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No. 52 Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Friday, June 29, 1917 MARRIAGES Miss Jessie Owens, of German-towand Mr. Paul Jones Hughes, of Columbin, were married at Danville this week. Miss Addyc Baker, of Burgin, and Cecil Davis, of Boylo, were married n, Tuesdays and Fridays $10,000. In Wnyne county W. H. GofT sold to J. W. Miller a pair of mules N. W. Rogers paid Steve Hnlcomb, also of Garrard, $300 for a saddle horse the other day. Joe. II. Murphy sold to Walter S. Baker, of Lexington, an extra nice saddle mare for $300. Pence & Wllmot delivered to T. "V. Jones the first of the week 20 lambs nt 15 Hon. W. G. Gooch begun cutting his GO acres of wheat this afternoon. He says it promises to make a good yield. Lutes & Jones shipped from d of hogs that today a they bought some time ago and have been feeding. Alfred Swope sold to Jones & lambs at Cress a bunch of 15c. Mr. Swope also sold the same parties eight ewes at $G.50. E. P. Woods shipped by express this week to L. F. Humber, of Columbus, Ga., u very fine Shorthorn bull, for $100, f. o. b. Stanford. Morgan Smith Baughman sold to William Rogers, of Lexington, his "handsome grey gelding for $400. He promises to make a great show horse. John H. Morris, of Fayette, sold 11 thoroughbred yearlings at the Powers-Hunte- r Co. sale in New York Thistle for $15,850. His Plaudit-Wil- d colt brought $7,000. S. J. Embry is the first farmer in the county to finish cutting wheat. Tie got through Wednesday afternoon. He had about 30 acres which he thinks will average 20 bushels. The best field of aged horses ever Tiamed for a trotting race arc the twenty eligible to start in The Transylvania, $5,000 stake at Lexington in October. Amongst them arc Peter Mac Lucile Snier 2:03 Boning-to- n 2:031-2- . Ross B. 2:04 Lizzie Brown 2:05 2:04 Grand Chimes Donna Clav 2:0G Harrods Axtien 2:0G Busy's Lassie Creek (3) 2:0G the greatest number of 2:00 "horses, all with records better than 2:07, ever gotten together and there tire ten more with records from 2:07 to 2:13 80-pou- LAND, STOCK AND CROP Potatoes dropped from $12 to $4 per barrel in New York this week. Alfred Carpenter sold to R. L. lambs at Hubble n lot of 14 cents. nave The Glasgow fairgrounds been sold nt auction, bringing about for $500. c. ey car-loa- 4. 4, 3-- 4, 3-- 4, 4, 4, 3-- 4, 3-- 4 4. YES! LIFT A CORN OFF WITHOUT PAIN! Cincinnati Authority Tells How To Dry Up A Corn Or Callus So It Lift Off With Finger. t d men and women You .vioieed .m suffcEfcTio, longer. . Wear the corn-pestere- i wii5a$'7efiiCfncmn'atru9rltyrbe 'icauseUi'f evr dfopsof 'f rce'z'one applied directly on a tender, aching corn or callus, stops soreness at once and soon the corn or hardened callus loosens so it can be lifted out, root and all, without pain. A small bottle of frcezone cost very little at any drug store, but ivill positively take off every hard or soft corn or callus. This should be tried, as it is inexpensive and is said not to irritate the surrounding skin. e If your druggist hasn't any tell him to eet a small bottle for you from his wholesale drug bouse. It is fine stuff and acts like a charm every time. free-zon- It is easier to keep a good for nothing dog in the house than it is to keen the wolf from the door. How old would a person be who va born in 1879? Man or woman? doing business at the town of Crab Orchard. Countv of Lincoln. State of Kentucky; nt the close of business, on the 20th day of June, 1917. Reiources $ G9.19G.G1 Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and G99.32 unsecured Stocks, Bonds and other 9.4G4.33 Securities 18.704.4R Due from Banks 2,900.15 ... Cash on hand Banking House, Furni3,000.00 ture and Fixtures.... 3,445.18 Other Real Estate Other Assets not includ- od under any of above 253.45 heads Liabilities Capitnl Stock paid in, in Surnlus Fund Undivided Profits, less exnenses nnd taxes paid cash CRAB Renort of the Condition of The ORCHARD BANKING CO. Total ;- -;;. $107,723.57 $ 15.000.00 1,025.00 G91.49 Denosits check sub- ject to Time Deposits Cashier's checks $80,349.49 10,004.00 90,379.49 27.59 outstanding 20.00 Reserve for taxes .$107,723.57 Total State of Kentucky, Set. County of Lincoln We, W. E. Perkins and II. G. Skiles. V.President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solcmnlv swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge nnd belief. W. E. PERKINS. V.President H. G. SKILES. Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 27th clay of June, 1917. Mv Commission Exnlrcs Feb. 20. 1918. J. T. Chadwick, Notary Public Correct Attest: GEORGE B. LYNE, J. A. HARMON, W. T. GOVER, Directors Humphrey, both of this city, were united in marriage. The wedding was a very beautiful one and the home was tastily decorated for the occaGalicia. sion. Quite a number of friends were Mines or Teutonic allied submapresent and after the ceremony a rines were responsible for the sinkdelightful dinner was served. Later ing last week of twenty-on- e British ENJOYED "WIENIE" ROAST in the day the .happy pair left for something vessels of more than 1.G00 tons each A "Wienie" roast is jvnoxviuc anu otner southern points new seven under the social sun. we pre and to the under 1,000 tons, accord" to spend their honeymoon. The bride ing sume, but such a thing was greatly statement. weekly British Armiralty is the charming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Acey, of this city, and enjoyed by a crowd of "0 or more Canadian troops practically have u'it North of 't they attended the marriage. She is Crab row.) Snring, of Orchard Snrings Wednesday clinched the capture long Lens, the an exceedingly fine yountr . woman night. center A delightful lunch was serv- important coal and the town held by and is very popular in her home and the Germans, already in to at Somerset, where she frequently ed and the addition dishother good has been enveloped on three sides. things "wienies" The latest smash at the German lines German visits. For many years she has held cooked over a blazing fire by the the position of stengrapher for the voung people, was nartaken of. Fol- resulted in the capture of La Coul-ottGeorge P. Taylor Co., at Burnside. a mile south of Lens. The groom is a former Casey coun- lowing is a list of thoso who were in iollv crowd: Miss Lottie tv man. but has been in business at the H. Moser. Miss Lettie W. Carson, RECRUITING OFFICERS HERE McKin- C. Burnside for some time. He is not ney, Mack Mobley, Miss Elizabeth Capts. M. T. Back and W. F. Tay only a good business man but a fine officers, Hunn, Edward Tanner. Miss Nancy lor, recruitingdemonstratingwere here gentleman. the wonHunn. W. P. Grimes, Jr., Miss Lissa this morning The marriage of Miss Louise derful Lewis gun, that Americans Holtzclnw. Scalding Hill. Miss Thomas, of. Frankfort, and Holtzclaw, J. E. Jordan, Miss soon will be using in the trenches of Mr. Wesley Dunn Embry, of Stanremarkable fowling Nancv Weddle. Patterson Tanner, France. It is a GOO ford, was solemnized last evening at Miss Lvdin Weddle, A. C. Coffey, piece, shooting times' per min8 o'clock at the home of Miss Minnie Mary Breeding, Mr. Bridgewa-to- ute and accurately at 2,000 yards. Dinwiddie, on Broadway near Third Miss Miss Corine Breeding. Lte Tu- - The gentlemen were hunting reStreet. Giy- - cruits, butwerej aftt,uccessflherb.. The Rev. O. M. Huey, pastor of ney, Miss Mary Dee Beck, June Ffbnfhere they went to Lancaster ens, miss Margaret bpck, cwaic the 'Crescent Hill Bautist Church was Miss Ruth Beck, Hneh Reid Fos- and thence to McKinney, making the officiating clergyman. the Miss three towns in a single day. Earl The entire house was artistically ter, Miss Bell, Algar Weddle, Miss Bell, son of Tom Bell, of Moreland, Matsy Grimes, Jessie Hocker, decorated in quantities of Dorothy Ruth Tanner, Howard Newland and had recruited with them before arPerkins roses and in the hall, where riving hero and is making the trip the ceremony was performed, an al- Mrs. Rawlings. with them. tar was improvised of palms and LABOR SCARCE AROUND HERE ferns. ONLY $140,000 ASSETS That labor is scarce in thu section Miss Nan Hammond, of FrankAn important meeting of the Kenis shown the fact that fort, was the maid of honor and Mr. o'f the State prominent infarmers made tucky Rural Credit Association was our Samuel Embry best man. The only one of to held at Lexington first of the week, Frankfort the other were the flower a trip get a convict from thedav to when the amount of assets, approxiother attendants State trv and girls. Miss Mary Skinner, of Hus- Reformatory to help him on his mately, $140,000. were turned over tonville. and Miss Marv Harper, of farm. Mr. J. Nevin Carter is the to C. C. Bosworth, who was elected Greenville. Mrs. Ella Dent and Mr. was verv much disap- trustee of the defunct comnany. The G. S. Mattingly played the wedding man, and he his inability to secure assets had been in the hands of R. J. pointed at march. Colbert, receiver, since July last. A comThe bride wore a beautiful wed- help. He was told by tho prison stockholders is called missioners that there were applica- meeting of the to ding gown of tulle and rose point take steps toward a tions for 700 or 800 men ahead of for July 19th, lace made with a short bouffont him and that it is probable that his distribution of the assets. Several bodice of lace and skirt and a be reached for r Lincoln county farmers have stock in name