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Kentucky Tuesday, Derember 8, 1914. Tuesdays and Fridays ' I OWSLEY MAY BE CANDIDATE Ruins Moss, a prosperous j BIG COURT DAY NEXT MONDAY HUSTONVILLE BETTER FEELING AMONG i'armern of Lower Garrard, who TOBACCO MEN THIS WEEK Don't forget the annual bazaar Cattle Buyers Tell Mr. Nunnelley Reported He Will Be In Race For susta-Jmja serious injury . to be held at the Emporium that is They Will Be Here For Beeves ! Commonwealth's Attorney Curt A. Robinson Succumbs to In- two months ago from the kick of a flats Saturday, December 12th. It Papers Say That Good Grades mule, but who after several incisjuries Sustained In Fall From Are Bringing Good Prices But A. T. Nunnellev, nronrietor of County Attorney II. W. Keeuon, is t0 be given by the Ladies of the ions in his side and the removal of Presbyterian church. Christinas pus was considered on the road to Nunnelley 's Stock Yards, looks for a of Uurrodsburg, was here Tuesday Silo Garrard News Poor Weed Is Slew i iu recovery and had returned to his big court day here next Monday, looking atter his fences in the race i ,.,... eimiess- varieiv win ue , , on cxuiuiuon during me unv aim ai home iu the Bryan tsville section, is Lancaster. Dec. 8 Lincoln county tobacco growers and many cattle buyers hae tele- for the democratic nomination for the same place a good meal will be Commonwealth's Attorney next year. 31 r. Curtis A. Robinson, Garrard! again in a precarious condition. He are watching the tobacco markets at wjis brought hack to the home of his phoned him that they will be here to Mr. Keenou has many strong friends served. Come and get a good meal ..nnii' . Iijlif't tftii-k tl f IVklw1 wltlll i brother-in-laDanville and l!exingtou with the and have a good time. Dr. J. M. Acton's buy good conditioned stock, now fo Lincoln, as his wife was a le a serious accident about two weeks! Adams Bros., have opened up their keenest sort of interest. Many were anoUler ineision has been hado that the quarantine has been lified girl, and will get a big vote large stock of Christmas goods this disappointed at the prices realized at silo. diedjAVUeu a ,,u:ll.t 0r 1lls was removed, on Lincoln and all the counties in here. J ago by a fall from his The handsome school building this xart of the state. Many cattle Reports have been persistent for week ii nd it looks like Santa was go- the the opening of tli. various marfrom hi- - injuries Saturday morning went! JUlBt completed at Bryniitsville was feeders have already t several" days past that Lincoln coun- ing to have a great time for the lit- kets last week, but the papers say we o'clock. Mr. Robinson at Cheated on Saturday, Dec. oth. It stuff to market, but others not wish" ty way very apt to have a candi- tle folks. out on the mornimr of November 22 that a better feeling is now preI. Routenberger's wife, daughter ,,. was Kv affair, with an m- - ing to take a chance on congestion date in the race, the name of former t 1....1. ..fw i,;a Ztua n.wl ;,, vailing, for it seems that the grade Attorney John rnd sou arrived here last week irom way slipjHid from the platform j festering grogram, including some at Cincinnati or Louisville will bring Commonwealth's inn wiiun I'jt.? it iu the local pens Monday and seJ Sam Gpvsley being heard in connec- Philadelphia, Pa., and are comfort of weed first offered was decidedabout the food receptacle, sustain-- , ""- i'i"""lw'1 K. it here. A big crowd of c::ltle s lle:.-- tion with the matter. Mr. Owsley ably situated in the property recent- - ly not of the best and that better hig a fall of '.Hi feet and striking' Me.?danies R. L. Elkin and J. Kobinsou havt. returned from a visit and buyers is expected here with a fsaid to the I. J. representative onily rented of Varney Tanner. prices are coming when better grades astride a two bv four beam, crush big run of cattle. to friends in Loui-diillMonday that he was not yet ready. J. P. Sims, the clerk of the AVca- - get 011 the market. The Danville nig and tearing the bones and or-;iMr. George W. Xavlor died at the. to announce as a candidate. He has. therford Co., is back at his nost of of tiit. lower pa it of the body had this to ay of the opening LATEST WAR NEWS home of hi- - brother, Mr. J. I). Nay been going over the district feeling duty after a week's visit to rela sales at in a manner thai caused his last the two Danville wsrchotiscs eased had the pulse of the people, and his lives and friends and some of the early this week: Lours to be filled with excruciating Jor aed 08 years The Lodz, the second city of Poland, friends say that he is receiving much n inya1l.l for vears be- fair sex. We are exceedingly glad to TobiH co sold higher on the breaks suffering. On the morning of the miles to the encouragement. and lying seventy-fiv- e lflir4-rt. iili o.o!iti "- - r see him back. tment the groans of the apparent- - iii """V"! """ '""11"-TS"eat the Peoples' Tobacco' Warehouse alter entertained west southwest of Warsaw, has Dr. 0. . Williams Iv lifeless man attracted the atten-- 1 . Miss, IthJceu Cleve Monday afternoon. Ouu lot brought and fallen to the Germans arms It was TWO POPULAR m a ,,er hom LADIES Turn of his wife and daughicr, who'Al Dunn made flying trip to Lexington 125 per hundred and Walter Pulliam according to the t Mjs Julm occupied Sunday "P-"- t last, returning the same day. were out on the search of eggs fori01"? m got an aerage of fK per hundred f llenungsburg. who is official announcement from Berlin. Engaged To Manage G. M. Lyon's Mr. Robinson, who had not been! J('nkms' Miss Annie Lutes spent Thanks- for his crop. This is much higher Around this important town a, fot; iX v,Ml to h,'r ,nother- Store In Stanford verv well. lie remained uncmseious giving with Mrs. John McKinney at than the opening market and i cry desperate battle has raged for days. encouraging to the growers. All tofor a number of hours and not (in ; S. Jenkins. MrMt. Salem. G,wm u1 Wh Here countless thousands have fall- Mr' an1 - Jw.hn G. M. Lyons, of Lancaster, who Le came to himself was it known n iu desperate hand to hand con Lairs bloodhounds were called to bacco is m very high case and this "ar,,1,"- i' her ;. ywtoi- bought out Hughes & Martin, last him. i last what had happened to flict and from the shells of hundred Lancaster Friday morning to run brought the prices down somewhat. M,r- - T?r-tlx- week took formal possession of the down a couple A good sized break of tobacco was phvsicians assisted bv Drs.jcn' of robberies commitMr- - J- will open ii)i if guns. - Ifltzelaw ...nd Mv. ..r D.mville. 1.C- store next to the pustoffice. heie, ted offered at the Danville Tobacco at private residence of that It was evident from the oceupa- - finI irU'fiwniiir lintim- i.ktnttiiL.J rlwt a Jmndsome furniture store in tin. fi.nnwl m f.nprai.in i.vn n fl.i.-Warehouse on Walnut street Mon"" city. tion of Lodz by the Germans that! i establishment has been reopened lor day morning. Prices showed a conoil th iimrniiiir of November 22nd. room receiui. vaeari'ii uv n. n. u;ii Mrs. Anno Warriner and daughson- - The store room is being re the heaviest kind of fighting hasj business. Mr. Lyons will divide most !...,..;!, siderable advance over tliosu of last in; ixxiti-lUiu rwiui. iiiiu ii.l i. m;i,f modeled and will soon lie readv for been going on, for late advices told ol his time between his stores in ter, Katie, of Libeity and son, Hu- week and growers rallv. ilr. liohinon v;is one of tho weiv much better sevof a vicious attack and bombard Lancaster sno- -t Gar- - i oc,'ulaiH'.v-1The quality of the offerings and here. He has engaged bert, of Denver, Col., were here pleased. eountv officials 4 inlijittrv I t preparing to last The information of the death of trinn4rard ever had, and the high es- J Miss isate Davis, itaney and Mrs. eral days Denver,week behalf of Mrs. was also better and some very gno.l outskirts, and previous to that oti in Anna ifailey, to hae charge oi the leave for On of reem in which he was held by his Dr. E. Jl. Pearce at his home in , . operations twenty miles west oLI, , 4 .. auseuce. jsoiu Warruier's heath, which has been in averages were made.most account tor ,1 of the fellow county-me- n the damp weather is indicated by Danville after an illness of only two Picfcrkow. which lies considerably iocui store uuriiig 111s i are very 1'ift fai-- t experienced and popular a feeble condition for quite awhile. bacco is too heavily in case and this that he was serving the days of pneumonia was received south of Lodz, 3 Satand along from and no better here with sincere regret. The selection could have hey motored over to Danville third term as sheriff, and that at is a disadvantage. Altogether the was in his 742nd year and Glowne sixteen miles northeast of been made. Mr. Lyons make au- - urday afternoon to catch the five sale was very satisfactory to all the time of his first election, years Lodz, to the Vistula River. nouneement of the reopening of the o'clock train for their journey. concerned. ago. he was the youngest sheriff! was formerly pastor of the MethoJames D. Depp spent last week Lodz has long been an objective tore An eminent dist- church in thi citv. The Le.xingtan this issue of the 1. J. He Leader Monday ever elected to that place in ui v v. : i . .1 1 - 11 :j. ox iuc n with relatives and friends at Glas11 nivine. a seuoiar anu a i.ou--poucriuuii. ii un sulknows the value of newspaper afternoon said this of Monday's lie belonged to one of Gargow. ly man has fallen from out the sin recent years from an insignili- - ,.,..:,:,. 1... ..,,, hliim c..UJf11i sales 'there : rard's mot influential families, W. W. Bowman, of Libeity, was ranks- of men. A widow, two daugh cant place to be one of the most, nit.rclmnt for uoout lb' years. Greatly increased receipts charachaving been the youngest son of the ' here seeral days last week on terized the opening of the second jiopulous cities in the empire. Inj late B. V. Robinson, a wealthy plant" ters and two sons survive him. some business for his sister. Mrs. week of the Lexington tobacco mar1910 it had 415,004 population audi Preachfiri His First Sprmnn r. and a nephew of the late Richard . .. W, .w. ...w.. -ww. , ... who lett Saturday for ket Monday. The scale of prices that .Warriner, j witn tins important as a base, No Rabbit Djptheria There place MwRobin-o- n Josel-for whom the famous Hopper, of this citv, who Denver, Col. is expected that the Germans will it 1 amp uic:. ruled in the morning wa about the The theory that diphtheria nion amp. Known a ,, ,. , . Theo. is atterding the Presbyterian :. j. G. C. Dunn left Friday afternoon Iiobin.-on-" same as in the force th(. latter part was named. He leaves caused the leaths oi liunured ol. logicaLrenuniii'V in Loisville. nreach- to visit his brother, Geoige 11. Dunn caPital of Warsaw, of last week, and the high point :i widow, two sons. Ii. R Robinson, 'rabbits found deadin4he fields of;Polish , ' edjiilBal sermon Sunday morn- ,, and family at Xew. Albany, Ind. He reached leforu noon was $18.Uo per tilhola5T details' Pulasklmfd":adjouuVl,BH8crim " asdepnly sheriff, 'CaiTey . will return T . .. ,. . .1 "- -. .uu, iitIii-!-! "lobinson. secretaiT to Congress counties, apparently is reiuteu t uy -- oi-- tr "-P- .rtv i Tliw1 ,.... 'i"- them control of the railway CUUrch, some fifteen miles from at Xashvillc to his aplace of business hundred. after short stay. Tin highest price of the season man llaney Helm, a daughter, Miss the report of Dr. Lillian South.of gives Louisville Avhere the Bpie,Kli(1 vounir Mrs. Martha Peyton, wife ol the was reached in the afternoon when a Mary 1 'right llobin-o- n, "' muisuw. juuulj c.iucs m.m acquittcd himself most credit- - Into fl:iri!inl Pevton. wa.s buried two brothers, the State Board of Health laborato-- i " at twenty-fiv- e pound basket from tho T D. Robinson, of Garrard county iv, Bowling Green who has cxamin- - j regard the feat of the German ar- - j nly Joseph promises to be a family burvimr ground near crop grown by Luther Stivers, near D. Robinson of Damillc. til the carcasses ol two of themim.v J,:; remarkable, it is stated. The and George u). successor to that irrand old was Athens, went for .;'25.30 a hundred and two -- istcr, 31 rs. David Dunn, found in Nicholas eounty and found! official statement from tlie Austrr uncle of his, "Cousin'' Joseph Hop Rolling Fork last Friday. She 8(5 years of age and died from the o Danville, and Mrs. Henry Dimn,'nu trace of diptheria. A thor onghi ans War Office says the fighUng in pcT of pryville. who has been infirmities of od age lie husband at the Independent house. At the Poland is yet indecisive. Petrogradj pmi(,hilll? for ou,r sixly same house, another basket of tin tti Texas. J he funeral services were, examination will be made to d eter-- j CUrs. and has been dead a number o fyears. , .. . . . .,,...1 li.nr. "''"- - " "I1"11 ,sunciuem ui mc ...:.. . .. Stivers' crop, weighing 10 pounds, lieKI at me residence diumay alter. i:iino i; noss b .1 tho cause of their ua: whose clear and forceful expoundMrs. Susie Lewis and Miss Cariiei brought $19.50 j loss ot the (,ity- noon at two o'clock by Rev. P. M. ,lcath. ing of gospel truths lias caused so The general quality of the leaf Taking advantage of the preoccu- many to turn from the ways of the Edwards, of Los Angeles, Cal.. ar'linder. after which the interment I in the Lancaster ceme-- l pation of the Germans iu the East, world to lead Christian lives. Jo- rived here Saturday from Ilolins. showed some improvement oer last took place Teachers To Get Xmas Money the Allies hae begun offensive seph's friends here are expecting big- Va., to spend the holidays with week's offerings. Much of it vii- tciy. A warrant for the December dis- u ' relatives and friends. v I damp i.nd househunted, and did not Mr. Homer Sebastaiu and Miss movements m tlie West, ana claim to j"thms of him in the Master's j tributiou school fund, Galvani, the great hypnotist will look attractive to the buyers. of the State Mary Baker, living: at Nina in this) be in virtual possession of the left Cause and there is every reason to aggregating $1,109,(514.48 has been be here this week with the picture A small amount of fair tobacco count v. were united in bank of the Yser. in believe that ilisaniinininiPiit- will unt t show at the opera house, so every- was offered which brought $12 to ' money the city oi Kichmond. Regarding the other operations in be their portion. will body come and have a great time. $10. Man' small lots were put on The Mr. II. A. B. Marksburv is at' Harkbdale , lTainlett.,. ,, the east, the Servian war office re,' , He was here four or five vears ago floor, but several good-size- d crops home after a pr,,traeted stay with Twenly Conversions at Meeting the county and city school will re- ports Servian success on the whole end had a great show. made their appearajnee. her daughter, Mrs. Mrs. Howard Til, revival services at the Methoceive .