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The Intekio SI OURNAL -- -- -- 4 1 Thia Paper Stup Wamm Toar Tiac p Watck tie Date Oa LaM Keaew Yomr Sabscriftioa Pr pyBjF u u4rijr V 1 4 Stanford, Lincoln County. Kentucky DEPARTMENT Tuesday, Deceitoer II, 1914 Tuesdays and Fridays Iit k It- - ipHl. fkW like herds of cattle driven to the CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CHECKS GIVE A BOOK TO slaughter. Surely there wy-- s no IS HIGHLY HONORED PUBLIC LIBRARY Big Man in Movement To Speak ! Inaugurated By First National Bank ig The Great War Is peace but sudden umd terrible des- Are Being Sent Out To Club Members It Armayedd & Here Saturday Under Federal Reserve Act Stanford Boy Elected Captain of By Lincoln Bank truction. Is this Armagaddon? From Woman's Club Asks Eveyone To Foot" University of Virginia a careful study of the scriptures Make the Library a Christmas The tfirst National Bank, of StanThe first real good roads meetings Over 400 people are being made and the prophecies on this ipiestioa ball Team For 1915 to be held in Lincoln county since ford, one oi" the oldest omi safest AVhat is the meaning of this j Present of a Volume happy this week by the receipt of the inauguration of the movement financial institutions in this part of clysm of the nations? Is it the vrreck and the prophecies on this question checks from the Lincoln County I will say that this great war is not c. Xev.s was received from to secure a through pike from Crab the state, makes an interesting Splendid reports were heard at of civilization? Is it the Armageddon; but since Turkey has Xatioual ,Bank of their part of the to Cumberland Gap, will be nouncement to its friends and Harris Coleman, Va., that ed Armageddon of Bibical prmjhe Savings Club money, tie meeting of the Woman's Club ou decided to enter into this fra, there Christmas Saturday afternoon at two o'- - trons in this issue of the I. J. Under cv? Yesterday, so to sneak. which has been acculatiug all year. "Wednesday, this week, of the reon of Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Coleman, j the new Federal tlieserve law, it has world was a neighborhood; today it is every possibility thai this terri- Assistant Cashier Welch Rochester sults of the first few week of the clock at the courthouse. oi Stanford, has attained the very master Robert E. Woods, of Louis-- 1 inaugurated a Savings Department ble Avar of fourteen nations of this is u slaughter-hoiisa eedqjtery. has been busy for the past two or free public library, which was opin athletics ville, will be highest honor possibly the principal speaker, j and will pay three per cent, inter-M- r. Today there is turmoil and iuiniue, world now engaged in this war is three days making out and signing ened under the auspices of the Club. and school life at that big iiistitu-rio- it Woods is State Director of the ; est oa deposits, furnishing free. a. hatred, ruin, and a mutual desire tp leading straight on to Armageddon. the beautiful checks which will go With the library open but once jl ' While Turkey kept out and the of learning. He ha:s been elect- Kentucky Good Roads Association, savings bank to each customer wliich kiil. Does it mean nothing toethPa week, and that Saurday afternoons, war avus confined to Europe, Ar- to every one who had the thrift to ed. Captain of the lDI"! football and is thoroughly in touch with the 'may be taken home where .small race but the changing of a feWjintlers set aside the small amount necessa- the librarian, Miss Mattie Paxton, mageddon did not seem so near. is kept constantly busy recording Ivaiii. Xext year is? young Coleman's Boone Way movement. He ha- - been, sums may be accumulated and depos and the making of new boiuulary Armageddon is located in Palestine ry each week to become one of the book- Inst at the university, and it is grat- it touch through correspondence Heel at any time. The bank also an lines? taken out by a stream of visf club members. The checks range in about sixty miles north of Jersalem. ifying to his many friends "back and otherwise with James Maret, of nounces that interest will be comvalue all the way from $12.50 to itors. Men, women and children are hundrcd'lyear.s and that is to be the gathering place Over twenty-fiv- e ."f(i.'!.7j according to the class which among the patrons of the library home" to know that he stands as Mt. Vernon, who has done more than t pounded semiannually, which will ago the projjhet Daniel toldlfeof ti of the hosts of the nations in the high in his studies aas he does nry other 100 men to make the ' be a profitable feature for depos- - time that would come when t,f call been pronounced by a. and it last mighty battles of this world. the individual may have joined and number has leading Boone Way movement a live issue. itors. This progressive institution to w lie i is 'iini of in itlili.lw ovunti: citizens as the: according to the amount piad in war would ring out to tlu iidtion' Mr. Maret is expected to Le here will increase its advertising space and that thev would respond M the Here is thu prophecy of that great; weekly. best thing for Stanford that has come' Coleman has plaj'ed on the event i football team two years, and has too, as will also R. L. Collier, and j in the I. J. and have a number of cry as we see today when luori men. The checks coinimr riirht at the been inaugurated in a long while. r; "'Proclaim ye this among the maWe wonder- The members of the Woman's a great rcpittnton. The I. J. others who are pushing things at interesting things to say to its are under arms than at anv onte'.time up the time when every person is tions; prepare stir ' insf notvith-staiidin- g priiutcd hj- -t week, an extract from the Crab Orchard end of the line.' friends during the next year. Read in the jvorld's where he will be able to get Club are justly proud of its success, history, mighty men; let all the men of war. i11 sl on the third page of this is- :i paper which told of his fine work Mr. Collier will introduce Mr. Wood4 all the efforts of thejpeace draw near; let them come up.... enough money to buy all of the and are anxious to have it continue. SHe. in several games. The following while Judge James P. Bailey has icieti'es and the cry of pea'nnd Let the nations bestir themselves, Christmas presents he wishe- - to They find that there are calls for a to preside oer the meetbeen -from a Iiiclunoiid, Va., paper tells afetv that certain religious teaeh- - and come up to the valley of Jehosh" give, will be a boon to the Christmas great many books, which are not in HIGH SCHOOL NEWS ing, and will doubtless do so as he work in the big Virginia of III ers have been setting forfifjaor a aphat: for there will 1 sit to judge shoppers. The issuing of these the library, and are desirous of rem' checlxs will mean not only croweded edying this as quickly as possible. North Carolina game wliich i the - an enthusiastic good roads (By Hart well Shanks) number of years. Thev all the nations round about Everyone is invited to be big CAcnt of the year: and goes to A plan wa suggested by the There are only six members of wars to cease, ai.d have declared Multitudes, multitudes in the valley stores and happy Christmas awak- -' show tliat his winning of the Cap- present, and an interesting and filings but. al-that many persons president at this week's meeting that rethe original Bach Club studving this that hey would cease. God has of decision for the dav of Jehovah meeting is taincy ol his team is entirely dewho never before could start .a ; every citizen of Stanford make a winter. The majority are going to corded their declarations: ana then 11 f 1. .. .:.... . 111 . . ... ... . , , is near :.. ti ine iiiey ol uecisiou. 1 .n now oei.osiu men v. misim;..--. m-i-- m ed : sert 10 uu- - inu.n m college while the others have suc- they have declared that God's rec- - joej 3 ol The meaning ol Je- - sating , , .... CRAB ORCHARD ,....... ...,s J u dispeen-in- g the laurel- - leaves, ..km. ui ...or . :...k so .,s .0 ,...- cumbed to Cupid's darts. The forttiu- - ord or their Ueclart.on m th;,; mat-- , Uosi, hat ; JelloVah loc& 1utit.e. Any with the hearty approval ot the one is forced to remember three Mr. Thomas Collier, of Louisville, ate six, or rather unfortunate, are ter wis God's own declaratioiitto the T.i.e 4V. ti, .,.,.,.:., 01 something towards a rainy day. fr " members of the Virginia teams, visited his parents, Mr. and Mis. Misses Mary S. Cook. Sallie Mills human race of what he purposed to ot the local merchants will be glad.1 members, and a cordial invitation 1'iiM'V' the nations at Armageddon seem.