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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): July 3, 1917 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1917 int1917070301_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): July 3, 1917 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ' - PSF. . jCw..' f -- - Established 1860 58th Year. No. 53 DOINGS The Interior THE COUNTRY OVER The law abolishing capital punishment has become effective in Missouri. A strike of the coal miners In Hopkins, Union, Webster, Christian nnd Henderson counties has been called for today. At Covington Edward Wright shot nnd killed his wife, his and then shot himself through the head. His wife had filed suit for disister-in-law f JournajI Tuesdays and Fridayi THE LATEST WAR NEWS Prisoners exceeding 10,000 nnd capture of the village of Koniuchy and strongly fortified positions southwest of Brzcznny are the first fruits of the new offensive movement of tho Russinn forces In Eastern Gnlicla. North of Koniuchy the Russians havo attacked and fresh battles are in progress. The Russinn nrtillcry, long innctlve from lnck of shells, played an important pnrt in s the defeat of tho at Koniuchy. For forty days a rain of iron wns thrown into the Germnn positions nnd Berlin snys officinlly thnt they were turned into n crater field. The Russinns not only carried three lines of Germnn trenches and Koniuchy, which wns strongly fortified, but nlso ndvnnced to the Koniuchy strcnm south of the villngc, which is on the Ziota Lipn River. The new Emporer of China has taken possession of the palace, closely guarded by military leaders. Washington was shocked by the change of Government in China to a monarchy. The French armored cruiser, Richer, 7.578 tons, hns been sunk off Point S. Mathicu while on her way from Daker, Africa, to Brest. She was destroyed bv n mine with the loss of thirty-eigh- t men. Greece has severed diplomatic relations with Germany nnd her allies and appnrentlv soon will take the field against them on the side of the Entente. Eightv-seveof the German merchant ships seized in American ports at the outbreak of the war were turned over by President Wilson to the Shipping Board for operation. Austro-Gcrmann AV i Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, Tuesday, July 3, 1917 -, tion became seriously affected, and it was apparent that his condition wns critical. A few days ago, in hope that the change would benefit him, he was brought from his home near McKinncy to his sister's Mrs. Bettiq vorce. McKinncy. in Stanford, nnd it was A Paris dsipatch says that a housethere he received the finnl summons. wife cannot buy n sack of Mr. Givcns wns born in this councoal in France for love nor money, ty April 28, 1838, the son of Robert but that the highbrows enn get it at II. Givcns nnd Amnndn $75 per ton. Walker Givcns. His fnmily, both on the maHugh M. Dorscy, who beenme ternal and paternal side, had long by his prosecution of Leo been established in this county. His Frank at Altantn, was inaugurated mother was a great granddnughter governor of Georgia Saturday, sucof Major Andrew Wnllace, a soldier ceeding Nat E. Harris. of the American Revolution, who Dr. Thomas Judson Shipman, forcame here at the close of the war. merly of this State, but recently She was also a descendant of Dr. "Kentuckinns. You find them every- pastor of the Frist Baptist church Thomas Walker, who led nn explornt Richmond, where even to the utmost parts of at Meridian, Miss., died to a ing party into Kentucky some years va., sanitarithe enrth and whereever you meet um. while being taken before Daniel Boone first came into him you have a feeling you have met this country. Mr. Givcns' father was A trolley car on the gorge route a friend from down home, for always a farmer, nnd his son chose fnrming he good fellowship that exists only carrying forty persons, jumped the as he life occupation. nmong Kentuckinns prevails through- track and ran into the Niagara River. A man of strong convictions, he They are noted for Eight persons are known to have out the world. believed in the justice of the Southunder the leadership mnnncrs, love of moon- been killed, two are missing and of The revival W. T. Brooks their gentle Evangelist and his BIG SHOOT AT C. O. SPRINGS ern cause, and on Sept. 8, 1802, he injured. shine whiskv nnd a turning of the twenty-fou- r Wednesday and Thursday, July 4 gave himself to the support of the Eunice Battle, aged 13, is dead at singer, Mr. Sam Lewis will begin at cylinder with a quickness that deConfederacy, enlisting in ceives the eye. A man is always at Lexington. When President Wilson the Christinn church this week. The and 5, will be big days for those "A". Cth Kentucky Cavalry, Company evnngelist and Kentuckinns gun to home and is never lonesome if he was married, the little girl sent her preliminary will arrive Thursday that powder." A who loveshoot "spill been This was Captain "Bob" C. S. A. Logan's has is from Kentucky. The old command congratulatons. President Wilson on night lookingservices will be held Grigsby's regiment, planned nnd Crab or 0th Infantry is filled with the best being notified of her death, sent a full force by to hnve the meeting in was decided on as Orchard Springs company, Col. Morgan's command. Sunday. Mr. Brooks is the place to hold Gen.. John II. brand of those pentlcmen. Just ask beautiful floral design. Sherman Jewell, aged 00, and a no stranger in Lincoln county, hav- it. Everything is in readiness for it The phrase "Morgan's Men" has Cabell Woods, if you don't believe come down to us ing been at me. I'll bet ten to one he is coming prominent farmer of Clark county, Turnersvillethe popular preacher days nnd many clay pigeon shots from this all that is daring as synonymous with during his college and courageous in and other States have gathered at though I don't know it. "When was stabbed to death Sunday afterhack, not man recently a "My Old Kentucky Home" is played noon. Tom Alford, aged 18, is held and having held in Richmond very suc- the Springs for the purpose of break- war. Andbetter aearned of that dashing in which ing not only clay pigeons, but their division such a reputathis fnr awav, it causes a flutter of on the charge of murder. It is said cessful meeting intion than Mr. of Stanford citizens heard own FIVE SHOTS TAKE EFFECT the heart and a tear drop the size of that Alford stabbed Jewell because a number is an cnngelist of national shoot or issomebodytheelse's record The trepid, modest, Givens. Calm, but supervision of under In a shooting bee at King's Mouna rain drop to stand in your eye, and he refused to give him a drink of him. He and success and his sing- Emilc Pragoof, of Louisville, who duty called, he but unflinching where reputation was such a soldier as tain Sunday between Tilden Gooch be your home a mansion or a cabin, whisky. At least fifteen negroes were shot er, Mr. Lewis is said to be one of the has conducted such snortirg contests would bring pride to any com- nnd Bud Robinson, in which a vou lone for the good old days back last most charming singers in the field. in many sections of Kentucky. Prizes mander. number of shots were fired, Gooch "home. The notes of a violin brings nnd killed in East St. Louis great help to the and trophies will be awarded those The best evidence of a man's con- was shot twice and Robinson thn-"back memories of a father you told night as they fled from their burning This team will be a religious forces of Stanford and there who make the best records, somo of duct, in war as in peace, is that of limes. Both men are "laid up for reand will probably never homes, which had been set on fire them being very handsome and cost- those who have seen him put to the pairs" and it is probnble that Robinsee again, and in making up your bv white mobs. The number who nnr- - is no doubt