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Wkw Tnr Ttaa tk Date Oa Lakal aai Stanferd, Lincaln Ctwiy, Kentucky Friday, Navember 20, ' 1914- - iwsdays and Fridays ISCAL COURT NAMES JUDGE HARDIN HEARS PROOF IN SCHOOL CASE1 WHO LOST ANY BIRDS? MRS. L. D. ROSSEAU KILLED W. M. . Bright; ef Stanford, .Only jsf Caurt Twe Night Sessians vim-kethieves have Turkey and News comes from Arizona of the I Kentucky CHiify Banker Pres- Days This Week Ta Help j been at work around Stanford the death of Mrs. L. D- - Rosseau, near ent At Cleveland Clear Dacket t fV ipast lew nights and Chief of Po Phoenix. Arizona, in a most unusual .k W. M fright, of the Lin- lice B. D. Cartel- is hot ou their and horrible manner- - "Mr. Rosseau Cashier Civil eases have occupied most ot f trails, and planning to make lite went west from this section of ken- - oln Comity National Bank aud had .,:..ui ,,,. , ednes.iay lllltb'i...... v and has many friend here the attention ot circuit court tins hard on them. beikg the only country i some big, fine turkey iwiU) w:n extend their fullest !yuiiiii- - distinction of one stole a week. Judge Hardin held court two niirhta. hearing the reading of dep- - gobbler from Ed Uallard out on thet,y. For vears u. hud. been a valued bunker from Kentucky present at "IT VS ositions and arguments on same m I Lancaster pike, and he reported the sabsc-ribf- r of the - J- - The Phoenix the opening of r tfee Federal Reserve Pi 1 the iamous school trustee election ' matter at once to Chief Cartel, Thej Republican said of the death of Mrs. iJank at Cleveland - Ohio, on the 10th 1bP. 31. Mel loberts against G. officer made a visit to the home of Rosseau: ease L. Penny. The legality of a number Albert Jones, a Maeksville negro, j "Frightened by a stampede of IIUO '4 of voters on each sale has bedit at- - and while he did not find Mr. Hal' j ostriches being driven along a coun- taeked, aud according to the evr lard's gobbler, he found three other. trv Vitiu, :, horse driven by L- D- uence presented there were illegal turkeys, for which Jones could give j Rousseau, a rancher ran away last cast on both sides. The. jucs- - no reasonable accounting.' One of! evening, overturning the buggy and ,. . . . alii t I - 1. I ... . l I. i II..Ilt Ii . one n rauier " uistar.l'y ki"ing Mrs- Kousseau, who ismi oi sirilviiig sucu oies irom me mem is omi-hpi.il books is before Judge llardiu. bird and the other, grey. In addition with her unsound was ou her w.iy Final testimony has not yet been to the turkeys, which are alive, to attend a wedding- - The accident concluded nor hae arguments been Jones had just finished .cleaning which occurred about 7:30 o'clock mile finished so that it is not known Just about eight chickens of various last evening, took pice one-ha- 'f whejitlie decision of the court in colors and sizes.- - The Chief is en- wessi of the Cartwright church on deavoring to asceitain who lias lost I lie Maricopa road. the Case will be made. In the damage suit case of Walter any fowls and is seeking to identify Uie ostriches, which were in t Jones against the former livery the feathered loot which Jones had charge oJ' fourteen men, were being liriu of naughmnn 5c Walter, a inrv accumulated. riven irom the Pnu American farm returned a verdict for the latter on at Casliion to Chandler, when they Only One Paper Next Week Thursday. Jones asked ."jCiUU dam- became unmanageable and stam ages for injuric- - alleged to liavej ja pursuance of its usual custon, peded. In spite of efforts to con- been sustained when a horse lie hir- - the I. J. wiil issue but one paper! trot" them they swept down the road ff from llic dcfinl:ints Icifl.'Pfl : 11(1 ..... t . viriv. Thanksgiving- conies on at ten if fie speed, meeting the coll Jiiiew Iiim and hi- - wife out of a bug- - Thursday, the day before publica- - veyance containing Mrs. Rousseau ! Mrs. gy on a hill in Casey county. turn of the second issue of the week.jsmd causing the runaway. -- t week of Tlu- court Jllul Jt has been the invariable cus- - i Iioii-scawas thrown out and her the hi If ).' I snd Judge Hardin is endeavoring to torn of this paper for a number of! skull was fractured. Her husband es- when the currency system went into clear up as much of the docket as year to issue but one paper Thanks-- g eaped with a dislocated arm. Mrs. Rousseau, whose home was effect. Mr. Bright has returned possible before adjourment. .r'iv Week in celebration oi the with thtv government's plan rJeautil'iil and appropriate mem- - ja. Tuesday's paper will go out to on the Maricopa road a half mile the monetary sitfor alleviation orial service- - to the memory of the ubcribers as usual, but there will south of the Cartwright church, uation, and beieves that in a very late Judge James W. Alcorn were be no paper dated Friday of next came to the vaHey twenty vears air, time itrjsfeoiig to work out hold by the bar early in the week, full week. Advertisers aud other patrons and is wc known in the Cnrhvriirht short for "wonderful "benefit to the people, proceedings of which will be given Will note accordingly, and eorres-ne- district. She was one of the exhibitand especially fit the country. week. .pondents will please, get their let" ors at the state fair, and only yesThere wjere Mearly four hundred terday was awarded first prize for j ters in before Tuesday morning. bunkers of tlife district present at her entries- - She is survived by her LATEST WAR NEWS atat the -j husband and two sons- - The funeral Cleveland banquet-give- opening, and all oiiey dcnooi nonor noil The united States cr.iisei Tenin their honor tended a ncisee, or x." iauuch probauTy the, (Jrade 1 Roy SStratton, Willie will be he'd from the Cartwright that evening. Ilie Cleveland Leader iattei .as tnea uion Wednesday . Sirattoii, Heibert Voiifclruenigeii, church Saturday morning at It this to say onfthe subject, direct l;y the furKisu torts at ferny rua. ; Werner VonGruenigcii, Rash Nay-Uap- t. o'clock, the Rev. Joel F. Hengepeth reference beinjj,made in the second Uentoii C. Decker, ol the lor, Bert a Kaylor, Gertrude Gander, officiatingparagraph to(0lij. Bright, who was cruiser, leporiing the incident to Grade 2 Mary Gander. Grade 3 one of the feyilvisiting bankers to ' Ed Walton Coming Rack Gander, Aleiia Gander, Carl the .Navy .Department,, gave no de- be taken behi&d'the cages. News comes from Orlando, Flu., tads oitiie linug, butaddcd thai VouGruenigen, Bettie Kennedy, Bora ' 'Visiting Ifiilikers, shareholders (Jaud Naylor. Grade 4 that Mr. E. C. Walton has sold the of the new fiaeral bank, came in J ears had been leit for the safety Xayldr, to his partuer, Kennedy, Vada Lay. Grade Daily Reporter-Sta- r of the Auteiiean consulate. While force fromvljijparts of the disu Ernest Gander, Clara WnGru" Mr. J. 11. Reese, and his brothers-in-la.availing further reports from Capt. trict. The snian country banker was Margaret VouGruenigen. the Messrs. Drossier, of Ueekei and others Horn Ambassa- - "Jtu in evidence ItcV.'broughl in his dor Morgenthau aud Consul General Those not absent during the month Miami. Constant and unremitting atotVHferves in a handbag Jiorton, official here, have tw0 the- - wer: lluttie Lay, Bertha Lay, Vada tention to the duties of miming a and deposited Jh$ yellow backs with cues. One is that the cruiser may Lay Carl VouGruenigen, Herbert daily paper have undermined Mx. a. smile, a liaMtllhake and assurance Eniest Gander, Al- Walton's health and he will return have been sending a guard ashore onGrueuigen, the officials. to Kentucky with the hope of re- of enil Gander. Bettie Peek, teacher, to protect the consulate and Amer- "Closely pl).lined in his inside gaining it. Many friends will gladly leans and other foreigners. The, vest poelejrf'tttifviee from T. ZION welcome back and hope that he will other is that Capt. Decker had call- he Blue Gb(.regions of Kentucky " . .. csoJuexejiVchilly. soon recover and get into harness was who- nee 'TJ usiiercJuntUtUeeages To diagain. Lexington 'Herald.' returning the call, was being weather now. after vert himself of his fat roll of gold Bryant and Tine Brown have been taken back to shore by the cruiser's certificates.' BUCK CREEK & 0. K. launch which may have been return- - in lt. Vernon for a few days, Paper which will be discounted Ivs. Ida Thompson and father, In our locality religion is tl le by "nig alter hours of entry presscribed the banks of the country with the by port ofliciais which arc very l'ryant Brown visited relatives at general talk. Three protracted meet- federal reserve bank will be paid ings have just closed. A great many for with the new currency. Mr. strict. Before regarding the tiring Lancaster a few days last week, t, converted ami several added to the Born, to the wife of Mr. Iv. B. upon the American slup as a hostile Bright had hopes of securing some a fine eleven-ciinc- d churches. ollicials at Washington are in- - der, of Lancaster, at once for use here, but the full The people here are gathering supply to await further reports and pound boy. had not been received. Mr. and Mrs. George White, of corn and crops are good. the president has called upon the It was stated that none of the Zacariah Budget t has the best member banks had intimated that-theTurkish goevnment for an explana- - v'ill move into the house with their father, Mr. Bryant Brown soon. Irish potato crop. lnu. would take advantage of xu George Iiensley and family hav1 There is one man in our communitx vriv;lege to pay in half of their removed to their new house. who has raised a sweet potato this PARLOR GROVE serves in acceptable paper. The Murrcll ami wife have year that, weighed eig!.t pounds. A sacecssrul revival meetim: ejus- bankers are paying: in gold or its inee they eiime Can niiyone beat it .' id last week. hVv. Wright, assisted Pue lo equivalent. This is taken, the bankJohn --Meade has just finished ers present said, as a sign that the I.V lie, llissrin and witV of Somcr- - lro,u T,,e ,Saml? h:ul : lra.vt'r eetms making sorghum. set, coii.hK-te.it. There were twen- pressure upon the banks due to the Thomp-on- 's ',l ' last Saturday John NeVcomb is on the sick lit. European was has virtually passed, -fi conversions and twenty mem- Jlnl Sl,s, :,t Wm- - Thompsons Marion Sanders and wife visited and that good times are ahead and bers added to Uie church. Mr. Val- - ,l,-- ht There was a large crowd Sam Moore Sunday. emine Fagaiv pivsented Rev. Rig- coming fast for this country. Roe Thompson and little daugh' " enjoycu uie ined- :ns and wile a beautiful Bible and !'