-- . above all jt. rt.t Captain Mayer, I :irvc Collier last week. and rc.juest is 4o cash any ot these checks who Craig. Mary Early, Anne Davis be. This declaration from .Jsitiah ,aiu t he Gooi-""Hobby" and Coleman, the Next r '"' opens Monday. ' tne good ot the coiiimui.ity at heart. - they have thus interperted: ;And He vl,aH Marv M. Ranev and Mavn? T..ri-v'tr.,,,. ..t..' Miss Jin Xcwland, who has been sturdy guard. me. Singleton i Jl. at wlncli time new to remember tlu libra rv when thev They will entertain (God) shall iiido-i- ' amoii" the na- - Lillys II IV mIII Illllf . i (MUMP 1111 IJecember visiting the home folks returned to In ndditiion to his splendid work Cl.,.,f..,.,l Wu.ltli..l.l-will be permitted to join, purchase their Christina j the ills. other members of the Bach Club tions, and shall rebuke many pebple Turkey to be driven out of Europe members in advancing the ball he played u iJlllllJnu . nvuub:uui The library book are all ueatly , . at i six o'clock dinner on the even and tliey shall neat their sworns in- and the Sick Man of the East to This club lias taught many people to . i brilliant game on the defensive. His -- .Mr. lionert Li. bonier inoioreu to ing of the 2S. Covers will be laid for to plow shares and their shears in- come catalogued in to his end. In the past Kng-- i save small amounts who. without its and systematically tackling was almost faultless. The "tunlord Wednesday. twenty guests Xo one will bo invited to pruning-hookshall not land, France and thL. other nations aid, were accustomed to look for- the club rooms in the courthouse, nation Mrs. Sam Ikeyiiold- - returned Mon- (except the Bach Club vjiy be a light Winston by the arms and their ees- - lift up sword against nntionliieither have sustained Turkey but in this, ward to Christmas with apprehen- and all are invited to call and inand brotight him to earth, following day from Bedford,. Ind., where she corts. shall thev learn war a y' more. case Germany is the only nation sion that they would be unable to spect it. A visit on Saturday after- will disclose the interest that ihe ( arolininiis's long end run in spent several pleasant weeks with Miss Gertrude Wilkinson "L"i has Isaiah 2:4" (' that is with her but God has said .1 purchase presents for all the friends noons being taken and the good that is serond period, was worth the price her .i., Will, who is in business been very sick to remember. It lias is It is essential that we Icnow'who time would come when Turkey, or the. they (Wished for several days this there. in buvuig of admission to the game. "that being accomplished week. j is saving this. Thee veise inuuedinte- King of the North, would be driven so aided manv Forest Foley and family returned Coleman was easily the best linemany year: ba home" which Clarence Cooper '17 was unable fly preieding the one quotedJ9reads: out of Europe and that tinie has ar limt.i li'tl..il .t for man on tile field. His work was to Somerset Wednesday after a ... v,w. 1. ..w ivitli .t."r ...... v....... JOE MURPHY'S FINE RECORD to attend school Monday and Tues- "And many people shall go- ih1 say. rived according to the prophecy of brillhint. lie played more like an end short viit to his parents here. Many niembersbips are kept up by ( onie ac and let us go up. the J) aniel. tidings out of the east Mrs. Wood Peters is home from day. than a guard. His tackling in the husbands for their vives as a pre - pormer Lincoln Horseman Gets the ol the Lord, to th li shall trouble him; there- Clinton Coleman "Jo has been ab- mountain open was hard to improve upon. The Oklahoma." where she went to visit cut and by i.iany wives to present j gues ,n Western RingS .sha! lgo forth with great sent this week, suffering extremely of the God of Jacob: ami He Carolina forwards simply could not l.er parents. 10 men inis.iaiHis. .w nLkammmWktM'eSt WIV !llll til iittorlv lll;ll.-i- . teach us his ways, and we v. ...v. ... .... j....., Mrs. George Stephenson and soii,i with his eyes. handle him. Xo man on the Virginia in His paths; for out of Farmers Home Journal last haMe: jsAhd he shall plant the! , .TCCT The Camp Fire Girls are pJannin urine team got as manv knocks as .the ..Jolin. left for Texas Tuesday to trm ks uian ncBHx H.:.. Mn victory m thg week told ot the splendid success go forth the law, andltkv . palace betAveeuT .Cms. 1 . LheuJkitish -naval - . - 'that Joe-i'- . Murphy, toriuer'y ot. .,, '. , -- . ..mouii .i. tlays. .No definite arrangements have Jflie Lord from JerusalemvS'W&,- no'SHTRTtl.p Gin 111 the vis all that could be desired. Fre several months it, "Many lieople." A"ndAvIio ate, tain; . Lincoln, is having in the west with he shall come to his end Rev. Gabbard preached excellent been developed. quently hf went around and pulled 1 saving it now. The secom x. Aerse ol and none shall help hnu And at that Englalnd almost to the exclusion oL his string of horse? It said: . , , Much talk isheard of taking the down the runiiei; from behind al- sermons Sunday morning and evenall oilier puasos 01 111c war news. J. 11. Murphy. of Mr Kinney. play, Kentucky Belle" to Crab Or- this same chapter tells us that it time shall Michael stand up, the The last word regarding the naval ways fighting, though at times ing. la- -t days, great prince wliich standeth for the shall come to pass in the Texas, has just returned from Mi-s Myrtle Murray, the presi- chard or Huston ville. groggy. f etc: 'children of thy people: and there engagement was that the British'j Shrevcport, where he was very suc Maurice Tucker '17 wjfs absent a dent of the Christian Endeavor Sosquadron, after sinking the GerIf we had no other proof that we shall be a great time of trouble, man cruisers Seharnhorst, Gneisc-m- il cessful. He showed at Decatur. Ft. entertained that order Mon- half day from school Friday. PETER CARTER IS STRICKEN ciety Worth and Da Mas, Texas, and Miss Fva liankin was unable to arc living in the last davs. present such as never was since there was a day excniig at the home of Mrs. and Leipzip, with the loss- ol' nation even u that same time, etc.' Shrevcport, La., making ninety-on- e day facts fulfilling that, prophecy Prominent and Respected Citizen Is Will Pettus. A musical program was attend school one day hi week. nearly "2.01)0 men, vas pursuing the shows in all. winning eight-si- x j ne jjoinestic bcience lass is pre- - would be proof enough That scrip- - Danel 31: 14 to Daniel 12:2. the leading feature after which deVery III With Heart Trouble tleeing Dresden and Xurnberg, the fi-lightful refreshments were served. paring to give a pie supper one night tare fulfils our times and our times, These texts denote the driving of other two vessels- present- when the ribbons, only out of the money Peter Carter, one of th,. most re- AH rei.orted a splondid time. Miss between now and Xnias. The pics .fulfil that scripture. There shall b.j the Turk out of Europe, and until action opened. The Xurnberg was al- tunes at the four shows, lie took spected fanners and citizens .of this Myrtle is doing a fine work a-- will be made by the pupils in the signs in the sun. and in the moon, he comes to his final end as told us so sunk and the search for the Dres- Garrard Chief with him although he had quit showing him. Mr. Scott and in the stars: and upon the earth hy John, the Bevelator in Kevela-distrecounty is very ill with heart trouble leader of the Endeavor. Tht. exer- - chool kitchen. den is continuing. Avith perplexity; tions 1C: 12-1- 6. of Howling, Green, Ky.. avIio under the sixth of nations, From the prospects there will be at hi home about live miles west of cises are all splendid and everyThe British sipiadron Ava under Judged . . 1 41. tli.i ....!