their meetings will be ly. Word from the Springs this morn- test. Among Mr. Givens' companions son will be in bed for a long time. you will have a memory of a ished in the burning houses is un-- 1 largely attended. hunk, ing was that the crowd is gathering in arms was George Alcorn, long He received pistol wounds in hand, used to make and biscuits known. Estimates of the number of bed mother since In a fast too. Ye. I wish for a life that even negroes who perished run as high as IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES be a and that the shoot promises to ther, deceased. Alfredletter to his fa- elbow and hip. His elbow is shattered the late Alcorn, dated and the ball that entered the hip has big affair. A man named Meece caught a envy, but 100. the Kaiser himself would Nov. 15, 18GH, now in the possession not been located. The hand wound is The Interstate Commerce Commiscat fish out of Cumberland friends a blood stained battle flag of Mrs. W. H. Higgins, a sister of considered a trivial one. Gooch was FAIR PROSPECTS BRIGHT river near Burnside last week. and the needs of our country looms sion has denied the nlan of the The fair directors held an impor- George Alcorn, the letter referred to shot in the shoulder and thigh both of the United States for a hori J. P. Turner, of Nicholasville, un before me and closes from view "I Mr. Givens in painful, but wounds not all the pleasures which I have just zontal increase of 15 per cent, in father of Dr. Horace Turner, pastor tant meeting Saturday afternoon. A to fight by no these terms: than desire flesh braver man pictured to vou. I'll lay down my freipht rates. In its decision the com- of the Methodist church at Danville, report of the committee to secure Helm and James Givens." Anly Mack thought to be serious ones. Gooch only keeps a soft drink stand at King's catalogue advertisements for the life, and follow it to eternity beforn mission indicated its willingness to is dead. an served Mountain and Robinson is said to that splendid work had class rates the Eastern I'll see its standard broken and its increase approximately in 14 per cent. to Gov. Stanley has issued a pardon showedand many advertisements been recently same old comrade whohim re- have in the company with seBronson Alford. convicted in Mer- done entered it Sunday and was so and stripes tramnled in the dust district stars marked: "The South had no better noisv that Gooch put him out of tho of the freight cer county of seduction and given cured. It is hoped that work will and its followers rutlilesslv murder- Since about Jim Givcns." on the catalogue this wee':. soldier than establishment. Robinson is said to ed by a War God, called the Kaiser. handled is moved under class rates, two to five years. When Morgan made his famous have waited on the outside, talking to Mrs. Margaret Masonheimer, relict Those persons who took space and T may be in this war who known, but the decision virtually allows the Eastper cent, increase lines about Masonheimer, is have failed to send in the copy, will raid into Ohio, Mr. Givens was with Bud Haggard and others, until Gooch if I am snuffed out by this persecu-to- r erngross freight 4revenue. Increases of theinlate George She Danville. dead was one of confer a favor by mailing the copy him. Along with most of the com- came out. When the latter finally apof humanity, I hope that mv in at once to the secretary. The pros- mand, he was captured, imprisoned, peared Robinson is said to have told country may live on forever and that sought in rates on coal, coke and the city's oldest residents. Ennis Wilson, a telephone line- pects for a great fair are most prom then exchanged and later was one of him that thev had just as well settle mv friends Will know that I died in iron ore will be granted. The comthe guard of that served as ising. trouble then and a faithful discharge of my duty to mission found, as the result of ex- man, was drowned in the Cumber- logues People are writing for cata personal escorthonor Jefferson Davis their twice at him. Goochthere and to from many sections and returned shot uphold the emblem of this country, tended hearings, that the carriers land at Barbourville. He was seized already engaging stall when he left Richmond in the last fire with the above result. No date horsemen are and all I ask of them in return is generally show a substantial and in with cramns while bathing. days of the conflict. He followed the has yet been set for th trial, but crowds Mrs. It Mrs. financial and that in the future vears my comrades creasing have ample prosperity, with Magoffin Glave Goddard andDaugh room. will looks now as if the County "Stars and Bars" till that flag was tne men arc under bond or under attend the Lincoln that Hardin have bought resources nnd I will not be forgotten and each that thev ,rln,l fmrnvnr' Clivrnndnvini, fit- A f - guaid. will 22. 23 ind SX IVTinr riv n tVin tinnnr instlv due US. which to conduct transportation. ters College at Harr6dbuwrof :Dr. Fair Aug.thnt orBthi'rrd 24. Crnh rival Hts, Ga., in May l&Go. Or at JBSn.J;. Wl5a$& rtiVl'nnc with enjoy a few enlistments, The war over, he returned to GREAT RED CROSS RALLY s from the" finding and Commissioner resident and Mrs. w. u. rrost, of chard at the Masonic Celebration the good St.'f eter, but tnantc Lincoln county, and took up again There will be a Red Cross Rally at Berea College, have been granted a ten days ago. I will try to have a German Meyers dissented in part the threads of civil life, so sadly dis- the year's leave of absence by the trusPresbyterian church Friday with me. I hone that every able ordered by the call to arms. Thence- night at 8 o'clock. Every one wearA CONFIDENTIAL WORD tees of the school on account of a MARRIAGES bodied man will enlist in this time II trust it will not be necessary to forth he lived here: a man without ing a Red Cross button is urged to breakdown of President Dewev Goins. aged 19, and Miss threatened of need. None but the vellow coward sen I you a statement of the account guile, of blameless integrity, whose come and bring others with them and will turn his hack on his country in Mary Maples, 21, were married at Frost. Pleasant B. Lilly, a prominent you owe, but knowing that your dealings with his fellow man were al- help make this a real rally. Plans are a time like this. I don't think we Mrs. Sallie Goins Monday. scrupulously honorable, and being made to have a parade Friday Kingdom Gould, son of George J. young man of Irvine, was killed in an account with me is unpaid, you will ways truly have a man in our country like this. numbered his friends by afternoon. Volunteer your cars and once come forward Let us hope not. Why should man Gould, the New York Millionaire, is auto accident near Waco. Madison not pleasing at all toand settle. It is who ncauaintnnces. at He fear, the sickle of death? There is to marry an Italian artist named county. Mr. was accompanied in his and I sincerely hope "dun" people hisHe evinced deep interest in public meet in front of the court house at you will not 4 o'clock Friday afternoon. It is honcar by Patrick, train dispatcher but one death which is sure and cer- Lucci. eager to Miss Lauis Robards Nevius and Ja at Ravenna, who sustained only make it necessary for me to have to affairs, state and r.form himself con ed thnt all the members of the Hub tain. Why not snend your life in a cerning national policies of ble, Hustonville and Crab Orchard either speak or write to you about cause that is just? Hoping every one cob Edwin Caldwell, of Mercer, were slight injuries. Mr. and Mrs. Slack, of Houston, your account. I want your trade, but government. He was a life long Dem- chanters will be present Friday will hnvo a circus making Germans married at the home of Harvey Mil Texas, were guests of Col. George D. must also ask prompt payment of ocrat. night. play