- '" :,,l tesuuioiuais. ter visited W. M. Neweomb Sunday. llic attendant ot the church ae "' WAYNESBURG preacJies at Jit. aioii John Our new school is progressing them thiity-fou- r dollars as a free Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Caldwell, every Sunday at 11 o'clock. hue. We have a good teacher. will offering. Miss Minnie and Marion Caldwell Dick Smii locked the door on the James Hay- - and family were Muntc-.-liom different parts of aie visiting their uncle, Henry ReySaints and will not let them enter visiting friends Sunday. the country are- seen in our vicinity. nolds and other relatives in MaraMaiion Jones and wife, of Casey Mr- -. Kli.abeth Morgan is visiting the Ml. Zion church any more. But the Lord is not pleased with it so county, were the guests of Roe thon, Ohio. her on. M; J. Morgan and family. Revs. C. T. Clauncb, of Middle-bur.. "w.. i.,.;i WI.W..T.,... ,..... .1 i...; - they just go from house to house Thompson recently. . ii x. ... . unciii jiiiiinci iv.is aud R. A. Barnes, of Muhlen-bur- g Cicero Bastin and family have lle wlU ne. vMlor in Cvnthiana last week. a,Kl Worsh,l l,,e hlNt oL county, passed through here ,iave t,,c iOWOr to lock us 0,,t come b.iek from Illinois. Mr. and Mi- -. Frank Ba;e. .f "?t last week on their way from the Dee and Austin Kidd will return lh.it..., Si:iii,.n ,oi..t u... nt.i j, ui o heaven General Association at Somerset. Rev. Livingston will preach here from Illinois in a few days. j Vile Itisl WCCK. .. TJie neat little sum of $17 was T. J. Goocli was visiting his friends ""i "l ' ' " U1UCK Mr and Mis. Clarence Howard m'1 realized from the pie supper given Mtsrrell, who lives on at, Somerset InsJ week. ;!(! It.'iliv l:iiiliiii' i.f (viii' M.inii Thompson & Guinn had ten laud by the school. be old Ballard farni, s,loul one inile !:.n,. Craig slms and Mr. Win Kincaid, of Cecelia, who buyer in hist week. They sold John from here, raised a taik of tobm-c- i S.ms ;tr.iJ dauh: - oer Sunday. 11 feet in height and Meade's farm of ."ii acres for .'OOO: has been visiting his daughter, Mrs. Mr. M. J. Morgan is taking a va- that measured some corn l' feet high and a pump- J. "N". Williams farm of Q0 acres for K. L. Gadberry, returned to his cation this week. weighed ")! pounds- - This S.OO0 ami several home Saturday accompanied by contracted Mis-c- s Flhel llogue and Florence kin that Mrs. Gadberry aud little sou, Wm. more. Wall- - called hi: Mr. Minnie Morgan is remarkable. Can auvone beat it.' Franklin. Mrs. Rebecca Denny was the guest Tues-daafternoon. AT COST Hats trimmed and lh: A. K. Caldwell has his dwellMiss Daisy Sims, wlm has been of her siter, Mrs. Ida Thompson Mi-s!):ing complete and is preparing to Straub. Sunday. staving with Mrs. George Reynolds, build a barn. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lamb visited is at home at present. Mr. Ranee Padgett's dwelling is BR0UGHT0NT0WN Saturday Ml'". I'auline Holbrook. of Way-o- n Mr. Henry Murrell last Mr. Willie J. Turner, who has uearing completion. Mrs. Henderson night. called Mrs. Peyton Ronton returned Mr. and Mrs. Russell Watson and been m bed for quite awhile with GMT :tird:i.v. typhoid fever is slowing improving. from Kubank Tuesday, where she has Mr. John Waddle has painted his A"MJie Xtotmn were the guests Mr. Win Weaver, who has been in been to see her daughter, Mrs. Wes. Ml- Sunujiy. Sn'ith dwelling and made several inprove- - "' were Indiana for quite awhile, has come Cullip, who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. King inents. Roy Singfeton is clerking in I'. S. Mr.-- Charlie Thomp- - to this place to make his home. the guests of Afr .1. I. ITimillnv rmwlo ennip r Mr. Robert Dishon is very low (Jooch & Co"s store for V. G.- las t Saturday night and con-- 1 : the telephone p:u,-lines last who is enjoying the huntiiw with tylioid fever. ductetl prayer meeting there. Miss Nettie Rodgers. of Bee Lii-season. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Smith have Mr. C; W. Singleton is carrying been visiting their brother. George is staying with her uncle. Air. J. M. Try This For Your Ceugh Brown thi week. the mail while carrier of R. F. D. Smith, of Woodstock. Thousands of people keep coughMr. T. I). Lay is getting along No. 1 takes his vacation. Joe Smith was in this part Saturing becau-- e unable to get the right day nicelv with his school. He has only Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Reynodls have nisht and Sunday. remedy. Coughs are caused by five more weeks to teach. moved in the house with her mother, Mr. George White, of Lancaster, Mrs. Betsy A. Singleton. of Throat and Bronchial Declare War on Rheumatism Tubes. What you need is to soothe will move to this place soon. Mrs. Lucy Reynolds and daughter. Rheumatism is an awfid thing this inflammation. Take Dr. King's Mrs. C. M. Estes are visiting Mr. New Discovery, it penetrates the del- - nothing more painful. Don't let it get Foley Cathartic Tablets Jim Reynolds in Tennessee. icate mucous lining, raises the phlegm a hold, but at the Urst twinges take! Are wholesome, thoroughly cleans- and ouickly releives the congested Foley Kidney Pills. They work di- - Wg anfl have a stimulating effect on Style Ctuple Marry Here membranes. Get a 50c bottle from rectly on your weakened . kidneys, the stomach, liver and bowels. Regu-yoFred Veihl and Miss Elle Preston, drtggi-;t- . ''Dr. Kiags N'"buill them up, make them strong, iate with no griping and no a well known young couple of Danqniekry and completely rid your blood and' keep it clear of sen; after effeet. Stout people find ville," came here last week and were stopped' my cough" writer J. R. uric acid. Keep Foley Kidney Pills they give immense relief and united in the holy bonds .of matriFloydale, Texas. Money on hand ready for use atthe first fort. Por sale by all druggists. mony by Rev. Garland Singleton. h.ack if not satisfied, but it nearly sign of rheumatism. For sale by all i Mrs. Amelia Craig accompanied I always helps. iraggbrt. SEE "Our Mutual GutT tonight. thou here. n Chief Carter Laoking Far Owner oi In Arizona When Ostriches Cause . Team to Run Away 3 Turkeys and 8 Chickens local bankert start of federal Reserve bank MEMORIAL FOR MISS BROOKS KILLED WHILE OUT H - I ' J - .( aI 1 - . ..I-I.fl- I -- -- J jn--i- - J x , eii-thus- ed jf xt n -- - "'1 w, ent Tun"CrtRrel'-Gt.-neKii-HorU- m w-lwri- nj; . . ,- El-ac- tJi-.nvi- lle lioii-ekeepi- iig '"l- 1 l- nn-la.- l,! NEW ROAD ENGINEER Friends Pay Tribute To Beloved West End Colored Man Fell Off Fence and Gun Expltded Lady Who Died In West Salary Raised to $1,200 a Year and J- - L- - McKee Riffe Appointed Httstonville, Nov. 20. Crab Orchard, Nov. 20 Abe Perkins of color fell off a To Supervise Pikes On Sunday evening the Christian fence Monday, while out hunting and !'nueaor society gave a memorial The position of Road Engineer, service in memory of Miss Mollie a load of shot penetrated his heart, killing him instantly. He was out winch has been vacant in Lincoln Brooks, who died lately in California. This was done at the suggestion between Stanford and Shelby City county since K. D. Pennington, reot Mrs. Cherry aud other members with other hunters. We later heard signed several months ago, was fillRev. Gabbard delivered a most that probably he shot himself on ed at a meeting of the Fiscal Cour; beautiful talk upon her life here, as purpose, lle had just returned from here Wednesday, J. L McKee Riffe, of Hustonvi'le. being e'ected for a he had heard of. but never knew the asylum. A little sou of Thomas Best, near year beginning January 1st, ll)lo. her. And he dwelt upon her Christian work aud her influence. A New Salem, is very ill of pneumonia. 'ihe salary of the oftice was fixed at Our town and vicinity luis been 81,200 a year with 4U a year alquartette Soiue Time We Shall I'nderstaiid" was touchingly rendered run oer with insurance agents for lowed for assistance, being an increase of ;?2UU a year over the salby Rev. Gabbard, Dr. Adams, Mrs. the last ten days. John T. Land, of Moreland, died ary paid Mr Pennington. Allie Pettus and Mrs. Caltha New-lan- d. Wedne-da- y morning of typhoid fevThe last legislature p'aced it withA sketch of her life, as we a short illness and was in the power of the Fiscal Court oi er, after knew it was read by Mrs. Bettie Buchanan. Then "Where The Circle buried in the ilustonville cemetery each county to have a Road En" gineer or not, as a s:iw fit, and for is not Broken' was sweetly sung bv Thursday. Crit Riffe, George Tucker, Jerry a time after the resignation of Misses John Eva Hilton and Ktnel each magistrate iu this Geiszl. It Avas a most touching ser-i'-- c Adams and Dr. O. S. Williams, of for Mollie was greatly beloved Ilustonville and Frank Mansfield, of county endeavored to look after the Lexington, started Sunday on an roads in his district. After trying by all our people. , Overland journey to the Cumberland that plan for a whi'e. the magisMrs. Peters left Sunday for Perry. river to Lock No. 7, for a few days trates deemed it advisable to have Okla., to visit her mother, whom she on a and hunting trip. an engineer aud qualified road nuiu Las not seen for fourteen years. J. J. Allen and George Tucker to look after the turnpikes iu the Mrs. Maggie Fish and Mrs. Cal" attended court at ?douticello this county, and so e'ected Mr- Riffe. It tha Xewlaud went to Louisville week, in. behalf ot the Boyle county is stated, that the dirt roads of the Tuesday to see the holiday display, parties, in regard to a sheep trans- muiiiV wi'l be worked under the and do some shoppig. action some time past. overseer system however, with warnMiss Fannie Thompsou has been Mrs. Frank Mansfield, of Lexing- ing out of hands as was done this iu Mt. Vernon several weeks with ton is here this week on a visit to past yeai. whi'e the Engineer will her grandmother. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Slave charge of only the pikes- The court at this meeting a'so Mrs. Maggie Gover and Shirley Williams. I. Routenberger has rented the J add came up from Stan" claims of thise who served as and Mis?. ford Saturday to attend church on property known as the Iv. ( unipbell officers of electiou- A- - (' Muncie, property of Varney Tanner and will Sunday. near Waynesburg, Mr. Leece has moved into the move to same in a short time. Slick was allowed 10 for t.me on the Green, the Sims county road. painter of home of Mrs. Gover. Judge Bai'ey was appointed a is doing the work. Mr. James McCall is visiting his The Ladies Aid society of the committee to have such repairs made brother at Maretsburg. Baptist church will hue an exchange to the fail as he may deem necesMrs. L. L. Sanders aim Billy on Wednesday, Nov. :M. day before sary. George ilolderman motored to Lex- Thanksgiving Mrs Dock Rogers and Mrs. Rachat Lair's new store ington Tuesday. room. Come and buy your Thanks- el Lewis were allowed a month Mr. and Mors. Newman lloldman, giving dinner and help a good cause. as support from the county. of Jellico, Tenn., are with Mr.