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"7 vr. ;t 4 YfewPI . ,. , Jg.jSkg V&frflfr Tk L J Prtets Mrc Farm Mew ami I k KmL7 More Farmer Tkam aay I OthMBfctxy Paptr im tkt State. ) 95. The Inte Stanfenl, COQK FOUND DEAD REVENUE DIVISION CHANGES w mwmrejp'j.mrlfTm:OK',?.k.-im- l W,.- :mJ";mm.SgTmmm'im. - " "A m''1 I " nH MP .wmmi IMI mar. .V .?5V-i MUm fi.?-iv . n Established IMQ-5- 5th Year N. LinotCjmr Sf ' ii. m.rtJ& dan nil j w ii ii Keinjwky Tututoy, Piemhir I, 1114. MEM0RIAL TO JUDGE, ALCORN WALTER CARSON hi ii r IS v,S r - r C a- aH Tuesdays mi Fridays t i S-, r . WANT QUARANTINE JOSH CATTf-- E pi- - HW C(Hk . Day AdtptMl By Stanftrd Bar At Spe Son of Well Known Colored Veteri- Madison and Estill Added to Deputy ' ThaksjivHH Last Week Sauflcy's District . cial. Meetkii Recently narian Has Sad End Damp Weather BHufs Wet Foot and Mouth Disease Is Found Case" and firtwers WM Smr Officials In Bourbon County On account of the great increase The State- - Prison Commissioners The following memorial was adopt The following beautiful welcome .Josh Cook, only son oi' Dr. John collece en the Market i ook, the Stanford colored vet" of duties placed on deputy Hard at Work and poem we're read by its talented ed )by the Stanford bar at its last gave Walter Carson, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Carson, of llustonville, tors by the war revenue, a new diJiiunriau. was found dead in the Bettie Buchanan, meeting, upon the death of the late a real Thanksgiving by granting authoress, deThe rains and damp weather o loft of a small stable, back of Wi. A. vision has been created by the , , upon the rccimt Home Coming cele- - Judge J. W. Alcorn: Cattle feeders of this part of the him a parole last week. The Frank- the past few days has been fine for fribble's furniture store on Main partment at Washington, by which state are much interested in the street early Friday morning:, ile had Deputy Collector II. R. Saufley, of brat ion held jit the Baptist church Since the last term of the. Lincoln fort State Journal said of the mat- tobacco, and the indications are that efforts which are being made to se- - videntlv been dead some liouis. 'Stanlord, is a beneficiary. His di- at Crab Circuit Court, 'the Stanford Bar, in ter: a great man; Lincoln county growT ,...,... a. I!f'l!ii, ., ill-- l , . , ,. ju.w.0 .' .m ................ iiw , i . ,uuu, vus ,. Walter Carson, a mail carrier, ors will soon have their crops ready l vision, known as the Third, formerly u Aljciik;x lie Friends witf.jgladly meet yau today the death of Honorable J. W. against Kentucky, an as far as jt iliggi.is, Jr., uiiutiii.u boy wno composed of the counties of Gar wlio was sentenced for life for killtlie colored .shipment of iat cattle from sections as you come'kome to the dear old corn, has been deprived of its ab- ing a man in Casey county about for market. work- - for .Mr. 'fribble, Higsim had rard, Lincoln, Pulaski, Wayne and Sales open at the Danville warewhere the foot and mouth disease McCreary, has been changed and church that has7been a silent senti- lest member. three years ago, will spend his houses Wednesday, Dee- - 2d. and locked a dojr up m the stable the has not yet appeared, is concerned. nijrht before and went to release ot it,jwl "i the iuture be composed ad nel to your p$uyer and struggles to His surviving associates to all of Thanksgiving a free man. Gover- aheady a number of wagon loads Quite a number of local feeders and g j the first named counties with the friend nor McCreary Wednesday approved have gone over. galling yoke ot whom he had been a he loosed s:w Cook's body. Clapped in one la. a. . ..1.. liitill t.k a... 'Ilia! Wlllli'. ' hand close to his tace, wa new Ijm. It was hee in tfiiisvchurch many and by all of whom he was held in his parole. A few weeks ago the n hand dition oi .Madison and Estill. The The first sales in this part of the thev are not lucouvemeueed as lon-'i- , kerchiet "beheld the 'glorious the highest esteem, adopt this mem- Governor commuted Carson's sen- state o far reported were made to as if he had '.been inhaling division in this district i now Pulus the present brand of weather some driiy from it, and nearby was aski, Wayne, Medea ry, Wayne and tence to 2 to 21 years for man- W. P. Kine-n:d-, the local tobacco exprc&cnce of amoving Father as with they will be up against found county tender pity Be spoke words that orial in honor of his memory. slaughter, making him eligible now pert. This week Mr. Kincaid bought with the label, Miitley. the last named a small bottle James Walker Alcorn was born. for parole by limitation of the minit" should real winter weather set a red one, denoting poison, torn coming off of the division under made you a tuew - creature. And toa 10,000 pound crop of F. M. Ware, in for a spell. supervision of Deputy Co- day this llo Coming is intended near Peyton's Well, in Lincoln imum sentence. Carson is steward rear MeKinney, at 11 2 cents y...,. .... oiKa off. Testimony was introduced at the ,. pi... .. . : the inquest before Coroner Jbdmis- - llector Bowling, of London, and will to draw you'jfiarer to God, nearer county, Kentucky, July 21, 1838-- , of the Reformatory hospital. His He says that Mr. Ware's i 31. James has been solicited by Com- .. -v that he had been seen very be presided over by Robert E. Jon to His church, hearer to one end died in Stanford, Kentucky, friends said that he had been threat- crop this season is one of the finest "Sj ev- J. . nussioner ot Agriculture ,, ' drunk the day before, having come lin, of Somerset. The change i no ever saw. rrom James isiuuer, , as one great xanuly rcuuion. June 28, 1914, having spent the ened by the man he killed. x' kJ1TXI1.bJ. J. I .! LVlTX.lIIl IU lilC c 11I.IU. 7 iiinw imiiiiiiif gratifying to Deputy Saufley, be" Von will . .. in from I ii'iiii mill i;ii i ..near MeKinney, Kincaid bought J fidelity whole ot' his useful life in the counagaiiireney your . vr w.....'. Vfc li. li..ti.. ttl i tram, ami he was .ll..... lv. ii WIDENS ITS OPERATIONS 3,000 pounds at 10 cents; from L. saiu to have been cairsp of the fact that the old divi- - to caeu other, forgive every mis- ty of his birth. .... , a. . . I a. i .. l .. aa t .1 me A eilffilWll' TVaal.l lll'la- - Vlllalf. f ion wa- - n lame e was Kent on tne taken grudgiSyou may have been P. Weaver, of the Hubble section, he ', . i ' After receiving his education at have the ban raised. on . uoninfected' ..,. . , . uuiT brought in a erdict according-- 1 httxtlo all the time, with .scarcely holding against some member and Centre College, which institution Lincoln Co. National Bank Te Ex- got 2,500 pounds at 10 cents; and j His father is one of the best a breathincr spell, tend Business Under New Law from W. S. Weaver he bought let joy and ftlce come into your afterwards conferred upon him the ,,Dffrn(lJ where fat cattle to the value oi.;. , ,, n pounds at 10 cents, paying Iic& and abided This is the place to degree of LL. D., he began at the iar MOO ' !. li.iivti tlion irft ' J I'il .:n tin.-- , part of the state Eads Godbey three cents for damaged weed. which we caiifeoine when trouble age of 20 years, the study of law At a meeting of the directors of shipment on contract. In the tele- us, .when we are weary, in Stanford under the tutelage of the Lincoln County National Bank Tlie marriage of Miss Saru Zulu oviu'takes gram Mr. Newman and W. A. Bur- - j THE WAR SITUATION JESSE HAYS PLAYS HERO and saddened by his distinguished kinsman, the late hi't week, E. C. Walton was electKads, of lltistonville, to Prof. Steu- discouraged, nett, president of the Louisville Live ben Godbey, of Bristol, Tenu., was the pitiless knocks of the world. JSo Col. Thomas P. Hill, and was li- ed a director to fill a vacancy on fetock Exchange, uho also signed . Germany acknowledges that the Catches Chickef Thjef gnd Taes solemnized Thursday morning at place can off eg the balm we neea censed to practice in 1838. He was the board. No better selection could Russian Northern army has sa that it is imperative that the, .. it. B,rfl AWay frm M,m cattle" be moved. The foot and mouth' ten o'clock at the home of Dr. 31. D. to we instinctively turn to home as immediately taken into partner- have been made. The bank is preinto Prussia to a distance of l.arly, pastor of the Baptist church, the one place infill the world wheie ship by his preceptor and about the paring' to enlarge its business oper- fifteen miles southwest of Gumbin- , . .,.,. ,, ... T , .. disease exi-t- s in counties adjoin- ijig rooi Joun ivenneuy, Known of Stanford. The house was aitis-tical- we can be sureof a welcome that same time appointed blaster Com- ations, under new powers granted nen, which is about twenty miles 114: those where the fattened cattle as Jolm Engleman,. a sometimes, decorated with huge white will banish gloom and our sorrow missioner of the Lincoln Circuit it under the new banking law, and west of Germany border. In Belare located, the telegi adds, and inlocal neirro, wa caught comu chrysanthemums and ferns. A most is like a dream forgotten. Such Court. In September 1802, gium, says the French ,rr unless they are inov ed at once they, state.. . 'Mr. Al- is making a most important and , out ot W . B. McKinuey s cineKen appropriate selection was softly and should the clturclf be to us, and to- corn enlisted in the Confederate Ar teresting announcement in today's ment, it is the allies official Uiay become infected and not the of the I. J. This progressive Germans who are now ou the ofmy as a member of the cavalry, ..m Jiottse with a big, fat hen under his sweetly rendered on the piano by day we will sin'jf'together, pray .iMti.ft mifiiittiii.i fik u :um Saturday niuht by Jesse ilavs, 31iss 3Iary Farly during the cereinstitution has enlarged its adver- fensive. These two points and be joyful in the Lord. commanded by Gen. John H. MorJ, , , irom one ot the ., Federal live stock Mr. Mulvinuey's " stood out , colon will in neiper. ami mony. A most impressive ceremony Some faces armissed, some voic- gan and followed that daring leader tising space in the I. J. I .i Vl IC C aSllV'a. I ll'lll t today's news from the battle" keep the publie informed of its ? j ye ashea' by the Department of stands a good chance to go back to was pi-- i formed by Rev. Albert 3Iad-do- es silrnt, who helped celebrate last until his capture fields of Europe. on the famous ," . pen where he served a term in this church, Ohio raid. After that he was con- plans and purposes for enlargement by Dr. Home Coining of llustonville, assi-te- d The German official statement Agriculture to appropriate $2,000- - the ,- , , ' Early. Those accompanying the bri- - and who can sayhow many are to- fined for awhile as a prisoner of and betterment of its business fa- says that strong Russian forces at000 with which to cany on the liuht . 