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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): November 6, 1914 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1914 int1914110601_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 6, 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. V "4" :: J ""-.''' r: TroTtr S7 ? 3tf THE lNTEtff)R J OURlMt - Established I WO 55th Year 192 Republicans, 10 Progressives and one Socialist. The Senate probSENATOR BY OVER 30,000 ably will have 55 Democrats, 4U iie and 1 Progressive. Democracy Has a Great Day Tues Women Want Cleaner City day But Control of Congress At the regular meeting of the Is Reduced City Council Thursday night, supervisors vere appointed to go over tlie Democracy auie into her own in city tax assessment for this year as KeUucky on Tuesday when J. C W. returned by Assessor John M. Stone. Beckham was elected United States They are Messrs. E. T. Pence, Sr., Senator by over 30,000 majority W. S. Embry aiid Ed. Hubbard". All over A'ugUstus IE. Willsou, the re- are property owners and familiar publican candidate. J. X. Camden with local values. The Council liswon for the shoi't senatorial term, tened attentively to a delegation and nine democratic congressmen from the Woman's Club which sought were chosen. H was a magnificent its toward the repair ictory from every standpoint, and of offensive sewerage and other proves the wonderful hold which unsightly and unhealthy conditions Beckham has upon the people of in this city. The City Fathers gave the state, lie has never been de- the ladies much encouragement and feated for office when the people agreed to with them in had the say. every way. Caleb Powers and John Langlev aie the only republican congress" HIGH SCHOOL NEWS men from Kentucky, both winning by (By llarty) deceased majorities. Tiie Junior and Freshman classes The Progressive or BuU Moose will conduct the monthly Literary party pinctii-nlldisappeared from Society next Friday, November 115. politic, in Kentucky, casting only Visitors arc always uelcone. about IL',000 votes in the state. Its The witches were very much in best allowing- wib made in Louis-ill- e evidence at the school building wheie 7,."i00 votes were polled Ilallowen'cn. for the Jloose candidate"-- , Peckhum j Miss Lettie Walker Mc Kinney was carried Louisville bv the unnre- absent several davs this week. eedented majority of 12,000 votes j Mis-- i Lucile Gastineau, the popu- over Will on. Beckham al-- o carried , Levinutoii, and democratic stromr ii , .... -. ......... Wlltll.liJlll ijlT.MllLlMl holds lesponded with their A High School talent play will be mnjoiitie- - though a light vote was iven some time in November. Mrs. polled in the -- tntc. i The Democratic representation m i Pickett has full charge of the en" tertamment. was materially I1). I , eongie-- s HUUt-CU..,. l.,,t Jlllimcl -v Al.l,. .rt. "Uil I. ll.llf rA.ln will however, in other state, and will be. " JUOL ,, . rp,.. only about 24 m the lower house, lui to be dismissed at three o the Senate the democrats gained j sciiool , , two or three seats. Some election! ., . ... v, rn-ie- in ..oriiiai wm line up note- - are as follow :..,- t? ij o. .... Liie ljiu. auiuiisL cj. it. o uu ti... iod. i i .,..i.v i i tit.-luiMiuiiuiiiis ueienicui me out and enjoy the game. democratic candidate.- - for Mi-- s Ethel Powell 17' was absent and -- cuator in New York. Ohio went back to republicanism. a lay and a half this week. William Mobley '10 was absent State wide prohibition was overMonday. whelmingly defeated in Ohio, CaliML-- s Matsy Grimes '10 was unable fornia and Washington but carried to attend school Monday. in Montana, Oregon and Arizona. Early the season Bryan PerIndiana its entire dem- kins wasinelected to the captaincy ocratic ticket. A democratic P. S. Senator was of the bn.seball team to succeed elected in C'aliorniu, but the Bull Spalding Hill. Miss Sara Wood '17 did not atMoo-- e candidate for governor was the only state in which tend school Tuesday. Joe Warner '17 did not attend the Moo.-e-rs made any showing. school several days this week. Kansas elected a republican govClinton Coleman '15 who has been ernor and senator but the majority out of the game for a long time reof congressmen are wdemocrats. including Jouett Shouse. formerly a turned to the field for practice last Tuesday. Lexington, Ky., newpaperman. Pennsylvania went euormou-l- y reFoley Cathartic Tablets publican. Are wholesome, thoroughly cleans- L'ncle Joe' Cannon was one of ling and have a stimulating effect on the (imli:wL": limrui- - nltwtiwl Rega , ...mm-e..fro.,, l,U AX.i ;.. in;.,.,;. tl,e "loiuuch, liver and bowelwith no irriping and no unplea- r...n.. 'a le ,.!.. t...i .. .1...,, ' governor after several years of re- sent after effect. Stout people find they rive immeii-- e relief and conv publicanism. -The i ace.-- for senator in Xevado, fort. For ale by all druggists. l tali. Wiscon-i- ii and Colorado are Days, DON'T forget Cleaning-u- p er loose. Friday and Saturday Nov. 0 and 7th. Late-- t ret urn- that the JUM30 Democrats will have a majority of! Mr. and Mrs. Horace Flovd and J.i mi the Ilou-- e of lieoresentatives Sunday 'Ii'''1 niid L2 or 14 m the Senate. Koer :uis! Jl,lia J I. Floyd and family at Ge. SuIIiv.ui. Democrat, in Illinio- - wa with G. by Sherman, liepublican. "cva deJe.iled Misses Grace and Lena Jones The ra'e in Flab looks more f.ivoi" iiblf for h'eed Snioot. Republican. hae been the guest.-- of Miss Mat tie v. hi fur I In fir-.- ! limn si'iM!i'ril tin Mvera at McKinnev. r- !llu lr- - 'J'1'- - I:oii, ofi ieao on the count. The other f ena" i Wayne-bur- g, his cousin, M. ltirial fejht- - are all niaei.allv over or will be changed by late leturn- -. O. Mason here recently. irt! Cornelia Shelton is able to In the race- - for the ilon-- e only six - are -- till out. and the-- e are'ttend school again this week after districtof several weeks on ac" dixiiled about half and half between '"ii count of throat trouble. the two dominant partie- -. As the re. j iiiyht the I Mr. Grocr Miracle - a freipient suit -- too.l Thur-da- v Hou'-- e will contain 220 Democrats, gue- -t at the home of a mighty pretty girl near McKinnev. Mr. and Mr.--. Virgil Denham went to McKinnev Sunday to see the hitter's sister. .Mrs. Mont Durham. Mis Sibbie Trent was the guest j of her grandparent, Mr. and Mi's. A. ('. Peck recently. Mioses Julia Smock, Maud M Grace Erwin, and Mr. Craig HK at the mM Baugh were pleasant B school Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Scarborough Sundav with the hitter's sis- Iter. Mrs. John Hooker near Here. Miss Mae Curd and Mr. Jake Bell of Danville, have been the guests of the former's cousin. Mrs. BECKHAM WINS FOR s co-opery r N. 89. Stanford, Linctln County. Kentucky Friday, November 6, 1914 HUSTON VI LLE Tuesdays and Fridays BECKHAM CARRIES LINCOLN 300 MAJORITY iBBBjBpw BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBJBF BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB' BBBBBBBBftBBBBBBBKv jdrBBBBBB VBBBBBBBBBB ,uEwML Jtk3BBiB? fjF r 'B flPSsBBHB"&Bk tuberculosis at the age of 70 years, lie had been in the mercantile business for over fifty years. His re- ey county' died Friday. Oct. 30tb at Leads the Ticket in This County-O- nly eleven o'clock after a lonjf sietre o Two Counties Wrony in J. F. Alstott, a prominent f'arn and merchaut of Powers store, Cas- Eighth District a majority of exactly 300 over Augustus E. Wilson, Senator-eleJ. C. ". Beckham Lincoln county in the eleccarried tion last Tuesday. Beckham received tlie largest vote of any candidate in Lincoln, receiving 1,375 votes, ileliu for congress received 1.569 and Camden for short senatorial term received 1,544. Lincoln county democrats did their work splendidly and Chairman George UeBorde who led the fight in this county is being warnih congratulated on all side- -. The tabulated vote ot Lincoln i found in another column. By BBBBBBBBBBBBk9ByPpBBj ffc v-"" iBBBBBBBBBBBJp (BBWi BV VBkBmAttBBBBVBVBVB-BBBBPBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB- BBm? MflBBliBSBila- - 04fpBJyBBBBBBBBJK' "rBBBBBK - -- Lincoln Comity's Vote in Last Election 33 re -- jx a SL PRECINCT Courthouse Mack-st'ille a o 3 3 T 79 14(5 .'58 S: S? ..no .107 Si .180 17o 181 121 ' 122 141 Knsrine ITuse ! u-- ual ! . MM 1 I I JJl-.lllilJ- .