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Established IMO 55th Year Ne. 90. The Interior JOU&NL Stanford, Lincoln County. Kentucky Tuetfay, November JO, 9I4. UNCLE SAM TAKES A JIAND FOWLE DIDNT SIGN NOTE OVERCOAT CUT TO SHREDS m This Paftr Stefa Wfcw Yt Tim w Watch tht Date Ob Lake! sal Tar SatacriatiMi Fraaafttv. Tuesdays and Fridays g CATTLE SHIPMENTS TO OTHER STATES STOPPED Said Jury r Kentucky Quarantined Against On Account of Foot and Mouth One oi' the most peculiar and bafDisease Amonf Stock. fling cases ever heard ui tue JLiu-cocircuit court was tncu Satur- All cattle or stock shipments out i uay and Jtlouuay Oelore a jury of Lincoln county to points out of which broght in a verdict i'or the deibe state were stopped at midnight fendant. It was the case of the d Mate Bank o: rust Company 31ondaj Kentucky having- been .N. V. Fowle, and was on a against on account of a tew against note ior 472 winch it was ailegeu cases of the mouth and i'oot dis- he had given . is. Dcnham, and ease being discovered at Shepherds-vill- e. wliieh Denhaui assigned to the bank. near Louisville. Large ship-.n- ts When the note was put" among the haxe been made out oi' Liucolu court records Fowle denied that he witiiiH the nast lew dav mostlv to had signed the note for $475 pay- thw Cincinnati market in anticipa" j ablli ? Uenuaai, ""-- . the note in fioa of such action. So i'ar no eases question was uaieu ivxo, a year of the disease have been discovered later, Fowle testified that the note he gave was written in his gwn in this section. handwriting, vhcreas Dcnhnni statCourier-JournTuesday The lnorniugjdiad tlie following regarding ed that he filled out the note and Fowle merely signed his name. the quarantine on Kentucky: The case was very bitterly fought, Clo.-ir-ig of the Bourbon StockAttorney J. N. S.runders representyards to all shipments except those i'or immediate local slaughter, begin- ing the bank, and Attorneys Robert ning last night, sind an order i'or Harding, of Danville, and J. S. complete suspension of the yards at Owsley, of this city, representing midnight tonight were developments Fowle. The whole question hinged the question of whether in the situation relative to the hoof upon Fowle had signed the nate or not. and mouth disease epidemic among livestock following the discovery by Handwriting experts were intro. yesterday of duced, some of whom s:d the sin-Federal inspector lure on the note resembled very thice ca-- es of the disease at closely Fovvle's admitted signature and the hurried recall of C ommi-sionof Agriculture XcW-itu- m oji checks, while others said there was quite a ditTeience. Tlie jury last night from Cincimiati. was out about twenty minutes beAnother development was the quarantining of Bullitt county by fore returninir a verdict for Fowle. Commissioner Newman, who, acting Distinguished Legal Lights as chairman of the Kentucky Live(Juite an array of distinguished stock Sanitary Board, also forbade the movement of livestock through legal talent was seen in the Lincoln any public market in the State until encuit court the latter part of lasr week and first of this when the further noti.-According to Commissioner New- Jiolausou iiioiu'.incu case came upon man, after midnight the Bourbon before Judge Hardin for argument. Stockyard will be closed for all This is the case in which the heirs indefinitely. piujio-e- s This an- of the late J. B. liobinson are seeknouncement vvms- in.,(ie by him al'tci ing to obtain from the Mutual Lite lie had been notified by Dr. S. T. Insurance Company of New York a Boyd, in charge of the local of lice portion of the profits of the com-pan- j' under the terms of an old tf the United States Bureau of Agri-u- il Industry, that the cattle found policy xybieh Mr. Robinson took out to he infected in ShrpherdsviUe had in the early days of life insurance. i traced through the Bourhoni The company is represented by WilYards from Chicago. Commissioner liam Marshall Bullitt, of Louisville, Newman while in Cincinnati yester- who was the recent Republican canday, met with Federal officers and didate for the short term senator" decided to bar from the State late ship against Senator Camden, Judge shipments of racing horses belong- Louis L. Walker, of Lancaster, and ing to Kentucky owners and new Judge Alex Humphrey, of Louis-.vill- e iu - Trial of a Very Puzzling Case. After Long imar-antiue- al Shep-herdsvil- le ei: e - -- 'm-ci- ". Bond announced Dr. -i- -' - 1'- - JJ3Ciai-.Stf5-- r- that the Fed ",..4- - JhgI?oJiinsnuHe,irfA5e,, Frankiort. Judge Hardin night. heard rep- era I bureau would begin at one t' i of all livestock handled 'hrougls the Bourbon yards for Kentucky noint since the disease appeared in Chicago, and that it w.-ilikelv thni a large wi'ber of g resented by Judge E. C. O'Rcar, of uxgnments upon the submission of the case late .Monday afternoon and Monday decided a" long legal battle - additions1 T)"M-ir- ! 1 ins:."cfrs V"w. jl ire-"- nj would Whichever way this case is in the be higher courts is a certainty. -- i' Thrij 'ii';'d "f !", t- ,r- i - - shij)i)ienls from Cliicairo, which at ten. o'clock after a lengthy illhad been made to Kentucky points ness of cancer of the stomach. The since the outbre.-t- appeared in THi-o- i. deceased was a good Christian Tie added that ho and the xvomau and will be greatlv missed four inspector- - at present working Ijv tnose xvlnx knew her. J? or a Avirh him have stnk suspected of number of years Mr. and Mrs. Sutk Good Woman Dies in West End. Mrs. J. T. Sutton died at her home at Hiistonville Sunday night th. t;ease, under - of ton had charge of the toll gate out vari-.upart- -' of the State. TTe ci on Hiistonville pike, near Stanford, thi5morning of and made many friends, who xvill notification the inclusion of Kentucky in the list regret very much to learn of her quarantine. death. Besides her husband she of States under leaves two sons, Mack Sutton, of WALTER CARSON TO BE FREED the West, and Coleman Sutton, of New Castle, Ind., xvho was at her Governor Commutes Lincoln County bedside when the end came. The Boy's Life Sentence. remains xvere interred in the Hiistonville cemeterv this aftennon at News wa received from Frank-io- it 2:30. early this week that Gov. lias commuted the life "Dock" Holland Coming Back. -- eiitence of Walter Car" Capt. K. E. Holland, known among soii. oi Hiistonville. to from two to his friends as ,Dock,' will shortly 21 years, which will entitle him to parole at the net meeting of the arrive from his home in Pilot Mounbecome, the iscl meeting f the Prison Commis- tain, North Carolina, to i'uetioneer at the Danville Tobacco sion. This will be good news to the ''Dock' is the man ho- -t of friend- - of this young man, Warehouse. vho kvas. tiied and convicted in xith tin siren x'oioe. He has been Casey county for shooting to death with the Danville house every year man named Cochran several years since it was established except last aro. Carson - a son of Mr. and year, lie is one of the greatest toMr- -. W. 1 'arson and lived in bacco auctioneers in "the entire a country. Danville Advocate. Stanford for sex era 1 years young man. Horse Scares at Big Auto Truck Petitions for pardon or commuMrs. Dax-iKnoeptle and Miss tation xvere signed by thousands of the best citiens of this, Boyle, Artie Wilsou, xest of Milledgeille, Casey and other counties and the were badly shaken up and frightengovernor's action xvill he generally ed when a horse I hey were driving became friiiht.ned at the Cumbercommended. land Grocery Company's large auto NEAL'S CREEK. truck on a bridge on the Knob Lick " Mr. Jenc Hutchinson is on the pike last week. The animal backed and reared, breaking both shafts, sick list this week. and doing considerable other damMrs. Jean Deatheridge is able to age and scared the two ladies albe out again. Mr. W. II. Daugherty and daugh- most to death. ter. Miss Myrtle were in Stanford Honor Roll of Anderson School Friday. Louis Jufer. 'Ervvin Kidd, Peyton A jood ninny folks in this part Denny, "Walter Jufer. Christien Urare making molasses. Mr. Elbert Terry is crippled for a ban Freddie Green. Josephine Schaf-fe- r, George Breiuish. Bessie Green, few days by getting liis foot cut Fmmn Jufer. John Sabel. Anna while chopping "wood. Miss Cletter Kirk as down to see Seitz and Bosa M.mtag. Miss Oca Farmer. Important Wallace Brackett, George Farmer. Carl Hunu and Herbert Be" Bear in mind that Chamberlain's den were out to see Ed and Dink Talbets not only mox'e the bowels but Fanner Sunday. improve the appetite and strengten Mrs. George Mnndy xTas out to the digestion.-Fo- r sale bv nil dealers. see her brother, J. J. Belden. Mist, Catherine Belden was- out to SILVER. MEDAL , CONTET-- At see Misses Oca and Chloe Farmer. the Hu'stonville opera-hou- se Friday, Sundav. November 13, at 7:30. sm-teilanc- e ex-pe- - Mc-f'lc- ay i- d - SCENES IN EUROPE weeping in their distress, hax-inlost ASKS AN ENDORSEMENT all their earthly possessions, and; xvith the future offering no hope. Stanley Stephenson Thrown Out cf Deputy Collector Saufley fifes Jurfe C. A. Hardin Announces as By Lincoln Former Witnessed Bootlegfers. v Many families have suffered from Buggy By Runaway Horse a Candidate Fer Re'Election. Young Man Who Tells of Them. the atrocities of the German sol- Uncle Sam has taken in diers, revolting cruelties to women Stanley Sotphenson, the well opposition to local bootleggers. Koscoe Cullip, son of Plate Cul-li- p, and children having been comg, Judge Charles A. IJardm. of known farmer and democratic com. Deputy Revenue Collectorf RoxTan a prominent farmer of the mitted. who was elected to preL Saufley late last xveek sxvoe out a southern section of Lincoln county, mitteemaa in No. 2. Hustonx'ille The country is small, and tlie side in the loth circuit court diswas badly shaken up and had warrant against Patty Adjms, a has just returned from Europe, sounds of war can be heard day and who had eonfessedto sell- where he had some exciting ex- night. The cannonading at Liege trict in 1911, to till uut the unexan overcoat almost torn to shreds negress, ing two white boys, and Me xvas pired term of the late Judge M. U. in