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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912): December 18, 1914 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1912) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton M. Saufley Stanford, KY 1914 int1914121801_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 18, 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. -- I wt L (The J Prists Maw Fam Mews aa More Farmers Tfcaa amy Ceaatry Paper im the State. Established I860 55th Year lit. 100. tended by the companies that the FIRE IN TIME NEW TELEPHONE SMELLED MANAGER. HUSTONVILLE TWO ROUTES FROM SOMERSET property of the railroad companies-waIN Seventy head of the finest meat assessed at more than its real D. Carrico Comes Here From Attorney Burch Saves Hotel value by the present board), and that County hogs ever remembered being siuugh-lerc- d Beiny Considered By Those Who Frankfort to Take Charge From Serious Conflagration the assessment against farm land-- , Want To Build Pike IN OLD in this community were slaughand city lots must be raised before wa-n- ot tered on Dec 8th, although it the assessment against the property Another .chanire in m:imiti oi' The acute olfactory powers, of very cold on that day. hut ery Dr. J I. b. looliu. ol mcr-- t. l .of the railroad companies could be County Attorney T. S. ; ail road companies and other disagreeable under foot. Lots of the one ol the good roads live wires oE liitrch, who tlie Cumberland Telephone liable to a franchise lax had increased. plant at Stanford w:ib made citizens took advantage ot the ou- -' I'lthirki CuiifiH. came to Stanford Start Auditor Who Has Helped thft t do not believe the farm lands of has :i room at alH St. Asaph hotel, tlii been inadequately asessea toi many week jIr.-- D. D. Carrico. f .porttnity aud had their hog" killed, j Monday muriiing and an;ut that saved this was probably day tfl RrinOT Ihllllt FaifPr VS.IM- - i years, and consequent!- - were not pav-- ; this state are generally assessed for- veil known hostelry from destruc- Louisville, but recently of the com- It boo"ting tor the proposed pike IV Ullllg ftUUUI 1 ail CI iniua "iiocd all day and melted thelp fair pro,,orUon o the taxes j taxation and valuation as low as onef,ng it iell. It If the value tion by flames, or t least, a serious pany's, headquarter.- at Frankfort, moit half their real tioo of Franchises of Big due the state and the counties and of of farm lands value. state should conflagration on "Vetkiesdav night.. hoinjr ent Iicre to take the place of night as fast as the large frozt. that j connecting th" capital of Puhtski and cooled Dr.. of this t Lincohi. the nicaf out with the capital cities therein. During my campaign Ir. ISurtdi was awakened some time W. T. Ilcnuloii. who will return to ah'iglK. for auditor in 1011," I pledged the peo- - be estimated by capitalizing the net 1'oohu "ay" that route" us utt- Corporaiicns Is a Candidate l!e that, if elected. I would fullv and income derived there! rom on the riiioiit midnight by the smell ot Carlisle. Mr. llei;ndon came here a by the l!nlasfei Jfe'.. I!. I Suiudler, Mstor ofthejder coii"ideKition fal'y investigate this subject and. if tasis of 6 per cent, wlncu met.iod is niokc. and nn media telv .seiisinir lew mouth" iiiro to take charge tem- - '.'aili-I- e and Ka"t Iliekmaii Daptist aiithontie-- . om- coiiiivctmg ilomnPrafiP nUHIIIIailUlL Pnr UGlllUulUllb linminatinn ". lUI employe,! to find the value of raihoad I found that the franchises of thp Umj wther that something wiis wrong. j,e rang i"'1'1'1"'1' ""'' li- - M- '''i'"pr ll:ul ';- preached to the I:inti-- t - w''th Crab an.l corporations were not fairly assessed, j property, it would be demonstrated nianagcr. Air. larrtco i" , ct " on tlieC call bell. Xisslit "ayne"buru and llteiiev witli here Sunday nnrmng;v'ih " ' : : real estate at piesent is assessed i l .. . i. as chaiiman of the board I would use that '!'" " 4i. i... .Mom; ( ooley, ojiened the door,;'" """" -- '. ' in,i ,i!:Ilti niktr. tantoiti via tiie iHiU'-lB- K my power to correct any ollkial de - at approximately the full value there- - ''Jerk .1 ON RECORD ' li !1 nuttier 1. ..11 r. 4 im!.... and a "good mixer and i jik,- - i ' "r. Dooliu brought to l'unty hnisb me iroin . tiie -on ice, .iu answer il uen, ...:n i linqueucy that had theretofoie exist- - j ". In other words, if the same-modKunr.- . i . i a.. .n j Juia McKce. of jamc" I'. Dailey. of Lincoln 'uo?, "' - i: J". 01 method of ascertaining value and found the hallwav filled with - "'" AS PUBLIC SERVANT ed in that respect. ierL. to attend the """ " fos irot .Juirriedlv on .the Pant Chief Yeach and Mamnrer i annual bazaar given bv the Soon after entering upon my official should be applied to lind the value of '.mnla'. iroiu i.otimy .nntge ri. ir. ladies'' duties as auditor I caused a careful real estate it would be shown that job of finding theJ'ire, and located ; )' rs'.v: ' Danville, came over and. t the I'rerjbvterian ot rul:i"ki. on t he - stink-- , church on last :rsier. .,.,,. examination tc be made of the repot ts leal estate is assessed at its full :. ;.. ,!... ...ti,iV nitti. dm Liuiiui v Tf inducted the new manauer into'i: Saturday. I which i" al.