- - ,!.i... ..?... rlninto f ..k.at Dal'as, said that 'he had sea many recruits out for the baseball Stanford. Mr. (arter is 7." years body - wanted to take part. command ol ice Admiral Sir rred ' , if aye ami on account of this, his begins. Many men's hearts lading them for lear, plague Ae have given us in regard to enck Sturdee, duet . ot the Avar statt. no idea there was a horse Biir hearted Will Brooks, of Cal- team when practice 7., 4 i like Garrard Chief 1S:J". His get of the regulars will have to show and i or looking alter those things the drying up ol he great river friends are very uneasy. He was ifornia, who never forgets the Chris-ti- n :l German sMadro has -. Aon more ribboiiss and money for that .ire coining on the ear h: ,... the , Fuphnttes or the Turkish Empire) , . first stricken last Tuesday week ( church here, sent .1.V0 to the speed to hold down their positions. Von . .. ....... en .1. ... ... ..... ,. .. . ......I- I...... ' orf than the get of any other sire in the a uu-iue si.aieii, ;11.. "c jvi.ja josl no iijii .1 4...... ,, Miss Lottie W. McKinney was on powers oi nca and ha been cm fined to lii home church and Endeavor this week for s.ia.i Falkland Islands in the South Southwest. He is the sire of Gariii-and then shall thev see the Son of will d(lllkU tS'Jkt-t- illj-- illiKi, nl' tll m .4tic"w ttiiic: :ince. ami to hi bed most of the 'hieh both the church and endeav-o- i the sck 1st one day last week. rnn rard Hunt, the undefeated two-yeUuiil m a cloud w.th power lurk caving Europe and the Miss Verna l.out 'lo was unable wi-time Mr Carter has always been Sl.,llini,lon,t ;11.more)l him to know their great apof Missouri, that won tht. troj great battle ui Armageddon, but we aml GieiwlII1 eruir and great glory. Luke ,, the ,ir(,tei.lwl very vigorous and healthy man, preciation oi this, as well as past to attend school "Monday. phy at Sedalia. Mo. He is owned by no be long for Prescott Brown 'lfi was absent Wc. have seen the signs in the sun,, know it- will and on the occasion of the celebra"onaTons. Uip.ip. three-o- f the Ger Miss Lula Long, of Kansas Citv, -- uow Ui'lI, WJ11 l)e Iol,-,l- i VMn moon and the stars. We are seeing tion of their Golden Wedding anniMrs. Kathcrine Dunn, who has Tuesday. man Avarships Avhich had been menMiss Jean Wood ?l was absent the distress of nations and their- nit(iV t,!;,t lm" tlu'l"e wil1 be ' ,me acing British shipping and part of Mo. versary a short timc. ago. his good been so very low seems to.be better He also had in his string two "nder the the squadron which sank the British ne day this week. health wa- - commented perpleiitity; and men?s hearts todav!Ioft to fi?ht aSailV. on bv the at this time. daughters of Bohemian King, viz., wnen ail tne nations-EIXIU PS Miss Effie Ware '1(5 was absent are trembling with' fear because of' many friend- - and loved ones present.! Frank Holderinan suffer-- ; greatly cruisers Good Hope and Monmouth the sick list one days last week. what thev see and hear. It is a time! are gathered at Armageddon the in the Pacific on November 1, were Bohemia, five years old, and .nil : gradually growing weaker. Silk, owned by Mr. Fred The Senior class have received of distress and perplexity and fear Lord, Himself Arill appear in the destroyed, while the cruisers DresThree Candidates For Judge? Mr-- .. R. Dunn has been threatened Avhen shall all Cameron, of "MeJviiiney. -- She is a den and Xurnbcrg. the two other wit' pneumonia,' is very much im- their class rings. They are of a ati.l terror, and it leads light into clouds of heaven." And Intel chestnut, three, years old. and Avas developemeuts j beautiful aie proved design, prettier than anv t.'ie coming of the ,Son of God. Wo tlie tribes of the earth u,ourn when Avhich composed the Gerlooked for in the races in the ThirAvinner bc. had. She won the they shall see the Son of Man coin man sipiadron, made Rev. J. D. Stecnbergen. who lun of the previous classes. They are luiAe another divine word in referoff duriing the the best teenth judicial district, already at gaited class at Ft. Worth for ing in the clouds of heaven Avith fight. Two colliers were captured. fiA-three cornered, the upper half is oc- ence to these conditions: "For white heat. a. it is said that Judge been holding an interesting series of :.'?(. gelding any age and the cupied by 19ir, tht. lower half by S. yourseh'es knoAv perfectly that the power and great glory.'' Matt. The official statement makes ref- mare or room Sain Ow-lcof Stafford, former sermons in the court house bet- H. S. Only eleven For over sixty years Seventh erence ' to some survivors rescued championship at Shreveort. The of the class or- day of the Lord so cometh as a thief Day Commonwealth's Attorney, will very has postponed the meeting until only time a has ever Adventists have been preach- -' in the night. For when they shall dered them. from the Gneisennu and the Leipzip, likely inter the race for the Demo- ter weather prevails. Avorld of these Hunt" the uncone this. "Garrard 'iv. Peace and safety; then sud- ing and telling the Don't, forget the bazaar Saturday no mention is made of any of cratic nomination for Prosecutor, great events and that the world but crew of the Seharnhorst, Avhich defeated brother to Chief. Avon his den destruction cometh upon them Varney Goes To Trigg County in the the Sam maki.ig it a d everywhere shown, and prom affair, the Tntein millinery shop of Mrs. good and I hoy shall not escape. 1 Thcssl-lonia- Avould come to its end in this gener-- f was the flag-shi- p of the German 'classes You find lots of other- - being Judge 'E. V. Puryear. of Tr'gg county is going to have a lion and Avhen Ave see all these1 Admiral , being saA'ed, and it is ises to be as good as his futf bro": 'l. Danville, the encumbent Prosecutor things to eat, as well as suitable Farm Demonstrator or assistant for the pass They have been saying, "Peace things coming to .,..J ,1.Ave know ..... thus presumed that Count Von ther. ,.....:.., .A' 41... AjWMI lUilHL'lll J1C.I1. T 41. and Rodman W. Koenon, of Harrods-bur- g piesents to give for Christmas pres- its 'farmers He also showed Pauline Chiefnext year, and Tv. L. UX IIIC ' men went There is also some talk that ents. Varney. of Eubank, has been en- and safety,' in all parts of the The eAeiit that Avill take place from Spec, his officers and tain, a ery fine marc in head and world in the last few years. They ., down lighting. . .... 1 there may be a third aspirant for gaged, and Avill assume his duties neck. He only showed her in threc-gaite- d now on win ne rapin Avnicn. Stuth Ftrk Citizen Passes Away the first of January." Mr. Varney have held peace congresses, and I will relate at anotherones 01 Harry Circuit Judge, the contest for the time classes. She was sired by have dedicated a magnificient palChief Deputy Letcher Saunders, j party nomination for which is so far full sister King Chieftain, and is Jacobs, Stanford. Ky. Da'id Smith, a Avell Wnown resi- has been agrcultural field agent for of the Internal Revenue office at to Satsuma Chieftain, a made up with Judge Charles? A. Har- dent of thu South Fork section, the Queen and Crescent railroad ace to that idea". Every nation had that, Danville, Avas admitted to the bar din, of Harrodsburg. the present oc- died at his home there Saturday, for about two years and is just the armed itself to guarantee peace;' The Dan-illthe futuritv at Lexington in 1012. Ad"ocate says that last Aveck. ,and then a besom of destruction was cupant of the bench, and Judge C. December for the place. One-ha- lf of his turned loose upon the Avorld. Mil- B. C Berry, a Avell known democrat , buried at th, and was C. Fox, of Danville, as the contendThe German Kaiser is down with Point Sunday after ser- salary is to be paid by the Fiscal lions of men sprang to arms. and of that city, is being urged to run Pains hi Back ani Hips ers. Louisville Times. pneumonia and his condition is said Court and the other half by the the vices conducted by J. C. MeCIary. arms were ready. Men forgot for goA'ernor. Are an indication of kidney trou- to be critcal. while the Trigg County Mr. Smith was 72 years of age. and that .they Avere anuted to guarantee Why ble a warning'to build up the wexi- Prtmat Action Will Step Yaur Cough was a splendid citizen and member Farmers Bank at Cadiz has agreed They Rectftatwl Ftfey's j kened kidneys, make them vigorous, peace; and they began to fight, one A Ttst f tr Liver CtniflaHit of th. McKinney Baptist church. He to furnish him " an office free of another like wild beasts, and to die Heney and'Tar When you first catch u Cold nd your blood of acids and poischarge. is survived by several children. (often indicated by a sneeze or P. A. Efird, Conejo, Calif. be- ons. Go to your druggist for Foley MtaHy Unkappy Physically DuK cough), break it up 'at ence. The Ywir Celt Is DaiyprMis cause "it 'produces the best results, Kidney PilL In 50s. and $1.00 sizes The Liver, sluggish and inactive, This AnJ Five