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I The Interior Journal Stanford, Lincoln County. Kentucky CURT ROBINSON Seaew Tear Smascriatiem Promptly. Tail Paper Steps Wkea Tew Time is p Watch tke Date Oa Label aai Tuesday, November 24, 1914. STANFORD Tuesdays and Fridays WOMAN'S CLUB TO PUT ON CHAUTAUQUA ROBERTS WINS SCHOOL TRUSTEE ELECTION CONTEST! HUSTONVILLE KEENON A CANDIDATE BADLY HURT OVERWHELMED J Judge Hardin Decides Case Against lury Returns . Penny-fi- nms Miss Marie Tarkington, of Dan- - Popular Young Lawyer Candidate Popular Sheriff of Garrard At By Somerset After Sam Emory Was ville, is the guest of Mr. and Mx. For CoihmoKW satin's Attorney Forced to Quit Game Death's Door From Fall W- - Bout. '' "-t- o?" announce Mondav collecting taxes. football team gave the Stanford The Woman's Club of Lincoln J. Boutciiberg expects his wife Democratic nomination for Common- is at the point of death. Aai operation eleven the worst defeat it has ever county ha contracted with the AlWith the decision of Judge C. A. and children in i'roui Philadelphia wealth's Attorney in this, the loth was performed upon him at one o'grounds here last Fri- kahest Chautauqua Company to by Hardin awarding the school trustee this week and will go to housekeep- circuit court district. Mr. Keenon clock Tuesday morning as a last re- had, on the hat made the defeat . .....t t .. ca.--e 1'. M. McBoberts over G. L. ing at once in the Cuuipbcll proper- is no stranger to Lincoln county sort in the hopes of saving his life. day afternoon. .... xivx nilniitiiiir iiuji. HI held here during the summer of 10U. ol Iw... tiituiix jxi iii.T v.. democrat and may almost be term- Sheriff liobinon was" found uncon- so bad, was the crippling of one of 'Auiiu;i, .iji 1'eunv, by a majority of two oles, ty" friends. .Mr. Lunsford is the young- - The company fiirm.-- h and equip boy by adup" scious iu his barn yard Sunday Stanford's ed a Lincoln McCor-mack- 's eud last' Dunn filled E. L'ugeno Circuit court came to an star players near the est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. a large tent in which the a embly tion, for lie married a Lincoln coun- morning, insensible and remained Saturday at noon. The grand jury silo Monday with fodder to and Arnold and is a general favorite will he held, and guarantee a strong ty girl, hi wilV having been Miss for about 12 hours. When he regain- end of the first quarter of play, and altractne program, which wilt had reported -- a number of indict hi- used I hi winter at the Union which with thc younger set. The groom is .. t mdirL- - i....i- ill i.',..l ..if -Nelle Adams. oL rriistonville. Asiue ed consciousness, he explained that his retirement froui the game v..v.i. ;.. ii... ments ....in.. s ; the younge- -t -- on of Air. and B. T. continue live days with throe enom thi, howeter, he has a great he had fallen from his silo. Physi- contributed largely to the overwhelmonts beimr lor earn iuir deadly ' tow... lie :i lot of suck! Lunsford and number, hi friends tertainments daily, and all for the say that he sustained dan- ming defeat that the home boys ous" by the. score. The young couple had extremely low juice of .fli for seaen pons concealed: 14. for having work to do for various (parties of many friend in this county, who cian. will do everything in their power to gerous internal injuries of the kid- tamed. In a tierce tackle Sam J. liquor in possession lor purpose oi: thi- - section and has an been sweetheart for only a short son ticket. eight machine to do the work with. Go see that he carries this county in ney.-, several loncs being! broken, Kmbry, Jr., son of Mr. aud Mrs. J. time and their wedding came as a fciile in local option territoiy; Stanford i one of a ver towns the primary next August. For the also. The only chance to save his T. "Lnibry had his lett collar bone .surprise to lor the unlawful saie of liipior; i,l see the work and find out for save most intimate ot it size which doe not have a past term, Mr. Kcoj.cn has served a life, the jjhy.iciaii- said, and that broken and his shoulder dislocated, friends. For all present they will summer cliautauqua. Lancaster. Jhiee lor breach of tue pence; tSirec yourself. the Danville, London. Alillersburg and for passing "cold checks two fori yy jj nanij 0j; Cincinnati, a piano County Attorney of Mercer county, is very slim, was to operate. Dr. which put him out ot the game im- take rooms with the groom parmalicious cutting; one tor petit .,..4.111. ha been here for two or where he has made a splendid roc- - Cowan of Danville, assisted several mediately and under a doctor's care ents, Air. and Air. B. T. Lunsford many other hao all arr;unged for .. f for several week.& Lp until the min- on Cedar street. one tor the coming season. The one 101 , turee week in interest of his com- - lord, lie iia always taken an acthe Lancaster physicians in the ease. ;aiveny: one lor lorgc-rypart in democratic politic, and is ute that young Embry was hurt Woman's Club take- - the rcligiou- - worship: one ne has placed a sample of his i Lucy Mac A!nder-o- n Little Mi i one of the strongest voiuur men and Sta'nford had played a wonderful isilod her little friend, Miss Nan- that Lincoln county should not be WANT POSTMASTERSHIPS detaining a woman against her will; p;.U0f, m t,e opera house, which is game against strong odds. An tiuo nie Holtzclaw. behind in anything that i for the one for fnl-- e swearing; one for ; ., ,,.,mv .u ;iml ,iy one wishing to mot active leaders in this part of the state. He luw made a fine repu- Delegations Here From Berea and the season, this boy had been the Ali.-s- es Mi-s- cs giving liquor to u minor; lour .Mir,.hase will find him ready at all Jewel betterment of the people and they AlcAlister. key.-toof the arch upon which the Goodwin and Ha Newlund, of Crab are aiiMou- - for the Nicholasviile To See Helm lor .snooting on a public highway;; illllirs oi; tilt. ,j.iy to display 'some ofj tation a a lawwr. and his many ot friend say that if he is honored local team was built, lie played Orchard, of Crab Orchard, visited everyone iu thi- - movement. one lor malicious cutting ami ivoaiui-- . , ,MO,t deliahtfiil music ou his E. T Kih. of Berea. a brotjiei of quarter back and ran thc teiu; iu Mi. e- with the position lie seeks, will make A splendid list of attraction- - is ing one lor gaming: one for nnu-;h-ne m..i,.;,i imminent. Katie Melvin and Ruby Par-ris, At- - W. ot Stanford, was- here other words "he engineered . one of the bet Commonwealths every on the program which the Club will a:raiiisl Dudley Sheiion. the der The entertainment to be given by tonieys this or any oHie" district this week to see Congressman Har- play and the other boys relied upon Oah Orchard fugithe, who killed . J. j ,;le , udic.& Vld Air. and Air- -. P. V. Kennedy are -- ecure. including Senator Robert La ol- Ull. Jap. ;..- -i a i,.,. w..ti... .u .....: vey Helm about the postinustership his judgment implicity and seldom over bad. !.; the Marine his Follette, of Shelby City church Wodne-ua- y evening in at Mcrea. the term of the republican found it faulty. In audition to that nn from Air.--. G. C. Kennedy. Band and other feature- - equally as lor maliciously shooting and wound- -' i .,:,, mother. new stoic room, eai ol incu'.iihcu expiring about December lit was one of the fleetest runners NEWS OF CHURCHES ing Mar-h- al am Bam-e- y, of Crab ! :tthim 1)riIe lor 1Uomiaei lo bu Air. and Mr. Oliver Carpenter, of "- :- v. ' ., iriimj lev. J. G. Livingston will preach Kith. Mr. Fish -- ays that there are and finest defensive players on the Lanca.-ti'- r. Xell Xvwhmd and AIi-?affair a everything in tile for the of- squad, and with him out of his poOpen Session of Woman's Club in thelv... Ilf )ro0(1 ,..llill;. nK.miOUiHi will at fine Grove next Sunday at ll:lio three active candidate Jud- - Hardin- - dcci.-io-u and Lillian Garner, of Cedar Creek, fice in the field, himself, doe John- sition, new bund- - had to go to the visited A. M. Sunday School at U o'clocn. school trustee case came after one t. ,(1.C:?entoj oll The Woman".-- Club oi. Lincoln UlM(:s aml ess. at S. D. Carpenter's. Childreiia" Day services will be son and Mrs. Laura Jones. The hit- helm. of the hardest fought legal battles..i"- :rIli.. .j.- ,IV.. ,,1IIl ...i,;,., u;n Afis Joan McKocknie ha- - return- county extends a cordial imitation " - '"The Jo.--s of no other throe men ed 'run i a visit to friend- - at ilr.hhle. to every one to attend the Clnb witnessed in thi- - court in a lomr te somethingv of the latest type. held at Mt. .Moriaii church Sunday ter - siid to have obtained promise .;s of the endorsement of Senator Jam s would have been feit so 1 ::5U. feeling Come and help a good cause and en- afternoon at time, in which Jiev. D. M. WalPettu- - and meeting. Wednc-da- y Air. and Mrs. Jo-oafternoon. Nov. delegations have been here that of young Embry. Up to the min- Aliss Kdith AlcLano, Seeral v.a- - enceiidej'cd between attorney ker will be present. 2:;:u in the" Club Rooms. At of Springfield, 2o at joy yourself. d from Nicholasviile. in ute that he was forced to quit the visited Air. and Air- -. R. G. Pettus. J tegular services al the Cli.istiun recently on the opposing sides, even to thi time Mis. Ida W. Ilarri-o- n, (r ( Ikiffl- A. .1 All:l!ll ('llr't of Helm'.-fo Oongro-sinn- n game, Stanford had made a splen,!uiu'u pergonal School al ach an extent that a bu:.dav Rev. 1. B. Baird preached a good j Lexington, will deliver an address Dr. (. S. William- -, of llus-- i al of a postmaster, then; did showing. Receiving Hah between two of them appealed tonville. and l''rank Mansfield, of !)0: Treacling at 10:15 and C. E. when sermon from subject. "Great Eaters ou "Social Hygiene. Airs. Harrison kick-o- ff the present term expires. It is on her evening . Lexington, arrived home Friday meeting at (i::iO. The evening sererv probable iluriug an been State President of the of Man- - I'len-uro- ." Services at the ha line In ste.idy mnivh -- . Stanford AL !'