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The Interior Journal The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, 'Friday, August 10, 1917 BAD WIND AND HAIL STORM A wind and hail storm, which did MARRIAGES Will Curtis and Miss Wilda Cecil, popular young people of Somerset, eloped to Tennessee and were made one. Miss Stella Lewis, a pretty and '00 increase over the Twenty-on- e Tuesdays and Friday ' . .toiAM WITH THE CHURCHES Presbyterian Church Sunday School at 0:55; Morning service at 11 and C. E. Meeting at 7 P. M. Dr. Bourbon A. Dawes, after 10 .years as pastor of the Baptist church at Georgetown, has resigned and will move to his fnrm in Garrard county. Protracted meeting will begin at the Christian church at Turnersville Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Eld. J. Q. Montgomery, of Liberty, will assist the pastor, Rev. Cieo Pervis. The W. C. T. U. members will meet in the lecture room of the Christian church at 3:30 Tuesday afternoon next for an important meeting. All members are invited to be present. Baptist Church Sunday School at 9:30; Preaching at 11 o'clock. No preaching at night. Important business meeting at close of morning worship. Every member of the church urged to attend. Dr. J. W. McGlothlin, of the Baptist Seminary in Louisville, has been urgently requested to accept the post of agent and representative of the Southern Baptist churches in the food administration in Washington. The fourth and last Quarterly Meeting will be held at the Methodist church Sunday, August 12th. The Presiding Elder, Rev. C, H. Greer, will preach and administer the communion Sunday morning, and will hold Quarterly Conference at three in the afternoon, and will preach at the union service in the evening at the Presbyterian church. Rev. T. C. Ecton, pastor of Calvary Baptist church, Lexington, is assisting Pastor C. O. Johnson in a revival meeting at Campbellsburg. Street meetings are being held, with large crowds in attendanceA special "old folks' service'" was attended by six persons over 75 years old over 50 years. To and twenty-fiv- e date there have been 97 conversions. Rev. Joseph W. Hagin, pastor of the Madison Avenue Christian church fet Covington, will preach at the Chr3Wan fchurch Sunday morning. MrHifciftv'ier Several years pas-- t and was one? of theZ3sapSkr4mini-ter- s ever in this. city. His many friends are glad of the privilege of hearing him once more. His subject will b- Present Crisis and the Challenge to the Church." r popular Somerset girl, was married on the 4th to Baker Grissom, of Burnside. Alva Padgett obtained license Thursday to wed Miss Myrtle He is 22 and she 20. Both live in the Southern End of the county. The bride is a daughter of W. B. Mul-lin- s. Mullins. Reuben Pollard, aged 19, and Miss Susan Ellen Siler, 15, were mar ried today. The groom is from the East End, while his bride's parents DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER Mrs. King F. Daniels, aged 55, was run over and killed by an inter-urba- n car at Paris. Archer J. Ayer was found dead in bed at Owensboro, heart disease having caused his death. Elgin West, an L. & N. employe at Paris, saved three persons from drowning in Stoner Creek. Thomas Nelson Carter, one of Virginia's most distinguished lawyers and formerly law partner of Thomas Nelson Page, is dead at Richmond, Va. Pierce Bartram, a barber of Cat lettsburg, was run over by a freight train and instantly killed. He was CO years old and leaves a wife and several grown children. The strike of 25.000 miners in Southeastern Kentucky and Northeastern Tennessee, scheduled for tomorrow, has already begun, 500 men having walked out yesterday. Rioting broke out in the street car strike in Limn, O., late yesterday, resulting in the shooting of three strikers by strikebreakers and guards when mobs attacked their cars. The purpose of the special session of the Indiana Legistature, which has been called by Gov- Goodrich for August 20, is to pass a law which will definitely control the price of coal. At Hopkinsville, Thomas O. Wood shot and killed his daughter and then killed himself. He and his wife had separated and he had been brooding over his troubles. By the finding of seven additional bodies in the mines in the West Kentucky Coal Company at Clay, the list of known dead as the result of the explosion last Saturday has been increased to fifty-onA large group of armed draft gathered at Scipio, Okla., sent word to United States Commissioner McMillan, at Muskogee that they would resist any effort to take them before an examining board. Westmoreland Davis, of Loudoun county, who was bitterly opposed by League, was nomithe nated by the Democratic party at its primary Tuesday for Governor of Virginia. Nomination is equivalent to eight-month-o- ld e. Anti-Saloo- n H. Wilhoite, of Stamping 70 years old, is in the Ground, Franklin county jail, charged with applying for a pension in the name of Sergt. James H, Wilhoite, of Company E, Thirtieth Kentucky, said to have been the prisoner's uncle. reside in the Waynesburg section of the county. Mr. Ernest M. Carter, of this city, and Miss Marietta Wallace, formerly of Stanford, but who has resided at Campbcllsville for some time, wore married in that city at 2 o'clock Wednesday by Rev. W- - G. Montgomery, .pastor of the Christian church , at his home. Mr. Carter and sister, Miss Maud Carter, left here Wednesday morning by auto, and Miss Carter was one of the few who witnessed the marriage. After the ceremony Mr. Carter and bride and Miss Carter returned to Stanford and were entertained at a very de lightful dinner that evening at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Carter, on East Main street. Others present at the dinner were: Mr. Leo Hayden and Miss Elizabeth Carter, Howard Newland and Miss Mary Early and Dr. H. J. Brazclton-Latein the evening the bridal party repaired to the home that Mr. Carter had furnished, corner Logan avenue and Miller streets, and several hours were enjoyably spent by the young people and the newly weds. The groom is one of Stanford's good business men, is energetic and progressive and a gentleman in- all the word means. His bride is an exceedingly pretty brunette and a very charming young woman. She was born and reared here, where she has, a host of friends. splendid ticket nominated. I have Lnejroi thought f 'floinjothexwisa.iJfc -' '&!...vii-- "NEW SOURCE OF PAPER was my great aesire to serve my The paper shortage has stimulated people as their high sheriff, but the the inventive genius of the whole majority has seen fit to give the world into a search for new forms nomination to another and I freely of raw materials. Discoveries along submit to the will of the people. this line arc announced almost daily Everything considered, I am proud because the essential constituent of! of my vote and I am under obligapaper, the cellulose fiber, is common tions to those who voted for me as to almost the whole vegetable king- well as those who worked so hard in dom. The problem is wholly one of my interest in the campaign. Again cheapness and practicability of pro- thanking you. I am gratefully, duction. Among the promising sugW. S. DRYE. gestions are the proposal to use spinach stalks, put forward by a French TO THE DEMOCRATS scientist, who has proved his success OF LINCOLN COUNTY experimentally, and the proposed I do not feel that it is necessary use of the Mexican sacaton grass. A for me to rush precipitately into very promising related development print to prove my loyalty to the ticket is the reported perfection of a pro- nominated on last Saturday. I have cess by which the printer's ink can be never failed to support the nominees removed from old newspapers. of my party, and while I cannot approve the means adopted to secure STILL SELLING FARMS the nomination of some of uor canHughes & McCarty, the hustling didates, I shall give them my supreal estate men, have sold for W. S. port. With but two exceptions I votand Elmer A. Miller to W- - A. Cooper ed for each and every one of our their farm on the Milledgeville pike, nominees, and will freely support the known as the Mrs. Alice Lytic place, entire ticket in November. I desire for $11,000. The farm contains 100 to thank, form the bottom of my aores and is reasonably well improv- heart, the true, loyal and unpurchas-abl- e ed. They also sold for W. A. Cooper democrats that gave me their his place on the Lancaster pike, half support. Yours truly, mile this side of Dix rive, his house, M. F. NORTH, store-rooand eight acres of land for $3,500, to Winifield S. Miller, IT IS SENATOR HARLAN NOW father of W. S. and Elmer A. MilAttorney Jay W. Harlan defeated ler. Hon. Clay Kauffman for state senator in this district by a majority of IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES votes. The race was a John Sparks, aged 13, is dead at close one and was hotly contested. Nicholasville of tetanus. Mr. Harlan is not allied with any Joseph L. Campbell has been appointed postmaster at Dunnville, faction but will go to Frankfort free from entanglements and will be in a Casey county. position to represent the district. Mrs. Em Wingate, a The Bechkam leaders attempted to woman of Casey is dead. The re- get control of the legislature in ormains were taken to Lebanon for der to embarrass Gov. Stanley's adburial. to Thomas Alexander, brother of Wil- ministration, without reference anything good being accomplished son and Tilford Alexander, the state. Danville Advocate. of this county, is dead in Lex- for the ington. He was a merchant at DanGIVENS LAND AT AUCTION ville years ago. W- B. McKinney, as administrator and agent, will sell at public auction Threats that every union man en- beginning at 2 o'clock Saturday afgaged on Government work would ternoon, 11th, the valuable farm bestrike within a few days unless de- longing to the late J. A. Givens, near mand of the Carpenters' Union for McKinney. He will also sell some a closed shop on Government con- live stock, household furniture, tracts is met, wero mado by spokes- Three tracts of land are to be etc. dismen for the union at a conference posed of and it is all valuable dirt. in New York with representatives of the War and Navy Departments HOTEL MEETING TONIGHT and contractors. The second meeting of those who s favor a hotel for Stanford LINCOLN LODGE CALL MEETING will be held in the director's room of All members of Lincoln Lodge the Lincoln County National Bank, No. CO F. & A. M. are requested to begining at 7:30 o'ejock tonight. A be present Monday night, August 13. largo attendance is desired, as much Work in Masters degree. Visitors are business is to be transacted. cordially invited. Don't forget that hotel meeting at Join the Red Cross Chapter to- - the Lincoln County National Bank night. tonight. r TrWO-m ANOTHER CALL NECESSARY JUDGE MENEFEE NOW CAPTAIN Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday The many friends of Judge John n gcrat deal of damage, pasted over were spent in examining the 254 N- - Mcncfcc, Jr., were mado glad last certain sections of Lincoln county men whose names were included in night when n message came that told Thursday afternoon nbout 2:30. In the first call' for army service, and that he had been made a captain. Stanford there was a heavy down- while this work was completed in the For several months Judge Mencfee pour and some wind, but not enough appointed time, a great deal of the has been at Fort Benjamin Harriof the latter to do any damage-Ther- clerical work has been done since. son training, and while his friends was no hail here. At Mr. W. T. The examining board, composed of expected something good for him, Tucker's, out on the Ottenhcim pike, Sheriff', J. G. Weathcrford, County they were most agreeably surprised there wns lots of both wind and hail. Clerk ,GkR. Cooper and Dr. E- - J. when it was announced that his berth His silo was blown over, while five Brown, wns Ussisted in their work by was n captaincy. It is not known just acres of tobacco, between four and Dr. W. N. Craig and Messrs P. M. now when or where he will be pressfive feet tall, and the best crop Mr. McRoberts and J. B. Paxton, and to ed ipto service, but is is certain that Tucker says he ever had, was liter- these gentlemen, Lincoln county peo- he will make good wherever duty ally ruined by hail. A field of corn, ple in general owe a vote of thanks. calls. Prof. W. C. Wilson, for sevnearly 25 acres, was also greatly The amount of work entailed in tak- eral years head of the Stanford damaged. Out in the Sauflcy section ing the examination's and preparing Graded and High School, was made the wind did considerable damage the triplicate forms for the govern- a second lieutenant, as was Harry W. The chimney on the home occupied ment can hardly be imagined, and Farmer, of this city. The latter won by Henry Fields, was blown down, had not the board had the assistance his spurs by competitive examinafencing was scattered over the fields it did, it would have taken very much tion. Paul Dexheimer, of Somerset, and telephone wires were laid low. longer' to complete the enormous William A. Obenchain, who looked In other sections of the county hail task. It is impossible to say just now after the State's interest in road ruined or damaged tobacco crops as how many of the 127 men will be se- work in this section, and Edward G. follows: W. L. Marcum, on the old cured from the first 254 examined, Flaig, of Danville,, were all made Levi Hubble place, five acres; J. H. but when it is told that fully sixty captains. First licntenants appointed Murphy, out on the Hustonville pike, per cent, asked exemption and many from this section of the State are: eight acres; J. F- - Gover and Sam failed to pass the physical examina- William R. Hudspeth, Berca, Lee B. Bishop, near Peyton's Well, 12 acres tion, it will be seen that the number Lcdford, Paint Lick, W. B. S- - Woodfor the former and seven for the lat- will be proportionately very small. ward, Boreing, Raymond S. Sherrer, ter; Joe Gerkey, of the Highland Quite a number of the boys were Corbin, Ector S. Lawson, Lancaster. section, two acres; W. M. Matheny, given exemption buttons, while oth- Those getting second lieutentant's out on the Ottenheim pike, five acres;' ers were exempted for the time, but places were: Robert L. Maddox, C. D. Boone, of the same section, can bo recalled later. Only those who Robert L. Bronaugh, two acres, W. R. Daughtery, three were physically unable to pass were Nicholasville, Charles T. Corn, acres of tobacco, 25 acres of corn given $ exemption buttons, which Carrol C. Batson, Berea, and fruit damaged. means' that they will not see service Robert G. Richardson, Somerset, R. M. Newland, the insurance man as a ''result of the registration held Watler K. Hines, Somerset, Florian of this city, carried hail insurance on June 5th. Another call for at least G. Giles, Wilmore, Elmore E. Inmost all of the crops that were dam- 250 men will be necessary and it is gram, Wilmore, Thomas E. Mahan, aged and the owners will get $100 more than probable that the names Williamsburg, Reuben W. Owens, per are, which will compensate them of that number