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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): December 15, 1914 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1914 int1914121501_sn85052023 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): December 15, 1914 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4'i j- f& - v.? (Tke LJ Prists Mere Farst Mews as4 by More Farmers Thaa aay Coaatry Paper im the Stat. The lucky was giving these two cities. as one cent has eitherf those cities contributed to the postage or any other fund in putting this great highway movement before the country. The merchants and busi-- j men of the South' Eastern part . our state aie considering the o nest ion closely and no doubt will throw a good portion o their trade '' t,,!,t fity which has given and will continue giving evidence that they appreciate the mountain trade m-s- L' - INTER! or Stanford, Lincoln County. Kentucky Tuesday, December PIE SUPPER Established IW0-5- 5th Year Ne. 99. j 15, Journal 1914. 1 -1 f- Tai Paper Steps Whea Tim is ap Watch the Date Oa Lahtl a4 Keaew Tear Sahscrietiea Preanilv. Tuesdays arc) Fridays Yr ! l i i them travelled alone in a westerly uu ouve urancn. r.acu story awas CANDIDATES HERE BUT OF DANIEL direction until charmed by the beau- high and the windows were placed To Be Given By Domestic Science NO STOCK MONDAY Early History of Stanford ty of the scene he pitched his tent very high from the ground to preClass Friday Evening Lincoln County James Mare Teis of Boone Way near the town of Stanford, at the vent the Indians from shooting Quarantine and Cold Weather Makes Puns ard Good Roads Meeting One of the new features of the placed before named, and there built through them at the occupants. The December Court Day PractiHer- - Saturday Stanford graded schools this year, glass was brought from Virginia by cally a Failure (Read by Mrs J. B. Paxton before a cabin. is the department of Domestic During the same year he raised a j pack trains." This ho use is still tihb) Science. A basement room of the the Woman's (By James Marat) smau crop of corn anil in the Fall standimr m a remarkablv good state , ,. . One of the dullest and one of thy About November 1, 1780, twelve graded &cho j - t- building 'On to Cumberland Gap5 is. the has been. U..U U.UU UK ItaS7 years before Kptucky was made a remaining slaves, a number of rela- oi preservation, and is located on coldest court daw held in Slaaford equipped wit the necessarv fur- slogan of the Boone Wax--' Boosters minings do accommodate a course State, the Virginia Legislature di- - tives and friends and all of his the pike leading to Stanford from tin December in some years, was ex- highway and Workers for a great peneiictd "ere Monday. The heavy in this work. The room has a con- - vided it into tlire counties aud livestock. Leaving the stock in Crab Orchard about two mileo from snow from Crab Orchard to Cumberland of Saturday night and ouovv, charge of his attendants ht!l returned ilie latter place. . Li Gap. This movement was started .' , followed by the cold wave, made the for his family and arrived with them Another of Lincoln county's early weather miserable. Coupled with the Jive years ago at Piueville and re' other cities have done. The tour of little kitchen. The room is funii&hed ' Fttyette' Ulwol is therefore one of March 8, 1770. Rendered desperate residents of great prominence was prohibition oj. agaiu-- t me by the settlement of the whites upon sales at ths "lvv uis" vivcj bv the Mt. Vernon Commercial ...v; pu(l I...UI- - ini-i- i ucvciopcu um wiiu two lltrae'uiiriier oil stoves and """- Shelby, the first and sixth ........V.....I. stock yards- oil account ot the. quarKentucky, twehe desks wnieh are supplied with State and wasnained in honor of their favorite hunting ground- - the Iaac Club two years ago. Since that time Jlb lllilb K7UUIII EiL-tegovernor of the State. He was born utciisiU o meet the General Benjamin Lincoln, of the Indians the Club through its secretary. J as. appreciates Louis,ville's efforts to j the nece--ar- y swarmed through the in Maryland ami removed from Ten- antine against the foot and mouth, way in piisir i needs ol the twenty-fou- r Maret. has kept everlastingly at it m ..ss,si in ec girls. The Revolutionary 'Army. Each county woods and lured behind every hid- nessee, lie had attained great fame disease, made things very dull The crowd piesent was a very It- - publicity. '! he idea at the outset ...? ..e ioo.e way mrougu ana w:u ; ,ourse consist- - of sewing, text-boo- k at the time of) division embraced ing place. After trying in vain to in- - a;, an officer in the war of the Rev not lorget that city's traveling sales- - j work in the class room and practice about small one, and there was practically; was for national assistance but one third of the State. The uuce me scarierea settlers nean olution before coming to Kentucky, no trading. .,,. ., ,i;riunn nnntna a.,;.. cooking. liuding the time was not yet ripe men when coming through this terri-ii- n m ....... .. mi iivnnr u. iU ii.i i?t:i. intriii iii ii vi:inif iii:iii ......... ..ni i,.,. ., i.i. ,i ..VlbUlU lll,l . l ran ireii:ir,i in hi'if.-lt R. K. Young, the Adair county, wearing the 'Uoone Ways It ift indeed a very practical course courses, mountain chains, and other to listen to appeals ioi for Cong iv at bis cabin- -. Logan found in national as well a- - State rv boo-t- er buttons wh.eb they procure j and if one - to j.ulge its future by .natural object as the boundary trader, had here with 12 herld for highway budding and tlie State fety for ,is loxed ones in the tort Beside being governor twice he wis of feeder- -, but left them at lliiston-vill- e, tin- - Seeivtaiy oL Boone Way . tbe miere-- t that N manifested by the ai.l road law being enacted, our jom lines of Jeffersoii and Fayette mid atlJarrodsburg.Inseiisibletofear.be a member of the Cor- and -- ays he will sell thera priLand. m. ernon. young ladies m it. he Avill say that Then recites thaCall the residue of leturned to his location, planted and veution club tun.cd l.s atlejitiou to that of 1792. lie commanded vately. -- king the counl wil1 ,JL a sU,,-'l'i -line of work and - a The highway evangeli-t- every phase of aid ounty shall be called Lincoln g.ithered hi- - crop- -, and continued twelve Kentucky put in ir ! Br. II. L. Casey. uf Danville, asties to take advantage of the oppor- Saturday t. m Stanford in the it work county." The cojjinty, therefore, be- - his clearings. His family ret tuned battle of the Thames and for his Mi sistant state veterinarian, came ovr Ida Judd has charge of thi-- ! gan its career by taking what was to him iu 1777 by which time he service received the thanks tunity of building roads. work ol liooue Way. meetof Con- to inspect a herd of fat steers which course and is doing very efficient ' left. Roughly Speaking, Jefferson built his fort, which became the gress and a gold medal, The Kentucky Good If (tads As- ing the and professional lie - burisociation, a oIiiuteer. men and county officers during the work with the girls. .unty embraced the western part place refuge for all the neighbor- - ed oil his old homestead in this coun- J. H. Baughnian. near Danville shipped to Simon Weil. On lYiday evening, December 18th, ' of the State, Fayette, the central, j ing settlers. organization, with bead quarters at forenoon and holding a meeting at ty, known as Traveler's Rest. Notwithstanding the lack of stock Loiii-vil- le the chapel of the graded school, land Lincoln the eastern. The early On May 20. 1777, the fort was bewas toruied for the pur- the court house in the afternoon. in At the term of court held in here Monday, here wa- - no dearth of -- ending pose of speakers through- - The leading bankers. County Judge, this department will have a pie sup- - j history of Lincoln county is theie-pe- r sieged by more tlinn 100 Indians 17S1, Gen. Bon Logan appearcandidates. Two candidates for Cirat which pies furnished by the fore the early lliftory of about one and furiously attacked for steral ed and offered to convey out the -- tate to advi-- e with theip.iilcr, one of the magistrates (the to the cuit Judge on hand shaking hands couuliea and explain the workings only one in town that dav) and othei young ladies wji ,L. sod at auction.' third of the' counties of the State weeks. The women of the fort, at- -- ounty a sufficiency of the land at with the voters and one formal J he proceeds are to be used for sup- - Juto of the new state road law to the peo- progressive citizens allied them--ol-c- ewhich it lmf. since been sllb- - tended by small guard of men. were h:s station on M. on which ! . out-iple. Mi. li. E. Wood- -, loinier with the Kenucky Good Roads lilies i.i iwli.il ll. ilti the fort milking, on the to erect a court house and other candidate for Commonwealth's Atdivided, and ulsoihc early torney and one prospective candiThe program for the eve ning will of Kentucky for' the greater part of "lornimr before the siege. Indian- -i public building- - to be wa- - appointed A ii I.mii-vill- e. oeiation and the held a long date. t State itiiecior. Among lite lirst of the State's most flaring and chival- - fired from amlui-- li killing one of that organization thai it as follows: the - the -- outt of Lincoln count -- hould Judge C. A. Hardin took the cold hi- - moe- - wa- - to put on a campaign Lincoln 1'iaiio Duet Mis-e- s county will certainly line Sallit M. ric incidents occurred within tin men. mortally wounding another, and continue there. It wa- - decided to b ' jride from Harrod-bur- g. . -- otitliea-tcru ibrnii-- li 20 Hide Kentucky in! her three mil;-- of I'oone Wn from Craig and Annie V. Crai-llarri-o- n by name, fell fne most convenient place and or-- ! confines of the original boundary ofj : thiid, Reading Mis; Ifaehel Ilill. ihc uilcK t of "'Boone Uiy." Two, Crab Urcliard to the li'ockca-tlwounded in sjbt of bis frantic wife. deled that court be held there in the away, to -- ee the uders. ami C. t. 