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The Interior Journal K I This Paper Step I Xeaew YeppRpdea WknM Preaiptly. Stanford, Lincoln County. Kentucky Friday, December 4, 1914. Tuesdays and Fridays "' 4 fepjpV-p- - BURN TO DEATH MIDDLEBURG of T. B. CULTON PASSES AWAY j STONE FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL GHILDREN TOBACCO PRICES UNDER LIFTED ON for nearly a month on Miss Essie haney lias just rethe foot iind mouth Infection, under THIS PART OF OTATE LAST SEASONS FIGURES restrictions the nature of which are Crab Orchard Citizen Once Leading Prominent Danville Attorney Sug- Rolling Fork .Farmer Loses Home turned from an extended visit to ' How- gested for High Place relatives at Somerset. Lawyer at Barbourville mad known. and Little Ones West End News fat Cattle Feeders May Ship To , ever of CeiaUy said, eunofficially, that The Big Minstiels gave a per- - Only Highest Quality Weed Brings it was Of i a pjaa to open the pens to shipment Markets Now Question Hon. Georjrp E. Stone, of l)nn- Crab Orchard, Dc. 4. formauce at the college here on the Hustonville, Dec. 4. 7 Satisfactory Prices Lincoln 0 night of the 21st, that was greatly The death of Mr. T. B. Culton ville, one of the ablest lawyers and Dave B. Watson, of the Rolling from southern states consigned to Reimbursement for Losses Growers Top Markets other than Kentucky points for im cast a gloom over our little city, best know!u democrats in this part Fork section, eleven miles west of enjoyed by a crowded house. The County Judge James P. Bailey on mediate slaughter had been recom-I'rida- y where for many years he has re- of the state, was in Stanford, on here in Casey county, lost his house j troupe is made up of local talent, A large number oL Lincoln counmorning received a telegram mended. Only such shipments would sided. Mr. Culton was at one time legal business a short time Thurs- and contents and two children, five and their performances are said to ty tohaeto men attended the openone of the brightest members of the day. The name of Col. Stone is being and three years old, were burned to be well worth the price of admisJ rum the government's cattle in- - he handled, ing sale- - at the two Danville warebar, having served his native city, heard in connection with the nomi death. Mr. Watson was out getting sion. .spector that the quarantine against Price- - realicl Rev. C. T. Claunch. who attended houses Wedne-d.i- y ELLISBURG Barbourville, as one of its lawyers. nation tor Attorney General on the wood and Mi's. V atsou was out Linoln county had been lifted and) under those of He had many friends here whp next democratic state ticket. Inl milking. When they discovered the General Association of the Baptists were that jat cutle may now be shipped ,. u v.,t,.n !,., nhmit. re deeply la- -t but buyer- - -- av that the deplored his failing health. this connection, Col. Stone says flames bursting out of their home, at Somerset, speaks in the highest to maiket. All ut the counties in covered from the burns she re- His children had him removed to an that when he was here Thursday immediately rushed for the house. terms of the Somerset people, and quality of the weed offered has for Xentuiky except 40 in the infected in trying to rescue her two the mo- -t part been very poor. The area hae been releusd from quar- little children, that were burned ta , tnfirmaiy in Louisville in hopes of the matter was brought to his at- The mother tried to enter the house says that it was the opinion of all highest price at the People- - house, prolongiing his life, but his weak tention by Congressman Harvey and get her dear little ones, present that - wa- - the be- -t meetantine death, together with their home. itself Helm, who suggested to him that he but was kept back by her husband, ing of the kind ever held in the state" wa- - paid for a Lincoln crop, that co ndition soon manifested .. On Tuesday Gov. McCreary relast aunaav. Jiucn svmnaiuv is ex- - 41UU AC s1ia1 tJWll. MLl.L ImltKi tiL'fm would make very available alid who realized that it was impossible He said there were more preachers Ken Martin, near Turnersville. who oil Iia Ull.ll atn .i ff ai MV.., I""-ceived word iroin the Secretary of tended the bereaved parents. j there. He was buried in Barbour-- i -- plendid timber for the Attorney to enter the burning house, which than you could shake a at put l.flOO pound- - on the market and of Agriculture stating that he had got an average of l: cent- - a pound The sale of the estate of the late! made arrangements to release from J. F. Alstott was held at the old ville cemetery. His children, Bane and Generalship. Col Stone took the was ready to fall in at any time. and a large majority of them of the for it. S. B. Sander-- , of Hubble, :gi;e-tion A. Y. Culton and Mrs. Sparrow atof the Congressman un- After the fire had burned low, the bigge- -t kind f minds. federal quarantine all Kentucky home SU0 pound- Things cents. at 10 last " Wednesday. Miss' Ophelia Mobley, of McKin-ne- y der 'consideration but is not vet bodies of the two children were locount":- except the following: Ken- brought satisfactory prices. The tended his funeral. ' Thc highc- -t price paid during the came down on Sunday afterMi's. Oliver Smith and Mr. Frank ready to say whether he will be a cated and taken out of the burning ton, Campbell., Boone, Giant. Galla- stock of good was bought bj Step hm-- e olT Illinois, are visiting candidate or not embers. Both of the bodies were noon, Xov. 22d. and organized a day at the Danville Tobacr of tin, Carroll, Owen, ScotJ, Bourbon, hen Peyton ajid Frank Coppage, j . '""c-'J but only good cent- -, was 1" badly burned, the arms and heads W. M. U. at the Baptist church. She parents and sister here. Fayette, Jessamine. Woodford. Hen- wno win continue business at tne cause grade- - ot tobaco are bringing being entirely separated from the js working1 for the mis-io- n BEECH GROVE Miss Lulu Jones and Miss Jewel ry, Franklin, Trimble, Oldham, Shel old stand. that approach price- - paid last bodies. Mrs. Watson is in a very under the supervision of Dr. W. D. Goodman spent Thanksgiving at by, Anderson, Washington, Nelson, G. W. Singleton, oC Henry n. Mrs. At that, the price.-- paid oi Mr. and Mrs. Will Reynicrson, of ... t i o i iv and ha- - been sea-oli'.i. serious condition, due to the burns Powell, of Loui-vill- e, Stanford with Miss Ila Ne .viand. weaue, D.inviUe opcucci, It cueijsoii, vi&jte(1 ville, Ind., was the guest of Mrs. J. relatives here the Dunulle break.-- were several she received while trying to enter assitraed the duty of organizing the Mr. and Mr- -. Hill Buchanan, of iayior, Thanksgiving. clarion, Jiaraiii, y S. Davis. indies of the Itapti-- t churche- - of cent.-- higher than were paid at LexLouisville, came down to spend the house after her little ones. Green, Hart, Grayson, Breckinridge, Miss Estill Miracle visited her Thanksgiving ington at the opening sale- - on TuesMiss Roxie Spangler is visiting Frank Hunn weighed up the 84 this section -o that a better m with their mother and Eduiou-o- u. Metcnlte, Barren. Allen, parents in Liberty Thanksgiving. day. head of hogs that he had been feed- of wnrk might be inaugurated. She rather ;nd tiic good people of Crab frieiils and relntii.es in Virginia. Warren, Logan, Simpson and Todd. Eliza Murphy and OrclrUtl certainly exerted themselare raging in this ing for A. W. Carpenter for the is said to be quite efficient in the Forest fires The most rigid inspection and Mollie Murphy were in Lebanon last ves to make their stay pleasant. section. past few weeks, which weighed 8b" work, and is meeting with success. HUGHES & MARTIN SELL OUT , mmr.iuliuc yill be kept over these week. Rev. C. T. Claunch has resigned Mi- -. M. K. Fish gave a" buffet lunMr. John Roberts, of Paint Lick, pounds when he received them on counties. The infected and ex G M. Lyons, cf Lancaster, To Run Mr. Charles Wood, of Mercer '.") th, Mr. Hunn returned them 'ts pastor of the Bapti-- t church here posed cattle will be killed and burn- county, was here hunting- last week cheon in honor of their visit, which was visiting Frank Likens Sunday. Xov. Stores Here '.and There sal-"-s A Mis. Hunter and Mrs. Stigall, o to Mr. Carpenter weighing 1G7 to take effect Jan. ed wherever possible. The state will and visited the family of W. A. was elegantly served. Chicken fruit salad, beaten biscuit, cheese Crab Orchard, visited Mrs. Edd. pounds, which was an average of meeting of the church will be held Lave lo pay U per cent of the cost Spragens. Hughes & Martin, old their dry ball- -, pickles and coffee was the Stigall last week. SI pounds per head.. Mr Hiuin took Saturday, Dec. 12th. when likely a of the value of the cattle as apMr. Dodd Skinner of Hu st on ville pastor for next year will be called. good- - store ou Mam street. Stanfir it ci.ur-- c and delightful cakes praised. Mrs. Oliver Smith, of Chesterfield them back the other day to feed a was here hunting last Aveek. Rev. Luther Young, of Adair ford, la- -t week, to G. M. Lyons, of and custard thc second. All present, ill., is at home visiting her parents, few more weeks. Gov. McCreary will endeavor to Mr. W. (.'. Alstott has returned has county, preached at the Yosemite Lancaster, and the store The child of Mr. and Mr. Ray secure the appraised valuL. of the from a business trip to Lexington. had a delightful time. Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Spangler. ( hri-tibeen closed for thc pa- -t few days church Sunday. It is Mr- -. Sparrow and A. Y. Culton who has been so 111 with pneu cattle that must be slaughtered in Mr. T. A. Reynierson of Kings-wooMr. Tom Stigj'll ha built some Ball, that he is likely to be while iu dicing has been going on. were vrMi their mother Monday. monia, is considerably better. this state. If the amount js reasonis visiting: here for a few recently bought the Mis-.'