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The PROMINENT WEST ENDER DEAD INTE&Ior Stanford, Lincoln CwBiy, Kentucky LATEST WAR NEWS COL. WALTON FOR Established IM0-5- 5th Year Ho. 92. Tuesday, November Journal JM 17, 1914. Data Os Lafetl PressUy. aai Tuesdays and Fridays SCHOOL TRUSTEE CASE FAR HEARING TONIGHT HUSTONVILLE PURYEAR ANNOUNCES i Miss Ola Williams and sister bft hist week tor Jacksonville, Fla., vherc they will meet Harry Neal, Col. W. frWalton formerly of this place, but now of Dade City, Fla., and Miss Ola Wilsection of the state will take off liams and Mr. Xeal were united in their eoats and go to work for him marriage. They will return to Dade at once. He is a democrat of the ( ity to make their home. The bride old school, uncompromising and un- is the beautiful daughter of Mrs. afraid and in every way qualified Bettie Williams, while the groom is and experienced for the position he the son of Mr. and 11k. J. C. Xeal. asks of the ;"party. He has worked We extend our best wishes to the Tuesday morning, ' four o'clock counties Mondav. for its success all his life without young couple and hope them much causing- te deraiimnt of the engines Anti-- I (literacy Campaign Started! reward, and deserves this little con- joy and happiness. MIDDLEBURG and about tour ireight cars. 2o one i - Lwicn Reiner, of Winches-boun- d -' sideration after a life time of servwas hurt. Train No. 81 was southMrs. J. C. Xeal, who has been S. J. Bell is building a dam by a ice. The Lexington Herald said in ' ter' slokt ,K'fon' "" Woman' club 'n,'h thron-- h their position- -. fcT,,,, ! !l V."0' and standing on the main quite ill at her home in Dade City, Miller of New He already has a. mill 1)3' nuiking announcement of his cano Stanford last week, Wk, II. J. Derthic, w;th t,e supporting mill site. j of t,R. tllir,, track waiting for train No. 54, a Flu., is very much improved. ot Indianapolis, W . II. Warren, ol tl,e ,novc",ent whlp' ha n put a dam site. ..A ;..., fJ. f. hH ".,, didacy: double header, to take the siding. ' Mrs. Helen Huffman has gone to uidianpolis. President Jos. a. bcrc-lu- i, Farmers are busy gathering corn n foot in Kentucky to raise a fund rn',nn nM-tCol. W. Pi Walton, veteran news- Washington, D. C, to make a two cnenrys territory where after tvr,t Ti.n wu.u hni,;.,.i ....-c,... u... ..... n J .. good. paper editor and one of the of Cuyhoga College. New York, end runs by Coleman and Anderson n he;u ami Ihc rails were so slick to stnTOP out '"'teracy. She was and the crop is being reported weeks' visit to her niece, Mrs. Mel-H- e President R. II. (. rossfield, of Transhis has moved E. Kentucky, Democrats in and a line buck by Powell. F.mbry that the engineer on the latter was heard b-- a good sized audience at farm A. Wesley Creek and to Gibbs aud family. Brock whose work as an editor has been ylvania University, Lexington and succeeded in carrying the- ball on Hites A campaign - the Clinstian church. unable to stop in time for the waitMiss Bessie Lightner, ot the ing tiain, driving :14's engine hack has beeu 'naugurated to wipe out Oodiey nas moved to uie college of inestimable value to the Demo Good Samaritan hospital of Lexing- President of I'rair.blett. of Uethauy across the line for a touchdown. College. West Virginia, liev. D. M. Embry punted out to the 20 yard thron-rl- i four ears. A small amount """Taey in tue stare Dy me j'ear dormitory. Sheriff Silas Asldey was cratic party in Kentucky last night ton, arrived Tuesday to take charge "Walker, pastor Deputy of the Stanford line but no one received the ball. 1920. announced his candidacy for the of trackage was torn up. with here Tuesday collecting taxes, nc Democratic faomnation for Secre- of Will N'eal who has been quite ill is Christian church is All hut one pass failed in the raked in quite a number of shekels tary of State iu the primary iii better at present and hopes are that them in every way possible. game on both sides. Wilkinson and HON. C. A. HARDIN he will still continue to improve. in a verv short time. did fine work on the ends I Embry August nexf. , -Miss Lightner come highy recom. Judge H. D. Gregory wWe .are, authorized to ay that the for Stanford. mended us a trained nurse from a M.cpuuncan niajomy in uie SfpM'SL comes froic California that Thi. is the largest score bv which editor and owuer of the SCTmforu that "Hospilal. 'Mr: Seaf hasVery election in this county was 21 in- - Interior Journal, recently sold his "f"-- . election," Judge II. D'. f Stanford" fursr-ere- r In the recent .defeated tb.-j-stead of 317 as published in the interest in the Richmond Climax to attention given him by his many Gregory, formerly of Kentucky, j XormnJ. The line-u- p was as follows: mends, both gentlemen and ladies, Judge Grant E. Lillv and has been of the surrounding community and whose wife is a daughter of Judge j SHS E K" S V aulereuce ol H)U votes. We suppose "out of a job" a he put it. except .." nothing has been left undone for James P. Bailey, of Stanford, was 'Wilkinson .... Ir Shearer Henry thought a majority of only for the edtoriul work he has beeu District or County. Judge .. ... ... t ,r ... o his comfort, during his illness. I . lm !. 217 m Casey was "too bad."' l.RG Lulte county by a majority of j Amlt.IOJl doing on The Herald, work that has C. M. Back is treating the old oi Morgan J. C. Coulter bought four fat been a popular feature of the edic stone building in the West End of V00 votes. Jud-- e Gregory is a j Tm.kir Ro hogs .f McL). Fogle at seven cents torial page. He has also been doing r f, town to a new metal roof, which is iiroiument Hull Moose of the Golden I p.-i.ilis . .. at:u , .Hills Es-s- 'c l..f Rev. C. T. Clnuneh and Miss the ''State Press" for The Herald, a great improvement. This building est suiie, one oi. me lew piaccs Farmer LT House general As Ilanly attended the where the Prigressies showed any but this work has not been sufficient LE Doty sociatiou of Baptists at Somerset to provide an outlet for his great en- has been standing for many days and strength iij the recent election. His Fmhry S. F.mbry Q is good for many more to come. Simmons i last, week ergy and he has decided to buy an-- ( It is said that the stone that was many friends "back home' arc de- Powell . .... FF. Kelly Clarence Coleman, though perched other paper or get into polities. used in this house was hauled from lighted oxer the honors he has at- E. Anderson .. "RH Jett pretty high in the city of Louisville, r 'A'.VMKXVl ?. JC3tI.i ..A fr'r ..v. it ..'"!. Not fiuding the newspaper ho the farm that Mrs. M. M. Dunn owns tained in the West. , 'r. Coleman LH MePougal i?iz jr!. i ?:' does not overlook his friends back wanted available the Colonel has ,y..' Till Keferee TJout : umpire Poniard on the Middleburg pike, four miles He keeps them pested iu Casey. - &&&, ibivi si made the jump into the political from here. AT the Opera House the 2.3th of timekeepers Mount and Mobley; on matters in the city and the whole race and for the first time in his j Corn shucking is the order of the "ovember, a local talent play A head .inesman Menefce: time of world as to that matter, by sending life is asking the 92-- 1 party he has long day now and some of the finest ev- Kentucky Dellc." ouartei-12 minutes. them the dailies and other periodi- hope of reward or er seen in this section, is being harserved without ! cals that are greatly appreciated by fear of punisment for the nominavested by the farmers. Wheat is all us poor mortals in the country. BBBBBBMT1BBBIB?MB1MmmMBmmMMmm,.WmWMM HMEJMBrMy BiK T?wP f tion for Secretary of State next sown and is looking fine, although Rev. C. T. Claunch has closed a year. it has been needing rain. meeting at Valley Oak Baptist Colonel Walton is the first candichurch with ten additions. date to announce for this nominaETNA We want to endorse the sentiment tion, but there have xbeen rumors On the 7th. the Master visited the of Dr. R. H. Bohon, as expressed in that Senator Charles D. Arnelt, of W. A. Meas-- h his article some weeks since on the Morgan County, was considering home of Mr. and Mrs. s and took from them a jewel ot pardoning of Henry Yontsey. It is the matter and that he might anxvhich little ' true it looks hard for Yontsey to nounce his intentions at an early their home leaxin- was their little only one son. Dayal, suffer and the rest of the scoun- date. girl. Their precious one was ill for drels who are more guilty than he Colonel Walton's announcement several Aears with a complication go free. We fail to see how a gov-- I e.ukUed in that language that is ,'l disease. The people of the coin- ernor with an uplifted hand sworn characteristic of his newspaper fsVKjK aJ iaJ "'E&Fi.lH. tfJ mud all the aid to execute the law could so forget work and that made people who sel- inanity at large rendered they could and the best physicians i the oath he has taken as to set them dom looked at an editorial column, (From the Lancaster Record) summoned, but all in x'ani. It free. But this action of Ex"(Jov. read the editorials of the Interior were ( andulatcs for the respective is.htical parties for the nomination seemed almost to break the hearts for Circuit Judge of this Judicial district will he selected at the next Willson does not lessen Yontsey s Journal and the State Journal, of the young parents to hax'e to bemurcrime. He is a August 1915 primary. whether they approved the views exthe pale form, derer and the part he took in the pressed or not, was in answer to an hold the scene of In tiiis issue of the Record Judge Charles A. Hardin, who now while friends ami relatives gave all . 