'A Lncoln countv. Piano Solo Miss Mary Early. trip- - were made over the entire route! county line, improve the pike from sippealed to the men in vain ut ure The deed wa- - not made, row of Danville, al-- ,. came over The earliest oci'iipant-o- f the land-- ! J','-!- l" Reading Miss Anna K. Al:il)i..i.v were not Indian, as is generally! to uccompany him on a -- ally to re Jt .Mr. Woods uccoiunanicd bv Ja. (that place tt Sianiord on to the however, until March 2.5. 17h(5. ami mingled with the few court day voter- -. Both had friend- - with theai. Pianc Solo-M- iss ,M(' wounded comrade, ami then when Gen. Logan Ma ret. the original Boone Way Boyle line, t!r route of the "Old Xancy K. j apposed, but wild beasts, for by alrlu' conveyed to mid each -- eenied to be well tl-tied boo-te- :. oi .Mi. Vcnioii. The bankets,! V ilderne Roail." -- o a- - to be .ible sort of tiiiderstaidiii among thei dashed out alone, placed the wotind-ludiai- Shelby, .loin, l.ogaii. Wdlinm Mont Vocal Solo .Miss Xdlie W. Hill. jtiiial. bti-of the day'- - work men and of-jt- o gomery, and I Ingli Loan. then the! with t!- ihae t!::.t line tlcclaretl the "ofl'i-1'iccthe main' 'part of the State1 1''' "l:1" "" "'- - -- boulders, and Atld-eswhen he left in the aftcrnooit. Jit-ti-- ufely to the tui Domestic of the arioii- - couutie- - wcre'ciai" ror.te d' the continuation of Science been set apart to them that thevl,nrm'- - WI,M of Lincoln county. 'H acre foil , Boone Way toward l.oiti- - iiie, also Mis Ida Jdd. "''"I1, tnt-- ' bullets whistled around of hind. This land was c,,nvee, by Hon. E. V. con fen ed and coun-ele- d of Danville, was might have little trouble finding here, talking to his friend.-abo- ut Song High School Glee Club. v.:th. meeting- - and -- iteakinu- had in that when the National Government game on their Hunting expedition-;- . j hem. The defence of the fort wasjthe Justices to the trustee- - of the al-- o his ract. for Coituiioiiwiallh".-Attorne- y. . the town- - ami citie- - of Mi. Vernon,! takes over the trunk line highways j Piano Solo Miss Mary Moore 'lhe Indians, it had made of !" vigorous ai the attack until the! town ot Stanfonl in 17Ub. but un- ' the RniV'T. ( orliin. William-bui- g. convert- - them into Bar- -' :""' t.niiilou. Xatiou.il State a sorted' Yellow Stone! ammunihon began to fail. None wa- - iortuiiateh their nana- - arc not Mr Fox ha- - jr- -t i ue.I a dignifiAuction Sale Mr. William Sevbourviile, 1'iiievillc, Middle-- b though it was visited' fearer than Virginia, but Logan's! en in the deed and lor that n-- -- on and' Highways maintained at Goveru- ed card to the voter- - of the district Stautoru, (tliu place having b en in- -' hient e.vpiv , Lincoln will be reudy erance, Auctioneer. by them frequently on hunting ex- - "ournge wa- - eijual to all emergen- - we do not know win. compi the Xo admission fee will he charged. peditions as our ancestors on liiim-- 1 '''- - Imbuiug his men with his ownjlir-- 1 boaid ,f trustees of Sti.aford. which is found in another column. "1(,,'t 'he occasion. On the Xat'ou-Satur.lav.oieii b the good road boo-tc- roniln ' Highway map the route is shown . !.....! I'cl.ru.-irv- . i I7.m iJecember J'Jth.) e ... , ,,.'mc . 111 .w., iu-,- . In.ii..., . ".li.ll 1,.roil.- -. oi'e!iiinc ILilllll U i.. fiw.;,. lot tv spirit lie lett tliem under cover , In tOICeSI Weatlser of the Winter CARD TO VOTERS In -- pcedics delivered by the high-l- l' Car-wa- y ordi- - were appointed by the court to con-- j I'losu t harl darkness and shiiiniim: the i'"h South sorrow. The first white settlers v iiginia. evangcli-i- s it u:, stated that!"hua via Cuuih. "Inu( (Jap ami Crati j Lincoln Several thermometers around town county weie mainly o! that":,,v ,l,il,u u""r '"ne io iraci ior the erection ,,f a (our: for tilt In- t time in it- i Keiri Orehaid ti Cli:ca:.. It is ciufidcnt-Hick- y iSSUed By Ho". C. C. FOX, Candidate sterling wh.. t.riu-- ! where ammunition was obtained, Iloiist. ami prison, and in February. ire -- aid to have registered a- - low race I ... ha- a state-witl- e 'i.ially migrated fom the Xorth ofl liicli he left with some new follovv- - 1S7 C... jneiiiiier.-- ol. .1 road lawJ.v predicted that it will be out a few ;" For Circuit Judge iviii " .!... ine com i.1... lit oegree- - oeiovv zero n;e-ua- v ,w orougni io nun wnue in were appointed to let the building of morning, but most of them tarried vhcivhv here can be til! the-- e changes will take uiiiformi-- i .v''!l jJiclana to Pennsylvania, and from l'1" ty iu the construction and maiiiteu- - I'h'ice . , Tctmned, V alone in Haste to tlie tort a Lonrt sllu?e, it being specified. around .3 or 0 belov. The we.-it- er there swarmed .into til F Valley of i To the Voters' of tin . . : . . ' ::ni-t- . Virginia tif jmblic highways and that and tlio:&nto.3ta&totai'k JL L. Collier, of Cab dieial District iscold'wea ' it- - Tinre- -. ash those counties whicdiyiv iinforJuu- or oak logs. :jo feet long. 20 ther. and this means a strong prob -- o, were of stern stuff and brook- - i'vom .t,,f' "" " vliolVJ.-SirarkofMtrSftun'nvK5 "ago T made my n - r'ived in a sbott while with i feet wide and J4 feet high, and to ability of a White Chrisfiua.. aty-li5teiiflhe "paujier column Veinion, L atlending the meeting of al announcement as a candidate el "o opposition and to the last j .nniiiunition and . the.. Indians,t be covered with Iapt s,i,igk's. In stand as- good a show in road the American Boad Builders l'w the Democratic nomination for proved worthy of their glorious tra- - ' ,. . .. . building as the richer and in somet eiatiou which convened were uisper.-e- d tor tlie time neing; .vpru. libi. it wa- - ordered that1 LATEST WAR NEWS ditions at Chicago, i Judge of this, the Thirteenth ..,. . a belter show. The new law . December Htn. and lasting i1vcel District, at the primarv to be ..e .wl ......... W en we remeniiier the diieul-""'"-"-""- . v Iliiiiovli flw.O ivj-al"1""111 ...i. iln. ..- - iiiOtl-- ak.k .i.ioiu neu u. me new uui- Dre-de- n. .... ,.,. .!.. . . . i II I... I....I.I...... i.. .1... town i.i... " (icrman crui-- er .l..w... "" ........ ....... "' '""-- . - .o.i.k ... u.e ... ol.' ... i , ,;1A ,,ve eeni- - on aiijtiays. .Mr. Si mi lis represents ihc. in- - "eia "i August next, and. 1 now do- - Juts ine.v lu, to encounter, the i...i.-e, l ... "",l l"", . TI,e hnVun on one occasion fired the order being si:M1(d by Isiiii-.taxable pnijieriy within the state to teie-t- s ..'!' w.irsinps J""''1 " f ls Jjuu,li; 'liy iu lhl sire to make to the Democratic vol- - ' n('r '" ",li'11 tliev surmounted them.! '" amh"-l- i. breaking' helby. the .resiMh, e. cieat. a road fund. In lhe year l!)lo great meeting. never cea-- e to r'vere;on ers of thi- - district the folio win" wc ll!,,u,l, " the Argentme Such In brief was inul bounding him in the tbere will be .flilMMKMt placed in this j lii.imiiiig M" " ' statement : "'their memories and be thankful for;1"Cr-.Hits'. . ill fund, where a county wishes lo They were so anxious to of the county of Lincoln and of its j ""'j; ' hreast. l''itage they left behind.. punts' wJrc 1J.' have been a Democrat all niv't:.i.d t!,kt !m :,I,Vl :l,ul I'" "" ,n death county scat, the town of Stanford. Williams build new countv scat lines (,r . Here is a theme to which , ........ .i;,' ...: life, and always lov.-.,...1 I,,-- . anA u. ,i. . : .............. - ... : i l ami rai-- e....j h.v Jow torture thev refrained from; Time forbid' a eomi.lete "' the money either by up-- j day meeting. The writer regrets ' W ls,rty J,nd it- - nomiiiees, and mv oil-.- ' has hecn doiu """"- i iii Ma-t- cr jMo.riatii.i:. taxation, boiul Builders who urmaiiy reply to Sweden's re- or laving m'.splacci !:?.. list. .f il...:... i reeortt m tin matter without storv. The traveller now vvendiii"-- ' killing bun and their attempt to cap-,. j tion ol the ,,,,n AV:'- :,!most -- uccetul: -- neipea to lay the foundation on (!m' tor an explanation of the lav- - wav .. placed iu co mi- any blemish. on palatial dinu-inir- e i ...... . io-I.. -- ' ' ' wa- - their purs-nu-t "- - miaes one ot the. which the superstructure '.. by winch thiee ' iy road fund: spp,.se a county .,., ot . With exeejition of the five years and I'ullnian sleepers rarelv thinks' ',..;.,. , I' spent in farming, T have devoted all "' the privations of our forbears rmlinii got hold of Ids horse's tail. county has been eiectetl and like-- j -" ""-'i- for biuhw ay purposes; "ere blown up. - ems' In,'lL'- - '" l:,- - nl''- it cm then apply for -- tate aid and j V " "." was also a number of time-- 1 wi-- e a further enumeration of their pidend lar from satisfactory ll ms j;ft ;me ,..,diiatiii from en- - when they made the -- anic .jouinev 1 '!" heroic deeds of which there were the commander of large to the Swedish press, ""!'i'L t.'" to' the stm'v Collc'-e- . the Wilderness Uad. iceive - j.iHio per v ea r until Sll"-'- a. , ..' 'vTi... . he at the -- ai.iei tre ." . ." ,.,,IIW , ........ : . . i ..! -- mif :........, . ...... i.oii nliKt T,liM.,s l...vm..l ll.- - n.:im- - .;,;!,,. ... .1 -- j..si mm. .v me xeimaiis ciaim .it. .nave re- -. it. wnai i'"' store hor-- c law, ami I helieve that i.iucoiu j '" eiueuieni iu r " " expend- mi' "II,tf ippli.-an- t on the road. Xo l'V:'j the Bu mn hor-ein"Hty and third in the State wa- - at ""'"- - f tin- State, and proved to j few .mine- - have been -- elected be- - pul-e- d am iptalificd to fully and with cf- on the ' ''..d,.,'," . "p:,:' cause their figuies have cast the Ka-,.,- - Logan's Fort, as it is!1"' :' military senilis of the bighe- -t draw more than two perl!..: ,.,,', . ficiency discharge all of the duties St. Asaph's " Br.issian frontier and estmtato '" " "" " ii..i' M... .-;...! -t i,; , , ....... .. ,,.i.v.. ...i j. m..ie .ri.iu.i.-.ll- . I...........ii, f - ,i. mii- -: order. longer s hadow- - over the siiceec.Im" that- in the coat, ui' total of st.ii,. r......l ("JiM ;.. :.. .... ..s. i. ....-- . ..!...., tl... .. ...i ii .i I ,iis niK'.i iiiii. i ill i ii... :i iiti ?i ....!. ' ...-'i i n itw .ii v. till iiiwm, imnti v. ear- - A- - were the leader- - so were' nation of Lodz, the l.'ni:i.., 11.. " j shall eve.