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Stanford, Lincoln County, Kenj 'Trrsrvj y, June 22, 1917 MARRIAGES , . Lester Dishon, aged 23, and Miss Gertrude Woods, sweet 'sixteen, were made one at Simon Petery's" on Journal preach at attcr- - riTr Tuesdays and Fridays ehtirch, Sunday. June the 20th. Garret Alford, aged 21, and MIm 2t$lu neb?a!Hol, 9:55; Home Mis- Berryl Marlow, 17, were married X Km fTegVMI ; Morning Service at ek Th Christian n Midille- e Thursday by Judge the E. Topic Missions, Ps. 87; James P. Bailey. ' I' I Luke Irwin and Miss Lucy Cheek, svening servwe, v :au. ChiMreh's exercises will be held at both of the Bee Lick section, were joined in wedlock's holy bonds by Hcb.rojjiv church, near Cedar creek, at ,8 6'clock Sunday afternoon. An James P. Bailey at the court-hou- s interesting program has been arThursday. Cecil Saxby and Miss Kathryn. ranged and will be carried out. The Grinstcad went to Winfleld, Ten- pUblifi is cordially invited to be prcs- nessee, Sunday, where they were The pastor will preach at the married. Young Saxby is the son of Rev. H. S. Saxby, pastor of the M'efhodfst church Sunday at 10:45 Christian Church, and the bride is and ''at 7:30 P. M. Epworth League daughter of Mrs. wjll Jiave charge of opening service the accomplished Sunday School at William Grinstcad, of this city. To in the evening. this young couple The News extends 9:30'k. M. The plans for the new Methodist best wishes for n long and happy church have been accepted and the wedded life. Somerset News. A wedding of unusual interest to committee ist now ready to receive their many friends both in this coun- bids .from contractors for its conty nnd Lincoln was the marriage of struction.' It is hoped work will be Miss Cora Perkins, of this county, to started before many more weeks. Mr. Frank Phillips, of Stanford. The f.Tfye corner stone laying of the happy couple took the early morning new Methodist Church of Somerset, train for Louisville Wednesday and will take place Saturday afternoon were married in that city last night. at 3 o'clock. Rev. W. F. Vaughan, The bride is the lovely and atrractive Rev. C. H. Greer and Rev. W. H. daughter of Mrs. Emma Daniels and Serift have been invited to be presis exceedingly popular in this coun- ent and take part in the services. Baptist Church Sunday School ty. Mr. Phillips is the junior memseveral others, the most interesting ber of the firm of Phillips & Phillips, at 9:30 A. M., preaching at 11 o'of which will be the one composed of Stanford, and is a splendid young clock, subject "The Triumph of the Church.'' The pastor will touch on of boys from the Masonic Orphans' business man. On their return from Home in Louisville. The Stanford a short bridal trip they will be at thf bearing of the present world's Glee Club will entertain with patriwar on the above subject. The men home to their friends in Stanford. present. At otic songs, and Miss Kate Warriner, especially invited Lancaster Record. night the subject will be the "Everof Hustonville, whose wonderfully Miss Johnnie Azbill and Mr. Stewlasting Gospel." Special music mornsweet voice has thrilled thousands, art Carson, of Stanford, who were ing and night. will favor the throng with several to have been married on Saturday, solos. Christian Church The minister, stole a march on their friends and The ceremonies will be opened Rev, Howard J. Brazelton, who has were married Friday night at the! with prayer by Rev. Stephen B. been detained in Winchester this home of Rev.i E. B. Barnes, who perweek because of the serious illness of Lander, of Bloomfield, Grand Chapformed the ceremony. On Saturday Mrs. Brazelton's mother, expects to lain of the Grand Lodge, after which Mrs. Walter Azbill and Mrs Sallie our own Hon. James N. Saunders, Cornelison gave a pretty luncheon be in his pulpit Sunday. The morning subjeet will be "Each One Doing Grand Master of the Grand Lodge for the bride and groom and a few of His of Kentucky, will make the welcome Bit." The subject for the 'night their friends who had expectedto be address. After Smittie's Band has present at the wedding, including sermon will be. "Sources from Which played "The Star Spangled Banner" a Great Church Comes." These are Misses Marie Louise Deatherage, preparatory services for the evange- OFFICE MOVED TO LEXINGTON Hon. G. Allison Holland will deliver Mary Allen Deatherage, Nancy listic meeting which begins July 1st The office of the Central Ken- an address. Mr. Holland is an ex Shearer, Margaret Azbill and Jean-et- ta under the leadership of W. T. Brooks tucky Millers' Association has been tremely pleasing speaker and someRobinson, of Winchester, and Lewis' evangelists of na moved from this city to Lexington in thing good many be expected from Messrs. William Biirnam, Delbe'rl aSaSam tional reputation. A large attendance order that it may be more centrally him. The rest of the program will be Axbill and Tom Landrum, of Louis church and Bible School located and be able to get the mar carried out as stated in Tuesday's I. ville. After the luncheon Mr. and of both members is urged and all friends of ket reports quicker and at less ex- J. Mrs. Carson left for Cincinnati to On arrival of the excursion trains will find a cordial wel- pense. Mr. W. H. Wearen, who as spend several days before going to the church come. secretary of the association has made from Middlesboro and Louisville the Stanford to make their home. The an excellent official, resigned and craft will assemble at Masonic Hall, bride is one of the most attractive MINERS GETTING GOOD PAY Frank Walker, of Paris, was chosen. where all will register and be given girls of the younger set and her Dick Hocker is down from Pitts-bur- It was the desire of the members of distinguishing badges. The procesmany friends regret to have her leave and while in the county he the association that Mr. Wearen re- sion will form in front of the Lodge but wish her the greatest happiness Room, which is over Lyne Bros.' in her new home. Mr. Carson is a will visit his sister, Mrs. W. O. main with them in his official capacity, but that gentleman felt that he Drug Store, and headed by Smittie's promising young business man of Speed, at Hustonville. Mr. Hocker, Band, will march down Stanford BAD STOMACHS Stanford and has a host of friends although a cripple, having lost a leg could not afford to move to Lexing- street, and crossing that street, will BUSINESS FAILURES ton from his farm, which will reREPUBLICANS MAKE FIGHT both there and in Richmond who ex- a number of years ago, is a coal head East and then North to the In this day of high efficiency more That the Republicans of the Eight- tend congratulations and good miner or "digger," and has been at ceive his undivided attention in the Springs. Lexington Lodge No. 1 will failures are due to disordered Stom- eenth senatorial district will put up wishes. Richmond Climax. Pittsburg off' and on for a long time. future. follow next to Smittie's Band, thence achs than to any other cause. Noth- a strong fight to elect a member of At the home of Dr. and Mrs. D. He told the I. J. this morning that the regular Masonic line, interspersing undermines the body and mind the upped branch of the Legislature THE REGISTRATION LIST he had never seen work in his line M. Walker in Shelbyville WednesOn the second page of today's pa- ed with Bands. The Grand Lodge so nuickly as Stomach Trouble. It is now assured. J. A. Blain. a well- is nothing day, Mr. Frank Phillips, of this city, pay as well. Said he: "It ambi- known saps the energy and reduces per is printed the list of thos-- j who Officers and the officials of the MaRepublican of Lincoln county, unusual for the best miners to make , tion and vitality to a low ebb. Ca- is the first to offer for the nomina- and Miss Cora Perkins-- of Garrard $13 to $14 per day digging coal. I legist ored and are subject to selec- sonic Widows' and Orphans Home, county, were pronounced husband thartics frequently aggravate the tion of his party, and it is said that can easily make $4 to $5. It is true tive draft for army service Theie will bring up the rear, led by the quickly your his candidacy has been indorsed by and wife. Dr. Walker officiated and that we do not get to work every nro 1,235 names in the list and the children from the Home and the littrouble. Overcome Stomach, Liver and Intestinal Trou- the district G. O. P. leaders. The the ceremony was as beautiful as it day, but most of us f?ct all the work men compose the very flower of tle boys' brass band. The little city of Crab Orchard ble with Mayr's Wonderful Remedy, Democratic senatorial fight has stir- was impressive. The contracting pair, we are lookng for. We get $1 per ton Lincoln county. We shall expect to as it reaches the seat of the disease. red up some bitterness, and the Re- accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Wil- for mining, which of course, is run hecr good report from those thai ave has been dressed up for the occasion the Springs' buildings and Millions have been restored by it. publicans, it is said, are relying on liam O. Martin, of this city, motored of mines." Mr. Hocker says that taken and believe they will do their while Let one dose of Mayr's Wonderful this in the hope of success at the to Shelbyville, leaving Stanford at there is a wonderful scarcity of utmost toward the saving of this grounds have been profusely decoRemedy convince you today. For general election.1 Louisville Times. an early hour Wednesday morning. hands and that any sort of a man country from the grasp and greed of rated with flags and bunting. Great preparation has been made for the sale by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The Times was never more mistaken. After the marriage they went to can get a good job by applying to the biutal Kaiser. Louisville, where that night Mr. and day on which the 200dth anniversary The Penny Drug Store. No bitterness has resulted from the the Pittsburg mine operators. Lee Mrs. Phillips took a train for Chicaof Masonry is to be celebrated and DISPOSES OF THREE CASES Caldwell, formerly of Danville, but race and very little interest has been go, where their honeymoon is being as that day is tomorrow, the last C. O. SHOOTING TOURNAMENT shown in it so far. for the last decade a mine operator Judge James P. Bailey disposed of word spent. They will return to Stanford has been said and Crab OrThe first annual tournament of at Pittsburg, is opening a new mine three cases in his court Thursday. Crab Orchard Gun Club will be VERNON THOMPSON IKILLED in a few days and until they go to at Hazel Patch and is experiencing Newmon Pntton, colored, caught a chard citizens one and all are imthe housekeeping will be at the home of patiently awaiting the dawn of the held at Crab Orchard Springs July Vernon Thompson, son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Warner and much trouble in getting men to work fine of $5 with costs, making $18.-7- day which will be probably the bigaway in Mrs. 4 and 5. $125 will be given in it. Mr. Caldwell is very popular for permitting his stock to run J. Booth Thompson, formerly prizes and trophies. Emilc Pragoff, of Lancaster, was killed in a mine Portman avenue. The groom is one with the miners nnd if anybody can at large in the West End. Charley gest in the history of the East End of Louisville, who has had much ex- disaster near Butte, Mont., accord- of Stanford's biggest and best mer- get help he can. "He told me," con- Peck, of the Green river section, capital. perience in the conduct of shooting ing to information received here. He chants. He is a member of the firm tinued Mr. Hocker, "that he must cnught a similar fine for a similar tournaments, will be in charge and a was about 21 years old and promi- of Phillips & Phillips, a business es- have 25 men at once and I promised offense. Floyd Morgan, charged with ACEY SELLS HALF INTEREST Mr. J. W. Acey, who has owned great time is expected. Some of the nently connected. Young Thompson tablishment with a reputation second to do what I can to help him out. If Breach of the peace, was fined $30 classiest clay pigeon shots in the was u nephew of Robert E. Thomp- to none in this section of Kentucky. you know any people who want to nnd costs. He is laying out his fine and conducted The Lincoln PharmaThe bride is a daughter of Mrs. Emcy for the past few years and has whole country will be at Crab Orch son of Crab Orchard. make good money, have them com- in jail. ma Daniels, of Garrard county, and done well with the store, has sold a ard to contest for the prizes. municate with Mr. Caldwell," sa'd is a very charming young woman. She half interest in his business to Mr. IN THE RACE TO STAY WILLIAM III HAS A BOND is handsome and cultured and very he. A. J. Borders, of Burnside. He will THE FORWARD LEAGUE Hon. J. R. Mount, of Lancaster, arrive with his family July 1st and Mr. W. II. Higgins has a letter popular. Stanford people are glad to A secret meeting of the forward NEVER NEGLECT A COLD report that he has take charge. Mr. Borders has a drug A child after bathing, cooling off writes that the League was held in Harrodsburg the from his son, Dr. W. Harry Higgins, welcome her to the city and will do of Richmond, Va., saying that his all in their power to make her life suddenly after exercise and drafts, or will withdraw from the race for store in his homo town, and while ho last of the week. After asking four 11 months old son, W. Harry Hig- here a happy one. The boys will give givo cold germs a that may State Senator is absurd. He entered is enjoying a good business, he wants men whom we had jwsitive proof lead to something worse. Safety re present and all denied any gins, III, is the proud possessor of a Mr. Phillips a rousing reception when quires early treatment. Keep Dr.- the race on his own volition, is mak- to get to a larger field. He is an exwere and no perienced pharmacist and will havo ho returns with his bride, when the King s New Discovery on hand. Th's ing his fight knowledge of the gathering we gave Liberty Loan Bond. glad hand of his legion of friends pleasant balsam remedy allays in- man nor set of men is authorised to entire charge of that department of it up as n bad job and reached the THE EVILS OF CONSTIPATION flammation, soothes the cough and say what he must do or is going to the business with Mr. Acey. Mrs. be extended him and his. conclusion th'at they wished no pubrepairs the tissues. Better be safe do. Constipation is ope of the main will Borders is a nieco of the late Mark licity on the course of action as out- reasons why the average human lifo than sorry. Break up the cold with Hardin nnH has a number of relaDr. King's New Discovery before it lined. It is understood a similar is below 40 years. Leaving waste Sloan' Liniment For Rheumntium J. R. HARRIS HAS SEDAN in ami The pain goes so quickly after 13 too late. At your druggist, 50c, tives and acquaintances meeting was held in Stanford. Har- material in the body, poisor.3 the system and blood and makes us liable you apply Sloan's Liniment for rheu- $1.00. That is a handsome car, of the around Stanford. The Borders famirodsburg Democrat. to sick headaches, biliousness, ner- matic pains, neuralgia, toothache, Sedan tpye, that Mr. J. Randolph ly will bo given a hearty welcome by vousness and muddy skin. When vou lumbago, sprains, and its so oasy to SHIPPING OUT OLD IRON is sporting just now. He the people here. Relieved Croup, Whooping-Cougnote these symptoms, try Dr. King's use. It quickly penetrates and soothW. P. Buchanan, who buys any- Harris Children's diseases demand pre- New Lifo Pills. They givo prompt re- es without rubbing and is far cleanbought it of Henry Ford Anderson, thing from a cork paredness. When the child wakes lief, are mild, in notion, more effective than mussy screw to an CARING FOR THE FLAG you at night, gasping and strangling add tone to your system nnd clear er and or ointments. "Tin Lizzie," who on Wednesday received another plasters, shipment of the ever popular Fords. for breath, how thankful you are to the complexion. At your druggist, Jailer DeBordo is taking good Keep a bottle in the hou3e and get is loading this week his fourth car of at 25c. have Dr. Bell's care of the big flag that floats from prompt relief, not only from all old iron. This will make about a hand. This effective remedy loosens s but from bruises, strains, dozen cars he has shipped out of WILL HAVE ELECTRIC LIGHTS the polo in front of tho the mucous and permits freo and sprains, GREAT DISASTERS and all exter- Stanford since Jan. 1st. Mr. John B. Foster is putting up Ho has it taken down natural breathing. Its soothing balyour druggist, 25c, 50c, The Galveston Flood, the It. e nal aches. At poles on which to string wires from each evening and in order to keep it sams heal the irritated membrano Eruption, the San Francisco $1.00. and arrests further inflammation. This is the longest day of the year, the Stanford Water, Light & Ice from getting wet, has it lowered Pleasant to take. Keep Dr. Bell's Earthquake and Fire, the Kaiser's A donation of $5,000,000 to the The man who can't get enough work plant that ho may have electric lights whenever it looks like a downpour is in the house for a to break into the civilized Red Cross war fund by the Rocke- 'done from sun to is too in his palatial home on the Knob coming. His thoughtfulness is highly colds and bronchial troubles. At your effort world. feller foundation is announced. industrious for this world. Lick pike. druggist, 25c. appreciated. poul-tryman. Ma-sonic THE FARMERS OF THE COUNTRY URGENT NEED FOR POULTRY ARE IN COMPLETE CONTROL The President's late proclamation, OF THE SITUATION in which ho urges redoubled efforts in the production of food products, This year and next will be the bigseems to be a direct call to the gest the farmers have over had. Heretofore the farmers have been at Probably never before has there the mercy of the speculator. Today been such an opportunity. The food the farmer is in complete control. supply of the world is short, and it One and only one danger threatis up to the people of this country ens him. It is the danger of scarce to supply not only our own needs and high money. High money will but food in enormous quantities to not hurt. He can stand high money. European countries. His profits are large. His danger is Whoever engages actively and scarce money and no money. Our heartily in increasing the food sup- first duty is to our country. Our govply stands to reap large profits on ernment must be financed. The peohis labor. More than this, he is en- ple should and will do it. The money gaged in a genuine act of patriotism, loaned