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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): November 3, 1914 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1914 int1914110301_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): November 3, 1914 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Vn, .V c . . ''-'iOft Vil i 2 . A' So--- . ' .?-.- ?;. u nft' V wiTO, L' -- . . . 3. J mie..- - ' J ,. r ,."-"- J .&. ' - -- "!W & TIP' ?; .Tt H ! , 1," - Vi. C. i - ' m - cV - !3jH' r vj t ; - , I Established 1NI5th Year Hi. M. .v'. T' Same v& Same No. 7. Same vs Same No. 8. Same vs Same No. 9. -- VI Same vs Same No. 10. Same vs Same No. 11. v Same vs Same No. 12. Same vs Same No. 13. Same vs Same No, 14. Same vs Same No. 15. Same vs Same No. 16. Same vs Same No. 17. oanie vs Same No. 18. Same vs Same No. 19. Same vs Same No. 20. Same vs Same No. 21. Same vs Same No. 22. Same v& Sme No. 23. Same vs Same No. 24. Same vs Same No. 25. Same vs Same No. 26. Same vs Walls Rigsby No. 1. Same vs Same No. 2. Same vs Geo. Settles Xo. 1. Same vs Same No. 2. Same vs Same No. 3. Same vs Bob Stephenson. Same vs 0. P. Saunders. Same vs James Smith. Same vs John Taylor. Same vs Oliver "Walls .." Same vs Roy Letteral. ' Same vs Joe Embrv. V t.M' BAPTIST HOME COMING etc. Election day passed off very quietFormer Lincoln Young Man Serious19. J. H. Purdom vs Stearns ' Celebrated at Crab Orchard Church ly in Stanford. Much more interest f&'' and Lumber Co. ,A. ly Injured at Nashville Last Week than was anticipated seemed to be 20. George 'JonesAdmr. vs C. N.JjQ. Newsxvas received here Sunday of manifested, though a light vote came & TP.vRy..Co Crab Orchard Nov. 3. Uj a serious accident to W. B. Curtis, out. A great many Ademocratic far--1 21r. J.B. Cifrum vs Western ' The second Home Coming ever . 4. .1J . o tovu lo " um m,t eldest son of Mrs Susan Curtis. . oO. heid , tJje Baptbt church took place Telegraph Co being engaged in work on their crops Lin-eo22. J. R. Powell etc. vs L. & Snnd j on the Crab Orchard pike. While 51. 0ct 2- - and u The November term of the fhe polls closed at .four o'clock .and "teresting and enjovable da v. t A; , pruning some fruit trees R R'Vn. at his ... vv. Circuit Court couvdned here 62. lu " ..,-- f 23. United States Tire Co. vs W;X. home in Nashville, Tenli., Mi. Cur- it will not require long to count the opiic .. m. 1....1 in.. m..- .- u eiji uiigt: uj. iuc unu 11c i en Monthly morning;. According to 53. I" tis fell out of a tree and struck the vote. Full returns from Lincoln, and crowd Bell. was i'reent and manv riislom, alter the grand and petit 54. 24. W. C. Shanks vs L. & N. R. R.XTo. ground with terrific force. A stob all over the' state will be given m , old people were here tenderly cared were drawn and charged, C5. juries 25. International Steel and Iron Co wltich was sticking out of the ground Friday's I. J. for and they seemed to greatly en Judge Hardin, adjourned court un- 50. under the tree, penetrated his side 57. vs. T. C. Ball. joy the day. Rev. Rogers welcomed til' Wednesday on account of the nnn two Ln,w' uiiD uruiP and badly punctured a lung, eaus 58. 20. R. L. Albright vs., W. W BrocE the crowd with an appropriate and election on Tuesday. 27. Henry Reynolds vs C. .N. O. fc ing a very serious and dangerous in The jnrand Vizer of Trrkev has beautiful address, then introduced There are a number of interesti- 59. . .. V Ry. Co. Mrs. Curtis and Clyde C 111 tis apologized on behalf of his govern. Rev. Foley of Garrard 'county, a T. P. f jury. ng- and important cases on the 00. 28. W. 0. .Walker .etc.. vsWEdJUr left at once for Nashville, upon re- - meat for the warlike operations, of grand newphew of the first man of tor the present term of court, 01. docket Reynolds. the Turkish fleet in the Black Sea that name to ever preach in that including tho murder case against 02. t ceiving news of the accident. ' j and it is stated in Loudon and Bor- 29. The Perfection Cloak and Snit church, being one of its primitive charged with! 03. JJoy Stewart, who is Preacher Raises Big Beet "" j deaux dispatches that the Porte will pastors. Rev. Foley who is quite ag- 04. Co. vs, Isaac and "Chas Salem. f lLlliur Anderson Carr., in Mucksville. Not to be outdone by th big sweet have to go very much further before ed and feeble was urich affected and 30. B. F.' Dawson vs L. &. N. Bjjrf Co. Several interesting civil actions are 65. 31. Garfield Howard etc. vs. L. &7N. potatoes which have been brought to the powers of the Triple Entente will delivered some splendid remarks j alo landing, including a suit 07. ;' the I. J. office recently, Dr. M. D. agree to resume friendly relations, suitable to the occasion. The Preach" R. R. Co. i.rcmol.r In t wf ek bv E. K and S. E. Early, of the Baptist church came in ' and in this connection reparation for ersville church was repesented by OS. 32. R. E. Terhune vs C. R. Brawner. I'owell. sons of the late Mrs. Kate 33. Federal Chemical Co. vs &: C Monday with an ordinary table beet the Black Sea raid and dismissal of Air. Lunsford, who gave a most iu- Powell, who are seeking to brake her 09; that tipped the scales at five and a all German officers in the Turkish teresting talk upon the past, present Gerkey. will on the grounds of undue 'influ 70. s 73. 34. J. H. Wheeler vs D.'S. .Gooch atc- - half pounds. He says that his good, army and navy are mentioned. The anu future outlook of the church ence and incompetency. 35. The M. A. Spencer vs tW.!"N. wife should be given nil the credit Ambassadors of France, Russia and touching in a tender manner upon G. 72. After swearing in Sheriff J. tor raising such a montser. VW10 .Great Britiau have left CoustuntL the old members he used to meet who CraTg; Woalherf-m- l and W. S fc'mbiy tlie 73. 74. nople. A report comes from Con have crossed over the dark river, .V can match this beet? present term the juries were stantiuople of the seizure of another Rev. Rogers then introducd Dr. follows: drawn as APPEARANCE ORDINARY The British Embassy at Tokio Russian vessel- - and that Bulgaria Hearn to the audience and he being Nuuiielley, COMMONWEALTH APPEARANCES L. P. Grand Jury FIRST DAY hears that the Germans cruiser Em-de- n had begun to mobilize her second line a missionary from China gave a THIRD DAY foreman, Frank North, secretary, entered Penang a British pos- of troops. most beautiful address on the home Wm Montgomery. A. J. Weddle, W. B. 3. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs i. W. M. Bright petition to sell lituk session, disguised aud fired torpeThe entire North Sea has been de coming. The choir rendered splendid Hamilton, J. F. Shaw. John Reichen. stocic. Ollie Booker No. 1. does which sank the Russian cruiser clared a military area and merchant music and Miss Tanner Thompson bach, George Franklin Gooch, Roscoe 2. Same vs Same No. 2. 2. E..B. Powell etc vs Jesse Po ell, Temtehuir and a French vessels entering Anil be exposed to ,u 'ler sweetest manner samr Face- C'olyor, George Fred Gooch, H. W. etc. 3. Same vs Albert Brown No. 1. j the gravest xlaugers. Between the to Face-- ' ''Don't Stop Pravhig-- and H. Rigsby. MeWhorter. J. 3. George Bohon Co., vs Joey Mc- 4. Same vs Same No. 2. Days, North Seu and thepie the attack DON'T forget Cleaning-up- . the Savior In" was pleasi:.glv C. Aldridge, II. F. Petit Jury II. Williams. 5. Same vs Same No. 3. Friday and Saturday Nov. (i and 7th. j 0i' the Germans have become less rendered by Me-sr- .