1 ! P fl. flw. lnlMi til. rti'Fwwt I'i'IHiwf !. T.iI..n AT O assassination of Gov. Gocbel was de- - inquiry as to the truth of the report consolation that could be given. AfSuaiiiy, asks for the 'democratic 'nomination. It has been nn established wMt? and actuated by what he that he intended to run. He said: ter a song and prayer Kev. J. S. get Olltotlt. Yontsey , ., , ! : ? mi- .i..:,.:..i. i nu IV.ilS mi i.i 4... xeiioiuiuaiu LailUlUl iu Gibson made a short talk, but to cieniocraiic otiicxais ...1... should not be pardoned. The law honorably and efficiently perform the duties of the office during the Secretary of State and am so on the point and the last respect was first, term as an endorsement, and especially is this 'true of a demo-ci- w ould not be satisfied, neither my own initiative. I have" not been paid, after which the remains were wcnild society be made better by vho is filling out an unexpired term greatly urged in person, nor have I laid to rest in the Etna cemetery. setting him free. Judge Hardin has been upon the circuit bench, which has Siiiv been flooded with letters asking itjjiiSaMMMMMMMMPMMgSMNMMMMMMMl Mr. John Allen sold his farm on The remains of Mrs. Coffman, been about three ears. he has worked hard and succeeded in clearing ire to make the race, as is usual in west side of Buck Creek, which the docket and kept ft practically clean of both criminal and civil who died at her late home on the such cases made and provided. consists of 100 acres for f 3,500. j Rolling Fork, were brought here c:'st.v. The criminal laws have been enforced without fear or favor Neither have I consulted the coterie J. C. Wheeldon lost a mule last Tuesday and interred in the Middle-bur- g of incumbents which h.is resulted in the most orderly eoridition. taking the entire disFrankfort, who xveek. It received injuries in the at cemeterx- - She was the moth- seem to have met trict in consideration, that has ever existed. and parcelled off xvhich resulted in death. er of James Coffman, who runs a the offices among themselves for stable T. Tf has been universally courteous to the members of the bar, po-liM. Sraithern is covering his rela-'tivj and considerate in nis dealings with all officials serving in his blacksmith shop here. Several next year's election. "AsC- house. and friends whose names we "You can say that I am in the ami ha been unusually affable and peasant with jurors and Rev. J. L. Davis, of Racine, Mo., "in vp asAhht tmc deal thing New" did not learn eame over with the race to win, believing .. A. all those having business iu the courts. -t that I can fill formerly of this state, is holding a Judge Hardin is a good democrat, a learned and capable iudge, remains. the office with credit to myself and very successful meeting in this A great manv traveling theatrical j of a heavy fine that is not soon tor- i,o!;ie and affable, both on the beneh and iu his social dealings will: to the State. I have never held an county and adjoining counties. Despondency Due to Indiqcstion have fallen into tho habit gotten. So the local theatre goers people, an honorable Christian gentleman, and is in every way suited for office of consequence nor have I Rex'. Delk, who is and has been companies and high and responsible position he now It will be a difficult task It is not at all surprising that been a candidate until now. I shall preaching at Science Hill was tried of refusing to use their special may look forward to a full xvhen s'eenery when playing small cities complete seenie production f- - any ne to offvr a single eonvinung reason to the democrats of persons who nave inuigesiion c- ask the Democrats of the State if and find $150., for using profane where the stage accommodations are "The Girl and the Tramp" come to this district why another should be selected to take Judge Hardin's come discouraged and despondent they regard me capable of filling language in the pulpit. limited. But xvhen Fred Byers, proopera house Fnday place as judge of tue thirteenth Judical district and we feel eonf.oent j Here are a few words of hope and the office as it should be filled, to J. C. Wheeldon sold to V. T. Wil- ducer of the laughing success, "The Uhe Stanford evening, November 20. that Judge Hardin will oe renominated by a sweef-'si-- ' majority oev anv cheer for them by Mrs. Blanche Bow" give me their support. I shall have son, one brood sow. weighing 130 Girl and the Tramp" turned the 92-- 1 and ali who may seek the nomination against him. ers,, Indiana. Pa. ''For years my a good deal more to say on the sub- pounds at seven cents. Neuralgia of the face, shoulder, shoxv over to the company manager, v I ject on due time and give some rcn-son poor that, digestion was Mr. A L Paynes' threshing sepahands, or feet requires a powerful Irregular bowel movement lead to! Stop eoughing! You rack the could only eat the lighest foods. I for the hope that is. iu me that rator turned over on the Indian they gave him strict orders to use all the scenery wherever the Com remedv that will penetrate the flesh. I-- can be of service to the people and chronic constipation and a constipat-jin- ? .,nn worrv the body. BAL- - tried everything that I heard of to Creek hill, but did no serious injury. pany played. The directing manager j BALLARD'S LINIMENT SNOW! ,. rifkn'mrmirv-- n ed habit fill tllC SVStem With im- - t nnto year until about Buck wheat threshing is oxer with is so exacting on this point that be possesses that power. Rublied iu xivujjijuuiu ninu' get relief, but notChamberlain'sa Tab" an honor to the State." purities. HERBIXE it a great bowel ijaui'i' ago when I saw Vn unusual vield of bushels to the has the local theatre manager in each where the pain is felt is all that i regulator. It purifies the system, cheeks irritations, heals the lungs lets advertised and got a bottlexof Important aere. and restores comfortable breathing. them, did I find the" right treatment. eity report to the Home Offiee, it necessary to relieve suffering vitalizes the blood and puts the Bear jn mind that Chamberlain? been-- fulfilled. If restore normal conditions. Prict 25e, gesthe organs in fine and vigorous Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. I soon began to improve and since Tablets not only move the boxx-el- s G. L. Edwards, wanted in the fed- instructions have Sold by ShugarsT Drug Store, Stan- taking a few bottle of them my di- but .improve condition. Price 50c. Sold by appetite and eral court in Louisville, was killed this order has been violated in the 50c. and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by the Store. Stanford, ts Lyme ford, and Lyne Bros., CrabY)rchard, gestion is fine." For sale by all deal- - strengthen the digestion. For sale Monday at Greensbnrg by Deputy smallest detail, the party responsi Skugars' Drug store. Stanford, 4 ble receives a reprimand in the way Lyne Bros.- - Crab Orchard. Bros.! Crab Orchard,' Ky. U. 8. Marshal James .K. Howell 'by I cr. ( c Wil-head-on Big Jim" McKinney Passes Away Audacious was sunk by a German Jury in Circuit Court Refuses Dammine in the North Sea last week. After Long, Useful Life Lord Roberts, a British hero of ages te Powell, But Gives $10-00- 0 James J. McKinney, known to his (India ami South Africa, died o' to Jones host of friends and acquaintances j pneumonia while visiting th Eng d school trus- iu the West End and all over this lish army in France Saturday. The Without a dissenting voice the tee election case of P. .M. McKob-cit- s and other counties, as "Big Jim" McKinney, died at his home at Mt. English House ot Commons granted against G. L. Penny and the Stanford bchool Board, will conic to Salem early Tuesday morning, after tlm rquest of Premier Asquith for trial before Judge C. A. Hardin at a a lenghty illness of heart trouble $1,125,000,000 fur war purposes special session of court Tuesday and other complications, in the and an additional million men. Memdeath of Mr. McKinney, the West bers urged that the country should night. A jury in circuit court on Satur- End of Lincoln has lost one of its be given fuller details of the xvar. day found for the defendaul L. & most prominent citizen aifd far" , flic cost of the war to England, the years or age and . l vernier said, is ncarlv five million N. railroad company in the suit for mcrs. lie was was born and raised on the home j0Hars a dav c'.O.OUU damage brought against it by J. lv. Powell, whoae saw mill, place where death found him at the; yQni a tispak.h received j uorth of the railroad, burned down end of a long and useful life. Roim, Wys t"mi Cracow uallitai m Mr. McKinney was for many;of Onliein, is burnim; and that its several months ago. The verdict of .:j.i.-..