- ,- I ! ! - fi-- c- - n. re-elec- ! Judj. e Wm. Myers and wife were 10! C died to Libert v at one o'clock 08 78 f '5 Sundav mornini: bj- - the sudden ill-- 1' 77 70 Turnersville 70 " ' uess of Mr- -. Ann Warnner. sister of . 131 l.")0 1;")3 McKinney 70 i J. LL 1L Hi Mrs. Meyers, who has been in bad 146 142 1 14 1.17 irr 155 17 15 16. j Crab Orchard No. 1 health for ouite awhile. She is re" 134 i::o 134 134 12o 12. Crab Orchard No. 2 7 8 10 i uorted considorablv better at !iri?- 14--1 "Wa ynesburg i:;s 134 S9 85 87 7 7 ent and , hopes are she will soon be ,. fi3 85 King s Mountain 90 100 95 95 2 2 9 out ot uamrer again. 6 Highland 47 ;. 00 Q10 93 92 4 5 Wm. Neal, of near Moreland- - is scriou.-l- y ill of pneuinonia at presCamaen 1543: Helm 1509; Will-o- n Totals Beckham 1575: 1275; ent. He is being cared for in the Bullitt 1203: Spilman 1216; Vance 121: Nicholas 113; IToltzelaw 119. Twelve votes were cast or the Socialist candidates in Lincoln countv. very best way b big hearted Sam Lusk and the good ladies in general of the community. UNITED STATES SENATOR BECKHAM Mr. and .Mrs. H. C. Hall, of Missoula, Mont., and Mis. J. W. Iiout ui vistiiig Mr. ami Mrs. 1. C. Brown near Danville this week. Mrs. J. A. Brooks and little daughter, Louie, have returned to their home in Nicholasvillc, after a visit to her sister, Mrs. J. W. Rout. C. W. Adams sunt J. 1. liiCfe went to Cumberland river Tuesday on a fishing1 expedition. W. H. Lunbam, the sorshum maker of the Roy's Mill section of Ca-e- y count', passed through here Sat- turday evening en route home with a .large load of empty barrels, which he will fill this week with sorghum of the finest make, fie is making a (large business of it and of canning fruits and vegetables and will greatly enlarge hK capacity next year. Mr. and Mrs. C. . Xorri- -, of nfmliWTi K ' ' n4" ,,.' v several davs here with frof 'iiobin-o- n and wife last Mustor.ville No. 1 rfutonville No. 2 107 105 102 bS 09 70 70 04 80 00 00 9 9 liowlnnd Vl IV 1 i 37 1S""ioMhoaileyIi,n,Hy. 38 17 17 17 77 9 S 140 10 lb 10 sitiiritifr mains were interred here in the cemetery Saturday afternoon by the Masonic Lodge heie leaves four and other plaee-.4llliving children to mourn his loss. They aie John Alstott, of Junction City, Clarence Alstott, Bertie Alstott and Mrs. T. A. lieynierson, of Powers Store. Paid Jessie lo-- t a very valuable milk cow last week that was crippled up badly some time ago. It was ter a short illness and was buried in automobile while on the pike. Old George Bailey, colored, died Sunday night of heart trouble af-j ter a short illness and was buried in the colored people cemetery here . Tuesday evening at 2 o'clock by the L. P. F. society of which he was a charter member and worked hard to keep up. lie was one of the founders of the colored Christian church here 7 and maintained a high standard ilus-tonvil- le e votes ct In the Eighth cougre.ioual district, the democratic ticket won by about 4,000 majority, every county in the district going democratic except Casey, which registeied only 317 republican majority and Madi-o- ii county which went republican less than 100. ROY liiw fii'ikttii.rn lli wvi ' i .l;i vi. STEWART ACQUITTED Two Murder Cases on Trial In Circuit Court This Week 1,,,'',l'',',, Circuif court has been engaged most of this week with the trial of case two murder cases. The iir-- t .ailed was that against Roy Slew" ait, a coloied blacksmith, who wad charged with shotting Anderson Carr, Jr., another negro, to death in Maekswlle, a few months ago. Stew-a- it was detended by Attorney George 1 . Florence, and made a good case of self defense. It wa- - shown that Carr was a very bad and dangerous negro, and the jury acquitted Stewart atter shoit consideration of the case. The next murder case called was that against Will Itouteu a young man, who shot Jas. Florence to death there in March. Routen was also defended by Attorney Florence, who is "no relation to the dead man, who was a .son of Mr. Florence, the aged Mexican, who was brought to this country from King.-Mounta- in, Mexico when a boy by Gen. l'e-to- u. , Le-iiiirt- on. i week. ! Reports came from pa it- - of Casey county, that hog-- ; are dying at a rapid rate of cholera. Judire F. C. Hoppper and C. B. Reid arrived home la- -t week from Lalonia, wheie they -- pent a l week at the Latonia deli-ihtfu- mo- -t 1 rac- es. ! l"t I I J Good Man Dies In Lancaster i I J ub-en- ce L- Mul-linc- x, v vi-it- ors L. C. Montgomery. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound for Croup. The loud Croup scares you. cough, choking and hoarse croupy gasping for breath labored breathing, call for immediate relief. The very first doses of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound will master the croup. 'It cuts the thick mucus, clears away the phlegm and opens up and cases the air passages. For sale by all druggists. SENATOR JOHNSON N. CAMDEN His many friends here regretted to poed of. learn of the death at Lancaster on as y. II. Lair i havimr hi addi" Regular service.- - of the Chris--1 bro-- : si w.wi.,1,, ..? J..lm NEAL'S CREEK tian church held in the courthouse tion to the store rapidly built and ther of Messrs. Wallace, Jesse Wal- Sunday, No.v. 8. Sunday School at wiH son be ready for e. Cordial and Miss Mrs. Annie . Walter, of 9:30, 'Preaching 10:45. 1 will bap-- , ter and Mi..s . Mollie Mrs. J. T. Sutton is still in a very Myrtle Southerland were out to see .. ! Staniord, (j. A. Walter, oi rungs, Miss Oca Farmer recently. tlose remaining from the Mt. critical condition , Mountain., and Dr. B. 1. Walter, oi;M Mr. Jack Hutchinson is up at nMjetilia, Suuday afternoon Lanca-te- r, Mr. Walter had been anat thee lit WMIipUS WalllpUS Goes Thro' Bridge Highland doing ome painting for and will preach invalid for a number of years. He j Mt Moria!l t.Him.h .Sunday night. D.' 'Mr. McGuffey. . ... ine connrys roau roiling engine j M; s Kv sin.detoii and Master a no was uuijjij j Walker. was 72 vears of broke through a bridge on the Cut- - Butlci. 1evUoitl oC Wavne-b.n- -, and married Miss in Jessamine the Services at , ; Miss 0ca Farniei. Iiust . She and the follow church, Sunday Nov. 8: Sunday Off pike about to o'clock Wwlno-Mary t Engineer Ravinond Fridaj. lowing chddran survive. Airs. Jon: j School at 9 :30, Morning Worship at dav afternoon. Barton,, of Sublette.j 111., ba'.i ".a: 11 o'clock. Subject "The Educa" Bryant had a very narrow escaje Relieve Rheumatism ter. of Portland, Ure., liauc ana jtiosl Side of the Temperance Move. from death, but managed to jump inj it ReaUy d iime to sunc nim-ei- L iroui moie John Walter, and Mis' e Mamie am;, ment. ymim, Evervbodv who is afflicted with Society 0:30, ru..euu Suhjeet "Getlinsr Out of Ruts." than a few bruises. Tt mil require a KIieumatis,iiI in anv form should bv Jtntl waiter ot ..anca-iv- r. the engine .. work to services were conducted by Rev. l.j . ,.,...:,, Wnrslih. 7 lot of hard hole, ami get G. Speake ' a1 moftns kJ(ip a bott,e ()f SIo:1Is O. (out of the M. Tinder Thursday atj oon at ! o'clock. Liuiment on ,iaml Tho ipinute vou his traction engine have been fed l and 2:30. in Qr soreness in ;i 0nt or ,....