. church on the second Sunday Federated Club- - and henrin-r- . vice will not be luld on account of understood that Congiessmnn and which wa- - a cited 011- -t B. the C. Cumberland from river, unwilling to commit himself to carried the ball down the iicld to in each month. J:v the coo! he.tdedtU"-.of the where they &enl sev'eral days hunt- - revival at tl-- .Methodist. M. of Kentucky. She come- - hii:bly aspirant for these places, stating Somerset 2U-- y jrd line. The work of ,. . ... Rev. I'. B. Thornton has arrived and the Club hope no in-- ' ami liiev naa lauiv iroou : Ue. ;.I. D. Early's st.l.uvt for that he did not knrfw wh.it action the lilit little home Want li.ut next Sunday were a uiimlier of vites ''lice, owrfcj- to lie cohl Mia i) Tlien thi- from Honda and has joined hi wife one will mi opportunity to IJati" tiie local ro tor '. l' bi.tvu. who is liiiivli taill be The Elo- Senator .James might take in regard for e.h esiudidate attached a- - il- - ; ilu witnes-e- d her parent. Air. and hea r her. mlriiiir their oitiing. the Bapti- -t . a young " idfr.ord, a:.d erod foot Airs. W. 11. Cummin- -. Ji'Inx 17:2(i. to endorsements. and the -- triUinu: off of "'" , 1hev caught one hundred nice fi!i quence of the deep siio'.v lor an in illegal hv lrd would have had better luck. Sunday school and other services Hour.' Air.--. Rosunna Grave vote-- : a- - he of Rock-casll- e, Funeral of Stephen E. Owsley LATEST WAR NEWS in a fierce I'tlempt t. go on " '.7..V iilt'mir ijt 1lii. k..i itl miV tji..i will be held at the usual hours, ex.Tude Hardin wa- - what gae is at J. M. Cress. l.itt ... IIIV. A great many friend and loved 111 V.HI UL VJ" .H1- Turkey has voluntarily explained toward the visitors goal, young victorv to Mr. Mettobert- -. It - id minnows were forced to return cept that there will be no service Airs. Una Xaylor and daughter, one- - a embled at the MeKeiidree United States 0o eminent Kmbry took the ball around the vis- Mis Carrie, were visiting Lancast,U; evening, on account of the re to the f- -r tli.--i Mr. Penny aw' uoim. ;lb ,,thing of the kind could! :ntuiif Methodist church at Hubble .Monday , preparing papers lor an appeal ol j)e secured iu that -- eetion, that vival services at tbe Methodist through Ambassador Morgeuthuu itors left end. lie was tackled hard ter friend- -. to pay the Iat tribute o frespect to that the shots tired toward the and thrown with three or four big Mis Gertrude Adam visited Mis a good the case to the Court of Appeals. : w.,. satisfactory for such . fishing church. man and wot thy citueiu The revival services began at the launch of the American cruiser mountain players on top of hiui, and Talitiia Bell. Mr. Penny won the election ou the m fti.it .... Tm.ii....... c.j..li.m 'Pit..-v- A..vr.. mi.iil Stephen Ephraun Owsley. Services ......a. i.v ..v'. ; ,.,;-- , Mr. 0. 11. Anderson sold a lot of were conducted by Presiding Elder ti,:o Mefbodist church Sunday evening Tennessee last Monday were .intend- had to be carried oft the field at i... i face of the return by a majority i ........ ........... - liVll VIIA7 Alt llllli, i ..,. ..." IW.F .. i.,k ....; 4;.,. K.w n.;n ILLtllll iLlIlll :. LiJJtJ with a large congregation, which had ed merely as the customary, warn- once, and a physician's service se coin to S. C. Rig-b- y at "2.73. ". ll. W. K Arnold, of Danville, assisted Jl. i Llfil.a 111 IJllt Attorney) for the coiitestee, M"r. future, better nren.ired with b.iit. the pleasure of listening to a power- ing that the port of Smyrna was cured. Clinton Coleman, shitted from Mr. and Air. Morris Daughtery, by Rev. S. II. Polbtt and they were mined and closed to navigation. Al- half back to quarter, and Wray ot Somerset visited Mr. and Mrs. Penny, Iaiil great stress upon the Drm Ufo very beautiful and i.epressive. Mr. :luto became im- - ful sermon from lie v. Clark, the though thc explanation is iiitormul Powell went in at half, the morale oi Henry Lunsford, on Dick's river. iJloiRMl.irrejAilapty of several votes - QwsJoy had been a resident of Lin- and. evangelist. The three other churches p.nd tlio l.Inite States Cfyyej4&?ep,t ' the- loc.alladgvyvas -- broken. Their Mrs. Kljbe(hcBar of ladies being counted for Mr. Mi- - r.,n ,;lcuWard through the fence into of fowri dismissed for the revival.1 all of. is1&drs; R.AJir Koberls. who. it i alleged, had WiU Ihllin-- gul.aen. Xo damage wa Another good crowd was present still is awaiting a reply 'to format leader was gone and Somerset un- -i Orchard, which Ambassador mediately halted their progress and nouse. cded from bugvies on the street, 120 tone to thc (lriver or lflaci,uK. uUt Monday night. Services are being representation Owsley, Ins mother havmg beeu Morgeuthuu bus instructed to make threw them back on the defensive. held both morning and evening. Mr. m. a. Lawrence is hothered Isabella Ann Pennington, of this feet distance from the polls, their .jR. rvm.lt WJJs MMUy dulnaged. Somerset was unable to score with a bad boil on his wrist. to the Turkish Foreign Office, it was vole- - being relayed to the clerk of; county. Mr. Owsley was born near s D. yXVoll and wife", of Dair during the first quarter but piled generally admitted at the White Mr. S. X. Gill sold 50 barrels of Pisgah church in Pulaski county, HUSTONVILLE the election by other ladies, or by , vuo wx.re ,ure .Saiunlay on business ., wjjiie Airs. Nell Carpunter. Burton, of Uouse, State and Navy Departments 'cm up during the remainder of the corn lo Phil B. Thompson at ?2i0. but came with his parents to Liu-coi- n the other officer of the election. Mr. ' eomplica" game, until the total of "Jl to 0 had i Air. and Mrs. Uoscoe Colyer visI'ennv's attorneys claimed that at, i r.,rL. fl...,. r.. G.uwl :md KsMisas City. Mo., was a visitor of that all danger of when a child. lie was a ... ,w.C.V lions over the incident had been re- been reached when the referee's ited S. D. Carpenter. leat riw vote1 so cast, should have son, Allen and William Whitehead,! Mrs. J. li. lliffe la.--t Friday of the late Dr. J. It. Owsley last whistle blew. Stanford made a Bert Holtzclaw visited Loyd and Asher Owsley. beeu Stricken J. J. Allen arrived home last Fri moved. oil. as Illegal, out t.f Cnviiciton. arrived here. game fight. The work of some of the Croushorn on Sugar Cieek. to strike off 1if,lt ;,, tjH.-- r jmto lrom iUsSen day morning from Moulieello. where Judge Hardin refa-c- d After the services at MelCendreo players was extraordiuaiily good HARRIS' CREEK , Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Lunsford vis- the remains were brought to Buffabut one. that of Mis Minnie ood. Sjiiings, where thev had been for be had been to atteud court in be Our first snow fell here last against stronger and heavier oppon- ited their daughter, Mr. James The decision as U, tile le:ilitv of a week",m a hunting trip. They hadi - inK ol' Mr. M"cDowell, of Boyle lo Springs Cemetery hei-- for interents. Several of the boys were badly Curtis, who is quite ill at her home! the vote of Oeor"c V. Carter, who a very cold trip here but by the counh, uho was claiming damage. Thursday. ment. The pallbearers wore: E. Al. Mr. and Mrs. .James Coppage, injured but gamely stuck lo their near Hackley. voted for Mr. MeK.ibeit- -. cau-e- d uichased kind treatment of Pap tjood and wife from a paity, he had Walker, Sam Harris. Jr., Y. O. WalGils Gieszl is near here operating ker, T. W. Pennington, S. A. Walker, inlcrc- -t an I coainiein. they were soon made very comfort- - a lot of stock ewes last summer and Mrs. Boone Joselin, of Junc- guns and fought an uphill fight. But when hi- - dep" able and a good warm supppcr wasj1'e party failed to comply with bi tion City, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. the visitors were too strong for hi rock crushing maciuery and is and Owsley Dunn: honorary pallIr. Carter them. Somerset this season has the working a quite a crew of hands. was taken late in .Inly, tint prepared for them. They found birds! contract. 'Wie plaintiff received S. Uico one day last week. bearers were: 11. G. Luce. A. !. best i'ootbidi team in her history. It The pikes arc being treated to a sisMrs. Julia Rice visited her I '5ii: ph-cbe had maintained hi- damages of .fl")0, which was just very scarce. Walker. George T. Bright. Hindi precision, nice lot of stone. Now if the old ter, .Mrs. John Kotisey at Alt. Free- works with machine-lik- e at Tnrneisville for the prist coven Henry Walter. T. C. Rankin. B. Dr. O. S Williams motored to about half what Aas due him. and nothing near its size can stop it ditching gang could come on with Reid, near Stan- - Lexington Saturday evcnimi with Mr. I Will Reid, of Somerset, was heie man last Saturday night and bun-dayear- -, although W. Givens and G. A. Swinebroad. Time and time again Boyce Hunn, plows, shovels and scrapers we pike, and in .Hj jjr Frank Mansfield for their! over Kriday night among relatives ford on ihe Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gordon, of or Harry Farmer, or one of the would believe we were going to have lie even ,,)niet after a week' sta3 ',ei(-- ' with j A TEXAS WONDER the evaded school friends and -the niglit with Mrs-ChrAnderson boys, or Joe T. Embry, or better pikes. The reason our d is went so far as to declare at the j,er paients, h. and Mrs. V. R. his cousins out at June Reid's. lie Parks ville, spent Sunday with " Clinton Coleman would break through ciucs Driesler road machiuery never came to The Texas Wonderdissolveskidney and time f the givint; of his depo-itio- n left here about twenty year- - ago Williams. troubles, gravel, and stop the runner dead in hfs Preachersville to ditch, grade and bladderdiabetes, imMrs Chris. D?icler has beeu that he expected to return to Tar-- , cures weak and lame backs, CSilinore Burion and baby, and went to Somerset, where he has Mrs. r trucks only to have him more than out our Dikes in shane. is it jrot rheumatism, and all irregularities of e. the following Saturday to have returned home after several 'been in business ever since, lie was proving very fast in the hist gam the necessary distance next .,..,,.... i ...! tt,.. ,.,; - the kidneys and bladder in both men ,.i,i .. ...... ...x. ..