the war zone in 13el-giby a barb xvire fence, when a- horse taken to Federal court at Bjckinond periences Cullip has been xvorkiug coidd he heard and felt all over the Sauiley, announces today as a canMi. little kingdom., he xvas driving home from Sunday and held under $200 bonder trial. near Fisher, Illinois, and he gave subject to the The distress of the Americans didate for school Sunday morning, scared at Will Adams, the colored liji'ryman, the News of that city an interesting marooned in Belgium xvas almost as democratic primary in August, 1U1G. an auto and ran away. With Mr. went on her bond. Mr. Sauliey says story of his experiences. The News as keen as that of the Belgians. The In making his announcement. Jnue Stephenson at the 'time xvas little that he intends to do everyhing in said: keen as that of the Belgians. They Uardiu issued t!ic following card: his power as an officer in TJncle Roscoe Cullip, a young man who scecmed to be between two alterna- To Christophiuc Zimmerman, who was Sam's service to the oters of. the Thirteenth Jubreak up'Vbootleg-gin- g used to work on the Sizer farm, tives of death by starvation or at also thrown out and her mouth baddicial District in Lincoln county and-fli- at this west of town was in Fisher Sunday the hands of tlie marauding Ger1 hereby announce my candidacy ly . cut by the jagged xvire. Mrs. is only the first of seera eases and related some of his exciting ex- mans and many gave up in despair for the Democratic nomination lor Stephenson had gotten out of the which have come to his attention. periences while recently in Bel- and broke down and wept xvith the Police Judge Davison gave Jeff gium. Mr. Cullip the Circuit Judgeship in the Thirbuggy but a i.v mintes before to get has just returned natives of the benighted laud in teenth Bryant a local negro, a .behvy fine Judicial District, composed with some friends. The from the war zone and suffered pri- their desolation. into an auto for selling xvhisky to Joe Mosely, a vations and of the counties of Boyle, Garni rd, fears that he would not Mr. Cullip says that the ontlook in horse soon began to kick and plunge white man. Mosely was ,flrrested undergo again for any considera- England indicated that the terrible Lincoln and Mercer, at the primary and Mr. Stephenson was hurled out Monday and confessed Tuesday to be held in August, 11J15. Ue now is employed by D. K. conditions he saw in Belgium xvould morning that he bought fife booze tion. It xvijl be remembered that I was and across a barb wire fence, and from Bryant. Judge Davjon gave Roth, a horse breeder and importer spread all over Europe. The Knslish elected to fill the vacancy in that two little Zimmerman iriris he had at Gibson. The story told by Mr. lorn:-- ! position caused bv the death of the picked up to take on their way home the negro 100 days in fcti&iit hard Cullip xvas about the same as xvas are preparing for a bitter and continued war. Business is pmeti - i jfou. M. C. Saufley and at the expi- labor xvhieh xvill keep him 4"tfe until from Sunday school were both badly j and pnntea in, the Gibson City Courier ltaiv siispenoMi. vtn tin. nanus ue - 'potion oi my term will have served shaken up and one badly eul about after the Christmas IioIi(ln3 last week, xvhieh we reprint below :; ing ,.loS(.(, The business of import- - i ' .i.v ,.: i then some. iiuher face. uismui for four vears iv.n. 'j "Mr. Cnllip, in company with ing horses Iron; Em ope is at an end out prex'ious experience in this reAlois Van N'ievwenhuyse, a Belgian for years to come. When the war sponsible otfiee when I cnteicd upn who came oxer a year or so ai:o is over France and Belgium will be its duties 1 have applied myselt inDEMOCRATS APPRECIATE WORK with Mr. Roth, left Gibson July 4 practically depleted of horses and of dustriously to the single purpose ot to buy horses for Mr. Roth. They the few that xxill be left none will be luliilling it- - unctions airly and and landed at OF CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN RHEA -had a safe vovage For two weeks allowed to leave the country. The lighteou-I- y to all tho-- e whose interVntvvero Julv . business of breeding hor-- ein est I have been culled upon t adi tSoy traveled over Belgium, con- America will haxv to be carried on i a- - the citizenship of judge, .is tracting for horses, the Belgian act- vutlioiit any assistuncc from Amei- -i the I have endeavored to ing as interpreter. Mr. Cuilip is a en. bo kind and eonvteoiis to attorneys Kentuekian. and understands none and litigants during my incumof the languages spoken in FOX FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE bency, ami if have tailed at all in They were getting along tl'is resoeet it ha- - been due to thu nicely xvith their business in" that Prominent Danville Attorney An- frailty of nature rather thau to in- peaceful rural country, xvith no i teution. nounces His Candidacy worry ahout the rumors of war, and It has been the unbroken when hostilities were declared and Hon. Chailcs C. Fox, one of ihc in this district, if, in the judgment of the Germans proceeded to invade the x'oters. a public servant has Belgium they xvere caught entirely most prominent attornevs at ie l)t.en taiiiitiii ami etlieicnt. to srive ... .. unprepared. The Belgian xvas im- Uaiivnle bar and iov ears Master , the endorsement oi a . mediately drafted into the Belgian Lommissioner in bjv'c couatv under . in the tour years which i have army, and Mr. Cullip was left lhi . late Judue M. C. btii:;Iey. and -, . nave never been absent , , t. . ervel stranded in a strange country, with- wnn .many inenus am; .ii:is;ueu :a , Irom vim v ft a single term ot mv court?, . , MwaSEm. j " out know ledge" of the language and Lincoln, has aunonucec. u- - a sii'i'j, i and 1 have m?patchcd the business . . unable to cash hi- - dratts and get units ior . the democrat:!' nomination ot . .. the courts as rapidly as . ,. ,. ,. T any money. i. . ,. .1 iuj cuumi juuye tit ims uisLli'--l. . .. j re For oxer three xveeks Mr. Cullip The Bauville Advocate, one of Mr.'I ,', of jtttornev- - a nd .. card to the rights t. uudervvent experiences such as fall ' Cherts. . to the lot of few Americans. As imr to say ot.,'. candidacy: his wr As (. oiniiionwvaltii s Attorney for . soon as fighting in Belgium com"1 Llsewhere 111 the Dailv Advocate c'Ktit years previous to rav eleva menced all usincss stopped and it will be tound the ollicial announce- - i r the bench I was present at was difficult to buy any necessities ment of lion. C. C. l'ox as a candi- - i lio't l ,, in the prosecution and to travel for airy distance. Mr. date for the democraicnomu,atioa,nr f.r indictment, whether for Cullip had no passport and his ef- lor Circuit Judge oJ this, the Thir- - feOBy or a .demeanor. Xb one forts were directed towards reaelr Icenth Judicial district, composed ot . an trnthPnv , , ... Ar;.,, ui.ih. .Ampriean minister, in order 'Boyle. Garrard., Lincoln .and, Mtcc- -. least-degr- ee of ..negligence, in. the to secure thepapers that xvould per- lne primary xvill take piaee next prosecution of my xvork. How well mit him to leave the country. With August. Mr. Fox is eminently fitted I have discharged my duties in thy great difficulty he got to Antwerp, by long experience to fill the posi- two offices, and whether 1 have but found that the American min- tion with credit to himself and his measured n; to your expectations ister was at Osteud. He was re- constituents. He has been practic- and requirement?. I leave to your peatedly taken for a spy by both ing at the Danville bar since 1873 unbiased judgment. T am willing t the Belgians and Germans and was and is popular with the people stand by my record and to b? several times arrested and searched. among whom he has spent bis life. judged by it. The friend of Mr. Cox contend Ke had. made friends xvith certain Thanking yon most cordially for Belgians while buying horses; these that it is Boyle county s time to your support in the past, and askfriends on several occasions saved hold the honor. This county Las not ing the high of your his life by hiding him when the mi- furnished a circuit judge for the disand endorsement by a relitary authorities xvere looking for trict for forty years when Judue F. election, I beg to s:,y that, no matter T. Fox, father of the present candi- ! him. whether your response be that of On one occasion he xvas hidden i date, retired from the bench after approx-a- l or disapproval. I shall i'or two hours by the conductor of most distinguished service. still deem myself under lasting obliThe late Judse M. C. Saufley, of gations a train until it time for the of gratitude to von. to leave and thus evaded ar- Lincoln county, held the office for train CHAS. A. HA If DIN'. rest. The Germans occupied all the two terms since that time: Judge towns that he coidd reach, and their Owsley, of Garrard, held the office BUCK CREEK treatment oC the people xvas so cruel two terms, and Judge Bell and Judut The tussle is over and school has and inhuman that his life was con- Hardin, of Harrodsburir. have held S. HON. We have a uevv district, a begun. place two terms and the concensus stantly in danger. new house, a new trustee, a new deu-oera- ts splen- Democratic speakers urging upon the In the placing of credit for the He received no mail xvhile in Bel- of opinion a mom; Boyle county did Democratic victory in Kentucky people the necessity for going to the gium and the letters that he xxrote is that, it is now due this teacher, a new stow, new seats :uid polls and voting to uphold President almost a new set of pupils aad on Tuesday, the major portion is behad to be left unsealed for the in- county. ing handed to Thomas S. Rhea, of Lo- Wilson and his peace policies for the spection of the censors. No newsMr. Fox xxill make an active can- everything seems most promising for a successful school. We wi. h to gan county, State Treasurer who led American people. The one feature of Chairman Rhea's papers xvere printed in Belgium aft- vass of the district and has been to name it Buck Creek School. the fight for Beckham and Camden as campaign which particularly stands out er the war broke out and he was assured of warm support .in all the Mr. it. 1. Muncic has mostly finrr Chairman of the Democratic State in the political battle just won was in entirely ignorant of xvhat was hap lyWUlllll,. ished soxving a large crop of rye. Campaign Committee. It was an old his handling of the political situation pening outside of Belgium. 