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CRAB ORCHARD :!iid Stanford, Lincoln County. Kentucky BROKE Friday, November 13, 1914. COAL OIL Journal STOVE EXPLOSION PapeAtfa Whrn Tw Timm (Tkia WatSh DM Ob Latol as TtulWKXiytiM FiMftly. Tuesmk BEAUTIFUL and Fridays AUCTIONEER'S ARM FIRST TO JUMP INTO RACE PREACHERSVILLE r Mr. Troey Duvall and Misses Causes Fire Which Destroys Store Violet Smith and Zula Xaylor vis- Miss Pauline Hocker Becomes Bride Near King's Mountain of Rev. Wm 0. Foster ited Mr. and Mrs. William Xaylor, near Stanford. The store of G. H. Cannon & John B. Dinwiddie, the well known The marriage of AIiss Company, and Mr. Cannon's dwell Mrs. Evan Foley has been indis- Denny Hocker to L'ev. William U. auctioneer, of ,ioreiand had his ing, about i mile north of King's posed. left arm broken above the wrist Mountain, eu tight lire from an ex- Mrs. F. L. Thompson visited Mrs Foster, of Atlanta, Georgia, was here Monday when he was thrown olemi.ied Wednesday morning at ploding oil stove about two o'clock J. J. Thompson. 9:30 o'clock in the Stantord Chrison Main street. tried in the Lincoln circuit court in ,eir. new souuiern Home. A large out of bhs h F. . Thomp list Saturday afternoon and werel was at Richmond crowd of friends accouinanied them tian church, in the presence ol many completely t , destroyed. A small court. vears, was decided, iuursday' tbein to the deoot to see them off. Mr. Dinwiddie was preparing to no home and was .siiMn- in bis vir ..(friends and lou-- ones. L'ev. D. AL .. amount of goods was saved from the .... . .. .V1HJI1 .. 111... fc,. B.ll t" u Miss Ellen Blankenship has been JUUlilllli;, ...I..... i J"iJ U1UUJ11V ,,1 U ' Mr. Singleton has built a beautiful the corner ot Main and Lancaster Walker, tht olticiatnig minister, ,. stoie, but only a pair of lace cur- indisposed. j i i verdict sustaining the last wdl and uome aim maae ait tilings ready ior: street when another rig in which performed the ceremony in a. most Master Clarence Anderson has Lieut. Gov. Edward --J. McDermott tains was srotten out of the bouse. j testament of the late Airs. Kale his litlfc family. thu hore w.,s appropriate and impressive manner. and plunging quickly did the flames spread been limping with a bruised knee. jso Mis. Emma Farris has moved into Jan 1 unmnnagcblc. Powell ,of Hustonville. The trial of came tearing Lieut. Gov. McDermott, of Louis-ill- e, under a strong wind that was blowwere very simple. Word from Point Leavll says J. 'Hie decorations the i;im had lasted tluough three "Widows Rest,"' the home of Mrs-- ! down Lincnster street and struck is the iirst to aimounce as a ing. The value of the goods saed S. Moigan is thought to be ill of but et'fecthe and artistic , nothing' days, and the testimony of a l.uv Bettie Buchanan. This makes three! Mr. Dinwiddie's but ferns being used. The entire buggy, throwing candidate for the Democratic nom- from the store is said to be about pneumonia. widows and one young maid living; him out and causing him a number of witnesses was turncry ination for governor in the primary fliOO, and there is said to hae been Servire-- at the M. E. church Sat- chancel was tilled with fern- -, massA brilliant array of legal talent in this mansion. painful injury. He will carry hi to be held in August, PJ15. He has about S2,700 insurance on the build- urday night, Sunday and Sunday ed together and the choir rail was appeared on. each side, RepresentMr. T. N. Butt has bouiiht the arm in a sling for some time. festooned in green, thus making a made a good record at ''Deputy ing and contents. The house of Hai- night. ing Smith T. Powell and Burdctt Guest farm and will take possession Governor." ry Lee nearby also canuht fire and Rev. Rogers filled his regular ap- rich back ground for tlie bridal parPowell, sons of tile deceased who of same soon. Rout Stagg his barn ignited, but quick action by pointment at the Baptist church ty. Sought to break the will, were AtMiss Alary Higgins in her usual LATEST WAB.NEWS Mr. James llays has bought the a bucket brigade saved thorn. Quite Saturdav and Sunday. There were Xews came from llustonville late torneys Chailes Kodes and son Nel-o- beautiful home on Depot street of able manner presided at the orsan, .A critical stake in . west Flanders a number of residents in that sec- a lew people who failed to attend thissweek of the marriage of Will of Danville, and 1C S. Alcorn, T. N. Butt. has been reached and decishe re- tion of the county were interested forgetfulness of the dato and gae seeral beautiiul numbers Stagg and Miss Eliza Rout, popular of Stan lord, while the contcstees, Mr. Hugh Logan has purchased couple of the Wst End of Lincoln. sults are expected ii days, if not in the Cannon store, it is said, and and so positive were they, even ad- before the nuptials ows were takthe lliree daughters, of the deceas en. She was most ably assisted by vising others not to attend. hours by Europan 'agencies. The the loss will fall heavilv on them. ed. Mi-- s Jessie Powell, Airs. Alattie the farm owned by Mr. Xevius uear They are said to have taken their Germans claim to lnnV advanced in Premature Hallowe'en prankers Mr. Morrison Bright, who sang. f Adams and Airs. W. 11. Murphy were the sanatorium and will move the friends quite by surprise and have the region of Ypres, ; capturing 70U Keep jour town and country lid quite a lot of deviltry in this Love You Truly," and "Luxes' Old been the recipients of hearty ..... .;... ...... I 1 1... W H" first of December. Sweet Song" in a most pleasiusr Air. and Mrs. Xevius will moe to and good wishes. The French soldiers and several guns, propei ty always protected from section. They removed a front pas- manner. Keenon. of Harrodsbiirg, P. M. bride is the daughter of Mr. and and say the eastern bank of the fire by havinir them insured in the ture gate and carried it away for and J. X. Alenefee, Jr., of Stanford to live. To the strains of. Lohengrin's by J. D J. M. (Vss. A lame bunch ot cat-li- e Mr. and Mrs. James Guest will Mis John B. Rout and a oyy at Yser as far as the sea is now clear. companies represented Stanford. wedding march the bridal patty which had been brought i tlu Weareii. the Insurance Man of - The French report claims the GerMuch expert testimony and other- board with Mr. and Mrs Robert tractive young huty, while the groor- mans were repulsed in tame to the altar Air. Je e Hocker, i)i- -l day previous from quite a distance an atteumt Stanford. is a prominent and popular vouinr wise was introduced a to whether Collier. to debouch from, Dixmude. dispersed to the highways. The bet- hi other of the bride, and Air. Will Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Duke had a farmer. Mrs. l'oweli was in her right niiiid The oillcial report issued from ter p.irt of the next day was con- Denny of Lancaster, a cousin, came PARL0R GROVE and capable of understanding fully delightful visit to friends in Corbiu! first, iollowed by Alessrs. Hen and IPetrograd says the .Russians, have Rev. Wright is holding a pro-Re- sumed by Mr. Cress getting the catNEWS OF CHURCHES her actions, when she dictated her this w eek. Clilford Foster, brothers ot" the ba-k- ; occupied Johanuisburg in East Prub--i- a traded meeting even some had '.'one to the tle Mr and Mrs. Hugh Logan visited; Regular ser.ieos assisted by will a few days before her death. groom and stood with them during at ;Iie Baptist knob-- , near Ottenhei.m As he was reand that the siege of Pwemysl liiggiu and wite. of Somerset. Strong speeches weie made on each Lancaster relatives Sunday. church Sunday. has been resumed. turning lie called for Mrs. Cress and the ceremony. Mrs. Fields of Florida,. has been Air. Valentine Fagaly, is spending eidc, Me rs. Nelson liodes and The bride who entered with tho At the Methodist church Sunday The roernor of Bosnia has adthe children who were visitiug the winter with his daughter, Mrs. friends. Upon (he contestants with her sister, Mrs. Carroll Bailey the Sunday school will meet at 0:1.0 Alcorn speaking groom, was attired in an e.xij.usdo dressed a proclamation to the Ausarriving at his farm and and Keenon for the for several weeks. !A. M. Preachimr at 10:45 A. M The trian army declaring the Servians Minnie Morun. Mr. C'res ot out of the butruv to gown of white crepe de chine, ent r . l .. . 1.1 , u. A... II.. '.. coiuu no. -- ..x. .,,, must be defeated before winter. .mis. J. T. Chadwiek has neen, contetees. The jury was out but nun.lh lj0alle al (5:J0 p. M t.:MTV l!ie te back to its place. Mrs. train, with Aleucou lace overdress as eleclion judge on account 0L1 . a short while, and when the verdict ;':'" "s '"i '"is- - " ;,L lhere will be preachhii. at 7:L5 P. M .i,.:,-:,,ti,.,...l, ri,.. ,.r, :nd pearl trimmings. The tulle veil Ecuador and Colombia have been ' "UIMO- tUV T.Vi VtllWklU wa read it was srieeted witli some .i liicncsier. sickness. was E eryl)ody welcome. warned by Great Britain and France .ite just ahead, had her attention ange eautrht in with clusters of orMrs. Ona Xavlor. of Prechcrs- applause, mostly from ladies pres Mr. and Mr: C. Muncie and diverted blossoms and most becotnim:' - at i'rcsuvienan liureh in mphatic terms that the Allies serviceby the puss for an ent, wliii were promptly reprimanded! vjIIc came over --Monday and took! .cn.i .., T,.,. is. daughters, Sosbia and Martha, uf insr of friend, and the wheels strik I a i ranged over the coiffure. Her c...i.. will not countenance further liola- her cousin, Mrs. Elizabeth Barker to aL y.:.0 by the court. was bride's rose edired omiug WorMiip 11 tin- - ,:,ti im.) !iiw.tHn tl.rt vfli.