to the Government, whether just as truly as if he enlisted in the by purchase of bonds or certificates, Army or Navy. is dithdrawn for the present at least the meat from the available cash to be loaned Food, and particularly products, must be produced prompt- to other people, including, of course, ly. Here the poultryman has a great farmers. advantage because, of all the meat Last week call money in Wall products, poultry can be produced Street jumped to C per cent, more than double the rate in April and most quickly and cheaply. The American Poultry Associa- nearly four times the rate in Febrution, taking the lead in this patriotic ary 1916. y Mark my prediction Before duty, has sent out an appeal to and farmers everywhere, ask1st, 1918, the farmers of the ing that an extra hundred million country will be scrambling for money pounds of poultry be produced this on any terms. In view of all this, we are making year. It should appeal to all town peo- farm loans on the same liberal terms ple as well as country people every- ns heretofore; no increase, no body who can raise even a few chick- changes. But nobody knows what tomorrow may bring forth. Today is ens. Quick production is what is want- the only day we can promise. No fed. Small broilers can be produced inancial concern is making promises in six weeks, large broilers in twelve for any other day than today. If the weeks, layers and roosters in from money you owe now is soon due and it takes all your this year's surplus to four to eight months. Town people will be well reward- pay your debt, what are you going to ed for the pains they take. A dozen do to start next year's crop with; liens can be kept in the back yard. buy stock and run your farm? Are A cheap shelter can be quickly built you sure that money will be plentiful thousands of town people use next year, or the next or for years nothing better than a piano box. to come? Are you sure you can borScraps from the table, lawn clippings row from your neighbor, or your and garden waste will go far to- bank at a low rate of interest, on ward supplying the feed. The eggs easy terms, on long time? Two of will be a big item in keeping down the Insurance Companies have althe high cost of living in your own ready withdrawn from the loan field, family. Don't kill a laying hen, but until after the War; others may folmarket the surplus males after the low. hatching season. If you need money to pay off your Many poultrymen are this year lien notes, if you need money to opmaking a point of prolonging the erate your farm, if you are in debt, hatching season. The president of or if you want to buy more land, American Poultry Association urges and want money on easy terms with that hatching be continued all May attractive payments, protecting you and June and also during July in a against war prices or depressions in large part of the country. "Let the the money market, I would like to hen do her part. Fill up the incuba- talk to you? It costs you nothing to tors. Keep them going through May investigate. Call and see me, drop and June. The results will be worth me a line, or telephone me. while. Let us be prepared to conBURT L. SIMS, sume every bit of table and kitchen District Manager, Loan Depart scraps and make them a source of ment Union Central Life Insurance Company, 802 Security Trust Bldg., profit." Lexington, Kentucky. 2 poul-trym- en Jan-uarGO-- :rfMm i juBW. D.JWe&urn will CHURCHES nooMt yreK marcn sunuay 3o tT"" 'i -- MM. court-hous- ia;!c. L. llo' to-b- e THE LATEST WAR NEWS Daily the situation in Russia seems to grow brighter. Advices from say that the Congress of Soldiers' nnd Workmen's Delegates has voted confidence in the provisional government, while at Washington Special Ambassador Bakhmeticff declared that Russia would war to the end with German autocracy. Only through victory, he declared, could a world peace and the fruits of the Russian revolution be secured. Near Lens, the Canadians, in an assault on n position held by the Germans which was barring the way to the coal city routed out the defenders nnd captured the trenches and incorporated them into the British lines. The Germans in vicious attacks endeavored to regain the lost terrain but were beaten off. In Greece steps are being taken to rid the country of German propagandists. Thirty-on- e of them, including former Premiers and other Ministers nnd officers of the Greek general staff and the reservists have been ordered expelled from the country, while others will be placed under surveillance. The weekly report of losses to British shipping sunk by submarines shows an increase over the reports of the past six weeks in tonnage destroyed. The latest figures, 27 vessels of over 1.G00 tons and five under 1,000 tons, place the losses in the first category higher, except during the weeks ending April 21 and April 28, than during any similar periods since Grmany's intensified submarine campaign began. During the latter weeks forty and thirty-eigrespectively, merchantmen, were sent to the bottom. Arthur J. Balfour in explaining the result achieved by the British mission to the United States declared that he was certain that America having put the hand to the plow would never turn back. He also said a bond had been formed between the two nations that would never break. Pet-rogr- ad ALL IN READINESS FOR MASONIC CELEBRATION All roads will lead to Crab Orchard Saturday and if the weather is nnything like good, nil of them will be full of people going to the Celebration. It is expected that at least 5,000 people will be present, but in order that all may be cared for in the event the crowd exceeds that number Caterer Jesse C. Lynn has made preparations to feed The big kettles belonging to Gus Jaubert, of Lexington, havo been secured to make burgoo in nnd tonight fires will be started under those kettles containing 1,000 gallons of the rich juice. Over 3,000 pounds of beef has been received for burgoo and barbecued meats, while chickens and other "ingredients" for burgoo, which is exclusively a Kentucky dish, have been laid in in big installments. Two barrels of tomatoes will be required to season the burgoo, while bread to eat with it has been ordered by the thousands of lonves. The "eats" will bo a great feature of a great day. The dinner will be served under the big shade trees back of the Springs and a table something like a quarter of a mile long has been arranged. Smittie's Military Band, of thirty-fiv-e pieces, admittedly the best band in Cincinnati, will bo the official band of the day, but there will be 0. ht g, 5, foot-hol- d - single-handedl- y h second-hande- d non-gripi- te Pine-Tar-Hon- ey nerve-pain- 100-foe. ot over-exerci- se court-hous- Pe-le- Pine-Tar-Hon- ey sub-toda- Courier-Journa- l. - jg.v Page Two The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, June 22, 1917 All!" (17ay;llr' PZuiiJi ' List of Persons Who Are Registered in Lincoln County I DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER The London Times nlonc has raised $33,000,000 for the Red MrOiiffey, William Kit. Sims, Claudo 1 A Cross. rrals, Allen Maillunn dill. Meail Singleton, Denny warnl (Inrner, Hoy trvin, 1M Carpenter, WomW linrn Mcilp L. & N. officers and employes in Htntom, John Krnrst iMiduffe, Kellpy dirndl, .Inmt'K Irvin, Henry Amlrrwn. Itanlrl lnt Carpenter, llerlurt MedulTpj, Jim Spanslcr. Hcrrlinl dnen .lnme Knsnianii Louisville took Liberty bonds Cralit J nt U Smith, Kilnar Mcduffe, William dantlneui. 'lmrli Cnli, .Inlin AiUtn. liiirncy Wlieiler MdtntTey, Preil L. Carl Smith, Vartiey (I iMilnm, Umwinl I. in .Tours. nmountiiiR to $G00,9B0. There were Crank. O. N' Tliiiinna Anderson Jnluif loiies, Samuel V Minis, Clarence P. mln Comlm, licnnard ilntns K.il Mnrln 1111 5,817 individuals oubscriptions. lacnhs, Je( Smith, Herman Vohn, Paul l.crn Andrrsnn, Allxtt Dari Clieliaiilt, Willie Hen drilHn. .Inlm II lamps. Ira Skldmore, Fred N'olan, William driflln. The University of Kentucky has Walker son V. ninnil litis Intief, James Schmitt, Charles Ilrlflln. HnrM) Ma unit Cnlclwell. Alfnnl. KUn Vuntiillej, j'.ilille Itlce Startler, Thomas bought the Judge Mulligan home in Wallart' Tnl lefsp, Paul dorer. CiMell, Marlon Wll liott Anderson, Ivor Smock, Hicks Tohnmii, Worth N'.irrls, .Tnki' kemnn Lexington for $40,000. It is one of Mn 1). Ailimv Singleton, Alonrn lenklns, .1. Harvey Vavlor, Charles CnMwell. Tully llarrrt dill, .lames AnUrHin. Ilrnrjr .Tnlinson. I.oiran Skldmore, Charlie Vnrrls, Walter (IriiMis, Krnrst fcherthe most valuable pieces of real es CaMnill. Keliert Anderson, Irfco Schlappl, Albert Tnrninn. Caesar Jnines Napier. Waltir nil Wnlter Sinmk, Kd Alm. Krvln Tlinnns Cnrlls Hnrrl'iiii tate in the city. Vajlnr, Win Thomas Onmle, KiiBene Kmlle .Tohnsiin, Wesley Anderson, CurtK ('l)ile t Venlaml. William Jones, Daniel Jas Schmltr. William Morton lintel n. Hnrt) (lh Ciinnlnelinin, AhAtwh, Kd German casualties so far amount Mhrshall Schnitrhr, Hugo V.ulaml, dooile, Marlon Pry Cmk, William .fre Anderson, I dire Schlappl, Alfnrd .liilinmn, Atulrpw Chlstoiihr UiTells, tUiirKe Wool' to 4,350,700. During May 22,000 Cny, .Inlm Henry Awlerwn, Olmido .Tolinsoti,. Cjrus N'lrhols, John Shprmnn Hlncl. ton, John fork Clntnller, .ld Asehb.cl.rr, Mar Stephens, Conley II. soldiers were killed or died of Vewlaml. How aril Howell, Wll Inmis, Cjrus dlvuis, .1. T. " Chamller. Alcnrti, liunes W. .Tainis, Herthn I.pp New I iml, John Maine Son ders, George. ltmn. Jr. wounds, 2G,502 were taken prison Cre, .limes Adltn, Uirlinnt Smith. Leslpy Naxe. Koiiis dhens, doorce Kwnlt .Tones, Kiln aril Alilrttlfff. Tlnil Morris Carrnll. WaOiliiEtnti Stickler, Krnest Tnlinsnn, Iiiithrr Jesse Viiniielle era, 02,394 were wounded, making a Collier, Tlmotliy Paul (IrMer. K.I Adams. Hum en l.oc Stet Ip. Fletcher latins, ,1psp Naif, John Collier, .lnmen Mehln dlHSrn, Hi Hurl Phil Tunes. John Thnma Alfnnl. Hitiry Suidldge, O Stewart total of 110,970. Up l'rank (Iiiiinee, William Mnr lones, linhert Oeorgo Orerstreet Oover .1. Cnlher, lnine Klnii-0, Anderson Hrnce lin Kepresentativos Adams, Charles II of coal mine .lnlinsnn, Dan Smith. Pokle T. Owsley, lsaae tun Atuhsrson, .Inhii Henrs ColTey, William II. Ivy Sprinkles, Arch i- lohnsnii, lliert Owlej, drulilis, .Inmes Colworkers in five counties in Western Coffey, Arthur r AnMin, .lusnii lasper, John Sutton, James Onks, Charli-Coffer, .tame Thnmi" in in Alfanl, Itnwnnl Kentucky, at n convention held at Smith, John Y. Jaikiinn, Marlon Spen- Ortks, ClnMl Coffey, Joe Iinn Hal Orlusliy, Portir 11 Smith, Vergil Jame cer Onks. Mlltnn doofh, John Dal Mndisonvillc, adopted n resolution linl ,Ti nnliiffs, Tlrtiht, Vile Hen P Oshnrn John Hamptnn Stewart, Harfty Jas. CiiminlnK, .Inn NMnn diimlir, Julius Tames P.lhert (iK. I nomas llroun, Satin. Charlie WJIIiiim, V .Ionian, calling upon the miners to strike Orlmes, Ciiinmlna. Jexo lllstinp, Samtiil It James. Jim Matem, 1 Her-liprr k rirt rT'g Tluid DfachJ Ifiii CASTORIA 'J i For Infants and Children. .M Jri -- L. Jt W& CASIORU! ALGOHOiJ-'ininSnN- Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria 36" c ; I ' u r; AYCyeitlu . M'" s. similntinUUicroonuj----- . nta. Always Bears the M CY ll" E- - "l- - X TtMnctlOn . Thereby liromouni, "v--- SignatureJT In ifLni hi.,,.. nniitm.Morpntncnui " Siler. A'irgil Singleton, Lceman Sims, Vier Sims, Kieritt Phillips, Cov Sweeney, Wallace T'TIii'iilintr r John 1II1 im A. Singleton, Arthur "ovnter ML Loni. Hnllej, Simuil " iiniiipton Cummins Seitz. Henrf L, vd Vnrma Il.nes, John Smith, Marion Henry Price. Om ir Lee nnf ml, Hicrlirs, denrce P. Shelton. Henry Mik. Saulley Flllllkllll Hopkins, F.ndl Smith. Foster " i' ton , Frank Ledfnnl llrark Karris, John P. miin-inSallee Da Simpson, Oscar Lnnib. 1! Ilolunn, I!ilh C. Spruntz, Harvey d l. nrh, Hniry Holm in, Kobeit Steiilienson. Jortlon "rkin, Obie Djp '..Mill. Fdnion Holtretaw. Hoa nl Stami, Oatley I'm ton Thomas I.eni h, rlhiir Hi nth, William Smith, llenjamin II. Marlon T.eadi, William Hunt, Fni7iir Good Lmuis, CI Hide Phillips. Ilaiieh- - Smith, Oliver win Sims, Mack 111s 11 I.M.Ilf, Georce Chris Hovknis, Charley Phillips. Thomas M. Sims. Charier 111 in, Jr Hurt, Charlie D. Suns, Oscar 'oils. Karl H. Lewis, Orar Hiiiris, Itirliinl Sims, Clarence Perkins, Harry Lee Lo:an Herbert llolmliiw, Kilirir Pepples, Kiehard Klnir Sims, Oliie I. iv, John Hansford Ilonnnl. Josiph Pennincton, Hubert II. Sims. Claud Loach, Walter llunn, Ji sse, Jr. Singleton. Oliver T.nvi I. ss. John Hubert Peiinineton, Samuel Hilton, James Stull, John Phillips, Frank P. Ilorton, Allen Varnon Lone, Sam T. Purdom, Thomas I,u Spratl, Otis Marlofe , I ester, William Fin Holtzclaw. Homier Sailor, John Henry ther Hiimphrij, Lucius ley Skiles, Howard Gnle Powell, Jake llnrlnnaii. James Dnier, M deorce Su- - Cass Snow, Henrv Heinley, Henry Phellis. Fred plieuson How sun. Clan nee 01 Musttn, Hoi Gaines llilh-v- . Sweeney, A'irgil Powell, Gentry Hirliert l.ee Disteli. Ill mi in Morris, Charles is Hus Phin-ps- . Singleton, Million llrarkeit. Tolin Fdward Debline. Frul Hill. .Inst pli Wolf sell Singleton. Kite T'lullips Willie llurXe Clnrley Ittv Dellnnle. Chides Miracle, Johnnie Hubbaril Mill ml Smith, Kdgar ninnil Pei ton, Irvin Dennpy. Klb, rt Hubb.inl, Geo llunn Miller, Gionre I). Il'ijil Tames Alfnnl IVpples, Krnest Clif SeBrbrnugh, Mach Mc Denmn, Ivm M,ixp, John Austin liurki-tt- , Hovcne Mnelv ton (lard Diiniwa. Troy Tra-- ; Hill John Miller Murphy, .Inhn Hester, Vireil Wll Skldmore, Willis, G. P. tier 7ii r llnm be insured by owners of the ships Ilunibii. Henrv String! r. John Harnett, fjennre Itrent Dishon, T.fslip llansfoiil, William Mers, William Bert' Reed. . Allen llmwiiins. I'.tlid ltupb-iDi. KMritt for from $1,500 to $5,000 against Hubert K. I.ce Scott. Walter Will Geonre ram Smith, John Hark. .Inlm Mirtin Djp. Charlev Hussdl, Gen K. Hale, William Lewis M ers, I.ucian Smith. Walter O death, maiming or capture. Regulallurkett, AshLy Stew Dre. William Honr. William C. Moore, G i ni .:. P. Harrison, Andrew Spongier, Ollie Wade D111111, Purine art. T'atchn mini, deorse Moms, DimiI llriles Spnonamore, John Zac-aria- tion governing the operation of the Iliirinn. Joseph Hinrv Dixon, Kli Heed, Gen. D .loliii Carlisle Harris, Janus Aiuler-iMterlllain. John D mclierty. Charlie new seamen's insurance division of Houieii, Jo'i ph James! son iMilIei. Walter Sinebtnn, Andv Hnyil. Binjamin II ir Kit h ml Uobinsnn, illiam 'Minor,, William Hubble. Frank Steinbirger, James C. the rison War Risk Insurance Bureau Dunn, rimer llrnwn illevtir. William Hnrcli Mai tin, Piny Itichmls, Fred lli.tirtie. Oenro Tr.ii Dims, Tiium is Frank Kitclirt, Xtal T were issued by Secretary McAdoo. ill. .111.. Willie Malta, Clav lor Int. Hiee Fiisene Foster Hudson, Lewis Mai Inw Walter Teils, Henrv Llovd Tlrisht. Morrison Dunn. William Hnss, Robert Ilopsnn. Harey Marking the site at Valley Forge, Mnade. Andv Thurntnii. Jas Thos. Diehnusp, Ktl Illanki. Herrin.' ob. rts, Charley Harris, l.utlur Maitin, Call 111 Tinker. Louis llrlpht Ttnmini. Plulp Dims, Henrv 0. Pa., of the encampment of WashinglEankm, Claretup Lee Tipvcott. Wm C Haircaid. Hussdl Gen Maitl-i- , John Win. jiurnanan. nine uii vi1 Diihnn, I.eMie Itiuei. Geo Ilrniiaiich: Thomas. Kster Lee try Mai tin, Charb y ton and his army during the winter lam! Dilliun. W twnoil (iliMns, Wm rlliur Tittle. George Minnie, Guier Hevtir. CI Hide Uauslierty, Janus Tlrliht. Frank Honk-in- , Hobt I.lnil-i- u a memorial links, .Inhn I.uuis Cm ley Km arch, for of 1777-7- 8, Mnbbi, Ttrrdl, Tit Hen Hi nrj Illaine, .laienl K.iPkiu, Jonathan Da I'ruHi. Kdcar II mett I.Min Ilnney Iliiks, Jlinrir Lie ltrizht. Hoini r TIollIUS, denrire lid Miiitln Triln Thoninson. Jns Lamar which Congress appropriated $125,llrnwn Karl Dauelurti (Tareme Ttei nobis, Chirenpp Iiij briar. Hiirviv Hajes. W. Pi tins Turdif, Wm DeDier 000. was presented to the State by O Hum. 111 llonne. Tharles W. Hnwsuii, Simon W'.l Misur, Ad nil Peiico Itinikiii. John Wtsb-Tailor. Sliluei Divis, Clay Pern llmiah. Miia Hobliison, Marshall Taikingtoii, Julius Da Champ Clark, Speaker of the House ham Moser. Cue llniuii Deiker, .Klines Hnrri ltnone. JaniHH It Murplii, Win, Good lllllilley Hairis. Mdvin ns Hill Hnrton. William 0. Hnnev, Lojan llojiie, Giurife Ilriiev knieht Thompson, llerlurt Kv- - of Representatives, on behalf of the DtniHj. Churlio Ilerrv, I. ..in. S HiehniiWin, Jas. Roll. 11.lt Hiindlej. William MiiMIitoii. Thnmas Hastnn Willi,. T. K Government. More than a hundred Ileum, .1 lines G. Maiiiiin?. Waltir Leo lthoiles, Armp Hi nail T'nnev, Lie Withrow 'ubankfc. 1) C llallard Kenler Senators and Congressmen attended Il.ll. in. Mndnm Martin, Wllham Owui dus lor, Jonas I'awin, limine. Charier rihle P. Hobbins, Charb s Clan '1 lionias, John Hunt, William Miirrdl. dranillle I'stes. Virtil hiuiI llaueh exercises. Iliimber, Willi mi Mm l.ll. Diniel Tunbtrlake, Karl the Heiike. Willmui Kle. Samuel Held, deorje Thomas Douglas H.'imiv Ilumbir. Moii'an, Milton Cl.ul Klllolt, Alb.lt Halliird .lolin W. Any drink containing alcohol was Hout Calep Hansford I.tnnaidl Martin Itnlart Thornton. G10 Marlon Prima, Simon lltirlmi.n Talhert Uobinsnn Georpp d 1 11 "Manii.l Oscar Lee Tailor. James Departdefined by the Post-offic- e K ins. Allen Hay llallej Clau.le Ha'iies, Rnbt Mnrjan Trimble, Harry Hilton, Wlllard l.liln Maniiil, .Inlm linker. Willie i:ml.r, Sunuel Jack Him is. William X. ment as intoxicating liquor within Kiil'iinn, Georee W, Mninins, L V Tinner. Vireil m in Harlow. Inhn Hlley Ttniiibu, Cliience Tunis Tin 111 r. Willie meaning of the, law forbidding mail HeniKt ;tep 8hdh fluid v. Wesley Dunn Huffman. Daiid Van-De- llallllllli; Hllbelt Dale Mniiti'iiiner), William Haiboru, John Harris Thoinpson, Ilr.iee Da Itiley Aus Itiillniin, llmle, CUrenre ('ami l.ilHunln, Hout. Jne Will er WhUl.i ing of liquor advertisements into dry vid tin .Ir Heinnlil. Man fold Hackley, Man t Milner Mltldltton. .1. M. Thiirnian. Frank Kmliry. Ow slev Tlrent. K.lhlirn Hei nobis, John Mucker, Chniley Tudor. Thurman Kin- - territory after July 1. Methyl, wood Knls, Carter Willhm HiilTiinn, Helbirt llauth, Oalneii C. Huberts, V.r.'il Maliud. Hilt milrd Khler. (iirfleM MaHers llllllitt, Joe Hutler Pi re and denatured alcohol are excepted. Huberts. Hud Turker, Sam D. mils l'blwanls, Curtis Oneal H1I111, William Miller Allium I, Jay llrnwn Vrihur W Clove-lanRemolds, Fred Maitin, Leonard Histii. Gnu r loomlis, Lawrinte The department ruled also that the liulirj, Pen I Itrent. R.iliert K. Hounti nberi: Tsaae Maitin, Van I.oy Trice, Giorge Fhlei, Waltir S ll.stle. lns.pl, T prohibition against advertisements Riiherfonl Llndsa) Tj ''"anntr. Ray Coffey Metsei. Iltnry lam, Charles Prank Hill, Charlev, Jr r. 1 111! Ilmlletl Thniilui. Hill, lb 11 Spaldins Montemnnry, Cornelius Koiierts, Lveritt Til.. John M Hell. applies to liquor for scientific, sacraKr.U I. ins. .11. Montie IN. Hi Im, Garni It Gilzs Mm tin Hiirrison Trimble, Claude Pilunnls. Chris llunn Frneit H 1(. ml. 