--. A'l four of the magistrates were J. D. Park. George Good and son. Claudia lloldman. Allen ami Win Whitehead, of Cov- present and it is sid that they ict-e- d unanimously on these matters- Frank lloldman is not so well at ington were here over Saturday night , with Pap Good, on their way to this writing. Mr. James Manuel had a fall some Rus.sel Springs u a hunting expediMORELAND days ago ami hurt his leg. lie paid tion for a week. They were in a Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Rueker and but little attention to it at the time, large touring car. children have been on a visit with McKee Riffe has been doing some relatives and friends at Eminence. but soon it began swelling and Dr. Phillips has had to work faithfully rock crushing for the town ihe past lion. B. B. King has ieuiritcd to keep down blood poison, lle is tew days. lie has (juite a lot of Irom an extended trip through Oklastone to crush for fertilizing pur- homa. doing alright at present. Dr. Jones is out again after a ser- poses for the fanners of this secMr. ami Mrs. J. C. Xeal. ol Bade ious spell of throat trouble, much to tion. City, Fin., are at the bedside of their Mrs. F. J. Mans field and Mrs. I). sou, William, who has been critically the delight of his patients and friends There will be an oyster supper in W. Dunn motored to Stanford Wed- ill, but we are glad to say at this the Cidton house Friday night for nesday afternoon to procure hun- writing is some better. the benefit of the Ladies Aid of the ters license. Mrs. S. C. White had as her guest?. See I). W. Dunn and he will trim on hiat Friday. Mesdames John Christian church. Everyone is invited shape. . Howe aud baby, of Chattanooga, and oysters wilL be served iu any your meat in an - ...- .. - . .. ... "ii . .. Mr. S. II. Johnson and bride, oi j Anderson v. way you like best. Minneiiev. ot I'eVtons'fs Mr. and Mrs. George DeBorde Boyle county, came over Sunday on Well. spent Saturday and Sunday with a visit for a short while to the faMr. B. B. Montgomery, of Coltheir brothers and sjsters here and ther of the bride, Evan Lyons, out umbia, is with his brother. Rev. W G. Montgomery aud family. Saturday night a crowd of thirty-on- e on the Middleburg pike. met to gret them. J. M. Bailey, State Game Warden, Miss Eugenia Hubble, of 3eKin-neof their friends .Music and a fine social time was has been in this and other sections was the attiactho guest ot hutl and it was a late hour before seeing after illegal dynamiting in Mx. and Mrs. Shelby Hubble, a part they adjourned. Everybody loves Carpenter's Creek, Green river and of last week. Rolling Fork, the past season and! Mr. Enoch C'offinau has rented the George aud his wife. Miss Myrtle Murray has returned also some illegal hunting before the Thomas store house below the. law was out and then some have school building and will be glad to from Brodheud. opened a num- been hunting without license. A clost have one and all call ami inspect Mr. Bob White has ber one restaurant at the depot, watch Is being given this time and ibis goods before buyiug elsewhere. , will Mrs. Matt Engleman and where he is serving the public to the those who are violating line, be handled to the fullest extent of the sons, of Campbellsville. are on a very best of everything in his isit with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shew-make- r. lie has eveything to tempt the ap- law, if caught so doing. Mi's. E. D. Kennedy and daughpetite at the honest prices and evter. Miss Mary Dee. of Stanford eryone is treated alike. A TEXAS WONDER McClure has mov- - were here Tuesday with relatives. Mrs. Nancy A. uer sisier, iirs. r ramies ei witu The Texas Wonder cutcs kidney and n, li-hi- ng - W-F- up-to-d- Mc-Knuie- y. f"2.-"- 0 up-to-d- - -- y, su-h- two-littl- e Edmiston. s .... ..... g, - . !.--st es -! nc-bu- rg. Js' Mc-Kinz- ie, s k , I ur nnwlea-Discoye- iy cora-Wat- ts. NEALS CREEK Miss Elsie Singleton and Barrett Singleton, of Waynesurg, were down to see Misses Oca and Chloe Farmer Sat unlay ami Sunday. Mr. Albert Skidraore has returned home, from Texas, after a visit uncle, three or four months to his Peter Gill. BEE LICK Misses Ethel and Bessie Braekett Corn gathering is the order of of Stanford were out to see Miss the day. Friday aud Saturday. Oca Fanner Miss Jane. Denny has been sick, Miss Catheriue Belden was at erty street. biit is better afthis writing. Rowland Sunday.Prof. R. G. Huey made u flying Mr. J. II. Cordial has his new Miss Elsie Singletou and Miss business trip to Georgtu'vn Sattir to see day. He hurried back Satv.rday night store complete and is doing a good Oca Farmer were at Stanford business. Misses Ethel aud Bessie Braekett. to be at Snnds.y School Sundi.y. Mrs. IF. II. Isaacs has been visitJ. C. Farmer was at McKinney John Paul is out again looking a ing n few days. at Woodstock Sunday. little thin after a long tussle with The series of meeting closed at Mrs. Morris Daugherty the grip. Mr. and Provideney? Monday, conducted by to Somerset to make have moved J. T. Jasper was dovn I.st week sorry to see assisting his son, W. 'P. Jasper Rev. J. .L. Davis. It was the best their home. We are all meeting Avebavc hud here, sinco the good folks leave. to gather corn. Rev. Davis held the last one for us. Mr. and Mrs. Durward Singleton, We are going to have some more Two made the noble confession and of Danville, spent several days last politics in thp count v soon. The ofweek with Mr. Dink Farmer and fice of Circuit Clerk is to be filled were baptized and much good was done. Rv. Davis is a sound doe-trifamily. i next . venr and that office has got-- , preacher able to proclaim the .. ;, Our prayer meeting is progressing! f f, gospel. proud to nicely. We are very to(1 hat thoro Aml wp j(pmn)TOts n rL.,v. :u,,i rep-.iRevs. Greer and Sartam out edues-nr- p ReaHy Dtcs Relieve Rheumatism pons mnnv rlmf tvnnld not ohie:t It day night. Everybody who is afflicted with High- Edgar Dugan and sister of serioiglv :0 he assigned the du'v f should by prayer meeung iur dom tnp wrjt;nJr for Tne Oomnvm- - j; Rheumatism in any formsv? land, attemle.1 Iw.tilc nil n.ann Wednsdav night . .. . wonlHi .Tnr xvair nnif them . . Liniment on hand, llie inmnte yon -. u i..n.t Kinitiin., uui,,.v ov. , dod tip iiv ana uiniuuii or a joint or ! pel Fainbathesoreness mSloan'; Lini- was in this part Monday. ' muscle, it with n.nui n.i Tn.i;iu vii OmuoU uaii uciai ocamra isui waii ment. Do not nib it. Sloan's penc- Hundred of ijuitations luvre eoniej A slight cough often becomes , trates almost immediately right to nA nnp since PolevVj Honey and serious, Lungs get congested, Dron- - the seat of pain, relieving the hot To,. rmnnnnfl besran 40 vears ago a ." " ""i .i n ..i- Bip .. truuer, swoueu leeuog iiuu ui.uvui;-of ccushs andJchial Tubes fill with mucous. Your U vitality is reduced. Yon need Dr. the part easy and comfortable. Get colds You can not get a substitue , j V, mn wh.at.Folevs Honev and .j Bell's Pjne. Tar Honey. It soothes a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for it 25 in passages, loosens cents of any druggist and have your irritated Tar Compound will do for coughs mucons ana air es your against colds, sore and ma system the honse tolde. croup, bronchial affection, la fcaby and chil. swollen ."joints, rheumatism, neural-gi- a, "rippe coughs, and tickling throat, resists colds. Give the sciatica aud like ailments. dren Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. TVs Biiv it ofonr druggist and feel , guaranteed to help tkem. Only 2oc Yonr mosey back of aot satisfied, safe. For sale by all druggists. tat it does give almost instant relief & a' yott Druggist. AYK -- MIDDLEBURG Clarence Moore has sold his shop at Yosemite to Will Douglas. Business is opening up here pretty lively rate. II. C. McWiiorter has attached a planer to his grist null. Sam Bell is preparing to couvert tin; old water mill into a light plant. So vou S"e tli,.t there is going to be ,Io:, regardless of the ethi revision ..f the tariff downward. Rev. K. G. Martin, principal of the graded school here, will move to town about December fir?t. He will occupy t!ie F.iglg property on Lib" gravel, bladder troubles, dissolves cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Regulates blalder troubles in children. It not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt of $1.00. One small bottle is two months' treatment, and seldom fails to perfect a. cure. Send for testimonials from this and other states. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2926 Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by (adv.) druggists. iv ne seej. ! b Cl.-xin'. 1 icn i- . 4. I ,? " fa r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STAMFORD. KEWTUCY. TUESDAY.' NOVEMBER 17, 1914. The Interior Journal dHELTON All b'AUFLEY STH1CTL.T Proprietor IN ADVANCE WHEN THE WEATHER GETS TOO BAD TO USE YOUR CAR gl A TEAS Entered at the pottoffiee at Stanford $teond elan mail matter. 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 candidate for office, subject to the August, Democratic primary in 1915: For Circuit Judge (3. A. HARDIN', of Mercer county. CllAS. C. FOX of Boyle 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. r""' miT'j., i III Early jn the session of the 1914 n legislature, the League had prepared and offered for pas" sage into law a bill whieh was designed to make more effective the prohibition against carrying liquor into dry territory, in that the railroads-, express companies and other carriers were required to keep an TOOLS AMD THE MEN WHO WE HAVE EVERY FACILITY-T- HE exact record of who received liijuor KNOW HOW TO MAKE YOUR OLD MACHINE RUN ALMOST AS in dry territory, for what purpose it was intended, etc. The legislature GOOD AS NEW. NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE IT DONE. WE CARRY was 'arge'y dry iu the views, of its n ALL SIZE TIRES AND OTHER EQUIPMENT IN STOCK. league members, and the bill was accepted as it came from that organization and enacted into law- - The members felt that the Jead- iiiff temperance men" of the state ought to know Avhat,they wanted PHONE 203 STANFORD, KENCUCKY and would offer only such a law as wou'd strengthen the cause of temperance in the state- - It now develops that this law contained a "joker," in that a clause in it has been interA Sufferer From Rheumatism For 25 Years Tells What the Great Andes' preted by the courts to repeal the law of 190G which piohibitcd shipment into dry territory of this state Medicines Did For Him of liquor from any other part of the slate- The Court of Appeals in an (Ala-- ) Adver- - 30 years- The 3Ionigoiwery lie says: ''I have spent AU directions and information en- - ouiuion Wednesday said that the new j manv dollars for medicine that has closed with each hipiuent- - Also j law makes it perfectly Wa to shin tiFor says: When anyone has suffered from done me no good whatever. I have! the vuluub'e book. "Health and Han "iquor from one point in Kentucky , been using Aude's Prescription and j pines'y' sent and given to exery to another point, no matter wheth:ut aliment J or 20 or HO vear . Lk .a w AA f aSldl alll.ilti. UUUUl tU flv& tlUU 1L JUUS UU1IC UITI IIVV er the county of destination is dry disease ha became chrome and m , Jll mmv m,i ,. Aude-tIl.m miy im.lliljme Gre.lt on bas Mo equai lor or not. Now we know tha,t the acej many incurable, curing deafness- - Air. 11- T- - Craw- - tion of the Genrcal Assembly in this ,.,Vl, ever taken" in liS)i'iiiii:iiim. a.