- fcr.o ;.. ...;...! ti.... ii i....... in the yard of Mr. J. B. (':.i..e..isel.. a success m i mi:- ,. lie was not only :n one year. JelfeiMm conniv i..ivs .. . Y.J lost .' . U,,nf ll... water-wor,r into s.ate road fumfvcarlv' V SO.Ciim pre" T1' V. taken an oath 1.. a.ln.h.ist' . nlant. The ta.y. but nK in civil lite. He w a- - a tliosc who followed.. They cleared tlie 1 "",HMl men mi.r 1l"-'atfromt lam! of savage- - ami felled the for-- j ioii-l- v and en draw ...it only PJ.0UU the tmi",,.,,!,,. ."..."' ' ":'' '" e ett reported captured. without to persons- and do '"'ing spirit in this settlement isj:llil,l,iPr "f til,u'c : T. '""tm-k,,,,. to the ng.nia Le,"ir,S,,;l"7.N ,S'n"" t,,t'"' ''"'"' ".JIIS.UIMI t,le Il'-- 1' ., to other entities oipial rights to the poor and to tl,t. ' Oeneral Logan, a name dear to thei The Allies lea- -t ' , ... .. ..... . I? ... i.....4 ,..e 'ere courteously treated ami :.. , .'lure,- wa- - the iii:ikIi-:iI- i - wh. . IicI.It, t the eon. iti-. - I.ms 1.... .. .............. pamal oiien-iv-have in the wc--t.at The ,....... ....... iii- - ..i. Slim- - ;ut. .......i... . ; e ami jaiiniuiiv ana impartially '""" "J c.e.v ieiuucMau who.--l"il ii the l';:l of th.- land bv K. C. ',"' " K'h ucky at Har-- , ami rapid growth in culture and French ai.i.oui.ec that the movement, .Mei,.l,eiship the in Kentucky Jordan, discharge all mv duties, and I s,il W.-- the traditions of hi- - State. lle,"p " the popular landlord at St. '.....I .'toads Association was eagcr-i- v lo-i" Virginia in 1742. then a j ro.lsbmg. was sher.il of Linct.li, prosperity. The forest trail, first j Js n.eeting with success while " Asaph, iu fact our reception by the never e sid.t f the duty that 1 colony ni fj.eat -- oiiuhl bii-i''"' f the fust and j changing int.. th,. dirt road, .level- - Clermai.s assert that all attacks bv Britian in which thej p"n'.v- - :1 and orofe of owe to the Commonwealth of j people wa- - erv -plea-a- nt . .. . eonvennon-- . oiieu liur. t u- - ini.n.iL-.- . ..i..i :.. ..e ....:..........:. - "" '.. - "inn i.ioj i j an. iI iio me llllganis Tn 111V p.,.ri:i. i... . oi:ni-.i..i.ij ..." ...i ii. is in. ceomi consiiiuiionai .." ti... iijiv,, .iiecu repill-et- l. " t,u- n ,n.?,nbor huv ito ..f that ,.,ga.,i,ation vvcrej wliirli gave to the olde- -t child , 1.1. lor the prompt and efliei.n j . The Servian- - continue to uuiou.tce . - arranging to raise! curt He received a iul cop- - ,,t every variety supplant-- j -, which are simply to in-- 1 V"''-''- '' ,, the' Uie entire, estate, on the death of the -- entucky Lei-latur- e. of all matter.-- before struct th,- various ,.oni,ti,-- how tol :,'" lu'K',i, .fttlM; Ut l::,L "l" "''Icourl and the trials f all cases- - j l"i-ii- t. Oeneral Lo-a- ti was the first plurality of votes i the electoral j ed rank undergrowth, and domestte f , Kln.r ,V . ,j n The .,...--, ...e ., "' iihik me place ot wild!VlIposso.iy lake advantage Mnd Miave delei.n.ined. f th,- - opportunity! ........ r,,.(,t, ,,,.,. r ,. , if elected child, hut on the death of his father ' "",-- - beast- - whose lairs iU': r the county. Lun-- I ai.Vl.r tl, again run for this office, as de1,,,f. to er State aid and ,., .. (.. w ..rk j were soon ever' ;,f'1Kw,t,,-k1'to take advantage of this: VtWu th v,,f ' unfair: il with school htmse, church, and !ft :,!1,! ,,'11 w, . for better roa.ls.sehools and el..eh-,,'1,V,,,- x " "Jamil will, therefore, not be subie.-t-- ' and sold life lands and divided lr,Vwl oi ,'' "'. ' ri.lmrfl Whil-Je- fl ' Tfc vemoved from Lincoln to home. - wnieh .piickly follow in the wake """, ,S'"U, ihmn" h e, r''- the proceeds e.pmlly among hi- - b.- - '""I11IV n.llI)tlli.. to ever eo,,-i.- l,,k'a l"r Sl l,r,t,,,s"4 h'y.""""ty will build a highway Iron.!.,. , ...,, ste.-s- . Cnitif,.. bis J...rol "'"'.v h"(' h(' li,'! '" 1S0- - C'arlyle ...it an old truth in strik-- i i..,.. roved biebwavs. Al! ll. " .,.,-- ,1..., "l'."1"': t. fll. .'. . I I.T .1 eil let. to Corbin to connect with having i nig lorm when he said hani.v is th. mice mis iaiitti. i he i.lea wa- - re .... lie- - u.eiitione. .i .iw.ii ..I,,...,, i... t.t:...i witb tlo.t ..f :. brotlwi- - l.e ....,.I...s.l. at the age ol (ill year.--, ibov en-- i now r:,,h'" li.ii-ia-" apoplec-- 1 eople Avho-- e annals ;tie tiresome ceived sympathetically by a maior-it- v " hur i a fine farm on James river and con-- ! on lhe road -- abject audi Boone Wav. thiim-- evcei.l mv .lntv i of the Power- - it - stated, but t.ie.r worker- - are in the figlit with; Boyle county ha.- - not bad il... j veved it to hi- - mother for, life withi'"' Mt- - ni grave is in Slielbv conn-- ! The years of the greatest growth , tv remainder to the brother, and f lien i Ty they did not feel it wa- - policy to t are ROWLAND i'dl deieiiiiinatiou of veais of iiictncss; the years Itooue; eireiirt iudgshiii for foil v veai-s- : noL! ' f our famous pio- - that seem m.:st still are the veai-: lct"t Mr-- . Way on t,, Cumberland fin p. It is! ""'if support it. the place of his birth to seek; Clarence Curreitl, of .Me- -' hiiiee 1874 when mv father. Judge Military experts at Berlin regarded I ;......!.. : sneers was William Whitlev who was greatest success. .. Thus 1.1111.-11- . roio note in c gicat appre- - wumou, v... is the guest ol iher mo-- j I. I. i? second term expired, and ills toitune -victories in Poland of rounty after the ground was broken! ?ii tlio in....... li..... ........ '.her. Mis. Ccor..,. f........ After . serving some wiir. in Tn born in Boekbndge county, of south caste,.,. ICeniM.-l.-..n....... . ........... ' I,H ""l'rtam-i- . that it - believed Iv.- - and seed planted in and there married to ('-'ntinued to -- row l is oxpie ing for the stand the, Carter, ..f Lebanon Junction has bad the judg-hi- p l twice. Garrard liau wars he settled near the ' Jl . . . f 11 11 M'l o,x.ration- - will "" fnrl"'r visitin hi- - gramlmother, Mrs. S. : county twice and Lincoln county eit location of Abingdon, Virginia, liter r uiier in iii.i. in nun i neo-do- with little to mar or molest paper- - are taking iu this-ji':c' "'"'aken on the Kcistem Iron Tioosevolt. iu his work entitlel ural developement W' iy nioveinent not only until the out- Carter. three time- -, and I cannot helu but and lived there for many year- - and h'' J' Mr.--. uniii -- pnng. ine uciiet was ex- ..r tl... r;,;i v v....:t to "The Winning of the West' says: ppaco'given in their column-b- ut Maud Hill, of Danville, was believe that the Democratic voters of was one of the leading men of that cash' l'"' Germans, will i...w i "One of the he-- tr known Tudian 1501, with date mv i:.-- r ends. I nation- - in increa-iu- g Here too he met and the t.nalj the guest ol her .Mis. Dora'thi district will m.w recogni.e tlie . niiiminity. ' be aid,, to tran-f- er ten army corps fighters in Kentucky was William for paying e.xpen-- eof publicity. I'rice last week. duty they owe to Boyle county in married Anne Montgomery of the from the .one to the Wo-t- -j who lived at Walnut Flat Huber Ballard The Courier Journal - especially) Miss Wo.xie Jennings and Miss this matter, nd will give me this same Scotch-Iris- h stock as himself, Wiitlev era field of operation, which will re commended for its great assistance' Catherine Land has returned from a ' honor, for which T have, had I'arly in 177." he set out to make ' some five miles from Crab Qrchnrd. ui The. wedding of Bryan Ballard, sult in another vigorous attempt be- Kentucky soon after :t mi south eastern Kentucky is learn- - v'iit to friends settlement for himself with no com-i- g He had conic to at Winchester and abiding ambition for many year--- . -- 3, a traveling salesman of Lexinging made to reach the English chan tb.--t Loipsville. its papers and ! Lexington. ' pan ion 011-- 1 save a few. trusty slaves, its settement and by his energy and ton, and MisS Marion lluber. Hi. of nel. CIIAS. 0. FOX. acquired leadership. He wiiolo-al- e Mi.-- s . Falling in with Boone, Henderstpi and ability had ' merchant- - arc people with' Kathcriiic C'onniiey - the' Chicago, yas solemnized Saturday With large reinforcement- - from was a stalwart man, skilled in the! v.nom reciprocity should be practic-- , guest of her aunt, .Mrs. Andv Pavne other adventurers, he united with Card of Thanks afternoon at four o'clock at the resi- - the Eastern frontier, and with the. ot arms- - iovi and fearle i ed AsJv -- eeretarv of Boone Wav at at Lancaster. I wish to thank all mv friend ft, their party and travelled some dis-l"- 4 t in hni'L'ivnnilcmpn Tlinii'iin him rp'adj dence on Walnut street, of Rev. 1. J. use. of new artillery and the possible, . . .. i . .. ... I .1 i' ,ni,.ii wnai wholesale cities. ,u Perkins viMted' j,ei,,g so kind to me during mv r. aim .His. " "" " with tliem along the line otj" . l Spencer, pastor ..... . of the navy, (icrinau arhe lOVed battle, lie took Pl.ri;.,.. ..i..1nnk : of r the Central .V and , .x ,' ..,, .j i t . . tile WilrWiiOse T?nnd- - tl.on l,,nvin.r nllibllled to i.insln.n. " ""j Mis. Walte, M.--. H o. .1 la .,,,1. ....... .......,;. av ..:.. "'-. e aes.s ana nope some any io ne a. net " in v.i.l..ill i liuitu IU JjCA.IIIilllJI. 