$901,277.7(5 and the city front with the capture of 2.000 Miss Monte Smith, of Dunnville, Berry and Alleudcr offered 7.020 Rice. oi Richmond, Hid., and Mrs. men and four batteries. dist church, conducted by Rev. Casey county, is here on a visit to pounds at the Growers' hou-- e that schools $298,338.72. The law reJames Staughton of Covington. On the other hand Vienna reports Clark are accomplishing great good j uc.r allllt jjr s. Robert Williams for of the school fund went for $8.50 and $12.75, averagMiss Nellie Noland entertained quires that the Austrian troops are gaining 111 we community, bo lar about 20 the winter. each he paid in December. ing up well all the way through. Van at the home of her grand father. south of Belgrade. conversions have been the result and consignEverybody is rejoicing over the Brashear had 0,000-poun- d Judge M. D. Hughes, for her little Eight battlion'! of Italian troops many strengthened in faith. Tt had parole of Walter Carson. We are ment on sale at the same house, that Breediove Grant cousin, Miss Margaret Klkin Hugli-ebeen planned to close the services on glad that he is again at home with have been ordered to Libva to brought good prices. Mr. Brashear On Wednesday December 2nd, at of Louisville. It was a most autroops there and, according to Wedncuay night, but Rev. C. II. his parents and other relatives. has 20,000 pounds more of the best spicious oecasion for the Louiss- - JloYlock, Miss f'thel Breediove and the announcement from Rome, "to be Greer, the pastor, said Tuesday, Mrs. E. C. Jordan, of Stanford. of his crop that h will bring to viilian and the ascmblage of youth-- j Mr. Seth Grant were, quietly united ready for any aggression." Advices that it was probable that the meet- was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Lexington in a week or two. in the holy bonds of wedlock in the ful friends. from the Austrian frontier say that ings woujd now continue on to the Foster Saturday and Sunday. The Winchester Democrat said of The new school building has been parlor at the home of Rev. F. M. the statement of Premier Salandra in end of the week. sales there last week: erecled at Bryantsville and was ded- - j Tinder, of Lancaster. The bride is the Italian ParJimcnfc had an imNEAL'S CREEK The tobacco market opened in the attractive daughter of Mr. and irated Saturday. Hubert Well Pleased mediate echo in Austrian troops Winchester last week when 50,000 The following will be interesting Mrs. John Breediove, of Gilbert's Mr. Jack Terry is very ill at this were rushed to tlie Italian border H. C. Carpenter, local agent for pounds of the weed was on sale at news to friends of the prosieetive Creek, while the groom is the j'oung- and to Pola. the Maxwell Motor Cars, reports writing. rangthe son of Mr and Mrs. W". M. Grant grooni here at his former home. Mr. Mr. Gene Deatheragc is with her ing Planters' House at prices averThe Allies are approue.mng a sat- that on Thanksgiving Day at the to $17.25. The from $3.00 and Mrs. Samuel Hughes, announce of Kirksvillc and a prominent far-th- e isfactory understanding with the Corona, Cal., race, Barney Oldfield sister, Mrs. Robert Raney, who is age price for the total amount was engagement of their daughter, mer. Balkan States, according to Athens at the wheel of a Maxwell covered very ill. $12, which is some Miss Matie Lee Hughes and Allen! Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Morgan and between $10 and the 301 miles in 3 hours, 20 minutes dispatches. !little bit better than of the opening oc- -j Duncan Henry. The wedding will HargiS is Made Steward and 58 seconds, or an average of son, Gltnn and Mr. and Mrs. S. of the Lexington market earlier in our Dec. 12th, at the home of the; ft w 85 Bcadi miles per hour withont stop- Dumas and Master Uollis Reynolds the week. Congress In Session Again brides parents in Birmingham Ala. Hft gentence for kilIin ,lis iather were to see Misses Oca and Chloe ping once p One crop averaged $14.25 and a lie large store room of Mr. Speed Jude Hurj?i of Bmtllitt eoulltV) Congress reconvened Monday af- run on either the greatest non-sto- rec- Farmer. road or track on number of crops held up well but ter the Lediord at Lowell was destroyed byjhas been Mr. and Mrs. Morris Daugherty stewnrf of tfae Re journed fall recess. Both houses ad- ord in this or any other country. were no real fine crops offers. Iheloss is estimated to await the delivery of the about ,onnat at liw have returned home from Somerset. there hospital. Beach has ed. M.O0O anr is partly covered by Misses Oca and Chloe Farmer are Jn the hospital ever sin(?e President's message Tuesday. MaYoungster Made Quick Recovery siuauue. his imprisonment five years ago, and jority Leaders Kern and Unedrwood M. S. Baughman drove over to among the sick. Rush Branch School Honor Roll discussed the legislative program Mr. Roy L. Prather and Miss Pat-- 1 Mrs. Emma Kitts is on the sick has been promoted tlirough all tbe Danville, Saturday, in his big Overwith President Wilson. Mr. Undertie Walker of the McCreary section, grades. list. Grade 4 Hugh Morris, Grade 3 wood stated that he was in accord land car and took little Smith Adam were united in wedlock's holy bonds, Mr. Alfred Farmer spent several James Hester, Grade 2 Elmer with the President on legislation Baughman, to the home of his days at Waynesburg, hunting with Tucker. Louise Hester, Roger MorRev. F. M. Tinder preformng tbe Oldest Odd Fellow Dies proposed. He expressed the belief parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jones Baugh- Oliver Singleton. ceremony. ris, Grade 1 Clarke Reed, T. J. Friends and fraternal brethren that appropriation bills would have man, at Moreland, from the hosJohn MeRoberls entertained at Mr. Dink Farmer and daughter, Hester. Mrs. Dolly Wolford MeBee. a box party at the "Rex," the new n this city learned with deep re tbe right of way, and that a vote pital where he. had been for a Chloe were at Highland Friday. Teacher. opera house, in compliment to Miss gret Wednesday of the death of W. would be taken on the prohibition week or so. The little fellow, though There will be a pie supper at Neal's Experience With Katherine Mitchell of Bowling Green, j M. Emmal, aged 97, known as the amendament. Opposition was ex- but seven years of age, hnd a bad Creek school house Friday night, Mrs.McClain's attack of appendicitie, and had tq'jj Grtvp tho attractive guest of Mrs. R. L oldest Odd Fellow in the world from pressed to an extra session. . lth B s come and bring vnr!prn lin nnnrntinn TTn rninvnro1 I point of membership. Mr. Emmal MeRoberts. your girls and girls yon come and "When my boy, Ray, was small nicely and is about out of danger. died Tuesday night at 8:15 o'clock. "FRECKLES'? tonight.' bring pies. he was subject to croup, and I was Wheezing in the lungs indicates Mis Myrtle Southerland, of Row- always alarmed at sach times. Heartburn is a symptom of in- . Sickly children need WHITE'S Sick Two Years With Indigestion land, was out to see Miss Oca Far- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy provthat phlegm is obstructing the air HORE-HOUN- D digestion. Take a dose of HERBTNE CREAM VERMIFUGE. It not only BALLARD'S passages. "Two years ago I was greatly mer Snnday. ed far better than any other for SYRUP loosens the pblegm in such cases. The pain disappears destroys worms, if there be any, but benefited through using two or three taught this trouble. It always relieved' him Bessie Brackett Hiss so that it can be coughed up and instantly. The bowels operate speed it acts as a strengthenng tonic in bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets," here Friday for Mr. Oliver Single- quickly. I am never without it in ejected. Price 25, 50c. and $1.00 ily and you feel fine, vigorous and stomach and bowels. Price 25 cents writes Mrs. S. A. Keller, Elida, ton. the house for I know it is a posiper bottle. Sold by Shugars Drag cheerful. Price 50c., Sold by Shug per bottle. Sold by Shugars' Drug Ohio. "Before taking them I was tive enre for croup," writes Mrs."WJ Store. Stanford, & Lyne Bros., ars' Drug Store, Stanford, & Lyne Store, Stanford, & Lyne Bros., sick for two years with indigestion' I THE show of the season at the R. McClain, Blairsville, Pa. For , Bros., Crab Orchard. Crah Orchard. Grab Orckard. JSold by all dealers. . sale by all dealers. i opera house tonight. POPULAR SHERIFF OF GARRARD DIES SATURDAY Mr. I I I f " "" w, llus-tonvil- sc-n- 1 I I -- e ih Ad-oca- tc 1 ! l -' r' I -- pnr-Loe- al (.... SW,K J'- .r k - - 1 - nl I de-eeas- ed Ken-Mi-k- y. 1 1 1 1 mt S'" - I I .... ... I h 1 tii. 1 1 1 4 11 'the -- ... ..1 1 ... 1 t- - i.KT I - 1 , two-sixt- hs ?, ! 1 et I 9-- 10 I me I - 1 ks THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. DECEMBERS, 181. Morris Cwk The Federal Reserve Act Increases the Powers and Privileges of NATIONAL and by special permit member EXECUTOR, ADMINISTRATOR BANKS conduct a banks may act as TRUSTEE, or REGISTRAR and may also SAVINGS DEPARTMENT When the necessary regulations are prepared by the FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD the following invitations, which have been received here will be of much interest here, as the groom-to-b- e is a son of Mrs. Lelia Cook: Mrs. and Mi's. Jas. Augustus Morris request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their daughter Vita to Mr. Fred Taylor Cook Tuesday evening, December twenty-secon- d nineteen hundred and fourteen at half alter eight o'clock St. Luke's Episcopal Church Brandon, Miss. The In Memoriam of Mrs. L. D. Rousseau OVERCOAT SALE X ! ' fBBB. 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. We have about 25 BOYS' OVERCOATS in sizes 4 to 16 years. Not this year's styles, but much better quality than if they were bought this year. We want the money for them and also want them out of our way. The prices were $4 to $10. Are To Sell At Mrs. Desdomoua Rousseau, ne Jones, was born in Pulaski county a little more than 58 years ago. She married L. D. Rousseau, of Kengfe w ' tucky, just a few week of iil years R'B Also about a dozen Men's Overcoats. ago. Her husband and two sons, f 1bbbbei lH s1 Clyde and William with William's s&" M Former price $5, $10 and $15. We give bbHb "Ibbb HI start December 1st and will bear 3 per cent interest for wife and baby, live on the same 1915. you an unusual opportunity here $3.50, ranch about eight miles northwest of Phoenix, Arizona. Two sisters, a $5 and $7.50. Now the real values of brother and half brother live in Kentucky, and a brother in Califor"Corner Next to Court House" Stanford, Ky. these Men's and Boys' Coats are good, nia and one in Colorda. One sis- JW&BBBBBBBBBy&'.'