'li. Jnines M. l'.i Muneev, Levi Thompson, Jas. Frnnk- - mental, medicinal and mechanical I'mirj. mlreu' Jlmin rteurte V M isters, Slielburn Hm kit. ("hades, Jr. II Hon land. A'lr-- ll liu It, KilriiiKtnn, l.afe Tlieeillovf Jam. purposes. Row I mil. Willie II. Im, William Miilllns. Fd Todd, Kverelt Kstes, K next llhnkeuhip, Wiliy Tteeies, Stanton IIllL-l- l Hi lm Ma, .Tolin Lewis Ta)lor, James, Jr. Kstes, Waltir liutler lames T. A force of from GO.OOO to 80,000 Rei Holds William Maecurd, Itiley llanlen, Li 11 F Tucker, Hobt L10 KstoK, IMwanl Hall, .lauu" J Riece Hassill Illllnli, Mink Oikbj Maniid, Hai mon Tlirimpsnn. Willie iiUbiukx, I.awienco 11m Hut. workmen will be required in the conWilliam IIiiKhes, .Inhn Finn- - Millard, Wurrin Kd Reynolds, Hoy Tinner. Clctni llrown. Tli.. man Hei nobis, (lenrse P 11 it struction of the sixteen great cantonTiiriiln. George irnr Howlm, Hairy Got- - Plorenie, Jesse Joseph Hall. Wall en Hit hards, llnv Miller, Joseph Terrv. Xoah C, In ti Rmiten, William I IiimI Iluuson, .luims Mad ' uita". Charlie '"'ni lor, Aiclde Paxlon ments for the new national aimy, l.utlur Hruner, William Itoh I'lovil. llouten, Ira " Mid, Grant Tucker, James Horaie rultoii son according to figures furnished by the it. Halt,, Chas. Franklin Miller, Klmer Antoiie Redd, James T. Timkerslev Iraueis, F.mnutt John Cort C Roiitep O'nintiuu (Mult 111 lIuL'hoK. James Maitin. Jesse War Department. Some idea of the Todd, Anthniiey "laner, Coffey, Toeestes. Vireil Mil MesM r, Arthur Wash Hevnolds, Ilurlni;, Ilrlj'it I'lariir. Hiisuii W magnitude of the projects may be ton r.m Sh.lby Collier. Uuliert Inirlim I'u his, Flam is Marion Hubble, M'nlN. Jim W Pes nobis Virden r Km Ms, Martin, Jesse Cnffey. Kl Wesley .Inhn gained from the estimates, which M'arfltld Tames jr. Houieii, I.lovd Uulibaril, JeiiMt T Messi r, I.eil Hubble Cummins Thnmia I'l.ij.l, .Inhn Walls, Willie Rohliisoii. Ostar L ll.iliii, Levis l'ltlltt Misstr, Chin lie P. show that 394 miles of insulated Thorn ia Cnrtainev Klliin. V,inulll . Christopher Rieip John Waklilne' "'ells. Jack Messer, Hnilitt, Thuii-iCotfwau. William Hob Fuley, Hay wire, 40,uuo Kegs ot nans, o.uuu ton Vnrniv li HaHj, llen IV. lin ert Flint. Krnest M. Walls, Gordon Roberts Ira Moore, William Lee Cannon, lames Illl..ll, In 'oil Kiarier, Oscar 30,000 showll'i'.le), Clnirle 7iyl-- r barrels of cement and Remolds. Klerett Morris, John Mux Carter .Inhn J. Frei man, .losipli An Hast), Jaik Ross, All'lenntniu I'Mllanis. Venn's er bath heads are to be used. Mainline, ''ceil Lee lla)s. lamet .Timi1i h. Carrier ilersun W'ren, I've Robirts Llojd Mot can. Alia Jacob (Nrritr. F.Mel Pisher, Samui'l Haucli Hurris, llarr "Meh. Sidney Hollar, William M Maitin, Woodson, Thus Remolds, Corbelt Currier, KVIIm' hi 111 r Wlllliipis. Fieri t V MiinnliiL'. GeorKt' l.v Roberts, Hai Lunuln I). Cannon I'armir, .Inhn Henry Hail. Wilson, Dee Rei nobis. Will Wheeldon, Mutlity Hoi Wills. Olles M. Hollei. Willium W. Carrier, Imuran V Ftemliur. Oear ir.tt Wilson, John Wclntjes. Frank ene Messer. Ilariey Wm, Rati 1111. Glenn lliituihl. James M. CurlU Bsnlainlii T I'rniikliu. William Wih hi r. Forest l.ee Joseph W'ells. Hetd, Klmer Wren. Ilet h r Moruuli, 'I lien CaMtiUU. Krnekt Ho ruiilkuir, Willium V Hiittield. .lames L Walls, John W. Itei nobis, Hirbert Wv. U.ley, Lewis Wrllaro Welth. A. ft. linn Fuiilkiur, Wallace K Hopkins, Itubtrt Hur ViCurllllUk, Heed Y Hariev cllft MiCiirmaik, Wallace Williams, Dai id Sbcr Wall. CUrkson. denrgo Ha) 1,11 Arthur Yocum, Uuiuli, Jr. Wilkinson, man Km Roberts. Hansom .Inhn MiClure, William, A. llndire Case Jasner Poster. C llas Young, Oleeli Iteuiolds, Wallace Williams Wllham liny Franklin mans Ilutdiisoii, Josiph Cnwau. Hartfonl Pir- - Farmer, Alfn.l Young. Willie O. Wilson, Ambrose MiKilinev, Wm Julius " iisou, aase anion ry Fanner, Harvey Walk llodu'e. Josiph J. Young, Gruuilth) Ware, Hoy Miller Wallln, Frnest Hnivland, ShuiihI Mi Klfresli Wuller Hun ill, Isom. P. Cowan Waller nu'. ir I, Mathew Port Ileniiii. Kmil tto Wude, Kddle 'ebb. Lylt S MiCorniaik, Isaac Ft mi CwiJMT, Robert Yum", Hard'.n West Horry Steiilienson, McAfee, (liltin llussell Whe.ler. 1'eiilwn "upkliis, deorce IIIUIl CiMr lamea Cook Yotug, lumes V. V. Wllkop. John White. Robert John llilllon MiCuriuaik, Thouias Chaueellor Pii'lil. William Henr) Huriuss, Kmnnt Y..II1K, Wlllio O. "Sims, Henrv White, Willium 0. M'oltrs. Cldl ShltliU Hunkilis, Jnseph I'rinela, Whit Crimubnrn Willium Yung, Frel K. Walls, Harlan Willis, Win Homer Walls, Trvin Miduffey. Mnnlcy Killey Hollei. William Fruiii is, Jin Currier. Harlan Yi u'l. Joe Kst'll Wilson, Chester Ware, Walter Miller Stewart. Anderson McCnrinuck. Hopkins, Oilier CiiN.y. Joan Mdlvaln ninui Young, Ktldie Harlan Wilson, Culiert Simpson. Ki erhart Wall. Oilier Kiibans Hopkins, .lames Cunclwj, A rile JilTir Klod. Jesse Mike Young, Charley Fred Waldin, Wall. Irn lull, .lumes M. McAfie, Jiiinea Cllftnn Simpson, Lee Fur.ner, Jesse Conk win Yantrk, Walter Wullaci', Nutio Williams N,nl,c Mt Cull, I.o.'un, Thump Simpson, lloney llunn, A II. Firrill. John Itiley Ciwkrr. Charley Yuger, William wiUon. Curt Is . Sainpson, Itu.imnnd, Wall. Fdgar son Ilorton, Cruls Fox. Willium Hue H Cluippell Wali-- r Wrutlierioru, I rruucii Yocum, Walter O Wull. HurrUon Mi Kerhilie, llnlia Lie .i.ie Holmes, Lester I'liniari, .lumes H. Clkwi. (In en Wuv YiKum, Thompi Allen Winifred Woolrldge. John III11II. t'liur'.'v Ci l!1 MiCuiuiuik, Wm, Ua Snmiisoii Cum Jen. Clion Calvin Fit Ids. Ihomui Van hook. Frank K. Williams. Ad Ilailey ivorley, .Ine Line H u wli-- ) , rr-"lid Cnker, Krnest trunk Fox, Xewdl HarVailei, Weutuerford, Iloyd Wilson. James Hill Mi Gill, W'illaln Henry Simtleton, Walter I, Hubble, Lo.-a- n Flalinry, Jessie Willie Chumbert. rison Davison Wade, Weddle,, Algar 0 Kiel. hi r. Arthur W. Harris, Kumuel Knj-lema- MtUormuik, l.ok'on Saiiiiison, Hobt Pitts Claiineh. Kvikt Vaudyke, Till S. Wood, Bam Vattoa Stepheuson, Steiiu Lo- Watklns. Hobt (1. CrnlK Fh Klier, Coy 0. Colliuuii, .laliiea VauUeveer, Luctcn gan Wilkinson. John Thoi. Withers, Robert McAllster. Georee CorTiiiuu Nathan Hue Faulkner, Luciun 0. Hnltitlnw, Hberlsv Vonaruenig iu, Itil.iu6 W'oods, Nelson Mi'Aiiintli, Jesse Clo)d Sharp, Harvev withers, Karl Porter Hill. Hutliawny Fuulkuer, H. II. hanan A. Woods, George Wilson, Claude Strutton. Juik Ilull'mun, Q'o. With- - llcMlllle, Vtrtfll 0 Wm. John Coiriuan VauWlnkle, James Wilder, Lee Watklni, Fred (Togg SindliUe, Huch MrMullen, Joe Inutou daiin, Silas kon. Vinson. Willie lien Wilmot. Jaa. John Wilkinson. Oscar MtCurry. Powell llunn. Hoice Colliiian. OlIlM James Gurilner. Alexander Vest, Oscar White, Hawk Wltcher. Will (ioocli. Kktill Ambrose McCurry. Jesae Jumel Steele, lioymond llolttiluw, Cline Veririt Jay See Venton Weaver, liorrison Wt-sleWllclier, Henry Skldmore. Albert II McKlnney, Heiinle (lourley, hrnest Cohen. Samuel Joo Vest, Kdgar Wren. Clove Steiilienson. Robert Wilcher. Leo McMulllns. Veruil Howard. Garfield Carney, Thouiai Ed (lourley, Gunialiel Wilson, Thoran A. Wllcher, Luclaii Sims. Willie Iloyd McCormack, .lame Hurris, Charlie flow li, Henry ward. Zwaliu, John F. I Singleton, WelU. Wm. Henry Wright, Kuie Juliu McWIierter, Floyd Iluiims, Cbarlei Green, Iluruiuu Orals, Glrent folk. Colemin, Tnrl Uoliert Colemiin, Siilonmn llnnrh. Ward l'r.uik llnrlesnn .Inlm Cnrlrr Coleman, Milt 11.. llrown. I'orMt Ortlmr Cimiin, I'n-Cnrmn, tlanrh. Brlht Caron, Karl Hartley. rvlle Ciron, William llarteson. KiilxTt Cirnn, Stinrt Ynn ltosstin Knj li lloele .lames Comptnn, Willhm Ollie llentf. Complnii. Tililftl Conk Itell. William John ltronanvh. Thnmiis H Carti r. I.olie llnlurt Carter, John lloone, Charles O. Carter, Harrv Hanlin Vshfnrd Hunch. .Inlm Gilmnre Carter. Carl A llnrtnn. Cnrtir. Oila Wilnn lliirtnn, niter (ay Cirter. Djc rllinr Hiir Carter, Te.prnon Dunn llnrtnn. Vi ilin Hnlmt Hricht (m-- i tin Keesoii Carter, llnrtnn, Cirter, i:intt Himli llalilnrl., S.i m Carter. Hay llrt.'lit. t.iieliis Cl-iCirtir, lumen Slrntlier I lliister, .win Cirter Hiram Tlinnm llHStin. Omnvillc 1 Hemielt tastier Kirl Deathrnlse. l'.u;enn ltusse. loseph Hm IMuanl Karl .lerrv liticliniinn, rii irles V Dunn, Walter Pcntt Oalev. Cieil llrniiauili. lteiilieii II Dunn, Chai ItUnki n)n. (leolTrey Durham Pari Karl lllantnii. Oliver Knhirt llnllard, M.isim llrjnnt Shdln Ilartel. Willi tin llenrj Tuiri:er, Prank .Tame llnone. larriire Jill Diuclierty, .las Pnw ton ell llrooks. .Times Diticlierty, John Pat Unit. Ivsn Dtin'iuu), John Tlinm llnrre. I.. Illilt as llenire, (lenrire A. Diuchertv, Willie llelrher Wilev Dais, Harney linker. Karl 0. Diis, James linker. .Tunic Diiicherty, A 11 cust llrnwn Eugene I. wis lli 0eur Daw sun. James Marlon llmwn. Vnrsll Deatlirnlce Henr llrown, Wjlttr Diirlnm, Karnest llrnwn Tnnm Dun iua. Charlie O llrnwn. 1'leas Durham, J, Mnntsom Ttmwn Morris ,ry lit II. Ed "urham. .Tolin V Ilrimn Willie Jars, ton llnti.n, Jamis U. llrown. fliarlej (irein D illnu, James llrnok. liars ey 'uililerar. William llrcnt. ! ! I'nnk eiitlirnlie, Clarence ISrouchlnn. Harry Diathrtiljie. Hubert llrnwn. Theopiltis Par Damr.in, Owin lap viiis Durham. Ainil P. lliirkett Mliert Duniway, William Ji lIlirli.innM I.indtev 1 sto lteajle nilltnn Leslie, Iennev, Janus Prank llrielit CaMn Then lin. jdiilns Dilliusham, William llinshinati, Charlie Flie Dan Dais, Weslev Iliutliman, Diini), dinnre Allen 11(11 I,n Diwsnn, Wllham Tlest. .Tames can. llaldn in, I,ice Allen Morris Dais, Herbert llrisrht. .Tolin Henry Davis. Simmie la wis ton. Uradshaw. .lop Tlistiu. .Imnrt lliinrer. .tiiliti Coulter, rthd llrnwn. Inson ll.in;h, Jiifiutliin Men Coleman, Thomn llrj-a- nll CoN man, llnrrl Areli Kilwnnl Wool dentry. Sam 11, Olli (Irei Jr dm n. .InhiiMin, l.ee 1 dnihlls, llerlurt Clive l.in.l daiMis. dnililip, tun piitlne Teiiklns, l.illtlvHI, Kinealil. Kellex, Thomas lhert Kol.ert K Val WPi. n,.le Owslix. .T. Owns, Artdia O.termanti Olln.li. 0ey. Wllham Thomas C I.ueiin William Stee J, iJt denrce f.ee .1h Clif Kii'sincer, "11 m llnirlsnn Kinealil. Unulley driihhs. rthiir V.ibl. Duilley Klibl, Jnsipll (IiiIiik, Oiorae b'lnir, Willi 1111 Henry dnoili, 1,111. urn d. Kill I. William (Inorh, William. S. S. Kins, Thomas doneh, John K. Kin- F.witt 11 dnoeli, Simuil It. Kidd. Arthur Pi-drilTin. Kilsnr Kiilil. Oih dill. Thnmis Kine, Jink drlllln. Aslifnrl rTiinr. ,1ns, oh Peltiis Cult, iivnii. rlliur Koontr. Hnrij llrielit derkej. WllLe Kbllnss, Hirbert Jolni (i.ilili. Knuiin Konnt. I.IomI dnens. pIciiMnt " Kins Doiiirlass dunih. I.I.i.mI Knuntr, Mainr Mark Oniblis, Foster ditTnnl. Plijah L diuhli, Aitnur Xuraiilj ove. Janus IIUOI II, Mirtin l.onir, Klmer, dnndi, Law rrtu T,ew Is, Chas. driflm, KJ Lewis, Klbert G. .1 1111. s dm st. Lamb, James Andy dnucii. Krnest T.usk, John dtleM, (In -i I.lisk. James drilhhs .In'us lluir, Isaao Ji u li l.usk, William C Lair. Haiil dnoch, Jack l.unsfonl Henry ;..... h, Huir Clay l.oian, Howard dnhle. Frail Net Lin ell, Woolfnrd dritlin. John I'lmile son dreeii. Calais Cyscss T.njrin, .Toieph dii n.. Jiitues Ita T.niran. Hubert luun Thomas Ib.rt divins., llanu' K Line. Arrh Gliss Lakes, erhart Lnnsr, KulKrt Moran druhhs Ituf'is .".01, in Lee. John C (iHlllllS. dalin Wedcy 1.0112. Francis Tlitir dnoth. llir.im I,le 111 in Lotus. Willie II Ln;an Can nia Lntrnn William T0'll Hnltzelaw. (). ir i I I.ikms. o' t Hnpkins, Aiiilri ' daihlls, lr William Krt;wnlil llrmller TuUly Dilil Jllfl'llll Imitier' pn, Snm'l ltus- - Phillips, Hi hi' P. lVce, Wm Dewnnl c Purvis. ilutt William Pr e. Hen 1 Ous I nior, jj, rv Tony Snlein, Sloiin, Shine, Sims, Sims, Sims, Charles, Aden George Kierttt William Isaac Tii ill1 M. Snitnev, Fount Sims, Walter Stamper, Grant Sims. Henry Gunn PadiMt, Oeiiip Sanders. Jasper Potter. Vane nidwcll Singh ton, Jas, Fred Smith, Arch ''rttltt. Chniley , noMilcn. Stanley Padrett. Inhn Pnntt Clarence Pruitt, Ollie Sins, Oscar Sims, Cicero Sims, Luther Arthur Pailutt Oliver Smith. Kd Stephenson, I'ripe H i lMnlYnli. Tolin T,,ljr, tt. Dilhrd Piimphre, Lonip l'ailzitt, I.Iumi Privett. Cloul I'nliiett. Milton t'ullinm. T'ailsitt. rier Sprntt, Jerry Mloli Swope, Alfred Sponnamnre. Walter Jai. Car- M. P.ukett. Saiididge Tlmllis Mad Ison Shelby. Tsaac Steele Statmn, Sam Chester Petre, Bradley Padiett Mitt Padtitt. Heuben Pelre P. tre. Thomas P nee, amuel iisants, Verner P 'rkins. Jack Plntzaik. Frank AIra Pnd.'ett Pla forth. Charley Verrie T'ndsett T'l Pidcitt Albert Pea.ints. CarlUlo deorce Ilradley Sanders, Rajmond Sinclttnn, llershall Snpenev. Fount Surber. Thos. Ilutler Sims, Honey Snow, Tom Sitver, Alfred Seever, Albert Snodgrass, John Singleton. Clinton Smith. Henry Peek. Hidiard Leslie P.m. William Pidiett. Fn d tisi Padiett, Keith Puisett All in Perrs, Leander C. Sanders, James Singh ton, Virgil K. Singleton, llluioril Smcli ton, Urbon Sinclttnn, Edward Sanders, Mclinls Patrick Sanders, Arthur singleton, Harrett rr. ''k' .b,rt the event the operators have not granted the minors' de mands by that date. In his charge to the Fayette coun ty grand jury, Ciicuit Judge Charles Kerr urged that body to make a thorough probe into the high cost of food and coal, and to inquire into prevalence of ildcness and loafing in the community with a view to find ing indictments against the guilty. Another American steamer, the Standard Oil tank, John D. Arch- bold, has been sunk by an enemy submarine. It is believed that four members of the crew were lost in the disaster, which occurred when the Archbold was two days out from France bound for the United States. Charging that Beach Hargis, of his father, Judge Hargis, of Breathitt county, has repeatedly vio lated the parole given him by the Prison Board, of which he is chairman, Daniel E O'Sullivan has written a letter to the present board rec ommending that Hargis be returned to the penitentiary . B. F. Choate, of Graves county, who maltreated Henry Campbell, whom he accused of intimacy with his wife, was given three years in the pen. Meeting Campbell in a lonely portion of the county road, Choate gave him the preference of death or submitting to an operation He chose the latter. The Glenmore Distilleries Com pany, of Daviess county, has increased its grain mash per day from 1,007 to l,G0O bushels, notwithstanding the high price and the threatened prohibitory tariff on grain, which is now in war tariff bill before Congree. Beginning on Friday the company will mash 2,500 bushels of grain per day. Officers and men on all merchant vessels plying between ports of the United States and the war zone must 3 in July .. . TZTTZ'.cA'ffllffllZtX JUlpeol Uliun-V JVlft Alx Senna jtoSellt Stilt Anlsrir"' fs'iirm JUnl fliinii'" Wier fjf ")!. - t I'GonsUmSUclDiarrya WW Mi Use For Over iKSs facsimile Sijnatare and O01 Thirty Years lJ Elmer pooled v3 li j. f '( rllJiiU'iwn CASTORIA tj TMC CINTSUSI Exact Copy of Wrapper. COMMNT. VOS1 CITV. boup;lit the Deathcrae;e county, wool of Madison about 5,000 pounds, at G8c. Mrs. Ab Stevens, of Ohio county, committed suicide by placing the muzzle of a shotgun to her head and pulling the trigger. She had attempted suicide several times before. She Ha, Hii. leaves a husband and several children. The little town of Kirkpatrick, Ind., was practically wiped out by a fire, caused when a train on the Clover Leaf railroad, containing seven cars loaded with oil, was wrecked in the center of the village and exploded. In the preferential election held by the business and professional men at Franklin to determine whether E. L. Gillespie or Charles Jackson should retire from the race for Mayor, 217 votes were polled, Gillespie winning by a majority of twenty- three. The actors' fund of America, with headquarters in New York, is to receive $500,000, and the Metropolitan Art Museum $1,000,000 from the estate of the late John Hoge, whose will was filed at Zanesville, 0. Hoge was a millionaire retired manufacturer who made his fortune in the manufacture of a popular soap. Hoge also left $1,000 each to the 31 ministers of his town. RECRUITING WEEK President Wilson has issued a proclamation designating the week 0 as recruiting week for of June the regular army and called upon unmarried men without dependents to enroll for war service in order that the ranks of the regulars might be filled promptly. 23-3- If Your Head Aches or your eyes hurt, you need your glasses changed. Save your eyesight. Dr. J. Turner will be here court days and Saturdays. Stanford, Ky. Phone 161. Sat- isfaction guaranteed. Dr. J. G. Carpenter Stanford, Kentucky. in Lincoln .County National Bank Building. Diseases of the eye, nose, throar. ear, Pelvic, Rectal and Skin. Eyes Scientificly tested and glasses rxilfully prescribed. CONSULTATION and SURGERY Office Genito-Urinary, R. M. NEWLAND Headquarters for Best FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE Phone 168 and 48. Stanford. Ky. Car-Loa- d Of fn WIRE FENCE Just Received KOKOMO, That Good Fence E. T. Pence, Jr., Stanford "''!, ......, line of McDougall Cabinets. Coal Oil Stoves and Refrig are just what you need on your porch for comfort and for durability. : : : Come and see our Fibre Chairs E;ilffimsBln Men erators. a Pence & Hill, Furniture STANFORD, KENTUCKY The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, June 22, 1917 MIDDLEBURG Mrs. W. C. Roberts came down to Middleburg last week to spend n week or two with her father nnd mother, Dr. and Mrs. Haney. Miss Ruby Lee Fogle went to Verbena, HI., to take n special teacher's course. Russell Hrown was here from Liberty Saturday advertising his insurance business. Mrs. C. C. Jones went to Huston-vill- e Among the virtues of Lydin E. Saturday to see her mother, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the ability to correct sterility in the Mrs. E. J. Godbey, who is in feeble cases of many women. This fact is health well established as evidenced by the following letter and hundreds of others o; pnuijuos uooq snq .fqpoo f the house for a week or more with we have published in these colums. Poplar Bluff, Mo. "I want other rheumntism. women to know what a blessing Lydia Our townsman, J. R. Cooper can E. Pinkham's Vege- lay churn to being the boss fisherCompound has table We man of this section. He landed n 22 been to mc. 2 pound cat n few days since. It had always vrantcd n baby in our homo was of the yellow cat variety and but I was in poor the largest that any one remembers health and not ablo havitiK been taken from the river to do my work. My mother and hus- here. N. C. Hicks cnught one of the band both urged me same ariety some five years ago to try Lydia E. Pink-ha- that weighed 10 pounds. ' ' s Vegetable We are beginning to think that Compound. I did ro. mv health im 1917 will go down into history as a proved mvl I ar.i r.3,v tho mother of a year without a summer. Overcoats fine baby pirl cr.:l C.i all my own houso were not the least burdensome Friwork." Mrs. Allia B. Timmons, 216 day and Saturday. Almond St., Poplar Bluff, Mo. In many other homes, onco childless, Re. C. D. Chick, pastor of the there are nor cH'''ren because of tho Baptist church seems determined that fact thct Lydia T. Pinkham's Vegetable the church shall be organized for Compound ir.r.'