-Gilbert of Richmond and more to his store house lately. able, he will likely give Jesse Rout of Turncrsville, sold called to the pastorate of that Mr. Lyons Brown, days. Mrs. Nannie Smith and brother, church. f R. S. at Lancaster, ami Mrs. of the same place to the cattle men that they will be Messrs. L. F. Steele and J. R. Msitcd Blanton, Mr. S. Mahan, oj Williamsburg, at- his house and lot in Riffe town, ha- This: been some pumpkin will operate both t Mrs. Culton, reimbursed. Spragens are on a hunting trin near church ;at Crab Orchard just across the big bridge, opposite year, aud we have noticed in the conducting them on plans Mr. Ivon Fish entertained a few tended A. M .Five's to Miss Sarah Curtis Senator Camden lias advised the Middiebur". Sunday. and '.iiioting prices, which, he -- ay-, Tnteiioor Journal, that several have friend at a splendid dinner Thursgovernor that in his judgment it Mr. J. S. Davis, wife and daugh- for iS00. Possession Jan. 1st. air. and JUrs. Walter Ullis visit-- ! day. le - a husthern reported a- - weiuhim: from .") will get the bussine-- s. would be wise to with ed relatives in Hustonville recently. G. C. Dunn, of Xashville, Tenn., to ter visited at Silas Durham's Sun80 pounds which were eymblings. ler ami will be cordially welcomed to Miss Roy Hunt and Miss Gentry the Secretary of Agriculture, as is spending a few days with his compared with pumpkin- Mr. Will Minor and famiiv will raised in the community. Xeither L. R. Hughes spent Thanksgiving day. sugiic-that is, to assure the shortly move to Glasgow to reside. of Brodhead Mrs. Mary Shaw: visited her son, parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Dunn. this It is estimated that a nor Wm Maitin, late proprietors of cattle meu that they will be reim- Their many friends will regret to with Miss Daisy Hunt. Dr. H. S. Chase has rented Miss thousand carloads were grown on the stoic, have decided just yet Misses Kalherine Middleton and James Shaw and ateuded church bursed for the cattle killed at f0 see them go. Jessie Powell's! property in the West. Green River Yallev from here to whether they will engage in another 'Mary Gray went to Georgetown to at Been Grove Sunday. per cent of their appraised value. MissesMr. Frank Spimgler of Arizona, End of town and will practice in Dnnnville. and farmers along the business here, or .not. Anna Mav and Ruhv rend Thanksgiving and had a most . II - .-, iL. il..i II memoa is esen- - Harrison are home from school at i.iai mi, came in Thanksgiving to visit hi3 this and other surrounding commun- valley only gathered the lai- -j est. enjoyable time. tial to protect, the remainder of the Columbia. parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Spang, ities. Dr. Early- - subject at the Bapsuch a- - would weigh 100 pounds and There will be an exchange and slate from the quarantine. , Mrs. Joseph Wileher has been ler. Mrs. C. R. McCorniaek and son, ut, leaving the smaller ones to rot tist hurch Sunday morning will be bazaar held in Mrs. Tatem's millinThe Secretary of Agriculture quite sick for several weeks. Mr. Tom Scottjand Mr. Willie C. of Danville have been the guests of' in the fields. l'): &. The Christian's Peace--Joh- n ery shop, on Saturday, December at Washington was very firm in re- - "Uncle Billy'- Milk is very Elam, of Spaisey, were callers in relatives and friends here. The editor of the Casey County the suggestion of Com- - Me. He is about the oldest citizen 12 by the' Ladies Aid of the Chris- our midst n Lexington Visitors Entertained Miss Bess Holtzclaw, of Stan-lor- News like a spoiled child flys off tian church. We want everybody to ,jnissioner J. AV Newman that the imthis community; Miss the handle eveA' time'he is'cbnVct was the guest of Misses Blain and especially that our memMissea Luclnda and TIizubyth. federal government should pay the Mr. G. F. Cunningham, who sold attend ea of doing. He ''clouded Lutes eutertained in honor of their bers in the country will try to come. weeek to spend the winter in Louis- and Allen last week. whole value of the slaughteied eat- - his farm at this place to Marshall Anything contributed will be gladly ville. Misss Montie Taylor, of Danville, up" last week and came back at in visitors. Thanksgiving night. Those tie, according to a dispatch from Ellis, of Bradiordsville. has 'Misses Bertha Davis and Cora n. his usual pettish mood because present were. Miss Mabel Gum. ot appreciated. Countiy is the visitor of Mrs. James Yowell. He said Kentucky ly purchased a farm in Boyle coun-wa- s received and Durham were in Crab Orchard Sunwe dared to correct his report of Leintou, Mis.-e- s prodiu e as well as fancy aiticles Anna Floyd, Mrs. Helen Huflmau is back the first state th tough a duly ry. the vote iu the recent election in Ella Burnett. Amu Barker, of Huscan be disposed of and we want day afternon. home after three weeks' to her authorized official, to suggest any. Mrs. G. W. Spangler tells us of this county. In making the cor- tonville. .Misses Cora Xunuelley, everyone to help irrit. plan other than the lf quite a fine parsnip she raised in niece, Mrs. Meliie Gibbs at Wash- rection we did not intimate that Bessie Hill. Messrs. Wilbur Gum, J. WAYNESBURG Mr. Bui eh Buchanan, of Louiswhereby the government and state ington, D. C. Mr. Thomas had prevaricated, but B. Fisher, of Lexington. Hudson Mr. Wallace Reynolds came homo ville, and Miss Jean Buchanan her garden this year. It weighed three S. A. Walker, our undertaker, are each to supply equal portions and one-ha- lf pounds. Who can beat since thinking the matter over we Bohon, Ane Baruett. Allen R. Evfrom llliuoL-- Sunday where he has came home to spend Thank-givin- g of the cattle redemption fundT received one of the highest marks this lady raising parsnips? are persuaded that his actions were ans, of Hustonville, Bryan Brad-shamother. with their In a telegram to Senator Ollie been workiug. i A large crowd was present at the of. 40 applicants, .who took the a litth; ''shady," because three isBrowninjr and chil- Mrs. Bessie Roy Singleton snenr. Tioinksoiv. Howard New land, Misses .lame- -, examination at Louisville sues of his the Senator to insale of G. W. Durham and all stock paper had gone to his n, were with her mg with Mr. A. L. Foster at Huston- - dren of Living-toand Elizabeth LiXes. Desomething that troduce a bill to force the governlast week. This is sold went for good prices. leaders since he reported the re- lightful ices and cakes were served. mother, Mrs. Kate Magee this week. iille. jOf for ment to redeem all, Conimissi,eer Miss Ella Hoskins and sister. our town has been in need publican majority to have be&i HIT i)r- - Frank Robbins and wife left Miss Cora Xunuelley entertained Mr. W. R Reynolds recieved news Newman declared the question to Mrs. Amanda Hell were in Crab Or- many years. and no correction had been made on Saturday evening in honor of week tor Alllc's ('ltvJ Montana, be -- olcly an interstate one. Secre of the death of his father, Mr. Hen-!la- st Carl Hicks, son of Xathan Hi,cks, and perhaps chard Saturday shopping. would never hae been Ah-s- eLute- M'ss Mabel tary Houston told Senator James, r- Rcynold-- s in Marathon, Ohio, to make it thejr future home. We repike, has made hiid not out on the Middle-burMrs. W. M. Davis is on the sick we mentioned it in the Gum and Mes-r- -. gret exceedinly to give them up and Wilbur Gum and who b:id been quite sick with pneumonia lnm ,.ii.t "h?c off;, mst week. cohunus of the Interior Journal. Mr. J. B. Fi-hhope they will prosper, j list this week. iALr. and Mrs. W. R. Sinulufon vis. j sincerely of Lexington, at a 00 bettude would be toward such a bill, for the past Aveek, but is some .1'ihoinu-is publishing a newspaper party. Tho-- e present weie Mis-- es l.-- l nappy in ineir new seieeeiion hat this was not so. "Tim epidemic ited her brother G. A. Caldwell i ter at this time. DAVIS' STORE and Jus readers are entitled to the Luciuda and Elizabeth Lutes. i ol a uome. - u- -t now decidedly a state, local iimiiksiuvinir Miss Sarah M. Good, of Lexing" rles Reed lias been sick Mr and Mrs. Arthur Caldwell are! Mrs- J. X. Durham has rented the J.! ion, came home Saturday niirht to truth, however painful it may be for Gum, Rubie Montgomery. Mary D. and individual matter in Kentucky, two J;. Lineh farm ior the coining year see her parents, Mr. and Mis. J. P. him t gie it. and Margaret Beck. Mi e- - Met calf. 1 should think," said he. "If the lejoieing over the arrival of a little for trs- - weeks. Dunn is Our informant had not examined Misse.-- Ella Burnett Ama Barker, Katheriue no better and has moved to it. Good. federal government should giiurun-tin- e daughter in their home. the returns at the clerk's oHice Mes r- -. J. B. Wilbur Gum. 'IM. Mr. Henry Sims, of Somerset, j at tllis writing, .i..r.,.. i:rt. ....... As far as Ae know Thanksgiving Kentucky individually, all the stilt; . iiiu ....1.. wl A'i.iri.vi;i; iiuiu ua .....u when he asked us to correct the reIr and Mrs tto,Jert White luiVe passed off without any accidents j attended aind ecry thing sold well Hudson Bohou. Ray Tanner. Orie other -- tales would do the same and visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. port a.-- sent out by the Xews, but Harnett, Allen R. Evans. Howard ,Jotl1 l,l'" vcri' sick ut tlu-'illum, and with very little game killed. Tipton Sims last week. j He will move to Stanford in a short was guided by :hc would be a condition of lt the reports as they Xewland, Robert Xunnelley. Mis Mr. Alfred Fanner, of Neal'sine',r Ucr-- ' but we hol)e ther wili Waiter James and family, of In- - time to take charge of the that would certainly be in came iu ou the night of the elec- Luciuda Lutes made the highest Creek, was the Ov"- - nr f.. niivvisoon be out again. fa-- ! pilce i has movtd to his frIIf.st v Tii.. ......i,i h. trastate, engineering system of which , rri.4IW-Ufc. WA..A ItUUlU WC Delightful refreshments David Payne of Barbour-pen- t ther'a old home place, where he will! he has been appointed to serve for tion, which showed a majority of ,,., of .. .Slll"rlf!l:i l....il,l 1I...1 llll :iMmp ll'irl ''I ,.' l..f rti. i!. ...1.1,1 217. Xow it will he seen that he ices and cake-- - were served by the Thanksgiving with Mrs. probably reside ville. week. Tliev -- joenf tlu Hium . ....... Iinnf;.. j ..i..lii;,..i ....