!Bl V '" ter and brother were present at the j and those who want service and warmth funeral. On the eveniug of Novenieber 12th, than extreme style certainly can one side and down the other by Hie The Interior she and her husband were driving to cattle feeders, but that when he got not afford to pass them. They are real busy over the wire with the Agri- a wedding down a dark country road ! KHELTON Proprietor 8AUFLET and the horse became frightened at culture Department at Wahington on some BARGAINS. ostriches in the road and be- - j 1 A TEAK 8TKICTLY IN ADVANCE behalf of the Kentucky feeders, his came unmanageable; in attempting stock went way above par. to leap from the buggy, Mr. Roub- Entered at the poUoffiee at Stanford at oteond etas mail matter. seau was thrown to the ground and! Br sr J -- says that the. killed instantly. exchange An POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS She was buried from Cartwrigbtj alumni of Centre University are ofMethodist church and interred in The Interior Journal is authorized fering suggestions for increasing the to announce the following candi- attendance. We snggest that in- Greenwood cemetery, near the cityj HIGHLAND dates 1'or office, subject to the stead of suggestions they offer sons, of Phoenix, on November the 17th. Th e iuruiens are very Dusy just Democratic primary in August, for it certainly seems that some- The funeral services were conducted At last we have a good enough to now tripping their tobacco, 3915: should be done. A Danville by her pastor, assisted by Revs. thing There was large crowd at O. G. For Circuit Judge party told us the other day that the Cheek and Fitch, her Presiding El- Soeake's sale a Saturday and bidding attendance of this grand old insti" der and her former pastor. An un- was brisk. Most ('. A. 1IARDIX, of Mercer county. everything sold tution had dwindled until there are usually large number of friends and well. Mr. Speake s going to CHAS. C. FOX of Boyle county. locate only about 90 students enrolled this acquaintances followed her remains in Kansas. We regret to see this For Commonwealth's Attorney to its last resting place and the year. ..'"Jcood . family leave our community, I, E. V. PURYAR. of Boyle County. ket was entirely "im, hidden by beautiful Ulte a Crowd oi the young folks . floral remembrances. R. W. KEEXOX, of Mercer county. from this place attended church at of. Gov. Bill Thorne, The deceased had lived in this valKings Mountain Sunday night. Adilrt-sta!) communications to The lcteriot (Henry county, says that he fears so ley 22 years and in this neighborjournal not to funic individual Sizes and shapes to fit any face and adapted to any beard. Miss Zora Baugh's school at this connected many "leading'' democrats want to hood for 15 years. She lnid been a with the pap.r. place will be out in two weeks. The FOR SALE DYXo matter .low inpertant they may bp, be governor, that there won t be devout Christian since early girlunMgui'd and anonymous communications to patrons want her to teach a two or 'Ifcf Interior Journal, aie igncred. Tho name enough J eft to fill the other offices. hood and a faithful and consistent ui the sender .s wanted as au evidence of three months' subscription school member of the Methodist church for roiI faith and not for publication. If you here, which slu has agree! lo do, hav.-sonictbinz you want to appear in The 10 years. Sister Rousseau.; is accu-alel- y Interior .Ion mil, ou inus.1 sign your name,' Get Good Contract beginning Jan I: i:h. ;. and beautifully described in The Interior Journal charges for obitu- - j John Rogers has rented the O. G. Warner & Bower, the Stanford Proverbs, 31:10 to 31. Her charac -ic, res- !u!i'jns of lespect and curds of j Spcake's i'avi i for lt'io.'arul will J ne ruj is. five cints a hue. been awarded the ter was plumbers, have i: 'Kb. o)w of singular sajeerity and i thru. Interior Journal has one of the take possession in a few days. Drinti'iK establishments in central .contract for puffing heating appara.simplicity, jre( irom MpsJ4a or. ett job nd vill be jrlad to figure with tus in the home of S. Woolfolk Giv-eYoung is preparing to move Kentti-k- y . y fcjnd of punting. affectation and unniarred by' the to Kdt!iefarm, lately his Middlesboj-o- . purchased from nyo:ie on a. The fact that slightest at tajt of selfishness. She their bid was not the lowest, is perved with 'hcerfulness and zeal Mr. llaller. It1jlji1llrv ivliof np ' W. L. '.Vcrvhodv S . over from the good opinion Mr. 1. ! ..--. ,.: cattle till;. Tantine will have pro.of of of the work the above Giv-e- !,.. 1xiu.uJ .u.u1 ne, e ....i, xwmoiH ottenheiin Laudgral camethe sale ot . ... to be clerk at Jci'l ,. llus - firm regard to lias praise or blame. She was j p q Speake. ). y. .Newman's doe.?. on onnnisMoiier .We Intra a me rrieiid ami conritlant ot the Miss Grace Young 'am ; hoine c.'inuiitai'V lor governor. . ood ? the other young; the companion and comforter from Louisville ford county man say Saturday. She wiil LOOK &.nd see if 3'our subscription oJ tho aged. Hers Phone 54. was the true Mo- - remain here until after the holiday. day that when the quarantiie.J"t ther-hear- t, is paid up. '. that marvelous result of 1'ncle John Butt continues a very I went on Newman was "cussed Divine grace that is nearest kin to iek man. He has been confined to tin- Divincst Love. She Ml asleep atp,is for severul days ovtMiiiue 10 awiiKe in uon- - eternal Stanford, Kentucky day dawn, where, "the shadows chamberlain's Cough Remcdy-T- he, y I xiee way." May we all live to join. Mothers' Favorite ner at tne assemoling ot the "ChurcJi ''I give Chamberlain's Couyh Rem- Deep-seate- d Administrator's Notice couirhs that resist of the First Born." edy to my children when they have i ... sons having claims against ordinary remedies require both exJler pastor, We are now open for business , . ,1 1 : 1 1U" '"Jic "c ... JOEL FRANK HEDGPETH. v.v.o x iMj,n., Bailey and "' again with Mrs. A"na ternal and internal treatment. It Shaffer, Vandergrift, Pa. It always eeased, will present, same to the Raney in charge. , .. , Miss Kate Davis , helps them and is far superior to you buy a dollar bottle of BALChildren BALLARD'S take any other cough medicine I have will be glad to show you the They IIOREHOUND UORiEITODND SYRUP willingly nNirAn by law and those mdebeted LARD'S SYRl'P used. I advise anyone in viAilrl rfT V.J. UCV.ll latest things in Dry Qoods, Ladies' Tfaejre isn't a it tastes nice. w the estate will settle. WALTER you get the two remedies you need such a medicine to jrive a 95-3Furnishings and Dress Goods. . better remedy ajlywhere for chil- For sale by all dealers. it trial I'MeKINNEY ,Admr. . 'S for the priee of one. There is a dren's coughs, hoarseness and bronRED PEPPER POROUS DON'T miss FRECICLES" tttJ chitis. Jt'-- a good medicine and Massns' Meetino STANFORD, KY. PLASTER for the chest, free with Lodge IU. BO T. m A. 11., mteU ia night at the opera house. 25c, $o0c and easy to iake. Price IdncolB stated commnnieatioa on each firet and tbird each bottle. Sold by Shugars' Drier $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Shugars' Monday nigbtt ot eaek voata at 7 o'clock ia & Lyne Successor to Hughes & Martin. Lynel their bail oa Maia atiMt, stanfori. Ky. Meji-- . ' GOOD pictures shows Friday and. Store, Stanford, & Bros. Drug Store. Stanford, of sister lodges trattrsally invited to bo I Crab Orchard. Saturday nights. Bros. Crab Orchard. Breual BKL" it ' IslBBKiBW ' We Going Them $i.5oto$5. The Landis Christmas Savings Club Lincoln County National Bank at -- Journal rather - H. J. McROBERTS. Guarantee for -- Ex-Lie- ut. - Shumate's Tungsten $2.75 - ; Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky, - larg-Th- ns SIT ns 1 1 Moves . Af.-.I'A Heaters - - ,.j GEO. H. FARRIS, OPEN FOR BUSINESS. ! .ii. '. be-cauf- ee I p JIEK-RICK- G. M. LYONS, 5 I We Had Our Opening Sale On December 2nd. .. ". - x .r- - J it"ij '" f . ? - M V WIF lit Cc.v i . - amm tarnrm-- a l.TPaBBBBK. While Prices were not as good as in January last season, they were better than the closing sales of one year ago. The offerings were unusually poor off grades and house burned 30,000 pounds were offered and not a rejection. Farmers, almost to a man, satisfied As the quality improves we look for higher prices. We, have now a full quota of buyers. Our facilities for taking care of you are unsurpassed. Come and hear our auctioneer. He is the best in Kentucky, and you can rest assured that he will Get The Price. M tft3ia Jrf. r v MiT'JHyiTAaBBaBaalaaiiiBaaiiiBliM Saks Are Held Every Day. Danville Tobacco Warehouse Company '. . :w. (INCORPORATED.) '..;. V'3 THE INTERIOR PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Social Calendar The Woman's Club will jneet in the club rooms at the court house at 2 :'J0 o clock. Bnxaar Dec. 12 ami exchange at one o'clock in the Dec 9. l're-bytcri- JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCY. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 8, 191. I 1 Idiot Claims Ready Circuit Clerk M. C. Newland has received the warrant1- - for the comthem to call and mittee and eget same. wi-h- an The Rook Club will meet with Mrs. A. II. Severance at the !hiiic of Mrs. U. J. McRoberts at 2 o'clock. Dec 17. Tiie Dixie Rook Club will meet with Mrs. J. II. Wright at 2 oYlock. Dec. 22. The ladies of the BapDec. 15. office building. rear of the po-toff- icc EXTRAORDINARY SALE Of Over 100 Wooltex Coats At the Lowest Prices it Has Ever Been Possible for Us to Make on Wooltex Coats WOOLTEX COATS are the standard of value in Women's Coats- -it is not possible to make a coat better than Wooltex and they have won the confidence of the public on their merits, so it has never been necessary to cut the prices of Wooltex Coats to sell them. A$ this is the first time we had a sale of Wooltex Coats at cut prices (and we may never have another) you will doubtless wonder why this sale. The reply is that it is the HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT The People's Market Place Advertise What You Have to Sell ! Christmas presents at MucUer" jewelry Store, Stanford. ROOMS for rent cr W. II. llim-- b.iaar tist church have a Chri-tn- ia ami exchange in the will ' .Ian Nt l!)l."i U.VU pot W. R. Gaines has moved his home to a farm outh of Crab Orchard. Tommy Da", the "Mayor of May-woowas in Shelby City Monday morning on a prospecting; tour. Miss Ellen Ballon ami Mis Anseveral ne Davis MeRoberts Cincinnati Iat week. days in Mrs. W. A. Carou, who has been quite ill for several weeks, is thought to be lowly improving. Mrs. Joe Goode has been ill at her home near Rowland, for several d'' the time and Mueller's- - w the place S"r presents. NOW i V. Chri-i.-D!- II. iit 9u'-l- d DIAMOND riii"!., diamond ant.- -, diamond brooehe: Mueller-- pen- - . Jewelry Store. at 971 f. ind-tuNOTICE All person- -- ett'e at to me, will please ell and once, as I want to wind up v.y hui-li- e. (M J. F. CUMMINS. days. Mrs. E. C. Jordan has been the e. guest of Mrs. A. L. Foster at ilus-tonvill- Mi- -, week end guet of Miss Margaret Deck at McKinney. J. H. Hill, of Louisville was here early in the week with his wife's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Camp- Elizabeth ilunn was the first chance we have ever had. The Wooltex people telegraphed us November 28th that they would take inventory December first and that on account of the very warm weather they had a good line of fine coats on hand which they would sell very cheap rather than take in inventory. As we could have used these at regular prices we jumped at this chance and spent all day, December 1st, in the Wooltex factory in Cleveland selecting the choice of their stock THE REGULAR PRICES. at an average price of ONE-HALF Insure volt nrooertv vtih Bromlev & Bromlev Stanford. Kv. BRACELETS, bracelet watches lockets, lavallieres cult button, fob. toilet set-- :, etc. etc. at Meul- - lers TO JG-t- d. TRADEI want hor.--e to trade lum- ber for a not 1 Every One of These Garments Is Absolutely Perfect and Newest Shapes and Carry the Wooltex Two-YeGuarantee. ar years old and a good worker. D. Crab Orchard. I'.rou'dilon. R. D. The bazaar will open Monday, Dec. 14. Bring in thb laduS. Miss tltiiiii-- - you want to BAZAAR ocr bell. and Mrs. Anton Ernest and baby of Highland Park, spent early in the ueek with her aunt. Mrs. S. T. Roberts. Cabell Woods, of Alpine, Texas, is here with his mother. Mrs. Ade-Ji- a Woods and will rest up a while i's his health has been poor. Miss Grace Young, of Louisville, Mr. sev-cindays We want our trade to get the entire benefit of this purchase and so we offer the entire line at a very close margin. None Sent Out on Approval $9-7- 5 Ella Saunders. 97-- 2. turkeys; SALE Uronze FOII hci. or two lor .?:i.75. torn r'J, Mr.--. A. J. (ioi.ch, Stant'oid. It. F. !.. fi I, l'hone H V. . Indie- -' '"--- ! came home Saturday to make a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. '. M. Young at Highland Mrs. Mollie Kunne'ley. who has been quite ill for several weeks, is seme belter, her many friend- - are glad to know. J. Beeeher Adams, of Danville, was here Tuesday advert isim: a concert which the Danvilllc Military Bund will give at the opera lion-- e here next Tuesday oxcnini:. Mr. and Mis. Kelly J. Franci- - ami $12.50 is the price of the first lot and these gar GENTS and ami is the price of next finer lot and in it are plain and fancy coats worth NOW up. clocks Mueller's LOST Knob by silwrwarc watches etc nt Uli-tt- l- to $22.50. ments are all worth NOW, $15 to $18.50 Made-$19.- 75. ween uy place on th the way of turnpike, r. large Topaz -- cal and clasp, on g"hl buckle attached. Finder will apply at Tor thi-- , otTicc or to ,1a- -. 