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No. 49 DOINGS X The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, June 19, 1917 Wel-burn, w V Tuesdays and Friday THE COUNTRY OVER KENTUCKY'S BIGGEST FARMER LINCOLN CHAPTER RED CROSS SPEAKING AT HUSTONVILLE THE LATEST WAR NEWS Following is n list of tho trustees Hon. J. R. Mount filled his speak- Massing of Allied forces in Thes-in- g Judson C. Clements, of the Inter- James I. Hamilton, of Lancaster, appointment at Hustonville Sat- - saly is taken as nn indication that an state Commerce Commission, is dead was a caller at this office this morn- - of the Lincoln County Chapter of tho urday afternoon and was followed by offensive is soon to be launched with Program of the Bicentennial Celebra at Washington. ing for the first time for years. In National Red Cross: Stanford Messrs. W. D. his opponents, Messrs. H. Clay Kauff- - the obiect of retaking Serbia, or at Belgium's official mission, headed answer to the question, "what have tion of Masonry at Crab Orchard W. H. Biggins, J. W. Bryant, man, of Lancaster, and Jay Harlan, least that portion of it as far as by Baron Monchcur, former Minister you been doing that you have not Springs Saturday, June 23rd to the United States has arrived. been to see us for so long?" he an E. C. Walton, Leo Hill, Dr. D. B. of Danville. The gentlemen discussed Nish, in order to cut the IWlln. Sam Robinson, Dr. J. G. the several issues of the campaign Constantinople railroad. Troops have A mob of 1,000 men and Following Is the program of the lynched a negro in Oklahoma womena swercd: "I am a pretty busy man Southard, u. and it keeps me going to look after Carpenter, A., M. Florence, J. H. and each made a good talk. Thev been landed in Thessaly without any Celebration of the farmer's wife identified him after Bicentennial Bright, Kelly J. were followed by Dr. W. B. O'Ban hindrance on the part of the people, as her my business." Finned down closely, Wright,, W. Masonry, which will bo foundation of assailant. Mr. Hamilton admitted that he had Francis, Dr. W. B. O'Bannon, H. C. non, who spoke at length. It was the who are said to have become conheld at Crab Orchard Springs, next Baughman, Howard Newland, Dr. E. doctor's first appearance on the verted to the Henry county, by a small majority, 800 acres land ouiuruny, ni wmtn is uxpucicu iuuy voted an extra levy of 20 cents on He has 400of acres under cultivation. J. Brown, J. N. Saunders, Thomas stump in his campaign for Represen- Allies throughcause of the Entente in corn, 200 in adherence to tho 5,000 or 0,000 people. It will be a the J. S. Hocker, M. tative and ho made a "corking" good Provisional Government of Venize-loto- Phillips, in seed, G5 gala day in the history both of tthe road$100 each year for ten years for hemp, 100 in hemppotatoes, isin pre- Phillips, Mcsdamcs C. R. Sr.. J. Coleman, speecn. in street parlance, ho "talkpurposes. In connection with the gatherbacco, 25 Irish oldest of fraternal orders and "the Col. Ion B. Nail, for years editor paring to put 30 acres in navy beans William Severance, J. C. McClary, ed out in meeting," telling what he ing of men in Thessaly, the British town in which it will be held. EveryJournal, is nnd sow 20 bushels of buckwheat. E. A. Blain, Harry Hill, Misses Sue was for, what he was ngainst and have retired from some advanced pobody si invited and the only request of the Farmers Homo sonin-lawhat he proposed doing in the pres- sitions on the far eastern end of the at Besides looking after this enormous Rout, Bettie Paxton and Annie dead at that is made of those who come is Johnson the home of his ent campaign. He ridiculed the Macedonian line. City, Tcnn. boundary of crops, Mr. Hamilton has that they leave their pocketbooks at Hubble Rev. Hoffman, Messrs. charge that he was a "wet" man, and Although quiet still prevails on the The Rt. Rev. James A. McFaul, time to deal extensively in cattle, home: Lee Rankin, Harry Goggin, B. W. he had been Upon arrival of special trains bishop of the Roman Catholic dio- sheep and hogs, and now and then Givens, A. P. Sloan, L. P. Weaver, stated that temperance working and Russian front, there seemingly is an voting for issues for 30 buys sells a so soon Ifrom Louisville and from Middles- - cese of Trenton for nearly a quarter horses.andFor amusement heortakes of Mrs. Will Murphy, Mrs. Harry D. years. He proposes to make his race indication that hostilities Duma will begin there. The Russian n at a Iboro the craft will assemble at Ma of a century, is dead. Frye, Misses Mary Lee Givens, without the aid of money and whisky secret session has passed a resoluJudge C. S. Nunn, of Marion coun- hand in politics occasionally and sonic Lodge room to register and re- - ty, former judge of the court of ap- when he docs there is always someHarris, Bettie Walter. and made it plain to those who ex tion calling for an immediate offenbadges. ceive their distinguishing King's Mountain Gabe Walter, pected such from rho procession will form in front of peals, is a candidate for State Sena- thing doingT In days gone by Mr. Victor Gilliland, Frank Howard, Dr. reckoning without him that they were sive and declaring that a separate their hosts. W. B. peace with Germany would be trea ran on the the Lodge room, headed by Smittic's tor in the Fourth district. Rouse was Hamilton postal into Stanford has long Laswell, Mrs. Boone Flint and Mrs. Hansford, candidate, for county at- son K. C. as clerk, but he Representative A. B. toward Hussia's allies. Military Band the line of forma- appointed torney, took the stand at the concluIn a running fight with a German first assistant whip of the since set aside such work for his Bud Gooch. tion westward down Stanford street, Waynesburg Messrs. L. G.Gooch, sion of Dr. O'Bannon's farming interests bears the line when completed will cross Democratic side of the House of . Rep- the distinction of and he nowbiggest A. B. Morgan, R. Y. Ballard, Dr. A. said many good things. speech nnd submarine an American vessel, the being the J. S. Owsley tank steamer Moreni, has been sunk, Stanford street, head east and march resentatives by Speaker Clark farmer in Central Kentucky, if not K. Caldwell, T.A. J. Ellis, Mesdamcs and W. S. Burch were called for, but probably in the Mediterranean. For lliscovery of the body of to the main front door entrance at K. Caldwell, Stan- it was growing late and they declin- two hours the submarine chased the friends in W. M. Benge, the missing the Springs Hotel. Line of march old Ruth Cruger, student who New in the State. He has manyclad to see ley Dumas. ed to speak, saying that they would Moreni, which was abandoned by York High School had Stanford, who are alwavs leaded by the official band and Lex been murdered and then buried in him. Crab Orchard Messrs. M. M. meet at Hustonville on the first Sat- crew only after the vessel was her set reg- ington Lodge No. 1, thence the Perkins, Geo. B. Lyne, H. G. Skiles, urday afternoon in July and discuss ablaze and the sea was covered with of a bicycle dealer's shop, jlar Masonic line interspersed with the cellar mystorv which had baffled GOOD-BYM. C. Morgan, Dr. M. M. Phillips, R. the issues of the day; FOR MISS NEWLAND a burning oil. Four men lost their lives 3rass bands. The Grand Lodge offi cleared as a result of the engagement in Miss Gladys Sweeney and her L. Collier, J. S. Duke, Mesdamcs cers and the officials of the Masonic the police since oFebruary. M. M. Perkins, Wallace Gover, R. L. Exactly fortv-twyears to the day boarders, Misses Ha Newland, Mary which 350 shots were exchanged. MRS. DUNN CROSSES OVER Widows and Orphans Home will Collier, W. J. Edmiston. of the crew were landed. Dring up the rear, led by the chil after former Representative Joe C. and Lcona Wallin, beautifully enterMrs. Maggie M. Dunn, widow of Fortv-threPrcachersville Messrs., John M. Elihu Root, head of the American at their dren from the Home and the little S. Blackburn secured his appoint tained a few of their friendsc.t...j... Cress, W. C. Cummins. Fisher Her- William Dunn, died at her homo in ment to the Naval Academy, the wi,:n. the West End after a long illness Mission to Russia, in a speech to the joys' brass band. B. ' Rodman, Senate to one of the ring. J. S. Pettus, F. T. Lunsford, J. Sunday, aged 84. The funeral was Council of Ministers in Petrograd deof the day native ofconfirmed Hugh Rear Admi a evening, as a The formal ceremonies Lawrence, Miss - boarders, Miss Iln Newland. who has B. Hutchins, M. Frankfort as a clared was fighting for trill be opened with prayer by Rev. Mrs. John M. Cress, preached at the late home at 3 o'- Rusian that America well as resigned her position as chief opera Lucy Pettus, Thompson, freedom as her Stephen B. Lander, Bloomfield, Ky., ral in the navy. Mrs. James Mrs. W. C. clock Monday afternoon, after which and asked Russia to fight equallyown, O'Brien, aged tor for the remains were laid to rest in the irand Chaplain of the Grand Lodge. 