-- . engaged for the ,iob. Meanwhile . MRft. w. ;t ... im. Women Suffer Terribly from Kidney 7 traffic is closed on that pike. Don't Delay Treating Your Cough mut. Do not rub it. Sloan's peneTrouble a3 trates almost immediately right to on her feet all day no cousjh otten becomes Around A slicht An Active Liver Means Health thi seat of nain. relieviutr the hot serious, Lungs get congested, Bron- - wonder a woman has backache, head- 111 Ht fi ltl"l TAAM tn mb T f) Id wuiii xctr.... ciear. fl'inl Tubes fill with mucous, xour ache, stiff swollen points, Avean- it you want gooa neann, a DizzL Xah W partnllAH and comfortable. Get easy the vitality is reduced. You need Dr..ness, poor sleep and kidney trouble, complexion and freedom from a bottle ot Oloan s ior .j Constipation, Biliousness, Rall'c Pino Tar TInnfiV. It soothes FnW Kidnev Pills cive cmick re- - ness. ;, Tndisestion, take Dr.' cents of any druggist and have it in , ;w;fof eBo.pS. loosens i;af fnv flneA bnMcs tliv streiiffhten Headaches and against colds, sore and makes your system the kidneys take away the aches, King's New Life Pills. They drive the house mucous and undigested swollen joints, rheumatism, ncural-A- n resists colds. Give the baby and chU. ' pains and weariness makes life; out fermenting and - foods, clear the Blood and cure Con- - gia, sciatica and like ailments. n Rail' Plnp Tnr TTnnev. It's ' wnrMi livitux njrn'n. Trv Folev Kid. 0PlOil .1 w.-- , ac. ui v iuiu hmamaw univ CT - at vour unui - i VMi uiuum IAaV n( nrkf Cof guaranteed to help them. Only 25e ney Pills and see how much better . stipation bat it does give almost instant Telief you teel. J- or sate by an aruggisis. gisi. at your Druggist. al. V-ilt- Mi; Je ic Cook of Nashville is here among relatives. Ja-- . Cloyd ha- - rented the propoity of Chas Wheeler, known as tho properly, for next year, j Brown G C. Rifle hai rented the propei- j ty occujiied by E. B. Powell for next year. The" of Wallace Steele, on the j Rolling Fork, was largely attended and everything sold high. Com NEWS OF CHURCHES hroiurht i2.05 per barrel; cattle sold Service: at the Baptist church well and lot of good stock wa- - di- -I ! ale Routen's was self defense. G. R. Murphy. W. F. Lane, Geae Meade, Cicero Murphy, Willie Green Skid-moand Loge Walls told of the words that passed between the two young men; how Florence attempted to rise from a seat with a shotgun in his hands, which was seized by Routen and how Routen after struggling with Florence over the shotgun, hit him with the butt of and 'hot when Florence attempted to rai-- e the gun. Cicero Murphy, though a commonwealth's Avitne-- -. made a good ca-- e for the defen-- e. The defen-- e exhibited three -- lioltrun cartridge-- , which it wa- - al" - which it was alcut near the loadleged the dead man had cut for the Routen. purpose of using again-- t Ronton was acquitted. re hi-pi-tol, Hundred of imitations have come and gone since Foley's Honey and Tar Compound beiran 10 years aire to loo-e- n the grip of csuishs nnd cold-:- . You can not get a uibstitue to do for you what Foley's Honey and Tar Compound will do for coughs J colds, croup, bronchial affection, la grippe congln. and tickling throat. Buy it of your dmiriri- -t and feel safe. For sale bv all drmr-iit--. bu-in- O - - Pre-byteri- an ( Mer-dum- ' 4 pg -- -- I Vt ". -- .....;..... L 1 Tt i . . -- A. I - u. 1 .'Mit A-- t S- -- jc;- - & . W"r-rx-r- 1r " inn iv. -- ' J ,Tl .y tsi I. - riSC1 tf - THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCY. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 6 1914. FALLING HAIR MEANS DANDRUFF IS ACTIVE Save Your Hair! Get a 25 cent bottle of Danderine Right Now. Also Stops Itching Scalp Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy hair is mute evidence of a neg- MEN'S SUITS 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 HOLD ITS SHAPE. We can sell you a suit, and it's ALL WOOL a genuine Dickey Kersey a fancy worsted, or a blue serge, for PARLOR SETS DAVENPORTS COUCHES ROCKERS MORRIS CHAIRS SLEEPYHOLLOWCHAIRS LIBRARY TABLES WRITING DESKS BOOK CASES BRASS BEDS DRESSERS DRESSING TABLES SHIRT WAIST BOXES CEDAR CHESTS DINING TABLES CHINA CABINETS SIDE BOARDS, (J BUFFETS PEDESTALS HALL TREES KITCHEN CABINETS CAIFFONIERS WALL PAPER TRUNKS STANFORD KENTUCKY W. A TRIBBLE "Bee Dee" on the label means REAL VALUE inside the package, and RESULTS and SATISFACTION after the contents have been used. Always ask for "Bee Dee" when you buy a stock or poultry remedy. "Bee Dee" remedies are prepared from pure, medicinal ingredients, in a scientific way, and are genuine medicines that you can depend on. lected scalp; of dandruff; that awful scurf. There is nothing; so destructive to the hair as dandruff. It robs the hair of its lustre, its strength and its very life; eventually producing a t'everishness and itching of the scalp, which if not remedied causes the hair roots to shrink loosen and die then the hair falls out fast. A little Danderine toaight now any time will surely save your hair. Get :t 2 cent bottle of Knowiton's Danderine from any drug store cr toilet coiuiter, and after the first application your hair will take on that life, lustre and luxuriance which is so beautiful. It will become wavy and fluffy and have the appearance of abundance; an incomparable gloss and softness, but what will please you most will be after just a few weeks' use when you will actually see a lot of fine, downy hair-n- ew hail- growing all over the sealp. - It does not matter what a $10,00 A better one, all wool, better made, better style, for $15.00 ed and trimmed, fits you. The coat HOLDS ITS SHAPE, looks good as long as there is a piece ot it. You feel well dressed and you are, for it's a Collegian -- THE BEST MADE-Perfe- ctry draft- and none are better at z $17.50, $20, $25, What "Bee Dee" Means Remedies generally for sometime, we take pleasure in saying that they are giving entire satisfaction, and we cheerfully recommend them. McMiUen Stock Farm, Waco, Texas. Ton caa get them After using the Bee Dee WAYNESBURG $27.50 Let us try one on you. ad Bee Dee Bee Dee Healiag Powder STOCK 6 POULTRY MEDICINE LINIMENT DIP Bee Dee Colic Remedy your dealer's. at The Interior Journal BHELTON 1 M. 8AUFLEY Proprietor IN ADVANCE m A TEAK STKICTLY mt honor after ix years, is ji niagiiili" cent vindication of him and his friend-- , who have tood -- o loyally by liiiii. With Beckham and .James in Kentucky ha.--, ar. able and the abler in tile ve)ie-entation than any state the potto ff ice at Stanford tetond data mail matter. Entered nation. Stomach Remedy is now sold .,-, . Rl, t 7i;uuilLl(ll v i here bv H- - Goggin is in Georgia Penny's' Drug Store and Droggists Ev j J; business. eryurhere . - uric acid. Keep Foley Kidney Pills at the first sign of rheumatism. For sale by all democrats and voters of this section of his sterling qualities. We .saw him druggist. in the hour of bitterest defeat six HUBBLE years ago when he was betrayed by There was no preaching at Me- democrats in the legisla-tui- e and our hearts bled with those Kendree Sunday morning, as sevof other democrats who knew the eral went from here to Bryanfsville man well, knew his worth and how to hear Rev. P. 11. Davis, who luis truly lie mea-urup to the high of- been holding a two weeks' nieetring fice he sought. That the people of tiere. hi- - state have finally given him this Mrs. Jones, sister of Mrs. S. E. Owsley, fell and hurt herself very badly last Friday. Here Good News The parsonage at McKeudree is about complete and the pastor "will for Victims move into it this week. Some very remarkable results