1. I'aih-l'-e- ! x $19.75-Fin- est that Wooltex Coats reward. XOTH E. All pcr-o- n- 9:;y haunt; of will are little daughter, of Middlc-bor- o, the iruc- -t of Mrs. Francis father, J. S. llocker. and family. Mr. Francis went over to Lanca-te- r "Monday on lci:il business. Mrs. George 6. Mencfee, of Columbus. 0.. spent several days here recently with Mr. and Mr. J. X. Menefee, Sr. She left Tuesday for In this lot will be found street and evening coats are selling NOW in over 700 Wooltex stores at $32.50, $35.00, claims Kate 1'owell, again-- l the d. c-t- ate Mi. nt decea-e- pre-e- $37.50, $40.00 and $45.00. M ore than twenty different stylesof coats and materials to select from. Most of these are only one of a kind. ! them to me propel ly proven. will please indebted to the 97-- :i rattle. C. v. ADAMS. Exor. Tiic.-- u e-t- ate NOTICE having pci-oi- .s All claim- - airain- -t t!ie haumr ile oi pre-.-ent Birmingham, Ala., o v IIt relatnes ami friends before going to Syra ciise. X. Y., where Mr. and Mrs. Menefee will make their future home. I. S, Adams, uf Cleveland, Ohio, was here earlv in the week with his mother, Mrs. Martha Adams and his istor, Mrs. T. W. Pennington. He is on his way to Birmingham. Ala., where he and wife will spend Chri-tim- New do noi get the idea that Wooltex have cut the prices on their line of coats for they have not. They merely sold out the ones they had on hand, and any J. ! I them to me properly proven on or before December the l"th day. Aduir. The Chandler, de.ea-c- d, will S. M. CHANDLER, KOAI) CLAIMS will meet on 94. er lib-thei- that we may want to order now will cost us the full regular prices. i : , : : ; irwt TzimA dvw) laiiuitu $10.95 lioii-t- ; Cuit uuu ;in n.. vui ''hi-- , is :it the former here there, pre- Mrs. Adams, having already ceded him there. . . v: oiuiiY wnu u vyiicitvt ai vjitauy DC will AJ's Reduced Prices $19.75 $25 00 i C4-tr-wu- nuA the l)th day oi" Det.-.n-bfor the purpo-- e of allowinjr all r tunipikt claim.- -. Claimants mil claim- - with the county elerk that date. fi. Yu Cooper. Clerk iHU'l Lincoln County Court. NOTRE TO STOCKHOLDERS--Th- e re j: ula r annual meeting of toe stockholders of the Lincoln County National Bank will be held on Tuesday in January ne.t at 10 o'clock A. M., at their bankint: hou-- e in Stanford, Ky. W. M. IJrWit '""-Cashier. tin-secon- d M fi. al court of ;ihout lil'ty new Miits in a Woman's Cub Program, Dec. 9th. Kentucky During the Three Wars. Kentucky's Political Situation during the War of 1812 Miss Jennie Warren. Civil Affairs of Kentucky and the Mexican War Mrs M. D. Salin. Kentucky's Position During the Civil War Mrs. J. G. Weatheriord- Leader Miss Jennie Warren. Best For Kidneys Dr. variety of materials and colors and many r.tyles. Thoe were made to i's the frreatet lot of all as llioc are of the finest tailoring I retail at 7.o0 to .fio.OO 1 materials of the reason and all the be-- colors. These have sold :t .f2").00 to $32.50 choiect-- t t At this price we wiil sell any suit left in stock ami this includes all suits that sold at $39.50. and j .4.00. Wool and Silk $15.00 Choice of Any Dress in our Stock that sold at $25.00. $9.75 For Choice of Any Dress that sold at $15.00. $5.95 For Choice of Any Dress that sold at $9.50. Dresses-A- ll Reduced. small jiig came to my about Sept. 1st. They now weigh 75 or 80 pounds. Owner can get them bv paying for their keep and this notice. JAMES STRINGER, Mack Lvtle Pl'ive , R. F. D. I More-lan- d. FOFTi place 0fi-2- Says Doctor p. T. R. Xeal, Granville, S. C, says that in his 30 years of experience he has found no preparation for kidneys equal to Foley Kidney Pill. In ViOe. and $1.00 siz.c. Best; you can buy for backache, rheumatism, kidney and bladder ailments. For salf bv all drucgist. J. CHRISTMAS GIFTS Sterling Silver. We are showing an immense line of iincbt Sterling Silver Table Ware oi every kind from smallest spoons up to largest table pieces. All kinds of fancy Stiver Dishes and hollow ware pieces from 2 to .foO.00. Only the finest standAll Ivory. kinds of toilet pieces of Parisian Ivory of the very best make and at very low prices. I.improved, on the Stanford and Som erset pike; five room cottage, ham FARM FOR SA1.E. ?? jmtps necessary buildings; and other splendid orchard; fine lastna: water. If you want a nice little home at a bargain see J. .C. FLORENCE, 93t Stanford, Lock box 546. ard makes. Engraved Is A Neatly Dolls. cara Plated Silver. Full lines of 1847 aud other lines of plated silver Fine assortment of plated nives, Forks, Spoons,, etc. Bowls, Tea Sets, Traj's, Pitchers, Bakers, etc. silver Dishes, We are showing the greatest line of Dolls shown in Central Kentucky. All imported direct from factories in Germany. Prices from 35c to $5.00. We are also showing a wonderful line of new Neckwear, Handkerchiefs, Fancy Towels, McCallum Silk Hosiery, etc. POSTED Mrs. Frank .Cordier, Will Cordier. II. C. Baughman, Gottlieb Benke, J. S. Hocker, S. T. Harris, Jacob Gander, Mrs. Mattie Hewes, John B. .Anderson, J- - Frank Smith THE proper thing Dealers Wanted TBE2Sm!S!53HX' DEALER ia WE WANT tuwii in Southern Ohio, atfjaceat territory IB W. Vir'inia, Southern Indiana and entire Stat ol ALlfc Kentucky to Uke on eur line ot LEWl Our cars ShLL rooU, tnd METZ automobiles. satisfy the owners, and you make MOM.Y. Jrom &. Tliis fa a good chance f?7.- up: alo one at for an established Atito Dealer to lake on a .iuick-lli- ns lise of popular cars, or (or a live aUSTI-Ewith a little- - money and backing to Bet busiBeps. Write inta a flrst dasa (or particular to the Factory KeprrKnU-tfc-KE?rrOfc. MOTORS COMPANY, 21-Ninth St., CiacinnaH, Ohio. wiOc-awate R ny-makin!r N A for a lady or gentleman to present nowadays, when making calls. IT WILL PAY YOU TO DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING AT OU R STORE. Come and see what a beautiful line of samples we have and get our prices for 50 or more. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO. DANVILLE, 'nil'. AT.I.RW 37 S805 tu The Store That Sells Wooltex t: j ,-- j. KENTUCKY ; I .- - -- .t t.Vj.rf,- - -- ?.,, ;.;,-- , ;T V THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STAN FORI. KENTUCY. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 8, 191. Civil Service Examination Dixie Rook Club Quarantine Lifted. The quarantine on Kentucky has been lifted and cattle may now be shipped out of Lincoln and adjoining counties. We expect a big market here Monday, with good prices, so get your cattle in early. Mrs. Harry Hill was hostess ot the Dixie Rook Culb on last Thursday afternoon at her "home on East Main street. Most of the members were present and also one table of guests; Mrs. Adam Pence,Mrs. Arthur Hill, Mrs Lucy M. Hartley and Mi-- s Bessie Hill. The highest score o thc afternoon was made by Mrs. W. R. Todd and Mis. S. M. Saufley. At the conclusion oi the game a most appetising luncheon was Bogle Goes to Pen Sheriff J. G. Weatherford took Bill Bogle, colored to the Frankfort pen last week to serve from one to five years for perjury. The Sheriff was kept very busy collecting taxes up to the first and took iu a large sum before the penalty went on. Courage and Duty. To be strong in dull and dreary duty is almost the hardest task a man can face. It is a noble thing to be brave In tragic moments, but perhaps there 1b something even nobler than that. It is to be brave and glad, and strong, and tender when the sky is gray and when the road 1b dreary. George H. Morrison. "Do you think yoor nephew shows purany. predilection for a useful Nunnelley's Stock Yards, Stanford, Ky. at Stanford and Crab Orchard have been notified of a civil seri'icc. examination t be held at both places on Jau, i). 191 ."i for the purpose of obtaining an eligible list for rural route carriers to fill a vacancy at the Crab Orchard office. Quite a number are said to be preparing themselves to take the examinations. The official notice prescribes the following conditions: The compensation of a rural carrier is. based upon the length of the route and ranges from $184 to $1,-2per year. Age, 18 to "), on the date f examination. The maximum age is "waived in cases of persons honorable dschurged from the I'nited States militar' or naval service. An applicant mu- -t have his actual domicile in the the territory uppli-b- y a post office in the county for which the examination is announced -- open to ill The examination male citizens of the nited States! ... who can complv with tlie require-- 00 i- The postmasters CiraCNMS Easy asYii MGet-sure-as-fa- te Pltast! ir It is the first time that a real, corn cure has ever been discovered. "GETS-IT- " is the new Btisg Ustd y Kfflioai sg Fad tkeUdr Who Cera-Cv- e. corn-ende- 4r (fee the WorW. Create "CETSIT." Natural Inclination. FARM AND STOCK NEWS I Top boas were .fu'.Tu at Cincinnati j Prices Will Pick Up With Improved TOLD IN A SIMPLE WAY vesterday. Ton cattle $7.7o; sheep; Quality, Say Experts No Apparatus, Inhalers. Salves. Lo- $J.30. j. i. KiUe. ot me wot mm, pur ; 0nSj Harmful Drugs, Smoke or (Lexington Leader) eha-e- d MeKee Eilt'e, :i0. of hi- Electricity An improvement in the price of tofeeders j head of extra 1.050-pouu- d HEALS DAY OR NIGHT bacco on the Lexington floors will nn.-ipi- .ui , ;,t ami .s u U(.w w u u - ht)melnmc depeud more than anything else upUnlllid i absolutely different. No lotions, on an improvement in the quality sold lame- - Yowell, L )r:i'fi or sickly smellinc: salves or and an increase in the qauntity, acto Thomas Durham, of Boyle county, Vi ii"f imrur , " t tn ."iinm' cording to the concensus of the --.. i .. " A i "- J- oi '"""I'"""" ...tl"' " cr nf.ie .if ..: lrin.1 Vnfl.it.."".tn emnba of a number of tobacco men cents a pound. and three-quartr inhale. No steaming or rubbinsr or Saturday night. They were weighed up last week. No electricity or vibra inieetioiib. All of the local men seen, expressY. Carpenter, of Moreland, lion or massage, A. ao powder; no ed themselves", but not for publicasold 84 head of hogs, recently fed plasters; no keeping in the house. by Prank Hunn, which were weighed Aothing of that kind at all. Some tion.. There was not u, single criticism of the methods of the buyers up several days ago at six and three on the local floors, and many of thos quarter cents jor all that was put Interviewed expressed the opinion sbssssssssssssssssssbPTbsssW on them, to Myers & Co., of Huston-vill- e tl'at the tobacco offered has brought for ."jv3.b"0 per hundred. on the whole a fair price, considering the quality. Dog Days. B AA.. : sVBFffasttiau. Hfc!sE?jBsssJBsssff!fcvJ'jssssl Dog days is the name applied to "1 believe there is honest competithe heated season of the year at the tion among the buyers for the sever, time of the heliacal rising of Sirlus. el big houses.." said an independent the dog star; that is. the time when buyer. ''The price may stiffen when it rose just before the sun. They usuother buyers get into the matket, but We 40 days. ally lasted for ahout still riain the expression of dog days a hundred reasons why the '' ssssssssKssssssssssssW'' sssssssflr?-"'H there are m LsssssK-as applied to the hottest season of the I 'ssssssssmLw ' smaller buyers have not been much 1 jlllllML '' LsssssB' M year, but owing to the procession of I? ' ; Ssssssm. ' .Jk 'vl Jn evidence. One of them is that the m' the equinoxes it is no longer the time market is not expected to be very of the heliacal rising of the dog star. thing new and different, something active until after the holidays. It onietlung' is reasonable to expect that a con di light fill and healthful. Did Horse Seek Death? ueee-.