7.? Hays jrrapmed with To. root and fay Big tempted a surprise attack on the . pait, ljo tored here were day living and participating in this war. He did his share in achieving cilities. against the loot and mouth took the hen away from him. The i-s lame i.ads, siste ot' the bride, Home Coming .set vice ere another for Morgan's cavalry its enviable fortifications request ot beaator James of Darkehmen, in JUMBO negro had killed her when he pluck 3lr. Alucr Weddle and Rev .Maddux.; rolls around may kenter another (East Prussia, and that they were place in history, while in the milatid Representative R. Y. Thomas, roost, llavs sttusht him The bride is the youngest daughter home to spend eternity, either in w Mrs. Thomas L. Terry, of Lud- repulsed. . itary service Mr. Alcorn attained Jr., the Department ot Agriculture ed her off a information y the arm and started toward the of 3lr. and 3Irs."John W. Eads, of joy too great tq be described or in , f its the rank of adjutant and assistant low, . spent Thanksviving with her from Petrognid is- that operations at Washington ha- - ordered house with bun, but "Big Foot llustonville and her lovable person- - horrible despair. ,one united band adjutant general. parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Terry, along the Prussian front are turnresentatives 111 Barren couutv to!. jerked loose and ran down the creek ! ality has won for her universal fav we gather here today to show our ing to the advantage of the Russispare, at Jeast for a time, the lives When the cause for which he at this place. of 400 blooded cattle on the farm ; toward town and has not not been or in her community. She has many .eal for God, oulove for one an fought was lost he resumed the pracFj. M. Howard has been called to ans, and that the Germans are re- -, since. of J. 31. Richardson and Gen. Wood seen a warrant 3Ir. MeKnineywill sivore accomplishments, one being her other, and our remembrance of the tice of law in Stanford in partner- London to the bedside of his father, tiring in disorder. have sweet voice with which she often many spiritual blessings that come ship with Col. Hill for him and out Meanwhile the great battle in that had been condemned to be and tliis was one who has been ill for some time-- . him prosecuted to the full extent of delighted her hearers with solos in into our souls wl'tile gathered here , .. ii.- .1 .I.... 1 I the leadingfirms in this section unguest visited Jiusssian Poland between the Vistu-- " A verj unwelcome j the law it the officers can ,. catch the different churches of her home from time to time. We know that til its dissolution in 1887. After , fence ot the hoof and mouth se , that the smokc-hojis-e of Mr. Horace la and Warta rivers, continues withnun. .jesse iiavs i nemg compliment. town. She is a graduate s, of the some time another .Home Coming he practiced alone. , in that locality. These animals -will .; Floyd Saturday night, taking with out definite Tesult. The German " . ,V j - - lime. eu on all sides tor the valor nd llustonville High School. The groom awaits us if we :itit1ifully? perform i. As 3 lawyer, Mr. Alcorn easily him, with the exception of two War Office states that the Ruk& uv i.ir an mueiiniie A! a result of an inspection Sat- nerve he displayed in the affair, is the joutigest son of 3Ir. and 31rs. our mission here. IntoVa home ranked with the very best. Possess- pieces, a whole hog, that had been ans were defeated in a battle south bf the Vistula, and that 400 men urday by S. 3L Bond Government j '"Big Foot'' was seen in Richmond K. J. Godbey, of Hustomille. 31r. where no sin ca enter, a home ed of a high order o .intellect,-- an. lolled tha evening. Saturday. ,by.f he,4)res-enc- e analytical mind, imerring judgment); were captured. Further sooth, Godbey is principal of Preparatory made gloriously inspector attached to the Louisville, Whihj climbing upon his house to 'sor- a fine sense "of justice, a. coajpre- of God. No tylhr, Department and Commercial School the Russians are said to station, thirty head of cattle be-- 1 . tlie Hamj-j- . that had Postmastership Again ai-hai .jaxehid . of King CoKege, of Bristol. He is a row for death i&fMfk&3fi&f&!&.-ings- , lifci.si l&& SaCi-iaK-aitlonging to l J. Mulett. a farmer. The t Serea t.iH caughtln tlie roof. t t ii il. ifc J "Wilder begun the siege of the city. .i,iv.v v''- - tit T J3,mlu tue aSea aGmo' "radui'te of Centre College, of Danno troubles "h Home Coming bounded energy he took high rank in near Pari- -. Ronrbon m,,ntv. fell and dislocated his shoulder. Dr. found to be infected with the foot erat of Mdtoon county, who made ville and Bowling Green Business so beautiful that it cannot be pic- his profession from the first and Singleton as called immediately. Ho I " " Tmuu . the German and mouth disease and were ordered a PtaUon m 1890 when he was University, which have conferred A. tured and there we shall abide not increased in efficiency until the is gettuig along nicely but it will be i or. Loiiunn. Br.van cloctor ehosen 31. and Ti. L. B. degrees upon him. a dav, but an eternitv. And may last. array-- which struck at the Russian killed and a nunnintine ordered the oul-- v sometime before he will be able to from Kentucky, was in Stanford; Thev took the train here immediate this .v.,; l 4i.a. Ann..!- e i.., center, would be able to extricate Home Coming Day find Conspicuous among his many no- be out again. (All IUlllk-ilill'LL 1.L1I.I. Illll. till , aiat week to sce Congressman liar- - !Mv . itself and fall back to the border tlle f.el.c.,nonv or Biir Stone .ach of us in bright array. ble traits of eharaeter was his uniorder was received from Louisille .. "At Xl . IT t The New Bethel singiug class without a disaster. The Russian arrescinding the order directing tlie ve neuu WIUl reference 10 me ap- - Gap YlXf where thcy wiU slJon(1 May we before our Savior stand form kindness of heart which was went up to the Miracle school house my operating from Lod is striking pointment of a postmaster at Beieu.j "will iro to Bris-3idays Tllen they countv livestock inspector to hui!rli-tWith not one missing from this not of the mere passive variety Sunday afternoon where a singing a hei'v blow at the main German w'jU Smith said that he is first fori toi rc thev the thirty head, of stock. He was confined to emotions of sympathy, KOn iluu&e-Jiis being conducted by Mr. Young, of force, but it is probable that some Early, next for Mrs. Laura keoping. The leision of friends of band, to hold them reuispection by told Who Lave gathered here to sing but always took a conciete form. Mt. Moriah. ,.,. Jones, but admitted that he had; this li.n.i.v time must elapse before this phase .nnnln V,.t. vim..l The money value of the free serffici.ils. thice f'Vdf-- il .....w and pray beou unable to ascertain who would good wish to them. Mr. Ike Terry is building a nice, of the campaign in the East is Senator J. N. Camden left Frank- And celebrate Home Coming Day. vice rendered by him to the indigent 11 throughout a long and active prac- new residence on his farm where he brought to a close. fort 3londay for Washington to ne ulL' congressman B cuoice in me This is Home Coming Day According to the French official Williams Bethurum make an eflotl to Lvc ome means maiter tice would amount to a handsome had a house to burn last summer. And with words of loving cheer the German forces in M. II. Mason, F. V. Curtis and statement, adopted whereby a half million competency. Judge Leonard W. Bethurum, of We welcome you dear friends both Miss Anderson Entertains dollars' worth of fat stock in KenTo the young lawyer, generally Miss Ottie Curtis weic in Stanford! Lelgiiim aie on the defensive and County 3It. Vernon. formerly young and old the allies Iu:ve made pi ogress "at Miss Hester Belle Anderson en- tucky, unexposed ro the foot and at a loss'when called upon for a last Wednesday. Judge of Bockcastle county, sur- - With open arms we meet ou certain points."' Fish ting continues ' application of his theomay be shipped to tertained a number of her friends prised his friends thioughout thir- tncttth disease, practical Silas Blaekabv and family are With loving smiles we greet you ....1-I., 1 a..." f. .... kc. n t imoerstoou uie -- .... ne rri.--s . ..:,.:...- - ....... ,;.,, r...., .,. w section of the State Wednesdav by With retical Icnowledsre. he was ever the guests of his parents, Mr. and in the Argonne, where, the French pian - "is songs of cheer we treat you statement asserts. Herman attacks vrter many mieresimg games quietly slipping into Loui-iviil- e will prio-- . mw H. to haw it -- u)- Ten. ready to lend a hclpiiur hand, fco Mrs. R. P. Blaekabv, and On this Home Coming Day. were repulsed. pcl i.ndei Goxernment inspection in were enjoyed the hostess and Lynn becoming a benedict. The bride was This is Home Coming Day matter how greatly engrossed he WillioMiraelo is home from TenThe Pence led the way to the dining of the German scaled cars. might be in his own affairs and was nessee where he has been workimr. 