturday afternoon, when BUYS CHRISMAN FARM Mrs. J. S. Baughman. serFriday at 2:30. tnirtv-fou- r years' drug store W. H. Higgins which she was driving shied WHITEW. White bought tho Chris-ma- n AGED MRS. STULL DEAD Will Rev, H. S. Saxby, who has been vice." writes S. H. Murphy, druggist, a horse bugAT 500 PARTY church at widow of I. Stull died at her Wells burg, N. Y. Obtainable every- at an automobile and backed her who The farm of 90 acres, sold here at ENTERTAINED pastor of the Christian gy from a bridge. Her husband, sale Monday, resigned and .homo near Pleasant Point church where. Miss Mary Leo Glvens eave a 500 Master Commissioner's Somerset for years, has was with her in tho vehicle, escaped f crf; r.r Thn nlnco lies one and a party at her homo in the nubble sec- will go to Modesto, Cal., to fill a pas- 'nnd was buried in the Pleasant with minor injuries. Saturday. She Point burying ground uvuiim. mo Miss half miles East of Moreland and i3 tion on Monuiiy Clay Kaucman,K""". torate. CARD. OF THANKS were: Hon. H. was very old and had been in feeblo well improved. depths We wish to thank from the TO THE PUBLIC Frankio Kauffman, of Lancaster. Mr. McAdoo. who W. !.rfflrvMcAdoo.G. spent yesterday health for years. of grateful hearts the many who by "I have been using Chamberlain's Ott Jones, Miss Lucinda Lutes, J. E. ANNOUNCEMENT with Mrs. deed and act aided us in the illness Tablets foe indigestion for the 'past Jordan, Arthur Coffey, Misses Katio tho OF LITTLE BOY behalf of DEATH morning in Louisville in Wo havo secured from and death of our, husband and father. six months, and it affords me pleas-urLucy son of Cook Company, of Louisville, Lvnn and Sarah Wood, Mrs.GiVens. The goodness, will bo remembered the Liberty Loan, told two audiences to say I havo never used a reme Bartley and Ewalt C. O'Mara, Miller must be troubles and Their died of infantile tho services of Mr. T. as long as lime iusis. lura. w. u. dv that did mo so much cood. that' everv financial sacrifice expert mechanic. Ho comes Ices and cakes were served. made by the American people to win wus buried at Pleasant Point Sunday Gover and children. Mrs. C E. Riley, Illion, N. Y.- Cham, who is an highly recommended. Ave by ev- to us most the war. The Secretary marched afternoon after funeral services berlnin's Tablets are obtainable C. O. BANK PATRIOTIC guarantee all work. Boyle Countv THE handsome U. S. flag now floats through the downtown streets at the Rev. J. A. Singleton. erywhere. UNDER THE HOOD 45-The Auto& Supply Co., Danville. of the Loin Legion, was prehead from a hhh staff on tho Crab Orch-nr- d Labor "leaders and Congressmen of every Dixie Flyer is' a perfectly sented with a commission as ChanLouisville. Little Rock, Arkansas, danendahlo Power niirl Banking Co.'s buildimr, while the Exchequer, two loan called upon President Wilson yester- Vinlnnenil will thrill you with its in- Battle Creek and San Antonio, were Mrs. Lillid Gibson was acquitted cellor of of that entertained nt luncheon day and urged the passage of food plant response to your merest touch approved by the War Department as nt Nicholasvillo of killing Mrs. James ho cashier"ilntmr that bank. Mr. H. G. crosses and nil in his power to is legislation. It was suggested that the stant High Bridge in October, I by the Transportation Club. Mo- additional cantonment sites for tho Smith, at help dispose of Liberty loan Bonds. President appear before Congress in of throttle or accelerator. Dixie 1915. It new army. tor Sales Co., Hustonville. behalf of the measure. Buy a Liberty Bond. LAND, STOCK AND CROP E. T. Pence, Sr., bought of H. C. Baughman a cow and calf for $60. E. B. Robertson bought of R. E. Horton two yearling heifers for $25. D. V. Kennedy sold to J. Combcst, marc mule of Casev, a three-year-ofor $159. Harry D. Fryc sold to "Wilson Alexander 25 barrels of corn at $8.25 at the crib. Mat Wells sold to T. W. Jones a spiall bunch of hogs at from 11 to 13 cents. R. & C. Guthrie, of Shelby, sold to Charles Thompson, of Fayette, five mules at $210. of the East End. D. J. Rigsby, sold to Thomas Y. Shaw six "hogs at 12 c. David Eubanks sold to Mr. John ld court-hous- the'bi-ccnten- n ' Ji n: $75,-00- Knox--vill- e, c. ut $30,-00- 1-- eight-year-o- ld moon-kisse- four-year-o- ld c. -- 000-poun- d c. 055-pou- c. Mc-Kinn- ey 400-pou- court-hous- . 900-pou- Jl'wiiorjSJWOjJIr r '3HH-pou- fb jStjm VaaiHHwrSH HE, liaEHinflBMis IMmhi. n i,fl'l Tfcrniinil-'lter-Bnd- . - 80-od- d 3-- 4 sons-in-la- Mes-dnm- es eight-year-o- ld 425-poun- d - kind-hearte- d 300-poun- 400-noun- 150-poun- d sen-ice- s Paris-Kentuckia- n. . well-know- ten-da- y d, poat-noneme- vice-preside- nt, ck o two-year-o- ld Al-fo- rd - 3t ci.-;t- . -- t mwfiiuny" Jkb y j7- - I "fc Page Two SCORES ATTEST TANLAG MERIT Kentuckians Place Stamp of T The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky; CRAB ORCHARD The boys were nil eager to register Tuesday and 203 were registered for service. Many went laughing, and singing while a few whistling seemed to thoroughly realize the solemnity of the situation. Dr. Phillies, Dr. Tom Lync, Mr. Reuben Bronaugh nnd Mr. Frazier Hurt were almost worn out at the closing hour Too 111 to Walk Upright. Operation and the four feel they rendered their Advised. Saved by Lydia E. country a good day's work. A social in honor of Mr. Montez Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Fish was greatly enjoyed by the voting folks at the home of Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Jones Tuesday evening. This womnn now raises chickens and All reported a splendid time. Mr. C. E. Woods, of Eustis, I' la., does manual labor. Read her story: Richmond, Ind. "For two years I has been to sec Mrs. Willis at the Springs and was greatly pleased with was so sick and weak with troubles from my ago that the good looking gardens and farm whpn going up prospects here. stairs I had to go Mr. nnd Mrs. W. E. Perkins went very slowly with to Louisville Tuesday for their summy hands on the mer goods. steps, then sit down John Stephenson, Jr., left Wednesat the top to rest day to accept a clerkship with Mr. The doctor said ho T. C. Willis at Nicholasville. thought I should Billy George Holman left Tuesday have an operation, for Tennessee after a two days' and my friends stay with his mother and sister here. thought I would not Fish and June Traylor Montez live to move into came over fiom Richmond Saturday our new house. My for a short stay. daughter asked me Mr. Silas Anderson, of Louisville, visited Rev. and Mrs. Morgan last to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound as she had token it with good Sunday. Mrs. Frazier and daughter, of results. 1 did so, my weakness disKnoxville, were with Mrs. Albert appeared, I gained in strength, moved Ncwland this week. She was a Miss into our new home, did all kinds of garden work, shoveled dirt, did buildOwsley of Stanford. Lelia Duke, Fannio ing and cement work, and raised hunMesdames Phillips" and Jennie Tatem returned dreds of chickens and ducks. I canSaturday from a shopping trip to not say enough in praise of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Louisville. Mr. Otis Ncwland, Jr., was with if these facts are useful you may publish them for the other relatives here several days this week. women." Mrs. M. 0. benefit of Routo Johnston, He was from Burnsidc. 190, Richmond, Ind. Miss Myrtle Jones returned from D, Box London Thursday much to the delight of the young folks with whom REV. HOWARD J. BRAZELTON she is a favorite. This most excellent minister and Miss Ruby Hilton, who has been pastor left Thursday for. his new visiting her sister, Mrs. Frazier Hurt work at Stanford, Ky., after remainreturned to her home in Stanford ing here about seven months to fill Tuesday. the place of Elder J. J. Castlebcrry, Mrs. Emma Farris returned from pastor of the First Christian church Thursday. A while he was taking the ministerial AVhite's Mrs. Robert fine boy, Robert, Jr., came to Mr. course at Yale College. and Mrs. White two weeks ago. Mr. Brazelton and most excellent Thompson returned wife made many friends during this Mrs. Sallie from the burial of a nephew ii. Cin- time, much more so than most miniscinnati Sunday. ters do for so short a time, when he The ghost which for two or three was only here to do service in that years has put in an appearance on "hurch for a certain time. He is a our streets, is again roaming around very fine scholar, a man well versed and while many claim to know who it in "the scriptures, in their practical is, no one has been brave enough to application to all the duties of life, er.joy a personal conversation or besides he is a good pastor and infind out its object. gratiates himself into the good graces Mrs. Josie Lewis and daughter, not only of his own church, but with who have been with her father, Mrs. the ministers and members of other returned to Jellico, churches. No minister has left here Sam Reynolds, Tenn.. Wednesday morning. Mr. for a long time who left more admirReynolds remains about the same as ing friends than the Rev. Mr. Brazelwhen we last wrote. ton. Little Guy Newland has been quite He is going to a good church in a sick for several days. Dr. Phillips is good county, and it is the wish nnd in attendance. nrayer of all who knew him back Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey, of Jelli- here that his stay in Stanford may co, Tenn., visited Sir. and Mrs. Sam be as useful and pleasant as in May-fielReynolds this week. Mrs. Kate Egbert has been sick The members of , the church at for several days, but is much im- that pldqft'Sfetito-Jjecxmgjatjilate((n proved. ';' pcurirrthe,,(S6E,iee9 v6f-- snrii a do- A f ter the Rood rains fnfnjcrs' aje yout wno busy fighting tie wceg'crpTrrM bojTr.ietriBjproEttmY inoiws ju.i uv;iu ww ititi.; t' , til 1U Hi; 411 behind' thetfijfllai'field Daily Mes- Mrs. Sarah Hurt speufti'severafy senjred-,. .,-.- t days witn iurs. aue jurns CLIMBED STAIRS ON HER HANDS LINCOLN CO. MEDICAL SOCIETY This society met with Dr. nnd Mrs. of Kind's MounC. M Thompson, tain Mnv 29th nt 10 A. M. The host nnd hostess were bountiful nnd ideal exin their hospitality nnd set a fine ample to other doctors in entertain-in- e . The the Sons of subjects of fractures of the fore-nrnnd lor nnd their treatment were Hyr-ncratesm DISTRESSING RHEUMATISM Cod Liver It is the exact combination of pure Norwegian Oil with glycerine and hypophosphites as contained in dicusod b" Cnldwll Approval on Tanlac, HAS ENVIABLE REPUTATION M'licn a medlclno la vouched for by hundreds In u Ktnto like Kentucky there cun he no doubt as to Its merits lCciitueklaiiB ure not easily led to itutlce public stntcuienls about anything They are to test u remedy thoroughly before placing their O. IC. on it. 'J'lierel'ore Tanlae's originators are proud to point to the hundreds of testimonials kIvcii volimturlly by people of the Blue Gras .State. Hero are a few of the statements: KI)YVAI!I)S Mrs. I'.elle Phillips: "1 Buffered from nervousness and loss of appetite. Needed something to build me up. Tanlae brought back my apjietjte and gne me rest at night." equipments for tenching. After dinner a round tnWc discusn wns hold on foe splitting and selling patients In th" city sncitllst nnd dirty This dnmnnblc, and wicked business wns prodigiously condemned by. nil the doctors present, as a hamc and a disgrace to the profession bv those enpnpeel l. in this nefnrious business. Dr. president, nnd Drs. Thompson . 1.1 !(nvA0finr. nllTIIP i.aswcn ncm and t and the serum treatment of many jji- 1. .nnninlllf :i:-w- j scases were aiscusseti. rheumatism, diabetes mcUitns. .... Mnt:.. ...ill lm nnln the mt. Tuesday in July, the 17th. at hird Wnvneshurg nt 10 A. M. Dr. will be the host. All the doctors countv and ndioining Lincoln in "ounties invited to be present to en- nfuun n.;-nlitv- , iov tne TirosincnTs road essmvs nnd discuss vnn- low-down, wns n small attendance in numbern but the quality was mere, i n ;"-liowc" ibnld i" the henutifnl "rnded school huildine. a macnifi-"cstructure with all the modern nt Thomson rr. rnrncntcr. Tb"rc nnd Las-wel- l, K01TS EMULSION that has made Scott's famous for relieving rheumatism when other If you are a symptoms, start IT MAY BE UNITED uir--reo- n. treatments have utterly failed. rheumatism sufferer, or feel its first on EXACTLY WHAT YOU NEED. J. Scott's Emulsion at once. Scott & Bovrae, BloomfieH, N. Cnld-wel- ' Mrs. lielle Daniel: "Was troubled with my .stomach for several J eats and was all run down. 1 have three bottles of Tanlac ntul am naw feeling much better. My appetite liiis come back ami I liavo ulie.idy gained 15 pounds." CLKATO.V-M- rs. .Sue Hobbitt: "1 suffered from rheumatic pains, sick btomacti, IitMilaches and nervousness, but shire taking Tanlac my health in Keuer.U has lmpioved. I think It is n fine medicine." CAHLISLi: Mrs. Millie D. I.aughlln: "I was weak, nervous nnd restless before 1 started taking Tanlae, but now 1 have my strength back and am able to do my own housework again." MALT Mrs. Mary L. Howell: "Headaches, backaches and nervousness, cau-e- d by disordered stomach and kldnejs, undermined nio until I was complete! run down. Taiilae, however, has me on the road back to health and 1 expect to bo nil right in a short time." PKXU'K-Y- V. O. Mays: "I'oo.l soured on my htoniach nnd 1 suffered fiom didn't heartburn. 