will appear in Tues- London, Lewis L. Lancaster, Lebanto a considerable extent for their day's Interior Journal. on, John B. Moore and Bacon Moore, loss. Harrodsburg, John W. Bruce, DanMONDAY, 20th ville, Edward W. Scent, Barbourville, i.iu citizens oi waynesDurg arc William B. Ham, Burnside, Robert TO THE DEMOCRATS OF LINCOLN COUNTY hustlers. Last Sunday night their W. Burman, Richmond,, William L. I am exceedingly grateful to the school building burned and on Wed- Wallace, Richmond, James W. Phildemocrats of Lincoln county for the nesday an election was called for lips, Lebanon, Clyde B. Taylor, Hargood vote given me Saturday last. I Monday, Aug. 20th, to take the sense rodsburg, Vincent R. Bartlctt, had fully intended expressing my of the people on voting bonds to pay $5,000 concrete school buildthanks to you in Tuesday's Interi for THE LINCOLN COUNTY FAIR or Journal but matters incident ttf ing. Mr. A. B. Morgan, who is secre-tary.In about ten days the Lincoln the board of trustees of the my late campaign prevented me. Of County Fair will be held at Stanford-Largcourse I am going to support the schoil, was here Wednesday and had crowds are attending the fairs bills printed advertising the election. e Mid-dlcsboHar-rodsbur- g, BONp-ELECTIOLaw-rencebur- g. of THE LATEST WAR NEWS The weekly statement of British merchant shipping losses shows a slight week. previous vessels of more than 1,000 tons and two of less than 1,000 tons were reported punk by submarines or mines. In the previous week eighteen over 1,G00 tons and three lost. in the other category were fifty-eig- ht well-know- n for-m- or - high-clas- and the promise of lots of horses and other stock, there is every reason to believe that Stanford will have the biggest crowd known in years. Things are being gotten in shape for the exhibition and by 9:30 o'clock Wednesday MAY ENGAGE DR. GANFIELD morning, Aug. 22, all will be in readThe following dispatch from WauBRODHEAD FAIR NEXT WEEK kesha, Wis., appears in the Milwau- iness for what is predicted will be All roads will lead to Brodhead greatest fair Stanford has ever kee Journal. Dr. Ganfield is well the next week and it is very likely that your bit to make it a sucknown here, where he has preached had. Do all of them will be full of people goHe is at cess. and lectured several times. ing to the great Broadhead fair. The present president of Centre College: exhibition begins at 10 o'clock WedTRACK WALKERS KILLED Dr. W- - A. Ganfield may be selected nesday morning and from that hour Elisha Young and Davis Hyatt, as the head of Carroll college to sucuntil something like 5 o'clock Fritrack walkers for the L- & N., were day ceed Dr. W. O. Carrier, who resignafternoon there will be someover and killed by a train near ed last week to accept another posi- run thing doing on the fair grounds as livtion at Chicago. Dr. Ganfield has East Bernstadt. Both of the men well as in the splendid little town. ed in Laurel county. They were hurbeen asked to appear before a meetThe premium list this year is uning of the college board of trustees, ried to London, where they died usually attractive and it will doubta call having been extended to him. shortly after the accident. The men less draw a big lot of stock to the had met at the end of their divisions fair. The L. & N. has offered reduced and were going over the details of DR. SANDERS SUCCEEDS CASEY their work, when seeing a freight rates and as usual a great throng from Lincoln county will take adDr. A. F. Sanders,, of Danville, train coming, got out of its way. vantage of them. The trains run just will succeed Dr. J. M. Casey as a They didn't see a light engine apveterinarian here. Dr. Casey is now proaching, and stepped in its path. right to go to the fair and return home in time for supper. waiting his call for service in the veterinary department of the army. BUYS MORE PROPERTY MURPHY TRIAL CONTINUED Dr. Sanders comes highly recomTC. Ball, the hustling Depot Albert Jenkins, who was shot by mended and should do well here. He street merchant, has bought of A. has practiced his profession in Dan- A. Russell his desirable residence John William Murphy at the time the latter killed Jenkins' wife, who ville since April. He is a graduate of and lot near the L. & N. depot at the Indiana Veterinary College, and Shelby City, and has rented it to was a sister of Murphy, was not able to come to town Thursday and held a chair in that institution for Mr. Russell by the month. It is prob- Judge James P. Bailey continued two years- He has also seen governable that Mr. Ball will rent out his the case until such time as he could ment service. property here and move to Shelby come. Jenkins is getting along City. However, if he considers the and it is believed that he will TO THE DEMOCRATS wishes of his many friends here he be able to leave his home by the OF LINCOLN COUNTY will remain at Stanford for the rest middle of next week. Murphy, who I am deeply grateful for the of his natural life. did the killing and W)unding, resplendid vote given me for the demomains in jail and :rems deeply cratic nomination for assessor at the LOST VALUABLE HORSE grieved over the killing of his sister. primary Saturday. I shall use my utMr. John M. Rankin had a valumost endeavor to measure up to the able sorrel horse to die of blood BRENT HAYS CROSSES OVER responsibilities of the office and mer- poisoning a few days ago. He got darkBrent Hays, the it the support that was so freely caught in a wire fence and sustained ey who lived for a long time on Dix given me. Again thanking you and injuries, which brought about his river, but who bought a home in assuring you further of by apprecia- death. Mr. Rankin had owned the Macksville some years ago and has tion, I am gratefully yours, animal many years and his children since lived in it, died Wednesday JAMES N. CASH. had driven him to school year after morning after a long illness. His buyear for a long time. rial occurred in the Logantown buryRED CROSS ITEMS ing ground. Years ago "Uncle Brent" MOVED HIS GROCERIES The Indies of the Red Cross Chap-to- r was quite a republican politician, but Mr. M. O. VanDeveer, who has are working each Tuesday, in latter years he has taken little or been "keeping store" in the brick Thursday and Saturday afternoons in no hand in elections, except to vote. the basement of Severance & Son's dwelling just south of the railroad Ho was a very clever old darkey and store doing surgical dressing, etc., on Lancaster street, has moved his had many friends among the white and they request all ladies who arc stock of groceries, etc., to the build- people. interested in the good cause to come ing on Depot street, just across from BIG SALE IN EAST END and help them in the work. If you the county work house. Your attention is called to the adcan not come every afternoon, you CHILD BURNS TO DEATH the United Realty Co. will be more than welcome when you The home of Charles Simpson, lo- vertisement of which appears on the eighth page of can come. cated on Little South Fork in Casey, paper. This sales company will burned a few days ago and one of this FAIR MEETING SATURDAY P. M. his children was burned to death. sell at public ncution tomorrow, SatThe directors and stockholders of Another was so badly burned that it urday, beginning promptly ab 10:30 o'clock the D. II. Sanders and Dr. the Lincoln County Fair Association is not expected to live. Graham farm which adjoins the valwill meet in the Knight of Pythuable Crab Orchard Springs properCARPENTER LOT SALE ias Hall at 3 o'clock tomorrow, Saturday afternoon- It is important that Don't forget the sale of the Car- ty, near Crab Orchard- The farm has the full board of directors be pres- penter lot at 2:30 tomorrow after- been cut up in lots of 10 acres and ent. Be on hand and on time. E. C. noon. Sale on premises, on Depot over and somebody is going to get a ' bargain, 1 street. Walton, Secretary. tractive-progra- m - of the Waynesburg.j)eojgle is deserving of commendation and their determination to have a good school building as well as a good school should be emulated in other quarters. JEfao-5C-;- h that are being held, and with the at With the exception of one man the members of the American mission to Russia emphatically disapprove the suggestion' that American troops be sent to the eastern front. They declare that American soldiers would hinder rather than help the baby democracy and that what Russia needs now are supplies and encouragement rnther than more men. 'The moment the appointment of Herbert C. Hoover as food administrator is announced by the President Mr. Hoover will draft into the Federal service for immediate action an efficiently organized and trained force of men and women to begin the great task of administering the provisions of the food control law. Many protests were made yesterday against the War Industries Board's announced policy of forcing producers to sell to the Allies at the same prices as to the United States, and demanding reasonable prices to the public. Men called for military service under the selective draft law will receive consideration of a nature vastly different from that governing the conscription of the War Between the States or the methods employed in Germany or other nations in forcing men into ranks of the army- In the regulations governing the mobilization of selected men in their home districts for transportation to the cantonments, the President has urged every precaution to dispel the notion of enforced or unwilling service. These regulations, approved by the President, were announced last night. Wholesale claims for exemption from the army draft, reported from many sections, caused Provost Marshal General Crowder to telegraph to Governors of the States, directing, that local 'boards to "reduce dis- charges for dependency1 to a far more restricted class, and to very closely defined circumstances." Unfair advantage is being taken of the regulation, he asserts. - 0 - - first-rat- e, -- well-know- n - - Page Two The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, August 10, 1917 KINGS MOUNTAIN Rev. Masters returned home Sat- 9HIHIilHHIIMHHftkp Children Cry for Fletcher's WHEELER'S Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store counts on coomplete outfits to new We operate five large beginners. stores and buy all our goods in carload lots, a saving from 5 to 20 per cent to our customers. We will sell you iArVPi- vnii livf. antl if VOll haven't all the cash ready to pay down, you can easily arrange with us to pay the balance at some future time. All goods win oe aenverea free within a radius of 50 miles of our store. You should make this store a visit and convince yourself that this is the place for you to trade 1 -. We have more than doubled our stock since moving into our new store in the new Hotel building and are showing one of the most complete lines of furniture and rugs of any store in Central Kentucky; also Cook Stoves, Refrigerators and Ranges. Special dis- urday, having held a successful meeting at Piedmont, Casey county. Mrs. Myrtle Gooch has been ill for a few days. Master Lyman Hatter is suffering very much with poisoned feet. Edgar Smith, ono of our finest young men, went to Somerset Tuesday and having passed the examination, enlisted in Uncle Sam's army. Miss Elizabeth Dye, of Danville, came down Sunday to spend a few weeks with friends nnd relatives here nnd at Pleasant Point. George Walls nnd family spent Sunday with Logan Walls. Mrs. Criss Horton nnd children, of Cincinnati, are with the family of Milford Vaught for a few weeks. The children are victims of whooping cough. Miss Sadie Baxter wont to Lexington Friday to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Brown for a few days. Logan Walls left Sunday for Pulaski to haul on the new pike which is being mnde from Somerset. Oscar Vest is threatened with typhoid fever. Dr. C. M. Thompson tells us his mother is very ill but that there are some hopes of her recovery. She lives at Clarence, Ky. The Baptist South Kentucky As sociation will be held at Pleasant Point church August 14, 15 nnd 1C. All arc invited to attend and take well filled baskets. Messrs. Eugene Hart, Coakley Murphy and Herbert Reynolds have returned to their homes here having held positions in Detroit for several The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been In use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made unaer nis per- sonal supervision since Its Infancy. iy-jjZ- . 7&4cu4Zi Allow no one to deceive you in this. " are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and trifle with and endanger the health of Experiments that Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. "Just-as-good- n-- Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Ir contains Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic subslance. Its age is its cuir:uiteo. For more than thirty years it has been in ccr.it..at use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Cclic :M .Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, ... i 157 rcguiating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Cailircn's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR I A GENUINE CASTORIA PBears the Signature of ALWAYS A. F. Wheekr Furniture Co. Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store KEENE LUTES, Manager DANVILLE, KENTUCKY WSSSaaSSSESSESSSSJSSOBSXSKBDBiSiSmBSk I In Use For Over 30 Yeats The Kind You Have Always Bought I months. Mrs. Jack Walls, of South Fork, visited her mother, Mrs. Austin, 'WSR'.lWW JpflU THK CKNTAUfl GOMPAMV, Nrw VOHK CITV. Now Is a Good Time To Treat Your Catarrh which infest your blood, and chases Mild weather aid treatment. Don't be misled into thinking th.it 'them entirely out of your system. It your Catarrh is gonc. The first touch is by lar the most satisfactory treatof winter weather will bring it back ment for the disease, because it reaches down to its very roots and with all its discomforts. for But this is an excellent time to gets at the cause. Write thoroughly cleanse the blood of the full information, and expert medical germs of Catarrh, and be forever advice regarding the treatment of rid of the troublesome sprays and your own case. Take advantage of this chance Address Swift douches that can never cure you. Atlanta, S. S. S., the great blood purifier, Specific Co., Dept. G searches out the germs of Catarrh Ga. I to-da- TO AILING WOMEN RECORD CROP OF CORN y . to-da- y. JUNCTION CITY Miss Lydia Lay has been visiting Mrs. George Lay, her grandmother, at McKinncy the past month :ind has grown so large and good looking one scarcely knows her. Miss Elsie Alstott is with relatives in Casey county this week. Miss Ada Steele is visiting friends in Lebanon Junction and Lebanon. Mr. P. K. Dunn, a Christian minister and lecturer, and now advance agent for the Radcliffe Chautauqua to be in Junction City Saturday, August 18th to Tuesday, August 21st, met with the Chautauqua guarantors at Monday night and L. T. Rankin was chosen president, E. L. Grubbs, secretary, Dr. J. R. Steele, treasurer, Mr. W. A. Reynolds chairman of the ticket committee with Mrs. W. M. Haucom and Miss Lucy Hankla, as cuptains of the two sides for selling advance tickets, Mr. Chas. Rosel was chosen chairman of advertising committee with G. A. V. C. Silcox, Dunn, S. W. Hurke, Sr., Chas. llarberson and J. C. Minor, as aids. Mr. James Osborne is chairman of the tent committee with Robert Reynolds as assistant. W. P. Given- - was made chairman of the program for the first day; E. L. Grubbs second day, Dr. II. S. Chace day. Mrs. J. V. Bailcv was third chosen chairman of platform decorations. Bids are to be received for ' booth ts. Hon. Matt S. Cohen, Commissioner of Agriculture, has consented to be with us the first day, Mrs. Heln Welcott or Miss Aubyn Chinn will be here to assist the county demonstrator, Mrs. Jennie C. Grubbs on the morning of August 18th. Supt. McIIunry Rhoads, of Frankfort, will be with us Monday. H. Nation will be the Chautauqua director and Gov. A. 0. Stanley and Dr. Ganfield will prcbobly be with us Monday or Tuesday. Rev. M. J. James, of Georgetown, filled Rev. Enlow's pulpit at the Baptist church Sunday very accept" she and her son, whose eyesight is better than hoped for, are on a va- cation at Hustonville. Sunday, August 12 will be an open date of the Chautauqua. Rev. E. L. Ford has been made chairman of the program which will probably have director W. A. Nation, a cousin of Mrs. Carrie Nation, as chief speaker. All cannings club girls, who appear in cap and apron at the morning session of the Chautauqua, Saturday, will be admitted free. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Grubbs were delegates to the Christian Sunday school convention at Perryville. Mrs. II. S. Chase is, quite sick, but her daughter, Miss Mary Louise has about recovered from her injury. Sergeant Sterling Chase of Co. 1, 1st regiment, Louisville, was here Sunday, when she got hurt and he saved her life for all the physicians were out of town at the time. Albert Minor, Wallace and Chas. Preston, Mr. Price, our brave soldier boys, were here from Lexington Sunday. A Little Sound Advice Will Help The Louisville & Nashville railroad Many a Sufferer in Stanford was finally assessed by the State Board of Valuation and Assessment No woman should consider herself at $12,000,000. healthy and well if the kidneys arc weak. Poisons that are passed off when the kidneys are well, are re- RHEUMATISM ARRESTED tained in the body when the kidneys Many people suffer the tortures o are disordered. If the kidneys and because stiffened lame muscles bladder become inflamed and swollen of impurities andthe blood, jointseach sucand in worse troubles may quickly follow. ceeding attack seems more acute until This is often the cause of bearinsr-dow- n rhcuniatismhas invaded the whole system. To arrest rheumatism it is quite as impains, lameness, backache, etc. portant to improve your general health as Uric poisoning is also frequent cause to purify your blood ,'anu the cod liver oil r, of headaches, dizzy spells, languor, inScott'sEmulsion is nature'sgreat while its medicinal nourishment nervousness and rheumatic pain. strengthens the organs to. expel the Yhcn suffering so, try Doan's md-nc- y impurities and upbuild your strength. Pills, a remedy that has proven .Scott's Emulsion is helping thousand Join the Red Cross effective in thousands of such cases. every day who could not find other relief. night. Refuse the alcoholic substitutes. Let a Stanford woman tell of her exblood-make- The largest crop of corn ever grown in the United States is in progress for the coming harvest. The Department of Agriculture's August crop report just issued, showed corn prospects improved to the extent of 07,000,000 bushels during July, a total production of 3,191,000,000. Wheat, however, shows a decrease of Spring wheat 25,000,000 bushels. had a bad month and prospects decrease 40,000,000 bushels, but winter wheat returns indicated 15,000,-00- 0 bushels more than forecast in July. Wheat production, winter wheat combined, now is forecast at 053,000,000 bushels. Chapter to- - Defamation of character by the publication of no less than three editorials prior to the primary of last Saturday, is charged by Sheriff Charles J. Cronan, successful aspirant for the democratic nomination for Mayor of Louisville, in a suit filed against the Louisville Herald Company and John C. Shaffer, of Chicago, owner and publisher in which he seeks to recover $300,000 for alleged libel. Ten thousand members of District Mine Workers, in Southeastern Kentucky and Northeastern Tennessee will go on strike next Saturday unless the operators grant the demands of the men, the most important of which is recognition of the union. No. 19, United perience. Mrs. E. J. Cooley, Whitley Ave., Stanford, says: "My kidneys were out of order and I felt run down and tired out. I had dull pains in my back and across my loins. The action of my kidneys was irregular. I read of Doan's Kidney Pills and bought some at the New Stanford Drug Co. This medicine soon put my kidneys in good order and relieved other symptoms of kidney trouble." Price 00c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Cooley had. Foster-Milbur- n FOURTH ANNUAL Brodh ead Fai August 15, 16 and 17 The Road Engineer and crew? are working with might and main to have the road between Crab Orchard and Brodhead graded and in fine shape for the Fair. The fact is they will have it fully completed by Saturday night before the fair. Make arrangements to attend The Famous and Nation Wide Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Cc, 04-- 1 BREAKS JAIL TO EAT MEAL Charles Douthitt, sentenced to be Frank McGraw has returned from a trip to Alliance, 0. II. F. Ewin is in Louisville working on the cantonment. Hugh Rains, of Dallas, Texas, was with II. F. Ewing and family Tues day. Mr. and Mrs. Webb Fox, of States-vill- e, N. C, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Fox, Jr. and Sr. at Danville and Bowen, Monday and Tuesday. Mr. Hubert Roberts continues quite ill of heart trouble. The Junction City School will begin about Monday, Sept. 3rd. The place made vacant by the resignation of Miss Mai'guerite Keane has not been filled, but will be soon. Mr. Elmer Sharpe and Mr. L. T. Rankin passed the examination for the army at Danville Monday and Tuesday, but both will file exemption papers. electrocuted August 17 for the murder of Vernon Simms, and who broke jail at Georgetown, surrendered to Sheriff Ewing. Douthitt telephoned the officer from his home saying he was ready to return to jail. "I wanted to get home just once more," said Douthitt, "and eat a meal such as only my dear old mother konws how to prepare. I wanted to talk to my parents just a little while before I gave up my life. I am ready now; come and get me." Douthitt and two negro prisoners at the jail escaped after overpowering Jailer Lusby. The blacks are still at large. home-cooke- d ably. Miss Imogene Dawes is a pleasant The changes in the German Imvisitor at her uncle's Mr. J. G. perial Cabinet nnd the Prussian Ministry are not looked unon kindly by Blaine and family. the Liberal press of Germany. Berand Mrs. W. M. Trosper are lin newspapers agree that the old buMr. off on their annual vacation among reaucracy still is in power, nnd that no step in the direction of responsirelatives at Corhin and vicinity. bility to Parliament has been taken. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Bailey are vis- Dr. von Kuohlmnnn, the new Foriting relatives at Science Hill and eign Secretary, is renorted to be an opponent of the ruthless submarine ulsewhore. Mr. Jake Phillips is with his bro- warfare. ther, Clem Phillips with a broken leg. who is Miss Mnggie Clnrkson, teaching the Cove Spring School, was at home Snturday. Your correspondent visited Willow Grovo School lust week and found excellent Miss Vivian May doing Computations made by M. M. Logan, member of the Kentucky State Tax Commission, disclose the inequality of the taxation in the Commonwealth, inasmuch as some rich agricultural and mining counties assess the land at a very low figure. The assessment ranges from $93,89 per acre in Jefferson county to $.1.08 in Menifee. Williams Stock Company will play down town every night, just opposite the post office, in their big bran new tent. These Great Dramas: "LENA RIVERS," "EAST LYNNE," "THE TRAIL OF THE LONESOME PINE," "THE SHEPHERD OF THE HILLS" Hotels and Boarding Houses are preparing to accommodate all who stay over CARPENTER HOTEL LOT FOR SALE NEAR L. & N. DEPOT This vacant lot has been a money maker in the past for hotel purpose. The most valuable vacant lot in Stanford. The best place for a new modern hotel, (three stories) lunch room. Is also an ideal place for wholesale or retail grocery store; and storage house; coal yard; hemp and tobacco warehouse; Farmer's union warehouse for hay Remedy for and grains; fruits and vegetables; poultry house and coal, lime and cement storage house. Has both well and cistern, high, dry, well drained, located right, accessible to L. & N. dose convinces railroad. A short switch can bo easily work. cheaply made to this lot. No betTHE LINCOLN PHARMACY, THE and place ter for basement to a building. Mr. G. C. Nunn, of Burnside, is AND Will be sold by Master Commissioner STORE supplying Mrs. Lela Baker's place at PENNY DRUG Saturday. August 11, 1917, about the Cumberland Grocery Co., while OTHER RELIABLE DRUGGISTS 2.30 P. M. Brown's Greater Shows which are now making Lexington, will furnish the attractions. TWO BALLOON ASCENSIONS each day and numerous other FREE PERFORMANCES MAYR'S Wonderful STOMACH TROUBLE One imple-pleme- nt Good Roads, Beautiful Fair Grounds, Fine Groves and Inexhaustible Wells of Pure Cold Water, and only 25 cents admission, and 25 cents for your dinner. Your automobile will be parked Free. Gee, let's go to it? A The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, August 10, 1917 Elihu Root and his fellow members WAYNESBURG Rev. E. W. Coaklcy closed a scries of the American Mission sent to Rusof meetings at Frazure, Wayne sia three months ago, informed county last week. President Wilson in Washington that W. M. Benge visited his parents the newest of democracies grows stronger of heart and purpose dnily, in Wayne county last week. Miss Fay Acton, of Lancaster, is and with the proper encouragement visiting her aunt, Mrs. M. F. Pad- from the United States can be depended upon to do her part in the gett. Mrs. E. E. Morgan spent a few great wnr and emerge a powerful days with her brother, L. G. Gooch. State. Rev. E. W. Coaklcy and nephew, Crawford Blakeman are with relaThree persons were killed and two seriously injured Wednesday when tives in Campbellsvillc this week. Mr. V. S. Denson is very ill with shrapnel from the field pieces of paralysis. He is not expected to live. three batteries of artillery from the Messrs. J. M. Reynolds and Wal- Officers' Reserve training camp at ter Estes, who have typhoid fever Ft. McPherson, Ga., passed over the arc improving nnd we hope will soon top of Kennesaw mountain and be able to be out again. sprayed deadly fragments over n Misses Irene and Jucy Singleton part of its north side. spent Sunday wtih Misses Iva and Viola Gooch. Austrian miners at work in the Mr. P. B. McMullin nnd family iron mines near Virginia, Minn., quit work because they said they didn't have moved to Somerset. News comes from Somerset that want to produce metal that would Evelyn, little daughter of Mr. and kill their countrymen. Mrs. P. B. McMullin, has typhoid Page Three Call and Have Your SOME HAILI Salycrsvillc, Ky July 17. The heaviest hnil storm that ever was known in Eastern Kentucky visited Salyersville for about a space of two miles wide and ten miles Ion;; Sat urday, leaving absolute ruin in its wake. Not a house in Salyersville and its vicinity has a solid roof left, and nearly every house had windows broken out. The garden vegetation is a mass of ruin, driven into the ground in bite. Corn, tomatoes, beans, cabbage, etc., within its wake are a total loss, and the apples were all stripped from the trees. The in- -' sulators on the telephone poles were bursted as if they were thin glass, nnd the wires cut in twain as if they were threads. The cattle in the pastures were badly injured and the people of the town The damage to the section runs into thousands of dollars as the gardens and crops cannot be replanted at this season. The ground was covered about three inches with pure solid ice, and looked as though it was in the middle of winter. Louisville Post. Insure that tobacco and hemp crop before it is too late. panic-stricke- n. Rubber Tiring Done At E. T. Pence, Jr., Stanford fever. Mr. Roland Singleton visited his cousin, Durward Singleton and wife in Danville last week. Mr. R. E. Sorrell has gone to Louisville, where he has a position. Mr. W. II. Tollivcr, of Letcher county, is visiting his son, Mr. M. F. Tolliver. Mr. W. D. Johnson, of Science Hill, was here Tuesday. There was much excitement here Sunday night when our school building was discovered to be on fire about 10 o'clock. The fire had gained such headway nothing could be done to extinguish it and the building was burned to the ground. The supposition is that it was fired by some unknown party. We are very Dr. J. G. Carpenter Office R. M. NEWLAND Phone Nos. 45 and 1C8. Bank Building. Diseases of the eye, nose, ihroa:. ear, Genito-UrinnrPelvic, Recta! and Skin. Eyes Scicntificly tested and glasses wilfully prescribed. y, Stanford, Kentucky, in Lincoln County National EL J !