11 tillery feel- - confident that tin alpart in innumerable battles and '.tiier I mid to promote the construe day. T. Wool folk, uncle of the groom and lies will be unable to take any of the i to repav those who have been -- o i his old age. he was lulled while tion of this great highway. The rec Sick Headache nice to me. Friends in need and ,. i fighting against Tecumseh at the president of the Woolfolk Coffee territory in Belgium and France ords -- now Louisville only. Cineiuna-- t. ma mm. mcuains w experience With . sickness, are surnlv friends indeed Company and William II. ITuber, cornered by the German-- , even Sick headache is nearly always battle of the Thames. an! Knoxville furnished a big Crwp brother and guardian of the bride, should England a new army of a Iry disorders of the stom I am gaining strength slowly and'cau-e- d "In 1786 or 1787 ht. built the first bunch of wind in way of promises vvnen my boy, llay, was small (hope to be out. by Anins. . L. ' ach. Correct them and the periodic brick house ever built in Kentucky. were the only attendants. After the million men in France in February. or aiding the movement in exchange he was subject to crimp, and I wasiNeal. attacks of sick headache will dis- - It was a very handsome house for ceremony Mr. and Mrs Ballard left for the trade south of Eastern Ken- - always alarmed at such times. for their honeymoon. Mr. Ballard i Deep-seate- d nnnear. Mrs. John Bishon of Rose- coughs that resist Chamberlain's Cough Remedy prov- Chamberlain'S COUgh Remedy The ville, Ohio, writes: "About a year those days, every step in the hall a former Garrard county young man ordinary remedies require both exstairway having carved upon it the Children tajce BALLARD'S ed far better than any other for Mathers' Favorite iago I was troubled with indigestion head of an eagle bearing in its beak and has many friends here. ternal and intenial treatment, ft ItOREHOUND SYRUP willingly be- litis trouble. It always relieved him '1 give Chamberlain's Cough Rem- - ' and had sick headaclie that lasted vou buv a dollar bottlu ot BALcause it tastes nice. There isn't a quickly. I am never without it in edy to my children xvhen they have Sick Tw Years Wife IndifestiM LARD'S two or three days at a time.' I HOKBHOUXD SYRUP for Sickly children need WHITE'S better remedy' anywhere for chil- the house for I know it is a posi- colds or coughs,'-- ' writes Mrs. Verne doctored and tried a number of CREAM VERMIFUGE. It not onlv "Two years ago I was greatly you get the two, remedio you need , . dren's coughs, hoarseness and bron- tive cure for cronp," writes Mrs. W. Shaffer, Yandergrift. Pa. It always j remedies but nothing helped me 'S destroys worms, if there be any. but benefited through using two or three for the priee of one. There is a chitis. Jt's a good medicine and R. McClain, Blairsville, Pa. For thera and is far superior to . til during one of those sick spell it acts as a strengthenng tonic in bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets," RED PEPPER POROUS easy to take. Price 25c, $50c and sale by all dealers. any other cough medicine I have a friend advised me to take- - Chara-use- stomach and bowels. Price 25 cents writes Mrs. S. A. Keller, Elida. PLASTER for the chest, free with $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Shngars' I advise anyone in need of,beriain's Tablets. This medicine per bottle. Sold by Shugars' Drug Ohio. "Before taking them I was each bottle. Sold by Shngars Dwtg Drag Store, Stanford, k Lyae GOOD pietnres shows Friday and a Medicine to give it a trial." . lievad me in. a short 4rae." Fdr sale Store, Stanford, ft Lyne Bros., sick for tw years with indigestion,.' Store, Stanford, ft Lyne Bros. Bros. Crab Orchard. 'Saturday nights. J For sale by all dealers. I by all dealers. Crah Orchard.' Sold bj all dealers. Crab Orchard. OVER THE TRAIL BOONE .Not a.., much ai. I ! ..., I ot "wa. rii po-stme : : ,,:wi.r" rrr.,r." .r - h coi-awe- s - - - ! iu-de- ed. I -- ;. i- lt c hi-to- Con-titutio- nal i- bi-- I pu-hi- ng bu-i::- es- i- non-politic- al - Feb-urar- y. A-ai- hs icr ti-t- orv de red repre-.-i-iilnl- m' 4 .i- e ! I J Mc-Kinn- aac is -a- p.-o-fc me r- re-h- ad s cc Bui-year- sej-nis- ! r 1 y. 4..-- lilt-11- 1 i -- - -- ! of'r I u-iui - hi-to- ry SeoU-h-iiiSj- ..., u-- etl Tld.-leei.tl- .l. .V - m m On-har- - ... I'-a ii IT... h - -- . recnbt-is'-i"or-cdntini- ied - P for-!'The- - . s . .- .... A-s- o- Judi-rc-pcc- t.s ill. 1 I 1 ... . .. -- i.-.- I . I I . I I i- -" p Ja-tiet- n-- On-lmfd- " ! ! I n-m- M-ai- it . I ? .ri-ti- ce j i- - I'b. e I ea-tw- -' ard . .."i".?,Ti . J tlu-"l5- ? Swed-rai-e-s.-JIM- i- - -' ao-ui- foi-.e- - ""' I.' i.r-.e- - " a ! I I 1 "ll - i '- - : eii , . - i - . - - Sil ,.! - d i . , - . V. - L ks J 1 g it-p- - ...li-......- ., ? v -. rn-ii- - - .... ,-, a-- umed . J th-sh- all J ue i- M.-......- ...I 'i-iinii-- .- -- I r.:,.-i.o-e- - fNf.i.-i.ri.-l- i- jsl-harg- e ''", ! -- ".--.. e h" 'ti- ,- - s ;- "'"' - '. f dei-lii,,-.- .- :. , '' s.vpr 1,-n- '" , j,. I ",7 ! tii .- -- i i- ! pu-hi- i.u ! v i i .... s - I 17-lf- l. pre--Loui-'- -i(. V"" i- ? V 1 eMi-iisn,- - re 1 ! wji-rl- J Pn1 nr J J i- J J i. " ..... i- I - -- .... n-- r ! '' -- '. -e " I I as-i-ta- nee u-m- -tf ! , - nn-hel- ps HER-RICK- d. ch . itt t I- A if. 41 ,:4- " n a ii,;l. ".V! ft fcTHE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1914. The Interior Journal ifiELTON M. JSAUVi.EY. Proprietor IN ADVANCE f YOU WILL NEED MONEY FOR CHRISTMAS I 91 A TEAB STH1CILT Entered at the poitoifict at Stanford iteond cutMt mail matter. SANTA CLAUS IS COMING irfEIUS i POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Interior Journal is authorized to announce the following eandi- - dates for office, subject to the Democratic primary in August, 1915: y , SL YOU WILL BE SURE TO HAVE IT If You Join the LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK, Stanford, Ky., LANDIS CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CLUB Which Starts For Circuit Judge C. A. UAEDIX, of .Mercer county. CHA-S- . C. FOX of Boyle county. For Commonwealth's Attorney E. V. PUKYJ2AR. of Boyle County, R. W. KEENOX, of Mercer county, Address a!l commnnicationE to The ioterioi cot to fome individual connected with the pap'r. o nutter .low iirpcrtant they may b, unsigned and anonnuus communications to 'the Interior Journal, aieigncred. The name of the sender .s wanlfil n fvidenn? of pood faith and not for publication'. If yon you nav somsiaing to appear in ine Joiinnl, you vnx sign your name ili'.yiw Jj it. The Interior Jourr.al charges for obituaries, resolutions of letpect and cards of thanks. The rite is five cents a line. The Interior Journal has one of the largest job printiQg establishments in central Kentucky and vill be glad to figure with Anyone on any kind of printing. foiUTisI j j j December It Costs Nothing to Join. -- 21, i9M . Yqu Can't Lose a Penny. You Have Everything to Gain. Our Christmas Savings Hub is a 'o operative plan to help one another save money for Christmas, by paying a little every week into a fund for f0 weeks when the money will lie divided among the members according to the classes they have joined. Members will receive interest at the rate of three per cent per annum provided they pay in every week or in isWRPBHBSNyMPS'""-- advance for the lull period. In case you discontinue payments, you will receive the full amount you have paid when the Club closes about December 30. when the fund will be disbursed and everybody belonging will get their money. In order to obtain the three per cent interest, payments must be promptly and fully paid. , m i" HUSTONVILLE Walter Carson was in Lexington 5 Cents Starts You, 2 Cents Starts You, 1 Cent Starts You ,J last week. Will Seal, who has been Or 50c Flat Weekly Payments Will Start You In order to obtain the 3 per cent Interest Payments Must Be Promptly fully paid. In Class ", pay oc the 1st week, 10c the '2d week, 15c the .'id week," and vo tin, and we will mail you a cj,cck two weeks before Ciiristis-- . no very low with jMicumonki, is now a great deal better and is able to sit up and take lots oi' nonriflnnent. Mrs. Allen Bums and son left Tuesdty Tor St. Louis, where they will meet Mr. Burns and from there they will go to Denver, Col. We Are Already Here With a Line of China, Cut Glass, Lamps, Silver, Aluminum and Plated Ware, Pocket and Table Cutlery. We have a big stock to select from and the prices are right. We appreciate your inspection. with interest at : pt r cent. Or in Class 'J, pay 2c the 1st week, 4c the 2d week, tic the :id week and so on. and we will mail you a check two weeks before Christmas for ,r2...")0 with interest at . per cent. 1. pay 1 the 1st week, 2 the 2d week, He the .'Id week. 4c Or in Cla the 4th week, or the ."itli week 'ie the (it, week and so on for "0 Wfi-kand 2 weeks lie fore Xnr.i.- - we will mail you a cheek for '?12.7.". with interest at '' per -- cut. for .y5:J.7"j, - PAYMENTS MUST BE MADE EVERY WEEK. OR MAY BE MADE EVERYBODY IS WELCOME TO JOIN. IN ADVANCE. --TH- Howard and Harry Camnit., oi Danville and Ryan Claxton, of Louisville, were here on a bird hunt Tuesday. Dr. p. S. Williams accompanied them. They got a lew birds, but report them very scarce. Mrs. Helen Hui'iman is able to be j out again after sceral day illness. Mr. George Miller Givens left here Monday for Mobile. Ala.., to viit In- - son, luiclicn. lie will spent the winter there. M"r. ?. L. Berry and .Mis Hot-li- e ! i J Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Ky. ; Logan were in Danville Tued-ton a chopping- - expeeditiou.. Virinl llogue and D. W. Dunn no-lore- d to Stanfoiv the first of ' tin week. SAUFLEY Mr. l" r VI.! ,...., .. ,.,.. .1.,,...- - I, J. FOX RIDGE COAL FOX RIDGE COAL, and enjoying a good hot fire, it is your fault. We have the Coal and the teams to deliver the coal anywhere you want it. The price is no higher than when the weather was hot. If you are not burning our RED-ASH Price in yard forked 13c per bushel. Price forked delivered in town 14c per bushel. We give 72 pounds Coal to the bushel. Also have other Coal lower in price. Phone us your orders. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY Rex Coal . JL3JL1r-- Black Star Black Crescent All hot, free Burners No soot, few ashes . m? " lN & If?-- -. m J k. REX COAL YARDS H. L. PERKINS, Prop., Successor to . B. Denham Don't Forget to Go to T. D. NE WLAND Opposite Court House For your Christmas Oysters. Celery and Cranberries V in Somerset last week on business. lie says that thej are doing some nice piking and road working- - in j Pulaski. MIDDLEBURG Mr. Sam Boone and. wife, of SomI S. J. Bell has completed the dam erset were here'vi-itin- g home folks across the river at the old water last week. mill and will soon be ready to serve Miss AUeue Boone, of Highland, the public. is visiting relatives at Somerset. i Miss Eli zabeth Lovell was the Jasper Black who shot and slightly wounded Frank Emberson one guest of Miss Sarah Sampson hist dav last week has fled and the offi- - Sunday. cers are unable to locate him. He isj Mr. Charlie Morris was in Somera. son of .Squire A. J. Black, and a set last week. ' native of Hatter Creek. Miss Myrtle and Mr. Richard Datigherty attended singing school A revival meeting has been iroiug f la Saturday, , on at the Methodist church here for Miss Jda Moyd was the ue.