-rwcr.cn normal, work In addition to the W. M. U. healthy and stroii? Write to the Lydia T. rinkhnm Medi- and Sun Beam Band he has organizcine Co., I vnn, Maes., for advice it ed a H Y. P. U. Bro. Chick seems to will be confidential cr.d hcliful. be well up on pastoral work. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Moore went to Liberty Monday to do some shop SUNDAY CLOSES IN N. Y. Billy Sunday has, just closed in ping. W. T. Jasper went to Mintonville New York the greatest campaign in his remarkable career as an evange- Sunday. Mrs. Maude Farris, of Irvine, relist. He is credited with making 98,-26- 4 converts popularly known as turned to her home some days ago "trail-hittersafter spending a week with Mr. and On the final day persons "hit the trail." This was Mrs. J. C. Fogle on the Liberty pike. John Paul is nursing a broken colthe largest number recorded for one day. lar bone. A result of a fall he got Here's a feature of Sunday's New some days ago. Whooping cough is worrying some York campaign, which will appeal to many who say they do not like his of the little ones hereabout at presmethods for "winning souls." He is ent. It is anything but pleasing to going to divide the free-wi- ll offering see the little fellows go up against it. The warning we put out some of $114,000 made for his benefit between the American Red Cross and weeks since to candidates to make the Y. M. C. A. organizations which themselves scarce during the busy are working among soldiers and season, seems to have had the desired effect. Their visits to this town sailors during the war. Records at all other cites were have been few and far between and eclipsed in New York. Boston was when you do happen to meet one he the city where Sunday made his best seems to be ashamed or afraid to previous record. There they gave tell his business. By the way Bill him $54,000 and there were 48,903 Elmore is the grittiest democrat we have heard of for some time. He is s. His farewell service in New York a candidate for magistrate in Jenwas attended by n crowd estimated kins' district that has a republican majority of from 150 to 200. Bill at 24,000, who shouted "good-byes- " while Billy told them he did not want says he is going to beat "Big Foot" John Staton. to go. Page Three MT. MORIAH MOTHERHOOD Now is the Time to buy WOMAN'S JOY Women. Suggestions to Childless HUSTONVILLE pharmacy clerk nt Weddlc's Store, spent Sunday nt Somerset with his family. Mr. and Mrs. Lovell Steele hnvc moved to Harrodsburg, where Mr. Steele is cngnged in business. Mrs. Bettie Fowler, Mrs. Logan Hubble and J. H. Woods nnd family, of Stanford, attended the funeral of Mr. Dcnham, Mrs. M. M. Dunn Mondny. Warren Eubanks, of Lexington, Paris Green The Supply Is Short 1-- '4' m The MISSIONS Lincoln Pharmacy In a vigorous attack upon the administration control in the Senate, Senator Gore, Democrat, chairman of the Agricultural Committee, declared its strikes at the farmer, will cause losses to producers this year of 0 $250,000,000 in wheat and in corn, and result in famine next year through reduced production. $500,-000,00- was here Friday evening the guest of a lndy friend. Mrs. Josiah Bishop spent Sundny In Dnnville with her daughter, Mrs. Rufus Lipps. Miss Blanche Bnrnettc has returned from school at Bowling Green On Sunday evening Mrs. Tom five miles west of town, had a Mrs. J. D. Bnstin. Rev. Lewis Bowling gave a short, paralytic stroke, and her condition is regnrded ns being very serious. but interesting talk nt Mt Moriab Miss Beccher Newborn, who hns last Sundny afternoon. Miss Etta Dawes was the week been engaged in tho millinery business in Bradfordsville, hns returned end guest of her cousin, Mrs. W. J. Dunnway, of Stanford last week. for the summer. Mips Thelma Waters and brothor, & Riffe Williams have recently sold two six cylinder Buicks to Clarence, of Louisville, are visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. June Hocker and T. Carpenter.. S. P. Stngg, of Lexington, hns D. Warficld. A beautiful little girl has arrived been here the guest of relatives nnd at Fonzn Berry's and has been nnmis now at Elixir Springs. Miss Mnrie Floyd has been visiting ed Christine Berry. Both mothor nnd her sister, Mrs. Smith, near Harrods- daughter are doing nicely. Bo-ho- n, want to correct nn item in Mt. Morinh's last letter concerning the singing to he nt Fnir View July 1st. This singing is n county singing, instead of Prof. II. O. Young's ns the I. J read. Prof. II. O. Young's singing class will sing there that day, Prof. A. Hodge's class nnd others are expected to be there to help In singing on nnmed day. CIosscs from other counties nre cordially invited to come and join in with us In our singing nnd lets nil have a day of pleasure, long to be remembered. There will be free lunch served on the ground. Miss Willie Dunavent and brothor Bryee, of Ages, Harlan county, nru visiting their grandparents, Mr. and I 3 burg. Misses Sallie nnd Mary Back left Sundny for Bowling Green, where they will attend school. Mrs. Harry Nenl nnd little daughter, of Dade City, Fin., are spending the summer with her mother, Mrs. a Bettie Williams. Her sister, Miss Dunham returned with her after spending the winter in the south. Boyd Weatherford is here with Or-ph- Burton Spires' rhildrcn and Jas. Reed's children have the whooping TO THIS COUNTRY The coming of missions from various governments of the world to the United States constitutes one of H. W. Roach, an employe at the Coulter Disc plant, at Galesburg, 111., refused to salute the flag raising. He was given a free ride on a rail, then Former Senator E. E. Hogg, of the employes all took a kick at him Booneville, has entered the demo- and finally painted him green and primary in the 34th district yellow .from head to foot. cratic against Senator C. D. Arnett, who is The Red Cross needs you every seeking a man, woman and child to join today. the promising passages of the war's bleak record. The missions from England, France, Italy, Belgium and Japan, and our mission to Russia cannot fail to serve as ties of affinity if not affection between those peoples and our own. These high official representatives of the several governments will gather such impressions of the aims and purposes of this government as shall aid in bringing the war to an end and in making and enduring peace. If this is not a logical result of the visit of the delegations that have journeyed from afar to this country they will have been sent in vain. ." 7,-2- WHAT THEY FIGHT FOR "What's the difference between a Socialist and a plutocrat?" "There are many; but the leading one is that the former fights for his principle and the latter for his interest." Baltimore American. Mrs. John Hutchison's and granddaughter, of Covington, are visiting them for a few days. J. W. Young has been on the sick list, but is better at this writing, we are glad to say. Mrs. Larkin Vanhook, of Lancaster, is at the bedside of her mothrelatives. Mrs. Jessie Stagg and Miss Eliza- er, Mrs. Alfred Baugh, who conbeth Stagg, have returned to Stan- tinues quite ill, we are sorry to say. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kirkpatrick ford after a very pleasant stay with were pleasant callers of Mr. and relatives here. In her usual cordial manner Mrs. Mis. C. L. Dawes last Sunday afterSmith T. Powell entertained the Cur- noon. Miss Mary A. Boone spent Sunday rent Events Club Friday afternoon at her home on the Liberty pike. with her friend, Miss Ida Floyd of About twenty ladies were present Saufley. Quite a number of our youngsters and the hours were spent very Ices, cakes, strawberries went to Saufley Sunday night to hear Rev. Bowling preach. and mints were served. cough. Mr. and daughter PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS Surveying and Leveling Gra-Lectr- ic Light Plant Power See demonstra Ie trail-hitter- will give you S5 lights. Price $175. tion at Be sure your title is good. Let me survey your land purchase for you, Phone 188 and make certain. Will go anywhere W. K. Warner's Stanford, Ky. M. C. Newland, Stanford Livery and Auto Service Drummers' Wagons, Carriages and Buggies; Open Day and Night. mile. AUCTIONEER, LANCASTER, KY. Autos by trip or the Please Give us a You. Trial, We Will The high dollar at your sale all the Phone 5. H. H. Carter, Manager. time and at lowest price; sales Calls answered day or night. cried anywhere. CARTER & CARTER, Stanford. Ky. Phone 364A Lancaster at my expense CAPT. AM BOURNE J. M. REYNOLDS I am prepared to vaccinate for Anthrax, Black Leg, and all other oalion. WAYNESBURG. UNDERTAKER, tock diseases. PASS BILLION DOLLAR MARK We carry a large and complete stock JOHN COOK, Veterinarian, For the first time in American of Caskets, Robes etc at all times. Phone 204. Stanford, K. ; Phone: Farmers' line No. - history ordinary receipts of the Woodstock line No. Treasury have passed the billion Bus Between dollar mark in a fiscal year. The great sum has been anticipatDanville ed, however, in the plan for raising See B. L. FAGALY for Contracting Daily Except Sunday and Building of any sort Houses, Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) war revenues and it docs not niter the Administration plans for taxaBarns, Etc. Stanford, Kentucky. at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at tion as all the available money from 9:00 a. m. and 1:80 p. m. all sources will be needed. W. W. BURGIN Bundles and Packages Carried at Up to Wednesday the total was Low Charges DENTIST $1,015,381,817, as compared with O. L- - MINKS. Proorietor Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays $000,400,953 a year ago, an increase at Crab Orchard of approximately $355,000,000. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays Only Keeley The bulk of the huge increase is nt Stanford Office in Lincoln Bank Buiding due to increased income taxes and in earlier payments. A total of has been collected thus far T. W. PENNINGTON, For any information apply to this fiscal year. The next largest DENTIST item is from other internal revenue MRS. J. B. WILLIS Stanford, Ky. Myers House Flats totaling approximately $425,000,000 an increase of about $00,000,000 Phone: Office 240; Res. 165 Crab over last year. Customs receipts show a total J. B. PERKINS thus far of $217,578,408, an inDENTIST crease of approximately $14,200,-000- . Crescent sKL Lincoln Bank Building E2Hi Rooms STANFORD. KY. Phone 214 Heights (a OPTICAL PREPAREDNESS means to have your eyes tested, and Stock Plumbing, your glasses fitted by the Byrne Opand Repairing of all kinds. For any tical Service. J. J. Byrne, Optomework of this sort, see trist and Opticinn. Eighteen years experience. At the Kengarlan Hotel, D. A. Lancaster, Juno 25 to 30th. Stanford, Ky. Aberdeen-AnguIt Phone 254 -- VACCINATE ' don't want to go!" shouted "Let me have one last look." At the close a telegram from Gov. Whitman was read. It was: "The people of New York City and State recognize and appreciate this great service you have rendered." At the final service many hundreds were in tears and many women seized and kissed Sunday's hands. The plea for the free-wioffering, which will be used for the benefit of soldiers and sailors, was made by Jnmes G. Gerard, who was Ambassador to Germany, and who was given a great Billy. ll "I SAUFLEY The people of this community are very busy with their crops. Everything is looking fine. Rev. Bowling filled his regular appointment at Logan's Creek Saturnight, Sunday and Sunday day night. Mrs. J. N. Vanhook, of Maretburg, is visiting Mrs. J. M. Ware this OF INTEREST TO WOMEN The Young Women's Christian Association hns three quarters of a million members. The last census showed there were 5,900 barmaids in the metropolitan district of London. Elinor Glyn wrote her first successful novel to distract her thoughts during a serious illness. Miss Lynder H. Coleman is the first woman to be graduated from the college of medicine of Tulane University. Ruseling has Lillian graduated from the high school of Mcndovi, Wis., with a record of having never Thore is more Catarrh In this section ot the country than a!l other diseases put together, and for years It was supposed to be Incurable. Doctors prescribed local remedies, and by constantly railing to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Catarrh is a local disease, greatly influenced by constitutional conditions and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is a constitutional remedy, is taken Internally and acts thru the Blood on tho Mucous Surfaces of the System. One Hundred Dollars Is offered for any case that Hall's falls to cure. Send for Catarrh Jtedl-in- e circulars and testimonials. I J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 73c. Hall's Family Tills for constipation. CONTRACTING Auto and Stanford The Institute Kentucky $291,-906,28- 7 Orchard, Kentucky 28-2- 9, Tinning iFm Duroc-Jeney i This is shown in so many 1111 S. Floyd St., Louisville, pale faces, lean todies, frequent colds, Ky., by July 15, is one dollar. By all .urn juck oi munition. I'or nil such children we say with means do not fail to attend KnvaKy., July unmistakable earnestness: They need naugh Camp, Crestwood, Scott's IJmulsiou, and need it now. It 0, 1917. possesses in concentrated form the very f'iod elements to enrich their blood. It The Bourbon grand iurv was in ili.mges weakness to strength; it makes ession only one day. Thirteen them sturdy mid strong. No alcohol. ' Those who have carefully investibeen absent or tardy during her en- gated the quantity of straw wasted by the farmers of the United States tire school career of 12 years. The new Military Med.il, orginal-'- y claim that $65,000,000 worth of it is , '' burned each year. instituted fo- - HiJtish sionc-.- l officers nil men as a reward for distinguished bravery in battle, week. is now conferred upon nurses and Miss Mary Anna Boone was the other women who have shown con-- 1 guest of Miss Ida Floyd Sunday. .nintlnil. JIA.IHnnA n r aaaI... r. ....!.. ' YOUR TIRES I Miss Effie Ware has returned fire. home from Richmond, where she has been attending the Normal. KAVANAUGH CAMP EXPENSES There were several from this part The Knvanaugh Conference Camp, of the community who attended the to be held July 6, under We vulcanize your automobile singing at Fair View. the direction of the Missionary So-tires, as well as HALF SOLE them Mr. and Mrs. Walter McGuffey and cieties of the M. E. C. S. of the Louchildren were the guests of Mr. and isville and Kentucky Conferences! with the famous GATES HALF SOLES. A tire that is seemingMrs. M. C. Floyd a few days ago. will be one of the best places for one ly useless to you can be Master Russell Martin, of Somer- to spend a vacation or a week of or HALF SOLED so set, is visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W. camp life. Besides opportunities of as to get you 5,000 to 10,000 I.ovell. rest and recreation, one can get inmiles out of your old tire. There will be a county singing struction in Bible study. Mission contest July 1. Everybody is invited. study, Technical instruction, nnd We are prepared to vulcanize Mr. John Lewis is on the sick list, First Aid instruction, nnd inspira- with the latest model STEAM we are sorry to say. tion. One of the happiest features of VULCANIZER, so if you have an the camp life is the social. Here one old tire that you want made into a new one, try us. We will treat NOT ENOUGH CHILDREN can meet and make friends with people from all over the State. All of you right. ever receive the proper balance of food this costs only $0.75 for baord and to sufficiently nourish both body anil The registration fee, which brain during the growing period when room. nature's demands are greater than in must be sent to Miss Helen McCand-lesnuu-cpmm- is M HAVE VULCANIZED! 1 VUL-CANIZE- :::::::: s, mature life. International Rubber Sales Company DANVILLE, KY. Or See COE MOSER, Stanford, Ky. o& non-tie- . jsloouifield. N. J. were returned. Farm JfeCl The Smith Flyer Costs less than a horse. In the reach of all who want to ride. It you're in a hurry buy a Smith Flyer. Note the price only PARSONS s Cattle Southdown Sheep, Hogs Tho best bloodlines is represented in South End each of these famous breeds. High-clacan have all ailments of their horses, individuals for sale at all times. cattle and other live stock promptly E. V. CARSON R. F. D. No. 5 and expertly attended by Stanford, Kentucky DR. H. A. PICKETT King's Mountain, Ky. Veterinarian, Farmers ss Preliminary work of organizing the housewives into a great food conservation army was started by Herbert C. Hoover. Plans to enlist tho aid of summer schools in teaching household economics were announced. Midcret Marvel Mill! Corn and Feed Mill; Oil engine; mm uunuing, Z4x3u, three get you highest prices for your floors: engine room. 16x22: all in I can land, stock, crops or household goods. good running order; closo to railroad and good business. Apply to Sales Cried Anywhe-- i THE WAYNESBURG MILLING CO. JOHN 1. DINWIDD1E, Mor.Uad. Waynesburg, Ky. el For Sale Flour Mill AUCTIONEERING aims of all the nations involved, treatv with her nllioa uniting ihn win ac- Russia desires n new international M. cording to member. Tseretelli, Cabinet Call On or Address Price of steel for Vii trront mnr. chant fleet to be built in this country wus' cut irom $yo to $ou by the steel mills of the country. W. J. Risk, Agent McKINNEY, KY. $135.00 Page Four MZzZz The Interior Journal, jStHnjfcjrjd,, KentuqJcxtFjriday, Junes22,J.?l,7' - - & The Interior Joanml E. C. Walton and J. H. Wright Krttrti at th$ Mark Sullivan, .writing in Collier's Weekly, sayat are three men in Congress who arc of preeminent , r- Twice Once totiefiot at Stanford, ty., at Louisville, John J. Fitzgerald, of twond clan matt matitrj at Brooklyn, and Irvine L. Lcnroot, of Subscription Rates Wisconsin. If Congress were entireBoth litnts s wffk, prr yrr........J..