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The Interior Journal, Stanford, Kentucky: Tuesday, May 22, 1917
Page Five X!f' Our Country Is Now Engaged In The Greatest War Ever In The History Of The World This Bank can not fight on the firing line, but proposes to do its part by offering and Loaning to Its Customers, The Far ers and The Public all The Money That Their Condition Warrants To purchase Cattle., Hogs, Seeds, Tools, and to hire additional labor to raise bumper crops and animals to feed our brave sailors and sol diers and the people of our beloved country. The First National Bank Stanford, Ky. This Bank will receive subscriptions for 3 1-2 per cent U. S. Bonds, known as the "Liberty Loan" to raise money for the war. "Coitii on Ovir, Sit My Corn FaH Off!" HI Fat 2 Drops of 'Gets-It' on last Hight-Now Watch-" "Sec all you have to do In to ubo your two fingers nnd lift tlio corn rlKht off. That's tho way 'Oets-It nlwnys works. You Just put on ntmut 2 drops. Then tho corn not only shrivels, hut loosens from tho toe, without uffectltiK the surround Inst llcsh In the least. Why. It's nl most a pleasure to have corns and PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Mr. W. S. Fish is at home for a day or so. Miss Esther Burch is at Corbin for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Logan McCall spent Sunday at Maretburg. J. S. Hocker, Jr., was home from Lexington college Sunday. Mrs. Wesley King, of Garrard, is visiting her relative, Mrs. J. W. Luns ford. Miss Vercil LeCompptc, of Frank fort, has been the gucstof Miss Nan cy Hunn. Mr. Les Eads and Mrs. Sallic Pipes, of Hustonville, were here Sat urday afternoon. Mrs. M. M. Miller, of Richmond, spent several days with her niece, Mrs. W. S. Embry. Mrs. J. S. Rice returned Saturday night from a protracted visit to her mother at Cave City. Frank Graves, of Frankfort, was here Sunday the guest of one of Stanford's prettiest girls. Mrs. Bettie Larue, of Louisville, Bpent several days with her sister, Mrs. George F. DeBorde. J. F. Pettus, of Springfield, has been with relatives in the Preachers ville section of the county. Miss Elizabeth Coppage, of Cov ington, has been the guest of her sis ter, Mrs. George Martin. Mrs. Herbert Reynolds has gone to Somerset to see her nephew, a little son of Mr. and Mrs. Denny Gooch. County Attorney and Mrs. E. C. Moore, of Liberty, spent Sunday with the former's mother at Ed Wilkin son's, Miss Sue Whitley Murphy, of Win nipepg, Canada, is the guest of her brother, J. H. Murphy and other relatives. Miss Mamye Singleton, who is at tending Eastern Normal at Richmond, came down tor the tiaccalaureate sermon Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Collis and little daughter, of Columbus, Ga., are the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Carpenter, near Moreland. Mr. H. C. LeCompte and family were over from Frankfort Sunday. Mrs. LeCompte and little daughters will remain during commencement week. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Woodard, Mrs. C. C. Woodard and daughter. Miss Gtace Davis Woodard. of Wilmore, were in the city Saturday with friends. Miss Frank Waller left the last of last week for her home at Madison ville. Miss Waller has made many friends here who sincerely hope that she will return in the fall. Mr. Howard Newland and Miss Sallie Burdette, Mr. J. L. Beazley and Miss Lucile Stone were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Woods for six o'clock dinner Friday evening. Dodd Skinner, of Hustonville leav es today for Houston. Texas.to take n position with Mr. William Weather- ford, who has made a fortune in tho mercantile business in that city. Mrs. A. II. Baugh and son, Arthur returned to their home in Huston ville Tuesday after spending n few weeks with her sister, Mrs. Mattie Simpson. Wayne County Outlook. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. R. Denham, of Iowa City. Iowa, are here the guests of her father, Mr Wm. Beck nnd his son, E. B. Denham. They have been the guests of her sisters, Mrs. H. E. Thompson at Three Rivers, Mich., and Mrs. J. G. Bullou, at Graytown, Ohio. Mr. Claiborne C. Walton, of the battleship Montana, was here Thurs day and visited his uncle, Colonel W. P. Walton, and family as he was re turning to New York to resume duty nfter a visit to his fnther. Mr E. C. Walton, and family nt Stanford. Lexington Leader. Editor W. O. Mclntyre, of tho Danville Advocate, was a caller Sat urday. Besides his work on tho Dan ville daily, Mr. Mclntyre has several other publications to look nfter, is one of tho mnnngers of tho New Gil cher, Danville's magnificent hotels, nnd buys, builds and sells more houses nnd lots than any other man of his town. Ho is also mayor of tho cltv, publicity man for the 0. & C. nnd corresponds for nearly all of tho dailies in Cincinnati and Louisville. A busv man indeed is our old friend, Mac." Mr. Ben Williams was here from Nicholasville Sunday. Miss Louise Moore Jones is visit ing relatives at Berea. Mrs. Russell P. Brown has joined her husband at Liberty. Mrs. B. D. Carter spent Monday and Tuesday with her mother near Mitchellsburg. Miss Martha Severance Raney, of Eastern Normal, spent Sunday with homefolks here. Hon. L. F. Hubble and wife, of Somerset, are guests of Ex-Senator and Mrs. R. L. Hubble. Mrs. Margaret Farra and daughter. Miss Elizabeth Farra, have returned to Nicholasville to spend the summer. Mrs. Lelia B. Cooke will arrive home Thursday from Cedar Springs. S. C, where she has been for several months. W. C. Webb, of the Hubble sec tion, took this morning's train for Jackson county to look after some, land he owns there. Mr. J. E. Moore and wife, Mrs. Lucy Moore and Mrs. J. L. Moore and daughter, Miss Sadie Moore, of Berea. spent bunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Jones. Mrs. W. L. Bybee, who came over to attend the burial of her father. Rev. W. S. Grinstead, returned to her home at Ashland Monday. Prof. M. L. Cancer, who will head the Stanford High and Graded School next year, will deliver two gold med als at the annual recital at the opera house Thursday night. Miss Minelle Pruitt. of Moreland. was the uest for several days of Miss Ida Holtzclaw, on her return from Richmond where, she had been at tending Eastern Normal. Dr. J. G. Carpenter has been noti fied by the Sergeant General of the U. S. A that his name has been plac ed on file of the S. R. C, subject to call when needed. The doctor says he is ready to go at any time. Mrs. Emma Lee Vaughan and son, Mr. Walton Vaughan, of Richmond, Va are here for, a brief visit to the family of her brother, E. C. Walton. They came through from the Old Do minion in a car, and the trip was a very enjoyable one. News comes that Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sallee, of Augusta, Montana, have a son at their home, the little fellow having arrived a few davs ago. He has been named Bain McAlister. Mrs. Sallee, it will be remembered was Miss Arethusa McAlister, of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Metcalf, of Boyle, were on Monday's train re turning from Pinevilks where thev had been to see Mr. Charles Metcalf, who suffered a paralytic stroke some weeks ago, and who continues very ill. That Win n Quirk rimornt Tlint Corn find Mltli 'liel.t-lf." rco how 'Gets-It Kcts thorn off In a hum nnd without tho least pain. I can wear ttaht shoes, dnnco and wall: us though I nevor had corns." "(Sets-It" makes the use of toe Irrltntlntr salves, bundling b.itul.iges, tape, plasters and other things not only foolish, hut unnecessary. Use this wonderful discovery, "Octs-It," for anv soft or hard corn or callus. It Is the now, simple, easv, quick way, and It never falls. You'll never have to cut a corn ngnln with knives or scissors, and run chances of blood poison. Try "acts-It" tonight. "Oets-It" Is sold everywhere, 25a a bottle, or sent on receipt of prlco by Ii. Lawrence & Co., Chicago, 111. Sold in Stanford and recommend ed as the world's best corn remody by The Lincoln Pharmacy and The Penny Drug Store. DOINGS THE COUNTRY OVER Irvine is to have a new depot nt tho cost of $10,000. Lop,an Caldwell's iarge stock bnrn in Boyle county, was destroyed by fire. Mayor John G. Harris, of Hloom nigton, Ind., has been indicted for malfeasance of office. Representative Daniel W. Corn stock, of Indiana, is (lend of pneu monin in Washington. It is reported that the Stnndiird Oil Co. has bought the holdings of the Wood Oil Co. and of Hoot, Hupp & Dupp in Estill county for ."