-lnion do not siderable more active market with i Can a horse commit suicide? Thii to wait, and linger and pay out wider selection of offerings will be theory is brought forward through a it more attractive to the buyer who onsingular affair at I'righouse, England. ,i 1L of money. You ean I will giadly tell ly wants a few grades, and ean pick over iiitht--a- nd About a week ago a horse fell into a pond In the vicinity of the Brighou3e you how- - FREE. am noi a doctor up what he likes from a big floor." cricket field, and it was got out after and thi - not a doctor's ''The tobacco is very different two hours of strenuous exertion A prescription hut I am cured. Your from last year," said another day or two later the horse fouud its -- ui'leriim will .top :it owe like magconditions. "Tobacco is way to the same pond, and this time ic. grading different. There is no frozmet with its death. Brighouse people I Am Free You Can Be Free en leaf, but a good deal of house- are asking it the horse went there i v calami was liirnv ami loam-- i burn. A buyer really has not yet purposely. some. It made me ill. It muled my xn:n(. up his mind what he wants, mind. Tt undermined mv health and '.,,! is timid about setting up a Ancient Hebrew Calendar. keeping appears in history wa- - weakening my will. The hawk-pittin- g j value." Sabbath soon after the Babel confusion among ing, coughing. d made me Anther opinion expressed by one of all the scattered nations, and when noxious to all, my foul breath i the best known men in the local Israel left Egypt there were five and digutiug habits made even my known methods of Sabbath counting loved one- - avoid me .secretly. My de- -. Market is mat tne otterings urns far hae been too small to warrant The ancient Hebrew calendar wat.' vh nearest approach to a scientific eaten light in life was (lulled and my fac- extensive loading up. "If I had ulties impaired. I knew that in time bought for my firm sis heavy as I dar ot any of which we have any , it would bring m. to untimelv grave, intend to later in the season, I should every moment of the day have a hundred grades scattered , because and night it was slowly yet 0urlmtM Un In Armi. and mound through the The purists are now objecting to the sapping my vitality. not enough of any to make a hogsBut I found a cure, and 1 am ready head. I can't buy tobacco that way.' use of such modern terms as "drua-- l mer" for commerela' traveler, "tleep-- to tell you about it FREE. Write me One or two ot the tobacco men exer" for sleeping car, "hard up," "on pr0mptiv pressed the opinion that the go" and so on. They also oppose. MSfc JUST QNE CENT ,. independent buyers would eome inthe pkrase, an awfully pretty girl' j c, n " ""-'""' j,n,c to the market very shortly, and that on tte ground that beauty ne'er pro-on a postal card. Say: i :iml alrws duces awe to the beholder. would stimulate their influence "Dear Sam Katz: Please tell me more active competition. i vou cured catarrh and how I j how ..w .M.pw rM.iiw.ra kasaan I lt1 These estimated that, the condifrom tae ireaco paintings 01 womw can cure mine.' That s all you need tion of the monev market is all that in the Cretan palaces of the period to say. fwill understand, and I will Zc ntflii inllnnni.a Wilt S4 TIIO: , VJ. 13 AVC lll llll HI.1 it 'i about 2,000 B. C. It Is learned that the i loose leal houses, but this view was women of that time pinched in their Tr.;T- once, t uo noi ucmy. i scouted by others, who declared waists, had flounced or accordloa won. riii'.r. ai plaited skirts, wore an elaborate coif- Send a postal card or write me a that while the buying of tobacco is fure on their heads, shoes with high letter today. Don't think of tum-in- c a cash proposition to the farmer this pasre until you have asked who heels and bats which might have come hauls it in, it requires the mak-infrom a Parisian hat shop, while one for this wonderful treatment that of financial arrangements I'm woman might be described as wearing can do vou Avhat it has done for me. j in advanee of the opening of the a jupe cHlotte. SAM KATZ, Suite B 1318 market, and that little grading is 1325 Michiaan Ave. Chicaao. Ill l'ina'ncd locally. ! on. Ilu-toiiville. Catarrh Truth THE TOBACCO SITUATION serious relative. "Well," replied Mr. Groucher, "Judging by the way he tries to keep his face and hands and clothes, I think he would enjoy being a chimney sweep. suit?" asked the based on an entirely It is a new, different formula, never successfully imitated. It makes corns shrivel and then vanish. Two drops do the work. You don't bundle up your toe any more With Stfofcv tnno nml nlocfro.. tx. .... OrCSS dOWn on thf nnni. ?!i!??!!"!atinff slTtV. that don,t -j fH " mure nacKin at corns with knives or razors, no more bleed ing or danser of blood poison. Sfo incuts. more limplnjr around for days with sore oprns. no more corn pains. Is now the biKuest-setlin- s YOU CAN GET THEM AT THE I. J. "GETS-I- T corn cure in the world. Usoltonany If you want posters, hard or soft corn, wart, callus or ban ion. ToniRhfa the night. you want billheads, If "GIBTS.IT" Is sold by drujrjrtsta everyIf you want programs, where. 23 cent3 a bottlo.or sent direct by E. Lawrence fc C- o- Chicago. If you want envelopes. If jou want notelieads. - sold iu Stanford at GETS-I- T if you want statements, If you want job printing of any de- Shuuars Drier Store. scription done in the very best style and on short notice, call at the I. J., FRECKLES" toniuht. Office, Stanford, Ky. r, new-principl- I f i- I. M. DUNN, President JN0.S. J. M. SALLEE, VAN WINKLE, Secretary Assistant "" :. "" er ". S ma ' "" Bssstf? isMlssBsssflBssf ismbs1bJW sbHL- - iBSK BBSSBSSSSSSSSSHBSBsVsBSSSSSSSSSNSnLBSSSSSSBSSBSSSBSSSSSBSS sVBSSSsiBslsBilSSsisSslisSlBls!HBHiBlBliBlBsVW WV 'TTv VS gyJnBMSffiffBssssBsssssssssssssssB rassBtf- - ?BPLJBSsssstJj y L fXI jf"'HRBSsl : - " KjMsfiiWBWssCTBlJkslSisliSSBHlBSSSSS SBBIiRBSSSSSSSBSSSBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBCSBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBH' 1 r" S, " 'A j 3 Xf?"1l3'WifiHMHBSSSB "ssssssssBbsssIssBbBbPbssssibssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss v' t?jJi tfr t VJJ'BSSSSSSSSSBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSW.lj Nj m-tnn- tly l. top 1 i- i oh-an- Sell your Tobacco at the BIG HOUSE, that is the PEOPLES, located on Perryville St., one block from Q. & C. Depot; the house that has all the facilities to handle your Tobacco, having installed the latest automatic scale The Howe Scale Co., manufacturers. Just roll your Tobacco on this scale, it does the rest. You see it all, and with other improvements made we are in position up-to-da- te 1 re-Jiie- rs, ! so-call- ed ' r..kl. , tl ,ii llll-JJi- M- to handle your Tobacco with the greatest care, having men of experience to look after your interest very carefully. We solicit your business for this season, assuring you a hearty Kentucky Welcome, and the highest market price for your Tobacco. Telephone numbers 50, 529, 800. sr DAILY SALES l m&m IsssHJ Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES Iwt Benrias. traafa at of Hwiii Diiaates. Treatment. $l.a Vanity's IadiaBHerbs-45Ita- ys' Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment Dakota Jack's Creme Soap, Price 10c, 3 ban Uaitmd States mad Canada. CssBswsesl of Roots, Hera, Barks i lus sue ranoHS all ovsr the Ft and 2Se 2Sc t DAKOTA JACK Tltt NwthMftem Cewfcey pursuot moian herbs OltlclNATOIt OF All oh sale at Druy Stsre, Stanftr- -, Ky. Shuiars" Dakasa JacVa Haaaa AsUrasKtIas4a Ga-- Sick Headache Sick headache is nearly always caused by disorders of the stomach. Correct them and the periodic attacks of sick headache will disappear. Mrs. John Bishop of Rose-villOhio, writes: "About a year ago I was troubled with indigestion s:nd had sick headache that lasted for tw;o or three days at a time. I doctored and tried a number of remedies but nothing helped me until during one of those sick spells a friend advised"me to take This medicine relieved me in a short ime." For sale by all dealers. ' e, Cham-lierIain'.s"Tabl- Free Stables and Free Insur-ance on Your Tobacco. v Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Co. INCORPORATED DANVILLE, KENTUCKY s EIGHT PAGES TODAY. Established I MO 55th Year The Interior Journal No. 97. SECOND SECTION. Stanford, Lincoln County. Kentucky Tuesday, December 8, 1914. Tuesdays and Fridays Christmas Reduction Sale We present a ! Stanford School Honor Roll Primary Joe Brackett, Everjbtt Pruimnett, Lueile Dunn, Margaret Geneva Guode, Nannie LuhsfWd, Oaks, Ueorgie Pendleton. First Grade Zella Barnett, Charlie Blankenship, Beatrice CamenUch, Louis Mershon, Margaret Traylor, Dollie Walls and Adelia Walker. Second Gradt Auuelle C"aroii, F.Ilie W. MeClary, Katherine Murphy, Eunice Popples, Thelmu Walls, ;ibr:i Walker, Viola Hill, Rowan Saulley, Jr., Ha tier Smith, Welch Fepples, Joe Proctor, Foster R. Phillips, Harold Dunn, Allen Anderson. Third Grade Eddie B. --Baugh-man, Emma Brackett, Olga C'amcn-iscSadie Katherine Kincaid. Emma Pcpples, James Paxton. Henry Bidder, Mary Louise Stone, James Turpin, Frances Traylor and Lueile Walker. Fourth Grade Ollie Atehley, Lee Davis Fisher, Frances Fish. Adelaide Proctor, Lelia Cook Rauey. Fifth Grade Margaret Pettus, Elizabeth Greer, Josephine Gooeih, Isabella Warren, Mattie Belle Kincaid, Katherine Brady. Sixth Grade Bertha Blankenship Thelma Powell, Woods Gover, Henry Baughman, Robert McCormaek, Joseph Walter, Guy Smith, James Baughman, Margaret Wood, Emily Campnisch, Lueile Carter. William Tate, Gabe Raney, Ola Rankin and Morgan Baughman. Seventh Grade Mary Brackett, Sam Craig, Frances Corminey, Nellie Davis, George Fleece Farris, Mae Gover, Mary Hill Garmaii, Janie Hocker, Vie Gose Smith. Margaret Shanks, Sophie Saunders, and Sadie Wearen. Eighth Grade Hester Anderson, fearle Baughman, Sara Corminey. Carrie Davis, Margaret Davison, Sylvia Farmer. Thelma Francis, Paul Garman, Ruby Hilton, May Belle Lyons, Bertie McClure. Jessie Lee Phillips and Edward Tanner. Freshmen Mary Beck, Maurice Bruce, Clara Cash, Elizabeth Carter, Annie V. Craicr, Frances Ernbry, Allie R. Fish, Rachel Hill, Nancy K. McKinney, Ada Mobley, Annie Rogers Powell, Clarence Singleton, Cora B. Trestle, Annette Wearen and h, aaslssssaaVsssssssssssalal fifteen-da- y reductionsale Thesejreduc-tionsar- e (Hl M.akslsLsff Jw " lT VsbbbbbW. taaW. w W by) ssL of unprecedented magnitude. general to the entirestock. We guarantee everything we sell to youjo be first class Merchandise, and. we will save you from of a dollar, and bear in mind, 4 of a dollar to all of our stock is new and up to date. Read some of the quotations which follow and remember the sale is for 1-3-- 4 Neuralgia There is no need to suffer the annoying, excruciating pain of neuralgia; Sloan's Liniment laid on gently will soothe the aching head like magic. Don't delay. Try it at once. 15 DAYS ONLY LAOIES' FOULARD SUITS Colors AH Sizes) Ail Kinds All $14.48! $23 Suits at $12.48 $20 Suit at $ 9.98 $13 Suits at .1o 'iU Suits at Suits in one lot We have 5 wiirth IVihii $10 to $13. We will cluse them out in the sale at $5.00 for several years and have tried different Liniments, out Sloan's Liniment is the beat Liniment for Neuralgia on earth. I have tried it successfully; it has never failed." F. II. WiUioma, Aujxista. Ark. Mrs. Ruth C. Claypoot, IndeptnAenct, Mo., writes: "A friend of ours told ua bout your Liniment. We have been using it for 13 years and think there is nothing like it. We use it on everything, sores, cuts, burns, brubes.sore throat, headaches and on evcrytninfc else. Wo can't get along without it. We think it u the beat Liniment made." Hnt Wkal Otben Say "I have been a sufferer with Neuralgia LADIES' DRESSES Serge, Muslin, Crepe and Silk They are well made and trimmed with Russian tunic. $9.98 $13 Dresses at $6.48 $10 Dresses at $4.75 $.7.30 Drosses at $2.98 $3 Dresses at MEN'S OVERCOATS COMFORTS $23 Overcoats at $20 Overcoats at $i 0 Overcoats at $5 Overcoats at BOYS' SUITS $10 Suits $5 Suits $4 Suits $3 Suits HOUSE DRESSES CLOAKS ALL KINDS LADIES' Linen, Flannel and Gingham $1.19 Satin Lining $2 Dresses at 98c MEN'S HEAVY FLEECE $14.48 $1.23 Dresses at 23 Cloaks at 79c .$12.48 $1 Dresses at S20 ('Vaks at UNDERWEAR ..$9.98 Ml Clothks at 50c garments at ..$7.48 $10 Cloaks at 25c garments at LADIES' UNDERWEAR ..$4.98 fc 7 Cloaks at $1 garments at garment, heavy fleece ..$2.98 50c $ 5 Cloaks at .39c ol All-Wo- at at at at ..$1.24 $14.48 $2 Comforts at 1.25 Comforts at . . . .89c $12.48 DRY GOODS $7.48 75c yd All wool serge at . ....39c $3.98 19c 25c yd poplin goods at 13c yard wide percale lt. . . . . . lC 9c 15c yard gingham at . Ov $6.98 10c yard gingham at .4 $3.48 lie yard calico at 9c $2.98 15c yd bleached calico at $1.98 10c 3'd bleached calico at .7 J 2c 2c SLOANS LINIMENT is the best remedy for rheumatism, backache, sore throat and sprains. At M dealers. 25c Seai fbar ceats m ataama for a TRIAL BOTTLE Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Inc. Dec.B. PfcilinVlfriiie. 7 l-- 2c yard bleached calico at. SHOES .6C Fa. LINED 39c all kinds. 19c We have a full line of Shoes of $2.98 $1.98 $1.48 $3.98J e.W . Walnut Flat School Honor Roll w, w, MISSES' CLOAKS 30 Clonks $7 Clonks $3 Cloaks $3 Cloaks at at at at $4 Cloak at $2.50 Cloaks at CHILDREN'S CLOAKS Bearskin ad tmncnuia o UoaUs at Women's Shoes 89c $4 Cloth top shoes at Garments lined, at $3 gun metal shoes at .19c $1 garments at 25c garment at 79c $2 gun metal shoes at Ladies' Union Suits Men's Shoes $7.48 .89c Union Suits at $5 Shoes at CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR. $458 $1 .. $2.98 19c $4 Shoes at 5e Suit at . $3 Shoes at ; UNDERSKIRTS $1.98 LADIES' 39c i0e Suit at $2.98 .Ye have a complete-lin- e Allda.niii.--4-..39C-ta o .Kerseys' 1 .$2.48 " $2.5Qoesu)JL,.ii4W;i$J LADIES' RAINCOATS "Raincoats at $7.50 Raincoat's at $5 Raincoats at 10 MEN'S SUITS S'ElALL KINDS, COLORS AND SIZES c..:. -$14.48 il -- f Suits ,l" $10.48 at $15 $7.48 $10 Suits at $4.96 Ten Suits in new lots only, worth from $10 to $12, in $4.98 . ., the Sale at $2.98 . M MmK I 2r: a:? - Men's and Ladies' Silk Ties You can select what you want. We have a complete and full line o BLANKETS $5 All wool blankets at $3 All nap blankets at $1.50 blankets at $3.25 Children's Shoes 48c to $2.48 From Feit Boots and High Top Shoes $2.98 $3.50 values in sale sit $3.98 $5 values, go in sale at $4.75 $7.50 values go in sale at y,' .