-.OVIUVU .11.11... iivi ..i... vle in the prima iy election. Attor-- days visit to her paients, Mr. and looking well and hearty and has Mr. Johnny and women. Regulates Mob. erable l.i Lucas, of Lexington, time Harvey Wilkinson. makeshift of a bridge on in children.' If not soldblaldcr troubles ncy for Mr. Penny contended that r joun Dye near Xew Salem. f"i oiie of which be is very proud has been the recent guest of Eu- ley. Maurice Tucker, llaitwell by your drugDrake'. creek between here and gist, will be sent by mail on receipt ot -li an a vowel, clearly made him an jir .IJM .. rs F,au Umi , of of. 1 II Cl. Hi onaiiKs, nryau lerivins. m xuci an rr;lb Orchard. Washed away twice $1.00. One small bottle is two months illfiBil voter in Stanford, but the Misses Bet tie and Lou Cowan gene Rice. jjj,, Ky were c.nners m onr of the Stanford team fought a great aml twic.e hunted up and patched treatment, and seldom fails to perfect a Misses Fannie Gaddis and Allie spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. court did not ce it that way and village Sunday evening, Send for this Owens spent Sunday with their uu-c- fight and were not disgraced Hnc'innn cure. other states. testimonials from 2925 j lift nn1 enf nrr' it nnw ic he wa- - a !igl voter in' Leigh & Cimpbell are now furnish-Slnnforruled that Sam Castello. near Stanford. pfcKw and Dr. E. W. Hall. taking defeat from such a team. ' and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Walter (to all heavy travel, flopping its', Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by Mr. Carter stated this j,, tj,e town wjt u(.e c,win IU,Jt Dr. II. S. Chase formerly of JuncClem. (adv.) - rom tbeir but-he- r wings and sides, heaving line a druggists. week that be had voted at Turnersshop and are al- - tion "itv. but lute of Texas, is here Mr. John Mounoe attended the About the Thanksgiving Worship sick buzzard, when the lightest trap ville not, only in the August primary Way.-- ready with the fiy best to bojto make his home among the irood Csal Yard Chany.es Hands oyster supper given by the Ows at in tbe November election, u,d and a visit to their place will j "people of Hustonville, as a phy. b:it ai.--o As the meetings are in progress in crossing. Explanation: It is in the Elmer H. Denham last week sold tbo-- e wlio are familiar with the t.0nVince von of the fact and it islcian and will answer all call ren-ca-- e. Danville Thursday night. at the .Methodist church and not 'Cast End. bis coal yard business, near the Mr. Jasper Gaddis, of the Hang- wishing iu any way to interfere with will say that the legal voting res'r ttK.tiuiig that we lunie will lastJ'lered him day and night. He depot to II. L. Perkins, who has asSome Purnulrins donee of Mr. Carter has been placed f;:in,e know a good beef when he'uiove hi- -- family here as soon a- - he ing Fork section, spent Saturday these meetings, 1 have thought it sumed charge. The night and Sunday with his brother, best .for me to turn the matter, over j The London Sentinel reports a ".") j js ahe to find a vacant liouse. in a decidedly questionable or haz- - j.ees ; was not made public. Air. Deuba in ('. L. Gaddis. firdou- - situation as a result. to those who have the conduct ox the pound pumpkin as the Laurel chan I will travel for the Wallin' Creek ijcorge W. Biffe, wife and son,' Mr. Eugene Dunn, wife and baby Dili P.ogle. a local negro was tound Jt;Sse. worship on Thursday to direct as pion. .That is a good ouiiHiuiii Out Coal Company, of Puieville. at a f Tyrone, Okla.. arrived here, and mother, Mrs. D. W. Dunn, spent Dies in Oklahoma and uiveu a sentence of from Thursday evening to spend a couple Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Tray- they mav think best. Cordially. M. Johnnv Coffey brought one to Mt. nice an buy. making Stanford News ha been received by Ken- D. Earlv". one to nve years m the penitentiary ae weeks with relative.--: and friends' lor near Stanford Vernon that tipped the cale at So where his family will announcing the Mt. Vernon Shrunk The I. J. hc.ir j.erjury. earlier in the proceed- - 0 this section. He is a grain dealer j Tim Uardesty accompanied bv tucky relatives for continue to reside. Mr. Perkins is a death of Mr- -. Victoria Coleman inu of the court, which fact was 4,f Tyrone and - doing a good bui- - Attorney Crenault TTuguIey of Neuralgia of the face, shoulder, pounds and that is "some pumpkin " son of Mrs. Belle Perkins, and reIji- ' ville. moiored through here Sunday Uichardson at her home near Amor-il- n, ' ness out week's report. iu there. Thev are the mests hands, or feet requires a powerful that Babe DeBorde at Crab Orchard cently completed a e. course Okla., on the 10th inst. of tu- remedy that will penetrate the flesh. ' of Mr. and Mrs. J. IS. lliffe. has one that will top both of jeveiiinf on their way to Jame-tow- n, at Wilbur K. Smith Business College berculosis after a lingering illness BALLARD'S Prohibition Lecture Wednesday Night LINIMENT these. How much does your weigh. at Lexington, which has prepared Mr. and Mr.--. J. P. Riffe havej to attend court there. SNOW of several years. Mrs. Richardson possesses that power. Rubbed in Babe? ........ llAAIl cnnliMlii. u. . C. .. Tl n frt... l.t.?f. .. T. rt.t. ;.. o)cuuniS u..i.- .it ..it. weai:ngen, ji leuipurauct: so many young men for commercial years of age and where the pain is felt is all that is THE PEOPLES TOBACCO WARE. was lifty-eigspeaker, will deliver an addre-- s on Castle, Ind., with their grandson, and business careers. He is. therewas roared in Casey county. She necessary to relieve suffering House Burns to Ground and j.rohib'S'on at the court house Wed and family, Luke Carpenter, who is; HOUSE AT DANVILLE IS NOW fore well equipped for his underwent West twenty-seve- n years ago restore normal conditions. Prict 23c, The house of Robert Durham, a r.e-dniht at 7:45 o'clock to which ' business there and has a fine open FOR RECEIVING TOBAC and bus lived in Kansas, Colorado taking. Mr. Denham states that he 50c. and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by colored teacher, burned near all are invited. Rev. Swearingen is business there. hopes his friends will continue their CO. THE FIRST SALE WILL BE and Oklahoma. She is survived bv early last week. Durham patronage W. H. Lair's new addition to his Shugars' Drug store. Stanford, & said lo deal with this subject in a with his successor. HELD THERE DECEMBER 2d. her husband, John C. Rihchardson, Lvne Bros.. Crab Orchard. lost nearly everything he had and strong ivav, v.nd a big crowd is ex- - store is near completion and will be a prosperous fanner of Amorita. ' a great convenience for him, when and estimates his loss at $800, I voted to hoar him. It Really Des Relieve Rheumatism Exchange Notice Clarence Coleman of 102 East Gray which was a hard. blow to him. A Card of Thanks ; completed Thc Ladies Aid Society Everybody who is afflicted with The Ladies of the Baptist church, street is a nephew. Lousville Times number of his white friends are con' of the Baptist church will give an Try This For Your Couoh Rheumatism in any form should by We desire to express our thanks tributing to Mrs. Richardson is survived by will have an exchange in the post-offia fund to help him out. IJ. iwicj pl'UU I'lilltar1 rr,. lousands of people keep cougn-- :, VlilVl taiUUlV,llK building on Nov. 2oth, be- hundreds of relatives in Casey, Lin- to those who were so kind to us The blaze started from a defective all means keep a bottle of Sloan'? wvwiei .f f h ginning at 0:H(). Come and buy your coln and Pulaski counties. Mrs. G. In our recent bereavement, the death Liniment on hand. The minute you in:r becau-- e unable to get the right li.itiAf'tf sif fl)a n1tiitt flue. McKinney.--T- he feel pain or soreness in a joint or' ' remedy. Coughs are caused by in- cakes, pies, beaten biscuits, dress- M. McAninch of Mt. Snlem, is an of our father. J. J. muscle, bathe it with Sloan's Linifiammation of Throat and Bronchial, ed chickens, nut bread and candies aunt, and John and Roy Spenrs. of Family. Don't Delay Treating Ysur Ctugh ment. Do not Rheumatjsm Dec War rub it. Sloan's peneTubes. What you need is to soothe for your Thanksgiving dinner. Black the Hustonville and Moreland secA slight cough often becomes trates almost immediately right to Hundred of imitations have come King's j Rheumatism is an awful thing this inflammation. Take Dr. cakes a specialty. We will appre- tions, are nephews of the deceased. and gone since Foley's Honey and serious, Lungs get congested, Bron- the seat of pain, relieving the hot New Discovery, it penetrates the del- - nothing more painful. Don't let it get ciate your orders. Tar Compound began JO years ago chial Tubes fill with mucous. Your tender, swollen feeling: and making icare mucous lining, raises the phlegm ' a hold, but at the first twinges take Xmas Festivities at Hustonville to loosen tbe grip of coughs and vitality is reduced. You need Dr. the part easy and comfortable. Get . and quickly releives tbe congested Foley Kidney Pills. They work di Foley Cathartic Tablets The ladies of the Presbyterian membranes. Get a f0c bottle from rectly on your weakened kidneys, Are wholesome, thoroughly cleans- church of HustonvHe will hold their colds. You can not get a substitue Bell's Pine Tar Honey. It soothes a bottle of Sloan's Liniment fur 25 12tb to do for you what Foley's Honey and your irritated air passages, loosens cents of any druggist and have it in Dr. Kings Xon build them up, make them strong, ing and have a stimulating effect on annual bnznar on December your dnggi-- t. Discovery quickly and completely rid your blood and keep it clear of the stomach, liver and bowels. Regn. Here is where you can get your Tar Compound will do for coughs mucous and makes your system the' house- - against colds, sore and stopped my rough' writes J. R. uric acid. Keep Foley Kidney Pills ate with no griping and no unplea-se- nt Christmas presents in endless va- colds, croup, bronchial affection, la resists colds. Give the baby and chil swollen joints, rheumatism, neuralsciatica and like ailments. Tar Watts. Floydale, Texas. Money on hand ready for use at the first after effect. Stout people find riety, and a good square meal to grippe coughs, and tickling throat. dren Dr. Bell's Pine them. Honey. It's gia, money back Only 25c Yonr of not satisfied, a P."v 't of your druggist and feel guaranteed to help back if not satisfied, but it nearly sign of rheumatism. For sale by all they give immense relief and corn satisfy the inner man. It w'll be bat it does five almost instant relief at your Draggist. by all druggists. safe. For sale always kelps. iraggisL special occasion, with music. fort. For sale by all druggists. I The 1. J. has beer, authorized to News comes from Lancaster as Outweighed and outplayed but not Kodinan W. Keenon, of j the I. J. goes to press that Sheriff outgamed, the Somerset High School llarrodsburg, as a candidate for the Curt Kobinson, of Garrard county, PREACHERSVILLE Henry Lunsford, age 24, and Miss Rose Arnold, age Hi, were united in marriage on the afternoon of Xov. 8th, at the Methodist parsonage, by Rev. R. B. Baird. A crowd of select friends were present to hear the magic words said making the two fond hearts one. The bride was very becomingly in a suit a . bride . looked., of blue and never . Progressive Women af Stanford Un-taBig Thing For Entertainment of Our People ke ''d co-.uit- , lm-.m- ite J up-to-d- J -- - - ing ky. po-iti- on ne h. Fi-di- - y - ! w-ltit- vi-iti- ng Wi-oon-i- n. ur-iiar- i. o- . " i- eou-idorn- blu ph re-rar- - Tm-Ue- -. 