hookev with grave yard on th ler in Danville. seeking to make a While western front. I am as ever, an old Paul A. Rye, son of the governor Weatherford, Mr. Slack bought the bills made with with. The change in display of never his religious very LOSE ANOTHER DAUGHTER residenter, M. E. Cooley, Co. L. 31st of Tennessee and Lieutenant of the first bale of cotton sold this year my business makes itclosed, essential a firm believer in the views, he was principles of so kindMr. and Mrs. James H. Decker, Frist Tennessee Infantrv, was mar- nnd donated same to the Red Cross. that all accounts be Infantry. religion, the ried in Louisville to Miss Margaret He paid $925 for the bale and the ly settle with me either with you. the Christian persuasion. and was of who live on the farm of J. H. Presbyterian pike, same will be soid at auction in New cash or by good note. Thanking on the Milledgeville Ransom, of Nashville. LIFT YOUR CORNS Mr. Givcns never married. He is daughter It survived by one sister, Mrs. Bettie buried a Carl King, of Danville, a private York today. Mr. Slack is a member Very truly, J. W. Accy. OFF WITH FINGERS Friday afternoon and on the day folin Company G., Second Kentucky of the firm of Hubbard, Slnc & McKinney and a brother, R. H. lowing were called on to give up anCompany. Danville Advocate. DEATH OF YOUNG WIFE Tells How To Loosen A Tender Corn Regiment, lost two fingers. They Givens. A brother Walker Givens other daughter, 17 months old. The Clarence Robbins, who lives on R. were accidentally shot off while he TWENTY-SEVEOr Callus So It Lifts Out JOIN AT C. O. C. Hocker's farm, was called on Sun- died many years ago, while three sis- latter died of cholera infantum. The was on guard dutv at a bridge. Without Pain The officers and some of the mem- day to give up his wife, aged 21. She ters preceded him to eternity; Miss child was buried by the side of her Miss Laura Ethel Flannerv and Miss Belle Givens Lettie Givens, Mr. George Thomas Tinsley. of Mid- - bers of the local Red Cross Society had been ill for some time and was and Mrs. Anne Alcorn, wife of Dr. little sister in McCormack's burying You reckless men and women who dleshoro, were married at the home went to Crab Orchard Sunday night taken to Somerset for treatment, eround. Great smvpathy is felt for are pestered with corns and who have of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. nnd organized a chapter there. The where she died. The remains were Edward Alcorn, of Hustonville. Mr. and Mrs. Decker in tho irreparawjt least once a week invitedoranblood M. B. FInnnery, near Kingston, Mad- meeting was held in the Christian brought home and on Monday afterable losses they have sustained. ful death from lockjaw noon were laid to rest in the burying THE PRIMARY CLOSE AT HAND church and about twenty-seve- n ison county. poison are now told by a Cincinnati enrolled. Mr. K. S. ground at McCormack's church. Mr. The primary for the nimination of THE GLORIOUS FOURTH Friends in this city of Miss Pris-- f members were very authority to use a drug called appropriate and J. C. McClary made appropriate re- county officers, Senntors and RepreAlcorn gave a Tomorrow is July 4th, the glorious ilia Newborn, drops interested in of Hustonville, will be interesting talk. The officers chosen marks at the crave. Besides the hus sentatives is only four weeks off day many of us delight in celebratwhich the moment a few the her are applied to any corn or callus the riage Tuesday tonews ofJunius mar- are: Rev. Pervis. chairman: Mr. H band the young wife left two chil- from Saturday next. The campaign ing. Nothing out of the ordinnry w'H Mr. II. soreness is relieved and soon the en- Reid, at the residence of Dr. E. M. G. Skiles, vice chairman; Mr. T. B. dren, the younger only two months is waxing pretty warm and the white- - be done in Stanford, but tho?e of tire corn or callus, root and all, lifts Green in Danville. The wedding wns Lyne, secretary and Mr. Maurice old. heat stage will likely be reached be- our citizens who are of a sportive off with the fingers. The people in fore Aug. 4th. So far tho candidates turn will hike to Crab Orchard ouite a surnrise to their numerous Perkins, treasurer. elsewhere, Freezone dries the moment it is friends. The bride has frequently Crab Orchard, as FOUR SERVING UNCLE SAM have deported themselves well and Springs and either take part in or witrealize applied, and simply shrivels the corn been the importance of the Red Cross A St. Louis paper contains the it is hoped that they will continue to ness the shoot to be pulled off theic or callus without inflaming or even aunt, the guest in this city of her movement and have entered the nictures of the four sons of Hon. do so and that none will by word or July 4 and 5th. The clans are alMrs. Rodman Keenon, and is irritating the surrounding tissue or n most charming work with great enthusiasam. The Breckinridge Jones and Mrs. Jones. deed do that which will causo ill feel- ready gathering there and the skin. A small bottle of freezone will lady. The groom and attractive young first contributing membership ($5) of that city, all of whom are either ing among democrats or furnish clay pigeon shoot promises to be is connected with cost very little at any of the drug the Chestnut-Salte- r in the county was taken in Crab serving or getting ready to serve ammuntion for the enemy in the n big affair. Mrs. Willis is prepared ComHardware stores, but will positively rid one's pany, of Danville, and is considered a Orchard Sunday night. Who will be Uunclc Sam. Reid Jones is captain election this fall. It is far more im to care well for all who come. feet of every hard or soft corn or very successful voung business man. the next in tho county? of an engineers' reserve corps, Dan portant thnt the party win in Novemhardened callus. If your druggist W. Jones is seeing coast patrol ser- ber than it is for any candidate to BIG BARBECUE AND SALE Hnrrodsburg Herald. hasn't any freezone he can get it at MENEFEE GETS PROMOTION vice. John C. Colwell, Jr.. is a second win in August. The United Realty Co., with headany wholesale drug house for you. 1 Biliousness And Stomach Trouble quarters at Wilmington. N. G will Col. James T. Menefee, who is lieutenant and Kent G. Colwell is in with the Forest City training in the officers' reserve corps. BAUGH DIES OF TUBERCULOSIS sell at public outcry on Friday next, connected "Two years ago I suffered from Paint Co., got another promotion be- Two Colwells are sons of Mrs. Jones. GREAT MASONIC CELEBRATION Walter Baugh, aged 23, died in fith, the John D. Carpenter farm trou- ginning with July 1st. He is now The Mt. Vernon Signal has the frequent attacks of stomach the Lexington Tuberculosis Sanitari- near Hustonville. The faim h owned following to say about the Masonic ble and biliousness," writes Miss general who has um nt Lexington nnd was brought to bv W. B. Hill, of this FINCH SALE JULY 17th of tho big con Celebration at Crab Orchard June Emma Verbryke, Lima, Ohio. I could cern, with headquarters at Cleve Paul Finch, who owns tho .inlen- - his home near Highland for burial. placed it in the hands of tlw nbovo 23rd: The Masonic Celebration at cat very little food that agreed with land. Ho has some half hundred or did Drake's Creek Farm In tho East Ho had been working in Lee county. company to dispose of. A good dinCrab Orchard, on last Saturday, was me and I became so dizzy and sick more salesmen under him, nnd while End. hns placed it in tho hands of Baugh, who was a son of John ner will be served on the giounds. a one of the biggest events of the at my stomach at times that I had to he thinks he will find tho job n diff- the United Realty Co.. of Wilming- Baugh, of Highland, was a fine 'inss Lrnd will enHer. things with kind ever held in the state. It is con- take hold of something to keep from icult