-- it i well known! cures all' ford, of 329 South ilok St- - 63 years mutter was jn perfectly good faith. Prescription Amb' fai-tsthat there are few medicine from a Kidney, Liver and Bladder of age, has been hard of hearing for Jt took the n League's that will eliminate uric acid entirely l rouble. Weak Back, Pains over j a number of years- - Ln.--t night bill ;m( parsed is practically with" the ytcm. Andc'.-- G cat j' Kidney, having i'iv(uently deire to fore an audience of 4.000 he was out amendment, J'oi-- it believed that Pi -- eription, where properly used empty the bladdrc, skin yellow or' made to understand anything 40 the League knew what good, fair and iuipnrtiuH sullow. losing Jlesh- appetite poor feet away. Kinging, roaring head it wa- - doiiiff- It develops now that and .ujve in mouth noises, buzzing sounds contracting the trial, wjll positively remove al' uric tongue roared, had n League bill simply by it action on arising, break spells, dizy and co'd caily, ears stopped up, wax played into the hands of Kentucky acid lrom the system j lightness of the head, shortness of .dry in ear. all these troubles can be liquor dealers who previously wcr-on tin- - kidneys- And where the joints have become breath, palpitation of the heart, overcome by using Aude's Oil in ond unable to ship liquor into dry terriex- - bloating and fullness alter meals, ' around the ear, and the Great 'Pre- - tory in this state. No one is to he stiff or swollen Aude's Oil tcinally Avith the great prescription, constipated, sick, nervous head- - ccnption must be used internally blamed but the Anti-SaloLeague. will cure any that is curable. ; aches and hot Hashes. Price Andes Price of the Great Oil, 50 cents per Mr. J- - W- - 11- - Jenniim-- of 302 j Great Prescription, $1.00 per bottle, nottle, 3 for statesmen are Certain These medicines are on sale in Columbus street, has been a chronic' : ,r 2.30, 0 for . jumping into print with declarations by mail if von cali't call Stanford by Shugar's Drug Store. suffering from rheumatism for 25 or' Order that the agitation for state-wid- e prohibition and woman suffrage KIDDS STORE must be stopped, and thf. they may An infant son r. and Mrs.'D. oiler themselves as candidates to P. Popplewell, near Kidd's Store, assist in the estoppal. Perhaps the passed away this week. The infant job may be harder than they was 25 days old. The heart broken imagine. The way we see them, parents have the sympathy of many neither will be stopped until the peofriends. The funeral services were ple have had a vote on them. The Veld at the Mays cemetery at two next legislature will probably submit o'eloek. one of these questions and possibly both to a vote of the people. There's BREAKS A COLD IN a very wide difference between JUST A FEW HOURS favorable action on these matters by a legislature and the vote of the "Pape's Cold Compound Ends Cold people. We believe that any quesand Grippe Misery at Once tion of.publie importance in which a Don'i oiay &iuiitu-u- p: sufficient number of citizens are should be submitted to the You can end grippe and break up people for a vote, if wanted, and a severe cold either in head, client, thus put the proposition directly up body or limbs, by taking u dose of to the people for their say. The "PapeV (old Compound" every two question of adoption or rejection is hours until three doses are taken. another matter. Let the people vote It prompth opens cloggod-ii- p nos- - on any question that they may de- es trus and anin the head, sire. stops nasty discharge or nose running, rellieves sick headache, dullAn Active Liver Means Health ness, feverishness, sore throat, sneezing, soreness and stiffness. If you want good health, a clear complexion and freedom from Dizzi- Don't stay stuffed-uii- ! Quit blow- Constipation, Biliousness, ing and snuffling! Ease vour throb-- i ne!,,S bing head nothing else in the world Headaches and Indigestion, take Dr unes such prompt relief as ''Pape's King s New Life Pills. They drive undigested Cold Compound," whieh costs only out fermenting and food- -, clear the Blood and cure Concents at any drug store.lt without assistance, tastes nice, and stipation. Only 25e. at your drugimi inconvenience. Be sure you gist. He'; the genuine. Men's, young men's and boys' Suits and -l "SETS-IT,- " Drops, Overcoats, Mackinaws and Raincoats now CHAPPELL GAP We have decided to cut our stock down ilKs Cordelia Griffin and sou oJ Gern Daniel Broughton visited their auet and have put the prices within reach of all. Saturday night. The Only Sttrc "Eiidsr cf Ml Coras. The jiraycr meeting is getting Desperate, arc you, over trying to $25 Suits, all wool best make . . get rid of corns? Quit ssinff old along nicely. new names, bandages, formulas Mi-Brought-.!i on the winding-tape- s under and cotton rincs that and $20.00 Suits now . . $15.00 N ick list. make a fat little package out of your Airs, ficcrge Noakes is visitlntr : : Biodhead. $10.00 and $12.50 Suits now Airs. Martha Broughton and Boy's Clothing very low. children were the guests of Mrs. Anti-Saloo- I "We offer yon a plain work shoe heavy, solid as a bone, for $2.50 & $3.00' you the "Men' Ease" the King of work shoes at S3.5G. $150, $5.00 & $8.00 Then we Iioav Bring it to us and let us put it in good shape for next season. then the "Witch Elk" ea.sy lenth-M--lirie- d Anti-Saloo- THE LINCOLN GARAGE from the top to toe. on your feet. the thing Ihe hunti-- i and er'K wader u", 12, 13 and jS inch tops at .ut 1 $5-00- , $7.00, $8.50 & $10.00 H. J. McROBERTS THICK, GLOSSY HAIR FREE FROM DANDRUFF Girisl Bautify Your Hair! Make it Soft Fluffy and Luxuriant Try the Moist Cloth Try as you will, after an application of anderinc, you cannot find a tion of Danderine, you cannot find a hair and your scalp will not itch, but what will please you most, wil" he after a few weeks' use, when you see new hair, fine and downy at first yes but really new hair growing all over the scalp. A little Danderine immediately doubles the beauty of your hair. Xo difference how dirty, faded, brittle and scraggy, just moisten a cloth with Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. The effect is immediate ami amazing your hair will be light, fluffy and wavy, and have an appearauce of abnndanee; an incomparable lustre, softness and luxuriance, the beauty and shimmer of true hair and health-Ge- t a 2i cent bottle of Knowlton s Danderine from any drug store or toilet counter, and prove that your hair is as pretty and soft as any that it has been neglected or injured by careless treatment that's all HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT The People's Market Place Advertise What You fiave to Sell - At last we have a i razor good enough to Guarantee for Life ! 4 a1 w h 1 1 r ST I 4 S I a-- - - Anti-Saloo- be-jrn- m -- Tungsten Shumate's any face urd adapted to$2.75 any beard. and shapes to fit Sizes Anti-Salo- on for s aix cv -i .- - . - e t.-it- ! Anti-Saloo- Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. nmmpni. l.ixm 1 ( u-e- d on a-e - so-call- $o-00- Mo vets Phone 54. Heaters -- i - of-M- The Hit of the Season OPERA HOUSE GEO. H. FARRIS, Stanford, Kentucky A KENTUCKY BELLE ? Heating Stoves, Coal Vases, Coal Hods, Grates, Fire Brick, Tile Backs, Fire Clay, Lime, etc. at Wednesday, Nov. 25 Insure vour orooertv wih Bromlev & Bromlev, Stanford. Kv. A Big Laugh for Everybody. Don't Miss It. ADMISSION 25c, 35c, and 50c FOR SALE 1 will sell a Singer sewing machine, good as new. very cheap. Mrs. E. C. Eubanks, More-lauKy. d, FOK Di-dio- SALE. Mammoth Jlrone - pa-sag- turkeys.; toms 3 and hens .$2. Mrs. Y. F. Stanford. Route 1, 02-- 1 Phone S8V. the teachers meeting at Orchard November, 21st. Crab -- W. H. Hig'gins Attend at 10:30 A. M. GARLAND SINGLETON, To ! Supt. Boots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded eccoroingr to the Criminal A Formulas & Secipes of Charlio White-Moo- n, Tho Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed ia the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. the SCIENCE SOPE, for the Great Body-Toni- c. Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write C03T-CEX-SA- 92-- 2 Clothing,Clothing, Clothing, cost " a-t- s the taxpayers of Crab Orchard, the penalty will go on your school tax after December lrt. O. M. LAflKEY. Treasurer. Wedclinn nrcsents Zx-ilusi- ve 'd- at 2 Vanishes! ai Mueller's iew-el- rv B, store. An upper plate fci set of teeth, between city limits and Win. Fields'. If found in jjood condition reward for n,turn to ollice of Dr. T. J 01-l- p1 W. Pennington, Stanford. LOST FOR SALE Three Jersey ccmsj good ones; one giving milk; the oth-- 5 er two will be fresh m three and V. C. Gilliland, Kings Moun91-- 1. tain, Ky. FOR 'SALE Pare bred Indian Runner Ducks, White Plymouth Rock, White Leghorn and Buff Orphincrton chickens. Mrs. II. R. 90-- tf Saufley. H-m- an CHARLIE WBITE-M00- N Tke Coirky lerealat 2ICINATOR Or Y!MITrCtVS ChHEME WW5 ... $15.00 $10.00 $ 7.50 Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N fB!ES A B SCIEKE S8TE West Broadway LouisvfHe, Kentucky s Ah-gL-i- e A ! i em Don't Forget to Go to All kinds of Shoes now at a very low price. To buy here means you save big money, the prices are for ROBINSONS Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank. ONLY TEN DAYS and sister Miss Bessie enjoyed a- - number of their friends. Mr. Henry Davis is getting along nicely with his chool. Mr. Bob Davis is very ill at this writing. Mr. Egbert Green and his daughter, Miss Bessie were at the singula: at Mr. Johnson on Chestridge Sat- Tom ChuppelJ. Mr. Cho-.ie- r Green T. D. NEWLAND Opposite Court House For your Thanksgiving Oysters, Celery and Telephone 168 Don't Forget "Quality when y bay ihmt J. L Beazley & Co i MONUMENT Don't forget Harry Jacobs Buys Quality and Sells Quality Only TdcrkMe Me. 164 g5gT8HSSKiA7 UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER STANFORD, Fimiitiirf Mattiiif, Ruft. Furniture ExdiaMa1 fir aH Kin Of Sttek. PHONE 42 STANFORD. KY y your feet by and ointments. To use knives, files, folsccrj and razors, scin;? and hacUInpr ut a corn, Women Suffer Terribly from Kidney only make it prow faster and bisser. It also Vrincrs Canser ,cf. bleeding and. blood Ucison. The new Trtulfe the never 'knovh Around on her' feet all day no (new principle is WCE7S-:T- .