28,Miss Honora May suit for breach who at the telephone office here, and Cummins. won her suit for is going to spend the summer at American and Russian freedom. rhe opening welcome by J. N. Saun- Hustonville Chas. Wheeler, John Hustonville cemetery. Rev. A. H. In a fight with a submarine in tho of promise from John B. Manning, home and among friends. Decorations Baugh, of the Hustonville Christian llers, Grand Master of the Grand aged 85, and a retired capitalist. The were roses, carnations and ferns. Af- B. Riffe. E. V. Carson, S. P. Steph- church, preached a most appropriate Mediterranean on June 11, the Japauodge of Ker.tucky. enson, E. McCoi'mack, A: J. Adams, verdict carried with it $225,000 in ter games, music and singing, fruit nese destroyer Sakaki was torpedoed I'Star Splanged Banner" Mesdamcs J. K. Baughman, Jennie funeral sermon. Deceased had long atspent of her crew were Smittie s Military Band damages. The trial attracted thepeo- was served. All presenta very pleasant Carpenter, J. T. Jcffers, Crit RUTe, been a member of the Christian and and n tention of many New York City evening. Those were: Mr. Al- W. M. Myers, and Dr. Bertie Car- church and was an exceptionally killed fourteen wounded. The (The People Saluting the Flag) len Smith, of Brodhead, Dec Dishon, penter. was towed to good woman. She is survived by three damaged destroyer G. Allison Holland ple. Iddress port. The Kentucky Wagon Works of Patriotic Songs Stanford Glee Club Louisville, has closed a contract with Atwood and Lynn Dillion, Paul McKinney E. J. Tanner, Cleo children Miss Eugenia Dunn and A strongly fortified Austrian posiErnest and William Wallin, Thomas, Frank Mobloy. F. M. Ware, Messrs. D. W. and L. C. Dunn, all of Dinner Musical Selections All Bands Capt. John P. Fletcher, of the Unit- Shelby Newland, Charley Boone, of Dick Scudder, Misses Ruth Tanner, the West End of Lincoln. Mrs. Dunn tion at Corno Cavento, at an altiDeed States Army Quartermaster's tude of 10,000 feet, was Crab Orchard. Paul Garman. of this 3olo Selected Mancie Ware, Mrs. John Tanner and also leaves two sisters, Mrs. Bettie Talian troops. Entente captured by troops have Fowler, of this city, and Mrs. Uriah occupied Miss Katherine Warriner partment, for assembling all the mo- city. Miss Elizabeth Newland, of Mrs. J. W. Cocking. six towns for the United Address Fred Drexler tor ambulai.cessending them to States Crab Orchard, Misses Ethel and Executive Committee Rev. P. L. Dunn, of Hustonville. Her passing residents of Larisso in Thessaly, and Army before their Maria Powell, Miss Annie Milburn, Bruce, Mr. W. B. McKinney, Mr. P. occasions much sorrow and she will are reported as lllee Club Selection Stanford Glee Club destinations. of Liberty Loan bonds Mary Hill Garman. Frances Garman, M. McRoberts. J. B. Sartain. K. S. be sadly missed in the home, in her having hailed Venizelos, leader of The issue Alpha Fowle. Nell Newland. Mary George Colvin Address neighborhood and in church. A the Greeks, friendly to the Allies, as Alcorn, Rev. M. $2,000,000,000, Leona Wallin, Gladys Sweeney H. Shanks, Mrs. D. Early, Mrs. W. large crowd attended herher funeral men- - savior, coin tne uritisn and lusic bmittie's Muiatry Band will be limited toannounces. Hun- and Ila Newland. John Baughman, Secretary McAdoo French and their attacks on the Night Mrs. W. VK. Waner. Mr. William and burial, showing in a slight de- Western continueall of which front,the Gergree the esteem in which she was Musical Entertainment, Front Porch dreds of the larger subscription will Severance, Miss Esther Burch and be pared down until the total reaches mans assert to have been repulsed. AND STILL THEY COME held by those who knew her best. Dance Dr. T. W. Pennington. All the crew and naval gunners of the amount are Jrand March led by Grand Master overscription orginally alloted. The go "You you all right as far as you may go as high as the American tank steamer Petrolite, but don't go far enough. MARRIAGES Idiournmer.t 11:59 P. M. fcJOHN M. CRESS FOR SQUIRE county is the best by a German submarine near While Lincoln Sunday morning religious services $900,000,000. of 5 pe- - cent, on Mr. John M. Cress, one of the very sunk It was a case of May and DecemA new tax the place in the United States, still it is Gibraltar, now havi been y Grand Chaplain upon the front ber "tying up" when one of our best men and democrats in the coun- for and are reported well. accounted net profits of all newspaper and mag- not quite the whole of our Union. If orclu for the DemNear Hurtebise the Germans in a was written into you would not forget the boys that cleverest of Farmers was married ty, announces this issue Magistrate Aaoecial train leaving Louisville azine publishers by in night to a the Senate J'i have gone from dear old Lincoln to this wek junior. pretty girl just 45 ocratic nomination for portions of the war tax bill seized ' M.. and reachincr Crab Orch- the Crab' Orchard Magisterial dis- trenches attack by the French, years his you the 2 per in but rd'at'10 A. M., will be run on Sat- - nance Committee in lieu of previously make their way that Ithe world addi-- : The engagament of Miss Louise trict, subject to the action of the later wereheld cent, have an would remember forced to give back most rcray for the convenience of those agreed advertising of tax second-clas- s .. rn:i.. nMi v.n' n t o Thomas, of Frankfort, to Mr. Wes- primary of Aug. 4th. Mr. Cress has of them in a counter attack. upon and the ttending the Masonic Celebration. ley Embry.rBor.fnf Mr., and Mrs. J. T. been importuned by his many adPresident Wilson promised the r Vejichfls here at 0:4G A. M. A more mail rate increases proposed in the months old and owns a $100 Liberty EmbtS','b- - thiivi'ity,J is announced, mirers for u long time to make the " Belgian mission that on the day of " Btn. ngna in nis own iiume iuu. xiis name convenient schedule could not have House ship builders called to Wash- is Logan W. Hughes and has the Al- the. wedding to' take- place at The race and he has agreed to do so af- victory Belgium would be restored to Steel een arranged for local people, who ington by the Shipping Board and corn child "backed off the boards." Seelbach, Louisville, June 25th. Miss ter mature consideration. Republi- ber rightful place in the world of naill use this train. The special train Maj. Gen. Goethals. chilrman of the This is not saying that young Edward Thomas, who has visited friends here cans by the score have been among tions. rom Middlesboro reaches Crab Or- 1 Emergency Fleet Corooratijn, were Alcorn is not a fine speciman at is a charming young woman, exceed- those who have asked him to run and liard at 9:50 A. M., and will start accomplished to he is confident of their support in the OIL ON JOE .WIELAND FARM told that the Government would com- that," writes the I. J.'s friend, L. ingly pretty and isbelongs rath 250 Masons aboard. to one of November election. The district is a .high degree. She The Fisher Oil Co.. drillintr nn tho Sid Duke has fenced in an acre of mandeer immediatly all shipbuilding Wearen Hughes, from Mepmhis, as Kentucky's oldest and best families normally republican but certainly is no present intencontracts. le (Jrab Orchard bnnngs woodland tion, they There told, to commander he sends in the clipping from Friday's and is very popular in Frankfort so- tncre win oe no trouble tor a man Joe Wieland farm, two miles South were issue about the youthful grandson of ot uttenheim, struck oil at the depth pith a table on which will be placed to Dr. Edward Alcorn, of Hustonville. ciety. Mr. Embry, who was born and like Mr. Cress g. carry it over any of 240 feet and quit the well for anthe yards themselves. Kentucky o. p. map put up. reared here, is an excellent business republican the 1,000 Congress' delay in passing the Adon Saturday. man and a fine fellow in every why. He is a fine business man and having other part of the farm. A formation ministration's food bills drew from NEW WELDING MACHINE d The big dining room at Crab For a number of years he has held a done well for himself, he will be able verv similar to that of the Irvine Garage on Depot The Bailey fields was encountered and experiSprings will be used for the President Wilson an order directing street has just installed a welding position in one ofhethe State offices to accomplish much for the county. enced oil men say that they are conIrand ball on Saturday night, but a Herbert C. Hoover to proceed at Frankfort and has more than with organization of the machine which is proving a good fident that the greasy fluid will soon allow who loves children has seen SPEAKING DATES CANCELED made good. The Interior Journal exnew food administration in so far as for the people of this be found in payine quantities. In the it that the regular ball room is it contemplates food conservation and thingHerbert Bailey operates section. tends its congratulations, in advance Hon. J. R. Mount, candidate for mean time drilling Mr. it and continues on bt apart for them. I. J. to state elimination this the of the happy event and hopes that State Senator, asks that The JMasonic symbol is the square of volunteer of waste through the aid workoffice' can testify days it does Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Embry will always be that on account of the big Masonic many other farms in the Southern the forces. well. A few since id compass surrounding the letter as happy it and their other friends Celebration at Crab Orchard Springs end of Lincoln, with the promoters A local Railway certain of success. The fact This symbol made six feet square tional Defense, a Committee on Na- Bailey did a job of welding for a wish them to be. the next Saturday, he will postpone his wells are left as soon as oilthat dissubcommittee of man who says it would have taken id studded with fifty electric lights the American Railway speaking appointment there that day covered is a good sign, for is to get the replacement for a Association's weeks ill be suspended over the speakers' Special