7 Soiner-et'.-originl!t)-ya- rd ha-be- en g - e li-lii- nii. - ."".0 Ci-oss- c-thiis- eii vi-iti- i:ir d con-ider- ed J vi.-iti- ng i- i -- y XXJ1 .. able S l;Lt-Jt'ridayjjJ- it. -- - hi-b"- r. , j-- -. y - half-broth- er -- e .ni'.-idera- ble te-tifi- ed o-it- ion o j re-idi- ng y. ITii-toiii- lle di-tri- cj. '"' int high-price- few-day- ner-vill- ! - ! -ii- jj;, ! " le d. 7 M V M - - s con-idcrati- ou gp.-It- i- Dan-omitt- ed -- hii-Th- iq. av a -- - - ht Mil-ledgevi- J lle ce T 1 K THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCY, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1914. Children Cry for Fletcher's The Interior Journal .iHELTON M. SAUFLEY Proprietor IN ADVANCE iWiKI III Just-as-good h per-i$t- f-- $1 A TEAK STlilCTLY Entered at the postotfice at Stanford econd clatt mail matter. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Interior Journal is authorized candito anuounee the following dates J'or oflic, subject to the August, Democratic primary in because the entire system becomes permeated with injurious acids. To relieve rheumatism Scott s Emulsion is a double help; it is rich in blood-fooit imparts strength to the functions and supd plies the very that rheud; oil-foo- WARM CLOTHES The cold spell of last week was the coldest November in 30 years and every indication points .to a very LONG and COLD WINTER, so you had better now get you WARM WORK CLOTHES. The colder the weather the more you have to go your family eats more, your stock eats more and needs morfe attention. Any kind of a Cap to pull down over your ears, from a 25c Cassimere to a $3 fur All kinds The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been iu use for over SO years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his sonal supervision since its infancy. J;, 'Ctfc&cM; Allow no one to deceive you in this. " are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and ' Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of lulauts and Children Experience against Experiment. 1915: For Circuit Judge (J. A.' IIAKD1N, of .Mercer county. CUAS. C. FOX of Boyle county. For Commonwealth's Attorney K. V. PURYEAR, of Boyle County. Ed. Morrow, of Somerset, has announced that he is a candidate for matic conditions always need. Scotfs Emulsion has helped countless thousands when other remedies failed. H 14-- 48 goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fcvorishness. For more than tliirty years it lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the FochI, giving healthy mitt natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. CASTORIA What is substitute for Castor Oil, Castoria is a harmless AInktL Refatt Sdbititatec Pare SHELBY CITY Let us sell you a WARM CORDUROY SUIT for - GENUINE yBears CASTORIA the Signature of ALWAYS The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THCCCNTAJRCOMHNV H tL W V o C IT V Exchange Corn for Meal We are grinding com now. For one bushel of corn, we give you in exchange 47 pounds of bolted meal. If you are not already one of our exchange customers we want you for a customer. Courteous and prompt attention to every customer. the republican nomination for govFarmers are about done shucking ernor next year. Ed is some boss corn at this wilting. and it will take a sure :nough run" Air. ;i'ud Mrs. JJ. U. Lewis and ner to beat him. Selling platers had Casper Renoltls, of Jlorelalud, visited ,1. Y. Brown and faintly Sunbet beware. day. Mrs. George A. Giliiland has been This Will Help Some Agents for the British and French visiting Mrs. Kate Coovert. Misses Edna and Eunice Brown Governments announced at New were in were the guests of Ora and May York Saturday that they the market for 1,330,000 wool James Sunday. Little Miss Marie Nave was vissweaters, 000,00 wool stomach bands, iting Miss Viola Lunsfoid. wool gloves and 500,000 l,(i00,00 Miss Maggie Clarkson visited pairs of wool sock. In order to dewhere snub an enormous friends near here recently. termine Muster Homer Brown was visit" tjuaniily of woolen goods might be ing Ilerndon James. purchased quickly an advertisement Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bender viswas placed in a commercial newsited friends at Moreland Sunday. paper, it was said that the goods Airs. f. Burke has been visiting were vaulted for prompt delivery, that orders would be given immed- Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Russell at iately and that payment, would be Bowen. Misses Beulah and Anna Sprinkmade in cash for goods delivered in I value of les were the pleasant guests of New York. The wholesale the good: wanted is more (ban Misses Luna and Julie. Elijah Wallin of Ottawa, has been here lor a few days shucking corn. 15. lnuliam and I'. K. Kennedy, of HIGH SCHOOL NEWS Jy -- of cotton, wool and leather Gloves. $7.50 A very heavy WOOL KERSEY SUIT for The Bulls Eye all rubber, white bottom Arctic Over Shoe at $10.00 A heavy pair of Kersey Trousers for $2.00 and $2.50 the best one ever sold in Stanford. That's putting it pretty strong, but after two years test beside other good ones we know it is true. Keep warm by buying warm goods from us. $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50 A short very heavy, large collar, Wool Mackinaw coat at $3.50 H. J. McROBERTS i NEAR DEATH At last we have a liarty) !;... vJo.., .- .- ..- - iJ..no.i..-ai,- . .,.- - PHONE 1 i. BAUGKMAN & GO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY Let the I. J. do your job printing Xhe Hit of the Season A KENTUCKY BELLE i OPERA HOUSE Thursday, Dec. 3 A Big Laugh for Everybody. Don't Miss It. ADMISSION 15c, 25c, SEATS ON SALE AT SHUGARS DRUG and 35c STORE I 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 . . . . price. To buy here means you save big money, the prices are for $10.00 and $12.50 Suits now . . . : Boy's Clothing very low. All kinds of Shoes now at a very low $15.00 $10.00 $ 7.50 ROBINSONS Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank. Don't Forget "Quality'' I whea yea bay that ONLY TEN DAYS MM C J. L Beazley & JsSmiiBFw Co MONUMENT Don't forget mJIw Harry Jacobs UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER Buys Quality and Sells Quality Only Telepkose No. 164 STANFORD. Furniture Mattin, Rugs. Fwnl tare ExchaM ftr aH Kb Of Sttck. STANFORD. KY. PHONE 42 The (ionium submarine S WHEELDON'S STORE ' British vesel and "'"' 1.? has returned Jame Cooper Mrs. Cleo Wheeldon of lirodhead, s:!,lk otr t,K- n"rth from Washington & Lee l"niverity iy some better after a severe ease of ' s;' iV0n,3" ono ot' t,le MCW wsls where he wa attending school. typhoid lover. Your was with her about Inn wimL---. :. . :m.l . .. ... ..... HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT Boyle Couple Marry Here now we hae her little 01105 to take Veilil and Miss Elle Preston, care of, so have been too busy to Fred The People's Market Place Adver-Yo- u a well known young couple of Dan- write. tise What j'ave to Sell ville, eamo here last week and were Farmers are enjoying; the pretty i united in the holy bonds of matri-.non- y weather and are busv HATS at cost. Miss 1'ihi Max by Rev. Garland Sinjrleton. corn. Dj-t- f. Mrs. Amelia Craig ae'eompanicd V. D. Warren has hi. grist mill Saunders. them here. ready for business. ' Christmas presents at Mueiler's J. W. Acton, of Clarence, is very Jewelry Store, Stanford. HON. EMMETT PUR YEAR ill of u complication of (llarrodsburg Herald) series of meetimr conducted J1CHJS FOR SAI.E A lot of -- ood In tli issue is the announcement, at Liberty l.aptist church by Rev.) of Hon. Emniett i'nryear to succeed Hutchms, closed with five additions fat hojrs. Ajply at this office. iMtf. hiin.-c- lf as Commonwealth's Attor- to the chureh. celery, eraJiberrie-- , Raymond Warren, wlio wns laid. ,. OYSTERS, ney. Jude l'uryenr was elected to .. . BCvg'Tj&MBNflB . and domestic fruits and fill out the unexpired term of Judie nn t'nr mn innnflK willi rhoiimn t ini 94-- 1 nuts at Karris' Charles Hardin when The latter is nettinf? better. a- - elevated to the bench and he We will tell you next week about Day WE will close Thiiukse-iviinbeen faithful in the charjre oL' a weddinjr here. j has for the remainder of the Coraponnded eccording- - to the Original & ExMrs. W. 1). Warren had a fa'll at noon 1). j his duties of his office and ha- - done idav. T. Newland. clusive Forzmdas & Recipes of Charhe TTfciie-Iffoo- n, the work fcarles-.land .without which has been a very one. The Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatment partiality. In the position which he of human ailments. Endorsed in tha B;ble. t ne LADIES Git R.:niv h:i- - held it has been necessary to Thousands of Testimonials. the Op.:ns Li the rally n:irt l '.:ir.x j pro-- ei ute violator.- - of the law Great Body-Toni- c. SCIENCE SOPE. for the Hu?.ii-- s Klia May Deechibe.. CHARLIE WHITE-MOOLin, ue nas done without tear or man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, cr Tvrita TkeCawkeyfeklift favor and he has a. splendid record. 