1 was weak-anTanseem to have any ambition. lac lias toned up my stomach and strengthened nie all around." Tanlae has built up thousands of people In this state. If you are run down in health got It today, as it will do the same for jou. OLA TON u-- ed d d. left Fridav for Jackson to be the guests of their brother, W. "W. I'oavyhouse a few days. ( Will Riffe and riJorry Adams went -- to Louisville a fev days ago, where they met Dr. 0. S. Williams, who went a few davs before them and had three Dixie Flyers ready to leturn home in and these gentlemen drove them. George RifFe and wife have returned to their home in Tyrone, Oklahoma, after a visit to relatives and friends. black steer Ends a calf for ?50. Mr. Livingston Cooptr lost a very fine brood mare a few days ago from catarrhal fever. The Robinson Bible Class of the Christian church spent a very enjoyable day, May 30 nienicing at the water works, beyond Danville. of Robbing, Tenn., Pi of. Davis, was here a few days ago seeing after the contract for superintendent of the graded school. He was elected by the board of turstees and he and his wife will move here later to begin work in the fall. Miss Grigshy , of Columbia, Mo., lias returned to her home after a visit to her uncle, C. P. Brown. Miss Edna Camnitz, of Danville, made our town a flying visit a few davs ago. B W. Leigh's tenms have taken two loads of oil drilling machinery to Liberty in the last few days. The drilling is on the Tanner farm. of Danville, Carroll McCormaek, is here on a visit to his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. McCormaek. Bruce Steele and Jesse Lair arc at homo from Georgetown College for the summer vacation. Alfred Tucker is at Bowling Green picking strawberries. ld HUSTONVILLE Misses Elizabeth and Mary Peavy-hous- e y,' irt W. O. Woods, a prominent Mnson, died at Lawrcnccburg Saturday night The 1 of pneumonia. He was a brother of States, son in Clarence Woods, a former Kentucky public editor now of Florida. He leaves his says : wife and a son, Clarence Woods, Jr. Cnld-wo- ll "Ko territory must cnange nanus Mr. Woods clerked at Crab Orchard except for the purpose of securing Springs a number of seasons ago. those who inhabit it a fair chance of life and liberty. Buy a Liberty Bond. "No indemnities must be insisted on except those that constitute pay-- ..i. rr tkia mnntinrf Inn ment for the manifest wrongs done. "No readjustment of power must miblic is cordioNv invited as prom;i ill .1!..fr. nent spcnKors win uiscum linmn enm i be made except as will tend to seil ation. church sanitation nntl school cure the future pence of the world lanitation nnd that of public builrt-in- . and the future welfare and happi- Says Watoga Lady, "As To What Dr. Harmon, of Crab Orchard ness of its people." Cardui Has Done For Me, So The President also declared 'ill be essayist on the treatment of Fractures of against the German proposal to reAs To Help Others." liscasc with serums. Mic elbow, humerus and clavicle wdl store that "status quo" before the speak--- r war. be elaborated by a competent Dr. "Hornc, Foster bv Joe" will Watoga, W. Va. Ars. S. W. Giadwell, ploase the have an able address and The Department of Agriculture of this town, says: "When about 15 years public and physicians. Bender, tns estimates that this year's Indiana . . Sometimes I will be vour meeting. It will last all wheat crop will exceed that of last of age, suffered greatly . would go a month or two, and I had and be enual to an old tmc lav year by nearly 5,000,000 bushels. Its pink. No better places to estimate of this year's Indiana crop terrible headache, backache, and bearing-dow- n sooietv meetings than is 24,287.000 bushels as aaginst 19,- Snve medical pains, and would just drag and Wavnosburp- and Kine's Mountain. 140,000 bushels last year and five-veit would last had no appetite. Then pike and C. & The Dixie Highway average of 34,G0G,000 bushels. through Waynesburg. , The Kentucky wheat crop this year is . . . two weeks, and was so weakening, S. railroad go estimated by the department to be and my health was awful. CLIP THIS AND PIN 7,320,000 bushels as against 8,010,-00- 0 My mother bought me a bottle of ON WIFE'S DRESSER bushels last vear. and a five-ye- Cardui, and 1 began to improve alter average of 9,813,000 bushels. it up tilt I Twenty-si- x Cincinnati Man T1U How To Shrivel State and the District taking the first 1bottle, so kept was well gained, and Up Corn n.- - CMIu" So They per cent, of took three of Columbia, having 50 Lift Off With Fingers the nation's population, show a regis- and strong, and I owe it all to Cardui. tration of 4.71G.7G8 men eligible to 1 am married now and have 3 children ! This kind of rough Ouch army duty under the conscription . . . Have never had to have a doctor for in town if law. lalk will be beard los here t,.n,iV,lrwl witVi pnrns will fol- i female trouble, and just resort to Cardui I am glad to testify to stu- if I need a tonic. One hundred and forty-eig'ow the simnle advice of this Cincin nati authority, who claims tnat a icw dents were graduated from the Uni- what it has done for me, so as to help Irons of a drug cnlled freefone when versity at Lexington last week. others." npl;cd o a tender, aching corn or If you are nervous or weak, have headcallus stops soreness at hardened THE OLD RELIABLE" aches, backaches, or any of the other soon the corn or once, and 'fins up and lifts right off without ailments so common to women, why not , ,. Pain. give Cardui a trial? Recommended by . ones immmmic-'- v He savs ireezone many physicians. In use over 40 years. or even irrinnd never inflames It may Begin taking Cardui today. gates the surrounding skin. A small lit-Hbe the very medicine you need. bottle of freezonelwill cost very e N'C-.- 3 it anv flrug sthrp, but will positively remvc ovetv nardJ, ? ',7, TTT 11 1 ,. iim.-ivniM- STATES WAR POLICY war policy of the United ns outlined bv President Wil his note to Russia, was made last Saturday. The President !j. . "" GLAD T0TEST1FY - ar ... ar ... '?!?! a. ht ' ,.i REMEDVFORMEN. T. "corn" Powell & Depp sold Yowell & this announcement since the inauguration of the high heels. It II (4IIIUV Jhjl Hellem. ofoferccr, wanted vonr druggist doesn't have freczone (i CLbtlVlll A social at the home of Mr. and to enlist in. thefatrmy, but could not tell him to order a small bottle for Mrs. S. L. Cummins in honor of wntfe sjife .rumej lie got n iriend to you. Miss Pervis, of Ilarrodsburg, was en- teacW him' and is less than 30 minjoyed by many of our young folks utes he could sign ""his "name suff"I had rather be in the penitenti-nrMonday evening. iciently well to get in. than serve my term in the HarEverybody is expected in Crab Ordin county jail," said Levi Skagrrs, grand Masonic chard June 23 at the Food crops made good progress and a dav for convention nnd barbecue. The Lou- during the past week. Wheat is grow- who was given a yeardefraud. Ju'iRe using the mails to isville Mansonic Orphan's Home will ing rapidly, potatoes arc in good accommodated him and had j condition, and corn only needs a fav- - Evans be represented. him sent to Fedora prison at Atlanorauie season, according to tne latest ta. There is a great shortage of tin crop bulletin. cans in which to preserve vegetables Paul Wilson, aged 11, saved his Secretary McAdoo in arriving in for future use, and housewives evWilson, about the .,! Wolt-n- r being urged to save all Detroit to speak in the interest of same age, from drowning near Col erywhere are the large mouthed containers that Liberty Loan subscriptions found ine were nsr.inp The they may have. Therefore, do not that that city already had been over- umbia. r11 i two nnrwl Pnlll aii hlS lm Pot throw away glass jars and tin cans subscribed $2,000,000. hook in his cousin's clothes and pullthat may bo used for canning and ed him to the shore. preserving. If you cannot make use B. B. Wilson, of Lexington, who of them, your neighbor will probably has five sons who have be.n acceptbe able to do so. ed for army service, wni.ted to pet in himself, hut was turned do.vn on Wn ivVinon nnmoa are hereto at Bowman, father of S. F. account of age. I. A. tached will permit neither hunting, Bowman, clerk of the Rockcastle fishing nor trespassing of any kind county court, is dead in Jackson nrwl tbnsn flliltV OI The Kentucky Carlsbad Springs m. nnnni-tcounty, aged G9. TTotel Co lp mnilc nn nseininont doing such will be prosecuted to the full extent ot tne law: M. D. Elmore, U. S. Traylor, J. D. Nave, Louis Nave, S. J. Embrv, J. L. Robbins, J. C. Fox & Son, Geo. B. w-in-- lions of of callus from onei feet. American women will Mil- wel-"om- e I M f..f 'VUrT 17-1 flen's Shirts You will need more shirts for these hot days. We have a large stock of new patterns y for you to select from. W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Kentucky Car-Loa- d 1..K-A,- . POSTED! v Of y WIRE FENCE Just Received KOKOMO, That Good Fence Your Telephone Operator The BELL Telephone operator has a mission in life, and her mission is to serve you. Quickness, accuracy and courtesy are her essential qualifications. Frequently, she is called upon to act quickly in emergencies when courage and presence of mind are required. Pruitt. - PAINTING Houses, Carriages, Auto painting and tORS. fnniiviinn ClirVl n9 VPfO VOTl II making curtains, putting celluloid in curtains, etc. raper nanging a specialty. Repairing guns, locks, typewriters, clocks, graphophones, sewing machines, etc. CT AMERICA My country! 'tis of thee, Of thee I sing; Land where my fathers died, Shops 206 West Main street. Phono 235b Stanford. Kentucky. J. J. BELDEN E. T. Pence, Jr., Stanford Sweet land of liberty, R. M. NEWLAND for Bett FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE Stanford. Ky. Phoae 168 and 45. Headquarter Land of the pilgrim's pride From every mountain side, Let freedom ring! My native country thee, Land of the noble free, Thy name I love; I love thy rocks and rills, Thv woods nnd templed hills. My heart with rapture thrills Like that above. Let music swell the breeze, And ring from all the trees Sweet freedom's song, Lot mortal tongues awake, Let all that breathe partake, Let rocks their silence break, The sound prolong. Our father's God! to Thee, Author of liberty, To Thee we sing; Long may our land be bright With freedom's holv light, Protect us, by Thv might, Great God, our King! The residence of Misses Evelyn nnd Theresa Eastland, on the pike, not far from Danville, burned. Origin .unknown. Har-rodsbu- rg No more loyal and conscientious group of workers can be found than the young women at the switchboard. Their service iextended by your When you CASH for ACCOUNTS We get you cash on Accounts, Notes, Claims, by collecting quickly anywhere in United States. Collection guaranteed or no charges. : : : : : MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY Somerset. Kr. can be n. greatly are just what you need on your porch for comfort and for durability. : : : Come and see our Fibre Chairs S Per Cent FARM LOANS Over 3 Millioa Loaned Througa ThU Office Telephones-Sm- ile line of McDougall Cabinets, Coal Oil Stoves and Refrig CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated erators. 11 H Ky, in W. KING & SON INSURANCE BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE Lexington, Ky. Short Ckeapttde Pence & Hill, Furniture STANFORD, KENTUCKY ... Men J. E. JORDAN, Local Manager, tSanford, 4. ti The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: HIGHLAND Page Three M 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 Interior 'o.rnsl 1. snthnrlMd to mi Meier. !t! nlw .ni,c"""'"'ft'" r office primary the flrrt Mrs. Olllc.ChevoIctto and children, In AnctM 1D17 of Burgin, are. with her mother, Mrs. for ejeh county T..e i (Ann. i nnctmcr.t fio r d.Urlct of Lucy Faulkner for n short vsit. nee, 15; for ci or mitWfr,M office $5. No Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Bnugh, of De- announcement w il be made nnt.l ffe li paid troit, Mich., recently were guests of fn advance.) relntives here. Mr. Levi Rogers, of Danville, For State Senntor JAY W. HARLAN spent a few days in our midst last H. CLAY KAUFFMAN week. J. R. MOUNT. Rev. L. R Godbcy filled his reguThe P0.?". v The strawberry season is on now, but only Mr. Lewis and Mr. J. W. Carrier arc peddling many this year. Mr. Ellison nnd family motored over from Morcland and visited Mr. Daily Hutchison and family recently. Mr. nnd Mrs. Marshal! Stone, of Detroit, Mich., arc visiting Mr. John Both liintf . fl.50 Tfr... wwk, for 8 month Jw ce i 4k k, for 8 monthi Twice '' week, fur 3 monlhn Twice in . unce wee, eir. r KUlf . cprr 1 . " no Subscriptions ri -- .1. int nufurifc in nil ; -- " n per itopi when tiforwhith it it pld, up Subscription Rates iWir tr n. When You Want Political Announcements. 3l-nrdn- y House Paint Call On ROBINSON'S WATCH US GROW Living on Purina Chick Feed and Purina Chowder in my window. Stop and see 2 Baby Chicks. 