that FIRST AID CLASS FORMED e and also the appointment at Committee on National De- machine which he needed immediatethat the and at Crab Orchard. have An American Red Cross First Aid night. He expects to means they want drillers desire found organized in Louisville ly. Owners of binders, mowers and that what many The girls and boys of the Stanford fense, was and Class was organized last night with llee Club will lead the great con- - with J. C. Loomis, of the Louisville the like will find that they can get Dr. Carpenter as instructor. There speak at bothx places later in his cam- wells brought in together. The Wood Small-popaign. near McKinney purse of people at Crab Orchard, Demurrage Bureau, as chairman.is The broken parts of casting welded at will be ten lectures and demonstra- caused the calling off of the speak- Oil Co., on the Jim Dye farm on to the Bailey Garage and save themJaturday in singing patriotic songs. purpose of the organization Buck creek struck such a flow of tions having two lessons a week. The ing appointments there Saturday gas he Club will be accompanied by an work out plans for the best possible selves both time and money. that work had to be abondoned will be given tonight. night. W. B. Hansford, candidate for first lesson shipping efficiency with a view to fafor chestra of thirty-fiv-e pieces. Miss Lucile Cooper was made presi- county attorney, and others were yet a while. Looks like Lincoln may cilitating the movement of freight NOTICE HOG OWNERS rival Estill in the oil business, The little boys from the Masonic The Kentucky State Board of dent and Mrs. Lelia Cook, secretary. billed for that place-ome have a band of 25 members, of all sorts. and here's hoping that she will. Health has decreed that no hogs shall The 'Daughters of the American Revime of the little fellows are not as TO VOTERS OF CRAB ORCHbe kept in any town, village or city olution, presented the charts and in- T. L. TUCKER FOR MAGISTRATE g as the horns they blow. They will MR. J. W. ADAMS DEAD ARD MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT from the first ot May to the hrst of struction outfit to the class, and for Just as the I. J. was going to press ) at Crab Orchard Saturday and News come from Corbin that Mr. year. Nine indict the use of other first aid classes if T. L. Tucker sent in his card of anill attract equally as much atten- Having been urged by my friends November of each W. Adams, organized. Much interest appears else- J. who had formerly of this city, m as bmittics ramous Military to make the race for magistrate and ments are now registered in the fested and a large class was mani nouncement, which e for violations of Health the work. Its object is to will begin where. He makes clear his platform but for many made 'his home at Cormd from Cincinnati, which will be in making my announcement, I will bin years, died sudsay to you in regard to the road sit- - Laws; more will follow next Circuit to relieve suffering and to save life, and being a good business man and a denly of heart trouble last there and le official band of the day. week promote number one citizen ho should make a Court. The Lincoln County Board of efficiency. The iNlasonic Celebration at Crab uation of our county, that I am pos was Corbin splendid race for the office of magis He isburied in the his wife,Cemetery. Irchard on Saturday is not only to itively against State aid. I am in fav Health Records have to go before survived by each grand jury. Citizens will report trate. He is a son of Mr. w. T. sister of Mr. C. C. Smith, ofwho is a a grand Ainnsonic demonstration or of abolishing the office of Road McKin MORGAN V. SMITH DEAD any violations of law to the Board Tucker, one of tho best men in the ney, two daughters, Mesdames Roba magnificent patriotic demon-ratio- Engineer and and not buying so Morgan Smith, in' The big flags will float from much high priced machinery. Second- of Health. Xincoln County Board of this county V. where ho lived many State and is said to be a chip off of ert Chappell and Charles Butcher, of leir staffs and one hundred small ly, I believe that an equal distribu- Health, per'Secretany. years and was a prominent stock the old block. aIf he is. the I. J. Corbin and a son, John Adams, of Jigs will be placed in the hands of tion should be made of the road dealer, died at the home of his son, knows that he isan good man and that Indianapolis. He also leaves three he would make e people that Old Glory may ho fund throughout the county, and the efficient officer. FOUND BAG BUT NO MEAL brothers, Messrs. Josh Adams, of TexGarland Smith, pt in evidence. A full one half roiul work be put in the hands of A few nights ago D. W. Lynn's as, a few" davs at VanAIstyne, Danville, and Charlie and Albert ago. He married a AGED MRS. COLEMAN DEAD ile of national streamers has been the taxpayers, that are farmers barn was entered and a sack of half sister of the late Mrs. Adams, of Louisville. Deceased had ocured with which to decorate the along each road repsectively. I also meal stolen. Ho sent for Lair's Baughman, mother of Messrs. S.John The aged Mrs. Coleman, widow of many friends in this county, who aro H., lis and porches. favor that we pay the men who work bloodhounds from Hustonville and J. K., and M. S. Baughman, of this Skelton Coleman, who was an old saddened by his taken away. He was Arrangements have been made to on the county roads better wages for they were placed on tho trail. The county, and had other relatives in Mexican soldier, died at her home a caller at this office only a few od 0,000 people at Crab Orchard themselves and teams, also to have dogs went to the home of a colored near Chappell's Gap and was buried months ago and was in fine health was a fine baturday, to park 500 automobiles the overseers see that they earn man near by. where a sack resemb- Lincoln. Heof tho olderold gentlemnn last week. She was 91 years old and and spirits. In fact it was the conpeople hereand manv d to make it one of the most their wages. I have been a life long ling that stolen from Mr. Lynn was will learn of his with had been a consistent Baptist for census of opinion that ho was looksocial gatherings Central democrat and this is my first time to found but it contained meal that he about regret. His, wife death years nearly of a century. ing better than he had in years. sincere died ntucky has had in a long time. ask for an office and in the event I was confident was not grpund by th.e o, .hut several children survive. Eld. J. G. Livingstoni who preached L Mho suggestion of tho committee tret the nomination and am elected, mill on nis place. BABY OWNS LIBERTY BOND Mr. M. Smith Baughman was named her funeral, says she was a fine old charge is: Bring with you your I will endeavor to serve the people lady nnd a good Christian woman. for Mr. Smith. James Wesley Williams, aged fe or sweetheart. Come with glad at any and all times to the best of my SIXTY JOIN RED CROSS She is survived by two children. eight months, is the proud possessor art nnd pleasant rmile, but leave ability. Yours trly, T. L. Tucker. Severance, Chairman William SHORT OF ESTIMATE 20,000 of a Liberty Loan Bond. The youngur pocket book at homo. Vice Chairman T. W. Pennington MR. BLAIN FILES PETITION registration of men subject ster is tho Bon of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. and Secretary. Miss Esther Burch, of to The CINCINNATI STOCK MARKETS Mr. John A. Blain, of Hustonville, Williams, of Knob Lick, and is probmilitary service in Kentucky prob Hogs Receipts, 6,000; kine Cathartics Every Day For active. the Lincoln County Chapter of the candidate for youngest patriot tan aoout in tho Weeks Don't Cure Stomach Trouble Packers and butchers, $15.25(5)15.-75- ; Red Cross Society, went to Hubble ably win estimate, zu.uuu below the tion for State the republican nomina- ably the Senator in this district, census accounted for by Thev do not eliminate tho poison-- 3 common to choice, $9,00a14.-50- ; Sunday night and secured 60 mem- men already enlisted and tho emigra- has filed his petition with Secretary country. Bile Accretions from tho System, pigs and lights, $10.00(D15.00; bers. Tho people of that section of tion of negroes north during tho last of State Lewis. Mr. Blain's father, GOOD COLORED MAN DEAD declares n leading Chicago Htom- - stags, $8.00 12.00. Cattle Re- tho county are very much interested Mr. Robert. Blain, represented this With seven specialist. Uften Gall Stones. ceipts, 2,300; steady. Steers, $7.50 in the work of the Red Cross and year. Gov. Stanley,counties unreport- district in the Senate many years oldWillis Kennedy, one of the best ed to tho'totals for the colored men of tho town, died ncer and Ulcers of the Stomach 12.25; heifers, $7.00 12.00; many others will become members. 