$l.llO ly composed of men of the stature Twice ft wf(k, for 8 monthtu...,, 1.00 .78 of these three, this would be a wonTwice ft week, for 6 month......... ft ability. They arc Swagcr Shcrlcy, of Keep Cool! Ou II straw nais ' - I r to all: Subxcrlptloni re ttopi when time for which It Is pftld. Is op wwk, for 8 week, either lirae, per monlh....... yeftr.... ,40 77&- - l.Off 1 fffBK BUY A LIBERTY BOND in YOU The Interior Jonrnal Is aathorlsed to the following candidates for office sub-Vto the Democratic primary the flrrt Sat-nrdIn Anirnit, 1017. (Annooneeaient fee for each county office Is fio; for district office, $15; for city or maftlrterUl office $8. No announcement will be made until fe,ls paid In adrance.) Political Announcements. JpBHffilWHEN For State Senator JAY W. HARLAN H. CLAY KAUFFMAN J. R. MOUNT. JiSraKSF8 BUY A U.S. LIBERTY LOAN BOND Liberty it the foundation of our United States. To preserve that Liberty we are today at War. You cannot be neutral. You mutt be either FOR or AGAINST the United States. You are FOR this Country Show your Patriotism; show it in $50.00, a practical way by BUYING A LIBERTY BOND NOW. They pay you 3 2 per $100.00, $500.00, $1,000.00 or more. cent interest and are the best security in the world. Every man, Come woman and child should buy one or more of these Bonds. in You can buy a Bond on Easy Payments. For Sheriff J. H. LIVINGSTON. For County Judge M. F. NORTH. T. A. RICE M. S. BAUGHMAN. W. S. DRYE. For County Attorney J. S. OWSLEY. For Representative H. G. SKILES. For Jailer W. S. BURCH W. B. HANSFORD T. J. HILL, JR. DR. W. B. O'BANNON. derfully managed country. If half of the members were of their stature, or indeed if there were nmong the 435 members 10 per cent., or 43, lenders with the ability of these three, Congress would be the ablest parliamentary body in the world. Their ability is composed chiefly of clear thinking and the clear diction which comes from clear thinking nnd hard work'. They never discuss n subject without going to the heart of it. Their concern is not with prejudice, but with the merits of the case. A book made up of the speeches delivered by any one of these three men during the present session would be a text book of stateman-ship.- " Those of the Interior Journal readers who heard Mr. Sherley's excellent speech here a year or so ago fully agree with Mr. Sullivan in what he says about him, and, convinced that he is a judge of men, they arc willing to sanction what he says about Mr. Sherley'a colleagues. A good many convicts play the role of the devil, who when sick a monk would be but when well a devil of a monk was he. When they realize that Our run of sizes in Panamas and Straws of all fi fMaWWWmaWWii descriDtions is still com plete, and the weather now is calling for them. Prices ranging from $1.50 to $5.00. 1 Oxfords There is no summer wear more comfortable, than white low shoes, both in appearance 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 W. A. CARSON. GEORGE F. DEBORDE DINK FARMER JOHN J. MOSER For Assessor J. N. CASH Clothes The Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD, KENTUCKY JOHN C. PEPPLES. For Superintendent of Schools GARLAND SINGLETON. For Magistrate 1st Dist. J. T. DUDDERAR For Magistrate Hustonvtlle District J. WESLEY HUGHES J. K. HELM. For Magistrate Crab Orchard District JOHN M. CRESS. ' T. L. TUCKER. For Magistrate Waynesburg District E. ALLEN. J. A. JOHNSON. J. M. CAMDEN. ' ALONZO PADGETT. THE KAISER GETTING SCARED The Kaiser seems anxious now to submit a peace proposition, while rhe thinks the submission is good, but he has sinned away his day of grace and there will no terms suggested by him that will be given the least consideration. President Wilson, who has learned by sad experience how utterly unworthy he is of any confidence, regarding treaties and his written promises as only pieces of paper, advises against any discussion with him of peace proposals thatvdoes not eliminate, him. as, a ;factor or make him lose out entirely in his ambitions. When the President was dickering with him he seemed to have gotten the idea that we would not fight and that our people would not put up the money to prosecute the war. But the fact that some ten million men responded to the call to register for the army and that when two billion were asked of the people as a loan to the government, three millions of them responded and overscribed the amount a billion, has shown the bloody tyrant how mistaken he was and he wants to get out of the war he started before this country makes him go like the czar of Russia and the King of Greece. The open season for the abdication of kings is on and those who do not make a virtue of a necessity and get up and get are going to be made to do so p. d. q a fact which no one better recognizes than the murderer of women and children. To us who know nothing about the game, it seems almost sacrilegious in these parlous times to waste energy, land and money on golf links, which in many cases should be plowed up and the land put in crops to help feed the army and reduce the high cost of living. There are said to be 5,000 links in the country, which require, at least 100 acres each, making some 500,000 acres or more. Think of how much food could be raised on those acres and how much profanity, lying, inattention to business, Sabbath breaking and other numerous vices abated, and we are sure that those who do not play the game, at least, will agree with us that morality and economics would be improved by putting the links into production nnd the players to producing, instead of being destroyers of food, time nnd money. A learned professor in Yale University estimates that there is daily wasted on golf 8,108,132 food pounds of on; orgy, which if applied to hoeing corn, would produce enough of the grain for 1.1,94 1,087,403 muffins. A y, SAM M .OWENS. ' HAPPY MOTHERS gins to expand. Tension Is relieved. The breasts are kept in good condition. The crisis is one of much less pain. "MOTHER'S FRIEND" is the prescription of a famous physician, Any woman awaiting the joyful time of childbirth should prepare her system for the greatest of all events. She should secure a bottle of "MOTHER'S FRIEND" from her druggist when the abdomen first be- and has been used successfully by three generations. Apply it externally night and morning. Get a bottle from the druggist today. After reading the information as to caro for the breasts, etc., in circular around each bottle, write for valuable guide book "Motherhood and the Baby." It is free. Bradfield Regulator Company, 117 Lamar Bldg., Atlanta, Ga. they are at the end of their ropes they begin to play the religious racket and soon tryto leave the impression on the parole powers that all they need to be full fledged angels is wings. Bcaeh Hargis, serving a life sentence for the murder of his father, played the role of a repentant and thoroughly reformed man and so impressed the parole board that with his mother's tears and entreaties, he secured his freedom, It was a great mistake,' however, to liberate a charactr like his, which is totally depraved. He is again at his old tricks of drinking and intimidating people with firearms and Former Chairman O'Sullivan, of the Parole Board, has called attention to the state of affairs and asked the reincarceration of the patricide, who better deserved death than clemency. His punishment was far inadequate for the crime and he should be returned to prison never again to enjoy the liberty he so sadly abuses. The weight is given first considr eration 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 fashion. Prices ranging from $6.00 to $15.00. Soft Collars Wash Ties Silk Hose Silk Shirts Call and let us show you M'Robertss Bailey Gents' Furnishings CENT-A-WOR- O sii KtB, RjsJfrffsaSTsiiBPtLlsisiiiiiMsBsJPJBsfcEfc Mftfv fl0HffiHHiH?n'issssssEs7 sflsVeilL tHo BfjEt bvBBBBKiSSBBlB SBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBSKyjiGkBBBKBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBnBsV" & m- TBSBxfeLVBfef t SSSrafr. &J - jlTiBlllllllllllllllllllllllMBSSSllSg- y TlBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSMBHBSSSSSSSSBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSKiRriBBr T" vrBBBBBBBBsjBXBBBBBBBBBSBBBvBMBRwMBBBBBSBBSSSBSW- fBllllllllHkwv - . " JB K"SSsVI vlHsB't'TiL V'mJ Brer Breckinridge, of the Lexingf ton Herald, continues 'to lambast the Congressman Swag-e- r Sherley, the devil and Tom Walker because the cantonment was not awarded to Lexington, but to Louisville instead. We are really sorry the city lost out, for many and divers reasons, but we can see nothing that can be gained by keeping up the fight, except that it gives one of the "little Tooley street-ers- " opportunity to get much accumulated bile out of his system, though a dose of Crab Orchard salts or Pluto Water would have accomplished the result quicker and eaisier than even the last effort of four Courier-Journal, Blue-Grass Stanford, Ky. FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, good columns. .2SSvBBflBBBBEBSk&!34r.E BnfljBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBlSvrW tj<&t i V I Scene From "The Spoilers," Opera House Saturday night June 23rd JUST RECEIVED A Car Load Purina Feed T. W. JONES STANFORD, KY. The handwriting is on the wall. The divine right of kings to rule and their assumed partnership with God Almighty have got to go. The Czar of Russia and the King of Greece have already gone. The King of Spain seems tottering on his throne and if the Kaiser is not entirely bereft of brains, he too must see that he is slated to go and that he will not long stand on the order of his going. Democracy is winning all over the world and seeding autocracy to the scrap heap. Patrick Cudahy, the packer, who recently announced his retirement from the business in favor of his sons, is back in harness again. One son has become a Lieutenant in the regular army and another has join ed an officers' training camp. There was nothing left for the father to do but to come out of retirement to release them of duty for their coun try. After July 1st there will bo no jitney busses in Louisville nnd the poor folks will either have to take a street cars or walk. That form of transportation has had a stormy time in Louisville since it wns started 'some two years ago. It has been fought by every other method of transportation until it has been entirely routed. Vice-Preside- nt Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains,. FOR SALE I have 50,000 good Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, chestnut shingles at $3.00 per thou-san- Pictures and Stoves. W. A. Tribbler John Wentzel, Ottcnheim. 502p Stanford. 28tf AUTO SERVICE anywhere; da'y LADIES Engraved cards should or nigm; reasoname prices. Call be used for all social purposes. See phone 234. T. H. Eads. tf the new samples we have and as A COMPETITIVE examination cheap as they can be bought anyfor appointment to State University where. The Interior Journal. 59-t- f, will be held in my office, June 29th, ESTRAY 50-1U17. U. Singleton, Supt. There came to my I AM ready to pay the "teachers place about June 8th, a calf. Owner get it by proving property Hi not oe m can inuir lint installment. my office on Saturday, June 23rd. and paying for its keep and this 49-- 2 Garland Singleton, Supt. notice. William Moser, Stanford. R. FOR SALE Fine yearling Duroc P. D. No. 5. 50-boar; young Duroc boars and gilts and a very fine Jersey cow fresh. STOLEN from my place on 46-t! JjiJcrryHustonville, Ky. f Thursday or Friday night of last-weeFOR SALE A Jera horse collar and bridle. Will sey bull, subject to register. He is from an excellent strain of milkers. give $25 for the nrrest and convicAdolph VonGruenigan, Stanford 47tf tion of the person who stole them-LouEARLY SEED CORN Plant your Lynn, R. F. D. No. 1. 50-2- p barley field in corn. I have the Tennessee Yellow Dent, the corn to HOME FOR SALE Desirable plant, yields well and will mature. home in Crab Orchard. Siv rnnme E. T. Pence, Jr. 49tf. with hall. One of the best 'built FOR SALE A manure spreader houses in town. All necessarv out mado by the International Harvester buildings. Fine well of w.itor. Four- Co. It is in first class condition and acres of ground. Plenty of fruit. Adwill sell at a bargain. Mrs. J. B. Wil-li- dress W. W. Burgin, Crab Orchard d. 41-F2t 2i k two-year-old is s. (Ads kere are 1 ceni a worn eaen Issne. cash with nrdrr: no id lets tnsn 25e each lune.i ADS Crab Orchard. 45tf. or Stanford. ru-o- ot A Hundred Million Pounds of Poultry Wanted have'nevLVmlsed pouiTry" "" W PUUry raUerS nd to those wh The President urges men, women and children everywhere to do their utmost. Those who cannot bear arms can aid in growing food Products. Tho President of the American Poultry asks that the Nation's Poultry supply be increased by Association at least a hundred million pounds. YOU CAN HELP No other meat product can be so easily qu.cky produced. Poultry and eggs will bring big prices this or so year will help you keep down tho high cost of living. Don't think you must have acres. Poultry can be raised on a r Bround whero 'ou cannot raise ' "" ve "etables Keep the hatching going through June and even into Julv. We ' will supply you with Fairness to All Favoritism to None Is Tri-Sta- te the Policy of the Butter Co., Cincinnati, 0. TRI-STAT- K Over 20,000 farmers in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana are selling us our fieam, averaging them over 10 cents per pound for Butter Tat duiing May. No chopper ever lost a dollar dealing with us. Ask any pittron what he thinks of the or let us send you FREE TRIAL CANS PREPAID for thirty days trial. You can bhip on any train day or night and every shipment is guaranteed uguin&t loss or damage in transit and paid for Spot Cash. TRI-STAT- Tri-Sta- te Butter Co., Cincinnati, RESPONSIBLE SAFE PERMANENT 0. Sell Us Your Sour Cream and Let Us Churn the Butter trial of wasted effort utilized nt least and Mrs. Marshall till the cruel war is over is repect-full- have u baby. It was not born in, the but no less urgently suggested. family, however, but its mother is a chambermaid, whose efforts to make A small electric storm caused a living for herself and the little Congress to temporarily adjourn the thing enlisted the support of Mrs. other day and therefore cut off the Marshall, who is almost as proud of interminable and often most useless the youngster it were her own. iaiK mat is constantly being indulged in. The people have been trying to Police Commissioner Woods has impress on the body the importance ordered a thorough probe of the of stopping the gabfest and getting charge that a widespread traffic in down to business without avail. Per- girls exists in New York. This folhaps this little reminder by a higher lowed announcement that 700 girls power will have the desired effect. have disappeared since January 1. Dr. Hess Poultry PAN-A-CE-- A to keep your poultry healthy ai-make them thrive. Nothimr like a to make hens lay, to give you strong chicks, to make them grow and develop rapidly, and get them safely past ganes. leg weakness and tho common little chick troubles. Get started now and call on us for Pan-n-ccPAN-A-CE-- S aif The Penny Drug Store E. R. Coleman, jProp. Telephone No. 2 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kfeft'fticky: Friday, June 22, 1917 Page Five THE Liberty Loans The First National Bank ha 6,000,000 Coras Liftaa Right Off! Try Breps of Magic "Gets-It,- ltf NEIGHBORING COUNTIES " There'fl a wonderful difference between Rotting rid of a corn now and the way they used to try to Ret rid of It only four or Ave years ago. "Oetg-It- " hna revolutionized corn history. It's the only corn remedy Village delivery service will be established at Lnwrenccburg August 7. Cyrus Russell, an excellent citizen of Mirldlcburg, died of paralysis this week. A wife and two daughters, survi Gov. Stanley has appointed John A. Tuttle Magistrate in the Sixth district of Laurel countv to succeed A H.Chndwell, recently appointed County Judge. Hermnn Grubbs, the little four-year-old Spoilers New De Luxe Edition 12 Reels, Featuring WM. FARNUM KATHLYN WILLIAMS Complete Production of This Most Popular Motion Picture Ever Shown In This City 12,000 FEET OF FILM 400 PEOPLE IN CAST An All Star Company in Rex Bench's Most Famous Story. SATURDAY NIGHT ADMISSION 10 and 25 Cents in subscribed for $20,000 par value of the 15-3- 0 year 3 2 per soi, of Mr. cent Gold Bonds of the United States, believing it was its patriotic duty to aid our country to raise money to prosecute the war, and because we were satisfied it was ,a .safe investment. Those persons desiring to purchase, or subscribe for these bonds will please call, or write, and they will be furnished at par and in- terest, or their personal subscription will be received, and bonds bonds bought for them free of cost. Now 'Se? Jnst 8 Drops of 'nets-It- ,' Tomorrow I'll. Tint IVelTliat Com RlgUt Off and It's Oono t " The First National Bank Stanford, Ky. bandages, salves Irresponsible what-notTry Is sold everywhere, 25c a bottle, or sent on receipt of price fey B. Lawrence & Co, Chicago, Ilk toe-eati- today that nets on tho new principle, not only of shriveling' up the corn, but of loosening the corn off bo loose that you can lift it right off with your tinners. Put 2 drops of 'Gets-It- " on that corn or callus tonight. That's all. Tho corn Is doomed sure as sunrise. No pain, or trouble, or soreness. You do away once nnd for all with and get it "Gets-It- "surprised and lose a corn. s. Grubbs, nt Junction City, was tramppd upon by a horse and painfully injure 'I. Wilbur Matson, aged 19, was found dead m a bathtub in his homo. It- is supposed that he fell headforemost in the tub nnd was drowned. He was subject to fits. Cook Phipps shot nnd killed Huffaker nt Mohticello nnd made his escape. Both belong to prominent fi.milies nnd no reason is given out for the killing. Mrs. Ira G. Taylor nnd Miss Annie Tribblc have purchased from G. R. Wilkinson the Grubbs property in Shelby City The home is one of the most desirable in Boyle county. With Mr. and Mrs. A. Tribblc they will De-Wi- and Mrs E. L. Iirst tt I move to the place in October. Con- siderable improvement will be made in the property. Danville Advocate. Ide Shirts For Summer Wear Sold in Stanford and recommendMr. A. G. Eastland, of Louisville, ed as the world's best cow remedy RED CROSS MEMBERSHIP RALLY PERSONAL AND SOCIAL There is to be a Red Cross memJ. H. Reed, of Liberty, is visiting was here working insurance this by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The bership rally at the Christian his parents out oh R. F. D. No. 3. Penny Drug Store. week. church in Hustonville Sunday night Miss Etta Mueller, who taught at