are Mrs. Mary Weaver who has been being obtained by treating stomach, with her daughter, Mrs. L. P. Wealiver and intestinal troubles with pure vegetable oils, which exert a cleansing, ver for two weeks returned to her soothing and purifying action upon the home in Wayne county Saturday. lower bowels, removing the obstructions Some of the boys celebrated taking off gates and them and -pulling wagons done,j the food is nllnwpH frw twq. : hiding This . H..wv HWW sage irom the stomach, fermentation into the middle of the pike. ceases and stomach troubles quickly disMiss Stella McKenckuie, of appear. George H. Mayr, for twenty years a Preachersville, is vifutantr her sisleading Chicago druggist, cured himself ter. Mi. J. A. Spoonamore. and many of his friends of stomach, Chicken pox has broken out in liver and intestinal troubles of years' the school here. standing by this treatment, and so sucII. D. Frye lost a valuable mule cessful was the remedy he devised that la at week from colic. it has since been placed in the hands of druggists all over the country, who have i L. P. Wleaver sold his crop of sold thousands of bottles. ! tobacco to W. P. Kincaid ten cents, .T r"Hrr itpvlfiAi. "C "I TobWo .stripping will begin here feet of ymce any one of its remarkable effect- - j a!5 soo,: a t,le w,'etI omes in case iveness. and within 24 hours the sufferer ! so it can be hulked down, feels like a new person Mayr's Won- - j Miss Hazel Stone has been visit" denul on hand ready for use so-call- ed Of course the 1. J. is overwhelmed with joy over the innirnifcent victory by and the entire j in the tatc la- -t democratic ticket To know him - to love j Tuesday. him. Since leaving Frankfort five :,i: year-- , ago, he has been our eUIUJ,,r i star in politics, and we have worked in and out to convince the j Bai-khaiii i- Declare War on Rheumatism lilu'iuiintibiu is an awful thinn more painful. Don't let it get but at the first twinge.-- take a hold, tAey Kidney 1'ilN. They work di" reVtly on your weakefd kidneys, """" them up, make theui aUUe) rid your blood and keep it clear of .5otlim I ed b Stomach egeir1w I 1.f X m3SVSK .w, on Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. (adv.) is able to be up house again after several about the weeks.' illness. Mrs. Malissa Martin and daughter, Birdie, of Grove, bought Mr. W. 15. Purleson's property for .000. Last week Mr. Burleson bought G. W. Padgett's property for $330 and Mr. Padgett bought a house and lot from LOOK and see if your subscription L. G. Gooch for tUTo. All have taken is piid up. possession. Banco Padgett bought a lot from GENAVA L. G. Gooch and is preparing to erect Mr. Oiarlie Brown was the a dwelling. building a gueM of his motheHirlaw and daughMr. S. D. Jeffreys is ter, who he had not vi.sited for over new barn. three years. iliss Maggie lloiton of King's Miss Jennie Austin and Mr. Grov-e- r Mountain visited Miss Grace Jefferys .Miracle went to the baptizing TIiui sday night. Sunday afternoon at Mason's Gap. Miss Grace Jeffreys visited friend Mr. John Myer bought another ni Somerset Satuday and Sunday. buj;y from Mr. Masters paving Mr. and Ms. A. C. Muncie spent Saturday night with their daughter, G. II. Floyd's store was broken in Jlrs. Melvin Caldwell. ome Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Singleton Sunday night. Only i&sed hoes and flour. spent Saturday night siud Sunday with their parents Mr. and Mrs. D. You Make Friends By RecommendW. Caldwell. Mr. and Mrs. Ilunley Singleton, ing a Reliable Kideny Medicine Mrs. Lucy E. Reynolds and Mr. M. G. Reynolds, of St. John. Kansas, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Your representative called at my Johnson last week. door yesterday weaning to leave a Mrs. Jane Daugherty and daughter sample of your noted Swamp-KoMrs. Lu- - and i am certainly pleased to see of Crittended are einda Pitman at H. H. Singleton's. anybody connected with the firm who Bill Frank visited his mother, Mrs. makes a medicine which has done o Tartar at Yosemite Saturday and much for me and my family. A Sunday. ago 1 suffered from a terrible Mi's. Asa Singleton and Barbee pain in my baek and when 1 was up Wheeler of Danville visited their around the house 1 had to walk parents, Mr. and Mrs. J ,H. Wheeler. with my body bent nearly double. If Messrs. H. H. Singleton, Urban you had placed a thousand dollars-abovSingleton. Mrs. Jane Dnnghety and my head I could not straight daughter and Mrs. 11. II. Singleton en up to get it. motored to Stanford Monday mornHearing of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Koing. 1 sent to you for a sample botMr. and Mrs. Durward Singleton tle and from the effects of that small and Miss Gladys Singleton of Dan- amount 1 was sure it would help me, ville were the guests of their parents so I bought one bottle and it has Mr. and Mr. T. C. Singleton the firs cured mt. of the week. .Shortly after that, my husband Mrs. Talitha Morgan is visiting who was a coal miner, was sufferher brother, I. C. Singleton Cora ing from kidney trouble and could Singleton. not work and I sent for some of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t. lie was GOOD pictures shows Friday and in a terrible condition' but as the Saturday nights. doctors had not given me any relief, 1 had more faith in Swamp-TioA TEXAS WONDER and it was well founded, for it did the work, and after taking a The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, few bottles he was completely curcures riiahetp. wmIt nrl 1nm UkW ed. 1 daily recommend the use of rheumatism, and all irreirularitip of Swamp-Roto my friends and the kidneys and bladder in both men neighbors. Sincerely vonrs, and women. Regulates blalder troubles MRS. JOHN NORDQUIST, in children. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt of Galeton. Penna. 31.00. One small bottle is two months' Sworn and subscribed to before me treatment, and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send for testimonials from this this, Mth dav of Mav, 1012. W. D. and other states. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2926 Allen, J. P. lr. C. C. Gooch H. J. McROBERTS At last we have a razor good enough to Guarantee for Life I Sj&-ZSafc SsVv!"" Tungsten $2.75 Shumate's any and shapes to fit face and adapted to any beard. Sizes FOR SALE BY Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. ot vi.-iting Stoves Heaters Cooking and Ranges few-year- s GEO. H. FARRIS, Stanford, Kentucky ot ! Heating Stoves, Coal Vases, Coal Hods, Grates, Fire Brick, Tile Backs, Fire Clay, Lime, etc. at ot W. Ii. Hig'g'ins ot Boots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded according: to the Original ft Exclusive Formulas & Recipes of Charlie White-Moo- n, The Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatment of human, ailments. Endorsed in the Sible. Thousands of Testimonials. the Great Body-Toni- c. SCIENCE SOPE, for the Human Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write C0M-CHL-3AK, Monster Parasite Seen Alive By expression , of times heard, ''That man must have a tape worm; he can eat more than anv person I ever saw" does not really apulv to the man or woman who has one of the parasites, as shown by the state" ment made by Mr-- Cart Schutman, the well known baker of . Chest- nut St..