113 counties were sent to the War ago. Sunday and was buried today. He d Intestines, Auto Intoxication, cows, $6.0009.50; calves, steady, Denartment as follows: White. was an industrious, honest darkey How Jaundice, Appendicitis and qtu.ouicuit.zo. aneep ueceipts, Stomach Troubles and Constipation MONDAY THE LAST DAY colored, 21,872; total, 178,295. and had many friends, both whito strong; $4.009.50. Lambs-Str- ong, dangerous ailments are tho ler "I will cheerfully say that ChamNext Monday, Juno 25th, is the and colored. nsequences. Mayrs Wonderful $8.0017.75; berlain's Tablets aro the most satislast day for filing petitions of candiTO THE PUBLIC medy is the ideal prescription for factory remedy for stomach troubles "I have been using Chamberlain's dates to be voted for at the August COLD SUMMER WEATHER 3mach. Liver and Intestinal ail- FORETHOUGHT and constipation that I have soldtJn Tablets for indigestion for the past primary in districts embracing more Saturday morning was Ints. It has restored millions. One People are learning that a little thirty-fou- r years' drug store ser- six months, and it affords me pleas than one county. In districts of only the coldest middle of June probably morning se will provo that it will help you. forethought often saves them a big vice." writes S. H. Murphy, druggist, ure to say I have never used a reme- one county tho candidates have ten in years. The mercury registered 40 ftyr s Wonderful Kemeuy is for expense. Here is an instance: E. W. Wells burg, N. Y. Obtainable every- dy that did ine so much good." days more. and there was frost in exposed le by The Lincoln Pharmacy and Archer, Caldwell, Ohio, writes: "I do where. Mrs. C. E. Riley, Illion, N. Y. Cham places. le Penny Drug Store. not believe that our family has been berlain's Tablets are obtainable ev- HIP BROKEN WHILE PLAYING without Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera Emma Goldman and Alexander erywhere. At Wanda, a small station just this A plan is being considered now in K. of P. NOTICE and Diarrhoea Remedy since wo com- Berkman, known to the New York IA11 members of Diadem Lodge mence keening house veara acta. police as anarchists, were arrested WILL BUY A LI1ERTY BOND side of Lebanon, Roy and Albert make the United States the aorial Hourigan, brothers, were scuffling in training base for all the Allies so requested to be present at the When we go on an extended visit we iiu Runtr-uu ii n nn r oh rnur-ru- i ntiin Lincoln Lodge No. 60. F. & A. M.. fun, the and broke (t meeting, Juno 21. Business of take it with us." Obtainable every- - conspiracy to block the operation of voted unanimously last night to buy a hip.when was latter felltho hospital that the factories abroad can hn He taken to turned exclusively to the manufacJ the selective portance. W. W. Saunders, Sec. 1 Where. draft law. a Liberty Loan Bond. ' at Lebanon'. ture of battleplanes. ICREAT MASONIC AND PATRIOTIC MEETING s. car-loa- d Le-vi- sa 18-ye- , E o u. .... crood-bv- o , fifty-seve- No-lnn- d. I - jk-- ni. -- - Or-lar- Prach-ersvill- i . court-hous- n. well-know- n ul three-quarte- rs 156.-42- 3; 0; . s The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, June 19, 1917 A grand old soldier of the cross and of the Southern Confederacy went to his reward when Rev. J. R. E. C. Walton aBtl J. H. Wright Dcering, for 50 years preacher and for a great part of the time a preSnltrtd at tht portcfltt at Sttnfori, Ky., M siding elder, was suddenly called iteond tlaii mad mntttr. while attending the Cor.fedcratc reunion at Washington, from an Subscription Rate stroke. In his book on Gen. Both Ittnei a 'wrek, per year.. 11.80 the Confederacy. Dr. Deer-in- g week, for 8 months.... Twice l.oo week, for 0 monthi.... .78 Twice made this signiflcent remark: Twice a week, for 8 rnnnthi .40 thing in my life that I reOnce a week, either iisne, per year..... 1.09 "There are pa gret and- beg pardon for, but joining per stops when time for which it is paid, Is up the army of the South and fighting for the cause I believed to be just is of sizes in Pan- Our flfeBHaBBajaftBuaH Political Announcement. not one of them. I have no apology to The Interior Journal Is authorised to an- make to God or man for it." Four Straws of all nounce the following candidates for office preachers, tow of them presiding to the Democratic primary the first descriptions is still com of the virtues of the fee elders, told in Anirost, 1917. (Announcement for each county office Is 110: for dlttTict of- grand old man, whose body lies in now is calling for plete, fice, flS; for city or magisterial offlce 98. Mo announcement will be made nntil fee It paid the Lexington Cemetery, wrapped in the Stars and Stripes and the both them. Prices ranging from $1.50 to $5.00. In advance.) Stars and the Bars. For Stale Senator An echo of the Goebel tragedy JAY W. HARLAN H. CLAY KAUFFMAN that shocked the State 18 years ago, comes in the announcement of the J. R. MOUNT. marriage of Henry Youtsey's diFor Sheriff is no summer vorced wife to James Yates, of TexJ. H. LIVINGSTON. as, at Lexington Saturday. After M. S. BAUGHMAN. wear more comfortYoutsey saved his neck by throwing W. S. DRYE. fits nt his trial and got off with a life For County Judge: able, white low sentence for his part in the assassinaM. F. NORTH. tion, his wife, who was a Miss shoes, T. A. RICE in apFrench, of Winchester, got a divorce For County Attorney feeling. and had her maiden name restored. J. S. OWSLEY. She has lived in comparative retire W. S. BURCH Beach display both in our ment since, while the miserable dupe W. B. HANSFORD of a horrible conspiracy continues to you could Cloth is most anything T. J. HILL, JR. suffer his punishment. The unspeak For Representative able Wilson pardoned all the main High Boots for ladies. desire. Also H. G. SKILES. conspirators and left Youtsey to his DR. W. B. O'BANNON. Prices from $1.50 to $5.00. is none the less deserved fate, which For Jailer because he is the only one to suffer W. A. CARSON. for the crime, in which he confesses GEORGE F. DEBORDE participation. Light-Weig- ht DINK FARMER JOHN J. MOSER The poet has said that there is For Aaaeaaor nothing so rare as a day ,in June, but J. N. CASH weight is given first considhe was expatiating on the mellow J0HNQC. PEPPLES. sunlight and balmy breezes that are eration in suits for summer ' supposed to distinguish the month of For Superintendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON. roses, not about its frigidity. He had wear, but we have also given atFor Magistrate lat Diat. doubtless never heard of 40 degrees J. T. DUDDERAR on the 16th of June. It was also a to things you For Magistrate Huatonvilte District new record to most of us, and we SAM M .OWENS. want in your suit. Ours are are hoping that it will never again J. WESLEY HUGHES be broken. The oldest inhabitant, who finely tailored and of J. K. HELM. generally can tell of something For Magistrate Crab Orchard District worse, has to scratch his head and fashion. Prices ranging from JOHN M. CRESS. think deeD for a counterpart of this T. L. TUCKER. year without a spring or summer $6.00 to $15.00. For Magistrate Waynesburg District either, so far. E. ALLEN. J. A. JOHNSON. The Lexington Leader is urging a J. M. CAMDEN. fusion ticket for Fayette county and if ul ALONZO PADGETT. Lexington. It would have the republicans, independents and progressives NO ASSISTANCE DESIRED get together and defeat the demoWhen the allied whisky interests crats. Among those mentioned for in the days gone by sunt men and a place on the fusion ticket are 11 fil money to this county for the purpose Thomas M. Owsley and Hill Spaldof influencing voters, the Interior ing, former Lincoln county boys. Journal, which was then under part- The former is mentioned for county ly the same management as it is at judge and the latter for city repreCall and let us show you present, protested, giving as its rea- sentative. son that Lincoln county people could There will be many to sympathize take care of themselves, in elections and otherwise. It enters a similar with the Oklahoma Indian who. has protest today. Last Thursday several recently invested $640,000 in Liberty gentlemen from a distance met in Bonds, whose income is so large that Stanford, made a slate and mapped he can not kdep up with his money, out a program for the democracy of and has never drawn more than $125 Lincoln county to support and carry a month of it. He should engage out Two of the gentlemen had prob- some of the gilded youth of Stanably never been in the. county before ford to show him how to divorce Ky. and were in no position to know the himself from his filthy lucre. ii. t our ' people. wants or the needs The third has been only a beneficiary It was a mistake to say that LexThough 8,000 women already are RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT of Lincoln county, holding office to- ington had fallen behind in her day partly by the grac of this peo- allotment of Liberty Bond subscrip- engaged in making shirts for the Quartermaster Depot, in Jefferson-vill- I. Hall of Stanford Lodge No. 156, is an ple. The fourth tions. She lagged at first but took a O. O. F. June 12, 1917: many more are needed. The man, whose kindly interest in the spurt on the home stretch and largely .Whereas God in his providence Government pays well for this work, people of Lincoln is shown in his oversubscribed the amount. The capproffer to play the role of Moses and ital of the Blue Grass is usually up which must be rushed in order that has removed from our fraternal cirAmerican soldiers may be well cle our Brother Past Grand, A .T. lead them out of darkness. The In- to snuff. clothed when they take their places Traylor. terior Juornal has no axes to grind, Now therefore be it resolved that in the trenches in France. is supporting no particular candidate Board of Trade members are en- in the death of Brother Traylor the There Is more Catarrh in this section for anv office, its management has never held office and never expects of the country than all other diseases gaged in raising funds required to community has lost an upright, honpurchase 297 acres of land in con- orable citizen. The church a