-. Xewland, E. T. Pence, Sr., Galen JJurton Thomp-- 4. Mrs. Neppie M. Givens Ainu6. Same vs Same No. 4. " "" . Roy A. Spears, T. A. Rice, violent, according to the Frencir re. s011' William Thonqison, Charles Roger.-.j petition to sell Bank Stock, a 7. Same vs Same No. 5. Important ", !port. The Allies claim advances Buchanan and John Stephenson, and J. W. Hunter, Sam Holtzclaw. J. C. 8. Same vs Same No. 0. 5. Felix Brawner vs A. A. Yoenm. Bear in 'mind that Chamberlain s south of Dixmude. ''Home Again' waa beaiitiiully sun" Pepple, S. T. Curtis. R. T. Bruce, R. 9. Same vs W. 0. State Bank & Trust Co., Jeff Bryant No. 1. Talbets not only move the bowels but! Tjle General Staff of the Russian ' Mrs. Will Pettiis, Mrs. David ve R. M. Blackerby, J. D. ,S. Ssuddcr. Fowle. 10. Same vs Same No. . ' . tlv appetite and stren-te- n amy reports thnt attacks of the Ger. l ud William Thomnson. M. Stone, W. R. Gaines, Mrs, Oepj). Jolin 7. S. L. Wright vs C. N. 0. & ?'. P. ll.Same vs Crickett Bailey. the digestion. For sale by all dealers. nian troops in Eastern Prussia have George Stephenson presided at the W. M. Myers, J. S. Moberly, A. M. By Co. ! heen G. 12. Same vs George Cloyd. repulsed, and that beyond the organ during the entire musical Fryc. P. L. Beck. B. Chancellor, 8. J. T. Burnett vs Louis villi & 13. Same vs Robert Crow. ' . A bountiful repast was served (Vistula its troops continue the of- H.Farris, C. A. Redd and W. A. 14. Same vs Otho Catron No. 1. . Nashville R. R. Co. Mr. Sim Owens spent Saturday j fensive unopposed except in the re- - at tlle uoou hour, and everyone sure-nig- ht Hatcher. 9. Samuel Daraeron vs N. Wj Jipes. 15. Same vs Same No. . gion at Somerset with friends. of Opatow, where the Austri- - lv enjoyed it and there was enough Judge Haaim delivered a lenghty 10. Alex Walker etc. vs W. Jf! .eece Same vs Ed. Estes. to aus resisted with considerable forces. Givens Carter had misfortune to spare of every good thing to foreefulfeharge to the grand 3r and etc. . lose a fine cow last week. Cause uu- - j By the release of the American eat. In the afternoon Dr. Heam'eu-know- n. to vari. 17. Same vs Green Gordon. jmies callimKheir attention 13 . Palmer, Sower Co. vs W. JfcjLair. 18. same vs Roy Givens. tanker Platuria. Great Britian has tertauied the crowd in a most nleas- ous forms cc law violations, which 19. same vs Virgil Gooch 12. The Crane & Breed Mlggjj": vs etc. Rev. E. Waggoner and family have conceded the right of United States inS au" instructive talk upon the The to investigate. he urged t J. L. Beazley-- Cov ,Jjf. 20. ys Bud Harris No. 1. 1 from a three weeks' visit vessels curving oil to land their car- - euatoms, life and religion of the grand jur went into session .an" 21. samef 13 D. S. Young, Admr. vs'Hapibnrg-- j returned -2." i samejvs .same No. with relatives at Carlisle. Chinese and gave an exhibition of jjoes in Danish uorte. . Berman-- Fire Insurance jC&k mediately Commonwealth's atto. w3L.sJi3i-23.- " . 22, aanu; y s' Ja rae Hq" I . i. V.J!iUii3 have as uieir Air. and Airs. Tlie Berlin. report says the Ger- - curios which were indeed curiosi-gue- st tu. V. i'uryear, bl Danviile, was ney 14. International Harvester Co same vs Charley Hocker. Miss Allegra Killputrick of , mans have gained grotind around ties- - He showed two of tht gods that on hand an in consultation with the 24. same vs Joe Hayden. America vs J. A. Hart. j Ypres. Fighting on the German north- - were worshipped for generations by grand jury. 15. W. L. Hockadays Admr vs R. S. Florida. Mrs. Randolph Coffey is the guest Avestern flank is described as savage families who would not discard them present term 25. same vs Claud Hester. The docket for the Scudder. 20. same vs Will Lee. ! Georgetwon relatives. in character. until they became believer, in the of court as prepared by Circuit Clerk 27. same vs Tom Lee No. 1. 10. Kentucky Optical Co. vs W. N. of Ben Price and family have moved Jt is thought the time has arrived Christian religion. The small shoes Marshall C. Newland is as follows: 28. same vs same No. 2. Craig. from the Wm Gaddis propeity to when the German cruisJer in Hono- - W(tb. by the ladies of China were 17. Selz. Schwab & Co. vs Lafe FIRST DAY Commonwealth Old. 29. same vs. Bert Miller No. 1. Mr. Sam Eads and fata harbor for repairs will have' to shown and it is hard to conceive what Milledgeville. Morgan. 30. same vs same No. 2. will move to the Gaddis m the gauntlet of Japanese war- - the punishment must have been to famly 1. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs 31. same vs same No. 3. 18. Murphy Chair Co. vs J. L. Beaz-le- y. and property for the coming year. ships awaiting outside the harbor or cramp the foot in its growth to fit a Skep Brock No. 1. 32. same vs Rufus Maynard No. 1. Mrs. Anna Carter and son Earl, be interned until the close of the war. shoe not over four hi inches lomr. 2.Sanie vs Same No. 2 19. Jennings,, Amos Co. vs J. L. 33. same vs same No. 2. entertained Mrs. Roy Carter and Then there were the combs made of 3.Same s Same No. 3. Beard y. 31. same vs. same No. 3. baby of Nichohille recently. native wood, there were pipes, spec- Home Talent Play 4. Same vs Same No. 4. 20. Ida Water ect. ? J. M. Moser. etc 35. same vs same No. 4. t.rl('l'-- ; Mr. and Mrs. Lakes, of Hamilton, :inl tllO mnilioinu in'rr.n t.i y. 5. Same vs Billy Bogle. 21. Nelson Stringer vs J. T. Hack-le30. same vs same No. 5. Woman's heal certain diseases consl-tin-g IJ'-Lj0dSeandtll- e Ohio," are with Mrs. Lakes' parents, of 0. Same vs Arch Baylor. 37. same vs same No. 0. Club, of Stanford, will give a home hnrrii,! Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Meunir. k,,.,.. ..a 7. Same vs Green Brock. .7. 22. G. W. Carter vs William McCor-mac- k. ., " "" ".--- ..: ""-iu., 38. same vs same No. 7. some xr Much sympatuy goes out to me nine uu Uned. it uave one a mo- -t ivid pie S. Same vs Howard Camnitz. 39. siime vs same No. 8. family 01 tea. iueuiur m ine sau " uuie wm be iriven turn tf Hm iimiiriinn .1.... 9. Same vs Will Davis No. 1. 23. Granville E. Lutes vs C. N. 0 & 40. same vs. same No. 9. death of Mr. Ott Meunir, which oc- - later, of the race. Rev. Hearn spoke of 10. Same vs Same No. 2. T. P. Ry Co. 42. same vs James Price. eurred last week in Nashville, Tenn. the possibilities to be accomplished 11. Same vs James Davis. 24. W. L. Jones vs J. S. Baughman etc 43. same vs Ben Price etc. WATTS CHAPEL Misses Betsy and Cora Gaddis, of by missionary effort and ended by 12. Same s Ben Ferrell. Jr., No. 1. 45. same vs William Routen. 25. Eula Jones etc. vs J. S. Baughbeen visiting their Parksville, have Mr. A. V. Kin- is able to ln out savinir he honed to see from Same No. 2. 13. Same vs man, etc. 40. same vs Matt Reed. uncle and aunt, Air. ami Airs. beo. ugajn after a severe spell of sick- - the Crab Orchard Baptist church 14. Same s John Harris, Jr. 47. same vs Charley Reed etc. No. 1. 20. Galvin Metallic Vault Co. vs J. L. 'ness. . ter the foreign field as workers in 15. Same vs Marshall Herring No. 1. 48. same vs.. same No. 2. Beazley & Co. Glore Swearingen- - who has been Mrs. Letcher Knuckles has re- - China, 30. Same Vs Same No. 2. 27. First National Bank of Stanford, 49. same s same No. 3. in the army at Fort Clark, Texas, is turned to his home at Pineville, his Rev. Rogers is the one who planned 17. Same vs Same No. 3. Ky. vs J. 0. Reid & E. D. Penning50. same vs Fields Salter. , now at home with his parents, Mr. wife, being in bad health, will remain the Home Coming-ihis church here IS. Same v, Will llafley. ton. 51. same vs Walter Stull. and Mrs. James Swearingen. until Xmas with her father ami and was well plea-e- d with its suc- 39. Same s Pleas Hollow-ay28. Oia Brackett vs J. N. Saunders. 