- - bouquet tion of neutrality these South lircen Jjriar attended church here the wmter with her. The le.t by Airs. Powell. is Sunday. eloek Keul prosperilyv Brother- - American countries. They are allegcle. threw the occupants out. Alrs.lwit" lw'5- Mrs. Mary Hunter has decided to llood 3 o'clock. Youiil. Per.nles- So- - ed to said to nave been something like Air. Harvey Hobson has gone to Cress th bely and at- have aided the German vessels was run oer by the wheels,! T,,e l,ru- , 'J ennessee, where he has a position .2O,O00 and the contestants charged !sj)end the winter in Stanford. j tractive daughter of Air. J. S. Hok- t.:atv at fi,:.0 T1ip O V. . -in the Pacific There is a steady receiving a few severe bruises. The W. W,W Mrs. George Harris has been sick 'Eening Worship at 7 oclock. that .she had discriminated against low of recruits to the English ar- in a telegraph office. children luckily escaped without er, picsident of the First National her sons and her husband in favor for several days. Re"M. S. Clark, of Wilirore, my which is aproachlng the 2,000,-00- 0 Airs. Bruce Fagaly and children Injury. It was a miracle that it was Bank, and is a universal favorite Mrs. M. E. Fish is not so well at will arrive next Monday to engage of her daughter-- : in disposition of in this community. In winning her. mark. Passengers on the Ven- - visited Airs .Ellen Bennett Saturday no worse. the estate. The plea was vigorously Ibis writing. u eek. 111 the meeting at the Methodist tura which left Astralia October 24 How would the person or persons Air. Foster has aenuine eaiwe for refuted by the latter. The court Mrs. Ellen Holmes had a fall this church. He will reach at 7 P. M.jreprt There was no school at Gveen who were '"having a little fun'' feel being congratulated. Air. Foster is that 2o,000 Australian troops room was well filled throughout the week at her home near here and Monday and after that at 10 A. M, convoyed by 14 cruisers sailed un- Briar this week on account ot the today, had this mother and her pastor of the Second Christian trial, especially with people from seriously injured her back. Is not and 7 P. M each da v. blvervone der cover of night J'or a destina- - iiluess of the teacher. Miss .Elsie children been permanently injured church, of Atlanta, Georgia, and Hustonville and the West End of able to set up. Singleton. is most cordially invited to attend tion, supposed to be, Egypt. or had a precious life been crushed ii sincere and scholarly minister of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Collier, Mrs. and take part in these meetings. Lincoln, who took the keenest interMr. and Mrs. King and children out Ivy their being thrown against the gospel. est in the proceedings. Daisy Hunt and Miss Myrtle Murray Rev. and Airs. Foster left imAttention All members of the Local Eleven Crushes Lancaster and Miss Cissy Murphy, of Fleas-a- the post or being trampled by the motored to Drodhead Wednesday Christian church Wo will bold our mediately for Atlanta, Point attended church here heels of a frightened horse? The Stanford High. School foot PLEASANT POINT afternoon. Miss Murray will visit services Sunday Xov. 15 in the. ball team went to Lancaster Sunday. Mrs. Nannie liny aud daughter. where they will o to housekeepinir Mr. Henderson Goff has returned Miss Jennie, of Judson, were visit- at once. The legion of friends of church building. The repairs are Kev. JjB. JoDr has been called her parents for awhile. High and defeated the , JUrs. J, Thnuw Ci"?ryvsyK-f:oar' ihst this happy pair wish them a long J Slow- - isoraplcied ""here lor the" ensuing year.' We aie ei:cvpi?oa. School eleyeji-Jafsrflia score of from Pike county where he pur- ing Airs. J. J. Thompson. duct the Christian Eudeavor Sun of the new windows which will ar- - 32 to 0. The Stanford boys easily chased a drove of cattle. life filled wih much nappine-?- . great' j jjleascd to have Rev. Jones J'rof Cyrus Johnson, who was reevening and has decided upon a rive shortlv. Sunday School 9:80 A. outclassed and outplayed Mr. Van Singleton, of Waynes-bur- g, cently licensed by the Baptist The musical program rendered by ;is our leader and are expecting a day their opmemorial service to the memory ofhf. pre..1ching 10:45 A. M. and 7:30 ponents, though Aveights were very spent last .night with Mr. Alva church, will go to Georgetown in Aliss Mary Higgins was as follows: properoti"? year by the help of the Miss Mollie Brooks, decased. p. m. We will have a meeting in the even. Stanford's goal was in dan- Morgan. Nocturne in E. flat Chopin Almighty. January to enter school, preparatoMr. T. F Bennett was a business ry to entering the ministry. He has ''O Thou Sublime Evening Star." lecture room at G.50 P. M. for the ger but once. With the ball in LanThe angel of death visited the SUGAR GROVE Thanhattser. G. Gilliland and took of the caster's possession on Stanford's visitor iu King's Mountain Monday. been superintendent of the Sunday ipurporse ouie of E. M -- iss Sehna Kulmnks is attending School for more than a year, is an Pilgrim's Chorus. Christian Endeavor Society. D. M. Hue. the Lincnln boys held d from them their youngest child, The people of this country have; Thanhaiiser. like a stone wall, and taking the school at Waynesburg. aged ten month. The little one was been dcliirhted with the mild weather . talker, minister. enthusiastic church worker ami we ''1 Love You Truly'' Harry JaAir. Ed. Leach baa moved from have every reason to believe he will boil-in- ;r pigskin away on downs, carried U burned by upsetting a kettle of the " WALNUT FLAT the length of the field for a touch- the farm of Mr. Doug Jeffries. wattr and suffered intensely country" be a successful laborer in the cobs Barnes. Air. and Mrs. Leeinan Singleton Lord's vineyard. "Love's Old Sweet Song" Mal- for .'( hours, after which it- - spirit The farmers of this section have! The farmers are very. busy sow-bee- n down. Stanford played open football throujrhout the game and made of Wajncsbnig, spent Sunday with n wheat, getting in ha and thre.-h-departed for a belter world than W. II. Cummins raised 100,loy-bushel- s Mrs. busy gathering corn and it t Bndal Chorus Lohengrin, from ten to 20 yards each down. The the hitter's parents, Air. and Alr. aboiisj bis. It was sad indeed to have to of sweet potatoes. out better than was ex-- 1 g nucic vueai aim lumer. turmmr AL J. Alorgan., Alendelsshou's Wedding March. evepllcnt ball. Mr. Luther G.uner and Mr. Josh whole team rtlaved ghc ui their previous little iewel pectcd. half an acre of ground. Mr. Green Uooch of Waynesburg, TLe out guests vera j whirl. G..d had given them but He j jjm .lll(i joe Chandle; sold 31 bar- - Wilson are building nice dwellings The to'iehdowns were made by AnAliss Neil Newland was visiting Messrs. Ben and Clilford Foster purchased sebrrnl head of cattle Air. and Mrs. J. L. Anderson. derson 2. Coleman Shanks and Sam in in wisdom saw tit to take it to refe oC c.oru to jame5 Pleasants at which are nearing completion. 15. himself. Little Cheston was the Kl.23 per barrel. Aliss Alav Kigsby, of Sweeney, U"d Miss Lois Foster, oi Lcxiug-wn- s D. Holtzciaw, who bought F.mbiT. Eastern Normal is playing from Air. II. Goff. Air. Woodie has purchased a farm pride of the home and is greatly the attractive guest of Alisscs ton. Air. Alex Denny. Airs. Alattie Miss Malissie McKinney of Hans- - the Abram property from J. H. Stanford heie this afternoon. Duncan, Airs. A. F. Denny. Airs 11. of King's Grace and Carrie Anderson. from Dr. Thompson, mi cd by all the family. May the ; ford, Ky., is visiting her sister, Miss Poynter, is having that dwelling TomjK- - Melioberts, Airs. Y. II. Cook, Aioimtain. Report of the Condition of the bei caved parent be comforted iu g.tic Dove. Mrs. Levi Bell and Airs. Sam Holtzclaw is here doAirs. George Lobinson, Air. and Air. Bruce Fagaly and family, of Gill visited Afi-s- . William Xaylor. e carpentjr work on it. the icalization of the fact that the THE NATIONAL BANK jj Rosie Renner of Mt. Vernon, j1" Airs. Cabbell Denny, Airs. Farm, vistitd his sister, Airs. Waynesburg, Mr. Jasjer lhompson, wire and Frank Alilier has the chicken pox. tittle one is sate "in tlie arms oi ;, xi.itiy relatives here in Lincoln OF HUSTONVILLE Ts there a hoodoo at this place? Alias Sue Shelby Al.ison, Air. J. K. Jesii.s that real comforter of all His county. daughter, have recently returned to at Hustonville, Kentucky, at the Alianie Alorgan, before leaving for Shunucd by spell binders on the Stonr.es. Airs. John .Mount, of Lanchildren. May they be more deter- yir it;t.Kini (,andler has re- - Pulaski county to live after living close of business October 31, 19J4: his new home in Stanford. Arbor Day was observed as a raging, whirlwind itinerary, shun- caster, Alts;, Alarirueritc Amos, of mined lo live true noble Christian tl.m.j lOUle from Riehmonri. where here with their son, Charles for Resources d ned road machinery, Washington. D. C. Aliss Olivia li'e- - ami te.u-l- i tlieir children m tlie she went to undenro an operation about a year. The neighbors are re- Loans and discounts ...$143,721.09 j holiday in the school here. Air. James Leach and family have the toot of the eneine being ill seen hald.viu, of liichmond. Airs'. A. W. o as heaven is and her many friends are glad to gretting very much to have such Overdrafts, secured and Avay they should worthy people leave their communi- sweeter to them than ever before. ee her home well again. or heard at this place, and shunned Carpenter and daughters, of llusunsecured 1,350.80 moved to Balltown. Ah Tom Fife of Highland, spent bv the old ditching irang with plows . tonville The litile body was laid to rest in i '(i !. C S. bonds deposited to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Manuel J one night last week with Mr. II. Goff and shovels, our pikes are miniaMr. Wesley Holtzclaw recently the Kubank's cemetery after ser- been visiting relatives in Garrard secure circulation . 50,000.00 Walnut Flat Honor Roll and family. purchased an auto from W. L. vices by Rev. W. G. Tilford. ture brooklets when it rains with Banking house, furniture county. Air. nd Airs. Ott Florence and plenty of mud holes in evidence. Ti. IT. Cannon's dwelling with James Holtzclaw, Bessie Wade, and fixtures 2,900.00 Rev. John Long will fill his reguchildren, of Stanford, visited over Our voters and taxpayers are sore Alary Chancellor, Wilbert Wade, vis- Due from national banks Mr. Eddie Wade is a regular its contents together with his store lar appointment at Pine Grove next containing an entire slock of srood Saturday niht and Sunday. itor at Sugar Grove. He informs his (not reserve agents).... 2,305.01 Sunday with J. C. Hundley and wife. regardless of party connections and Sarah Catron, Thelma Poynter, AH'. AL J. Alorgan is having lumwould appreciate some efforts in Margaret Wade, Verua Poyuter, 'mrii'vl Saturday nicht, Xov. 7th: esGolvin Middleton and nenry Mir" friends that the days of miracles Due from approved reber hauled to build a new house. timated loss- nearly .$4,000, partly acle are still passing jokes on .each 5ire m,t oVor 'et Jls most PPle their behalf towards gcttins: our AlcCe'lan Burge, Roland Garner, serve agents in other Air. John Rodgers, of Highland, pikes in better condition. Tt is a Carrie Wade. Joe Holtzclaw, Ophecovered by insurance. 