Cents Checks Crtup Instantly idea that "It does not matter'' of BreaA It Up--Wtwalways cures severe colds, sore. Sold in vour town by all druggists. first shows itself in a mental state ten leads to serious complications. A Cold is readily "catching; A run- chest and lungs and does not con-- 1 You know croup is dangerous. in DON'T MISS THIS-C- ut this slip Gore, Ga., P. A. Morgan had unhappy and critical. Never is The remedy which immediately and And you ought to know too, the euclose" five cents to Foley & Co., down system is shsceptible to Germs. opiates or harmful drugs.' Dr. . casion recently to use a liver raedi-Joh- n there joy in livng, as when the easily penetrates the lining of the sense of security that comes from 'Chicago, 111., Avriting your nanik and You owe it to yourself and to othW. Taylor, Luthersville, Ga., j eine and says p Foley Cathartic Stomach and liver are doing' their throat is the kind demanded. Djr. J having Foley's Honey and Tar address clearly. You will receive in ers of your household to fight 'because' '1 believe it to be an honest Tablets: '"They thoroughly cleansed work. Keep your Liver active and King's K'ew Discovery soothes the Compound in the house. It eute the return a free trial parrfcage containat once. Dr. Bell's medicine and it satisfies my pa- - my system-anI felt like a new healthy by using Dr. King's New d, irritation loosens the phlegm. You thick mucus and clears away the ing olev's Honev and Tar is fine for Colds" and Coughs., tra.lftW. Lv Cook. Neihart, Mont. ' ht and free. Thev are the Life Pills; they empty the Bowel feel better at once. "It seemed to phlegm, stop the strangling cough for coughs, colds and .croup. It loosens the- Mucotis)" stops'1' the bcasjb "itgi5es the best results bestnedieine .ever taken, for freely, tone up your Stomach, cure tJtwj .very spot of my Cough," and reach ' gives easy breathing and !.Foley Kidney Pills, aSid Foley. Ca- Coughs and soothes the Lungs. It's for coughs and colds of anything I j constipeitM& They keap tke stoaa&ch yottr Constipation and purify lto is oe of. HMtny honest testimonials. and quiet sleep. Every, user is a thartic Tablets. "For sale by.airdrng-gists.- ": guaranteed. Only 25c: atyonrDrngf 4 m a friend.' For: sweet, Uvw active, "bowels repriarMkood. 25c. at Druggists. BucWea's Jft&$ & 59c at yoar Draffisi. gist.. :. friend. For'salc by ., sale bv all druggists. Araica Salve excellent for Piles. IFor sale' by all draggiet?.' U KARRIS COLEMAN GOOD ROADS MEETING SAVINGS &&'$&&& ;' &&:& Char-lottsvil,l- J au-Orch- long-exhe- ct pa-he- ld r-th- Ex-Pos- e, . J J na-wa- I -- ed 1 i- ad-'oca- t". hnve-whnte- d I 1 ! I w..' I I ....,... k '- o I . I Mc-Rober- ts. ,,.,... s..., h c I - .- - ........... 1 s; 11 J ... -L. al-l- . . - JIBrfie iii hi I 1 ... .... -- rit -- 1 ( -- f - ' e - - ? ss ls-b- el. I - ,- i- g : 1 ,- 4? - . - l 1 . Ji 21-1..- -2.. - .. - ar - ir 1B0-hemi- an ug I e 2-- 1 v. three-year-o- ld three-hande- ll Ay-i- us 2-.- -- -- 1 u e n-.a- u t, oc-ta- the-Germ- s Pine-Tar-ITon- ey d Coin-poun- man-r-lite- - ve all'-irocgia- . 1 ' &, Tt-5-- . -- "'j- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STAN FORD, KENTUCKY. ffBPAY, DECEMBER II. "fitfe-H,- " I9jl The Interior Journal Um ItTs Ctras ANNOUNCEMENT HELTON M. ,8AUFLEY Proprietor Shrill, Vanish! the Hew Way, and You'U Forget The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Ky. WILL OPEN A SI A TEAS STRICTLY IN ADVANCE mt OVERCOAT SALE! 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 $10. Landis Christmas Savings Club Monday, December 21 YOU ARE INVITED TO JOIN The purpose of the Club is to help you Christ-ma- s and others to accumulate a fund for or other purposes. You pay in a little each week, for 50 weeks, and fet all your money back with interest, just before Christmas. The first payment makes you a member there are no fees, fines or trouble. The payments are so small anyone can keep them up, The plan is so simple a child can easily become a member and make the payments. You have everything to fain you can't lose Ton Ever Had Corns. "2 drops put on in 2 seconds, corn shrivels, comes clean off:" That's the irarvelous story of "GETS-IT,- " the POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS new- - lan corn cure. Nothinir can be The Interior Journal is authorized simp sr for the cure of cores and it to announce the following candi- No Co: s to Bump; dates for office, subject to the You Vic August, "CETS-IT.- " Democratic primary in 1915: For Circuit Judge C. A. HARDIX, of .Mercer county. CIIAS. 0. FOX. of Boyle county. For Commonwealth's Attorney E. V. PURYEAB. of Uoyle County. R. W. KEENON, of Mercer county. Entered at the poitofjice tteond clatt mail matttr. Stanford u jrjtW ' - - VBMiB 3PrVV . '?' x&- - 5 i3 x'aaaaaFjatoaaW S 9$&''-'-- BsJV:- aBRw5?C-.0::"- '$t it " '.'.5 '' "'''''' X' l'sslllB-Callal PsisssssssaBsV sS:H!F We Are Going To Sell Them At I never fails. That's why millions of people are usinj? "GETS-IT- " today and throwinir away their fussy plr.S- ters, sticky tape, salves. and "wrapping outfits" that make a v,,-- ,, ,. o,i a1.nnv,A -, ...vu..u !, ivi. .4J.U ni,nv u into pain by pressing cither on or around the corn. There is nothing to stick to your stocking, nothing to cause inflammation or rawness, nothing to prev on or around the corn. You apply it in 2 seconds, No more knives, razors, n scissors or files, with their dangers. Try "GETS-IT- " for that corn, callus, wart or bunion. Irvin S. Cobb, the "GETS-IT- " is sold by druggists is making a worldr-wid- e name for everywhere. 25c a bottle, or sent direct by E. Lawrence & Co.. Chicago. uinisvli as newspaper correspondent GETS-I- T is sold in Stanford at in thc European war. His articles Shugars' Drug Store. in the Saturday Evening Post are Russia has 5,000.000 men in its very fine, and give an insight into long battle line against the Germans" the conditions of modern warfare that is very illuminating' and inter- and i buying its arms and munif war from its ancient foe, esting. Cobb says that, after their tion wonderful efficiency, the three Japan. Train loath: of supplies are things which the Germans common being rushed over the trans- - Sibertoe-eating Address all communications to The Interiot not to Mime individual connected with the papr. Xo matter .jow iirpcrtant they issy lx. miMgneU and .inoi:? nn.us communications to ice interior Journal, me ignored, The name of th sender .s wanted a. an evidence of good faith and not "lor publication. If you Iiavf something you want to appear in The you uiu&t Men your name Interior Jourinl, ,. ., The Interior Journal charges for obituaries, resolutions of leepect and cards of rb.tuks. The rite is five cjnts a line. The Interior Journal has one of the largest job printi'jg establishments in central Kentucky and vill be glad to figure with Anyone on any kind of printing. Journal $i.5o I to $5. ..v .- - ... .- blood-poiso- jBalraaBVIaaaBV'Li ViSlSSSSSSSSSSSSSSWAWB BjjHkj' IL ! ssF stl aSlS? ,- Also about a dozen Men's Overcoats. Former price $5, $10 and $15. We give you an unusual opportunity here at $3.50, $5 and $7.50. Now the real values of these Men's and Boys' Coats are good, and those who want service and warmth rather than extreme style certainly can not afford to pass them. They are real BARGAINS, S&i Cm ijHH H. J. McROBERTS. a cent old or young, is welcome to become a member. OR WRITE EVERYBODY soldier most sought after, that most ian railroad. impressed him were beer, cheap cigTO THE PUBLIC NEXT Monday is Court Bay. ars and picture postcards. He said I represent the largest and best that one could always tell where the give the I. J. a. happy Christmas this couclothing German soldiers had been by the by bringing in that dollar you owe. ntryEd V. Price house in & Co., Chicago, 111., empty beer bottles scattered along My experience in measuring and diHELPFUL WORDS recting the making ot your clothes, the roadside. -!