1 W. H. HIGGINS Main Street Field White, son of former County Clerk John F. White, of Richmond, who several years ago was a resident of Lexington and who has become a motor expert, has jione to France at the request of the United States to supervise the mechanism of motors in use in army aeroplanes. A force of 25,000 Filipino troops was whenever they may be needed, Man-eoffered to President Wilson by Pilippine former Quezon, delegate to Congress and now president of the Philippine Senate. Mr. Quenzon said the force now was being organized and could be made ready in ten months. gov-ernme- nt ul Stanford, Ky. Gen. Chang Hsun, formerly Military Governor of Anhwei Province, has delivered an ultimatum to Presiht dent Li Yuan Hung demanding the within dissolution of Parliament forty-eighours. The President has refused to accede to this demand unless such action may be taken in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution. The study of German has been abolished by the schools of Dayton, this State, Judge W. L. Brown, for many years county judge of Laurel, is dead. ! PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS' CARDS; Surveying and Leveling Ura-Lectr- ic Light Plant Power See demonstra- will give you 85 lights. Price $175. tion at W. K. Warner's Stanford, Ky. Be sure your title is good, Let me Phone 188 survey your iana purcim&e n and make certain. Will go anywhere j"i 1 M. C. Newland, Stanford Livery and Auto Service Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and Buggies; Open Day and Night. Autos by trip or the mile. Give us a Trial, We Will Please You. AUCTIONEER, LANCASTER, KY. H. H. Carter, Manager. at your sale all the Phone 5. The high dollar Calls answered day or night. time and at lowest price; sales CARTER & CARTER, Stanford. Ky cried anywhere. Lancaster at my expense Phone 364A CAPT. AM BOURNE I am prepared to vaccinate for Anthrax, Black Leg, and all othor WAYNESBURG. UNDERTAKER, tock diseases. JOHN COOK, Veterinarian, carry a large and complete stock We Stanford, Ky. of Caskets, Robes etc at all -times. Phone 204. i Phone: Farmers' line No. -- J. M. REYNOLDS ' VACCINATE Woodstock line No. - - . Daily Except Sunday for Contracting Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) any sort Houses, and Building of at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. Barns, Etc. Stanford, Kentucky. Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at 9:00 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. Bundles and Packages Carried at BURG1N W. W. Low Charges O. L-- MINKS. Pronrietor DENTIST Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesday? at Crab Orchard Keeley Thursdays, Fridays and Saturday at Stanford Office in Lincoln Bank Binding See B. L. FAGALY CONTRACTING Auto Bus Between Danville and Stanford Gap. DIVK FARMER Mr. nnd Mrs. Lpslie Hatfield have JOHN .T. MOSRR moved back from Danville into the For Assessor house with his parents. All of HighJ. N. CASH land welcomes such good people back JOHN C. FEPPLES. home. For Superlntcnde.it of Schools The little daughter of Sam Baugh GARLAND SINGLETON. is recovering from the measles. For Magistrate 1st Dist. Jim Walls' children and others in J T. DUDDERAR the neighborhood have, the whoop- For Magistrate Hustonville District ing cough. SAM M .OWENS. On Thursday, May 31st, Mrs. Mat J. WESLEY HUGHES Young was struck or shocked by J. K. HELM. lightning so that she fell on the porch For Magistrate Waynesburg District and was unconscious for n time and E. ALLEN. is still in bed from the effects of it. J. A. JOHNSON. A tree nearby was struck and the J. M. CAMDEN. current seems to have run in that ALONZO PADGETT. direction and struck her foot. Mr. Coy Hutchison, of Covington, GEORGE HOPPER AT CAPITAL came in Sunday to visit his parents. Attorney George Hopper, of DanvilleThe trustees of this division met -Stanford, has been Washingat Waynesburg Saturday nnd elected ton the past few days andinwill probatheir teachers. Mr. Russell Thomp- bly remain here until after the 18th son will teach here and Miss Fannie of Young nt Grensy Ridge. Miss Serena to the present month. He came here take for Young, who fniled to secure n school tant Pa the examination Navy Assismaster this term, hopes to find one yet. She found that there in the so manyand were to has just finished High School nt take it that his name would not be Stanford nnd therefore did not have reached before the 15th of June, ne much time to hunt a school before will also take the Consul Service exthe election. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Rogers and amination, which will be held in this the 18th June. daughter came over from Danville city onexceedingly of bright Mr. Hopper is an young man in their auto and visited Mrs. Will "and it is more will Gerkey Saturday night and Millard readily pass both than likely heHowexaminations. Hatfield Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John ever, the navy only wants a limited Rogers and son, Alvin accompanied number of Assistant Paymasters, and them. he pass it Several friends visited and deco- he feels that should before he. would likely be would rated graves here on Decoration day. be selected sometime and for that reason wants Among them were Mr. Dave Single- to try the Consul Service examinaton's family, of King's Mountain, tion also. "Rich" in Danville Advo-voeatand Mrs. Watts, of Maywood. Miss Chrisler, of Covington, has been the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Sa!- Bowel Complaints In India lie Hutchison, of this place and Mrs. In a lecture at one of the Des Hutchison, of Mt. Moriah. John M'iines, Iowa churches a missionary Mrs. Julia Cook is making-- ? Mrs. Mary Young now. from India told of going into the inhome with terior Mrs. Young is improving slowly af- sick,-- of India, where he was taken that he had a bottle of Chamter a long spell. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Young and berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diafamily wish to express their deepest rrhoea Remedy with him and believthat it saved his gratitude to the many good people ed used successfully life. This remedy is in both as qi stamoru, wno were so kiiiu anu a preventive and cureIndia cholera. for helpful to their daughter, Serena, You may know from this that it can during her four years in High School, but especially what they did for her be depended upon for the milder torms in Preparation for a pleasant com cur in ot bowel complaint that oc this country. Obtainable ev mencement. It certainly was a great erywhere. disappointment to her as well as the rest of the family that she had to R. E. & sold take the chicken pox at that time and Woods aHortonJersey to R. B. for E. P nice S3o; heifer miss the commencement exercisos, to N. black yearling heifer but probably that was better tian to fnrJ.S30? Ross a fi(in.nnim,l Vioi'fnrc four have missed some ot ner scnooi wotk. and two She was fortunate enough to go J. B. Cain at 7 steers to through the four years without be- King's Mountain, E. Allen & Co. of for $35. ing absent and and only tardy twice and one of those times the buggy broke down as she was going from "Mary had a little bond, She bought it for a dollar. home. Mrs. C. M. Young sat up for a And every coupon she tore off Just made tho Germans holler." short time Tuesday for the first time in several weeks. has been received by his News father that John L. Reed, of the U. S. Navy, will leave for France the e. l-400-pou- lar appointment Sunday morning, For Sheriff J. II LIVINGSTON. but didn't stay for evening service, M. S BAUGH.MAN much to the disappointment of all W. S DRYE. the neighborhood. Mr. Hnrncr is back with Mr. For County Judge M. F. NORTH. Hutchison after n week's visit with T. A. RICE his wife in Covington. Mrs. Jennie Diekorson, of Cin- For County Attornev cinnati, made her mother, Mrs. J. S OWSLEY. a short visit She took her W. S. BURCH little son, Mack, nnd her sister, NaoW. B. HANSFORD mi McKcnzie home with her. T. HII.t,, Mr. L. S. Warficld visited hi3 sis- For Representative JR. ter nt Lexington over Sunday. H. G SKILES Millard Hatfield and wife visited DR W. B. O'BANNON. J. II. Acton at Waynesburg. For Jailer Miss Myrtle Lewis has been visitW A. CARSON. ing her brother, Elbert, near Hall'? GFORGE F. DEBORDE e, The Lincoln Pharmacy Out of Reach You Can Buy It for Do Not Think Paint Has Gone T $2.00 They started even Sit; li -- ? 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The Only Institute in Kentucky For any information apply to MRS. T. W. PENNINGTON, DENTIST Myers House Flats J. B. WILLIS Stanford, Ky. 240; Res. 165 Phone: Office Crab Orchard, Kentucky J. B. PERKINS Phone 214 Rooms 28-29, DENTIST Lincoln Bank Building STANFORD. 3,000,000 HOGS DIED The men who deal in figures, report that the above number of porkers died during the past year from diseases It docs not take an expert to show that this big number of hogs, taken off before they are ready for the market, means that the farmers of the United States lost something like SffO.OOO.OOO in good hard money. Of course, the farmer who is approaching 50, grew up when hogs were so dirt cheap that there was no use of trying to save them if they happened to fall sick. He has not thought about this big problem as he hould. Now that the world is short, vnrv short, of rrtoat. this loss is big J in money nnd it is big in loss of food which is needed, r.acn iarmer snouiu use every precaution to keep his herd well. He should also have a veterinarian sec them the moment they are the least off feed or ailing. 1H ' i r usKsaanaBBtasataagutaealtBanmnuxMa RCypY GLOSS Furniture Polish Tour rOLIbilUa WORLD'S BEST nusTS, ci.n.vxs, Automobile, Finished Flooti", ami all Varnished Surfacei". Clear, puio and free from nny Bum. IV ill not dust, as It gives a liatd, dry, bright a brighter frloss; than wax and caMer to use. Wood wo k. I'iano,Furniture. i JllL maxm ft 4jottS4tf . No. G053 a Cy IHI M I I HI 3jl I aaaaaall cither 11 I n port PLooits rsn Haqdens Cedar OJ ro lihino Rowland Peavine Denmark 840. 1st dnm: Dourbonisto, No. 9297 (full sister to Bourbon's Best) by Bourbon Chief 97G, by Harrison Chief 1C0C, by Clark Chief 89. 2nd dam: Judy Oliver C407, by Red Cloud 2197, by Indian Chief 1718. 3rd dam: by Wilson's Kinj; 2197. 4th dam: Daughter of Sim's Clark Chief 2575. Rowland Peavine ii 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 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 Ken-tuck- y k THE LIFE AT KAVANAUGH At this time when one is stirred with stories of military life, it will Plumbing, be interesting to know that nt and Repairing of all kinds. For any Camp a bugle call announces nil Wsing time, meals, recreation, work of this sort, see meeting, in fact everything. Then A. D. besides there will bo a clnss in First Stanford, Ky. Aberdeen-Angu- s Aid Phone 254 Cattle may work, where any a who desire competent be instructed by Southdown Sheep, Duroc.Jersey Hogs doctor in tho essentials of rendering The best bloodlines is represented in service to the wounded soldiers. Dr. South s Ethel Polk is just back from China, each of theso famous breeds. horses, can have all ailments of tholr individuals for sale at all times. where she hns had n largo practice h nnd has done a great work cattle and other live stock promptly E. V. CARSON R. F. D. No. 5 is n training camp for life, and expertly attended by Stanford, Kentucky where one is drilled bv competent DR. H. A. PICKETT officers of experience in life, "how to King's Mountain, Ky. Veterinarian, live." Mill Sale Midget Marvel Mill; Corn Oil and Feed Mill; The total number of troops in the Engine; mill building, 24x30, three different United States wars follows! I can get you highest prices for your floors; engine room, 1Gx22; all in Revolutionary. 309,791 troops; War land, stock, crops or household goods. good running order; close to railroad of 1812, 606,040; Mexican War. and good business. Apply to 101,212 troops; Civil War. 273,717 Sales Cried Anywhe- -i THE WAYNESBURG MILLING CO. troops; Philippine insurrection, D1NWIDD1E, Mor.Uad. Ky. Waynesburg, JOHN 1. troops. KY Tinning Guaranteed To plve cn-tl- ro IT'S. r on sts Rowland Peavine chestnut itallion, foaled May 14, 1912. Sired by Rex Peavine, No. 1796, by Rex McDonald, No. 833, by Rex Knv-inaug- h or your money will ho lcfuuUcd. HUtiafuc-tlo- r -- if- PARSONS PENCE & HILL J. C. McCLARY End Farmers High-clas- Kava-inug- For Flour el AUCTIONEERING $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. Undertaker Ofllc Embalmer Heme Phew 1ST Fhoot 8f J. C. BAILEY Stanford, Ky. 126,-48- C STANFORD, K.Y. -- . 15, !.'