$1 1,000, 000; Fve robbers held up and robbed n paymaster of $(5,000 on Racine nv enue, Chicago, after shooting the de tective guarding the man with the money. On his way from church to his home LaFayette Kitchen, a farmer, was 'hot to death near Graysov, late Siitunlny night. Eight men are under arrest, charged with the crime. Snm Corum, a wealthy farmer, of Sliughters, lost hi life, and Floyd Gentry, his brother-in-law, was Bev erly injured when their automobile iv .is overturned near Madisonville eiil Sunday. r St one- opposition on the part of Kentucky Democrats has developed "gainst the npnointment of Percy Haly. of Frankfort, as Collector of the Seventh Internal Revenue district to succeed Men Marshall. Haly is the ihohe of Senator J. C. W Beckham. Mr. Uelvn Loockwood, ihe first womnn admitted to practice before the Supreme Court, a pioneer in the woman suffrage movement and tho only woman who ever was a candi date for President of the United States, died last week after a long illness, at the ago of 80 years Lawrence Pempsey, negro, was lynched at Fulton, early Sunday morning. The negro was taken from the pity jail, where he was held on " 'a charge of severly cutting Clarence Mrs. Mary Penny has been the ' Dublin, an Illinois Central watchman, guest of her sister, Mrs. Sallie Scott, I who is in a serious condition, in a in the Goshen section. I hospital. Dempscy was hanged in the' Dr. L. F. Huffman, who recently , rear of the jail, recovered from an attack of pneu- Senator Beckham wnl name the monia, is again confined to his room Seventh district collector to succeed with the same disease. Lexington I "? Marshall, whose term has ex Leader. , imed, Secretary McAdoo announced Miss Ophelia Lackey ontcrta'ned I last week. Beckham has made a de a number of the younger set at The. tcrmined fight against Marshall s re Princess on Monday evening after appointment, while the Frankfort thn Mozart, jm.l GW r.luh Rocitnl nt man had the support of Senator the opera house. The table was beau-'J"mes and Representative Cantrill Four men were killed and eleven iniured, several of them probably fa tallv. when a turbine engine explod ed at the Bessemer plant of the Re pupblic Iron & Steel Company. Offi cers, who have started an invostiga- Mary Bailev, Mr. Prcscott Bro.vn and tion, say they are unable to assign Miss Matsy Grimes. Mr. John Cash. a reason for the accident. A maior- and Pattye Perkins. Mr. Howard uy of the men killed were American Newland and Miss Nellie Wilson Hill, I steel workers Mr. Hartwell Shanks and Miss Belle! .A oi all men tifully decorated in pink and white flowers and a delightful ice course was served. The guests were: Mr. Joe T. Embry and Miss Lottie W. Mc Kinney, Mr. Sam Hill and Mis. Rach el Hill. Mr. Maurice 1 uckcr and Miss Russell, Mr. Clem Hill and Miss Elizabeth Hunn, Mi. Henley Cash ai'd Miss Jean Paxton and Miss Ophe lia Lackey. Get 5,000 More Miles In these days of high-motoring costs it is absolute extravagance to throw away your old tires just because they are tread-worn or rut-worn for we can change them into practically new tires.and you can get 5,000 to 10,000 more miles of service out of them. Gates Half-Sole Tires Cost 1-3 Less than New Tires arc built practically the same as new tires, look like new ones and wenr even better. Guaranteed 3,500 Miles Without Puncture and many users are averaging 5,000 to 10,000 miles. Think of the pleasure of driving your car without continual fear ot punctures. Don't Throw Away Another Worn Tire find out first about Gates Half-Sole Tire. Come in and see them and let us show you, without anv obligation, how you can get 5,000 to 10,000 more miles out of your worn tires nt about one-half the prico you would have to pay for news tires. International Rubber Sales Company J. B. WILLIAMS, Agent 4th St., Danville; Phono No. 742 SENIOR PLAY The cream of commencement is the Senior Play, which will be given on the evening of May 22nd, at the Stanford Opera House, by the Senior Class. It promises to be the enjoy able event of the commencement season. The characters have been well selected and play their parts ad mirably. The play, a 3-act farce comedv, is not of the sentimental kind, but is full of life, philosophy and wit. Ferdinand Matheny, as Martin Henry, is supposed to be the h:ziest man in the country and he does the part