$1.98 MEN'S SHIRTS Dress Shirts and Work Shirts 88c 50c Values in sale at 39c Now is the time to buy your winter clothes while you can save money. Don't forget the date DECEMBER 12, 1914, 7:30 Bargain Stanford, Store The Salem Salem & -- Don't forget the place Thelma Poyuter. Sallie Iloltz-elaWilbert Wade, James Iloltz-claMary Wallin, Jesse CurtL-Clarence Wade, Besie Wade, Mary Chancellor, Carrie Wade, Jiobert Smith, Verna Poynter, Albert Burge, Joe B. Chancellor, Margaret Wade, Grace Poynter, Lcona Wallin. The Gene Wood. following pupils made the bet Sophomore Joe T. Embry, Matsy Grimes, Katherine HarfTsT"" Nellie rgraldes in the separate studies r read Wilson Hill, Ferdinand Matheny ing: Thelma Poynter; writing: Sallie JToltzclawj spelling: Robert Smith: and Serena Young. Juniors Bessie Brackett, Lueile arithmetic: Joe B. Chancellor ami grammar: James Dudderar, Gertrude Gaines, Shirley Jesse Curtis: Holtzelawj history: James Holtz-claGover, Maggie Rankin, Erne Ware. physiology: Sallie iloltzclaw. Seniors Mary S. Cook, Clinton Coleman, Sallie M. Craig, Anne D. A Test for Liver Complaint McRoberts, Bessie Moore, Mary M. Tianey, Verna Rout, Mayine Single- Mentally Unhappy Physically Dull ton, Elizabeth Warren and Kate The Liver, sluggish and inactive, Lynn Wood. first- shows itself in a mental tate unhappy and critical. Never is PARLOR GROVE there joy in livug, as when "the Miss Lizzie Lay, a popular and .Stomach and Liver are doing their efficient school teacher of this vi- work. Keep your Liver active and cinity, and Mr. Jesse McCreary, healthy by using Dr. Kind's Xe? eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lite Pills; they empty the UoweU McCreary, were quietly married at freely, tone up your Stomach, cure Crab Orchard on November 21st. your Constipation and purify ifie Mr. and Mrs. Luther Reynolds Blood. 2.iic. at Druggists. Buckletfs and childen visited Xi: Jarett John-so- u Arnica Salve excellent for Piles. , w; - last week. Yellow Journalism. Grandpa often read aloud from the newspaper for mamma as she went about her work. One morning W. G. LONG, OF 212 CHARLES AVENUE, PRAISES ANDES.-R- E" Maxine brought a paper and IS -- RE. sat down at his feet Grandpa noticed MEDICINE DECLARES SULTS SURPRISING. that she, too, was pretending to read MARKABLE AS ANDES CLAI MS IT TO BE. aloud. "A little girl ate a chicken alive and feathers growed out all over 'A tired, dragging feeling of the her back," was the startling bit of statement after, One intcm-tin- g dulfl news he heard. From the Houseanother i being made in connection body, a sluggish mind and depression of spirits, ner- keeper. with the introduction of Andes, the memory, vousness, headaches and bowel new medicine that is accomplishing! trouble are among the numerous Overcoming Obstacles. such remarkable results all over' symptoms of a condition from which There is something else for us to Kentucky. W. G. Long, residing aC a surprisingly large number of do in this world than to resign ourselves to a series of circumstances. If 2PJ Charles ave., "Lexington, one of' American citizens suffer. taught that 95 we try hard enough we will find a "Experience has the city's olde.--t and most favorably way to surmount them. known citidens, said: "For the past per cent of all chronic ill health is two or more years. I have suffered caused by stomach trouble, consti-patioVictoria Fond of Jewelry. kidney and liver troubles, vith stomach, kidney and bladder Queen Victoria, although simple la trouhL. I failed to digest my food bad blood, nervousness, headaches, her tastes, had an almost oriental likproperly and dyspepsia also devel- dizziness, and even rheumatism, and ing for beautiful and costly jewelry. behind all of this is catarrhal in- Even if she rarely wore it, its possesoped. "I felt languid and rather listless flammation of the mucous jnem-bran- e. sion gave her pleasure and she is reported to have spent hours In looking most of the time and frequently had ' "Thousands are now using Andes' ever her collection. nervous headaches. ANOTHER LEXINGTON MAN GIVES FACTS five-year-o- ld u, v "I decided to try Andes' Pre- Prescription all over Kentucky to scription. It was a happy decision overcome these troubles and in each - It is the best the first relief I have had in years. thing I have ever tried, as I am improved in many ways. T heartily recommend Andes to my friends." The Great Andes, when asked for an expression regarding Mr. Long's statement, said: on my part, as the medicine proved casej the preparation is accomplish- ing surprising results. "These statements come from the men and women of unquestioned honesty and integrity who feel grateful as a result of having found such a great source of relief." "Andes' medicines are sold in Stanford by Shugars' Drug Store. YOU CAN GET THEM AT THE I. J. If you want posters, If you want billheads, If you want programs, If you want envelopes. If you want noteheads. If you want statements, Tf you want job printing of any description done in the very best style and on short notice, call at the I. J., Office, Stanford, Ky. Mrs. David Walls a week end A CONFESSION visitor with her brother, Mi. Fred Xlorton and wife at Danville. Mr. "Wall joined her there and spent Sunday. Mr. Win. McCoy is in Grant counwill Help Other Wi ty on business. Mesdames John Waddle, M. H. LOOK and see if your subscription Baker, Angeline Sims and Miss VesHInes, Ala. "I must confess", says is paid up. ta Sims were visitors in Waynes-bur- g Mrs. Eula Mae Reid, of this place, "that Cardui, the woman's tonic, has done me last week. Tobaeeo growers are taking ad- a great deal of good. I Before commenced vantage of the damp weather to would spitI up everything using Cardui, a 1 ate. I had nn-nA- V strip their weed. tired, sleepy feeling all the time, and was Mrs. Henderson Goff was a busi- irregular. I coukf hardly drag around, ness visitor at King's Mountain one and would have severe headaches continuously. day last week. Since taking Cardui, I have entirely Miss Maisie Braswell spent, two quit spitting up what 1 eat. Everything nights last week with Mrs. Mattie seems to digest all right, and I have gained 10 pounds in weight." Johnson. If are a victim Misses Flossie Waddle and 'Elsie ous you so commoa of any of the numerills to your sex, it is Dishon spent a night last week with wrong to suffer. Mrs. Leeinan Singleton of Waynes-bur- g. For halt a century, Cardui has been refi-mmaw lieving just such ills, as is proven by the w w: rm k. TCSSMKIT'- - Y The farmers who have Avheat and thousands of letters, similar to the above, wm f sr pour into our office, year by year. rye sown, were very glad to have which Cardui is successful because it is comthe nice rains last week. posed of ingredients which act specifically Mrs. Dora McCoy spent one day on the womanly constitution, and helps tast week with Mrs. Green Gooch at build the weakened organs back to health and strength. Wnyncsburg. helped Cardui and wffl kelp Little Margery Morris met with you, too.hasGet a others, today. You bottle quite a painful accident last week. won't regret it Your druggist sells it. A little playmate ran against her Write to: Chatfimm Medlctee Co.. Ladles' Dept.. Chattasoata. Tena for Special Itf afnd bruised her eye badly. book. "Hom ttructions on your case an4 Mr. Luther Reynolds purchased a Twwit far Wawa."saat la alaia wfaaaar. NCUI AND ALL THE FAMILY Two and a half million readers find it of young Duroc Jersey gilt of Mr. Win. absorbing interest Everything in it is McCoy. Galls WiiftsaaSa Ye Cm UaaWsfaatf K We.seB 408,009 copies every month without Mf TREES have cmaf premiums aod yoa ano aolicitofs. Any aewadealar wiQabow copy; or .write the Fruit and shade trees, Shrubs, mine sample a postal wa do. Grape Vines, Rhubarb, Asparagus, S1J A YEAR ISc it COPY thing for Orchard, Lawn and Gar- Veterinary Surfttn ami Dentist fapalar Mechanics Magaafaa den. No agents.. Free catalogs. H. Office Phone 194 Residence 204 F. HHfenmeytf ft Sens, Lexfefttn, STANFORD. :: KENTUCKY Kentucky. Ky. HfsHerSutelk4eN.eK. BUYJT H -- HBjpMjpj jv-r-- !.; 'jxwm SRTH2i to popisos R MECHANICS MAGAZINE For Father and Son A4-vls- W-p- ae tr hT Dr.JshiGMk,VJ5.al. lay Jbsmrti rMh V THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STAMFORD, KENTUCKY. KIDD'S STORE TUESDAY. DECEMBER 8, 191. t tt : ft- -i "' 1 BASTORU irTKffrlVKIVl For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. C& (ingUtcSioaacfasamlBowissri !; FroMotesDrgestfcmGtsdur nessandfestJContdnsKittuT Opiimi.Morpfcnc norMiKraL Bears the Signature of Not Narcotic. ASP In MKfecfMBcSMEUtnJO. t ion . Sour StoMckDtantoa VorrasJComiriswRslwcnsIt AnafecrlaKiv forGOMftfr neyswdLossoFSLgp. ir ni Use For Over THE CENTAUR COJffAUl NEW YDBK. Thirty Years eed under 1 Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORH THB CCNTAUH COMPANY. MCW V.RK CITT. 5 ale of Valuable Land with the will annexed of James A. Harris, de- Corn harvest discloses greatest per cent of damaged grain ever known, amounting to one fifth to a fourth, both on stalk and in shock. Shock fodder was so damaged by late October rains as to be almost rained. The market opened here at 00 cents a bushel of 73 pounds in shuck. Ben Mays, Jr., our champion boy r, has been awarded a complimentary trip to Panama Ex position, all expenses paid. Jessse Grubbs has just received a medal as champion sharp-shootof his regiment. Lewis Grubbs, of Williamsburg is with his numerous kin, first time in many years. It is astounding to the weather-wis- e that record shows lowest November temperature for forty years. Every Odd Fellow should bring his ; in Also that there was more October than any year since night family and friends also every other! person who is interested in a of 12, 1862. Frank Reed and Miss Lolie Miller, oood clean, moral and refined show of Chcll's Ridge were maried Sunday at a small price, the proceeds to go! 22nd. by Rev. Wm. Ualt. Carpenter to benefit the Widows and Orphans and Jrye's creen bands combined in Home of Odd Fellows. Opera House serenading the couple with one of Friday night, Dec. II, 1914. Admistheir classic symphonies (?), which sion only 10 and 20 c. 'the night being calm, was awakenMoving pictures of the Odd Feling to all within radius of four lows Home of Lexington, Kentucky. miles. See the home in motion. Your venerable and versatile The main buildings and grounds. correspondent made a wide. detour about northern riim of Casey so that he could renew acquaintances at this center. Come otten Squire. It is without hope of compensation trat we congratulate Stanford on acquisition of McKee Riffe, our most industrious, enterprising, tire-Jehustler. Things simply hum when McKce is on the job ind your loafers are warned to keep well inside thc curbing if they would corn-groweer Mid-dlebur- Odd Fellows Night Stanford Opera House AT Friday Night, Dec 1 1th, 1914 STANFORD LODGE No. 156 The Home Band on parade. ..The children and the Home officers. The children on their way to The boys at work in the gardens. Sunday School. ..In the corn field and filling the The evening lawn Party and band Silo. concert. ..The cattle and the barn, milking The Girls' dormitory ready for time. bed. The bottling department, the city The little child's prayer Good milk delivery. Night. Feeding the chickens. 1.000 feet of interesting pictures The play grounds. The boys base for every Odd Fellow antf other good ' ball game. pictures Friday night, Dec. II, 1914 The fire drill, safety first. at the opera house 10 and 20 c. u; Two Shows ss es-cnp- eu which might mand liniment and bandages.. A de. shaping-u- p de- First Show Starts at 7:30 P.M. Second Show Starts at 8:30 Good Music. Be A Booster For a Good Cause. AS administrator feased, I will on 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 payments, due in six and twelve months from" January I, 1915? equal and hearing interest from that date until paid, at six per cent. Fuji and complete possession wi!f be given on or before Jan. 15,1915 At saw? time and plaee. I will also n) a small lot of household furniture, the property of Mrs Susan Harris, deceased. rd . Smith Agents Ky. wagon (new) 1 Ross cutting box, I TERMS Made known on day of to see the cultivator.' sale. Any one No. 10 (new) 1 five-toofarm can call up W. W. Owsle. who j several turning plows: 2 two-horOF LAND AND PERSONALTY .wagons, 1 post hole digger-100 can be found at. the residence. B. W. GIVENS, Admr. barrels of picked corn in crib, SO As administrator of the estate of rods of Adrian wire fence, 50 bales of S. E. Owshy. S. E. Owsley, deceased, I will sell to of straw, o shares of stock in the Col. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. the highest and best bidder at his1 Hubble Telephone 40 Company, late residence, near Hubble, in Lin- gallons of crude oil, 300 shocks of Massns' Meeting coln county, Ky., on the day of fodder and other things too numerLincoln Lode 'o. 60 P. a A. AI.. metts ii stated communication on each first and third Wednesday, December 16, 1914 ous to mention. Monday nights of each month at 7 o'clock in Hall on s:ilo li"nnnintr uronintlv at 30 o- At the same time and place the their of sister Main tieet, fatanfor!. Ky. ilem-lr- s lodges fraternally invited to be clock, A. M., the following personal home place will be offered for sale, present. property and will oiler lor sale as the farm consists of about 220 acres of the of fertile land situated about I mile agent of the hcirs-at-lasaid S. E. Owsley the following veal ta?t of Hubble on the Danville and Don't Forget "Quality estate: Six milk cows and calves, Lancaster pike. This farm is well Co!, i. M. Dunn, Auct. P. M. McROBERTS, . when you bny that two registered Jersey cows, one improved with a handsome colonial . Admr., C. T. A. of Jas. A. Harris, deceased. ? heifer, subject to register, brick residence, with -- even rooms Having e.o;je in the goods busi- Jersey S brood sows, and large hall. There aie two b.irn ness, at l'over, Ky., 1 will offer the 24 hogs including 1 extra good, gentle on the faim. This farm is well wafollowing property tit public sale horses including family horse, 1 aged mare mule, 1 j tered and suited for a stock farm. ""SSSFacfcr... m my farm on Don't forget Harry Jacobs fe There are 4 acres of growing alyearling mare mule, 1 GEtfT ,ToR Buys Qualitv and Tuesday, December 15, 1914. corn planter (new): 1 mowing ma- falfa and 40 acres of wheat. Jf Sells Quality Only (new) : 2 riding cultivators, the farm is not sold will be rented lf chine miles' from Jlu? One and ouo-ha(new) ; 1 for money rent to the highest Telephone No. 164 STANFORD, toiivflle, on the Aliddlebuv;-- : pike, (new) ; 1 1 Studebaker commencing corn cutter (new); ram or shine, the promptly at 10 o'clock A. 31., the '. it following; described property, Five horses and fyules; one black mare, seven years oJd, 10 hands high, good worker and driver, not of anything and sound; one bay mare, eleven years old, lb' hands high, in i'oal to jack; one bay .mare, two years old, sired by Artie W. 2:-0- 8 pacing, she is a race blood 2 and has the action; one pair of weanling, red mare mules, extra good ones; one, extra good milk cow; one Duroe Jersey boar, pedigreed; two Duroe brood sows, pedigreed; Will farrow about March 1st. 100 shocks of fodder, more or less; INCORPORATED 1BBO. one or two stacks of mixed hay; wagon; one buggy; one two-horGASH CAPITAL, ONE MILLION DOLLARS. one MeCormack mowing machine, disc, good as new; one two-horgood as new; one Oliver Chilled Sixty-thr- ee Years' Experience. Hillside plow, good as new; one two-hor& Trust Co. At State Bank Steel Lever harrow, good as row; one corn drill, irood as new; one single shovel plow: four good water barreK : one good grindstone; gree of apathy or stagnation never known, iere is assured till we win fli,iaGW ""'- him back. Mrs. Jesse Swimbeck, of Louisville has returned after a pleasant and pleasing visit with kin. Uncle Samuel certainly has a who misreads myopic Kidd's Store either Kron Prince, Kamchatka, Kalushin or other foreign name as periodically a batch of our Interiors never, neer finds your patrons here. The mercantile microbe has again overwhelmed the former John Wan- maker of Kidd's Store, Barney Leigh, and he is giving the old Cross Roads a few pointers in methods of Hunters arc fewer than ever here. '(juaiU arc scarce and the rabbit is . lmost extinct. Last season they weru a nuisance. mail-supply up-to-d- ate Stanford Opera House, Friday, Dec. 11 Public Sale ui-hi- ng th se , 1 store-keepin- g. w Public Sale v-- rw ,- -. ."5 ' MONUMENT Salin & MIM m two-hor- -e dic-harro- w to-w- -- 1-- Madison Tobacco Stanford, se Warehouse se se will open for the reception of Tobacco, Monday, November 30th. First Sale Wednesday, December 2nd. WINTER TOURIST TICKETS SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARES TO FLORIDA-CUBA-NEW ORLEANS AND TO ALL OTHER RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. LIBERAL RETURN LIMIT. PRIVILEGES. FAVORABLE STOP-OVE- R EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS OF SALE All sums of $10 and under, cash. All over $10, six months, negotiable note bear ing six per cent, interest from date of sale, payable to the National Bank of Ilustonville. Remember tl" Place and Date F. W. CGPPAGE. J. B. Dinwiddie. Auct. J. P. K.tfy, Clerk. Capacity 250,000 Pounds Daily We Led the Public On Monday, Auction i For reticulars Apply to Any Ticket Agent or Address KING, I & C; 101 Pass r and Ticket Ageit East Main St., Lexington, Ky. Dec. 14. 1914 County Court day on the premises, a business house, with flat above; en Main street. Stanford; hot and cold water with bath. Half cash, balance terms to suit. W. K. WARNER 94-t- d & CO., Stanford, Ky. 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, THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCY. A Kidney TUESDAY. DECEMBER 8, 191. HIGH SCHOOL NEWS BALL BAND OVERSHOES made with Snow Excluders Water cannot seep in at the side. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. December Clearance Sale! AT THE Emporium, Hustonville. We are caught "wih too many goods by reason of the warm weather. This is your opportunity to buy Winter Goods at HALF PRICE. up-to-d- ate Ladies' Suits and Cloaks. Suits that were $25.00, now $15.00; Suits that were $20.00, 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 $3.00. Come early and get choice. Men's heavy wear shoes at Cut Prices. We ignore the advance in leather and invite you to come and be convinced- - Ladies' Gun Metal Shoes also included. MILLINERY HALF PRICE. Come and let us do you good and see what a small purse will buy. Headquarters for the delivery of Xmas Goods. Santa Claus' son, Ike, will meet you at the door. Yours to please, CHAS. WHEELER. Boots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded according to the Original & Exclusive Formulas & Hecipes of Charlie White-Moo- n, The Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. the SCIENCE SOPE, for the HuGreat Body-Toni- c. man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write COM-CEI.-SAB,, CHARLIE WHITE MOON TteCnrWrEerealist SICINftfOR OF white-wows cheyemne im1jm Mrs. 3731 CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N cok-cel-s- k:meoie$ . science sote West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky Rex Coal Black Star Black Crescent All hot, free Burners No Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghampton. N. Y., for a sample size It- will convince anyone. You bottle. will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling about the kidneys one, Caildwcll High School, which and bladder. When writing, be sure was defeated 38 to 0. The other and mention the Interior Journal. Regteams and the scores: fifty-cesize botand ular S. H. S. 0 vs K. K. S. N. 0 tles for sale at all drug stores. S. H. S. 3 vs E. K. S. X. 0. S. II. S. 7 vs E. K. S. X. 0. S. II. S. (i vs E. K. S. N. 0. S. IT. S. 0 vs D. & D. (). S. If. S. 7 vs D. & D. IS. We will offer at public auction at S. II. S. 13 vs D. & I). 24. the Pink Cottage Farm, a mile and a S. 11. II. 25 vs L. II. S. 0. half west of Stanford on the HusS. I J. S. :V vs L. II. S. 0. tonville pike, on S. 11. S. 18 vs Central 2nd 0. Saturday, December 19, 1914, S. II. S. 13 vs S. II. S. 33. , S. II. S. 34. S. II. S. 0 beginning at 10 o'clock A. M., the following livestock : STOP BUYING EXPENSIVE Two jacks, one, the great J. 11. COUGH REMEDIES Pauglijuan jack, Samson, black and four years old; seven jennets; a Gecrge Hur draft stal. Make the Best at Home lion; 20 fat hogs; a nice draft marc loncy for the old style, and colt; a good heavy woik horse: rcady-'Ji:i- d three Jerseys; six brood mares, , cough syrups in bottbred to jack; three extra mule colts: le-, lidding only - to 2 2 nuiiccs a lot of farming implements: about - cry I:irgcl d. becau.--e mo- -t Ji theui are onipocd principally ot 400 shocks of fodder to be fed out ugar and water. Yet you have to on the farm. Terms made known on dav of pay the same price u. if il wa. all TATE & MESSER, sale. medicine. Stop wasting thi.- money. Stanford, Ky. You can make a better cough medih cine at home at the cost. W. C. Cundiff Merely to the Xew Stanford Dink Wilkinson. g V. A. Land. Drug Co., and k for 2 ounce. nt one-dollar (By Hartwell Shanks) The Domestic Science class has at last moved into its kitchen beneath the eighth grade room. The young ladies are enjoying cooking very nuich. Here's hoping thejr will continue to keep up the good work. Me.ssr.s. Lewis Proctor, Prescott I'rowii antl Bryan Perkins went .hunting in Rockcastle county during the holidays. They killed 50 bird! in all. Bryan Perkins '17, Avas absent two days last week. Sain Embry 'J 7, has returned to school after an illness of a week. Although his arm is still in a sling he is quite able to attend to his school work. Everyone misled him greatly while he was absent. Mi.ss Gertrude Wilkinson 'J.") was taken .suddenly ill Wednesday and returned home at noon. Clinton Coleman 15 was absent a day and a halt' lat week. Some of the base ball fans of the school have been counting the days until base ball practice begins. Some claim SO days; others GO school days. The Seniors have ben setting the style in classy tie pins ami English clothes the pa&t week. A good crowd attended the play, A Kentucky Belle last Thursday cnJoy it. night and all seemed to Quite a number came down from Crab Orchard. The boys of the three higher tlasse of the High School have organized a Young Men's Club. The dues are ten cents weekly. The f:rst meeting was held Saturday evening when officers were elected. The football team has won ten out of 1U games played within the labt two years. Of all the teams i has played it has outweighed only Advertisement Brought Great Happiness Remedy I take pleasure in stating that 1 have used Dr. Kilmer's Swaiup-Tioo- t. that I was greatly benefitted by the same and have used it in ni' family. I had a son when quite youug he suffered from bladder or kidney affliction. 1 called in my physician, he attended him but did him no good. Almost lr accident I noticed an advertisement about the .curative properities of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t. I procured a buttle and gave it to him according to It cured him of what we thought was almost impossible and the same with others of my family. I have such strong faith in Swamp-Jvosthat I have never done without it in my family since the wonderful cuie of my son as Avell as myself. 1 recommend it to all who suffer from kidney or bladder troubles and 1 am led to believe that it is one of the best medicines for the purpose for wheh it is used, that has ev been discovered. This is my experience from the "Wishing use of Swamp-Roo- t. the promoters of this wonderful medicine a large sale to the suffering public, 1 am. Yours respectfully, W. H. MeAPEE, Atlanta, Ga. 63 Bioyles St. Witness, & O. Williams, Notary Public. dir-fctioiib. To Country Merchants. ot I have a very large stock of Shoes and Oxfords and Pumps that I will whole- sale very cheap. . . . t JOHN C. CALDWELL Successor to Roberts & Caldwell, I Letter to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N Y. 1 DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. j j I Prove What Swamn-Ro- ot You Will Do For YOU KNOW That style and comfort can go together in a Corset. Ask us to show you the many new Models of the KABO Corset. Public Sale KABO MEANS GOOD. L.1L SANDERS, Crab Orchard. First National Bank, STANFORD, KY., Is a Member of the Federal Reserve Banking Sys- four-year-o- ld 1-- i- wa-tc- tem, and as such is fully authorized and powered to transact all banking business conferred by that Act. em- - otic-fift- a-- soot, few ashes REX COAL YARDS H. L. PERKINS, Prop., , Successor to E. B. Denham worth) of Schiffmann's Concentrated Kxpectorant. Mix this with one pint of granulated sugar and mie'half pint of boiling water, which makes a full pint of (lb" ounce..). Thi. new, simple, pleasant remedy is guaranteed to relieve the worst cough or cold. Also excellent for bronchial bronchitis Asthma, croup, lion r.cnes- - and whooping cough. One bottle will make enough; (oOc -- THE LIBERTY LUMBER CO. Liberty, Ky. Manufactures o: and Dealers In All kind, of rough and dressed lumber, moulding and casing of all kinds, ceiling, flooring and siding, all tirades. Send us your orders for mill stuff and framing. Prices and grades guaranteed. Exchange Corn for Meal We are grinding corn now. of corn, we give you in exchange 47 pounds of bolted meal. If you are not already one of our exchange customers we want you for a customer. Courteous and prompt attention to every For one bushel C3 73 73 srsrsrsrsrsrsrsrsrsrsrsrsrsrsrsr" in FAST WINTER SERVICE TO 73 C3 m m C3 C3 m C3 73 73 73 Hi 73 73 Hi PC FLORIDA Via 73 in in 73 C3 73 C3 SOUTHERN RAILWAY Premier Carrier of the South m 73 73 e cough medicine to probably last the whole family the entire winter. Children like it, it so pleasant to take ami it positively contains no chloroform, opium, morphine or other narcotics as do most cough mixtures. Keep it on hand in i case of emergent y and stop each cough before it gets a firm hold. The above drturgi.t has been authorized to return the money in e'ery .ingle ca.e where it does not give perfect satisfaction or is not found the best remedy ever used. Absolutely no rik is run in buying this remedy under this positive guaranb.vs. tee. home-madi- -: Public Sale customer. 