52. same vs Roy Stewart. Mrs. Shelby Hubble and little mother, Mr. and Mis. J. R. Howard, cess. 29. S. M. Helm vs W. E. McAfee., Jr. 2. Same vs Bright Kooutz. 53. same vs Clarence Simum. daughter, Opal, are at home after aij Sllbie Howard of this place 21. Same vs Jcsmj Love. 30 M. H. Moore etc. vs Steve .and 54. same v Clifton Sandidge. an exetnded visit to relatives in j and Jr. Mink of Ce(lar Creek w 22. Same v G. l Lutes No. 1. Martha Russell. iifiiic "F LHURCHES 55. same vs. Eve Wren. Danville. Cincinnati married at Stanford on Oct. 17th. Same No. 2. 23. Same Messrs. Ford & Owens sold to Mr.' 'j ue Uoys gave them a lively time ue Ladies Aid Society of the 24. Same . Same No. 3. APPEARANCE EQUITY OLD ORDINARY F. F. Sandidge a number of heifers vitli bells, pans and guns. 1 tliink Christian church will meet with Mrs. 25. Same vs John Mundy. THIRD DAY cents a pound. tuey must have beaten all the wea- at six and FIRST DAY Eubanks Saturday afternoon at 20. Same v Thos. Manuel No. 1. 1. W. J. Durham vs James Durham. Air. Alatt H.ngleman of l ampbells - , ther boardin"- - off the house from the -:- dU ek. All are urged to be 27. Same vs Same No. 2. 2. Laura Toombs vs Ora Lee Toombs 1. Richard Foley Vs Ira Logan. passed through here last week110jse tJley made present. 28. Same vs J. Manuel. h Jville, o. Kizzie Jane Cummins vs 2. Krueger & Son vs Lincoln 10 nusionvuie. At the Presbyterian church the Ah- - w H. Gutnian sold to Jack 29 Same vs Sallie Manuel. Cummins. -- County. Misses Oneita and El-i- e Shoemak- - j iea&iey 0f Stanford seven shoats m week service will be held on 30. Same vs John Napier No. 1. 4. S. J. Elliott etc. vs Esther A. o. F. AL Ilines vs W. M. Ingram. er spent last week with relatives at for a handsome price Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. " 31. Same vs Same .No. 2. Floyd etc. 4. Hall Anderson vs J. L. Carpenter. Harrodsburg. i Tatem and Wilaon bomrht of Go. Subject ' The Wise Man on the Use 32. Same vs C. C Potts. . 0. Dominion Coal Co. vs E. 0. Gooch a 5. Len Kranz vs F. M. Ware. some much Fi&k coloredj a cow for W. A. Cnson is having of the Tongue." Everybody invited. :J3. Same vs D. H. C. Peyton No. 1 C. i:2o. 6. Elizabeth M. Barnett vs Arthur K Banks vs E. H. Ballard. J. neeuea woric done on ine puces l,,e protracted meeting at the Alt. hA. Same vs Virgil Roberts. Bros, sold to Ed Hyatt Robbins F. Bamett. 7. Joe Schlacter vs C. N. O. & T. P. here and Hiistonville. Christian church closed Fh Moriah Reed No. 1. 25 bales of hnv fur 7.'i nor b.il... 35. Same vs Chas. W. A. Coffey Hrs. vs W. A. Coffey Ry. Co. Rev. Montgomery is in a series of , ako bold to B D. Holtzclaw 5 bales Monday night wjth eighty-on- e 30. Same vs Same No. 2. Hrs. 8. Whites Concentrated Salts Co vs at Campbellsville. tious. Rev. D. M. Walker, pastor of 37. Same vs Mary Rose No. 1. a the same price. 5. Alex Cooper Admr vs Isaac R C White. 28. Same v Same No.2. Bom to'Mr. and Mis. F. F. Robbin the Christian church of this city Cooper. (H. Lancaster vs C. N. O. & T. P. bowel movement lead to a fine boy He hag been naIlled .Wil- - conducted this meeting, Jrregnlar 39. Same s Same No. 3. 9. Rosa Lutes vs. G. C. Lutes. Ry. Co.)' chronic constipation and a constipatf-- jurd jijf ford Rev. J. A. Trotle returned home 40. Same'vs Same No. 4. P. H. B. Carr vs Alice naines etc. 10. E. T. Pence - vs The Board of ed habit fill the system Avith im-- 1 Monday from Anderson county, Mrp 41. Same vs. Same No. 5. c Havs and her sister 10. Conelly Construction Co. vs. M. Trustees of the Stanford Graded purities. HERBINE it a great bowel - where he has been holding a revival 42. Same vs Same No. G. Q Qrandfrom j,,orn were tae B. Coffey. School. regulator. It purifies the system,' the Anderson Presbyterian Tllompson and "daughter. Mrs. a 11. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs li.W. S. William vs George Diuwid-- ( vitalizes the blood and puts the di- - raitoa Saturday. church. He had thirteen confessions Despondency Due to Indigestion Annie Coleman. Continued on Last Page) gesthe organs in fine and vigorous! Misg gpent Satlll.dav and a splendid meetuig in every way. Da not at all surprising that 12. same vs. Ed Rogers. It is condition. Price 50c. Sold by Shng- -' Suiltl with Misi Julia Rev. J. E. Parks, pastor of the and Best Cough, Medicine for Children ars Drug Store. Stanford, & Lyne who have indigestion be- VJ. same vs John Fish. person church brought Rev. Trostle home. jjoward liv"Three years ago when I was come discouraged and despondent. 11. J. Bovle Reed vs J. P. Reed. Bros.. Crab Orchard, Ky. "wilHe 1Ciug visited ga Rev. Trostle will leave Wednesday Ms3 Here are a few words of hope and 15. Commonwealth of Kentucky vs ing in Pittsburgh one of my chillena Royse Saturday and Sunday to for Brison coal mines in Minge! flol. Z Z TZ dren had a hard cold and doughed J. P. Reed etc. cheer for them by Mr.. Blanche Bow" Ciltarrn Cannot Be Cured iw, near Middlesboro to hold a se- dieafully. Upon the advice of a ysWa. LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot attend the pie supper. ers.. Indiana, Pa. ''For years ' my 1G. same vs same. jyrps TWtip Kino- ipent Sundav "es of meetings. druggist I purchased a bottle of reack the seat of the disease. Catarrh U a blood digestion was o poor that I with Mrs. Mary Robbins. Remarkable Cure of Croup Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it or consUtutlonal disease, and in order tovcure It could only eat the lighet foods. I ., , ,. , 700 mt take Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh 0 Is directly upoa Oiop COUgningl you KICK ine tried everything that T heard of to "Last winter when my little boy benefited him at once. I find it the Cure bloodtaken Internally, and actsHail's Catarrh mucous surfaces. the and Regulate the bowels when they lungs and worry the body. BAL- gel lelief, but not until about a year had croup I got hira a bottle of Cham" best cough medicine for children be- Cure is not a attack medicine. It was pre scribed by one of the best physicians in this faii to move properly. HERBINE is LARD'S SYRUP HOREHOUND ago when I saw Chamberlain's Tab- berlain's Cough ftemedy. I honestly cause it is pleasant to take. They do it is composed ot the best tonics known, cob- - an admirable bowel regulator, it checks irritations, heals the lungs lets advertised and got a bottle of iieleive it saved his life," writes Mrs. not object to taking it," writes Mrs. re- - and restores comfortable breathing. them, did I find the right treatment. J". B. Cook, Indian, Pa. ''It cut the Lafayette Tuck, Homer City, Pa. recur SJfite 1oLbk5ce1erTheCtirfert helps the Uver and stomaeh and fine feebng of strength and Ihrice 25c. 50e and $1.00 per bottle. SSctcwoBdereffidtencWta(rcSurrBt sores I soon began to improve and since phlegm and relieved his coughing This remedy contains no opium or Bead tor testimonial, tree. . , bnovancv.- Price 50c. Sold bv Shue- - Sold bv Shurars? Dnur store.-- Stan- r yw t w difox what other narcotic, and may be given to talcing a few bottle of them my spells. I am' most grateful F. JT. CHEKKT k. CO...Pro9.,iledo, a ais Drug store, Stanford, & Lyne. ford, Jt Lyne Bros.,- - Crab Orchard, child as confidently' as to an adult. ' feM by Driitlsls. srlce 75c. gestion is fine. For sale by all deal- this remedy has done for him." For a Ky. Stt Halt's rau Pun for ertlpatW i Bros., Crab Orchard. ' paleby.fdl dealers. ers. f Sold by all dealers. . CIRCUIT COURT ADJOURNS 43. 