- teJore in It's a wonder a woman has backache, head- liquid 2 drops on a corn doc3 tho ache, stiff swollen points, weari- work. Pain goes, the corn begins to shrivel and out it comes! 1 apply ness, poor sleep and kidney trouble. it in two seconds. Nothing m stick; to nothing to hurt, and it never fails. Foley Kidney Pills give quick reTry "GETS-i- r tcnlght lief for those trobles they strenghten luses, warts or bunions.ca corns, cal"GETS-IT- " by druggists the kidneys take away the aches,' if everywhere, 2Cc a bottle, or sent dipains and weariness makes life rect by E. Lawrence & Co.. Chicago. worth living again. Try Foley Kidney Pillc and see how mneh better For sale in Stanford at Skogars' Drug store yon feel. For sale by all drnzgists. using toe. Quit punishing in to-cai- urday night. .Mrs. E. A. Green visited Mis. Daniel Broughton. TUs I lie Grip cf the Footcrmity of "GET-rsa.!vc3 Mt.-r.v- CaraleM r Exchange Notice The Ladies of the Baptist church, will have an exchange in the post-offibuilding; on Nov. 2."th. be- ce tv. ginning at 9:30. Come and buy your cakes, pies, beaten biscuits, dressed chickens, nut bread, and, candies for your Thanksgiving dinner- - Black cakes a specialty. We will appreI ciate yoqr orders. 1 Hack! Hack! Hack! With raw tickling throat, tight chest, sore lungs, you need Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, and quickly. The first dose helps, it leaves a soothing, healing coating as it glides down yonr throat, you feel better at once. Every user is a friend. For sale by all druggists. THE- - BIG SALE Is Still on at L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard. Now is the time to get Bargains i 2fc thf INTTRIQR JOURNAL STANFORD KENTUCY. TUESDAY. NOVEMBERS I9i4. COLDS An IS. up-to-da- I J te colds. That is what Peruna remedy for USe OVer-l'"1'4 In Successful Celebrated His 16th Birthday Mike MeCarty, the son oi' Mr- - and Mrs- - NY- - L- - MeCarty, dehghti'ui'y entertained u number of bis friends at ins heaiilifu1 home on East Alain street, on hist Friday evening- - Jt va his sixteenth birthday- - While and ehry.santheiuunih were Used iteeoiations- - Alter the quests had moved a number ol' interesting e.-games, deUglitl'u1 refreshments served in a most charming maimer. 'ihe guests milliners uliout 101 tyl'ive. c mm, .JSJfl tgjy Ww I vll 50 years. ft GIVE THANKS FOR THIS ''''''''BBBBBBBBBBJBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbBbBbBBB rsVTvfc GVAf' -- I took Peruna not been troubled with the and have liKhtest cold this entire season." Mr. Harry Fiaber, 1938 Moaber St.. Baltimore, aid. "I give the children Peruna If thev nave a cold, and It always rol!eveR D Hyea. 1M7 Druid i?iiim; MJ?-,Avfc. Baltimore Md. "When I feel a cold coming on I take a little Peruna. and It does mo frood.'Mr. Charlca S. Many, 12 Water St.. Osalnlns, N. Y. "JCo family should ever be without Peruna. for It is an unfailing' cure for cold," Mra. M. F. Jones. Burning Springe. Ky. L Colds are caught In many ways: Illy ventilated rooms; rooms that have direct draughts ; crowded rooms; damp houses; stuffy school rooms; offices illy heated. A dose of Peruna at the right time, at the first symptom of cold, before the bones begin to ache, before the sore throat manifests itself, or the cough, or the discharge from the nose, just a dose or two of Peruna before these symptoms begin is generally sufficient But after the cold is once established with the above symptoms prominent, a bottle of Peruna, or maybe two, will be necessary. "FT eV?rfl year 1 have been troubled with cold, at each change of season. IflKS'iNi S. E. Owsley Dies Suddenly the 1. J. went to pi ess Fiday morning news came ol the death about nine o'clock of Jlr. Stephen K. Owsley, one oi' the l.e&t known i"arnier.s of the county, in liic Jlul)lle section, lie was ahoiii l!7 year.-- of age and hi.--, wife, who was Mit Alice Overstreet before their marriage and the following chil . U. alter Owsley, Mrs. area, liicc, of Louivillc, ulm has been in Stanford Jor several days, tlie yae.--r eager, Alls. Isaof Mrs. JSu.-bella Henry, of Chicago, ami .Mrs. I.ouis C Conwell, oJ' Bussell, Kan-c- ;i survive. .More detail?, wilt be A sii-.lde- -- -- an Mr i kin SV"' m-lSs- r -- tllVfUl ,.. iH-.l- L I1il1 IJJUC. SJ - Mrs Foster Entertains Rook Ciub Mi;-- . J. Ii. Foster's home on Knob Lick pike, was the source of a most en oyahle Hook party on Tue.-da- y aitcriioon. The pretty home was decorated with ascs of ehiysan-tiiemunJ'or the occasion ami to' gether with the ideal fall day. The is The first big cut in prices in our Ladies' Ready-to-WeDepartment. On any Cloak, Suit, Dress, Waist or Skirt in our house we will allow you a reduction of one-fift-h of the price. A few Suits and Cloaks to close at a greater reduction than the above. Think what this means when the goods are marked reasonable at the beginning. This means a $20 Suit at $16, a $15 Cloak at $12. ar m"'W 9 111' tft Everything in Underwear, Blankets and Comforts. afternoon '1 j was- - delightfully spent. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Social Calendar here was only one club member absent, her place being filled by Mr;. he. ie McKiiiney. The ones, winning We want all people who have chronic ( iouji Mi-- s The loud stomach trouble or .scares you. no mat Oltie tlurtis wa.-- the j:ue.- -t ter of how long standing, to try one . hoar-- e oroupv conirh. choking and oi Mi (ieoriiia Floyd of Geneva do fe of Mar's Wonderful Stomach for I,TOth. labored brealh-:niccl- y Saturday. one doc will convince ou. . reuet. The Thlis jc the medicine o manv of "our " - (':i11 1or Mr. J. C. Farmer, of Neal's very iir- -t do-local people have been taking with ot Honey throinrh here Sunday. reMilts. The most thorough 'and Tar Compound will master the Mi.s.s Myers accomi)anied Iy It's system cleanser we ever sold. Mayr's It cuts the thick mue;i. daughter. Mis- - Mattie Myers, mor ':i. Wonderful Stomach Remedy is now .ilear.-- away the phlegm and open-u- p tored over irom Mc.Kinney and took sold here by a?'d the air passages. For the 1 Ciiuy'j x:ug Store and Druggists Ev uroup on Fnd:iy t.ywcere sale by all druggists. pve-en- t. There wen1 sixty-tw- o con-tipatio- ROWLAND 'Ii Ladies Aid Society of the highest scoie for the afternoon tion, has been the .u'i'.e- -t ot her i. ( lmi;an huivh will meet with!i 'uru .Mi. W. A. Tribble ami Mrs. 3Ir- -. S. K. Carter. .Maud Jlillj of Danille. was ther, ills. CONDENSED REPORT TO COMPTROLLER 0FCURREKCY0F Mr. . . Iii"hi at two o clock. ..J. B Paxlon. At the concluii.n of J'C-s- ie j,etliuriin o' the tramc a two course luuclieon olved once the uue.--t of her sister, Airs Dtn-a- ' Vernon BB' is Xov. L'j Baptist wa.-- here h:- -t wee.'- to -- ce : Ladies "will sen ed. i for all hv Cnlumh Price. Saturdav For daily use in millions of kitchens ha& lu.e an cvchainre. Mr- -, liernnrd Hauan, 06 Louis-- 1 uer trrnnttmothor. Mv. S. K. C r Stanford. Ky.. at CicSe of Bus'ncSs Gel. 31. 12$. proved that Calumet is highest not only in ter. who is very ill. Dec j Hook Club will meet "with HGW TO SUCCEED qualtty but in lea-u- c ''wj poiver as well un- ville and Mi.s. Richard .Martin, of RESOURCES IC. M. Rowland Chnrles Lear of w;..-th- e wit!: a.1 two ue.-- lof thtii Dining the last Jew year.--, condi- failing hi results pure to the extreme and Danxille, are the Loans $355,722.52 Capital Stock. .5100,000.00 wonderfully economical in use. Ask vour of hi- - -- ister. Air- -. O'.lie Sliest tions m all line- - of business, even grocer. And try Calumet next bake day. j mother, .Mrs. Mai-- Hall. U. S. and LinI'richett. Sunday. Surplus and After a vi.sit with relatives, Mr- -. life, hae cliangeM so coln County Ali Alabe! Robert i Drafts i. r 106,439.62 J J. K. Popples is in Pari: Received Highest Awards Kdd Adam- - ha- - returned to her aunt, Air- -. Julia lhidirett .i! SLin-fir- d this completely that every man - wak131,600.00 Bonds ..-- . Circulation. 100,000 00 Imine at I'edford. Ind. wel; attending court. ing up to the fact that in order to Banking House 10,176.26 Sunday. Pare Mi Deposits - - 174,834.27 . . M. .Mount oi Lancaster was win -- sicce he mu- -t specialize ami Wori"Kipo'ilioi, Katherit.e Ih'lden, of Xeal's J:r-Food Federal Reserve Croek. w:.- - the truest of her jrnnd-lathe- r, liic "uc- -; oi Jdr- -. 11. .). .icijiMr.t iearn to do some one thing ami ln il CKicito, !!). Bills Pavabic . 65.000.00 2,017.50 Bank Stock Parb Eipoii. LOST l'etwcen my plac on the !B Cash and Bank Sunday. Mr. N. I!. tion, Freccc, veil. icaae-tmMarch, Mr. ami Mr- -. Will l'erliinsHo it - with any article that knob by the way of turnpike. .; 1S1Z. 46,757.61 Balances Air. and .Mr-.- V. M- - Fmle. ol Leh-:ii- ii i lends m Danville Sunday. IS MM It mu.--l have ffETBnT 1 to the people. 546,273.89 large Topaz seal and clasp, or. j: 1 .luucfi)ii. nic the juc.--t ol" X-$546,273.89 Mr.--, genuine merit or no amount ol' Ii C. Ila and Mr- -. D. L. buckle attached. Finder K. SHANKS, Presto. rutt'i autl tunii'y- .i?i - po'y :. will maintain :i deuuiud Whceldeii. ! Albia, were the irue.--tTdi- - and Air- -. Goonio F- - Dol'oide . W. H. BRIGHT, Cashier. this office or to Ja-- . P. t . ui' yir. F. S. llsiv l:i- -t week. tiie nrtiele. the week i'n m Crah Orch- ior if.';-- .: Mr. and Mr- -. J.une- - Steward rcwai'd. hi.'.e For iiianx years drutpii-t- s ard with rchiJne-- , and friend- -. to Cedar Creek. v.itchcd with much intere-- t the r- J. D. End-.- , oi Shelby coiinl', record maintained hv Dr. Mr. Lena Holly of Lebanon June .;:.-- o.cr tin- - week with ol1' IviimerV Swamp-lioo- t. the .ureal HjhI- - and wile. Kidney, l.ixer and lihiddcr lieuiedy. HOW I CURED Doier i-.- w.nkiujr for From ihe ery heuiuinu the proprie-operatL- - II- - iii'lon this week, tor.--, had -- o much confidence in it MY CATARRH while 3h- - JJiUon is 011 a hunting that they invited everyone to le.- -t it. .peuitioiiIt - a physician's prescription. J 'an tjonc- - and oC itcr, AIi Fran-- -- Tliy- Iisu'p on file thou-an- dTOLD IN A SIMPLE WAY (e.-- J one- -, of .St. Loui- -, AIo., were letter ' received from the guej-l- their aunt, Airs- - J. B-- toriner suiloivrsj who ekiiin they arc Without Apparatus, Inhalers, Salves. YMoWtsaMaaaerwkayo tmycaeavor hiful Fo-t- cr , 'a- -t week. 