- - made-to-ord- er CHRISTMAS GIFTS See our new s ty le pearl Manicure Sets just the thing to give your wife or sweetheart. Prices from $5 to $12.50. One of the "leading" candidates for secretary ot state who is ASK US ALL ABOUT IT-C- ALL fc ' i .? ;. . Because of had weather, farmers Walton as a snowball has to re have quit gathering corn for awhile. frigerate the regions below. Home" "Comer Next to Court J4Tj6nJLKidncy PiUs are for. weak B. A. Surber is erecting a new stock barn. County Judge Clayt Arnold, of kidneys. a, Little Miss Mayme Payne, of Gnrrardj did the right thing this' Your neighbors use and reeonr was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. PlC'iTKE shows Friday and Sat- week when he appointed Ben Robin- - mend them, YOU WAHT V. T. Allen last week. HERE IS WHAT Read this Stanford testimony, son Sheriff to fill the vacancy urday niirlits. monthly meeting The regular "A few years ago I was down caused by the death of young Rob- Market Place Adver, with my back and I couldn't stoop which comes at Etna, on the firt The People's Lizzie ttright. phone inson's father, the late Curt Robin-CALL Wi of Sunday was put off until the third tise "What You Have to aeu 'ITS. about your Christmas baking, soil The new sheriff is a popular or lift." says J. T. Spoonamore,kid-- a Simuay on account of the pastor "The black and nut cakes, a specialty. -- 2 voung man, a sterling democrat and, Whitley Ave., Stanford. frequent being engaged in a meeting at Sapresents at Mueller's He eys secretions were too worthy son of a noble sire. Christmas n passage and caused nic a great lem. 1 Insure vour orooertv with Bromlev will make good. Store, Stanford. Jewelry j deal of annoyance. 1 tried a do.en Abr.er Surber is moving to his Eromlev. Stanford. Kv. but didn't get place, near W. G. Surber s store. Wonder if this is the case in Ijn.! dilfercnt remediej., CUT flower and bulb; for 9S-3got a supply ot HOLLY for Xwjis decorations at coin? The Columbia, S. C, State 'any benefit p Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Payne were . C!4., it n. &, n. Ed. Hubbard. , .. Tn.vn?c KhItirv Pdls. Bv the time I the guests of Mr. and Mrs V. T. a barren, unine, oi.m- cove tli-?!. 'ihnnt Thr nnlv 111110 :l. " 98-- d 1 two boxes, I was cured Allen Sunday. They will move in the ford, K. F. D, No. 1, doctor gets a nickeel out of somcj lu'd finished . W. NOW is the time and children Kidney trouble has never bothered spring to V. T. Aliens farm where ; NOTICE. All persons having families is when one of the is the place tor Christ-me since. Others of my family have S. II. Patrich now lives. Mueller'; swallows it. ' against the estate of Mrs. .ilso used Doan's Kidney Pills and ; claims ma presents. Virgil Hardgrove has moved to I Kate Powell, deceased, will present have found them satisfactory." his farm near Estesburg. Keep It Handy For Rheumatism proven, 1 Hoi? Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't s. diamond pen-- i ibem to me properly nrAunvn Interest League The Community No use to squirm and wince ana simply ask for a kidney remedy get ate vnU please anTs," ' diamond brooches, etc at mdebtcd to the rapid ssuecess in Pulaski 9 3 try to wear out Rheumatism. It will Doan'.s Kidney Pills the came that is making -- tfK C. W. ADAMS, hxoi. 97tf. county. Those who are interested Muellers Jewelry Store. wear you out instead. Apply some Mr. Spoonamore had. Foster-Mil-bur- n are putting the best foot foremost T" I ROAD CLAIMS Thp fiscal court Sloan's Liniment. Need not rub' it Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. watches, Deeem-locket- ?, . BRACELETS, bracelet Etna requests that Crab Orchard jn just let it penetrate all throilgh mcet on tfce 9th d(ly of button, ' . lavallieres, cuff correspondent give all the interest-inglnoint- s, foj. the purpose of allowing all the affected parts, relieve the sore as that is our old stampfob, todet sets, etc etc. at Aieuikc dairas Claimants will file ness and draw the pain. You get .a 96-ting ground, and especially how our ti ler s their claims with the county cierK case at once and feel so much better uoocn is get Clerk you want to go right out and tell before that date. G. B. Cooper, Saturday, December 12 1914 J cousin, Miss JVlaude f want to trade lum- Lincoln County Court. along. ting 96td other sufferers about Sloan's. Get TO TRADE I will offer for sale 1 The parties who contracted for ber fcr a horse not over seven n. bottlfi of Sloan's Liniment for at :30 o'clock. I the premises on Buck Creek years old and a good worker. D. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS druggist and have at public auction on 25 cents of any county, the John Allen farm Brought on, K. D. 1 Crab Orchard. The regular annual meeting of the it in the house against Colds,. sore at Milledgeville, in Lincoln failed to respond. have followibg property: We understand that Mr. Varney, stockholders of the National Bank and Swollen Joints, Lumbago, Sci- 'Kentucky, ,the BAZAAR The bazaar will open oi Hustonville will he held on the atica and like ailments. Your money The Oldlsaac Gibson mill property, of near Cuba, has sold his farm.-- : Monday, Dec. 14. Bring in the second Tuesday in January nest at back if not satisfied, but it does later 'owned by S. E Owsley. Ibe I'iirty and price unknown. things you want to sell, ladies. Miss 10 o'clock A. M., at their hanking give almost instant relief. Buy a place contains about thirty acres Mrs. Maggie Starns and her 07-- 2. in good state of cultivation and has daughter, El!a Saunders. Artie Mercer, of Cinhouse in Hustonville, Ky. J. W. bottle today. failing water on it and good cinnati were here a few days last never 98td TTocker, Casliier. ladies' watches, and GENTS tupas Oonnty. . barn. J he residence contains ioiu week on busines. itato f OhiV. City t T..loJ. ""Ik that he Is nenlor rooms and two porches. There is aletc. at Frank J. Cheney and silverware clocks FARM FOR SALE. 33 acres artner oi the firm iuat' 3. Clwiwy & .. Mrs. Nettie Mercer, of this place of K. 96-tSom-orcin thc City of Toledo. Coun y.and so a house and lot on cbrnor of spent last week with her husband, Mueller's improved, on thc Stanford and firm will that said l.OLLAKS pay f place. Will sell, these houses sepa- .1. V. Mercer at Cincinnati. ribo? fivn room cotta?e. barn Phe sum ""OXK nrXURED that be ', of Catarrh paoli and wry cai ' PLYMOUTH ROCK Three Catarrh Cure. rately and then as a whole. At PURE e,.essarv huildinas; urod by the use ot Uall's Mr. V. T. Allejn bought a ton of FRAXK J. CHKXEY. of pure spenQjd orchard; fine lastng wa- same time and place will sell a lot hay, five head of good ewes, and one cocks and six cockerels In my mo Sworn mill. PossesBarred Plymouth Rocks for sale. ter Jf you want a niee littje home at nrownec, to boforoday of a:id lWBibi-rA. D.. 18SS. of lumber from the old thte Oth alf for $56 from John Goerge.. 150-OIXASOX Stan- A. W. sion given Jan. 1st. b.lr2:,in see j. ;c. FLORENCE, Seal. Mrs. Ed. Davis, Phone fl Notary Public. cash, balance 98"2P Stanford, Lock box 546. TERMS One-ha- lf nd ford. 95tf Hall's Catarrh Cnro i M taken kA and niueou surupon the LXbbBHbiIJ cts directly one year. Send for testimonial. in faces of the system. w. Furthed particulars write. B. frCt'' r. J. CHUNEY & CO., Tolido. O. GIVEKS. Agent, Hubble, Ky. Sold by all DrosnrUt. T."o. 96td. 1. M. Dunn, Auctioneer Take lfaira Family Tills for constipation. National Bank The Lincoln County Ky. Stanford, spoken of as an opponent of Col. W. P. Walton, of Lexington, is now a public official, and made quite a "reputation'' by seeking to have his ' salary raised almost before he had gotten the seat of his officiaj chair kidneys. well warmed. That fellow j bout as much chance t wiU'JjaA'ef ibeat G'oLi gives me the advantage over one who is not a practical tailor. It you will . give me your order 1 will promise you a square ueal. icu will get the wonn Is your back lame and painful, of your money, either in the cheaper Does it ache especially after ex- grades or the higher priced. My fall and winter line of samples, are now ertion ? Is there a soreness in the kidney ready for your inspection. Call and you. H. C. RUPLEYj region? let me These symptoms suggest weak The Practical tailor. From a Stanford Citizen there is danger iu delay. Weak kidnevs iet fast weaker. Give your trouble prompt atten- - if $0 ETNA Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. iife ( Al-hi- 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. I I t - .- r ..' KABO MEANS GOOD. L.L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard. U-- td December Qearance Sale! AT THE m d. I Public Sale Emporium, Hustonville. We are caught vith too many goods by reason of thc 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 Cteus' son. Ike, will meet you at the door. Yours to please, CHAS. WHEELER. .