12.031.1(5 Our sym- othci. It is believed that Mr. Mid", PP". reserve cities has moved his saw mill to the farm lonsrer distance to Lancaster than lia Burge and Sallie Ilolticluvv. The pathy eo"s ,jit for him in his great dleton is a little bit ahead. ihiS .FauB,e Yoim? recently vis- - Checks and other cash j tted at Goshen and at Crab Orch- pupils made the bess loss as he has toiled faithfully and items 2.00 of Air. Goff. He has erected a to Stanford, vet nine out of ten of following t 'ohaek" and commenced sawing i over Sunday. "Notes of other national is a Christian man. always Honor Roll of Rush Branch School! enr people prefer to go to the first grades of the school iu the subjects ' Sui bur Bros, threshed buckwheat named place to trade rather than a icentioKied, Mr. and Mrs. John Randall, of Reading namely: eivins in of his time and means to banks 1,150.00 Lena Manning, Maud, pint Uvk. Pulaski county, were the Fractional Paper Currency, Grade 4. m this neighborhood last week. writing S.illie Poynter, the service of bis Master. five mile drive over the Preaehers-vill- e Thelma Uagans. Grade .. James Hester, m.ent guests of their daughter, A number of friends and relaand Stanford pike to reach the Holtzclaw, spelling Robert Smith, 223.79 nickels and cents A TEXAS WONDER Guy Tucker. Grade 2. Elmer ;jrs Lo, i.oyilter of this plaee. connty seat. Thousands of dollars arithmetic Alary Wallin. language tives of J. T. Brown surprised him money reserve in Lawful Sunday. Xov. the 8th. by civing him Tuclicr, Louise Hester Mary Byrd.j ueV- - i..ir,i finoa his regl,iJir ,,,, bank, viz: of trade co to Lancaster each year James Holtzclaw. geography James The Texas Wonder cutes kidney and Yom country surrounding us. and Holtzclaw, history Bessie Wade aud (Jrade 1. Clarke Reed Mjrtlej pointment at Hebron on the fourth Specie Fifty-on- e were a birthday dinner. 7..S3 gravel, bladder troubles, dissolves present and the tftble uroatied tinder Uyrd. T. J. Hester, Clara Arnold. Sunday. James Holtzclaw, and physiology 8,593.00 cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, pist trotn tlie cause ot nnu roaus. Legal tender notes 1,010 ot" Afr Georsc Naylor. who has been Sallie Holtzclaw. On account rheumatism, and all irregularities of the wcitrht of the luscious dinner, j Mi. Holly Wolford MeUee, Teacher.! Instead of having the prayer Redemption fund with U.S. the kidneys and bladder m both men it Corbin. came home to vote for chicken pox and the rainy weather, lut teacher and pupils ot ituen meeting at Hebron church, duriuir Treas (5 per cent of All enjoyed the occasion and wished! and women. Regulates blaldcr troubles JJraueb. School have organized athe wintei they have decided to meet many of the pupds were compelled 2.5010.00 in children. !:iin many more happy birthdays. circulation) If not sold by your drug- Beckham. Bell Birdjat the Lome, so they will meet with club called "The Liberty W. Brown, of Shelby City, has to miss school and did not get on the J. gist, will be sent by mail on receipt of Club" with a membership of twenty- - Mr. Oscar Holtzclaw next Thursday A Warninq to Hunters Total $224,78. 85 $1.00. One small bottle is two months' rented Ben Kennedy's farm here honor roll treatment, and seldom fails to perfect a for 1915. five. The purpose of this club is to ' night Liabilities The Came and Fish Commission this cure. Send for Well the children to love and pro-- j POSTED Robert and Raymond Holtzclaw, Capitol stock paid in . .$50,000.00 and other states. testimonials from 2926 is sending a special warden into this tect the birds--. The pupils are very Dr. E."W. Hall. guest-mucof Gilbert's Creek were the Boyle Couple Marry Here h Surplus fund 23,000.00 Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by comity with instructions to enforce Mrs. Frank Cordier. Will Cordier. interested in bird study and j hist week of their cousin, Joe Holtz- - Undivided profits, less exdruggists. (adv.) tLe game laws. The Commission Fred Yeihl and Miss Elle Preston, H. C. Baughmau, Gottlieb Uenke, J. take great delight in finding out all claw 3,080.04 penses and taxes paid hopes this Warden will not have to a well known young couple of Dan- S. Hocker, S. T. Harris. the different varieties of birds and NOTICE Misses Lillie Wade and Fannie National Bank notes outmak? arrests, but he and his local ville, came here last week and were Some have already Young attended Sunday School at standing 50,000.00 deputies will actively cover the their habits. beunited in the holy bonds of matriThe open season for hui.ting Try This For Your Cough ten varieties and Rowland Sunday and they report a Individual deposits subcounty from this date to the end of learned as many as gins November loth and every mony by Rev. Garland Singleton. can reproduce them in their natnral splendid school there under the Thousands of eoplo keep cough98,695.81 hunters should procure his license Mrs. Amelia Craig accompanied ject to check the season, and violators will be colors. The club is proving very leadership of Mrs. H. D. Phillips. ing because unable to get the right punished. them here. before going into the field. beneficial to its members and a sucremedy. Coughs are caused by $224.784.S5 Total Women Suffer Terribly from Kidney cess iu every respect. Kentucky, connty of Lin- Foley's Honey and Tar Ctmpaund of Throat and Broucliial State of Dwi't Delay Treating Yaur Caugh Declare War on Rheumatism Trouble coln, ss: I J. H. Hocker, Cashier of Tubes. What you need is to soothe for Creup.. A slight cough often becomes Hundred of imitations Ijave come Rheumatism is an awful thing Around on her feet all day no the above-name- d this inflammation. Take Dr. King's bank, do solemnly Kerious, Lungs get congested, Bron- and gone since Foley's Honey and wonder a woman has backache, head- swear that the aove statement is The loud nothing more painful. Don't let it get New Discovery, it penetrates the delCroup scares you. chial Tubes fill with mucous. Your Tar Compound began 40 years ago ache, stiff swollen points, weari- true to the best of my knowledge hoarse croupy cough, choiring and a hold, but at the first twinges take icate mucous lining, raises the phlegm vitality is reduced. You need Dr. to loosen the grip of coughs and ness, poor sleep and kidney trouble. pnd belief. J. H. Hocker, cashier. gasping for breath' labored breath- Foley Kidney Pills. They work di- and quickly releives the congested Bell's Pine Tar Honey. It soothes colds. You can not get a substitue Foley Kidney Pills give quick re- Subscribed and sworn to before ing, call for immediate relief. The rectly on your weakened kidneys, membranes. Get a 50c bottle from your irritated air passages, loosens to do for you what Foley's Honey and lief for those trobles they strenghten trie this the7th day of November 14. very first doses of Foley's Honey build them up, make them strong, your dnggist. 'Dr. Kiars Ne. mucous and makes your system Tar Compound will do for coughs the kidneys take away the aches, J. W. Hoskins. Notary Pnb'h A! viand Tar Compound will master the rid your blood and keep it clear of Discovery quickly and completely ' resists colds. Give the baby and chil- colds, croup, bronchial affection, la It cuts the thick mucus, uric acid. Keep Foley Kidney Pills stopped my cough'' writes J. R. pains and weariness makes life commission expires February ln. croup. dren Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. It's grippe consrh., and tickling throat. worth living again. Trv Foley Kid" 1916 OOHFTCCT ATTF4-- t. pvwvi clears away the phlegm and opens on hand ready for use at the first Watts. Flovdale. Texas. Money jruaranteed to help them. Only 25c Buy it of your druggist and feel noy Pills and see how much better (&corn, J. D. Depp amd W. G. Cow- - nn and cases the air passages. For sim of rheumatism. For sale by all I back if not satisfied, but it nearly safe. For sale by all druggists. at your Druggist. dntggist. you feel. For sale by all druggists. an, directors. sale by all druggists. always kelpe. When He Was Thrown Out of His Buggy Here Court Day I L'a-diae Airs. Chas. Singleton and family mother, Airs. Laura Aloore leJ't Wednesday tor Kingstree, S. C. to Hard Fought Case Qnickly Decided niukc that city their future home. It By Jury After Lenythy And is with deep borrow we give this excellent lainily up for they are much Interesting Trial beloved by all our people and we fought cases earnestly hope they will do well in One ot the hardest I -- WILL OF MRS. POWELL CHURCH NUPTIALS 1 let-cu- - - -. kb j 1 111 ! iii,i- ? ki-kln- r - -- n. -- ..--, I eon-graulati- on Ale-Robe- rt- I - v. -- tr i ,' ., ci,i o'-spe- in-ta- nt nd y e-t- att ;.' I - -- Pi-do- ,." -. -- i- -; nt Ge-.rg- a. AVed-uesd- ay -- iti Vy 1 one-yar- "'" -- ot-to- -- I ! hiuh-priec- i XA.AA 1 I Mc-Cart- y. - de'-nu- . I 1 :1 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCY. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1914. The Interior Journal Condensed Report to Comptroller Made Oct. 31, 1914 Capital 8HKLTON 41 A M. KAUFLEY STKlO'J-T? Proprietor IN TE- A- ADVANCE Surplus and Undivided Profits $50,000.00 $29,534.00 Bntertd at the pimtuffice .tmnd elat mail matter. at Stanford a I UNDERWEAR much longer. These short sleeves and knee lengths must give way to warmer garments. V 44Hb. VZB TVS ' "543BPF? UNION SUITS they are becoming more popular each season but you must be careful to get a fit. When you say UNION SUITS that means MUNSINGS. m Munsing in union suits stands where I'Vh. Stetson does iu hats they fit you, they ?JL K r m TV are comfortable no cutting in the 0 r r l r vJk ' r 'fl crotch, no binding over chest. Sizes up to 50, prices off- ' j POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The interior Journal is authorized First National Bank Stanford, Kentucky Capital ' You can't put it to announce the following candi dates for office, subject to the August, Democratic iwiniary in 31)15: ! T ilfl( RESOURCES Loans, Stocks and Bonds....$197,488.98 LIABILITIES $ 50,000.00 For Circuit Judge O. A. HARDIN of Mercer county. CIIAS. C. FOX of Boyle county. 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. 