justice and his speeihcs contain some very witty, as well as true savings. Miss Belle Russell, as Miss Abigail Parsons, most striking ly plays the part of a very original old maid. The other characters are iust as suited for their parts, but they do not have quite the s-ime amount of originality about tlum. "Engaged by Wednesday" Characters Martin Henry, the laziest man n the county Ferdinand Matin iy Arthur Watson Maurice Tucker thurs Joe. T. Embry, John Cish Jack, Ted and Dick, friends of Ar- thur's.J. T. Embrv. J. and II. C- ?h Miss Abigail Persons, a woman of ideas Belle Rus "II Mrs. Watson, a gentle person Nellie Wilson IM1 Lucile Persons. . Matsy Grimes Marie, Jnne and Mabel, friends of Lucile Pattye Perkins, Eliza beth Hunn, Lottie W. McKinney Mnrv. Martin Henry's aunt; cook nt tho Persons' .Team Paxton First Girl Eva Rankin Second Girl Josephine Matheny First Gynsy Serena Young Second Gvpsy.. ..Marietta Goggm Girls and boys Francis Embry. Ai - netto Wearen, Anna K. Mathenv, Fd Tanner, Pat Tanner nnd Clem Hill. The time is the present, and the community that of any college town in the middle west. Roosevelt has announced that who had volunteered to serve with him under tne American flag in France had been absolved from all further connection with the movement, and that the only course open to them now is to enter the mil itary service in some other way if they are able to do so. ami if not to serve the country in civil life. Lexington suffered the most de structive conflagation in its history Monday morning, when fire oritrinat ting about 2 o'clock in the livery stable of Porter & Jackson corner Limestone and Church swept south ward and westward, destroying, or damaging most of the buildings in the business block bounded by Lime stone. Short, Upper and Church htreets. Sparing the McCelland office building, the Farrell building just to the east and a few structures fring inir tho east side of Nortk- Upper street, the fire leaped across Church street and devoured several build ings on the north side of that thor oughfare and, as if to give a specta cular finish to its destructive work, scattered sparks which caught the lofty tower of the Second Presybto rian church on Market street, over a block away, leaving that splendid edi fice a blackened ruin. The loss on buildings, stocks and fixtures is vari ously estimated at from $300,000 to $500,000. GIVE A PRESENT To The Graduates We Have Pretty Gauze Fans, 25c to $2.00 Fancy Box Handkerchiefs 25 to 50c Crepe de chine Handkerchiefs 25c Embroidered Lace Edge Handker chiefs 50c Silk Hose, 50c to $1.25 Silk Socks, 50c Vanity Purses, 50c to $2 SEVERANCE & SON R. M. NEWLAND Headauartera for Best FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE Phone 168 and 45. Stanford, Ky 5 Per Cent FARM LOANS Over 3 Million Loaned Through This Office W. KING & SON INSURANCE BLUE GRASS FARMS FOR SALE Cheapside & Short Lexington, Ky. PUBLIC SALE J. C. McCLARY Undertaker Embalmei j Office Phone 167 Homo Phone 35 STANFORD. KY. J. L. Beazley & Co., WITH THE CHURCHES Presbyterian Church No service on Wednesday evening this week. The Woman's Society will meet with Mrs. W. B. McKinney on Friday at 2:30. The Woman's Missionary Society of the Baptist church will meet with Mrs. A. B. Florence at 2 :.'!() Thurs day afternoon. Mrs. J. S. Rice is leader. Rev. William N. Nevins, for three years pastor of the First Baptist church at Newport, has a unanimous call to the East (First) Baptist church at Louisville. Undertaker Em- 'mer Phone 42. Stanford. Kv i!Gfij3mTWrsS IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES Suit was filed at Nicholasville against the Q. & C. for $50,000 dam ages for the killing of Ray B. Riley, a Nntional guard, who was guarding High Bridge. The man Whittaker. charged with killing Woodall, in Pulaski countv, got 17 years in tho penitentiary. Wil lie Hunter wns acquitted of tho kill ing of a negro named George Wash ington. Will Proctor's barn in Danville burned Monday, together with con siderable of its contents. Loss about 1,000. I' ling's barn, near by, caught several times but wns saved by hard fighting. llw. Rogue Phillips is dead at Wil dio of n complication of troubles. Her husband died sorno years ago but sev eral children are left. She was a sip tor of Mr. James W. Tate, of Brod head. After a short illness John W. Brown, 71 years old, of Garrard county, died at n Lexington hospital of uraemie poison.