-- . the next 12 mouths. 4 ....u Mii." ...0. only mi-sit 17 votes while John hostess in her Usual charming manA. J. Manuel, who has been livJU!,? oeaie rraekett, ot btan- - Reuben Bronaugh. Jr. secretary told Senator James lie The Middleburg pike, under the su- Henry and his paper missed it 80. ner. Mr. J. D. Steenbergen is holding ing in Garrard county for the last pervision of Squire J. K. Helm is that he would be dead against such ior taught school for Mr. Oliver a series of meetings at the court five years, is building on bis land in better condition than it has been Xow, iu conclusion, we want to say Singleton Friday. a bill, and the Senator remarked MAPLE SWAMP Mr. Marion Caldwell is working uouse aml von wiU be welcome to here with the intenteion of moving for a long time and hopes are that that we accept John Henry statelater that there was no ment as to the true majority 223, 31 r. and attend and will go away bonef it ted. lo it in the near future. Mrs. Clarence Hatfield lope of procuring the legislation lH le depot at Nicholasvile. the Squire will continue his good ai'd if there was any prevaricating and Otis and Stella Grifnu visited A. L. Ividd and OUie Kidd have work in that line. A great many Misi Sallie Gooch and nephew,! with the Secretary in that frame of Cutting at Sugar Creek Meeting bought the tract of land held by the sore heads think tbyt this work was done by us, which did the biggest relative- - near Eubank last week. Gooch, were the guests of! inind. Mr. Houstozi said that he prevaricating and why, did --Mr. Mrs. Alonzo and Miss Cora Pad-j,e- tt lf considered the lihin MriS !! H. Singleton Thanksgiving, i Henry Poynter was cut from the Lyons Lumber Co., for $1,100 and a rough job, but it now shows what Thomas prevaricate at all with the and Scott Singleton spent Suncrown of his head to the point of are pieparing to put in a large crop it well bL. when the proper finish is figures right satisiactory and that congress has luo under his nose? We day at Zacheriah Padgett's. Mr. and Mrs. T S. Reynolds and j his cheek by a son of "Kessy" of tobacco next year. put on later. lieietoloie approved it. The ask the readers of this article to Mr. Chri- - Di-hhas moved into childien were the guests of Mr. and; Howard at Sugar Creek school-Mr- s. Mr. G. D. Boone, who has bought Mrs. Arthur Spragens and daugh- Judge retary has wired Gov. for themselves. Ins new dweliug which he has just W. It Singleton Sunday. that he ha.-- changed his mind about house, where Ed Hubbard wa.-- the James Holtzclaw place, is pre- ter, of Ellisburg were here shopping completed. Messrs. T. S. Reynolds and Hun-- j preaching Tuesday night. Dr. G. G. paring lo move at once. His host of last week. the of an extra session of GENEVA Mi.--s Mabel Smith has returned to ley Singleton were in Stanford Sal-- , Perry was called about 9 o'clock friends wel come him back in Ibis McCreary county, Dr. Weddle, of the legislature on the grounds that We are having a little rain in her home in Chicago, after spending neighborhood, as he is an awful was here last week in view of locaj night and dressed the wound, taking it would take too long to accom- urday on business. this part. a few weeks with friends and relaMr.. J. H. Acton attended the buri- - 18 stitches. Poynter will come in good man. ting in our midst at an early date. plish the purpose desired, hi this Mr. Jesse Ratcliff was the guest tives here. S. L. Doan, who has been in Ille, connection, the Secretary in his tel- al of hi.-- cousin, John Acton at: tomorrow and hae the wound of Miss Estill Yocum Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jame.-- Griffiin and Ky. j ed. Traylor Jones egram suggested that the matter can Howard is a nephew of Berry inois, for the last two years 1ms Misses Stella and Pearl Peck daughter, Stella and Mi-- s Bessie Miss Gertie Foley, of Science Hill, 'Howard. What started the trouble come back, but is . undecided as to be handled n another way. The Richmond Register had the were the guests of Miss Rhoda Peck McGuffey were visitors at Mr. Xed whether he will stay in Kentucky or have visited her uncle. H. X: Cluunch and is not known. 'Governors of all stales following, last week, which is of Sunday. Wright's Sunday. go back to Illinois in the spring. inven assurance of reimbursement w,e last week. Miss Mabel Reed and Miss Liz- -j much interest here, where the bride Mr. Oliver Padgett is buildiug a B. and Mrs. II. X. Claunch, Miss' GOOD shows tonight and tomorrow Kusscll, who is a boiler and Mr: by state, which has been accepted wa born and reared, being a daugh- ?.ie M. A alls spent the day with Mr. new dwelling house -pert, is a boiler and Can uertic loiry and Miss Xora Sorrel! by people," he telegraphed. Traylor. She Coffman Miss Martha Ollish visited Miss ylu not do this? On second thought visited relatives at Kings' Moun- - Why They Recommend Foley's engine for Win Anderson, which has ter of the late John mother, Mrs. and Mrs. Sam Moore was Sunday. Miss Fannie resided with her up to see Amelia Benke Sunday and attended has been condemned for the scrap pile Honey and Tar tsis seems to be absolutely thc only tam Friday. Miss Ar- Marion Caldwell, came home! for several years. He says that it Clare Doty Traylor at Richmond for; day. Floience Afford awhile Sun- church at Ottenheim. p a v.ka solution." rri;f several years. The Register said: Mr. R. Johnson went to Somerset . Senator James explained that the from Aunadel, Tenh., Saturday, ' nrnd' results., will j.un like a new one. the Mr. Estill W'alls is the guest of Monday on business. Earl B. Jones, of Louisville, an em-- 1 j Mrs. Jane Coleman, who has been of w!tere he has been at work in the de always cures severe colds, sore governor i'.ould issue & A., and Miss his sister, Mrs. Bud Walls. Mrs. Addie Padgett visited Mrs. sick for the last three or four months ployee of the L. a. promise to pay, which could be re. Pt. chest and lungs and does not con- . Polly Traylor of this city were marTildes u Bertha Carrier. j i?i. grana ai: rs i oy ,1 in better health. u me uexw .couture .!... ccomea iuaS Keep It Handy For Rheumatism tain opiates or harmflu drugs Dr. is ried Thanksgiving morning at the Mr. Una Graybeal and family vLs son Barrett Caldwell, yrsited Mr. ass,mblc3. , John ft. Taylor, Luthersville, Ga- .,Xo use to squirm and wince ana ited relatives at Somerset Sunday. E. B. Smith. The residence of Mr. -, GOOD shows tonight and tomorrow Fcueral :nsPectos have iccob.- and "Mis. Arthur Caldwell Saturday ; becauSe believe it to be an honest bride is the bookkeeper of the local try to wear out Rheumatism. It will SEE "Our Mutual Girl" tonight. , , mended It Washington He reopen- - and Sunday mcdicine aud it satisies my pa. telephone company, and is an at wear you out instead. Apply some Prompt AcL'cn WW Step Ywr CMtfh Mr. C. C. Gooch is able to be out ing of the Bourbon stockyards at tron W. L. Cook, Ncihart, Mont tractive and alreomplished young Sloan's Liniment. Need not nib it j When you first catch a Cold A Test for Liver Complaint ww e are giaa to state. ; because "it gives the best results wnicu uas ueeu s.osu Louisvine, lady. The groom is a splendid and in just let it penetrate all through foften -; by use pens IO smpmem s Aioti wumfor coughs and colds of anything I Mentally Unhappy Physically Dull worthy young man. Many friends the affected parts, relieve the sore- cough indicated up a sneeze or Yoiir Cold lc nannnrnne J, break it at once. The The Liver, sluggish and inactive, extend hearty congratulations. sell." Every user is a friend. For ness and draw the pain. You get idea that uIt does not Break It Up Now matter" of Checks Crwip Instantly first shows itself in a mental state sale by all druggists. ease at once and feel so much better ten leads to serious complications. A Cold is readily catching. A run-An- d You know croup is dangerous. unhappy and critical. Never is yon want to go right out and tell The remedy which immediately Best Far Kidneys Says Dtcter and you ought to know too, the down system is susceptible to Germs, there joy in livng. as when the TREES other sufferers about Sloan's. Get easily penetrates the lining You owe it to yourself and to T. It. Neal, Greenville, S. C, of th sense of security that comes from Fruit and shade trees, Shrubs. Stomach and Liver are doing their Dr. J. a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for throat is the kind denanded. Dr. Foley's Honey and Tar ers of your household to fight the Grape .Vines, Rhubarb, Asparagus, work. Keep your Liver active and says that in his 30 years of experi- 25 cents of any druggist and have Compound in the house. It cuts the Germs at once. Dr. Bell's thing for Orchard, Lawn and Gar- healthy by using Dr. King's New ence he has found no preparation it in the house against Colds, sore King's New Discovery soother the mucus atod clears away the Honey is fine for Colds and Coughs, den. No agents. Free catalogs. H. Life Pills; fney empty the Bowels for kidneys equal to Foley Kidney and Swollen Joints, Lumbago, Sci irritation loosens the phlegm. Tom phlegm, stop the strangling cough It loosens the Mucous, stops the F. HHtenmeyer Sens, Lextofttn, freelv.j tone ud your Stomach, cure Pill. In 50c. .and $1.00 sizes. Best atica and like ailments. Tour money feel better at once. "It seemed to i reach the very spot of my Cough" easy breathing and Coughs and soothes the Lungs. It's Kentucky. and gives your Constipation and pnrify tfia you can buy for backache, rheuma- - bn?fe not satisfied, but it does is one of many honest tVm. kidney and' bladder ailments. testimonials. and quiet sleep. Every user is a guaranteed. Only 25c. at your Drug-friea- d. Blood. 