would tulle with small puff sleeves of tulle. vear. The Q. not C, which is double the concern, which will probably pay & Her flowers were a loose arm bou25 to 30 cents on the dollar. a good quet of roses and white sweet peas trackingcounty, it portion of its road is renorted is valley. in this a dav for unskilled labor pay- CRAB ORCHARD SUNDAY NIGHT with a shower of lillies of the and The maid of honor's costume was ing $3 Chairman Severance and other difficulty in gettinc all the of pale yellow satin and she carried i3 finding Society, of the Red me" wanted at that price. Tho labor members Cross nurses,Cross well, will and arm bouquet of Sunburst roses. queaii n is a very serious one just the Red as The flower girls wore dainty lace go to Crab Orchard Sunday night to tirmmed frocks of white organdie nnd now. attend the union services to be held bouquets Croup. Whooping-Cougcarried small there. Mr. Severance and others will Relieved of nink rose buds. Children's diseases demand pre- speak for the great cause. It is hoped Following the ceremony there was paredness. When the child wakes that the Crab Orchard people will an informal reception at the Seel- vou at night, gasping and strangling attend en masse and that many will TRANSATLANTIC AIR LINES of V. C. Gilbert, superintendent A billion dollars probably would bach. and after spending a few days is preparing to nublic instruction, for breath, how thankful you are to join the Red Cross. take a census of Kentucky, whifh be required to put 100,000 Ameri- in this citv. Mr. and Mrs. Embry have Dr. Bell's at will go to Crab Orchard Springs for will cover every nhase of life in the can airplanes and 10,000 to 20.000 hand. This effective remedy loosens WOMAN'S CLUB ENJOYS PICNIC The Woman's club picnic at the State The work is to be done bv the aviators into the war. Allen R. Haw-le- a short stay. Louisville Herald. the mucous and permits free and president of the Aero Club of chool teachers throughout the State. natural breathing. Its soothing bal- fair grounds on Ed Ballard's a place very Included in the census will be the America, told a subcommittee of tho THE GREAT BRODHEAD FAIR sams heal tho irritated membrane Thursday afternoon proved The Interior Journal job printing enjoyable The married memname, age and vocation of every House Miliatry Affairs Committee. nnd arrests further inflammation. bers of theaffair. took their husbands this week getting club mai. woman nnd child in tho State. He declared 25,000 aviators could do department is busy for the Brodhead Pleasant to take. Keep Dr. Bell's the unmarried one The fight in Congress over Gov- more toward ending the war than out tho catalogue in the house for all and many- o ernment control of food nnd oth"r 1,000,000 additional soldiers. He in- fair which will bo held August 15, colds and bronchial troubles. At your took their beaux. A splendid lunch was partaken of and the outing provnecessaries has virtually narrowed to dorsed the bill to establish a sepa 1G and 17. The premium list is a very druggist, 25c. comprehensive one, including besides ed a very delightful one. the question of prohibition. Senator rate department of aeronautics. What might remain of the 100, horses, cattle, hogs, sheep, etc., Lodge opened the contest yesterday PICNIC AT SOUTH FORK garden and wofield crois. FAIR MEETING SATURDAY with n speech in favor of continu- 000 airplanes when peace is restor. J. J. Durham nnd Willie Jones are The directors and stockholders of ing the manufacture of beer and ed could be utiliezed efor commer- men's work. Liberal premiums are tho promoters of a big Fourth of and Association the Lincoln wine. He said it would be a burden cial purposes, he said. A French Gov- offered in all rings and classes big- July picnic that will bo given nt are requestedCounty Fair the Knights to meet in to have their ernment commission now is making the fair this year should be the s on gest and best ever held in the hust- South Fork trestle. There will be of Pythias Hall at 3 o'clock Satursupply of beer cut off. Senntor John- plans for such use. speaking, base ball, fat man's race Mr. Hadley predicted that the day ling little town of Brodhead. The nnd many other things too numerous day afternoon, June 30th. Important son, of California, and Kellogg, of air lines was at cntaloguo will be readv for distri- to mention. Tho management ex- business is to bo transacted. B. W. Minnesota, delivered speeches on the of transatlantic bution next week nnd those wanting tends a special invitation to tho Givens, president. bill, promising their support ns a war hand. "We are now manufacturing air pne should write to the secretary, county and Senatorial candidates. measure. DEATH OF INFANT cruisers capable of crossing tho At- Granville Owens, at Brodhead. The Eflle. tho three months old daughlantic, and have both the pilots and officers of the association are J. G. NARROW ESCAPE FROM FIRE CARD OF THANKS lives We are deeply grateful to all who the instruments needed for piloting Frith, president. R. H. Hnmm, The barn on Mr. J. H. Ends' farm ter of Jnmes II. Decker, who tho on nnd Granville Owens, secwere so good nnd thoughtful in the them," he said. was discov- J. H. McAlister's farm on retary and treasurer. Tho directors out on tho Danville pike morning bepike, died last night and illness and death of our child. We nre: J. G. Frith. W. E. Gravely, G. ered on8 fire Tuesday and but for will be buried this afternoon in tho NEVER NEGLECT A COLD shall never forget the kindness and 9 o'clock Haggard, tween A child after bathing, cooling off Owens, C. H. Frith, A. J. 3hown her and us and hope some day the good work of Mr. Ends and his McCormack's church burying ground. to be able to partly reciprocate tin suddenly after exercise and drafts, J. W. Tnte. A. E. Albright, R. H. son, it might have burned to tho JULY 4th LAST DAY many good deeds. The thoughtful-nes- s givo cold germs a that may Hamm, R. S. Shivel. ground. There was some 100 barrels of thoso friends who covered lead to something worse. Safety reof corn in the building. Tho origin of thoAll candidates for county offices in coming primary election will her grave with beautiful flowers will quires early treatment. Keep Dr. Sloan's Liniment For Rheumntium the fire is a mystery. have to file their petitions with ever be cherished bv us, anil we nro King's New Discovery on hand. This Tho pain goes so quickly after County Clerk G. B. Cooper not later e pleasant balsam remedy allays in- you apply Sloan's Liniment for rheuunder lasting obligations to Miss NOTICE! Beazlcy, who nursed nnd enred flammation, soothes tho cough .nnd matic pains, neuralgia, toothache, All persons owning lofs in Crab than July 4th, to get their names on the ballot. rein-tr'for our daughter. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. V. repairs the tissues. Better be safe lumbago, sprains, and its so easy to Orchard cemetery, or havin-Gentry. than sorry. Break up the cold with use. It quickly penetrates and soothburied on same, aro hereby noLITTLE GIRL BREAKS LEG Dr. King's New Discovery before it es without rubbing and is far clean- tified to clean their lots nv oncd. In Mis Mollio Annio Ridder, daughTHE EVILS OF CONSTIPATION is too Into. At your druggist, 50c, er and more effective than mussy cns3 of failuroito do so tho Cemetery Constipation is one of tho main $1.00. plasters or ointments. ( o., will have said work dono nt thoir ter of A. Ridder, fell while playing reasons why tho average human life Keen a bottle in tho house and get expense. R. H. Bronnugh, M M. on a nile of lumber at her homo near Ottenheim and broke one of her legs is below 40 years. Leaving waste WIND STORM DOES DAMAGE prompt relief, not only from all Perkins, M. M. Phillips, ttustce. between the knee and the hip. material in the body, poisor.3 tho s Tho wind storm of Thursday afbut from bruises, strains, nnd blood and makes us liable ternoon blew a portion of tho roof sprains, and all oxter-n- SPEAKING AT CRAB ORCHARD FOURTEEN GIVE $100 EACH Hon. Jay Harlan, candidate for to sick headaches, biliousness, ner- from the homo of R. L. Albright at aches. At your druggist, 25c, 50c, Fourteen of Garrard county's citvousness and muddy skin. When you Rowland and twisted one of the chim- $1.00. State Senator, will speak at Crab Ornoto theso symptoms, try Dr. King's neys of tho residence of Frank Marchard tomorrow, Saturday afternoon izens, headed by T. C. Rankin, gave New Life Pills. Thoy givo prompt re- tin on tho Cut-of- f pike. at 2 o'clock. Dr.xW. B. O'Bannon, $100 each to the Red Cross fund tho PASTURE FOR RENT has other day. lief, are mild, Good grass to graze milk cows. candidate for Representative, in action, add tone to your system and clear Tho Man who hopes to make a Wil take milk for pay. Close to hemp been invited to sneak thero also, but It takes more than a high collar to the complexion. At your druggist, J Mark easy usually makes an Easy house and Dexter Ballou's residence. he is not certain that he can be pres hide a rough neck. n 25c. Murk. ent. Jos. Ballou. Austro-Germans, WITH THE CHURCHES There will be choir practice nt the Christian church nt 7:30 Saturday night. Each member of the choir is urged to be present. Presbyterian Church Sunday, July 1 Patriotic Sunday will be observed. Sunday School at 9:55, MornThe democratic State Central and ing service at 11; C. E. meeting at 7 Executive Committees will hold a o'clock. meeting at The