&&&Eliti' '"" if Cr " "l CONSULTATION and SURGERY n.rt LfW Mj-- 1 El A To the Public: TIT I represent the largest aiid beet made clothing house in this conntrr Ed V. Pri'e avd Co., Chicago, tit. My experience In measuring and directing the ranking of your clothes, gives me the advantage over one who Is not a practicnl tailor. If you will givo me your crder, I will promise yon a square deal. Tou will get the worth of your money, either in the clieapett grades or tti higher prices. My The Auto Bin Girl SELLER'S KITCHEN SPECIAL We have a few REFRIGERATORS and BOSS OIL AIR STOVES left See them at PENCE & HILL'S, Stanford, Ky. EWY0RM0ST0N via Louisville & Nashville Railroad 30-Da- SPRING AND SUMMER line of samples is now ready fer your inspection. Can now and let me show you. Practical Tailor TDI sorry indeed that a thing of this kind should happen in our little town. U P DI ITV SliVilVWl Liljl Limit Round Trip Tourist Fares From Stanford NEW YORK $33.10 BOSTON $34.95 f PAINT LICK The death of one of our oldest and most respected citizens, Parker Anderson, occurred last Tuesday by falling down a cellar at his home. He was buried in the old Paint Lick cemetery last Thursday. Miss Anne C. Wallace, who is a teacher in Wesleyan College, Macon, Ga., is visiting relatives here. Mrs. F. Morris and Bernice Morris, of St. Louis, are guests of R. G. Woods and family. The writer remembers when this place exported as much as thirty thousand bushels of wheat. This year it will not ship five thousand bushels. ,The farmers ought to raise less tobacco and more wheat. Rev. W. M. Eldridge is holding a revival meeting at Burnside, Ky., and was absent from his congregation last Sabbath. Misses Alma and Mary Lear entertained at Rook last Thursday afternoon. Miss Ora Estridge is being entertained at a house party at Boones- boro. Thomas Park, wife and (jaughters, of Danville, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Woods. Dr. and Mrs. Schneck and daughter, Miss Mary Esther, were guests of Woods Walker and family and have returned to their home at Mt. Carmel, 111. county road machinery Madison is now at work on the Paint Lick and Berea turnpike. The community meeting held by C. C. Thomas was not attended as largely as it should have been on account of the hot weather, but the speakers, both male and female, were up to the standard and wc hope they will come in our midst again. TO PLACE GOEBEL PLATE The old brick walk that has been in front of the Old State Capitol at Frankfort for years is being taken up and a concrete walk laid- - The marble block, marking the place where William Goebel fell, when he was assassinated, will give way to a bronze plate set in the concrete, in- MM Used Reduced Fares to many other cities and resorts in the East and North FOR SALE! Year I Variable route fares available through Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, Niagara Falls, Buffalo, Detroit, Atlantic City, the Adiron- dacks, Lake Champlain, and other cities and resorts of the East and North, including trips on Atlantic and Great Lake steamers. For particulars, rates, folders, etc., apply 40 have for sale on my land at South Fork, Lincoln county, Kentucky the following stock: FOUR JERSEY HEIFERS AND CALVES ONE HOLSTEIN HEIFER AND CALF TWO BLACK YEARLING STEERS TWO JERSEY YEARLING STEERS TWO JERSEY YEARLING HEIFERS TWO RED YEARLING HEIFERS ONE BLACK YEARLING HEIFER ONE BLACK COW ONE JERSEY HEIFER TWO-YEAR-OL- D J. S. RICE, Ticket Agent CARDUI s The Woman's Tonic Sold Everywhere r. PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS Surveying and Leveling ' Gra-Lectr- ic Licrht Plant Power See demonstra- This stock will b worth the money. The Jersey heifers are al! of For further information see Mr. Andy White, good milK stock whe lives on the land, and who has charge of this splendid stock. will give you 35 lights. Price $175. tion at H. E. ROSS, Lexington, Ky. W. Be sure your title is good. Let me your land purchase for you, Phone 188 survey and make certain. Will go anywhere K. Warner's Stanford, Ky. M. C. Newland, Stanford Livery and Auto Service WILL CARRY PASSENGERS TO LANCASTER Make regular trip every Tuesday AUCTIONEER, LANCASTER, KY. Leave Stanford 7:00 A. M. The high dollar at your sale all the Phone 5. H. H. Carter, Manager. time and at lowest price; sales Call answered day or night. cried anywhere. CARTER & CARTER, Stanford. Ky. Phone 364A Lancaster at my expense CAPT. AM BOURNE thrax, Black Leg, and all othar WAYNESBURG. UNDERTAKER, tock diseases. We carry a large and complete stock JOHN COOK, Veterinarian, of Caskets, Robes etc at all times. Phone 204. Stanford. Ky. ; Phone: Farmers' line No. - Woodstock line No. -- J. M. REYNOLDS VACCINATE I am prepared to vaccinate for An- WV"y0KWOS7 M IKS'- - Vrr7vJi7b7 CONTRACTING See B. L. FAGALY for Contracting Daily Except Sunday and Building; of any sort Houses, Barns, Etc. Stanford. Kentucky. Leaves Stanford (St. Asaph Hotel) at 10:00 a. m. and 4.00 p. m. Leaves Danville (Hotel Annex) at 9:00 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. W. W. BURGIN Bundles and Packages Carried at DENTIST Low Charges Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays O. L-- MINKS. Pronrietor at Crab Orchard Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at Stanford Only Keelev Office in Lincoln Bank Binding Auto Bus Between Danville and Stanford T. W. PENNINGTON, DENTIST Stanford, Ky. Myers House Flats Phone: Office 240; Res. 165 The Institute in Kentucky For any information apply to MRS. V All kAJAkdJlJ try ff Vv , J. B. WILLIS scribed with the statement that it marks the place where he fell. The War Industries Board in announcing its policy, said that the Allies will be given the benefit of the prices obta'ned in America by the United States Goverment and that every effort will be made to maintain the same level of prices to the general public. When Vnl N. Brandon, an ploye of the nnval experiment emstn-tio- n Crab Orchard, Kentucky r yr rower sas J. B. PERKINS Room 28-29, Phone 214 DENTIST Lincoln Bank Building STANFORD. KY. Model 83 Four Plumbing, Tinning and Repairing of all kinds. For any work of this sort, see 895 f.o.b. Toledo Subject to change without notice The powerful Overland Model Eighty-fiv- e Four has been tested and proved under every road condition. It is the same motor, refined from year to vcar, that built Overland reputation. More than 900,000 of them have gone into service. Since the introduction of the Model Eighty-fiv- e Four Overland just a few months ago the public lias purchased more than $20,000,000 worth of these cars. Wc recommend this Four to you and the great American public, by its purchases, backs up our recommendation. x '' v ' A. D. PARSONS Phone 251 Stanford, Ky. South End Farmers can have all ailments of their horses, cattle and other live stock promptly and expertly attended by DR. H. A. PICKETT King's Mountain, Ky. Veterinarian, AUCTIONEERING land, stock, crops or household goods. Sales Cried Anywhet JOHN 1. DINWIDDIE, Mor.U.sL I can get you Highest prices for your at Annapolis, returned from work he found the body of his wifo lying on the bed. Her skull had been Aberdeen-Angu- s churshed. No motive for the crime Southdown Sheep, Duroc. Jersey Hogs was discovered. The best bloodlines is represented in each of these famous breeds. High-claSpencer Bertram was instantly individuals for sale at all times. killed in the Estill oil field. The E. V. CARSON R. F. D. No. S young man had ascended to tho top Stanford, Kentucky of an oil tank at an early hour in tho morning, carrying a lantern. Gas, If Your Aches which had accumulated above the oil, or your eyes hurt, you need your ignited and an explosion followed. glasses changed. Save your eyesight. Carlisle gardeners complain that Dr. J. will be here court days and Satur- their beans are being stolen at night days. Stanford, Ky. Phono 161. Sat- and their potatoes are being dug and isfaction guaranteed. taken away between suns. Cattle ss There is every comfort feature resilient cantilever springs; large tires; deep, soft, form-fittin- g upholstery: roomy body advantages fully in keeping with the performance of the powerful Overland Four Motor. Come in and sec this Overland Four, and judge for Head M fi; Turner Sold By Singleton & Owens, McKinney, Ky. vivaisU!V6 W! Page Four The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, August 10, 1917 The Interior Jqnml matter. Business Habits at Home Some men throw butinett habit aside when they get home. The fact ii that the tint care and foresight should be used in the home as in the o.Rice, store or factory. A checking account should "be opened for the household accounts and all money deposited and all expenses paid by check... This plan is simple and greatly assists the home keeper to take care of the income and ex penses. : : : : t : : t i t Household 3 e. c. ymm ( tUM 4 ifillHvriffct Moff Both luati 11.(0 Jrtk, per f .,,.. Wffk, far 8 mnM. ., 1.00 Twice ...., .78 o monmi rwiee far week, for 8 .40 Twice Once k week, either line, per yer...t.. 1.09 ' re BabecTiptloni to U ttopt whB time for m6h It li pMt Pp Subscript! ftatto tw, raonlhi., pr & DEMOCRATIC TICKET widow of the Florida East Coast king, thought that $5,000,000 was enough to pay for a husband or Judge Bingham thought it as much as he was worth- At any rate that is what the Louisville man will get acagreement, cording to a when without it he would have gotten millions more. Goodness knows he ought to be satisfied, however, as it makes him the richest' man in the Falls City, when before his lucky strike he was a struggling barrister and almost a briefless one, till Gov. Beckham discovered him and appointed him mayor of the city to fill a vacancy. T pre-nupti- al For Stale Senator Jay Harlan. For Itrprrtentatirr Dr. W. B. O'Dannon. For County Judge T. A. Rice. For County Attorney T. J. Hill, Jr. For County Clerk Geo. B. Coojier. For Sheriff M. Smith Baughman. For School Supt. Qarlaml Sinjteton. For Abettor Jamet N. Cah. For Jailer fleorge F. DeBorde. For Coroner John Meeks. There is one man whose name apMagistrate Stanford Dli. J. T. TJuddcrar. in the draft who would not Magistrate. Iluttonrllle DIs. 8. M. Owefu. pears Magistrate C. Orchard Dli. T. L. Tucker. claim exemption if permitted to Magistrate Waynetb'g Dli. J, M. Camden. to his country's call- - He is the Either Mrs. Flagler, the $60,000,-00- 0 negro who kiled a policeman at Murres--po- The opposition organs are trying with all their might to make it appear that Gov. Stanley was discredited by the primary, but the fact remains that his friends will organize both branches of the Legislature and proceed to enact constructive legislation, without hamper Very frequently in the past the Legislature elected in the last half of a governor's term is hostile to him, but not so this time. Gov. Stanley was victorious, notwithstanding the bitter, and in some cases, mean fight against his administration. We predict that under his direction the Legislature that meets in January will proceed to pass a resolution submitting the prohibition question to the voters of the State, without purpose of evasion or rider, and with it out of the way, get down to the other important business for which it was elected. Good advice to the Democratic Forward Leaguers would be to tell the truth and shame the devil. Reduced Prices' ..on Straw Hats and Oxfords Now Is Your Chance to Save Money Accounts Cordially InTit-eInterest Bearing Accounts at per annum. d. ::::: ray and whose spiriting away came near resulting in the circuit judge being mobbed by angry men who were not quieted till Gov. Stanley went to the scene and appealed for law and order. The negro was afterwards tried .under the protection of a military company and is now under sentence of death. $5.00 3.50 2.50 1.50 Hats, now and 3.00 Hats, now and 2.00 Hats, now and 1.00 Hats, now $3.50 2.00 1.25 .75 The president advises not to pay any attention to the German peace twaddle. He has learned from sad experience that such chatter is indulged in solely to lull preparation by us STANFORD, KENTUCKY whiles the Kaiser puts on double steam to prosecute his unholy war with greater vigor. Time to talk There are almost as many excuses peace is when he is thoroughly beatto escape the draft as were given en and lies prostrate begging not to when the great supper was served, be made to get off the earth. which is told of in Holy Writ. Vonllindenburg scaring the GerOne said he was a sole support of the mans to renewed effort by telling woman to whom he was paying alithem that the allies will demand four mony, but the authorities decided ot indemnity a billions ot that that excuse did not come under year for 100dollars The allies have years. the scope of exemption. The best made no intimation of indemnity and truest excuse we have heard was but if they demanded five times the Bugs You the one given by the Virginia negro. amount named it would hardly pay When asked the question he replied: the damage. We "Yes boss, I got a good excuse. Isc gun shy." This perhaps sums up the A confessed Boston bigamist has real reason that so many do not want been sentenced to serve in the front to go to war. line when his regiment goes into battle. This however is not as cruel or as Miss Beatrice Forsythe is suing at inhuman punishment as if he had Telephone No. 2 E. R. Coleman, Prop. Trenton, N. J., for $25,000 'lor the been sentenced to live the rest of loss of a leg or we should hre said his days with both the women he a limb. If it was as pretfyas her picture would lead one to think and the one she has left is filed as an exTO THE DRAFTED hibit to the jury, we have "fifteen To you unfortunate ones who are dollars in our inside pocket" which about to go forward to that long batsays she will be awarded the full tle line where the armies of autocraamount of her claim. cy and oppression are facing the armies of the free, congratulations The Right Rev. C. E. Woodcock, and bishop of Kentucky, is receiving You go, not as reluctant victims of some criticism for saying in (a ser- misfortune or a fatal chance, but mon in New York last Sunday that KY. rather as our chosen ones; the pick worrying is as sinful as drinRing or and flower of our manhood, whole of gambling. We fear the good bishop body, sound in "mind and spirit does not differentiate. Worry may what all of us should like to be- And not hurt other than the individual we who are too old or too weak, or who indulges in it. Drinking and in some other respect unfitted to go gambling may bring woe and desola- in body, shall go with you in spirit. tion to others. We know that we ask much of you, rAV and we expect much, for we expect Liberia, the negro republic on the things in keeping with our great west coast of Africa, 'is the last Vu things born of the spirit traditions declare war on German, which begins of Nathan Hale; but we know that to look like the thing will become we shall not be disappointed. unanimous. Negroes have proved In imagination and in sympathy fighters on many occasion themselves we shall be there with you on the and the Imperial Government may firing line, and at home we shall do find that though Liberia is little is all that we can to make you comfortloud and may prove a, factor in the able and content. We shall pray that Mrs. John Pope, who shot and final result. The Rivers anil Harbors Bill apyou may return in safety, but even propriating' $27,000,000, became a killed Roxie Brock Sunday, was It is said that the Federal attor- more fervently we shall pray that Wilgranted bail in the sum of $3,000 at law Wednesday with President neys will ask the death penalty for your courage may not flag or the Pineville. son's signature. draft resistors, who may think that edge of your determination be dullit is carrying the joke too far when ed. You are to fight in the noblest they feel the halter draw, but this is no time for cowards or slackers and cause in which man ever took up nothing but vigorous and rigorous arms, and for a nation the most genmethods of dealing with them will erous in all the world to her soldier sons. You go with her blessing for prove effective. she trusts you; and be sure that The Interior Journal is glad that whether you return or not she will it old friend and correspondent from hold your names in honor and grateParksville many years ago, Geo. II. ful memory until the end of time. Hocker, won his race for assessor in Youth's Companion. Boyle county, defeating another mighty clever man, Hugh Moore, for Ct. Arsenic 70 the democratic nomination. This is another recognition of the press, for which the press gang is deeply The Lincoln County National Bank NO BUGS Where There Is Paris Green have the have the Paris Green $8.00 7.00 5.50 4.50 Oxfords, now and 6.50 Oxfords, now and 5.00 Oxfords, now Oxfords, now . ... . . . . . . $6.00 5.00 4.00 3.50 See Our Window Display