25. at Druggists. Bncklen'x instant relief. Buy IsOe at your Drugsfet. j gist by all druggist. sab; GtOOD shows tonight and tomorrow Arnica Salve excellent for Piles. For sale by all druggist; bottle no-cun- t . I J ! con-idera- bly -c- n-011. ...;,,,, i- ! i " -t- old 1- -2 - Svr-.n- -, 1- -2 lig-ur- e- - - -- sy-te- Me-daiue- s v - u, 1- -t. bu-ine- an od d, s tabli-hmen- ts, up-to-d- ate 1 i- co-oper- K W - -.- 1 - bee-pudiati- ng S'., SrpouVleUt d- u-- reccnt-ttashmglo- -- half-and-ha- ! w. ! I em-balme- Lu-eiu- da a-k- ing vi-ito- rs, -' lcL-pd -- T1 er, 5 M-ib- i- -- ! Fi-h- er, rc-u- " J I turn-dianapol- is, i,,.!,-...-- .. . -- - -- ed 1 I con-couen- tlv -- lialf-and-ha- J Sec-MeCre- on ! eii-cae- dress-Clarenc- ' G-- . over-hauli- ng - ro wt w 1 "e . i, ! oth-havi- ng Pine-Tar-thi- ck I lv Sv v THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCY. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1914. The Interior Journal HOW FRENCH PEOPLE CURE STOMACH TROUBLE The Federal Reserve Act Increases the Powers and Privileges of 8HELTON M. 8AUFLEY Proprietor IN ADVANCE $1 A TEAK BTtUCTLiY Entered at the pottoffiee tecond elate mail matter. at Stanford a NATIONAL and by special permit member BANKS POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Interior Journal is authorized to announce the following candi- banks may act as TRUSTEE, EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR or REGISTRAR and may also conduct a dates for office, SAVINGS DEPARTMENT When the necessary regulations 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. Democratic 1915: For Circuit Judge C. A. HARDIN, of Mercer cbuuty. (MAS. C. FOX of Boyle connty. For Commonwealth's Attorney E. V. PURYEAR, of Boyle County. R. W. KEENON, of Mercer county. Beautiful Tribute to Col. Walton subject to the August, primary in A household remedy of the French peasantry, consisting of pure vegetable oil, and said to possess wonderful merit in the treatment of stomach, liver and intestinal troubles, has been introduced in this country by George H. Mayr, who for twenty years has been one of the leading down town druggists of Chicago and who himself was cured by its use. So quick and effective is its action that a single dose is usually enough to bring pronounced relief in the most stubborn cases and many people who have tried it declare they never heard of anything to produce such remarkable results in so short a time. It is known: as Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy and can now be had at almost any drug store. It is now sold here by Penny's Drug Stoie and Druggists Ev erywhere 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 to BEST SHOE or Sunday Shoe-Sh- oes 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 looking shoe, black or tan in button or lace at "FRECKLES" The Landis Christmas Savings Club Mill start December 1st and will bear 3 per cent interest for 1915. s Lincoln County National Bank "Corner Next to Court House" Stanford, Ky. Attention Ladies ! 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 we cculd save our customers money. Come and see these coats and you will see something new. ! ROBINSONS Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank, Here Next Tuesday Night. The Lexington Herald wjth which Col. W. P. Walton has been connectThe next attraction at the Opera ed for some time as editorial writer, House here Tuesday night., Dec. 8th had the following beautiful tribute will be "Freckles' dramatized from to him, the day after he announced as a candidate for the democratic the popular novel by Gene Strattonnomination for Secretary of State: Porter. author of 'The Girl of the! Colonel V. P. Walton having an- Liinberlost" and ''The Harvester," nounced his candidacy for the Dem- with special incidental music apd ocratic nomination for Secretary song numbers by Anatol Friedland, of State, this column of the Herald the celebrated Viennese composer, desires to go on record at this earl- interspersed throughout the action iest possible moment as unalterably of the play. in favor not only of his nomination "Freckles," the play, is a faithful but of his election. dramatization of this popular story, fellow and follows closely the story of the Not merely because of the feeling that obtains between one book, all of the characters being renewspaper man and his uoinrade in produced in the stage version. It is service do we ben leave in our hum- said to be even wider in its appeal ble way to ehampion his cause, but than was the novel wliis has had an The story of because as a citizen his hands are onormous sale. life' "Freckles" has to do with a desertclean and as an editor his best efforts have been dedicated to ed, frieaaless youth of 19 or 20 the upbuilding of his native state; with only one hand, but a heart of because he lias served his people gold, lie tramps into Limberlost, fearlessly, ably, with clear head and goes to the camp of the GraniTRap-- ! single-hearte- d purpose, and because ids Lumber Company, and .liter a! since the halcvon days when he little vexatious obstruction, gets to! bis firt licking for tying the elose quarters with the boss, Mcshirttails of his boyhood compan- Lean. The latter soon recognizes ions in hard kinds while they were in the boy, notwithstanding his "in swimmin" until this good hour, physical handicap, the making of a lie has ne.er run from a fight, though faithful guardian of the company's he has never started one and neither property. physically imr morally docs he fear McLean becomes conscious that any man, bea- -t or devil that walks he has discovered the man he wants, this earth. and Freckles takes up his duties, Money can not buy Walton. Pow- which involve almost incessant solier can not awe him. lie i,-- as tender tary watching. Timher thieves invade the as a child with his friends, generous with his enemies, but uncomproand Freckles has many a mising to the end if lie believes he is ticklish job in dealing with them. right. His introduction into the wild life Colonel Walton is a "yellow dog" oi the swamp and thicket, with its -ed $2.50 and $3.00 Nxt comes the the popular shoethe mest extensively advertised shoe in the world at WALK-OVER, $3.50, $4.00 $4.50 and $5.00 all leathers, all colors, in reyu far lace, blind eyelets or button then the NETTLETON, the master shoe of them all. Reynlar tops and bottoms in OVER - $6.00 Extra heavy three full soles to heel $6.50 H. J. McROBERTS HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT The People's Market Place Adver tise What You iave to Sell J At last we Lave a " razor good enough to Guarantee for Life SEE "Our Mutual Girl" tomulit. HATS at co:-- t. Miss Eila Maj D4-tl- ". Saunders. Christmas presents at Mueiler's Jewelry Store, Stanford. ROOMS fur rent Jan ture. over Y. 11. Higgin Tungsten Shumate's any face and adapted to$2.75 any beard. and shapes to Sizes fit FOR SALE EY Lim-berlo- sr, lt 1J14 9."- -J Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Democrat and is proud of it. Assuming that the cardinal principles of his party couldn't be wrong, he never swerved in his duty to its nominees to the finand fought whole-hearte- d ish. He has suffered many defeats hut has nevei been overwhelmed. He is loyal as a Roman soldier, no less Rex Coal Black Star Black Crescent All hot, free Boners No soot, few ashes brave, and is as true as steel. For our honored, and in a different sense, beloved comrade the "evening lamp is lit," but still shines brightly far down the peaceful valley of the passing years; so that this belated honor will be more gratifying it it comes after service unstintedly rendered and entitled to recognition. If he wins this race, victory will be only just meed of recognition for loyalty when others faltered and when loyalty was like gold. REX COAL YARDS H. L. PERKINS, Prop., Successor to E. B. Denham BALL BAND OVERSHOES made with Snow Excluders Water cannot seep in at the side. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky, What They Think of Him at Home (From Ilarrodj-bnrLeader) After the solicitations of many friend? County Attorney Rodman W. keenon lias determined to make the race for Commonwealth's Attorney for this district. Mr. Keenon has made a splendid record as eountv sit- 'torney of Mercer county, has trained invaluable experience llI1(! developed into a brilliant and veiy able young lawyer. Like ino.it Kentucky boys he is ambitious to climb the political ladder and verv few voungf men in Jtlie Stal0 have the ability to better discern the 'shins of the times" politically. The office of Common, wealth's Attorney, while not so lu-alive, enables one to demonstrate his offiHency and worth and make a naie for hinwelf over an almost g e; transition from initial terror to continuing study and delight, his trials, dangers, temptations, his love affair with a very charming-- girl, and his associations with characters designated in the story as the Bird Woman, Angel, McLean, Mr. and Mrs. Duncan, Black , JackJVessner, the man of affairs7andffies make up a story that is full of adventure, love, intrigues, tender pathos and delightful humor. , Those who have read "Freckles" will want to see it in play form, and those who have not read it will find the play one worth while. Producer' A. G. Delamater has given the play magnificent scenic equipment, as there are splendd opportunities of- -' fered in presenting the picturesque' scenes' of- the Limberlost country. A thoroughly capable company of players is promised by the manage- -' ' ment. - IiOfJS FOR SALE A lot of good fat hogs. Apply at this office. 94tf. is the time and Mueller's is the place for presents. NOW V. 9G-t- d U. a Chrifct-m- LADIES Get ready for the Uu- zaar. Opens in the early part ot , December. Miss Ella May ba under. NOTICE All persons indebted to me, will please tail and settle at once, as I want to wind up my busi-l ness. J. F. CUMMINS. !)