44. OVER ELECTION DAY 45. T.. 46. Nsvember Term tej'ms MwMlay and 47. Grand and Petit Juries are 48. Drawn far Service. 49. ' 1. same vssame. i 18. same vs B.P. Ferrell v- - Stanfarl, Linctln.Ctiirity. : ;, v .' Kwilncky Tuesday, November, 3, 1914. PUNCTURED $v. Journal A LUNG A Quiet Election Day X 1. A . . O Tuesdays and Fridays Ci I lu 1 1 1 .. irrcr v,- ( J-- I de-trov- er. I -- - 't " vs. New-impro- J vi-'e- 2'.-1- & 4 i ( y-- .,.,,.. '"'" "u'uut " lw ..! .. eu-Gad- n . j v-- -- one-quart- er 1 j . - ,.' oe-twe- en addi-meetui- gs j j ! - . - ? -- if .- - r . . ft - - V rwspjs' T. f THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCY. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 3. II4. Rheumatism Muscle Colds "It is easy to use and quick to respond. No work. Just apply. It penetrates without rubbing." Read What Others Say: xBre aacd yow T.inwawit very successfully in a ,caae of ibeumatiara, and always have a bottle oa hand la case of a cold or sore throat. I wish to say I think it one of the best of household remedies. I would not havo used it only it was recommended to me by a friend of nine who, I wish to say, is one of the best boosters for your Liniment W. FuUer, Denver, I ever CoL The Interior Journal 8HELT0N M. 8ATJFLEY Proprietor 1 A TEAK STBICTliY IN ADVANCE at Staniori at scond Entered at the poetoffie clui mail matter. MEN'S SUITS 7.amul IflHuf' air saw.". "Just a line in praise' of Sloan's Liniment. I havo been ill nearly fourteen weeks with rheumatism, have been treated by doctors who did their best. I bad not slept for the terrible pain for several nights, when my wife got me a small bottle of the Liniment and three applica-catkgave me relief so that I could sleep." Joteph Tambljn, 615 Con tree Stmt, McKeetport, Pa. ms cratic ticket. Mr. DeBorde has left no stone unturned that might help in getting out the vote. He has been .full of enthusiasm from start to fin ish, has worked constantly and given of his time and money Avith no other reward in view except that Lincoln county might make a good democratic showing. Our hat is off to one of the best party leaders that ever made a fight in Lincoln and to one of the cleverest and very finest fellows and democrats that the sun shines on. Nothing's too good for George P. The 12 federal reserve banks will open Nov. l'Jth, which is expected to release more than $400,000,000 now held by national banks as reserve, No matter what the outcome of the election today, especially in Lincoln county, the highest praise is due to Campaign Chairman George DeBorde for his valiant work for the demo Suit costs you but the question is what is it WORTH TO YOU not altogether what it is made of, but how well it is made, how long it will look new and I aW$fM!lSsk HOLD ITS SHAPE. 1 It does not matter what a iliTSKJIlrf. MM Kmm&tmta iM sVaMlGHIIi ! .'I WbWu kwkW We can sell you a suit, and it's ALL WOOL a genuine Dickey Kerseya fancv worsted, or a blue seme, for $10.00 A better one, all wool, better made, better style, for MW n hSJm ill ' YrfiRl II Good for Neuralgia, Sciatica, Sprains and Brakes. All Dealer 25c Send four cents ia staaaps for a free TRIAL BOTTLE; SLOANS LINIMENT $15.00 ill 1m Ia xmX DR. EARL S. SLOAN, Inc. Dept.B Philadelphia, Pa. WHAT'S INDIGESTION? thus adding greatly to the loaning power of the bnnks and making mon" ej conditions much ea&ier. President Wilson's administration has done everything possible for the relief and benefit of the farmer and ' the poor man, JuJll H. draftTHE BEST MADE-Perfe- ctly ed and trimmed, fits you. The coat HOLDS ITS SHAPE, looks good as long as there is a piece of it. You feel well dressed and you are, for it's a Collegian .. and none are better at IK mm $17.50, $20, $25, and $27.50 Let us try one on you. If Pape's Dhrpepsin belongs in your home anyway. Should one of the WHO CARES? LISTEN! family eat something which don't in case of an agree with 'Tape's Diapeps'rT Makes .Sick, attack of them, or indigestion, dyspepsia, desire further honors at their hands Sour, Gassy Stomachs Surely Feel gastritis or stomach derangement at next yeai, ought to have anything he daytime or during the night, it is may isk for. We're for him for Fine in Five Minutes handy to give the quickest, surest Auditor or any thing else he may 88-- 1 a sic for. Time it! Jn five minutes all stom- relief known. ach distress will go. No indigestion, heartburn, sourness or belrhing of KENTUCKY MAN TELLS HOW MAYR gas, at id, or eructations of undigestRESTORED WIFE STOMACH REMEDY ed food, no dizziness, bloating, foul breath or headache. is noted for its Mrs. W H. Clarke is Relisvea After treatment. Wonderful Stomach Remedy Mayrs speed in regulating upset stomachs. Years of Digestive Disorders clears the digestive tract of mucoid accretions and remove poisonous matter, Jt is the surest, quickest and most ailments of the stomach, liver and bow- certain indigestion remedy in the Mrs. W. H. Clarke of Central City, It brings swift relief to sufferers from whole world, and besides it is harm- Ky., for many years suffered from dis- - els. Many declare it has saved them less. orders of the stomach. She tried many ; from dangerous operations and many Millions of men and women now treatments with but little encourage-- ; a re sure it has saved their lives. " eat their favorite foods without m w1" I We want all people who have Mr. Clarke induced her to trv Mayr fear they know Pape'.s Diapepsin Wonderful Stomach Remedy. 'She got Orpine stomach trouble or cousti-relie-.i f will save tliem from any stomach .pation, no matter of how long right away. Then he nrrote: misery. the medicine has done my wite a standing, to trv one dose of Mavr's Please for your sake, get a large world of good, and L feel that it will Wonderfnl Stomach Remedy one fifty-cecase of Pape's Diapepsin cure her. I intend to keep on until she dose will convince you. This is the is completely cured, from any drug store and put your doing her more good as you have been medicine so many of onr people than any one has stomach right. Don't, keep on being ever done her, and she has been suffer- have been taking with surprising reinierable-ylifis too short you are ing with her stomach for years. I am sults. The most thorough system ! not here long, so make your stay glad 1 was told of your remedy." cleanser ever sold. Mayr's Wonderusers Eat what you like and di- ofLetters like that are written by reme. ful Stomach Remedy is now sold Mayr's Wonderful Stomach gest it; enjoy it, without dread of re- dy in all parts of the country. It proves here by Penny's Drug Store and bellion in the stomach. its merit with the first dose no long druggists everywhere. State Chairman Tom Rhea made a wonderful light in Kentucky, without money and against tremendous odds. He was always on the 30b. Kentucky democrats will remember his great work-i-n this campaign and should he You Make Friends By J. McROBERTS At last we have a Recommend- ing a Reliable Kideny Medicine I'apes l)ia)cpin . si,., nt e "Moore's Air Tight Heater The Greatest of All Heaters" mmwaaa Your representative called at my yesterday meaning to leave a sample of your noted Swamp-ltoand 1 am certainly pleased to &ee anybody connected witu the firm who make's a medicine which has done o much for me and my family. A few years ago 1 suffered from a terrible pain in my back and when 1 was up around the house 1 had to walk with my body bent nearly double. If you had placed a thousand dollars above my head I could" not straighten up to get it. Ityaring of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-KoI bent to you for a sample bottle and from the effects of that small amount I was sure it would help me, so I bought one bottle and it has cured me. Shortly after that, my ' husband who was a coal miner, was suffering from kidney trouble and could not work and I sent for some of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t. He wa; in a terrible condition' but as the doctors had not given me any relief, I had more faith in Swamp-Roand it Avas well founded, for it did the work, and after taking a few bottles he was completely cured. 