- Ho was ono of tho countv's most nrominent nnd venlthy citizens. For forty years he had been ,gqged in general mer chandising nt Ruckov). nnd wn for a number of years postmaster at that nlaco Besides hit wifa he is survivrd by three brothers, L. E. Brown, R. S. TO THE PUBLIC I have bought the agency of the Singer Sewing Machine Co , at Stan ford and will be found at James Mc Bee's ready to sell you a machine nnd repairs and also repair your ma chines. W. C. Wollford, Stanford, Ky. 41- RemedyforMMI mi Tuurt urt Ji.i.isi. H S. C. B LEGHORN EGGS of the best laying strains, for hatch ing, at all times. Also baby chicks, when I can furnish them. For sale by MRS. R. L. BERRY Phone No. 7-L Hustonville, Kentucky I will sell at public am tion at the Veranda Hotel, Mi Kinney, Ky., be ginning at 1 o'clock SATURDAY AFTERNOON MAY 26, the following household and kitchen furniture: Two nice Bed Room suits, a Brass Bed, Dining Room Table and Chairs, China Cabinet, Brussel car pet, 12x15 Axminster Rug, 9x12 Axminster Rug, Parlor Table, Kitch en Cabinet, Range, Large Heater, Library Table, Rocking Chairs, Porch Swing and Chair, Lawn Mower, Kitchen Linoleum, and many other things too numerous to mention. Terms made known on day of snle. Attend and bring your fnendf. .MRS. R. H. METCALF, McKjnney, Ky. 0-.1t. Commissioner's Sale Edward Alcorn, Exor. of A. G. Chrisman, deed. Plaintiff vs. Notice of Sale G. A. Chrisman ct al Defendants Pursuant to judgment rendered by the Lincoln Circuit Court, in above styled action, at its February term 1917, the undersigned Commissioner will on MONDAY, JUNE 11, 1917, County Court Day at 11 o'clock A. M., in front of the court house door in Stanford, Ky., offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder, the following described land in Lincoln county, Kentucky, about one and a half miles from Moreland station: Beginning at a stone near a down poplar stump, comer to Hoff man, and running thence with his line N 75 W 14 (i-J 100 poles to a stone corner to same; thence N 9 W 90 40-100 noles to a gate corner to J. J. Wright's; them" N 18 1-2 E 3i 8 1-100 poles to a none on north side of branch corner to Sallv and Betty Carter in Wrigh line; thence with same line S U8 3-4 E 206 50 100 poles to a stone corner corner to James M. Carter; thence S 58 W SI? !!2-100 poles to r i-no corner to same in Hoffman's li- thence N .15 W 100 lti-100 pole to beginning containing 90 acres of land but there is excepted from the above boundary the following describe 1 nasswny. A passway beginning at a --tone corner to Carter in Hoffman's line: thence 3o W 100 Ki-100 poles to the road, near a stone at a poplar stumor thcue with the road to Misses Sallv ind Bettv Carter's gate, being 15 feet wide Said .ale m.ide for the purpose of division of the proceeds of sale among the heirs of A. G. Chris mno deceased. Sale is made on a ( redit o' s'v mnnth. purchaser to eec"t" b i id. bcarin. six per cent, interest from date of sale, to the un dersigned Commissioner, with ap proved norsoivil security, lien retain ed on l.uxl srhl to secure pyment of bond, hnwng force and ettect of judgment. M-w 21, 1917 E. D. PEN NINGTON. M. C. L. C. C. -11 -3t Ofllco Phono No. G Carter's Livery and Feed Stablo J. M. CASEY Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist Cattle and Hogs Vaccinated Come To The Great May Sale ! -AT THE- To the Public: MXi I represent the largest sml best made to ordrr clothing house In this countrv F.i Y. Pri't and Oo Chicago, III. My ex fierlence in measurlni; and directing the mil ng of your clothes, gives me the advantage over nne who Is not u practical tailor, It ou will give me your crdir, I will promise you a square deal. Tou will pit the worth ot your money, either in the cueapett grade or the higher prices. My SPRING AND SUMMER line of samples Is now ready for your in spection, lail now and lei m snow you Brown nnd James Brown, the latter wj r niTni 17 v Practical Tailor of Madison county. inisAUrLLI htanfoid, Kt. Bargain Store Messaline in all Colors, 98c Silk Hose 39 to 98c Big Bargains in Waists, 48c Salem & Salem, Stanford i ' VBHIsB X ff'y1-K,yG',vi-'',.A . -"