-- wir.'i d. of Mili-er- lll . Y. Int-rna- lly 1 1 Strength Past Fifty Years fcy -- ?" genuine You'll find it on the top of each fca&VSSSgsH .' Shoes and Rubbers Big line of Shoes CORTRIGHT Metal Shingle " ;. . w.' j,sj--sd with' these shingles 27 years ago are today, nd nave never needed ,re- airs. That's why they're' iaoitated. .Therefore, look for this stalnp, '" ;; - For Sile by ' ' Jt is put there to protect you as well jks us from the imitator. Roofs covered !M?1 E4&&&SS nd Rubbers at reduced prices. Call and see our line before buying. mi wstaea to tmdlmmt tkir wk ekie and bloed UsslreagueB4tBaaasJslama a tonic to mtvm keep, atat ul Nahsre'sawm eil- (aW m Scott' EmmUion ca be wmtimd fatetferifkaM-jrisl- - J. L. Beazley & Co., k J, C HPOxrj i yzm& SHSisS G. M. LYONS Scessor U HUGHES 5 r aai antohew far Ky ysart. 5ctt'aMbMisafeod,anedikttfeMftssa.aleakel raakastaaraUeae aai thwart rka, avoid raeaaaitisai the an UNDERTAKER AND EMBALHER '' MARTIN jfl Fsmitort Marti it '- - U--n Af tort ExfktiKiti fer Itafi sN KV IMVaaR NarwwTsfcW aapaf KaaWSrVwVaN tf Stota. STHIfRNR. KCNTNCIOf. WILL STWE, STAMFaM; KENTUCKY. A. "'. V J,,S t THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCY. FFfjPAY. DECEMBER tl, 1914. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Stanford Has this day inaugurated a Here Is Good News for Stomach Victims1 Some very remarkable results are being obtained by treating stomach, liver and intestinal troubles with pure; vegetable oils, which exert a cleansing, soothing and purifying action upon the lower bowels, removing the obstructions of poisonous fecal matter and gases and preventing their absorption'by the blood. This done, the food is allowed free passage from the stomach, fermentation ceases and stomach troubles quickly disappear. George IT. Mayr. for twenty years a leading Chicago druggist, cured himself and many of his friends of stomach, SANTA CLAUS IS COMING W i I SAVINGS DEPARTMENT in which it will pay three per cent intefest on deposits J COMPOUNDED SEMI-ANNUALL- Y One dollar ($1.00) will open an account. Open a Savings Account today. liver and intestinal troubles of years' standing by this treatment, and so successful was the remedv he devised thr.t it has since been placed in the hands ' druggists all over the country, who hae sold thousands of bottles. Though absolutely harmless, the effect nf the medicine is sufficient to convince any one of its remarkable effectiveness, and within 24 hours the sufferer feels like a new person. Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy is now' sold here by Penny's Drug Store and Druggists Ev erywhere HEARD ABOUT TOWN The books are now ready and DIME SAVINGS BANKS wilj be furnished free of cost to each customer. Get one now and keep it in your home. ' . J. S. HOCKER, President, S. T. HARRIS, Vice President, H. C. BAUGHMAN, Cashier. Jack Terry, on the Somerset pike, has been quite ill with an attack oi blood poisoning;. He scratched one of his fingers in some way and it has given him lots of trouble. Wesley Johnson, who is empoyed :it the L. & X. shops in Louisville, got his left leg hurt in a slight accident the other day and came here to rest up a few days while E. S. Norton, adverti-in- g p:anager of The' Hub Department Store, was in town Thursday advertising a big Xinas sale now going on there. Col. Norton is making things hum in the metropolis of Col. We Are Already Here With a Line of China, Cut Glass, Lamps, Silver, Aluminum and Plated Ware, Pocket and Table Cutlery. Saving, Like Spending. Is a Habit PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Dee ") . VJ. The ladies of the Bap-wi- ll XOTKE TO STOCKHOLDERS have a Christmas The regular annual meeting: of the ti't dim Social Calendar bazaar and exchange in the post stockholders of the Lincoln County Ua.aur office building:. Iec. 12 will be held on the ! Dee. 2S The Bach Club will en- -i National Bank ami :it one o'clock in the second Tuesday in January next at tertnin with a .six o'eloek dinner. rear f the po.t office 10 o'clock A. M., at their banking Dec. l."i. The ltook Club will at M. O. VanDeveer is able to be house in Stanford, Ky. W. M. Bright meet .iiii !r- -. A. Jl. .Sevcram-Cashier. 9'Md the home of Mrs. 11. J. .McRoberts out after several days' illness. Mr. and .Mrs. E. C. Walton spent at '2 o'clock. BEE LICK Wednesday in Lexington with his Club 17.- - Tho Dixio Rook DoW. P. Walton and family, The fanners are about through will moot with .Mis J. II. Wright ni brother j County Attorney W. S. Bureh was gathering: com. J m !ofk. laid up with illness several days tins Mr. A. L. Scott has been confined week. PIC' 'IRE shows Friday and Sat- to his room, but is better at this - writing. urdav nights. (Jeorge . Givens u been eonlined to his home by illnes- - for several j Mr. S. 0. Proctor, wife and baby A TEXAS WONDER days. visited his brother, AW Scott, near " - A-. J.' ?.lrrnclennd- - little dnughter- Quail, Saturday night and Sunday.- The Texas Wonder cutes kidney- and bladder troubles, dissolves of Louisville. arL. visting his father W. D. Price and family visted W. cures diabetes, weak and lame gravel, backs, and brothers on Green river. OF K. Taylor and family one night lat rheumatism, and all irregularities of Kov. Will 'Hopper, of lJnniside. week. i .he kidneys and bladder m both men and women. Regulates blalder troubles i pcnt -- evernl days bore this week W. M. Scott is able to be out in children. If not sold by your drug- A Kidney Remedy Advertisement with hi:- - mother. Mrs. Kittie Hopper, :viain. ; gist, will be sent by mail on receipt ot j Brought Great Happiness ' Editor Louis Landram. of the J. 11. Cordial is doing- a nic,. bui-ne- s SI .00. One small bottle is two months' Messenger, wa- - in treatment, and seldom fails to perfect a this Danvilie with his now store. I take pleasure in stating that 1 Children'- - Handkerchief- - at cure. Send for testimonials from this eity last Saturday a short time. have used Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoo- t, 3. 5 and 10c. hg-ar- e and other states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Mr. E'bert Eider says his Mrs. T. J. Hill. Jr., i guest of that I was greatly benefitted ready for the knife. He is wait- Olive Street. St. Louis. Mo. Sold by Two Handkerchiefs in fancy (adv.) rc'iatiie- - and friends at Cineinna- - ing on the weather. We do not think druggists. by the same and have used it in my .. ..IOC. ! ti. box family. 1 had a son when quite that he can wait much longer, for he I 0TTENHEIM Mi- -. (i. C. TJose. of La uea st or, has had the hogs ready ever since young lie suffered from bladder or Three Handkerchief- - in Real i was here early in the week, with her fi'led his re- kidney affliction. I called in my phyRev. J. G. the last day of September. Pretty Dux . . 25c. & 50c. ' Mother. Mrs. Hello Perkins and her sician, he attended him bnt did him Tho correspondent of Quail said gular appointment here Sunday. : no good. Almost b; accident 1 noThroo Handkerchief- - in PretMrs. J. C. Kuhnnks. Mr. Chas. En-sl- in ill. continues for everybody to come to the singii 25C & 50c. ty Folder 51t Purchasing land is the order of ticed an advertisement about the Mr. W. tt Dennett, of I.ouis-bec- n ng: at Providence next Sunday at vilje. who ha: visiting: her ten o'clock to attend the Sunday the day. Following are some recent .curative properities of Dr. Kilmer's Heal l.iiiou Dainly Embroid- Swamp-Roo- t. I procured a bottle daughter, Mrs. Bev Rout, returned School. sus: B. G. Russell bought a tract and gave iwl ni .. 