1000 cattle on! Williams victory, probably the in the city of Louisville and the Fifth and M. F. Eubanks There were about time Democratic Mr. Cullip finally xvas able to greatest in Kentucky in thirty years, Congressional near- have completed their wheat sowing. Confronted the market here court day and district. the majority going above anything when he undertook to make the party reach Osteud, and through the aid ly Mr. M. F. Eubanks is hoging down sold. Beeves xvent given the party in that long time, and campaign with the fact that the head of a Belgian fiieud, convinced the from $2-- i to .ftfa a head, and there a beautiful piece of buck wheat. Mr. Rhea was the recipient of hun- of the ticket had lost Louisville in American minister that he xvas an Roe Thompson and Granvillu Mule colts Avas a strong demand. dreds of telegrams complimenting him the primary last August, and coming American and entitled to a passport, buyers Jones have very prosperous chances sold rather loxv. Sex-eron his leadership and campaign man- out of that city in the election of which he received. Then he bor,for xvheat. agement for the party. Tuesday with over twelve thousand rowed money from a fellow Allien were on hand looking for them. It is conceded that the overwhelm- majority for that nominee, Democratic can to pax his across the HON. CHARLES C. FO X. OF DANVIllL. ing result xvas largely due to organi- hats are off to their chairman. FurEnglish Channel and on August 4 people aroused ther, he had to deal with the fact that zation, in getting the sailed from Osteud to Folkstoue, and to the polls to vote. Chairman Louisville had had the habit years past of only weakly sup- England. At London he xvjis enabled Rhea has long been known down in the Third Congressional district as porting Democratic candidates and to cash his drafts and get nioney " -- . a campaigner, but this xvas his first very often giving a majority against for his steamship ticket across the experience covering so much terri- them at the polls. Out of all of this Atlantic, and on Ayigust 2(5 he sailed j. ". ..1 ay- tory. He brought the methods of he brought a result that far sur- on the American liner, Xevv York. '' , v which made him so suc- passed the expectations of those who Ife .was compelled to take steerage, cessful in county and district politics were associated with him in the fight, ivhic'u cost as much as a cabin, but into the state fight. He devoted the largest Democratic majority the WIS". , r- vv. every energy to the work, selecting Fifth district has given in over a quar- he was glad to get home in any way J VvT vSS possible. About 1200 Americans 1m his own campaign committee and all ter of a century. . if ww--t , .. srai S8P&' -- . .i- i of his assistants and personally diThe same clever methods that xvere on the steamer, some paying fess S?i-t. SriRV ZX5T1 iTJii I . ". ? SC Jf" recting every move that xvas made. brought this about in Louisville exorbitant prices but no one obv? Not content with running one special served as well in pretty nearly every jected. All were so glad to get 3'i?J:-- i . i. t -. ?tK57fex.4f 't?'Sa!SSSr'i r train through Kentucky bearing a section of the state in the election axx.iy from the scene of war that national character, Mr. Bryan, as the of Tuesday. Every Congressional dis- the overcrowding, the poor food ami fdkris ill1 star speaker, he conducted another on trict xvorked harmoniously with the the darkening of the boat at night Ad'M-tta more extensive scale, which carried State Chairman, and in every one of only Kentuckiaus as speakers and them the vote was nearly such as it were wiGllingiy put up xvith. The put up xvith. The This proved more suc- would have been, with local races on were campaigners. Mr. Cullip arrived at Gibson Sept. 4, cessful than the first and did much to in the counties. .. v arouse the voters to the necessity tor j. .. That the victory just achieved having been gone just two months. turning out on the day of election. paves the way for Democratic success Mr. Cullip says that words cannot County and precinct campaign com- in the State election of next year is portray the sufferings and hardmittees xvere everyxvhere named early the opinion of the party leaders and ships that the Belgian people are in the contest, and were kept in every one conversant with political sustouch xvith the State organization and affairs in Kentucky. It demonstrates, undergoing. Business has been pended and farm xvork has been its speakers' bureau to the end that they say, that the party is harmonious stopped. The country is being desoevery section of Kentucky had its and united. lated by the Germans, who are seizStop coughing! you rack the ing the crops and food supplies of Regulate the bowels when, they lungs and ' worry the body. BAL all kinds, as well as all horses and fail to move properly. HERBINE is LARD'S . HOREHOUND SYRUP vehicles. The people are actually an admirable bowel regulator. It checks irritations, heals the lungs suffering for food and shelter, many helps ,the liver and stomach and re- and restores comfortable bieathiusr.i of their houses having been destroy stores a fine feelintr of strength and Price 25c. fiOc and $1.00 per bottle.' cd s:id there dt.es not seem to be a buoyancy. Price 50c. Sold by Suug- - Sold by Shugars' Drugstore, Stan- - s sgV bright spat in the gloom faint - Hi -o country. Every-K- y. ars" Drug store, Stanford. & Lyne ford, & Lyne Bros., . Crab Orchard, , er4: can be seen men and women , . Bros.. "Crab Orchard, TERRIBLE Aft-Loc- al a-lia- nd Ilar-rodsbur- pre-cinc- m. - - 'J I 1 f- 1-4- !l ili-tri- ct. Bel-giu- m. 1 ! I cii-to- m '"' .4fetfalHBfcrVffiSK&iB liBOMiilHiiilllB 1 ,.,,',, po-Mh- le. -- -- 1 1 1 1 11 1 S J i- I ..,;., -- prix-ileg- e ap-prox- -al xx-a- s THOMAS RHEA f al 1 pa-sa- ye for-sever- - V rX ST -. .Jm -- fYs rf.- - Tt. &m0i UiKH UMiiK'iJH " liuk-MiB- ui mmmUM smk. m , li ;r?v?.i .SiTfL 1 . -- ;sl- uV V THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCY. TUESDAY, NOVEMIER 10. I9H. MT. M0RIAH 1 Condensed Report to Comptroller Made Oct.31, 1914 Capital The people of Mt. Moriah and have, certainly been enjoying a 'Gospel Feast" for ten days n& Rev. vi-ein- ty Surplus and Undivided Profits $50,000.00 $29,534.00 First National Bank Stanford, Kentucky Capital RESOURCES Loans, Stocks and Bonds....$197,488.98 LIABILITIES $ 50,000.00 3,020.11 Overdrafts 50,000.00 United States Bonds 9,448.10 Real Estate 28,493.44 DuetromBanks Cash and due from U. S. Treasury 15,908.08 $304,358.71 Total Surplus Earned Undivided Profits Circulation 28,000.00 1,533:95 49,600.00 135,224-76 , Deposits BUls Payable 40,000.00 $304,358.71 Total We solicit your Bank Account J. S. HOCKER, President, S. T. HARRIS, Vice Pres., Walker has proclaimed to them the gospel in all of its purity. Rev. Walker is an earnest minister and lie was greeted with a large congregation, 'hut the climax came Sun" ' day night when the church was tax- -' ed to its utmost capacity said to be the largest crowd ever at Alt.' JVIoridh. There were 73 additions toi the church. Thirty-si- x were buqtizedl in Green river Sunday while ' bap- -' tism will be administered to the remaining candidates next Sunday alternuon at 3 o'clock. Aunt Elza Baugh left last week for Lancaster for a visit to her daughter, Airs. Lark Vanhook. Airs. Sallie Dishon of King's Mountain, ha.s been visiting- relatives here and attending the meeting at this place. Alls, Hurmi.n Hatiield has been on th(j sick list. Air. W. L. Scott of Cincinnati, and Aliss Nannnie Scott of Lowell, havi been visiting Airs. Cap War-mot- h. D. JVl - UNDERWEAR It J Wi ml w These short sleeves and knee lengths must give way to warmer garments. UNION 9U1TS they are becoming NBOSillgf more popular each season but you must be careful to get a fit When you say l'vdgW UNION SUITS that means MUNSINGS. Munsing in union suits stands where vBSBkiHiSBl Stetson does iu hats they fit you, they are comfortable no cutting in the jM ; a crotch, no binding over chest. Sizes up to 50, prices You can't put it oft much longer. X .ggflgC "" SB lKr w $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 Shirts and Drawers We offer you in these Wright's Health, known the world over for very warm, long wearing underwear, wool fleeced at $1.00 a garment. Cotton fleeced, 50c. Sizes up to 50. medium weight ribbed shirts and drawers at 50c. We can tit you now get it while you can. Wmmv-'M - and Airs. Kennedy of Stanford are with her parents, J. Al. Long and wife. H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier. Mrs.-- Lena Goodpaster, of Lexington attended the funenal of Airs. John Spires. Air. and Airs. Charles Terry aud Rrandenbergher of Airs. Roscoe Green River attended church here Sunday night. KEKTUCKIANS SWIFTLY RELIEVED OF The Interior Aliss Emma Dunaway of ALue" STOMACH ILLS BY MAYR REMEDY laud, rtis been the guest of her tiHELTON AL SAUFLEY Proprietor cousin, Aliss Alyrtle Flannery. Afr. and Airs. Burton Spires vis$1 A TEAS STUICTL.T IN ADVANCE From all over the country come thouFirst Dose of Wonderful Treatment ited Mr. Gooch at King's Mounsands of just such letters. This wonShows Results After Years of Entered at the postoffiee at Stanford You Make Friends By Recommend-in- y tain recently. derful remedy shows results, safely, teeond data mail matter. Suffering Aliss Florence Terry attended the and with the first dose. a Reliable Kideny Medicine Address all communications to inlerioi Mar's Wonderful Stomach Remedy Journal not to fomo individual Theconnected baptizinu last Sunday. Many Kcmuckians have found swift clears the digestive tract of mucoid ac- with the papn. The "stork left a little daughter Xo matter inrpcrtjnt they may b. with Air. relief from disorders of the stomach cretions and removes poisonous mat- uiiMKncd and .low Voiir repreeul.iuve eallea at m and Airs. Ilallie Hatfield, anonjmous communications, to ignored. Interior brings swift relief to sufferers 'I he tin" sender Journal, nie as an Tho same Monday. (ioor yesierday ii4ea..iii tu leae .1 and intestinal tract hy the use of Mayr's ter. It of .s wanted idence of from ailments of the stomach, liver and pood faith and not for publication. It" you sauijjle of your noted bwainp-RoWonrlcittil Stomach Remedy. haw something jou want to appear in The bowels. Many declare it has saved Interior Journ il, ou mutt sign jour name Neuralgia of the face, shoulder, ana 1 aui certaimy nieaseit to see The fir.