Seelbach in LouisBaptist Church Sunday School at ville July 10th. 9:30 A. M., B. Y. P. U. at 6:45. The An immediate reduction of $1 to pastor will bo in attendance at the $1.50 a ton for coal has been agreed Assembly at Georgetown, hence no upon by representatives of the coal preaching morning or evening. operators, says a Washington disThe union services for the summer will begin on Sunday night, July 1st. patch. The United States cruiser Olym-pi- If the weather is favorable it is exAdmiral Dewey's flagship in the pected that the service will be held e beginBattle of Manila Bay, went ashore in front of the off Block Island. The crow had beer, ning at 7:45. removed. Patriotic Sunday is to be observed The postofficc at Central City wns next Sunday in all the Sunday-schoorobbed and Walter Hnrdwick nnd of the United States in reForrest Withers, vounir men of that sponse to an appeal by President place, arc under arrest charged with Wilson to observe the day by generous giving to the Red Cross. the robbery. Government insurance for soldiers The holiness people of the city nnd sailors will be discussed nt a have erected a church on Broadway conference between Secretary street which will be dedicated next and life insurance company Sunday. Great preparations are being made for the event, and holiness presidents July 2. Early settlements of China's trou- people will gather from all parts of bles was forecast in dispatches telling this section to participate in the ocRev. A. J. Tomlinson, of of the beneficial effects of the recent casion. American note and the formation of Cleveland, Tennessee, will nssist in the dedicatory services. Somerset a coalition Cabinet. The City of Lexington's subscrip- News. Sunday, July 1st, will be "Patrition to the $2,000,000,000 Federal 0 otic Sunday" at the Christian church Liberty Loan has been cut from to $12,000, due to the oversub- nnd will be observed as such in both Sunday School and church services. scription to to loan. Gov. Stanley appointed Charles E. The object is to express gratitude to Boden, of Louisville, for a four-ye- God for our nation; to arouse feelings of loyalty and devotion to the term and B. M. Slaton, of for three years on the nation and to enlist all members in some form of patriotic service. State Board of Embalmers. Mrs. Callie Warner Kastle, widow There will be an offering taken for of Dr. Joseph R. Kastle, was award- some war relief agencies. ed a life pension of $1,200 annually At the Christian Church Sunday, by the Carnegie Foundation for the the morning service will be held at Advancement of Teaching, at Lex- the usual hour. Classes in the Sunington. day school are conducted for all Admitting that she made remarks ages. Men nnd women are especially disloyal to the United States, Miss invited to the organized classes. The Dora Israel was discharged from San subject of the mornimr sermon will Francisco Public Schools after sev- be "Each One Doing His Bit." The enteen years teacher in the local congregation will join in the union e schools. service in front of the Kentucky's registration for the for the evening service. All always National Army was 92.8 per cent, of welcome. the estimate of the Census Bureau, CITIZEN and the State takes rank among the FROM AN Springfield, Mo., June 25 I sec leaders, the average being about 87 bv the label on my paper my time is per cent. Contribution to the Red Cross to- about up. I can't do without it, so taled $114,000,000, according to H. will enclose check for $1.50 for anP. Davison, chairman of the Red other year. We are having fine weaCross War Council. The figure as- ther here. The crops of all kinds are sumes that $20,000,000 in special simply great. Our street car strike dividends will be turned over to the has just been settled, all union men going back to work in a body; comRed Cross. It was announced last night that pany retaining all new men they had the hundred million dollar Red working. The union men retain., this Cross Mercv Fund had been oversub organization but no one required to scribed. Outside of New York, with join in order to work for the company. I don't know how it is going jts quota of $40,000,000, the ar, ast&bulatecLtptal- - to .work. We have had eight months of car strike. I don't want to see Gov. Stanley has signed the death another one. I am one of thirty powarrant of John Henry Blue, Lou- lice and we have certainly had our hands full. The Keet kidnapping isville, a negro who killed Adam with a hatchet case was given lots of work. We think his landlord, when Oster went to collect the rent. we have the guilty parties all in Blue will be sent to the electric jail. We also had a recall election to get our mayor out, but thank goodchair August 10. Newspapers say that more than ness they did not succeed. I think thirty-fiv- e hundred German prison- we have the best mayor I ever saw. ers and 100 officers, also prisoners, Perfectly honest in all things. Just a s wanting him out, so escaped from various parts of Rus- lot of sia through Finland last month. The they can run the city to suit themFinns ore said to have given very selves. Ed, I am glad you are back little help toward recanturing them. at the helm for I did miss your good editorials. The I. J. has more backContracts for 200,000 shirts at $2.52 each have been award- bone than the Springfield Leader ed by the Navy department. The and Republican here. They are both Give my shirt3 are nart of a special uniform afraid of their shadows. to be furnished American sailors on best regards to all my, old friends, Cooper. Judge submarines, submarine chasers, de- especially Thompsie stroyers and other craft on which the Bailey and T. D. Newland. I see in the 1. J. right often where one of men are greatly exposed. The republicans want Thomas C. the old land marks passes away. It Jackson, of Lebai.on, to succeed him- makes me feel like I am getting self as a member of the State Board along in years. Wife and I celebrated of Election Commissioners. The other our 40th wedding anniversary the names sent in are Thomas L. Walker, 23rd of last month (May,) so you of Lexington. Sherman Cooper, of see I am no spring chicken. Love to Somerset. William Gillam, of Scott-vill- everybody. Your old friend, L. L. and W. C. Hannah, of Shelby-vill- Dawson. n, DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER Gnno Powers, a Lexington carpenter, was overcome by heat and died from the effects. While on his way to Lexington, Ben Patterson, of Elizabethtown, nn army recruit, was killed by a train at Tunnel Hill. Wednesday by Rev. A. W. Fortune. Miss Lula Belle Routtc, of Boyle county, but who lived in Lincoln until n few years ago, was married several days ago to Herbert Johnson, a thriving young Boyle county farmer. The bride is the attractive daughter of' W. D. Routte and has many friends in this county who feel to congratulate the young man who has won her heart and hand. tells of the marriage of Miss Prill Newborn nnd Junius H. Reid, two popular Hustonville people. They ware made one after God's holy ordinance at Danville Tuesday and left nt the Phoenix Hotel, Lexington, court-hous- Our Hustonville correspondent ls Mc-Ad- oo $20,-00- immediately for a short bridal trip, returning, they will be at home at Danville, where Mr. Reid htw a splendid position with the Chestnut-Sal-te- r Hardware Co. Both Mr. Reid and his bonnie bride have many friends Imre in Stanford who wish them unalloyed happiness and all the good ttvngs that can come their way. Mr. Reid lived in Stanford for several months and our people remember him as being a most courteous, affable gentleman. Mrs. Reid is a splendid young woman, bright and pleasing, nnd will make the clever gentle-ma- r who has won her a model helpmeet. ar Mnd-isonvil- At Burnside at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Sloan on Wednesday Miss Pearl Acey and Mr. W. D. ARE THEY GERMAN SPIES? A few days ago there came in on tho afternoon train from Richmond two men, who may be German spies. Any way they arc a pair that Stanford was fortunate in getting rid of before they did nny damage. The two engaged seats in Minks' Danville auto, but when he was ready to start, they informed him that they in had made other arrangements, fnct had engaged Harry West to take them over. Mr. Minks had turned down two people who wanted to go nnd he felt that the men should pay him for the seats they had engaged, and so told them. Thcv declined to "come ncross" with the money when the nutomobilo man took one of their grips nnd thoy had seven between them and placed it in his enr, saying that ho would hold it until $2 was paid him. Chief of Police Carter was called by Mr. Mnks and on his nrrivnl they handed over the amount claimed. Later the men came across Mr. Minks nnd drew their guns on him, but did not shoot. Mr. Minks, by good luck, came upon two secret service men and told them about what had hapnened. They took them in charge and found in their grips time fuse, pulverized dynamite, and other enough to blow un a good portion ofthc countv. Where the two men were taken. Mr. Minks does not know, but he told the I. J. Thursday that he had it prettv straight that they were tried on the charge of being spies and that they would or be executed at Fort Thomas, some place near there July 15th. Of course the report may not be true, but there is no doubt about the fellows having with them explosives of a dangerous character and it may have been