- i .. t 4 the jury came as quite a surprise, years a mum in ii.cm.icr 01 .1. ""p-- j inhabitants are Ueeuig from the uie -j as it is cry seldom that the n'il" tist church, and a worthy ana cs- Russians ... : l.i , i: -- ,, ,. roads win a damage case in this sec- uuuimiu ciiwra in exery wuy, ua.mj; t tion. Mr. Powell, it i&said, had re- the confidence of the community in inns during the bombardment of fused a compromise offered by the which he lived to an unusual degree. the Dardanelles by the Russians. railroad before trial for I'.JUU. It His wife, who preceded him to the The French and German reports is said that an appeal will be taken. Great Beyond a few years ago, was are rcwding auaiu contradictory The &U.0U0 damage suit of Geo. Miss Miss Lizzie Frye, a sister, of the rogress of their armies in Jones" administrator against the Mr. A. M. Frye. of Hustoiiville. lie along the French bat (ftni'innatt Southern railroad was is survived by five children, who Flanders and tle front. The section around Dix-muthen taken up. Attorneys George are John and Walter McKinney. has been flooded and the J). Florence, of Stanford and Hubert! Mrs. Maggie Lewis, ol Yates Cen- movements of troops impeded by ... . 11 . . I'Ai.itji.ituriMiM .l - .. . T riiirrii" !" . .. w.- ,- , Harding, of Duimllc i.fviimi... IA lllillL icr. !:ins;iwinter's snow and rains. the plaintiff-- , ind Attoniev K. S. f'l McKinney, and. Mrs. Kate Nil Petrograd reports the iuissi-Alcorn, of Stanford, the defendant. liams, of Norma. Tenn. Two brothers, Campaign developing favorably in Jones, a resident of Casey county Bert McKinney, of Kidd's Stwo and Along .the border, McKinney, v. as killed while working as section Will of Williamsburg East Prussia. the Russians are mnrehmg in snow hand near Crescent Springs in Ken. and three sister, Mrs. John Skinner, clad in sheepskin jackets. ton county, lie is said to have been f Missouri, Mrs. Ann Green and run over and killed by an eegine Mi's. Belle Floyd also survi. Judge Fryor Dead while attempting to rcmoove a jack' The funeral of Mr. MeKiney will Prvor- f')i from the rails. 'be hold at the Hustoiiville cemetery Ja.lge William judgement against at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday after-th- e jeais a member of th KenCicky The jinx uac railroad for .si 0.000 iu this case, noon, Nov. IS, conducted by Mr. J. Court ot Api.eals died Mond-iC. McClarv. The pallbearers will be morning at his home near Nw CasFreights in Head-o- n Collision Messrs Sslm McKinney, W. B. Hill, tle, Henry county, 'it :he agj of 89. Two freight trains had a slight II. D. Frye,. J. W. Powell, J. B. collision at Rowland about liams and M. S. Burton, Snow fell in several Kentucky much-agitatea- . F The gigantic British battleship Mr. V. C. Curr, of Fort Thomas, SECRETARY OF STATE Ky., was here recently on his way Is Candidate For Commonwealth's Attorney For Full Term Former Editor if I. J. and Leading to New Orleans, on a wager of $100 I to be made in Jl days on foot through Deserves Weil SOMERSET TO PLAY HERE NEXT FRIDAY Big Football Game Moved Up Democrat of His Party t I !..... ... . Unusual interest was occasioned Monday by the. announcement from Lexington of the candidacy of Col. Y. P. Walton, j formerly editor of the Interior Journal and a resident of Stanford for 25 years, for the Democratic nomination for Secretary of Stater Cbl. Walton is one of the most popular newspapermen in Kentucky, and his brothers of quill wiH undoubtedly do everything in their poxverlo insure his victory. So far no otlv6r candidate has announced against .him, but his host of friends in ( this county and this -- I I ,.,, ,.f RSTtWk mmaw I mmm- l the country. He hud made the distance here from" Fort Thomas in five days. He made the day's walk from Nicholasville to Uustouville, which is oU miles in seven and a half hours, and seemed to be in fine condition after the walk. He went to Somerset from here. He is selling punts buttons for money to travel on. He started with fifty cents in h'S pocket and is to make his way and have $1.00 in his pocket when he reaches his destination. Lair's bloodhounds were called to 3'ine Knot, Ky., a few days ago and made a very successful trail and the guilty party was brought to justice. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Engleman and children, of Cnmpbellsville, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Lyon last week. o J. D. Burton, a farmer of the Middleburg pige, had a nar-ioescape from death last Saturday afternoon, while returning home in a two-horwagon. He was driving along and was sitting on an empwell-to-dse ! mmmi-- w - de mcy :n)jfc-t'-- - 1 X V. V ... r--- - 1 1 .-.... .T ! AgggSF'. ff-;- w , ty barrel, turned bottom upward, and when he pulled to one side of the read to let some one pass, the barrel tilted and pitched him out of the wagon with his head down. His head was badly scared up, but he is improving. - Week Local Boys Defeat Announcement was made here today by Commonwealth's Attorney Eastern Normal. 1:1. V. Puryear, of Danville, that he is a candidate for the democratic nomiThe Stanford High School footnation to succeed himself, before ball eleven won a great victory over the primary which will be held iu August next year. Mr. Puryear was the team from the Eastern Kenwas elected to fill the vacancy tucky State Normal on the grounds caused by the elevation of Judge C. here last Friday afternoon, the A. Hardin to the circuit bench, and score standing G to 0, when the fiaat has only served three years yet whistle blew. Stanford is now on during that time he has made many edge for the big game against Somfriends over the district, who will be found working hard for him to at- erset, which has been moved up Thanksgiving dav for which it tain his ambition of serving out a from ;v.as scheduled, to this coming Fri-- 1 lull term of his own. . I he office i day afternoon. This was doiw by i. t l oi vommonweauus Attorney is a ..special request oi the bomerseC 7i very dithcalt one to ldl so that all , snail be pleased, but Mr. Purvcars team, though btautoid would uave to have .,' irame piaveu the friends siv that tiicv arc cor.lident prelerretl ., , on ihanksgiving dav. Ibis will be -.me uie peooie over .i district as a big game ot the season, for the whole heartily approve the record the local lads are determined to work he has made and will vote to give I him the endorsement, which his heir heads off for revenge for their defeat at the Pulaski comity capital friends say he deserves. in the season. The Stanford hoys were far below the form they MEN AND MILLIONS' have recently shown and will give them-- 1 Movement Reaches Stanford and I a much better account of selves. Somerset has the best foot Contributions Are Sought ball eleven it has ever had. this season, and a big delegation of . . A distinguished company ot mm - ': rooters will accompany the sound . . .. r. isters ot uie luristinii church iwis .ltl. ill ..!.. Yl,ll til. J..li.l .. K been here this week, soliciting eou - 'i... "V o clock rridav atteritoon. , .,.:.. tributions in the "Men and Million The game against Xormai bust Movement, which has for its ulti Friday started by Stanford kicking mate plan at present the raising of0t-- . i. visitors who carried I ha ie (v0O,U0O for the mission work of! . . .. middle of the Held. There tins denomination and tin enlist- it si-- .awed about two periods, neiment of 1,000 additional workers in ther side being able to score. Tuck- its fields. It. A. Long, the Kansas n- in center, ami I'erkins am! S . City millionaire gave a eool million j it ..,.,, j,,,,,, t ,:,i,j,. ? ti. hiuise It for the great work, and thejt,R. ,;ue ,;ki. a frt(iM. u.a appeal that is being made to mem-- j t!,(,h. 0 poiM.llN (lIlwyi,(1 hers of the church everywhere is M!:.m fc fnim .- - u -- n n meeting with splendid response. lhe;t,,c inan , H(m aml yamibr also men who are heie engaged in the;, t ... ., ... ,. . r; ii siiii .uiit- - ;n iacixic. im-. ! 5"". , 1 . ,- I I ,,' ,,, ,, n I'i ,.-.- h iT-n- -r, i.v.-.- c v beat-know- - lSiiffF?5S!3Sfx Pl ii ". Re-elect- ed e&WtfV'iV,. ? '" - ; ed t. i. J ..... - . . 7- .v. ssainr s I ! """"""""""""ft 7& 1 A Jy'gJpy""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""""Jt; self-confess- ed rt.-l- ..rx-.-tr- -- "-i- wii x- J I at VMIIIHMIIIIIIMBiHPP le es ei-nr- " fm- I ! J ns k Shug-ars'Dr- ug allf-dealers- . t JnjM "$' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KEHTUCY. TUESDAY; NOVEMBER 17. 1914. The Interior Journal Condensed Report to Comptroller Made Oct 31, 1914 Capital dHELTON $1 A M. tiAUi'LEY Proprietor TEAK STaiCTliY IN ADVANCE Surplus and Undivided Profits $50,000.00 $29,534.00 Entered at the pottoffice ueond elate mail matter. at Stanford SHOES for PROFIT You know here are Shoes tor Sunday, Shoes for the workdays, Shoes for ! POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Interior Journal is authorized to announce the following candi First National Bank Stanford, Kentucky Capital dates for office, subject to the August, j Democratic primary in 1915: 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. 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 For Circuit Judge C. A. HARDIN1, of Mercer county. CHAS. C. FOX of Boyie county. For Commonwealth's Attorney E. V. PURYEAR, of Boyle County pleasure and shoes for the man in the water, sticks and stones it's these mud splitters and water waders we are telling you about. The Doctor will tell you there is more sickness resulting from poor shoes wet and neglected feet than any one thing. We are cranky about many things but our hobby is good shoes for the man who labors shoes ni which he can make a dollar shoes that are profitable to him. Deposits Bills Payable 40,000.00 $304,358.71 has de2 2 cent railroad fare clared the hill unconstitutional. The act lacked The act of an enacting clause. 