15,908.08 Treasury $304,358.71 Total Surplus Earned Undivided Profits Circulation 28,000.00 1,533.95 49,600.00 135,224-76 Deposits Bills Payable 40,000.00 $304,358.71 Total We solicit your Bank Account. J. S. HOCKER, President, S. T. HARRIS, Vice Pres., H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier. are talking The daily papers about this man and that man who uas responsible for the big democratic victory in Kentucky and the elevation of Gov. Beckham to the things senate. Those who know as they are know that to General IVrcy Haly, of Frankfort, more credit for the great things that were nccomplii-he- d is due than to any other one man. And notwithstanding what he done for the party and his friends, he asks nothing at their hands, and seeks no favors. He is pastuius.ter politician, an upright and honorable citizen and as a friend, .steel itself is not truer. l-- L $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 l Ik ; T " 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. imPL Km s ?' v a- I m av S ":' vHfSa ' Jr x r I 1 MWF3W-Mgr,'- "- - PTSTiTS'l& 2W& JMMMaMMIMiBfcMWHBBaOf-fr-MW-r--- r fk? 11 ic!4.,';-- 4 n.s-a- A L. Never -- -f Wai-p,Crac;- :v Like Wood Shingles ''" Rot. Curl or Bjrn- i J j ,ii A' 7"T I I roof with- Thev can be laid right over an old they rr.:.!:e it slonr.proof anJ fireproof. out dirt or buther, and flf'flrCG k Thtrv'xt. inexpensive. For prticu.rs wcod-shsngle I I B WILL STOKE, STANFORD, KEN Clothing,. lothing, Clothing, Men's, young men's and boys' Suits and Overcoats, Mackinaws and Raincoats now at cost We have decided to cut our stock down and have put the prices within reach of all. $25 Suits, all wool test make . . . $15.00 and $20.00 Suits now . : $10.00 and $12.50 Suits now Boy's Clothing very low. All kinds of Shoes now at a very low ... $15.00 $10.00 $ 7.50 price. To buy here means you save big money, the prices are for ROBINSON'S Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank. ONLY TEN DAYS A Telephone for Every Farmer Do yOU want one ? We will tell you how to get it at small cost. Fill out and return this coupon today. CUMBERLAND TEL. & TEL. CO. INCORPORATED. Kentucky actually suffers frojn polities. With one election, which has occupied public attention for ovSTAKES OFF DANDRUFF er a year just over, we are plunged into another, a year head. HAIR STOPS FALLING dates are alreadv announcing for ' ' T1 !l,e Girls! Try This! Makes Hair Thick, J"d5eal woods win ue xuii oi uiein u, mc Glossy, Fluffy, Beautiful No first of the year. More Itching Scalp. ONE DOSE RELIEVES NO QUININE A COLD Wild Geese Alight in Stanford appliWithin ten minutes alter au Capt. Win. Mershon, night "Pape's Cold Compound' Makes cation of D.isderine you cannot liu-- l nf- the K. C. enirhie.i heard a tj a single trace oi' dandruff or falling You Feel Fine at Once Don't squawking near thv hair and your scalp will not itch lot of geese Baughman warehouse Take it Now. Stay Stuf fed-ubut what will jjlcase you :jisI Will ruins of the t ,las-week, and went down i be alter a few wcv:-- ue, vlien you one night Kelief eoiues instantly. to investigate thinking that nome see new hair, fine and downy at A do-- e taken eei" two hoais im-t- il had geese from the iirt ye but really new hair escaped. When poultry yards,among three dotes are taken will end he appeared nii.-egrowing all over tlie seaip. and break up a setook wn tiud fIovV b,fhul; grippe A Utile Dandcrine immediately , lLem' vere euld either in the lie:nl, che-- t. m t?.ll,ierent. V110"8. ,U0S.t double the beauiv of vour luur. So different ikivU ut body or liinh. dilfcrenee how dull, faded, brittle them alighting in wild geese, which It pron.)tly opens, elogged-u- p nosThey were and scraggy, ju&t moisten a cloth town in the head. trils ami air blindthinks with Danderine and carefully draw (.'apt. ilorshon run-- j stops- nasty discharge or no'-ed hv the eleetiic lights of Stanford sick headache dullness :i through your hair, taking one ti'Uiln- 41f1 liYV going south, and mn, iclievca The wall strand at a time. .... effect "'l- tnrp.oc . re throat snee.mg, reveiisiiiK'-- s u.,A i? i viri ,.... i unu j ;ft,.L.i-- , , your nair win ue nam, i ii " .i.. .!....-.- to ailiiiil ... . is amazing . ria iir nun i, jh.ii. t o,i itI1fwi-ni- ! wavy, and hae an ap- - . ., A fluffy Quit blow D ...1 -- llAfl l 11 1llkll llik flVI" ' " ' " would have been,"-- - ml t snmlhng! Jasc your i pearnce of abundauee; ,an lneom- - ' Ui 'l went among them he ;. ki . ... :. ..l- i ..J ii... i.i i it v..ji j puruim; JUSllij ouiimsa uu iv-enabled to invite his friends j(, - ; iiirouuumg iiuau: vsuuihj:. ;i:m-- j" j ance. -lie got right in the the world gives such prompt reneL bottle of Knowltou's gooe upper for Get a which middle of the bunch before they as "Pape's Cold Compound,'' Danderine from any drug store or costs only 2o cents at any drug eounter, and prove that your took wing. toilet store.. It acts without assistance, hair is as pretty and soft as any tastes nice, causes no inconveniMAPfcE SWAMP that it has been neglected or injured ence. Be sure vo'tf Ket the jrenu- ; 90-- 1 by careless treatment that s all mc. Cheston Wilkius, the little you surely can have beautiful hair son of Mr. and Mrs. E. and lots of it if you will just try u Xmas Festivities at Hustonville G. Gilliland was badly burned by 90-- 1 little Danderine. The ladies of the Presbyterian pulling a kettle of hot water over on church of llnstonvile will hold their himself which was sitting on some Lose Their Bby Son 2tl ' coals in the fire place Saturday. annual bazaar on December you can get your Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lay, near Everything was done that laving Here is where vaTnrnersville, have the sympathy oL hands could do to relieve him until Christmas presents in endless to many friends in their death of their the time of the little one's death, riety, and a good square meal will be a baby boy which occurred last week. which occurred late Sunday after- satisfy the inner man. It special occasion, with music. The parents live on Sam Helms noon. The remains were laid to rest iarm. The little one was laid to in the Eubank ceeemtery. Hack! Hack! Hack! Mrs. Alonzo Padgett is improving rest in the Campbell burying ground. know. we are glad to With raw tickling throat, tight in County ML Moriah chest, sore lungs, you need Foley'- Game Wardens at Work Miss Mabel Wnsrht of spent Saturday night with Mis Honey and Tar Compound, and Game Warden J. M. Bail-n- v. Stella Griffin. j quickly. The first dose helps, it of Danville, has been in Lincoln Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Griffin spent leaves a soothing, healing coating eeral days this week with County Sunday at Mr. John Roger.--'. as it glides down your throat, yon Game Warden J. C. Magee, of Crab Lucile Speako spent Thur.--- feel better at once. Every user is a Miss .Orchard They issued warrants for j day night at Mr James Skidmore. friend. For sale by all druggists. throe young men of King's Mountain Miss Maliel Smith, of ( who are charged with hunting with- 111., is the guest of her uncle. Mr. Notice to Hunters. out license. James Horner. We, the undersigned, agree to enChris Dishon is compiling his force the law again-- 1 .. BEAD THIS STOMACH SUFF EKf-t- S! new dwelling. tranners on our farm. Fox hunt" So many stomach sufferers have been MV. Man ford Griffin -g especially prohibited. All hounds Mr. and by a simple prescription of j benefited were m fetantora weunesoay un ionni on our land" roannnti. i vegetable oils which cured a Chicago t druggist of chronic stomach, liver and (cn.r r h, ihe chase, will lie Min-i- di intestinal trouble of years' standing that .it(le liiw.ell McGuEfoy is very ere trespassers and treated j we want you surely to try this remedy. at this writing. cordingly. It is known as Mayr's Wonderful Stom- -i Miss llessic J.IKiuffey lias return-- , Vm. E. McAfee Nora E. Ayer". ach Remedy. One dose will convince 111., Tf McunlKr nrivAc wrmrtrfnl r T'nn from De-atGiven- -. cd home Maurice lief within 24 hours even in the most -- he has been visiting her cr Mrs. Isaac SOhelby, Mioses Shelby, L. Mayr's Vonderful 7va Mercer. stubborn cases. C. Bosley, H. P. Hawkins. I. S. Stomach Remedy is now sold here by . & g01K n. L. Tevis Joe F. Mrs. Nettie Dishon is on the sid: rpcv-1(Penny's Drug Store and Druggists Ev list. Wright, G. A. McRobert- -. erywhere H. J. McROBERTS At last we have a a"Vta,f?T -- razor good enough to Guarantee for Life p! 1 ry Tungsten Shumate's any face adapted to$2.75 and shapes to fit any beard. Sizes and FOR SALE EV bei-ani- e pa-v-age- -j - e ! Penny's Drug StGre, Stanford, Ky. "-- .. r.-iiit- - tJ ,..-.- , i.n. '" 23-ee- nt Moves gjj f GEO. H. FARR1S, Stanford, Kentucky Heaters Heating Stoves, Coal Vases, Coal Hods, Grates, Fire Brick, Tile Backs, FireClay, Lime, etc. at Di-stiic- t W. H. Higgins hu-nir- I ! I j- traii-bu"-ine- s. Boots & Herbs Vtfl--,- a-s- i-k iL r v I GOD'S MED.CSNES HHBHBB- VaMHHW - I ur. wh-e.- si-t- I CHARLIE vK WHITE-MOO- N W Compounded sccording" to the Original & Exclusive Formulas & Secipes cf Charlie The Cow-ho- y Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed the Sfole. Thousands of Testimonials. tho SCIENCE SOPS, for the HuGreat Body-Toni- c. man. Skin. Only. Ask your druggist, cr writo oon, COI-CX-SA- E, i. TitCcTrkoyl-ti- POWER AGAIN DEMONSTRATED e BEFORE 6,000 LOUISVILLE OTHftS ORIGINATOR OF WHITE ROCTS CHETERHi IKBltr. Mrs. CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N Please send me your free booklet describing your plan for farmers' telephone service at small cost. m Hand Stiff for Twenty-Thre- Years Restored to Use By Andes' Great Medicines I b h k:koies A SCIEKE SfE 373! West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky -- 4 Cumberland Telephone I hand. my otunmch and bowels, ily c:ni- Name Mr. Charles S. Smith conductor had completely restored his , ........... named catanh The va- -t throng burst tortli m plaint was variou-.l- v for the Louisville Light & Power cheers for the jrreat medicine that of the stomach, al;scese.-- of ht"iin-- i Company, came to the platform of R.F. D. No .,mnliwli .Mires for and intestinal indii'estic.i:. 1 Isa-night af,cs tll.,t have been counted incur- - bloat in- - i'ulli- - i.iui v..iU : :.ii the Great Andes Friday and j in thu fhost ami sulc. Town and State when an offer was made for a -- bfe. ... lifrhtncss of the head; palpitation of, Mr. E. A. Lindsey, of Beemer, limited nunilier of free demonstra,, ...u...it .t.,tn... . the heart: mucous dripping from the -- -. Address . -- nntK-. tkns to prove to the puonc : anA nnnnwgl m . . ....