--t oi a week, conducted by the pastor, ,. r .Mrs. Grimes Sundav evemnir. , ... ;, ., . ,, a.... x. 11T i.'A v.. t"1 Mrs. .umiis anti ennuren and Jones friend, Miss Dora Mullins, of Cook-burJ. C. Coulter bought five fat hogs were visiting her sister, Mrs. of Charles Toombs at five and W. F. Dishon last week and also her cents a pound. i mother, Mrs. Jones. The tuikey trade got lively here Miss Grace Fields' school is pro- a few daj's since, and buyers paid "ressin"- - nicely. The little baby of .Air. and Mrs ' son of Floyd, is verv sick at this writing. A little George Poteet got caught in the ma Mr. John G. Baugh and wife atchinery of the gasoline mill at tended prayer meeting at Xeal's and had its ami so lacerated Creek. Mr. Ernest Floyd has returned that amputation was necessary. The from Somerset. little fellow is getting along well. Mr. C. Y. Lovell sold a nice bunch Cotton tail rabbits suffered in of hogs to T. Y. Jones of this of the scarcity of conseijueiice quail since the hunting season opened. But lew quails could be found ' and sportnien turned their attention Anderson School Honor Roll rabbits, and hundreds of them bit . to Grade 1 Walter Jufer, Kddic the dust. Abt, Mary Chappel. Peyton Denny, j McD Foale sold James Welb i August Sabel, Joseph Schaffer. An- mule colt at $75, and bought one oi :;a, Sabel, Louis Jufer, Earlson Abt iRev. K. G. Martin at 33. Mr. Fogle Grade 2 Nellie Abt, Walter Burg-ha- d a fine sow to die from eating ner, Fredie Green, Matlsrleua Sciiaf- the intestines of hogs killed the day fer, Christine Trbon, Odus Chappel. before. He paid 30 for her about a brade b Augusta, Pike, George year ago, but she had paid for her" Breinish, hula Abt, Josephine Schaffer, Frank Morheimers, Mary self several times since then. Cecil Chappel. Grade 4 Newton Walls, of Anna, Texas, is ' here shaking bads with old friend Emma Jufer. John Sabel, Bessie and relatives. He left here A4 years Green. Grade C Rosa Montag, .n- ago and this is his first visit back na Seitz. Henry Davis, teacher. home. He is a fine talker, in fact,! you think his tongue was loose at, TO THE PUBLIC both ends. He thinks Texas is the greatest country in the world, though I represent the largest and best clothing in this couhe finds some fault with the wea- ntryEd V. Price house Chicago, 111.. & Co., ther out there. He says it never rains My experience in measuring and diand when it does it never quits. Mr. recting the making of your clothes, Walls is a dved-in-twool Demo. gives me the advantage over one who not a PraCtl tailor. If you Vill T and thinks Woodrow W llson, ' give me your order 1 will oromise vou the greatest president that has ever a square deal. You will get the worth j i Geo. H. Farris Christmas at Mt. Moriah There will be a Christinas tree ind entertainment at Mt. Moriah Christian church on Christmas eve, December 24th at. 1 o'clock in tLe aiternoon. Rev. D. M. Walker ol Stan fold, yill be present and je one of the speaker:. A Kidney CHRISTMAS GIFTS i ii." .....j Remedy Advertisement -- Brought Great Happiness take pleasure in stating that 1 have u:ed Dr. Kiimer:s ciwamp-Uoo- t. hut 1 was greatly benefitted by the same and have used it in my family. 1 had a son when quite young he suffered from bladder or n, kidney affliction. 1 called in my he attended him bat did him no good. Almost fr accident I no-- 1 ticcd an advertisement about the .curative properities of Dr. Kilmer?- - j Swamp-Roo- t: 1 procured a bottle and gave it to him according to directions. It cured him of what we thought was almost impossible audi the same with others of my family. 1 have such strong faith in Swuinp-luxthat 1 have never done with out it in my family since :he won-- 1 del ful cine of my son as well a- - my- -j self. recommend it' to all who fer from kidnev or bladder trouble-- ; and 1 am led to believe that it i one of the best medicines, for titej purpose for wheh it is Used, that has : evjr ucen discovered. This is my experience from the Wishing the use of Swamp-Roo- t. promoters of this wonderful medicine a large sale to the suffering p.iblic. 1 1 j- See our new style pearl Manicure Setsjust the thing to give ycur wife or sweetheart. Prices from $5 to $12.50. -- g, Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. one-four- th '' w' '' phy-Meia- three-vear-o- ld Yos-emi- te SANTA CLAUS Mm $b z&rfk ot Store Friday, December i Tim 18th at 2:30 o'clock with ? a present for every hoy wJ uiccis MtM aiiu (iit tiiat. wwka, iiiiii there. i Will visit L. L. Sanders i &im 1 L. L. SANDERS I I Mor-I'.eim- er, December Qearance Sale! AT THE 1 am. Yours respectfully, W. H. McAFEE, Atlanta, Ga. 63 Bioyles St. Emporium, Hustonville. We are. caught with too many goods by reason of the warm weather. This is your opportunity to buy Winter Goods at HALF PRICE. up-to-date made-to-ord- er Witness, ! j E. 0. Williams, No'tarv Publie.' r- Letter to 1. ", he Dr. Kilmer & Co., Biaghamton, N. Y. J Telephone 168 Will Do For , of your money, either in the cheaper Prove What Swamo-Ro-ot lived. j You grades or the higher priced. My fall Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. and Thomas S. Byars, of Shelbyville, readywinter line of samples are now Binghampton, N. Y.. for a sample size! for your Call and State Commissioner of Motor Vehi let me show inspection. RUPLEY, bottle. It will convince anyone. You j you. H. C. will also receive a booklet of valuable cles, gave bond for .1,000 in each of The information, telling about the kidneys! PracticakTaHtr. ten counts of an indictment charg and bladder. When writing, be sure! ing forgery and misapplication of and mention the Interior Journal. 'Reg size botand ular fifty-cepublic funds. tles for sale at all drug stores. I 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. Shoes and Rubbers line of Shoes and Rubbers at reduced prices. Call and see our line Jbefore buying. MEMORIALS. nt one-doll- ar J. L Beazley & BBBBBjBBBBABBB Co No tribute is so appropriate s a monument, cut from en- J. C. M'Qary r kSj I Form- - G. M. LYONS Successor to HUGHES & MARTIN UNDERTAKER AND EMBALHER Furniture PHONE 42 Matttof, furs Exchw;t4 fsr aN Of Sttck. - Rns. Kinds STANFORD. KY I J I I suring granite. It stands unaltered, unchanged, preserving a memory through the long years. , I invite you to" see my work and designs- - before you buy a monument. BtL jftL i Harry Jacobs, Stanford. Ky. UNDERTAKER AND EMRALMEI Offfct PhsM 117. HRt Phsnt CTJ4IF0RD, KENTUCKY. X Let the I. J. do your job printing ofct THE tNTERtOR JOURNAL j I STANFORD. r.t KENTUCY. T. s TUESDAY, DECEMBER I 5, IBM. , Ji.riiu-- I'liiik J. t.r imsim-"te f ft,io. C'.- itin- .r ii..i.'.i-- ,:,k THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Stanford Has this day inaugurated a u. j I -- Pl-- sum 1'irii urcd :''. ufurtalt. .r oni: hollaus mm! f I'.itnh t'i:.t :i:it:ut i.i'" Hall Cutcrrli Cm p. "us.,- vf ami t ia nrai- if 1. .1. Ciirui-.- & tin- City uT Tulcilu. Comity ni.il 1o- -j !ij. r.inas ".ill. that ::!1 County. In- - '., wiiW . Hrm will I'Ti-r- ly tlie iijr jt m I - 1KANK Sivn-- n jw-rjic- i-, J. CHENEY. i to l frr n:i : il lliis Oth djy if Pnenilir. A. A. Inti-mall- my lS-0- Useful Presents For Everybody and the holidays are here and our store is headquarters for appropriate gifts at prices that are within reach of ail. It surely is a wise thing to make your selection early, while our stock contains such a complete assortment of suitable presents for everyone. From our store house you can select presents for the poor or the rich, for the man or woman, for ornament or service, for pennies or dollars. Select from this list, you can make it fit your purse and it will be useful. X-mas 11., . Nuti.ry Public ai.d HaH Catarrh Cr.rc 1 tatcn Hie M - l M)1 minims trts UiroLily u(-for trMiisouIbW, of the '.isii m. Crte. K. J. CHENEY &. CO.. Toledo. O. 7.V. Sold liy :.ll rnij.-i:isXaLe Hall's Family Tills fur constipation. I hral. V. CI.KASON". sur-ftci- -s SAVINGS DEPARTMENT in which it will pay three per cent intefest on deposits NEWS OF CHURCHES j j COMPOUNDED i SEMI-ANNUALL- Y One dollar ($1.00) will open an account. of Libcr- ty will preach at the Christian church in Stanford on Wednesday night at 7 o'clock. All cordially invited to hear him D. M. Walker. Mid week services at the Presbyterian church will be resumed on Wednesday evening:. Dec. 1C. Subject "The Wise Man on III Temper." A heurlv welcome to all. Rt-v- . J. Q. Montgomery, Open a Savings Account Today For Each of Your NECKTIES HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT The People's tise What Market Place Adver-Yo- u HANDKERCHIEFS A . Gentleman's licr..-t'tt::lie for a nick-- 1: a i; '. n" for a dime: a pure 'nr.'ii one fur a ijuarter; six tv . ones in a pretty Xm.is box at 75C a box. Three h.itial ie -- SOCKS Children as a Christmas Gift. The books are now ready and DIME SAVINGS BANKS will 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. rave to Sell Christmas presents at Mueller's Jewelry Store, Stanford. 01 "T i!uwei Kd. Hubbard. There is no prettier tie to be had, than we have now to show jim. Flowing ends-- , four in hands 25 & 50 C. String ties and bows at 25c each. All 50c. ties in beautiful Holly Xmas boxes. i'hoeuiv j. Ik, any coioi', one pair in a beautiful Hol- box at 50c. Hole Proof, six pair to the lnx, any color, siik and lisle, guaranteed to wear six months $I.5C per box. SUIT CASES i . and bulbs for sale. D8-3- p LADIES HOSE NOW is the time and W. H. .Mueller's is the place lor Chmt" tl maji me.-enU. fc Ub-t- Clack and tan at 10, 15 and 25c. Silk ones in Black, Tan and White at 50c. Phoenix Pure Silk, pair in Box, White, Tan an and l.lack at $1.00 ailrf X-m- as v ones in a Minis Six 75f. the box. box at plain ones in a pretty burnt wood box for 75c. Silk ones in plain white or colors at 25 & 50c. ..... Mat.ii- ..$3.50. P::;jer and c::c Straw SI.OO to Saving, Like Spending. Is a Habit PERSONAL AND SOCIAL -- DIAMOND rings, diamond diamond brooches, etc, 97tl'. Mueller's Jewelry btore 1'lCTi RE nrdav nisrhu ones, a genuine' Cow Hide $5.00, $7.50, SI 0.00 and $12.50. I.eatiu; pen-ant- s, at - GLOVES V.i-.