--t dose gives results. It is not a it. them from dangerous operations and hand, or feet requires a powerful anybody connected witu the fuun wlioj The Interior Journal charges for obitulong treatment. runny arc sure it has saved their lives. aries retjlutio.ns of lespvct and cards of reined v that will penetrate the flesh. niuKes ;i medicine which nas done -- o thinks. The rite is five cints a line. Here are statements taken from the SNOWLINIMENT much for me aud my family. A few Wo wjni t nil people The Interior Journal lias, one of the larg- BALLARD'S who liiive est job printiag establishments m letters of two Kentucky people who clironii central possesses that power. Rubbed in years ago 1 suffered i'xoiu a tumble M.mineh trouble or constiKentucky and vill bi glad to figure with lae UM.d the remedy. where the pain is felt i all that - pain in my back and when I Auia up pation, no matter of how lbnjr anyone on any kind of printing. V. H. CLARKE, Central City, Ky., standing, to try neces-ar- v to relieve suffering and aiound the iioue 1 had to waltc one doe of Mayr's POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS "The medicine ha nodess taoinunnu Wonderful Stoma eh Remedy restore normal conditions. Prict 23c. with uiy body bent nearly double. If one "The medicine has done 1113-- wife a do-- e will convince you. This is the Tho Interior Journal is authorized 30e. and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by you had placed a. thouand dollar.-world of good and ihe has been suffer- medicine Drug store. Stanford, & above uiy head 1 could not stiaiyht-e- n many of onr people to announce the following candi- Shugai-.s- ' ing wiih -- tomach trouble for vears." have been taking with surprising reLvne Bros.. Crab Orchard. iii to get it. date for office, subject to the MKS. BELLE HAWK1XS," Emi- sult';. The most thorough systera Democratic primary in Hearing of Dr. Kilniei- - Swamp-h'oAugust, nence. Ky., "I have taken all of the BEECH GROVE 1 iKcnt to you for a sample botJenifer ever sold. Mayr's Wonder- 1915: medicine. 1 don't think I need any now ful Stomach Remedy is now sold Soighum making is the order of tle and from the eli'eeU of that small For Circuit Judge a- - I think I am well. I never felt better here by Penny's Drug Store and amount 1 was. sure it would help me. tl e day in this community. ('. A. HARDIN, of Mercer county. ih mv life.' druiraists everywhere. The ooys and girls played quite a so I bought one bottle and it ha CIIAS. C. FOX of Boyle county. . lot of innocent pranks on the far- cured me. mers of this community Hallowe'en 'Shortly after that, my husband Report of the Condition of the- who was a coal miner, was suffer night Afiss Helen Patterson and friend, ing from kidney trouble and could LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL 'of-- "Lancaster,' visited 'Aliss Roxie not 'work 'and I sent lor some of BANK Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t. He was Spangler recently., in a terrible condition, but as the Thri young friends of Aliss Bertha at Stanford, in the State of Kentucky, at the close of business Octo- Davis ga"e her quite a surprise doe tors had not given me any relief. I had more faith in Swamp- Hallowe'en night. ber 31, 1914. Airs. Silas Durham is very sick at Root and it was well founded, for it Resources did the work, and after taking a this writing. Loan and Discounts . . . .$349,137 89 Air. and Airs. William Lawaon, few bottle- - he was completely curOverdrafts, secured and were in Lancaster shopping- last ed. I daily recommend the u.p of Our store is headSwamp-Ro6,564 63 week. unsecured .to my friends and quarters for all kinds l". S. liondb deposited to neighbors. Sincerely yours. Air. and Airs. Alex Robinson vis100,000 00 ited Mrs. Robinson s brother at secure circulation of Shoes, from soft MRS. JOHN XORDQriST. Other bonds to secure Galeton. Penna. Crab Orchard last week. sole infant's shoe to 3,000 00 Sworn and subscribed to before me Postal Savings Ebbio, the bright little son of Mr. anl8-in.topElkSkiDonds, Securities, etc. William-- , has been sick for liie past this. 14th day of May. 1912. W. D. Allen, J. P. 28,000 00 few days. (other than Stocks Our stock is now Stock in Federal Re Air. and Mr. Levi Elain and daugh Letter to serve Rank 2,017 30 ter, of Spainey, Air. ami Mrs. Dry feet complete. Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ranking House, Furniture W AI. Davis Sunday. is the road to Well-vill- e. Binghamton, N. Y. and Fixtures 10,176 26 Air. and Mrs. Edd Stevens, Mis. f Due from National Ranks Buy your shoes Nannie Smith and pretty daughters, Zilutchkift Swamu-Ro- ot Will Do For 8,310 70 Misse.v, Jennie and Joel visited Air. Prove What (not reserve agent) here and save money You Due from State & Private J. S. Davis a lid family Sunday. and time. No advance Send ten cents Ranks, & Bankers, Trust Aliss Ella lioskins has been suf- Binghampton. N. to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Y., for a sample size 283 4S fering with a very painful bone-felo- n Companies & Savings in prices. bottle. It will convince anyone. You Due i'lom approved Rewill also receive a booklet of valuable on his finger. serve agents in CenAirs. W. AI. Davis is 0:1 the sick information, telling about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure tral Cities .fl ,200.43; list. and mention the Interior Journal. Regin othr Resei've Cities Mis Sidney Il.Kkins will leave ular fifty-ceand size bot10,030 31 this week to spend the winter in tles for sale at all drug stores. t8.770.08 Checks and liier :ah Louisville. 73 00 ileum . . n. Mi-- -HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT Bertha Dnvi visited AM- Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank. Xotcs of other N:;t"Ranks :,023 0 Julia Howard . of Crab Orcha.-Fraction:;! Paper Currency, The People's Market Place Adverlast week. nickel and cents.... 377 92 tise What You jiave to Sell Mi!- - Jennie Smith will leave Wed Lawful Money Reserve Mi- - Lucy; nesday to it her km in hank, viz: who is nttcndinir school at WilliamsGET your city delivery mail Specie 10,041 00 burg. i)i)- -l boxes from Geo. JI. Farri. Lcral"tender Willie C. Elnm of Spainey, visited note 2,000 0021,(544 00 his cousin, Richard Davi-- - la- -t SatInsure vour nrooertv with Bromlev Redemption fund with urday night. & Bromlev, Stanford. Kv. C S. Treasurer 3 p. e. Sunday School at Beech Grove of ciivulatjoin 3,000 00 every Sunday afternoon at 2:30. LOST Gold Odd Fellows three link pin at baptizing on Green Kier. TOTAL $304,273 89 Attention, K. P's. Keward for return to John Hooker; Liabilities Important meeting of the Iod;e K. F. D. 3, Stanford. Capital stock paid in.. 100,000 00 "with regard to the lair for lDlo will i Surplus fund 100,100 00 be held Thursday night, Nov. 12. FOR SALE Nice picked apple Undivided profits, less exAll members are urged to be present. at 60 cents per bushel. II. II. JOXBS. penses & taxes paid 4,947 04 AV. W. Saunders, K. R. & S. two miles west of Highland. Stan fori We will tell you how to get at small cost. Reserved for texes 1,392 58 B. F. D. 3. SiKipj Kat'l Bank notes outFill JUMBO. and return this coupon today. standing 100,000 00 Much interest has been taken in FOR SALE Eight room cottage Due to other Nat'l Banks 2,539 51 the protracted meeting that has just with one acre Jot; plenty fruit and CUMBERLAND TEL. & TEL. CO. Due to State & Private closed at Alt. Mbriah. A large good garden and outbuildings, on INCORPORATED. Ranks & Bankers 632 90 number from here attended the bap- East Main street. See II. I). Individual deposits subject Please tend me your free booklet describing your plan for farmers' Sunday afternoon. 8l-- p to check 147,008 50 tizing telephone service at small cost, The Farmers' Union will meet at Demand certificates of dethe school house Friday night. All Weddim presents at Muelltr's iew-el- rv posit 24,360 22 urged to be presName sttre. .. . Postal savings deposits. 253 14 the members are ent. Bills payable, including I WOULD like to rent a Bluegrass The singing conducted by Mr. obligations representing R. F. D. Nothe money borrowed .... 65,000 00 Vaught, of Science Hill, at Snn-da- y farm, will pay cash rent or on g, shares. Write Arno Gutenson, church here, came to a close Town and State. 00-2- p R. 2. night. Much improvement has TOTAL .$564,273 S9 been made in singing since he has 1 HAVE moved my garage to the State of Kentucky, eonnty of Lin- been teaching. Address coln, ss: I, W. M. Bright, cashier of Mr. Ambrose Williams of Eubank, Lincoln Garage. Will be glad to see the above named bank, do solemnly was up to see his sister and attend' my friends in that place where they FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT swear that the above statement is ed the entertainment. will receive the 'qnme kind treatment true to the best of my knowledge 90-- 1 The pie supper and entertainment of the past. Dexter Ballon. and belief. W. M. BRIGHT, cashier. at the school house Hallowe'en Correct Attest: W. H. Shanks, G. night, were very successful. EveryFOR SALE Pare bred Indian W. Carter, J. B. Paxton, directors. body seemed to have a good time. Runner Ducks, White Plymouth Subscibed and sworn to before me The sum of $18.40 was collected Rock, White Leghorn and Buff this 5th day of November, 1914. W. 'and will, be used in purchasing some Orphington chickens. Mrs. H. R. INCORPORATED. 