The Penny Drug Store M'Roberts&Bailey Gents' Furnishings Stanford, Ky J. H. Baughman and Company STANFORD, Prompt Answers It is God-spee- d the duty of the telephone See us about handling your - operator to ascertain the number wanted and ring the bell of the party called. If the called party is slow to answer the operator is as helpless as , , you are. Most of what you might think is "slow service" is caused by the subanswering promptly. You can help the service by answering your telephone promptly. scribers When you Teleplone-Smi- le Wheat Crop not Paris Green! Paris Green! Per NOW IS THE TIME AND CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated J. E. JORDAN, Local Manager, Stanford HERE IS THE PLACE TO BUY New York has just abolished the last of her horse cars. The metropolis is further behind in some things than it is advanced in others. A street car pulled by a horse is almost as much of a curiosity now as electrically propelled cars were when introduced. SPECIALS 95 cents $1.95 $5.45, $5.75 95 cents 48 cents STANFORD, KY. They sure do do things in Atlanta. The American Audit Co., has just reported that her contributions to the Red Cross fund was $2811,975, besides she has given more than her quota to every other undertaking. The corn trimmers are in session at Providence, R. In other .words, the National Association of Chiropodists are having their annual meeting therq , I- - PARIS GREEN! The White and Striped Skirts Men's Work Shirts SALEM & SALEM Ladies' $1.50 Waists Ladies' $3.00 and $4.00 Waists Palm Beach Suits Lincoln Pharmacy The Bargain Store ,x i The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, August 10, 1917 Page Five The First National Bank Stanford, Ky. Miss Minnie Leach, of Lexington, is the guest of Mrs. W. L. McCarty. Mike McCarty is visiting friends in Lexington and attending the fair. Mrs. J. 0- Newland, who has been ill with typhoid fever, is some bet- ter. REMEDYFORMEN. AT YOUR DRUGGIST. ORGANIZED ITS SAVINGS MENT ' DEPART- DECEMBER 16, 1914 and is much pleased with the results. Open an account at once. Interest will be paid at the rate of 3 per cent, compounded January and July. It requires 60 days notice before withdrawal of funds. semi-annuall- y, Mr. Welch Rochester went up to Mr. A. B. Florence, of Boston, was the guest of his brother, Mrs. James C. Florence-MisAnna Chancellor Goff, direcof Lexington College of Music, tor was here this week. Mr. W. 0. Scott, of Covington, has been the guest of his mother, Mrs. s 'PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Mt- - the Vernon fair Thursday. Sallie Scott and family. Rev. J. H. Dew is conducting a successful revival at Shawnee Run Baptist church in Mercer. Misses Elizabeth and Nancy Hunn are the guests of their aunt, Mrs. H. C. LeCompte, at Frankfort. Miss Amanda Newell, of Somerset, is the guest of Miss Mary Lynn Fox, out on the Gdshen pike. Mr. Letcher Grinstead, of Pittsburgh, Pa-- is with his mother, Mrs. W. S. Grinstead, and sisters here. Mrs. Harry N. Jones is spending fair week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Martin, at Mt. Vernon. J. Randolph Harris is confined to his home by illness. It is feared that he is threatened with typhoid fever. Mrs. R. C. Nunnelley and daugh ter, Miss Cora Nunnelley attended the Blue Grass fair at Lexington this , ' Mrs. Clarence Edward Tate is en- tertaining this afternoon in honor of Misses Simpson, Herndon and Hocker- Mrs. Lee Rupley and little son arc visiting Boyle and are attending the the former's parents in Perry-vill- e noon returning from a business trip to Livingston. Mr. and Mrs. Logan Hubble chap eroned Misses Mary Louise Woods and Pearl Embry to the Perryville fair Thursday. Mrs. Mary Scott and daughter, Miss Addie Mae Scott, of Hyatts ville, are the guests of Mrs. Sallie Scott of Goshen. Rev. C. E. Powell has arrived from Roanoke, Va to attend the bedside nf his father. Cant. B- F. Powell, who continues very ill. Mrs. W. G. With ers nf this citv. is also with him. Dr. Elwood Wcatherford is here from Brooklyn with his parents, Sheriff ana Mrs. J. G. Weatherlora Dr. Weathcrford has taken the ex" amination for service in the Medical Reserve Corns. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gooch, Misses Ida and Katherine Holtzclaw motor Lexington and ed to Frankfort, Versailles the first of the week and were the guests of relatives and friends at those places. News comes from Chicago that a little daughter has been born to Mr and Mrs. C. J. Robinson, of that city. The mother was Miss Elizabeth Creicrhton. who for years was the Interior's excellent correspondent at Kings Mountain. Misses Nancy K. McKinney, Annie V. Craig and Sadie Wcaren motored over from Stanford with their grandfather, S. II. Baughman, Monday, and are the guests of their aunt, Mrs. S. M. Sauflcy and family. - Col. A. H. Bastin, of Lancaster, was in Stanford Wednesday after- fair. 234. Thos. H. Ends. FOR SALE Five or six good Southdown bucks that I forgot to disMrs. T. D. Newland. pose of at my sale. J. M. Cress, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Hays Foster and Preachersville, K. 61tf little Miss Jane Murrell Foster went FURNrtUKtirMattings, Druggets, to Pinevillc today to visit Mrs. Fos- Rugs, Wall Paper, Lace Curtains, ter's parents, Dr. and Mrs. O- - P. Window Shades, Trunks, Suit Cases, Nuchols. Pictures and Stoves. W. A. Tribble, Mr. W. M. Wheat, a prominent Stanford. 28tf merchant of Middleburg, wns in the LADIES Engraved cards should city this morning and paid this of used for all social purposes. See fice a call. He was accompanied by be the new samples we have nnd as his son, Vertrees Wheat. anyDr. P. N. Blackerby and daughter, cheap as they can be bought where. The Interior Journal. 59-t- f Miss Mabel Blackerby, of Falmouth, FOR SALE Six threeyear-"oI- d are guests of the son and brother, mules; four Mr. R. M. Blackerby, and wife out broke ponies and one pike. on the Crab Orchard bull calf. J. Ernest Martin and wife, of Paris, Polled Angus high-grad- e G4-l- p have been attending the Perryville W. Baughman, Stanford. TAXES-TFbookra'reTeady'and c fair. Mr. Martin passed through this Ed Brady was at the Mt. Vernon afternoon for a brief stay at Crab your graded school taxes are due. fair Thursday. Orchard Springs before returning Call at the Crab Orchard Banking Mrs. Logan McCall spent several home. Mrs. Martin will remain at Co. and get your receipt. T. H. days in Louisville. 61-Perryville for some time. treasurer. Ben Jennings was at the Mt. VerJudge John D. Carrol, a member "DR. W. N. CRAIG is nowpre non fair Thursday. of the Court of Appeals, was here pared to test EYES and Dr. A. S. Price spent Thursday this morning and paid the Interior Pb supply you with glasses. with his brothers at Lancaster. Journal office a call. Judge Carroll, Office at residence ; phone 61. D. M. Young, a prominent citizen wife and two children, are sppnding of Laurel county, was in Stanford R. M. a few days at Crab Orchard Springs, Thursday. Headquarters for as is their custom each year. He says Mr. S. D. Campbell, of Perryville, Best Fire and .Life Insurance that the service there this year is his nephew, Mr. Bohon Campbell. very satisfactory and that table is Phones 168, 45 Stanford, Ky. Campbell. HOME FOR SALE Desirable the best for several years. Mrs. Miller Hill and Mrs. Robert Dr. A- - K. Caldwell, of Waynes-bur- home in Crab Orchard. Six rooms Damron were in Danville shopping with One was a caller at the I. J. office houses hall. town. of the best built in All necessary outWednesday- this morning. He says that James M. buildings. Fine well of water. Foui Dr. D. B. Southard and son, RichReynolds and Walter Estes, both of acres of ground. Plenty cf fruit. Ad ard Southard, attended the Mt. Verwhom have been typhoid fever suf- dress v. V. Uurgin. Crab Orchard non fair Thursday. S4-eferers, are convalescing. The doctor or Stanford. Mine Host J. S. Campbell, of the told this paper that Napoleon Trip-le- tt Campbell Hotel, is spending a few is erecting a big store building days in Louisville. on the lot he bought of A. B. MorMr.and Mrs. W. B. Jarvis, of An gan and that he is informed that he Offlc Phone 167 Home Phone It derson, Ind., are guests of Mr- - and will open an stock of Mrs. W. P. Kincaid. goods in it. Mrs. W. P. Kincaid and Miss Belle Russell were guests of Lebanon SKILES MADE GAME FIGHT friends and relatives. Howad Skiles, formerly of Shelby-vill- e, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Rankin and made a game fight for Reprechildren have returned from a visit sentative in the Legislature in LinWayne county. to relatives in coln county and lost by the bare Mrs. J. D. Sweeney is spending a majority of 28 votes. He was opposfew days with her husband, who has ed by Dr. W. B. O'Bannon, a promi1. C. secured a position in Louisville. nent physician of Stanford, who had The Pennybaker children, Ceil and STANFORD. KY. resided in the county all his life. Katherine, are over from Danville, Young Skiles is cashier of the bank with their aunt, Mrs. A. C. Hill. at Crab Orchard and made a remark Mrs. Sallie Goode, the aged mothL. & Co., able race considering the fact that er of Mrs. B. D. Carter, returned with he had lived in the county only a her from Perryville and is her guest. few years. He married a daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Cox left MonMr- - John Fawkes, of this city. He day for a two week's trip to Crab was backed by the Democratic For Orchard Springs. Cynthiana Log ward League while Dr. O'Bannon Cabin. was the Stanley candidate. Shelby- Rev. W. H. Hopper and family, el ville News. who have been with the homefolks E- here for several days, will return to WONDERFUL MARE THIS Louisville Saturday. of the James H. Thompson, 42, Mrs- - G. H. Masters and children, v Ruth and Charley Masters, went up Preachersville section, has a mare to East Bcrnstadt Thursday to visit 23 years old, which is suckling her 18th colt. Mr. Thompson has sold relatives and friends. Messrs. J. F. Gover and R. C. Nun most of her product for $125 to $225 nelley and Miss Cora Nunnelley, of each and has three good brood mares the Peyton's Well section, attended from her that are in foal. The old FARM LOANS filly is yet as lively as a cricket and, the Lexington fair this week. Over 3 Million Lcwined Through Rev. and Mrs- - P. L. Bruce return- according to her owner, it takes a This Office ed Thursday from several weeks half dozen men to catch her in the very delightfully spent at Montreat, field. She bids fair to live much long C8-4two-year-o- ld seven-months-old Bro-naug- h, 4t Cols. T. L. Carpenter and E. C. Hopper were here from Hustonville Thursday. Miss Gladys Southard is at Mt. Vernon attending the fair nnd visiting friends. Miss Mary Walker, of Greenville, Miss., is the guest of Mrs. II. P. Hawkins, out on the Danville pike. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Newland will arrive tonight from Wichita Falls, Texas, to visit his parents, Mr. and CENT -A- -WORD (Adf kert ar 1 em mora tmen imjtt, eaih irltb oMw Mnl Im Uiui26 Mfh JmuO Let the I. J. supply you with en- ADS graved cards. FOR SALE 200 good stock ewes. Jones & Cress, Stanford, Ky. G3tf Anywhere, day or night. Prices reasonable. Phone AUTO-SERVIC- Lincoln County Fair At Stanford, Ky. August 22, 23, 24, 1917 LIBERAL PREMIUMS FOR HORSES, MULES, SHEEP AND HOGS CATTLE, Floral Hall & Poultry Exhibit RICH ROADSTER, SADDLE AND DOUBLE TEAM RINGS m $150 Mule Colt Ring and Big Colt Stake Worth $250 YOUR FRIENDS COME AND BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY. WILL ALL MEET YOU AT THE LINCOLN COUNTY FAIR NEWLAND g, ot Undertaker - Embalmei Men's Clothing Hot te gSi ir -- 7.tfcrA mi I t v W1 i aaaaaHaSaVHaPTVlX. aaaaaaaaaaWflHBBS sfijfi S TJ? KaMaaKK&SfcrtFP rM j4 V W6V. FdBTM McCLARY J. Beazley Weather 'mer Undertaker Stanford, Phone We have some new cool clothes Palm Beaches and Mohairs. Now if you want a medium weight suit, we have these in blue serges, greys, browns and fancy mixtures. We are showing a nice line of Silk Shirts, Fancy Sox and a large assortment of Neckwear. 5 Per Cent W. KING & SON 1 ROBINSON'S Graded School BOND ELECTION Pursuant to a resolution adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Waynesburg Graded Common School District, an election will be held at 1 Richmond Climax. Col. W. G. Cowan was down from Hustonvillo a short while Wednesday. Asked about his crops, he said that he had 120 acres of as fine corn as he ever saw and that his other crops are excellent. "I shall put all of my corn land in wheat," he added. Mr- - II. D. Aldridge, who celebrated his 58th birthday this week,, received from his daughter, Mrs- J. II. Durham, of Durant, Okla., a half - er and produce more colts for the C, and other points South. Misses Margaret Shanks, Margaret man she has helped make rich. Herndon and Willie K. Simpson reINSURANCE HAIL BEATEN TOBACCO turned Thursday from New Castle, Joe H. Murphy, who had eight BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE where they visited Mrs. II. Kirby acres of tobacco ruined by the hail Cheapaida & Short Bourne. Lexington, Ky Mr. Burdette McKenzie and fami of Thursday afternoon, brought in ly are attending the Mt. Vernon fair a sample of his tobacco this afterntoday. Mrs. McKenzie and children oon- It looks as if shrapnel from a will remain for some time, visiting German gun had struck it broadside. Mr. Murphy says his tobacco was relatives. Mr. and Mrs. L- - A. Rankin and very fine and he is confident that he daughter, of Monticello, were the could hnve sold it for at least $250 guests of her sisters, Mesdames Mil- per acre this winter. We guarantee to save ler Hill and Dave Rankin, the first of of your fuel bill and heat your Senate debate on the $2,O0G,970,-00- 0 house comfortably.' Discard stoves the week. and save money with the War Tax Bill will open today Mrs. Dora Archer and daughter, Miss Marguerite Archer, of Louis- with leaders hopeful of passing the ville, who have been with Misses measure in about two weeks. 1 ; Dora and Minnie Straub, returned $100 Reward, $100 home Thursdny. The readers of this paper will bo Mr. and Mrs. C. M- - Young, of pleused tn learn that tliero Is at leant Tho Original Patented Pipeless one dreaded disease that scionco hns FurnaceMade by Highland, returned Thursday from been' able to euro tn all Its stages and The Monitor Stove & Range Co., New Castle and Elizabeth, Ind., that Is catarrh. Catarrh belni; greatly Cincinnati, Ohio tnlluenced by constitutional condition' where they have been visitng their requires constitutional treatment. Hull's Burns coal, coke, children. Mrs. Young was ill a por- Catarrh Mealclno Is taken Internally and or wood. Heals the aw acts thru tho Wood on the Mucous Surtion of the time she was away. home from kitchen faces ot the Systtin thereby destroying to garret. No cel tho foundation of tho (Unease, giving ttio Miss Katherine Harris has returnthe conto her homo in Stanford, having patient strength by bnllrtlnir up doing Us ed stitution uud assisting natnio In dJMMmmk lar neat to Gpoll produce. Satisfachave so much been called there by the illness of work. In Tho proprietorspowers of Hull'ii tion guaranteed. faith the curatlvo her father, Mr. J. Randolph Harris. Catarrh Medicine that they otYer One Easily and Dollars for any case that It falls Hundred Quickly Installed Dr. and Mrs- - Jack Casey, of Stanto cure. Bend for list of testimonials. Address J. CHUNKY & No pipes. Just cut ford, are guests of her parents, Mr. Ohio. SoldI by all Druggist. CO.. Toledo. 