- '. HAND !ih.-k- . BAGS tO Knl hos Friday and Sat- 1 $IG0 per pair. CAKES Men's Walking Canes :.: 2uc, 50c ant! $1.00. el $.25. .vair. Iti'M. "iocs. and l'.r. n. Si. CO. $1.50 and $2.CQ a , cnuuic $50.05. I.e..; 'ier. S2.?0 i.... Xlr' :,1,o All's. j,JC Koii'ts " nave an !:ii!.li will liM.. .i ( twistnias j. - (;:,im., the iiiMirain-- man i1lltti ,, ik wiu.iol VotTMiilov n..tliT . t ' "'" ". lM:ir ami cMlianuo m lie liosl ill,! .1i v Hnliiiiim tiii I ' o!,j,"e "'"Win Hoped while Howard Holtclaw clitor motored over Monday i af iitilkniir lobm-ca thirty- and Dcc I'S The I'.a.-- x'lub will en lend court. nail nearly ihionuh his .villi i tertain o'clock dinner. John i'. Stout, of the Danxilh ,p-- j jienny . ..... .... ... I....! Il ".'Jill i. .mikii.li. U.IS Hi .1i.....-t...- . er:i house. waA here Mmnlav Mis- - Sue Woner i ill at home on -. r,n la.st week, Jnde O. A. Hardin, lookim: after Yrel .Main street. Woodson Carpenter, who lias been the hitter- - political fences. Mrs. .1. S. Rice spt.tj J;wf week A. T. liromley, the well known in- - working at Greeii.biiru, hid. i.s at vxth h:r mother. Mrs. Garnett at confined to home with his parent.s, Mr. and Mrs. Mirance man. has t :.c 'iily. rooms, Jiore for eer::l days S. D. Carpenter. Mi's. Alii. Lytic, who has been in Jus with illness;. Mis Matfirie Arnold ir visiting Ihm wiili Ju.r 0n. Mack Air. ami Mrs. Kdward Davis are brother in Virginia. is li.r,. on a visit, to relatives. rceuivinji congratulations ujion 3hv. R. G. t'ettus ib still iU. i Mr- -. i:u-s- ..i ISiown of Lancaster. ai rival of a liandMime little ilaujjli-- 1 it... ....- - 111. I..I11- ;i.i.,i. J'.is. been .lUbtllll.,tlIIUIII several days with : 11. r at their home. Sunday morninir, si ent weather of her husband's parents, Dr. and I i "HI "I" , win t .... ...,,- (...u...rf ..... .miss i,,r, ,.ce, .iii . - :xtit.Uthitu.0 ...-.- . .. li-m- hsi..'1'is ii!:s iseen ::!! up .";() hogs that uer,, purchased at live C.i.L .Mis.-- l.i.ie Driiiht. phone v.ilh tliv grip l't.r - 'iv.l days.. enls per pound. Social Calendar 17. j.lnmr vour ('liritmas baKiir. Mrs. '. I. Kice, of Louis,il!e. is . " .a r.ll IX .,. ,. . iv. v., .I..V... black ;;nd nut cakes, a specialty. n. i He jiivio Kook Ciua t Ik. ..,,.!I ii..i, ."". PREACHERSVILLE Ali-s- . .j. ji. win meet with riht .i: Waller Oar-iii- i, of Hiistoinillo, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller visit-am- i Insure vour nronertv wih Bromlev o .ock. -- luikintr hands with v..r Jiyi-rieud ed Mr Mr.s. T. W. Xi.vh.r. Dec-- . '& Bromlev. Stanford. Kv. ladies, m 22. s-.- i.i Hi'irj- l.ri.i.-i- ..t .a X-iu- .,s UMBRELLAS .! ,i r IV. V . A a7ll.-fl.i- l JL f'.r iu an ln.v I 1 :. $i-G- a Lar. u 50c tR $3.nG. L..dies' rmbi"!':,, 31 0j tC LO.U5. M is'- - The ..l' tho hi -- (- c . '.-- .:iiii..-itiM- h j.t 1,ul? ..1 ! 1101. LY iX for Miliar decorations at II - ! ik- ll- - ' u- - " -- Xl- ! I. J- - S..I.US.-.-,- . ""..C... st-.i.- i ow. - j h.-tm-. l IIIll-lID- . "-- ioi auto tire. R"- ward in- return to J. W. Acey, Sian- - LST Ohs.in Collars' Shirts, Smoking Jackets. Caps, Hats, Overcoats and a Suit of Clothes. You can make it cost you little or much. WE ARE READY TO SERVE YOU. -- - no I BRAOEhETS. bracelet tOL..-ot- ;. u-- i:,v::ilic.r,.s:. watches, cuff button, et it -- Oki-th.Mn- too. toilet .'! ier s set.s. etc Phillips TOM PHILLIPS KX 4 Ski Pt Ii:.:.-grad- ill is. 8 FRANK PHILLIPS Vrti.t-Wi.t.....);...,- - li d 4 1 ('apt. t,r.. -- 1 1hi. AYallin. leetive and one ot the very finest Service.si Saturday night, Sunday and be.st in the business;, came up ! Times. ( and Sunday night at the Daptist Mrs. aiswell Sauficv. ,v:m is is- Fl'nH. .llltli'f lull llt- - Vniln.' iy a' 1 iiif s her iiarenf .?. .lilil"i' :mil ill's. E. church. . i short .....i ir . ,i... o. " Jirs. o ki. iiigsoy ana O. O'Rear, expects to leave next were visiting ' week for Xew York to meet her bus-- i 1:,m,,.v ol Sweeney, Ik., iMIIMVj. ..!,.. ...11 (IIII1U II. tll.ti ..it V 'te. ami .Mrs li. It. l.aird. III !,,. ".... ..li.F ..111 UllJl.i. Kev- - K- - F- - Jordan of Pineville, December 24 on the "Finland," al'-- j W. E. Jordsm and tor four months' tav abroad. After viitetl his son a short stay in New York, Lieut. family. Xaylor and Kennedy bold their Sautley and wife will come to Frank- -' ! tobacco crop of over 3,o0U pounds fort for a short visit to .Indue and OF ! Danville Friday at an average ol Mr. (J'Rcar before goinir to Peiisa-Ji "ola. Fla.. where Lieut. Saufley will' f 10.40 a hundred pounds, best lugs he stationed for the winter. Frank- - bringing .?!.". Airs. Richard Williams and chil- fort Journal. 1 (. & C. de-T- " V J. lee in this citv. - nTh??t ( orbuij : m, Z3 the Baptist ' -- OVtt LAXDiS Xiiiits Saving Club December 21. Monday, will '"'or full particulars call, phone or write to the. Lincoln County Xation-- i' t JStrndaV wsli.,.,1. - - ! ii. Here Is a List i nt Useful Presents t;iiiMren's Handkerchiefs at 3, 5 and 10c. Two Handkerchiefs in fancy box .. ! I ; Gidler Grubbs 1 Tl'ive HaniRer-iie- f -- I'relty Dox .. in Real 25C. & 50C. Tinee Handkerchiefs in Pretty Folder at 25c L 5CC. Ileal Linen Dainty EmbroidI9c. 25c & 50c ered at .. Four new colored Hem Handkerchiefs, in pretty box $1 ."sv Men's AH. Linen Hem-stitcb- ed Handkerchiefs in $1.50 leather cum Si Ladies All Linen Tlein-sfiti-h- er IlJuidkerchiefs in $1.60 leather case .cix Sheets of White Tissue Paper for .. ..- - 5c. -- Three Sheets Red or Green 5c Tissue Paper for l.all Tinsel Cord, anv Color 10c. i:,..,i,i,., r ... III.. .11 ,lll'll'-'private in the i nited States j 1 :"?0 o'clock that afternoon. Miss Mima L. Girdler. of Hu i at i and MsS- Jennie Kav of Judson i with i tonville, were united in marriage at , her friend, Mr- -. J, J. Thompson. the Hotel Edtlen in this city Fri-- 1 Mis Carrie Sprinkles of Stanford day afternoon, Dr. J. Q. A. .AIcDow-- J i visit in" her sjter, Mrs. Loi.i:. ell officiating. Mr. (irulilts is a na Thompson. live of i asoy county and came homo George Sutton sold a load of to- ' on a furlough f. a visit r io his rela-- j i jbaeco at Lancastei at nine cents. tives. Mr. and Mis. (Jrubbs leftaf-- ; j P n. Thompson bought some corn er the teremoi.y for a trip to Cin-- j ! from .John M-- i : cinnali jitter which they will return to ilustouville. Danville Advocate. YOU CAN GET THEM AT THE I. J. If you want posters. Knight Templar Inspection If yru want billheads. If you warn programs, The annual inspection ol the Ryan If you want envelopes. Commandery X. 17, K. T. will take If you want r.otehead?. place at the Masonic Hall in Danif vou want statements. ville on Tuesday afternoon and ev nin-j-, December loth. The order of "GETS-.!",- " the Red Cross will be conferred at 4:.'W o'clock P. M.. after which the I annual banquet will be served. The ! conference of the Order of the Tem ple will folow at 7::i0 P. M. Past The Only Sure Ecder of All Cents. Despci'ate, mo you, over tryinp: to Grand Commander George A. Lewis Ket rid of corns? Quit uslnpr eld will be the inspecting officer. Sir formulas under new names, bandages, and coitcn rJnprs that Knights are requested as- far as winding-tape- s make a fat little package out of your possible to appear in full uniform !..... F.-- - ,- it'll'. Cummins. Tl'.eie will be a Chri Unas trie on ...... .. ... .,,41 Aran, Christmas Lve at th Masonic Hall I Mlli.rl ..".'"-.v.., .lliklt lit' s - iiil . lwift.il tun1 ..v,,. 11. ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. ..i I -- - 1 Tobacco Prices Getting Betrtr Besworth in Race for Governor County Court Days , entry in the gubernaThe second Tobacco inr.rkeis it Dan-- iiic ot the thus Coi::v LOST Sow weighing about 200 torial stakes came hist week when Richmond and Lexington, a:e srud-nall- y CouriM are held sacii month in counties pounds or more left M.rs. D. 'E. .ProcHenry M. Bosworih, in th:- jiart of the state: becoming hatter as a tor's last week. Reward for return State Auditor Anderson. Lawrt..celHrg. 3d .Monday. of Fayette eonty. announced as a 00-- 2 l Adolph YonGruenigen. of weed get on the market. W. Ualb. Ow:nij3Vi"!i' .'tl .Ionday. candidate for the democratic nomiP. Kincaid, the local buyer, is fickParis, 1st .Monday. nation for governor. Mr. Bos-ort' uourboii. TO TRADE I want to trade lum- ,'tcnuc i'cvr good crop.-- h; re lM 111' '".s csiviK in which i ' Ho.ie. Damillc. od iiond.n. bou-J.- i ber for a horse not over seven .Ws '.'!!K1. r.rcatiiitt. lacksor. M oiitiav. that he will make the race on there. Last week he years old and a good worker. D. !:.rk. Winches -- , 'th .Monday, A. Rolihisdij : mi d . people know-i- ioiinds of J. and lets the l.ciiagt.-i- . Jd Mo:idav P.rouirhton, li. D. 1 Crab Orchard. his record, plain, uiifijuivocal language .ju- -t des at 10 ce:t.- a pound f'oa; iiOliili- iI Kltinmg. Fi'eiiiiiiKsluirg. 4:Ii Mondar. cue, ,,... son and Webb he vrr-- t Fra.ik n. rrankfori. 1st Monday. .. i.. ladies' watches, where he stands. He I:a many warm ;il .i. . . ...i GEXTS and i: ..i ii:e .v :ii'inv :iiiii m-i.- i tiarrani. Lancaster. th Alrmday. friends in this part of the si.ic etc. at and silverware clocks f Irani. Wil!ianis!on. 21 Monday, if:.-- " ley and. Edwards, ju'ar 90-tMueller's iiarris.m. Cyuthiana. 4;h Monday, 000 pounds at 10 cen!. POSTED iicnry. Newc:stic. Kt Mouduj. Jessamine. Xicholavslle. .d Mom. .y. Mrs. Frank Cordier, Will Cordier. , Pl'RK PLYMOUTH ROCK Three Lcc. l'eattyvillc, 4:11 Mouday Administrator's Notice i cocks and si- - cockerels of pure u C. ll:nilmiiin. Gottlieb Benke. J. Lincolii. Stanford. 2nd i'oiiday. Madison. Richmond. l?r Monday. Barred Plymouth lioeks for sale. S. Hocker. S. T. Harris, Jacob Gan- - j All persons havinir claims against Mason. Maysville. 1st Mouda Stan- der, Airs. Alattie Hewes. John fJ. . the est.ute of J. J. McKinnev. de- Mrs. Ed. Davis, Phone 130-Mercer. I larrodsburg. 1st Monday. 98-2- p - Frank JAiider-oSmith ceased, will present same fhe; Montgomery. Mt. Sterling, .m! Mot ford. undersicned administrator (jav. j I XOTK'E. All- - persons havinti tin .Jondav. in.v"i) by law and those indebeiedj Xichola. Lagr Masons' Meetin? Owen. Owcnton. 