. Page Four 'yvf .f a 7 fr The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, June .12, 1917 The Interior Journal E. C. Walton and J. H. Wright Xnlertd at the poilefflot et Stimferd. Ky urond clan mall mntttr. , Don't Let Your Allies Outdo You in Patriotism Lie In the third year of the war. France ilfr.9rcd tinder iettU burdens, hat subscribed to a new loan four billions of dollars twice our first installment. Shall we let this gal-lanation, who is fighting our battle, shame us by her sacrifices? Every rank and every 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 bVoom against the counter of the bank ns 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 HOUSE." Both Institutions Are Under the Same Management STANFORD, KENTUCKY "CORNER NEXT TO COURT A Kansas woman 40 years of age is suing a man of CO and very wealthy for 50,000 for breach of promise, who in her deposition says she arranged meetings with the man, who told her that when she got her from her present husband divorce he would talk business with her. She pot it and then the old man refused to talk business. It is likely that the court will decide that she got what was cominc to her and that instead The press boys are having a great time in Louisville, where the annual summer meeting is being held at the Seelbach. The I. J. is being represented by Mr. J. H. Wright, who having gotten a pretty good idea of the newspaper business, now wants to know the quill drivers. Much business is to come before the body and great good is expected to be accomplished by the gathering. of a verdict for the large amount, The I. J. desires to apologize for the decision will be he served her leaving out last issue the item about right. the registration. It was written and put in type but got los,t in the shufA Jacksonville, Fla., merchant fle as the forms were being made wouldn't let his clerk off in order up for Friday's paper." It appears tothat he might register for enlist- day. ment, but he went any way and was discharged by his boss. Now the FAMILIAR STORY. merchant is trying to get himself Speculation, "discharged" from punishment for Borrowed dough; putting an obstacle in the way of Peculation, Uncle Sam's orders. A year or two Utter woe. in jail should be his portion. great andt constructive legislation enacted during the four years now nt nn end. Suffice it to sny. it is upon this record of oflleienf dfachnrce of duty that President Wilson went before the pconle nnd asked an endorsement. How nobly they responded will go clown in history as one of the wonderful achievements of the moss against the class. They trusted this man and well they have been repaid, for his wntchfulness of their interests never ceases. His care in making appointments stnnds out as one of the salient features of his administration. His selection of Gen. Pershing to lead the American troops on a foreign battlefield, gives unmistakable evidence thnt he is too broad to be partisan. He was, and is. looking onlv for the man who is efficient and who is dependable. Gen. Pershing is a republican, but be this ns it may, he has accepted the honor, knowing full well the president is impelled solely by the sincere belief that it is for the good of the service. Vigor and efficiency is the slogan in all departments. Especially are thffse attributes necessary just at present. Confronted by a war of stupenduous proportions, the government officials will be put to a severe test, both on the field of action and at home. Internal revenue forces were never more tried than now, and knowing this the Interior Journal is prompted to call the attention of the powers that be, to the splendid and efficient service of the present Collector of the 8th Revenue District of Kentucky. Judge Hughes has given to the district nearly four years of cap able, honest and efficient service-j- ust the kind of service the president seeks. The Interior Journal has no grievance against any one who may aspire to succeed Judge Hughes as collector; it has never requested, and consequently has received' no favors at his hands; it s merely calling attention to the factthat the records show and the public generally believes that Judge', Hughes shoujd be retained for another four years in the office with which he is now so thoroughly familiar, and which, because of the trying conditions now confronting this country, makes it more imperative tBat only those men who have been t$ed and found equal to the emergency, be given office anjl retained in 6mw. -- purpose to reci with the desire and such service by ognize and endorse asking President Wilson for his reEFFICIENCY DESERVES REWARD tention in office. One year ago President Wilson for the second time, became the KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY PROBE standard bearer of his party for the The investigating .committee aphighest office within the gift of n free people. To hnve named any pointed by Gov. Stanley to thoroughother for the honor would have been ly probe the nffnirs of. Kentucky Unias unjust toi the man as it would versity hns nfter several months of have been suicidal to the party. And full nnd fair effort finally made its the the reason it would have been both report. It recommends thnt InPresunjust nnd suicidal, was because of best interest of the institution, the mighty nnd efficient ndministra-trio- n ident Henry S. Barker must retire this great man hnd given to in September 1918, Dean Rowe must the American people. It is wholly un- quit at once and President Emeritus necessary, nnd reallv superfluous, to Patterson must get off the reservaattempt reminding the public of the tion. Denn Anderson nnd Prof. To retain Judge Hughes would bo a fitting tribute to a man who has been both faithful and efficient and wc doubt not thnt the good citizenship of the district will be animated Keep Cool! Straw Hats Our run of sizes in Panamas and Straws of all HocrrmHnnc ic H11 rnm- - plete, and the weather now is calling for them. Prices ranging from $1.50 to $5.00. Frcnkcl nre criticized for giving more nttcntion to outside business thnn they should nnd Anderson for in the payments of his looseness debts. He is acquitted, however, of drinking and gambling with students. Without nnming him, the professor charged with scoffing at religion was acquitted and the morale of the students declared to be better than ever. Reasons for the dismissal of President Barker are that he is not a college bred man, and is not up to modern scholastic requirements. The committee pnid him the high compliment thnt he has done the best ho could and his sins were of omission instead of commission. It is strange, however, that if such reasons for Bnrkcr's retirement exist that he should be retained another year. Rowe is found not to hold the degrees he claimed and to have been a disorganizing spirit generally. Anderson is given nnother yenr on probation. It is hoped he will turn over n new leaf nnd pny his debts as a man who enn nnd does not should not be permitted to tench the young idea how to shoot that way. Many legislative recommendations are made and the impression prevails that the committee did most conscientious work and can not be charged with favoritism. The conditions generally of tne Institution were found to be bad which the public seems to have caught on to much before the management did as it has been steadily falling in estimation for some time. With the faults eliminated and the institution placed under a competent and business management it will open up the field of usefulness it was intended to occupy and give the people who are taxed for its support some reason for a continuance of the burden placed upon them, for which there has been little for some time. Infuriated citizens succeeded in getting hold of one of the men under nrrest for the abduction of the Keet baby at Springfield, Mo., but they could not make him confess that he took part in the crime. He was taken from the sheriff and swung by the neck until his face was black but he, protested his innocence to the last. A second swinging up also failed to make him admit that he had part in the crime and he was given back to Oxfords wear more comfortable, than white low shoes, both in and feeling. and our display both in Palm Beach and White Cloth is most anything that you could desire. Also White High Boots for ladies. Prices from $1.50 to $5.00. Light-Weig- ht There is no summer ap-nearan- ce Clothes The weight is given first consideration in our suits for summer wear, but we have also given attention to the other things you want in your suit. Ours are .finely tailored and of the latest A 11 9 IJlb WW mI In M fashion. Prices ranging from $6.00 to $15.00. Soft Collars Wash Ties Silk Hose Silk Shirts Call and let us show you I'll M'Roberts& Bailey Gents' Furnishings Stanford, Ky. ljhy-oSicer8- .. :fc 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 sending 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 proceeds of whi .h will be used for the express purpose of buying food and clothing for ouV unselfish soldiers, many of whom will give their lives in the defense of their country. There is no country on this earth that represents the high ideals of mankind and the brotherhood of the world as does this, and all citizens should sieze upon this opportunity to buy these bonds. Lincoln County is $ 1 3,000 short on the allotment of these bonds and the bankers of the county will meet at the court house at 1 0 o'clock Thursday morning with the determination of disposing of that amount and even more. Every citizen in the county is invited to be present. t BUY A LIBERTY BOND It Is PATRIOTIC, PROFITABLE :::::: and Should Be PERSONAL to Every Good AMERICAN McKINNEY DEPOSIT BANK CRAB ORCHARD BANKING COMPANY LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF STANFORD CITIZEN PEOPLES' BANK OF HUSTONVILLE THE NATIONAL BANK OF HUSTONVILLE THE BANK OF MORELAND WAYNESBURG DEPOSIT BANK THE INTERIOR JOURNAL jp m , T" JP$f t The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, June 12, 1917' Page Five Liberty Loans The First National Bank ha Welsh & Wiseman Co's subscribed for $20,000 par value of the of the United 15-3- 0 year 3 it 2 per Big Clearance Sale a cent Gold Bond State, believing it wai patriotic duty to aid our country to raise money to prosecute the war, and because we were satisfied it wa a safe investment. Those persons desiring to purchase, or subscribe ' for these bonds will please call, or write, and they will be furnished Continues All This Week The opportunity of the season to secure splendid bargains throughout the entire stock. Everything at reduced prices. Do not fail tG attend this sale. : at par and in tcrest, or their personal subscription will be received, and bonds bonds bought for them free of cost. : : : : The First National Bank Stanford, Ky. rard, were here at court Monday.. Mrs. Budette McKenzie spent sevMiss Annette Wray,of Danville, is eral days at her home at Mt. Verthe guest of Miss Frances Tate. B. G. Lair, a prominent citizen of non. Miss Pattye Perkins, has been the Somerset, attended court here Monguest of Miss Anna G. Wood in the day. country. Master James McBee is visiting Mrs. Frank Smith and children friends and relatives in the West are visiting friends and relatives at End. Versailles. Miss Sarah Wood is the guest of W. B. Jarvis, who has many Misses Mary Lee and Elizabeth Giv-e- friends in this county, was here at at Hubble. court Monday. Givens Smith, of Bryantsville, is and family Mr. W. H. Mershon visiting relatives and friends spent several days with relatives at here for a few days. Indianapolis, Ind. Mrs. Alice Pickett, of Shelbyville, Mr. J. S. Hocker was at London is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Saturday on business concerning the Wm. Severance. Boreing Land Co. Misses Grace and Thelma Hurst W. C. White, of Parksville, and went to Lawrenceburg Friday even- John M. Helm, of Brumfield, attending to visit relatives. ed court here Monday. Miss Christine Merritt, of DanW. O. Scott, of Covington, spent ville, is the guest of relatives and several days with the homefolks here for a few days. friends here, returning Sunday. W. W. Owens, a cattle dealer of Miss Mary Wallin, of the teleLongstrcet, Russell county, was here phone exchange here, spent Sunday court day and paid this office a call. with her parents near Cedar Creek. Judge and Mrs. Charles A. HarMr. H. B. Hacklev. of San An din, of Harrodsburg, spent Friday tonio, Texas, is the guest of his relawith Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Pennington. tives, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Kennedy. Miss Margaret Shanks, who has Mrs. A116n Traylor has returned been attending school at Science from Covington after a week's visit Hill, Shelbyville, has returned home to her daughter, Mrs. M. L. Mobley. fnr the summer. Mrs. Mattie Nevius went to Point Messrs. Joe Hill, Snalding Hill and Leavell Monday to visit Miss Mattie Miss Mary Eliz- Wylie, a friend of many years' standWilliam Carson and abeth McKinney attended the dance ing. at Danville Friday evening. Archie Traylor came over from Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Gover. lit- - Covington Saturday to attend the " MnUu'?.,aYiae' Cover burial of his great uncle, Mr. A. T. and Shirley Gover, of Crab Orchard, Traylor. . afternoon.