1 daily recommend the use of Swamp-Ro,to my friends and Sincerely vours, neighbors. AIRS. JOHN NORDQUIST, Galeton. Penna. Sworn and subscribed to beiwe me this, Mth day of May, 1912. W. D. Allen, J. P. com- ot ot ot ot razor good enough to Guarantee for Life &"v-'KJ'i-'- i j iTr: ,.Z?liZlji Tungsten Shumate's any face and adapted to$2.75 any beard. and shapes to fit Sizes FOR SALE BY Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Stoves g Pkoie 54. Heaters - GEO. H. FARRIS, Stanford, Kentucky Please return our Wire Stretcher W. H. Hig'gins j j This will be proven to you-ba demonstration to be given on the street in front of our store by a representative of Moore Bros. Mfg. Co., on November 7th. y Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. 1 I jPjvrTSM-- . After the demonstration this stove will be given away. If you would like to have one of these high class stoves in your home, call at our office and we will explain to you the plan of how you may obtain one. Will Do For Yon Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binghampton, N. Y., for a sample size bottle. Jt will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure and mention the Interior Journal. Regsize botand ular fifty-cetles for sale at all drug stores. Swamo-Ro-ot nt Prove What one-doll- ar HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT The - Dakota Jack's W3kaa--t- aaWaaamaWWW Understand, you do not have to make a purchase and it does not cost you anything. The demonstration will begin at 7 o'clock A. M., on Saturday, November 7th, and continue all day until 3 o'clock P. M., at which time we will GIVE THE STOVE AWAY. You cannot afford to miss attending this demonstration, as there will be a great many things you can learn which will be an advantage to you in economizing how to heat your home. By calling at our office you can obtain all the FREE information in regard to the demonstration and this wonderful stove. People's Market Place Advertise What You Have to Sell - mKaWW":'C':' INDIAN REMEDIES have nudn h bum faaaoas all over the UaiUd States and Canada. r CoaqMeetl of Roots, Herbs, Barks aad Berries. Far treataaeat of Human Diseases. Parsley '3 Indian Herbs 45 Days' Treatment, $1.06 25c Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment 25c Dakota Jack's Creme Soap, Price 10c, 3 bars Insure vour orooertv with Bromlev & Bromlev Stanford. Kv. Gold Odd Fellows three pin at baptizing on Green River. link Reward for return to John Hooker, R. F. D. 3, Stanford. LOST Weddino presents at Mueller's iew-el- rv store. DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy ORIGINATOR All ON SALS AT Sfcugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Dakota Jack's Haaae Address: AUaata,Ga. OF PURSLEVS INDIAN HERBS I have FOR SALE OR TRADE I will sell cheap or two horses that trade for cattle hogs, hay or corn. G. H. Masters, McKinney, Ky. 88-- 2 FOR SALE 25 head of good quality feeders1, all dehorned, will weigh 950 pounds, 25 head of yearlings and long yearlings, good quality. Will sell on 60 or 90 days' time or longer with good note. John Coul" 86-ter, Middleburg, Ky. -- Call on A. F. WHEELER FURNITURE CO. East Main Street, Danville, Kentucky V 1 T. D. NEWLAND Oppowte Court House 3. WHY let the horse suffer from old winds and rain, when you can aake kua comfortable. .Bay a good Uaaket fer ki at J. C. HcClary's. for Firit Class Field Seeds, Heating Stoves and the best of Groceries Ttfephot 168 .r.t. x -- it . "tf-- '..rK 7 fe ji t J- -.. it '., L5. iV -- iJ. r'.v THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCY. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3. 1914. Overcoats For Men and Boys We especially want to call your attention to our splendid showing of Men's and Boys' Overcoats in all the new English, Balmacaan, Mackinaw and long shawl collar models made from handsome Scotch Cashmeres, Chinchillas, fancy weave Astrakchan, and Cravanetted Worsteds, at prices within reach of all. L 39 - c I I lb fiuyl&heoydu see VJdvCtodkthe 'sJtate J HfiS Cummins' Old Stand Opposite Court House " cofhes Correct Men's Overcoats Boys' Overcoats $3.00 to $20.00 $2.50 to $ 1 0.OO STANFORD KENTUCKY PHILLIPS & PHILLIPS land will remain lor several days "SYRUP OF FIGS" FOR Mrs. Annie Engleman and daugh .Mis. bue Taylor, were wie ter quests of friends ana relatives in. Danville Wednesday. Mrs. Richard j Scudder and Miss Samantlui Ware,' are guests of Mrs.i of If Kufus Lipp, on North First street j Thursday.Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Lytic! left this week for Decatur. Illinois,! where they will be the guests forj several weeks of Mrs. Thomas Mc- -j Reynolds. Max Ashbacker, who hasj been suffering from an attack ot typhoid fever, lett Thursday for his home at Morelaud to spend several days. Danville Advocate. . Mi's. Howard Camnitz, who is visiting the family of Mr. W. It. Campitz, on the Lexington road, has been suffering very much from an attack of blood poisoning the past several days. A ring which she wore made a very hmall place on one of her fingers and blood poisoning developed rapidly. The danger period has passed now however, and she iV; doing nicely. Much apprehension was felt for some days, as Mrs. Canuiilz's brother. Mr. June Clax-toi- i, died of blood poisoning a few v.eeks auo. Danville Advocate. longer. ! Hus-tonville 1 -- P- -. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Miss Mary Dee Kennedy is the J. L. Beuzley was at 31iddlesboro guest of Miss Sudie Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Kennedy are Sunday. Miss Anna Elli is the guc.-.-t of visiting relatives and friends at 2dih Mary IJout near Peyton's Well. Mrs. John Roberts and baby, of Mis Elizabeth Vermillion, of Danville, was the guel oi" Miss Gertrude Brodhead. are visiting her sister, Mrs. L. B. JJilton. Wilkinson lat week. Mi. Woodie Hale is at home after Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Saunders, a viil to her lister, Mis. T. F. Spink of this city, and. C apt J. L. B. Coffey at I'olesburg. and wife spent Sunday in Danville Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Smith, of with relatives. Oral. Ky., have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. Wearen Hughes Walter G. Smith and wife. have returned to their home at MemJ. T. Embry and Cupt. J. L. B. Cof- phis, Tenu., after a visit to his mothfey, of Frankfort, came home to er, Mrs. Julia Hughes and brother, L. ote Tlie latter was accompanied by. R Hughe. his wife. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Newland Avere Mrs. Ernest Richardson and little in Cainpbellsville Sunday for a vi daughter' Mary Evelyn, of Danville, Kel-le- y have returned home after a visit with it to their daughter, Mrs. L. C. and family. Mr. Newland' her mother, Mrs. W. 1). Hansford. home Monday but Mrs. New- Somerset Journal. C. Lynn- - of Frankfort, was, MIDDLEBURG Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Taylor motored her? to vote today. CONSTIPATED CHILD "il1 eal ot lhistonUlc. one ..I spent from Danville Saturday and the most popular young farmers of Delicious ;'FrUt Laxative" Can't the night and Sunday with relatives the West End, is very ill of pneu- here. ittlp Qtnmoh Uirm Tondar IVIWW ww.uvi, VI Mill mouia. T. W. Branson sold his grist mill Liver and Beweis to Robert Poteet of Judd and 'Mr. ,. Lime of o. "Y. IPoteet will continue to run it at' I Iut'l.iii.ltin 1I11 .lliiitt 4 Hoskins, r I1..bk Every mother realizes, after giv losemite. . ,. , , .. , 'iunk, ot Hustonville, should It: iug her children ''California Syrup 11121EMC i'v. Willi ii:l. . iii'imi 1111Figs" that this is their ideal laxa- niug the ihi' 7 Dawn Hotel for a oeen signed to tlie resolutions ;nli of Golden tive, because they love its pleasant year or more has moved back to his ed by the Baptist church upon ,1- Jee a eturned & Those of Middle Age Especially. Woman When you have found no remedy for the horrors that oppress you during change of life, when through the long hours of the day it seems as though your back would break, when your head aches constantly, you are nervous, depressed and suffer from those dreadful bearing down pains, don't forget that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the safest and surest remedy, and has carried hundreds of women safely through this critical period. Read what these three women say: medicine has done for me. I failed terribly during the last winter and summer and every one remarked about my appearance. I suffered from a female trouble and always had pains in my back, no appetite and at times was very weak. "I was visiting at a friend's house one day and she thought I needed Xydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I took it and have gained eight pounds, have a good appetite and am feeling better every day. Everybody is asking me what I am doing and I recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. You may publish this letter if you Irish and I hope others who have the same complaint will see it and get health from your medicine as I did." Mrs. A. Hoknuno. 91 Stanton St, Buffalo, X. Y. So. Richmond, Va. From Mrs. Hornung, Buffalo, N. Y. Buffalo, N. Y. "I am writing; to let you know how much your Was A Blessing To This Woman; u I was troubled with a female weakness and could not stand long on my feet. Ofall the medicines I took nothing helped me like Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I am now regular and anvgetting along fine. I cannot praise the Compound too much. It has been a blessing to me and I hope it will be to other at omen." Mrs. D. Tyler, 23 West Clopton a bearing down pain and St, South Richmond, Va. Loot, Wis. ttI was in a bad condition, suffering' from a female trouble, and I had such pains in my sides I could hardly move. Before I had taken the whole of one bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable ComDOUnd I felt better, and now I am well and r&n An a. owwl day's work5 I tell everybody what your medicine has done for me. JOHN THOMPSON, JjOdl, WlSCOnSHL Pains in Side, Could Hardly Stand. r Lydia E. Piakkan's TecetaUe has bean the standard rr nilTfiii fa-ills. Na om stele ailatAat jjtfeets herself if with wmai'i this fa she dees set try rrow roots sad herbs, it suffering wottMatohesJth. WW irrhteteLrM&lUDUMMIMCDniOtA. OMiMICIAL) LIT, MAIfefer adries. Ttsslufctsi win he Bpa WmtSO asBBBSssssmt eassHBBSsVastassMdaam. ti 1,1. . ', t ' .,,. again. iiritable, feverish or lion. Ilarve Helm passed through breath is bad, stomach sour look at here Tuesday afternoon but he was the tongue, mother! if coated, give a going so fast that it took two to see teaspoonful of this harmless "fruit him. As there was no one' present laxative, ' and in a few hours all with us we only got a glimpse. With the foul, constipated waste, sour five counties to make in less than a and undigested food passes out of week it did require one hustling. the bowels, and you have a well Virgis Wesley the merchant king playful child again. When its little of Joyce, this county, is. closing out system is full of cold, throat sore his stock of goods preparatory to has stomach-achdiarrhoea, indi- 'putting the mercantile business. He gestion, eolie remember, a good is engaged in he roller mill business ''inside cleansing" should always be and will give his whole attention to the first treatment given. that in the future. Millions of mothers keep ''CaliforWilliam Lawhorn's sorghum facnia Syrup of Figs" 'handy; they know tory is running full time now, worka teaspoonful today saves a sick ing some dozen or more men. He is child tomorrow. Ask your druggist making a fine quality of Masses. for a bottle of "California T. V. Branson who has run a sucSyrup of Figs," which has direc- cessful PARLOR GROVE giocery busines for two yea: tions for babies, children of all ages at Yosemite, has sold out to W. C. Mr. Reeee Bennett and family are anl grown-up- s printed on the bottle. Koynlty, who will conduct the busientertaining relatives. Beware of counterfeits sold here, so ness at the old stand. JI). Mr. Woodie sold hi farm for don't be fooled. Get the genuine, Jack Frost somewhat delayed his made by "California Fig Syrup Com. coming but was here right side up Mi'. J. B. Robinson is expecting Pny. 88-- 1 with care Tuesday morning. some laud buyers in. lie is a hu&t-l:n- g Those whose corn avus submerged C. C. Bagby, of Danville, was sereal estate agent. by the late Hood have shucked it out . Mr. Tusco Sims spent several days lected as umpire in a dispute between and will not suffer as great Joss as the street car company and its emlast week with his parents. was Messrs. Jake Wilson and Pad- ployes at Lexington. A fine selec- Avho first thought. G. W. Glider, lives on the Tanner farm, seems gett jire making molasses in this tion. No fairer or more conscien- j to have suffered worse than any one tious man could have been found for neighborhood. j Mr. and Mrs. Henderson Goff such a trying and delicate position. else.' Forty acres of his. crop were covered by water. spent one day last week with Mr. I We have heard it said that three LOOK and see if your subscription and Mrs. John Fife of Highland. meals from a dead horse would fat- -. Mr. David Walls had a young colt is paid up. ten a lean dog. If horse flesh has that was very sick last week. , the same effect on human beings, Mrs. Goorge MeCarty and Mrs. Louisville people ought to show signs j Edward Singleton of Wayneburg, WISHED SHE of good feeding. , spent last Thursday with Mrs. Dora McCoy and daughter. COULD DIE Neuralgia of the face, shoulder, Miss Vesta Sims spent Sunday with hands, or feet requires a powerful Miss Gertrude Hundley. remedy that Mr. 11. II. Padgett's house is al- And Be Free Fro Her Troubles, BALLARD'S will penetrate the flesh. SNOW .LINIMENT most finished. Messrs. Kirt and possesses that power. Rubbed in bat Finds Better Way. Zaehariah Padgett are doing the where the pain is felt is all that is work. necessary to relieve siiffuriii!; and Miss Rosetta Privett of Green fstftimhifl - restore TMti i (IXfM. normal conditions. Piict 2oc, Briar, spent ont night last week with says Mrs. Jessie Sharp, ot this place' Miss Maisie Braswcll. "1 wisnea 1 wouia aie ana oe relieved oOc. and 1.00 per bottle. Sold by of my (suffering, from womanly troubles. Shugars Drug store. Stanford, & Master Wilbur Johnson has been could not get up, without pulling al Lyne Bros.. Crab Orchard. on the sick list. something to help me, and stayed in bed Mr. Wesley Sims put in wheat for most of the time. 1 could not do my GOOD pictures shows