'jow enioyimr jrood health a a and other relative-Lotions, Harmless Drugs, Smoke lUUviwwder. Don't Ittutkd. BnOlamtL It'll I wmtt trnied ore wkoietoae thct bxt rcuitt. I e. or Electricity .f it A. (.'. Aliuicie,, S(juire Camden, jCotattwfaf toptriortowr iikJfa. I tlowev'r. il you wku tir-- t to try Levi Alun-i- c and rid ijooch, of Way-- i AMD DAY NIGHT HEALS bottle. addre-- - Ur. Kilmer ednc-da- v weje here ami l JUMBO & Ttiliultzlllltoll, X. Y.. CU.lo- -. ., R lull! Uli- - ..illce : i.1,.:i.:iii1 cmII. It is a new way. It is sonieihin. ten cent- - and mention tl:.-- paper. Air- -. J. V. Cauuhman entertained Little Walter Deulnim bail tin absolutely different. No lotion-spraThey will promptly forward you a ini-i'tune of talliii" down stairs the ook Club on Thursday afteror sickly nie'tH.i.i "salv ample bottle bv Farcel Po-- t. ami breaking hi- - leg last Sunday. al noon of Sunday as the type, for sale at all druy;- - The little fellow is getting aloi.j. ereair.s. No atomizer, or any appar.1-tu- s had ii in Tue.-dayisMie. of any kind. Nothing to moke ': banlc-ivin- u and Christina- - tine aiv..is Vm:nd y:i'd-- . m our line. Ii nicely. :. ic Wall- - and wile, of I opan, rii- - hllv cent- - ami or inhale No steaming or rabbin-- , 92-- 4 i you save money the lurge-- t and be- -t -- elected stock ol .Jewelto Oiakhoiua. hae jctiuned home .vf- -' Andrew Black and i'auiily are or mictions. To .lec!tv.ir.y or ihr;-lio- n ry in Kentucky, come to Danville look for the Mammoth Street !(! tcr a vi-- it to many friend- - and rela back from Francis, Arkansas, am. No powder; iii or nias-atr- e. Coc II. Alo-c- r, who ha- - occupied -- e. you will tind the largest hue f :u ro the street from the Conrt lion ln- - in the -- olh end of Lincoln' have rented lrom Miss, Artie lhisiii, no keeping in the hous-a niirht operator at the county. for the coining year. Xothing of that kind at all. Some place for the past three years, J. T. tenibry, Wesley iFmbn' and ih K. M. Howard has sold his gaso-lin- e i now working a agonl at Greens-bur;- r Oa)t. J. L. 1. Coffey came home grist mill to G. H. Floyd, who temporarily, his resrular posiThur.-du- y BpmpT' a niaht to wilne-.- - the bi.y has moved it to Geneva and will llem) It - hojx'd that footbaM irame of Stanford against tion beina at the company will -- non -- ee lit to put continue to serve Air. Howard's thi- - afternoon. Somei-- ct Air. Alo-- er back at the Stanford patrons and many new ones in that Jaiiic- oopci came home from vicinity. a- - ho wa cut off in and Lee I'niversity. of latioii. Rev. John Ware, of Pulaski, Thousand of pieces of thi- - tan "is Silver give you;: Jlne sdecti'.n the office force on account Le.in,:tnn. Va-- , where he had enter- -' preached at the church here SaturAlo-- cr -- lack is Air. ed -- clitntl in September- - Air- - Cooper of pcpular and acconiodntin and the day niyhl and Sunday. v.i' compelled to -- to school on Misses Virgie .Julia man for the job. Denhain, tf hi- - heabh. Smock, Maiy Terry and Dewey rwin attended the singing at thf of the rhu'st and daintiest patterns .it prices you can afford to pay. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound ITrS GREAT FOR RALKT Miratde school house Sunday after- BOWELS AXD STOMACHS for Croup. noon. .o. i mm " &!& .ox B3ZZr SEVERANCE & SON i o-- X J .l. - Li.jroln County National Bank liabilities i Dr.-Ihea- d y itl i- y- lu-ldc- n i- vi-it- i-i i 1 1 1 ni; .- r!.-i!- '. h.-'v- e nut-ve- d inui-lcjihl- t. or - i1- H i;n-o!ici- led u-- i.e-l.u- r-. ''1' ys THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION vi-d- 01 -- ni-lc- i.es ".- " i!ic-ilill.- ir. ', plu-der- s: e po-iti- ur. i- 1 1847 Rogers Silver at Prices Lower than Were ever quoted in Danville IN CUT GLASS WE SHOW 250 PIECES What vonld you think of hayinir :i YCliT Choice From? Well, that is impossible for 1,0('0 Itins make it ! ild you, nothing but s,,Ji,l sncJl, jjtild top or any other fake selection of 300 Watches to Make what ou will hnd at tbi- - 'tty Store. ;;;.; mind jolt not t be sjttisti;'. will not tind sold tilled, gold Y::i -- m: Wa-!unjit- on bu-ine- ss. ne-cou- nt 1 I n, thins; new and 1'ehj.ditJui lAil rBiBVaBm-jBBBA-J- -" -- :'.,,, different, somi-tlna- . and healthful, somethin;: l. instantly suc-essfu- You do p not Cretd-pas.,e- d fur-prisi- ng es l'leys cnr! hyc (o wait, nd linger ami pay out it : lot ot tiione. You can st-1 -- :;nd will jilndly tel' oer piyht yt.u ho- w- FREE. I am not a doeto: and Ibis is not :i .so-call- ed styles here. - doctor"-prescripti- on ar'l-r-m:o- but 1 .mi cured ami GREAT BARGAINS it is now time to buy your winter goods and we can save yau 25 per cent, on any thing you buy from us. MENS SUITS $2.1.00 $1;1.00 jslO.CO Suits. Ail Wool, now .. . $14.48 Suit. All Wool, now Suits, All wool, now MEN'S if2o.tlO $8.98 $7.98 $14.48 $9 98 $7 48 OVERCOATS AND RAIN COATS $15.00 Coats at $10.00 Coats at Ram Coats run from $2.48 to $10.00 Ladies' Suits ani Coats, all kinds and sizes. We sell them at the very Iswest prices. We have a full line of Misses' and Children's Csats frtat $l.4f ts $7.91. Men's ami Ladies' Heavy underwear Retjulsr $1.00, now 89c. 50c Under-we- ar ('oats at sc. WE HAVE $1 ..10 ,, f, LINE OfUBLANKES .". . . .Ciwrl . . : I'. '. . .. 98c '. . : Blankets Wool Nap Blanket;now All Wool BlaJikets, THE:BST .. .. ...... .'--. $5.00, nor.-- .it: I $1.98 We have the best line tf Men's Wsmsn's and Children's Shoes. Ctme in and Issk tvtr tw stsek heftre huym elsewhere. Make J325 Sttre ysur headquarters D0NT FORGET THE PLACE STORE-SALE- tur THE BARGAIN M'S A debating society has been organized here and will meet at the once like muuie. I Am Free You Can Be Free school house ecry two weeks filthy nnd loath My catarrh : 'Ihursday night. V". Curtis and family some. It made me ill. It dulled m F. spent. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. J. mind. It undermined my health an, was weakenini: my will. The haw Denham. We have you beat, on the beet que s" kings, coughing, spitting mttde me obtion. Mi-s-. Thos. Denham of this noxious to all, and my foul breath place, has a beet that weighs ten and disgusting habits niado even pounds, it is the largest one ever ny loved ones avoid me stvreily ly delight in life was duUuU&niid .ny Known to have been raised here. faenlties iuipuired. 1 knew 'th.it a. IT'S a winner "Kentucky Belle.'' time it would biing me to an untimely grave, because every moment of the day and night it was slowly ye TOO MANY CHILDREN ir'.irely sapping my vitality. But I found a cure, and 1 am wider-weig-ht are under-tiz- e, ready to tell you about it FJIEE. with pinched faces and poor blood; they Write me promptly. do not complain but appetite lags, thev ONE CENT JUST RISK have no ambition and do not progress. Send no money. Just your name Such children need the rich medicinal and address on a postal card. Say: nourishment in Seott'm Emmlaion above "Dear Sam Kat.:. Please tell me how j everything else ; ita pure cod liver oil con1 tains, nature's own flesh- - you cured your catarrh and how .bpilding fats which quickly show in rosy can cure mine." That's all you n.e.d jeheelcs, tetter appetite, firm flesh and to say. I will understand, nnd will . 'sturdy frames. write you with' complete inform tion. If your children are languid, tired FREE, at onee. No not delay. Send when rising, catch cold easily or find me a letter to-'- y. their studies difficult, give them Seett'a postal curd or write Don't think of turning this page Emwkion; it supplies the very food eleuntil you have asked for this wonments that their systems lack. Scott' Emmtmmn contains no alcohol derful treatment that can do for and is so good for growing children it's a you what it lias done for me. pity to keep it from them. SAM KATZ, Suite ng w--- my friends arc cuied. and you can br cund Your sul'fcrinj will 'top at Cur Bracelet Stock Is Complete in ihe Finest that Money Can Buy. 200 to Select from. warranted J -- HI gold, all new fancy and plain patterns. Neck Chains and Pendants in solid gold and goldfilled in such variety you cannot b;.l ' e ii ised in both price and nuulitv. Lockets in solid uold and rdd Chains, all kiuils. Cuff Jtuttons, Scarf Pins, Broaches, ilar tiiled Pins, Cufl' Pins, Dahy Pins, Kar Wings, Waldemere thains wilh Knife. Coat Chains, Vest Chains, Chninis, Tie C:jst.-,(.r the dressy inclined. Watch Pin, Suiic Studs, Hat Pins. Watch Fobs, I.odgs Huttons, Puis, oin and ( I.aiiis, Mesh Bugs. Hand Bags. Varieties in Card (,'ases, Toilet Sets in sterling Purses. Picture Frames in sterling and ivory. silvir plate and ivory. Manicure articles, Hair Pins, Daek Coml.s, Pfarl Beads- Traveling M,an:c.re Sets, in pearl, siher and ivory. H.'ail j):.u.'.ed China Amber Bonds--. Wood Noveltv Beads and Solid (Jidd Leads, ('locks in Hid different styles. Optical y;oods all kinds. t - , . ( i'.k , -- . Tnc Finest Equipped Optical Department in Central Kentucky, with ins best Optician in this part of the State. Nt case toe complicated to receive proper attention. A member tf the State Optical Association. Ask your friends who havs received scientific ami practical examinations ami by properly fitted fjasses have been relieved. i - blood-formin- g, WINSLOW JEWELRY & OPTICAL COMPANY "At the Sign of the Clock." DANVILLE, KENTUCKY A-I- 8I! M-- 47 Scott ftBowse. Btoomfield. 21. J. 1325 Michfean Ave., Chteaft, IN. THE INTERIOR ! JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, NOVEMBERS, 1914. Ready for other farm animals. To -morrow ? Horses digejrtheir feed leas thoroughly than la order to insure thorough digestion ot u the food eaten, and to make your horses for next day's work, add to their eveniajr ieed a teaspoonful of rejer OCClCC aTSV r Tj& STOCK I mi ush BeeDee STOCK MEDICINE witk my horses regularly .and tma it a saving proposiuoa on feed. It also makes them healthy, thriving and clean. Ira Johnston. MEDICINE RF.D.No. 1. O'Neill. Nebr. It will lesaem your feed bills, ft wifl increase your profits. 26c, SOc sad SI. per At jrow dealer. P. ail '.TiV-vC:- aJ .V" 7r Si .T aA ! A V BV rJi X'.V I Oru-ttSbb v-- - . - f-trrm- J Ni fc Jv W Hefl Slat W UrC VicforiaShL-- i trtptrol n Ipmssu ntiignnrtwsgi Tir.-platte te tight-coated 5hj col W r r2: I 13 iEl&l 9 The four designs of Cortright Metal Shingles as shown above are I; made in any of the following ways: 1 . Stamped from and painted Red. e and painted Green. 