one, his legion of friends here ton, N. C for sale, and it will be dis- young man. Rev. Edward Hubbard music, while valuable presents, servatively estimated that there falling. Seeing Chamberlain's Tab-lo- know that he is big enough to hold posed of nt nuction Tuesday. July nreached his funeral. An exceeding dintt j. barrel of Hour, will bo giv-e- n advertised I decided to trv them. down tho place and do it well. were between 8,000 and 10,000 17. Frank Smith, a reoresontativj of ly large crowd attended his burial. '"wiy. I imnroved rapidly." Obtainable evpresent. Plenty to eat, lots of good tho Realty Co., was here this woik erywhere. music, fine speeches, plenty of the GOING TO FIGHT FOR U S. Constipation And Indigestion BUILDING BIG GARAGE and ordered advertising mattei, best water on earth, made tho day a Phillips Bros., Stanford's As a result of tho visit hero of "I have used Chamberlain's Tab- which will appear In rnduy'a paper. GOES TO THIRD CLASS most pleasant one. Not the least lets and must say they are tho best dato concrete men, are building for Cnpts. Back and Tavlor nnd their thing took place to mar the pleasure The Wnynesburg postofflco hns I have ever used for constipation and TAKING BIG CHANCES Hascldcn Bros., of Lancaster, a big demonstration of tho Lewis gun of the notable event. To Grand Mas- been advanced from tho fourth to indigestion. My wife also used them y concrete garage, in which three Stanford men went to It is a great risk to travel without ter J. N. Saunders and his able corps third class nnd international money for indigestion and they did her a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, tho Ford car will be exhibited as Louisville that afternoon to be exof assistants is due tho credit for orders may now be secured there. good," writes Eugene S. Knight, Wil- Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, as well as public service given. Tho amined for service rn tho army. Thoy the successful manner in which near- Many other advantages are to be mington, N. C. Chamberlain's Tab- this preparation cannot be obtained building is to be two stories high, 200 aro Arch Atkins, Tom Daughorty ly every thing was managed. from the change. Miss Com lets are mild and gcntlo in their ac- on tho trains or steamships. Attacks feet long nnd is to havo u frontage and Joo Traylor. The latter is n son Singleton, tho efficient postmaster, tion. Give them a trial. You are cer- of bowel complaint are often sudden of 38 feet. of Allen Traylor, of this city, and Colic, Cholera And is deserving of congratulations for tain to bo pleased with the agreeable and very severe, nnd everyone should Chamberlain' is only about 10 years old. His parbeing instrumental in tho ndvanco-me- laxative effect which thoy produce. go prepared for them. Obtainable Diarrhoea Remedy ents gave thoir consent for him to L. & N. MAKES RAISES Every family without exception of tho office. everywhere. The L. & N. has raised the salaries join. Obtainable everywhere. should keep this preparation at hand of its operators and agents 10 per during the hot weuther of the sumTho officers and members of tho cent, tho section bosses are given JOSEPH HODGE PASSES AWAY DEATH OF LITTLE CHILD NOTICE! mer months. Chamberlain's Colic, Red Cross Chapter would appreciate Joseph Hodge, aged 73, died MonA little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 12 per ct. more, while tho section All persons owning los in Crab Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy is it very much if those who have au-t- Orchard cemetery, or having reln-ti'- Jesso Price, of Louisville, died there men are raised 20 per cent. The day nt his homo near Highland nnd worth many times its cost when needwould tender their use to those wns buried this afternoon in tho buried on same, are hereby no- Saturday and was Drought hero and raise was effective July 1st. ed and is almost certain to be need- who are trying to organize branch tified to clean their lots Mt. Moriah burying ground. onco. In buried in Buffalo Springs cemetery ed before the summer is over. It has Red Cross Chapters in Lincoln coun- caso of failure to do so the Cemetery Sunday morning. Tho little thing was his wifo ho leaves several chilWilliam Winter, dean of tho drano superior for the purposes for ty. Tho favor will bo of help to them Co., will havo said work dono at thoir a twin. Its mother wns a Miss clever matic critics in America, died at his dren. He wns a which it is intended. Buy it now. Ob- and not a great expense or inconR. H. Bronatigh, M. M. tin, a sister of C. R. Martin, of homo at New Brighton, Staten Is man and will bo sadly missed in the everywhere. tainable venience to auto owners. M. M. Phillips, tiustcci. neighborhood ho lived so long. ville, who attended the burial land. tion n few poached eggs, fresh from the new mown hav nnd some ham what am. Just nt this time of year the summer girl blooms out. Of all the girls from coast to coast and as far cast as the Orient. I think the Kentucky corn fed girl beats- them all. Although I never possessed the heavcnlv pleasure of a sweetheart, but God bless them, I love them all, for mv mother wns a womnn. This land known ns the dark and bloody ground is nlso filled with gentlemen of the tendercst hearts, with courtesies and manners of a knight of the dead ace. They are gone but their souls live again in the hearts ot tnc us Pres-byterian COOLEY, LOYAL TO THE FLAG. Ft. McKlnlcy, P. I., Mny 31, 1917. Dcnr Editor nnd Friends: This is the Inst day of May.thc time when Old Kentucky is in her glory. And also the time of year for corn bread, buttermilk nnd (rood old turnip greens nnd ns a side issuo I'll men- WITH THE CHURCHES THE NEW SPIRIT The corner stono of the $30,000 The Fourth of July will bo celeMethodist church nt Somerset wns brated this year in a spirit more laid Saturday with impressive cere- nearly approaching that in which the monies. nntional holiday was instituted. DurPresbyterian Church Mid week ing the years intervening since that service Wednesday evening at 7:30. day, which is the most memorable in The communion service on Sunday tho history of the country, the true significance of the occasion has been July 8th. Rev. Dcleware Scott, pastor of all but lost, nnd the celebration has the Parkland Christian church, Lou- been given over to events without isville, has been called to the pastor- meaning; degenerated into mere ate of the Christian church at Som- noise making, nthlctic contests and erset to succeed Rev. Saxby, who the most frivolous diversions. has gone to California to live. While no one can make valid quarBeginning on Tuesday evening, rel with the exuberant life which July 10, nnd lasting through the fol- bubbles over in this good land, and lowing Sunday July 15, the first gen- tends to make a holiday upon slight eral Sunday school institute nnd provocation, there still exists in the Christinn Workers' Conference for hearts of thoughtful Americans a the members of the Southern feeling of reverential solemnity in church in Kentucky will be connection with Independence Day, upon which such demonstrations as held at Jackson, Ky. Christian Church On Wednesday we have mentioned break with bomb- night the prayer meeting will be a like rudeness. preparatory service for the revival. Therefore, the efforts of the Com The general theme will be "What mittee on Public Infomation to have the Meeting Will Mean." Special July 4 observed this year on n high music will be rendered and short plane of national patriotism should talks will be made by Messrs. Kelly meet with spontaneous response. The Francis, C. E. Tate, A. H. Severance, Interior Journal hopes to see the W. II. Shanks, Mrs. H. D. Phillips people of this section take hold and lay plans to that end. and Miss Uphclia Lackey. DEATH REMOVES GOOD MAN Mr. James A. Givcns, one of the best known citizens of Lincoln county, passed away early Sunday morn ing, July 1st. For several years ho had been very feeble, nfllictcd with rheumatism. Recently, his heart ac- two-da- y e Vrood-by- o -- rail-ron- ds one-four- th be-er- in i- f'l,may iBr,Ux-eiv.'Xyra(- -- gooa-nes- I Mc-Alist- er, three-months-o- ld free-zon- e, two-da- v sales-manag- -- it, In-e- n. ts up-to- Fri-du- y, two-stor- do-riv- nt os ei i Bo-sid- Mar-expens- e. s, kind-hearte- d, I Dan-Perkin- l!