-- . i'i. v;werer Traylor-anMiss Miss Ophelia Lackey, of Stanford, Frankie Doty Traylor, of Richmond, and Mrs. Emma Kauffman, of Lan- attended the burial of Mr. A. caster, have been the guests of Mrs. Thomas Traylor. M. C. Williams. Somerset Journal. Mrs. Mary Derr, mother of Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Bohnn and Mr. M. M. Sweeney, was called to Clayand Mrs. Crit Riffe. of Hustonville, ton, Ind., by the illness of her son, were guests of relatives here during John W. Derr. the week end. Harrodsburg Herald. Morris Cottengim and John Lair Mr. and Mrs. Dan Traylor and were here from Livingston Monday. Miss Annie Dunn, of the West End. A couple of pretty girls proved the attended the burial of Mr. A. T. magnets that drew them. Traylor at Goshen Saturday afterof North Mr. John F. McClure, noon. Yakima, Washington, returned home Mrs. Maggie Gover and son, Shir- yesterday after two weeks' visit to ley Gover. who have been residing his sister, Mrs. John C. Gooch. in Lexington, while school was in Miss Mary Burns, who has been session are at Crab Orchard for va- visiting Miss Ellen Scott, returned cation. to her home at Covington Sunday Coleman has returned Miss Scott accompanied her for a Harris University of Vir- brief visit. home from the ginia. He will probably take the exFred Durham and Charley A. Daamination for Second Lieutenant in vis, of Mt. Vernon, were here at .. the Marine Corns. court Monday. The former bought a Judge W. E. Varnon, who had been nice pony of John S. Baughman here for a month or so attending to while here. the disposal of the VanDevcer propMrs. A. Mims, who has been with erty, returned to his home at her sister, Mrs. E. C. Walton, for N. C, last week. several davs. returned home Sunday. S. M. Owens bought hero yester- Mrs. Walton accompanied her as far day of F. Logan Thompson 12 year- as Lexington. ling steers weighing about 500 Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Allen, Julian pounds at .'37. He has on hand 40 Allen and Miss Elizabeth Bush Albought nt the same price. len, of Millersburg, spent Sunday Mr. Joe McWilliams. the I. J.'s with the famillies of Mr. E. P. friend and reader, of Rllisburg, was Woods and S. J. Embry. Messrs. W. J. DeBaun and R. II. here Saturday aid naid this office an appreciated call. Mr. McWilliams Langford, of Perryville, were here was called to this county bv the Mondav. representing the Perryville death of his sister, Mrs. T. D. Lay. fair, which begins Aug. 8th and conthe 10th. Miss Blanche VanDevcer will ar- tinues over till Dorsey, of Louisville, Mrs. C. I. rive home Wednesday night from Mfcrganton. N. C. where she has is at Crab Orchard Springs. She has for some been teaching in the D & D. School been in poor health D. Eads, oftime. this She stopped by Asheville. N. C, and Her sister, Mrs. E. her. Sunday has been the guest of Miss Martha city, spent Addams, with has gone to Jr., Abram Vrirnon a few days. Crab Orchard, where he will be for C. Senator R. L. Hubble, J. and G. H. Masters were in the summer with his grandmother. Mrs. Lexington Friday soliciting adver- Jean Buchanan and daughter, Miss Buchanan. Frankfort Cor. tisements for the catalogue of the Lincoln County Fair. Aug. 22. 23, M. K. Wilson, of the Mt.' Salem 24. They had excellent success. Pres- section, called Monday and left a B. W. Givens chaperoned them. subscription ident for his neighbor, G. J. Mr. and Jake Robinson entertain- Austin. This naper has few bettor ed verv delightfully with a six o'- friends than Mr. Wilson, who is one clock dinner yesterday at their beau- of his section's hustling farmers. tiful country home. Those present Miss Sallio R. were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cobb, taught for tho past Cooke, who has several yenrs in Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Browning, Mr. the School for the Blind at PittsWalden, Mr. and and Mrs. George Pa., is at Hustonville to visit Mrs. Loris Sopor nnd Rev. Horace burg, J. W. Hocker before coming to Mrs. Kingsbury. Danville Advocate. Stanford to remain for a while- with-heMr. A. D Root, now located at sister, Mrs. G. B. Cooper. Sulphur, Okla.. is here on a visit to Samuel W. Mcnefee, of New C. Lcslio Carter, his daughter, Mrs. York who mov- terdayCity, was hero Sunday and yesnnd friends. Mr. Root, on n visit to his parents, Mr. ed from Lincoln to Roosevelt, Okla., and Mrs. J. N. Menefeo. Mr. Mcnefee did well in business there, but some is prospering In the electric car busmonths ago sold out and is now mak- iness in the metropolis nnd is gaining his homo nt Sulphur with his ing both wealth and flesh in his sister, Miss Belle Root, adopted home. here, where sho lived many years. Bonio McKechnie and Lynn Davis He is delighted with his adopted homo a.nd says'he has no desiro to went over to Lexington and took the live back in Kentucky, but finds examination for enlistment in tho great pleasure in making this section navy. Both passed and they aro oran occasional visit. His sons A. D. dered to report at Norfolk, Va., in Root, Jr., and Robert Root, are suc- some ten days or two weeks. Tho accessful business men of Roosevelt tion on tho part of these two patriand are great boosters for that town. otic young men is to be commended Mr. Root looks well, having ga ned and that they will make good solsome .flesh since he left the "Old diers op land orsea, none who know .hem well will for an instant uouu. Kentucky Home." ns here--Saturdafy Welsh & Wiseman Co Main and Third Streets Claude Bibb is down from London on n bsuiness trip. W. S. Fish, of Louisville, spent Sunday with his family here. Miss Ruth Painter, of Livingston, was the guest of Mrs. J. J. Painter. N. Jones returned Mrs. Harry Monday snternoon from a visit to PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Conn, of Gar- DANVILLE, KENTUCKY B. D. DANKS MAKINC GOOD Sam W. Mcnefee, who was hero Monday from New York City, told the I. J that Ben H. Danks, who was , innn. a iowolor in KtjinfnrI fn time, and who married Miss Alpha lyree, oi mis city, is doing splendidly in his city. He owns a nice block of stock in the Wbotworth Five and Ten Cent Store business, whose stock is sold on Wall street like that of railroads and other big corporations, and is the jewelry buyer for the big concern which has 800 stores in various cities of the United States. "Danks is getting to be a very rich man and he and Mrs. Danks and the children live in royal ntyle," said Mr. Mcnefee, who frequently runs across him in the metropolis. Mr. good lortune will be weluanKs come news to his many friends here, all of whom remember him kindly and hope for him even better things relatives at Berea. Miss Ruth Waller, of Louisville, has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. T. H. Eads. and little Mrs. O. P. Huffman granddaughter, Allie Katherine Davis, are visiting relatives at Danville. Mrs. Mary Painter, of Rockcastle, has come down to spend some time with her son, J. J. Painter, and fam- ily. Capt. P. E. Parrish, who had several ribs broken by a kick from a mare he was working, is resting as well as could be hoped, at his home at Crab Orchard. In remitting for his I. J. from L. R. Hughes. "Enclosed find check for $1.50 for the best county paperon earth. Let her come on," writes J. D. Eads, from Anchorage, Ky. Little Misses Emily and Louise Jones, children of Mr. and Mrs. II. N. Jones, have received as a gift from their grandparents at Burca a hand- Isomc pony and buggy, which they Mrs. J. M. Collier, of Crab Orchard, was in the city this morning Mrs. Adelia Woods went to Point Leavell this morning to visit the family of Mr. II. L. Wallace. Mrs. E. T. Carter and children arrived last night from Evansville, Ind., to visit Mrs. Julia Hughes and are greatly enjoying. d Ashe-vill- o, Eu-ban- Courier-Journa- l. Dr. E. J. Brown and Mr. Welch Rochester will leave this afternoon for Hendersonville, N. C, for a brief vacation. Mr. Rochester, who has been'confined to his room for a week Aultman, 0., Arthur G. Smith says: or so, is all right again and will make the "I don't see how I could get along his trip without inconvenience to health. without the Interior Journal, for it gives all the news in good old Lincoln county. So please do not let me MISS EVA RANKIN ENTERTAINS miss a copy." ' Miss Eva Rankin entertained on Thursday evening at her country home in honor of her attractive Ethel Dodge, of Ohio. Rig , guest, Misswas beautifully decorated The house in pink and white roses and potted pJMtsC.i "contest was greatly enjoyed, Mrs. Lucy Miller Bartley winning first prize and Miss 2 Drops, and the Corn is a "GonerF Mdtsy Grimes second. In the ObserWhen you'vo got to walk on vation the sides of your shoo to Ret away was thecontest Mr. James Sanders lucky one. Delicious ices, there's from those awful e only one common-sensthins to do. cakes and mints were served. The guests who enjoyed the hospitality of this young hostess were: Misses Elizabeth Hunn, Ethel Dodge. Let-ti- e Walker McKinney, Matsy Grimes, Josephine Matheny, Anna G. Wood, Anna K. Matheny, Pattye Perkins, Jean Paxton, Belle Russell, Sara Wood, Marietta Goggin. Mina Rankin, Pearl Chrisman, May Gover, Vercie Hester, Lucy Wilmot, Lillje Wilmot, Lucv Spoonamore. Snllic Yeager Mr.ryEl!a Wavne, Edith Elizabeth Holtzclaw, Lydia Carr, Mrs. Lucy Miller Bartley, Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay Rankin, Mr. and Mrs. James Sanders. Messrs. Evalt Givens, Prescott Brown, Patterson Tanner, A. C. Coffey, Edward Tanner, Henlev Cash, John Cash. FerdiYour Cornx Won't Use "Geto-It;- " nand Matheny, Charles Sanders. Swell In Water. JIcnIdeH. Thr)'ll Ilnrtwcll Shanks, Clem Hill, Dewey Shrivel, Loosen awl t'cel OH! Chrisman, Thomas Goggin, Ernest on tho Put 2 or 3 drops of "Gets-It- " Rankin, Lynn Gooch, Sherman Ann corn right away. Pain ana will disappear, the corn will derson, David Morris, Bryan nnd Ben begin to shrivel from that Instant Wilmot, Hopner. Sar.difer, Ottis '.lien It loosens and falls right off. W. S. Drye, 'Calvin Hester, In There's no other T. the world that nets like "UctH-It.- " In B. W. Givens, Jr., Carl Acton. Joeand No new discovery has been made Embry, Jr., Bonio McKechnie was slnco "Gets-lt- " Metcalf, of Danville. born. Don't forget that fact. "Gets-It- " Homer does away forever with tho use IN HONOR OF MRS. SAUFLEY of salves that Irritate, bandages that make n bundle of your toe, plasters On" Saturday afternoon Miss Esthe that half do draw work, knives and" ther Burch entertained in honor of blood. Use "Gets-Itscissors that Mrs. Shelton M. Saufley, who leaves no more digging or cutting1, t "Geta-It- " is sold everywhere. 250 a Friday for Richmond to reside in tho bottle, or sont on receipt ol prlco by future. Members of the Logan WhitK. Lawrence it Co., Chicago, 111. ley Chanter of tho D. A. R. and a Sold in Starirord and recommond-e- few friends were tho guests. The period as the world's best corn remedy social Burch was spent at rooms of Miss and refreshments served by Tho Lincoln Pharmacy and The at The Princess. The table was arPenny Drug Store. tistically decorated in flags and flowers. The patriotic contest was enjoved and the toasts given to Mrs. Mr. Frank Robinson appropriSauflev were indeed t" seeaM sJs ate. The guests werequite Mrs. W. M. D'lnvi.lle s ulton, Mo., where shejust in tnuTt Bright, Mrs. Annie Engleman. Miss has Elisabeth Hunn, Miss Anna K. Mathe past scholastic Mrs Rob theny, Miss Josephine Carpenter, h been Mrs. R. C. Hocker, Mrs. J. W. Haugh-maa number of years. Miss Lucilo DcBose, Mrs. W Editor Sholton M. Saufley II. Shanks. Miss Lovisa Harris. Mrs here from Richmond Sum lay with 1,12 J. C. MoClarv, Miss Susan Fisher Woods, Mrs. T. W. Pennington. Mrs. R. M. Blackorby, Miss Sue Taylor regret at their departure Mr SniVr Kngloman, Mrs. 11. U. uaugimv.ui Mrs. R. T. Bruce. THE LATEST WAR NEWS British troops have captured another mile of German trenches southeast of Messines, together with seven field guns and prisoners, according to the official report from British headquarters. The Italians have begun an offensive in tho region southeast of Trent and have captured two important points of vantage from the Austrians issued today. Monte east of Cima Undice, and the Agnello pass both were taken, in addition to more than 500 prisoners. Following the example of the United States, Great Britian has replied to the Russian Government's request for a statement of war aims The reply concurs in Russia's purpose not to dominate other people or take from them their national pat rimony or torcibly occupy foreign territory. The defense of the exist ence of countries, the enforcement of respect for international agreement and the liberating of populations oppressed by alien tyranny is adhered to in the note. The note says Great Britian joins with Russia in acceptation and approval of the principles laid down by President Wilson in his historic message to Orti-gara, yet. Congress. Corns Peel .1Oft:Wifh"GtSfir corn-pain- s, The-music- al' Wel-bur- n, patriotic meeting of the association, which was held at the monster Hippodrome theatre, was attended by over six thousand doctors and was an inspiring spectacle. The address of welcome was delivered by Major Mitchell and the principal speech was made by Colonel Theodore Roosevelt, who said that the army which the United States must raise will need the services of forty thousand physicians and surgeons. The American association pledged its loyalty to the government and its members will make all required sacrifices to meet the obligations resting upon the profession. Lexington Leader. s ATTENDED BIG MEETING Dr. Carl L. Wheeler has returned from New York, where he attended the convention of tho American Medical Association. He says that the big Taking Cathartics Every Day For Weeks Don t Cure Stomach Trouble They do not eliminate the poisonous Bile Accretions from the System, so declares a leading Chicago Stomach Specialist. Often Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of the Stomach and Intestines, Auto Intoxication. Yellow Jaundice, Appendicjtis and other dangerous ailments are the consequences. .Mayr's Wonderful Remedy is the ideal prescription for Stomach, Liver and Intestinal ailments. It has restored millions. One dose will prove that it will help you. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy is for sale by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The Penny Drug Store. .. DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER Mayor D. T. Matiack vetoed tho ordinance providing for the sale of $180,000 of bonds for a waterworks lntlam-mutlo- PRESS BOYS ARE GATHERING. Members of the Kentucky Pres-Association, who began assembling in Louisville yesterday for the annual convention of the il association, were guests of the Merchants' Association at an informal reception in the auditorium of The Soelbaeh last night. Business sessions of the association began at the hotel this morning and conmid-summ- er Re-t'l- Mc-Beat- h, tinue daily through Friday. corn-remov- er corn-remove- rs suit. BULLY FOR C. O. MASONS Crab Orchard Lodge, No. 030, F. & A. M., at a regular meeting last night subscribed for a $100 Liberty Bond. This is the first fraternal order of the county to make such n $30,000,000. patriotic move and it is hoped that many of the other lodges will follow ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR A BOTTLE OF plant at Winchester. The American sailing vessel Magnus Manson has been sunk by a Gorman submarine. She was sent down after the crew had left her. A large barn belonging to McAfee in Mercer county was detroved by fire Saturday morning. The building was struck by lightning. Tie railroads and other corporations scored a victory before the court of appeals, which deeded that .hey should pot bo taxed at full property value, and directing assessment at fiO per cent, of their actual luc. I.ouiv- i'l yesterday was selected a1? tho cant mment site for the Ninth division of the draft army. On acres o" ground, south of Audubon Park, there will soon siring up a soldier citv t" house 32,00 men. It wax estimated last night that tho ictnry will moap an increase annually in money circulated thore of Mo-Clu- ng - 2,-0- 00 d SOT0"1 MOTHER'S 3 Jl JJ T Ji 1 I STnOMf E L,NCOLN MAYR'S Wonderful Remedy for H TROUBLE convinces PHARMACY, THE AND n'frieni''33 CoV For Expectant Mothers other reliable druggists Tho muscles expand easier. Tho jrcasts are kept in good condition. Used by three generations. Tho prescription of n famous physician. Apply, externally, night and morning. BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., 116 Lamar Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. MONEY WELL EXPENDED Taking money that originally was intended for use in the erection of a club house, the Woman's Club of Elizabethtown has purchased Liberty bonds. The women, at n called meeting, decided that nothing should stand in the way of responding to the country's call for aid and that the proposed clubhouse could wait. SLACKERS TO PAY THE PENALTY Orders for tho arrest of every man between the ages of 21 nnd 30, inlast clusive, who after 9 o'crock night cannot show a certificate of registration for war service was issued by the Provost Marshal Office Phone No. 5 Carter's Livery and Feed Stable PENNY DRUG STORE; n. r Maurice J. Farris. Jr., of Danville. well-know- n politician, having represented with much credit his homo county of M many LKis,ture. Ho s now hfo friends heroin lSo?" are hoping that he will ln.i.th0 for 8herJff i '.. citizen. It Pleasing to know that Lincoln is very ty boys make good wherever coun. th locate. Wnihfa fur,om hls raf.1 win. ""ty Good .? "bout itor of tho I. J. his regret nt not hero the day tho flag wns raised. Ho has been n very busy man of late and between speaking nt flag trying to get trio Liberty Bonds floated, and using his influenco toward getting as large a registration as possible for Kentucky, ho has not had a great amount of time to attend to State affairs. Ho says that for tho past six weeks ho has worked any where from 12 to 20 hours pe,r day, and that while ho is n strong man physically, ho is feeling tho effects of the laborious duties he has performed. bo-in- .Gov. A. O. Stnnloy phoned the SORRY HE COULDN'T COME edg J. M. CASEY Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Cattlo and Hogs Vaccinated rnis-ing- s, OncDrop Bourbon Poultry Remedy down eliirlt violptpa m lTWy A few droits In . urinuiiiL' andpreventswhlto ularrnoea.cnoieraanu other tho water cures dUeaM's. Ono MVcent bottle makes liaHhK t chicle -- . . .tLALil Tho Interior Journal, $1.60 a year. 'able poultry HWI9I KKDI KUWorby mall lKxtiuld. pooic mo on CO., lulitlw, If. niuou Valu mmmmmimmmmmmmmim ..- -. jail' Page Si The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Our farmers arc busy plowing their corn over, Betting tobacco ana Caused by Disease ef the Kidneys. talking war. S. T. Boone, wife and son, of Somvisiting Mr. Boone's erset, " Tho closo connection which exists parents, were and Mrs. J. H. Boone. Mr. between the heart nnd tho kidneys is W. J. Dunaway nnd wife were viswell known nowadays. As soon as itors of Mrs. Dunaway's parents, Mr. kidneys are diseased, arterial tension is nnd Mrs. J. H. Boone Sunday afterincreased and tho heart functions are noon. attacked. When the kidneys no longer a few pleasant After spending pour forth waste, uremic poisoning weeks bnck home in old Lincoln with occurs nnd the person dies, and the homcfolks and friends, J. B. Boono cause is often given as heart disease, or has returned to Detroit, where ho disease of brain or lungs. has a position. It is n good insurance against such a Mrs. B. D. Hiatt spent the day with risk to send 10 cents for a large trial Mrs. Joe Gerkey Tuesday. pnekage of "'Anuric" the latest disMrs. Alfred Marshall is nblo to bo covery of Dr. Tierce. Also Eend a up nnd stir about in tho house. Eample of your water. This will bo Mrs. J. W. Young nnd Mrs. J. M. examined without charge by expert Hintt were guests of Mrs. Marshall, at Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, Monday afternoon. chemists Buffalo, N. Y. When you suffer from Boone is at Somerbackache, frequent or scanty urine, setMaster Arthur visiting his brother, S. T. Boone. pains here or there, or that rheumatic Miss Myrtle Lewis was the guest feeiing, it's constant tjred, worn-ou- t time to write Dr. Pierce, describe your of her brother, Hubert Lewis Sun- SUDDEN DEATH MT. MORIAH nit'JI A Good Home Why not own your own privilege. It is no longer n luxhome? Thousands are enjoying the ury but an economy. A homo of your own is a constant bulwark against adversity and a comfort in old age. Is the best legacy ever left one'i family. Children Cry for Fletcher's Ihe in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of - and has been made unaer ms per Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been sonal supervision since its infancy, Allow no one to deceive you in this. are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. ycUcC46i Just-as-go- Everything Comes to Him Who Waits On Himself The sooner you select your home and invest your money the better. For property will never be any cheaper and is just as sure to go higher as you exist today. The population is rapidly increasing all the time and the earth is not stretching one bit and you know have got to have homes. Think it over, come to see us and we 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. Is 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. No. 98 Two story six room residence; garden; well at door and all necessary outbuildings. Right at good school and church. The price on this place is as cheap as dirt. Will sell, trade and make right terms. This place can be bought for less than the lumber cost te build the house. It will pay you to investigate this property. No. 96 A large blacksmith shop located right and a money maker. Will sell mighty cheap. day. symptoms nnd get his medical opinion Mrs. Albert without charge absolutely free. This ents, Mr. nndBaugh visited her parMrs. Jack Flanory "Anuric" of Doctor Pierce's is found Wednesday. to be 37 times more active than lithia, There will be n working at Mt. for it dissolves uric acid in tue system Moriah June 13th to clean off tho ns hot water does sugar. Simply ask for Dr. Pierce's Anuria grave yard and also clean the house. Tablets. There can bo no imitation. Everybody that has any of their lovEvery package of "Anuric" is sure to ed ones sleeping in the Mt. Moriah be Dr. Pierce's. You will find the signa- cemetery nro invited and urged to ture on the package just aa you do on come on named day and bring good Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery tools with them nnd help with a good work. We want all the good stout for blood and stomach. women who will come to bring along WORRY, DESPONDENCY. their brooms and some soap and rags Kidney Disease Is suspected by medical to help with cleaning the floor nnd men when patients complain of imckaeho lamps, etc. You women bring your or suiter with Irregular urination, dis- husbands and sweethearts along with turbed, too frequent, scanty or painful you to handle the benches, (nnd passage. Tho general symptoms are rheubroom too if will.) Don't forget matic pains or neuralgia, headaches, to put a piecethey corn bread and nn of dizzy spells, Irritability, despondency, weakness and general misery. Worry onion in your pocket for it might is a frequent catteo and sometimes a take all ady. symptom of kidney disease. Thousands Miss Viola Hiatt has been on the have testified to fmmedlato relief from sick list, but is some better at this theso symptoms after using Dr. Piercers writing. Anuric Tablets. Mr. and Mrs. Jean Huchison nnd children, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Spires PULASKI OFFICIALS INDICTED and children were the guests of The following sent from Somerset father, Mr. John Spires Sunday. their Mr. shows that the grand jury just ad- Spires has moved into the J. H. Hiatt journed there did some work of in- house. terest during its sitting: Mr. and Mrs. William Gerkey The Pulaski county grand jury has were guests of their parents, Mr. and finished its work, and returned 107 Mrs. Joe Gerkey last Monday night. indictments against County Judge Miss Mary A. Boone is the atR. F. Jasper nnd W. G. Cundiff, for- tractive guest of her sister, Mrs. W. mer road enginner; twenty-nin- e inDunaway, Stanford. dictments against R. F. Jasper and J. Aunt EligieatBaugh continues very J. S. Parker, road engineer; eleven sick, we are sorry to say. indictments against Jasper and W. There will be a singing at Fair-vie- w G. Cundiff, road engineer; eleven church by Prof. H. O. Young, indictments against Judge R. F. Jas- July 1st. All singing classes are inper and the Fiscal Court and one in- vited. Dinner on the ground. dictment against Griffin, Lewis, Porch and Wesley, of the Fiscal The number of German prisoners Court. taken in the British operations in the The indictments charge malfeas- Ypres spction now is more than 0. ance in office and improper expendiThe British drive against the ture of the funds that were voted for German positions has ceased for the the building of pikes in this county. time being, and the troops are occuNone of the indictments charge pying graft upon the part of any official, groundthemselves in consolidating the gained. but charge that money was spent out Reduction of tax on automobiles, bond issue fund for office furof the on niture, rent, surveying, buying rights elmination of taxationplaceconfectiondecision a tax on of way, paying salaries, attorneys' ery and patrons to Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric,. Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains e neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. is its parantee. For more than thirty years it has beer. i:i ioA3ts.at use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, T7ir..1 T !i; .vd Tiarrhoea ; allaying Fevcrishness arising: thoicj'ror.1, f.nd by reguating the Stomach and Bowels, aids Che assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Its-ag- What is CASTORIA smimE CASTORIA always pBears the Signature of (duz&Y ei&JtivU. lt VORK CITV. In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THK CINTAUH COMPANY, I Price right. No. 221 31 acres of land one mile from the court house, all vin grass, well watered and fenced and an ideal location for a building site. tract of unimNo. 