90-- tf W. Saunders, Notary Public. Saufley. furniture for the school. Air. Vl 'm Journal H. J. McROBERTS At last we have a razor good enough to Guarantee for Life oi t- - - i- Tungsten $2.75 Shumate's any and shapes to fit face and adapted to any beard. Sizes FOR SALE EY- ? o s-- Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. i ot " Let the I. J. do your job printing. Moves gj? Heaters Shoes for Cold Weather a GEO. H. FARRIS, Stanford, Kentucky Heating Stoves, Coal Vases, Coal Hods, Grates, Fire Brick, Tile Backs, Fire Clay, Lime, etc. at - ot n. 1 vi-it- ed s&. W. H. Higgins Robinson's nt one-doll- ar Dakota Jack's aHaHatBP aysTk. v d INDIAN REMEDIES have nade bis name famous all over the UnitaJ States aad Caaada. Coasposed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treataaent of Huaoaa Diseases. Pursley's Indian Herbs 43 Days Treatment, $1.C0 Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment 25c Dakota Jack's Creir.e Soap, Price 1 Oc, 3 bars 25c vi-'- si-t- or. x.: S-- 'aas avavav A Telephone for Every Farmer Do YOU want one ? it out I IHBHIHHBb DAKOTA JACK Tbe Northwestern Cowboy ORIGINATOR All on sale at Shugars' Druy Store, Stanford, Ky. Dakota Jack's Home Address: Atlanta, Ga. OF PUKSLXVS INDIAN HERBS Call on T. D. NEWLAND Opposite Court House .... Al-drid- for First Class Field Seeds. Heating Stoves and the best of Groceries Telephone 168 - THE- - Way-nesbur- BIG SALE Is Still on at L.L. SANDERS. Crab Orchard. Now is the time to get Bargains Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company m "r "BBHJBiByft. if 'J yrglftyTter. 'yti. ' - A - Cv- - ii-i'- ?t Ti Vj '- - - , 1'i t .. e ,? U J.l THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KEMTUCY. Tuesday, November 10, 1914. MRS. MABEN WAS MADE WELL By Lydia . Pinkham's Veg- table Compound and Wants Other Suffering Women To Know It Misses Lyle Cooper and Lottie Carson wore in Danville Tuesday. Miss Maud Sims of New Salem, is visiting her grandma, Mrs. M. T. Hrecdlove, aye 23, and Mis Annie Adams, age 21, were married at Lancaster on October 2b. W. 11. lliggiiis ami Mrs. Mrs. Kittie Hope are the guests of Mr. lohn lliggms at Kiclmiond. Mrs. Lelia Cook spent Saturday ind Sunday in llarrodsburg with her sister, .Mrs. Sallee. Miss Evelyn Gardner of Mt. Vernon, is here to do some stenographic work for Attornev George 1). Flor ence. Mrs. II. II. BatMn and little laughter Cecil of Lancaster, have i returned home after a vHt to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Hilton. Us-- ar FAMILY AVOIDS Reynolds. SERIOUS SICKNESS By Beiif TWford's Mr. and Mrs.Charles Slaughter. Miss Fannie Myers, of Georger is the delightful guest of town, xnontls. Une ol our youiur men is wearing a continued smile. Dinwiddie Bros., hold an auction of miscellaneous goods every SatCoirtantly Sipplied Witk urday afternoon. Come out and get BIick-Draif-k. i the bargain they offer. WAYNESBURG. i 6 I any 1 t I f; McDuff, Va. "I suffered for several Mrs. P. G. McMnllin and little years," says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, ol daughter Evelyn, of Somerset, visMnrfroesboro, Tenn. "I have this place, "with sick headache,, and wanted to write to yon for a long time ited her mother, Mrs. Tipton Suns, stomach trouble. x to tell you what your Ten years ago a friend told me to try the first of the week. wonderful remedies Thedford's which I did, Mi-- , and Mrs. T. S. Reynolds and have done for, me. I and 1 found it to be the Best family medi children spent Sunday with Mr.--. was a sufferer from cine ior young ana oia. female weakness ht I keep on hand all the Mac. Reynolds. 18-inc- h time now, and when my children feel a and displacement Sunt. Singleton vrs here Tues little bad, they ask me for a dose, and ii and I would have does them more good than any medicine day. such tired, worn out they ever tried. Miss Nora Small is visiting her feelings, sick headJames Brady left last week' for We never have a long spell of sick- aunt, Mrs. Oscoe Clauneh, at King's aches and dizzy spells. Doctors did Carlisle where he has accepted a ness in our family, since we commenced Mountain this week. me no good so I tried position with one of the leading using Mi, and Mrs. E. L. Gadberry and ht Thedford's is purely the Lydia E. Pink- - clothing stores of that city. vegetable, and has been found to regu- little son visited his mother at Yose-mit- e ham Remedies Vegetable Compound B. L. Fagaly, of Waynesburg, re- late weak stomachs, aid digestion, reSaturday and Sunday. and Sanative Wash. I am now well and the property on lieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea, strong and can do all my own work. I j cently Mr. Oliver Singleton came home headache, sick stomach, and similar owe it all to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- Lancaster street owned by i C. symptoms. ,., from Neal's Cjreek lo east his vote table Compound and want other suffer- Gooch, of Waynesburg, and has It has been in constant use for more Hon. Harvey Helm and J. C. W. ing women to know about it." Mrs. moved into it. Mr. Fagaly is an ex- than 70 years, and has benefited more Beckham. H. E. Maben, 211 S. Spring, St, pert carpenter and will follow that than a million people. Mr. Will Smith came from Ludlow Tenn, trade here. He and his family will ..Your druceist sells and recommends to vote Tuesday. trice only 25c. Get a This famous remedy, the medicinal reecho a cordial welcome here. FLORSHEIM FOR MEN QUEEN QUALITY FOR LADIES Backage y. Mr. and Mrs. Melviu Caldwell ingredients of which are derived from KG 123 spent Saturday night with their parnative roots and herbs, has for nearly Sandidye Metcalfe forty years proved to be a most valuaC. Muncie ents, Mr. and Mrs. SEE IF THE CHILD'S ble tonic and invigorator of the female The marriage of Miss Josephine Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Morgan and organism. Women everywhere bear Sandidge and Charles Metcalfe, TONGUE IS COATED sou, Glcnu Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. willing testimony to the wonderful virIndianapolis., S. Dumas, Mr. and Mrs. R. Curtis, tue of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable which took place in Don't Hesitate! If Cross, J. Mr. October 28, was somewhat Mother! Indiana, Compound. - Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Singleton. in this FeveHsh, Constipated, G've "Cal'Danand Mrs. Ed Carey motored to ol a surprise to their friends Why Lose Hope ifornia Syrup of Figs7' No woman suffering from any form and adjoining counties. The bride ville, Lancaster, Hifth Bridge and of female troubles should lose hope un- is the attractive and accomplished other places Sunday. Look at the tongue, mother! If til she has given Lydia E. Pinkham's daughter of Mr. and Mrs-- . B. C. SanProfs. Hubert Reynold.- -, Clay Vegetable Compound a fair trial. eoated, it i a sure sign that your Singleton and Virgil McMnllin disdidge, of near Moreland, while the If you want special advice write to iiioom i. the olde.--t .sou of Mr. and little one's stomach, Iher and bowels missed their schools to come home Lydia E. 1'inkliam Medicine Co. (confneed a gentle, thorough cleansing at and vote Tuesday. idential) Lyntt, Mass. Your letter will Mis. Thomas Metcalfe, of Danville. once . e, he opened, read and answered by a Both are well known here, and have little son of Mr. and Mrs. Report of the condition of When peevish, A GUARANTEED CURE Womau and held ia stricfccoitfidence :le congratulation of their many pair, doesn't sleep, cross, listless, .1.11. Acton, is ill. & Think of it.JIr.Farmer.here'saremedv for hoc ehnVra X. dou&n't eat or THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, They will make their home friend.- -. Hon. Harvey Helm was here Mon-da- v that is sold under a "Legal Guarantee Bond." How I is feverish, stomach sour, breath can you afford to take chances against hou cholera PERSONAL AND SOCIAL in Danville, whyc Mr. Metcalfe is baking hands with friend- -. wnen you can get inti remetiy on such terms? at Stanford, Ky., at the close oi bad: has stomach-achthroat, engaged in business. BourfeM Hfl ClMtera RtmWy business, October 31, 11)14: Social Calendar diarrhoea, full of cold, give a Is the only remedy ever put up that is guaranteed to cure ard prevent Irregular bowel movement lead to nog cholera. It does the work better than any other known remedy. If Ko. 10 The Mother'- - Club will Resources of "California Syrup of It did not. it would not be sold on such a strong guarantee. At All Dixie Rook Club. chronic constipation and a constipat- Loans and discounts . . ..fiyu,i58.y&; Fig- weci m the Woman . LluD room m Dratflsts. Write for free booklet tel'intr how to save ycr hogs. and iu a few hours all of the BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. Lexington. Ky. ed habit fill the system with im- j the ctnirthou-- c at 2::0 o'clock. 'flic i)jxj,. ol,k Club was deliirht- - foul, constipated waste, undigested Overdrafts, secured and purities. HERIMNE ii a great bowel Xov. 11 Wedding of Mis Pauline lunv entertained by Mk C. Ilay food and sour bile gently moves out 3,020.1 1 unsecured leirulator. it purines tne Kev. William Omar j.'u.,. .,t and U. S. bonds deposited to pietty country home of its little bowels without griping, vitalizes the blood and puts the Fo-tc- r. M,.1. 15. 50,000 00 r. - j on the Shelby and you have a well playful child secure circulation OF .,.--,.---- - ;n organs in fine and vigorous CONDENSED REPORT TO COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY v".., . ii . Pini. IW1I i.... it .M.I.. . JIM! 1L !. J.I1J atternoou. again. Stock in Federal Reserve II.lf lily juke mi. Ilinr-da- y Price oOc. Sold by Shug-;n- s in tile Club liooms at 2:'M) o'clock. ..VI the member.- - were present with on needn't coax sick children to condition. Bank 7S5: all other Dnig Store. Stanford. & Lyue will the exception ol' one, posibIy. and lake thi- - harnile ICov. 17 The Hook Club 3,730.10 stocks .t2,!)4o "fruit laxative," Stanford. Ky.. at Close of Bus'ness.Oct. 31. 59S4. at two fWltll OIK table of gued" besides the hey love its delicious taste, and it Fro-.- - Crab Orchard. Ky. meet with Mr.--. J. 15. ro-tBanking house, furt.iture o'clock. (f,7!)8.5h and nxtures membi i a imt enjoyable al'tcr- - always makes them feel splendid. Stanford School Honor Roll Xov. Ii) Dixie Uook Club will noon was -- pent. Mr. J. E. Wright, 5355,722.52 Loans Capital Stock....3100,000.00 Ask your druggist for a Other real estate owned.. 