'i To the taxpayers of ('ran Or 3iGiNaTO or CHARLIE WHiTE-MGO- N in- suinoin as a uemocr.it is as wGets-It- f ' the Sew Way, 2 Drops Do CHETEJWE IMM chard, the penalty will go on your It nuhlciiti.-heRrE0lES a; his record as a pubTo endure the pains and tortures school tax after December 373! West Broadway O. . Louisville, Kentucky a. scieke sare lic official. ia caused by a little thins like a corn AI. LN'KEY, Treasurer. is ridiculous, simply because it i3 unnecessary. The new-pla- n corn cure. insnssKStsssnnntKniKKSSMsswsmsmamswmssmsmasmmmmmmumtmumammmmm'' Harroilsbnrir Leader) Insure vour urooertv wih Bromlev 4-It i:ives us much jileasiire to an- Ue GETS4T' for & ronilev Stanford. Kv. Corn and Yoa nounce that 'Emniett Puryear will Won't "Holier" Wben Yoa Put on :isk for endorsement as CommonKENT Very desirable FOB Your Shoes. wealth's Attorney of this district price with rooms at a reasonable becan-- e he has done splendidly this, private front entrance. Apply at his fir-- t term. He is competent, fair i)4-- 2 thsi office. and eournucous and has done his Opposite Court House duty effectively. While not uhat LOST An upper plate I'm set of you would call a "jrood mixer,'' he teeth, between city limits and Win. is eourfeous. kindly and sincere. So Fields'. If found in good condition far lie has no opposition and there reward for return to olhVe of Dr. T. 9l--I- p seems to be no disposition to W. Pennington, Stanford. strenuously to his serving; anTelephone 168 other term. From what we know of FOR SALE-Th- ree Jersey cows, Mr. Puryear we have no trouble in GETS-IT.- " is the first one ever good ones; one giving milk; the othremove corns without fail, er two will hi: fresh in three and six agreeing; with his many friends that known topain without and without trouble. v.eel-.slie is a fine fellow and a most ex- This is why it is the biffKest-sellinV. C. Giliiland, Kings Mouncorn cure in existence today. It is tain. Ky. 94-- 1 91 --J. cellent official. now used by millions, because it does away with sticky tape, with plasters Women Suffer Terribly from Kidney ana cotton rins that shift their poLOST Between my place on the sition and press down onto the corn, k knob by the way of turnpike, a Trouble with salves that "raw up" the toe. "harnesses" that cause pressure large Topaz seal and clasp, on gold Around on her feet all day no with pain, and with and wonder a woman has backache, head- - files, clawinff andknives. rascr3 corn. buckle attached. Finder will apply at pull'.ns at a "GETS-IT- " s. is applied in two this office or to Jas. P. Bailey for swollen points, Iaehe, stiffslppn Two drops applied with the 93-- 3 DOOr and lrirtnuv "rniiMo glass rod do the work. Fain goes, reward. corn shrivels, vanishes. Accept Foley Kidney Pills give quick re- the having lief for those trobles they streng;hten no substitute. Try it on any corn, wart, NOTICE All persons callus or bunion tonight. GETS-IT- " is sold by druggists having claims against the estate of the kidneys take away the aches, everywhere. 25c a bottle, sent dipains and weariness makes life rect by E. Lawrence 4b Co-or Chicago. J. P. Chandler, deceased, will preworth hvinsr ajrain. Trv Folev Kid- sent them to me properly proven For sale in Stanford at Shugars' on or before December the 15th dav. Jncy Pills and see how rcmoh better Drag store 04-you feel. For sale by all drnjrgists. S. AL CHANDLER, Admr. Miss (jiastineau presented the foot ball team with an extremely large box of candy for administering a del'eat to the Normal team. It was readily disposed of. Several of the football team and i rof. look a hunt Saturday. .Miss 1'attye 1'erkins '17 was absent a half day .Monday. has been waiting for scvcial years to deteat Stanford at l:it ihs. have succeeded but it will be some time and Somerset will have to grow before they succeed in defeating S. II. S. 07 to 0, the score by which they were defeated several yewr- - ago. Although Friday was a bad day, a good size crowd was out to witness the game. The football season is now over, Mini rim tiebi'iri ivliicli vrp ltrin sold for baseball and football games for $2.50 can be obtained now for baseball games for $1.23. If you buy one of these it will cost alSout J 7 2 cents a' game, while if you pay for each game, it will cost 25 cents. Clinton Coleman '15 was unable to attend school one day last week. Bryan Perkins "17 was sick last Monday and could not attend school il-on BY SMOTHERING Joying several days hunting. .Miss Ethel Breedlove, of Gilbert's Creek, has been visiting her sister, Mrs. John Brackett. 3nt Hnsband, With Aid of Cardu; Miss Ada Buchanan was the guet Effects Her Deliverance, of .Mifcses Beulah and Anna Sprinkles. razor good encash to Guarantee for Life Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Xave and Drapcr, .Mrs. Helen of Cincinnati, are with his place, N C "I suffered Dalton, ct says: for years, relatives here. . un pains in my left side, and wouIC Little Curtis Brown, who ha been iien almost smother to death. un the sick list is reported better at I Medicines patched me up for awhile tst ihen I would get worse again. Final-- ', this writing. my husband decided me to Mrs. Adams has moved to the V :n- - :y Lardui, the wemanhe wanted so he s tonic, look property, she recently puv- - nought me a bottle and I began using it chased mid Mr. T. Mes-ehas mov- -i !rJ1J.n e ?Q gooa man all the meai- cines I had taken ed into flu- hou-vae.ited liv her. I !mvn inrYl1Oft ffilnir a i.t . it l llll menus while h Wilder has bouirht ami1.,., r.r.h-- -iiiuumu man Ml uiMUT tv.n,. i,.,....nil c,. KIIV.T nni . tUl. mover, to tne properly vacated bv J2cn benefited by its use. There never ns been, and never will be. a medicine !Mr. ifesscr. Children, r o Tungsten $2.75 Shumate's any and shapes St face ard adapted to Sizes to an Leard. FOR SALE CV Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. 1 ! ! .. ,,. lv- -- ! ! !o 1-- Remarkable Cure of Croup "Last winter when my little boy bad eroup 1 got him a bottle of Chamberlain's .jjjpugh Remedy. I honestly beleive it saved his life," writes Mrs. J. B. Cook, Indiana, Pa. '"It cut the phlegm and relipved his coughing spells. I am most grateful for what this remedy has done for him." For ale by all dealers. -- cles." i compare with Cardui. 1 believe it is good medicine for all womanly trou- -I J For over 50 years, Cardui has been re iieving woman's sufferings and building weak women up to health and strength. If you are a woman, give it a fair trial, it should surely help you, as it has a million others. Get a bottle of Cardui to-day. Moves g Kne ! I Heaters - 54. Write to: Chattanooga. Medicine Co.. Ladies' Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Tenn., for Su-.ta- l Imtructiont on your case and a book. "Home i reaunanuor women.- - in plain wrapper. n.G. 128 F-I- GEO. H. FARR1S, Stanford, Kentucky that dav. -- - 'M - Jn-wne- eorre-,ponde- nt i I ..- . - .. Heating Stoves, Coal Vases, Coal Hods, Grates, Fire Brick, Tile Backs, Fire Clay, Lime, etc. at W. H. Higgirks i - lt-'1j- ! " Boots & Horhs GOD'S MEPSC1NES C03T-CZI.-SA- .. ! 9-J- -l v p.-tinf- Only Sure Gcrn II, ' Cure Ever Known N - Mrs. d y-- it. con-cEi-s- ia m Don't Forget to Go to T. D. NEWLAND ob-V'- t't For your Thanksgiving Oysters, Celery and Cranberries pr . THE- sec-ond- BIG SALE i Is Still on at L.L SANDERS, Crab Orchard. Now is the time to get Bargains - 3. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STAN FORD. KENTUCY. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1914. Friday, Nov. 27 Price and Bonnellf s Greater New York All Star Minstrels 30 White Artists 30 Presenting the Newest and Best Minstrel Organization on the Road Today ONE NIGHT OPERA HOUSE PRICES 25c, SOc, and 75c Best Cough Medicine for Children "Three years ago when 1 was living in Pittsburgh one of my ehil dren had a hard eold and eoujilieil di'eafully. I'pon the advice of a druggist I purchased a bottle of; Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it benefited him at owe. I find it the best eough medicine for children it - plea -- a ut to take. They do not object to taking it," writes Mrs. Lafayette Tuck, Homer City, Pa. This remedy contains no opium or ether narcotic, and may be given to a child as confidently i to an adult. Sold by all dealers. he i- Beautiful First Part, Elaborate Costumes, Electrical Effects. An Olio of High Class Refined Vaudeville and the Biggest Act in Minstrelcy, a Travesty on Humpty Dumpty. Superb Band and Orchestra. Parade each day. Hear the Uniphone. French Remedy for Stomach Troubles for ears used a prescription of The lending doctors of France have vege- Depuly-Sherit'- i: to be out r. houie M alter S. Drye is able several day' illness. V. P. Kineaid has. retained fiom Lebanon, wheie she has been iu the hospital. Y. table oils tor chronic stomach trouble and constipation that acts like a charm. One dose will convince you. Severe cases of years' standing are often greatly benefited within 24 hours. So many pVople arc getting .surprising results that we feel all persons suffering from constipation, lower bowel, liver and troubles should try Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy. It is now Saturday. sold here by j Penny's Drug Store and Druggists Ev Mi. Marvin Adam has returned erywnere to her home at Lexington alter a d. visit to her mother, Mrs. Annie PERSONAL AND SOCIAL -Xe-San-- Mis., Virginia Mahoney, oi' Minneapolis, Minn., is with her grandmother, Jhib. .Mary Penny. Airs. 1. E. Kemp, of Louisville, eanie Sunday to attend the funeral oi' her ouiii, S. E. Owsley. .Mi (jiace Fields, alteiiiled the Teaeher Meetinjr at Crab Orchaid We Announce Our BEECH GROVE We are having pretty bail weather now aind everything certainly look like winter. Air. and Mis. G. V. Spangler visited Mr.s. Frank Likiiib Tue-da- y. Mr. Andy Ledfoid ia attending county this. week. coin 1 in l'ula-My- -. W. M. Davis and little daughter, Xeily, were visiting Mis. Wil bam Law -- on Sunday MKse Patience Edwaids and Vivian aind Marie White, of Crab Ui r J 1..j.i' an in ih Am. Social Calendar j.