1914, fixing passenger fares at 2 2 1-1-- The Court of Ajbpeals If'" Ml l I w We offer .von a plain work shoe heavy, solid as a bone for $2.50 & $3.00 Then we show you the ''Men's Ease" the King of work shoes at $3.50, $4.50, $5.00 $8.00 then the 'Witch Klk" Icnth-i--linfrom the top to t ie, easy on your feet. Ju-- t the -- 1 Total We solicit your Bank Account J. S. HOCKER, President, S. T. HARRIS, Vice Pres., H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier. Notice To Tax-Paye- rs McGINNIS STORE ! erille, fur John Davis sold a luare mule colt to James Thomson of JVeaeh- Nannie Davir, iMletl her listers, .Mrs. Kadiel and Mary Itob-bin- s ilis $40. at li'iib Ore Ii awl. Mr. J. ('. Todd is building a new barn. Joint MrClure and Fvcd are doing the work for hint. Mr. M. M. Robbins and wife visited Mis Nannie Davis Sunday. Mi-,- s Salena Royse and Miss Willie King isited Miss Nannie Davi'1 Sunday. The farmers are about done sow-n- u wheat and barley in these, parts. The farmers are complaining of their corn beinu dama-reby the Aet weather and are shucking it out to save it. We aie having fine weather for the time of year. Mr. ('has. Robbins sold a two year old eer to Wilson and Tat a in, the Crab Orhard tock buyers for Mr. d re-eent 1914 As required by law, the taxpayers must meet the Sheriff at his appointments and pay their taxes I. or one of my depnties, will meet you at the following places as indicated by dates and days be-low- cents had no, enacting clause, which the constitution "says shall be: "Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky." The court said the constitution is mandatory, and the court is powerless to amend the law, so it must be declared void. When this bill passed the last House by a good majority it had the necessary enacting clause. There's no doubt of it, for we saw it ourselves when Ave voted for it. If there was any shenanigan by which this most necessary feature was quietly lopped off. it. was while the hill was nassins back between the House and Senate in the eloping hours of the session. The L. & N. and some other roads in Kentucky voluntarily reduced their rates to the maximum fixed by this bill onie time asro, and if the railroad five wise they will keep them there, else another legislature will provide for a still lower rate, something that came very nearly being done at the last session. mi SSL, A Pmk': " ' i fe p-.v.''T- ed thing Ihe huiiii and wader b", 12. 15 and J 8 inch tops at r'-K $500, $7.00, $8.50 & $10.00 H. J. McROBERTS Put a xorons plaster on the che- -t tnd take a good cough -- yrup internally if yuii would treat a severe case of size At last we have a s: 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 be paid. '!0.00 J. G. WEATHERF0RD, Sheriff of Lincoln County. CONDENSED Boys are awful scarce in There was a party at Mr. Joe Davis' and there were plenty of girls but not a boy on the place. Mr. Silas Durham and family and MrsNnnnie Smith and family visited Mr. Joe Davis and family Sun" day. Mr. John Howard of Missouri visited his sister, Mrs. J. S. Hopand family oi Go-hsection spent Saturday and Saturday night and Sunday with William M. Davis and family. It has been reported that they have whooping cough and scarlet fever near Stringtown. Mr. W. M. Davis is on the sick list thi week. Mr. P. M. Kliini of Crab Orchard, is his daughter, Mrs. Bettic en vi-iti- nir kins. Mr. Levi Klam REPORT TO COMPTROLLER OF CURRENCY OF Li io In County StmMfi t . $3f&$ J55.722.52 -- National Bank Capital Stock....S100,000.00 Close of Bus'ness. Oct. 31, 1914. LoanjWt. liabilities ra LUflWbounty colour Bonds 131,600.00 Banking House 10,176.26 Federal Reserve Bank Stock Cash and Bank Balances 2,017.50 46.757.61 $546,273.89 Surplus and ,.- 106,439.62 Drafts 100,000.00 Circulation Deposits 174,834.27 Bills Payable... 65,000.00 $546,273.89 W. H. SHANKS, President. W. M. BRIGHT, Cashier. Davis. The little infant of G. L. Adams Is quite sick. Mr. Ebb Bentley met with a very painful accident as he was coining from Crab Orchard recently. The mule he wa- driving became frightened and tinned the busgy over, breaking Mr. Hartley's left arm the elbow. JTe also sustained be-lo- several The hruis-'S- . Mr. G. W. Spangler abo'u the sain. continues ! Clothing,Glothing, 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 best make $15.00 and $20.00 Suits now $10.00 and $12.50 Suits now . : boys m:?chief in Hallowe'en. Mi V a g.i.i dial of on ? neighborhood a fr.ie girl Hn:y Slclton the- is all smiles his house. 'vor arri'.i' of at . All kinds of Shoes now at a very low ... Boy's Clothing very low. $15.00 $10.00 ? I.3U Remarkable Cure of Croup "Last winter when my little boy had croup I got him a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I honestly beleive it saved his life," writes Mrs. J. B. Cook, Indiana, Pa. ''It cut the phlegm and relieved his coughing spells. I am most grateful for what this remedy has done for him." For sale by all dealers. DO j ou want to laugh? See "Kentucky Belle' at the Opera House, SJ2-the night of the 25th. 1. price. To buy here means you save big money, the prices are for MASON'S GAP ROBINSON'S Next Door to Lincoln ONLY TEN DAYS Don't Forget "Quality' wkem ye bay tkat MONUMENT Don't forget Harry Jacobs Buys Quality and Sells Quality Only Tetefhrae . 164 STAXFOKD. Mrs. Hildra Hurst entertained a number of friends Saturday night. Some of those present were: Miss Lizzie Davis, Natitan Hurst, Miss Cletu Kirk and Eugene Walls, Mrs. Frank Davis, Mr. and Mrs. County National Bank. John Hooker spent Sunday with Mrs. Anna Hooker. never That's v;hy raillion3 of "Mr. Arch Green and family visit people fails. usinpr "GUTS-IT- " today are ed Mr. and Mrs. Burk Saturday and and throwing away their fussy plas-- . salves, tens, sticky tape, Beazley & Co. Sunday. and "vrappir.rr outfits" that make a Mr. John Miracle is at home this bundle around the tec. and choke It into pain ty pressing cither on or M'eek. arourd the cc-- n There Is r.'iMaar Nathan Hurst and Miss Lizzie to stick to ycur clocking, n:k::'.2: to nothing sbsbsbsbsbsbsbsbsbsbsbsbsbsbBbsbsbsbbsbsbsL cause inflammation JLXT Davis and Miss Cleta Kirk and En-ge- to precs en cr around cr corn. Yoa apply t?he Walls took a fine pleasure trip it in 2 seconds. No toero knives, nzors, to Sugar Loaf Sunday. They sure cciscors or files, with their lex that dancers. Try "GETS-IT- " had a fine time. ccrn, cr.llns, vert or bunion. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER "GETS-IT- " is Mr. Will Miracle has gone to everywhere. S3c a. sold by druggists fcott'e, 'or sent diFwnKrt Mattif, Unit. Fwnl- - Tennessee this week. rect by E. Lawrence & Co Chicago. " M KMf tire ExcfcaMl Mr. Nathan Hurst has returned to Shugarsf Of his home in Bell connty after a few For sale in Stanford at Drag store HONE 42 STANFOM. KY. days' visit in Lincoln county. aour luntis properly. Get the dollar llOREIIOCX!) BALLARD'S SYIHT. With each bottle there is a frae DERRICK'S RED PEPPER l'OROCS PLASTER tror the cbe-- t. HIGH SCHOOL NEWS Sold by Shugars' Drmr -- tore. Stan-foi(llartwcll Shanks) & Lvne fro-- ., Crab Orchaid. Monday siicli a disagrevablc day tltal very few were out, fer LANCASTER football practice. Mr-- -. Ed Price is in Atlanta for a .Miss Sara Wood 'J 7 wa abouL Monday on Jiccount of siqkness'. visit to her son, Joe F. Price. Will Wuod '15 was absent a day Rev S. II. Poilitt began a and a half this week. meeting at Mt. Olivet Methodist I'nder Mr.-- Pickett's supervision" church on Sunday. the play of the high School is fast The Stanford football team derotutuing into form. It will be ren- feated the Lancaster team, the dered on the evening of the 25th of score standing 152 to 0 in favor uf The name of the play the Stanford boys. November. Kentucky Belle." is "A Messrs. A. K. and Woods Walker team suffered a deThe were in Lagrange the past week to feat at the. hands of the Danville attend the annual meeting of the team last Saturday. The final score National Fox Hunters'- Association. was 18 to 0. Mr A. R. Denny, Mrs. Mattie DunThe pictures of the different can, Mr! and Mrs. S. L. Denny, Mr.