- .Louisville alter passing one t 2 rSierS seen me1asurd fully C tho?sa"di" Schutman "J "1 heard Mr.Andes talk for more than a week and my on two occasions troubles better than I could tell xt 1 finally made up my mind mysel I would give hjs medicine a tnal. I purchased one and after using days found the cause of y it three The Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. Prove What Swamn-Ro- ot T. Thousands-Unus- ual buttons owns." Sight troubles was this tape worm. Wlieu t was removed I was the most sur- P"?1 I8011 in lle ? I had suf" mueh .fm after meals; fei? asS sour "sings U1J stomach, such fulllless and shortness of breath the least exertion would cause mv heart to beat fast; oftimes wouW have nQ that the Great Advertiser a good and substantial citizen, sold many a bottle of Mr. Andes' Medi " eine anfl when thig W(mn shown W. mVl,f f i, i " . T,Js statement, coming from such aot.'fo rx,w wnM 4 ache and tired feeling were almost Such remarkable cures as this is a daiIy companion, but ,m Ud a1fte ven f th henoraenal say that the dollar botfe of wto- - sales of the Andes' Great Medicines, cir.c I pureha.ca from Mr. Andes and the Shugars' Drugstore of was the best Wwosi, net I .v.r made. Stanford reports the bigest sale on I WOuld not have that monster hack! Andes Medidnes of athing they iiW lor All the diamond and geld; have ever seldVVi ; ! - wno li at the stomach and spit this parasite, to hold up their hands, up my fooi Heartburn and sharp, at least a dozen did so; and two or footing pains about my heart, cans, three persons were present when it deal of uneasiness. head. TO stin alive eda eome sick T .w. OQt c f. eava,i act uuu u Atou i,:. nuum ii i re utijro, uin x a i. much men. u - :e i. ub- i.: i.j anyone present , askeu" jiuuus Andes mere ms saw i wnen m.t. Yon Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Binghampton, N. Y., for a sample size bottle. It 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. Regand size botular fifty-cetles for sale at all drug stores. nt one-doll- ar Will Do For C3AMJE WHITE-100ORIGINATOR mm-Mar- s N ftrKMES Or cheteme mmm StPE Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N i A KKKE v West Brtarfway Louisville, Kentucky l a . . . Don't Forget "Quality'' whem y Call on bay that T. D. NEWLAND Opposite Court House MONUMENT Don't forget Harry Jacobs Buys Quality and, Sells Quality Only TdepksM M. 14 STAXFOXD, for First Class Field Seeds, Heating Stoves and the best of Groceries TalephoM 16S ' .... 5. . X THE INTERIOR PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Nov. 6 JOURNAL STAN FORD. KENTUCY. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER & 1914. Social Calendar and 7 Cleaning-u- p Days. Days. Nov. .10 The Mother's Club will meet in the Woman's Club room in the courthouse at 2:30 o'elock. Nov. 11 Wedding of Miss Pauline Hoeker and Rev. William Omar Cloak and Suit Values Extraordinary On. account of a recent trip to the makers of ladies' fine Suits we have secitted some astounding Foster. Nov. 11 Woman's Club will meet in the Club Rooms at 2:30 o'clock. Nov. 17 The Dixie Rook Club Rook will meet with Mrs. J. B. Foster at two o'clock. Nov. 19 Club will meet with Miss Levisa Harris at her home in the country at two o'clock. Event Nov. 10 The "Current Club will meet with Mrs. J. R. Fos- bargains in Suits and Cloaks. of our goocl fortune. We will use these as trade stimulators, giving our customers the benefit ter. Nov. 2o Baptist have an exchange. A. D. LeavelJ Come and see what $14.50, $18.50 and $22.50 will buy in a Suit or Cloak. Ladies Aelx will and Doty, Lancaster, were here Wednesday. Mrs. W. S. Hendren of Nicholas-- . ville, was the guet of Miss Minnie Woods Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Sam Robinson and children are at home after a visit to friends and relatives at New Bedford. Mass. Mr. Alex Denny and Mrs. Mattie Duncan, of Lancaster, were the guests of Mi.--s Pauline liockcr this week. Special Lot Suits in Girls' and Ladies' at $3.75 The Skirts alone are worth what we ask for these Suits . Mildred Beazley, of Lancaster, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Wil Hays, and son J. L. Beaz-IcMr.-- y. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Rusifzcky, of New Bedford, Mass., have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Robinson. They took in a number of RobFloyd, Messrs. the interesting places on their way ert Nunnelley, Hudson Bohon, June HEAD AND NOSTRILS George Given, STUFFED FROM COLD here. Givens, Orie Barnett, Bryan BradMr. Ed. Traylor, of the Dudderar Sam MeKinney and . Wray "Pane's Cold Compound" Ends Colds Mill neighborhood, was taken ill at shaw, Tanner. and Grippe in Few Hours.Ta-te- s home the first of the week' while W. H. Shank.s returned home i'rom alone. He was moved to the home of Nice. Acts Gently. his brothei, Dan Traylor, near this Columbus, Ga., this week, where lie has been i'or .several weeks. city, where he will receive all Your cold will break and all grippe Win Merohon, oi Somerset, was misery end after taking a dose of attention. Mrs. B. B. Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. here early in the week with his "Papes Cold Compound every two Ii. D. Norwood and daughter, Miss daughter, .Mrs. A. C. Hill and other hours until three doses are taken. Dorothy. Messrs. John Calhoun, of relatives. It promptly opens the clogged-u- p Lexington and IL C. Campbell, of MUs Mary Tracey, the popuinr nostrils Mid air passages in the head, Wayland. were guests of Mrs. An- jnd efficient official tenograpUer stops ha-t- y discharge or nose runnie Prewitt and Miss Lena Palmer of this district, is here attending ning, relieves Mck headache, dullness of this district, L here. 1'everishness, ore throat, sneezing, Miss Bessie Hill delightfully enHandsome little C. L. Gover, Jr., soreness and stiffness. tertained at her country home on was the winner in the Baby Show at Don't slay stui'i'ed-up- ! .Quit blowFriday evening. Quite a number the opera house last weekt, and his ing and snuffing. Ease your throbof Hallowe'en games were enjoyed proud parens are being congratulat- bing head nothing else in the world during the evening. Delightful ed by their friends. gives such prompt relief as "Pape's of orange ice and cakes Cold Compound," winch costs only were ycrved. The houe was beautiCamp Fire Girls Entertain 25 cents at any drug store. It acts fully decorated in Hallowe'en decThe Camp Fire girls entertained without assistance, tastes nice, and orations. Those who were present causes no inconvenience. Accept no and were: Misses Mary Lee Givens, at the home of Prescott Brown substitute. 80-- 1' 'Elizabeth Givens, Cora Nunnelley Saturday evening at eight o'clock. Mary Dee Beck, Lena. Beck. Lucinda The house was beautifullly decorated CRAB ORCHARD Lutes, Gabie Bradshaw and Anna with many colored leaves, Mrs. John Henry Tenn., nee-es-.-a- SEVERANCE front, which will make it one oi the handsomest stores in this city. The election passed off very quietly and but few drunk men were to (i & SON Cleaning-u- p Days ry Friday and Saturday, November and Ttli. have been named Days by the Woman -be seen. Club and they will have wagon- - that Miss Lula Jones has been with will come around on these days and her parents in London i'or a visit. gather up the trash. They kimlK Mr. Cummings, near the depot, ask that you gather up your tra-- h has typhoid fever as also has little and put it in front of your residence. Vernon Brown. Mrs. Ona Naylor of Preacher-.-vill- e was the guest of Mrs. Elizabeth Barker this week. CEDAR CREEK Mr. Oily Sure Cora Gure Ever Known "Gets-It- " is ridiculous, simply because it is unnecessary. The new-pla- n corn cure. Uie "GETSJT" for Corns and Yoa Woa't "Holler" Wbea Yoa Pat on Yoar Shoes. To endure the pains and tortures caused by a little thin? like a corn the New Way, 2 Drops Bo It Jack-o-lanle- ms "I was taken with a severe headache and cold, which finally brought on constipation and bowel trouble. Physics of all kinds were used, and we were obliged syringe for help. I could drink castor oil like water, but it did no good. Salts were of no use. The doctors were puzzled. After using three bottles of Peruna I consider myself entirely well Mr. John B. Capers, No. 610 Pecan St, Fort Worth, Texas. Thme irbo object to Limld jfeJclae win Peraaa Tablet n desirable remedy tor to resort to the fountain CATAKRHAL CONDITIONS. w L and other Hallowen'en decorations. After the guots had arrived a two cour.