31iss 31attie B. Williams also of To God the Righteous One Pacitie fleet, of which little has been room where the guests were served 3!t. Vernon. They were married in Who has guarded us with tender ever to him an invaluable guide and Miss GeoiL'ia Flovd. of Geneva, beard simc it sank the British Harris Coleman Stars in Big Game refreshments, which consisted of a the parlors of the Seelbach hotel by friend. His career as a lawyer is spent Sunday with her care, sister, cruiser Good Hope and Monmouth worthy of emulation on nciounti The University of Virginia foot snJl course, hot chocolate and l.'ev. E. L. Powell. Judge iSethuriiin And Sutton, here. shielded us from Satan's snare well off tiie coast of Chile nearly rt present were, 31iss hall team won the annual game from wafers. Those of his proficiency in the profession, Miss Julia Williams visited J. II. month ago, has become one of the u:n "u"u t..:.i a 1. ...,.,. is one of the best known Republican We render heart and soul in prayer of his high sense of h nor. his y ime-suot --Nortn Carolina at "."' ".im" Politicians ill Eastern Kentucky, and On this Home Coming Day. Ifichnamd, faithfulness to his clientage, his Newell and family at Middleburg ou mysteries of the war. Disimtelies a.. Thanksgiving and 3hss Ihelma Francis, Clem Hill. was n.my eais, sttl, fvntral Com- - This is Home Coming Day , ..... .. ..... n,,. . A,wir.o Wl from Montevideo again report that Traet .i a uniform courtesy and aid to bench last Sunday week. ""'Bm Tuitteemau from the Eiirhth District Kw hunt your old family seat oiy iiarns coeman, "'" Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McGuffey, of this fleet is now in the South Atson cl 3Ir. and Mrs. C. R. Colema- n- "Wcsterfield, 3Iiss Ida Pettus, Lynn when Rockcastle was in this dis And live and his un flagging zeal once more the joyful days and bar, W:yuesbuqg, spent Thanksgiving lantic, with a British fleet near by, f''aee. 3Iis Nancy Hunn, Tildcn trict. The couple left Louisville im- - j v.as one of the bright particular energy. When here your proclaimed the and As a citizen he was of the high- with the hitters iter, Mr. Horace although it was said last week to stars. A Virginia paper, in its write- - Cooper. .Miss Katherine Harris, fgo medi.'tcly alter the marriage for praise have remained off the Chilean up 01 the game, said this of his Perry, 3liss Sarah Cormney, Scott the East, and on their return to Kentvpe and always took a leading Flovd. Of Him who still directs your ways est coast. British and Japanese uavuf Hamilton, 3Iiss Josephine Beazley, tucky will plaviu"; part in all steps for developments. reside in 31t. Vernon, your heart with d coughs that resist squadrons hae been scouring; the "The one great and outstanding "William Pepples, 3fiss 3Iary Beck, where the bridegroon is a leading at- Your life, and fills Both county and town owe him no songs star of the linesmen who played on William Reiuhart, 3Iiss 3rargtterite torney. The bride is a sister of .Mrs. On this Home Coming Day. small debt of gratitude for many ordinary remedies recjuire both es- - seas for we?Us for the Germans. the two elevens, was Coleman Pra-t- Lynn, Heath Severance, 31isS Eliza- - B. J. Bethurum ot Somerset while of their mo'st valuable improve- - temal ami internal treatment. If Home Coming Day in fairer Clime GENEVA be- - you beth Carter, Joe Grimes, Wiss Allie buy a dollar bottle of BAL- lieally unheralded, tlie Orange and the groom is the brother of Judirr- W'll come o one and all some time ments. In his young manhood he Mr. Baker Walls died at his Russell Fish, Craig Fish. 3Iis.s Car- Blue left guard made a reputation SYR FT member of the Presbyterian .. g;.,,..... m" B. J. Betuuruiij, and both nave And in that blessed home on high, came a and led an earnest and con- LARD'S the HOR'EIIOUND you need home m MeKinney Sunday at wo 1. ... ;inuseii. you get two remedies jor ... . ..n ..luul win .. ... among ;..- n.,.;o on-rchurch vmiu.. iz rami Tinrnln wno will fnomk .. o'clock after two weeks illness of M..r,.f nfofi.a..... v.n xit.nn, i many heartiestincongratulations. nv "Where is no death, nor teai'ful eye, sistent Christian life. -'S "-.i. for the price of one. There is a itie ui'M ol me country. "suin Parrish. E. C. Anderson, tend We'll clasp once more in fond emRED PEPPER POROUS typhoid tlux. Everything was done can Quaiter Back Emmons, of 3ii.ss Ruby His demise has left a vacancy in brace loving hands could do but God Priiuetou, who played on the same Miss Carrie Anderson. II. S. Anderthe ranks of the Stanford' Bar that PLASTER for the chest, free with that Dixie Rook Club Onr loved ones who have won the knew best. We are thankful to know tcam with the great Princeton All- - 01 Miss Geneva Price, Frank Cor- it will be hard to fill and has like- each bottle. Sold by Shugars Drug "race The Dixie Rook Club had its last dier and Littleton Cook Warren, & Lyne American guard, Duff stated after Bros. that he said in his last days that wise deprived the community of one Store, Stanford, he was willing and ready to meet meeting with 3fiss Levisa Harris at And gained the goal for which they of its most useful citizens and one Crab Orchard. the game that Coleman was the strove his Savior. He leaves a wife and her country home near Hubble. The Ed Walton Back Home best guard that he had ever seen inj who was admired and respected by ' five children to mourn the loss of uniform and he voiced the opinion E. C. Walton, who has made his weather was the worst of tre sea- While battling for the God they love all who knew him. We hope that his NEWS OF CHURCHES a dear husband and Ioing father. of many football experts who saw home away from Stanford for abyu,. son, but made the occasion all the And tears shall all be wiped away; likdness will soon be placed in the Large crowds continue to attend Much sympathy is felt for the heart j more On Heaven's sweet Home Coining eujoyt-blafter getting ther. , five years, sold ont his interests in Coleman nlay. ' court room with our other illustri" the revival services at the MethoDay. broken family. last!0nly two members were absent, 'a daily paper at Orlando, Fla., ous dead. dist church, and all are enjoying Miss Laura Murphy, wno has t!ieir places being filled by Mr. Peeple Push Pike Pulaski week and came back here to rest up; the able presentation of the Word been in Illinois for the past four Herbert Bailey, the well known ana iuiss ousan Mrs. Harrison's Lecture With 20,000 appropriated by the J while before engaging in business n"un oauxiey by Rev. Clark. . oous. j ears has returned to make hep mosi ueuguiLui saiau auto expert, has accepted a posiStat- - and $12,000 by thePuiaski asrain. He is accompanied by 31rs. Dr. M. D. Early, pastor of the home with her brother. Mrs. Ida W. Harrison of Lexing. was served at the conclu- - tion with Herron's garage at LanCounty Fiscal Court, a committee Walton, and they are being given a ton, an etifhusiast(c club worker, Baptist church, went to Louisville Mr. Nick Austin has gone to ' beaded, by Dr. Ernest Parson and cordial reception, lr, ualton says iv.ou oj. uie game, aim w . vjt. onui.i caster. delivered a very earnest and help- Monday to attend a meeting of the Tcinuessee for his health. Joseph Gibson, of Somerset has tb.at business is booming in Florida, and 31rs. S. 3L Saufley won the ful address on ''Social Hygiene' at I'oreigu Mission Board, of "which he Mrs. Lizzie Francis, of Rowland, Sick Headache stalled out to raise the remaining but Kentucky is God's country and highest score, not losing a game. the Club Rooms, Wednesday, Nov. is a prominent member. attended the burial of her brother, Sick headache is nearly always $8,000 by popular subscription and be doesn't intend to leave it again December 6th will be Baker Walls. THE Lincoln County National caused by disorders of the stom- 25. Mrs. THarrison is an eloquent Sunday, assure the construction of a model soon, Bank advertises some new features ach. Correct them and the periodic speaker of national reputation and Roll Call Day at the Stanford Baphighway north and south across those who failed to hear her truly Pulaski county from Lkcoin to Ifrs. McClain's Experience With in this issue. attacks of sick headache will dis- missed a treat. She has a number tist church. Also a report of the work Wheezing in the lungs indicates during the assoeiational year will be that phlegm is obstructing the air i CrtUP appear. Mrs. John Bishop of Rose-villthe Wayne county lines. HORE-HOUN- D of relatives in town and was enter- made. All members are urged to be passages. BALLARD'S Ohio, writes: "About a year "When my boy, Ray, was small Chamberlain's Cough Remedy The bv Mrs. Wm Severance. tained SYRUP loosens the phlegm present. Mothers' Favorite BALLARD'S he was subject to croup, and I was ago I was troubled with indigestion take Children so that it can be conghed up and '"I give Chamberlain's Cough Rem- and had sick headache that lasted nORHOUND SYRUP willingly be- - always alarmed at such times, Sick Tw Years With Miflestien Heartbnrn is a symptom of in- ejected. Price 25, 50c. and $1.00 cause it tastes nice. There isn't a Chamberlain's Cough Remedy prov- - edy to my children when they have for two or three days at a time. I digestion. Take a dose of HERBINE per bottle. Sold by Shugars- Drug 'STwo years ago I was greatly better remedy ajy where for chil- - cd far better than any other for colds or coughs," writes 3Irs. Verne doctored and tried a number of - this trouble. It always relieved bira Shaffer, Vandergrift, Pa. It always remedies but nothing helped me un- benefited through using two or three in such cases. The pain disappears Store. Stanford, & Lyne Bros., dren's coughs, hoarseness and bronchitis. Jt's a good medicine and ouicklv. I am never without it in helps them and is far superior to til during one of those sick spells bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets," instantly. The bowels operate speed- Crab Orchard. easy to take. Price 25c, $50c and the honse ,for I lonow it is a posi- - j any- other cough medicine I have a friend advised me to take Cham writes Mrs. S. A. Keller, Elida, ily and you feel fine, vigorous and the Miss Lucy $1.0 per bottle. Sold by Skmfare' five cure for croup," writes Ifrsffc used. I advise anyone in need of berlain's Tablets. This medicine re- - Ohio. fBefore taking them I was cheerful. Price 50c. Sold by& Shug- truest of her Lee Walton, k Lyle Lyme indigestion.' ars Drug Store.-- Stanford, cobm, Miss Drug Store, Stanford, k lijmt R. McClaia, BUirgville, Pa. For such a medicine to give it a trial." lieved me in a short ime." For sale sjck for two years with Cooper. 