19c. 25c & 50c it to him according to dirof land from W. Landgraf at a home Thursday. Dr. IT. IT. Isaacs' hor.s. got badly fancy price. J. A. Scott, of Ten-- - t ections. It cured him of what we Four now colored I rem HandMrs. J. R Mount, of Lancaster, 'hurt a short time ago. . ... .. e, $1 purchased Mrs. A. Stickler s i thought was almost impossible and kerchief-, in pretty box -- pent a few davs here this weeks Dr. D. B. Southard , ,f UMUIIVIVi, WJ4,0UU. Earl Russell the same with others of my family, with her brother. II. J. McRobert was to see Dr II. IL Isaacs a few farm for Hem.six iron's All Linen bought 12 acres of land from J. R. J "ve such strong faith in Swamp- and family. day. stitched Handkerchiefs in Kosot that 1 have never done withItussel' at $15 an acre. Mrs. C. llavs Foster and little $1.50 leather r:isc Casper Schlappi is building a two-sto- out it in my family since the wondaughter, Jane Murrell arc; visiting; house on the tract of land he derful ctue of my sou as well as mySix Ladies' All Linen her parents. Dr. and Mrs. 0. P.! self. I recommend it to all who sufbought from Mrs. A. G. Crutch-fielA Handkerchiefs in j i Nuchol at 1'ineville. . a few years ago. He has two fer from kidney or bladder troubles $1.50 leather ca-- e E. C. Walton spent a few daysj carpenters employed, Alfred and and 1 am led to believe that it is nitli his brother. Col. W P. Walton," one of the best medicines for the issue Albert Schlappi. Six Sheets of White i at Lexington, and other points in, 5C. purpose for wheh it is used, that has AErs. .. Joe Wientjes has returned Paper for .. i Kentucky Ibis week. from Louisville, where she has been ev r been discovered. Three Sheets Tied or Green T. I). Raney, wa taken quite ill' This is my experience from thej Live operated on. 5C Tissue Paper for Wishing the with an attack of bilious trouble to Mx. Casper Bainlieu came from use ol Swamp-Roo- t. promoters of this wonderful medicine which ho is subject, at Parksvllle Louisville to this placee on his Ball Tin-- el Cord, anv Color Thursday morning. Mrs. Raney went 15c. to visit his friend, Mr. F. a large sale to the suffering public, to him on the afternoon train audi Wientjes. He stayed two weeks and i am. Package of ten Xmns Card'5 Yours respectfully, him home Friday morning, brought has now returned home. He took 5C. . W. H. McATEE, for where he is under medical attention, home with him 10 rabbits, two squirTonic Atlanta, 6a. rels and three birds. One Dozen decorated P:er and hopes to ioon be himself again. Miss Barbara Russell was in 6:; Bioyles St. 25c. Wales for Witness, NEWS OF CHURCHES Stanford last week shopping. 10. O. Williams, Notary Public. Builder Red TTolly decorated P.oxe at The revival services at tho Meth- - J MJ at SUGAR GROVE iuc. odi-church will close tonight. ' So Says Letter to Regular services at the Baptist Mr. Tom Anderson hns returned l.adie- - & Cent-- " Slumber SimDr. Kilmer & Co., Mrs. Frank j church Sunday. Preaching by the 50c. Binghamton, N. Y. pers Stroebe, R. F. home from Illinois to spend the winmorning and evening. D. 1. Appleton, ter. Fancy Piciure- - 5" Pr-H! Wis. Her letter The morning and eveninir services Farlie ' Scott bought 11 sh.oats Prove What Swamn-Ro-ot Will Do For 10c & 25c. began using Peruna a. weighing 40 pounds Frames at the Presbyterian church will be.! reads : "I ago each of Mrs. . You my health and when omitted, because of the absence few months Chandler at $2.50 a head. Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. strength were all gone, and I was Parisian Tvory Novelties at r, Dec. Llth, Sunday nothing bur a nervous wreck. Could f the has moved Binghampton, N. Y.. for a sample size Richard Chandler DC. 9c OUC. ')::!() and Young not sleep, eat or rest properly, and back home with his father, where he bottle. It will convince anyone. You School as will also receive a booklet of valuable felt no desire to live. Pillow Tops, Embroidered People.- - mooting at G:a0. will live thc coming year. information, telling about thekidncys "Three bottles Peruna Pillow Caes. Guest Towels, Services at the Christian church sie .look at life in of different made Mrs. Nancy Johnson Is visiting her and, bladder. When writing, be sure light, a iVai- -t Pal terns. Corset Cov-r- s, next Lords day: Sunday School at. as I began to regain my lost daughter, Mrs. F. A. Chandler. and mention the Interior Journal. Regsize botHath Sets--, Combing: Jackand 9:.l(l A. M.. Preaching i():4"j A. M., strength, While my "recovery took Rev. J. G. Livingston filled his re- ular fifty-cenearly four months, at the end of tles for sale at all drug stores. ets, Fur and Maribeau Muffs. C. E. meeting at Ci::lO P. M. and up Mt. Olive last -than I ever gular appointment time I was Tea Sots, Wash Staaids, and preaching at 7?15 P. M. Subject of that been before. better a splendid Sunday and had good attendance. had' I had Nntfee tt ON Rlltws Dresner Scarfs, Xew Flare morning service."The Source of Life" color and never weighed more In my Richard Harris bought a coltfrom Collars and Collar and Cuff Subject for evening ''Turkey's Part life. Dabney Davis for $60. All members of the Stanford 1 Sots. in the World's War." AU are o.orli-al- ly out certainlyas think Parana Is withSam Pence bought a seven-yen- rLodge I. 0. 0. F. are requested to be a rival a tonic and strength invited; D. X Walker. old iiorse from A. M;;AfikVj!or75. present at the next regular Meeting builder, and-has. aay ea4oraeBieat.' Mr. Charles Browa, R. R. 4, Boa 7t, A.J Manuel, has sold unfarm in Taefday night, Dec. 8th. important NEXT Monday is Court Day. BesenvUte, Teaa writes: ,, "I teva Garrard connfy and! Jfcaek bMaes3 to attend to. W. L. Cordier, give the L J. a. iiappy Christmas MVeWWII M tM.JTfttfe;, trt Tanepln county. Bis maayfriesiB NoWe Grand, Stanford; I. UMVUBi. . 9WXjdKJ:VK . ' by ImiigisgHn that. dollar you.lowej b 6- -l ure glad to see.hjss we.Vack. .,. nm J2o4Ktc3ra.-15At r ,i. h l'rc-bytor- ian ng e -- Povle, with his classy and catchy ads. It. L. Collier was down from Crab the Orchard Wednesday boo.-tin- g Good Roads meeting which will be held here on Saturday. The Mt. Vernon Signal says of the Boone which is going on in Way boo.-tithe Ea- -t End: R. L. Colleir, J. Thomas Cherry and J. B. Willis are ably looking Jitter highway interests at the Crab Orchard ter minus. John Robins, R. H. Hamin Albert Hiatt keep things in line at Brodhcad. We have a big stock to select from and the prices are right. We appreciate your inspection. -- -- - - Geo H. Farris r , Useful Presents - 1JVP( 1 K Ml' 111 Uo.-.-h- art Chnstmas r-p- pi Season u; 1 A (hri-tm- a- uau in ig It draws closer 1 It i not too early tii begin llmikirti: ai4ut iKv-so- - every day. Wo arc preparing to meet your requirement- -, and arc receivimr ad" vancc of furniture among which you are sure to find tho- 469 articles which will anneal to tow thing.-- to select for some of more important ,. restitutions you as the v ill make. We want to hear your expression-- of admiration and approval, and will be pleased to show them to you. ? ry TTem-stitch- er Nervous Wreck d, f IIHHeSPv Had No Desire To W. A. TR1BBLE, Stanford Kentucky .............. d Mia Peruna Is A and Strength c'e Attention Ladies ! We have just received from?the Eastern markets about 300 Ladies', Misses' and Children's Coats; capes plain and regular black cloth coats. We will sell these coats t very low prioes,as,we bought them so w " could save ciuY customers money. Come and seerhese coats and you will see something new. F,-A- pa-to- u-- ual nt one-doll- ar - SevfflKe&SN ROBINSON'S Next . 0.-0..F- Dot U h Lincvfai Cmwty NatMMl N .J -- 1 r-- . X C i,v '3 t t j n THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCY. FRIDAY, DECEMBER II, 1914. IT DOESNT MATTER sold direct from the Manufacturer to the consumer. We quote a few prices for for you to see. The best Ciautfter Steel Tire, the Best Known. Put on Your Buv For S3.SO. The Best Kelly Springfield Rubber Put on, $ 1 2.00 Cash. Best Goodrich Rubber Tire $ 1 1 .00 Cash. Second Grade Rubber at $9.00 and $ 1 0.OO Per Set. REMEMBER WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR LAP ROBES, STORM FRONTS AND BUGGY HARNESS AT POPULAR PRICES A New Buggy or Carriage, Repairing, or painting, you will always find our prices the lowjest, as everything is R. M. ARNOLD, Danville, Kentucky No Stock Sals 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 Mon-dawith good prices, so get your cattle in early. y, j fine this season. J. K. and K. T. Bruce delivered ."'--! to .Simon head of feeding Weil, of Lexington, Friday morning. They were put on the train and will be slopped for awihle at Silver Creek. The bunch averaged !).0 pounds to the head and WeiL is- said to have paid six and a half cents a pound for them. - ' Dr. II. L. Casey, assistant ttate OF LAND AND PERSONALTY veterinarian telephoned A. T. Nun- nelley that no htock ale will be al- -j As administrator of the estate of lowed here Mondaythat quaian-- j S. E. Owsley, deceased, I will sell to tine hah only been raided for the' ' .shipment of fat tuo hjhes.t and bes.t bidder at hi- late residence, near Hubble, in Lin-- t FARM AND STOCK NEWS coin county. Ky., on the day of - are; Wednesday, December 16, 1914 Nearly all of the Tannerkilling ho-- -, and the supply s.,le ,C!riiininsr promptly at 10 is to be plentiful, and! .,,, . T Ar lll.,.J.llll!1i . I Jut ills the- - Monday I. J. wont to pre-.