-- 2 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, July 3, 1917 The Interior Journal E. C. Walton and J. H. Wrlgkt TnUrtrf at M peitcflai at SUnferi, Ky., at tteond rltui mafl aiHtr. (Sift 3Uag! AT speaks sublimity, and every part has n voice. "J Its stripes of alternate red and white proclnim the original union of thirteen states to maintain the declaration of independence. White is purity; red, for valor; blue, for justice. Charles Sumner (1873) Condition of Sf ttritln. QUmtttg National Hot Wave Is On! Forward, March x Sank Stanford, Kentucky at close of business, June 30, 1917 RESOURCES $371,203.65 185,624.44 Bonds 4,550.00 561,378.09 Fed. Res. Stock Banking House, Furniture 7,501.00 and Fixtures Cash and Due from Banks.. 94,153.69 .$663,032.78 Total : V Bills U. S. and other LIABILITIES $100,000.00 57,190.54 100,000.00 BUY A LIBERTY LOAN BOND " SSnrnln fflmmtg National Capital Stock Surplus and Profits Circulation Bills Payable Deposits Total W. H. Shanks B. Paxton W. M. Bright J. W. Rochester F. Lee Hill Hartwell Shanks 30,000.00 375,842.24 .$663,032.78 President Vice-President Sank Stanford, Kentucky "Corner Next to Court House" J. Cashier Assistant Cashier Bookkeeper Bookkeeper THE G. O. P. IN FAYETTE In the language of the poet, Fayette republicans arc in an 'ell of n fix. They held n meeting long and duly advertised one night Inst week to try to nominate candidates for county offices. .The night came but with it no crowd and no response to the appeal for men to come over and help pull g. o. p., out of a hole, by volunteering sacrifice on the altar of office. Knowing that they are up against it and that the record of the Democratic administration, headed by Judge Frank A. Bullock, is without reproach and that it is worse than useless to oppose him and the ticket that will be nominntcd, there has yet been found no Republican fool hnrdv enough to want to be im molated for his rashness, so n "persuasion committee" was appointed to try to induce Republicans to run for some of the offices at least. Perhaps the committee may find some who are longing for n little cheap notoriety to accept nominations, but they will be of a class that will neither command votes nor respect. Meantime the Lender, fearing the prestige that will be lost if the election is allowed to go by default, is rending its nether garment and seeing that the volunteer plan is a total failure is urging a selective draft. Unfortunately for it however, there is no penalty that can be enforced ngainst slackers in this case and Brer Giovnnnoli is becoming disconThe fusion trick of a few solate. years ago can not be worked again and it looks very much now like there will be no opposition to the Dcmocratis ticket. RURAL CREDITS SWINDLE One of the boldest swindles that have been worked in Lexington since investment the days of the get-ric- h companies, which caught suckers by the thousand on a promise to pay trible the monev invested and finally paid nothing, leaving the investors the bag to hold, is developed in the Rural Credit Association in the testimony taken by the referee in bankruptcy. It seems that one Vallandingham, who held a contract signed by Former Appellate To McRoberts & Bailey Store "Sep Statement of ffiinwht 3rnst (Emitpamj Stanford, Kentucky at close of business June 30, 1917 fiinroln (Emtntu National Sank Earnings for Six Months, Ending June 30, 1917 t MB m'ii f7f '" RESOURCES Willi Loans Due from Banks Total LIABILITIES $ 33,404.27 7.84 $ 33,412J1 Interest, Exchange, and Bad Debts Recovered $ 14,529.02 Disposed of as follows Expenses, Interest & Salaries Paid $ Carried to fund to pay Tax.... Carried to fund to pay Int Reduced Brak ing HousW....: V' Capital $ 25,000.00 Undivided Profits 500.00 Fund to Pay Interest 77.61 to Pay Tax Fund 300.00 Bills Payable 2,900.00 Trust and Guardian Funds.. 4,634.50 Total $ 33,412.11 W. H. Shanks J. B. Paxton W. M. Bright J. "W. Rochester President Trust Counsel Secretary-Treasurer 5,540.31 2,488.71 t" 1,000.00 2,500.00 v ' ir- ' Judge John M. Lassing as the company's representative, got 25 per cent, of all subscriptions, which was practically all the money that was collected. The strange part of the story is that Gov. McCreary, who was induced by an offer of $5,000 salary president and lend his to become honorable name to give endorsement to the swindling scheme, was not cognizant of this contract, neither was J. L. Watkins, treasurer, nor J. C. Van Meter, the secretary. It is claimed that it was not made a matter of record, a very conclusive eviintent, for dence of fraudulent which somebody or bodies ought to be made to do time. A number of our citizens are losers in the swindle and they would be very glad to hear that the Fayette grand jury had indicted the rascals and that the whole matter will be aired in a criminal court. r The transfer of the office of collector of internal revenue in the seventh district was made Saturday with neither the outgoing nor the incoming collector present. Ben Marshall it is said made it convenient not to be in the custom house at the time and Percy Haly did not go near, preferring to take the oath of office at the Phoenix Hotel. The two have long been enemies and not having spoken for 20 years, both apparently feared what might happen should they be thrown face to face. Haly's first act was to continue in office all those not protected by the civil service and for the present at least the office will be run by the same force. The revenue agent found Marshall's accounts all right and every cent of the $20,883,229.48 collected by him accounted for. He has made a fine collector but that cut no figure in Senator Beckham's intention to have him removed as soon ns possible a man he says is personally obnoxious to him. There is no rumor of further internal revenue changes and it is hoped that Collector Hughes and the others that have made good will be retained for another four years. Editor Urey Woodson, of Owens-bor- o Messenger, is disposed to be facetious with the "little Toolev Streeter" of the Lexington Herald, but if he can appreciate when he is well off he will desist. Should the t. s. train his guns on him, he will wish that he had never been born or that a weight wns tied about his neck and that he was cast into the beautiful Ohio which sweeps by this little village. Ver-busat sap, ns we French say. Cecil Williams, editor of the, Somerset Journal, will be the democratic nominee for Representative in the district. As the two counties have a normal republican majority of something under it is hardly probable that Mr. Williams' editorial duties will bo interfered with. However, if by chance he should be elected, he would make an excellent representative. The Louisville Times is again tipping Ralp Gilbert, of Shelbyvilie, for Congress in this district. It says that there is an understanding between Gilbert and George L. Pickett that they will not oppose each other in the race. That's clever of the gentlemen. A nico littlo arrangement that it is very probable that Congressman Hnrvoy Helm will materially interfere with. 1 m fmllWil II Bui! ;l iiMHiiiii'i I i II til ii m I mi 1 Dividend No. 40 3 per cent 3,000.00 -- Asst. Sec.