- l!:i4i-- t Lildii will o. Human's t'lul) will meet, Club room in the rouil house 'Si -I- :it 2::J. Dot 1 Avitli Mr- -. ttx-U Club will .M. nn-e- t wills :U II Xi:rl.md two o'clock. lift. :;. Tin. Dixie Hunk iviii umol uilh .Mr- -, li.iriy lw w'eloek. Mr-. 1 1 ill Hub at Mr- -. I .1. V. 'M-km- - and Sarah Dayton. of McKinuey. in f l;s, J nd.. who ih very low. Dr. E. .. r.roun and W. II. W.ar-- n Mae L.!.wson - ju- -i Little Mi-.-- ii"?: lday- - in Mr. and .Mrs. 11. M. Arnold ai.tl r.'coveiing from the chicken-poiiuaiinir la- -t week and .Mr. and Mr- -. Iveene Mi-- .Mr. iiannic Mctcalf. of Danville. L.iie.- - and chihlren. of DnmilU. iricuits lioxie Sjiaugler past weei..f in Lancaster tile js the inn -- t of her brother. Mr. -- pent Sundut with .Mr. and Mr.--. II. Mia. J. S. Davi- - has. ju- -l had i 1'ihii I'.ritrht. Sr. D. Frye, near IJubbJe. moiiumeiil erected to the memory ot W. Ii. Hire. of Lui-ill- c. oji:d Mi.-. i John S. lliuJie.-- , of We.--l ner iatiicr, who wa- - nrougiit hi- - wife here this week and attended ;und laid be-iI'u'iu, will be wilh Mr. and Mr- -. K wc- -t hi the the funeral .t her father, the laic D Xoiuuod lor the Norwnod-Cal-bou- n wife, about a year ago. K E. ! lwI. . Monday. ueddinir. Dee. '2. Lexiusrtou Miss. Ellie Ho-ki- nhas been quite ha- - a good Herald. 1 E9 T. W'ilkui-ui- i. who sick the past week: Catarrh Cannot Be Cured Despondency Due to Indigestion !l ,;o- -. !;n .n the load for the Amcr-j-a- n Miss Jennie Smith is in Williams- with LOCAL, Former Com:re.-sina- ii J. S. 1'inrli ArPIiIC.VTIOXS?. ns they Tob.HM-- i Comjiany, i expected and wife, of Vxiiieebiiiu:. hae been burg having her eve treated. rejih llio Mat of the liiii!e. Catarrh is :tcannot MooJ It is not at all suvpnuig that cummso, una in order to cure It or .. lil. P.11..T i,; .1.,,. U.i!e to eat Jiank-iriMturkev. .! 1. . Mr. Wsilti.f Slimtli ; ; jou inir-- t take internal rtaiedKs. Hall' Catarrh pei'&OIlS who have indigestion fie- I taken .directly uiiou ... ... Mi. Will Adams and altiactive tlieir da tight, Mj- -. D. M. Walker and Lead visiting her parents, Mr. and Cnn urmu uuu Internally, and actsiiuu s uaiarru. eome discouraged and despondent. ..1 ....1 . . lw. xuuuuu tiiu feun.tce. Cure is not a quacK medicine. ciulilrei. of Somer-e- t. It was prehave ict uriicd family, lie and liev. Walker have Mrs. Owens. scribed by one of the best physicians in tills Here are a few words of hope and vij-itLome altera visit to her mother. Mind some Jane hunliug, iroi- i- our ,r Afr. John Hoskins has-beecountry for years nnd is a regular prexription. cheer for them by Mrs. Blanche Bow" best tonics ing his father and mother, Mr. ami It is composed of theblood purifiers,known, diSir. Sarah Davton. at McKinncv. j each, day in Mj-- . Pugh's car. with tho bet aetinjr ers Indiana, Pa. ''For years my I surfaces. the past few rectly on the mucous Ingredients The perfect digestion was I Air. and Mis. Howard C.unnitz. of "Mrs. Jim flo.skin- -, comtiiantinu of the to is what proio poor that 1 duces sui-- wonderful reults in cnrlnj; catarrh. Louisville, are the gite.-l-.- of Mr. j.nd, only eat the Jighe.st foods. J could Send for testimonials, free. Mr ;.v V'U iUC anil M,..? 11 1? CHEXEV & CO.. Props., Toledo, O. tried everything that I heard of to J., J Jl 4! UIilL'' .... t... i4lUU ' fnmilv. and Mrs. Silas Durham wife SoldT.byJ. Driissists, price 75c. Mr. Frank Likens and i ton load. .Air.- Ii. J. Humble. who get telief, but not until about a year All hot, free Burners lake Hall's Family Pills for constipation. 1 J s; jhns been liMiimr Mr. and Mrs. i "cra. vl'"Jr ago Avhen I saw Chamberlain's Tab aiul "ily Sunday. j L. Cuthri.' ..ml other rclalives in tJiisj1111 "I cannot say lets advertised and got a bottle of' C. E. Reorganizes a. too much for No soot, few ashes lia returned to her home in) It has enThe rhri t:. .n Endeavor of th them, did I find the right treatment. An Active Liver Means Health Sin n foul. H.uiviilc il(."sciiuer. I soon begau to improve and since tirely cured me of Christian chr.Vi wtis my trouble. Sly Ali-- '. f.iirv :imi .l(i.niiiini S'V- - i If you want good health a clear on htht Sunday taking a few bottle of them my di-- ! evcnim; ;u the lee. eye lids were and freedom from Di.zi.j deal- - j i., oraiicc arc back home lro.u a vwi Chri-tia- n K& church gestion fine." For sale by all thick and red i i .. jiij . vr t.' i.mi; ;., p.,.. i j9i. lauon, liiuousness. tare room of the ai.. ..r jtt a , nearly all thel HPF Ajmiaii i ? The Chiistiim Kmleavor was regular- - ers. My eyes time. their vi-- ii the Misses Scvcvrawce JTuaJnchci? and Iiidie;estiii, lake Di H. L. PERKINS, Prop., Successor to E. B. Denham wore specially Thev dii'.'-- r ',e' rt t,e Christian ch'irc!; up j were entertained at a dinner by Jvini s Xtw Life Pills ALBIA sse:.si$!ve to light uniij nygaii to remodei Hie :i:l'v undigested Mis- -. Mary Ilayden. Krankfort out fermenting nnd Csiarrh was my church, and at that time the secietv foods, clciir the I Mood and cure gathering Farmers are very bu-trouble. I had j SUtte JouituxiL had no pli.ee tu IuM iU mecting.-Th- e m y eyes Only "Joe. at your X? l had tlieir crops. ''"l .evvs nas nc.cn receiveil uy .vir.s. POSTED Masns' Meeting tren-- d and took officers elected Mist a. rr.at deal of Caaull Jsautlcy from her husbaiMl, Prot. Bandy and daughter Kinina Ilay.s, president and Mis.s A. . tnftts in Linrctn l.oilce No. 60 i Mr. Frank Cordicr, Will Cordicr. rt3 o d c i n e , but Lieut. Saufley. that he will tart for taincd a quite a number of pcoiIe 11. C. Banglunan, Gottlieb Penke, J. Mntttl iiimraiinic.ition on fjcli first and thiT'l Lena Palniir. Si'cretary, the remainOyster Supper nothing FHmod to Turnersville 7 o'cUcls iri home lliis week, and expect to arMonday f Grove ehuich help me until I der to be ely-iel:t.r. The fir.sl at OakMonday night. with a i'ew S. Hoeker, S. T. Harris. Jaefb Gai- - their hallnightsMam rath month at Ky. Htm--ron stit, Stanforl. rive i the United States in time to The Li'?ies Aid of the Turners meeting .sim e songs tried Pruna. I will be ider, Mrs. Mattie Ilewo, John '.. to If of sister hide's lraterually intt-cluaxb use Peruna when my family spend 1 he Christmas holiday.-- with ville Christian church will ir.-a held Sunday evo:iing at :() in at heyan Meeting at Oak Crove i -- nder.son. J- - Frank Smith- iirepnt. d it. Always And it very good; net K. C. Q'Kear'.s supper, oyster stew, in the Cliii.sL,n church, and at thi.s church Saturday night. Nov. 21. It j.elfs wonderfully. Tou can use her at hidc and Mrs. Lieut. Saul ley ha been in Turkey cream and cake oi Friday niuht nty testimonial anywhere you wish Millie :;ll nlil mitmwrs ;ivi Mr. Carlisle Gooch, who recently f to." - So ays Mrs. C. SUehan, JSo. iv.xnil for the last month. Frankfort T f I'hii.lr Vkttio .11... tntii r .......... uiiiv. iritfl come ami a iiciimi" ihand injniovea in irom Indiana, naa. decmeti U S. Leavitt St, Chicago. Ills. pause State Journal. helpinu ( make t!i s, :;.. ty what. i to Jive with his mother. ii shoii' be. Xew menibers will bet J or;i, to the wife of Boyd McCoy, given a hearty welcome at the same a girl. It is now time to buy your winter goods and we can save ls,,5t'- Mr. Oliver Kirld went hunting the cent, on any thing you buy from us. -ie -- ri..!iiirrf Monday. weie frown, of L:.!ica.-t- ei were here ln-- t week with hi- parents. Dr. and Mr. E. J. lfrown. Mr. and .Mr- -. Walter G. Smith will with her 'pent J'lianiv-gixiii- jr Mr.--. Ullie Sander-o- n at Uwinuille. Mrs. (.'hailes Henry, of Mhuioap- ii:- -. .Minn., Mr- -. Lours. C. t 'unwell, I'awhu-k- a. Okla.. rami-- Sunday of to attend the funeral of li'uiniiiir their lather, the late S. E. Ow.-le- y. .1. II. Dayton, of Phillipiue -! lauds, bar- - been tile yue- -t of his Mr. and liu-Sacll Mr. I Christmas Opening Friday, Nov. 27th Special Reduced Prices This Week On Tailored Suits, Silk Dresses, Wool Dresses' Dress Skirts, Silk Petticoats and waists also, special values in Coats and Furs. I - C'j chard visited Mi- - JJertha Davis Saiuiilay and Sunday. Mro. litt Stigall w:- i- called tti the bedside of her father in Indianapo" mother. Mr.--. Sarah Dayton at x. w- vi-iti- ng 1 -- & Wiseman WelshDanville, Kentucky Co ) I -- Jicr.-Iron- de -- 1 ii" ,..-.- ..,-..,.- Rex Coal 1.1-- - ! n - Black Star com-bine- d Look at Me I am Well. Pe-run( - -- "!,-v"- -- m f 1 !... -. ..' " Black Crescent M, slB - ,;.. olJe.io vwu ? REX COAL YARDS M-- Con-stijiatio- n. mm"' 1 11. ! v:-r- e J af d s d e -- i' n" I ... !.. ... m-im- I ! - I GREAT BARGAINS you 25 per f-- "." " You Are Sure of PE RFECT FITTING Long Service and the highest degree of comfort if you buy your The values cannot be bettered. Children's Footwear at Phillips Sizes 11 1-i 2 to 2 Sizes 8 1-- 2 to 11 Kentucky Belle Postponed Tlse W. C. T. U. will have a lee- tuife at the coml bouse on Wedne.s- day evening and their president , FoJfiy's Honey and Tar CGrRp0Und lias ICOIICsted 111!' .sl'limil rulllli.nf if", t or CrOUp. tt )osl,)(,m. the hiirli school piny "Aj' Kentucky lielJe," which was to have! Croup scares vou. The loud bceu jiresented at the opera bouse haive croujty cough, choking and fcYVdncsdny night, which thev nureed ' gaspmg fnr inMfli. l..linv..l )7vnott. ,m r ' Jll ur VII iji ,lliil ' ' to do. The play will m given Tbnrs-- ; call for immediate lelief. The day, Dec. .'d. and a trood patronage very firt does of Foley's Honey is expected. , and Tar Compound will master the croup. It cuts the thick mucus, Y. A. Carson has been carrying clears away the phlegm and opens Hie mail on Rural Route No- - 2, in up and cases the air passage?. For place of Judge W. L. Dawson. sale by all druggists j- r m ii-ir- oilier night and never eaugni anv thing, which caused him to losl j confidence in hi.s dog. , i MEK'S SUITS Wool, no v Suits. Wool, now sl.l.HU Suits. iViO.dO Suit. All wool, now MENS OVERCOATS A WD RAIN COATS i?'lM Coat.s at . . .. '' AH .MI .. $14.48 $ 8.93 $ 7.98 " . -- ' v " Coats at j.10.00 Coats at 1.").0) .'rr : rFr.T.T'.': , jp '" . r $S 7 ' "'V ' ." '...,... , :.? '" . . 93 $7 48 , Vici Tan. Vici Tan, KENTUCKY .WOMAN, SUFFERER FROM STOMACH ILLS, QUICKLY RESTORED Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy. The first dose proves no long treat ment. Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy clears the digestive tract of mucoid accretions and removes poisonious matter. It brings swift relief to sufferers from ailments of the stomach, liver and bowels. Many declare it has saved them from dangerous operations and many are sure it has saved their lives. We want all people who have Gun Metal Gun Metal ' Ladies' Suits and Coats, all kinds c.n item at the and very lowesi prices. We have a lull i;, IV - rAHdrsu's Coats from $1.48 to $7.98. .t w inicaco Men's and Ladies' Heavy underwep .,,, rq 50c Under . .. i.uu wear 48c. ..; r.yisiar WE HAVE THE BF BUCKETS ." niankcts .ST UNE OF Wool Xap Blankets, $M All Wool P.lanket, jow $355 ; We have the best lur gus. Cm, i and ow -- .te. J. "?" ' M and Patent and Patent Mrs. i Belle HawkinsUses Mayr Remedy "Never Felt Better in My Life." - $1.50 to $3.00 a pair. $1.00 to $2.00 a pair You must see our smart boot for growing girls at $2.00, $2.50 and Kid or Cloth Top Patent or dull Kid. $3.00. Sizes 2 to 6 1-- 2, Phillips & Phillips Belle Hawkins, of Eminence, Ky., was a victim of stomach disorders. She took a great deal of treatment and medical attention. At last she tried Mayr's Wonderful Stom.ich Remedy and got real " results. In a letter telling of her experience she said : "I have taken all of the medicines I ordered of you and will say it has done more good than all the doctors and medicines I ever tried. I don't really think I am well. I never felt better in my life. If I ever should need any med icine 1 know where to get it". That is a typical letter, taken as one among the thousands from the users of Mrs. HLJ' CONDENS U ioiOroi:! "irGnW iSZ7?o np inuun P.MRHtMCY OF MoreywrWajlgjartos .glg&fiSS - National Bank a8E!SL.... SSTnUi- e. - chronic stomach trouble or constipation, no matter of how lbng standing, to try one dose of May' " Wonderfnl Stomach Remedy dose will convince you. This medicine so miinv nf nn-have been taking withsi-'Tho rrirte' !, suite j.. " cleanser ever sold. fn1 ! ift, 7 nP2ftnUC.ES $355,722.52 Lhi-and r: ,-- Capital Stock....ivw,wv.v- - here druggists Cl.l. t. by Penn ev ,rougb. system J ?! .'to- "? . PP vnrisins t now - bSK Rouse FeSS3lsSk colit.w..., 1.e00.00 10.176.26 2,017.50 y y 106,439.62 65.00000 $546,273.89 Cash and Bank medy i i7 .'b Drofi Store .w- -j jay- - "Wonder- -' w" .;, a. Biinni, v- -- jjukw ' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KEMTUCKV. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 24. 1914. 5. PRICE, 1 Vice President ALLEN HIEATT, Sec'y-Trea- s. WE once more solicit your business for our Warehouse in full for the season of 191 4--1 5. are better able to serve you than ever before. Our office and floor men are men of large experience in the loose leaf warehouse business. Col. R. E. Holland, "Dock' the celebrated Auctioneer, frill be with us this season. This will be good news to tobacco men every- where. "He gets the price." Our floors are equipped with the finest automatic scales in the county. Come and see them work. A mistake can't be made. OUR OPENING SALE, DECEMBER 2, 1914 Danville, Ky' Walnut Street Danville Tobacco Warehouse Company Incorporated aT Germans are preparing to another offensive movement launch jNLuuul' J. Farriss, oi' Danville, in France, according to all account- -, oll to Lor. .Mitchell ,of Uovliiijr but just here it is intended to strike '2 hoail id til ecu, oi the blow is unknown. FARM AND STOCK NEWS The liir-.e-yeai" PUBLIC SALE Vk Kneumatism sprains Why grin and bear all these ills when Sloan's Liniment kills pain? " I have used your Liniment say it is fine. I have used it throat, strained shoulder, and like a charm." Allen Dunn, "cmOh llainir cation. on I decid d to change my will offer at pu';!ic lo- KEURE1GN WEATHERPR00FS I Lumbago Sciatica and can for sore it acted Route 1, m A Box 88, Pine Valley, Miss. chen furniture, and other things Wednesday, November 25, 1914 at about 10 A. M. at the mansion loo nuiiKrou- - to mention. 0. ". WayiiBsburu, Ky. R. F. liou-- e of the late . A. Colic v. about SPEAKE 94-tNO. I j" of a mile from Me" Kinney offer for sale at public outW. C. Cuudiff cry to the highest and best bidder Dink Wilkiu-o- n. F. A. La ml. the real estate of which he died posiiHiMilllllRu flll'lB sessed as follows: THE LIBERTY LUMBER CO. on. The home place will be fir- -t ofLiberty. Ky. fered in three parcels and then a a C. U. Gymnasium Burns whole and that bid accepted which Manufactures o;" ami Dealers In Campbell, Florence, Texas. The new alumni gymnasium of lum All kind- - of rough and die-se- d realizes the greater sum. ; Central Cniver.-it-v at Danville was Fourteen acre.-- of the home tract ber, moulding and casimr .of all! : destroyed by fire at 5 o'clock Monseparated from the main body oi kind.--, ceiling, flooring and siding, day morning. The new building had .i.. i.l ..j-ii :i. i uv ai... i. me lu ine uiniiiitte ami iiu t ,au riaoes just been eompletd and would have joining nil lands Qf J. L. Reck and Cannot burn never leak look well and the Send us your orders for mill stuff j lietu throivn open for use this week. are inexpensive. They cover the best homes, Walter Jones will be offered first, ind framing. Prices and grades ehurchea. schools and public buildings all over jTiie building cost $40,000. The fire then the Huston tract of 40 acres' mu, ran teed. the country. originated in the basement, and there adjoining the lands of D. A. Baugh, For Sale by is considerable mystery about it, us then the balance of the home plaee. Greater New York Minstrels Coming .io fire had ever been in that part The home plaee will then be offered WILL STONE, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. nee and liotineiii are eonimg. of the building. The old gymnasium as a whole. A tract of 57 acres of AB Dealers 25c was destroyed by fire three years knob laud, adjoining land of Ora bringiug with them The Greater New Sead four cents ia stassps for a free TRIAL BOTTLE. j ago. The old Sayre library, PUBLIC SALE PUBLIC SALE adjoining Gooeh and the land of F. M. Ware, York All Star Minstrels composed ; the new DR. EARL S. SLOAN, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Dept. B gymnasium, also was des-- - George Moore and Charley Peck, will of thirty white artists of ability and will offer at my place, one miie troyed in the fire. then be offered as a whole anil by presenting the highest class minI will at 10 o'clock A. M ou ! sijith tiife strel performance of any company of 3 Kinney. Ky.. t the boundary. r,ow The attraction comes November 27, 1914 highest anil be.--t bidder on All of said laud is in Lincoln Public Auction pike far enough io take in 4 2 acres, i COMMISSIONER'S SALE from such at my j county, Kentucky and the home highly recommended The object of the sale is to satis-- ! j farm, two miles north November 28, 1914. On Monday, DfcC. 14. 1914 plaee is bounded on the north by the cities as Evansville, Terre Haute. Ft. Crab Orchard, Ky., ou the Laueas-- j j"tlsment of MeKinney Deposilj Iu obcdiem e to a judgment ef Lin- - j tjK. fU(,wiii"- d escribed property to lay on the premises, land of M. P. Hamilton and John Wayne and Indianapolis, Ind. Co . . , Count v (fuurt I coin Circuit Court rendered at ' l:i,k against liil'fc & Jotie.-- i.ir : Wit: two Uou-e.ami Jot.--. cii house, with flat above; L. Beck; on the east by the land of umbus, Toledo and Daytou, 0. They-. J ter pine, otier lor sale the toiiovmg: Xoveiabcr term 1914, in the action ' Vlln i per cent, intere.- -t from .July il busine.-- s ,. toek i el'One brood mare, bred: one mare mule I h'u.e ha four room, yowl r. mf !' 1Jlof Mi:linney Deposit Bank etc vs l.i.w..--- s,n" "'e judgment ol ISninc, - ainm street, atiintom; not an J. L. Beck and R. II. Cooper; on the carry a car load of scenery and li"u-- c. hen house, corn A superb band ami orchestra ' colt:" uair of vcarlinir mules: reirist-- i ,,:,ln' "'' ld water with bath. Half cash, bal-- ; "'OmMi by the land of D. A. Baugh f'eets. .. I . ' " Jfiffe tV .Jones, tho undersigne'I1"' Russell Springs for 5" "7 2 with " new i iory nou.-- e line cent, fio.ii .ink- - :iIl ind auce term- - to suit. Y K. WAKX'UR i and Walter Jones and on the west aim an mac u lake to limke a uumiure(j ljuroe Jersey boar: two thor- six iter Commissiiner will ou ct ater. goo,l j performance. The , ,. . J stand lorlUnv ,ce. line laud. Second j& CO., Stanford, Ky. e land of S. if. Owens and F. and pleasing costs. " Monday, Dec. 14, 1914 P H1,U.1 h orchard: ..f Greater ew York Musm-- will M. l are and containing about Tlu n'.tt be! t rcuistrv: ! .,,i ;,,;,,,., .(.,. i,,,!..,. ,, i rliret- in front of the court house door in j ...!. s. neion.-i- tl... mnneHr , i:..... ami .1... I; S'oit couguiu. I IT . ... . pear at the opera house on rnday,' Several ahoats, i nurac ..f ii . mmii xou racK me ine St.mford. sell at public outcry to the i ...... nruiL ut iiirce m j?Tiis ... .11 -. lung- iu oarreis ol corn; miiiic nayi room- -: nece-'-ar- y oiitouioliuu.- -: irM,i j aooui .. dwelling and Nov. 27th. 4... on ...lit ol "six monillThere is a four-rooand worry the body. t. ...a I.:..',.. iuiu l... t i i i ji ,," esi;nw cicuit i iiri implements, in ranlfii: tuo ami one-Iia- lt acres ot urai uiuuer in me oruei : Uonu.- - "With irooil security ""' .ii i fanuing i ..i.. i: IJOUEIIOUXD : SYEUP barn on the Huston traetaud a twd-tor- y lor pur- CtUOili; nauied o much oi iollownig proper-- ; . . ula- - hind alo household and kitchen fur- lUUIl UilUU, lUtlWUlg IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW frame house of seven rooms, ' ",!,-- e price will lie reijuircfl pav- - checks, irritations, heals the lungs .y as may lie nece-ar- v eiunc-- and rake: cultivator.-- , etc.; nit ure. F. F.. r.RAWXEI!, .McKmney, , . to pav the a ,ill' two barns two poultry house-- , eis . i i i six ana restores eomtortable breathing. Qll-- it pony saddle, new: lots, ot household Ky. luier e a.,M ?L00 l bottlc tern and other outbuildings on home! What a Help Of Happiness It Would o!.l7 one' black hore, 'eight-Vea- rI;0125 s"lui inculdinir kitchen steel ran-ze- : lvT ,h,U' aoijuug-,oi- .i Bring to Stanford Homes f0?"'room -- nits: oriran and other oy .mi-a- r, urug Muw, ftran plate. ol "" t.h- - !!,... ...... Uillllt O .