a very fortunate thing that Mr. Minks had his little misunderstanding with them. nitro-glyccries THE LATEST WAR NEWS The Canadians have taken another hack at the German lines protecting Lens and have captured e positions before Avion and Lcauvette. When the battle ended nnd the Canadians began the work of consolidating their newly won positions their lino extended to within one mile of tho center of Lens. Brazil has revoked her decree of neutrality nnd Germany has a new foe nrrayed against her. have been able to sink 59 per cent, of the munitions tonnage from North America to Great Britain, according to a statement made yesterday in the House of Commons by Dr. Addison, Minister of Munitions. Corp. James Norman Hall, American aviator and member of the Lafayette Flying Squadron, was shot through the lung during a fight with eight German airmen. American troop ships have successfully braved the terrors of Germany's submarine warfare and landed two contingents of American fighting forces in France men of the regular United Stntes army. The troops, the first to rench the war sea, were greeted enthusiastically on their unexpected arrival by the townspeo-nl- e of tho port at which thev debarked. The men, all in fine fettle, have been sent to a nearby training camp, whence they nre expected to proceed soon to a point near the there to remain until they are sent against the enemy. In the Asiago plateau zone tho Austrian artillery has shattered positions taken recently by Italians and reoccupied them. Viena claiming were taken as prisoners. Lively fighting continues between Russians and especially in first-lin1,-8- 00 bat-tlefro- nt, court-hous- e, Ken-ininghn- m Eliz-nbe- th r. , ,- - JF ',.. -- i iiiv-en- s, Os-te- r, sore-head- wind-pro- ff V-c- ut e, e. h Pine-Tar-Hon- y, Pine-Tnr-Hon- - German-American- vice-preside- nt foot-hol- d Lie-ci- r ef 2-- 2 svs-te- rn norve-pain- over-exerci- al non-gripin- g 52-l- The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, June 29, 1917 His friends, and they include all who know the clever gentleman, will regret to learn .that on account of E. C. Walton and J. H. Wright failing health Editor Louis W. Lan-druof the Danville Messenger, has Tntertd at tht portefiei at Stanford, JTy., m been forced to relinquish his work itetnd tUui matt matttr. for a while. It is hoped that he will soon be back on the job, which he HONORS TO CLARK BELATED fills so excellently. The Interior Journal HotW ave Is On! Forward, March To McRoberts & Bailey Store 7 i EHiVBSlC; ktllVKTBWV iMrrHLSr a m h M cvcc-'- - 3fiNWUP' 110 SSIL LIBERTY LOAN BOND kWm WHENJ YOU Dll A & BUY A LIBERTY BOND Liberty it the foundation of our United States. To preserve that Liberty we are today at War. You cannot be neutral. You muit be either FOR or AGAINST the United States. You are FOR this Country Show your Patriotism; show it in a practical way by BUYING A LIBERTY BOND NOW. $50.00, $100.00, $500.00, $1,000.00 or more. They pay you 3 2 per cent interest and are the best security in the world. Every man, woman and child should buy one or more of these Bonds. Come in You can buy a Bond on Easy Payments. nbout the time Speaker was to graduate nt College, Lexington, Transylvania Ky., he shot at a man and war expelled from the institution. He then went to Bethany College, West Virginia, and graduated and afterwards became president of Marshall Col lege, W. Va., being known as "the vnunppst collect nroBident in Amer ica." The fact that the distinguished gentleman who presides over the lower house of congress was a pretty bad boy some 50 years ago, would probably not have been made public at this late day but for the fact that the college authorities decided to forgive jiis youthful indiscretion and issue him a diploma as doctor of laws, which has just been sent to him at Washington, to his very great satisfaction. This is another instance that bad deeds like murder will out, though their recital can not now hurt the man, who still achieving, still pursuing learned to labor and to wait that justice would be done him. When asked about the shooting, the speaker was a little charry, but expressed his satisfaction that he missed his mark. Had he hit it instead and killed his victim, his whole life would have been changed and darkened and he might have occupied a felon s cell instead of the seats of the micrhtv. It was a close call for him, however, and proves how slight is the cord upon which our destiny sometimes hangs. Champ Just . Clark The Cincinnati School Board has cut out German from the common school curriculum. This isn't a bad idea for the city whose inhabitants for a large part are Germans. It will make them give greater study to the language of the country of their adoption. The Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD, KENTUCKY Rev. E. C. Cravens, of the Princeton Christian church, seems to be something of what his name indi cates. He deserted his bride of a few months, leaving a note saying that when she read it he would be on a vessel bound for Europe, but it seems that he didn't go, for when last heard of he was in Louisville, where he bought diamonds to the amount of $675 from J. K. Lemon & Son. The firm called up a Princeton banker before lett'ng him have the jewels and was informed that he had recently married a rich widow and that the purchase did not seem an unreasonable one. Since he has gotten into politics. H. V. Bell's Lawrenceburg News comes without editorial expression. This reminds us that when and the wife of Charlie Armstrong. Harry Williams, colored, died here Sunday of heart trouble. He was on the street a short while before the death summons came. The work on the college building is progressing nicely. The old building has been razed and the foundation for the new one is being laid. Miss Sallie Cooke, of Pittsburgh, Pa., is with Mrs. Josephine Hocker. She will go to Stanford in a day or so to visit her sister, Mrs. G. B. ing from the effects of the auto accident she was in on returnning from Crab Orchard Saturday. Her arm is very sore. Charles T. Bohon and son, Charley, were up from Shakertown Sunday to see Mrs. J. T. Bohon, who is ill. 'Mr. Porter Stagg, of Lexington, came with them. Yowfell & Eads bought of Myers & Allen three of lambs at 15 2 cents: one of Hogs at 14 Yowell & Eads bought of McCor-mac- k & Gann a d of lambs at car-loa- ds c. Dunn. Dr. W. J. Childress went to Mt. Vernon Tuesday to see his sister, who is ill. There were two colored burials at one time Tuesday Harry Williams Ray Murphy went to Georgetown Tuesday. Hon. J. Boyle Stone, of Liberty, was here Tuesday. Col. E. C. Hopper is in Cincinnati on a business trip. W. J. Campbell has traded for Frank North's auto. The recent rains have brought out the crops wonderfully. Thomas Back was over from Danville Sunday to see his parents. Old Sol turned himself loose Tuesday and it has been very hot since. Celery plants for sale. Also coo- bage and late tomato plants. D. W. West HUSTONVILLE Bill Willham left Monday for the Cooper. Mrs. D. H. Skinner is still suffer- 1.' Editor IWYOMHBOSIQM via Louisville & Nashville Railroad 30-Da-y Limit Round Trip Tourist Fares From Stanford NEW YORK $33.10 BOSTON $34.95 a certain Stanford citizen was a candidate for jailer many years ago, he was asked to say something in a which warm protracted meeting was then in progress. "I am not talking now, I am a candidate," rethe gentleman and the sponded preacher just smiled. Brer Bell may be holding his tongue like the Stanford man while he is running for Representative and will "let'er go Gallagher" after the race is over. The Lexington circuit court continues practically to license gambling nouses and houses of ill fame by once or twice a year fining the people 'who run them and who no not stop a day from their nefarious business. If we are not mistaken these people can be sent to prison, but as long as the commonwealth's attorney gets 50 per cent, of the fines, the prison punishment will continue to be omitted. What do these gentry care for fines, which are no larger than the license would be if such disreputable conecrns were licensed? Stiff orison sentences would tell a far different tale, however. car-ioa- Rtduced Fares to many other cities and resorts in the East and North Variable route fares available through Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, Niagara falls, Buffalo, Detroit, Atlantic City, the Adiron-dack- s, Lake Champlain, and other cities and resorts of the bast and North, including trips on Atlantic and Great Lake Steamers. For particulars, rates, folders, etc., apply J. S. RICE, Ticket Agent JUST RECEIVED A Car Load Purina Feed T. W. JONES STANFORD, KY. Bruce Miller has made a wonder ful improvement in the Paris It has always been as chock full of news as a bee is of honey, but the editor was as shy of expressing an opinion as a demure little maiden is to pronounce the word "yes." He has added a, number of interesting features and now not onlv tells his readers what he thinks but does it in double column space. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hudson, of Atlanta, and Mr. and Mrs. Banks Hudson, of Danville, were here Friday to see Mrs. J. T. Bohon, who is ouite ill at her home on "The Heights." Parker Swope and bride, of Nashville, are here with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hocker and other relatives for a few days. Mrs. Swope was Miss Agnes Burton, of Nashville, and our Deople are very much impressed with her. Dr. Hart had the pleasure of repaying June H. Reid for a kindness the other day. When the doctor was married, Mr. Reid was of much assistance to him. Dr. Hart was just as clever to Mr. Reid when the latter took a similar step Tuesdav. June H. Reid and Miss Prill daughter of David J. Newbern, of this city, were married in Danville at 10 o'clock Tuesdav. Accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. Hart they went to Lexington for a brief stay. Mr. Reid is one of Hustonville's most popular men and his bride is a general favorite. They will make their home at Danville, where Mr. Reid has a good position with the Lnestnut-Salte- r New-bern. 15 c. and let them fit you up in a "Keep Kool" Suit of Palm Beach,. Kool Cloth and other summer weight materials. It is our steadfast policy to offer our customers maximum satisfaction for money received. We know we can please you. Prices C. ty. big man and fought for right as he saw right, it mattered not wno it helped or hurt. That class of newspaper men are far too few and far between and the loss of a single one of them is in the nature of a calami tor of the Atlanta Journal, is a loss not only in Georgia to journalism but to the country at large. He was a The death of James R. Gray, edi- The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men 'and women. Regulates bladder troubles in children. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt of $1.00. One bottle is two months treatment, ana seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send for sworn testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, 292G Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. A TEXAS WONDER $6.00 $7.50 $8.00 $10.00 $12.50 M'Roberts Bailey Gents' Furnishings HAPPY HOLLOW The crops are looking fine now. Large crowds attended the social at Crab Orchard Saturday. The stork visited the home of Mr. George Hopkins last Tuesday and uoy. The little ieii a line son has been named Willie Raylen-poun- Stanford, Ky. evening. The boys can stay closer home and fight all they want to. Join the Fall Lick Army. Come to the old mill place. . FARMERS! Remember You Can Get Your A daughter worth $80,000 has been indicted in Louisville for failure to provide for her father, whom she had sent to the poor house. A son might be guilty of such criminal neglect, but it is hard to imagine how n normal daughter could be. But we are constantly being admonished of "how sharper than a serpent's teeth it is to have a thankless child." u Harvestin Oil at Profiting by the terrible fire which recently devastated so much of Atlanta's beautiful territory, the council has ordained that hereafter no house shall be built in the city unless it be provided with a metal roof. This should be the rule everywhere without waiting for the foolish performance of locking the stable after the horse is stolen. mond. W. H. Wells is improving very slowly. Mrs. Eva Wells was the guest of Miss Myrtle Lasure Saturday night. The news spread that Germany and Spain fought rapidly Sunday J. E. Crider, postmaster at Gladstone, Crittenden county, was fined $50 and given ten days in jail for carrying concealed weapons. The dispatch states that some time ago he was held up and robbed of $42 by four men. Two men were arrested and acquitted of the charge, and at the trial Crider admitted that he drew his gun on them. Your Uncle Samuel has just completed his count of gold in his strong box at his assay office in New York You should know this Hail Fellow. and found that it totals $705,000,-00the largest amount ever gotten He may be a friend in need. He together and ten times the normal has saved many tobacco growers quantity. The richest country Is con- from ruin. He is a stantly breaking records of the wealth of the world. 0, A HAIL FELLOW WELL MET Buckwheat! We have about 250 bushels of Buckwheat that we have for seed. If you are going to need any for seed, we advise you to buy now re-clean- ed The Lincoln Pharmacy BRING TOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE I. It ought to be made a capital offense to waste powder in July 4th celebrations this year, as badly as every pound is needed in the war against autocracy. Foster in every way tho spirit of patriotism, but keep your powder for a better and You can secure his protection in y the Hartford Tire Insurance a nobler purpose. afor a few cents a day. Let Tom Watson, Georgia's pestiferous us introduce you. editor and noliticinn. is in tvmililn again. This time his paper is held up uvcause oi nis aiiacxs on the army draft, nendinc a nnnr. Jd office department.decision nf THE INSURANCE MAN Com-pan- Hartford Hail Policy Jesse D. Wearen J. H. Baughman & Co. STANFORD, KY. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, June 29, 1917 Liberty Loans The First Nationa IBank hat subscribed for $20,000 par value of the 15-3- 0 MISS NOE SCORES HIT The Cincinnati Enquirer has this to say of a recital in that city, in which Misa Emma Noe, who frequently visits Miss Berta Jean Penney here and who has many wnrm friends in Stanford, took the leading part: "On Friday afternoon in Mrs. Vnchel Worthington Anderson's big music room, at her home on the Grandin road, with each window n pre-scntel THOSE AWFUL CRAMPS Suf festions that may save Much Suffering Maryiville, Pa. "For twelve years I Buffered with terrible cramps. I would have to stay in bed several days every month. I tried all kinds of remedies and was treated by doctors, but my trouble continued until one day I read about Lydia k pMi"ifj ilm year 3 1.2 per cent Gold Bonds of the United States, believing it was its patriotic duty to aid our country to raise money to prosecute the war, and because we were satisfied it was a safe investment. Those persons desiring to purchase, or subscribe for these bonds will please call, or write, and they will be furnished at par and in- terest, or their personal subscription will be received, and bonds bonds bought for them free of cost. The First National Bank Stanford, Ky. Mrs. S. B. McKenzie and children PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Miss Rachel Hill is visiting friends are visiting relatives at Mt. Vernon. Miss Pattie Green, of Danville, in Danville. Mrs. E. C. Walton has returned spent Thursday with Mrs. P. M. Mc- - Nuchols, of spent a day or so with his sister, Mrs. C. Hays Foster. Mrs. J. F. Gover is able to be out after an illness of two weeks. Miss Jane Hocker is in Lebanon, the guest of Miss Frances Dant. Mrs. Ghelon Rout, of Versailles, was the guest of Mrs. J. W. Rout Thursday. Prof. Cassidy, president of Madison Female Institute, was here from Richmond this week. Miss Roberta Blain, of Indianapo lis, will arrive tomorrow to visit her parents at Hustonville. Prof. Walter Hopper, of Mt Sterling, has been the guest of his mother, Mrs. Kittie Hopper. Mrs. John B. Nevius has returned to her home at Lebanon Junction after a visit to relatives here. Mr. Joe S. Rice spent several days in Louisville this week with his old friend. Col. W. F. Sheridan. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Helm, of More-lanhave been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom. Ballard at Lancaster. Mr. A. E. Albright, wife and children, of Brodhead, were guests a few days ago of Rev. R. R. R. Noel. Mrs. E. G. Hulse. of Hopkinsville, and Mrs. VanArsdale. the latter the mother of Mrs. H. M. Noe, are her guests. Mr.' and Mrs. E. E. Owens, of Birminghma. Ala., are the guests of their sister, Mrs. E. J. Tanner at Mr. Norwood Pine-vill- e, d, from Catlettsburg. Mrs. M. D. Early has Georgetown this week. been in Miss Sallie R. Cooke, of Pittsburgh, Pa., is with her sister, Mrs. Mrs. Sam P. Deatherage, of Richmond, has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. R. T. Bruce. Miss Mary Burch, who taught the past year at Washington, D. C., is at home for the summer. Mr. J. C. King, of Norman, Okla., passed up to Crab Orchard this morning to visit the scenes of his younger days. Mrs. G. H. Preston, of Junction City, is spending the day with Mrs. Permelia Brown. G. B. Cooper. Roberts. frame for different picture of the garden, Miss Minnie Tracey her gifted pupil, Miss Emma Noe, in n recital that brought both compliments. The d many program was well balanced and attractive, each number being sung with charming art in the original French, German, Italian or English. Miss Noe's voice is a brilliant dramatic soprano, with a wide range that Miss Tracey has developed with great success. To the native opulence of her voice, which is very lovely, Miss Traccv has added the art of interpretation and dramatic color, which were particularly noticenble in the last act of "L'Africane," which the young artiste sang with grace, fervor and understanding, ncting the role with an nbandon born of her admirable training. Both Miss Tracey and Miss Noe were a center of congratulation afjter the music, receiving the audience with Mis. Anderson. A few of those offering their warmest commendations were Mrs. Longworth, Mr. and Mrs. Bellamy Storer, Mrs. Frederick Hinkie. Dr. and Mrs. Hnr-ol- d Beckett Gibbs, Mrs. Hoadly. M. Tirindelli, Mrs. Nathan Powell, Mrs. Mrs. C. G. Telford Grooesbeck, Blake, Mrs. Evans Lippincott and her sliest. Mrs. Morse, of Paris: Mrs. Phillip Hinkie, Mrs. Harrv Kinney, Miss Lucy Pendleton White, Mmc. Dotti. Miss Georgia Bell, Miss Elten-bet- h Blake. Misses Julia, Mary and Margaret Anderson. Miss Elizabeth