222 proved land close to town on good pike; well watered and fenced and all in grass. Good building site. A dandy small farm. Only one mile out and price low. Terms easy. 17-ac- re in the s Two heart of Stanford. Best location in town and both are always rented. These rooms are a splendid investment and always pay a good dividend after taxes, insurance and repairs are paid. Will make a price on these that will interest you. No. 38 store-room- No. 223 Nice large hotel in good town, well located and in good repair. Has an extra large lot and good barn and is splendid opportunity for any one contemplating going into tho hotel business. This property is on the market and is going to sell. We have several nice business for sale and all money makers, splendid locations etc. If you want to go into a business we would like to talk tno matter over with you for we know that we have some propositions that will interest you. We also have the St. Asaph Hotel for sale and also for rent. The present rental contract expires on July 15th, 1917 and will rent it fullv furnished and equipped. All you will have to do is take charge and begin to make money. We also have several thousand dollars that clients want to loan on good land notes. If you want money come to sec us. No. 221 A house of four rooms, good yard and garden, on Boone Highway and a corner lot. Rents for $5 per month. Will sell or tiade. Price only $500 and terms to suit you. Although Louisville has exceeded! PRAYER OF THE KAISER BILL its allotMine Gott, vill you be mine pardner? by more than $2,000,000 t ment of $5,000,000. The You don't know who I am; expects the Liberty I am der German Kaiser Loan Legion to continue its labors. Der emperor Will I am. You know I whipped dem Belgian, The court of appeals has reversed Und mit bullets filled Russia full. the decision of the Boyle circuit Und I'll vip France und Italy court in the Cecil will case and orUnd blow up Johnny Bull, dered another trial. Some $300,000 Now for dem udder nations is involved. I just don't give a d If you vill be mine pardner Und vip Uncle Sam. You know I got der submarines K I represent the largest and best made-tAll Europe knows dot well, ordtr clothing house in this country pot a patent now But Edison Ed 7. Price and Co.. Chicago. III. My er- Vot blows dem all to hell, In and directing the fierlence your measuring girei me the advantage clothes, Now, Gott, if you will do dis, orer one who is not a practical tailor. If yoo Den you I vill always love, will give me your order, I will promise you a Und I'll be emperor of earth, square deal. Tou will get the worth of yonr money, either In the cheapest grades or the Und you emperor above. My higher prices. But Gott, if you refused me dis, SPRING AND SUMMER Tomorrow just at eleven were line of samples It now ready far yonr infees, inspection work and other cabaret Senate Finance decided upon I'll call my Zeppelins oud, Can now and let me show yon. spection. by the Committee. Und make a war on Heaven. things, all contrary to law. I would not ask dis of you, Gott Eleven of the indictments against But it so plainly can be seen, Judge Jasper and the Fiscal Court Ven Edison pushes dot button in, are for approving and issuing a. salDen I got no submarine. Beazley & Co. ary check to the County School SuAMEN. perintendent when Judge Bethurum had handed down a decision that the Superintendent's salary could not be Dan V. Terrell, professor of the increased during his term of office. College of Civil Engineering of the inFour members of the court are University of Kentucky was named dicted on the charge of being personacting dean of the college by Presially interested in the claims against dent Barker, whose successor will be the county. selected soon. Former Dean W. F. The bringing of these indictments Rowe, whose retirement has been has created a stir in political circles, asked by the Board or Trustees, isas Judge Jasper is a candidate for sued a statement regarding crition a good roads platform cisms heaped upon him in the trus42, K.y and W. G. Cundiff, road engineer, is tees' renort. a candidate for County Court Clerk. Judge Jasner said today that he was not at all worried over the bringing of the indictments; that he was well within his rights when he issued vouchers. In fact, he said the Attorney General of the State has so rulAND BEST ed. He has demanded an immediate U. S. trial. It. He claims that the whole thing is a political scheme to defeat him for ARTICLES Energy 10 cent will buy office. Eggs 385 The grand jury, in its report, says Beef, sirloin 410 M Mutton, leg that the county is in the worst shape You should know this Hail Fellow. 445 Hi financially that it has ever been and He may be a friend in need. He Milk 1030 Pork, loin that there has been a ruthless expen- has saved many tobacco growers 1035 1 185 Cheese diture of money. It says that the from ruin. He is n county is in debt $80,000 besides the Butter 1365 $300,000 bond issue. The report says Breakfast Foodi 1489 Rice the present Republican administraj. 2025 Potatoes tion has gotten the county in this 2950 shape. Beans, dried 3040 Treasury-Departmen- To the Public: i - H.C-.-RUPLEYrS:- T-" -- m J. L Undertaker EmHJmer Stanford. Phone Wheat Flour CHEAPEST FOOD! Government Tests Prove A HAIL FELLOW WELL MET Hughes and operation between this Government and Italy, and will leave next week for a farewell tour of tho South nnd Middle West. TWO MULES BRING $5,000 The high cost of the American mule caused by the shipment of so many thousands of them to the war You can secure his protection in is indicated by the fact that a farmer the Hartford Fire Insurance Comat Scnrsdale, N. Y., recently paid pany for a few cents a day. Let $5,000 for a pair of trotting pinto mules, said to be the record price us introduce you. for these animals. The parent of tho breed is the ninto Indian nonv of inu iiuji iiuuuuiciiu iruiu ui uKia- homa, which has turned its attention THE INSURANCE MAN to the profitable business of raising pinto mules. The pair at Hartdalo nro genuine calico, with rich bay and As a result of the recent bombardcreamy white patches. They have ment of Ostcnd and probably in fear trotted their mile in three minutes. that another operation of a similar might bo carried out Tho Italian War Mission has vir- character Germans have tually completed its conferences with against tho port, tho ships from the American officials, which have result- removed all tho largo ed in a complete agreement for co- harbor, which presents a deserted Hartford Hail Policy Jesse D. Wearen 1 Wheat Flour 6540 (U. S. Department of Agriculture Farmers Bulletin No. 142) ENERGY Muscle and Strength Giving Qualities a i J. H. Baughman & Co. SPECIAL EXCURSION SUNDAY, JULY 1. In a crowded car," said Bill. "If I don't stand upon my feet Some other fellow will." "I never occupy a seat Petrograd reports a wireless message sent to tho Russian armies by on the German commander-in-chie- f tho eastern front in a nattempt to inveigle them into an armistice and secret negotiations with tho German leaders. Southern Railway System Following Round Trip Fares in effect from Danville, Ky. to MTarty Stanford, Ky. Office Phone 180 Home Phones 152 and 184 don't make tho fatal mlstako of re- spitting and hawking; and evil odor garding it as a trifling matter. Au- of tho breath will not only causa thorities agree that Catarrh is nn in- misery to you, but will mako your fection of tho blood. Consequently, presence obnoxious to others, S. S. S.. sprays, salves nnd lotions can af- which has been tho Btandard blood ford only temporary relief, becauso medicine for fifty years, will relievo they do not reach tho Eourco of tho your catarrh, because it will purify disease, tho blood. When you depend your blood and relievo it of the acS. S. S. contains on these temporary remedies alone cumulated poisons. drugs. your case is likely to grow cteadily no mineral or worse until it becomes chronic and S. S. S. is on sale at all druggists and possibly affects tho lungs. the advice of our medical department But even if tho infection does not is at your disposal, free of charge. go this far, tho continuous dripping Swift Specific Co., 302 Swift Building, of mucous in tho throat, tho constant Atlanta, Ga. habit-forming, If You S From Catarrh Louisville $1.50 Lawrenceburg .$1.00 Shelby ville Harrodsburg. . .$ .50 and J $1.25 Simitar reductions to all local stations between Danville Lexington and Louisville. Tickets limited for return trip to date of sale. I ! RETURNING No. 9 will be held at Louisville until .. .5:30 P. M. For further information see Ticket Agent, Southern Railway System. ! flf7 Jf iw s;i The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: TOTI Page Seven DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER Mrs. Lampton liramson, nged 35, is dead at Harrodsburg. Mrs. Susan Oevrstrcet, aged 84 and the mother of Rev. M. A. Over-stree- t, is dead nt Harrodsburg. Tho Men's H Ic Class of Crescent Hill I'rcsbvterian Sundnv school has bought a S100 Liberty Bond which will form a nucleus of a fund for an orphan boy in tho Anchorage Or- 'A TEXAS WONDER The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, cures diabetes, weak nnd lamo backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of the kidneys nnd bladder in Regulates both men and women. 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Send for T.lnvd TCniil. nf NipVinlns was fined SOO and given 10 days in sworn testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, jnil for bootlegging nt Mt. Sterling. 2020 Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. Young Keid, who i of n good tami-lwas at Mt. Sterling attending a dance when arrested. Theodore Roosevelt, in an address County Judge Coulter, of Boyle, nt tho annual memorial services of held that the Cincinnati Southern the Railroad Brotherhoods and the Railway had power to condemn the Order of Railway Telegraphers, in land of John and Robert Quiscnbcr-ry- , Philadelphia, asserted that the new of Danville, for railway purposes American nrmy should be on the nnd now a battle royal is expected dcmociatic French model, with proto follow. motions to officers for those who Before tho week ends Congress show themselves fit. hopes to send the war budget and espionage bills to President Wilson. Prohibition questions are looming into prominence in the food measures. Amendments or national prohibition arc numerous in the Sennte. The body of Baby Lloyd Keet was found in a well on the Crenshaw Years Used fnrm, eight miles from Springfield, Mo., in a decomposed condition. The child was taken from tho home of Millionaire Keet while he and his wife were at a dance, and was held for ransom. It is believed that the abductors did away with the child, fearing arrest from the several detectives at work on the case. Secretary of Agriculture Houston, in a public statement, outlines the purposes of the food bills the Administration has asked Congress to pass. The Woman's Tonic The two Administration bills provide for systematic development of the productive forces of the country, nnd an adequate control of distribuSold Everywhere m tion and consumption, so as to conserve for the American people and her allies the foodstuffs provided through the stimulation of agriculture. Last Tuesday was a patriotic day at Cane Valley in Adair county, If Your Head Aches when the citizens, amid ceremonies or your eyes hurt, you need your appropriate for the occasion unfurled to the breezes the Stars and Stripes. glasses changed. Save your eyesight. Rev. W. G. Montgomery of this citv Dr. J. delivered the oration, which was followed by Coleman W. Lutes, Re- will be here court days and Saturcruiting Officer of the U. S. Army, days. Stanford, Ky. Phone 161. Satwho made nn earnest appeal to the isfaction guaranteed. citizens of the county to lend their assistance in the cause of liberty. y, 40 GARDUI J J 0 Turner Campbellsville News-Journa- l. Dr. J. G. Carpenter in mm"- - MMM hum iMtaa" IM1 Him i w United States Tires Are Good Tires A Tire for Every Need of Price and Use 'Nobby' 'Chain' 'Royal Cord' 'Usco' 'Plain' IF.& " f F? 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 N EEDS: mmwmmm 'rr &-- :' P iff imiiiMiimmiiB '.':',;,, ii I.,-, United States TUBES and TIRE ACCESSORIES Have All the Sterling Worth and Wear that Make United States Tires Supreme :' ' ft m tmsriUU i I A ii till! H.C.Anderson,Stanfdrd i THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER One of the most popular patriotic airs to be suns at Crab Orchard, (Adi here cem word eacn luue, cash June 23, will be "The Star Spangled Banner." Here it is, cut; it out and with order; re 1 aa letsa than 25o each luue.) no take it with you that you may join in the singing. FOR SALE Three tobacco beds. ' 0 say, can you see, by the dawn's early light, last gleaming? S. J. Embry, Stanford. 