'Bros., Crab Orchard. . Sold by all dealers, Bros. Crab Orckard. J For sale by all dealers. sale by all dealers. Sj all dealers. LIFTED ON FAT ..M. FREED KINCAID 1UYS FOUt NICE TOIACCf CROPS Lwctta County Bey Given a Real il -- l m. ., -- Orrd: i t I A r& vi i life-lon- ' ' ireail, I 1-- a- t" l. V an-oth- er, 4 I . a 1 ...... 1 a . J 1 ... -- -- -. M.... ..w ..., 1 ,,,,, " 2,-5- 00 I 41 r-k ti'-ted eue-trat- ed ly to-uetl- ier ue 1 1 Y ad x, ify -- .... i di-ca- se. i- -t- Semi-offici- al - 4 di-ea- ..... u 1- j.- J i i. ' biht a, mi r' r. . t. tK?no l e' eu.iisji ?. Cr-ioo- 1 -- J TT.V gi-jin- d ai-tei- A " ,. er r. m fr ; - i- -. -- -- t- 1 .- .. I ... .,...... -. Mr-Mac- k i..ki - tk ,:. ' "-on- """". Deep-seate- i- ii.. ..-- .. ..., - . r-..,- .i xiii-Am- en -"- HER-KICK- . e e, "" - - t. L r - v - b2fcl: S'Wv.t ' m jj.. .' i . '!tV- - S?i - , , ..rv - ' ' w . " : r -- a T? .i " 7 CA .. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCY. TUESDAY, DECEMBER lt 1914. The Interior Journal FALL HONEY FROM BEE ASTER Or "Bee Weed'' The Federal Reserve Act Increases the Powers and Privileges of SHELTON M. 8AUF1.EY Proprietor Its Excellent Qualities and Care fl A TEAS BTttlCaXiY IN ADVANCE m Entered, t the postoffice at Stanford tecond clots mail matttr. NATIONAL and by special permit member EXECUTOR, BANKS POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Interior Journal is authorized to announce the following candi- banks may act as TRUSTEE, ADMINISTRATOR or REGISTRAR and may also dates for office, conduct a SAVINGS DEPARTMENT When the necessary refutations are prepared by the FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD the -- Lincoln County National Bank will qualify to act as TRUSTEE, EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR or REGISTRAR. It has already established a SAVING DEPARTMENT and will now pay 3 Per cent, on time deposits under the regulations of FEDERAL RESERVE ACT. The Landis Christmas Savings Club Mill start December 1st and will bear 3 per cent interest for 1915. Lincoln County National Bank "Corner Next to Court House" Stanford, Ky. Exchange Corn for Meal We are grinding corn now. For one bushel of corn, we give you in exchange 47 pounds of bolted meal. If you are not already one of our ex- 'customer. change customers we want you for a customer. Courteous and prompt attention to every PHONE 11 J. H. BAUGHMAN & GO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY Attention drought benefited by the shower and soon grew up and was also very eagerly sought after by cattle before the stalks became too woody. By September 10th it had begun to blown and by October the fields in Stale Senator Charles D. Arnett, many places resembled a field afof West Liberty, Magoffin county, ter a snow. Meadows, pastures, .s the first candidate to announce com fields, orchard, and all uncultiagainst Col. W. P. Walton, of Lex- vated and waste land had their ington, but formerly of Lincoln, quota. Some farmers do not like tor the democratic nomination for this plant while others claim it is a Secretary of State. Arnett is a nice help as cattle relish ic and it cerbellow, but he'll find that he's up tainly is a restorer of gullied land against a buzz saw this time, for and waste places. Like sweet clo fair. The country newspaper boys ver it is making friends everyover the state are lining up solidly where. The aster is the "or Col. Walton, and when they friend because it comes into bloom set their heads, they generally get ing at a tune when the bee hives vhat they want. Get busy and keep are depleted of their stores, the v alton s i busy, you rural roosters. summer honey having long since TwiL-.111,1 1ii .. mn- ltLbeen removed by the apiarist. Even jority the bigaest for any candidate with colonies on the verge of starvain the primary. tion, if the working force is of sufficient strength and the weather it will be only a comparaJim Stears, of the Nichol-asvil- le Editor tively s.hort time till the brood ne:?t wants to be News, IS tilled with sutlicient stores to of his town, the Lexington savs. St cars has "fit, bled and last till May when spring flowers died1' for Congressman Helm in his will secrete nectar and attract the workers. It! campaigns and deserves his endorse- attention of the bn-ment. Some politicians have a mighty weather conditions continue favorhowever, wnen it able, the bees will store surplus short comes to rewarding their friends, j honey in the super, or surplus hon-al'tthe election is over and theyjey receptacle. This is commonly by southern peoare safely ensconced in office for called a another term. Let"- see how is will ple. The fall honey stored this season is a nicer quality than we have work out in this case. ever seen for fall honey. The The best argument for woman's drought kept smartweed down and suffrage we know in Kentucky is a very small crop of smnrtweed tastiing, bitMrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, is she bliom kej.t much stnmg not doing more for Kentucky than ter flavored honey out of the hives, The beautiful aster honey is equal any man in the State? Elizabeth-toAv- n to white clover honey for whiteness Stewart News. Does Mrs. right to vote, Brer Som-mer- but candies very quickly with the want the coming ot cold weather. Some peoWe've never yet heard ple who have a limited experience that she does. with honev think it is ruined uher. ii nr .. .i.i .. it eanuiesueimg.lL a uii OR NOTES -"bee-keeper's Democratic 1915: For Circuit Judge C. A. HARDIN, of Mercor county. CHAS. C. FOX of Boyle county. For Commonwealth's Attorney E. V. PUR YEAR, of Boyle County. K. W. KEENON, of Mercer county. subject to the August, primary in This fall the fields in inost localities in Lincoln, Garrard and adjoining counties and probably most of Central and Western Kentucky were in part or entirely covered by the plant commonly called ''Bee Aster." During August copius rains came relieving1; the discouraged farmers, by finishing up the corn crops and by causing an abundant pubkurage oj. xiue grass. uv 'w plant which had been stunted by the A Man's Best Shoe We told you recently of our Shoes for mud and sticks and stones Shoes for the out door laborer. Now we want to tell you about what some people say is their BEST SHOE or. Sunday Shoe-Sh- oes to shine. Men, according to their ability to pay or disposition to dress have many different ideas of their best shoes and so we try to keep them to suit you all. In CHEAP SHOES we can show you a splendid shoe, black or tan in button or lace at ft looking $2.50 and $3.00 Next conies the WALK-OVEthe popular shoethe most extensively advertised shoe in the world at R, $3.50, $4.00 $4.50 and $5.00 ! '.,.. - n JPwVfiR re HBH. 4EL S.HW v all leathers, all colors, in regu far lace, blind eyelets or button then the NETTLET0N. the master shoe of them all. Regular tops and bottoms in $6.oo Extra heavy three full soles to heel $6.50 fa-orab- le, H. J. McROBERTS SUGAR GROVE y er " - Hubbard of Stanford a revival at Pine Gruxe an.! is having ioud attendance. Mrs. Andrew Owens, of Corbi::, is isiting relatives heie. Mr. Silas Daon has returned home from Illinois to spend tne winRev. At lie we nave a razor good enough to Guarantee for Life s? any-whe- ie TOBACCO r Ladies ! rt ll alllVl tl JJUU Ui Hclld tU FOR EDUCATION by freezing. Some prefer the canto any other died honey of the This College Will Take Notes or To- honey. All honey produced in Kenbacco to Educate Young Men for tucky will candy, excepting the Success, Make Money and Behoney from a tree affording much come Honored titizen bloom in the knobs and mountains, ,1 ."i .. .. t " Illk UU f" luiutu !! IKld 1 ! r has bought the Ja. Holtzelaw place and Mr. llnltzclaw will move to Walnut Flat. Mr. Walter James has returned from Indianapolis, Ind., where he has been in business for quite awhi'e and Mr. James will now go into the mercuaudise business here, James Livingston, the champion bird hunter, of this section, is having great success killing birds. S. V. Manning lias been delivering corn to the Crab Orchard Mill- ing Co at .f2.75 per barrel. G. D. Boone ter. Tungsten Shumate's any face and adapted to$2.75 any beard. Skes and shapesto fit FOR SALZ tV Penny's Drug StGre, Stanford, Ky. v We have just received from the Eastern markets about 300 Ladies', Misses' and Children's Coats; capes plain and regular black cloth coats. We will sell these coats at very low prices, as we bought them so weco uld save our customers money. Come and see these coats and you will see something new, The Wilbur R. SinitTi Business College, Lexington, Ky., an old and reliable institution with 38 years prestige in educating thousands of young men and women for success, is comdeserving mended for assisting men and women to get an eduyoung cation at this college by receiving called sourwootfffii. -- gentleman iu HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT Alabama has a jar of sourwood honey 23 years old but still liquid. The People's Market Place AdverClover and locust honey harvested tise What You Have to Sell in June begins to, granulate by the i- -i i- -i v-i-. Stoves Heaters Cooking and Ranges ROBINSONS Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank. SRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSR 70 FAST WINTER SERVICE TO to to to 70 to 70 to 70 to 70 to to FLORIDA SOUTHERN RAILWAY Premier Carrier of the South High-class,steel to 70 to 70 to 70 to 70 70 to 73 to to 70 to to 70 to 70 STEEL to 70 Wto to "ST. LOUIS SPECIAL" 70 to equipped train; throughDrawing-roo70 Pullman Sleeping Cars to Asheville and Jacksonville. m 70 COACHES-NE- DINING CAR SERVICE All Electric Lighted W 70 to to 70 Other Famous Southern Resorts Aiken Augusta Charleston Columbia Savannah Summerville Very Low Homeseekers' Fares Winter Tourist to 70 Excursion Fares Stopover and other special features. to 70 car service communicate with your local agent, or ft. H. TODD. District Passeager Agent Starks BHlMiag. Louisville. Ky. For information as to schedules, fares and through sleeping toM trees. Messis. George Reynolds and Armstrong Todd visited W. F. Sims one day last week. Mr. F. M. Eubank spent Thursday night with his sister, Mrs. Florence Singleton of Buck Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Leeman