2,(4J).Gh Lin- meet witli Mi-- s Levi-- a Harris ai her ".on the hiahest score for the after- - bottle of "California U. S. and Syrup of Surplus and Primary --Katherine Ueck, Joe Due from national banks home in the country at two o'clock. noon. The guet- - were Mrs. Win. Figs," which ha- - directions for Brackcir, coin County 106,439.62 2,073.45 Xann.c Luciie Dunn, (not reserve agents) . . Drafts. Event Severance Mr- -. A. II. Severance, babies, children of all ayes and f.r Luiisford. Nov. l! The Current Bonds 131.600.00 Due from approved re100.000.00 Grailation Banking j...... 10,16.26 Club will meet with Mr.--. J. B. Blankou-shiserve agents in other Mrs. J. S. Owsley, and Mrs. Mattie growirups plainly on the bottle. iirsL Grade Charlie 174,834. ?7 Deposits Federal Reserve 25,81 i).!IO Louis of counterfeits sold here. To reserve cities At the conclusion of the Kirby. Beatrice Camenisch, 65,000.00 '2'y- - Kaptist Bills Payable-.- . Nov. 2,017.50 Bank Stock Ladies will game a most delicious salad course be sure you get the genuine, ask to Mershon, Dollie Walls and Adelia Checks aSid other cash Cash and Bank have an exchange. 80.1)2 see that it is made by ''California Walker. items was served. Balances 46J57.61 Fig Syrup Company." Refuse any Second Grade Annelle Carson, Notes of other national $546.23.8 J Mr. and Mr.. J. H.. Foster !)0- -l $546,273 89 2,(175.00 other kin(i with contempt. banks Effie W. MeUary, Eunice Pepples, Powell Will Case. d:iy5 in Louisville Iat week. several W. H. SHANKS, President. Stlbra Walker, Viola liill, liattie Fractional ptiper curren138.9C Jlr. and M"rs. J. 1C Baughman, of On Tuesday morning the court W. M. BRI6HT, casnter. MORELAND cy, nickels and cents.. Smith, James MeCormack and Fredtook up the trial of the Powell wall llustouvilie, were here Monday. Lawful money reserve in ifur-deMrs. Martha Myers, of Stanford, erick Bowman. tt Mr- -. Sumiii B. Yeaeer is the guest ease in which S. T. Powell and bank, viz: Grade Olga' Camenisch Third her sister, Mrs. Isaiah Powell, sons of the late Mrs. is $9,177.50 Specie of Mr.--. W. 11. Kice at Louisville. Katherine Kni" Robt. Davison, Sadie Powell, are seeking to break Wiiite. Legal tender -. J. F. Larue of Louisville was Kate Louise MrJames Paxton. Mary Miss Fannie Spears is ii Xich" eaid, 10,y0.oU notes .. lfi 30.00 )Ir.i. George the will. A great amount of interest here v. :th her Stone and Frances Traylor. - being manifested in the csise and oiasville with relatives. Redemption fund wiih U. Atchley, Grade Olhe Deborde Sunday. Fourth Mrs. llenry Snider, of Somerset, it is bciir-- r ha id fought. S. Tresis (5 per cent of Katherine Bruce, Frances Fish, Lee Mr. and Mr. Alfred Fence have - spending this week with her par2,100.00 circulation) .... Adelaide Proctor, IV RICHMOND, KY. moved into their new home on Lanents, Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Sinvleton. Davis Fisher, SHELBY CITY France- Lelia Cook Raney and caster -- trect. .o04J-)8- . A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Rev. Wyatt Montgomery has been Tale. Total Mr.--. .1. C. Itey nolds and baby are The lirl iro-- t noticeable inited PniiTscs loadin" to Elpmentarr. Intermediate and Life confined to his room with grippe for jV j Liabilities Fifth Grade Josephine Gooch, .it mi !... Hk ?55t -- the guct ?tate Ccriilicates. Valid in all Public Schools of Ken-of her mother, Mr.- -. u- - on .Monday in. Q..i ...1.mm"- 'i'IV- - the pa.--t several days. j tnckr. Special Courses and Review Courses. Tuition Elizabeth Greer, Margaret PettusJ Csipitsil rdock paid in 50,000.0;. lliiirJte and cliaugin them into a bad Fiank Smith at Mayville. Free" to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new Miss Delia Bell, the attractive Mattie Bell Kincaid and Marjory Surplus fund 2B.W ' model school, new manual training building, practice condition. The trees will smm be daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bell Mr.--. Mildred Bea.ley, of LancasBallon. chool. department of agriculture, a well equipred I'ndivided profits less extheir foliage md their left hist Thursday ter, and Mis- - Liecie Beazley were baie oi gyninaiuiit. Domestic Science. First Term begins for Arkansas, Blankeir Bertha Sixth Grade penses and taxes paid.. 1,5.'..!)5 September 7. Second Term November 1C. Third Term the guests ot Mis. P. C. Sandige at boughs ladened with snow and sleet. where she has accepted a nice po ship, Henry Baughmau, Guy Smith, National bank notes outJanuary 25, Fourth Term April 5. Summer School opens Luiisford and Kate Mi. George Miiledgeille lasl week. sition. June 11. Catalogue Fro", j . KBBE. President. 4:.' Emily Camenisch, Joseph Walter, standing ... Mi e- - Lucile and Mabel Kelley, Cooiieri spent an enjoyable day With The pie supper was well attended Luciie Carter, Woods Gover, WilDue to other national ot Caniibcllsv:l!e. are the quests of Mr.--. P. Burke and Aunt George at the Woodland Hall under the aus- liam Tate, Thelnia Powell, Morgan 2,4t).!);i banks their grandpaienls, Mr. and 31r- -. T. pices .L the Moreland orchestra. The Baughman, Ola Rankin, Margaret lndividu::l deposits subMi. and Mr.--. John Barlow oi sum of $14 being realized. Mis... HazD. Xeuland. 120,7d4.S3 ject to check Moreland, eie visiting Mr. and el Timberlake on the cake, for being Wood and Gabe Raney. Mr- -. T V. .Jones and little Atchley, Time deposits payable Seventh Grade Grace Clark are at home after a Mr.--, (.has. Bender Sunday. most popular girl. Mary Braekett, Sam Craig, Frances visit- the after 30 days or after Je-s- ie Xave has been Miss visit to her parents, Mi, and Mr- -. Mrs. Archie MeWhorter, of Fiatt. Cormney, George Nellie Davis, notice of 30 days or Vaugnt. l !J. Xoiman at Walton, near Cin ing Miss Maggie and Ethei Illinois, is on an extended visit with Fleece Karris, Mae Gover, Janie 11,8:10.00 longer . . . Brown and Mr. ami Jirs. J. cinnati. her lather, Mr. Levi Turpjn, near 1 locker, Fannie MeClary, Mary Pet- - "Hills payable, .including Sunuay with Mr. and Ifuslonville. children obligations repre.entinr tus. Sarah Sampson. Vie Go-Mr.- -. I). U. Lewis, of Moreland. Mesdames George Hines and Xan-pi- .' Sadie 40,000.00 money borrowed Smith, Margaret Shanks and Mr. Ernest Biiuu, of Loretto, has lVor and Miss Violet Buckley, Wearen. hmn tailing on his best girl here. of I Iih Bridge, spent the latter t':04,:5.")S.7 i Total Eighth Grade William Ashlock, Misses Jahe Biown and Ethel part of last week with Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Hilton, May Belle Lyon, Bertie Slate oi' Kent:;ck3', county .l Wright were visiting Mr.- -. V. Burke T. V. Johnson. McClure, Jessie Lee Phillips, Mar- Lincoln. &.b: 1, 11. C. B.iuijliinnn. Saturday night. , Mrs. Xelle Ellis Rakestraw Sloan's Liniment will save garet Davison, Walter Browning, (.'iifbier ot! t!ie abovo-iiiune- d bank, Va light was tin Mis- - Maggie Lours of suffering. For bruise with her aunt and uncle, Earle Baughman, Sylvia Farmer, do solemnly or sprain it gives instant relief. ve::r that tue above Jessie Xave Sunday vilest oi Miss Ii. arrests inflammationand thus Marvaret Matheny, Thelnia Francis, st.itement is tme to the bc.--t of n.v night. -prevents more serious troubles Carrie Davis, Hester Anderson and knowledge and belief 11. C. Ibiuvli-maQuit, Willie developing. No need to rub it Mi. Lizzie Cummins nnd Sara Cormney. in it acts at once, instantly Cnshier. Correet Attest : Roger.--, of Ottawa, have returned rclievinp; the pain, however With "Gets-It- " Freshmen Mary Beck, Elizabeth J. S. 1 locker, J. M. Pectus, J. (. hoc alter visiting relatives here. severe it may be. Carter, Annie V. Craig, Frances Eubanks. Subscribed Directors. Little Mis- - Marie Xave has re Here's Proof ' tew days visit Quit Plasters, Salves and Whatnots, Embry Allie Russell Fish Rachael and sworn to before me thi.--. d;y oi turned here. alter a Charles Jchmcrt, P. O. Box 10S. 's Nancy K. McKinney Annie Nov. 1914. W. M. Bright, .. I V Staiion, JV. Y., tcritea: "I Fpruiocd with her aunt, Mrs. Roy Westerfield. 'After usinjr "GETS-IT- " once you Hill, my anLie and dislocated my left hip by will never again have occasion for Rogers Powell, Cora B. Trostle, Public. -. and Gilliland Mr.Amanda f uliing out of a third Rtory window ax asking, "What can I do to get rid of Annette Wearen and Jene Wood. inoEtha ago. I went on crutches for four daughter visited Mrs. Fanny Burke my corns?" "GETS-IT- " is the first INCORPORATED 18SO. months then I fctarted to use some of Embry, Best Cough Medicine for Children T. Sophomores Joe sure, certain corn-endyour Liniment, according to your ever known. Stiuday. and I musteay that it ia helping Matsy Grimes, Nellie W. Hill, Ferdime wonderfully. I threw my crutches The pie at Moore's school ''Three years ago when I was livCiSB CAPITil, OSS 1ILLI0I DOLLARS. nway. Only used two bottles of your nand Matheny and Serena Young, ing iu Pittsburgh one of my chilWhy "Saffer- well attended and a nice house was Liniment and now I am walking quite Yet" With well with one cane. I sever will be withJuniors Bessie Braekett, Luciie dren had a hard cold and coughed little sum realized which will go for Sloan's Liniment." Corn? I'se out Dudderar, Gertrude Gaines, Shir- dieafully. Upon the advice of a Sixty-thre- e "GETSrr." Years' Experience. the benefit of the school. AH Deakn, 2Sc. & Trust Co. rkey'M Vaaubl ley Gover, Jessie Injeker, Maggie druggist I purchased a bottle of At State Bank Mrs. Cora .Bender was visiting four coats ia far Rankin and Effie Ware. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it Mrs. J. V. Brown. TRIAL BOTTLE Seniors Sallie M. Craig, Mary benefited him at once. I find it the Corn cutting is about over with S. Cook, Harry W. Farmer, Ellen Dr. Earl S. Sloan, lac and farmers will soon begin shuckbest cough medicine for children beMaV Hojtzelaiv, lAiine ID. MleRob; cause permuta-bl- e. ing while the weather, is it is pleasant to take. They do erts, Bessie Moore, Mary M. Raney, not object to taking it," writes Mrs. Singleton Lafayette Tuck, Homer City, Pa. Vera a D. Rout, Mayme Rev. Reynolds was unable to fill ar.d Kate Lynn "Woo.d. his regular appointment at the M. This remedy contains no opium or to sell the BMat rewarkatlc bargainm tne rsagaziac E. church near here Saturday night other narcotic, and may be given to world thk year. Despondency Due to Indigestion and Sunday on account of sickness. a child as confidently as to an adult. Regular Price) BOTH Mrs. Bud Gilliland is on the sick It is not at all surprising that Sold by all dealers. EVERYBODY'S $1.50 ! Vst. If yoH have tried other- things by the persons who have indigestion be- "GKTS-IT.- " Hunters. Notice to and will It seems as though molasses are score will realize now try and despondent. you this glorious fact. come discourag DEINEATOR $1.50) advancing in price, as we noticed in We, the undersigned, agree to enYon probably are tired sticking on Here are a few words of hope and our last letter they were $75 instead tape that won't stay stuck, plasters cheer for them by Mrs. Blanche Bow force the law ngainht . $3.00) TO WE Total persm right onto your Fox hunt" 75c per gallon. Some money for that shift themselves of ers corn, contraptions that make a bunIndiana. Fa. Mvor years my trappers on our farms. aaoaddy sahry aad a fiberal cesusissicn oa A molasses Isn't it? But there are dle of your toe and press right down digestion was poor that ing especially prohibited. All hounds eack order. Salaries an ap to $250.00 prr month. on the corn. Put two drops ot trail-!n- g very, few people who do not make iGETS-IT- " could only eat the Jighest foods. I found on our lands roaming, depeadjng aa tfce waaihw af etden. This work caa on,, that corn in two seconds. The corn is then doomed as tried everything! that 1 heard of to be deae n year spare haae. aad aeed aet cor (Get mistakes some times. or in the chase, will be considcorn with yoar preseBt dories. N iaremaeat or previMrs. Moser, of Rowland has been sure as night follows day. The fuss. get relief, but not until about a year ered trespassers and treated acshrivels. There's no pain, no ous expeneace accessary. We fanuth fall at If you think this sounds too good to ago when I saw Chamberlain's. Tab cordingly. visiting relatives here. free. be true try it tonight on any corn, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Thompson, of callus, wart or bunion. Write for partialais to lets advertised and got a bottle of Wm. E. McAfee Nora E. Ayers, by druggists them, didI find the" right treatment. W. P. Givens, been visiting , "GJSTS-IT- " is sold Maurice Givens, Preach ersville, have .everywhere, 25c a bottle, or sent diThe Ridgeway Mr. and Mrs. William Sprinkles. rect by E. Lawrence St Co.. Chicago, I soon Began 'to improve and since Isaac SOhelby, Misses Shelby, L. taking a few 'bottle of them my di- C. Bosley, H. P.. Hawkins, I. S. t Spring Macdougal St$.,New York For sale in Stanford at ShugsiTS' gestion ia fine", For sale by all, deal. Tevis & Son, H. L. Tevis, Joe E. LOOK and see if ' On? Drug store . is paid up. ., ..' . Wright, G. A. McRoberfs. :;i:,'-- ' ' Black-Draug- ht, Black-DraugBlack-Draugh- t." Black-Draugpun-hascd . Mur-freesboro, We are prepared to take care of the man who goes out in the mud. Our stock is now complete of heavy Shoes in the regular tops in any color Tan Black and Pearl Heavy Shoes These are prices without any advance. Don't take our word but come and see for yourself. We are showing the patent French heel grey top the newest things in Ladies' shoes. $2.50 to $4.00 One Price $5.00 to $1.50 and $5.00 from High tops 12, 15 tops to $3.50leather$6.50 be made. shoes can as good and strong as tsiack-uraug- ht. to-da- A-- . Phillips & Phillips Legally lu-tie- 1 e, ore Chotora UN lea-spoonf- ul I Iio-i-v- r . --- !r 1 t. sy-ie- in, di-gc- tie Fo-lc- m. 1 Lincoln County National Bank resources liabilities er I ol)-ee- nt De-wa- re p, -- vi.-iti- ng ter, i- i- TlJomQA - I Gil-hian- d. Mis.-Mart- ha e! Sprains,Bruises Salin & Agents Ky. Stiff Muscles Corns Stop, Pains Smith Stanford, n, Ty Jjatc-ton- mm dirce-tion- F, er tfMmf SLOAN'S LINIMENT wNB&il - Men Kills Pain and $2 equ-aw- '", -- Women .. Wanted 4, Ctapnj, your-subscriptio- -- - . S, T t ' i cf I SXZ V s 1.' ,, THE INTERIOR JOURMAL STAMFORD. KENTUCKY. Tstsday, I W.IS14. INDIGESTION OR GAS FARM AND STOCK NEWS j SICK, SOUR STOMACH Com missioner s Take. "Pape's bTapsin" and in Five f rlat head of cuttle from C. : M'nutes Youll Wonta What BeCame of Miscry ,n Stomach W. Lathin, ol' Pulaski county, for j j six and a half centra pound. yunr gtom Wondel. whut T. J. Price, of Lancaster, bought i ach which portion of the food did 27 steers of W. P. Tuggle, of Gar-- : tbe damaged do you? Well, don't per bother. If your stomach is in a re- rurd county, at seven cent pound, lliey averaged ill pounds. vot; t sourj a6sy ami upset ami & J. W. Elmore, cashier of the Gar- - what you just ate has fermented into . rard Bank & Trust Company, of tubboru lumps; head dizzy and Lancaster, bought two mules from aches; belch gases and breath foul, T. J. Price for $275. tongue coated jnst take a little K. Cook, a well known trader Pape' Diu pep&in and, in,' five minute W. of Garrad county, bought 23 head you wonder what became of the incattle of T. J. Price digestion and distress. d of Millions of men and women tocent.- - per at seven and day known that it is needless to have pound. a bad stomach. A little Diapepsin J. II. Daughman, of Hill Top In tihctliencc to a iudsnient of the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at (he November term 1914 in the Purm, south of Danville, delivered occasionally keeps this delicate vs. W.A. Coffy's Hts. the undersigned Commissioner will on W. A. CoffevV. II suit on Saturday to Sim and Jonas Weil, organ regulated and they eat thei' head of favorite foods without fear. of Lexington, eighty-tw- o If your stomach docsu't take care cattle, ranging in weight from 1,L00 to 1,400 pounds. The price was of your liberal limit without rebellion; if your food is a damage infrom $7 to $7.75 per hundred. stead of a help, remember the quickJ. W. Ware, on the Somerset est, surest, most harmless relief is nnnbW fe.7. 18 m adjoining the laud of D. A. Da ugh, by the hind of S. M. Owens and F. pike, brought to the I. J. a hull Pape'gj Diapepsin :it about 10 A. AL at the insm.-io-n which costs only l...ii-- c of the late W. A. Coffey, alunil j then the balance of the home place. M- - Ware and containing about 'S.)b .dozen late July potatoes that fifty cents for a large case at drug weighed nine and a half pounds. It -It'.-- truly wonderful . of a mile .from "Me" . The home place will then be offered ! a"?s it didwelling and you cay beat these, bring in a half tores. There is a tour-roo.,, aero oH gests food and sets things straight, Kin.u.y. offer for ale at public out. :,. a whole. A tract ol l)am tm the Iust()n traet and ft twQ dozen and let the 1. J. tell about it. so gently and easily that it is really cr to t!ic hidicst and best bidder knob land, adjoining land of Ora sloly jVame house of seven rooms Smith Duglimun has on exhibition astonishing. Please, for your sake, and the land of P. M. Ware, two barns- - two poultry houses, cis- iu town some of his late July pothe real estate of which he died dcorge Alooie and Charley Peck, will tern and other outbuildings on home tatoes Avhich are hard to beat. Pifty don't go on and on with a weak, d as follows: disordered stomach: it's so unnecde-liver- ed will lie first of-- j then be offered as a whole and by place. The home p!a-potatoes weighed 61 pounds. The.-.-e essary. 90-- 1 ' the boundary. will be on a credit of potatoes are greatly in demand for The in three paivul and then as a All of said land is .in Lincoln six to twelxe months in equal in whole and lh:tt bid accepted which seed and Mr. Baughmn has a hard Tevis Cobb Dies in West ' county. Kentucky and the home The purchasers will be time supplying those who want yali7.i.s the greater sum. Xews readied Richmond Sunda j jilace i bounded on the north by the required to give bonds for purchase them. the home tract Pointed! acre-- ! cf the death of J. Tevis Cobb at the main body of land of M. P. Hamilton and John price with good security, payable to epa rated from the William Whitley Montgomery, a home of his brother Sihis Cobb, iu tiic farm by (he turnpike and ad L. Deck, on the cast by the land of ConnuisMoner, bearing six per cent progressive young farmer of neiu Los Angeles, Calv where he bail jotiiinu the land- - of J. L. Deck and J. L. Deck and R. II. Cooper: on the intcre.-- t from date of sale, having Crab Phone 35, Lancaster Phone 153, Stanford sent to the I. J. of- gone in the hope of benefitting his Orchard, Walter Jones will be offered first, ' south by the land of D. A. Baugh the force and effect of judgment fice Monday a beet that weighed health. Mr. Cobb was one of the then the Huston tract of 40 acres, and Walter Jones and on the wet land secured bv lieu on land. nearly seven pounds, two t'miips able- -t attorneys at the Madison bar, that averaged six and a hall' and was well known throughout the pounds and a pear that weighed State. He had served his countv as one poi:ni prosecuting attorney for two term- S. If. Daughman, of Stanford, j aud had been urged many times to bought about fifty of the best cat- run J or Congress, but couM never I have for sale a number of nice farms of different tle shown on the court day market be induced to engage further in polihere Monday. They cost him an tics. He was about 57 years old and sizes, well located on good pikes and close to schools time and place of land ale, namely, at my of a mile from .MKituiey, I At the average of about $50 a head. lie is survived by one sister, Mrs. Wiland churches, in Shelby and adjoining counties. It will on bt night 23 head from Luther Moore, liam Webb of Louisville, and two will pay you to investigate them before you buy. Sila.