-- e luncheon was served. The fii-h- t course consisted of hot chocolate, many different kinds of sandwiches olives and pickle--- . The second course was fruits, nuts and cakes. The guests departed at an early hour Thoe who enjoyed their hospitality were Misses Claudia. Pattie Perkins, Nellie W. Hill, Martha Kaney, Elizabeth Holtclaw, nra Wood, Emily Murphy, Jessie Lee Phillips, Matsy Grimes, Jean Paton, Lettie Walker MeKinney, Ethel Powell, Lillian Cochran, of Lancaster and Sallie Bimlette. Bryan Perkins, Maurice Tucker, William Mobley, Prescott I'rown, Clinton Coleman, Sam Eur bry. Lewis Proctor, Jesse Hoeker, Hart well Shanks. Chaperone-- . Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Russell Brown. Me.--s.r- s. of Bristol, here to ee her sister' Mrs. Chas. Garner, who is juite sick at her home near Cedar Creek. Herbert Bell surprised his young friends when he became benedict this week. His bride was Miss Frith of Brodhead and said to be both haiuUome and intelligent. Herbert is a splendid young man and all the young folks join in wishing him all the happiness that can come to i him. Mr. James McCall of Topeka, Kan., is with his sister- ill's. Agnes - writing. Mrs. A. C. Wilson is visiting her HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT brothel, P. J. Gooch at Paint Lick. The People's Market Place AdverMr. and Mrs. Henry Bruinmett tise What Yon Have to Sell have moved to Ab Nolan's place. .. . Mr. and Mrs. Sam Delanev are Insure volt orooertv with Bromlev .going to moved to Bee Lick. & Bromlev. Stanford. Kv. Mr. George Wilson has moved to W. G. James' place near Pine Grove. LOST Lion head cuff button. Mr. Link Kidd bought a cow' and Reward for return to the office 0"1 calf from J. Nolan or $4o. MTss Ella Harris is quite ill at FOR SALE My entire Une of S. this writing. C. Brown Leghorns at 50 vent Little Nellie Pollard is sick at apiece. Mrs. W. F. Dishon, Stanfox-d- , this writing. 89-Route No. 1. Mi--, and Mrs. Jessie James and l;a by visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry! LOST Gold Odd Fellows three' James Monday nijrht. link pin at baptizing on Green River. ' Reward i'or return to John Hooker, R. F. D. 3, Stanford. MM! 1. j j ' Mrs. Clarence Wood Mr. and Mrs. Link Kidd SatDrs. Phillips aud Jones have de- urday night. cided to practice medicine together Mi.-wn-- . Anna Wil-o- n the guest .uul have fitted up their ofiice in the of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thompson George Holmes building on Stanford Friday night. Street. This makes four tine physid Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brown cians for Crab Orchard. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Delaney Sunday. POSTED Mrs. Fannie Kidd is ill at this Mrs. Frank Cordier, Will Cordier. and 23 5 vis-jle- "GETS-IT.- " is the first one ever known to remove corns without fail, without pain and without trouble. This is why it is the bis:Kest-3ellin- p corn cure In existence tcilay. It' Is now used by millions, because it does away with sticky tape, with plasters and cotton rings that shift their position and press down onto the corn, with salves that "raw up" tlic toe. with "harnesses" that cause pressure and pain, with knives, rarors and files, clawins and pullins at a corn. "GETS-IT- " is applied in two seconds. Two drops applied with the glass rod do the work. Pain coes. the corn shrivels, vanishes: Accept no substitute. Try it on any corn, wart, i callus or bunion tonight. "GETS-IT- " is sold by druggists everywhere. 25c a bottle, or sent di- -, rect by E. Lawrence & Co.. Chicago. For sale m Stanford Drug store at Shugarv Herrin. FOR SALE Nice picked apples! Rev. Donna hue and his wife were 150 cents per bushel II. II. JONES, with Dr. and Mr-- . EdmMon Sunday. at While here he filled Rev. Gabbard's two mile west of Highland. Stanford 89-3- p appointments and preached two ex- R. F. D. 3. cellent sermons. Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Carpenter were with Mrs. M. E. Fish last Sunday. Mr. Sallie Thompson has returned from a visit of seVeral weeks to her sister in Toronto Canada. days. FOR SALE Eight room cottage! with one acre Hot; plenty fruit and good garden and outbuildings, on East Main street. See H. 1). Al- p dridge. 89--2- Mrs. Bledsoe Bailey has been Weddinn nresents with Mrs. Carroll Bailey for a lew elrv store. - - ai Mueller's iew- -j Salin & Smith Agents Stanford, Ky. As' Suits, Cloaks & Dresses Here are some rare bargains for the ladies who are needing a SUIT, CLOAK or a DRESS. We have them in all sizes and colors and season's most fashionable styles. These goods are direct from the maker. Guarantee with each garment to give perfect satisfaction. As follows they go as long as we have them: CLOAKS $5.00 Sale price . . .$3.46 $7.50 Sale price . .$4.75 Don't put it off they are $10.00 Sale price .$8.48 going fast. $15.00S ale price. . $ 9.96 DRESSES .$15.50 $18.00 Sale price $3.98 $55.00 Sale price . .$22.50 $3.00 'now $6.98 now $10.00 COAT SUITS $9.91 $15.00 now .qiSJM A fall and ctmptete line if $10.00 now Ladies' Fine SKIRTS. $15.00 now $14.98 $20.00 now $18.50 $23.00 now Come look them over today. Mrs. Mollie Burgin has returned FOR SALE OR TRADE I have from a most pleasant visit to two horses that I will sell cheap or friends and relatives in Lexington trade for eattle hogs, hay or corn. and Richmond. 88-- 2 G.- - II. Musters, MeKinney, Ky. Mrs. Mollie Collier and Miss Mayme Holdman visited in LexingFOR SALE 25 head of good ton last week. quality feeders!, all dehorned, will Pettus and Campbell look fine in weigh 950 pounds, 25 head of yeartheir new drug store, having moved lings, and long yearlings, good qualinto the room lately occupied by J. ity. Will sell on CO or 90 days' time Gliomas Cherry. Mr. Cherry is now or longer with good note. John Coul" established in his own building ter, Middleburg, Ky. 86-which he has modernized and made to look like the city department stores. He contemplates putting in YOUR large- - plate glass windows on the 3. J -- r- f " j 1 LBSBSSP. BJ INCORPORATED 1BBO. CASH CAPITAL, OUR MILLIOI DOLLARS. At state Bank & Trust Co. Sixty-thr- ee Years' Experience. JM.0IDRKH? IS ..... .m Try This For Your Cough Thousands of neonle nmi-liling because unable to sret the riirhti remedy. Coughs are caused by in-- ! .iiujuiuauon oi xnroat and tfronchial Tubes. What you need is to soothe this inflammation. Take Dr. King's New Discovery, it penetrates the del. icate mucous lining, raises the phlegm and quickly releives the congested membranes. Get a 50c bottle from . can tit mnrfc l winter invites colds and sickness. sickness-itaUowtch- iMa, Poor Btmaat Ac indirect THE-- BARGAIN STORE vouf V Discovery "quiekly and completely stopped) my cough" writes J. R. drretnt. "'Dr. ivi'iffa ' ing food .in Scott's fjiwfiiTun rhtrgss summer blood with winter richness and increases the red corpuscles. Nourishment alone makes Moo not drugs or liquors and the nourish- BIG SALE I m ,t.1HlMW't,"",""",i t,.,Bleydale,''tTek'asV',:oney nTT CmiU$m A gJL the bWr. fertfeWtU mZ alleviates YOUHMrUGGIiTHASrr. It back if not satisfied, but it nearly always helps. Is Still on at L L SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Now is the time to get Bargains r if THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STAN