Barbour, who played the difficult acwith consummate companiments skill; Miss Marion Devereux. Mrs. Maurice Joseph and Mrs. Samuel Assur. well-earne- III1H1II table Compound and what it had done for I tried it others. ' v A. and now I am never troubled with cramp3 and feel like a different woman. I cannot praiso Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound too highly nnd I am recommending it to my friends who suffer as I did. " Mrs. George R. Naylor, Box 72, Marysvilie, Pa. Young women who are troubled with painful or irregular periods, backache, sensations, headache, drngging-dow- n fainting spells or indigestion should take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Thousands have been restored to health by this root and herb remedy. Write for free nnd helpful advice to Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (confidential), Lynn, Mass. Only women open and read such letters. . E. Pinkham's Vege- The Warm Days Have Come To Stay and now you will want the boy a cool suit. We have them in the famous "Wooly Boy" make. These clothes are known the world over to be the best made. They are cut to fit and sewed together so they will last much longer than other makes at same price. Also a new line of Wash Suits for the little fellow : : : Come and get the boys a suit. THE ONLY WAY Mrs. Youngbride I don't want to have any trouble with you, Bridget. Cook Then, bedad, ma'am, let me hear no complaints. L. L. Turner, traveling passenger agent of the C. B. & Q., was here today with Mr. Logan McCall. Mr. W. M. Dudderar, of the West End, passed through to Gilbert's Creek this morning to visit his nephew, Mr. S. K. Dudderar. Mesdames B. D. Carter and Carl Carter and son spent a portion of Thursday and Friday with the former's mother, near rilltchellsburg. Rev. and Mrs. D. M. Walker and little daughter, Mary Thomas, of Shelbyville, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Blackerby last week several days. Frank Phillips and bride arrived last night from their bridal tour, which was spent in several Eastern cities. They are at home at Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Warner's, on Portman avenue. The bride was the charming Miss Cora Perkins, ox uarrard coun ty. spent from Tuesday until Thursdnv with the former's mother. Mrs. Susan Yeaeer. It was the first visit that Mrs. Williams has made the folks back homo since her marriage and she was given a hearty welcome. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Shnnks, of Stanford spent Sundnv with Mr and Mrs. T. E. Baldwin in the country. Miss Ollio Baldwin, who has 'jeers improving greatlv since going to PFnnford with her Miter, Mrs. Shanks, came over with them. Her many friends were greatlv pleased to sec her looking so much hotter. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Baughman, of motored over Sunday Stanford, night to hear Bryan srruk. Richmond Climax. There la more Catarrh In this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and for years It was supposed to be Incurable. Doctors prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment, pronounced it Incurable. Catarrh is a local disease, greatly Influenced by constitutional conditions and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is a constitutional remedy. Is taken Internally and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces Rock Hill. S. C, of the System. One Hundred Dollars reMr. and Mrs. O. W. Hollar, of ward is offered for any case that Hall's Youngstown, O., and Mrs. Allison, of Catarrh Medicine fails to cure. Send for and testimonials. Paris, are guests of Mr. W. M. Hol- circularsCHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. P. J. lar, out on route No. 4. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Pennington, little Hall's Family Tills for constipation. Miss Marv Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Pendaughter of DOUBLE nington, is the youngest member of IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES DEVELOPMENT H. C. Kennedy has withdrawn from the Red Cross in Lincoln countv. CR MONEY BACK Miss Florence Givens. Mrs. Mil- the race for the republican nominaduring the first tls dred Beazley awl Miss Liccie Beaz-le- y tion for county attorney of Pulaki. tllw wcc-- 3 ol acblck'olllc. Lancaster is to have a new cemewere the euests of Mrs. P. C. In cSectcrboard bacs Luncaster only. Sandidg at Milledceville yesterday. tery. Those Mr. and Mrs. Horace Bohon, of people can't even put up with an old Bowling Green, hnve boen with his burying ground. Prof. J. R. Johnson has withdrawn mother. Mrs. J. T. Bohon. in the West End. Mrs. Bohon has been very fiom the race for the, democratic nomination for Representative of sick. Mrs. C. E Bower and little daugh- Madison county. The First National Bank building BH0WDR ters, of Pontine, Mich., who have LffiPBMH',ttMoisinfliTOBoqr been visiting her sister, Mrs. W. H. at Harrodsburg, one of the most hisnPf i Worshnm at Corbin, have returned toric landmarks in that city, is being wiiiipiBin here to visit her parents, Mr. and razed to make way for a handsome yellow brick structure. Mrs. J. F. Gover. At a meeting of the County Board Mrs, Kate Miller is home from FOR SALE BY Pittsburgh. Pa., where she has been of Education of Mercer county it was in a school for several years. She is decided to have an eight months' looking splendidly and her many term for the country schools. They friends here are delighted to have will beirin in Autrust. instead of July. her in their midst again. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Severance and Mrs. Alice Pickett motored to Lexington Monday. Mrs. Pickett remained with her daughter, Miss Bessie Pickett for a few davs before going to her home at Shelbyville. Miss Alice Rankin, of Tulsa, Okignorance may startle you. portant subject. It tells how to keep lahoma, arrived todav to be the Your the blood strong and free from the guest of Miss Emma Hnvs. Her broFew people know of the many I many impurities to which it is con ther, Ed Rankin will join her Sat- functions of the blood supply, and stantlv subject, urday. This is their first visit here just how important it is that it be It gives the history of S. S. S., the since thev left some seven vears nnro. kept absolutely free from all impuri- world's most successful blood remedy, Mrs. R. S. Lvtle and Miss Koouie ties. The health of the. entire body which has been sold for more than Penny are visiting the family of Dr depends upon the condition of the fifty years b. druggists everywhere. W. .B. Penny in Parsons, Kansas. Mr. blood. You are invited to write and This book will be sent free to all and Mrs. Leo Ever and sons. Joe and obtain a booklet that gives you some who write to Swift Specific Co., John Ever, of Ottenheim, were the invaluable information on this im- - Dept. A Atlanta, Ga, puests of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Bodner Sunday. Danville Messeneer Mr Ben Edwnrd Willlnms mid Miss Mnrv Williams, of NichnlasviMe of Lancaster, was the guest of her daughter. Mrs. J. M. Casey, on her return from Liberty. Mr. C. N. Wilder, the Hustonville miller, was here the other afternoon returning from a businss trip to the mountains. Miss Elizabeth Higeins has returned home after a delightful visit to her sister, Mrs. R. T. Fewell at Mrs. R. B. Wilkinson, Mrs. Elizabeth Curd, aged 87, is Howard Grant, a brother of Kenton Grant, who was thrown from a dead in the Corr.ishville section of . mule and killed in Madison county, Mercer. days after attending his CENT-A-WORdied a few D ADS brother's burial. He grew ill at the worn escn iMuf, cih (Ada aere r i cent funeral. 1pm ttmn 25c pftch ImtiO with orator en ad A secret German wireless plant day has been found on an island off the or AUTO SERVICE anywhere; Call night; reasonable prices. coast of Norway. phone 234. T. H. Eads. LOST Between Fowle's coal SALE Desirable FOR HOME last Thursday yards home in Crab Orchard. Six rooms eveningand Stanford N. W. Fowle.l two $5. bills. with hall. One of the best built LOST A pair of houses in town. All necessary outbuildings. Fine well of water. Four nose glasses, with chain and catch acres of ground. Plenty of fruit. Ad- attached. Leave with me and get52--re1 dress W. W. Burgin, Crab Orchard ward. J. L. Beazley. BIDS for the surplus milk from or Stanford. July 1 to Dec. 31, 1917, will be received until 12 o'clock June 30. 51-- 2 Stanford Cramery Co. NOTICE I have two seven-foMcCormack binders, will sell at $150, FARM LOANS if sold at once. Latest improved. E. 52-T. Pence, Jr., Stanford. Over 3 Million Loaned Through Red pig, weighing about LOST This Office 45 to 50 pounds. Last seen near J. T. Embry place, on Rush Branch pike. 52-Reward. J. L. Beazley. FOR SALE Fine yearling Duroc INSURANCE boar; young Duroc boars and gilts very fine Jersey BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE and a Berry, Hustonville, cow fresh. Ky. f R. L. Ckeapside Jr. Short Lexington, Ky. FURNITURE, Mattings, Druggets, Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, Pictures and Stoves. W. A. Tribble, 28tf Stanford. Main registered Duroc FOR To grow quickly, your chicks must Jersey SALE A by Huber's Super-bBoar. Sired have something besides grain. Belle. Two years old dam and a great individual. See me for! FOR SALE A manure spreader further information, f. H. Cormmey, made by the International Harvester Co. It is in first class condition and LiSBB supplies Stanford. f the elements in which Wil-lisell NOTICE After July 1st your will Crabat a bargain. Mrs. J. B. 45tf. grsia is deficient Orchard. makes bone, blood. milk will not be left unless the botMANAGERS WANTED District ' feathers, nervee, and tle you received the day before is lean meat. When fed out. I will collect all bottles that are and local managers wanted in this as directed, with now out by the first of July, so and adjoining counties to represent Purina Chick Feed, please put the ones you have out. J. The Knights and Ladies of Security, we Guarantee America's most popular and fastest B. Camenisch. 