'th Monday. to the estate wi'I settle. WALTEIi claims against the estate of Mr. Lodge No. 60 F. m A. M., Lincoln Pendleton. Faltaorth. 1st Monilay. Kate Powell, deceased, will present ctatfd rommunicatJon or each J:r nd :hi',i i '.I'M.N.M'.l VJ .p Monday. Powell. Stanton. , them io me properly proven. Those Vordm-- cicht ot acb tneeth at " o'clock ; j Pulaski. Somerset, od Monilay. inCli: o.wl ., - ;r ....,. ;m,1....;.-.;..indebted, to the estate will please their call on .Main rtieet. Marion, it .jScott. Georgetown, .id Mond:v. L IIMIl s,,,,;,1 J1,kl,,,1 , l. (114 hers ol siMer lodges trateraslly utiH :) l , Shclbv. Shelbwille. 2d Mondav 97-- r. : is- p:si settle. C. y. ADAMS. Exor. iijj. pretest. Bank. U0-- 1 h iti-Mtio- - I n - -- - -- ! d. I Y. n, y -- ..'''i i: - . - 1 Wavne. Monticello. 4th Monilav. ROAD CLAIMS The fiscal court will meet on the 19th day of Decem ber for the purpose of allowing all turnpike clain s. Claimants will filt Iheir laiiiis with the county eien; that date. G. B. Cooper. Clerk OGtd Iiin.-'olCounty Court. n j TO STOCKHOLDERS The reuular annual meeting of the NO-TIC- iitmcv: -- 2 Drops, Corn Vanishes stockholders pf the National Bank oi Ilustouville will be held on Tuesday in January next at 10 o'clock A. M., at their banking house in Hiistonville, Ky. J. W. 98td Hocker, Cashier. ihc-secon- d LISTEN All persons having or desiring - FOR SALE. 33 acres on the Stanford and Somimproved, erset pike; five room cottage, barn necessary buildings; 2nd other FARM. Package for of ten Xmas Cards 5C. dec-orate- d Game Wardens Doing Well Due Dozen Paper 25C- - Plates for Red llollv deeorated Boxes at 5c & 10c. Ladies & Gents' Slumber Slip- pers Fancy Pictures in 10c Frames 50c. Parisian Pillow Pillow Ivorv ".. I 50c Xovelties at 25c. I 50c. Pretty Tops, Embroidered Cases, Guest Towels, Vaist Patterns, Corset Cov-;r- s, Bath Sets, Combing Jackets, Fur and Maribcau Whiffs, Tea Sets, Wash Staaids, and Dresner Scarfs, Xew Flare Collars and Col,lar and Cuff Sets. Deputy State Game Warden W. S. Hill, of Frankfort, was hej-this week with District Game Warden J. M. Bailey of Danville and J. C. Ma-ge- e of trab Orchard. Mr. Hill is assisting in prosecutions of violator, of the state game laws. He travels over the state on a motorcycle and whenever lic hears the sounds of guns, investigates whether the hunters have license or not. lie says there arc very few violations of the law in this section of the state but elsewheie conditions are not so good-MHill as loud in his praise of the work that Wardens Bailey and Magee have done in tliis section. e splendid orchard; fine lastng water. If vou want a nice little home at a bargain see J. .0. FLORENCE, 95tf Stanford, Lock box 546. NOTICE TO STOCK HOLDERS The regular annual meeting of the to place money in large or small amounts on savings will do well to advise with us before doing so elsewhere. Yours to Serve, stockholders of the Crab Orchard Ranking Company will be held on the second Tuesday in January next at 10 o'clock A. M., at their banking house in Crab Orchard, Ky. J. C. 99-tBailey,. Cashier. d. Tkk toe. U the Crip of the Happy. Cenlata Footcmity of "GETS-I- T " toe-eati- ng r. Severance & Son ''ncair at J. D. Pope, near Lancaster, shipped a ear load of mixed stock to Green & Embry at Cincinnati, there being 30 head of cattle running in weight from 600 to 1,000 pounds and that cost him three to five cents per pound ; there were also six veal calves in. the lot, ten head of shecep bought from Robinson and Gasti- JfcJ.oO per head. and about -- Quit punishing your feet by using: salves and ointments. To use knives, files, seiscors and razors, slicing and hacking at a corn, only make it srow faster and biRKer. It also brinss . danger of bleeding and blood poison. The new way. the new principle never known before in is "GETS-IT.- " It's a liquid 2 drops on a corn does the work. Pain goes, the corn begins to shrivel and out it comes! You apply stick, it in twotoseconds.and Nothing tofails. nothing hurt, it never tonight on corns, calTry "GETS-IT- " luses, warts cr bunions. "GETS-IT- " Is sold by druggists everywhere, 2sc a bottle, or cent di rect by E. Lawrence & Co.. Chicago, 6ETS-T- T is sold in Stanford at Shugnrs' Drug Store. corn-histor- y, NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS The regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the Lincoln County National Bank will be held on the second Tuesday in January next at 10 o'clock A. M"., at their banking house in Stanford, Ky. "V. M. Bright Cashier. 97td NOTICE The animal meeting by the stockholders' of the State Bank & Trust Company, of Stanford for the purpose of electing officers and directors for the year 1915 will be the second Tuesday of Jan. 1915 at 0 o'clock A. M. M. B. SALIN, Cash. State Bank & Trust Co. Stanford, Kentucky - THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD. KENTUCV. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 15, 1914. M WlHUm Viv WE MUST NOT FORGET Sliirt :ni( ni(- -r of tbcni need one 01 more. Work Sliiit- - ;il 50c ill tou :iud $1 nud $ i .50 hi wool: Dre- SliiiT- - in l':im-or white plaited :it $1 ami $1.50: d with ;i r-- r y Va 1'Yw it httiil SHIRTS men can got nioiig laun-dcic- 1'iifl- "- in l; i.-- v color- -, neat hair line- - :ml white at 50C. $1 ami Size- - 14 to 19. nre $1-5- The annual happy giving time is with us again. We custom of have drifted into a most beautiful nation-wid- e giving presents, of trying to make people happier this sacred season of the year, of making little gifts to our friends and to the poor. LETS NOT FORGET our friends whom we love and whom we want to make glad and and cheerful and above all LET'S NOT FORGET that class whom He said you have with you always. It takes so little to make one cheerful. Only to remind them they MENS TIES St rim:- -. bow.-- ami in white, Christmas Season four-in-hamU. full ilrcis black, red and all i- Approaching It - not toy earl to betrm thinkini: It draws CloSW about Chri-tm- a every day. We are preparing to meet our requirement- -, and are reeeiwntr ad" ance -- hipment- of furniture a mom; hielt yoit are -- lire to find tho-- e article- - which will appeal to you you more important pre-entntion- combination the gorireou of colors the arti-- t with dye.-- can make, at 25C, 50c Mid $1. All f0c and 1 tie.-p- ut up in pretty 469 SOCKS Here is where a young man live.-- in hi mix. A a- - the thim:- - to eleci for ome --- oE SUSPENDERS Tlii- - - a in'ft-ariy v ill arties or cle :iii( every man u.-Suspender- - for hi- - irou.-er--- o or lioth. Trois.-e- r make. We want to hear your expre ion-wbe plea-e- d to show them to vou. ill .1 dmiratiou and approval, nd -- regular and extra length- - at 25c and r0e. A Sie.'iuiif'il pair of ilk one- - in a pretty l:o. for $1. 25c ami 50C for oek Sn-eti(ler- in in "lit 1 - di- vidual pre.-ent--. boxc- niee little JEWELRY Something all young' men like and are going to have: foliar 15c Imtton- -, 5Cj Never since time began, never since the first Christmas morn have there been so many homeless, heartbroken, hungry, unhappy men, women and children in the world. Let us not give extravagantly nor sparingly, but in wisdom and love. We show many not expensive things you can give. are not forgotten, Please take your time and make your selection so you wi!! not have to exchange it at I0c. 15c and 25C in le and "25c in ilk, and the nneiialed Phoenix th0 peer of them all. in white." black, red. blue, tan. laveiidar and grey in a handy little Christmas box for 50c. Wool mix in black and grey, light, medium and heavv weight at 25C -ox pretty black pair of fancy li-- or W. A. TRIBBLE, Stanford, K entucky Attention Ladies ! We have just received from the Eastern markets about 300 Ladies', Misses' and Children's Coats; capes plain and regular black cloth coats. We will sell these coats at very low prices, as we bought them so we cculd save our customers money. Come and see these coats and you will see something new. HOSE !0c and and one tor a lifetime. Of all the article.-- we. is' sell thert. - nothing no particular about aj her i-he 25c guaranteed Oiil'l button- hosv. The toe, tlie heel, -: jtearl. one olid piece, alnio-- t nnbre.-tk- ahle at 25c and 50c. gold plated at 25c. 50c, $! and $50 in little ln.e-- : -- lick pin- at. 25c. 50c $1 ami $1.50: tie holder- - tOc. I5c and 25c. Any of the-- e will he ami eo- -t vcrv little fnl H. J. McRoberts HANDKERCHIEFS A the top. the weight and the 'i.e, but seldom tlie price. So we show a black, tan or white at 40c. The I'lioeniv and all you Know them and like to wear them put up one pair in a loely holiday !ov at 75C and $1. Cotton ho-- e at IOC, 25C and 50c- -ilk GLOVES want- - a pair. HAND e LUGGAGE Uerc. SWEATERS i and 50c work ulovc-- : Tnl'mit. the bc-- fc work ulow we ever -- aw. $1 e: $1.50 lor for Ih'cL. Ore yloe- - in ler--c hor-clud-- !0l'. 25i5 nece ary article weather, l'lain white th;-gripp- am! 25C. baclc-l;.-'c- k- at 5C, !0C, I5C and 25c: pure linen at 25c and 50C. Half dozen plain hem-titch- ed man or woman who (ravel- - carric- - a hand Kery oniethinir every it iter, Wednesday, December 23, 1914 heifer, ca-- emile- - east ot Une ami one-ha- ll at $5. $7.50. $10 ta -- pnng: some hog- -: ten Angora and pearl, handsome Mt. Salem. !v..havinvr sold mv farm 'at-and $12.50. : hall ritcrest in wheat tlrillj hand carved. at-the deed made auj must me a wagon, nearly new; A Wood mowWill, on Jan. rake: wagon and I the above named 1, 11)15, 1 place, of" ing machine: haybuggy and harness wagon harness: date and 2X9 fer .it public outcry, without re- and plows and other farming tools: serve or by-bthe following per--cn- al 200 oarrels of corn: 20.000 pound killed, j 22.1 pounds and costing; Mr. Lear FARM AND STOCK NEWS Lix river i nd were property: of hay: new six octave organ: J'K'TUKE shows Friday and SatTwo mare- - eight and nine year-ol- d, and kitchen furniture. .0.1 o per hundred: from H. B. Cox urday nights. Ed. and X. I. i'ricc, popular Yowell Sc Ead- -. West End stock five TKhWSS Sums under yjo in foal by jack: one mare '28 fat he houyht 40 head of averaging bought a car load of mixed nier.