4C-- tf What so proudly we haiM at the twilight's Whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous CORN Good old corn sale. F. CENT WORD ADS for L' ' I O'er the ramparts wo watched, were so gallantly streaming! And the rocket's red glare, the bombs bursting in air, Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there: n snv. Hnn t.hnt Rtnr.snnncrled banner yet wave O'er the land of the fro 3 and the homo of the brave? Where the foe's haughty host in dread silence reposes, What is that which the breeze, o'er the towering steep, As it fitfully blows, now conceals, now discloses? Now it catches the gleam of the morning's first beam, In full glory reflected now shines on the stream: banner! O long may it wave 'Tis the O'er the land of the fro o 'and the home of the brave! star-spangl- ed Reid, Stanford, Ky. FOR SALE Lincoln lage "SEED CORN." 4 5-- 4t Wonder, siSee E. T. 32-t- On the shore, dimly seen though the mists of the deep, m ,l it And where Is that band who so vauntingly swore That the havoc of war and the battle's confusion A home and a country should leave us no more? Their blood has washed out their foul footsteps' pollution. No refuge could save the hireling and slave From the terror of flight, or the gloom of the grave: in triumph doth wave And the O'er the land of the free and the homo of the brave! star-spangl- it over, when freemen shall stand Between their loved homes and the war's desolation! land Blest with victory and peace, may the Praise the Power that hath mado and preserved us a nation. Then conquer wo must, for our cause it is just, And this be our motto: "In God is our trust.', banner in triump shall wave And the O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave! Oh! thus be heaven-rescued star-spangl- Gen. Pershing and his personal Demand for the trial and punishNicholas Romanoff, deposed staff of twelve officers were received ment of Emperor, is growing throughout Rus- at Buchingham Palace Saturday by sia. The crews of three Russian war- King George. The American continships have asked that the former gent was welcomed td England's Emperor be confined at Kronstadt shores by the King, who said that it until he is placed on trial, and they had been the dream of his life to see English-speakin- g threaten force if their demand is re- the two nations jected. ..... more closdly united. Pence, Jr., Stanford. f AUTO SERVICE anywhere; day or night; reasonable prices. Call phone 234. T. H. Eads. FOR SALE A tobacco bed 80x9 feet. Plants extra quality and well rooted. R. E. Gaines, Crab Orchard 4G-Phone No. 38. Deering FOR SALE A good binder in the very best condition. It can bo bought worth the money. G. A. Swinebroad, Lancaster, Ky. 4fitf FOR SALE Fine yearling Duroc boar; young Duroc boars and gilts and a very fine Jersey cow fresh. 4C-R. L. Berry, Hustonville, Ky. NOTICE I have the exclusive agency for Muth Bread and the F. 0. Stone lino of cakes. I get two shipments a week. Mrs. E. B, Pow4G-ell. Hustonville, Ky. FOR SALE A manure spreader mado by the International Harvester Co. It is in first class condition and will sell at a bargain. Mrs. J. B. Wil-li45tf. CrabJJrchard. LOSTr A pocketbook containing something over ?G, between Greer's blacksmith shop and Turncrsvillo. A reward will be given if returned to p this office or to Sam Holtzclaw. BY mistake I put five bottles of Raleigh's medicines in the wrong buggy at McKinney the other day. Owner of the buggy I placed the medicine in will please notify mo and oblige. Cecil Manning; Turnersville. 41-F- tf tf 2t s, The Interior Journal, $1.50 a year CAR LOAD of lime in barrels and hydrated lime in sacks at W. H. Hig gins'. It FOR SALE A few bushels of sroghum seed. John B. Foster, Stan lp ford. FOR SALE A good carriage at a bargain. Rubber tires and in No. 1 p condition. J. H. Woods, FARM HELP WANTED in Will county. Illinois. Address Will County 47-- 1 Farm Bureau, Joliet, Illinois. SALE A leather davenport, FOR almost new. can be bought at n bar gain. Mrs. S. S. Robinson, Huston 47-2- In view of present emergency confronting the country, it is of the greatest importance that all those who have dynamite or explosives of any kind for sale, make a record of such sales, as to amount sold, purday afternoon. pose and the person to whom sold, and date. DIED OF HIS INJURIES Attention is called to Section 1374, George Yocum, aged about 35, Kentucky Statutes, which reads as who was hurt while in the employ of follows : the Q. & C. was brought to his home "Dynamite Selling or giving at McKinney, some time ago, died of without keeping register. That it his injuries Sunday. He was not shall be unlawful for any perthought to be seriously wounded, but son to sell, loan or give any dynacomplications set up with the above mite, or caps therefor, within result. He is survived by his wife and without this Commonwealth, several children. keeping a register of the amount sold, to whom sold, the date of Henry Catron bought of W. H. sale, and for what purpose to be Poynter a cow for $4G; a sow and six used. Any person violating any nigs from Hiram Severance for $25; of the provisions of this section a weaning calf of George Edwards shall be fined in a sum not less for $20 and of R. L. Smith seven dollars nor than twenty-fiv- e Shorthorn yearlings for $200. more than one hundred dollars for each offense." Thoro Is more Catarrh In this section It is requested that copies of these of the country than all other diseases records be furnished the County Atput together, and for years it was suptorney of your county, and copy will posed to bo incurable. Doctors prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falllnff be sent by him to this office. to cure ulth local treatment, pronounced Bv order of the Governor: it Incurable. Catarrh is a local disease, J. Tandy Ellis, freatly Inlluenced by constitutional conThe Adjutant General." ditions und therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh MediAll citizens are requested to report cine, manufactured by P. J. Cheney & any violations, and all dealers in Co., Toledo, Ohio. Is a constitutional remedy, is taken Internally and acts Lincoln county are asked to furnish thru the Blood on tho Mucous Surfaces me with a copy of the record on the first day of each moi.th so that I may of the System. Ono Hundred Dollars reward Is oftered for any cuso that Hall's f oi ward a copy to the Adjutant GenCatanh MvdMno falls to cure. Send for eral. circulars and testimonials. Respectfully. P. J. CHKNEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. W. S. BURCII. Co. Attorney. Sold by DriiKBlsts. 75c. Lincoln County. Hall's Family I'llls for constipation. MRS. T. D. LAY PASSES AWAY Mrs. T. D Lay, of the Buck Creek section of this county, passed away at her home at an earlv hour Friday morning after a short illness. Dcceas'ed was 30 years old and a devout member of the Baptist church. She leaves a husband and four small children to mourn the loss of a kind and loving wiio and mother She was the daughter of Mr. John McWil-liam- s of Pulaski county. Four brothers. Joe McWilliams, of Ellisburg, Dr. W. E. McWilliams, George T. McWilliams, of Pulaski county, and Charles McWilliams, of Ohio, and two sisters, MesdamesJ. A. Acton and W. T. Nelson, of Pulaski, also survive her. The burial oceurrrd at the Liberty church in Pulaski Satur- Office Bank Building. Diseases of ,the eye, nose, throat, Pelvic, Kectai ear, Genito-Uiinary, Stanford, Kentucky. Lincoln County National and SHn. Eyes Scientificly tested and glassprescribed. es CONSULTATION and SURGERY NOTICE TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: LFFE 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 undei 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 who linvr enlisted or who expect to 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 be around to see you about your hail insurance on tobacco and hemp. I have paid more to the farmers of Lincoln county for hail losses than all the other agents combined. If you have a house or barn uninsured now would be a mighty good time to insure it. You can't insure them after they burn. Phone or See R. M. NEWLAND, Agent. ville. 47-two-year-o- ld 2t FOR SALE A Jer soy bull, subject to register. Ho is Adolph VonGruenigan, Stanford 47tf from an excellent strain of milkers. LOST A tarpaulin between my shop and my rcsidenco on Somerset street last Friday. A liberal reward will bo paid if returned to J. J. Bel-de- n, Stanford. 47-- lt WARNING If the took my gun out of my not brine it back right have the sheriff to call it. John IJcrzogg. person who orchard does awav. I will on them for lp. AS agent for the Raliegh Medicine Co., I have a wonderful remedy to rid dumb brutes of flies. It is known as the Raleigh Flv Chaser and it doe the work. Also have a poul try tonic .and a hog remedy that cures. Givo them a trial. Jesse A. 47-Manning, Stanford. 2t 47-2- 47-l- p SALE Desirable JIOME homo in Crab Orchard. Six rooms with hall. One of the best built houses in town. All nocessarv out buildings. Fino well of water. Four acres of ground. Plenty of fru t. Au dress W. W. Burgin, Crab Orchard or Stanford. FOR 54-eot 1J t. "X Page Eight The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, June 12, 1917 June Reduction Sale Now Going On At Pushin Bros. THE HUB Danville, Ky. ar Garments Our Entire Stock of Women's and Misses' Ready-to-WeOffered During This Sale Less Than Cost of the Raw Materials TAKE NOTICE! Most of the garments offered in this sale are absolutely NEW and have never been shown before. As our buyer, Mr. Harry D. Pushin, has just returned from the New of the manufacturYork market, where, owing to the Wind-U- p ing season, he was fortunate in securing hundreds of the newest garments for less than cost of production. These are all on our racks and offered in this sale at the same low prices. We advise and urge you to attend this sale as early as possible, as among our showing there are a number of exclusive high class sample garments in addition to extra large sizes for large women. Our large stock includes Tailored and Dressy Cloth and Silk Suits Cloth, Silk and Jersey Coats, Taffeta, Crepe de Chene, Georgette Crepe, Net and Lingerie Dresses, Cloth and Silk Skirts, White and Colored Wash Skirts, Georgette Crepe, Crepe de Chene and Lingerie Wash Waists, Silk Petticoats, Muslin Wear, Children's New Dresses and a large stock of Trimmed and Pattern Hats for genwear. THESE ARE OFFERED DURING eral and THIS SALE FOR LESS THAN COST OF PRODUCTION, AS WE MUST CLEAN UP OUR STOCKS DURING THIS SALE. mid-summer Tailored Suits Less Than Half Price Poplin and Serge Up to $16.50 $7.00 Tailored Suits, to close out, for Style Newest Up to $22.50 $9.50 for Suits, to close out, Ud to $27.50 Fine Tailored Suits, to close $12.50 out, for Up to $30.00 High Class Tailored Suits, $14.50' to close out, for $16.50 Finest Cloth Suits, to close out, at SILK SUITS GfcEATLY REDUCED $12.50 $25.00 Silk Suits, reduced to $30.00 Silk and Sport Suits, reduced $14.50 to Finest Silk and Sport Suits, reduced $ 1 6.50, $1 9.50 to All-wool Hundreds of Coats At Half Price . Silk Dresses Greatly Reduced Our entire stock of over 300 Dresses, including Taffetas, Crepe de Chenes, Georgette Crepe, Net and Lingerie Dresses, greatly reSale. duced during this Close-Ou- t One lot of more than 35 Taffeta Silk Dresses, that sold up to $ 2.50 to close 1 All-wo- ol More than 50 Plaid and Check Sport Coats, for misses and ladies, reduced $3.98, $4.98 to $1 5.00 Cloth Coats, in the newest styles, $7.50 reduced to $9.75 $20.00 Coats, reduced to $12.50 $25.00 Coats, reduced to Finest Cloth Coats, in the house, reduced to- - out at $18.00 Silk Dresses, reduced to $6.75 $9.75 5.00 S'ilk Coats, reduced to Up to $25.00 Fine Silk Coats, reduced $12.50 to Finest Silk Coats, reduced to $14.50, $19.50 $1 $14.50 $8.75 Up to $25 Silk Dresses, reduced to $12.50 Finest Silk and Net. Dresses, reduced $14.50, $19.50 to Cloth and Silk Skirts for Almost Half Price More than fifty Wool, Check, Plaid and Plain Color, latest style Skirts, that sold up to $6.50, reduced to close out, $2.95 at Up to $9.50 Pure Silk, Plain and Striped, and Plaid Taffeta Skirts, to close out $4.95 Fine $15.00 Silk Skirts, re$7.50 duced to Finest $19.50 Silk Skirts, re$9.75 duced to During this sale we will make special reduction prices on our entire line of Dress Silks, Summer Wash Goods, White Goods, Linens, Etc. Special prices will be made on Rugs, Linoleums, Ready-mad- e Curtains and Curtain Materials. All Waists Reduced Up to $1.75 Lingerie, Voile and Wash Waists, special 98c reduced to Up to $3.00 Fine Voile and Batiste Waists, reduced $1.95 to Up to $5 Georgette Crepe and Crepe de Chene Silk Waists, reduced to $2.85 Finest $6, $7 and $8 Georgette Crepe and Crepe de Chene Silk Waists, reduced to $3.75 and $4.98 Up to $1.50 Women's and Misses' Middies, reduced 95 to All Muslin Underwear at Spe cial Reductions during this Big Sale . Millinery and Trimmed Hats For Less Than Cost in This Clean-Up Wash Skirts Are Greatly Reduced for This Big Sale Skirts, that sold up to $1.75, special during this sale $1.00 "Up to $3 newest style White Wash Skirts, reduced for this sale, at $1.95 More than one hundred of High Class Gaberdine, Plain and Fancy Pique, thoroughly shrunk Wash Skirts, reduced to More than one hundred White Sale $1 Finest Hats in the house, Gaberdine and Pique Wash , $6.50 close out $ 0.00 and $ 2.00 Summer Dress Hats reduced to $5.00 Up to $8.50 Hats, reduced $3.75 to Up to $6.50 Hats, reduced :. $2.98 to Up to $5.00 Hats, reduced $1.95 to One table of more than 100 womens. mis'ses and childrens 1 1 that sold up to 8.00, to r I ft - 'ready-to-wea- trimmed and untrimmed Hats, tcr close out $1.00 r $2.75, $3.98, $4.98 Hundreds of girls' Gingham and Percale Wash Dresses, at special prices during this close-ou- t sale at 45c, 95c and $1.39 l w ;