2 41-F- tf gold-rimme- d S4-e- ot ROBINSON'S This Is The Week To Buy 5 Per Cent ot 1 W. KING & SON jlwicetheweight tf -- 46-t- Binders & Binder Twine W. H. HIGGINS Stanford, Ky. growing fraternal insurance society. 25 years old; 200,000 members; assets. Writes partial disability, total disability, old age. death, also juvenile insurance Will soon maintain great home and hospital for orphans, aged and afflicted members. Write at once. Reference required. Address J. M. Kirkpatrick, President, Topeka, Kansas. s. arsixweeKs. Purina Street a. C.-vil- le Chicken Chowder 52-t- 51-- te t'"TI3 Q'Tr QJS. SOME THINGS TO THINK ABOUT BEFORE BUYING YOUR NEXT SUIT Clothes-buyin- g is serious business, treat it that way. We will be glad to prove whatever we advertise. One of the most effective ways is for you to get our prices and see if you can match our values anywhere in Worsteds, Cheviots, Flannels and Blue Serges; patterns of solid color effects, in blue, grey and brown; mixtures in numerous shadings, plaids, checks and stripes; quarter, half or All-Wool a HvH'PwjWpurTnaIi NJfcf t W. H. HIGGINS What Do You Know About Your Blood Supply? I ( full lined $10, $12, $15, $18, $20 and $25 Just the Suit for Hot Summer Days Palm Beach, Cool Cloth, Cool Crash and Mohair, with belted back, plain back, or the newest model with the belt all around $6.50, $7.50, $8.50, $9.50, $10, $12.50 and $15 Don't mistake lower prices for economy, for conditions don't permit it. Lower prices than ours simply mean that you'll have to buy two suits to give you the same wear that you'll get out of one of ours. Don't fail to see our show windows they will surely appeal to you, with a showing of the season's most apparel not surpassed any place. Silk Shirts, Silk Collars, Wash Ties, Hand Bags, Summer Hats and Fancy Hat Bands; e Bathing Suits for Men, Women a large variety of and Children, in all sizes from 24 to 46 black and blue bodies, trimmed in red, orange, green and white stripes. We will be glad to show you, up-to-da- te Summer Time Is Here AND YOU WANT TO CLEAN UP AND MAKE THINGS LOOK FRESH AROUND THE HOUSE COME TO SEE US One-Piec- Come to our store and find everything that it takes. We have just received a beautiful line of RUGS ' FURNITURE MEN PENCE & HILL STANFORD, faStM? PHILLIPS & PHILLIPS STANFORD'S BIGGEST STORE KENTUCKY M A W ' t The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Friday, June 29, 1917 Do You Know? That You Ought to Own Your Own Home and Stop Working Yourself to Death In Ac- cumulating W'alth for the Other Fellow? Do you know that the rents you are paying is making him richer each year and you have nothing to show for it except a receipt which is valueless? Don't you know that you'll never do anything unless you make a start and NOW is the time to act? You will be old directly, your life spent and nothing to show for it. Figure anyway you want to and the inevitable result is always the same the "Hoe End" for Mr. Renter. Can you afford to let golden opportunities go by each day when the other fellow is buying places and with the prices at the top paying for them with the crop in one year? Think it over and ACT. Delay will never get you any- Federal control. . Somerset, were with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harve Foley this week. thing. Come to see us and talk and son, of Mr. Phil it over. We have a splendid HAVE YOU BEEN SICK? lan, visited Pettusbrothers, Will Harand his list of good propositions. Here Tom Pettus here Saturday and SunThen you realize the utter weakness day. are a few: resNo. 226 Nice larpe idence; large barn; all necessary outyr.rds and garden; buildings; and barn lot: also vacant building lot. On good street in good town, If you etc. Price only $1,000.00. want a nice home at a fiRUi-- that will amaze you, it won't pay you to pass this one by. building, No. 227 Nice splendidly located on the best street in town and right in the business secres tion. Everything in pair Rents for $25.00 per month. Pays 10rr on the investment. Why not put that money that you have in the bank and paying you nothing, into this proposition and draw your dividend each month? acres of No. 228 Thirty-thre- e s hemp and tobacco land one mile from the courthouse; good barn, double crib, splendidly watered and fenced, and fine building site. If s you want a farm, close to town and good school, it will pay to investigate this one for it is sure going to sell. No. 229 Thirty-si- x acres of good land, part of it in the city limits and some magnificent building lots on it. House, large barn, splendid voung orchard, etc. Give this a look and you will buy it. For it will be sold worth the money. No. 230 10G acre farm about 4 miles from town or. the Boone Hightwo-stor- y lai-R- e c two-stor- CRAB ORCHARD Mr. and Mrs. Silas Anderson left That So Many Stanford People Fall for Louisville Sunday. Miss Mac Campbell, of Danville, To Recognize Kidney Weakness is with Mrs. R. L. Collier . Miss Susie Hunt left Monday to Are you a bnd victim? Suffer twinges; headaches, dizzy visit relatives at Brodhcad. Misses Myrtle and Edna Jones respells? turned to London Thursday. Go to bed tired get up tired? Miss Anna Forbes, of Richmond, It's surprising how few suspect the visited Mrs. Mollie Burgin Monday. kidnevs. Mr. Herbert Beswick, of Lebanon, It's surprising how few know what was to sec Miss Maymie Holmnn Sat to do. Kidney trouble needs kidney treat- urdny. Mrs. Samantha King, of Gum Sulment. Doan's Kidney Pills arc for the phur, visited Mrs. McClurc Saturday 23rd. kidneys only. Rev. Pcrvis has bought the auto Have convinced Stanford people of belonging to L. L. Sanders and can their merit. Here's a Stanford case; Stanford run it real well. Mrs. Riley and son, of Henderson, testimony. Kidney sufferers hereabout should arc with her brothers, Messr3. George and Thomas Lyne. read it. Mrs. W. R. Dillion, of London R. G. Jones, Whitley Ave., Stanford, says: "I had nttacks of kidney gladdened her many friends by a complaint and the kidney secretions short visit Monday. John Stephenson, Jr., came over were irregular in passage; at times too free then again scanty in pas- from Nicholasville Friday and staysage and containing sediment. My ed until after the 23rd. Messrs. Walter and Ed Rogers, of back was sore and lame and I could hardly bend over or move my back in Somerset, have been with their parany way on account of sharp catches ents hero for a few days. Miss Pnttie Perkins and mother, of ocross my kidneys. Ulack spots lloat-c- d before my eyes. I hnd dizzy Stanford, were with Mrs. W. E. Perspells and headaches, also. I rend of kins and Miss Bird Perkins. Mrs. William Fife and children, of Doan's Kidney Pills and bought some at Penny's Drug Store. They streng- Winchester, arc with her parents, thened my back and put my kidneys Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Chadwick. Mrs. Cnllin and daughter, Miss in good order." Price GOc, at all dealers. Don't Nannie have been guests of Mrs. simply ask for a kidney remedy John McClure and Miss Nadine. get Doan's Kidney Pills the same Mr. Otis Newland, of Burnside, Foster-Milbur- n came to visit his children here and that Mrs. Jones had. 52-- 1 Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. take in the Masonic Celebration. Mr. Tom Manuel and wife, of The Administration Food Control Gravel Swith, were here to see Mr. Bill passed by the House was re- and Mrs. James Manuel Sunday. Mr. Billy George Holman, of Tenwritten by a Senate Agriculture Subcommittee so as to give President nessee, was to see his mother and Wilson the power and responsibility sister here Saturday nnd Sundny. of deciding whether the nation shall Mr. James Pleasants and his be "bone dry" during the war, and Misses Polly and Susan, were to place iron and steel and other cuests of Mrs. Nnn Elder this week. products besides food and fuel under Mrs. Ora Watson and son, of IT'S SURPRISING phine Carpenter, of Stanford, and Mr. James Leavcll, of Lancaster, were with Mrs. M. E. Fish and Mrs. Will Pettus Saturday. Mr. Herbert Bell, who has a fine position in Cincinnati, visited his parents here tho 23rd, nnd returned to Cincinnati Sunday accom panied by Mrs. Mendolsohn and dnughtcr. who were pleasant visitors Mrs. George Stephenson and Mrs. of from the experience that ten thousand people could be accommodated and entertained in her midst. A more orderly crowd was never together and Crab Orchard is proud to be the scene of such an assemblage of intellectual and talented people, and proud of Masonry and its wonderful Louis Bell. Crab Orchard has about recovered Mr. Shelby Burgin and mother, Misses Tudor, Elsie Dean White. Miss Doty and Annie Forbes, of Richmond, were guests of Dr. and Mrs. Bottle Burgin Saturday. Rev. Clerc, of Wilmorc, preached fine sermons at tho Baptist church hero Sunday morning and evening. Every one nones the church can get him for one Sunday at least. The friends of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. W. Tinsley, of Barbourville, were glad to be with them again. They visited Dr. and Mrs. Burgin nnd spent some time nt the Springs. Mrs. Dexter Ballou and children, Mrs. J. G. Carpenter nnd Miss Jose- Jl0E3HHsiBHsilslHHHBHHHsiHBHHHHI Children Cry for Fletcher's t2JsrTBssHsB"sP,sB"assr,sseH? The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of J. and has been made under his sonal supervision since its infancy. ir V ' Allow no one to deceive vnti in this. d " are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment per-2"t- "" Just-as-goo- Castorla 13 a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age b its rtiarantec. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic r.a.d What is CASTOR I A y first-clas- first-clas- Report of the condition of THE LINCOLN TRUST COMPANY doing business at the town of Stanford, County of Lincoln, State of Kentucky, at the close of business, on the 20th day of June, 1917. Resources Loans and Discounts $33,404.27 Due from banks 1.24 Total Liabilities Capital Stock paid in, in Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid.. Bills Payable Other Liabilities not included under any of above heads cash $25,000.00 871.01 2,900.00 $33,405.51 The marriage of Mrs. Maggie Gover was so cleverly performed as I to surprise even her most intimate friends here. However, she was so jBears the Signature of dearly beloved, by them that they willingly forgive, and all wish to g join in one grand that she and the man of her choice will go down the hill of life together ncacefully, contentedly and joyfulM. ly. Miss Lenna B. Mayfield, of El Centro, Cal., is the guest - of her aunt, Mrs. Flem Jones. Miss May-fiel- d is both handsome and accomplished, being a teacher in her city. Her mother, who died some time ago Kind You was Miss Anna Stuart, of this place. THK CENTAUH COMPANY, NgW VORK CITV. After a short visit here Miss May-fiel- d I'PHt.' i and Mrs. Logan Stephenson will visit ther aunt, Mrs. Alee Davis, Mrs. Minnie Carter tied her drunkThe body of Fern B. Ashbrook, of that robs ambition, destroys appetite, Mrs. Margaret Sparrow and little near Charleston, S. C. whom she has en husband to the bed while he slept Naples, W. Va., was found in a seto never seen. Jack, are up from Louisville and makes work a burden. in their home near Cumberland. Ma.. cluded outhouse at Catlettsburg. To restore that streiigthandstaminatliat spend a few days with Mrs. Mary A Houston, Texas, company paid and then shot him to death. Foul play is suspected. is so essential, nothing has ever equaled Culton. Mr. Harve Vanhook and daughter, $925 at auction for the first bale of or compared with Scott's Emulsion, beMiss Ollie Crow, of Burnside, were 1917 cotton on the Houston cotton cause its strength sustaining nourishCherry market. ment invigorates the blood to distribute guests of Mrs. J. Thomas energy throughout the body while its tonic Saturday. Miss Angie Hunt, of Marctburg, value sharpens the appetite and restores and Miss Marietta King, of Brodhealth in a natural, permanent way. MAR., i HADE If you are run down, tired, nervous, hcad, were visitors of Mrs. Daisy overworked or lack strength, get Scott's Hunt this week. Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Hilton, MissEmulsion It is free froin alcohol. will Scott & llownc. IHooiuDcld, N. J. es Ruby Hilton and Nancy Hunn. of A TESTED REMEDYSr Mrs. of Stanford, were with Mr. and QrUOUSNESS.INDIGESTION.TOPPlD LIVER.. work. therefrom, and by rcguiating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising GENUINE CASTOR A '-GMt&- ALWAYS well-wishin- &&Yt Ifl Use For Over 30 Years The Have Always Bought "'! -- to-da- y. StaVeE Vegetable Hen's Shirts Tablets You first-clas- 4,034.50 drive from the county seat. Price $100.00 per acre and terms right. No. 231 Nice residence with all modern improvements and seven acres of land. Right in town and a magnificet home. Will sell or trade for a farm. Ask about this place. The price is right and terms are easy. two-stor- y y resHas a splendid ilience; large barn, crib, etc. Lays well and all good dirt. Well watered and fenced. In splendid community and only about twenty minutes two-stor- way. $33,405.51 Total State of Kentucky, Set. County of Lincoln We. W. H. Shanks and W. M. Bright, President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemly swear that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. W. H. SHANKS, President W. M. BRIGHT, Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 28th dav of June. 1917. My Commission Expires Feb. 7, 1920. W. W. Saunders, Notary Public. Correct Attest : J. N. MENEFEE, G. W. CARTER, J. B. PAXTON, Frazier Hurt Saturday. Mrs. Maurice Perkins has been sick for some days and Mr. Levi Elder has also been sick. Rondel Manuel is threatened with fever. Every., one in town' had visitors during the dav of the 23rd, but as many have failed to report to me, I fear I can give but a partial list. Mrs. Carroll Bailey, Miss Ophelia Lackey and Miss Mary Bailey, of Stanford, were guests of Mrs. W. J. Edmiston Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Porter, of London, has been the guest of Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Jones. Miss Allen, of Danville, has also been a visitor of Mrs. Jones. Much sympathy is felt for the children of Mrs. George Parrish, who have been bereft of a good Christian mother, who devoted her whole life to them. One of the sweetest and most popular visitors to our town is Miss Bessie Poynter, of Mt. Vernon, who is the guest of Miss Tanna Thompson this week. rWaM3TI7iMBE4sr-3Iinaaa- Constipation and dizziness., need more shirts for these hot days. We have a large stock new patterns for you to select from. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Trial Package FREE on request STA-WE- L W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Kentucky Springfield, Mo. REMEDY COMPANY Big Barbecue AND " THE OLD RELIABLE" Auction Farm Sale The John D. Carpenter Farm of 206 Acres vithin a mile of Hustonville, and one of the best farms in the county to be sold in lots of 20 acres and up. Goes to the highest bidders at REMEDYFORMEN. 1 i iiuw lijj.1 rrvr- - ATYCUR DRURGI5T. .. . . GO TO IT Nice oranire trrove in Florida for sale or exchange for farm Directors in this section. This grove is bearing, well located and a fine propo- acres of land; nice new house of sition for some for an investment or seven rooms; store-rooall necesi a winter home in Florida. sary outbuildings, etc. On good pike, No. 233 Nice wholesale and re- close to town and in splendid neighPrice only $3,500.00 and tail furniture business in a good borhood.easy. Will also consider a town of six thousand population. terms Nice line of goods bought at the right trade on this property for a good prices and a nice lot of installment farm and pay the difference. accounts Travel two men and pays '2Qtfo dividend on the amount invested. We also have several very attractive business propositions in different towns that will pay you to if you are thinking of goOffice Phone 180 ing in business such as moving picHome Phones 152 and 184 ture show, drug store, restaurants, No. 232 Mt. Vernon Fair AUGUST 8, 9, 10 fmif OiteDrjpp down 9 Bourbon Poultry Remedy Hughes & McCarty Kentucky ttncl't windpipe fTT19EvC A few drops In tho uriukini water cuies K X"A AJk nudnrevcntswhlta (llanlioea, cholera and other chick diseases. One bottlo makes IA KUIIUI13UI JIIUUIUIUU. Jib ui )V mall lXMtnalcl.at Valu able iioultry book frvo on request. ; Tii2 ft 10:30 sharp on nt etc. I0UBI0I IEIEDT CO., Lulnstoa. Kr. No. 234i Seven and one half Stanford, Friday, July 6th RAIN OR SHINE Music by excellent Band! Free Dinner, a Barrel of Flour and valuable souvenirs Free! years time being given on The terms of the sale will be easy-thr- ee deferred payments. You can find no better farms in Lincoln county than the John D. Carpenter farm and you have a chance to buy any part of it or all of it if you prefer. Attend the sale and tell your friends about it. It is going to sell at some price. For further particulars see, phone or write to John A. Wagner, Hustonville, Ky., care Hotel. Fairness to All Favoritism to None Is the Policy of the Tri-Sta- te A splendid opportunity to get a good home. Butter Co., Cincinnati. 0. TRI-STAT- Over 20,000 farmers in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana are Belling us our Cream, averaging them over 4Q cents per pound for Butter Fat during May. E No shopper over lost a dollar dealing with us. Ask any or let us send patron what ho thinks of the you FREE TRIAL CANS PREPAID for thirty days trial. You can ship on any train day or night and every shipment is guaranteed against loss or damage in transit and paid for Spot Cash. TRI-STAT- E, I I Can Save You Money! am agent for the ROBERTS MARBLE CO., of Ball Ground, Ga. Every monument guaranteed to be of Tri-Sta- te Butter Co., Cincinnati, 0. RESPONSIBLE SAFE PERMANENT the very best marble or granite. Our $7.50 Baby Headstones has the same careful attention as the Monument costing thousands. Let me prove to you that I can save you money on the very best grade of monuments. The United Realty Company O. T. WALLACE, General Manager Wilmington, N. C. 1 J. S. TURPIN Butt.r Sexton of Buffalo Springs Cem.t.ry STANFORD, KY. Sell Ut Your Sour Cream and Let Us Churn the x i