consistto, but it wants and demands fair put together, and (or years it was supposed to be Incurable. ent play and home government. In short, local remedies, and by Doctors prescribed nection with the army camp at Audu- mostmember; the lodge one of our constantly falling it wants the good people of this mag- to cure with local treatment, pronounced bon Park. Of the $243,000 needed, gationearnest workers for the propaand practice nificent county to say by their votes it Incurable. Catarrh is a local disease, the sum of $65,000 has been sub- of Friendship, Love of the principles and Truth. scribed by merchants and manufacwho they want to hold the various greatly Influenced by constitutional conResolved that we as a lodge exand therefore requires constituturers who consider the cantonment offices without the help or hindrance ditions treatment. Louisville s greatest opportunity." press our sincere sympathy to the befrom any outsider. The hospitality tional manufactured Hall'sF. Catarrh Mediby cine, J. Cheney & reaved family. That the charter of of our people is proverbial and the Co., Toledo, Ohio, is a constitutional lodge be draped in mourning for clad hand is given to all who come remedy, is taken internally and acts The Red Cross needs you every our in their midst, but dictation will not thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces man, woman and child to join today. twenty days, that a copy of these resolutions be presented to the famibe tolerated by them. This is a free of the System One Hundred Dollars rely, also that they be spread upon the country and will continue to be. The ward Is offered for anytocase that Hall's Catarrh minutes and printed in the Interior greatest war in the history of the circulars Medicine falls cure. Send for and testimonials. Journal. world is being waged for democracy P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. W. L. CORDIER, Committee against autocracy. Then why let a Sold by Druggists, 73c. aHl'OsSSaaaWS'Y'VStflN Hull's Family rills for constipation. J. C. McCLARY monarchy be built up right here in our home? A hint to the wise should be sufficient. Louisville subscribed $9,305,350 CENT to the Liberty Loan. Its allotment ADS A REGRETTABLE CONDITION was $5,000,000. (Ada cent worn eacn luue, caah Friends of the clever gentlemen with here are 1 aa lets toan 25c each iiaue.) order: do will regret to know that a disagreement has sprung up between Messrs. CORN Good old corn for sale. F. W. B. and Bruce Haldcitian, which Reid,StanfordjJy. has reached the courts 'rhe' trouble ETRAYED Two cows. Reward :nims to have onjiTUed when Gen. informed of their whereabouts. J. if I. Tla'aoman pvnted a firt page 49-- 1 in the 7ini".s, calling on Gov. Hamilton, Lancaster. LOST A crank to an automobile Stnr.ley to include the auestion of calling n vote on Stnto wide prohibi- somewhere near Stanford. Please to J. J. Belden, Stanford 1 tion in hisproflamation for an extra session to consider the taxation laws, REX coal 20c per bushel for June. the younger Haldeman opnosing it. It will cost me 23c July 1st and after The Courier-Jorunand Times are and you will have to pay 25c. N. W. principally owned lv the three heirs Fowle. 1 South-ea- st of the late W. N. Haldeman W. B.. I AM ready to pay th- - teachers, Bruce nnd Miss Belle Haldeman. the their lait installment. V il! not be in Intter beinc represented by Gen. my office on Saturday, June 23rd. Bennett H. Young, who with W. B. Garland Singleton, Supt. 49-- 2 had arranged to hold a meeting to FOR SALE Fine yearling Duroc have general editorial and business managers nnpointed, which Bruce boar: young" Duroc boars and eilts says would leave him powerless and and a very fine Jersey cow fresh. 4 sought an injunction R. L. Berry, Hustonville, Ky. he therefore to nrevent the action. Since the good Deering FOR SALE death of their father Bruce Halde- binder in the very best condition. It man has bv agreement managed the can be bought worth the money. G. business of both papers and W. B. A. Swinobroad, Lancaster, Ky. lfitf has had charge of the, editorial FOR SALE A Jerof the Times. This arrange- sey bull, subject to register. He is ment the latter desiies continued nnd from an excellent strain of milkers. it is un to the court to decide if it Adolph VonGruenigan, Stanford 47tf shall. For their own sakes and the your EARLY welfare of the two splendid papers barley field SEED CORN Plant Tenin it is honed that a satisfactory agree- nessee Yellow corn. I have the ment will be found and that the use- plant, yields wellDent, the , corn to and will mature. fulness and hio'h of the two 49tf. naners will not bo 'mpaired by inter- E. T. Pence, Jr. FOR SALE A manure spreader nal friction. mado by the International Harvester "The secret of tl snle of Libertv Co. It is in first class condition and Bonds is tho ndvr rtising thev were will sell at a bargain. Mrs. J. B. Wil45tf. iriven," remarked Air. A. C. Sine, of lis, C.rab Orchard. this city, to us Saturday, "and it shows very plainly that advertising nays." he added. Mr, Sine is right. Nothing offered in the history of the countrv was ever better advertised We get you cash on Accounts, Notes, than the Liberty Loan Bonds, and Claims, by collecting aulcklv anv- tho fact that the amount was over- where in United States. Collection subscribed by half shows how rapid-l- y guaranteed or no charges. : : : : : they were disposed of. "Advertis MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY ing Pays" is a slogan in which there is far more truth than poetry. Somrt, Kr. The Interior Journal apo-Elect- ic Keep Cool! Straw Hats and the weather 3! prt liliiyvni i - snb-e- run amas and y rfSiPttwiy1" WHEN YOU BUY A U.S. LIBERTY LOAN BOND YOUR CALL TO THE COLORS Thii it your call to Enlist. Not n the Army or Navy, perhaps, but to enlist your dollars to help your Country in this war. Your Call is to for $50, $100, $500, $1,000 or more, according to your ability. If you haven't the money right now to pay for a Bond, we will accept $1.00 down for a $50.00 Bond, or $2.00 down for a $100.00 Bond, and the balance in payments of $1.00 or $2.00 weekly and deliver the Bond to you when the last payment is made. These Bonds are the best investment in the whole world and per cent per annum half yearly. pay interest at 3 This is a test for your patriotism Come in and buy a Liberty Bond today. 2 Oxfords There and White than both pearance and Palm that and White BUY A LIBERTY BOND Clothes The our The Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD, KENTUCKY tention the other ml mm the latest FOR SALE! Various Concessions Lincoln County Fair Association X Soft Collars Wash Ties Silk Hose Silk Shirts m I.SCOBrORATED Stanford, Ky. August 22, 23, 24, 1917 Concessions consist of Soft Drinks. Ice Cream, Popcorn, Crackerjack, Lunch and Amusement Priveliges Write At Once To M'Roberts Bailey Gents' Furnishings Stanford, e, '. E. C. WALTON, Secretary STANFORD, KY. -- Now is the Time to buy -A- -WORD Paris Green The Supply Is Short 45-4- t. edi-tri- n' Something Doing at re-tu- rn al Corner Main and Depot tf The Lincoln Pharmacy Streets man-atrem- et two-year-o- ld This Week! COME JUST RECEIVED A Car Load er Purina Feed T. W. JONES STANFORD, KY. CASH for ACCOUNTS Put the Difference In Your Pocket The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, June 19, 1917 Liberty Loans The First National Bank hat subscribed for $20,000 par value of the cent Gold Bond 15-3- 0 year 3 2 per of the United State., believing It was it patriotic duty to aid our country to raite money to prosecute the war, and because we were satisfied it was a safe investment. Those persons desiring to purchase, or subscribe for these bonds will please call, or write, and they will be furnished C. E. Tate left Friday afternoon for Little Rock, Ark., on a business trip. Walter W. Saunders spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dillion near Cedar Creek. Mr,. J. H. Eads, out on the Danville pike, is back from a visit to his daughter in Lexington. Mrs. Alice VanArsdale and Miss Mary VanArsdale, of Louisville, are here with relatives and friends. Mrs. R. A. Asbury, of Chattanooga, Tcnn., is with her sisters, Misses Jennie nnd Charlotte Warren. Misses Pearl Beaumont, Louise Bourne and Lillian Davis, of arc guests of Mrs. Albert B. Nichol-asville, Ed Oaks is a rheumatic sufferer. Mr. Jesse P. Lawrence spent Sunday with friends in Covington. Miss Jennie Lawrence was the recent guest of Miss Iln Mac Bourne. Miss Jennie Lawrence is spending a week with her sister, Mrs. W. D. Gooch. at par and in- terest, or their personal subscription will be received, and bonds bonds bought for them free of cost. ' N. C. Dr. Horace Reid, of this city, who is now in Baltimore, will sail in a "few days for France, where he will have the rank of Lieutenant in the army. Danville Advocate. Dr. Reid is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Forestus Reid, who 'spend their summers at their handsome home out on the Hustonville pike. New Dc Luxe Edition in Mrs. L. E. Carpenter and son, Jnck 12 Reels, Featuring Carpenter, have returned to their Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Raymond Hascl-de- n home at Philadelphia. Pa., after a WM. FARNUM and children, Mrs. Katherine visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Aldridge, Miss Virginia Aldridge, of N. Menefee. KATHLYN WILLIAMS Lancaster, Mr. J. Sam Haselden of Mrs. Jessie Stagg and daughter. Bryantsville, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Miss