75c. one nolo lor toe nnd Mrs. R. B. Wilkinson. Mr. and single register. Mrs. Walton E. Moss and children Cheapest to Install, nnd Miss Cora Moss, of Durham, N. cheapest to use. N. Put Every Third Coal Dollar in one-third Your Own Pocket fsa ALw (R 1' Waynesburg Deposit Bank In Waynesburg, Lincoln County, Kentuckyon Monday, Aug. 20, 1917 between the hours of 1 P. M. and 5 P. M., for the purpose of determining whether the Trustees of said district shall be empowered to issue its bonds in the sum of $5,000 not to exceed the constitutional limit, for the purpose of providing suitable grounds, school building, furniture and apparatus for said district. R. Y. Ballard, Chairman, J. M. Reynolds, J. F. Stamper, E. L. Gadberry, A. B. Morgan, Secretary. --- C, loft Wednesday for several days' motoring trip to Frankfort, Camp Kavnnaugh and Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. George A. McRoberts and Betsy Margaret,, are with Mr. and Lancaster Record. DEBTS COLLECTED Dft.tk. NoUi, Claims of nil kind collected See bushel of the finest peaches mortal man ever saw. Mr. Aldridge was clever enough to divide the luscious fruit with a number of his friends, including the writer. Dice, anyulitrv in the I'nltid States. We guar, untie the colli ctiun or make no ihargea. book. wonder fur. tlfiik lot free CHATHAM BROTHERS MAY'S Kuom 7, Matonlc COLLECTION Illdif. Somerset, AGENCY Ky. Harrodsburg, Ky. (- V- V IN Page Six 1917 The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, August 10, 1917 ANNOUNCEMENT mhOFmm 1917 A sober, successful, observing, conCRAB ORCHARD Misses Nadinc McClurc and Tan-n- a servative old farmer declared that ho Thompson went to Mt- - Vernon had never seen corn grow as it has Tuesday. They will visit Miss Bessie this year. While a long way from an Swinebroad THE REAL ESTATE MAN i, (Succetior lo Hughe & Swinebroad)' Lancaster, Ky. HEADQUARTERS FOR REAL ESTATE -- IN- Poynter and attend the fair. Mr. Joe Payne, of Tennessee, is visiting his sisters here. Mrs. Mnttic Tanner, of Hnrriman, Tenn., who is visiting her sister, Mrs. Sam Tatcm, happened to quite n painful accident, breaking her right arm. They were nt the swimming pool at the Springs when she fell, breaking her arm. Dr. Phillips nttended her and she is getting along nicely. "THE LAND OF NOW" Experience and Efficiency Count In All Business Our records for the past eight years show sales of more than 13,500 acres of land, besides a large amount of town and city property and stocks of merchandise, amounting to more than $1,350,000.00 and this business was done to the entire satisfaction of more than 500 clients and customers and they are my references for "fair dealing." From my experience in the business I know how, when, where and , , what to advertise. i i To the one who has property to sen tarrn janus, city jiruijuny, uwui- lings, lots or business property, mercnnnuise or any rci nwic iiiuiiuamuu, I solicit your business, believing I can handle it to your entire satisfaction. Tt.t t.ii fnrm or nthpr nronnrtv with me now. I now have on hand a long list of parties who are going to buy something somewhere and your property may be just what I am looking for. To the one who wants to invest, I solicit your patronage as I know values and know that when you close a deal through mc you will get "value received" for your money. I have on hand tor sale at an times a Li.irge rvumucr m ruims, lititra Citv Property not in the advertised list, as my list of property is constantly changing, by sales, expirations, renewals, listing new properties and some of my best properties are not advertised at the request of the owners. of Garrard County, write mc and I will tell If you arc a you all about our County, its fertile soil, its products, market facilities, good roads, schools and churches, of Lancaster and its business, its people nnd its growth. The following is just a few of the properties 1 have on hand for sale now: FARMS A farm of 150 acres, partly rolling land, good improvements, on pike with about 100 acres of cliff and grazing land thrown in. A fertile farm of 184 acres with splendid improvements. Land lies well and is on pike. miles from town, on pike; new A small farm of 43 acres, 3 dwelling and new barn; good land; lies well. A farm of GO acres, on pike, 2 2 miles from town; land rolling; very house. fertile; mostly in grass; large tobacco barn; A farm of 84 2 acres, extra tobacco and hemp land, rolling; 2 large barns, splendid dwelling; land well fenced and well watered; tenant house and other outbuildings. A farm of 9S 2 acres of rich land, part level and part rolling; fine dwelling of 8 rooms, halls, cellar, etc; two acre orchard, 2 2 miles from town, on pike. This one is a bargain. 56 acres of very fertile land on pike, one mile from town; good dwelling and large barn, and other outbuildings; fine orchard and the land priced .... uci Little Frances Ballou, of Stan ford, who was visiting Sarah May Pettus this week, fell out of a swing, nnd for some time it was feared she had broken her arm. Dr. Hnrmon was called in and pronounced it a bad sprain but no bones broken. Mrs. Roxie Foley is quite sick at her home here. She came from near to see her sick New Castle, Ind-father, Mr. Reynolds nnd was taken ill in n few days after arriving here. Mrs. Joe Rinehart left for Louisville Monday after a pleasant three weeks' stay with her mother, sisters and brother here. Mrs. Andrew Dillion has closed her ice cream parlor for the summer. Mrs. Traylor and June Traylor, who have been with Mr. nnd Mrs. Ivon Fish have returned to their , assured yield, but a few more timely rains are needed. Gardeners have had a hard struggle with weeds for three weeks, but are now triumphant nnd the luxuriance of clean crops is boast of all but two or three of us sluggards, who sleep much. The almost daily rains skipped us without interruption of haying nnd grain stacking. Not enough of tho soakers Stanford got to drive us in doors. The blackberry crop is a bumper in yield and quality and never such prodigal canning and jamming of the staple. In a list of volunteers from this section, which has been furnished the Interior Journal, more than half who were credited to our suburb of West Lincoln, arc gallant Casey boys whose girl correspondents nddress all letters to Kidd's Store. Mrs. John O. McAlister, of Louisiana, and Mrs. J. H. McAlister, of Mississippi, Montana and Stanford, are guests of their proud kinsfolk and friends without number. Vltis It will got you home See Melt? w klP THE want it. It's thick in the center. Covers a larger cut, but because all waste rubber is eliminated costs less. Most efficient and best value tire patch on the market the beat insurance you'll get home. This patch is one of the many standard value 1 auto tires has the strength where you new Fisk Cementless Patch for FISK Tire Sundries Material. DIZZY SPELLS Relieved After Taking Two Bottles Of Cardui, Says Tennessee Lady. Whitwell, Tenn. Mrs. G. P. of this place, writes: "About four years ago the dizzy spells got so bad that when I would start to walk I would Just pretty near fall. I wasn't past doing my work, but was very much I told my husband I thought Cardui would help me, as a lady who lived next door to me had taken a great deal, and told mc to try It. This wac when we were living In Kentucky. My husband got me a bottle and I II took It according to directions. helped me so much that he went back and got me another bottle. I got a whole lot better and just quit taking It. I got over the dizzy spells... I took no other medicine at that time nor since for this trouble. No, I've never regretted taking Cardui. I felt just fine when I finished tho second bottle." Purely vegetable, mild and gentle In its action, Cardui, the woman's tonic, may be the very medlc.'no you need. If you suffer from symptoms ot female troubles, give Cardui a trial. Cart-wrighrun-dowt, home in Richmond. Mrs. Henry Brooks and baby went There's no higher quality anywhere. No motorist should be with- -' out them. Among the best known Fisk Sundries are Fisk Emergency Patches. Pure Fine Para Cement in tubes and cans and Fisk Repair; non-reside- nt 1- -2 1-- A farm of 128 acres, four miles from town, on pike; land partly rolling; splendid improvements. A farm of 110 acres of fine land, well improved, on pike; accessible to market of three county seats; land lies well. mile from pike, with good imA small farm of 18 acres, provements. A farm of 180 acres, partly rolling, very fertile, splendid improvebrick dwelling with front lawn to pike, easy terms; ments; large 05 acres in cultivation, balance in grass. A farm of 201 acres of level land; one mile from town, fronting on two pikes, susceptible of division into smaller farms; dandy building sites. A farm of 1G 2 acres, on pike, all in blue grass, large barn, fine building site for dwelling; orchard; land ready for tobacco and hemp; close to school and churches; also five miles from Lancaster. A farm of 24.48 acres of nearly level land; 5 room dwelling; large dwelling; large orchard; land fertile; on pike close to schools and churches. This is a "dandy" little home. A farm of 40 acres, high class land, on pike; five miles from Stanford; an ideal location. Will be sold worth the money and on easy terms. miles from Danville and five miles A farm of 151 acres on pike,. 6 from Lancaster; right on pike; two sets of improvements; farm lies in nearly a square and can be divided with fronts on pike. In splendid neighborhood and right at small village with school and churches. FOR RENT: A farm of 280 acres, well located; well improved and nearly all in grass and a part of the grass ready for the plow. Will be rented for the year 1918. A small farm of 14 acres, on pike, one mile from Lancaster; splendid brick residence; large barn and other outbuildings; well watered. Buy a home close to the best town in Central Kentucky. A farm of 500 acres LISTEN to this: THE BEST BARGAIN in Kentucky. Located on two pikes, near the famous Camp Dick Robinson section of Garrard County. Part of this land is virgin soil, ready for hemp and tobacco; 300 acres is nearly level in high state of cultivation. Four dwellings on the farm; the main dwelling is an ideal Kentucky country home; two large new tobacco barns, stock barns and other outbuildings; well watered and well fenced. If the entire farm is too much for von, will sell you a 275 tract, or 145 acre tract, or 85 acre tract. Priced right and on easy terms. A farm of 117 acres of rolling land, new dwelling, barn, etc; well miles from town; will suit some one who does not care to watered; 2 be right on the pike. Will sell at a bargain if bought at once. CITY PROPERTY: New modern dwelling of eight rooms, two halls, cellar, bath rooms, modern improvements, furnace heated, electric lights, water works, small modern barn and four acres of land. A dwelling of (i rooms and outbuildings and four acres of land. Another new modern dwelling of 10 rooms with all modern conveniences. A number of other dwellings and building lots. For further particulars and prices, inquire of one-fourt- h 1-- 1- -2 1- -2 Bettie Burgin. to Gum Sulphur to stay a few days with Mrs. Sallie Roberts. Miss Lizzie Boone, of Somerset, is the guest of Misses Elizabeth and Alene Newland. Mrs. James Anderson and sons, of Louisville, have been visiting Mrs. Mrs. Issie Tucker, of Cedar Creek, was with Mrs. Fish and Mrs. Pettus this week. Edwin Newland is fast recovering from typhoid fever under the skillful treatment of Dr. Phillips. Corn is looking finer than for many years and everything points to an abundant crop. The gardens generally are fine and fruit in abundance. Peaches will be plentiful and lots of apples. The blackberry crop is fine and selling here delivered at 15 cents per gallon. Miss Sadie Catlin of Lebanon, came Wednesday to visit Miss May-mHolman for a few days. Mrs. Howard Skilcs entertained a few of the young folks Tuesday evening at a musical. Splendid refreshments, in the form of ices and cakes were served and the young people had a most pleasant Collier, who is home from Denver, Col., is looking fine and is delighted with Colorado and its climate. The friends of Mrs. W. J. Edmis-to- n will be glad to know she has pbout recovered from a most serious attack of bronchial asthma. Mrs. James Messer has been sick for some time, but is able to drive around again. Mr. Walter Garner and wife, oc Missouri, are visiting his mother. Mrs. Roy Garner at Cedar Creek. Ihir is Mr. Garner's first trip home in many yeai's. He is looking line and in love with his adopted state. The speech of W. B. Hansford Friday night was said by all, fortunate enough to hear it, to be a masterpiece of eloquence. Crab Orchard has- always been proud of his talent and by many cheers and expressions of praise rendered the honor due him as an orator. He made a r.r.c race. A largj crowd of ladies was present and Crab Orchard did its bi'.st to have him nominated. e time-Bu- ' Fish Tires For Sale By Steele & Burton Hustonville, Ky. i Mrs. Kyle Bohon and son, Tom, of Illinois, arc here. Mrs. Callie Jeffers, of Louisville, is with her children, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jeffers. Those who hurried to make their second planting of corn in furrows made in middle rows instead of judiciously repeating as thorough preparation as at first planting have had a combat with grass and weeds which convinces that the maxim that a stitch in time saves nine can truthfully be amended by prefixing ninety to the nine. Experience is a costly school to many of us and not worth a cent to some of the writing paragraph about Since gardens it occurs that in nearly half experience, I have not century's known such exemption from all insect pests. Except few cut worms ia early weeks and an inconsiderable number of flea beetles, I have not seen a bug or worm, not even potato bug or cabbage worm. Premier Kerensky, Russia's man of the hour, is said to be threatened with a physical collapse, tho condition of his health, due to the enormous task and responsibilities of his position, being such as to cause grave alarm among his friends. The Interior Journal, $1.50 a year. All druggists. NC-12- 9 BIG Auction Sale OF- - Land, Stock and Crop Tuesday, August 14, 1917 at 0 o'clock a. m. 1 SWINEBROAD, The Real Estate Man Lancaster, Kentucky commissioner s Salt In obedience to a judgment of the Lincoln Circuit Court, rendered at the May term, 1917, in the action of C. C. Gooeh's Exrs., vs P. C. Sanders, the undersigned Commissioner will on MONDAY, AUGUST 13, 1917 11 a. m., in front of the court house door in Stanford, Ky., offer for salo at public outcry to the highest and best bidder, a house and lot in Waynesburg, Lincoln county, Ky., bounded on the north by the property of