- -, of California, and country trader, 10 an from Goirgin & Rankin, near Hubble, Whitney, of Madison county. His Todd's Point, Shelby Co., K and others from various parties. Mr. body will be brought to Richmond KKFEUEXCE- -J. 0. EADS. FORMERLY OK STANFORD, KY., Daughman will put them on grass on for burial. Ins farm south of Stanford. gelding, one coming a grass seeder, one cultivator, one sell lo the highest bidder the follow. Remarkable Cure of Croup jack, black with 'om planter, one double A harrow, personal property: ing Put a poi"ous plaster on the chest 'Last winter when my little hoy YOU CAN GET THEM AT THE I. J. -, good ize, fine style, two two good v bite pointe j." "rood yearling -- tecrswagons, one busgy. Mastns' Meeting and take a good cough syrup internal- lad croup T got him a bottle of ChamIf you want posters. Lincoln Lodge No. 60 r". a A. M.. meett is cow.--, two yearling heifers, one agedj irood loot and lutne, a lot of Darred one Praicr cart, one set of buggy ly if you would treat a severe case of berlain's Cough Remedy. I honestly stated communication on each first and third If you want billheads. in foal lo jack, one 12" Hock chicken.- -, 12 barrels, of corn in harac.-.- -. two sets of wagon harness, sirr?l mare o'clock iu field, a lot of irood timothy and al and many other things too numerous sour lungs properly. Get the dollar heleive it saved his life' writes Mrs. Monday nights of each month at 7 Ky. If you want programs, eight-year- -' work marc, one year-ol- d Hea size BALLARD'S' IIOREHOUX'D fl. R. Cook, Indiana. Pa. ''It cut the their hall on Main gtiett, Star.forl, jf you want envelopes. 100 bales of straw, about to mention. c, one pair of three falfa hay, Also household and uld work, bor-Mfiter lodges fraternally tnvi:ed to b SYRUP. With each bottle there i a phlegm and relieved his coughing bers of .. . t r.. i OAfl It- - u If Ou want noteheads. i..4??.i.i one waiter a. kitchen furniture. present. ol touuer, Year out norse mines- - ou ueau or nice, i -- " PEPPER If you want statements. vouns ewes and two bucks, five nice ; Wood binder in first class coudition, Ti:in -- Liberal and will be made free HERRICK'S RED the chest. spells. I am mot grateful for what If you want job printing of any dePOROl'S PLASTElfc gor this remedy has done for him." For en- DOX'T forget the temperance champion mower, two hay rake's, known on day of sale Sale begins meat hogs, 15 good shouts four scription done in the very best style Sold by Shugars' Drug store. Stan- sale by all dealers. reriammcnt ai me xiutnviue opera and on short notice, call at the I. J., good registered Duroc sows one tone Superior wheat drill with fertilise-- ! promptly at 10 A. 31. tra ford. & Lyne Bros., Crab Orchard. house Friday evening, November IU. Office. Stanford, Ky. Puroc boar, six nicc. yearling mules, er attachment, two turning plows,! NEWS OF CHURCHES J j me itist- harrow, two mare mule eolts, one splendid in 9 er ot ,rMM,ry' 670-pound Trt Tr ! TURKEYS and GEESE WANTED uet Sale SALE OF FARM 1100-poun- one-quart- er r. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER iliref-quartcrs 25, 1914 m ch pos-;Goo- ! p"-.-c- J it-re- ve.-hnen-ts. -- J Will pay highest market price or in the country T. K. Tudor or H. B. Northcott E. D. P ENNINGTON, M. C.L. C. C. J SALE.OF PERSONALITY -re-ide- nce Get You a Good Farm at Low Price three-quarte- rs out-of-to- WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER Jvo-yeai-old ile-crih- 25, 1914 G. T. Moore, 1 thiee-ycai-o- ld ed two-hors- ! k I J one-four- th MRS. ELIZA. A. COFFEY. I. M. DUNN. Auctineer POSTED . Mr . Prank Cordier, Will Cordier. H. C. Baughraan, Gottlieb Pienke. Mid week berviee at thtf Presby- terian church Wednesday evening, November 11 at 7 o'clock. Every- Movable School OF body invited. Rev. M. D. Early aud Supt. Gar OTTENHEIM. land Singleton went to Somerset Mr. Chas. Enslin is very low and Momhiy to attend the General A is mulur the tare of Dr. Grey valley. relation of the Baptist church, Mrs. Josejjh Wientjes went to which is beiii.; held there this week. LoiiiswHc last week to have an KEUREIGN WEATHERPROOFS AGRICULTURE OR Farmers' Institute CO-OPERATING FORCES ' Department of Agriculture of Kentucky Extension Dept, of College of Agriculture, JJnited States Department of Agriculture The above institutions have combined to avoid duplication of work and to give instruction in Agriculture to the farmers of the State, FREE OF COST. Practical instruction will be given in Fruit Growing, Soil Building, Grain Growing, Live Stock and Poultry Raising, Home Economics and ' ', other farm subjects. The following instructors will address the Institute: C. L- - CLAYTON, Louisville; R. A. OGG, Indiana; D: D. SLADE, Ex. Sta., Lexington; M- DOUGL AS, Indiana; MRS. R. A. OGG, Indiana, on Domestic Science and Practical Demonstration, in Cooking, as well as local speakers. Both men and women are cor- operation performed. Mrs. Otto Ensslin's mother, Mrs. Y estenidori', is in a critical condition and is not expected to recover. Mr. D. G. ltussell and family, of Kin&tree, S. C, .are visiting their paients, Mr. and Mrs. J. li. Russell. Mrs. Anthon Meiner's father is here from Canada to spend a few day with his relatives and friends.. Mi-- . Ben Ilenzen, of Cincinnati, is visiting relatives here. Mi.-se-j. Nellie and Agnes Sehnler gave a social Saturday evening. A large crowd Avas present and delightful, refreshments were served and a joyful evening spent. moonlight Mi. Carl Russell's school is progressing nicely, lie ave an entertainment last Friday evening and there were nice recitations ami a dehate. The affirmative of "the dehate was, Resolved, That Nation Wide Prohibition is Better For a Free Country Than Open Saloons. The negative side, Resolved, That Open Saloons is. Better For a Free Country Thau Nation Wide Prohibition. The affirmative side won. Mr. Joseph White, .who has" been visiting his brotlier, Mr. W. T. White, has returned to Lis home in Dallas, Texas. Mis Marie Enssliu was called. home from Louisville to the bed side of her father, Mr. Chas. Enss-li- n. ido Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOCAL AlU'LlCATlOXS. as they cannot reuou Mi- - wat t Hie Mmmm.. Catarrh i a blood , or constitutional and in rW to cure It you must take internal reawxllea. Hall's Catarrli Cure la taken internally, and act directly upon tli blcod and mueous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not a quack medicine. II was prescribed by oue or tue. best jiUysIcUns In this country for jears and is s. regular prescription. i! It i composed of the best tonlm known, itii the bet blond purifiers, actios directly on th- - mucous surfaces. TIm perfect couiliinatfou of tln two IiiKrcdients fa. what produces sneh wonderful results in enriajj catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CUE.VEY & CO.. Props., Toledo, O. Sold by Dritsslsts. price 75c. ?sk? Ball's Family rills for esseUcatica. dist-asecom-bim- The practical Coat for Men Light Weight, Neat Appearing and Shower Proof. Price $5.00 to $12 W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. Salt-Cott- on Seed Meal FOR SALE House and lot. containing three iureb of laud, one mile south ot Mclvinney, house has four rooms; also a new barn 30x30 feet on the place, and a new storehouse J4x'J4 feet, with a small tock of groceries aud a line stand for businss. There is a coin crib, smokehouse hen house, good orchard and line well of water on the premises. Will also ell a house of three rooms, and lot of three acres with fine garden and outbuildings, a mile from McKinncy. Possession Jriven at once. P. E. BRAWXR MeKiu-neG0-bar- rel Have just unloaded a car of GENUINE KANAWHA salt. This is the kind you want to salt your meat with. Our first car of the new crop cotton seed meal has arrived. We have a car of washed screened sand for cement work, and the cement to go with it. PHONE 11 J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY y. "" Ky.- - 83-- tf PUBLIC SALE Having moved to Junction City, I will on THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 1 1 rtnn't FwrAfr "OuaKfv'' when yon bay (hat MONUMENT Don't forget Telephone No. Harry Jacobs 164 dially invited. A School or Institute will be held at Buys Quality and Sells Quality Only STANFORD. STANFORD, KENTUCKY Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 16, 17 Come and bring your neighbor. co-operati- November 18, 1914 at ten o'clock sell at my late farm, four miles from Stanford, on the Somerset pike, to the highest bid der, 300 barrels of corn in shock; one acre of cane; one pair of horse mules; two Jersey cows, will he l"rf-ssoon: one Jersey steer; 15 or 20 s floats; two two-horwagons; one buggy; one set of buggy harness and some other harnesj corn planter, new; one cutting har row; two turning plows; cultivator; mowing machine and other implements. Will also sell some household good and blacksmith shop. ADOLPH B0DNER, Junction Cty 89-- 3 T. --D. Euglsh, Auctioneer. h se and its predecessors is the oldest bank in Lincoln county, has been in business for Fifty -- Six 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 t JUeiifyLteey Veterinary Surgeon J. C. JrTQary J. L Beazley & Co fuicv S ZMfiS2EV Dealers ia Aw The State Board of Agriculture deem the above arrangement an advancement along agricultural lines and feel the County Farmers' Institute work. will be given a broader field of usefulness by this ve UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER clothing house in this countryEd V. Price & Co., Chicago, J1U DANVILLE, KY. My experience in measuring and directing the making of .your clothes, OFFICE NEXT LOGAN'S 1TABI gives me the advantage over one who is not a practical tailor. If you will TREES give me your order 1 will promise you' Fruit and Shade trees, Shrubs. a square leat. You will get the worth of your money, cither in the cheaper Grape .Vines, Rhubarb, Asparagns, UWERTAKER TO THE PUBLIC I represent the largest and best made-to-ord- er Bpkl 2sZL.kkkkY AM ELMAIJK rwnimrt J. W. NEWMAN, Commissioner of Agriculture. . , (it inn, rn tart ExsfciMd fir aN PHONE 41 grades or .the higher priced. My fall and 'winter line "j saiaple rfre now ready for your inspection. Call and let me show you. H. C. RUPLEYj KV. The Practical TaKsr. thing for Orchard, Lawn and Gar-doXo agents. Free catalogs. H. i . ItMMMcyir wk 9WIS, LCXMflUa Vaalaabu KMKKKJ n. tll7. ITHrmt. KENTUCKY. t L.- -