- Moves Pkae 54. Heaters "' s GEO. H. FARRIS. Stanford, Kentucky Insure vour orooertv with Bromlev & Eromlev. - Stanford. Kv. BRACELETS, bracelets, Avatehes, locketr, lavallieres, cuff button, etc. at Meul-ler- 's fob, toilet sets, et C-t- d. TO TRADE Administrator's Notice ber for a horse not over seven years old and a good worker. D. F.roughton, K. D. J Crab Orchard. I want to trade lum- SALTONE AT AH persons having claims against desirable KENT Very FOU the estate of J. J. McKinney, deceased, will present same to the rooms at a reasonable price with undersigned administrator properly private front entrance. Apply at M-- 2 proven by law and those indebeted thsi office. to the estate will settle. WALTER turkeys; SALiE Bronze FOR 95-3MeKINNEY .Adrar. hens .2 or two for 2.7"). toms $3, Mrs. A. J. Gooch. Stanford, li. F. D. Notice to Odd Fellows J).V2p 1, Phone 8 F. 50. All members oil the Stanford Lodge I. O. 0. F. are tequested to be ladies' watches, and GENTS present at the next regular meeting clocks etc. at and silverware 95-tTuesday night, Dec. Sth. Important Mueller's business to attend to. W. L. Cordier, , Noble Grand, Stanford I. 0. O. F.j FOR SALE Three Jersey ! 90-- 1 Lodge No. 15G. jood ones; one givinir r.iiiu; the other two will be fresh m three and si. p W. H. Higgins' I Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES H d. -- have made bis name famous all over the United States and Canada. t Coasposed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. Parsley's Indian Herbs-- 43 Days Treatment. $1 .00 25c Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment 25c Dakota Jack's Creme Soap, Price 10c. 3 bars All on sale at s' Shu-gar- Stale-wid- e field li was only aftei enam-,paig- a. long and thoughtful consideration n that Mr. Keenon determined to ter thi race and he will make ivt Corns Quit, Pains Stop, With "Gets-It- " Quit Plasters, Salves and "Wliat-- ots. After usinpr "GETS-IT- " once you will never ajjain have occasion for asking. '"What can I do to jret rid of my corns?" "GETS-IT- " s the Crsc sure, certain corn-endever known. cr weeks. V. C. Gilliland, Kings Moun91-- L tain, Ky. LOST Between inT place on the! knob by the way of turnpike, a larire Topaz seal and clasp, on gold buckle attached. Finder will apply at Exchange Corn for Meal For one bushel of corn, we give you in exchange 47 pounds ft. r We are grinding corn now. 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. that is sure to be eeffctive. Need!cs to say that the Mem1? county Democrats who have known and loved him, will give him arousing vote. He requires no fulso?nr-eulogfrom us. We only wish the voters ofthe other three counties knew him well for they would then feel sure that he was "all wool and :i yard wide' in every way. '- DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy ORIGINATOR Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. OF PURSLEY'S INDIAN HERBS Dakota Jack' Home Address: Atlanta, Ga. this. office or to Jas. P. Bailey tor 93-- 3 reward. NOTICE All ' Wfcjr "Suffer- - -! rbcy'M Corn? Use "GETSJT' Yet" With Vukbl flKw having: persons having claims against the estate of .7. P. Chandler, deceased, will present them to me properly jxroven on or before December the 15th day. S. M. CHANDLER, Admr. 04-- 3. Don't Forget to Go to I i T. D. NEWLAND Opposite Court House POSTED Mrs. Frank Cordier, Will Cordier. II. C. Baughman, Gottlieb Benke, J. S. Hocker, S. T. Harris, Jacob" Gan- PHONE 11 der, Mrs. Mattie Hewes, J- - John ti. J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY .Anderson, Frank Smith- - ROAD CLAIMS The fiscal eonrt will meet on the 19th day of December for the purpose of allowing all turnpike claims. Claimants will file their claims with the county clerk before that date. G. B. Cooper, Clerk For your Christmas Oysters, Celery and Cranberries Telephone 168 Don't Forget "Quality' when you by thai MONUMENT Don't forget Harry Jacobs Buys Quality and Sells Quality Only TekyhMe If. 164 STANFOKD, Pains in Back and Hips Axe an. indication of kidney trouble a warning to build up the weakened kidneys, make them vigorous, rid your blood of acids and poisBeazley & Co ons. Go to your druggist for Foley Kidney Pill. In 50s. and $1.00 sizes. Sold in your town by all druggists. Gore, Ga., P. A. Morgan had occasion recently to use a liver medicine and says of Foley Cathartic Tablets: "They thoroughly cleansed UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEft my system and I felt like a new man light and free. They ar the Furniture Mattkif, Rugs. Furni- best medicine I hare ever 'taken for ture ExchaRttf ftr all Kin constipation. They keep the stomach Of Stick. sweet, liver active, bowels regular." PHONE 42 STANFORD. KY. For sale by all druggists. Lincoln County Court. AOtd J. L will realize this glorious fact. You probably are tired sticking on tape that won't stay stuck, plasters that shift themselves right onto your corn, contraptions that make a bundle of your toe and press right down on the corn. Put two drops of "GETS-IT- " on that corn in two seconds. The corn is Caen doomed as sure as night follows day. The corn shrivels. There's1 no pain, no fuss. If you think this sounds too good to be true try it tonight on ariy corn, callus, wart or bunion. "GETS-IT- " Is sold by druggists , everywhere, 25c a bottle, or sent direct by E. Lawrence & Co.. Chicago. If you have tried other things by the score and will now try "GET8-IT.you small pigs came to my; pl:u-about Sept. 1st. They now weijrh 7o or 80 pounds. Owner ean pet them bv navine for their kcepi and this notiee. JAMES STRINGER, Mack Lvtlo Plaee , R. F. D. 1 More-lan- d. FOUR e BRING ME YOUR PRODUCE SATURDAY, the 5th. 96-2- p. FARM FOR SALE. 33 acres improved, on the Stanford and Somerset pike; five room eottage, barn necessary buildings; and other solendid orchard; fine lastng wa ter. If yon want a nice little home at i GETS-I- T at a bargain see J. .C. FLORENCE,! is sold in Stanford 9!5tf Shugnxs' Drug Store. Stanford, Lock box 546. We want a carload for that date and will give special prices. i LL SANDERS, Crab Orchard. i J t"-- ! ,' . ' till ... THE INTERIOR PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Social Calendar , JOURNAL STAN FORD, KENTUCY. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1914. BEE LICK ' Dec ::. The Dixie Kook Club will meet with Mrs. Harry Hill at two o'clock. Dec 7 The Mother's Club will meet in the club rooms at 2:30. Der 'J. The Woman's ilub will meet ia the club rooms at the court lmnt.i nt. .15. O J J ! ltwL-- meet with Mrs. A. II. Severance at the home of Mrs. 11. J. McKoberts at "2 o'clock. Club Dee. 17. The Dixie Rook will meet with Mrs. J. H. Wright at 2 De. The Kook Club will o'clock. Dec. 22. Remarkable Displays WINTER STYLES 0F AN-D- people are about through ' gathering corn in this part. The 3lr. and Mx. Elbert Elder visit- -, i ed T. C. iJauiin of luail Sunday. lr. David Proctor and daughter, Lid.t visited hi S(.ii, E.'ex Sunday. Mr. Phillips had Stomach Trouble for More than Five Years. B hyzaar ami exchange in the office building. The ladies of the Baptist church will have a Christmas post Wra. McGnffey spent Thursday in Lancaster. Mrs. J. E. Buck and two children of Gilberts are the guests of her mother, Mrs. M'attie Nevius. Miss Mary I). Kennedy is the guest of Misses Lncinda and Elizabeth Lutes, near Turuersville. Mrs. J. C. Eubauks was in Lancaster with her sister, Mrs. (J. C. I Kose this week. f John W. Engleniau, of Louisville, .is tb guc.--t oi his uncle,' John En- - i . .. g tenia a and lamily. Miss ElTie Hi ye, of McKinney, is the guest ol .Mrs. JJcttie iinrnt'lt. Miss Anna Wairen has returned home l'run Oirisiiey, Ind., where she has "teen engaged iu the millinery busincc:. Miss Virgin..; Mahouey returned Wednesday to Minneapolis, .Minn., alter a short visit to her grand! ' mother. Mr- -. Marv I'enuv. Stspltcn-n- ii -( D.ier, who is workii.g iwtra ;i telegraph operator at j Ml. Vernon, -- CHRISTMAS LINES This store is now a Mecca of attraction to those in quest of warm winter Merchandise as well as the many who believe in doing Christmas buying early. Our lines of the latest winter apparel are of surprising completeness, while the selection of gift articles assumes a variety of compelling interest. With quality an ever present factor here, our vast assortments and low prices should prove an incentive in bringing you to our store for all your personal needs and Christmas shopping. lr. and .Mrs. X'eece Snnrks .in? visiting their ineud.s m Laurel, j county. J. II. Cordial is doinjr a nice business. Air. .Mont Cordial has had a new stock burn built. Mr. Walker Scott vvill soon move! to his brother, Jnckson's new hou.--c. i Dr. Isaacs had hi lmie badly! ' hurt, but is better now. Mr. W. M. Scott has been on the sick list. The people are preparing to build 'etliel church back. We hope they I ill Tor it is badly needed. J. R. and Morris Taylor arc do- amamamat v.:vJBr'mMw? ing nice business at Crab Onhaid- - ' uamamamam m m - lllill StlvinoiH- - :n-l:i- w, !.... (1...- Einil llerrin of (Juail Salur- l.t- - mK&M T a'aama m9L - (amY&&&am. VBJaPPn WW lllglit. WATT'S CHAPEL I VI w I Early Christmas Shoppers Secure the advantages of larger selections, smaller crowds, prompt deliveries and more careful attention from salespeople. Begin and shop leisurely each day. to-morro- livyx: visited Miss Willie King Tues Farmers are having a nice tune iwler the gathering their There were not nwiny hunter-- , out in Isi.- section TIiaiiKsgivitig ainij v-rlittle looting was heard. j .Miss Nell Gooch and Mis- - Salcnaj I -. y w Another Wonderful Sale of Suits The Very Cream of Our Medium Priced Lines Greatly Reduced It is not any fault of the Suits that we have so severely reduced their prices, but due to the past mild weather and an imperative order from our merchandise man to lower stock. The garments Include our most recent shipments, and the beet and latest ideas in designing. m ,z pent till ol day- -. - morning Lo.n--.ill- in j j Mnntord. alter spent -- Siniricti.il. .Mr. e. il.d :. with iur itarciiiMis.-e- 'vral heic liu- Mi- -, - ueckj (i-.r.