FORD. KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER t 1914. Shoes for Cold Weather Our store is headquarters for all kinds of Shoes, from a soft sole infant's shoe to an 18-i- top Elk Skin. Our stock is now n. YOU'RE BILIOUS AND COSTIVE! CASCARETS FARM AND STOCK NEWS B, Cowan & Dunn, of llustonville, 11 head of shoats at six Sick Headache, Bad Breath, Sour and a half cents a pound. Stomach. Means Liver and Bowels T. W. Gooch, of MeKinney, sold Clogged Clean up Tonight to E. T. Trammel a male hog for 05-pou- nd .j j. .t- - CUSTOM For Infant and Children. Dry feet complete. is the road to Well-villBuy your shoes here and save money and time. No advance in prices. box now. Tongue, Bad Colds, IndiFurred gestion- Sallow Skin aud Miserable Headache come from a torpid liver and clogged bowels, which cause jour stomach to become filled with undigested food, which sours and ferments like garbage in a swill barrel. That's the first step to unGet a 10-ce- nt 10. F. L. Thompson, of the East End, bought 20 shocks of cane from S. N. Gill for 50 cents per shock. B. W. Giveiis, of near Hubble, sold to W. B. Burton, of Lancaster, 12 yeailing mules at .190 a head. T. W. Gooch and V. M. Tanner, The Kind You Have Always Bought ALCOHOL PER CENT. AVegelabkftepOTiionJorAs. sunuaung iiietood e. Robinson's Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank. FOR SALE ."N.-.'ah- of MeKinney, bought of E. T. Trum mell, of Pine Knot, a car load of told misery indigestion, foul gases, mixed cattle. bad breath, yellow skin, mental fears, Tioeoe Colyer. of the Preacher-.-vill- e everything that is horrible and nausection, sold a seating. A Ca -- caret tonight will black horse to "W. B. Burton, of give your constipated bowpls a thor- Lancaster for $125. ough cleansing and straighten you Pruitt Thompson, of Preaehcr.-.-ville-, out by morning. They work while you bought two heifers from W. box from your M. Flannary at $52.50, sleep a and a mare druggi- -t will keep .you feeling good from J. F. Thompson for $100. for month- -. Million.- - of men and Ballard, Thompson & Co.. stock women take a Cascaret now and dealets of the East End, sold 20 then to keep their stomach, liver cattle at Richmond court at from ami bowels regulated, and never five to six cents a pound. know a moment. Don't Mrs. Smith T. Powell of Huston-vill- e, for-re- t the children their little reports to the tl. J. office that need a good, irentle clean-in- g she has a beet that weighs seven 89-- 1 tro. and a quarter pounds. Who can beat six-year-o- ld Bears the Signature 1 RoiTOfesDtgeslkmJaeaf nessandRntCoatainsKiier Opiiim.Mofphine nortfKial. MOT NARCOTIC. MkyeafOUJkOMEaimMM of AW r . ml 10-ce- nt I JkMeSdt- sMbwurf iUi In mY AM mi-era- ble in-sid- es Thompson, of Preachers-vill- e, Bronaugh Farm Withdrawn bought 50 barrels of corn Sale of Farm ttzotuiugh At the sale of Col. II. limine and lot, trontaining three from O. H. Anderson at $2.50 at the Thursday morning at Crab Orchard hi obedience to a judgment of the THE Centaur Compass tlie farm a withdrawn, without a acres, of land, one mile &outh of Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at heap. He sold 100 ban els to P. B. NEW YORK. Thompson at $2.75 delivered. -- ale. J. T. Riahv bounht four tho- i- MeKinney. house ha four rooms; the November term 1014 in the J. IJ. llonaker, a popular fanner gilt- - at oughbrcd Uuioc Jei.-e-y a new barn oOx'JO feet on the Unit of V. A. Coffey's His. vs. V. of the West End. sold to Oreely Lute Id and V. Logan bought a place, and a new storehouse 24x24 A. Coffy's Ilrs. the undersigned 18 head of 1,180-poun- d cattle at ., i..wd wa.s)4. colt f.r A78. A I.u- -e ., sed under the ko f 0 ,.,.;.. Comndsssioner will on JV.V.1, " ...... ..".-- . eight cents a pound and three head pio-e- nt and C(d J. AI. Dunn, of Dan- - j :jih1 Wednesday, November 25, 1914 There :t tine bland for of lighter one at five acid a half villi, acted a.-- auctioneer. Exact Copy of Wrapper. THC CINTAUR COHMNT, NCW YH CITT. corn erib, smokehouse at about 10 A. M. at the mansion cents a pound. They were shipped to 1. a i housi of the late W. A. Coffey, about the Cincinnati market. hen house, good orchard and line Hack! Hack! Hack! of u mile from Mc T. "W. Gooch, of MeKinney. bought With raw tickling throat, tight well of water on the premises. Will al-- o sell a house .f three Kinney, offer for bale at public out-- of J. A. Blnin, of llustonville, one -. von need Foley's bust, soro lumrto the highest and best bidder 'mile colt for $50, one from Robt. lloiiev and Tar Compound, and'rooins. and lot of three acres with garden and outbuildings, a mile the real estate of which he died Moore, of South Fork- - for $45, three quickly. The first loe heip- - it "" srivci. as follows: Poes-io- n MeKinney. from Sain Helm, of Peyton's Well, leaves a -- oothim;. healing coating llom wwCh The home place will be first for $145 and one of Henry G. I'lCAUAhlt. Uciun a- - it glides down " vour throat, von 83-- tf in three parcels and then as a Riffe, of MeKinney for$50. feel belter at once. Even' User is a n cv. ivv. whole and that bid accepted which friend. For sale by all drugirists Any roof that will last 27 years and is still in good condition Cash for Accounts and Notes realizes the greater sum. Ernest Pepples Gets Good Job is well worth looking into. Fourteen acre, of the home tract That's the record behind PUBLIC SALE Account, and Notes collected and Ernest Pepples, son of Mr. and separated from the main body of Mrs. John C Pepples, left this Claims of all kinds looked after anyHaving moved to Junction City, the farm by the turnpike and ad- week; where in the United States. Absolutely tor ureenriale, Avliere lie lias- a 1 will on joining the lands jf J. L. Heck and nice position in n charges unless collection is made. the School of ReNovember 18, 1914 "Walter Jones will be offered first, Our sstem gets the money. A trial formed. at my late farm, ; will convince vou. Bank references. then the Huston tract of 40 acres ai ten o'clock adjoining the lauds of I). A. Baugh, four mile- - from Stanford, on the Write today There are thousands of houses all over the country, many of Two Younu Ladies Entertain Soiner-- et pike, to the highest bid- May's Collection Agency, Somerset, Kc then the balance of the home place. them in this state, from the owners of which thi3 statement Beazlcy and Misses Josephine can be verified. The home place will then be offered der, "500 barrels of corn in shock; Katherine Harris entertained a few as a whole. A tract of 57 acres of oue acie of cane; one pair of horse For Sale by 4 iiiiilov knob land, adjoining land of Ora of their friends on Hallowen'en. The imn Jnivntr r.riU'c VJI! Il ' Catarrh Cannot Be Cured guests arrived early and most ot WILL STONE, STANFORD, KEN JWii soon; one Jersey steer; 15 op 5?te .TSSS Gooch and the laud of F. M. Ware, h them were masked which made it George Moote and Charley Peck, will n 20 shoats; two more interesting in guessing who L Ulu-lutornaUy, and acts directly upoa then be offered as a whole and by the one UUggy; one set Ot buggy Care A GUARANTEED the others were. Their home was Hie uuiuu aim lauvuus suruct'S. iiail latarra the boundary. harne.