Miss Hannah Aldridge is spending Wilkinsburg, Pa., is expected home Chautauqua week with Lancaster Miss John Eva Hilton is with Lan- at 7:30. Every one is urged to be present nnd become a member of this this week. friends. caster frjends. Mrs. J. M. Casey is spending sevMiss Sarah Hiatt, of Mt. Vernon, Mrs. J. L. B. Coffey is visiting in great patriotic organization. The annual membership fee is only $1.00, eral days in Liberty with relatives has been visiting Mrs. Burdette Frankfort this week, and friends. Mrs. James Harris Baughman, of so come prepared. Dr. T. W. Pennington and Mr. Will Severance have Stith Noe is now a fireman. He is Mrs. J. S. Rice left today for Cave Danville, was here today. been negotiating with the people in firing on a switch engine in the Cov- City to visit her mother, Mrs. Mary James Brady, of Lexington, is visHustonville in the interest of this ington yeards. iting homefolks this week. Garnett. Misses Joan and Evelyn Ballou Miss Mary Burdette is the guest Drs. M. D. Early and L. C. Kelly rally and the pastors have agreed "to have a union service. The executive are at Crab Orchard for a visit to of Mrs. Robert L. Collier at Crab were in Harrodsburg Thursday. friends and relatives. Orchard. Granville Owens, secretary of the committee, the officers and girls m Mrs. W. H. Hester and children Miss Berta Jean Penny is at home Brodhead fair, was in town this uniforms will be present soliciting memberships. Messrs. arc the guests of her sister, Mrs. from the Conservatory of Music. morning. Will SeverRobert House, of Danville. Coi. S. T. Harris and She iff J. G. ance, P.lM, McRoberts and Kindrick Cincinnati. Mrs. Robert G. Jones was the Rev. O. E. Bryan, of Louisville, Woatherford were in Frankfort Alcorn will speak about the Red Cross moement, telling something guest of her sister, Miss Ethel M. was here to see Dr. M. D. Early 1 hursday. Farmer Saturday and Sunday. Thursday. Prof. U. G. Hatfield and Miss of the vast amount of work there is Ernest Pepples, of the Reform Miss Clara Cooper is spending a Clara Collier, of Crab Orchard, were to be done, and how necessary and important it is for every one to show School at Greendale, spent several Lfew days with Miss Angie Kinnaird in the city last night. days with the homefolks here. their patriotism by becoming a mem Miss Lucile Wilkinson, of Liberty, at Lni.caster. Mrs. E. E; Griffith, of Middles-borMesdames M. M. Phillips and J. S. returned with Mrs. J. M. Casey from ber. Volunteer your cars to Mr. Sev-- J erance and go yourself and help make arrived Wednesday evening to Duke, of Crab Orchard, were in the Liberty and is her guest. No how tall and slim you visit her brother, Dr. L. J. Jones, city Wednesday. Mrs. Carl A. Carter and son, Ed- his rally in the West End a success. and family. are, you will have no trouble in Miss Mary Banks Anderson is at win, will rettirn tonight from Nash- Please send in all news of Red Cros Rev. Howard J. Brazelton was Richmond taking the summer course ville, where they have visited rela- interest' to the advertising commitgetting length in IDE tee. Mrs. T. J. Hill, Chairman; Misscalled to Winchester the first of the at Eastern Normal. tives for the last two weeks. illweek on account pf the serious Miss Nellie Wilson Hill leaves this es Narisy Katherine McKinney and Miss Pearl Masters left Thursday Shirts. We have special show-ness of his mother-in-lafor East Berrfstadt to visit her aunt, afternoon for Dayton, O., to visit Mary; Elizabeth McKinney, ing in cotton and lined fabrics in Mrs. S. K. Dudderar and Mrs. 0. Mrs. J. T. Rutledge. friends. She will make the trip P. Huffman will be 'the guests of through in an auto with relatives. Misses Geneva and Courtney or solid colors, soft or launMrs. I. W. Fish at Crab Orchard for Price, of Richmond, are visiting Miss . Miss Belle Russell, of Stanford, is . DIDN'T HAVE THE CHANGE One day this week Judge James P. dered cuffs, with or without the Masonic Celebration, Saturday. Hester Belle Andesron. the guest of Mrs. J. M. Rains. Mr. Dr. H. C. Nunnelley, of Winchesand Mrs. H. N, Ware are visiting Bailey was called on to perform a Mrs. J. G. Carpenter has been collar, in sizes from a boy's 11 2 wedding ceremony, which he did in ter, joined his wife and children at the guest of her daughter, Mrs. H. relatives in Frankfort this week. his usual impressive way. The cereMcKinney for a few days' stay with W. Carpenter in Lexington. Lebanon Enterprise. 19 to a Price 50c to $2. the family of the late K. L. Tanner. Mr. R. L. Berry, of near Huston-vill- mony said, the groom's mind turned Miss Martha Raney has returned E. L. Fontaine, of the National home from Richmond, informs the I. J. that he will to business, and he asked the judge where she Our Silk line abounds with Bank of Commerce, Louisville, was graduated in Domestic Sciene. be living in a new home soon, as he how much he owed him. "I let th groom say how much it is the guest of Cashier W. M. Bright, Howard Carrier, of Nashville, son has the carpenters at work remodel- happy all of cloths, weaves and worth to be married to a good womof the Lincoln County National of HolliV Carrier, who used to live in ing his old home now. colorings and you will find it a Mr. P. G. Warner, the aged father an, and make no specified charge," Bank. this county, has been here with said Judge Bailey, whereupon the of W. K. Warner and Mrs. W. B. Mrs. Mary Parsons and Mr. A. D. friends. genuine pleasure to make your seUnderwood, of Corbin, are down to Mr. S. M. Spoonamore and wife, of this city, has been ill for fellow asked him if he had change attend the bedside of A. D. Parsons, of Danville, have been guests of the several days. He was moved to the for a dollar. The judge did not have lections from such a comprehenit, but the change was procured by whose condition is alarming his family of his father, Mr. Elijah home of Mrs. O'Bannon Thursday. sive exhibition, with soft cuffs only Mr. Sidney Dunbar returned this the newly-we- d friends. and Lincoln County's Spoonamore. Ernest T. Carter, of Evansville, Mrs. R. L. Davison, Miss Minnie morning from a protracted visit to judge was able to increase his bank -- $3 to $7.50. Ind., has joined his wife and chil- Straub, Miss Mamie C. Straub and relatives and old friends at James- account with two shining quaiteis dren, who are here the guests of Mis Margaret Davison were in Dan- town, Russell county. He says the Dr. W. B. O'Bannon heard of tlu Ide Soft Collars, silk and cotton crops in that section of the State incident and was reminded in dnvs Mrs. ' Carter's mother, Mrs. Julia ville Wednesday. Hughes. Hugh Moore, of Danville, who has are backward but promise to yield gone by of Preacher Middleton, of fabrics, in all the newest spring Miss Elizabeth Givens has returned quite a boundary of land leased in largely. the South End of Lincoln county, was Levi Elder, of Crab Orchard, is in called on to "say"' a marriage ceie- styles, sizes 11 2 to 16 to her home in Stanford, accompan- this coounty for oil rights, went up Price the city todny. He says Crab Orch- mony and afterwards was informed ied by Miss Virginia Givens, whom to Irvine Wednesday. 15c and 25c. Mrs. E. J. Tanner, Mrs. John Tan- ard is looking for the biggest day in by the groom that he did not have a she visited for n fortnight. ner, Miss Ruth Tanner and Patter- her history when the peoplo gather penny, but was welcome to his which he handed to the man of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Johnson left to- son Tanner, of McKinney, were in there Saturday to celebrate the Arrow Laundered Collars, in 200dth anniversary of the founding God. It is needless to state that Bvo. day for Crab Orchard Springs to the city Wednesday afternoon. new round coiners or the very Mrs. T. Chenault Willis and at- of the order of Masons. Middleton declined the offer. spend several days and attend the Miss Martha McClary, who taught tractive daughter, Miss Nancy Wil picnic Masonic there Saturday. long points in any height your A TEXAS WONDER lis, of Nicholasville, were here Thurs- at Wilkinsburg, Pa., the past year, Lexington Leader. The Texas Wonder cures kidney neck calls for. Sizes 11 2 to 20. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Y. Carson day en route to Crab Orchard arrived home Thursday aflternoon, bringing with her little Miss Mary nnd bladder troubles, dissolves grav and others here have received invi- Springs. Price 15c straight. Mrs. W. G. Lackey and sons, Har- Margaret Jennings, who returned to el, cures diabetes, weak and lame tations to attend a Red Cross dance backs, rheumatism, and all irregularPittsburg, Pa., with Mrs. Joseph E. at Richmond Tuesday night, 2Cth. ry and William Lackey, of Mo., who have been visiting Johnston for a brief visit. Miss Mc- ities of the kidneys and bladder in Smith's Sextette will furnish the Regulates with the family of Mr. J. C. Bailey, Clary will teach at Morganton, N. both men and women. music . C, next year. Miss Allie Arnold, of bladder troubles in children. If not Col. Wm. Moreland, our hustling returned home Wednesday. Mrs. P. W. Carter, Misses Jennie Lancaster, who has been teaching sold by your druggist, will be sent by live stock dealer, entertained a few Biggest of his host of friends at tho Bell Hocker and Claudia and Maude in the schools with Miss McClary mail on receipt of $1.00. One bottle Hotel Sunday. A few of the many Carter are spending n few days with since she began her work, will also is two months' treatment, and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send for delicious dishes were spring chick- Mr. and Mrs. James Harris Baugh-ma- go to Morganton. sworn testimonials. Dr. E. W. IT.UI, Boyle county. at "Hilltop," in en, fish, cake and strawberries. FORWARD LEAGUE MEETS 2fliG Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo., Editor W. Owen Mclntyre, accom Casey County News. Some dozen or 15 Lincoln corn-t- Sold by druggists. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jones have panied by the mechanical force of gentlemen, members of tho Formoved to the home they recently the Advocate, motored over from League Democracy, whatever M. Saufley. Danville Wednesday afternoon and ward bought of Mr. Shelton good town. that means, met here Tuesda" after Prof. M. L. Cancer, who will be the took a glimpse of a renl Lee, of Harlan, noon and held a meeting in Dr. T. W. Mr. L. Virgil head of the Stanford Graded and Pennington's office. They wont to School next year, has rented spent several days with friends here. Hich but the presence of Mr. L'ee, it will be remembered, mar the the property Mr. nnd Mrs. Jones vn- of tho democrats who are not ried Miss Mary Pennington, of this cated s members, caused them to soi!c other We will sell all shoes in store next week a great reduction The following young peoplo wore city. He is n druggist of his town and As tho meeting was behind 'iu:ters. among tho many to view tho beauti- is doing well. Mrs. Burnett Blewett nnd son, closed doors this paper is unable to ful scenery at High Bridge Sunday 500 pairs of shoes, worth $2.50 and $3.50, now going Helm Gridcr Blewett, of Auburn, givu an account of what was done. . . . $1.48 afternoon: Mr. Arthur Coffey, Miss Logan county, were guests of Misses One report is that they endorsed n Nnncy Weddle, Mr. Juno Givens, iow shoes, worth $2.00 and $3.00, 250 pairs of and white candidate for county attorney, nnd . $1.25 Miss Fostine Cooper, Mr. Ewalt Giv- Mattie and Bettio Pnxton nnd other une for jailer, but another is that friends here. Mrs. Blewett was Miss High shoes, worth $3.50 and $4.00 now ens, Miss Elizabeth Stags, Mr. Coo $2.98 they did nothing. Moser, Miss Lida Weddle, Mr. Algar Madie Helm and she lived here some Come while get your choice of these shoes bargains last DAUGHERTY SHOP RAZED Weddle, Miss Anne Floyd, Mr. Roger 15 years ago. George C. Keller, of Orlando, Mr. W. B. McKinney has had tho Hicks, Miss Tartar. After viewing tho grounds, dinner was served on the Florida, has joined his family in old Daugherty shop op West "Main boat and later the young peoplo were Danville for a short visit to relatives street torn down and it "is hoped entertained by Miss Mulinda Nave at and friends. He is now a traveling that ho will replace it with a nice her beautiful and antique home, representative in his territory for residence. Even the vacant lot is an which was originally the home of the Mergenthaler Linotype Com- improvement over the old "shack" SALEM & SALEM, Stanford, Ky. which has long, since become useless. pany. Danville Advocate. one of the Shakers. -o, matter the proper a stripes the 1-- man's 1-- 2. e, Shirt manner 1-- 1-- 2. Har-rodsbur- g. ois-to- l. the 1-- Kirk-woo- d, Phillips & Phillips. Stanford's Store n, y court-hous- e, Special Shoe Sale our at at tan at white at the and THE BARGAIN STORE Page Six The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, June 22, 1917 THE AMERICAN FLAG The largest American flag In the world is suspended from the top of the Postofllce Department building in Washington and drops 300 feet in the inner court. During the Revolution, the flag had thirteen stars: In the War oi 1812, 15; in the Mexican War, 45, and in the present war. 48. The famous flag which flew over Port Sumter in Anril. 18(51. the fir ing on which was the beginning of hostilities between tnc states, is preof the Secserved in theretary of War, in Washington. The historic flag which floated over Fort McHcnry on the morning of September 14, 1814; and which inspired Francis Scott Key to write Banner," is pre"The served in the National Museum at Washington. The American flag means more, even in its colors, than some comprehend. The red was chosen to donate defiance and daring, the white purity of purpose and the blue eternal vigilance, persevcrence in the right and justice to all who should acknowledge fealty to the flag. The American flag is among the oldest of national flags, being older thnn the present British union jack, the French tricolor, ond the flag of Spain, and many years older than the flags of Germany and Italy, some of which, like those of ther countries, are personal flags, or those of reigning families. - Good Home h the bett legacy ever left one's family. Why not own your owny home? Thousands are enjoying the privilege. It it no longer a but an economy. A home of your own It a constant bulwark against adversity and a comfort in old age. lux-ur- nnte-roo- m Star-Spangl- 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 people 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 tale: No. 219 Three acres of land all cleared and under good 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. BRIDE'S FIRST DISCOVERY Their wedding tour had ended, and they entered their new home to settle down to what they hoped to be one long interrupted blissful honeymoon. bles soon began, when she tried to reduce the cost of living with cheap She soon discovered But alas! the young bride's trou- "big can" baking powders. 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. 220 71 lumber cost to build the house. It will pay you to investigate this property. A large blacksmith shop located right and a money maker. Will sell mighty cheap. No. 96 No. 221 31 acres of land one mile from the court house, all in grass, well watered and fenced and an ideal location for a building site. trade and make right terms. This place can be bought for less than the Two story dence; 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, No. 98 six room resi- got was a lot for her money, and it was not all baking powder, tor tne bulk of it was cheap materials, which had no leavening power. Such powders will not always give the desired results. And because of the absence of leavening gas, it requires from two to three times as much to raise cakes or biscuits as it does of Calumet Baking Powder. This, eventually, the actual cost to you, of chean baking powders, is more than Calumet would be. Cheap baking powders often leave the bread bleached and acid, sometimes yellow and alkaline, and often unpalatable. They are not always of uniform strength and quality. Now the bride buys Calumet the perfectly wholesome baking powder, moderate in price, and always uniform and reliable. Calumet keeps indefinitely, makes cooking easy, and is certainly the most economical af- that all she OTTENHEIM CRAB ORCHARD An oil boring outfit is now at Misses Ollic and Louevn Williams, of Louisville, are with Mrs. King, work on the Morrell farm after having struck oil on the Wheeldon propnear the depot. Miss Nancy Lee Dunn, of Huston-vill- e, erty, not in paying quantities howwas here Wednesday to see ever. Rev. Father Leo left Sunday afterfriends. Mrs. Silas Anderson, of Louisville, noon for Alabama, where he will visarrived Tuesday to spend the sum- it relatives, Mrs. Anna Krueger, of Mt. Vermer with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. non, is visiting relatives in this viMorgan. ' Mr. Ed Anderson came over from cinity. Mr. Joe Vanhook passed through Nicholasville Saturday to sec his some days ago en route to Pulaski wife and babies here M,r. and Mrs. Cummins, Mrs. Daisy county, where he represents the Ra Hunt and Mrs. Caltha Newland went leigh Supply Company. to Stanford Friday afternoon to do There will be a singing contest at some shopping. Fair View church, near Hall's Gap, Mr. Skilcs, Mr. George Lyne, Mr. Sunday July 1st. All organized singPate Parrish and W. B. Hansford ing classes arc invited by the church went to Preachcrsville Friday night, to come and take part. A large crowd where Messrs. Skiles and Hansford is expected to be present and a good spoke to a large and interested time enjoyed. crowd. Mr. M. S. Baughman was in our Mr. Levi Elder, one of our rural town Tuesday. Mr. Emil Bless was in Stanford carriers, is taking his vacation and visited his sister, Mrs. James Ander- Monday on business. son of Louisville this week. Mr. James Oaks, who has been Mr. Howard Skiles went to Louis- suffering from a severe burn, is ville Saturday to spend a couple of somewhat improved at this writing. days with his parents there. Mr. John Popenhagcn is building Mr. Hamilton is giving the Baptist a concrete silo. This is the first one church a thorough painting this of this kind to be built in this viciniweek, which will make it look much ty. Mr. John Bratcher is doing some better. Mr. Shelby Newland and his sis- farm work for Mr. A. Bcnke. ter, Elizabeth, were invited to attend Prof. W. T. White was in Stana party at the home of Miss Gladys ford Saturday on business. Mr. Sherman Warfield, of HighSweeney, of Stanford, Saturday evening. land, was the guest of Mr. Frank On Wednesday, June 13th, Mr. Wientjes