--. grades and the High School were They will be Lizzie Denny, Dr. M. K. Denny and taken Wednesday. Stanford published on post cards which will Mrs Denny were in be on sale at the drug stores. The Wednesday for the llocker Foster football team will also have their wedding. Many wagon loads of good corn picture taken .some time in the near are being hauled into town dailv. future. From the present prospects there Mrs. Mildred Beazley is at home will be a large crowd out to see the after a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Follow the Win. Hays of Stanford. Thanksgiving game. crowd and be among those to witmeeting com A mission Study ness the battle. posed of the C. W. B. M and thej Miss Pattye Perkins '17 was un- Circle girls met Tuesday evening at able to attend school half the day the home of Mrs. Emma G. Kauff-nias edncsday. The painting season is over for Miss Hannah Afldridge has rethis year and the only classes whose turned to her home in Stanford numerals are in evidence are classes after a visit of several weeks to Mr. 15, 16, 17. and Mrs. J. Raymond Huselden. The seniors held a class meeting (. Johnson bought a farm o; A few matters of busi- - j Mr Elv",.rton Lum:iy 7lcar Mt je this week. ness were transactd. They are mak bron for $1400. ing big preparations for graduating Large crowds gather each Friday as this is the largest senior class in evening at Mr. W. J. Roman's Opera the history of the school. House to witness the entrancing, There is a great deal of differ- thrilling -- tory "The Million Dollar ence between the crowds Lancaster Mystery." This interesting serial is turns out to a game and those of creating quite a sensation every Stanford. There were about 250 out where it appears. WnlnPadjl V llo f. intnnLC Mrs. Frank B. Marksbary led at 50 came out to the Womans Club Meetiiur Thursday hile only about those in Stanford. lftcriioou. She read a niot interMiss Eva Rankin ?17 was absent esting paper on Da Yineo and his Tuesdav I 1M!1 .f ftltWl4: fPln i Sillll1ll , ..M))1Kl L;.K Docker 1G was not in at- Jew tendance Wednesday. M'r. G. 3L Lyons and family who recently moved to Lancaster haw rented (lie Shugars property on "defs-fi9- " I.'amilJo street. Miss Margaret Milhvard of Lex! SriHwei, ington is the guest of Miss Deha Kfs the Ifew Way, and You'll Forget Tinder. The fine display of pumpkins, Yen Ever Had Coins. s, turnips, cabbage and beets "2 drops put on in 2 seconds, corn in the window of the Central Record That's shrivels, comes clean off!" the office is attracting much attention. the marvelous Fiery o. "GETS-IT,- " new-pla- n com cure. Nothing can be simpler for the cure of orns and it The one guessing the correct or the nearest correct number of seed in No Corns to Esair; the mammoth pumpkin will win a Pain, If No You Ue prize. "GEIZTT." The following announcement will 3 be of interest to Lancaster friends: Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Gaines of Muskogee, Okla., announce .the engage ment of their daughter, Nancy Car-- 1 penter, to Mr. Robert Ryland TaliaThe bride-eleferro of Chicago. is remembered here at her girlhood home as quite an attractive young ' d. n. ! razor good enough to Guarantee cr Life Tungsten Shumate's any face and adapted to$2.7S any beard. and shapes to Sizes fit FOR SALE EY Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. 1 Moves PhS4. Heaters GEO. H. FARRIS, Stanford, Kentucky Heating Stoves, Coal Vases, Coal Hods, Grates, Fire Brick, Tile Backs, Fire Clay, Lime, etc. at W. H. Higgins A '' r' K VJ Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made his name famous all over the United States and Canada. Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. Far treatment of Human Diseases. - Use Corns Vanish DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy ORIGINATOR OF Pursley's Indian Herbs 43 Days Treatmoit. $1 .00 25c Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment 25c Dakota Jack's Creme Soap. Price 1 Oc. 3 bars All on sale at Shugars' Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. PUKSLEVS INDIAN HER3S Dakota Jack's Home Address: Atlanta. Ga. ker-hnw- Call on aW-- T. D. NEWLAND Opposite Court House ct for First Class Field Seeds, Stoves and the best of Telephone 168 .voman. 1 J. L isc-eati- ns Mrs. Elizabeth 'Jackson died at her late home near Bryantsville aft- er a protracted illness of tuberculo- The deceased sis. aged 68 years. had been a faithful member of the Baptist church for 52 years. She is survived by four sons and two daughters. Regulate the Bowels "when they fail to move properly. HERBINE is It an admirable ' bowel regulator. helps the liver and stomach and restores a fine feeling of strength and buoyaney. Price 50c. Sold by Shugars Drug Store, Stanford, and Lyne Bros., Crab Orchard. j THE- - rav.-ncs- i. ne BIG SALE Is Still on at SANDERS, Crab Orchard. Now is the time to get Bargains k, blood-ooi-3- on LL St. : f. 4 -- l' . t THE INTERIOR I JOURNAL STANPP KFKTUQY TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 1914. W. T. Cummins, of Corbin, spent CHILDREN week-cu- d HATE OIL, here. CALOMEL AND PILLS the HAVE YOU yxn. Marvin Adams, of Lexington, i? the jjuest of her mother, Mrs. 'California Syrup of Figs" Best for Annie Xewland. Tender Stomach. Liver, Bowels Mr. and Mrs. Will U. Shanks left Tastes Ltencious Monday for Columbus, Ga., where Many women long for children, but because of Look back at your chiidiioou we curable physical derangetneat are deprived they will spend the winter. of this greatest of all happiness. Jamie .Thompson, of "Mt. Veruon. days. Remember the "dose'' motlier The women whose names follow m rctrrmA toxiorroalheakb by,Lydia E. Ptakham's Vegeta- - has been here for several days with insisted on castor oil, calomel, nnic ana asic west aoout A. L. R. Hughes. JJow you hated tueia, now Clark and Mrs. W. you iought against taking them "I took your Com Mrs. Elizabeth With our children it's dti'lerent. pound and have a fine, G. Lear, of Millersburg, have restrong baby. " Mrs. turned home after a visit to Mr. and Mothers who cling to the oltl form Mrs. J. W. Clark. John Mitchell, ol physic simply don't realize what Mr.--. G. M. Ballard and Miss Lida they do. The children's revolt is Cook, of Livingston, have been the Their tender little "Lydia E. Pinkhams "'insides" are injured by them. Vegetable Compound is a puests of Mas. J. T. Roberts at If your child's stomach, liver and wonderful medicine for expectant mothers." bowels need cleansing, give only deIn Memoriam Mrs. A. M. Myers. Gor- licious ''California Syrup of Figs." donville, Mo. On Wednesday Nov. 4th, the Its action is positive, but gentle. " I highly recommend Death Angel called at the home of Millions of mothers keep this harmm Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- Mr. Jim Adams and took away his less 'fruit laxative" handy; they etable Compound before loving wife. She was 30 years old know children love to take it; that child-birtit has done so anil :i devoted member of the Bap- it never fails to clean the liver and much for me." Mrs. E. hurch. She was ill only a lew bowels and sweeten the stomach, M. Doerb, R. R. 1, Con- - tist SHsga lays when the end came. Besides and that a teaspoouful given today shohocken, Pa. her husband and five children she saves a sick child tomorrow. Mtsp "I took Lydia E. Pink- - leaves a father, mother, two sister?, Ask your druggist for a ham's Vegetable Com- and four brothers to mourn her bottle of "California Syrup of pound to build up my loss. She was a irood. kind woman Figs," which has full directions for system and have the and will be greatly missed in the babies, children of all ages and for dearest beby girl in the community. During her illness shfc grown-up- s plainly on each bottle. world.'- -- Mrs. Mose rave sufficient testimony of he Beware of eounterh'ts sold here. See Blakeley, Imperial,Pa. faith in Jeus and willingness to go that it is made by California Fig "I praise the Com- to the home that, was prepared for Syrup Company." refuse any other: 92-- 1 pound whenever I have her. Rev. Godbc.y preached the tun" land with contempt. a chance. It did so much oral in the presence of a large crowd for me before my little WATTS' CHAPEL The n girl was born." Mrs. of friends and relatives. is home this Andy Thompson were laid to rest in the; E. W. Sanders, Rowles-bur- g, maingathering wheat. Friendship burying grounds. M. F. W. Va. Mrs. Wilson King was the guest ii JflEVfr : last week. HARRIS' CREEK f hoi ster-in-law "I took your Com pound before baby was Rachel Mary and Mesdumcs Mr. and Mrs. Mil ford Williams, of born and feel I owe my Robbins spent "Friday afternoon at life to it 'Mrs. Winnie Junction "iu, spent Saturday with Mrs. Su.-i-e Lcece's. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Bice. Tillis, Winter Ha-e- n, Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Howard i Florida. Miss AIhe M. Owens has returned !:.t their baby Monday. It was a home alter a pleasant visit, with beautiful child ami only a month Mi--Grace and Linn Jones near old. Their many friends sympathize PERSONAL AND SOCIAL McKinncy. th them in their sorrow. Social Calendar Mi e Laura and Julia Guddi- - vi K. L. King is building an addition K..v. J Di.ie Uook Club will ::re the guests of their brother, d. of anothei room to his dwelling. iiK'ri wijh .Miss Levia Harris at her L. Caddis. A. J. Bailey is building a new Mr.--. Xaiinie Clem, of Mt. F:t,c house :n lite at two oVloek. corn crib. visited her daughter, Mr.--. Xov. li) The Current Mr. and Mr.-- Will Fletcher airt Event nan. Jack Rice. Olul. will meet with Mrs. J. B. family were the gue-t- s of Mr. Andy Mrs. Dave Knoepfle spent Tues- Thompson and mother Sunday. day with Mrs. Chris Drie.-le- r. Mi-s- s - Baptist Salena Roys father, --.nc!' iEfi Nov. j.Ladies will Mr. and Mrs. W. "S. Rice have ben . R and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Mili.-.rhave an c.whan-jetLe recent "iicsis ol Mr. ana jurs. and Miss Willie King drove out iOIhe Cox ar Mt. Pieman. to her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs Mi. S. L. Hiirdettc is the guest; Andy John and -- pent the day gathol Mr- -. W. U. Xave at Iliislonvilie. GENEVA ering nuts. They all reported a .""" Mr- -. B. II. Samuels and children There ha- - Ik en lots of sickness ly time. of Memphis, Tenn., are visiting Mr-- -. to Tak-- Ci J. L. M. Hopkins in this part of the country. Blizabelh Jones. Mr. Maker Wall, oi McKinncy is Wilson a cow for four cents a pound. C. M. te and son, Edward, of very low with ilux. the Wayne.