-- of (iarrnrd county, OF LAND AND PERSONALTY Year- - old: one fillv two vears old: "Vt-- that amount on a credit of 12 weight Jiog, of ariou- - parties at shout- - :ivcragiug 1"S pounds to .1. 100 pounds at ."H per hundred and one .Vyenr-ol- d horse: pair of mule- -, month- - with leunl intere-- t ;uid neH. Pope at '." per hundred. five and oiic-ha- lf rent- - a pound. J'roni S. U. Cochran he purchased As administrator of the estate of "nrht and nine year- - old. 10 hands gotiable note- -. DR JAMES WESAY. S. .Enibry, of Lanca-t- ei C. P. Brown, near hog- - at .$( eight head oi' LEY, Hustonville, Ky. R. F. D. I. S. E. Owsley, deceased, I will sell to hiuh; two pair of coming two-yeWe will offer at public auction at j old bought two hog of J. II. 28 eight-monporkers. that ed hundred. oh! mare mule- -, extra go id one- -: Henry Thoma- -. Auetioueer. Sale the Pink Cottage Farm, a mile and a the highest and best bidder at diMocker, of IIu-;die at six ecnl-- a showed the fine average of 1!K! mule colt- -: two thorough bred h..:ir! A. AL sharp. .. Center Pro.--., ea.--t Garrard ship-jer- s. half west of Stanford on thy late residence, near Hubble, in Linpounds-- , to Pn'own iV Laoii at p'M.ad. coln euunty. Ky.. on the day of pike, on exjiorled a car load of porkers cent- - ter pound. me J locker, of the Vet End. " Wednesday, December 16, 1914 t)c Compuiiv, the Tin- ,. i .. .. i. ....j;. Saturday, December 19, 1914, -- !, lo ihc --t End -- lock dealer-- . .. iir ivtti. iiiiii . i ....!i .i.: n i 'to J. E. Sadler HlUaitl Livestock J'irm, previou- - to i tiitn it tii4i sale beginning promptly at lu Voucil & Eads -- even head of i.l i:irr:irJ cnlinl . . Ii:-- Iic::i .:: !v!?i ... ,lt it II i.II,i ilk 30 o'clock A. .M., the . :.. i. ri... leceui tpiai.uumc,. in inc. jvjiieen i,Jlowiii"- livestock" e fat hoy- - at six cents per 111 A. .M.. the following per-oii- al Ilor tin- ilelav were. Ill head of hog-- 1 pound. n- e- caused by the quarantine. ;md 't.v. Twq J.lcksone) 'lhy gI.tl.u j 11. !"l'll,. im win oner lor sale -- old e.ported .J. v lfn eli, of two car load- - of 'ion-- , tojiyai- averaueu o jioumi- -, a 't- i jiiljh'inui jsic-k- . Sani.-o-n black and of the heirs-al-laof the . al-- ii ,,. -.1. .J. Allen, o the im.ll(.t- Citv on Ia.--t Wedne.-da- v. nine ler-e- v there! i'PJ'y 'am ai uie AS administrator with the will annexed of James A. Harris, de"I' said S. E. Owslev the following real - running from r,MU..yeai-ol- d place, 20 be:id of fat hoy- -. wtigh-in- u bein- S4 heavy hog- - averagimr 2.")0 J'oteh and the price.Oecre llur draft -- tal. ceased, i will on Six milk cow.-- and cahf, ami oiie"fourth to -- even cent !") lo 2"U pound at fie and :i p. .iiikU ami l.il Imlit porker- - avei Loll ; 20 lat hog.--; a nice draft mare Ajii!or-o- ri Mroyn exportel a ar and coit: a good regi-tertw( half cent- - a pound. aginir L"0 pound- - in the Jersey cow.--, one heavy woik Jior.-- e: la- -t Sixteen -- heeo beloiiiny to Mriyld ' animal- - eo- - him $0 lo.id of hoii- - from Laiica-l- er Jer.-ev.--: The larure i thiee siv brood m:ires. Jersey heifer, subject to register, -- ix mile- - from Hernnjr. who l. i. h.,, ,.ri, t per hnndred :iud the litrht one- - five .eek to L'ichmond. A'iiiriuia. the i...,. ,i ,, i... ..i.. ....it.... j r uoys :including o ioroodt sow.--. . tt rrk'via '!..j At 2 F. M. sell, at the dwelling house on the premises, at public ."x bun.-h- . I'ine- -i in number havinir -- hip Daiiviite on the pike, ani' cent- -. 1'or thi- lot. oj laj'ining iniplement-- : about horses including 1 extra good, gentle ' outcry to the highest bidder, 100 acres of land, it being part of the far- - 100 wi-i!ee:i bought from a Ilvatt-vil- lc lulled ulien hi- - flock wa- - raid- ment. the following are r'pre-:ent- a 1 aged mare mule, 1 of i odder to he fed out family hor.--e. l Lanca.-te- r, l:i- -t ed by doy the ponder on the farm. week. Some of the t:e- - btinche- - i)nrcha-e- d bv Afr. mcr. ea- -t of James A. Harris farm and that part upon which is located the old yearling mure mule. 1 oC'!us porker- - tipping the scale- - at an j Terms made known on dnv of corn planter (new); 1 mowing masheep became -- o Iriuhteued that Lear: From Alex Doty .10 he.-Harris home. they .tumped off the high cliffs into porkci- -. the heavy hoir- - averaains:! avenge of 27-- pound- -. i wile. TATE & MESSER. chine (new); 2 riding cultivators, This land is located about three miles west of Stanford, and Stanford, Ky. (new); 1 (new); 1 the lands of E. P. Woods, S. T. Harris and R. C. Hocker, and is corn cutter (new): i Studchakcr wagon (new) 1 L'o-- s euttin- - box, now in possession of S. T. Harris, who wiil be glad to show same to N"o. 10 (new) 1 five-tooany persons calling there. cultivator, several turning plow: J cash, and remainder in two This land will be sold for one-thi- rd wagons, 1 poat hole digger, 100 I will, at 10 o'clock A. M., on equal payments, due in six and twelve months from January I, 1915-anbarrels of picked corn in crib, 80 bearing interest from that date until paid, at six per cent. Monday, December 21, 1914, rods of Adrian wire fence, oO bales Full and complete possession will be given en or before Jan. 15,1915 at my home in Preachers ville, offer J of .straw, .1 shares of .stock in the Hubble Telephoue Company, 40 for the following: One extra At same time and place, I will also sell a small lot of household furgallon?, of crude oil, J00 shocks of good driving hore, not uLraid ot niture, the property of Mrs. SusanHarris, deceased. automobile, ont. fresh Jersey cow, fodder and other things too numertwo gowd weanling calves, one good ous to mention. P. M. McROBERTS, At iho .same time avid place the Col. I. M. Dunn, Auct. nullv cow. irivimr 2 1-- 2 srallons of Admr., C. T. A. of Jas. A. Harris, deceased. will be tittered for sale, .iiik per day. Will be i'resh in thejnome the farm eonsisis of about 22(1 acres -- pring: one wagon; .set of wagon harness; one rubber tire bug- of fertile hind .situated about L mile gy ami harness: 1 light spring wag Last of Hubble on the Danville and Lancaster pike. This farm is well on, good as new; two Inickboaru wuu tl handsome colonial e j nuProVt' 1 Oliver irU unciv .csHience, witii rooms Chilled turning plow, is as good as ami large hall. There are two barns new; . double shovels: lot of irnrdcn tools; grindstone; 1 Paris Green on the. farm. This farm is well wapowder gun; saddle and bridle: oiw. tered and suited for a stock farm. farm bell: I iron kettle, lot of coru There are 4 acres of growing alcrib: lot of household and kitchen falfa and 40 acre- - of wheat, if furniture including two bedroom the farm is not sold will he rented .et- -, one being practically new; one for money rent tr. the highest bidspwinu machine, set of dinimr room der. TERMS Hade known on day of chairs and otlier things too tedious sale. Any one wishing to see the to mention. Terms made known on day of sale. T. W. NAYLOH. Preneh-crsvill- e, farm can call up Y. W. Owsley. tvIk; can be found at the residence. 00-2- p Ky., B. W. GIVENS, Admr. iof S. E. OwHlfy. Net ice to Hunters. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. I We, the undersigned, agree to en- Col. I. force the law against .' W. C. Cundiff trappers on our farms. Fox lnint- - Dink Wilkinson, F. A. Land. inpr especially prohibited. All hounds THE LIBERTY LUMBER CO. on our lands roaming, trail-jin- g j found Liberty, Ky. or in the chase, will be conid-jere- d trespassers and treated ae- -' Manufactures 01 and Dealers In All kinds of rough and dressed lumcordingly. Wm."E. McAfee Nora E. Ayers, ber, moulding and casing of all ' W. P. Givens. Maurice (livens. kinds, ceiling, flooring and siding, ---Isaac SOhelby, Misses Shelby, L. all grades. Send us your orders for mill stuff ,C. Bosley, H. P. Hawkins, I. S. and framing. Prices and grades Tevis & Son,-rL. Tevis, Joe E. guaranteed. Wright, G. A. ;McRoberts. - palm-wit- li .Mocha -. 50c backkid $1 and am! SI.. I'n$!.5G. ( iii(. be- -t of i all. a '.rood looker, -- cnice.ibic. $1. 1.50 and $2 j.-. iiK-ii- pretty Chri-Jina- .box at 75c for the box: initial- - in linen at 25c, in at 25c ami 50 C. I'lain white or fancy at 25c ami 50c. hem-titch- ed in a or both. Xolliimr in all our li- -t of prc-cn- t- handsomer than ba:r or -- uii- ca-- e man and boy should have. They are warm, genteel not in the way and cheap. In i- our leather hand $5. $7-5- 0 bag?- - at an'd $10 and our -ilk -ilk grey, blue, brown and red. all sizes from a boy's to .i man's 4S at 50c, $1 $1.50, $2, $3 and $5. Buy him a Sweater; he needs it. UMBRELLAS The only thinir ou can mve that every member of the family, can e. A plain umbrella at 50c, 75c, $1, 1.50. S2, S2.50 and $5 for men: a benuti-- t ill a ortnient tor women at any pric(. from $ to $15, all kind- - of handle- -: plain, wood with sterling triiiiiuinus. old po--ib!y u-- ROBINSONS Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank. Public Salle Jer-e- y all-woo- d, giMiitr milk; one Jer-e- y lie tre-- h in -- prim;: one black half black pole, wili be fresh cov.- -. po.--es-i- oii id in-tan- tly i'ar-dcale- rs, Public Sale ioii-(ho- !d Public Sale r llu-tonvil- le, ohl JOO-pou- ar .'J.'iO-poii- nd th ou t'-ie- e JiS-3- p. Uus-tonvil- le '- , -- i .'JUO-Mu:- id . . I 4 oM-rtnn- e M- ! ... ! '- -- k i - Sale of Valuable Land Saturday, December 19, 1914, lu-n- s ent Llu-tonvi- lle, - - J w '- -' ..uo-pou- n.i - ! -ix te: I nm-'yii-me- nt. ed re-id- e- I t- - l.an-a-te- r one-qiiar(- er .(. I 1 A V. V 1I K I I --- c -- two-hor- se " ad-Joi- ns disc-harro- w Madison Tobacco Public Sale th two-hoi-.- -e d Warehouse l''e two-hor- se 1 two-hors- BALL BAND OVERSHOES will open for the reception of Tobacco, Monday, November 30th. First Sale Wednesday, December 2nd. t- - Capacity 250,000 Pounds Daily We Led the made with Snow Excluders Water cannot seep in at the side. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. Richmond Market in Prices and Pounds Last Year. We solicit your business. Free stalls for teams, splendid lights, courteous, treatment. E. C. MILLION, Pres. C H. VAUGHT, Sec. E. DEATMERIDGE, Treas. Kentucky Rooms Recently Vacated by J Perkins Will Be For Rent January 1, 1915. Dr. W. H. Hiffe'ins' L. ,i.r7tt "1 .W - ?. s. !C15t.