Friday and housework. David Walls last week. Saturday nights. Mrs. Dora McCoy called on Mrs. The least amount of work tired me out. My head would swim, and I would Ida Eubanks Saturday. tfemble for an hour or more. Finally, 1 Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Whitaker spent ook Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. W. am not bothered with pains any more, and I don't have to go. to bed. In fact, F. Sims. 1 Little Margery Morris is on the am sound and well of all my troubles." Cardui goes to all the weak spots and sick list. helps to make them strong. It acts with nature-n- ot against her. It is for the Put a porous plaster on the chest lired, nervous, irritable women, who feel and take a good cough syrup internal- as if everything Wert wrong, and need something quiet ly if yon would treat a severe case of strengthen to1 worn-o- ut their nerves and system. the sour limes properly. Get the dollar If you are a womai, suffering from any size. BALLARD'S HOREHOUND of the numerous symptoms of womanly SYRUP. With each bottle there is a trouble, take Cardui. It will hein voi free MERRICK'S RED PEPPER man POROUS PLASTER gor the chest. WrUitm? o&. Tank, He SfreM Sold by Shmjarf? Drug store. Stan- nBnsvfjr' viPH AufracMMMM TiL&.iat Tmmmtlm ford, & Lyne Bros., Crab Orchard. x h. .', ?ii,i 4t, When cross, e, oO-e- nt $'2-0(r1 y taste and it thoroughly cleanses the farm near Somerset and Jason Law- - death of Dr. J. C. Barker, instead oC the name of J. W. Hooker, deceased. tender little stomach, liver and bow iiorn is mine iiost ai me springs It was a typhographical error which els without trnpinsr. i t should have been corrected sooner. "GETS-IT,- " 2 Drops, Cow Tie Vanish! Oaly Sore Ender of All Cent. Desperate, are you, ever tryinjc to set rid of corns? Cult using old formulas under new names bandages, winding-tape- s and cqtton rirms that make a fat little package out of your Hr JUH T ' W This It the Grir of z Fa-p- v FcterrJ . .. JCTS-1- " Con7es3 usinp; s and ointment?. To use knives, files, or? and razors, slicing aid Tj:icl;ins at a corn, only ina!:c it pruw f; r:?r an.l blKor. toe-catin,r ca-ve- toe. Quit ru 'a'.l.,z yaw foct by It also brinr? uanccr ct blccdina and blood pcisx:. The new v.:y, the new principle never l.uc-v- n Lcfore ia corn-hictor- y. liquid 2 drops c;n c corn Coe3 tho worl:. Tain Ko.-- tlie corn 1 'ulns to shrivel and out it come:! 'i apply it In two seconds. Nothing :u stick, nothinr to hurt, and:t it never fails. . t.n!.-!Try "GETC-:?- " 0.1 cornr. crJ-luscs. warls or bunions. "GETS-IT- " is solJ Ly drusibta jvcry whore. 2"c. :i bot:?. or r . ri di- "t 1" 12. Lawvncf C: Co.. For sale in Stanford at Shugarsr y. Is "GETC-:- " It's s. ' ChU-aco- Drug store Don't Forget "Quality' wkea yoa bay thai MONUMENT Don't forget Harry Jacobs Buys Quality and Sells Quality Only Telephone No. 164 STANFORD. Rain Coats For all the fami!1 Prices to suit vttyoif - UL. SANDERS, Crab Orchard. ;t ; , V fcCi?f'l'T- - l 1 -S- . Sd-- i .. i - v--s r .. -- .nr fr'-- r 3 '&''rKsmgteH - TT" V " r " .' ti fm TfflBTfciTC" 'AS SWfta4n"'Sir Jf-' - 3:..'iAs-'v- v -- ? THE INTEBIOB JOURNAL 8TAW FORD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 3. HI4, I FARM AND STOCK NEWS L. C. King, of the East End sold a fat cow to Lawson. & Brown, of Shoes for Cold Weather Our store is headquarters for all kinds of Shoes,- from a soft sole infant's shoe to anl8-in.topElkSkin. "J "J KnH sH Garrard, two-year"o- for $55; he delivered a I A Our stock is now Dry feet complete. is the road to Well-villBuy your shoes here and save money and time. No advance in prices. e. horse mule to Chiant Rockcastle for $150 and Learof sold 59 fat hogs that averaged about 170 pounds each to Victor Lear; of Garrard at six and three quarters . cents a pound. j This has certainly been a Sweet Potato year in Lincoln. Two or three have been brought into the I. J. office weighing five , five and a half i pounds, and five and but the largest and heaviest teen sweet potato brought to the I. J. office as far was brought by J. S. Moberlv, of MeKinney it weighing pounds. Rev. live and three-quartJoseph nallou brought one in mat weighed five and a half pounds. ld three-quarters er I will at 10 o'clock A. on . Thursday, November 5th, 1914 M., sell my farm of 230 acres, located 2 mile of Crab Orchard, in graded school district, first offer1-- Robinson's Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank. Men to sell the most remarkable bargain2in tne magazine world this year. Regular Price) EVERYBODY'S $1.50 DELINEATOR GO p BOTH and Women WHllAn W WW $1.50 1 $ 3.00 ) Total person A monthly salary and a liberal commission on each order. Salaries run up to $250.00 per month, depending on the number of orders. This work can be done in your spare time, and J need not conflict with your present duties. No investment or previous experience necessary. ?e furnish full equipment free. Write for pariiulars to The Ridgeway Company, Spring & Macdougal Sts., New York Coats Ladies', Misses' and Children's Newest Models W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. ing about 130 acres with tenant house and outbuildings; then about 100 acres with improvements; then as a whole; the bid on either tract or as a whole, will at my option be acDOCKET cepted. The improvements on 100 acre tract consist of a (Continued from First Page) brick house with cellar, hall, porch, summer dining die etc. MeCorniaek Hrs. vs Gus 12. Gus tobacco barn, 2 stock barns and kitchen attached, MeCormack llrs. 13. .E. G. Baugh Admr. vs Annie and all necessary outbuildings. A fine bored well at door. Wade etc. 14. W. M. Bright, trustee etc. vs An abundance of stock water all over farm. 140 acres of Berry Howard etc. will 13. Thomas F. Johnson vs Milford this land is river bottom and has on it now corn that Va ught. 10. Julia Owsley vs Walter Owsley. make from 12 to 16 bbls per acre; it is also fine meadow Mrs. M. M. Stone vs Felix G. or grazing land; balance is upland, which is fine blue grass White etc. 18. The Crab Orchard Banking Co. land, adapted to tobacco, wheat, corn, and all other cereals. vs J. P. Ballard, etc. I will also at same time and place, sell my crop, farming 10. Lula Brawner vs Felix Brawuer. C. Webber, 20. R. S. Scudder vs P. utensils, household and kitchen furniture, etc., consisting of etc. 21. Annie Reynolds vs Ex Reynolds. 40 acres of corn in field, sugar cane in shock, hay, straw, 22. Mr. Louanna Holdam vs Fanny Thompson. 200 shocks of fodder, etc.; 2 good work horses, 1 combined !I. Padgett vs Roberta Padwork mules, horse, 1 gentle family horse, 1 pair gett etc. 24. If. (. Young etc vs S. E. Owsley, 3 mares and 2 Percheron colts; cows and calves and Jeretc. 25. Martha M. Vest vs Edgar Vest. sey heifers; 16 shoats weighing from 100 to 150 pounds Christine Gray vs Ellen Roe. 27. Kate L. Price vs Granville Price. each; 6 Duroc Jersey gilts and 2 brood sows and 18 pigs-- all EQUITY OLD subject to register. Farming utensils, consisting of waTHIRD DAY gons, mowing machines, turning plows, double shovels, cul1. M. B. Sigler Admr vs J. D tivators; drills, single and chanuon etc. 2. J. T. Lovell vs Allie M. Powell. 3. Maliuda Hays vs John Gray. Any one wanting to buy all, or part, of this farm, call on 4. II. J. McRoberts vs J. S. me, and I will take pleasure in showing same any time be5. J. H. Carter vs William Martin. Liberal terms will be given and made known on 6. W. L. Weller Son vs John Car- fore sale. penter. day of sale. G. W. Singleton vs H. H. Logan. 6-room 10-ac- re L7. : 215. 