2. Stamped frcm Tin-plag process. Stamped from Tin-plaand Galvanized by a 3. Galvanized Sheets. A. Stamped frcm special Each and every genuine Cortright Metal Shingle is embossed with this - Cortright Reg. U. S. Pat. Off." Tracfe-mar6 hand-dippink. I For Sale WILL STONE. hrj STANFORD. Ka-te- KEN Cattle Disease in Hardin County Twenty-on- e oi the ot and uuutih e. disease weiv ed in a herd h of cat tie owned J. II. near Glcudaie, Jlrdm cj.inty Tiies- uay. and' (. omuic-ioii- cr John Y Sciuinn immediately ipiaramincd the county against all other parts ul the Mtc The disease - nov. pie-,xle,u: in three countie- - of Kentucky, I llai'diii. Uullitt nd ilcnrv and Coiu- di-coIh-eJci- m market NEWS OF CHURCHES Sale Of Farm union Thanksgiving service iliave escaped their just punishment. If you wish to qualify for a posimorning Thur-da- y will be held next Iu obedience to a judgment of the through complaisance of an execu-n- it church, the ser- - tion at the least cost, tobacco or ..ho Methodist :M Y. r.f ... A. Coffev's Mrs. vs. AV. tive whose sinceritv of professed v t D. notes being received, if desired for Lin(.((h, circ,.it curt rendered at promptings is not even problematic moil being preached by Kev. M. liarly, pastor of the I'.aptist church, tuition, address for particulars, Wil- - A Coffy's Ilrs. the uiiderisnw in minds of many honest, possibly fhe Usual olfenng for the poor will bur !,'. Smith P.iisine-- s College, Lex hfi November term 1D14 iu the ignorant, good people. Charity and; OJ-- 1 he taken. Every one is urged to join ington, ivy. Comniisssionev will on mercy grace the top of the ladder with us in this service of Thanks- -' virtues, and uood worn-- j 25, I9I4 j of Christian Wednesday, November IN HEARD STANFORD , missioiivr Newman is feanul that ji viiu on- .ii. .i.- uuu-is:it t.lO mansion ;i' .ir n l..nr 111 A tie end 1 not yet. Iicpoit- - luivo Uov. M. S. Clark was detained at j iu the fore of everv -- ood work. ihout ,ml! . ot t!t:1'lte- W ,, him of suspicious illnesses home last week and for that reason How Bad Backs Have Been Made T,H. s1L'u .m)l ,;ood Qwl thl.v ofi. a mile iioiu He j among cattle in various other parts the meeting at the Methodist church Stronu-Ki- drlll Corrected . imi-n- . j ..- - worship creator and autocrat of of the stute. The outlook is auvlhiu had to be postponed one wcck. lie cry tt tlie nigiiest ami uesi unmet Ihe universe enthroned in his aubut encouraging, and for the will arrive Saturday night and begin , Al over Man lord you ilea.- H the rial estate of which he died pos- dience chamber assented to the decobservj-ncut ihe sujefest .pin ran- - this work Sunday morning, pi'each- - Doau's Kidney l'illa are keeping up laration that '"all a man hath will sessed as follows: tine. in.. at 10:4o A. M. and 7:l."i 1'. M. the good work. Stanford people are - ii'--' give for his life." The home place will be first ofA "'' With a view lo relieveiim -- ivck The eVenintr praver and sou sei- ," 'l'!l Of all earth's treasures human fercd in three parcels and then as a i "!Il I'rcl J" ""IIW" 4J dealers, who have on their hands a vice mil begin at seven o'clock. Ser- which life is thc.richest, dearest and Henbid accepted lot .il Jat cattle contracted lor by vice during the week will be held at the testimony of your ouw towns" whole and that ry Youtsey confesses murder. As a . - realizes the greater sum. 'Easi.-nbuyers, which cannm be 10:00 A. M. and 7:00 P. M. Eery- - people. They tell it for the b"iier, Fourteen acres of the home tract Christian he must feel that his f .vu who ae suffering. If because of the Federal body invited. , fl is undeservedly merciful in sparseparated from the main body of quarantine again.si Keiitin-ky- , the Dr. Dinwiddic. superintendent of your backache, if ou feel lame, and ad- ing his lite that he may make some -- ore and miserabk, it the kidneys the farm by the turnpike lveiitucky Livestock .Sanitary ISoard the National Legislative Uejiai-tmenjoining the lands yf J. L. Heck and atonement in philanthropy which adopted a resolution calling n League, oi' Amer- - act too frequently, or passages are of the offered first, should have compelled preservation the Federal authorities to so modify ica, will speak at the courthouse painful scanty and off color, use Walter Jones will be of 40 acres rather than assassination of a fellothe quarantine so as to permit of in Stanford, Wednesday night. Nov. JJoah's Kidney fills, the remedy that then the Huston tract D. A. Liaugh, the shipment of cattle outside the J."Uh. Xo charge made, or collection ba-- . helped so many of your friends adjoining the lands of Youtsey recklessly took his chances home place. danger zone in Kentucky to various taken. This is a rare opportunity for and neighbors .Follow this Stanford then the balance of the j of gain by deliberately defying the The home place will then be offered ihe People to hear one of the "rent vitix.cn s advice and give Doan's a criminal law and murdering a man. as a whole. A tract ot ."7 actes oi ' national leaders in the temperance chance io do the same for voii- seaptured and coitdemend knob laud, adjoining land of Ora Justice Mv kidnevs had been trouble" work. F. M. Wate, him, and it will be iujustice to parGooch and the land of Services at the Presbyterian church some for a long time." says Mrs. George Moore and Charley Peek, will don, him. Nov. '22: Sunday School J. Hubble, of W. Main street, Stan-i- ) The shame to Kentucky is not then he offered as a whole and by :.(, Morning Worship tl o'clock, ford. "My back ached continuously the boundary. that Henry Youtsey is expiating his Service (i::!0 "A and some times so lame could not muig Peoples All of said land is iu Lincoln foul crime, but that politics is so Joyous Life.'" Joel 2:2l-"J- 7 The Kv- - head over without great effort. county, Kentucky and the home dirty that murder is condoued by the service will give way for die ter Using Dean's Kidney Pills, my place is bounded on the north by the eiect(ed) ami applauded by party revival meeting at the Methodist kidneys became normal and the land of M. P. Hamilton and John affiliants. ' backache, left. This remedy toned up church. Let me repeat that to pardon L. TJeek: on the east by the land of Services at the Christian church: my system and I have since enjoyed J. L. Beck and R. II. Cooper; on the Youtsey is to add to the premium he.ilth.'' Sunday School at 9:30 A. A!., Moru-'jioo- d south by the land of D. A. Baugh Augustus E. Willson has put on t'riee :"i0... at .t!I de ilo:-s- . I ing Service at 10:4:"i. C. K. .Meeting and Walter Jones and on the west crime bv pardonim.' his accomplices ask for a kidney re:s:edy G:30. On account of. the protracted , simply by the land of S. M. Owens and I'. so many lawyers say, ami we laymeetinr at the Alethodist church, 'UH Doan's Kidnev Pills the same M. Ware and containing about 2' 5ft men cannot controvert. had. Foster-AI:!- there will be no preaching at the that My TTtihb acres. burn Co. Talo. X. V. :M Christian church Sundav night. HO ou want to laugh"? See "Ken dwelling ami There is a font-roo- m L'ev. M. I). Kaily wil! jireaeh a;, tucky 1'elle" at the Opera House, y barn on the Huston tract and a COMMISSIONER'S SALE ine Baptist church Sunday mora" ' JIM. frame house of seven rooms. the night of the 2."th. his subject heme; Christian i ititf. two barns- two poultry houses, cisJust put a few drops of Sloan'a Sunday School and other, In obedient e io a judgment f Liu-- , tern and other outbuildings on home POSTED , I nity. on the painful spot and the pain services will be held as usual, eveept coin f Ircuit Ciuirl ivmlcred at place. etops. It is really wonderful Airs. Frank Cordier, Will Cordier. that there will he no service at'xovember term i!H4. in ihe action The sales will be on a credit of IL C. Batighman, Gottlieb Beuke, J. how quickly Sloan's acts. No night, tlue to the opening of the re- - f), Ml.Kinnov D u ,,.,,. ctf. vs six to twelve months in equal in- S. Hocker, S. T. Harris, Jacob Ganneed to rub it in laid on lightly Viva I services :it the Alet hiwli-Jt- , ' . it penetrates to the bone and fiiffe (Jt Joues. the undcrsignc. vestments. The purchasers will be der, Airs. Alattie He.wes, John f. required to give bonds for purchase Anderson. J- - Frank Smithbrings relief at once. Kills 1.. Y uv.,l.li.Mi, Commissioner will on int,.n price with good security, payable to rheumatic pain instantly. keeper and a popular democrat of Monday, Dec. 14, 1914 Commissioner, bearing six per cent Notice to Hunters. Mr. James E. Alexander, of Xorth I ....I.. :n . i .1....1 ... ii i. .. ii iMivii-- . uu-i- i ii iaiivjiie .iins weeiv oi BaTpswell, Me., writes: "Many strains interest from date of sale, having We, the undersigned, agree to enin front of the court house door i. la my dock ana ii.ps Drought on tyjhiiul fever. the force and effect ot judgment force the law against :. initio sciatic nerve. I had it so Stanford, sell u! public outcry to the bed ouo nigbi when eittwg ia xny chair, bv lien on land. and that I had to jump on my feet to set trappers on our farms. Fox hnnt-ij highest and best bidder in the order E. D.secured PUBLIC SALE relief. I at once applied your Liniment PENNINGTON. M. C. L. C. C especially prohibited. All hounds to the affected part and in less then tea named so much of following proper i I will offer at my place, out minutes it was perfectly easy. I think At the same time and place of land found on our lands roaming, trail-u;- r In. mi it is the best of ail Liniments I hare south of AIcKinney, Ky., to tile ty as mnv be uecessarv rii r,.,t t..v sale, namely, at my residence oyer usea. or in the chase, wil! be considi pitiurneut : one bay horse, nine-ye- a r- hl'jhesl and best liiilili-- nil of a mile from McKinney, J ered trespassers and treated eight-yeabhu-e hore. joM: November Zo, 1914. will on :l to!ol,,: l,,m stt" " w'l-'the following described property Wednesday, November 25, 1914 Win. H. McAfee Nora E. Ayers. w,t: two houses: and lots. .nc!lot "' M'kin.v. Lincoln ounty, sell to the highest bidder the follow, Giveus, Alaurice W. P. Giveiis, house has four room, good stock Kentucky, known as Davui liyer ing described personal property: Isaac SOhelby, . Misses Shelby, L. barn, smoke house, him house, corn lot. bounded on east by Middlehurg 15 good vearling steers two cood C. Bosley, H. P. Hawkins, I. S. ' i ib; new story house 24x24, fine and McKinney pike, south by C. N. cows, two yearling heifers, one aged Tevis & Son, II. L. Tevis, Joe K. s & T.P IL li. ( o., north of property si ami for business, fine water, good O. sorrel mare in foal to jack, one Wright, G. A. MeRoberts. orchard: three feres of land. Second of Frank Hughes, containing 4 of work mare, one M4omUn,2Sc jb J'dioinine: ulace. house of three an mre. 4 P2 acres of land near work horse, one pair of three-yea- r PUBLIC SALE for a Smmdfmc cefcu. vm'!e'V .Hl LlII,,,,,n M,,,m-v- ' rooms: outbuilding: good j old horse mules. 