-- j, i nave Deen nnra oj. ueanug i before the. will do th,i. my throat. I my left ear for 30 years and so constant clean of FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT audience, to which he said he had wi i.nt T wc nnnliln to bear anv- - had a dry, hacking coui?h and very liiivt'i. i be linin of my ' been stiff from rheumatism for 2o thinsr out of it at all. I have used Hcn-icuuuiuu.. . years, he made repeated efforts to Andes' Great Oil and Prescription siomacn were in uc oV nnd halinvo inv hear- -' that my food did me no good what-- 1 bend his fingers, wrist and hand, fnr An unable to use - ;c ri.Bfnro1. All bead ever: consequently I had not the showing that he was He ,.;cc l,ovo onlp,l tliR rniinin of. least bit of energy and simply! them in any manner whatever. I was rubbed five minutes it with t the mucous stopped and my head is as j forced myself to drag around . n bottle of Andes INCORPORATED. used three clear-a-s a bell. I am greatly re-,- 6 iGreat Andes' Oil, when tne -- .i - l..i ai.4. 111 -.- oi.;- l- Vii Great. Presernuion and teel like a him as follows: l ' Andes addressed UIHl JC1 tllL ...! ,"Hold up your hand! Bend statement I do so for the good of all different person. It has cleansed Co. I now digest and your "wri- -t backwards and for- who suffer as I did, for heingdeaf my stomach sr. Don't Forget "Quauty,' v ?'iorl, and my whole fingers, greatly hampered me in my busi nwi.;;,t(. wards as I do! Bend your T feel so cood whe yea bmy thmi and shut your hand! Bend nes and was annoyinir. to say tho has f been built up. opi-when 1 sret up 1 want to go to singfor- least, in private life. T went and to your writ backwards SaIo13- I do ! No, let me hear church with my, wife Sunday and ing and w'ant to sing nearly all the wards as ilfw SIBB9!n T telj vou, Andes' Great Pretie1. you nap your fingers! Now pick heard eery word of the sermon, wonders for up that pencil off the floor and something, I have not been able to scription has worked ' Don't forget Harry Jacobs me." UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER you will have proved to these peo- do for'years." These same medicines are doing Furniture Uattinf, Rugs. Furm-- ple that you have the perfect use of Buys Quality and Mrs. J. M. Stiles of Pratt City great good in Stanford and the t-Sells Quality Only states : vour hand again!" Exchaiit ftr all Kinds Tt county. They are sold- - at Shugars' Of Stsck. And Mr. .Smith did each time as; Telephone No. 164 STANFORD. 1 have been hard of hearing ' 1 STANFORD. KY. he was bid, showing that Andes' Oil catarrh for 16 years; it has gone on. rn? Sstore. 42 FH0NE - -I ili-zin- Call on --s T. D. NEWLAND Opposite Court House . ,..,.,, ,.... s .in M for First Class Field Seeds, Heating Stoves and the best of Groceries Telephone 168 ;- . ,iUr and Telegraph Company i- m-eu- THE-- -JIIH-tM- ,:..j r-- :- J. L. Beazley & n MONUMENT3 EhL BIG SALE Is Still on at L.L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard. Now is the time to get Bargains i- X-- " W 1-- f5,. - . &i I THE INTEB10B JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY. HDVEMBEB 13, 1914. FARM. AND STOCK NEWS LAXATIVE FOB OLD ! r Commissioner's PEOPLE "CASCABETS" on Koute 1, F. Long ior $'J(. Salts, Calomel and Pills Act on t. h. c. iiaker, uear Crau Orchard, Liver and Bowels Like Pepper sold a sow nd pis to Dan '.irouyh-- j flrt in incPiic rtannfir ton last week for t?25. A. M. Mink of the Sugar Grove box now. Get a ten-ceneighborhood, sold (J. G. Hanson a Most old people must give to the steei calf for $22. bowels some regular help, else they W. B. Maynard, on Ihe Huston- - j sutter rom (.onstilmtion. The pike; bought of 1. K. Thuinu, . tUm 1S 1)erfec.tly liatural. Jt is just a horse mule colt for $60 as natural as it is for old people to S. T. Powell of llustonville, sold w:ilk .sbuvlv. For :ilm i ii'eY so to Mitchell Taylor, of Danvdie, J'J active as vouth. The muscles are h- -s head of cattle at six andj elnstie the boWels are mIlg,eles. a hall cents. So JlU ol(l 1eo,,lu 1Iced Cascarets. alter Martin, of '1 urnersvitlc, Une U)i.,llt as wdl rut,llsC to aid Wimk bought from Mr. Wilder, on Green g glasses as to neglect this liner, a .Jersey steer calf here Aon- tl(J aid tu weak bowels The boW nay ior j.u. els n)U&t ,,e kept active, Tuis ls5 i,n llieo Poland, near Preachersville, portunt at all ages, but never so term 1914 in the obedience to a itidirinent o the Lincoln Circuit Court tendered atlhe November In sold a bunch of 150 hogs to J one will oil much n5 nt fiffcv. suit of W. A. Coffey's Hi. v. W.A. Coffy's Ilrs. the undersigned Commiss.-aone- r ( rt'&s last week at seven and a half Age. is not a time for harsh phy cents a pound. The porkers averaged sics. Youth may occasionally whip v.bout 103 pounds. the bowels into activity, lint a George Kankin, near Hubble, has lash can't be used every day. What severely from (cholera the bowels of the old need is a gen" suffered among his hogs. He has had (50 to tie and natural tnic. One that can of S. M. Owens and F. e.!e so far. by be constantly used without harm, at about JU A. L at the mansion adjoining the lauds of D. A. Uaugh, M- the land W tuul containing about 'J3 Sheridan Leach, of Arabia sold The only such tonic is Cascarels, then the balance of the home place. of Ihe late W. A. Coffey, about here Monday to Harrison Hay, of and they cost only 10 cents peibo:v v home place will then be offered; of a mile from Mc-jTtWroora dweUJll!? UIld Garrard, a couple of mule colts, one at any dru;r store. They work while whole. Ahm-- I of u acie oil,,.,,.,, (jn th(j lhu,tou truct aml a two. at public out-- . Kinney, offer for a horse and the other a mare, at you sleep. 91-- 1 ' rv to the highest and be.- -t bidder knob land, adjoining land of Ora torv frame house of seven rooms, $50 each. Sam Helm near Turnersville, the real estate of which he died posrjUooeu aim tne lana or a. iu. ware, two oarns nvo pounry nouses, ci DOXT forget to leave your jar George Moore and Charley Peck, will, tern and other outbuildings on home fe0id tul.ce muje c.oU uue a mare :t J. L. Tenzley's store tomorrow sc:-eas follows: -, then be offered as a whole and by j place. Tin- - liifine nlace will be first ofand two horses to a man named J'or the Orphan Home. The sales will be" on a credit of Trimble, of Pine Knot, McCreary in three panels and then as a, the boundary. fered county, lat week for $145. whole and that bid accepted which' All of said land is in Lincoln t six to twehe months in equal Foley Cathartic Tablets j county, The purchasers will be Kentucky and the home j vest men greater sum. Anderson Nunnelley. near Turthe Are wholesome, thoroughly cleansFoil! teen acre- - of the home tract place is bounded on the north by the j' required to give bonds for purchase nersville sold 14 hogs to Greek;. ing and have a stimulating effect on .en-ilcd from the main body of 'and of M. P. Hamilton and John price with good security, payable to Lutes of the same section, at six the stomach, liver and howols. Kegti-at- e the farm by the lur npike and ad" L. Beck, on the east by the land of .Commissioner, beating six per eent.and a quarter cents a pound. They with no griping and no uuplea-seioininir the land of J. L. Beck and L L. Beck and R. II. Cooper; on the. interest from date of sale, having Lveraued about ISo pounds. after effect. Stout people find G. W. Edwards, a well known far" they give imiuens-- e relief and com.Jme will be offered fir-- t. -- until by the land of D. A. Baughjthe force and effect of judgment V.'aller tract ot 40 acres and Walter Jones ana on the west and seemed y lieu on lanu. mer'thU side of Crab Orchard, was fort. For sale by all druggists. tuen the Ilu-to- n In town early in the week and told the I. J. that this is the 'inc- -t sorCash for Accounts and Notes ghum season he has seen in a numAccounts and Notes collected and ber of years. He made over 400 gall- Claims of all kinds looked after anyon- this season. where in the United States.AbsoluteJy V. Turpin, a Pulaski trader, was no charges unless collection is made. up Monday with a bunch of mixed Our system gets the money. A trial namely, at my residence three- - quarters of a mile from McKinuey, I stuff, lie sold six steers at $32 a wdl convince vou. Bank references. At ;!: nine time and place of land-aihead to J. H. Baughman, near Dan Write today will on ville; one to George Kankin and two May's Collection Agency, Somerset, K-to It. K. Young, of Araid, at about the same figure. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured T. Y. Jones sold a drove of dozas they . en steers to J. H. Baughman, of with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, Catarrh Is acannot blood reach tlit cut of tiltor cuitetitutioual iliseahi--. and in order to cure It gelding, one coming a grass seeder, one cultivator, one Boyle, here court day that averageI you highest bidder the follow, j tw sell to the muit take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh d jack, black with "orn planter, one double A harrow, 000 pounds, ami went at $G..'J3 a Cure- U taken Internally, and acts directly upon imr described personal property:; blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh e wagons, one buggy, hundred. Mr. Jones bought a carload the is not a quack medicine. It was pretwo good! white points, good size, fine style. two f steer.--.l vcjirline; Cure scribed by one of the best physicians in this cow.