Singleton, of Waynesburg, spent Friday night with Mr. Minnie Morgan. Mrs. Verna Reynolds, Mrs. Cecil Whitaker and Miss. Vesta Sims visited relatives in Waynesburg last HATS at cost. Mis Lila M. xi m 10 10 j.o j. to inonins is ..canuieu soiio, hh . ... Saunders. matter how large tne quantity. J lie i Stanford, Kentucky. nlitiMiA IichikI tnkiti .iilifiiiti notes, tobacco or other crops, if de- i:iiiiii,i; Jiuin u uijum ijwihiihwi ' Christmas presents at Mueller's; sired, for tuition. If you wish a must not be taken as an evidence Jewelry Store, Stanford. the honey's genuineness, knowledge of Bookkeeping, Short-nan- d, against but rather the contrary. ROOMS for rent Jan 1st 1014 Typewriting or Telegraphy, and It is an easy matter to restore over X. II. llisgins' store. the assistance of this popular College, we advise you to write at once, candied honey to its 'liquid condiHOGS FOR SAS.E A lot of good asking for particulars. Address, Wil- tion. Simply keep it in hot water long enough; be sure it is not Lexbur R. Smith Business College, Jlos Applv ;lt this ofl-lc- e ytf. ' hot. If heated above 160 detrreos 93-- 1 ington, Ky. there is danger of spoiling .the color LADIES Get ready for the Baand ruining the flavor. zaar. Opens in the early part oi Sickly children need WHITE'S Remember that honey contains December. Miss Ella May Saumler- -. VERMIFUGE. It not only CREAM destroys worms, if there be any, but the most delicate of all flavors that TATE & MESSER will give a genit acts as a strengthenng tonic in of the flowers from which it is taken. A good way is to set the vessel eral faian sale on Dec. 19. See ad stomach and bowels. Price 2o cents 'Xt-- 1 per bottle. Sold by Shugars' Drug containing the honey inside an- in next issue. other vessel containing hot water Store, Stanford, & Lyne Bros., not allowing the bottom of tlu one Insure vour orooertv wih Bromlev ( 'rab Orchard. to rest diiectly ou the hot om of '& Bromlev, Stanford. the other, but putting a couple of PARLOR GROVE desirable RENT Very FOR blocks of wood between. Let it Mr. Alva Morgun and Miss Floron the stove but do not let the rooms at a reasonable price with ence Walls were attendants at the stand private front entrance. Apply at wedding of Mr. Jones Taylor and water boil. It may take half a day 1)4-- 2 to melt the honey. If the thsi office. Miss Maymc Singleton, of Pleas- or longer honey is set directly on the reserant Point Saturday eve. SALS Bronze turkeys: FOR Ma. W. F. Sims and daughter, voir of a cook stove it will be al- or two for ?2.io. toms 3, hen right iii a few days. In time it will Mrs. Cecil Whitaker, were visitors Compounded tccordisg: to the Original & Mrs. A. J. Goocli, Stanford, K. F. D. granulate again when it can be meltFormulas & Secipos of Charlie V7iute-Moc- n, in Stanford last week. S).V2p 1, Phone 8 F. 50. ed again. B. I. BLANKEXS1UP The Cow-to- y Herbalist, for xbs treatment Miss Lula Waddle, of Waynes-burof human ailments. Endorsed in tha Bibls. has been the guest of her parLOST An upper plate foi set of Thousands of Testimonials. vie ents. SCIZITCE SOPS3. for the Huteeth, between city .limits and Win. CHARLIEWBITEMOON Great JBody-Tcn- ic i'rayer" meeting has been organman Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or writa Fields'. If found in good condition "Gets-H- " ized at this place and will be held TkCwWiEolot reward for return to oiib-- of Dr. T. SIGIK&'OR or on Tuesday night of each week. !)l-4- p CHARLIE WKITE-MOC- N V. Pennington, Stanford. WHlTfS"Si;S CNHEME MMK Thanksgiving service was held Quit Plasters, Salves and What-NotKKMES 3731 West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky A SCKME SITE at the chmvh. Jersey cow- - i! C0K4XL-SFOR SALE-Th- ree After usin? "GETS-IT- " once you Mr. Willie Sweeney of Waynes-bur.,1 ...... will never again have occasion for Mn iT t.n. .!!.-- fill! tll asking. "What can I do to set rid of spent Saturday night with Mr. my corns?" "GETS-ITcr two will bf fresh in three and ix j wmmmmmammmmkwmmmmmmmmwmmmmkWkMimiaammummmmmr " is the first Alva Morgan. sure, certain corn-endever known. ween5 V. C. Gilliland, Wings Moun- 91-Mr. Goff has been delivering fruit am, Jvv. O-r- GEO. HLFARRIS, to,fat I SALTONE AT W. H. Hig'g'ins' R. Boots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES C02T-CEI.-SAK, '- g Corns Quit, Pains Stop, With c Mrs. g. g, "" er 1. Why "Scffer. Yet" With Corns? Don't Forget to Go to Opposite Court House ftcrlVwi! "e "GETSJT." jfiisSrP JLmSJL LOST Between my place on the knob by the way of turnpike, a Topaz seal and clasp, on gold 1' uckle attached. Finder will appiy at this office or to Jas. P. Bailey for T. D. NEWLAND For your Christmas Oysters. Celery and Cranberries Telephone 168 reward. 933 having persons NOTICE All having claims against the estate of J. P. Chandler, deceased, will present them to me properly proven on or before December the 15th day. S. M. CHANDLER, FARM! SRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSR Don't Forget "Quality' when yen bay that MONUMENT E !t Ev Don't forget Harry. Jacobs Buys Quality and Sells Quality Only Teksteae X. 164 STAXFOKD. Sl H, week. Mr. and Mrs. Adlai Glass and Mr. have tried other things by Carter and daughter, of Olive at- If you and will now try "GETS-IT.- " the score you will realize this glorious fact. tended ehurch here Sunday. You probably are tired sticking on Co. tape that won't stay stuck, plasters that shift themselves' right onto your C. corn, contraptions that make a bundle of your toe and press right down on the corn. Put two- drops of GETS-n- r on that corn In two. seconds. The corn is then doomed as sure as night follows day. The corn shrivels. There's no pain, no fuss. If you think this sounds too good to be true try it tonight on any corn, callus, wart or bunion. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER GJ3TS-IT- " ; is sold by druggists FuriH-Furniture MattiRi, RHfs. .everywhere. 25c a bottle, or sent direct by E. Lawrence & Co- - Chicago'. tare ExtktmM fir aN Kindt UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEb ." GETS-I- T 01 is sold in Stanford at Office Phone 167. Htm Phon 16 Shugars' Drug Store. STANFORD. KY. PHONE 12 ST.3JF0RD. KENTUCKY Adrar. 33 04-- 3. FOR SALE. acres J. L Beazlcy & f J. M'Gary - improved, on the Stanford and Somerset pike; five room eottage, barn necessary buildings : and' other "orchard; fine lastng wasplendid ter. If. you want a- nice little home at a bargain see J. .C. FLORENCE, , 9otf Stanford, Lock box 546. Masons' Meetfnf LiBcolB Ledce Me. 10 T. a A. H, suets la Uted coauBuaieatioB on each first ssd third Monday nighti of each noata at 7 o'clock fas' their kail os Mais stieet, Btonforl, Ky. He brs of titter lodges mterBally iBTited to k BRING ME YOUR PRODUCE SATURDAY, the 5th. i We want a carload for that date and will give special prices. L. L.SANDERS, Crab Orchard. ?- . tt. rewat. , -? j . . XT ' , -- swr- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCY. TUESDAY. DECEMBER I, i9?4. team Can make your Blueprints, Estimates, Plans and Specifications. Can furnish you anything in the Building line direct from the manufacprofit. WILL do your work PROMPTLY. turers and save you the middle-man'- s Store Fronts, Cabinet Mantels, All Kinds Roofing, Steel Ceilings, Brick, Farm Drain Tile, Steel and Also make a specialty of Plate-GlasWood Tank Towers, Belting, Window Guards, etc. A. B. FLORENCE, Mgr., Office Room No. 26, Lincoln County National Bank Building Phone 15 s, J. R. POWELL, Architect; Dealer in All Kinds Building Material Phone 104 WHEN YOU WANT TO BUILD Mr. and Mrs. Dave Daujrherty, ofj' Mr. John Howe and baby, 01' Chattanooga, Tenn., have been the McKimiey, were here last Friday. Social Calendar Judge "johu X. Meneiee attended' guests of Mrs. Nora Goudkiifcht. Dec 1 Kuok Club will meet with the Shriuers' Meeting at Lexington Miss Frankie Doty Traylor. of 31 r.. li- - M. Rowland at two kitet week. will: : Richmond, was the guet of Mins o'clock. Katiiorine Anderx.n. Mrs. V. G. Beni:ett, of Louisville, Dec Ii. The Dixie Rook Club is the guest of her daughter, Mr&.j Miset Geneva and Courtney v ill meet wiih Mrs. Harry Dili at of Richmond, are- visiting j Priee, IJeverly Rout. 1 m o oVIock. Hester Belle Anderon. Mis Virginia Mahoney was in i The little daughter of Mr. ami UUt week with relatives A. Caivon has been quite Mrs. ('Mrs. George Martin, who has been (ami i'i iends. ill for several davs. . i ... I I ... .i MM I. i spent xhuiik .quite ill, is auieh better. wimeii-so" Liu-il-illGastineau was in Mrs. A. C. Hill spent Thank.-g- h givng with his lister at Camnhells-- i Lexington Thanksgiving. ing at Somerset with her parent- - I ville. Ir. Maggie Cover and Mis Ida i Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Woner, Miss Mr. and Mrs. John Mershon. Judd spent Sunday in Crab Orchard. I hum I and Mr." Herbert A. (L Eastland, of Louisville, was Mi Mattie "Wileher is viiiinir j ll.iiley motored to Lexington back on hi old stumping ground in relatives in the West End. j.iPi.t Thanks- - Lincoln writing life insurance la- -i PnilV V Wilson ...... .. 11... if w. ii jiriier iiki"; i... .. ., - iiimi friends at : week. .... iiccii eon- -' i. ns Willi 1(.'WIL1 iL' fincij to her bed for some time on I'ltividence. Mr. and Mr.--. K. C Walton, haw ai-- i ii:ui tf i hicss j Mr.- -. Lolla I'icKett Thank. with Mr. ami la ken apartments sti iiiir of Mrs. in Lmiville, I he gue- -t Y. K. Warner, on lir!;iis;u PERSONAL AND SOCIAL II I JL I J T1 - pis Suit Sale Extraordinary We have concluded to hM a rousing-MD- ney Saving to Our Customers-Sa- le. We offer any Suit originally priced at $22.5J, $25.0 J and $27.53 at $16.50. These are this season's best models-y- ou will see few finer suits than these in this locality. Any Suit originally priced at $13.50, $15.00, up to $19.50 at only $11.50. At this price we have a strong assortment of big sizes and staple Suits, Suits that are always suitable regardless of the freaks of fashion. We also have about fifty carried over suits that We also in this Sale a good black or colored Messaline Petticoat for $1.48. To 1 make this offer still more attractive we put on sale seyenty-fiv- e Lingerie and other material shirt waists at 95c. These were purchased in New York this season and are I worth $1.25 to $1.75. Any Coat one fifth off the price. come ana taKe your ciioice trom two hundred of this season's prettiest suits at a fraction of their real value. e '-- n .u. . i--r ent iliflBill CTJ ' j Mi- -. J. V Larue. IIH r ltxtmxn lrn!UI rir.i!' rf v nniii U xi 1 mh U III It'' m i ii H t Cabriolet ei. w! - maxwii 4 - n 'id S Gallic lmrdett -- pent a few Claiborne Walton, who i making I la- -t la- Linile a fine record at Millersburg Mill week Aith Mif-- s j M.me at Loudon. tary Institute, -- )ent Thankt;iviiiu 'I I laitiiltmi came over li'tilill here. i Lexington and spent Thaukvjivinirj Mr. and Mr Ii. G. Hampton, of Jwiiii iclalive.