60 head of nice, TUALBOTP lt ' bi"k two one-ha- lf young ewes aud two bucks, five nice acres of'.hU'ky' 'f8:nn' tw VilV laud also hoiwehold ami kitchen fur- - ! I will at 10 o'clock A. M. on !f.OU 1,Uld,' G.a"d meat hogs, 15 good shoats four exEarf S. Dr. U. Mclunney and, "W nitnre. F. E. P.UAWNEIL McKinnev, tra good registered Duroe sows, one PhibMphi,paurr jvv ' November 27, 1914 q.j '. ipiUe lar enough to take in 4 '2 acrrs Duroc hoar, six nice yearling mules, 1 lie object oi j the sale is to sats-- j .two mare mule colts, one splendid at my I'urm, .two miles north of fy judgment of McKinney Oeoosj! gelding, one eotning Crab Orchard, Ky.r on the Lancas0 three-year-o; Hank against It iff e & Jones ur jack, black with ter pike, offer for sale the following: with si per cent, interest from July white points, good size, fine style, One brood mare, bred ; one mare mule j!). 1012 and the judgment of Hank good foot and bone, a lot of Barred colt; pair. of yearling mules; regist(r Russell Springs for "".72 AU Hock chickens, 12 barrels of corn in ered Duroe Jersey hoar; two thorj six per cent, from July .1')12 ind field, a lot of good timothy and al- ough bred sows, with ten pigs each; cuniA. falfa hay, 100 bales of straw, about several shoats, subject to registry; The personal property will be 200 shocks of fodder, one Walter A. about 30 barrels, of corn; soim-hnsold credit of three and the Wood binder in first class condition, and oats; farming implements, inreal estate Jin credit of six months. one champion mower, two hay rakes, cluding farm wagon, mowing maBonds with good security for pur- one Superior wheat drill Avith fertiliz- chine and rake: cultivator.- -, etc.; chase price will be required pay- - er attachment, two turning plows, pony saddle, new; lots of household j able to Commissioner, bearing six one disc" harrow, in goods, inculding kitchen steel range; cent, interest from date of sale a grass seeder, one cultivator, one bed room suits; organ and other j per j having force and effect of a judir- forn planter, one double A harrow, articles too numerous to mention. . I .&kfr t.l uy i.cii, TERMS Made known on day of e two iiieiu ami ...b. waeons. one bussry. Tip nurchaser will be entitled to na ii,..,v; o,f p v.,,..,. sale. G. W. DURHAM, Crab Orchard. possession Mpon Complying with ' h!mi,S!:. fu-- cpf nf wnp-o91-hnrness. ' terms of sale. E. D. PENNINGTON) an,j mauy otner things too numerous I M. C. L. C. C. Also household and mention. TO THE PUBLIC " i' kitchen furniture. I represent the largest and best clothing house in this counCatarrh Cannot Be Cured v terms Liberal and win be made 111., with local applications, as they caaaot known on day of sale. Sale begins try Ed V. Price fip Co., Chicago. My experience in measuring and dior constitutional disease, and In order to core It promptly at 10 A. M, recting the making of your clothes', you Hjusi tate internal remedies, nairs caiarra i INOORPORATCO 18 SO. gives me the advantage over one who MRS. ELIZA COFFEY. Cure Is taken Internally, and acts directly upon will is not a practical tailor. If you the blood nnd "mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrs ' T AL Dunn, Auctioneer. Cure Is not a quack medicine. It was pre give me your order I will promise you C1SH CAPITiL, OIE 1ILLI0I DOUiRS. 0V..UY7U vj ihc ui mc mi fwj albums iu lUM a square deal. You will get the worth country for years and Is a resular prescription. of vour money, either in the cheaper It is composed of the best tonics known, comMimm Hwtrnfl bined with the best blood purifiers, acting; directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect Unrol. liOdffe No. BO F. A. M.. meet ir grades or 'the higher priced. My fall Sixty-thr- ee Years' Experience. combiaatlon of the two ingredients is what line of samples are now Trast Co. At State Raak ch wonderful results la curing catarrh. taled comasunicatioa on each first and third and winter Monday nights of each month at 7 o'clock it readv for Your inspection. Call. and Send for testimonial, free. F. J. CHENEY CO.. Props., Toledo, their hall oa Mala stieet. Stan fori. Ky. ' let me show you. H. C. MJPLEY Sold by Druggists, price 75c. brs of sister lodges frateraally inited 'to k The Practical TaHfr. Sate Hall's Fatally Plus for wrttpgttss). The -- ALB1A AGAINST PARDON OF YOUTSEY. Nov. 14 After Dear Editor some delay I will try to write a let- Correspondent In the West End Best Liver and Bom el Cleanser and ter again to the "Old I. J.',' I am alEnters Strong Protest Stomach Regulator in the World-W- ork ways glad to read the I. J. because il is the best farm paper in any While You Sleep Kidd's Store, Nov. 20. county of Kentucky. Your correspondent hu.-- received I am very glad to notice in tli ! box. Get a i reprints of several editorials urg- Put aside just once the Salt?., Buck Creek items that the ''tussle j 1 don't Tills. Castor Oil or Purgative Ya-- j over and school has begun. iu 1Jarj0I1 of nem.y fc. y0ut-e- y. ter.-- which merely force a passajre-- ! see why they wish to call it Buck The main reasou of all i not that way throtrh the bowels, but do not Creek School, because that is a very !iis uuilt is a matter of doubt or bin .thoroughly cleanse, freshen and pu- nl.l nnnie Since tlw'V have a new ' because all; rify thee drainage organs,, and district, a new house, 'a new trustee. sentence unmerited but have no effect whatever upon the a new teacher, a new stove, newjhi-- brutal accomplices have gone j seats and almost a new set of pu- - Seot-fie- e of other punishment thanj . liver and stomach. Keep your iiiide.s" pure ami pils since everything is new, 1 in-- j that remorse from which there is j tre.--h with Ca.searets. wliich thor sist on giving it a new name to har-- I huki ul. U(, &lirtfcaac ior llIliracrvr- -. j I he . muddy cleanse ,;he stomach, rcmow momze with the eiiMionment. jot ., uti.,.lliu., mu,lVc tor , , , ll:e ui'dhre.-te- d, sour food and fo::l district is certainly .i t.indebted to -- a in -, someone tor then- taitlinu yaso- take the ex.-ebile Iran til m. a,lotiei.. ,ifc tuat twiwn this oble work of creat.n- - a new !1 liver and c:irrv uit of the ass,.lbsiljaU.L e la m Goe,jL1 all the constipated waste mallei'' and school district aside from surround - . .oui:teS.d, . ue uj; a baiul oC eaIuU. . I.liv nnn.i.itll.n I flliril." till" I1M1II11I"... .Ti"--.- -j poions in the bowel, rolil-jloo- d coward v cou- J A f ascaret tonight will make "" of this school should sro to the two j ois, f."an amiiusii wiiii ueiiiicraiciy piauueo 'eel ureal by morning. They work geivrous and faithful citizen1- i irom wnicn ineir icuiu the district. while you sleep never gripe. was unsupectingyshot down a re- Tie truth i.-- aboift to lie mnin- - i:i.ri'li-,vl- v en. and euA only 10 cents a b:. ill the :i:i imlloi'lc est Pi of the old saying 'you canT, fr.ua yoiu druggist. "Millions of men f . i j oiltiiiiuato. .s:nX women take a ( 'a ca ret now am: loot nil the people part or me nine.; Civil laws must be enforced or civ f!..,.. Imt ..i' u,t ' ' ihu and never have Headache. I5il" i"mi UL il... ....,...!.. ..II ll.,. il wverment is a farce. V people a ionsiiPP", Severe Colds Indiir"stion. you cannot fool all CtinAmil hnVf, should be deter .. ; Mow-eliiuoinc sue tm .vnl In . in unlawfully lllsli.fil Hie imie. t Sour iow ine ' Stomach or Constipated coming to the liuht ami seeinir the, Cji rets belong in every house- -' ; 'generate-- . Our law are good, but hold. ("Jiildivn .ju-- t love to take sound pnncple. which were adopt- m pru(.ti(.ef mre tlmn od ..ml used by then: t.,reiather fl.'M them. t,.ehnicaHtie, Mlli,;blc, hnl,e like Jefferson and and pardons cheat justice so often. : TOBACCO OR NOTES RECEIVED : It is a travesty in law and logic to COMMISSIONER'S SALE TO QUALIFY YOUR SON j recommend pardon of a confessed criminal because his accomplices FOR SUCCESS -10-cent s 10 CENTS "CASCARETS" IS YOUR LAXATIVE GASTOBU YmirV!VIVi For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought i ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. ANegetabferYeparalionErAs-sumlalingilieFootfandRcgub- ( r iuiuk oiiwams aoauoWBoi wwwmmAmntmw.t't.t RornotesDieslioRjChrcrr i'li.l . - - s sei-M.- e ncssar.dR?st.ContaLnsRcii;ttr sv-t"!- Opiun.Morphi?.e -- - Not Narcotic. jtmeSml ronfinrj ncriaaral Bears the Signature of AW In -- I J ! t,t si-K- ii.i ..,.,. r . ... -, - I JkMtMigwfOtfmm J!x.Sast?. - TV Wa-hington. ! Anerfert Remedy for Cow s. -! t ion , Sour SkMiach.D'ianbKa Vbrras.CoRvulsksJKri Use For Over s-- a - nesswdLossOFSLEEF. RcSniife si$tatore of -- ! I ! ? ma jHHPTP"VTWR)R '''thiSitr Me 7aE Centaur Compatct; NEW YOHK. Thirty Years ..-J unranteed undcrih Exact Copy of Wrapper. - K CUSTOM Ymccintaua comm.i 1. new Sa city. I ' - ! 1 1 I ! - re.-.chc- d three-quaiter- .s .T.f . ... - 'ii. Au MUM. j. il U1L M.m I Mm I J UU " ! TUU1 Z. MEM l UIUIUUK ' Z e WINTER TOURIST TICKETS SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARES TO FL0RIDA-CUBA-NEW0RLL4NS -- W "!! !- l"" Sa-io- t AND TO ALL OTHER RESORTS OF THE SO'JTH. TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. LIBERAL RETURN LIMIT. FAVORABLE STOP-OVE- R PRIVILEGES. EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY DNSUEPASSED I upi Anti-Saloo- w-being. For Particulars Apply to Any Tirct Agent or Acidrcs-s SL C. , Pass r and Ea-j- c Met Ageii 20i M&ln St., Lexington, Ky. I Af-ciu- ug JKEUREIGN " i WEATHERPR00FS D-- a'i The practical Coat for Men Light Weight, Neat Appearing and Shower Proof. Rheumatism two-stor- Piice$5.0Gto$12 j - W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. - 1 Salt-Cott- on J J Seed Meal rbeu-matU- m n' I i I three-quarte- rs r I SLOANS LINIMENT Kills Pain " SlolCC k r- n,, 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 '.1-- eight-year-o- ld J. n H. BAUGHMAN & CO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY ,,.,,.,,. ad Ke"-gartle- .:: Idcb. f l"-ar- d l-- THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Salin & Agents Ky. . .') two-year-o- ld ld J and its predecessors is the oldest bank in Lincoln county, has been in business for Fifty-S- ix Ytars y in-iru- s It is a member of the Federal Reserve Bank, and protected by that powerful RESERVE SYSTEM. All money deposited with it is securely safe- Smith Stanford, onc-foiu-- th guarded and protected. , MAKE THIS BANK YOUR BANK I ! u 1 two-hors- v9BiSSBAn?F&SvrR'sAl' n ..f n b. 93-3F.- 40 DrlkirjUasei Veterinary Surgeon NEXT LOGUTS STAB! DANVILLE, KY-OFFICE J. CMTlary made-to-ord- er ! pro-duce- H I a TREES trees, Shrubs. Grape Vines, Rhubarb, Asparagus, UNDERTAKER AND EftMALMI thing for Orchard, Lawn and Oar-de-n. ft its PImm 117. Htm PMaa 3. Xo agents. Free- - catalogs. H. Fruit and shade p. sifMflfflcyir Kentucky. a asns, lwbw, 1TMIFWW. KOmCKV. V )