Sunday. and Mrs. Russell Dillion celebrated HOW TO GET SLACKERS the tenth birthday of their little daughter, Margaret Russell Dillion, Confusion and misapprehension by inviting thirty-fiv- e of her little among the draft registrars and citi-- j friends to a lawn party at their zens throughout the State in regard' beautiful country home. A heavy to what action should be taken on rain coming up broke into their arrangements, so the dining room was tastjly decorated with roses and other flowers while the table was elegantly spread with all things to tempt their appetites. Ten candles burned at the ends of the table and two delicious cakes with ices, candies and fruits were heartily enjoyed by all. Games and other amusements made the little ones forget the weather and a more joyful crowd never was gathered together. All wish Margaret Russell many such returns of the day. Mrs. Isabel Tucker, who has been nursing in the West End of the county, returned home in time for the birthday at Mrs. Dillion's. Mr. and Mrs. George F. DeBorde came up from Stanford to 'spend a few days with their sisters and brothers here. Mrs. Caltha Newland and Mr. Harry Collier have opened an ice cream parlor next to Collier's store, where at any time you can be served with the very latest and best creams and also get a substantial lunch. Rev. and Mrs. Pervis, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Cummins, Squire Cummins and Charles Buchanan formed a merry fishing party this week. They went to the river, but not one o.f them had a fish to show. The infant of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Tilfrey died Wednesday and after a beautiful talk by Rev. Pervis at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Reynolds, was buried in the cemetery here. It looked very beautiful in its lovely white casket which loving hands had covered with flowers. Many friends attended the burial and much sympathy was felt for the stricken parents in their sorrow, but heaven is made up of these. Mr. Sam Reynolds improves very slowly. He cannot walk except when assisted, having almost lost the use of his lower limbs. Mr. John Riddle, of Indianapolis, is with relatives here. He is looking fine and is greatly pleased with the Hoosier state and wage system. Misses Joanna and Evelyn Bnllou, of Stanford, are with relatives here. Mrs. George Parrish, who has been sick for some days is little, if any King and handsome bride, of Indianpolis, are spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pate King, near town. SOMERSET FAIR AUG. 28-3- 1 The Somerset Fair will be held this year on August 28th, 29th, 30th improved. Mr. William A HAIL FELLOW WELL MET You should know this Hail Fellow. He may be a friend in need. He has saved mnny tobacco growers from ruin. He is a Hartford Hail Policy You can secure his protection in the Hartford Fire Insurance Company for a few cents a day. Let us introduce you. Jesse D. Wearen THE INSURANCE MAN Louisville workers in the eight-da- y Red Cross campaign to raise $250,-0- 00 ter all. REGISTERED With bayonets and cartridges belts, And rifles proudly borne, Camp kitchens for our beef and beans And coffee in the morn, , Airplanes and auto trucks' enough To take away your breath, We're following the starry flag To victory or death. The doctor, lawyer, chauffeur, groom The youth who used to shine Our boots, the merchants and the there, obtained a flying start violations of the law has caused Fedlast night when it was announced Mileral District Attorney Perry B. that $100,000 already had been subler of Louisville, to issue a statement scribed by sixteen individuals. outlining the policy of the A cablegram forshadowing extensive military operations Ey six the Where registration was omitted Chinese provinces against the ofGovthrough ignorance of the law, per- -' ernment was received by New York sons are permitted to register now by the Chinese Nationalist League. before the county boards, and those The British armed transport so registering are to be held to the was torpedoed and sunk grand juries on their own recog- with the loss of the captain and sixty-tw- o other persons. nizance, Mr. Miller said. Those who knowingly and wilfully failed to register will be held to the grand jury under bond and forced to register. Warrants should be issued on affidavits and be reported to Mr. Miller. It is the duty of all good citizens not only to report violations of the law, but also to make affidavits, and MC KINNEY a man should not even hesitate to report his own son if the latter is a Sell the Champion Cream Saver slacker, Mr. Miller declared. . Cam-eroni- an J. a. Mobley A &Son ' THE Price right. 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 chef Have fallen into line. The waiter and the millionaire Are bunkies now, and chum,s, Arrayed in khaki uniforms, . And marching to the drums. heart of Stanford. Best location in rented. town and both are always 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 Two store-room- s 5n the Columbia buckled on our swords And handed us our guns, And said, "For hunmanity Go forth and fight, my sons," So horse and foot and flivver, too, Across the wide blue sea, We're following the Stars and Stripes To death or victory. - 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 the 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 tnat matter over with you for we know-thawe have some propositions that will interest you. We also havfs the St. Asaph Hotel for sale and also for rent. The present rental contract expires on July 15th, 1917 and will All you will have to do is take and begin to make money. mean?" "Well," replied the assistant, "of course it varies. If it is a near relative, a band of black on the sleeve or hat, and for a distant friend a black tie is enough." For some moments Patrick Murphy considered. "Give me a shot lace," he said at last. "It's me wife's that vainly endeavored to appear mournful and eyes that strove to produce a respectful flow of tears, Patrick Murphy entered a shop. "I want ye to tell me," he began, 'phwat the custom is for th' wearing of mourning, the depth of it, I FOR HIS With a face MOTHER-IN-LA- SIDELIGHTS ON GREAT WAR An entire regiment of Scandinavians has been recruited in Canada. More than 6,000 Canadians have joined the British navy during the present war. The copper dome on the courthouse at Canton, Ohio, has been painted red, white and blue, and by order of the county commissioners remain so until the end of the war. The standard ship now being built in British shipyards to make good the loss of tonnage due to submarine warfare is of 8,000 tons, and all the ships already laid down are of identical pattern. The sandbags used by the Allies on the Western front alone have reached such stupendous figures that if they were piled on one another they would form a towering mountain seven miles high and twenty miles around its base. Join the Red Cross today. It only costs you $1. NfWBfUVAC made from De cream has won first prize at every convention of the Creamery Buttermakers National Association for the last twenty-fiv- e years, as well as In every other Important contest, and yon mast admit that this fact can mean but on BUTTER thing The De Laval user gets not only more cream, but better cream ter simply because the construction of the De Laval bowl makes close skimming possible at n speed so low globules are .dethat the butter-fa- t livered from the cream spout unbroken. De Laval-separate- d cream Is bet- If you make batter yourself, or if you ship to a creamery and want tho hlKJiest ratine for your cream, you cannot afford to use any separator but the De Laval. Have you seen the NEW De bowl Laval? The new with its patented milk distributor la greatest improvement that has the been made In cream separator construction In the last thirty years and we'd like to have a chance to Bhow you how it or down OneDnop tho nt rent it fully furnished and equipped. chargo We also have several thousand dollars that clients want to loan on good land notes. If you want money come to see us. No. 221 A house of four rooms, good yard and garden, on Boone Highway and a corner lot. Rents for $G per month. Will sell or tiade. Price only $500 and terms to suit you. publican nomination for State tor in the Sixteenth district, leaving the fight between J. H. Newman, of county, and "Uncle Bill" Monroe Allen, of Clinton county. The decision of Representative Frank White, of Monroe county, not to enter the senatorial race has largely enhanced the chances of Mr. Newman, it is claimed by his friends and supporters. There is said to be a probability that Senator Robert Antel, of Russell county, may get in the race and take up the running where Mr. Brown left off. Sena- QUITS SENATORIAL RACE .,.,., A j sa. !......, ui W., jJiuwji, f iiiiiii; tuuiibjr, Vina imai -wuntirawn uom wie race ior me T .... drinking water cuies J A Ht-'-lJ niulnrnvnntswliltn kM. diarrhoea, cholera and other chick A fow drops In BourbonPoultry Remedy tMA'i unnJmpa TD Vf fj K works. The NEW De Laval also contains mportant many other 1 M- Iin- bottln makes dUcasos. Ono gists or by mail ix.tialcl. Valu uu iwiuu&t. able poultry uooic I0UIBOI REHEOr CO., ImIbcIoo. I;. we know will terest yon. that pTMJHB SPECIAL EXCURSION SUNDAY, JULY 1 Hughes and M'Carty Stanford, Ky. Office Phone 180 Amendments to the Federal Reserve law, designed to strengthen the system by increasing its gold reserves by $200,000,000, finally were approved in Congress by the Senate's adoption of the conference report on the Glass-Owe- n bill. and 31st. Great preparations arc being made for one of the best fairs ever held in the county. The following arc the officers and directors: A. W. Cain, T. V. Ferrell, C. A. Hurt, J. H. Gibson, Wm. Bright, A. J. Franks, J. C. Parker and Beecher Smith. Mr. Hurt was elected Southern Railway System Following Round Trip Fares in effect from Danville, Ky. to $1.50 Louisville Lawrenceburg .$1.00 You Want To Be Ask Keep your blood pure ; that's ,the only way. Don't wait until you feel badly, but begin, NOW. Impurities in tho blood put unnecessary work upon all tho organs, making weakness and old ago como quicker. Do as Grandfather did; take S. S. S., the best of all blood tonics, proven for 50 years. Take it now; take it often, and you will have strength, health and happiness. At your druggist's--. SWIFT SPECIFICS CO., ATLANTA, OA. Shelbyville Strong And Well Harrodsburg. . .$ .50 and $1.25 Simitar reductions to all local stations between Danville Lexington and Louisville. Tickets limited for return trip to dale of sale. RETURNING No. 9 will be held at Louisville until .. .5:30 P. M. Home Phones 152 and 184 Grandfitker He'H TeB m- Y- S.S.S. MStrinethM Yoi For further information see Ticket Agent, Southern Railway System. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, June 22, 1917 JUNCTION CITY Dr. II. S. Chase, of Lexington, will soon move to our city to practice medicine. Cnpt. Ben McGraw and the Blue Grnss Special will not run any more to the regret of his legion of friends. But as he is senior conductor of the Q. & C, ho will be given n choice run and nati the from Cincinnati to Somerset mnny move his family to Cincinsoon. Capt. McGraw has been in employ of the Q. & C. for over 41 years nnd the last 35 has been conductor of the Blue Grass Special from Junction City. Mr. Edward Gubbs 'has decided to spend his vacation on the farm of Wm. McGirr, nenr Bowcn, in Lincoln FLAG ETIQUETTE When Dewey's fleet returned to New York after the Battle of Manila Bay, a Swedish janitor in n large de partment store hoisted nn Americnn flag with the Union down and flew the signnl of distress throughout the celebration. A patriotic citizen should make no such mistakes as this, but in displaying lings or bunting should observe certain customs, some of which are ns follows: The proper time for raising or putting out a (lag is sunrise or after, never before The flag should be lowered nt sunset. A flag should never be allowed to trnil or lfe on the ground and should always be taken in during stormy weather. When the fl ig is raised nt ceremonies, eeione present should stand, face the flag and salute with the right hand raised to the forehead. When the flag passes in parade, spectators should stand, men nnd boys with hats removed. When any other flag is displayed with our National colors, Old Glory must always be on the right or above. As a sigr. of mourning the flag should first be hoisted to the top of the mast for a moment, then lowered half-wa-y and left half-mas- t. At sunset the flag should first be hoisted to the top of the mast before lowering to the ground. The flag should never be used for a cover or in any position where other objeits arc placed on it. Flags should always be treated Page Seven county. Mrs. Delia Brand Kellmer nnd sister, Mrs. Mallie Hopper, of Akron, Ohio, arc at the bedside of Mrs Moss, of Perryvilie. Mrs. F. T. Burke has returned with Mr. Burke from the funeral of Mr A. T. Trnylor at Stanford. The Junction City band stand has been erected in the city park nnd on July 4th there will be n flng raising Rev. Ernest Ford will preach on "The Failure of Misplaced Confi dence," at the Christinn church, Sun day June 24th. There will be a spe cial meeting of the members at 2:30 P. M., for determining about repair ing the house and holding a protract ed meeting. All are cordially invited to be present. Rev. Horace Kingsbury, of accompanied by Capt. Massey and Mr. Doll, Sunday School Superintendent of Christian church and Mesdames Wm. Sallee and Massey, held quite an enthusiastic Red Cross meeting at the Christian church Monday night and ten of the promi nent men of the church met and subscribed $120 to start the $1,000 fund Junction City was asked to make up. The canvassers started out Tuesday to make up the remainder and are meeting with much success. The church was decorated in patri otic colors for the occasion. Mrs. Chas. Coovert and three children, of Vanceburg, are guests of Mrs. Kate Coovert and Mis3 Mattie "rSv The Warm &,-i3- x- au17E(&K. $&&&:. - --. ..,- - 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. Scene From "The Spoilers," Opera House Saturday night June 23rd The Kentucky Pharmaceutical Asin Louisville, sociation, in session elected W. C. Montgomery, of Can-eyvil- ROBINSON'S Buckwheat! We have about 250 bushels of Buckwheat we have now re-clean- ed that for seed. If you are going to need any for seed, we advise you to buy J. H. Baughman & Co. STANFORD, KY. FOR SALE! Various Concessions .or. Lincoln County Fair Association INCOErOKMED Stanford, Ky. August 22, 23, 24, 1917 Concessions consist of Soft Drinks, Ice Cream. Popcorn, Crackerjack, Lunch and Amusement Priveliges Write At Once To E. C. WALTON, Secretary STANFORD, KY. PAINTING trimming such as recovering tops, making curtains, putting celluloid in curtains, etc. Paper hanging a specialty. Repairing guns, locks, typewriters, clocks, graphophones, sewing machines, etc. Houses, Carriages, Auto painting and 5 Per Cent FARM LOANS Skelton Coleman, one of tho oldest women in this section, died Sunday and her remains were laid to rest Monday in the Ephcsus burying J. J. BELDEN INSURANCE grounds after services by Rev. J. G. Shops 206 West Main street. Phone BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE Livingston, her life long friend. She Sksrt Lvxiaf torn, Kjr. had made her home for over a half a CfcMpiM 239. Stanford. Kentucky. 0c W. KING & SON Over 3 Millioa Loaned Through This with reverance and carefully put away when not in use. In draping the flag against the side of a room or building, the blue field should always be towards the North or towards the East. When the "Star Spangled Banas our National ner," recognized Athem, is played or sung, all should rise and stand until the song is finished. It is proper to face the musicians or those singing, during this ceremony. When red, white and blue bunting is used for decorating, the red Gresham. Mr. D. B. Fox, of Bowen celebrat should be at the top. It is against the law to put any ed his G4th birthday Sunday at his printing or advertising of any kind home with his sons and daughters, and their wives, husbands and chil- on the United States flag. dren. All brought him some present WOULD CONNECT CHICA. and the day passed very pleasantly GO WITH NEW YORK for all. Miss Ada Steele has returned after The Type Used In One Year To Puba pleasant visit to relatives at lish Endorsements Of Doan's and Pineville. Kidney Pills Mr. James G. Blain and Miss Agatha Blain were in Louisville last Of the many kidney remedies on week to see relatives and attend the the market today, none is recomundertakers' convention. Miss Agatha mended like Doan's Kidney Pills. was also in Bowling Green a while. Forty thousand benefited people There were 5.45 inches of rain gladly testify in the newspapers of during the strawberry season May their own towns. Forty-fiv- e hundred 25 to June 15th and Prof. Grubbs American newspapers publish this and Mrs. Mittie Alstott brought back home proof of Doan's merit. The type Thursday night 24 of the 36 origin used in one year to tell this wonderal pickers, safe and well and 'with ful story would make a solid column from $12 to $30. of metal twice as high as the world's Everett Owens, the Freshman of highest mountain. Placed end to end the Junction City boys who won the the lines of type would reach from prize in May was the best New York to Chicago. These miles Latin strawberry picker for a single day's of good words told by 40,000 tongues picking at Bowling Green, for a boy sound glad tidings to any Stanford over 15 years old, picking 31 2 sufferer who want relief from kidgallons in 10 hours. Hayden Y. ney and bladder ills. Here's a StanGrubbs was the champion for those ford case. Don't experiment. Use the under 15 years old, picking 24 2 remedy endorsed by people you gallons the same day. know. Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. W. H. Hill, E. Main St., Powell and daughter, Dixie, moved to their new Stanford, says: "I do not hesitate to home in Danville Tuesday. Mr. and endorse Doan's Kidney Pills. I and Mrs. H. F. Ewing have purchased others in my family have been benethe Needham property vacated by fited by this medicine. I felt run them and will occupy it by October. down and tired out and had dizzy Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Preston and spells and headaches. There were family have moved to their proper- pains and soreness nnd a dull ache ty in Danville. r.cross my back. Another of the fam Mrs. W. M. Baucom left Monday ily used Doan's Kidney I iJ'.s with so to take a summer course at the E. K.' much benefit I tried them and they N. S. She was chosen in June to fill soon relieved th's bad ache and put the position of High School principal my kidneys in good order." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't in the Junction City school. simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same DAVIS' STORE n Mrs. Elizabeth Camden, of Row- that Mrs. Hill had. 50-- 1 land, attended the burial of Mrs. Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Jane Coleman. to evade While attempting the Mrs. Maggie Martin, of Indianaserving of a peace warrant Tom Wilpolis, is visiting her mother, Mrs. liams was killed by a sheriff's posse Elizabeth Jones. line. C. G. Boone took some of his near the Knox-Bemale friends a joy riding last Monday in his auto. We will not tell their century at the same place and she names, but they can bo very easily was known far and wide ns she had recognized by their skinned heads n host of friends. and noses. E. S. Siler and wife and children, of Winchester, attended the burial of their grandmother, Mrs. Jane Coleman. They will return home the Used last of the week. R. Dillion, W. who has been cutting some very fine lumber in this section is fixing to move his mill. Henry Woods is preparing to go to Somerset to take another treatment from the negro specialist. Mrs. A. L. Kidd is also going to take treatment. Bar-bourvil- le 1-1-- PICNIC AND PICTURE SHOW Quite an enjoyable social affair was an outdoor picnic and picture show party, given last Wednesday evening by Misses Nancy and Lyda Wetldle, of Hustonville, complimentary to their charming visitors, Misses Gertrude Tartar and Faustine Cooper, of Somerset. The guests assembled at the home of Misses Wed-dland went in automobiles to Brown's Springs, the other side of Crab Orchard, where the lunch, a sumptuous one it was, was served. After spending a short time at Crab Orchard Springs the party returned to Stanford for the picture show and were afterwards entertained at The Princess. The guests were: Misses Faustine Cooper, Nancy Weddle, Anna Floyd, Martha Tucker, Clara Nunnelley, Bobbie Tucker, Nancy Dunn, Leona Baker, Gertrude Tartar, Elizabeth Stagg, Marie Floyd, Lyda Weddle, Susan Blain, Bessie Riffe, Katherine Warriner. Messrs. Dodd Skinner, Arthur Coffey, Alger Weddle, W. A. Brady, Ben Pruitt, e, le, president; C. J. Lorder, of Ashland, first vice president; Ferd Ott, of Dayton, second J. C. Ellison, of Hickman, third vice president; J. W. Gayle, of l, Frankfort, secretary; J. Vernon of Carrollton, treasurer. vice-preside- Dris-kil- daughter of The Leslie Jones, a farmer residing at McCoun's Ferry, in Mercer county, was found dead in the cistern. The little thing had fallen in while three-year-old A Frankfort negro girl had a shoe torn ofT of her foot by a bolt of lightning. Her foot was slightly burned, but otherwise she suffered no inconvenience. The Interior Journal, $1.50 a year. TEBRIBLYjWOLLEN Suffering Described Relieved by Rossville, Ga. this place, writes: Claude Dinwiddie, Ray Murphy, Roger Hicks, John Hicks, Sam McKin-neMrs. R. P. Anderson, of Ashland and Dr. and Mrs. Chas. Hart y. As t. Torture Black-Draugh- were the chaperones. "THEOLP RELIABLE" l REMEDYFORMEN. AT YOUR DRUGGIST. NMCKUXCftW CASH for ACCOUNTS We get you cash on Accounts, Notes, Claims, by collecting quickly anywhere in United States. Collection guaranteed or no chanres. : : : : : MAY'S COLLECTION AGENCY Somerset, Ky. POSTED! We. whose names are hereto attached will permit neither hunting, fishing nor trespassing of any kind on our property, and those guilty of doing such will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law: M. D. Elmore, U. S. Traylor, J. D. Nave, Louis Nave. S. J. Embrv, J. L. Robbins, J. C. Fox & Son, Geo. B. Pruitt. Mrs. Kate Lee Able, ol "My husband is an cng'neer, and once while lifting, he injured himself with a piece of heavy ma. :!iir.ery, across the abdomen. He was so sore he could not bear to press on Himself at all, on chest or abdomen. He weighed IC3 lbs., and fell off until he weighed 110 lbs., in two weeks. He became constipated and it looked likj he would die. We had three different doctors, jet with all their medicine, his bowels failed to act. He would turn up bottle of castor oil, and drink i tea-ceit two or three days in succession. .He JiJ tills yet without result. We became desperate, he suffered so. He was swollen terribly. He told me his suffering cuuld only be described as torture. I sent and bought Thedford's I made him take a big dose, and when it began to act he fainted, he was in such misery, but he got relief and began to mend at once, lie got well, and we both feel he owes his life to Thedford's Tnedford's will help you to keep fit, ready for the day's work. NC-1Try it nt Black-Draught. Black-Draught." Black-Draught 1 31 Foster-Milbur- LIFE INSURANCE The Mutual Benefit has survived every great panic in America. It went through the American Civil-Wwith credit to itself, and now offers to the American public, at this time of stress, demonstrably secure uudoi a life insurance protection liberal contract, at minimum costs. It is an American Company operating on the mutual principle for the American people. 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 hall 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. Limit of $5,000 to those who Imvr ar ll I 40 1m CARDUI Z IN X V WIMM S Mrs. Jane Coleman, widow of IMiv X X Sold Evwywtaro r. (it tTtXaWflp flWPWw Page Eight DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER Following n qunrrol with his wife Kichnnl Barret, of New York City, killed her, their children nnd then cut his own throat. dispatch says that A Frankfort William Jennings Hryan will make a probihition tour of Kentucky, com (noticing today in the interest of the Forward League. He will speak in Louisville the night of July 4. Thousands in New York roared n welcome to members of the Royal Italian Mission yesterday. Respond ing to the speech made by Mayor Mitchell at the city hall, Prince Udine declared that the city's cnthu sinsm was a guarantee of victory. Forty-tw- o Austrians held in jail at Leadville, Col., on charges of evading the selective draft law, were removed by the authorities yester day after threats to free them had been made by friends and relatives The prisoners later were held to the The Interior Journal, Stanford,' Kentucky Friday, June 22, s fc THE VALUE OF SAVING The police of Washington, D. C, If the country can be persuaded yesterday 'were called upon to proto save the $700,000,000 worth of tect womnn suffrage pickets in front al food which, according to agriculturdepartment estimates, is wasted ench yenr, the experience will bo useful after the war. We have been so rich that we have not felt the need to being careful, but with the burdens which wo assume In entering the world war we shall be compelled to exercise more economy. Commoner. Nellie McGinnis, 13 years old, was SCHOOLTEACHER REGAINS HEALTH Was Able to Resume Her Work After Tanlac Built Her Up, WEIGHT, TOO n SHE GAINED IN Mrs. Pauling llees Hoydon, school Ky., Food Control Hill now lias a fair chance of being finally passed by July 1. It is unlikely that the requisition of mines and manufacturing plants will be included in the bill. Prohibition proposals still form obstacles to its passage. Millers of Central Kentucky, in session at Lexington, sent to President Wilson yesterday a telegram in which they urged immediate action on pending food control measures, Federal grand jury Subscription to the relief fund for the New Albany tornado sufferers arf unted to $193,015.83, according to a report made yesterday by John Morris, public accountant, who says that all the funds, with the exception of about $400 have been properly A book containing the names to try It. "1 was agreeably surprised. Tanlac all donors will be published. of As a result of rejection by the gave me a splendid appetite. I gained In weight, and then I House of important amendments and a few pounds noticed that my nerves were stronger. of promises by the Senate of com- In u short time after began the use promises yesterday the Administra- of Tanlac I resinned my .school 1 1 Her recently hail to stop teaching. health hud failed. She was worried. Finally .she tried 'liiulae. After an experience of a perMMial test she tells this .story: "For several months I had trouble with my stomach. I lost my appetite completely. What Utile I ate caused gas. Lack of sntllclent nourishment caused me tit become very nervous. "I never had much faith In propriehad no faith whattary lncdlt'lucs. ever In Tanlac before 1 tried It. How ever, I read so many statements from people who bad taken It that was led teacher of Unit, Owen County, 1 tion "I think Tanlac Is a good medicine, especially for nervousness and Mom-iiedisorders. It helped me more than anything else, and I am confident It will help'others. too." Tanlac can be obtained here at The Penny Drug Store; in More-lanfrom A Minks, and in Waynesburg from W. A. Horton. h asserting that the wheat market situation in this State was extremely critical, and that unless action look ing to relief is taken without delay milling and dependent industries will suffer immeasurably The Senate Finance Committee adopted by a vote of 8 to 0, an increase of of a cent a postage rates pound on second-clas- s and an additional levy of 5 per cent, upon publishers' net profits over A protest was made by representatives of the American Newspaper Publishers' Association, who believed that the committee might reconsider its action today. one-quart- er FORTHY YEARS OF KIDNAPPING 1874 Charlie Ross, Germantown, Pa.; child and kidnapper never dis covered. Saunders, Atchi- 1882 Walter son. ivans.: Kiunanneu uy canir oi I men lnu evcr i,car,i 0f again. Dickinson, 1882 W. W. Jr., Wisconsin; never seen again. Troy, 1883 Charles Cannon, New York; kidnapped by Mary for begging purposes. She was caught after few weeks. Gil-brid- $4,-00- 0. CINCINNATI STOCK MARKET Hotrs Receipts 5,400; weak. Cattle Receipts 900; slow; calves, Sfi.-i- 0 Sheep Receipts 2,500; 14.50. steady, $4.009.50; lambs steady. M'ss Pearl Acey, of UurnMdc, is the guest of her father, Mr. J. W. Acev, and wife. SELLING REAL ESTATE Hughes & McCarty, the hustling real estate men, sold to II. C. Hurst for Hon. W. II. Shanks a house and lot at Rowland for $450. CARPENTER AND DAMRON Carpenter, Jr., and Mont R. Damron were appointed rural carriers at Crab Orchard and Dunnville, respecitvely. James G. The great railway, of 5,000 miles in length, that runs across Siberia is one of the most marvelous in the world, first because of the difficulties that had to be faced in building it, and secondly, because of its enormous length. Johnnie Navin, Boston; Disappeared April 13 and was never seen again. Mamie Toomer, Georgia; kidnapped by Dunbar Walton and Louis E. Frank from an orphan asylum. They were caught soon after. 1894 Sophia Hasenon, Philadelphia. No trace ever discovered. 1890 Sadie and Martin Jamison, Newark, N. J.; kidnapped on the way to school; never found. 1900 Louis Tonhose, Iowa; never heard of again. 1903 Edward Cudahy, sm of Omaha capitalist; kidnapped and returned when ransom was paid. "Billie" Whitla, Sharon, Pa., kid napped and held at Cleveland for ransom; child recovered and kidnappers sent to prison. 1913 Daughter of Dr. Winters, New Castle, lad.; no trace ever found. 1917 Lloyd Keet, infant son of J. Holland Keet, banker, Springfield, Mo., kidnapped from home May 30, and murdered. and best bidder, the following property: One Tractor, complete with all parts and attachments; One Rumley Oil Turn Motor, complete with all parts and attachments; One Rumley LAND, STOCK AND CROP power single cylinder E. T. Pence, Sr., sold to John M. sixteen-hors- e engine, No. G160, complete Cress a bunch of extra nice lambs at Thresher parts with all and attachments; One $14.25 a head. Canvas driving belt, GO feet, 10 R. L. Berry, of near Hustonville, inches, one for tank; one water tank pump for 20 feet sold to W. M. Myers 15 suction hose, and 10 feet discharge hogs at 14 hose. sold Virgil Gastineau, of Garrard, Said sale made to enforce judgto V. A. Lear, of the same county, ment of plaintiff vs. defendant and 82 hogs averaging 206 pounds at costs of the action and made on a credit of 90 days; purchaser to ex15 ecute bond, bearing interest at 6 B. F. Greer, of Carroll county, from date until pajd, with personal Ark., sold 14 Shorthorn bulls at $178 security. Lien retained on property and 23 cows of that breed at an sold with force and effect of judgment. average of $1G7. E. D. PENNINGTON, Mrs. J. II. Critser, of Sebree, sold 50 M. C. L. C. C. barred rock hens to W. R. Woods for which she received a check for $72.00, an average of $1.25 y; k 170-poun- PROHIBITION KILLED KANSAS (Contributed) The grape industry is not the only thing ruined by prohibition in Kansas. In fact, prohibtion hns killed about every industry irj Kansas, excepting the raising of wheat, corn, alfalfa, fruit, live stock, potatoes, peas, cabbage, garden sass, chickens, horses, mules, nnd ducks, geese, blooded cnttlc. It busted up quite nil our flourishing saloons nnd beer gardens, nnd paralyzed many of our prominent gamblers. It absolutely killed the bartenders' union. Where once the thriving saloon sent the clamorous odor of its prosperity out upon the sidewnlks and clear across the street, we find nothing but shoe stores, ment markets, clothing stores, grocery stores, dry goods stores nnd other sordid activities of an unhnp-p- y people .Where once you saw the throng of men on Saturdny night going joyfully into the rooms, where the doors were locked securely, where there was sawdust on the floor and a merry crowd at the mahogany bar treating all around, nnd a man could get his salary check cashed and spend it all right on his boon companions, and go enthusiastically home and break up furniture and give his wife a black eye, instead of all these manifestations of a prosperous and thirsty citizenship, as in our saloon days, we sec men shops and go quietly into butcher grocery stores and then go home lugging great bundles of supplies for their wives and children beefsteak for supper, Sunday dinner, etc. Ah! what a sad result of the banishment of saloons. Prohibition has left little of Kansas except her fields factories, schools, stores, pens of fat cattle, her sober, happy and prosperWhat prohibition has ous people. done for Kansas it will do for Kentucky or any other state. Joplin Journal. J. L. Betzley & Co. jfT of the White House from attacks by pedestrians who were irrintatod by banners which were displayed by the women. To avoid repetition of the banner riots the police later cstab-e- d a censorship over the Inscriptions. Office Phone No. 6 Carter's Livery nnd Feed Stable HjHUkWiBlllllllVTBlllllllllllllllVl f killed instantly and her father, Henry McGinnis, 45 years old, was badly hurt when a bolt of ligthning struck them during an electrical storm near Fulton, this State. TR.DE J. M. CASEY Veterinary Surgeon and Undertaker EmHlmer Phone 42, Stanford. K.y Undertaker Office - Dentist Cattle and Hog Vaccinated - Embalmer Home Phont 167 - Phone 85 To the Public: MAR., ,Tm jtesWJ Vegetable Tablets A TESTED REMEDYSr LIVER.. BUIOUSNESS.INDIGESTION.TOPPlD CONSTIPATION AND DIZZINESS. r Ml I represent the largest and belt clothing house In this country-- Ed V. rri'.t and Co., Chicago, 111. My In measuring' and directing the making of your clothe, gtrei me the advantage orcr one who li not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order, I will promise you a squaro deal. Tou will get the worth o( your money, either in the cheapest grades or the My higher prices. made-to-ordr- FOR SALE BY SPRING AND SUMMER IV U HC ' RTTPfLuEj V I 17 line of samples Is now ready far your Inspection. Call now and let me show you. ALL DRUGGISTS. Trial Package FREE on request STA-WE- L J. C. McCLARY STANFORD. KY. Practical Tailor Stamford. Kt Springfield, REMEDY COMPANY Mo. Com missioner s Sale Lincoli. Circuit Court Advance Rumley Thrasher Company Plaintiff vs. Gus Gieszel Men's Shirts You will heed more shirts for these hot days. We have a large stock of new patterns Defendant rendered by the Lincoln Circuit Court at its June 1916 term, in above styled case, the undersigned Commissioner will Pursuant to judgment for you to select from. on MONDAY, JULY 10, 1917 (county court day) In front of the court-hmis- e door in Stanford, offer for sale at public outcry to highest W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Kentucky 3,000 Pounds Purina. Scratch, Baby Chick and Chowder Feed Received This Week Place Your Ordetfs Now d c. c. -- W. H. HIGGINS Main Street Stanford, Ky. fifty-eig- ht each. The citizens of Boyle county are responding liberally to the call for Red Cross funds. It nows appears that that county will easily furnish her quota of $10,000. Reuben F. Offutt sold in Cincinna-t- o catlast week sixteen 1,330-poun- d tle at $12.50 per hundred. They were as fat as butterballs and a fine lot of cattle. Georgetown News. Stanley P. Stephenson, of the West End, sold to Myers & Allen 47 lambs that averaged 78 pounds, at 14 N. C. Hicks, of the same section, sold the same parties 120 that averaged 81 pounds, at the same money. c. Don't Throw Away Your Worn Tires YOU CAN GET 5,000 TO 0,000 MORE MILES OUT OF THEM COME AND LET US HALF-SOLYOUR TIRES 1 George Weissinger Smith has been Automobile, typewriter, sewing selected by the different Republican machine and other simiiinr factories factions of Louisville to make the may be called on by the Government race for mayor. John Maas and J. F. to make standardized parts for Uni- Grinstead have both withdrawn as E AT THE FOLLOWING LOW PRICES Non-Ski- d Non-Ski- d ted States airplanes. candidates. Opera House One Night Only 32x3 34x3 31 30x3; 31 x3i x4 30x3 $ 8.00 10.00 10.50 11.50 12.75 15.25 15.75 35x4 36x4 34 x 4 35x4i 36 x 36 x Saturday, June 23rd SELIG Presents the New 32x4 33x4 34x4 37x4i 35 x 5 5 4i 16.00 16.50 37x5 $17.75 8.00 20.00 21.00 22.00 23.00 24.00 25.00 26.00 1 "SPOILERS" DE-LUX- E FIRST CLASS SECOND HAND TIRES FOR SALE AT A LOW PRICE. WE WILL ALSO TAKE IN YOUR OLD TIRES AT GOOD PRICES ON NEW ONES : EDITION IN IN 12 REELS FEATURING All Work Guaranteed Wm. Farnum, Kathlyn Williams and Thomas Santschi Two and a Half Hours of Thrills and Excitement THE "NEW SPOILERS" IS AN AND THE STORY COMPLETELY TOLD. OF THE SUCCESS EVERYWHERE. THE UNDISPUTED SENSATION UNPARALLELED DAY. THE MOST WONDERFUL STORY EVER FILMED. THRILLING, POWERFUL AND PICTURESQUE Boyle County Auto & Supply Company . Saturday, June 23 :: 15c & 25c DANVILLE, KENTUCKY Telephone No. 31 Walnut, Bet. 4th and 5th