-Trea- s. $ 14,529.02 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 satisfac- mlj? Smtrnht is mxmt Gkrmpaitij tion for money received. please you. Prices We know we can authorized by law to act in all Trust Capacities and is subject to examination by the United States Government and the State of Kentucky and is owned by the Shareholders of the Lincoln County National Bank, and both institutions are under the management of same Officers and Directors. $6.00 $7.50 $8.00 $10.00 $12.50 . M'Roberts Bailey t Gents' Furnishings are S3 for minr run nnrl cnvmninfro and $3.50 for domestic sizes. That isn't bad. but wlinn vnii iwl,l tYiit charges for hauling and the middle man s prone it will ue tound that the consumer will pay two or three times the above amounts. E. H. Taylor, Jr., the Frankfort distiller, has declared for prohibition during the war. As the "prince of entertainers" has several big warehouses full of booze, there may be a reason why he wants other distilleries as well as his own to close down. iimturs Who Direct the Management of These Banks Geo. W. Carter W. M. Bright W. II.. Cummins Stanford, Ky. The scarcer the article the higher the price it commands. Mrs. W. C. Martin, aged 70, is dead in Danville. She is survived by nine children. Stanford Stanford Stanford Crab Orchard Stanford Stanford Stanford E. C. Walton W. M. Matheny Stanford Stanford Stanford Stanford Stanford Lancaster Stanford J. N. Menefee, Sr A. T. Nunnelley J. B. Paxton J. W. Rochester T. C. Rankin W. II. Shanks W. D. Edmiston S. J. Embry, Jr Lilburn Gooch R. L. Hubble Pulnski-McCrear- y MRre 0, Stanford NO BUGS Where There Is Paris Green You have the Bugs men. ment, for the draft army. A national circuit of entertainers will be signed up to provide entertainment for the An auditorium seating 5,000 persona will be erected at the Louisville cantonment and the others throughout the country to provide amuse- 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 re-cleah- 5 Per Cent FARM LOANS We have the Paris Green The Penny Drug Store E. R. Coleman, Prop. Telephone No. 2 Secretary of War Baker repudiates the agreement that coal operators shall get $3 a ton at the mines and says the price is "unjust, exor-- b Over 3 Million Loaned Through tant and oppressive." If the secre Thi. Office tary shall bo able to reduce the very unnecessary addition to the high cost of living most of us will trp to forget that he seems to be a failure as head of a war department in time of INSURANCE war. BLUE CRASS FARMS FOR SALE Prices fixed by the new coal Chaaptida k, Short Laxington, Ky. mittee for Eastern Kentucky com coal now W. KING & SON J. H. Baughman & Co. STANFORD, KY. m The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, July 3, 1917 The Reed amendment prohibiting Shipment Of limmr tntn nnu inrri. tory where its manufacture or sale is prohibited became effective Inst week, nnd twenty-thre- e States are now bone (Irv. Elnvnn nthnr Sintna nrn nnrtlv nlTVrt.wl TVm Sf,,,, ,..i,ii.'. -r ,"" .it, uiium wuvjijjr uiiccicunrc Manama, Arizona, Ark-- 1 ansas, Colorado, ueorgin, Idaho, 4 Io-w- n, un-kot- Statement of the WitBt Sfatimml Sauk Stanford, Ky. At close of business, June 30th, 1917 RESOURCES Loans, Stocks and Bonds. .$276,306.1 3 WE HAVE DECLARED A DIVIDEND OF 4 PER CENT, CARRIED 4 PER CENT TO THE SURPLUS FUND AND LEFT TO UNDIVIDED PROFITS $2,946.63 The Bank by diligent and persist- I Kansas, Mninc. Mississippi, Ne- a, uitisnn, .jurm Carolina, ixorin Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Banking House U. S. Bonds U. S. Liberty Bonds Due from Federal Reserve Bank .'. Due from Other Banks.... Cash Total LIABILITIES 6,600.00 50,000.00 15,400.00 31,372.00 36,682.69 21,270.12 ' ent effort secured $40,000 subscription to the LIBERTY LOAN, a pari of which was for its own use, and the balance for its customers. We do a general banking business and solicit new accounts and the continuance of the old ones, promising prompt and faithful attention to all business intrusted to us. r1' $437,630.94 ' ' Capital Stock Surplus Fund Undivided Profits ..." Circulation Deposits Total $ 50,000.00 Very truly, J. S. HOCKER, President H. C. BAUGHMAN, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia. Secretary of War Baker has notified the Louisville & Nashville railroad and the Western Union Telegraph Company to make peace, with the threat that otherwise the Government will seize nnd operate the property The action was caused by the repoit that the L. & N. intended to cut down the telegraph company's poles. An offlcial of the L. & N. denied to Secretary Baker that there was any idea of cutting down the poles Democratic members of the House of Representatives defeated the Republicans in a benefit bnsebnll game for the Red Cross, 22 to 21. Only forty-fiv- e errors were made. The gate receipts amounted to $3,000. $100 32,000.00 2,946.63 50,000.00 302,684.31 $437,630.94 i PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Walter Singleton returned to LexJuly 5 The Dixie Rook Club ington Sunday after a visit to will meet with Mm. A. L. Pence at Mrs. T. J. Hill, Jr., left this morn2:30. ing for Cincinnati to remain several Mrs. J. Nevin Carter is at Elixir weeks. Miss Mayme Singleton is at home Springs for a week or so. Mrs. W. L. McCarty has been at from the Normal at Richmond for a few days. Elixir Springs for two weeks. Editor S. Albright and family, of Mr. August Ridder spent Sunday with his family near Crab Orchard. Mt. Vernon, motored down Sunday Mrs. John Barton and children, of afternoon. Mrs. A. B. Dillion. of Crab OrchSublett, 111., have been guests of ard, has been with her sister, Mrs. relatives here. Joe "Mc" Newland, of Lexington, Ed Wilkinson. Miss Elizabeth Perkin.s of Crab spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Orchard, is the guest of Miss Ophelia Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Embry, of Carroll Bailey. Mrs. W. C. Shanks has recently Frankfort, are the guests of relatives had a visit from her mother, Mis. and friends here. Father Edgart, of Corbin, has re- William Moreland. Miss Georgia Perrin, of Anderson, turned home after a visit to Father Ind., arrived today to visit her aunt, Leo at Ottenheim. Miss Sallie Burdette, who is at- Mrs. W. B. O'Bannon. Miss Elizabeth Hunn went to tending school at Richmond Normal, Frankfort this morning to visit her is at her a few days. Mrs. Charles Stecker, of Louis- aunt, Mrs. H. C. LeCompte. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Menefee. of ville, arrived Sundav to visit Mrs. Cleveland, 0., are the guests of his W. O. Speed in the West End. Miss Annie Gray, of Georgetown, parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Menefee. Mr. and Mrs. L. Beelor went to is the guest of her grandmother, Corbin today. Mr. Beel?" has been Mrs. M. E. Gray at Crab Orchard. Miss Sue Woner was called to pharmacist for the Lii.coln PharmaDeer Creek, Ind., last week on ac- cy. Mrs. Virgil Lee and daughter, count of the illness of her sister. Miss Janie Hocker has returned Miss Georgia Lee, of Harlan, are home from Lebanon, where she has the guests of relatives and friends been the guest of Miss Frances here. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Perkins, of Dant. Wallace Singleton, who has a posi- Crab Orchard, were here Monday evtion with the Proctor Gamble Soap ening the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Company, Cincinnati, is here for his C. Bailey. Shelton M. Saufley, Jr., of Richvacation. Miss Gladys Southard and Rich- mond, is spending a few days with ard Southard have returned home af- his grandfather, Mr. S. H. Baugh-maat W. H. Wearen's. ter a visit to their grandmother at J. T. Wilkinson, who has joined Mt. Vernon. was here from Misses Jennie Newland. Annette the hospital corps, Wearen, Mary Early and Mrs. Olive Cincinnati first of the week. He has Scott are attending the Baptist As- been working in a big drug store in the Porkopolis. sembly at Georgetown this week. Misses Alice and Willie Rankin, of Robert L. Burdette, who has a good position with the Dodge Co. at Tulsa, Okla.. who have been visiting Detroit, is speeding a week with his relatives and friends at Hubble and parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Burdette. here, left this morning for Monti-cell- o to spend a week before returnMiss Mary Walter, of King's Mountain, has been the guest of Mr. ing home. Miss K.itheiine Garvev. who has and Mrs. Wallace Walter. Mrs. WalSophie ter took her home Sunday afternoon. been the guest of Miss returnWelch Rochester returned Sunday Saunders for several weeks, from Hendersonville N. C. in fine ed to her home in Cincinnati this health ami spirits. He enioyed his morning. Miss Saunders accompanied stay in the Tar Heel State very her for a brief visit. much. John Ball, with J. C. McClary, unMr. R. M. Newland took Mrs. dertaker, is back from Somerset, (laughters where he was called by Whitis & Newland and their three to Riehmoi-- Saturday afternoon to Lawhorn to embalm the body of E. spend a few days with her aunt, Mrs. D. Whitmore, of Spencer, N. C, who died in a hospital in that city. J. P. Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. George C. Keller, of Thomas Peacock, who was cashier Orlando, Fla., who are visiting hi;i of a bank at Robbins, Tenn., for a parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Fnrris. in number of years, has accepted a Danville, were here Sunday after- similar position with the Bank of noon with friends. Ragland, at Ragland, Ala. Mr. PeaMr. and Mrs. Hudson Bohon and cock is a son of the late G. F. Peason, Porter Floyd cock, of Hustonville, and is forging handsome little and Thomas Bohon. of kidd's Store, ti the front as a banker. were the guests of friends in this citv Sunday afternoon. McCarley and Mr. and Mrs. R. K. handsome little son. George Maurice Junction, McCarlev, of Lebanon McCarley spent Friday with W. R. and familv of this city. Tho expectant mother should not fall to Mrs. G. W. Cowan and little Cowan, of do thoso things which keep her a healthy Imogene daughter, mother. Spokane, Wash., will arrive this nnd pretty tho tried Thousands of women havouscd week to be the guests of her parents, aration, "Mother's nnd cafe external prepFriend". Tho tenMr. and Mrs. J. N. Menefee., dency to morning: sickness Is avoided, the Col. R. M. Houchin (proprietor of abdominal muscles expaml naturally and Elixir Springs, was in the city last of easily when baby arrives and. tho lnflanv the week. He says that a good crow health resort an" is at his that mnny more are booked for tnu home-folkn, d s. The renders of this paper will re Cashier pleased to larn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has C. HAYS FOSTER, been able to cure In all Its stnges and that Is catarrh. Catarrh being Krcatly Asst. Cashier influenced by constitutional conditions requires constitutional treatment. Hall's W. W. SAUNDERS, Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally nnd acts thru the Rlood on tho Mucous SurInd. Bookkeeper faces of the System thereby destroylnc tho foundation of the disease, Klvlns the patient strfneth by building up the constitution nnd nsslstins nature In doing its work. The proprietors have so much fnlth in the curative powers of Hall's Cntnrrh Medicine that they offer Ore Hundred Hollars for any cuse that it fnlli Miss Willie A. Moore, of St. Louis, to cure. S'oml for Hit of testimonials. Addres r J. CHKNF.T & CO.. Toledo vacation. is at home for her Mrs. B. L. Fagaly and children re- Ohio. Sold hv nil Druprtrist. TSc. turned Sunday from a visit to relatives in the Parlor Grove section. Mr. W. A. Todd, or Prairie, Miss., (Adt here r 1 eeni word fteTi Hint, cash eb Imtip.) was in this city yesterday. He says with nrAfir po nn lem tnun 25 things in the Sunny South are look-in- k OR SALE A horse. 53-- 2 fine. G. H. .Masters, Stanford. Miss Isabella Givens is spending FOJ-SALE A manure spreader two weeks in North Carolina attend- mads hj the International Harvester ing the Young People's Conference Co. It is in first class condition and of the Southern Presbyterian church will sell at a bargain. Mrs. J. B. Wilat Montreat. Danville Advocate. lis, Crab Orchard. 45tf. LOST- - I lost in or near the e CommisThe Kentucky Illiteracy g a short Conklin sion has started a campaign for the fountain last If eradication of illiteracy among Ken- have foundpen please Friday. sameyou it, to return tucky men drafted ito service who 53-l- p may be unable to read and write. The me. Mi.ss .Mary Burch. "MRS FRANCIS will be in her milnames of all those who registered for military service are being secured linery store Thursday and Friday to and where possible moonlight schools receive all accounts due her, so please will be opened. A six weeks' course call and settle. She will have some new hats and trimmings with her and of instruction is planned. will be glad to have call and sec Reward, $100 "Ss&siimw- 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. : : : CENT -WORD ADS post-offic- self-fillin- ' ROBINSON'S I have two seven-foot- 1 NOTICE McCormack binders, will sell at $150, if sold at once, Latest improved. E. 52-- 1 T. Pence, Jr., Stanford FOR SALE Fine yearling Duroc boar; young Duroc boars and gilts and a very fine Jersey cow fresh. 4G-- tf R. L. Rerrv. Hustonville. Kv. LOST A pair of nose glasses, with chain and catch ' attached. Leave with me and get re- 52-- 1 ward J. L. Beazley. LOST Red pig, weighing about i 45 to 50 pounds. Last seen near J. T. place, on Rush Branch pike. , Embry 52-tL. Uenzley. , Reward. J. f them l JX jL "STRAYED From my pTace near Hubble on about June the 7th, two heifer calves about eight months old, one red and the other black with brindle stripes. Will appreciate any information. E. L. Miracle, Lancasf3-l- p ter, R. F. D. 2. fix, 7 L X .n. fir h ffB fl Big Barbecue Auction 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 10:30 sharp on A HAIL FELLOW WELL MET You should know this Hail Fellow. He may be n friend in need. He has saved ninny tobacco growers from ruin. He is n, 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 MAM matlon of breast elands Is soothed. This Is euro to nmko for less pain at tho crisis nnd tho form Is preserved. Got a bottla from tho druggist today and wrlto for 11. lustratcd book, "Motherhood and tho Baby". It Is free. Simply address Tho Bradfleld Regulator Co., Dept. D, 300 La. mar Bldff.. Atlanta, Go. Friday, July RAIN OR SHINE well-know- n Harris Coleman took the cxamina-tlofor entrance into Uncle Sam f army in Louisville a few days ago and is waiting a cnll to join the Ma-- !., week. n 'A Stanford Opera House - tenancy. Mr. and Mrs. James II. Woods to Millersburg Saturday ain were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. b M. Allen. Misses Pearl Embry am' Marv Louise Woods, who had beet visiting there, returned with them. Mrs. John Breedlove and Mrs. Seth Grant of Burkesville, have returned homo from Chicago, where they have been at the bedside of Oscar Breedlove, who was hurt in nn elevator accident. The elevator fell four floors and one man was killed. Mrs. L. B. Jones, of Crab Orchard. Mrs. Logan Stephenson, of Maywood, and Mis3 Lena B. Mnyneld, of Cal., who is visiting the latter, left Tuesday morning over the Kentucky Central for Clendenin. W. Va.. to visit Mrs. Jones' sister, Mrs. E. R. Davis. mo-tore- tlllirs. TT u tinnne In trnt" uujivo II KPmllll llCU i d Thursday, July 5 Everybody's Favorite Mj rwiGunjmicLAr.it , A splendid opportunity to get a good home. Music by excellent Band! Free Dinner, a Barrel of Flour and valuable souvenirs Free! The terms of the sale will be easy three years' time being given on 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. dam-lite- r, Marguerite Clark IN Miss George Washington The most amusing picture she has ever made 2 Shows, 5c and 10c Electric Fans The United Realty Company O. T. WALLACE, General Manager Wilmington, N. C. The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, July 3, 1917' LAND, STOCK AND CROP P. C. Harbor & Son, of Skldmore, Mo., sold 49 Shorthorns nt nn nvcr-ng- e of $574. .1. L. Hutchins bought of M. B. Eubanks, nlso of Boyle, 35 hogs nt $14.00. At Idn Grove, In., 37 August cattle belonging to Dr. J. S. Conn sold nt nn averngc of $178. C. R. Mnrtin, the Dnnvlllc butcher, bought Inst week 12 hogs averaging 140 pounds nt 13e nnd five heifers nnd 8c. ami cows nt 7 Willis Shame Kilmer, of N. Y., bought 14 yearling thoroughbreds from John E. Madden, 200-poul-Bing-hnmnto- n, FARMERS! Remember You Can Get Your common to fnir $7 (o 8.50; cows extra $8.250. Hogs Receipts 4,900; market steady nnd 15c(S)25 lower: selected heavy $15.401G.50; good to choice packers nnd butchers mixed packers $14. 