73 Hi 73 C3 73 C3 73 C3 m "ST. LOUIS SPECIAL" 73 C3 High-clas- s, steel equipped train; through Drawing-roo73 Pullman Sleeping Cars to Asheville and Jacksonville. C3 73 73 C3 STEEL COACHES-NE- W 73 C3 DINING CAR SERVICE All Electric Lighted in C3 73 73 C3 Other Famous Southern Resorts Aiken Augusta Charleston Columbia 73 73 C3 m Savannah Summerville 73 C3 73 C3 73 C3 73 73 C3 C3 in car service communicate with your local agent, or Very Low Homeseekers Fares Winter Tourist 73 Excursion Fares Stopover and other special features. m 73 For information as to schedules, fares and through sleeping in 73 C3 Saturday, December 12 1914 at 1:30 o'clock, 1 will offer for sale at public auction on the premise, at Milledgeville, in Lincoln county, Kentucky, the followiiig property: The Old Isaac Gibson mill property, later owned by S. E. Owsley.. The pla'ce contains about thirty acres in good state of cultivation and has never failing water on it and good barn. The residence contains four rooms and two porches. There is also a house and lot on. corner of place. Will sell these houses sepaNotice to Hunters. rately and then as a whole. At We, the undersigned, agree to en- -' same time and place will sell a lot of lumber from the old mill. Possesforce the law again i trappers on our farms. Fox hunt- sion given Jan. 1st. TERMS One-ha- lf ing especially prohibited. All hounds cash, balance in one year. found on our lands roamiug, trailing or in the chase, will be considFurthed particulars write. B. W. ered trespassers and treated ac- GIVENS, Agent, Hubble, Ky. 9fi-tI. M. Dunn, Auctioneer cordingly. Wm. E. McAfee Nora E. Ayers, TO THE PUBLIC Y. P. Givens, Maurice Givens, I represent the largest and best Isaac SOhelby, Misses Shelby, L. clothing house in this couC. Bosley, H. P. Hawkins, I. S. ntryEd V. Price & Co., Chicago, 111., Tevis & Son, II. L. Tevis, Joe E. My experience in measuring and diWright, G. A. McRoberts. recting the making of your clothes, --- PHONE 11 J. H. BAUGHMAN & GO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY Don't Forget to Go to T. D. NEWLAND Opposite Court House For your Christmas Oysters, Celery and Cranberries Telephone 168 d. J. L. Beazley & Co. nijmlj J. C. M'dary JK.L made-to-ord- cr .KK A 4L 'Wj!i I l!jvTmHMt F tt lm Dr. Henry L Casey ' 73 B. H. TODD. District Passearfer Ageat Starks Building. Lovlsvllle, Ky. 73 C3 Veterinary Surgeon DANVILLE, XT. 73 MBRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSR OFFICE NEXT LOGAN'S IT A IX V gives me the advantage over one who is not a practical tailor. If you will give me your order 1 will promise you a square deal. You will get the worth of your money, either in the cheaper UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEIF grades or the higher priced. My fall Furniture Matting, Rugs. Fwnl and winter line of samples are now turt ftr all Kin ready for your inspection. Call and Of Stack. let me show you. H. C. RUPLEY, STANFORD. KY The Practical Tailor. PHONE 42 - UNDERTAKEN Exch;tf AND EMBALMEI Offlet Pfcant IS7. Hmw Phtut 3& M tTMFlND, KENTUCKY. THE INTERIOR KENTUCKIANS JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCY. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 8, 191. SWIFTLY RELIEVED OF STOMACH ILLS BY MAYR REMEDY DEVICE FOR FIREMEN From all over the country come thou sands of just such letters. This won- Iderful remedy shows results, safely, Helmet Enables Wearers to Resland with the first dose. Ma'nv Keutuckians have found swift cue at Fires. WrmiWfnl Stnmnch Remedy relief from disorders of the stomach d;gestive tract of mucoid ac First Dose of Wonderful Treatment crctions and removes poisonous mat-an- d Has a Reservoir of Air, and Test intestinal tract by the use of Mayr's ter jt brings swift relief to sufferers v Shows It to Be Effective Has from ailments of the stomach, liver and Wonderful Stomach Remedy. Been Adopted in ChiThe first dose gives results. It is not a j bowels. Many deciare it has saved cago. jthem from dangerous operations and long treatment. are sure h has saved thcir lives' Chicago. Chicago fire officials have Here are statements taken from the!"'device to prepeople who have adopted a Ve want all letters of two Kentucky people who apparatus rechronic stomach trouble or consti- vent suffocation. The have used the remedy. sembles a helmet and pation, no matter of how long dress. Ky., W. H. CLARKE, Central City, standing. t. try one dose of Mayr's Lieut. Philip Ryan donned the ap"The medicine ha nodess taoinunnu Wonderful Stomach Remedy one paratus in test. . a "The medicine has done my wife a dose will convince you. This is the "It works fine," he declared, emergworld tif good and she has been suffer- medicine so many of onr people ing trom a subcellar filled with smoke. ing with stomach trouble for years." have been taking with surprising re "I could breathe without any trouble. MRS. P.ELI.E HAWKINS. Emi- - sults. The most thorough system I figure that this new device will nence, Ky.. "I have taken all of the cleanser ever sold. Mayr's Wonder-medicin- e. prove a great life saver." 1 don't think I need any now Held close to the head by means of fni Stomach Remedy is now sold springs, the apparatus prevents the I am well. I never felt better jhere bv Penny's Drug Store as I think and entrance of gas or other fumes. The j in my life. ' druggists everywhere. fireman breathes through tubes connected with the body of the apparatus. "The apparatus is just donned for the purpose of life saving," declared Thomas O'Connor, acting chief of the Chicago fire department. "It is only possible to work in this uniform for about five minutes. That, however, would give us time to enter a building to rescue persons and emerge. Although we have made, tests of the new apparatus, we have not as yet had occasion to bring it into actual use." A New York device, which Chicago firemen believe to be impractical, is supposed to supply air to firemen working in cellars and lofts and Is Eaid to have withstood various tests. Alongside the nozzle carried by the Shows Results After Years of Suffering 'c J Christmas Suggestions Of Gifts J life-savin- g life-saver- 's for "Him" Christmas and the Holidays are at hand and our store is again headquarters for appropriate and lasting gifts at prices which really represent money saving. It is certainly to your advantage to make your selection now, while our big stock coniains such a wide and complete range of suitable presents. The next 15 days will be busy ones at this store. Below is a partial list of gift, for him. GIFTS AT 50c Silk Ties Suspenders in Box Cuff Buttons Hi Box Silk Sox Silk Handkerchiefs Silk Garters Tie Clasps GIFTS AT $1 I Attention Ladies ! We have just received fromjjthe 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. Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank. GIFTS AT $1.50 Collar Bags Dozen Collars Dress Shirts Pajamas Moca Gloves Combination Sets of Ties, Sox and Leather Combination Sets Laundry Bags Warm Gloves GIFTS AT $2 AND $3 Hand Embroidered Cravats Traveling Slippers Gold Cuff Buttons Silk Reefers Automobile Gloves Fine Thousand Pleated Shirts Silk Cravats Silk Sox Croquet, Felt and Kid Slippers Handkerchiefs Hats or Caps ROBINSONS Other giftfs a plenty at more money. Men's bath robes, smoking jackets, silk shirts, fine travelingbags, suit cases, etc. Accept our advice and make your choice now for delivery later on MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION SALTONE AT Parks DANVILLE, ALBIA Some of the farmers of Goocb-tow- n lire very busy gathering corn. MHMWurr- Tin re was a meeting last week New Device for Firemen. at Oak Grove church conducted by Brothers Godbey and '.Mease. Sis firemen using the Halloran contrivance were added to the church. is a brass tube to which is connected Ofttan Kidd and family came in a line of hose extending to from Illinois last Saturday and the open air in the street. This hose furnishes air for a suction hoemed glad to get back to tbeir old which is caused by the powerful force Kentucky home. of water sent through the nozzle. Mi". Colson is getting along fine The water rushes by an apparatus with his school and has a good athaving direct connection with the air tendance. feeding pipe, and forms a syphon, A. C. Mintsic and family visited which in turn is supplied to firemen. Saturday and There are three supply pipes on the bi first model and these are held by the Sunday week at Goochtown. firemen in their mouths, with a hard This And Five Cents rubber holder, whioh is perforated and looks like the noseguards worn by DON'T MISS THIS. Cut tiiis slip football players. eni'lose five cents to Foley ofc Co., "While I will not say positively, not Chicago, 111., writing your nanifc and knowing anything about the experiments of the New Yorkers, it appears to me that a contrivance built according to the description would not be practical," said Assistant Chief O'Con. nor. "I have' never yet heard of a contrivance which would protect firemen from smoke and fumes, especially ammonia fumes, for any great length of time. "I consider our new device, which we have just adopted, is the nearest to perfection. We have tested it and basehave remained in smoke-fillements for five minutes at a time." one-inc- h son-in-la- w & Hendren KENTUCKY Lodge So. 156. Nothing but the Best at Any Price W. H. Higgins' address clearly. You will receive in Notice to Odd Fellows return a tree trial pas'ige containAll members of the Stanford ing Foley.-- . Honey and Tar Compound, for coughs, colds and croup. Lodge I. O. O. F. are requested to be Foley Kidney PilN, and Foley Ca- present at the next regular meeting Tuesday night, Dec. 8th. Important thartic Tablets. For sale by all business to attend to. AV. L. Cordier, Xoble Grand, Stanford I. O. O. F. POSTED 96-- 1 TfiTlVoRM IWlnP I V RICHMOND, KY. , State Certificates'. Valid in all Public Schools of Kentucky, special Courses and Review Courses. Tuition Freo t Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new model school, new manual training building, practice .school, department of agriculture, a well equipped jrynmasiwni. Domestic Science. First Terra begins September 7. Second Term November 16, Third Terra January 25. Fourth Term April 5, Summer School opens June 14, Catalogue Fre;. j. ,if CRABBK, President. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS (iiirse Ie.Milinj; to Elementary, Intermediate and Life Mrs. Frank Cordier, Will Cordier. nopcdiisnoa jo; tm.I lira".l .HH 3T. II. C. Banghtnan, Gottlieb Benke, J. ji ,J,J3.fIUU lie S pins y auxuu.i S. Hocker, S. T. Harris, Jacob Gan"o "'p.iox i der, Mrs. Mattie Hewes, John B. simui.mnl Jtf pii'S oqi jt ..tBj jns iiii.:iiii pin: i" .iiji u.xln sue .Anderson. J- - Frank Smith pun jut:iij.i)ii iwjui j .uno ijjjbjkj s.iibh t "ra.ti.-i.C-- " lat V IffeL L fM BnsiBe9S,PlwHraiy TYPEWRITINGand BOOKKEEPING Sui u; "9SI "U "sosv:n: "V ;iu-,iu- -i v U.itil.i.Mi put: out "V J "wp "ic? qj'l IIJX jii.m.ui ,u.; x oj ujojis St "ia."IIU T o HXVUJ Snl I.u iujii pi: uii fdlrf.. ralnmlT ...lfl.if.M.1 3iij in mercantile op .ijuno.T "op.iox Its President ha yean of experience educating 10.n0 piiu "o.) :y ..ii!..i.t J' , !." .tl i: snii-ni- ii.miir. ml banking bnsineM. also 32 years f jo uun .ii jo 3UBJ.J jfJiuq.i j .iq jem .jjiki yonng men and women forwitxeta . SVEnter now. i Jojrj.is iUttM WILBUR K. S3tmi.lrexlastM.Ky. j "S3 "iiuni.j soirj "of i j, je a"jj "ji(o J" e. ---- Oftfc.SMltH IUSIMESS C0LLEIE fMiManlal TELEGRAPHY j savTiou viiiii-- mjii.) . lu'lt ii:ju:. j" ii'.i ij.t. uauu.-c.; .IIRH J' osn otii pun 1.i.m wus om :t." puu picsjjtjn vtjcjij pun. f Telephones on Farms at Low WHEN THE WEATHER GETS TOO BAD TO USE YOUR CAR d MOUNTAINEER IS AN ADAM Rates If there is no telephone on your farm write for our Free Booklet telling how you may get Service at 50 cents per month and up. A postal will do! Address:- - Strange Man in the North Georgia Mountains for Has Gone Naked 61 Years. Savannah, Ga. Word comes via the North Georgia mountains of a strange man named John Castellow, who has grownMo be 61 years of age, hale, hearty and happy, without ever wearing a stitch pf clothing and without ever using a single word but the monosyllable "Gee!" Says a travelet from Harris, describing the marvelous Farmers' Line Department. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE ft TELEGRAPH COMPANY BOX 339, FRANKFORT, KY. person: "He lives four miles east of Windsor, in Bertie county, North Carolina, and his health is perfect. He has not missed a meal in fifty years. "When I visited him he was entirely nude. He is the strongest man I ever saw. His body 1b normal and well shaped, but his strength is prodigious. He can break a double plow line as easily as if it were a cotton cord. He is gentle and has never been known to hurt a living soul intentionally. He cannot speak a word except the one monosyllable 'Gee,' which he uses in various intonations to express all kia desires and em tUtta." it to us and let us put it in good shape for next season. WE HAVE EVERY KNOW GOOD FACILITY-T- HE TOOLS AND THE MEN WHO HOW TO MAKE YOUR OLD MACHINE RUN ALMOST AS AS NEW. NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE IT DONE. WE CARRY ALL SIZE TIRES AND OTHER EQUIPMENT IN STOCK. THE LINCOLN GARAGE PHONE 203 STANFORD, KENCUCKY