--, two yearling heifers, one aged jiood foot ii nd bone, a lot of Barred one Frazier cart, one set of buggy of stuff of various sizes paying from country for years and is a regular prescription. Kock chickens, 12 barrels of corn in harness, two sets of wagon harness, three to six cents a pound accord - It is composed of the iiest tonics known, sorrel mare in foal to jack, one 12" with tho bet blood purifiers, acting difield, a lot of good timothy and al and many other things too numerous lntr tn tlio ivntt rectly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect work marc, one eight-yea-rvcar-ol- d comblaatlon of the two ingredients Is J. Hill Wilson, of Garrard, who duces Mich wonderful results In curingwhat proAlso household and old work hor-- e, one pair of three" falfa hav, 100 bales of straw, about! to mention. catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. recently leased the Pallium fiii-ivenr old horse mules- - GO head of nice.! 200 shocks of fodder, one Walter A. kitchen furniture. X. CIIENE? & CO.. Props., Toledo, O. F. TEKMS -L- iberal and will be made ne'r Shelby City, was Lore- Monday Sold by Druggists, price 75c. joung ewes and two bucks, five nice j Wood binder in first class condition, meal hogs. 15 good shoats four ex" one champion niower two hay rakes, known on day of sale. Sale begins trying to buy a bunch of um!e colts. Take Hall's Family Plus for cosstlptUoa. He got several nt prices around iu tra good registered Dttroc sow, one i one Superior wheat drill with fertiliz- - promptly at 10 A. M. PUBLIC SALE two turning plows, .: a hi'.td. lie ftoiiu'U i Piiroe boar, six nice yearling mules. r attachment, J A. B. Anderson at that figure. Fox in two mare mule colts, one splendid ae disc harrow, Dudcerar, of Stanfoitl, sold hh I will at 10 o'clock A. M on two horse colts for $!.. Walter November 27, 1914 Margin sold him a inure colt for $07.50. at ruv farm, two miles north of Crab Orchard, Ky., on the LancasThe Cattle Quarantine Situation ter pike, offer for sale the following: one mare mule Commissioner of Agriculture J. Une brood mure, bred: pair of yearling mules; registW. Newman orcrod his offices re- colt; Jer&ey boar; two thormoved from Frankfort to Louisville ered Duroc pUs each: to fight the cattle plague. He quar- ough bred sows, with ten several shoats, subject to registry; antined Henry county, .gave notice barrel-o corn; suiuehsty that no piddic cattle sales shall be about 30 and oats; farming implements, inheld and said, hunting would bo procluding farm wayon, mowing mahibited if the foot and mouth dischine and rake: cultivator?, fctc: ease was not soon checked. Vigorpony saddle, new; lots of household ous protests against the recent govgoods-- , inculdiug kitchen steel range; ern, order that sound livestock in bed room uitj: organ and other infected herds should be spared, tide.- - too numerous to lmution. by Chicago ai "were made yesterday Made known on day of TERMS men interested in the eradication of (j. V. Dl'KMAM. Crab Orchard. sale. foot and mouth disease. )i-bougiit u cow of I nt Henry James, out TURKEYS and GEESE WANTED Sale Oao-pou- nd SALE OF FARM 1 h w-t- I I I : WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER Lnl ll,ree-niarteihe ale 25, 1914 i J d t. i Will pay highest market price delivered or in the country T. K. Tudor or H. B. Northcott nt i hone 153, Stanford Phone 35, Lancaster E. D. P ENNINGTON, M. C.L. C. C. SALE OF PERSONALITY e. Get You a Good Farm at Low Price sizes, well located on good pikes and close to schools and churches, in Shelby and adjoining counties. It will pay you to investigate them before you buy. I have for sale a number of nice farms of different r WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER ea 25 Ji 1914 G. T. Moore, REFEKEXCE Masans' Meetino Todd's Point, Shelby Co., Ky. J. D. EADS. FORMERLY OF STANFORD. KY.. YOU CAN GET THEM AT THE I. J. Jf you want posters, If you want billheads. If jou want programs, If you want envelopes. If you want noteheads. If you want statements, Tf you want job printing of any description done in the very best style and on short notice, call at the I. J., Office. Stanford. Ky. - iliM-use- old thice-yeai-ol- - two-hors- ! com-bine- -I I n Lincoln Lodge No. 60 l m A. M., meets in stated communication on each first and third Monday nights of each month at 7 o'clock in their hall on Main stieet, Stan fori. Ky. Men bfrs of sister lodges fraternally invited to be present. - DON'T forget the temperance en- tertainment at the Hustouville opera house Friday evening, November 13. one-four- th MRS. ELIZA. A. COFFEY. KEURE1GN WEATHERPROOFS I. M. DUNN. Auctineer Movable School OF s The practical Coat for Men Light Weight, Neat Appearing and Shower Proof. Price $5.00 to $12 W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. House and lot, containing three one mile south ot McKinney, house has four rooms; also a new barn 30x30 feet on the place, and a new storehouse 24xii4 feet, with a small stock of groceries and a fine stand for businss. There is a coin crib, smokehouse hen house, good orchard and fine streets. well of water on the premises. Will also sell a house of three MAKE WORK EASIER rooms, and lot of three acres with Stanford People Are Pleased to fine garden and outbuildings, a mile CO-OPERATI- NG Posses-dogiven from McKinney. Learn How It Has Been Done. STANFORD, KENTUCKY at once. F. E. BRAWXER- - McKinney. 83-- tf Ky. It's pretty hard to attend to duties With a constantly aching back; PUBLIC SALE With annoying urinary disorders. Doan's Kidney Pills have made Having moved to Junction City, THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK work easier. will on I STANFORD, KENTUCKY. So thousands have gratefully tesNovember 18, 1914 tified. at ten o'clock sell at my late farm, and its predecessors is the' oldest bank in Lincoln avoid duplication of work and The3''re for bad backs. four miles from Stanford, on the institutions have combined to The above county, has been in business for kidneys. OF They're for weak have gratefully Somerset pike, to the highest bidState, Stanford people to ve instruction in Agriculture to the farmers of der, 300 barrels of corn in shock; Fifty-S- ix Practical instruction will be given in Fruit Growing, Soil Building, recommended onDoans.several year I one acre of cane; one pair of horse COST. ''Off and for mules; two Jersey cows, will be nw It is a member of the Federal Reserve Bank, and 7 wwM0, olww uruwnig, had a severe attacks o lume back," frf-ssoon; one Jersey steer; 15 or protected by that powerful RESERVE SYSTEM. says John II. Wren, engineer at 20 shoats; two two-horother farm subjects. wagons; Electric Plant, of E. Slain St., Stan- one buggy; one set of buggy - All money deposited with it is securely safeThe following instructors will address the Institute: ford. "Often 1 did work that re- harness and some other harness; guarded and protected. D. SLADE, Ex. Sta., Lexington; quired stooping and at such times corn planter, new; one edtting harC L CLAYTON, Louisville; R. A. OGG, Indiana; D. the became much worse. MAKE THIS BANK YOUR BANK AS, Indiana; MRS. R. A. OGG, Indiana, on Domertic Science and Practical also backache too frequent doire to row; two turning plows; cultivator; a local speakers. Both men and women are cor- pass had kidney secretions both day mowing machine and other impleDemonstration, in Cooking, as well as the ments. Will also sell some house and night. Doans Kidney Pills re- hold good and blacksmith shop. dially invited, lieved me and have never failed to AD0LPH BQDNER, Junction City A School or Institute will be held at Dr. Iknnr L Casei benefit me since then whenl have T. D. EngLsh, Auctioneer. 89-- 3 taken them." SMpa Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't AA attis TO THE PUBLIC simply ask 'for a kidney remedy er I represent the largest and best get Doan's Kidney Pills the same clothing house in this country Ed V. Price & Co., Chicago, 111., DANVILLE, KY. that Mr. Wren had. Poster-Milbur- n My experience in measuring and di91-- 1 Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. OFFICE NEXT LOGAN? ITAIL recting the making of your clothes, tried to burglarize the Campbell House, near the depot, last week, and was boon detected by Capt. V. Al. Mer&hon and J. C lieynold, at the depot. He made such noise trying to get a screen out of a window that he gave himself dead .vuy. Chief Carter now has him on the AGRICULTURE OR Farmers' Institute FORCES Department of Agriculture of Kentucky Extension Dept, of College of Agriculture, United States Department of Agriculture the FREE uram b. Salt-Cott- on Seed Meal Attempted Burglary Wui. Jarber, a strange FOR SALE acres of laud, u'0-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 J. n H. BAUGHMAN & CO. -- Ytars iivc se M-DOU- GL 1 STANFORD, KENTUCKY Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 1 6, 1 7 Come and bring your neighbor. thislco-operativ- J. CM'Oary made-to-ord- Veterinary Surgeon The State Board of Agriculture dfeem the above arrangement an advancement along agricultural lines and feel the County Farmers' Institute e wortSSBi will be given a broader field of usefulness by Calls JtawtrriPrtmly I. W. NEWMAN, Commissioner of Agriculture. Office Phone 194; Residence 204 STANFQRD, -. Dr.WUk,V.S.D. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist :: layttHchr KENTUCKY I Tin Practical TaNcr. gives me the advantage over one who is not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order 1 will promise you a square deal. You will get the worth of your money, either in the cheaper grades or the higher prieed. My fall and winter line of samples are now ready for your iaspeetion. Call and let me show yon. H. C. MJPLEY TREES Fruit and shade trees, Shrubs. Grape Vines, Rhubarb, Asparagus, UNDERTAKE!! AM EHBAUKI thing for Orchard, Lawn and GarIV. den. Xo agents. Free catalogs. H. KfwwCRj jg- - r$ THE INTFRIOR JOURNAL MORELAND STANmRI, KPMTiir.V rRIHAY. NOVEMBER 13, 1914. TOP NOTCH Our stock of fall and winter Wearing Apparel for Ladies is right at its best in point of assortment. The prices are most interesting on account of recent advantageous purchases. We have the best that can be had in Ladies' Suits, Coats, Waists, Ladies' and Children's Shoes, Underwear, Hosiery. Blankets, etc. Mr. &pent ami Mrs. David Eubanks Way-iietsbuiy;. OWE MY HEALTH ' week near They visited Mr. Eubanliss' birthplace and so changed was- the scene to niodren com enieiicess they did not recognize the place as they drove along. Mr. and Mis. Charles Metcalfe from Danville Sunday aim - part of lust mreft-- ' i3bbbbbi I to Per una was Gradually Breaking Down From Confinement to Store. t' SUGAR tiROVE The farmers of this seetion are having lots of tiouble Aith their corn spoiling on account ol wet Children Cry for Fletcher's are the guests oL her parents, Mr -s SEVERANCE & SON PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Social Calendar and Mrs. li. We are soiry to learn of the sick-uesof Mr. John T. Land and hope to see him out soon. Mrs. Wm. Merriuian has been confined to her 'room for several days. Mr. C. N. Petersen, Karl Hanson,, of Hausonville, Va., boots, shoes and cigars. dealer in fine No. 132 South is with relatives at "'The Virginian'' Alain St., Council Bluffs, Iowa, writes: "I cannot tell you how much good for several days. Feruna has done me. Constant con.Mr. Chas. Johnson, of liohbins, finement In my store began to tell Term., is on a t to his father-in-laon my health and I felt that I was K. L. Hopkins. gradually breaking down. "I tried several remedies prescribed Mis.