75(a) 15;' stags $8Z12.25; common to choice heavy fat sows $914.35; Sheen Receipts 2,138, market slow nnd lower; extrn $8.50(3)8.75; good to choice $G.50(a8.25; Springs lnmbs Market dull, 7Gcl lower. $15.-2515.3- 5; JUST RECEIVED A Car Load Harvestin Oil at The Undertaker OCica Lincoln Pharmacy Embalmer name Phone 83 of Lexington, for $32,500. John Hnrris, of the Brodhond oortinn. bnd ii valuable stallion to die of kidney trouble Sunday. Embry Albright, or tne same section, josi a fine mule from eating clover. out on the DanWill Broaddus, ville pike, bought of B. W. Leigh, of Htistonville, n cow and calf for $75, and n Jersey heifer of n Mr. of Turnersvllle for $40. The wheat crop in Lincoln county is much better thnn wns nt first thought, nnd it looks now ns if nn average crop will be hnrvested. The vinhl is 13 to 20 bushels ner ncrc. Cnrroll Bniley has sent his splendid sorrel stallion, Rowland Peavinc to Mitchell & Coleman, Hnrrodsburg, s to be worked nnd shown nt the fairs this year. Rowland Peavinc had a big season this spring nnd his colts for the 191(5 season nre splendid advertisements for the grand vnri-ou- The opinion that the price of $3 n ton for bituminous coal nt the mines, ngreed upon by the operators In conference with Sccretnry Lnnc nnd other Government officinls, is "exorbitant, unjust nnd oppressive," was expressed by Secretary Baker in n letter made public by the War Department. Mr. Baker said the conferees had acted without authority nnd indicated that the price fixed would not be paid by his department for conl to be used in military Brazil's navy has begun with the American fleet in South Amcricnn waters in hunting down German sea raiders and watching for German submarines. Thus without formnl declaration Brazil, by her action, has practically joined the United States against Germany. Dewey Hendcrlit, aged 11, was instantly killed by ligthning while at nlnv at Corbin. RUDE Purina Feed T. W. JONES STANFORD, KY. This Is The Week To Buy Binders & Binder Twine W. H. HIGGINS Main Street Stanford, Ky. J. L. Beazley & Co., Phone 167 Horton. the hustling stock trader of the Wayncsburg section, bought of Lonnie Padgett, a veal calf for $13.50; of A. B. Wiley, a veal calf for $14; of Allen Padgett five sheep at $8; of T. J. Ellis a d hog for $23; of E. G. two calves for $25; of Grant Manuel a calf for $13; of J. T. hog for $21 Gateman a and about 50 lambs near Floyd's Switch at around 13 2 and 14c. Mr. Horton shipped a car load of stock last week to the Cincinnati market from Eubank and will ship another car today. R. E. 180-pou- horse. I Vegetable Tablets A TESTED TA.MT E I" MA!,. REMEDYfr n: BUIOUSNESS.INDIGESTION.TORPID LIVER.. Gilli-ian- dOMSTIPATION AND DIZZINESS., FOR SALE BY MEN'S UNDERWEAR 180-noun- d ALL DRUGGISTS. Trial Package FREE on request STA-WEL 1-- POROS KNIT and B. V. D. The Hot Weather Kind Springfield, Mo. REMEDY COMPANY Undertaker J. C. McCLARY STANFORD. KY Emf-'-Jme- r Phone 42, Stanford. Ry- - Receipts 2,049; market dull and lower; shippers $912; butcher steers, extra $10(3)11.50: nliAlnn .nn.1 nnmmnn in fair $7S.50; heifers, extra $9.50 !(M0.50; good to choice $910; Cattle I CINCINNATI STOCK MARKETS GO TO IT (Om. Mt. Vernon Fair AUGUST 8, 9, 10 W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Kentucky $$$$$ MID-SUMMESTYFTyTyFS11.1 If'lAAKSKtKKWtKB! R SALE Serge Men's Suits $6.95 $10.00 Suits, now Suits, now $15.00 $9.45 $12.95 $20.00 Suits, now. Palm Beach Suits $4.00 Suits, now $2.98 $6.50 Suits, now $4.45 $7.50 and $10.00 Suits $5.98 We have 35 Wool Suits, worth $ 0.00, now$4.95 All-wool 1 Begins Friday, July 6th, Lasting for 30 Days We Have Many Bargains to Offer in Women's and Men's Clothing and Shoes LADIES' SUITS Serge, made $10.00 Suit, for $6.98 $15.00 Suit, for $8.98 Suits $12.48 $20.00 and $25.00 Palm Beach Suits $10.00 Suits, at $5.98 Suits, at $12.50 $6.98 Big Bargain in Ladies' Skirts About 250 Ladies' Skirts, worth $2 and $4, now going at 98c White Wash Skirts, size 24 to 29, worth $1.50, now at 89c Extra size 30 to 38, worth $2, now 98c at Ladies' Waists We have 150, worth 75c and $1, now for 42c White Organdy Waist, worth 89c $i.50, at w White Silk Waists, $1.50 quality, 98c at Ladies' Dresses Wash Dresses, worth $5, at $2.48 $1.98 $4.00 Dresses at 98c Dresses $1.50 House Silk Poplin Dresses, $6.00 values $3.98 for $4,79 Dresses for $10.00 We have about 50 Silk Dresses $1.48 worth $10.00, now for Ladies' Muslin Underwear Skirts, 48c worth 75c at 89c $ .00 and $ .50 values at Black Embroidery Skirts, worth $1.19 $3.00, now All-wo- ol up-to-date. 1 1 19c Corset Covers, 25c value at 39c 50c and 75c values at Combination Suits worth 75c, 39c 89c $1.25 values at Ladies' Gowns 50c grade 39c; 75c grade at 45c; $1.25 and $1.50 grade, now at 95c Ladies' Corsets American Beau79c ty $1.50 grade, going at $2.50 and $3.00 grade for $1.29 Big Line of Dry Goods Ginghams, worth 8c at 12c yd. 9c Lawns, worth 5 c, at 19c Voile Strips, 35c and 50c Tan and White Linen, 25c value 39c at 19c; 50c value at Mixed Calicoes, worth 0c a yard, we sell 0 yds. to customer for 79c Big line of Remnants of all kinds piece. We from 3 yards to can sell you, just like giving away. Don't fail to ask for Ladies Rain Coats, from $2.98 to $3.98 Big line of Ladies' Shoes, velvet and suede, worth $3.00 and $4.00 now $1.25 We have about 200 pair Oxfords and Shoes, white, tan and black, worth $2.00 and $3.00, now...95c Ladies' Oxfords, kid and patent leather, worth $4 & $5, now $2.98 Big line of Ribbons, 3 and 4 inches wide, at 10c 29c 50c grade, at Hand Bags 95c $1.25 quality at $2.00 quality at $1.75 1 1 1 1 Panama Hats $3.00 Hats for $1.25 $5.00 and $6.00 Hats for $2.95 We have a big line of hats worth 95c $2.00 and $2.50, now Men's Underwear 75c values at 45c $1.00 values, at 85c 22c 10c - $2.50 $3.50 $5.00 $7.50 Boy's Suits Suits, now Suits, now Suits, now and $10 Suits, at Straw Hats 35c values at 5c values, at 50c values at 1 $1.95 $2.75 $3.45 $5.95 95c 39c Men's Odd Pants $1.25 grade, at $2.00 grade, at $3.50 grade, at $5 and $6 grades, at Men's Overalls $1.25 grade at $1.50 grade, at 1 2-in- ch $1.15 $2.79 $3.95 95c $1.25 Men's Light Shirts 39c 50c Shirts, at 59c 75c Shirts, at 95c $1.25 Shirts, at $2.00 Shirts at $1.25 Work Shirts 45c 60c Shirts at 59c 75c Shirts at We can sell you good Shirts at 25c We have a line of Boys' Odd Pants 75c grade, at $ .00 grade at $1.50 grade, at $2.00 and $2.50 grade at 1 45c 85c $1.25 $1.75 Men's Shoes Shoes now $1.95 Shoes now $2.95 Shoes now $3.45 and $6.00 Shoes $4.95 We have Men's Oxfords, worth $4.00, at $2.95 Boys' Shoes $2.50 grade at $1.85 $3.50 and $4.00 Shoes at $2.75 $2.00 Shoes for $1.45 Children's Barefoot Sandals 75c grade at 45c $1.00 grade at 90c $1.25 grade, at 99c Baby's Shoes 50c grade, at 35c 75c grade, at .45c $1.25 grade, at 95c Conserve your money. It is just as important to save money as it is to save foodstuffs. You can do this by supplying your wants in this sale. Don't forget the day and the place Friday, July 6th. $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 $5.00 The Bargain St