11. 3-year- -old 1-- 2C-- . Bu- - 2-hor- se. Jack-ma- n. & 7 Lincoln Bank Office building "CORNER NEXT TO COURTHOUSE." Rent Free to January 1st, 1915 Come and inspect these modern offices, with water, light, steam heat and janitor's services, all i 8. W. B. Sigler vs William Cole. 9. J. R. Edmiston vs S. M. Holmes. 10. J. M, Phillips vs William Lackey. 11. Anna Napier vs Hundley Napier. 12. U. S. Fidelity and Guaranty Co. vs W. J. Edmiston. 13. W. C. Thompson vs Berry How- 55. Rtmiley Products Co. vs William 91. 92. ard. Gutman. 14. J. F. Hazelwood vs W. M. Lane. 56. Royal Indemnity Co. vs J. H. 93. 94. 15. Jenny G. Lane vs J. F. Hazel-woo- d. Baughman & Co. 95. 57. J.B. Robinson etc. vs Equitable OG. 16. M. B. Bryan va ' Elwood Totten. Life Insurance Co. of U, S. 17. Willow Springs Distillery Co vs 58. J. W. Holmes vs J. M. RothweU. M. L. Good. 59. Riffe & Jones vs McKinney De98. 18. M. Stewarts Hr. vs M. Stewarts posit Bank. R. H. Bronaugh, I. M. DUNN, Auctioneer. Crab Orchard, Ky. I George Hunt vs Joeie Hunt. A BIG stock of lap robes at J. C. Henry Layer vs Ora Layer. (McClury's. Mauda Street vs John Street Maggie Payne vs John Payne. SEE "Our Mutual GirP Fridav. A. L. Caulder vs Tom Bailey. Willaim Mershon vs D. V. Kenne- - ' Crab Orchard Graded Schwl Tax ii- - . 9. Hrs. 10. J. R. Cook vs E.J. Joslin. 20. G. W. Shelton vs George Hop- Sam A. Moore vs Mary D. Burke. 61. Harry W. Mills vs. H. R. Mills CO. furnished under rental tee. We are now making contracts for 1915 rentals. LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK "SKSTkJT THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD, KENTUCKY. kins etc. 21. Thomas Johnson vs D. Dishon. 22. M. P. Peacock vs M. P. Russell. 23. Annie Stoner vs Robert Stoner. 24. J. W. Carter etc. vs Lincoln County Fiscal Court. 25. Jennie Carpenter vs Dove Carpenter. 20. Lincoln County Fiscal Court vs llustunville C. M. Turnpike Co. 27. E. T. Beazley vs James Burton. 28. Julia Owsley vs W. W. Owsley. 20. Joe Givens Hrs. vs Joe GLvens llrs. 30. Kd. and its predecessors is the oldest bank in Lincoln county, has been in business for Fifty-S- ix Years It is a member of the Federal Reserve Bank, and protected by that powerful RESERVE SYSTEM. All money deposited with it is securely safeguarded and protected. MAKE THIS BANK YOUR BANK Salt-Cott- on Seed Meal KANAWHA salt This is the kind you want to salt your meat with. Our first car of the new crop cottoir seed meal has arrived. We have a car of washed screened sand for 'cement work; and the cement to go with it. Have just unloaded a car of GENUINE J. PHONE 11 H. BAU6HMAN STANFORD, I . ft . i CO. 'i i l1111 KENTUCKY ( t ' 111111 1,4 1 t 11 1 U 1 11 1 i H : 1 ;M I ! . ) 1 It U Alcorn Admr vs Evlin Armstrong. 31. John Petrey etc. vs George Petrey. Jennie P. Carpenter. 32. W. M. Musxey vs H. Floyd. 72. J. C. & A. S. Cummins vs Gar33. Tom Ferrells Admr vs Tom Fer-rell- 's rett Snyder etc. Hrs. 73. Archie McCorraack vs Margaret 34. Citizens Bank of Brodhead vs J. McCorinack. H. Dicke.v 74. G. A. Alford etc vs A. J. Alford. 35. Citizens' Bank of Nepton vs J. 75 Claude Prewitt ,vs Matilda W. Hutchison. 36. Crab Orchard Banking Co. vs ,76. Stephen Hopkins vs Maggie Hop "Bel! V. Dunn. kins. 37. Minnie Weaver vs Willis Wea- 77. Annie Bell vs Richard Bell. ver. 78. Dollv Farlev vs Robert Farley. 38. W. P. Buchannon vs Alice Land. 79. (Error) 40. Lula McAnish vs S. M. BelL 80. Garr, Scott & Co. vs B. D. Hiatt. 41. C. G. Boone vs William Gutman. 42.,Larkin Wells vs Mary L. Carter. 81. Laura Carter Rice vs Walter A. Rice. 43. I). A Prewitt vs C. G. Koger. 44. Chas. Robbins vs George Fish 82. James P. Rogers vs. Newt J. etc. Gutman. 45. Sabra P. Reid vs J. D. Eads. 83. McKinney Deposit Bank vs Mar46. Mary E. Ferrill vs Mary Jane tin EL Yoeum. 84. McKinney Deposit Bank vs J. A. Ferrill. '! l.l P. ouepuiuJ vu. v& T. 1v. Hart.. rsu'iiois tv Ol 85. Phoenix & Third National Bank Russell. etc vs H. E. Ross. 48. Sylvester Newton vs Margaret 86. Margaret Vanover vs Alex Van-ove- r. Newton. ' 49. J. A. Given vs J. T. Beck. 87. W. E. Estes etc vs Sarah L. 50. J. R. Edmiston vs Albert Fish. 51. Citizens Trust Co. vs Annie F. 88. Elbert Florence etevs Lizzie Guest etc. Gdn vs A$ce Florence. 52. W. L. McCarty 89:. W. H. Cummins vs William Dye Land etc. house. , 1 53. Robert! rTubble,vs Walter Hubble 54. Johri Eigleman "etc. - vjj Will 90. Jennie Withers vs Horace With ers. . uwsiey?etc son. etc. 100. W. F. Dew vp T. D. Young. FOR SALE 62. C. G. Bass vs H. E. Mills etc. 101. J. S. Younii Admr. vs D. s. C. W. 63. Virginia W. Hocker vs Young. House and lot, containing fctiree Kawleigh. 3 02. B. D. Carter Admr etc. vs Annie acres of land, one mile south of 64. G. W. Koger etc. vs J. A. Koger Carter. McKinney, house ua four rooms, etc. 103. Nora McRoberts vs Samuel also a new barn 30x30 feet ou the J5. Mrs. Owsley Newland vs J. W McRoberts. place, and a new storehouse 24x24 i Brackett. 104. Joseph MeMullin vs Ottie j feet, with a small stock of groceries 66. Myers Lutes &. Co. vs L. C. Dunn. ' and a fine staud fox busing?. There 67. Kusaboll McQueen v& George McSlictuiuii j is a 105. George W. Cloyd eoi-crib, smokehouse Queen. IjlOtMW etc. hen houe. good orchard and line 68. McKmney Deposit Bank vs Rifle 106. Joe Elam vs Margaret Elam. well of water on the premise:?. A: Jo;iCb 107. W. D. Ross etc vs James C. Will also sell a house of three 69. Y. E. Perkins vs Elizabeth rooms, and lot of three acres with Coulter. 108 .E. D. Lovett vs Lucinda Lovett. fine garden and outbuildings, a mile 70. McKinney Deposit Banking Co. i()9. P. M. McRoberts etc. vs G. L. from McKinney. Possession sriven vs C. M. Sipple. Penny, etc. at once. F. E. BRAWNER- - McKin71. Crab Orchard Banking Co. vs 83-- tf 110. J. C. Stanley Gdn. vs Robert II. ney, Ky. ! 60-ban- JT ?. AJ. tal1 a,ul Pav our STaded school L. Cordier vs T. P. Eads. the penalty goes ou. ii- - . H. Bell etc. vs ii'aynesburg itl,x belure now readv at the Crab I Looks are ji. uuuiuu tHi a .LiULUiu w r. oii'ihiuh- - :IIr .a IX. el ntrx.iv I". Bank. MISS Treas. OPHELIA 82-td. n Mc-Carl- ey. Stanley. 111. J. II. Carter Admr. etc. vs D. PUBLIC SALE V. Kennedy. As administrator of the estate o 112. .Maggie A. Gover etc vs Sherley Mack H. Singleton deceased, I will D. Gover.. on i .Saturday, N 8 venter 7, 1914 TO THE PUBLIC McKinney Ky., offer for sale to at r" I represent the largest and best clothing house, in this coun- highest and best bidder the followtry Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago, 111., ing: One stallion, one My experience in measuring and di- yearling filly, registered, one suckrecting the making of your clothes, one brood advantage over one who i ling filly, registered, eives me the is not a practical tailor. If you will j mare, one good buggy, almost new. give mc your order I will promise you j ollc. set 0f busprv harness, small lot made-to-ordetwo-year-- old ss ties, grades or the higher priced. My faVlo arnul ed months will be f and winter line of samples are now! A the .aUE&x rut of and1 a"01 ready for your inspection. Call l,.t Wv vn.,. H. C. RUPLEY, approved secnnty.JOHM F. WHEAT. Asm. 86-- ri The Practical TaHor. the t. XT- j-- Get You a Good Farm at Low Pricc I have for sale, a' number of nice farm of differeat 11 1 aJ J1 J! sizes, wen locaiea on gooa puces ana ciose to schools Hi and churches, in Shelby and adjoininf counties.. It will pay you to investigate them before you buy. ' -- G. T.Moore, TatfsFmt SWkr Ct,Kj. REFERENCEr-- J. D. EADS. FORMERLY "- OF STANFORD, KY., 1 ! i 11 . I Ji ll. ij-- f I ?;