-Mollie Harmon Campbell, by my with manentphysician, but obtained no perafter a several days' visit relief until I took Peruna. I friends at Jollico, Tonn., has refelt better immediately, and five botturned to her home at IIntonviih. tles restored me to complete health. Mrs. Randolph ('of fey has been I have been in the best of spirits since, and feel that I owe my health on the sick the pat week. , to it" Messrs. Xonh J'ishop and Coul- ' Catch Cold Easily. Mr. Arthur G. Peterson, R. P. D. ter White are now running a meat i:iaiket on Main street and will be 21, Box 21, Oinro, "Wisconsin. He glad to have their many friend-giv- e was In the habit of catching cold easily. them a call. He says: "It has been seven months now since I have taken any 'Peruna and I haven't felt the least touch of cold since, and I am positive HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT that I am now rid of the tendency to catch co' I'eruna Is a wonful The People's Market Place AdverC. Sundidge. vi-,iw, weather. jir. and Mrs. Richard Chandler were the guest.-- of their parent- -. Mr. ami Mrs. S. M. Chandler la- -t Sunday. Rev Sowaids will fill his regular appointment at Pine Groe next Sat-- j unlay night ami Sunday. Rev. G. W. Livingston - quite ill at this writing and it is hoed by his many lriends that he will soon recover. Mr. Tom French has been visiting ' relatives in Lancaster county. R. F. Lori; exchanged a muley colt to A. M. .MinK for a heifer. llenr James sold u, cow to G. D. Roone for 4 cents per pound. John Pence and T. M. Mink are having lots of trouble with their toitwo-year-o- The Kind Yea Have Always Bonglir, and which has been in use for over SO years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his ner-sonal supervision since its infancy. iC4cA4ACl Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooare but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experimeat dU. ftffjt d" ld 1- -2 bacco burning. li-- 4 Riehaid Chandler has re" turned, home from Richmond, Ky., where she went to undergo an operation and her many friends are glad her at home well auain. to Mr.--. -ee Castoria is harmless Castor Oil, Pare goric, Irops and Soothing Syrnps. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other .Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys AVornis and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty yva-- x it has been in constant use for the relief of Constitution, Flatulency, "Wind Colie, all Teething Troubles a::d Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and liov.cis, assimilates the Food, giving healthy ana natural sleep, The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. CASTORIA What is substitute for a tise What You rave remedy." Thoso to Sell Insure vour oronertv wih Bromlev & Cromlpv. Stanford. Kv. KineaiJ has been in Lebanon for almost two weeks. Mi Florence Mel lure, of Eubank, as been the guest of Mr. and Mr- -. M. F. Lawrence J lev. and Mrs. L. C. Kelly, oj l.imphcll-ill- c, are guests of her parents. Mr. and Mm T. b Xcw-lanMr- -. lets. . object to liquid rnedi-cincan row procure Peruna Tab es HEARD ABOUT TOWN Hon. Charles C. Fox, of Danville, who announced this week as a enir didate for circuit judge, was in Stanford early in the week, shaking Hands with his many friend- - and meeting with much encouragement, hi- - many friend--- ay. ? GENUINE CASTORIA tBears the Signature of ALWAYS &&tfffik&u The Kind Ion Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years the eorv nrvr vork city crx-r- . High School Play Being Rehearsed W. 1'. iwv. -- 17--T- iie Jitfok Club .1. will h.oe: .vjilj Mr- -. oVJocJv. J. Foster at two will Xo. li) HK.e Hook Club jiieel tuli Mi Leusa Harri- - at her d. out my entire stock The Stanford High School will W. present a play entitled "A Kentucky of milliner at eoht. Mis. Walter Ul-- 2 Saimdor- -. Relic,'' on tho 2oth of November unwill sell a Siiv.'M der the direction ot Mrs. Pickett FUR SALE sewing niachine, good as new. ery Rehearsal- - .ire now well under way I'lieaj). Mr- -. E. C. Eubanks, More-lan- and gie promi-- e of great siic-e-- . Ky. There will be plenty ot good music I AM clo.-in- g 1 d, County Attorney Rodman Keenon, of Mercer, who has been in Stanford this week engaged in the Powell will ea-- e, is spoken of as a probable candidate for the democratic nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney in this district. Mr. Keenon lias a great many warm friends in Lincoln and would run like wild fin in this county, should he decide to enter. A. Notice To Tax-Paye- rs k jjf' LOST Gold Odd Fellows tlnee -J. W. J.aughinan, Henry link niii at bati.ing on Green River. niu- -t be are to see the "Cry Ruby 'auuh(i:au and James lJaughuicii return to John Hooker, (."horns." ter. a iv the truest- - of Mr and Mr- -. J. Reward for Nov. '2t itajitil Lahes will II. Miighiiiaii at "Hill Top" near U. F. D. 3. Stanford. have ait c.chanue. LANCASTER Danville. FOR SALE Nice picked apples lion. Harvey Helm oL at GO cents vn- bushel. II. 11. JONES, Mrs. J. T. has returiied An Active Liver Means Health 1). L'. Lana- - a recent visitor in we- -t of Highland. Stanford two home ii.un a vi-- it Jo relatives ia " If you want good Health, a cleat R. miles3. p caster. F. D. Ahiimdn. Va. eoinpie.vron ami freedom from Dizzi.l Mr- -. 1. S. Dnun ami children ol Mr. ami Mr- -. Alvis Ead- -, of llu :ie-- -. Biilou-nes- s. Constipation, Mrs. Lexington are here with To the taxpayers of Crab ionvitle. have been vjsitimr their ITeadacIu and Indigestion, take Dr. -, Mr. and" Mrs. J. D. the penalty will go on your Oir.iii's parentuncle, Janice 11. Fad- -. King's New Life Fill- -. They drive school tax after December Lt. O. Gulley. 11. Ead. of Spe.ir-s- , Mrs. J. Ivy., out fermenting and umiige-te- d football team deThe Lanca-t- er :d. LACKEY, Treasurer. -- pei.dinn a week with her father, food- -, dear the Blood and cure feated the Nicholasville Hiyh School Jame- - 11. E.ids. Only 2Je. at your drugLOST- - Dlack hat with feat'ieisl football team upon the athletic L. W. Co: in. m. ,i" Craw ford-vjil- e, gist. and tiiiumiii'-rs- . Reward for return grounds, the scoie standing lb to Ind.. wa here this week the irue- -t Mi-- & John-o- n, R. D. , in favor of the Lancaster boys. Annie to of Mr-s- Lucy M Hartley. GREEN BRIAR 91-- 1 Rev. J. V. Rogan has closed an inStanford. Mrs. Mildred Ueazley has re YV are glad to ee the cold weathteresting revival at Old Paint Lick ir.inru to Lancaster after a visit to er again. OLD FURN1TIRE FOR SALE Church. relatives and friends here. Mi- and 1 Jiave two very handsome canopy Mi Pearl Bettis is in Frankfort Mis. 1'. L. Bruce has been eon-fin- lejoieing Mr. Geonie IIeynold ar over the birth of u babv bels at my home on Somerset street. ofr a visit to her sister,-Mrs- . Jessj to her home for several days 91-- 3 boy. A. P. Brackett. Arnold. on .i'eouut of illness. Mr.-. Asco Clauneh ih her Mrs. V. S. Walker is. at home aftMis. li. W. Keenon, of Ilarrods-burt- r. thi-- , week. FOR SALE Eight room cottage er a protracted visit to Mrs. Calloher is the gue- -t of her sister, Mrs. Mi. and Mrs. Talbert', Cuiti vis with one acre lot; plenty fruit and way at Smithtield and Mr. and Mi's. T. W. IVnniiigtoii. ited her father and mother Saturday good garden and outbuildings, on Towles Walker in Cornersville, Ind. B. M. Goodpaster, of Owinss-ili- e, East Main street. See 11. 1). Al Mrs. Brace Lawson entertained thi- - week the guest of night and Sunday. was here 80-4- p Mr. Willie llorton has been very d ridge. at a well appointsu course dinner at Mr. ai.d Mr. Walter G. Smith. ill. her pretty country home, the honreu Mrs. Hatlie Speed Orr, of Paris, Wetldinu nresents at Mueller's iew-el.Mr- -. J.jbn llorton is improvbeing her sister, Mrs. 0. U. Ternil been the yuest of Mrs. J. U. store. ing at thi-- writing. of Fleming, Ky. Weatherf'oi'd here tliis week. 3Ir. Ward Ihiiieli is making sorThe last meeting of the ChautauMis- - Lillie Shagai-?- , of Richmond, 1 WOCLD like to rant a Rluegras-fari-n, ghum for .Mr. John Howard at this qua Circle was with Mis Bettie spent vever.il day- - this week with will pay cash rent or on Robinson. Their theme for discusher brother. W. K. Shiiuar and fain-:l- y. place. Mr. and Mrs. John Leach will shares. Write Arno Gutenson, sion was Tennyson in the Isle of p R. 2. leave the 34th for a big trip. We Wight and his interesting poems. Mis. Kate Waters and little They Litcilc JUid Louise, have been hope i hem a safe journey. Iloiman Brown, sou of Mr. Ge.j. LOST An upper plate foi set of v. ill be gone until about Xma. recovering their brother-- . Uobcrt and between cit limits and Win. BroAvn of this place is Mr. and Mr". A. C. Mun-iand teeth, . Water- - at St. Loui. Mi John from a lecent operation for ap.!i-Soshia and Marelo went to Fields'. If found in good condition pendicitis performed in the Danville foliri. reward for if turn to ofiirc of Dr. . .Mi- -s Margaret McCorniaek, of J'.irlnr (trove Sunday to church. Hospital. 01- -1 Pennington, Stanford. Mr. Gaiue- nioxing to W. Hi Miss Maymc Lee Marsee was iJI. - the truest of her ss to the members of the Phila-the- a trr. Mrs. Lotrau Hubble, out on the (iieen Iiier. FOR SALE Three Jersey cows, A. .. and Levi Munoie made a i'ly-in- ir pike. Lane class of the Baptist church at good ones; one gixinir milk; the othtrip to Mrodhead week. Mi aini Mr- -. J. 1. Foster. Mr. her home on Depot street. Inviting er two will hi i'rcdi m three and six -- ml yh- -. J. C. Ih.s. Mi.' J. Mock- theSunday will be the g.la- -t day of week.- -. V. C. Gilliland, Kings Moun- refreshments were served the gHcst' -- iniiin Let at Wayne.