Elizabeth Stagg, have returned First Complete Production of Aldridge, of this city, were the guests to this city after spending several Stanford, Ky. This Most Popular Motion Picof Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dunn Aldridge months with her daughter, Mrs. Will ture Ever Shown In This City RiflFe, at Hustonville. Sunday. HolU-cla12,000 FEET OF FILM Misses Jewell and Marcella Jailer M. L. Singleton, wife and 400 PEOPLE IN CAST and Mary Margcrie Newland at- pretty little daughter, Miss Maxine PERSONAL AND SOCIAL R. P. Anderson and wife, of Ash- tended the birthday paity given by Singleton, of Somerset, are guests in Rex Company An land, are visiting relatives at Hus- Miss Margaret Russell Dillion near of the family of Mr. W. G. Broylcs Beach's Most Famous Story. June 21 Current Events Club tonville. Cedar Creek Friday. Miss Dillion in the Walnut Flat section. Mr. Sinwill meet with Mrs. J. B. Foster at SATURDAY NIGHT Mr. C. R. Coleman was down from celebrated her tenth birthday by hav- gleton paid this office a substantial Cary, Bell county, with his family ing a large number of her young call He was accompanied by Miss 2 o'clock. ADMISSION 10 and 25 Cents this week. friends with her and it proved a very Maxine Singleton and Miss Nellie Miss Delia Rice Hughes, of LancasS. B. Gaines, of Lexington, was delightful affair. liroyles. ter, has been the guest of her aunt, the guest Sunday of his relative, Mr. Mrs. J. W. Acey. R. E. Gaines. Misses Bettie and Isabel Warren Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Martin, of Lexwent to Winchester Saturday to vis- ington, spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Will Hocker. it their sister, Mrs. George Kiser. Mrs. James L. Taylor arrived SatMrs. W. R. Rice, of Louisville, is urday from Los Angleles to visit her visiting her mother, Mrs. S. E. Owsley, and other friends in the county., parents, Eld. and Mrs. Joseph Father Leo left on Sunday afterMrs. John Bright and daughter, noon's train for Alabama and other Miss Sara Bright, are visiting Mr. Southern States to be gone several Mr. and Mrs. Logan McCall and and Mrs. Burdette Ramsey near Miss Sarah Hunn spent Sunday at Paint Lick. Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Waddle, of the home of his mother at Maret-burSomerset, were on Saturday's train en route to Lancaster to visit friends days. Clinton Coleman left the last of and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Jones and last week for the University of Vir daughter, Miss Louise Jones, spent ginia, where he will take a summer Sunday with the family of her father, course. Mrs. C. 0. Manlief and little Mr. S. H. Martin, at Mt. Vernon. Miss Mary Manier Wells arrived daughter, Virginia, are visiting her at home Wednesday night from father, John Hudson in the Highland IN MAKING ANNOUNCEMENT WISH Northhampton, Mass., where she has section. Mrs. Sam Robinson and daughters. College. Dan been attending Smith ON RUGS ONE OF MOST SELECT AND Misses Freda and Florence Robinson. ville Messenger. IN PRICED SALE. YOU WILL FIND RUGS Miss Martha McClary, who taught are in London visiting Mr. Robinson's the past year at Wilkinsburg, Pa., brother. RUGS ON RUGS TODAY. Mr. W. A. Hatcher, who went to will arrive Wednesday to spend the summer with the homefolks here. She Horse Cave to see his father, Mr. T. BEEN AND will teach next year at Morganton, H. Hatcher, who was ill, found him Phillips. Mrs. Alice Newland, who is visiting in this section from Elsah, 111., was here Monday the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Newland. Mrs. J. B. Willis and Mr. J. D. Willis, of Crnb Orchard Springs, were here Monday returning from Richmond, where they had been to see Mrs. Willis' aged mother, Mrs. Miss Mnymc Singleton returned today to Eastern Normal. Joe II. McAHster is considerably troubled with rheumatism. Mrs. Ben Jennings is spending a few days with relatives in Danville. Mrs. George F. DcBordc is the guest of Misses DeBordc at Crab Orchard. Attorney Chennult Hugueley, of Danville, was here on legal business Monday. Miss Bessie Hill, who has been at Richmond attending the Normal, is at home. Miss Maria Kincaid, of Louisville, is the attractive guest of Miss Anne Davis McRoberts. Misses Mary Dunn and Gladys Center, of Danville, arc guests of Mrs. J. W. Baughman. Miss Alice Rankin, of Tulsa, Okla., will arrive this week to visit relatives near Danville. She will visit friends in this city next week. In remitting for his I. J. from Middleburg, J. II. Newell writes: "Send the paper on; I can't afford to miss n copy of my favorite newspa- M. F. Lawrence sold a small lot of corn to R. M. Blackcrby at $8.50 nt the crib. The newly weds, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Y. Carson returned to this city last night, where they will rei- ceive a cordial welcome. Mr. and Mrs. John Charles Osborne, of Knoxvillc, nrrived last evening to visit for a few days Misses Jennie nnd Charlotte Warren. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dave Rankin, of Garrard, Mrs. Rose Smith, of Wayne county, and Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Murphy, were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Miller Hill Sundny. Judge Sterling F. Grimes, of Cuero, Texas, arrived yesterday afternoon to visit his brother, Mr. W. P. Grimes. He came directly here from Washington, where he had been on business. cago. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. W. Mnhan and daughters, of Danville, were here Littleton Warren went to Cincin nati todny to work. Scnntor R. L. Hubble spent a good portion of last week in Cincinnati. Miss Thclmn Francis left last week to visit relatives and friends in Chi- Lognn McCall Louisville today. nnd wife arc in Saturday nfternoon. day. Col. S. T. Harris returned Monday night from French Lick nnd Martinsville, Ind., considerably improved in health and greatly rested up. Mrs. S. A. Keith, of Maysville, who has been the guest of her father, Mr. N. W. Fowlc, returned home to- THE per." Rev. L. C. Kelly, wife and daughters, Misses Lucile and Mabel Kelly, of Cnmpbellsville, are guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. New-land. Spoilers J&VKjSH?' i3 x 2 jC &? viSft 1 The First National Bank w All-St- ar We Wish To Announce Our Bal-lo- u. g. Two Weeks' Rug Sale Now In Progress! E "Kirfia-Yie- ! Gel Mi 'GehJT Quick!" Make Corn Tall" Off! n Club. "I've Joined the Never again will I use anything: for 'Gets-It- .' corns but Put 2 drops of 'Gets-I- t' on, and from that second the corn begins to shrivel. Alfred Eads. Miss Ada Mobley is visiting her brother, Mr. M. L. Mobley and family at Covington and other relatives in Cincinnati. Mrs. W. G. Withers and son, Powell Withers, spent last week with her parents, Capt. and Mrs. B. F. Powell, in the country. Mrs. John M. Mount, of Atlanta, passed through Friday afternoon en route to Lancaster to visit the family of Hon. J. R. Mount. Mrs. L. L. Sanders and Miss Katie Middleton, of Crab Orchard, brought Mr. Sanders down Monday to take Sal-li- improving. Miss Jennie Newland has returned home from Anchorage, where she has been the-gueof ter sister, Mrs, THIS WE TO STATE THAT WE ARE PLACING THE MARKET LOT OF THE LARGEST THE EVER OFFERED AT A ARE THAT THESE THE ACTUAL WHOLESALE PRICE WE HAVE THESE HAD BOUGHT FOR OVER A YEAR A GREAT ADVANCE THERE HAS ON RUGS SINCE WE MADE THIS PURCHASE. IF YOU NEED A RUG FOR PORCH OR ANY PART OF THE HOUSE, YOU CAN EASILY FIND IT HERE. WE HAVE IN THIS SALE A BEAUTIFUL-LINof LINOLEUMS & CONGOLEUM RUGS IN-CLUD- 9x1 2 Royal Wilton Rug, 3 Drop Never-Agal- the train for Jackson. e Misses Katie Lynn Wood and Burdette went up to Richmond Monday morning to take a six weeks course in Eastern Normal. Peter Straub and daughter, Miss Mamie C Straub, of Somerset, came un Sunday for a brief visit to Mrs. Mary Straub and daughters. Mrs. W. R. Todd left for Colum. bia Saturday afternoon to spend a few days with her husband before going to Nashville to visit her mothMr. and Mrs. Morris Ashley, of Richmond, have been guests of Misses Lena and Pearl Hampton. They were accompanied by their handsome little son, Morris Staniford Ashley. Mr. R. E. Hughes, one of Louisville's biggest and best men, was on home er. It) It So TieDon't Touchand It Will Get-It" like a Instead of swelling' up loosens little from white sponge. Then it your toe and, glory hallelujah! the though you d take corn comes oft as glove off your hand!" yes "Gets-It- " is the corn discovis ery of the age. More "Gets-It- " old by many times than any other remedy in existence, fry it corn reason It and you'll know theto apply why.and It. takes two seconds at once. That's all. Don t It dries the experiment follow "Gets-It.- experience Be Soret Sore!" Never Sunday afternoon's train returning after a visit to relatives at Lancaster. Mrs. C. E. Bower and daughters, who are visiting here from Pontiac, Mich., went up to Corbin Sunday to visit her sister, Mrs. W. H. Wor-sha- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Holderman reSaturday. turned from Springfield They left Mr. W. B. Holderman somewhat improved, but still a very sick man. Mesdames Shop Webb, of Knox-vill- e, and Helen O'Rear Saufley. of Frankfort, have been guests of Mrs. George L. Penny and the family of H. R. Saufley. Mrs. G. C. Rose left Sunday for " millions and useeverywhere, 260 n of "Get3-It" is sold on receipt of price by bottle, or sent S. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, 111. Sold in Stanford and recommended as the world's best corn remedy by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The Penny Drug Store. Mr. W. R. Todd, who is at the head of the Stanford public schools, reached the homo of his parents last week. Mrs. Todd will arrive the latter part of this week. They expect to spend most of their vacation in Columbia. Mrs. Todd, before her marriage was Miss Louise McGavock, and one time taught expression in Adair News. the Lindsay-WilsoDr. T. H. Singleton and wife and Mrs. L. G. Singleton, of Bowling Green, are hero with his brother, Supt. Garland Singleton, and family, and other relntives and friends in the county. They expect to remain until after the Masonic Celebration at Crab Orchard Saturday. Dr. Singleton told the I. J. that up to last of Thursday night 618 strawberries had been shipped from his home town and that several more cars would go before the season is over. Dr. Singleton likes his adopted home and is doing nicely there. n. car-loa- Sunday night. They were enjoying an extended auto ride. Col. Matt Adams, of Lexington. who represented the Eleventh district in Congress four or five terms, is the guest oi ids niece, iuis. ixuiuu Neal at Moreland. Ho is now approaching the 80th milestone but his mind is as active and clear as fifty years ago. vjui-penter there for several who has been months. Her brother, Leo Perkins ac companied her. Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Burke, of Junction City, were in the city Sunday. Mrs. Burke, who is a sister of Mrs. A. T. Traylor, had been with her since the death of her husband. I. Routenberg, one of Hustonvillo's hustling merchants, has a son at his home. The little fellow has been named Norman H. Routenberg and his father says ho is the greatest boy in all the country. Editor Cecil Williams, "Lord" George W. Thomas, and Mr. nnd Mrs. R. "G. Williams, of Somerset were in the city for a brief period EauGallie, Fla., to join her husband, $24.75 was $28.50, now .3x1 2 Very Best Axminster Rug, 9x 2 Victor Body Brussels Rug, was $40.00, now was $40.00, now $32.50 $32.50 9x1 2 Biglow Axminster Rug, was $38 9x 2 Hamilton Brussels Rug, was $1 1.50 $ 4.00, now now $31.50 .3x1 2 Very Fine Manhattan Rug, 2 Wool & Fiber Rug, was $22.00 2x1 $ 1 8.50 was $42.00, now now $35.00 9x1 2 Biglow Puritan Rug, was $48.00 9x1 2 Wool & Fiber Rug, was $1 3.00 now now $9.50 $36.50 9x1 2 Trewan Welton Rug, was $68.00, 8.3x 0.6 Best Yet Fiber Rug, was $ 2.50, now now $1.0.00 $52.00 2 Shot Wilton Velvet Rug, was 9x 6x9 Rattania Rug, was $7.50 now $6.00 $42.50, now 6x9 Waite Grass Rug, was $6.50 $35.00 9x1 2 Frankfort Velvet Rug, was $32.50 now $5.25 9x1 2 Waite Grass Rug, was $ 2.00 now $26.50 9x 2 Smith's Colonial Rug, was now $9.50 $36.50, now 8.3x10.6 Waite Grass Rug, was $9.00 $28.50 9x 2 Bussarah Axminster Rug, was now $7.50 $48.00, now Rug, was $1 1.00, 7.6x10.6 Rattania $36.00 8.3x10.6 Royal Wilton Rug, was $50 now $9.50 9x 2 Rattania Rug, was $ 4.00, now $38.50 8.3x10.6 Extra Fine Axminster Rug, now $ 1 2.00 e 9x 2 Congoleum Rug, was $27.50 was $35.00, now $1 2.50, now 6x9 Biglow Rug, was $28.50 $9.50 e 6x9 Congoleum Rug, was now $22.50 9x 12 Regent Tapestry Brussels Rug, $7.50, now $5.50 9x 2 Matting Rug, was $5.00 now was $21.00, now $17.50 $3.75 9x 2 Very Heavy Matting Rug, was Rug 8.3x10.6 Manor Tapestry Brussels $7.00, now was $19.00, now $16.00 $5.75 9x 2 Panama Tapestry Brussels Rug 500 Yards Extra Fine Inlaid Linoleum, was $2.00 per yard, now was $24.00, now $18.75 $1.75 9x 2 Extra Fine Brussels Rug, was 500 Yards Good Inlaid Linoleum, was $29.00, now $1.50 per yard, now $22.50 $1.25 9x1 2 Oxford Brussels Rug, was $30.00 Ringwalt Linoleum as cheap, per yard now as $24.75 35c h h and White Grass, Rattania Axminster and Brussels Rugs to match all of the larger sizes at the same reduction offered on the larger sizes. THIS SALE IS FOR SPOT CASH and no goods sent out on approval. All Rugs marked in ' ,,.. in plain figures and will be sold just exactly as marked. now was $82.00 1 1 .3x1 2 Manor Tapestry Brussels Rug, 1 $75.00 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 One-piec- One-piec- 1 1 1 -. 1 27-inc- 36-inc- . The A. F. Wheeler Furniture Co. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY Keene Lutes', Manager New Gilcher Hotel Bldg. fffiff1 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, June 19, 1917 LAND, STOCK AND CROP John M. Carter sold to Myers & lnmbs at 15c. Allen HO J. Frank Smith sold to T. W. Jones n small hunch of hogs at 15c. Henrv D. Bauirhmnn tioucht of Jones Ilnughman, also of the West End, n 14 months old black bull calf for $200. Powell & Depp, of tho West End, last year bred nine marcs. They now nave nine colts. Six or tnem nrc mares and eight of them are mules. J. T. Hackley sold to John Gopcin n sow and nine pips for $50. Mr. TIackley also sold to John Franklin d horse for $125 and n one to John H. Foster for $140. 175-pouthree-year-ol- Kentucky, celebrated last Sundny by Harry D Fryc nought at auction preaching a sermon on the 50th anniSaturday afternoon nt Hustonville versary. He has many friends in the team of mules sold by William Boyle county who trust thnt he may McKinney. He paid $295 for them. have many more years of usefulness The wagon they were hitched to sold Danville Messenger. nnd hnppincss. for Sfi0.no. Rev. M. P. Schoepfle, of LouisS. T. Powell, on the Liberty pike, ville, came up Saturday nnd on SunSouth of Hustonville, who owns and day installed Rev. Bcrlap as pastor stands the great saddle stallion, of the church at Gruenheim, near Dare, tells the I. J. that he has Rev. Bcrlap Coffey's had the best season with his horse in was al3o installed as pastor of the years. Almont Dare is a great breedOttenheim church. The ceremonies ater and is growing more popular as tending the installation were impresthe years accumulate. sive nnd beautiful. R. L. Uerry has had trouble with Rev. II. S. Saxby and family have dogs. Canines belongdecided to motor through to Califor ing to a man at Moreland got into nia and will leave here about the 20th his sheep that were on the King of June. They figure the trip will by his brother, II. J. farm, owned take about twenty days. The distance Uerry, of Rourbon, and killed two of Herald. is 2,700 miles by the Lincoln Highthem. Mr. Hurry followed the dogs way. Rev. Saxby has accepted a call and killed one of them. He moved to the Christian Church at Modesto, the sheep to his home plnec. California. Somerset Journal. Gross shipped three cars Jones Evangelist W. T. Brooks will beWe, whose names are hereto atof hogs last week for which they gin a protracted meeting at the paid 13 to 14 They also shipped Christian church in Stanford the tached will permit neither hunting, two cars of cattle, one of which they first Sunday in July. He will be ac- fishing nor trespassing of any kind bought of William Moser at 0 companied by a sweet singer, who on our property, and those guilty of stoers and Thev were will have charge of the choir. Mr. doing such will bo prosecuted to the good ones. The other car was a mixis a great preacher and full extent of the law: Brooks removed ed lot of cows and butcher stuff been splendid from around the yard, Stanford people can M. D. Elmore, U. S. Traylor, J. D. rest assured two outhouses erected, the which cost them from 4 to fie. yard cleaned off, floors oiled and a that there is something good in Nayo, Louis Nave, S. J. Embrv, J. L. Robbins, J. C. Fox & Son, Geo. B. splendid sanitary drinking fountain store for them. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Rev. Howard J. Brazelton, the new Pruitt. installed. Many other things will be Ford Weaver, aged 18, was run done that will will add to the com- pastor of the Christian church, was over by a train nt Corbin and killed. fort and health of the pupils and given a warm welcome by the other Office Phone No. 5 He was a son of G. F. Weaver, a teachers. It takes time and patience ministers of the city after he had Carter's Livery and Feed Stable Corbin merchant. to procure such things, but keep on preached an excellent sermon SunAt a meeting of the Somerset "digging" and perhaps some day all day night. Rev. P. L. Bruce, of the Board of Education it was decided to the schools in Kentucky will be of a Presbyterian church, was chairman J. M. CASEY do away with the teaching of German desirable type. It will be remember- of the meeting and before taking his in the High School. French will be ed that the first annual commence- seat made an interesting talk exSurgeon substituted. ment was held by the eighth grade pressing his delight at having Rev. The closing out of the Columbia last year and aims will be directed Brazelton among us. He then called fair grounds Inst week in the sale of for another greater and better for on Dr. W. D. Welburn, of the Metholots marks an epoch in the history of this year. This year's class will not dist church, whose remarks were Cattle and Hogs Vaccinated that county that brought joy once a be as great in quantity but just as most appropriate. Dr. M. D. Early year to many people. great in quality. Last year's class was third and last and the pastor of To Mason, Hanger & Company, of consisted of eight young people, five the Baptist church bade Rev. BrazelLexington aid Richmnod, successors of whom took and passed the coun- ton a heatry welcome and predicted Ml! I represent the largest and best ordrr clothing house in this country to the Mason, Hoge Company, of ty diploma examination nnd will at- that his stay