-- and friend- -. Lebanon I . Junction, spent Thanks m iii..... ...wi i;.i.. in m.. ! Sarah llunu and Mr- -. Dan Tsaylor giving here with menus ai.a reia" ja'e the gue.--t of Mrs. II. (.'. Le fives. Mrs. Levi Myers is at home after; ('oinpie at Frankfort, Mr- -. White at j a vi'-i- t to hci j Lester OT.annon, who is a member oi the graduating class of State Mireland and brother, "Mr. Brown Mi Si-nl- t, 1 1 avenue. SEVERANCE & SON s rt n si-t- er. i I v. R90RT.NSI I t Price of tkk Leartinal 1915 Maxwel Cabrielet, nckdiBg Fal Equpaetst, Aati-SIr- id Tires e rear, University, at Lexington, this year, spent Thankpirivinsr here. i (Jatcwood ; Ueazley and Timothy Gi vens pent Thanksgiving at Mid- with their aunt, Mr- -. H. ! '. dlc-bo- ro at llu-tonvil- le. i I , J. i'. I'axton spent Saturday; and Sunday in Lancaster with mother, Mrs. Jane Jiobinsou, wlioj Mr.- -. lu-r! ISB5T.H3 2 u M X has be'ii Mi-- -- iek. Gum 1 17 New Features ul $840 The Car Ideal For Ladies For Doctors For Salesmen, etc. 1 When closed, a perfect Coupe for Winter; when open.a popular roadster that is fast, smooth, and silent, and that holds the road at 50 miles an hour. The handsomest, most completely equipped roadster in the world at less than $1,500. Easily operated; economical of upkeep. With electric tarter mmd electric LgkU $55 extra. H. C. Carpenter, Agent Ai.l iucohe "o.Nat'l Hank Stanford. Kentucky. Shoe Dope For Men Everything in RUBBER BOOTS and SHOES for Men Something to Think About $3.50, $4.50 and $5.00 the pair ednestay night and on and Me r- -. Ti(.c sjient si veral I'anvUle McAlister Holtzclaw yiv.. very Severe -- pell of aeum.iuia. s ihursday trod the not sasiu- - to- j 5. r isner am Wibur (!miiiJ(1.IV;, in Louisville last week. Mr.- -. W. IC. Shiiyar5 and James .Mr. Xe. i ..., AV....1,.,. !IJfv,.l.,.v Al.. .....i his home near ; .."..u.,..,,vUUi...,.H,1 says that if Kentucky i;nh h;.il of Lexington have been the guests j.i..wara Jieeea, as uiinnnisiercu uyi i V. lv. dr., sjieut Thur-da- y in ai..ii Mrs. II. D. Holt.claw, and Miss Kosair Temple of the Mystic Slirin-'Mr- a. ai-es of Mi es Lueindsi and Klizabeth Mr- -. L. rS!V . t lie Mi .hi at P. liiond with his M..Ai;.tM. i.. v .. ..t,..w.i-- . some of Florida's climate, it '.v ::' ."- -, .. ers, ol louisvnie. n. ,iv. v. oiemau, , '" j ... Lules. Shugar. . Mattie Kevins, of Stanloru, iveiit down to see his olu Irienu aim , ti.inohfpc of Air niwl Mrs Rtilic-- t be the greatest place in the woild. Miss Mnry Burch left last week! Mrs. j Mrs. II. ('. Wny and children, of ; McAlister, visited Mrs. Ld Sutherland this. east of Grab Orchard, ! Danville, spent several davs here for Washington, D. ('., to take her week. Harrodsburg Herald. " ..:d., lhe j.oat POSTED , 'drove to Lancaster last week and la- -t week with her mother, Mrs. position in the School of the Deaf, Miss Kate Waters left this weekj Rev. L V. W. Darlington, wile were united in the holy bonds of Mrs. Frank Cortlier, AViil Cordier. her mother, Mrs. Mary Hnreh. being Woodie Hale t. St. Louis, Mo., to see her -- iiro-, and two einwren, ox liunungioii, w wt.tuotk by Rev. S. II. Pollitt. Both II. C. Baughman, Gottlieb Benku, J. for I Mrs. W. K. Shugars and Miss spent Thanksghng day here art. very popular young people of Smilh Adam Imughman, the sev- -' thers, Robert and John M. Waters. !Va., S. Hocker, S. T. Harris, Jacob Ji.in-de- r, Hays were the week end . Emma xne Jiiast J!.nu 01 Silicon ami nave a j wllu "1US UI1U iu.un ' Hmrh Reid Foster, of Millei-lur- g sou of Mr. ami Mr.--. guests of Misses .Shugars at Rich.... rt .1 Mrs. Mattie Hewes. Joliu j. ..... ttiti." i.iKil"i.il B,w..a till nost or menus wno extemt liearti- Jones liaughmaii, of Moreland. was Military Institute spent Tbanlcsgiv- mond. - est cotl.n.tulations. .Anderson, J- - Frank Smith- - an elocjouent ;,..r I,,,', with his narents. Mr. and en3? l ,'mce visit here oL Dr. uaiMrs. Y J. Romans and daughter, lb. Mrs. Harrison t his marriage to the at hngton, Mi-- s Carrie Helled of Lancaster, ville la- -t week, and is thought to be Mrs. J. 15. Foster e and lovable, Miss Virginia' Mr.--. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Hatchings, Meitie Gsddwell went to tracti danger now: The little felweie here Saturday to see her sis- oat liourne, of btanloid. Dr. Dainng. who . very ill for a while. low left Stanford about a year ago Louisvi le last Wednesday to spend: ter, Mrs W. A. (.'arson. ui the . m(jst proIIII are advertising a big -- ale of their . The llon.'nnd Mrs. Robert Hard- the winter with her niece, .Mrs., , II. Hamniontree. Mis Mr. uent ministers oi tne Metliouist farm, on December 10th, which is' Elizabeth Stamper and Mr. Warren ing ga.ve a beautiful dinniT Wed- Julia llarlin church in the south, left Friday, located near Midwav. Theie are) Miss Nan-- 1 i . evening at their Mr. John Richards and :n ........:.. i of Lebanon Junction, have been the nesday x....i: i nut .""" about olio acres in the place. " airs. juiiiiigLiiii Is of Mr. I'nbbcll and daugh- home on We.- -t Main street, compli- nie Dudderar, of Louisville, were several days longer. gin George mentary to the lion. Samuel Push the guests of Mr. and Mrs. ters. I The High School play. A Kenand Mrs. Pujili. of Vanceburg, Ky. K. DeRorde Thanksgiving. Dor-e- y, I. S. of Louisville, Mr HOW TO SUCCEED tucky Belle, which was postponed Miss Jessie Cook, of Nashville, Mrs. E. ?dr. I'ugh , - a irraduate i of ..i? Old th "iie- -t of her i ?SJ.-- J ATuTLKX "37 i i. from last week on account of the W'K WANT .i wi.V-a- .!;? liKUFP. !n cacf anu was a ciassiuaie m mu who has been relatives in lluston-iilentrc D. Fads. She was accompanied bv During the last few years, condi ! meeting ..- W at the Methodist church, will tmvn in Simtlnoi Oim . jiljaifi t lr. tor.I,.I';' .,'.' is the now the guest of her jher adractive little daughter. Miss host. Judge Pugh served the Ninth tions in all lines of business even ; be presented at the opera ii..ia. souii.tin ip.!u!M Kentucky district in Congress three Mrs. G. B. Cooper. houe Veota l)or.-e-v. l ......4'... ..ti.il lif'i. 1. .,n ..!,. n.rl.rl ikt. ......,. - Ihur-da- y night .m.l Mh"r. au'wijii'i'is. Our t.ir till, ii "niin MOM.i i Miss Ipihis. Another member f the class. ilisfv tl' on. r, .ii"! .!" William Grimes and sister, froinnlctelv that everv man is v.ak- Tlii- - ! . 'unii o .7." iip: " Jt 01 HEARD ABOUT TOWN pnwnt m tne n who are attending Marion Grime l iXi'lo ltail-t jMi-ling up to the fact that in order to J. C. Neal. of Dade Citv, Florida. ..r an Hi'ia- - oi i.oiii!ar .'r. o. fj s liw J. Durliuni. Olliers who en jn veil mi. at Lexington, spent Thanks- he must sneeinlie and IIL'sTI.'-'S. T. Elliott, a prominent fanner, win success ".' ... been in Lincoln for secral Hit a t iit!i j littlt- tvvney anl Wnl ln.iu-- .. l.i giing ,at home - with their parent-- -, ' lie dinner were the Rev. and Mrs. near liumphrcA, Casey county, was earn to uo some one ining amii no n - at ! ., i..irtiti:lilfor :. . ... ii- ti . urnr.es. l daysr..- the bedside of his son, .mi.L KKXTO ...........-Ihi H.H'.y t-- ..- - I.. .. , x of Ktsiiifiiril: Mrs..' r' ' 10IUi.ivU.i.i.i, late last j Well. .ir. an: .irs. w. in Stanford on Will Neal, who is recovering from a li'r m., t mm imuti. oiu'o. Mnih Ar,1. .11111 Ar,... t? a T?,..,tt.m nviw Fitch, of Huntington. W. Va., who i .111"'. IL. V. IJHIl.iril. .. with any article that is eek. I So it is a daughter of Judge Pugh; Mr.j Jlubbic. are being 'ontrratulated by to the people. Jt must have Leslie Sloan, of Hubble, has sine Mrs. J. H. Baughman, of Hill . ,, . their friends upon the birth of a l. merit or no amount of adTop Farm: Mi Hickman Carter and Urneii trom wry nmge, uiuuuu,. genuine boy at fheir home. The ' ty where he 1ms been uniikiug ino vertising will maintain a demand Danville V. Richardson . has been named Lee--( Mr. young-t- or indigestion, with which for the article. waters for Advocate. anidi-P.ratfon. ' lio has suffered for some time. He For many years druggists have i benefitted watched with much interest the resays that he was greatly markable record maintained by Dr. j there. AT THE the great j to Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, .Polities is beginning ... f lffXMO fllIlll.V.- flr-- vr I'HIWIT. Kidney, Liver and Bladder Remedy. ii ' ISIP III '"yiv (dates for Circuit Clerk are in the From tlia very beginning the proprieBenefit of Stanford H:ch School field, Henry IJnght and . &. Row- tors had so much confidence in it Uoyle has a candidate that they inited everyone to te- -t it. land, and as KRS. LCLLA H. PICKETT, Director. p It is a phy.-iciaior Circuit Judge and CommonThey have on file thousands oi' wealth's Attorney," the boys will be from In addi- unsolicited letters received kept bu-- y for some time. next former sufferers who claim they are tion to the races to come off Chorus ''There's a Big Cry-Bain the F.iccn'' Socsnd Gmria year, candidates for sheriff in 1017, now enjoying good health as a reAil Style RUBBERS ACT I. are s:id to be already ns thick as sult of its use. LEATHER -aL " M Xleas."" r"-JHowever, if you wish Tir- -t to trv Specialty The Yama, Yama, Chorus Ccri Hunn, Robert II. Coffey, who is one of(a sample bottle, address Dr. Kilmer Smith Bauyhman, Joseph Ballcu, Frank Ccrdier,Joe Grimes Konw to Fit All Shape Gatcwcod' BeazHr SOLt LEATHER Cc, Binghnraton, X. Y., endo the he- -t men on the road for a big Powell Withers, Pat Tanner, Earl Bryant, Guy Bal.'ou, Lynn PhV and mention this paper. Pennsylvania Rubber Company, was ten cents Joseph Walter. Ladies and Children's two lasc, iney win pruiiuuiy .o.. at home here a day ..or i . l. l i uy T...w.l ACT II week, on a short vacation, witn ins sampie uoiue 1. j ui :.