-hur-g section were here Tom Manuel, aged ")4 years, died Mr. Cleve Wright, of Cincinnati, Monday. one night last week with Mr. at his home near Mason's Gap MonMrs. Maggie J. Martin of Memday after a lenvrthy illness of dropRay. and family. phis, is with her mother, Mrs. Mary Mrs. Jennie Ray and little son sy, lie had been a dependant on th Jones. and sister, Miss Bertha Walls vis- county for a number of years. i:i-- .Annie Laura Raybourne, of Parkfeville, who Washington county is the attractive ited their brother at HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT has been sick for some lime. guet of M. iL and J. D. Sweeney Mr. and Mrs. Sam Coffman arc Col. (.. R. Jones, of Casey, was the bedside of his grandmother, The People's Market Place Adverhere Monday, shaking hands with si tise What You rave to. Sell who is very low his many friends and attending to Mrs. Claud Lay, of Junction City. business. Insure vour oronerfv wih Bromley :s at the bedside of her father, Bak Mr- -. Joseph Cofi'ey went to Rich- & Eromlev, Stanford. Kv. Walls at Mclvinney. cousin, Mrs. Walter Ballard. of er Be.--s' Mr. Harry Walls, Mi-- s 1 AM closing out my entire stoch mond to attend the burial of he Be.-s- ic Yocum, Miss Walls, Mr. Ricn-ar- d Middlcshoro. which occurrd at Richof millinery at cost. Mis. Walter V. Austin and Mi-- s Mary L. Wall- -' iJ -- 2 mond. Monday. at Bethel Suu Saunders. Mr- -. Willie Raybourne and two attended the singing children. Margaret and Sterling, of day night. LOST Gold bar pin, the name oi Maekolle. Washington county, are "holla'' engraved on it. Finder pu e HOW TO SUCCEED D2-- 1 guests of J D. and the plea-a- nt return to this office. JJiii-itiAt. M. Sweeney. ine iasL ic ye;srs. cosnti Mr. Charles Oatts, of Monticello, tiuns in au .Hies 01. biismcss, even will sell a Sinuei FOR SALE rolcssioiial life, hae cnangea s. sewing machine, good as new, viry wi- i- in the west end of this county looking at oiie farms, and will comjnctcly that ever) man ,is wak- cheap. "Mrs. E. C Euhanks. More-lanprobably buy and move to this ing up to the fact that in order l. Ky. county. uiu success he must specialize ami II. II Hutchinson, who has been icarn to do some one thing and So it FOR SALE. Mtiimuotii Ihon-.- c er A turkey.-- ; Joins ?.' and hens t2. Mr.-- . of the Citizens veil. So it is with any article that is YY. F. Bank of Middlcsboro. has accepted Stanford. Rout? 1. 2- -: .n with the ICiniiaird-SJea sold to the people. It must have Plume SSV. genuine merit or no amount of adInsurance Company, of that city IjLtend the teachers' inectmg nl Mt. Vernon Signal. vertising will maintain a demand Crab Orchard November, 21st. lor the article. For many year- - druggists have at 10:30 A. il. GARL.VX'J 02-- 2 watched with much interest the re- SINGLETON, Supt. markable record maintained by Di. the great Kilmer's Sunmp-lioo- t, To the taxpayers of Crab OrI'dnddcr Remedy. chard, the penalty will go on your kidney, Liver and From the very begiimm the'piopric-tor- - school lax after December Jt. ). had so much confidence h.' it .U. LACKEY, Treasurer. that they invited everyone to k'-- t u FOR SALE Eight room cottaue It is a phydci:Mis prescription. They have o:i tile thou.-- ;! o. with one acre lot: plenty fruit aiid W v.SiWJHBjVI Bo good garden and outbuildings, on leltirs received claim they an East Main street. See II. 1). Al- sutferers who 1)1. Til jow enjoying gjott heaiih as :i rv dridge suit of its u'e. k Bsl v WrkflBE B However, if you wish; fir- -t to U Wetidlnu nresents at rrt'jeller's In sample boitle, address Dr. lilmnj store. S if. Co., Ringhamton, X. V.. wn'ins ten cents and mention this ;5'per. LOST An upper plate foi scl of They will )ivnnj;tly forward y.ui a teeth, between city limits and Win. sample bottle by Parcel Po-- t. Fields'. If found in good condition There is no need to suffer the Regular sizes for sale at all druu-gist- s reward for return to office of Dr. I annoying, excruciating pain of r. 01-4- " fiftv cents and neuralgia; Sloan's Liniment laid YY. Pennington, Stanford. 92-- 4 on gently will soothe the ahing bead like magic. Don't delay. FOR SALE Three Jersey en-Try it at once. Rook Club Entertained. good ones; one giving milk; th" othHear Wkat Otbcn Say er two will bo fresh m three ad si The Rook Club met with Mrs. .1 "I have been a sufferer with Neuralgia weeks. V. C. Gilliland, Kings Mounfor several yean and have tried different W. Raughman Sunday atfern on ' LilUBieota, but Sloan's Lmiaest is the DI-- !. ' tain, ICy. best Liniment for Neuralgia on earth. last week. Tt was an ideal d::y anf' I have.- tried it successfully; it has never failedF. U. William. Aueurta, Ark. everything propitious for the occaFOR SALE Pare bred Indian Jtfr. Ruth C. Clavpod, Independence, sion. The live tables were filled Runner Ducks, White Plymouth Ma., writet: "A friend of ours told ua cither by the members or their sub- Rock") White Leghorn and Bull bout your Liniment. We have been tuiac . it for 13 years and think there is nothing stitutes. Mrs. Albert Severance Orphington chickens. Mrs. II. R. like it. We use it on everything, sores, cuts, burns, bruises, sore throat, headaches Mrs. Shelton Saufley, Mrs. .J. J Saufloy. 90-- tf sad es cvcrythicf! else. We can't get We think it is the best along without it. Perry and Mrs. W. A, Tribble won Liauaeat BTtade. the highest score. A delicious salad THOSE who arc indebted to me, course was served. Mrs. James Har- please call and settle, as I am closris Baughman was the honoree of ing out my business and all accounts the afternoon. will go into the hands of a collector Dec. 1st Mrs. Walter W. SaunXmas Festivities at Hustonville 91-ders. ie the beet remedy for rheumatiem, The ladies of the Presbyterian hawkarhe, eore throat and eprauie. WANTED Baptists to be preschurch of Hustonvile will hold their Aftal ent at the morning service Sunday, annual bazaar on December 12th far Here is where you nan get your Dee. 6th to answer roll call of the TRIAL BOTTLE Christinas presents in endless va- church and enjoy the anniversary riety, and a good square meal to services to be held at that time. All Dr.Eari &SUn,bc. satisfy the inner man. If will be a the members of the church expected "Ol-- lt to he present. special occasion, with music. fl CHILD? SPECIAL OFFERINGS Of Tailored Suits, Cloaks and Wool and Silk Dresses at Prices Greatly Below Value cu-luati- cs. well-founde- d. -- HSI! h, Sale Begins Tuesday, Nov. 17 Our Christmas opening occurs the day after Thanksgiving and we fjO-ce- Ht - want to compress as much garment selling as possible into eight days' sales. To this end we offer in the various lots several hundred very - I-- -, ! choice garments, and each and every one at a bargain price. -i- J Tailored Suits $29.75 In this lot we are offering the very Finest Chiffon finest Suits we carry. Broadcloths, Ripple Cheviots, Pomoir. etc. These have been $38.50, $42.50 and $45.00. Only about twenty suits to sell at this" mice. Tailored Suits $11.95 Prices of these suits were $15.00, $17.50 and $20.00, but we wanted a lot at a very low price, and rather than sell the kind sold by the cheap stores we selected about forty suitsail new and all good in every way and offer at $11.95 choice. We will also offer about fifty Suits carried from last season at $7.50 each. These are a cs d Tailored Suits $19.75 As this is an extremely popular price we will offer fifty of the very latest models in both long and short coat styles and in all colors and most popular materials. Ail sizes from 34 to 47 bust. K-- ex- cellent plain tailored styles and prices were $25, to $35, now choice for $7.50. -- Wool Dresses $4.75 Big line of Ladies' and Misses' one-piec- e I dresses made of pure wool serges in newest models browns, blues, black and green. We will offer a lot of exnens-iv- e wool dresses from last season at choice for $4.75, These dresses sold al $12 to $20. Silk Dresses $16.75 ! I a-- Former prices $6.75 and $7.50. g 1 d, Wool Dresses $5.95 Another big line of the very latest shape dresses for Ladies and Misses, made French Serges, in all colors, of fine all-wo- ol At this very reasonable price we will offer about 25 of the very newest and best selling dresses made of Crepe Meteor, Crepe de Chene, Velvet, etc. These have sold well at $23.50. Ca-hi- Di-dio- n, no-ilM- et were $9.75. i'.e-.-inni- ng Ladies' Coats $9.75 price we will offer about fifty excellent coats in many styles, colors and materials. A number of Wooltex Coats are in the lot. The first prices of these coats were $12.50, $15, $18. $20, $22.50 and $25, choice for $9.75. The best bargains you will see this winter. I Blr n At this We will offer one hundred oi" ihv celebrated House Dresses, that sold at $2.00 and $2.25, choice tor Ds::-Ma- ke un-ohci- ted fro'i-forme- r SI. 00 $1.93 Lndies' separate Dress Skirls, 'made of pure long tunic style, Wool Serge, in h-.te- $1.89 $2.98 Silk Shirt Waists $2.98 We will offer at $2.98 for choice nearly one hundred new shirt waists in White Lace, Black Lace, White and colored Crepe de Chenes, and plain and fancy Chiffons. AH excellent and very desirable styles and ha-been selling at very much higher prices. All sizes in lot but not all sizes in any one style. e 1 Neuralgia one-dolla- $10 Finest Quality Double Silk Canton Raincoats tor $7.50 SLOANS LINIMENT A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO. The Store That Sells Wooltex 2. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY yfcv I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFOBD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1914. i .- - bunch of export cattle to .Monte .Fox IF STOMACH IS BAD of Danville, there being lib' head thai uvernsed 1,400 pound and brought When "Pape's DiapepsitT Reaches hnn around $8 per hundred. LanV. A. Lear, the Stomach ail indigestion, Gas caster stock bhipper, exported a car and Sourness Disappears load of hogs from l'uitit Lick last i Monday, having bought S'i head You don't want a slow remedy i'roin Harry McWhorter of upper when your stomach is Dad or an Garrard, the porkers costing hiiu The consign- uncertain one or a harmful oneS.25 per hundred. our stomach - too valuable; you ment went to the Falls litv. lau-n- 't injure it with drastic drugs. J. T. (.'arson ot Lebanon wa up e:irlv this week. loulciiiL' over the i l'ape s ihnpcpsiu is noted for it !: " "armle-i- s eatlte market here, which he .says Wa m S"1"- -' u 'w'tam "uLuhiig " l one of the best in the state. Mr.1,c regul-itiiis.ck, sour, gassy stom- - j ,, car loud f Carson has just sold iieaw steers to ()'j)aniel. a Marion iycll!?; It iiiillioiir of cares in gastritis and, buvev, at seven and a halt Z1' other stomach trouble has made n ' i i! ." (luium. ucitis i ......! mi... ucfi is intitij;ti famous the world over. fine. 1,000 pounds and were extra good as money can buy Keep this perfect stomach doctor Wright's Spring under closed crotch Union Suit, as Allen Koiicrs, a well known trad- (.iurrard n voiir nome Keep it lianuv net a er of near Buena Yi-t- a, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 the suit. ea-- e from any drug (iniiitv s: old t.n .1. H Ifnlilc .of Mrv large liity-ce'stme utl then if anyone hoiihl eat years, 25 fo 50 cents the suit Boys' Union Suits from age ten to 18 antsille. 82 bead of ho at AO.Oa with hundred. The total of the deal! 'onietiimg which doesn't agree tt'.em; if what thev eat lavs like lead: 1 heavy cotton fleece Undershirts, sizes 34 to 50. Price 50 Cents. A No. . Al.l.Vi.10. Vy IfoLV- fniirml mi JU11 OU1 and fornix ga-- : I..,t I,.,1,f f Mr Kul.lo 50 at the same price. We also carry the Drawers to match, sizes 30 to causes head-acn- e dizziness. antl r.f land containiu'- - 120 acres lyimrl1 i ribbed garments in the same sizes at the same price. nausea, eructations aim unuigeMeu 5? , on the I'lieua lta and High lrulgai . t pike, in Garrard, Lor which lie paid'; .trin iuui.iuiii.1 tic! ovf tlW14t a lil'v Pajamas and Night Shirts 50 cents and $1.00. The best Men's Outing AVltll lPlnol.itt lii. rS.'nO. It i tiuiiuproved. the stomach all such distress van" ; THE tishes. IN promptness, certainty and i in K erything NEWS OF CHURCHES A Complete ease in overcominir the worst -- toiuLadies' and Line of Shoes .Mid week services at the I'li-b- yjr,c.u borders j u revelatiou to Children's Shoes for Men and Boys oj-- l lerian church Wednesday evening. fflose wUt j,.v jj T Xo. 18 at scvom oYloeU. Subject! The Home of the Soul." Everybody j churches Contribute Liberally muted. Lincoln count v's two German lit- The youiii; peitples clas-e- s of the formed cnuuhes. most of the .i.ieii: j .voreland L'hrMian church, taught jt , , .. ... i l.y Ir. irontgomery and Air. bin- - j uers wiiicn are. ol &vis descent amount oLj 'wdiho. will ivi a olav at ilimn & have raised a substantia.! nonuv to go to the Swiss Relief; t'ot'L'V Hall at .Morelaud. Wednesday fund, winch will be used Lor the asnight. Fund to go to church pledge, sistance ol those in Switzerland iii-awho have siiftered as a result of the anmif ncArfu Acuui luvvn great European War. The church j W. n. Shanks. itf Stanford, bought FARM AND STOCK NEWS Mr. and Airs. J. if. Cook, of Soiu-i,- ,. Gruenheiin contributed .t7." and Monday.; SEVERE PUNISHMENT a couple of heifers here orset. motored through and ar tue!the Otteuhehn congregation fl"-."one Irmii L. ,. JliH ami one lie Quests of Airs. J. T Koberts at Huh-- , ...i.:..!, ,,;,. ,,.lt;tir fev. John G. liobbins IJro.s.. of the Eat Kud, Vom (.". W. Lovel!, and paid five and k We. Possbart has forward to the Swiss bourht 25 head of sbeej of Jones & six cents a noiiud resoectiveiv. ilieyi ambassador at Washington. The j Of Mrs. ATes1. YmIi Or a. head. Chappell. of Five Years' I.. I.. Si:iih1iis. Giess at weighed 020 aiul "70 pounds. member s of these two congregations p.... ,.,.i! v i C. H. Knhhin- Mild to T.item & l VtKUUi tllltt ai.. JUf, aM71.4 l' J U41I17I. ttiill ). Ar. Anderson, near Preachers- - i Staiding, Relieved by Cardui. ..Mrs. A. V. Miles, of Garrard county, are being highly complimented upon Wilson, a Dull for "jttU. All parties are viile, sold to Jas. Thompson, of (lit i were here in St an lord la.st week their liberality. ot llu- Em- -i Knd .ijiiii;' section, three mule colts for , shopping. P.erry Howard, of (."rab .tl7j and a work mule for .fllH. lie Catarrh Cannot Be Cured ("re-Js- , Trcachcrs-yill- e bougiit Chap-pe- l! ML Airy, N. C.Mrs. Sarah M. M!l tu J. M. of C". D. Cunningham from Air. Thompson nine and wife. Shan- with APl'WCATIOXS. as they cnnt of this town, says: "I suffered foi a hull for .((. Catarrh N calves at :!." a head. years with womanly troubles, also non Cunningham, Krnesl Hawkins, reach tlio seat ot Hit- UieaM. in onler to a lKod live or Uims. anil curi it L. C. King, of the Hubble section, t.ku W. It. Cook, of Lancastev, has stomach troubles, and my punishment wife and .son, motored over Satur- you n.u- t.iLi-- internal remedies. Hall Catarrh Cure Is anj acts direvtly upoa nude to t'hir" been buying up a lot of feeders, was more than any one could tell. fold ;i day from Lexington to Mr. and Mrs. the l)liHd and iutiTcally. mucous surfueos. IlallN Catarrh tried most every kind of medicine, D.ivid Seolt s. The men will remain Cure is nut a iiu.uk medietas. It was once Lair, of Kockcastle county, for having purchased 20 head from by one of the best physicians In this, but none did me any good. country for jears and is a regular prescription. for a few days and hum. Isaac Shelby of Lincoln county, the I read one day about Cardui, the woIt is conipo-f- il of the best Ionics known, combined Ganet Jc Barnes Tennessee trad- beeves averaging 1.000 pounds and man's tonic, and 1 decided to try it. this best acting diHon. Maurice J. Farris. of Danville, rectly withthe raiieou-- . blood purifiers,The perfect on surfaces. had not taken but about six bottles until who made a fine record in the reeent comldBation of tbe tno incredients Is vrhat ers, sold 20 head of iteers to Luth- costing hint seven cents per pound. sin A. D. Leaell, aprominent farmer I was almost cured. It did me 1more session of the legislature, lias announc- Send for h irMiiierfiil free. In curing catarrh. er Sfurphy hs( week al an aver.ige testimonial's, oad iltan all the other medicines had r.r '!0 a head. F. J. CHKNny Si CO.. Trops., Toledo. O. of Garrard, was in Lincoln last! tried, put together. ed that he will not be a candidate for Sold by Drnggists, prhv 75c. A. S. licttis, of Garrard county, week and bought 23 steers from C. My friends began asking tne why 1 but will probably make the Take Hall's Family rills for constipation. ol'i three head of steers to W. E. L. Piles, near Hustonville. that looked so well, and 1 told them aboul race for sheriff next time. Mr. Farris Cardui. Several are now taking it." Cook, the hunch weighing 2.000 averaged b'7f pounds. was born in Lincoln county and has a PUBLIC SALE Do you, lady reader, suffer from any great many pounds and brmginir "r? per hun H. C. Hoeker, of Stanford bought friends here who will be or the ailments due to womanly trouble, 2H head of sheep from Pek Hamildred. such as headache; backache, sideache. found "pulling" hard for him to win ri. Thompson, of the Preachers- - ton, of Pulaski county here court sleeplessness, and that everlastingly tired when the race conies around. J. I will at 10 o'clock A. M. on ville section, bought 10 good work hry at $4.2o a head. Air. Hoeker l feeling? November 27, 1314 I. so. Jet us urge you to give Cardui a W. A. Harney, of Roy.e, formorh mules colts, of mixed sexes from bought for Mr. J. S. Hoeker. 17 trial, we feel confident it will help you, a well known tobacco man of this tit m farm, two miles north of Price Ih'os , of Garrard at an aver- - Jiud l steers from Dick Arnold! 'just as it has a million other women in ' three-quartfounty tellb the J. J. that- the wK Crab Orchard, Ivy., oil the Lancasa head. Mr. Thonip- - sis and price of cents a the past half century. y. Begin taking Cardui son has 10 good ewes on baud tluit pound. They averaged about 700 You of Dnmillc, will hae an oyster suj- - ter pike, offer for sale the following: won't regret iL All druggists. iper next Thursday night to which One brood uiaru, bred: one. mare nude which he wishes to sell. 'pounds. all members and friends hi this colt; pair of yearling mules; registu.HMn. i .swt.t. Advisory Dec'-.