- - . Notice to Hunters. fB t ..t ..r utii'ii I. The sales will be on a credit of meat and secured by lien. i ford and Lyne Bros., Crab Orchard, ! articles too numerous to mt'iitioi:. lot in IdcKiniicv. Lincoln count v, Hard to do housework with an i enWe. the undersigned, six to twehe months in canal irr The purchaser will be entitled lo ICy. jlade known on nay ot force the law ajrai::-- . agree to Kentucky, known a- - Oavid J)yer' . vestments. The purchasers will be aching back. j upon eomplviug with i lot. boiitn.ed on east bv Middleburg required to siive bonds for purchase j liring you hours of misery ,l sale. 0. W. Dl'RlIAM, Crab Orchard. trappers on our farms. Fox hunt" oC sale. E. D. PENNINGTON, PUBLIC SALE fll-and .MeKinney pike, -- oiith by V. X. krms L. C. C. injjr especially prohibited. All hounds price with good security, payable to leiuie or at work. M. C. 93-3O. & T.l' 11. II t o., north of property Joniid on our lands roaininu:. trciil-M'- j: Comnii.sioner, bearing six per cent; If women only knew the cause At my home place three and of Frank Hughes, containing 4 of! Hack! Hack! Hack! , or it: the chase, will be Important nides on the Liberty pike ou interest from date of sale, bavins:' that. - of land near an arc. 4 acrcMackache pains often come from! With raw tickling throat, tight j trespassers and treated ae- the force and effect of judgment' Beai Saturday, November 28,1914 t McKiniiev in Lincolu fount v. Ken- - . . , in mind that Chamberlain's chest, sore lungs, you nevd Folev's jcordingly. , weaic kidneys. . not only move the bowels I will offer for sale the following and secured by lien on land. Jioiei. '.vuinning on back line of lot n ....A .....lt uiiiiii-.-', u. nPUUIUATAU m. n l. n f i wiiiiiu u o. rl".......ly1 s.i n; iuiti.ii liAilfllil. U'AA Honey and Tar Compound, ami Win F.. AleAfee Nora E. Avers, appetite and 'ad improve the One team of work innle rcnninuiun. t. seven tA. oJ Singletons land, and,; -- trenjrtiien the dtu .,' itiAY 1 (livens. .Maurice Uivcu- -. Uoan's Kidnev I'ills are for weak quickly. The first dose heip estion. For sale vears old. Sale of Personality t Inn n.....rKisu r.mning toward .MeKinney and G. R.J.by all dealers , " itiHiini 1kI :h:j . ?uuuihk, itr.itiuir tttuus Isaac SOhelby. 3dissc Shelby. L. :. Kllllievti. tt fl. i...i 11 One ivpu tiling filly colt. ..J l Iny residents ol this vicinity en- - as it slide- - down your throat, you C. Bosley. H. P. Hawkins. I. S. a.,u nn,.,0iv t ... One yeai-liiijti.. hore. feel better at once. Every user is a j Tevis & Son. II. L. Ten-- . Joe. K. By GUARAIITEEn A One ouarlers of a mile from MeKinnev, lj dorse them. hore. ;'l have suffered intensely from; friend. For sale by all drusrgists. pn:ht, G. A. McRohcrts. Qn that Is told under a "Legal Guaraatee P II M , eii One p.xlra good brood mare, sev- - .jjjWednesday, November 25, 1914 kiAuvy complaints.." says irs A. j : . can yoa afTord to take chances against Bond." How years o ld. hog cholera frthalaitM remeay on such terms 7 j..tu uuk4uk mis rraecners me. iv. One drivinjr mare both marcs iu sell to the highest bidder the follow. i;nmueii, ot l Ji IWHMy Wlien I stooped, t could nanny j ing described personal propertv: foal to Jack. BHaranteed to cure prevent Is this a8JTemedleYfri)ut?R.that, the work better than any other known and hog cholera It remedy. If j J5 good yearling steers' two good straighten. Dark spots otton floated) One good milch cow. be sold on such a strong guarantee. At All It did not. it booklet tellln? how to save your bogs. cows, two yearling heifers, one aged before my eyes and my head pained j ; Two shipping cows. Draialsts. Wrfto fof BOURBON RKMElr COMPANY. Lexington. Ky. untiI J w,l!S raz.v- - A "ejrhbor o sorrel mare in foal to jack, one Five extra good forward calves. tol(1 Ine nbont "Doan's Kidney Tills j work mare, one eight-year- -J i 22 fat lingp., weight about 3.T) year-ol- d ; old work horse, one pair of three" imd l Sl hox- - took them accord-- j INDIAN REMEDIES . pounds. fjifr - 60 head of nice, S to directions and they helped me j year old horse mulesTwo three and waghav wide bis bum famous all orr the joung ewes and two bucks, five nice i'1'om tho iirst- - ! J,m "ow free tlomj ons. Mogul and Old Hickory. 'United States and Canada. ; eomjdaint." K5SivBP-meat hogs, 35 good shoats four Some household goods, etc. Coposed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and ''EIJMS IMade known on day of tra irood remstered Dnroe siw;. mm) Priee oOc. at all dealers. Don't Berries. For treataseat of Huww Diseases. wo sale. J. L. McKEE RIFFE, Huston-vill- e, Duroe boar, six nice yearling mules,! simply ask for a kidney remedy-tPurslcy's Indian Herbs 43 Days Treatment. $1.09 same mare mule colts, one splendid- - pet Doan's Kidney Pills the Ky. 94td. Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment 23c at rrs. Camden had. gelding, one coining Dakota Jack's Crcmc Soap, Price 10c. 3 bars 25c jack, black with burn Co., Props., P.uffalo, N. Y. j Irregular bowel movement lead to on sale at All chronic constipation and a eonstipat-- j vhite points, good size, fine style.1 DAKOTA JACK Shugars' Drug Stere, StanfwJ, Ky. ' Kegnlnte the bowels when tliey The Northwestern Cowboy ed habit fill the system with im- -j good foot and bone, a lot of Barred ORIGINATOR OP ail to lnoVe properly. HERBINE is Dakota Jack's Heaae Address: Atbwta, Ga. purities. HERBIXE it a great bowel Kock chickens, 12 barrels of corn in PURSLEVS INDIAN HERBS It admirable bowel regulator. field, a lot of good timothv and ii j regulator. It purifies the system, falfa hay, 100 bales of straw, about ' kelps tl,e Uvr and stomach and 0 , vitali.os tlie blood and puts the shocks of fodder, one Walter A. stores a fine feeling of strength and organs in fine and vigorous Wood binder in first class condition, buoyancy. Price 50c. Sold by Shug-on- e i condition. Price 50c. Sold by Shug- -' THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK champion mower, two hav rakes, :ns' t)rug Store, Stanford, and Lyne ars Dniir Store. Stanford, & Lvne - i Uros., trail Urchard. one Superior wheat drill with fertiliseHros. Crab Orchard, Ky. KENTUCKY. STANFORD. er attachment, two turning plows, TO THE PUBLIC in one disc harrow, and its predecessors is the oldest bank m Lincoln C. M'Clary represent the largest and best I a grass 'seeder, one cultivator, one county, has been in business for counclothing planter, one double A harrow, try Ed V. Price house in this & Co., Chicago, 111., e two wagons, one buggy, My experience in measuring and diFifty-S- ix one Fraier cart, one set of buggy recting the making of your clothes, INCORPORATED laso. harness, two sets of wagon harness, gives me the advantage over one who It is a member of the Federal Reserve Bank, and practical tailor. If you will and many other things too numerous is not a your order 1 will promise you give me protected by that powerful RESERVE SYSTEM. C1SH OPITiL, ME 11LLI0I DOLLUtS. mpnfinn Alert tinnsalinld and a square'Jeal. You will get the worth r of your money, either in ,the cheaper kitchen furniture. All money deposited with it is securely safeTERMS Liberal and will be made grades or the higher priced. My fall guarded and protected. Sixty-thre- e Years' Experience. At State Bask & Trast Ce. known on day of sale. Sale begins and winter line of samples aTe now UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEI ready for your inspection. Call and promptly at 10 A. M. MAKE THIS BANK YOUR BANK let me show you. H. C. RUPLEY MRS.; ELIZA COFFEY. Off let PhiM 117. Hum PkMt 31 The Practical TaHtr. T. M". Dunn, Auctioneer. STMIFOR0. KENTOCKV old -a- " I am a painter and paperhanger by trader consequently up and down ladders. About two years ago my left knee became lame and sore. It pained me at nights at times till I could not rest, and I was contemplating giving up my trade on account of it when I chanced to think of Sloan's Liniment. I had never tried it before, and I am glad to state that less than one 25c. bottle fixed me up apparently as good as ever." Charles C. Ii. C. Pepper, on the J. F. Cook l'nrni, east oi' Stanford, bought u d jai'k from good bone 31. IJ. Eubanks, oL' Boyle, this week " for fl")0. lliini' i'yi:t'-- r r.t Walnut Fiat, lias engaged to Jones & Cress, 10 head of fat hoys at a price around seven cents. They will weigh up averaging about 17o pounds, lie iias al-- o the .-:e lmr., three eal" es at ix ami a half eent- - a p.mnd. The cattle ami stock market at Lancaster Monday wab practically of any sort bedead, little live.-toing offered and lw trade.- -. There was a good crowd in town, as circuit and county court botli were three-ycr-olck go-m- i! fillies lor 1,101). COMMISSIONER'S SALE Saturday, Dece.t&r 5. a r.iv ;:acc at Jliiihiaml: en -- 1914 Uzr ?ev- - year-old combined .Jeiv.--y hor-- e: One cow: rour acau rcgisiorcu Sale Of Farm , iioir-- : A ii i i L lariaiuir n.ipie- ol . , , ,. , lu obedience to a judgment oi the .. tuit of V. A. Coffey's, llr " ,!on: ood liusrirv: plow.- -: was'n hai A.'Coffev's llrs. the undersigned i iie.--s, etc. One Oaar-Seo- tt -- e,ir.itor, Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at in good condition: One Ford autothe November term 1914 in the in good mobile, Coniiuisssioner will on A lot household and kitfive-pnssej-g- The practical Coat for Men Light Weight, Neat Appearing and Shower Proof. Price $5.00 to $12 W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. 5 haje: ef I three-quarte- rs d. SLOANS LINIMENT 1-. x-- -. FIREPROOF I ! -- J 1 '"'te. - 0 ... .. . ... . i am " -.: I 1 f. I 1 -- bu-in- 04-td- jy ! 2-j- k ap-!U- I I ",-iV- -- 1 4 ; -'-- -i -. .,.,'.'' m BAjL-LAllD- 'S ", 1 I ! - l'rru; "".- "v o'n J s i I b. F. -- 1- -2 -- ! I tm-icv- 1 -- s (l.-c- ar i. I - - t- - r L CURE two-yr-ai-o- viaft I ld -- ft-- s a Jt 12-,,n- Dakota Jack's , I Salin & Agents Ky. one-quart- er '"' B - Foster-Mil-three-year-- iwo-ycar-o- ld Smith Stanford, al-'a- re-20- '. ! J. one-four- th made-to-ord- er two-hors- Ytars ! 37 ' S 3r-- d? Ii