E. L. Gadberry, L. G. Gooch and T. S. Reynolds; on the oast by the property of T. S. Reynolds and J. II. Wheeler: on the south by the turnpike, L. G. Gooch and Waynebburg Milling Co. The object of the salo is to satis- nations may be sent to Chaplain fy plaintiff's judgment for $1,092.39 Harry M. Demoss, of the Second with G'i interest from May 30, 1917 Kentucky Regiment. and costs. The sale will bo made on a credit The bodies of nine additional vicof six months. The purchaser will bo required to givo bond with good tims of the mine disaster nt Clay, o security for the purchaso price, Saturday were recovered. They were to plaintiff, bearing G'c interest from date of salo until paid, hav- those of negroes, several of whom ing the force and effect of a judg- were so badly mangled and decomment nnd secured by lien on the posed that they could not bo property. E. D. PENNINGTON, M. C Lm C. C. Lilburn Phelps was nominated by the Republicans of Russell and CaMrs. John Rubel, one of Lebanon's sey counties for the Legislature, by a large majority. Lest known women, is dead. pny-abl- at about KIDD'S STORE An endemic of measles which has found a majority of its victims among middle aged and old, has run its course. Coincidently we had an invasion of malignant juvenile matri-moniCHURCH FOR SOLDIERS mania which periodically afThe Second Kentucky Regiment fects us. Few, if any other places of tncnmped at Fort Stanley, at Lex- civilization have made equal contriington, has started a campaign to butions of trundle bed trash to the raise $1,500 for a church for relig- army of domestic disasters. ious services, social affairs and also When the tribunal dictates specibe a place in which the soldiers may fications of a world-peac- e article one bo taught the French language. should prescribe a common sense age This will be established at the presfor conjugal contracts. ent encampment nnd then will be Our town was startled to temportaken to France with them. All of ary hysteria by n sensation which the people are asked to give something toward this worthy cause. An was disclosed, close kin to the "Three especial appeal is made to the con- Black Crows." A sturdy plowman gregations of the various churches, was finally goaded to an effor to asking them to take up a collection nil. down a skulker repeatedly seen for the benefit of thu soldiers' in chaparral near his cornfield. The church. Anything that may be done sniper wheeled on the pursuer with a will be geratly appreciated. All do- fusilade of bullets which struck hat o. 180 acres of land to be sold in several tracts of 5, 10, 20 and 40 dwelling, acres. Land fertile and mostly level. New seven-roooutbuildings. Possession at once and crops included barn and other go with land. THINK OF IT 105 acres in Corn, 10 acres in Tobacco, 20 acres in Hemp, Balance in Meadow and Grass m This is the land of G. H. Hammond and C. B. King and known as part of the Samp Archer farm, located on the Gooch pike, 6 miles 2 miles from Point Leavell on the L. & N. railfrom Lancaster, road and the Lancaster and Richmond pike. 1 1 -- At same time will sell 6 head of yearling cattle, two horses, milch 1 and coat and put instnnt stop to the rhnse. The police were not nvau-MI'loodhounds were brought to town but a council of war resulted in at of the campaign ind excited speculations about the near Uage-dfarce or fake. Skepticism about those v?gctablo monstrosities; Jonah's gounl vine and its companion, Jack's beaa stalk, got a shake up by last year's marvelous fiowth of weeds, but hu been shattered by the magical growth of ear without a week of spring this temperature and conditions until summer was aborning. y, cow, about 30,000 feet of new lumber andlogs, a lot of farming implements and household and kitchen furniture. This is an Absolute Sale to the Highest bidder. the premises, or For further particulars see owners on SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN, LANCASTER, KY. Terms Announced at Sale DINNER SERVED Tr- - iThe Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, August 10, 1917 Page Sever CRAB ORCHARD SPRINGS flag rnising cercmoninl was one of the features of tho past week nt Crab Orchard Springs when a hanff-som- e flag was presented by John B. A WOMAN GOULD Five HARDLY STAND Restored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Tire' Take No Chances in Tire Buying There Is risk In a chance hut not when you buy a tire of known quality of known endurance. United Statew TirecM five of them, 'Royal Cord,' 'Nobby,' Chain,' 'U,co,' 'Plain,' are tires of known, demonstrated and proved service and endurance. the make of tires that costs less per mile today than any other make of tire now or ever. Proof the consistent and persistent sales increases of United State Tires. Xour experience, too, will prove their quality. year-by-yea- Fulton, N. Y. "Why will women pny out their money for trer tment nnd receive no neneiit, when so many have proved that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will make them well? For over a year I from female weakness I could hardly suffered so r, month-by-mont- h United States Tires Are Good Tires A Tire for Every Need of Price and PHsSw V&ttfiw w'm-ijJJ afraid to go on the street alone. Doctors said medicines were useless nnd only an operation would help me, but Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has proved it otherwise. 1 am now perfectly well and can do nny kind of work." Mis. NKI.ME Phelps, care of It. A. Rider, U.F.D. No. C, rulton, N. Y. We wish every woman who suffers from female troubles, nervousness, backache or the blues could see the letters written by women made well by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound If you have bad symptoms and do not understand the cause, write to the Lydia E. 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Mr. John Falls, who has been visiting his friend, Mr. Joe Eyer, left last Sunday for Cincinnati. Mr. Hugo Schnitzler is hauling water for a thrasher. Miss Marie Ensslin, of Louisville, is spending her vacation with her mother, Mrs. Al. .bnsslin. A crowd from Ottenheim went for a moonlight ride Sunday evening. Miss Ceulea Abt and her friends, Misses Marie, Helen and Lelia Rath, of Akron, Ohio, spent an enjoyable day at Crab Orchard Springs. Mr. Albert Schlappi took a moonlight ride with his best girl, Miss Russell. Sunday evening. Al-ber- ta The Tri-Sta- te Tri-Sta- te Butter Com'y Never closes its doors Never missed a pay day. Your cream is handled immediately upon arrival. Your cream SAFE IN OUR CARE. When you make a shipment to Bu'ter Co., you have no fear or worry, no the matter what the weather is or what may Jkappen... 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There are many of these quiet shady haunts to be found at iou awaits tr a .- ixL vv iitzrt: - at South Fork. Ilorton brothers are threshing wheat, oats and spring buckwheat in this neighborhood. Mr. Frank Walls, of Casey county, BourbonPoultryRemedy spent Saturday evening with his down t Met't windnfpe lFTUFC brother, Mr. David Walls and family. A few drops In tho JrViSSS Mr .and Mrs. W. C. Bell spent drinking water cuios "JH UL Sunday with T. J. Ellis and wife. nmlnraventswhltf! dlan hoea. cholera and other chicle Mr. nnd Mrs. W. F. Sims, Mr and diseases. One bottlu makes Mrs. and Mr. ilrus- .12 callous of medlclno. At Valu- -. Mrs. John Waddle Sunday and with Mart Baker spent last plsts or by mall ixtpall. able poultry book free on raiue&U Mr. nnd Mrs. M. J. Morgan. lOUltOI BEiEOT CO.. Uilmlon, Mrs. W. C. Bell left last week for an extended visit to Detroit, Mich., nnd other northern points. Mr. and Mrs. David Walls and Miss Maisie Braswell spent Sunday with T. G Bennett and family. flAPFS ICj. Chattanooga Niagara Falls Asheville New England 'j r2 Thousand Islands Atlantic Seashore Canada Chautauqua Michigan and Great Lakes Resorts LOW ROUND TRIP TICKETS ON SALE DAILY Good returning until October 3It. Each location has distinct natural attractions for recreation in addition to the popular open air pastimes. We shall be pleased to arrange the details of your trip. K Consult your local ticket agent, or address H. C. KING, Diritloa er Attn!, 118 E. Mala Street, Ltiiajtoa, Ky. Paf especially desirable for corn if a good quality of product is to be obtained. The best results can be secured when one person cuts the corn from the cob and another fills the containers. If it is necessary for one person to work alone she should cut sufficient corn to fill one jar, pour on boiling water, add salt, place the rubbers and caps in position, and put the jar or container into hot water at once. The extra cooking which will be given to the cans first filled will not be injurious nnd a better product will be secured than if the cut corn were allowed to stand until Germany's press is lukewarm in it all jars were filled. welcome to the new occupants of the ministerial bench and characterizes POLES ON VERGE OF REVOLT The situation in Poland is critical, the newcomers as n Cabinet consti tuted of officials whose appointment according to information received by at Lausanne, does not betray a change of system. the correspondent Switzerland, of the Exchange Telegraph Company. The Germans are said to be discussing the possibility of an organized revolt on the part of tho Poles. All German women in Poland, including the wives of hig military and civil officials have returned to Germnny. Martial law, the m two H correspondent adds, has been de clared at Warsaw and in other Polish centers. Riots which have been supW-JWmpressed with much bloodshed in the mining area have been renewed. NG TO CAN SWEET CORN injuring herself inter Can as soon after the corn is nallv. Miss Maisie Braswell has returned gathered as possible. Remove husks from a visit with relatives in Casey and silks. Blanch by placing in boil county. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Morgan spent ing water for five minutes. Remove Thursday of last week with Mr. and and dip quickly into and out of cold Mrs. Leeman Singleton, of water. Cut the corn from the cob Several from this neighborhood and pack directly into hot jars or inch of the have been drafted, but as a great cans to within many of them arc men with small top. Pour in enough boiling water to children, no doubt they will be ex fill the container. Add one level empted. of salt to each quart. Put Mrs. T. J. Ellis spent one dav last week with Mr. and Mrs. Denny rubber rings and caps of jars into Gooch at the home of Thomas Gooch. position, but do not tighten the wire Mrs. B. F. Sanders and daughter, clamps. Seal tin cans completely. Misses Ethel Saunders, Eusie Place containers on a false bot and Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Baker snent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. tom of wooden slats or wire mesh in ftl. J. Moigan. a vessel of water deep enough to Mr. and Mrs. David Walls, Mr. cover the containers completely. Preston Hamic and family spent Keep the water boiling for three Sundav week with Mr. and Mrs. W. hours. C. Bell. Mr. Lytt Webb bought a Remove the jars, tighten covers, mare of Mr. George Reynolds, of invert jars to test seal, and cool (not Pleasant View. Mrs. Denny Gooch and baby, of in draft, as jars might crack). Tin cans may be placed in cold Somerset, are visiting her uncle, Mr. T. J. Ellis and wife. water for rapid cooling. Miss Maisie Braswell is attending After the containers are cool store school at Wavnesburg. in a dark, cool place. Mr. John Waddle, Si, and famiRapid preparation for canning is ly visited over Sunday with relatives Mr. Will Bell, of Rowland, has been the recent guest of his father, Mr. W. C. Bell. Air. Richard Webb nail tne mis fortune to have his work mare badly injured Inst week. While coming down a steep place on the Hurricane road, an auto came suddenly around week. a bend, frightening the mare so bad ly she threw herself down a steep vcar. have of parents Our neighborhood a successful school HARRIS CREEK Friends nnd relntives here have received word thnt Mr. nnd Mrs. Ike Burger, of McLean, 111., formerly of Boyle county, are the parents of four boys, who are in the United Stntes army. Three of them, Dewey, Bud nnd Oney, arc in France, training to enter tho trenches and do battle with the troops belonging to the Kaiser. William, who is in Texas, writes that he is eagerly waiting the call which will ordcr him to France, where he will meet his brothers. Friends here have received word from the boys nnd not one word of complaint was written in the letters they wrote. They told of their arrival in Frnnce and of their great reception. They say very little of the war but hinted that they knew some thing out of the ordinnry was in progress by looking at the many miles of mnrching troops ns they are trans to the ferred from one position other. So far ns is known, this is the first family to give four boys to the army. Many homes have surrender ed their only son, but this is the first to give their all in all. The little city of McLean can feel proud of these fighters. Many here regret to learn of the death of Mrs. Chas. Johnson, of Louisville. Mrs. Johnson had been in ill health for some time but her death came as a great shock to hep many friends nnd loved ones. Mrs. S. T. Rice and children, of Chattanooga, Tenn., are here visiting relatives and friends. Miss Laura Gaddis left Saturday for Frankfort tb visit her sister, Mrs. Albert Martin. Mrs. Jasper Gaddis, who has been very ill is very mush improved, her many friends will be glad to know Mrs. W. S. Benedict and children, and Charley Benedict visited rela tives at White Oak Sunday. Elzy Rousey, of White Oak, is visiting his aunt, Mrs. Jack Rice. Our school is progressing nicely with Miss Ida L. Martin as teacher. Miss Hettie Rice visited Miss Net tie Josclin at Junction City last for forty years general of the Bank of Kentucky at Louisville. A thrilling nnd pnlriotic nddress was made by Judge Lewis Walker, of Lancaster, after n band of nine pieces from Prcachers-villa nearby village, played n number of national airs. Eugene B. Yates, of Georgetown acted as mas ter of ceremonies and John Francis Cannon, the young son of L. G. Cannon, of Scott county, raised the flag to n staff, 30 feet higher than nny one in Kentucky, wihch floats to the breeze, 13G feet above the surface of the earth. Mrs. E. C. Hulen, of Horse Cave, a public reader, gave, "The Americun Flag," by Joseph Rodman Drake The invocation was given by Rev. Dr. Morgan, of Crab Orchard. The afTair was arranged by Miss Roberta Newman, of Lexington, principal of the Department School. The Virginia Reel, in which 20 couples participated, was danced Thursday evening and on Saturday night a breakdown, country stlye, was enjoyed, the figures being called by Jack King, a past master nt the nrt over the hill section. When one takes her knitting under the cooling expanse of the trees, old as the hills within view, such bits of phrases as these reach the car: "Thirty-love;- " "It's my turn, you're dead on my ball;" "Yes, I'm knitting for Dr. Barrow's Unit;" I'll make it seven hearts;" "We swam across the lake this morning;" Wasn't that a big catch I made this morning;" etc. Among this week's guests registered are: Mr. and Mrs. Alexander E. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. John Hagan, daughter, Elizabeth, J. S. Asbury, Alex Reager, Mrs. II. Grunensheal, J. II. Light, T. B. Meals and wife, Leo Lederer, L. A. Fitzgerald, Wash-e- n Tuley, Lawrence K. Tuley, Coul-to- n Neat, of Louisville; Mr. and Mrs. book-keeper Hundley, e, R. II. Ransom, Miss Russell Ransom, Miss Laura Frances Rogers, Erlang-er- ; Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Carson, Paw-husk- a, Okla.; D. E. Neal and family, embankment, Chicago; O. D. Wallace, Franklin Smith, Wilmington, X. C; Mrs. William Ramsey and children. Pineville; A. E. Freel, wife and child, Mr. and son, R. Leslie Mrs. A. S. Webb, Combs, of Lexington; Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Armsburg, New Orlenas; Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Miller, Mrs. M. C. Grimes, Miss Louise Lear, Miss Margaret Allen, Julian Allen, Misses Agnes Waddell, Martha Smith, Lora, Butler, Louise Mattie and Lucia Myall, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson, Millersburg; W. P. Irish and wife, Dremont, N. Y. ; Len G. Edelen, Wm. Gentry, Dr. H. L. Casey, Chenault August, G. Cooper, H. E. Hutchings, Lewis Yeagcr, Danville; Mrs. Oscar W. Elmore. Mrs. W. N. Wilson. Miss Dorothy Wilson, Versailles; Mrs. William Ramsey, son and daughter, R. M. Hall, Ironton. O.; Miss Ida Lee, Williamson, W. Va., Mr. and Mrs. W. B. McKinney, Misses Nancy K. McKinney and Annie V. Craig, Stanford. Josephine Grau-ma- n Marks. NEW SALEM one-four- th Mc-Crea- ry ld There was regular meeting Saturday night and Sunday. There was a large crowd present Sunday. Mr. Herbert Estes returned from Sidney, O., last week, where he was working. Mr. James Toombs and Miss Anna McGufTey eloped to Tennessee on the 7th, of last month and were married. The bride is the pretty and popular daughter of Mr. Buis and the groom is a fine young man, and their many friends wish them much joy and success. Mr. Weslev Sims left a few davs ago for Cincinnati, where he expects to Mc-Guff- ey attended night. Mis Frankie pcure a position Smith, of Duncnn, meeting here Saturday Sunday. place. Miss Virgil Wilson, who has been visiting at Danville returned home m Missos Beulah and Flossie Eetes spent Sunday with their aunt, Mrs. Eblee Smith at this place. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Sims, of near Wavnesburg, snent Saturday nierht and Sunday with his parents at this Miss Effio Brawncr. of Mt. Salem. was the guest of Miss Cordia Linthi-cu- jB t i V ' S v5 I Can Save You Money! I am agent for the ROBERTS MARBLE CO., of Ball Ground, Ga. Ev. ery monument guaranteed to be of the very beat marble or granite. Our $7.50 Baby Headstones has the same careful attention aa the Monument coating thousands. Let me prove to N LV. m V Kill"!,!,. " Y you the very best grade of monuments. that I can aave you money on J. S. TURPIN Sexton of Buffalo Springs Cemetery STANFORD, KY. Mr. John Lanham and wife snent Saturday night with her sistor, Mrs. Viri'il Carrier at this place. Mr. nnd Mrs. 0car Sims spent Only 20 per cent, of the men Saturday night and Sunday with his parents nt this place. drafted for tho national army in Mr L. Davidson, of McKinney, atKentucky and Indiana will bo called tended meeting here Sundny. for trnining nt Camp Taylor early in A TEXAS WONDER September. The entire army will not The Texas Wonder cures kidney be called to tho colors before tho latter part of October. Insurmountable and bladder troubles, dissolves grav- , difficulties make it impossible to get el, cures diabetes, weak and rheumatism, nnd all irregulartho force into training before that ities of the kidneys and bladder in time. both men and women. Regulates bladder troubles in If President Wilson took cognizance sold by your druggist,children. sent not will bo by of the I. W. W. activities in the West mail on receipt of S1.00. One bottle by appointing Chief Justice Coving- is two months' treatment, nnd selton, 9 he District of Columbia, to dom fails to perfect a cure. Send for 'onal investigation of the sworn testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, mah . 292G Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. lame-backs- month. Miss Maud Sims, of this place, atthe children's day at Mt. Olive, on the third Sunday in last Sunduy. tended iv- - J tfV M.&, " ' -- -- i rt The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky, Friday, August 10, 1917 HUSTONV1LLE W. Jones Vnnoy sold hogs nt 14c. A son of Bud Russell was buried J. C. Eubnnks sold to V. A, Lear, here last Mondny. d hogs nt of Garrard, 30 The work on the school building is 15c. progressing rapidly. C. P. Cecil, of Danville, sold to Mrs. Wnlter Owsley is improving, Cnstleman, of Indinna, a fine bunch we are glad to report. of cattle, 80 in numbtr, at $12 per James Hall left last Saturday for hundred. work-MisII. F. Martin has sold to Vaughan New Castle, where ho has Cincinnati, Cecil Bacchlcr, of brothers, who bought a good portion of the Sam Owens farm, the tract he is the guest of Miss Grace Fields. bought at the recent sale at $10 We had a fine rain Tuesday mornprofit per acre. ing which was greatly enjoyed by John Rankin won in the roadster all. ring nt the Pcrryville fair yesterday Mrs. Bcttic Jones, of Mt Salem, with his great marc- - He made' the spent Monday night with relntivcs rest of the bunch look like the pro- here. verbial 30 cents, so far did he leave Col. Geo. D. Wcatherford was ovthem with his speedy filly. er from Danville last Saturday to vote. CINCINNATI STOCK MARKETS Mr. J. W Jeder and wife have Hogs, steady; packers and butchford came from Danville to vote Cnttle, steady; ers, $1G.251G.85. Sheep, Snturday. Calves, higher, SO 13.50. Miss Blanche VanDcvcer, of Stan steady. Lambs, strong, $8 15.75. ford, has been the guest of the Miss es Bnrnett. BIG PROFITS IN TALK S. P. Stephenson sold to McCor-mac- k showed a companies Telephone & Gann 50 head of breeding profil of nearly a dollar a telephone ewes at $12. compiladuring Mnrch, according to was confined to her Mr3. Fields tion made public by the Interstate bed a few days last week, but is able Commerce Commission. There were in service 7,495,470 to be up again. Miss Ruby Montgomery, of Libertelephones in March, an increase of cent, over ty, is the week end guest of Miss 12 per approximately March 191G. Operating revenues Blanche Barnett. Dr. Elwood Wcatherford is here totaled $25,929,854, an increase of more than 10 per cent, within the among relatives and friends looking hale and hearty. year. Expenses increased from W. M. McKinney arrived home leaving net to $17,418,133, operating revenue for March, 1917, from Louisville Saturday after a sucof $8,491,421. Taxes and other ex- cessful operation with his teeth. We hear that Mrs. Matt Reynolds, penses reduced this figure to $(5,780,-08- 2 on Green river, south of McKinney, operating income for the month. has a paying oil well on her land. Romey Read came over last SntBREATHITT COMES TO FRONT urday and spent the day here in the Breathitt county again comes into of his friend. H. G. Skiles. the limelight, but this time in more interest Mrs. Gilmore Burton and daughattractive and creditable fashion than a pleasant heretofore. The county made famous ter are back home after Illiby its feuds is not called upon for a visit to relatives in Indiana and nois. single soldier under the draft. Its Mr. J. W. Jeder andw ife have quota for military sen'ice, 182, has rented the rooms recently vacated by been more than made up in volunTVIiss MacK teers for the regular army alone. The Prof. S. S. Robinson in -- dot aou oju pun oouopiso.1 s(ub3o7 mountaineers of Breathitt county will "draw a bead" on the enemy of ing house. Walter Hall, son of Andy Hall, their country instead of each other. west of here, has returned to his And that is a much more satisfactory g kind of than was erst- place of employment at Dctriot, while indulged in. Hurrah for Mich. He has a fine paying position Breathitt county and her patriotic of $G per day. Mrs. E. J. Godby died on the 1th Hob 15 150-poun- Page Eight LAND, STOCK AND CROP S. E. Hay, of Ilnnlin county, sold to Cox & Co., of Louisville, 20 cnt-tl- c averaging 1,485 pounds, nt lie. Forostus Reld sold to T. W. Jones two cows for $100' Mr. Jones nlso bought of Unughmnn & McKlnncy 45 lambs at 13c. News comes from Casey thnt W. K. Shugnrs hns 250 acres of corn and that it is the best crop in that great corn county. J. M. linnkin sold in Cincinnati d of this week n car-loa- d cattle at 9c Mr. Rnnkin bought them last fall and fed them. M. F. Germann delivered to Anderson & Spillman, the Danville millers n load of corn for which he received $105. He got $11 per bar900-poun- tT. d 215-poun- s Big Auction Farm Sale and Barbecue The D. H. Sanders and Dr. Graham Farms of 160 Acres Situated in Lincoln County Adjoining the Crab Orchard Springs Property, in tracts of Ten Acres and up, near the famous Brown Spring rel. Jones bought of Will Hester 47 hogs that weighed about 200 pounds for 14 cents a pound, and of hogs at W. P. Logan 35 14 cents. He also bought of W. D. T. W. 200-poun- d Gooch nine Iambs at 12c Stanley P. Stephenson, of the West End, sold to Anderson & Spill-mathe Danville millers, 150 barrels of corn delivered at Moreland at $9. The sale was made several weeks ago but the corn was delivered the first of this week. About 1,000 cattle were on the Richmond market Monday and most of them changed hands. Extra good but steers brought as high as 8 7 to 8 cents were the ruling pi ices. A few cows sold at 5 to G Rutchcr stufT was quiet nt 0 2 to c, c. n, $14,-850.1- 7 c. II. Rowan Sauflcy showed his walking mare and handsome yearling filly at the Pcrryville fair Wednesday but could do no better than get Crab Orchard, Ky. Saturday, August 11 10:30 A. M., Rain or Shine This Sale will last but one honr. so be on hand promptly at 10:30 A. M. second money on each. His stock was hardly in condition to show, he having taken both mare and colt off of grass a few days ago. E E. Wright, who recently sold his farm of 50 acres on the Ruddels Mills pike to Mr. Robt. Berry at $200 an acre, has purchased of Mr. W. T. Hsimon the Cleveland farm of 100 acres on the Millersburg pike, price of $200 per at the acre. Cynthiana Log Cabin. T. W. Jones bought at Richmond 300 sheep, wethers and lambs, paying six cents a pound for the wethers and 10 cents for the lambs. He also bought of I. W. Leigh, of Huston-vill20 light hogs at 13c and of D. d hogs at B. Morris 23 it ili.tiiliitnliiliilntiilniiiliilii M TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVrTVWBj d $14. GO and of Leo Hayden 25 hogs at $14.75. G. A. Bowling, of lower Garrard, IwAvX'Xv.V.V.VAWAV.VMW.W.W.vAv.w.t T V.v.vcvV.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.y.v.v2 is delivering this week his crop of wheat from fifty acres which he has sold to Hudson, Hughes and Farnau, of this city for $2.50 a bushel. Mr. 1 Bowling tells us he has threshed fro mv the fifty acres, 1,700 bushels,! which makes an average for the en tire crop of 3 1 bushels. Lancaster Is gun-totine, 200-poun170-poun- Music by Excellent Band. Free!, Barrel of Flour and Valuable Souvenirs and Presents Free! Free Dinner! YOUR I PRINTING I A Valuable Asset of Your Business of August after a protracted illress of paralysis and was buried at Sunday morning- Rev A. H. Baugh of the Christian church here, officiated at the grave. Wm. McKinney and son, Harvey McKinney, went to Louisville Sunday, where they have found employment at fine wages. Mrs. Julian McKinney accompanied them to join her husband, who has been their for - The United Realty Co. Home Office, Wilmington, N. C. O. T. WALLACE, General Manager M:d-dlebu- rg For further information, see, phone or write Franklin Smith, Crab Orchard Springs Hotel, Crab Orchard, Ky. some time-Littl- Bourne, father of Mrs W. K. Warner, of this city, sold his farm on the Buckeye road near McCreary, Garrard county, containing about 150 acres for $150 and acre. The purchasers were: J. II. Posey, John Askins and John Moberly. Mr. Bourne bought this farm about 13 years ago and tells us that the increase in the value of the land alone has netted him $23,(i50. The farm contained orginally 180 acres, for which Mr. Bourne paid $15 an acre. RecordJ. B. - Sarah Elizabeth Owsley, aged 10 months, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Owsley, of Louisville, died at the residenca of Mr. and Mrs. E. McCormack la Sunday of nasal diphtherin, after nn illn?ss of a few hours. D Montgomery, of Danville, was called to see her, but the disease had run it? course. very ill at Clay Center, Kansas, where he went to speak. All of his speaking engagements have been canceled. Ex-Pre- 5taWel-Vegetable i K4DE ' MAF -- f IMMJ'-U'U'IJL- Tablets MJ J W- A TESTED BfUOUSNESS.INDIGESTION.TORPlD REMEDY" CUT PRICES We are offering several patterns in Sport Skirt materials at reduced prices. LIVER.. CONSTIPATION AND DIZZINESS., tomers to Success With Presentable, Profitable We Help Our Cus- - ijij jlj: morning FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Trinl Package FREE on request STA-WEL :$ PUBLICITY MlfnTl TiiTi REMEDY COMPANY s. W. H. Taft is Springfield. Mo. W. E. PERKINS Crab Orchard, Kentucky POSTED! We, whose names are hereto attached will permit neither hunting, fishing nor trespassing of any kind on our property, arid those guilty of doing such will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law: M. D. Elmore, U. S. Traylor, J. D. Nave, Louis Nave, S. J. Embrv, J. L. Robbins, J. C. Fox & Son, Geo. B. Pruitt, Mike Rogers, James Smith. A. L. Thompson. Drafted Into Service To make room for our fall stock, we have drafted all of our Wall Paper for service, at a price that will astonish you. We can furnish you in colors and tints to suit the most fastidious taste. PAINTS-Ou- r stock of Oils and Paints were bought before the high price, and we can save you Dollars when you do your Painting. We car. ry a full line of Painter's Supplies. GLASS-Whave the heaviest stock of Glass in window sheet, and plate that can be found in any city in Central Kentucky. So don't neglect your broken glass and let us do your work. e Buy Your Bale Ties FROM W. H. HIGGINS COW EASE and SPRAYERS at Telephone! W. H. HIGGINS Main Street Stanford, Ky. SPECIAL EXCURSION when you want that next job of SUNDAY,AUG. 12 Printing first-claYou will-ge- t work, and you will get it when promised, for ss Southern Railway System Following Round Trip Fares in effect from Danville, Ky. to having work done when promised is one Louisville $1.50 Lawrenceburg .$1.00 Shelbyville Harrodsburg $1.25 .. .$ .50 and Coomer & Nave DANVILLE, KENTUCKY of the rules of this office. If you prefer, send the order by mail or. bring it to the office in person. mmmwmmmmmmwmmmm Similar redvMons to all local stations between Danville Lexington and Louisville. Tickets limited for return trip to date of sale. Lmt Urn Shmw You Wkmt Wm Can Dm No. 9 will be held For further information RETURNING at Louisville until .. .5:30 P. M. tee Ticket Agent, Southern RaUwey System. ,i " rf. - V i2V