-hurer mid Mi-- s Beltie I'a.xton attended Dr. S. P. Grant and Mrs. Grant tain, Ky. 911. Ifei'l Hog-e- it wedding at Dan- everybody eoine. the f Danille were with Lancaster Mr- -. George Gaiue-- ,' father has J I1AVK moved my garage to the relatives the past week. ville We.hwlay niulit. Dick" Denny. wh- ha been in the. conn- - to ,pend the winter with her. Mr. ijnd Mis. Mike Hay ; of LouisLincoln Garage. Will be glad to -- ee Mi-,- 5 Zana Siin is staying with w- -t tor -- eeral years. arried hero ville are sruests of Mrs. Hays' parmy friends m that plaee where they Friday iiioramir for a vi-- it to hi- - . Mr- -. Eihl Xaylor of Eubank this will receive the fjune kind treatment ents, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Zanone. M- i- Mel.'e Hennv. He - be- - week. Elder Frank Tinder, son of Elder 90-- 1 the past. Dexter Bnllou. w; A I ended the fglad hand" by Mr. Theo Hastin's eliildren Jiave of V. M. Tindei and Mrs. Tinder of , been very sick. his ii'rs.v back home. place, a student in the Bible FOR SALE Pure bred Indian Nora, Sarles of Waviier,lnirs Mi White Plymouth College of Transylvania University, Runner Ducks, Mi-. Wa-hingto.i, Ikouc in l he Miiiliy at two o'clock. .Sow ill The Current Event Club aid n. ei with Mr- -. J. B. Fos- and lot of J'.m for everybody You Lexington friend- - aie wcleomi:.;. Logan Denny, ot San Francisco, who formerly lixed here, and who gue- -t the of hi- - brother, .lame- - G. Ha-kle- 3 Denny. Mr. Denny is the owner of of a very -- uce ful -- tring of horses which he la- -t raced at Vancouver, R. ('., and lie is now en route to Juan 8!)-:$- Lexington Leader. Or-elia- rd You Make Friends By Recommend-in- p a Reliable Kideny Medicine called at n.. door yesterday meaning to leave .. sample of your noted Swanip-itoand I am certainly plea-e- u to sec anybody connected witli the firm who makes a medicine which lias done so much for me and my family. A i'e.. years ago I suffered from a terriuu pain in my back and when 1 was up around the house 1 had to walk with my body bent nearly double. 1: you had placed u thousand dollar: above my head I could not sliaight-e- n up to get it. Hearing of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t I sent to you for a sample hot. tie and from the effect-- of that small amount 1 was sure it would help me. so 1 bought one bottle and it Your representative o. ha-cure- d 1914 As required by law. the taxpayers must meet the Sheriff at hisappointments and pay their taxes. I. or one of my depnties, will meet you at the following places as indicated by dates and days below: j- Coii--tipaho- ii. . ed -- -- Crab Orchard, November 14. King's Mountain, November 21. Waynesburs, November 20. - Hustonville,November 23. Remember 6 per cent, penalty, interest and cost will be added December 1st. Be sure and bring your road claims with you and they will befpaid. rv -till 5 me. Way-nesbur- g, i)0-2- -is- -ters, M-hi- utr c es 1 ti. i- -i- lb s ho-te- tei- lat 'Shortly after that, my husband who was a coal miner, was suffering from kidney trouble and coni. not work and I sent for some Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t. lie wa.-i-n a terrible condition- - hut as th doctors had not given me any re lief. 1 had more faith in Swamp Root and it was- well founded, for i: did the work, and after takimr few bottles he was completely cured. 1 daily recommend the use of Swamp-Roto my friends and Sincerely vonrs, neighbors. MRS. JOHN NORDQriST, ot J. G. WEATHERF0RD, Sheriff of Lincoln County. CONDENSED OF CURRENCY OF REPORT TO COMPTROLLER S Li , In County National Bank - -- Galeton. Po"p:i. Sworn and subscribed t before i. r thi- -, "Nth day of May, 1912. W. T) Allen, J. P. I I I I I 1 s!-J- r." i- Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. Swamn-Ro- ot ) j ! lri-iul- s tl-i- s f Cora Somes Off "Gets-It- " surp-as-fa- te as j Easy as You Please! Being Used by Pntwn ! It is the first time tliat a real. discovered. corn cure has ever been 'GETS-IT- " is the new Find tbcLad Wlto Uses tWe World' Greatest "GEXWT." Cora-Care. based on an entirely new principle. It is a new. different formula, never successfully imitated. It mutes corns shrivel and tlun vanish. Two drops do the work. You don't bundle up your toe any more with sticky tape and plasters that press down on the poor corn no more ealves that don't "stay put." no more hacking at corns with knives or razors, bo more bleed-in- jr or dancer of blood poison. No more limping around for days with sore cirns. no more corn pains. "GETS-IT- " Is now the Wgirest-senincom cure ia the world. Use it on any hard or soft corn, wart, callus or bunion. Tonight's the night. X3irrs-rT- ,t Is eold tear dregtfsta everywhere. 95 cents a bottle, cr seat direct by cora-enfie- r. flesh-eatin- pr B JE. Lawrence Co., Chicago, For sale in Stanford at Shugafs' Drug store her aunt at this place lasti Rock, White Leghorn and Buff preached his hrst sermon at Stron: Orphington chickens. Mrs. II. R. t reek in Harrison county. nO-- tf L. K. Perkins sold 21 head of 14(10 Panfloy. pound cattle to Bean & Hutchins of to be shipped to THOSF. who are indebted to me, Danville for please call and settle, as 1 am clos- the eastern market. ing out my business and all accounts Rev. W. D. Powell of Louisxille, will iro into the hand of a collecevangelist of note inSthe state Mrs. Walter W. Saun- preached at Mt. Tabor church on tor Dec t. 01-Sunday. ders. tfr at thi- - plaee Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Barnard have Mr. and Mrs. John Leach enterWANTED Baptists to be pres- letnrned to Washington, D. C., after tained some of their friend-- ' Satur- ent at the morning service Sunduy, a visit to Mis. Barnard's mother, day night. Musie by Mrs. Edlo Dec. fith to answer roll call of the Sirs. Pattie Gill. Curtis and Mis Morlelo Muncie. church and enjoy the anniversary Mr. R S. Brown, who recently Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. A. services to be held at that time. AH sold his stock of merchandise to 0. Muncie, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Mun- the members of the church expected Itfr. G. M. Lyons, of Paris, Ind., 91 -- It has been invoicing his goods the and Marlelo Mun-ei- e. to be present. cie, Mjes So-b- ia Mr. and Mrs. Edd Leach, Mrs. past week. The new merchant comes Edlo Curtis. All had a fine time. to Lancaster well recommended, he Mr. and Mrs. John Leach enter- having had 16 years of experience in handbng dry goods. It Really Does Relieve Rheumatism Mrs. Mildred Beasley is in StanEverybody who is afflicted with ford isiting herMaughter. Mrs. Wm. Rheumatism in any form should by Hays and family. all means keep a bottle of Sloan's Mr. Ernest Sprague of Towns-vill- e, Liniment on hand. The minute you Mrs. Joseph Hutsan of Philafeel pain or soreness in a joint or delphia accompanied Mrs. Frank for Motherhood muscle, bathe it with Sloan's LiniI'arhegh n her car to Lancaster and MOTHERHOOD ia mot a ' ment. Do not rub it. Sloan's penei' j guest- - i Mrs Win. R. .ok. time for experiment, bat for trates almost immediately right to qaahtiee, and motkinr On Wednesday evening at the fwm lhe seat of pain, relieving the exceeds the valae of good home of the bride's parents, Mr. and cheer, aeedfal exercke and swollen feeling and making Mrs. J. B. Conn, their daughter, SCOTT'S EMULSION. the part easy and comfortable. Get Miss Estelle and Mr. Wm. A. Garri-qu- e, SCOTTS EMULSION charges the a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25 richness, of New York City, were united Mood with cents of any druggist and have it in oppresses nervous conditions, aids in marriage, Rev. J. Rockwell Smith against cold?, sore and: tne qvauvy ana qutuiui y ux uu the house A wedding was and insures sufficient fat jfj officiating. bridal warty; dinner young swollen joints, rheumatism, neuralserved the The TP Ik COD UVEROIL gia, sciatica and like ailments. fedfe. h UMa4 SODA hd Vflf couple left soon after the ceremony HUf mMlkMlMiMfeltMlMIMtr. Your money back of not satisfied, ApeUSmkrtitmf. fhAleehml gL for New Orleans, where' the groom ! " " but it does give almost instant relief Is engaged in business. Vi-H- ed si-t- week. Mr. Dud Sims worked for Mr. Vireil Iieynolds Ia- -t week. Mi-- s Maisie Draswell taught chool a few days lns-- t week. Mit-- s Siuulelou was very sick. Mr- -. Zehna llorton is viitinu: her Min. Ruby llorton this week. Mr (irover Wateh isited his -er, -i-r :-- I-- Will Do For You Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co. Binghampton, N. Y., for a sample size bottle. It will convince anyone. Yoi will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sun antl mention the Interior Journal. Regsize hot ular fifty-ceand ties for sale at all drug stores. nt one-doll- ar Prove What Stanford, Ky., at Close of Business. Oct. 31, 1914. RESOURCES liabilities Loans $355,722.52 Capital Stock....?100,000.00 U. S. and LinSurplus and coln County Drafts. 106,439.62 131,600.00 Bonds Circulation 100.000.00 Banking House 10,176.26 Deposits 174,834.27 Federal Reserve Bills Payable... 65,000.00 2,017.50 Bank Stock Cash and Bank Balances 46.757.61 $546,273.89 $546,273.89 W. H. SHANKS, President. W. M. BRIGHT, Cashier. 2. Asthma and Hay Fever A Guaranteed Treatment "I have arranged with the New Star, ford Drug Co., so that every sufferc from Asthma, Hay lT2er nr Asthma in Stanford can try my treatment entirely at my risk." Dr. Rudolph Sshiffman announces. He says: "Buy package of my Astlnnador a or Afthmador Cigarettes, try it and if it does not afford you immediate relief, or if you do not find it the t you have ever used, take u ea-U the New Stanford Drag Co., and the; will return your money, cheerfully am withoat question .vnatevcr. Altti sec ing the grateful relief it has affordec" in hundred of cases, whirh had been considered incurable, and which had been given up in despair, I luow what it wi: do. I am so Mire 'hat it will Cc the same with others that I an not afraid to guarantee it will relieve instantaneously. The druggists handling Asthmador will return ir.i money if you say so. You are to be the sole judge and under the posn'.ve guarantee, absolutely no risk is run in Lining Asthmadbn" Persons living elsewhere will be supplied under the same- ccarantee by their local druggist or direct ty Dr. 70-R. Schiffman, St Paul, Minn. 50-ce- fH I km Ina Y A-- RICHMOND, KY. J TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS lm Cohrses leadin to Elmnentarv, Intermediate and Life Suite Certificates. Vaiidin all Public Schools of Kentucky. Special Courses and Review Courses. Tuition Free to Apiointecs. Two splendid dormitories, new model school, new manual training building, practire school, department of agriculture, a well equipped gymnasium. Domestic Science. First Term begins September 7. Second Term November 16, Third Term January 25. Fourth Term April 5, Summer School opens June 14, Catalogue Fre- -. G. cRABBE, PrsMtm. j. nt i.i-f- re-nc- k Strength Men and Women to'sell the most renarLable world this year. 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