in Stanford would be and Co., Chicago. Ill, Hy Frankfort, has secured the contract tend school elsewhere. We hope that both pleasant and profitable to him Ed r. Pri'tmeasuring and directing the txin for building the cantonment at Lou- other schools will have these closing and his family and would prove a fierience your clothes, gives me the advantage one is tailor. isville. exercises. On the opening morning blessing to the members of the Chris- over give who yournot a practical promise If you will me you a order, I will it R. N. Jarivs filed suit in the all the patrons are especially urged tian church. square deal. Tou will get the worth of your Court against Gov. Stanley, to be present. It is hoped that some money, either in the cheapest grades or the higher prices. Jly asking that the court issue a manda- speeches will be delivered. The beauEXPECTING GOOD BUSINESS tory injunction for the appointment tiful large flag will be raised and SPRING AND SUMMER Mrs. J. B. Willis, of Crab Orchard of the plaintifT as Police Judge of will float from the cupola on the Springs, was here this week and told line of samples Is now ready far your inBarbourville. According to the peti- school building. Patriotic songs will a reporter of the Messenger that in- spection. Can now and let me show you. tion J. II. Jarvis resigned as Police be sung. Tpi I? I Practical Tailor dications were good for a large atIvwrJUEi V Stanford, Kt. Tudge of Barbourville, and on May tendance at the resort this summer. 24 the City Council elected R. N. WONDERFUL STUFF! Many people from other States have Jarvis to fill the vacancy. LIFT OUT YOUR CORNS engaged rooms for July and August. L. Beazley & Co., Pearl Johnson, who insisted that The band will arrive on July 1st. she wa under 18 years old when she Apply A Few Drops Then Lift Corns t Mrs. Willis says she considers herself killed Floyd Dunawav, in Bell counin having raised quite fortunate Or Calluses Off With Fingers , ty, last October, lost her appeal from as this will be of inesa fine No Pains the Bell Circuit Court, and will have timable help in keeping up the table. to go to prison for life. The Court of No humbug! Any corn, whether She will manage the resort herself Appeals, in an opinion by Chief Jus- hard, soft or between the toes, will and hopes her friends will make Crab tice Settle, held that the Circuit loosen right up and lift out, without Orchard Springs their home this sumjjj y tnisvY j&jfc i Court properly took jurisdiction of a particle of pain or soreness. mer. Danville Messenger. the case on the testimony of the girl's This drug is called frcezonc and is Em!-- own mother. A REAL CURIOSITY a compound of ether discovered by a Richard Gentry, T. B. Bright and Cincinnati man. The showman was exhibiting a Captain T. D. English, the commitAsk at any drug store for a small very small skull, which he said was 42, Stanford. Ky. tee appointed by Judge Coulter to bottle of freezone, which will cost the head piece of the great Oliver appraise the land of Messrs. John but a trifle, but is sufficient to rid Cromwell, according to the New York and Robert Quisenberry for the rail- one's feet of every corn or callus. Globe. road company, filed their appraise"This skull is much too small to Put a few drops directly unon any ment this afternoon. The amount of tender, aching corn or callus. In- be the skull of a man," said one paacres, and stantly the soreness disappears and tron, indignantly. "It can only be the land involved is fifty-fothe price fixed for same was $41,124, shortly the corn or callus will loosen skull of a little boy. You're a fraud." Office Phone 187 Home Phone 86 or approximately $759 an acre. This and can be lifted off with the fingers. The showman did not lose his nerve is ssn'd to be about $9,000 less than This drug freezone doesn't eat out at this, but replied with dignity: the Messrs. Quisenberry asked for the the corns or calluses but shrivels lfttUvaaaaaaaaaaaaiBs "You are right it is not the skull land, and $8,000 more than the maxi- them without even irritating the sur- of a man, but that of Cromwell when mum price fixed by the railroad com- rounding skin. he was a small lad." pany. Danville Advocate. s Just think! No pain at all; no About 500 women charged police or smarting when applying it or Scnetor J. C. W. Beckham, of afterwards. If your druggist don't reserves in New York with hatpins Kentucky, has been appointed a have freezone have him order it for and fists, crying, "Down with the 49-- 1 member of a subcommittee of the you. draft." Several women and some of Senate Military Committee in the officers were injured. C. McCLARY with possible legislation havTo discourage the movement of Warrants on the treasury of Kening to do with the momentous and tucky, known as Kentucky warrants, negroes to the North, several railvastly important plan for pitting the have been approved by Secretary of road lines in the South will no longer STANFORD. KY. principal fight against Germany from the Treasury McAdoo as security accept "prepay order" transportathe air. for Liberty Loan deposits. tion for them. Al-mo- nt sheen-killin- g c. 1,050-poun- d MORELAND Tho teachers nnd pupils of the school were sadly grieved over the death of little Evelyn Compton, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Compton. Never was there a brighter pupil and n better disposed class mate. She will be sadly missed. "The Man from Borneo," a comedy in three nets will bo given by the school improvement league at Hunn & ColTcy Hall, Juno 28th, nnd nt McKinney opera house June 30th This piny is extremely dramatic nnd is very interesting nnd intertnining throughout. Will please all who at tend. The participants urge a good crowd to attend. The school at this place will begin July 2nd nnd much preparation is in progress in order to have tho best school thnt has ever been conducted here. The same faculty which taught Inst year has been chosen namely: Prof. Walter Moser and Miss Mary Peavyhouse. Both have been to the Normal schools this spring to grasp new ideas which will tend to improve the school. The patrons nnd pupils arc very fortunate indeed in securing Rev. Hockenberry, a graduate, of the Conservatory of Music nt Cincinnati, who will teach vocal music in our school. It is n decided fact that no other school is as fortunate ns we in securing such a competent director. Miss Oneita Shewmaker, an efficient and well directed young class in piano lndy. has a splendid music. She is a graduate of Hustonville High School and has taken music for a number of years. It is indeed with the luckv to have her school along this line. Our enthusiastic trustee, Mr. Wm. Ellis is joining graciously with the teachers who arc doing all in their power to have an school. Tho old fence has nine-year-o- ld te g camnnd civic bodies in n paign. Rev. Joseph Ballou. of Stanford. one of tho best known ministers in food-savin- WITH THE CHURCHES Mid week Church Presbyterian servlco vVednesday evening nt 7:30 Society on Friday with Womnn's Mrs. Burch nt 3 o'clock. The district missionary convention which was to have been held nt McKinney today and tonight, was Indefinitely postponed on account of scare in thnt section. the small-poIn n letter to 200,000 clergymen of vnrious denominations Herbert C. Hoover asks all pastors to preach on food conservation Sunday, July 1, and to endenvor to interest religious x DEATH OF "DOC" VINSON Tho many friends of Mrs. W. I. Allin sympathize with her in tho denth of her father, Capt. Z. C. Vinson, who passed away about eleven o'clock Wednesday morning nt the A. D. Price Memorial Hospital in this city. He was a native ef Catlctts-bur- g and was stricken with paralysis some weeks ago, nnd when able to be moved was brought to the hos-pithero by Mrs. Allin, to be near, that she might watch over him more closely. His cheery disposition and al school-hous- e. him to those who have nursed him, nnd general sorrow was felt when he began to sink on Monday. Tho remains were taken to residence of Mr. nnd Mrs. D. Praigg VanArsdall Wednesday nnd on Thursday morning left for his home in Catlettsburg, accompanied by Mrs. Allin, Mr. Bush W. Allin, and Mrs. VnnArsdnll. The funeral will bo held by Rev. Pierce, his pastor, and interment will be in the Catlettsburg cemetery beside his wife, who passed away some years ago. Capt. Vinson was a prominent and popular gentleman and hnd been engnged in the lumber business for many years. He was 71 years old and had been a member of the Baptist church since young manhood. His and death occurred onthc niversary of his marriage. He is survived by his daughter, Mrs. W. I. Allin, of this city, nnd his son, Mr. John Vinson, of Catlettsburg. Harrods-bur- g fifty-secon- unfailing patience have endeared POSTED! The Warm Days Have Come To Stay and now you will want the boy a cool suit. We have them in the famous "Wooly Boy" make. These clothes are known the world over to be the best made. They are cut to fit and sewed together so they will last much longer than other makes at same price. Also a new line of Wash Suits for the little fellow : : : Come and get the boys a suit. 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Hartford Hail Policy You can secure his protection in the Hartford Fire Insurance Company for a few cents a day. Let us introduce you. oil sol to need'any for seed, we advise you to buy now THRILLING, POWERFUL AND PICTURESQUE :: Saturday, June 23 ISc & 25c Jesse D. Wearen THE INSURANCE MAN J. H. Baughman & Co. STANFORD, KY.