-- and some other harne-- s; euro is not .t qiuck medicine. It was Think of it.Mr.Parmer.here's a remedy for bog cholera Ci decorated artistically with pumpb one of the best physicians In this All of said land is in Lincoln that is sold under a "Legal Guarantee Bond." How corn planter, new; one cutting har- country for rears and U a rcirular orpscrlntinn I1U1 can yoa afford to take chances against noer cholera flAlWja? row; two turning plows: cultivator; It Is comiio-O- 'l of the best tonics known, com- county, Kentucky and the home kin lanterns, com stalks and figyou can get this remedy on such terms? when VuVraru bined with thd bwt blood purlners. acting ures of witches. An old witch hidden Bourbon Hofl Chofora Romwly mowing machine and other impleon the mucoius surf:ice3. The perfect place is bounded on the north by the mimhhmhbj Is the only remedy ever put wp that is guaranteed to cure and prsvect or tl two ingredients is land of M. P. Hamilton and John beneath some fodder delighted the ments. Will sell some house- crubiJtinu woiulrrful results in caringwhat such hoe cholera. It does the work better than any other known remedy. IJ catarrh. guests with her predictions for their Send for testimonials, fnv. Jt did not, it would not be so!d on such a stron? sraaraatee. At All j L. Beck, on the cast by the land of hold good and blacksmith shop. ! Drutftflsts. Write for fra booklet tellini? how to save your hoz-si r. J. CHENEY & CO.. Prop3., Toledo, O. future. Deliirhtfttl refreshments POUKBON REMEDY COMPANY. Lexington. Ky. J. L. Beck and It. H. Cooper; on the ADOLPH BCDNER, Junction City Sold by Druggists, price 75c. 89-- 3 Take Hall's Family Puis for coastlpatioa. south by the land of D. A. Baugh were served after which the guests T. D. EnfrLsli, Auctioneer. and Walter Jones and on the west departed feelimr that they had been by the land of S. M. Owens and F. well entertained. M. Ware and coutaining about 2'Sii OF HEALTHY IMPORTANCE to sell the rao'I remarkable bargainjin trie magazine acres. world this year. There is a fout-roo- in dwelling and KIDNEYS Regular Price) BOTH barn on the Huston tract and a two. story frame houe of seven rooms, Stanford Readers Should Learn to EVERYBODY'S $1.50 Have just unloaded a car of GENUINE Keep the Kidneys Weil two barns' two poultry houses, cisDELINEATOR $1.501 tern ami other outbuildings on home KANAWHA salt. This is the kind you want big work to The kidneys hae place. 1 I0 to salt your meat with. pK!Sos Total $ 3.00 TJie sale will be oji a credit of do. All the blouil ".a i hi hmly Is A monthly salaiy and a liberal commission on Our first car of the new crop cotton seed &ix to twehe months in equal in- coursing through the kidneys coneach order. Salaries run up to $250.00 per month, stantly to be freed of poisontiOs vestments. The purchasers will be meal has arrived. depending on the number of orders. This work can required to give bonds for .purchase matter, it is a hcay enough fJisk be done in jour spare time, and need not conflict We have a car of washed screened sand for with your present duties. No investment or previprice with good security, payable to when the kidneys ate well, but a cold ous experience necessary. We furnish full equipthoughtless cement work, and the cement to go with it. Commissioner, bearing six per cent chill, fever or some ment free. tnteiost from date of sale, having positre is likely to irritate, inflame Write for partiulacs to the force and effect of judgment and congest the kidueys and intei" rupt the purifying work. and secured bv lien on land. The Ridgeway Company, Then the aching frequently beE. D. PENNINGTON, M.C. L. C. C. Spring & Macdougal Sts., New York gins and is often accompanied )n Sale of Personality At the same time and place of land some irregularity of the urine too STANFORD, KENTUCKY I rs frequent passages, sediment or re sale, namely, at my residence of a mile from .MeKinney, I tention. Thosuuuds testify to the wonderful merit of Doan s Kidney will on Pills, a remedy for the kidney Wednesday, November 25. 1914 I sell to the highest bidder the follow, only, that has been used in kidney THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK ing described personal property: troubles 50 years. You will make no STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 15 good yearling steers- - two good mistake in following this Stanford cows, two yearling heifers, one aged citizen's advice. and its predecessors is the oldest bank in Lincoln "I Mas troubled some time ago by sorrel mare in foal to jack, one county, has been in business for an acute attaeu or Kiuney compiaim.-- , woik mare, one work horse, one pair of three-ye- save W. H. Mershoti, of Lancaster Fifty-S- ix 'My back ached old horse mules' 00 head of nice, pike, Stanford. oiing ewes and two bucks, five nice constantly and I had pains through It is a member of the Federal Reserve Bank, and meat hogs, 35 good shouts four ex- my loins. I felt languid and tired protected by that powerful RESERVE SYSTEM. tra good registered Dttroe sows, one easily. I took a box of Doan's KidDttroc boar, a lot of Barred Rock ney Pills and they fixed hie up aP All money deposited with it is securely safeKy. chickens. 12 acres of corn in the rinht, the second box practically guarded and protected. iield, a lot of jrood timothy and sil" curing me.' Price 50c. at all dealers .DoiVt falfa hay, 100 bales of straw, abuot MAKE THIS BANK YOUR BANK simply ask for a kidney remedy get 200 shocks of fodder, one Walter A. Kidney rills the same Wood binder in first class condition, Uoan's CONDENSED REPORT TO COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY OF one champion mower two haj rakes, Mr. Mershon had Fostei-Milbu- ni 89-- 1 one Superior wheat drill with fertiliz- Co., Prop., Buffalo, N. Y. C. er attachment, two turning plows, i Stanford, Ky., at Close of Bus'ness. Oct. 31, 1914. TO THE PUBLIC in disc harrow, one er I represent the largest and best a grass seeder, one cultivator, one $355,722.52 Loans Capital Stock... .$100,000.00 clothing house in this couplanter, one double A harrow, ntryEd V. Price & Co., Chicago, 111., U. S. and Lin- Surplus and e two 'wagons, one busgy, My experience in measuring and di coin County Drafts. 106,439.62 DANVILLE, KY. one Frazier cart, one set of buggy recting the making of your clothes, 1 131,600.00 Bonds ..' .gives me the advantage over one whofilFFlCB NEXT LOGAN'S 1TA1L 100,000.00 harness, two sets of wagon harness, Banking House 10',176.26 eolation ts not a practical tailor. Depdsits and many other things too numerous give me your order 1 will promise, will 174,834.27 Federal Reserve you TREES and a square deal. You will 'get the worth !o mention: Bills Payable-- .. .65,000.00 2;017.50 Bank Stock ,1 your money, either in the cheaper , Fruit and shade trees, bhrubs. of' kitchen furniture. Cash and Bank TERMS LiberaVand'wffl be made grades or the higher priced. My fall Grape Vines, Rhubarb, Asparagus, UNDERTAKER AND EHMLMEI 46,757.61 Balances known on diy of sale. Sale begins and winter line of samples aTe now thing for Orchard, Lawn and' Gar$546,273.89 $546,273.89 It?. NmmPImmX your inspection. Call and den. No agents. Free catalogs. H. Off let Pit ready promptly at 10 - A. M. W. H. SHANKS, Present. RUPLEY F. HiHsMMytr & Sins, Lfxtafttft, MRS. ELIZA A. COFFEY. , let me show you. H. C. W. M. BRIGHT, Cashier. tTHIFMM. KOmCKY. KMtKky. The Practical TaMtr. T. Ml Dunn, Auct. Commissioner's Sale it? Pruitt tinn . Sour StoMch.IHarrteea .... WonasonvQlsimsjeKn nesaaralLossOFSlEEP. AnerfectBantfv forCBMlW Use For Over Thirty Years ,,) ui-kli- "" rel bu-inr- &. CUSTOM 00-bar- three-quarte- rs 1 vr po&-seb- ed of-ier- ed -- rliTtlal - -ell .' I ! two-hor- se ffit u dbSftteK & g d Uily CURE " ao .s 5 . Mil! . Salt- - Cotton Seed Meal flJO and V Women .. Wantid PHONE 11 J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. three-quarte- J Coats 12-3ear-- ! Ladies', Misses' and Children's Newest Models eight-year-o- ld ar Years j W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Lincoln County National Bank resources liabilities Dr.lkntyLfoey J. M'Oary one-four- th made-to-ord- a Veterinary Surgeon two-hors- It-yo- Also-'househo- ld