-- T.f Regular sizes for sale at all drug CofShoes narunts, Col. and Mrs. Joseph T Specialty Underneath a Parasol Lelia Cook Raney, Jesse Gcccd, S0U0 LtlTHtR V.tUS . fey. Mr. Coffey was madg a Knight gists fifty eents and (Catherine Brady, James Batiuhman. MHJfpseuo urnu sous imolu 92-- 4 Templar by Ryan Commandery at Song Somewhere a Voice is Calling m, Pickett ACT III KENTUCKY MAN TELLS HOW MAYR RESTORED STOMACH REMEDY cast of characters-Mi- ss W. Givcns. Mr. and s M.abel Ki-1isi-te- ..... r-, "'v Hu-tomi- ,- le. ; ...... I vZ i- ! "" t"t f- $. vs Dealers Wanted 1 ho-pita- ble I ! i- si-t- er. e, . u -- ! si-t- er, UllllV.-SIHU- .lt . ';'; r - pi-w- ! on .i. I ir--j'. -- jI--- sJ'i--.- . -i -- c" V- T li- -hod - I a h-- s Itr-- ii:(ii'v-n.!.in- 1 -- .... 1?-y;ou- bu-in- e-s .. A-- 7 I re-'Fo- ld nd a. The Hit of the Season I u "A Kentucky Belle' . T .4-.- . J- Opera House, Thursday, December 3 PROGRAM by n's pre--ripti- uu. J S'x'BH.i iuri gHr one-doll- ar A Shoe as solid as can be made of leather in three heights tops, 6, 12 and 18 inch at These kind of Shoes are hard to find at the price. An all leather Shoe to stand the man who goes out in the mud. We believe this is the place to find it Gall in and let us show you. - Phillips & Phillips hUir -- f Mrs. W. H. Clarke is Relieved After treatment. Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy clears the digestive tract of mucoid acDigestive Disorders Years of cretions and remove poisonous matter, ailments of the stomach, liver and bow- Mrs. VV. H. Clarke of Central City, It brings swift relief to sufferers from Ky., for many tfears suffered from dis- els. Many declare it has saved them many orders of the stomach. She tried many from dangerous operations and encourageare sure it has saved their lives. treatments with but little ' who have ment , 'We' want all, people Mr. Clarke induced her to try Mayri chronic' stomach' trouble or consti- Wonderful Stomach Remedy. ;Sh'e got potion, no matter of how long relief right away. Thexf he ."vrote: ; has done my wife a standing, to try one dose of Mayr's "The medicine .one: Wo'ndei-- f nl . Stomach, iReihedy world of good, and I feel that cure her. I intend to keepom'untishe dose will convince frus This is , the is eomnletelv cured, as you have been medicine so many flour people doing, her more good than any one has reever done her, and she nas Deen suner-in- g have been taking with surprising thorough-systewith her stomach for years. I am sults.4 "The most glad 1 was told of your remedy." Mayr's Wondercleanser ever'-soldLetters like that are written oy users ful Stomach Remedy is now sold of Mayr's Wonderful Stomach remeand dy in all parts of the country. It proves here by Penny's Drug Store long druggists everywhere. its merit with the first dose no it-wi- ll Marian Douglas (aristecratic di maM) Isabel Douolas (her niece) Marie Van Harienger-(fr- ind f Iszbel) ?ifSJn-lL(SM--K,rSe),"- Meifi matsy erimes WiiM m Jehn. Cason Or Blake-(fa- mily Glrdn-(sB- itir Miss etrdon-(- his sisttr) if IsaW) Mrs Gordon (his mother) Gindy-(cet- ered - physician) James Tribbe servant) Jean Paxton . Henry (colored servant) Maurice Tucker" Young Men of Village Jot Warner and Girls of Villate Ethel Powell, Lei4ie W. McXinney, fiizcbjih'SolE claw.attie Perkins, Rachel Hill, Eddie; Bruce Ba;ban, Fral:ics -- Mancy KatheVine McKinney Anna Green Wood Luck DwMerea? .. ! urrVe- sSrley Govtr Martha Raney TewpMM PiMiot - unaij. LNMMnSSM Eky WiH Mobisy, Brycn Perkins, Hart- - m . ... ...... M ...js...- - Miss Mary Moort Raney ADMISSION 15, 25 435 Cents. RESERVED SEATS SALE AT SHUGARS' DRUG STORE r r -- ! CZV"7T-. ML rvSfc. L2ii'--M- r "&? T- - 3"i- - THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, DECEMBER I. H14. HIEATT " r -- V i2--j- V. rv"ic 4 l..? V ',; ' '"r K . 'JHL ! I -... -- ' v. - ' .V ' sViwi'iffi $Bffiw P& RfIili.fLr jhmmm . . lf M"HMMIMSBVP ""BT I" ? once more solicit your business for our Warehouse in full for the season of 914-- 1 . 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, will be with us this season. This will be good news to tobacco men everywhere. "He gets the price. " Our floors are equipped with the tinest automatic scales in the county. Come and see them work. A mistake can't be made. WE 1 I 'rmmM Walnut Street "l gf?, f."'. yy frt . f " jf y - ""'IT T!!!5-'jEs1iteii?'f- Sjgg7fiYi?".'' n"a1H"i "'' OUR OPENING SALE, DECEMBER 2, 1914 Danville, Ky. Danville Tobacco Warehouse Company Incorporated d LANCASTER jized by the pie supper that was re- No Stock Show The Coffey Sale me uiiocu scuooi A big crowd attended the Cominis- CluiutauQuu The Circle met ceuiiy gien hi On account of the mouth and S. E. Browning Iras sold his farm house. turners sale or rne estate o me oot the International Live Tuesday aiternoou with Alices, acres near HrvanUville late Somre . A. (of lev. ne;ir Jlc- - pi...i. ty of Mr. L. E. llcrron's handsome new , .. :.: i.:. .1. tu ,. ., (M.-,,,....3 .... itl to Mn. lihoda Wvlie.. of , lvJJJIlcy, JIl,,, ." Martha and Helen Gill. . opera hou.e is about completed and wu, tlIlu fcUC met in (Jhicairo from JNiov. a Mrs Charles Daib, of Chatta- will soon be oieii to the public. The near Paint Lick, lor UU an acre.) which was sold in three tracts to D 5 ks been called off The AS administrator with ,the will annexed of James A. Harris, i i. ........ 1. . . j: uj. Mr. Drowning will return to Wil- - HiuuSui1 a guuu putc. oiucl auju ,..u circular 'letter savs that for the nooga, is here for a visit to her fir.st show of the season will be I will on Xov. Mrs. given Thaulgiing evening. Col. j. ju. iiimu cnea iuc saie. a. liam.-lnir- g to reside. l lt.. ,... fi1Q r.,;, -- mother, L.evjs Elizabeth Joseph. WV11- fc,U--na . "ifj . ... ,..w.t r ij .n.L.w i.,kii.it "j- J Airs. "i. l uaiuer sum nine Gth. i anls at Chicago were .;ii.oil GUr14"-- ". . , ..... l' (. stock V. I. fVl.. fit ll'iltlll lf "ei"K- - nw,r uelvniner ac fuif.ou out io ul and adds tUat the yurds,-- M- nave reuirneu ironi a vimi Ep- - Mrs. John E. JStormes is at home export entile an :uw. headt . f 1 t.on.cy s(jn of the - Walked aunt, Mrs. Ma0 after a ileass:nt vir.it to her cousin. flisiufeoted At 2 P. M. sell, at the dwelling house on the premises, at public at t9 per hundred, .his is said to be lMe Sl,IIiref .Iive W(M an a,.re fuI. AutJorfti,8 and that ping of Louisville, Mrs. Arthur Hubbard iu Corington. he the lushest puce ever paid for ex- - . ... n., iin, Charles Oatls, of stock is n(nv hejng uniosuied there fell The first snow of the Miss Helen dill was the leader outcry to the highest bidder, 100 acres of land, it bein part of the Waynt county, paid $90 an acre ju the day time. Iturges the eciion. and it por: Thursday and Lancastrians have Thursday afternoon at the Woman's James A. Harris farm and that part upon which is located the old in thai eaitle! ,,r l ll" lloim' '1:,,L ol' iy4 acres. oratjun 0f tanners to assist in been experiencing some exttemelj Club. Her subject v;is , Michael Harris home. wai. one of the fiuest lots of lu?i!l 'A' fteerr. brought $48 Angelo, as a Sculptor, Painter and cold weather. &tampiug out this terrible disease. ever sold in Boyle county. miles west of Stanford, and ad- t This llan-oi- i is paid ."fci.VJ for: lead: ii,.;ii.- - A.i.it ,f Dii-usiItiree resiuences on proMects of the , , ,. street-weruirc ..uiV'-u- u Mr Howard II. Ilussell, under the Joins the lands of E. P. Woods, S. T. Harris and R. C. Hecker, and is Administrator's Notice i.u. entered bv robbers re- Shelburne, leco markets Silas wai'ehou-eina- n, the, u arney u lanner paid from ; um...-- to, League now in possession of S. T. Harris, who will be glad to show same to Lexington veteran AU Tfrson? havinj? claims acrainst teutly and a small sum of money auspices of the .J." 1 O for three duroe irilts: Y. li. They were the hoait.. of It. E. will lecture at the School Auditor- any persons calling there. -said hist week: ""So far as we can estate of .1. J. Mc Kinney de- -' taken. . on i I'CIIVA .111(1 i !..,, 'fc lltill'Alli ...,:.i aij..V.. c... i; ItV.tVI.i .u ceaseu. ...:ii ureseuLi. . U. ium on Wednesday evening, Nov. !. i v,ee tin Diuley nop holds a better ..n r- i ... cash, and remainder in two This land will be sold for one-thisaiue lu- iiic '.IfUoll'.rllS. ' lil'tllVc .llll'U ii snoais: an oiu mare soiu ..i ,: win .i.:..:. ....t Goodloe. -- ....,.u, i position i hat for years past, the ' "" payments, due in six and twelve months from January I. 1915, equal a colored wwnan for $J : Mr. O. J. Muberly, formerly a Mrs. Lottie 1). Pugh, of Loudon, fttoek on hand at this time beinu fo ljiw ad J " A t "m J 11 .1 hon.es sold from $50 to $75; Pr'en b' u.- -i anaJ ueanny mi-re- -i A X fe irwn AlA udie uiiui pdiu, ai ai per cbiii. 2U.UUy,0(H pounds less than it was to the estate will settle. WALTER was the week eud guest of Miss merchant of this county, died at his !' I'.nvU():,llionolif. 'M l .dull 95-3home near Kirksvilie after a linger- Full and complete possession will be given on or before Jan. 15,1915 Pansy Love. at tin, tunc last year. The consump- - ,wes and a buck at o.7o wid he i 'McKINXF.Y .Adinr. illue-- - of cancer . aged .8 years. lion for the la.--t six mouths from Mrs. Ed Walker is at home after in At same time and place, I will also sell a small lot ef household two heifers April lo October was 1 IO,00(,lMMi' Jatue number at $6.65; TO THE PUBLIC a visit to her mother, Mrs. Annie The burial was at Gilead in Madison $.'iO. other at the property of Mrs. SusanHarris, deceased. county. The deceased was a Master pounds, considerably over a half of old one at $44 and the I represent the largest and best Itamey in Eminence Ma.-o-ji and was buried with Mason- -, clothing house in this couthe entire Utirlcy crop, which shows Miss Minnie Gulley entertained at W.nat The Farmer Did 111., P. M. McROBERTS, ntryEd V. Price & Co., Chicago, ie rites. A widow and six children, Col. I. M. Dunn, Auct. that the demand is inereainy, so A city man recently visited his My experience in measuring and di- a six o'clock at the home of Mr.