- . Cna'tanoojta, Tenn.. lor Steciui section are invited to attend and ered Duroe Jersey boar: two thor-oug- h KENTUCKiAN ESCAPES OPERATION Treatmsnt for Woaien." in plain wrapper. K.C. 1 24 bring their ladies and friends. The brL-sows, with ten io e.teh: BY USING MAYR STOMACH REMEDY boys expect to have a fine time :un! several shouts, subject to regis. ry; a number lrom here arc planning to about 30 barrels of corn; some hay Fish and Iraiideuburg, the Paint io over. and oats; Utrming implements. iu Mr. Burnett Says Wonderful Treatment the country. This remedy is known Lnk stockmen, shipped a car load eluding farm wagon, mowing mai everywhere lor its lemarkahle results. ot hoir- - from the cast Garrard vil- Saved His Life "With POSTED chine and rake: cultivator?, etc.; J Mayr't. Wonderful Stomach Remedy clears the digestive iracl of mucoid ac- - lage, the swine having been bought Few Dcses Mrs. Frank Cordier, Will Cordier. pony saddle, new: lots of household cretions and poisonous mailer. It brings. by :i 'Lousiville live stock company. goods, iuetihiiiit; kitchen steel range: switt J. ('. McDonald, a hustling Ten- II. C. Baughman, Gottlieb Henke, J. bed room sails: organ and oilier Horace Burnett of Somerset. Ky., of t!ie relict to sulieiers lrom ailments GanS. Hoeker, S. T. Harris, Jacob stomach, liver and bowels. Manv was a sufferer from Stomach disor declare it has saved them from dan nessee trader brought up 4.1 head of der, Mrs.. Matlie Howes". .John IS. articles too numerous to m nliou. ders for a long time. His condition be- - jgerous operations and many are sure it mixed stuff to court day market Anderson. TERMS Made known on day of came ingim here and sold all of it at an average and lie teartd an; ha saved their lives. sale. G. W. IH1ULUL Crab Oivhaid. operation Salt-Cott- on N want all pooj.le who have of about 12 a head. HL-Notice to Hunters. lie took Mayrs Wonucrtul Stomach,!,,. , tS: Parris sl'.tnaeh ivimMtf or Parris of Danville, sold Wo. the undersigned, agree to enRemedy and got swift results. In a let- pation, no matter oL iiow long h'st week to A. J. Rice, of Garrard ter telling his c.N'nencnce he wrote FOR SALE Have just unloaded a car of GENUINE "Your trca:ment has certainly help- - standing, to try one doe of Jlar county, a bunch of 'A.i head of year- - force the law a.. . trappers on our farms. Fox hunt" ed mv '.vourfuliy. 1 took my fifth WimtlorViil Stomach Remedy TTt Mrmind 1mv rmiloQ "- ;il House and lot, eontaining three KANAWHA salt. This is the kind you want .1 I... ' aim :. inroiigui i.. re-t ii ii oif:iii one nioic dose 'uuoil.takeJ .h"0. Wl11 ,',!Vin-- - Ml- - T"" ""t ' ( L" m J ii t v i "t Liek, who ing eb)ccially prohibited. All houndsg ivereo of land, one nuie south ot t'"4 suits. lo to salt your meat with. o)i our lauds roamiuu. Ir.ul-"njieKiniiey, house has four rooms; and T tb:nk I will be well. Your tonic ,"(','''"u' so lJiny of our people j vas over here court day, sold a touini th- - r!i:i-- c, will be eonsjd-ere- d also it new burn 30.L0 feet on the or in is wonderful. I can eat am thins r.ow!ha- - been taking with surnrisimr re- - i bunch of vcarling- cattle to different Our first car of the new crop cotton seed trespassers and treated ac- place, and a new storehouse -- 4x"J4 thai 1 ;nl lO. I can GCt tlmmall (nli,;. - .ivir:i.p-i."lllfl' nmmrk. Tlu. m.c tlii.,.i.,4, system parlie.:ilinnl v 'vi.b'b. .. IIM'Lilll meal has arrived. thanking u Jor your medicine, for 1 cordingly. feet, with a small stock of groceries leaiiser ever sold. Mayr's Wonder-- ! at six and a halt cents a pound. -- :. A fcnriu' :l vrfl mv .r I Win. E. ilcAfeu Nora E. Avers. and a line stand for businss. 'I here We have a car of washed screened sand for W. K. Card well has sold hi farm a'nd thev said I wou.d ful Stomach Ueniedy all the is nor.' sT)ld . I. Gn'iis. Maurice Giens is a have to b operated on." corn crib, smokehouse he:e by Penny's Drug Store and near Hhakertown, Mercer county, to cement work, and the cement to go with it. .mic!i letters come from all parts of drutnrisr Mies Shelby. L. lien house, good orchard and line X". Wilder for He Isaac SOhelby. an acve. v I'. S. well i lakes Jj) it siytv-seve- n of water on the premises, acre farm of i C. Bosley, H. P. Hawkins. I. Tevis vt Son, H. L. Tevis, Joe E. AVill also sell a house of three Bl.Mr. Wildcr's. near Hnrrodsburg, at Wriiiht, G. A. llcRoheris. rooms, and lot of three acres v.hh payment The iifrJo, uu acre,. in part '. ,., . line garden and outbuildings, a mile xiia;:nown larm lias i acres. from rdcKinney- - Possession givui. j W. !L Cook, of Garrard county, STANFORD, KENTUCKY at once. F. E. P.RAvVXKR- McKin-neiMrch:!s-- d three head of feodeis S3-- tf Ky. from William ISo'irue, of wost Gar- the steers cotin; him $0.00 i raid, PUBLIC SALE pi r liuudivd. JMr. Cook also bought JPKW ,ut f v lialf dozen head of cattle from liuviiuc in o veil to Junction City. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mr. (Ynicr. the bovine runnin.' in I will on weight from 'I50 to 1,1 !)0 pounds- yiul 'House insured ? STANFORD, KENTUCKY. November 18, 1914 'Yes." ramrii'g in price from .0.!)0 to $7."2." at leu o'eloek sell at my late farm, 'What company 1 and its predecessors is the oldest bank in Lincoln ier hundred. limr uiile.s from Stanford, on the 'Don't now. Why Center Flros.. the Point Lcavell county, has been in business for Somerset pike, to the highest bid"Ever travel ?" stockmen, have been purchasing der, ul)0 barrels of corn iu s,hoetc; Yes. hogs from various Garrard farmer-;- . Fifty-S- ix buy a railroad ticket ?M one acre of eaue; one ;air of horse "Just j They bought 3," head from Jlack I nudes: two Jersey cows, will be .-- 4N llendtvn. that averaged 1(50 pounds It is a member of the Federal Reserve Bank, and S "Just a ticket not a ticket to any frr-ssoon; one Jersey steer; 15 or them ix and a half eenl- j and cos( protected by that powerful RESERVE SYSTEM. 9 particular place ?" 20 shoats; two twoliore watrons: j si pound, a bunch from Denny Scott. "Of course 1 know where I'm going 1" one buyjry; one set of biuy All money deposited with it is securely safeaveraged 17r pounds 'at W.77i j thai know where you're going to harne.NS and some other luirnev.; "Do j per hundred and a bunch from Sam guarded and protected. &9tiLt?r&;.3 get your money if your house eorn planter, new; one eutting harRich that averaged 17 pounds at bums up ?" row: two turuinjr plows; cultivator; MAKE THIS BANK YOUR BANK six and centas por "Fiom the company." . mowing machine and other implepoumL "And you don't even know the name ments. Will u1m sell some houseof the company !" 'I hold good and blacksmith shop. Best Cough Medicine for Children "Why-- " AD0LPH BCDNER, Junction City "Three years ago when I was livDr .Henry L Gasey "Why not deal with a company that T. D. Eujilsh. Auctioneer. 89-- 3 ing in Pittsburgh one of niy chilhas paid its honest obligations I dren had a hard cold and coughed cheerfully and promptly for 1 04 TO THE PUBLIC then fully. Upon the advice of a years? 1 represent the largest and best druggist I purchased a bottle of "What company is that?" in this couclothing Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it r'The Hartford Fire Insurance Co. 1" ntryEd V. Price house Chicago, 111., & Co., DANVILLE, KY. benefited him at once. I find it the "Thank for the tip. HI look up the My experience in measuring and di- OFFICE NEXT LOGAN'S STAS1 recting the making of your clothes, best cough medicine for children beHartford Agent." gives me the advantage over one who cause it is pleasant to take. They do TREES is not a practical tailor. If you will not object to taking it," writes Mrs. give me your order 1 will promise you Laughing Comedy Success With Music. Fruit and shade trees, Shrubs. Lafayette Tuck, Homer City, Pa. a square deal. You will get the worth Grape Vines. Rhubarb, Asparagus, UNDERTAKER AM EWtALMO of your money, either in the cheaper This remedy contains no opium or Gargrades or the higher priced. My fall thing for Orchard, Lawn and other narcotic, and may be given to 7. Mat Hun & agents. Free catalogs. H. Offfct PfcMt and winter line of samples are now den. No a child as confidently as to an adult. SSHS, LCXWSw, ready for your inspection. Call and F. IflliCIMMytr C. HAYS FOSTER. Seats on Sale SHUGAR'SDRUG STORE Sold by all dealers. Kentucky. SWIFIIIt. KENTUCKY. me show you. M. I. nuri.ti Linctlfl Cwnty Hat'l. Bank llrff llf-j Kentvcky. The Practical TaHtc. IT'S a winner "Kentucky Belle.'' StMftN f W. It. Cook, of Lancaster, sold u fve minute: cum? Stop Shivering These Cold Mornings well-kno- THE CURE 100 HORSES i - i- . Buy yourself a heavy Suit of Underwear. We carry everything in Underwear for men and boys. Union Suits from a boy's age 10 to a man's size 50. I J s uuli-coun- tv i.Vlli. WANTED I Will Be in Stanford on ! ( nt ! ! " THURSDAY, NOV. 19th Right Price Store Phil lips & Phillips gt - 1 To buy 100 Horses or Mares, weighing i from I nn J -", 950 to 1300 pounds. !" 4 - I Good, stout work horses - On-hard- -t will fill the bill. iwo-yi-jir-t- dd 1 'd 1 pro-iIiiv- ps a W. B. BURTON n, ar-r.g- KEUREIGN WEATHERPR00FS c st-- er -- - -- to-da- nh-w-- n, - I d The practical Coat for Men Light Weight, Neat Appearing and Shower Proof. Price $5.00 to $12 W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. 1 -- J b. Seed Meal -- u-"- 1 " - llC-v- ..-- .. - I ' - - !.-- .. j do-to- rs . 00-bar- rel e evc-rvwher- . PHONE 11 , J.-i- J J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. OPERA HOUSE Special Engagement of - y, FRIDAY, NOV. 20th MR. FRED BYERS Ysars Y-y-y- es. h THAT llNGLING u J ono-ipiart- er JOLLY J. CMTlary made-to-ord- er Veterinary Surgeon The Girl and the Tramp Price: 25, 50, and 75 cents at Fire Insurance Company The Hartford t