- ! I i Singleton. s . c- Mi - Docia and i.'hriilije h. licfii lite h.-iiti--i- Mn-. i.t..-.- : J - oi lm.;.- - it:;r 1 1). McKmin-y- . Jl.-i- v in h at I'amt Lick. and Mitrgr.r--relumed i. . ; i j j I . $20.00 and $22.00 Suits i'lianiiing models ol' hi'ltfd uiodcif. and poiular all-wool Mr. W. M. Davi- -. wife : :..i Services at the Nell, of Meeeh trove. Mr. ehur.li Sunday. Dec. (ith. Suuda.7 Dabner J)avi- - and daughter-- , School at !):::; rorning Wor.-hi-- U -. .MessrC. If. aid M. X. i.Vlock; Mi ion Hand 2 ; Robhins and wives Sunday. lrojlc rl'.ooii niectiiig ;tt ',1 ut I M"r. Will liny- -, wife zixl People- - Meeting-- at u:C0. : j ol Crab he a.n service. father, A. .1. Il..iley, Th. nKj:.i-'- . J're-byteri:y d day night Mrs. Koland Walton of riogman. Montana, was the guest ol her Mrs. Annie Walton ai Georgetown for (juite .iv. luh :i: NEWS OF CHURCHES tending the bedside oi' her mother, Sunday. who is very ill. December fith will bo .Mr. and .Mis. Minks, ; Roll Call Day at the Stanford D::p-ti- -t (edt: t reek, Thanksgr. inu v.ni: eharch. ANo a report of tlie work her father father, 11. IJ. Houaid. luring Hie year will in: Mr. Smith, of Rowland reided the made. AH mtmhers are urgd t be CJie-- zl farm fur next ve.tr. jire.-on- t. trouble for more than Ave years, and I faithfully tried all the medicines I aw advertised, and found they all failed to cure me. I then heard oC Peruna. I purchased sbc bottles, and after their use I soon discovered that I was well, safe and sound. I now weigh two hundred and ten pounds, and have never been sick since I took: Peruna. It surely Is the best medicine for colds, stomach trouble and. catarrh that I ever heard of." Mr. W. H. Phillips, Jr.. 139 Mow-la- nd Ave.. Atlanta, Georgia, writes:? "I had the catarrh and stomach, fo o-k- oV-oi-- k r The Ladies Aid o! the Chr:-t:.- i. ch.in-at Morelaud will have ;.iii;.Kil iSu-ir- Tluy bazaar .Saturday. -, will al-- o crw -oy-:,:- ,,le.-- . ..;! .1-- Reduced to Serges, liroadc3oth and gaberdines, r"dintc; beautifully trimmed. .. t .u I K0RELAND Mr.- -. Uai-ri- Rake-ln.v,- I DftsAEsri t KQusLhS i I i 04 Ml? i I : J Situni; ... ii St.-t.-- : . for her hoiti. .:::...- .- style, ices and cake- -. Sale will b I i I gm at MJ o clock . Dr. and Mrs. John .Meek, of Lou- -, S 14.75 t vilh; sj.ent several davs here this week with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Deck. Dr. Deck has been iu North ( aroliua lor about five week-lh."s health and put on 23 pound.-ivhi- le there. The engagement of William Beat-t- it Denny, of Lancaster, and .1; 'Edith Wood, of Edorad, 1:1., has been unnouneed. Mr. Denny is one of the most prominent farmers of Garrard ami has many friends here who extend to him their be- -t Ihe wedding will lake place at the al Methodist Church at 'Eldorado. 111., December HMh. or wi-ne-. $25.00 and $30.00 Suits 1 1 . II i These are handsome new modi Is. many oi are beautifully braid and 1'nr irimmed: juale ot' ail leading materials in the new coat lengths. L hi-l- in !l E5 e J J it it l SS i .Uedured lo III I I ive l X $19.75 $35.00 and $40.00 designs, l'aliioned after the latc:i Suits of the mot ideas of style; eutaway effect , ! oack models and short coat styles. lleiluced to i hellsville, after a vi-- i: ...i!t : .. I ily of Mr-- ., t'harles .. Undsoii Bohon. ol Kid.!"- - Stou-- . lH'niHi;;rk-bcctiti- n was trailing in the last Sunday a. tern. a. . II. Reynicrsoii, of !...d.t-- . w.ts on our .iieets ty. . : Hugh Sandidue sp nt with his siiei. I.au-- .i Kiui.n. who is attending school s";t MiiSers-bur- g Female College. Airs. Joseph Cox, of Uowling Green, is with relatives in town. Wt-ilsu-.- - Kr. Raglasd Writes Jntsreclisg Letter oe TLis SabiecL !.-:- Epi-cop- 1 1 "ill B11.? ? A TEXAS WONDER The Texas Wonder cures kidney and bladder troubles, dissolves gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Regulates blalder troubles m children. If not sold by your druggist, will be sent by mail on receipt 01 $1.00. One small bottle is two months treatment, and seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send for testimonials from this and other states. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2926 Ohve Street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. (adv.J M:ss Suoonamore Entertains Mis- - dew ell $25.00 Warm Winter Coats at Lowest Prices Our stock of Coats for Women, Misses and Children is now at its best, and offers many special bargains Coats for women in latest styles, at . . $10, $12.50, $15 and $19.75 Coats for Misses, newest effects, at $6.90, $10, $12 and $15 Coats foJ Children, girlish styles, at . . $3.50, $4.90, $6.50 and $8.50 1 Mrs. McAlister and r.ttractive daughter, Miss AJjI.ic. of i.e;:ington, .spent Thanksgiving with ijf.n. Ii. B. King and family. Mrs. J. Jj. Miyan, of Louisville, recently paid her sister, Mrs. T. A. King, a visit. Dennis Tucker, of Miledgeville, is j cry low ot typhoid lever. Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. Lewis spent the latter part of last week with Crab Orchard relative.-.-. The Lathes' Aid of this place will have their annual bazaar next Saturday. Everybody is invited. John King, who has spent the last four years in the West, has retuni- ' ed to his Moreland home. Mncison Heights, Va. Mr. Cl-- z. A. of this place, writes: been taking Thedforu's Black-findigestion, and other stomac" ies, also colds, and find it to be ; c vciy best medicine I have ever used. After taking i. few days, 1 always feci like a new Nervousness, nausea, liecrlb:., in pit of stomach, and a feelin; :. '. ;?5- -s ness after eating, are sure syr ot stomach trouble, and should be : proper treatment, as ycur shx.. in 'Ami neaiin aepena very largely upon ycur food and its digestion. To get quick and pertnsr. ni rclie! from these ailments, you s! suid take a medicine of known curative merit. Its 75 years of splendid succes.-.- , in the treatment of just such troubles, picves the real merit of Thedford's ht. Safe, pleasant, gentle in action, and without bad it is sure to benefit both young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25c . N.cm. Ragland, or Black-Draught i-- ri Black-Draug- after-effec- ts, Spoouamore, of ih:b-bl- t. Uitcrlniiiid at I'roure ive ..tti:rd:iy eveniii'--', in hom r !' Viola Hcagle and Charoite Koel ?il. J Mi -- t--r Poll. t. Lai-ili- e. ol Lancaster, and Mi-- .es e Cr;:wford and Sarah Ford, Tho-- e !?- o' Matchless Shoe Values We have now on sale some real pre-e- nt - Charlotte 1'ollitt, Viola J were Bea- Christmas Handkerchiefs If wide assortments and extra values are anv induce- rnent .to early shoppers, then you Wo &:: - Crav. Sarah Ford, Mai."t;a Kum, Sybil Spi.onamore. JJ'.-CM'lIU-- . I.'iey .slili.!l;!!i!i"U'. Mary Waiden Couch. Minor Me-sr- -. Bowen Gi' ens, Bankln. Giowm MeKeekie. .1. 1 Whuder. Jonath i: Iiankin, dorrin Iviee. Ott ,J.:- -, W. T. Usbinsm, 'In--: F.i'ri-- - Yeauer, Xewe'! F Dr. W. . Wheeler.' gle. Hr.-dh.- l 7 ly matchless Shoe Values iu moot attractive, new and ionable fash- are sure to select yoi;r designs, neat and art- 4A ' 7 J ful in shape, of very best pat- Christmas Handerchiefs here. A wonderful collection of dainty Madeira, hand embroidered linen, Armenian lace hpmitifiii 25c. Men's Initial "Handkerchiefs Box of 6 for $1.50 Box of 6 $1.03 50 15 r.. ent and dull leathers with top- cfes pings of black cloth or dull Kid. Cuban and Spanish leather heels. Vo'.y specially priced at pnlnr nomhinntionS. EXepntinnal vnli;p; at In.? nnri 4 1 JM TJil And Five Cents DON'T MISS THIS. Cut this enclose five cents to Foley cc "o.. Chit-ago- , HI., writimr your nan.t :iu clearly. You will receive in' address return a tree trial pa':agc containing Fobys Honey and Tar Compound, for coughs, colds and croup. Foley Kidney Pill-- ', and Foley Cathartic Tablets. For -- ale by all This $3.00, $3.50 and $3.90 Slumber Slippers Women's Women's Initial Handk erchiefs Red. warm comfy slippers, Special values at in Blue, Grey and Irish Linen EmbroidereU Box of 3 for Box of 3 25c and 50c Children's Initial Handkerchiefs I Hmw&you Catarrh? your throat get kmky or clogged? that these oil-fe- ed re-s- Christmas Gifts in Glorious Array tnusm CBBinBM. SC8TTS 9C0TTAIMK it mated breathing impaired? Does Modem science proves symptoms froaaraB-dow- n ak health. SaoR and vapors are yjT.. . irri-tati- ag A glance at the very unusual and beautiful display of Holiday Goods in our show windows will give you a faint idea of the extra preparations we have made for a big Christmas business. Never before have the Christmas stocks, in every department Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, Leather Goods, Sterling Silver, Parisian Ivory, Baskets. Dolls, Art Goods, Slippers, Hand Bags, Curtains and Rugs been so beautifully chosen and so attractively priced. ia Scatt's Embiea The ri eartch aad aaltvea the blood. id Batritiea aad assist natare to check the inflnmmntioa and saairivcax wmwmSCOTTS. aad mclese Welsh & Wiseman Co. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY . Stanford Opera House Tuesday, Dec 8 SEATS NOW ON SALE AT SHUGARS DRUG STORE Prices 75c, 50c and 25c Itetg -- f k&A, Lj ti'-- . ... Children Cry for Fletcher's Pi WMIMWIM I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4. I9J4. f Ohio. City ?f Tt It . Lucas Conntr. Frank J. Cheney mates atli that he I senhir g & Co.. .Winer of tin' firm of P. J. Clieuey County and liuslnexx.lu ttie City of Ti.leilo. ay Ktate aforesaid, anil that xahl firm will DOLLARS for the sum of ONK III'XI)RKI every case of C.itarrh that ranirrt be i'aeli mill ?ured by the Use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. lo-.n- FARM AND STOCK NEWS 'tatp J. S. Davis of the East End,sold to John Cress, of Preachersville, two nice calves at $18 per head. 