--. J. four sons and two daughters sur-iv- e Admr.. C. T. A. of J as. A. Harris, deceased. while we do not exteet any fancy recting the making of your clothes, B. Soper. prices, country cousin. The man fiom the gives me the advantage over one who him. j)ric. we expect that the Two large dioves of turkeys, aver !l should be as hi.li as the grade prices city, wishing to expiaiu the joys oij is not a practical tailor. If you will ! will promise you PUBLIC SALE paid last year for the same class of ii.ctropolitan life, taid: been, having give me vour order 1will get the worth age about 500 in each drove passed through Lancaster this week. They a souare'deal. You We. certainly have tobacco. t,j ot.aj ,:li fan the last few days. Thursday we of your money, either in the cheaper had bee j)ougi,t or me niguer pixceu. xy Having decid d to change my lo- " erSj n. C. Bailey at 12 cents. auloed to the country club and golfBartels Rents Durham Farm ma winter tine or samples axe now ed uutJl dark, then troltied bac to Mr. Josiah MeCullen, of Buckeye, ;TJ('- - ' ""' OIIcr at ruaac readv for vour inspection. Call and The G. W. Durham farm, east of lown and danced .'until morning. Mrs.Mattie Teater were united l0n on RUPLEYjj Crab Orchard, was rented to Au to bo let me show you. H. C. The country cousin was not in marriage at ttie nome ot me;j sailiraay, uece.fiCer 3, 1914 Tailor. gust Bartels at $5l0 a year at the sl Excluders-Wat- er tfd m the k.ajjt :We have hijd The Practical birde'a" sister, Mrs. Laura Nayior,' nt fll IIighl.lIld: U:rj sev-O- n . . sale , held there last week. A lot ot (J d t - ti Be v. R. M. Lee, pastor ot the M. L ' n.ycar.old combiued horse j . 3 " .. . . e ' W C. Cundiff Dink Wilkinson. . . i oeii som ai goou puces. uaiu .1 we liuggied out to Uncle Ned's and ciiurcn ouiciaung. head 'registered Jersey cow: Four F. A. Laud. 1'rice boujiht a mare for $3.j; and went out to the back lot, where we Mrs. John R. Herndou, of 10ss. a 1. 1 cf fanning iraple- a little later for $0 to sold her THE LIBERTY LUMBER CO. aJJ that afternoon. Iu the Mr. ment$t. ineludim fi mend, is visiting her patents, wag Hugh Logan; John Cress bought 50 evening we sneeked up into the attic inerty, ivy. Mrs T c Bankin, on; good bugyy; plows; wagon harJames and pokered until morning."" barrels of corn at $2.7:1; Mrs. Charles Keimer and little son ness, etc. One Gaar-Seo- tt separator, Manufactures oi and Dealers In Thompson uave $13 for two sows A stiudy old farmer, who was are the guests of Mr. in good condition: One Ford autolum- - j of Chicago, and 16 pigs"; Mr Martin bought a listening, not to be outdone, took up All kinds of rousrh and dressed Rin good mobile, pair ol yearling mules for $11)0: the com creation at this point and ber, moulding "and easing of all ""'J Il,s- - - dimmer at Hotel garlan. shape: A lot oE household and kitceiling, flooring and siding, , and Jus. Thompson gave $6t") for a -- aid: "i was having some fun about ' lcv. S. H. Pollitt is assisting the chen furniture, and other things mule colt. that time myself. I muled to the corn all grades. too numerous t" mention. 0. 3. mill stuff 'jmbtor, llcv. li. M. Lee in an Send us your orders for l until sundown. and 9? grades ' teresting revival at Buena Vista. framing. Prices and SPEAKE Waynssburg, Ky. R. F. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured -- unpered ". Then until dark, and 94-tMr. J. Hogan Ballard has LOCAIi APrWC.VTIONS. D. No. I. 8V:.Vxpy--...- I' . .. . rca-Picl until tune, after which I bed- - guaranteed. clu' et of tbt; diseaM?. cZrXZ -- ?? the handsome farm and residence or oonHlutioual ilisyas ami In onltr to cure It ,teade(i Until the Clock fivcd, after . v AU.lt VUiUl til j"1 .iiihi 1 t of Mr. and Mrs. Onstott at Uryants- Notice to Hunters. 1ft 3?S Public Auction "V v-Cuiv U taken internally, aud acts dirvctly upon WHICH oreaklaslea linill it was &r the ihv Mood and murus suriaeos. Hall's Catarrh ville. Mr. Ballard expect to have go to muling again. --Ex. time to We, the undersigned, agree to enCure Is not a )iiac lucdltSci;. It was - of house remodeled in many ways, force the law aj;am:-- i . by plirsiclans In tUIs On Monday, Dec. 14. 1914 te Is at roular pr'crlitiin. country fnr nd jf tl' ! The Shelbyville fair made a net County Court day on the premises, making it quite modern iu struc- trappers on our farms. Fox hunt-in- ?' tonics tuown. ouiIt iv -t Dinru wmi me Dett uiol iuruer. actlnc ill- - P10"t f $031 this year and had a a business house, with flat above; ture when completed. especially prohibited. All hounds rocity ou ih- surface. The perfect Cor-bi- n r ino tv.o increment is wnat rnumination Miss Rella Arnold will go to U.OOO saddle stake too. All hot, free Burners liMind on our lands roaming, trailon Main street, Stanford: hot and Mioh irondiTfiit la curing catarrh. v. r Send fur this week to spend Thanksgiving ing or in the chase, will be considcash, balcold water with bath. Half F. 5. CHESKV & CO.. Props., Toledo. O. show-- Frida" and ance terms to suit. W. K. WARNER. with her sister, Miss Mary Arnold. OOOD picture acered trespassers and treated Sold by KriTpslvti, jirii-- 7Tc. No soot, few ashes 1 o T fA -- u n r,, Sj'turdav nic.hl. "Take nail's Family Tills for constipation. Mr. Taylor Ray has returned to cordingly. & i;u., oranioru, ivy. iu Cmwgk Win. E. McAfee Nora E. Avers, hi home in New Orleans after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Brown. I. Givens, Maurice Gheiis, Miss Hallie Brown was the recent Isaac SOhelby, Misses Shelby, L. guest of Miss Ella Thompson in C. Boslev, H. P. Hawkins, I. S. Danville. Tevis s'Sim, II. L. Tevis, Joe E. H. L. PERKINS, Prop., Successor to E. B. Denham The neat sum of $28.40 was real" Wright, G. A. MeRoberts. FARM AND STOCK NEWS ei-h- 41ii.lJilj i,,:.' 04-i- . i- -i fcM'"", t.t- - Sale of Valuable Land Saturday, December 19, 1914, - ! 4 I A- - " 4V-no,.- n,l '" J " """ rhler n-.- "' i- ..... - l A I A " u M-aso- J co-op- -1 u ,,i ':'" .... w.,,-.,..,.ju-nounu J- - ....... & , e Anti-Salo- on Jl ,fth -- ! -- w- M.VM-.""i,,6u,- -u1 '.... -- - "Ifl1 p .'.', rd I I wmL I made-to-ord- er I BALL BAND OVERSHOES . .i -- mi ? Iii-h-!- 0f made with Snow cannot seep in at the side. bp.-cbal- two-hor- se W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. J Keu-Iciud- s. five-passeng- er, iu-a- nd t'K-h- .ee-haw- ed Rex Coal I d. nJ -- - ID 1 I Black Star 1 f prc-jcrilj- mi- b.-s- Black Crescent coinno-.!.'.- bt-- mu,.-oa-? iiro-diii- i-s fr-e- B'" JH! m " I Vr " fdr Madison Tobacco fl REX COAL YARDS THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Etowah County Man Cured of Catarrh Deafness. Wonderful MV. Results A jrm strong, From The U se of Andes' Great Prescription Warehouse street, north suffered with catarrh three years, the dropping mucous matter inflamraed,. gave her much trouble, but the greatest uneasiness she felt was that this catarrh or years of age. I have suffered with mucous matter was passing from her catarrh for a number of years. I throat through the bronchial tubes had ringing roaring noises just like to her lungs, as she had a dry hackone of Etowah's most prosperous retired farmers, and one of Gadsdens most enterprising ciitizen says "I am 65 J. J. and its predecessors is the oldest bank m Lincoln county, has been in business for Fifty-S- ix Ytars with it is securely safe- It is a member of the Federal Reserve Bank, and protected by that powerful RESERVE SYSTEM. guarded and protected. MAKE THIS BANK YOUR BANK All money deposited will open for the reception of Tobacco, Monday, November 30th. First Sale Wednesday, December 2nd. Capacity 250,000 Pounds Daily Richmond Market in Prices and Pounds Last Year. We solicit your business. Free stalls for teams, splendid, lights, courteous, treatment. C. H. VAUGHT, Sec. E. C. MILLION, Pres. E. DEATHERIDGE, Treas. Kentucky Richmond, We Led the .- -- a saAvmill in my head, which trou- ing cough and had lost much flesh. bled me. I took cold like a baby She says: "I am now on my third bottle ot the least change in the weather affected me so I was a perfect baro- Andes' Great Prescription; it has meter. My hearing became so badly done more for me than all others impaired that I got totally deaf in combined and I feel that I am daily my right ear. I used Andes' Great regaining my former good health." Medicines just two weeks and my Mr. Charles E. Scott, of Wood-law- n, states. "I have been a great hearing is entirely restored. I now hear as well as I ever could. I am sufferer from stomach trouble for 'overjoyed at being able to hear five years. I had bloating after ugain that I do notlting scarcely at meals, palpitation of the heart, pains ?ii but go around telling my friends through the ehest and across the about it. I rode 15 miles to one of small of the back. Some times I had the best neighbors I ever had, I knew an enormous appetite and then he was hard of hearing and I want- again I could not just force my food ed to tell him about it. I got to his down. My nerves were all to pieces. house about 2 o'clock, foujnd him T would nearly Jump from my chair in a field plowing. He found I could ct the slighest noise, then would liani ho nntiitfitior lite hnrso from tremble like a lea and have weak the plow, put a saddle on it and j spells. I used two bottles of Andes' rode to town with me the same ev- -j Great Prescription, I can eat and ening to get some of the medicine digest my food and sleep fine and that had eured me. Words fail me wake up in the morning feeling 'rewhen I try to write about Andes', freshed. My health is better than it medicines, but the strongest thing i has been for years and I feel good. These wonderful medicines sold by I can say for them is they cure." Mrs. George Jones of 19133 Tenth. Shugars" Drug store, Stanford. WINTER TOURIST TICKETS SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARES TO FLORIDA-CUBA-NEWORLEANS AND TO ALL OTHER RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. LIBERAL RETURN LIMIT. FAVORABLE STOP-OVE- R PRIVILEGES. EQUDUfKT, SBmCE AND SCENERY UKSUlTASSED Fc Particulars Apply t WJL Aa y v mMW Hi liSS F HI 3Cf ikM mUk XSJWC JWttMfc " re , l " t i.'a 1 lJW fK7?S "' &? .,, X V,. -Ps r& "i -- -- "'