- -. Public Sale Don't Forget to Go to T. D. NEWLAND Opposite Court House oj o'-por- aid J.- -" - ... ,,,.:,. - For your Christmas Oysters, Celery and Cranberries Telephone 168 ! 1 " Nunnelley's Stock Yards, Stanford, Ky. ExchangeCorn forMeal of corn, we give you in exchange 47 pounds of bolted meal. If you are not already one of our exchange customers we want you for a customer. Courteous and prompt attention to every customer. We are grinding corn now. For one bushel PHONE 11 J. H. BAUGKMAN & CO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY Rex Coal Mack Star Mack Crescent AUlMt, free sar wvSyJ 9 . i' v .. :- m- - .KJ' L St. -- . m bf Jl r JBasE. m. ,csg- - i fee Oners Nt stet, few askes REX COAL YARDS R L. PERKINS, Prop, Soccewor to E. B. Denham corn planter (new) ; 1 mowing machine (new) : 2 riding cultivators, Wednesday, December 23, 1914 At 2 P. M. sell, at the dwelling house on the premises, at public (new) ; 1 (new) : 1 miles ea&t of One and one-ha- lf outcry to the highest bidder, 100 acres of land, it being part of the 3.it. Salem, Ky..having sold my farm corn cutter (new) ; 1 Stndebaker wagon (new) 1 Ross cutting box, James A. Harris farm and that part upon which is located the old ar.d the deed made and must give five-toocultivator, possession Jan. 1, 1913, 1 will, on Xo. 10 (new) 1 Harris home. the above named date and place, of- - several turning plows: 2 This land is located about three miles west of Stanford, and 1 post hole digger, 100 ns fer at public outcry, without re-- i .wagons, ban-elof picked corn in crib, 80 the lands of E. P. Woods, S. T. Harris and R. C. Hecker, and is by-bfollowing per- the serve or rods of Adrian wire fence, 50 bales now in possession of S. T. Harris, who wiil be glad te show sonal property: same to Two mares eight and nine years of straw, 5 shares of stock in the any persons calling there. Telephone 40 Company, old, in foal by jack: one mare tivei Hubble This land will be sold for one-thi- rd cash, and remainder in two gallons of crude oil, .500 shocks of rears old: one filly two years old; equal payments, due in six and twelve months from January I, 1915, fodder and other things too numerhorse : pair of mules, one and bearing interest from that date until paid, at six per cent. eight and nine vears old, 10 hands ous to mention. At the same time and place the coming two-yehigh; two pair of Full and complete possession will be given on or before Jan. 15,1915 old mare mules, extra good ones; home place will be offered for sale, At same time and place, I will also sell a small lot of household furmule colts; two thorough bred the farm consists of about 220 acres of fertile land situated about 1 mile niture, the property of Mrs. Susan Harris, deceased. Jersey cows, giving milk: one Jersey heifer, be fresh in spring; one black east of Hubble on the Danville and 1 la vini gone in the rood- - busi- - heifer, half black pole, will be fresh Lancaster pike. This farm i well Col. I. M. Dunn, Auct. P. M. McROBERTS, ncss at 1'owers. Ky., L will offer the m hprij,g; suiuu hogs; ten Angora improved Avith a handsome colonial Admr., C. T. A. of J as. A. Harris, deceased. i following property at public sale n hull' interest in wheat drill:, brick residence, with seven rooms 7 a Miron, nearlv new; A Wood mow-- j !inu ,:,1- -e """ ,m,t aie lw" "s,,us on iiiv farm on tlle faini- - T,U" 1'nvm 1; wel1 Wlt ik-- . wiurmi ii.P ,mw,l,inRt Iinv nnil i f 1 " 0 IP imii T.. .!.. Lk 4lh. S""'K ,nriu-aniuesua, uccc"ijcr io, wawn harness; buggv and harness' lcreu n,m smiva un r There !,re 4 m're of plows and other farming tools;' One and oiic'hulf miles from , oarrels of corn; 20,000 pounds fult'a and 40 acre-- of wheat. If on the Middlcburg piko, of hov; new six octave organ; tht fam IS not so,1 Wl!1 be rentwl l'sllll fii wliitia tlti. wilj KiktiittiiftiifOtirr ' iur iiioney ruin n me iwuesi um-de- r. i .' 'i"itehold and kitchen furniture . ,. clock A. M., the promptly at ill s TERMS-Sumunder $20 eash; TERMS Made known on day of following properly, 0vL.r that amount on a credit of 12 hor.-e- s mule:-,- : Ipl'jiI interest and nc- - sale. Any one wishing to see the Five out; lln:k months with and can anil up W W. Owdey, who mare, seven year, old, 10 hands' otiublc note. DR. JAMES WES- -j can be found :it. the residence l l.iirh. irootl worker and driver,7 not LEY HUStOnVllle, Ky. K. F. D. I. B. W. GIVENS, Admr. ..i- .it nenry nilnomas, Auctioneer, n oaie i ; I'rnid of anything and sound; one. hour 0 A. M. sharp. 98-3of S. "E. Owsley. hay mare, eleven years old, lG hands . Col. I. M. Dunn, .Auctioneer. high, in foal to jack; one bay inaro, ' two years old, sired by Artie W. 2:-- j 08 2 pacing, she is a race blood and has the action: ouc pair vi We will offer at public auction at weanling, red mare mules, extra i the Pink Cottage Farm, a mile and a take chances with your fowls? good ones; one extra good milk j half vet of Stanford on. the cow; one Duroc Jersey boar, pediBourbon Poultry Curo pike, on Is absolute and quick death to greed; two Duroc brood sows, pedigerms of roup, colds and the Saturday, December 19, 1914, other Infectious diseases. A greed: Will farrow about March 1st. few drops is the drinking water beginning at 10 o'clock A. M. the 100 shocks of fodder, more or less; kiUe the disease grerms and prevents sickness. One 50c bottlo following livestock : one or two stacks of mixed hay; take 12 gallons of medicine. Two jacks, one, the great J. II. r At drareists. or by snail, post- one two-horwagon; one buggy; m pa vamaoie poultry book Faughman jack, Samson, black and one McCormack mowing machine, four years old;, seven jennets ; a IV. not. i good as new ; one two-hordisc, Gecrge Hur draft stall good as new: one. Oliver Chilled hon; 20 fat hogs; a nice draft mare' two-- ! , Hillside plow, good as newt one and colt: a good heavy work horse;; horse Steel Lever harrow, good as three Jerseys; six brood mares,' j row; one corn drill, good as new; bred to jack; three extra mule colts ;j one single shovel plow:- four good Xo tribute is so appropriate s lot of farming implements; about j Arimiiiislratfr's Nttiec j water barrels: one good grindstone; s .a monument, cut from 400 shocks of fodder to be fed out other articles too numerous to granite. It stands unAll jtersoas having claims against on the farm. altered, unchanged, preserving the estate of J. J. McKinaey. deTerras made known on day of I TERMS OF SALE All sums of a memory through the long sale. On MMMhiy Dc. 14. 1914 TATE & MESSER, ceased, will present same t, tke $10 and under, cash. All over $10, i years. Stanford, Ky, County. Court- - day on the premises, undersigned administrator properly ix months, negotiable note beart" ' 'I invite you to see my work disc-harro- w th two-hoi-- se ! ad-Jois id ar Public Sale properry and will offer for sale as agent of the heirs-at-laof the said S. E. Owsley the following real estate: Six milk cows ami cales, two registered Jersey cows, one Jersey heifer, subject to register, 24 hogs including 8 brood sows, "j horses including 1 extra good, gentle family horse. 1 aged mare mule, 1 yeai'ling mare mule, 1 w two-horse Sale of Valuable Land AS administrator ceased, I will on with the will annexed of James A. Harris, de- Saturday, December 19, 1914, ! Public Sale I e ; I iih. "" C7 7 Alt d J lint-toinill- ?r.-inj- al-2- 00 ! BALL BAND OVERSHOES ! I dc-cribed to-w- it: fim -- 1 ".... made with Snow Excluders Water cannot seep in at the side. p. ! W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. 1-- WHY Public Sale llu-tonvi- lle SALTONE AT se per se I f four-year-o- ld I MEMORIALS. W. H. Hig&ins' I - en-liiri- ng PkUc AidiN 1 ! Let tke I. J. A) ywir job prmtim? ing sjx per cent, interest from date of sale, payable to the National Bask of Hastonville. Remember tke Place and Date. F. W. COPFACC B. DimwicUJie, jaad' designs before you buy a woniwenfc- J. dark., Auct J. J?.,Kff, ,. HARRY JACOBS, '".& StartibfiKy V 3 -- , tmtf house, with flat above; en Main street. Stanford; hot and "' fiis-",isTf, Me. r. A. 114 wm la cold water with bath. Half cask, bal'- aintihsi i eaea first aasl Mr .stetMl sis at 7 aTelsek is isjsmf eaea swl-eHmt Jftj syset. fffert.. Mf.. Mm- - ance terms to sait. W. K. WARNER 94-- ti k CO., StanfMi, Ky. a business proves by law and those iadebeted to tk estate will settle. WALTER McKINNET ,Ate. 95-3- p fiOODaietares shws Friday and Saturday