'Embry Bros., ; sold to W. II. Shanks 160 barrels of corn, delivered to his farm ou the Somerset pike at '". B. W. Givens as administrator of t!e late S. E. Owsley, is advertising some nice property for sale in this December Clearance Sale! AT THE mW vm ft." J ''.Tust-as-goo- d" iif I Pare- mKm w Mr L!r fur ' IBiMiir imMrm FRANK J. CIIKNEY. Sworn to before mo ami suhcritil In my preienee, this th tlay of Ivef inlxT. A. I., lSti. A. W. OLEASON. Seal. Notary I'tilille. Hall's Catarrh Cure In taken Internally and jets directly u; in the ltb "I and mnenti- - surSend for testimonials, faces of the osteni. Emporium, Hustonville. We are caught wi'h too many goods by reason of the warm weather. This is your opportunity to buy Winter Goods at HALF PRICE. up-to-date The Kind Tea Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over SO years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per---sonal supers ision since infancy. yT!cccUt, Allow no one to deceive its in this. you are but All Counterfeits, Imitations a::d Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment 2u goric, lrops and Soothing Syrnps. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium Morphine- nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays EVvorishncss. I" or more than thirty years it lias been in constant use for the relief of Constipation Flatulency, V.'ind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy aim natural sleep. The Children's Panaeea Tiw Mother's Friend. Castoria- CASTORIA What is substitute for Castor Oil, is a harmless - GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS issue. Section Boss Mobley had his force of workmen fumigating the cattle pens at the depot this morning. The work was done on a precautionery effort against the spread of the foot and mouth disease. t John B. Jewell purchased 14 head o horses and mules in the West End last week for the government. Following are his purchases: One horse of W. T. McGirr for $103; one pair of work mules of A. J. Wed-i'l- c for $200: one ajjed marc of B. W. Leigh for $Ko: one bay horse from Stanley Chelf, of Casey county, for $120; one aged work mule of Sam Owenss for $100; one bay mare of Uriah Dunn for $110: one mare of Frank Hunn for $19." and of various other parties a four-year-o- ld ten-year-six-year-o- WWgsM Rheumatism For Young and Old The acute agonizing pain of rheumatism is soothed at once by Sloan's Liniment. Do not rub it penetrates to the sore spot, bringing a comfort not dreamed of until tried. Get a bottle today. Here What Other Say: "I highly recommend your Liniment as the best remedy for rheumatism I ever used. Before using it I sp&it large sums Take Hall's Family Tills for constipation. P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. 73e. Sold by all Drossi-- t, O. Mrs. Newland Entertains Rook Club proved liiehiird Xewl.-inwhen on herselt an ideal hoste la- -t Friday afternoon he entertained the Hook Club at her home on Logan avenue. Fixe table of playplace the erwere pre.-etwere filled by .Medame A. ('. Hill, Mi. d Ladies7 Suits and Cloaks. Suits that were $25.00, now $15.00; Suits that were 520.00, now $12.50; Suits that were $15.00, now $9.98; Suits that were $10.00, now $6.98. You will find that we have Suits that we are determined to Unload in this sale. We have cut the price down as cheap as $3.00. Come early and get choice. Men's heavy wear shoes at Cut Prices. We ignore the advance in leather and invite you to come and be convinced. Ladies' Gun Metal Shoes also included. MILLINERY HALF PRICE. Come and let us do you good and see what a small purse will buy. Headquarters for the delivery of Xmas Goods. Santa Claus' son, Ike, will meet you at the door. Yours to please, CHAS. WHEELER. it. ab-se- at W. V. RHEUMATISM ld of the the Kiubry. -t delifious salad eourse nine a niowas ened. Thue nisi king the hisrli-- -t for the atternoon were At Air- -. thanks. K. J. Brown, Y. S. few more. Public Sale The Kkd Yoa Have Always Bong!i i in Use For Over 30 Years NEvoaOITf TMC CCLMTr." COMPANY vys&r" Sale of Valuable Land AS administrator I will on with the will annexed of James A. Harris, Saturday, December 19, 1914, At 2 P. M. sell, at the dwelling house on the premises, at public outcry to the highest bidder, 100 acres of land, it being part of the James A. Harris farm and that part upon which is located the old Harris home. This land is located about three miles west of Stanford, and adjoins the lands of E. P. Woods, S. T. Harris and R. C. Hocker, and is now in possession of S. T. Harris, who will be glad to show same to any persons calling there. This land will be sold for one-thicash, and remainder in two equal payments, due in six and twelve months from January I, 1915, and bearing interest from that date until paid, at six per cent. Full and complete possession will be given on or before Jan. 15,1915 At same time and place, I will aiso sell a small lot of household fur- tion. niture, the property of Mrs. Susan Harris, deceased. TERMS OF SALE All sums of 10 and under, cash. All over .flO, i.v months Col. i. M. Dunn. Auct. P. M. McROBERTS, negotiable note bear-m- tr six per cent, interest from date Admr., C. T. A. of Jas. A. Harris, deceased. of sale, payable to the National Bank or' Remember the Plate and Date F. W. C0PPAGE. L 15. lJiinvidilio. Auct. J. P. Riffc. ! se two-horse rd Ready for To-morr- ow ? STOCK MEDICINE with my horses regularly and find it a saving proposition on feed. It also makes them healthy, thriving and clean. Ira Johnston. R. F. D. No. 1, O'Neill. Nebr. ! am using Horses digest their feed less thoroughly than other farm animals. In order to insure thorough digestion of all the food eaten, and to make your horses readier for next day's work, add to their evening feed a teaspoonful of Bee Dee Bee Dee STOCK MEDICINE It will lessen your feed bills. It will increase your profits. 25c, 50c and $1. per can. At yoar dealer's. t. o. I I 'J. irrr VOIKBHlUMlMUIi mWMum Agents tr r- wf - hm v v ji W Stanford, Ky. At state Bank Sc INCORPORATED 1SBO. CASH CiPITiL, OiiE I1LLI0I DOLURS. Trust Co. Sixty-thr- ee Years' Experience. yyi-- Designed and VTYVvY Patented IPK-S- l 1667 Twenty-seve- n Years Ago ths iirst Cortright Metal Shingles were put on. The They're still on still in good condition, and the only attention they've had is an occasional coat of paint. In addition to the lasting qualities, they're Fireproof, Stormproof and inexpensive. For Sale by " X WILL STONE, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. the Recoid interviewed many democrats from the various precincts of the county on Monday, county court day, a t- the sentiment of the people in the. race for the nomination for circuit judge between Judge Charlie Hardin and Hon. C. C. Fox. From every section came the Same response in substance that "my neighborhood i for Jud:re Hardin."'' Of the number of democrats with whom we talked nine out often were openly for Hardin. With their consent we give the A Kidney Remedy Advertisement expresious of a number of the Brought Great Happiness Clerk. prominent democrats from the vari1 take pleasure in stating that 1 ous precinsts. Swamp-Uoo- t. have used Dr. Kilmer' In the Court House precinct, A. B. that 1 was greatly benefitted Browu avs: 4,AVe can not find a by the same and have used it in ray better "udge than Charlie Hardin, Saturday, December 12 1914 OF LAND AND PERSONALTY family. I had a on when quite and my neighborhood is for him, I at 1:H0 o'clock. I will offer for sale young he suffered from bladder or shall support him. As administrator of the estate of at public auction on the premi.-e- s kidney affliction. 1 called in my phy James Clark, Sr.: "Judge Hardin S. E. Uwsley, deceased, I will sell to at Milledgeville, in Lincoln county, sician, he attended him but did him one of the most popular men iu the highest and best bidder at his Kentucky, the J'ollowi&ig property: 1 nothe district, lie will carry this conn- - ciose. The Old Isaac Gibson mill property, no good. Almost b; accident late residence, near Hubble, in Linticed coln county, Ky.. on the dav of later owned by S. E Owsley. The .tjurativean advertisement about the iy bv a big majority, 1 think. At. Bud Duncan, of Bourne: "Tut-properitie. of Dr. Kilmers least the Clarks are all for him can't beat Judge Hardin, there - no plaice contains about thirty :i'jre Wednesday, December 16, 1914 Swamp-Roo- t. 1 procured a bottle Air. Jack Bourne: 'l like Judge j opposition iu my country." in good state of cultiatiou and has sale beginning promptly at 10 never failing water on it and good and gave it to him according to dir Hardiu. From the number of people! Mr. Green Bowling: "You may A. M., the following personal ection, ir citreu mm ot wnat we that 1 was never more intere- -t property and will nflVr for snle a barn. The residence contains four thought was almost impossible and I have heard talk he will get most of.&ay The ed. majority for Judge llardti the votes in mv country. I am for jignit of the of the rooms and two porche. There is al the same Avith other of my family. him.' j in Garrard will be very larg I so a house . and lot ou corner of 1 uid S. JO. Uwley the following real have such strong faith in Swamp-Ko-In East Park Precinct Mr Jacldtuuik.'' Six milk (ws and calves, place. Will sell these houses sepathat 1 have never done with- Adains said. ""Yes, I am for Judge Mr. Dick ttarton, Bryantillc: two registered Jcr-e- v cows, one rately and then as a whole. At out it iu my family ince the wonHardin, and at least five out of ''You may say for me that fj-- fv nlnWheifer. ii mniatnr same time and place will sell a lot derful cure of my son a well as mymore interested in a candidevery six men that I have heard talk of lumber from the old mill. Posses24 hogs including 8 brood ," self. I recommend it to all who suf- are lor him. lie will carrv this ate x'"r office than in am for Judge hordes including 1 extra good, gentle sion given Jan. 1st. fer from kidney Hardin and his majority in this one." TERMS One-ha- lf family horse, cah, balance and I am led toor bladder troubles county three toThompson: aged mare mule, 1 believe that ft is 'T.ij'" Jim "All the: county - going to be large.'' in one year. yearling mare mule. .1 two-horone of the best medicines for the people - ''ere given the authority t" Furl bed particular write. B. W. '" my country arc for Judge) corn planter (new); 1 mowing ma purpose for wheh it is used, that has Hardin. Mjunte many others equally a- - prom chine (new); 2 riding cultivators. GIVENS. Agent, Hubble, Ky. ev-been discovered. Mr. John T. Holt .claw: Judge inent m the party as the above dm (new): 1 (new); 1 I. M. Dunn, AuctioneiT. This is my experience from the Hardin and myself are good friend. i jcrats, but space prevents in this is 96-t'.nrn cutter (new); Studebakcr I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer use of Swamp-Roo- t. Wishing the He has made a good officer. It is a sue. It i upon such expression-- , Avagon (new) Ross cutting box, promoters of this wonderful medicine .pleasure to be in his court. I am from leading democrat that conXo. 10 (new) fivc.tooth cultivator, a large sale to the suffering public, for him and think he will be re- vinces a that Judge Hardin will several turning plows: 2 two-hor3 am. carrry Garrard County by a large nominated.' wagons, 1 post hole digger, 100 Yours respectfully, (Adv. We will offer at public auction at Mr. Ben Kelley told us that he majority. barrels of picked coin in crib. 80 W. H. MCAFEE, was interested in the rae and said rods of Adrian wire fence, 50 bales the Pink Cottage Farm, a mile and a Atlanta, Ga. that "Judge Hardin will get prae Harry Jacobs, the monument man. i) shares of stock in the half Aet of Stanford on the of straw, 6?. P.ioyles St. sold a large Freneh Creek Bhu-fticalry all the votes in ray locality pike, on Hubble Telephone Company, 40 Witness;, Yeis"r,u,tp monument to W. D. Gooeh. Mr. C. S. Ballew. of Haeklev Saturday, December 19, 1914, gallons of crude oil, 300 shocks of E. O. Williams. Notarv Public. re all for Judge Hardin in my a tew days ago for his father and fodder and other things too numer- beginning at 10 o'clock A. M., the county. He will cany my precinct mother. The monument will be erectfollowing livestock : ous to mention. j Letter to ed iu the Goshen cemetery. Mr. aliuoot unanimous." Two jacks, one, the great J. IT. j Dr. Kilmer & Co., At the same time and place the oId a niee mon'iment Mr. Tom King of Lowell: "Kvery Jacobs j1-- o home place will be offered for sale, Faughman jack, Samson, black and j Binghamton, N. Y. I of the a same granite to Mrs. Peaclue person I have heard talk in my thu farm consists of about 220 acres four years old: seven jennets; a Tseighborhood is for Judge Hardin. Yaught On.,tott. of P.ryanUville, for George llur draft stal. Prove What Swamo-Roof fertile land situated about 1 mile Will Do For I am going to do what I can fox-- her husband, to be erected in the east of Hubble on the Danville and '..on; 20 fat hogs; a nice draft mare You Lancaster cemetery. him." Lancaster pike. This farm is well and colt; a good heavy work horse; Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Will TCogers. of Paint Lick: "Evunproved with a handsome colonial uiree jerseys; six uroou mares, Binghampton, N. Y.. for a sample size PtWic AictiN brick residence, with seven rooms bred to jack; three extra mule colts; bottle. It will convince anyone. You erybody likes Judge. Hardin and the lot of farming implements; about will also receive a booklet of valuable ppople about Paint Lick are for him. and large hall. There are two barns information, telling kidneys JIe can count on me.' On Monday, Dtc. 14. 1914 on the farm. This fnrm is well wa 400 shocks of fodder to be fed out and bladder. When about the writing, be sure Mr. James Todd, of Paint "Lick: County Court day on the on the fann. tered and suited for a stock farm. and mention the Interior Journal. Regpremises, Terms made known on day of ular fiftv-ccsize bot "I have been about the courts some a business house, with flat above, and There are 4 acres of, growing aland am pleased with him as a Judge. on Main street. Stanford; hot and tles for sale at all drug stores. TATE & MESSER, falfa and 40 acres of wheat. If sale. I. am for him. T don't know anv one cold water with bath. Half th" farm i not sold will be rented Stanford, Ky. cash, balNotice to Hunters. ance terms to suit. W. K. WARNER for money rent to the highest bid& CO., Stanford, Ky. TO THE PUBLIC der. 94-t- d We, the undersigned, agree to enTERMS --Madf known on day of I represent the largest and best force the law again-- t . clothing house in this cou- trappers on our farms. Fox huntsale. Any one wi.shinsr to see the C. Co., Chicago, HI., farm can call up AV. V. Owsley, who ntryEd V. Price &measuring My experience in and di- ing especially prohibited. All hounds can be found at. the residence. recting the making, of your clothes. found on our land roaming, trailtakechaaceswftk gives me the advantage over one who ing or in the chase, will he considB. W. GIVENS, Admr. yoar fowls? S. E. Owsley is not a practical tailor. If you will ered trespassers and treated acof BoMrtwn Poultry Cur give me your order I will promise you ( ol. I. ?,f. Dunn. Auctioneer. qaJck b absofate madroap, death te a square "Jeal.- - You will get the worth cordingly. the onus of colds Win. E. McAfee Nora E. Ayers, of your money, either in the cheaper other tafeetiou dteasM. sad A a1-"- Masons' Meetin? water grades or the higher priced. My fall W. P. Givens, Maurice Givens, 4 disease, germs aad m-e(jinrola Lodze No. 80 P. a A. Misses Shelby, L. sickaeas. Oae 30c bottle maeta la and winter line of samples are now Isaac SOhelby, akM Wed commonicntion od each tint sad tUr saBoM of medfcfae. ready for your inspection. Call and C. Bosley, H. P. Hawkins, I.' S. A .. dracariatm. or hv WWEHTftlCEU AM DMUUU At Uardar sight of each moath at 7 o'eteek to . VahMbte jom-trtheir hall oa Main meet, gtaafsri, Ky. Med book let me show you. H. C. RUPLEY, Tevis & Son, H. L. Tens, Joe E. rMtll7. MmHMmS. of lodges trateraally iBTited te ft The Practical TaHar. Wright, G. A. McRoherts. prooal. air TUFtM. KBtniCKV. riu-foiiville. Having goiie in the good at Powers, Ivy., 1 will offer the following proper! v at public sale on my farm on Tuesday, December 15, 1914. One and one'half miles from litis ioiivilie. on the Middleburg pita rain or shine, the sale commencing promptly at 10 o'clock A. M.. the following described property, Five horses and mules: one black mare, years old, 16 hands high, good worker and driver, not nraid of anything and sound; one bay mare, eleven years old, Jo' hands high, in foal to jack: one bay mare, two years old, sired bv Artie W. 2:- 08 2 pacing, she is a race blood and lias the action; one pair of weanling, red mare mules, extra good ones: one extra good milk eow; one Duroc Jersey boar. nedi. greed; two Duroc brood sows pedi l.irmd: Will farrow about March 1st. wu slleks of todder, more or less; one or two stacks of mixed hay: one two-horwagon; one buggy; one McCormack mowing machine, good as new; one disc, good as new; one Oliver Chilled Hillside plow, good as new; one two horse Steel Lever harrow, good as row: one corn drill, good as new; one single shovel plow; four good water band-- : oue good grindstone; other articles too numerous to mento-w- it: 1-- respoussible for a vast amount of satfering and ill health the slightest delay is dangerous. 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'Mit Gertie Toby, teacher of the for neuralgia, sciatica, sprains and graded school at Science Hill -- pent bruisea. Friday night with her coussin, Mr. All Druggists. 25c. , Oco Ciaunch. Send four cents in stamps for a Mr. J. M. Camden spent Tuesday TRIAL BOTTLE night With hi- - brother. Oco Ciaunch. Dr. Earl S. Sloan. Inc. relaMio Stfbia Muucie DepL B. Philadelphia, Pa. and friend at Goochtown tive lat week. KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELL Miss Annie Wall, of Kim;' Mountain visited Mrs. Edd Leach SatHealth is Worth Saving, and Some urday night and Suyday., People Know How to Mr. and Mrs. Etld Leach -- pent Stanford Save It. Thankgi iug with the hitter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Watt at May-wooMany Stanford people take their jlives in their hands by neglecting Mr. and Mr- -. A. C. Muncie :iud ,the kidneys when they know these uo tighter, Misse Sosbia and Mar- organs need help. 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Miss Nora Sorrel, of Wayne.-bur- g spent Friday night with her uncle, Mr. Osco Ciaunch. iuiss uaisv onus vineu jiiss Magie Uorton at King's Mountain Saturday and Sunday. Miss Dollie Sims and little daughter, Wiliua, spent Saturday night with Miss Pearl Sims. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Reynolds spent Saturday night and Sunday with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Sims. Mr. and Mi's. A. C Muncie and daughter, Martela spent Thanksgiving with friends aiid relatives at Goochtown and attended church at Oak Grove Sentiment in Garrard Overwhelming for Hardin Prominent Democrats Speak For Him (Lancaster Record) A representative of , Public Sale Public Sale i- - against him in my neighborhood." Mr. John Davis, of Carters ville : 'Judge Hardin can count ou me. The democrats in my country are for dg xiortun. 3Ir. Sim Wheeler, of Spoonville: '"I don't think Judge Uardin will lose half a dozen votes in Walkers School House precinct." h: R. L. Burton, of Tcatersvillc: "You may say that I am for JudiK Hardin. He will set most of tlw votes in Buckeye." Air. Thompson Hill: Judge Hardin will hardly lose a vote m Buckeye procinct. i am strong for him. N. J. Goaticy, Bryantsville: ''Judge Hardin can alwav count on me. jly neighbors are all for him. he will carry this count v b big majority.'" Preacher George Thomson, oi Bourne: "Judge Hardin is my be-- c friend: I am interested and am g- nig to pull for him until the poll-- . v i- ck. ot c-ia-tc: 1 wa-ne- ver -- so, se 1 i- r dic-harro- w 1 d. I 1 se Public Sale !)(-- !) Hn-tonvi- llc c I four-year-o- ld ot nt one-doll- ar made-to-ord- er ir WHY J. M'Oary 0 J.5?fa at 1 y b-- iu-a1--.i r? ? .a jj -