--o endowed by ('wnwy JI III UK vinu uiv P.. is- Full Day S Work For Full Day S ,,iade by all corporations for assess. value. The court, preliminary to !Attoriuneanwav. so HIHC here C. W. Shadonu. The Icitoc hail not named nnicn Will Xcal is abh; to be up again PaV and a SrjUare Deal In ment Prn'oses to ascertain whether Uuin;r an injunction, required these that he soon hudtf it extinguished, . iuci... u aud will be able to be out in a few i leaii" a Inllott- -: u""se """rjjorauons ni uie pasi uau vuiuiiainca iu jm LATEST WAR NEWS . Tavaiinn rOr nlCn and' rOOr i)eeu adequately again Soiiicr"i-tIy Dee, 1"J. 11H-I days. assessed for the pur- - greatly in excess of any sum they had and everything satj; and sound er- i"tidge but a low moment? longer and Fame" 1. Dailey. Sta'nlwil Germany struck, terror into the j ' , Alike In HJS Platfomi. ' Poses of findina out the truth as to j paid on in previous years. The aggreMis. Maggie lUtiulmg lett last i the actual value of this character of ate increase in the amount of taxes ion trouble would have been en- - heart of England Wednesday when! week lor ner home in Kansas City,: Uo the Democrats or Kentucky: paid by these companies in the year countered. i.Mv property in the state. Dear Fudge: Thy I'lilacM ..i , , warsliip ileet bombarded .. u Germ; itive" oL j oiiuty Ki"Cil Coin t Ini" agreed tt After due reflection I have fully de- 1012 over the year 1911 was about l had' this information carefully pre,.' three lEuglish coast . towns. For the!..ceded to hecorne a candidate for the pared, in writing, and when the time $12.",000. In the years 1913 and 1914 . ... EXPLODED j' first time in centuries iuglaml lias ; mi antl siiriottndnig counties. RED HOT ST0V appropriate a lilieial slim t apply Democratic nomination for governor ame to assess these franchises laid a like sum was collected fiom these Mi John D. Kifte, who has been on "nine county sc.it road next year. Dcen struck bv a foreign, loe. A ox this gieat state. 1 do this with a it hefore my colleagues on this boaid. companies. During the three ysars u. relatives ami Irienu" at 'J he road to get the fir"t ap:ropiriA- And Miss Ella May Saunders Had jieet of . Gemiau endsers crept , ,r . comsense of Va high responsibility full The result of the investigation 1 of my administration these four Zi inciniiati and uearb point? for a ! t;ou will be the one that gives thfc incurred, if nominated, and the obliga- made of tnis subject showed that panies have paid to the state $375,000 'through the fog to the eastern coast mwcek has returned home. Very Narrovv Escape I'i"c:il Court in lon;iiion- -. tb uo- -t tions that will rest upon me if elected. most of the small companies doing more in taxes than was paid by them and turned their gun? agahi"t the Mi"" lilanchi. Da met t is teachmi: .,. I have been a Deiuo lat all my life rusine?s in the state had pieviously during a like period of time under thp ' Dritons. ..f .. be- - i 1JlliU being the "Mmlk-s- t iuonc When day broke they . i .:,. .i. ,.i ui"s fi.ua uay oaumters, ;ne well .mit.i ?nd have never voted against a party been properly assessed; but thp 'urge administration of my immediate amount to be considered. -' , , known and popular milliner lia,l a g'v1 th bombardmeht of . three im .. My father befoie me was corporations of the state those with i predecessors. Ki minee. These suits now peml- ia We Would like ery much it' youc Hartlepool, at th j up ii. iituioii liiiiil iu iu Win niuiiifi very narrow escape from serious in- - portant town a Democrat, and I am pi dud to say great power aud political influence, ins, when decided, will determine Camp- wih witne""Cl ny .Mr. ''i"cal Court could "e their .way ! that I have 15e brother- - of the same had been grossly finally the amount of taxes these com- - jury at the Veranda Hotel, w here mouth of the Tees: Whitby, J" miles I)(j1 on Douglas avenue last week. J.lfi.i: In Ifrl't... fik litlnar !! tlf.lllr mo- -' southward and Scarborough, noted j faith, all of whom have been equally (either by design or th tough incom- - panics will have to pay annually to rhe makes her home with her . when smoke wa" discovered m the..i rMauiord or ( . rao Orchard, the .; roiui. les be - i' i ques- i Hi-- . . jiCfitkii l rii inv nil ii oil. iit:.-'!!!- . l: loyal with mjself to the Democratic leteney). On of the most tlagraut the state in the future, and the ci b. iu .i ii i4 l'"1 ' "ii .tv n. ioii"C and on investigation faith, and I now aslc that the people examples of favoritism extended by tion of the real value of this property ,w.i.,,- - w...,.;...r fsl.n uvil f nml'ii' yoiid. riaitlcpool stitleVed most. "'. if either ol iho"e road- - "ccurei- or t.iis gieat commonwealth shall r.y piedecPs?ors in office was that of will no longer be open to discussion. by the kitchen ra"ng$. when the wa- - There two battle embers and an found that the floor under the sheet! th(. large"! donation in this county, cook stoe. which was re"ting we could have an outlet from UiO It is impoitant that the question of ter box suddenly exploded, scatter- - arnioied cruiser were engaged and iron flat on the floor had entirely burnalue of these franchises should be ing piece, of red ho&hot stove about, t thi" place the greatest loss of ed out the sie of the "toc and was ierminatioii of our pike, tlicn. that judicially determined and forever set- . would put your comity on :hi ii- I'vifLli t ip 'I'lir l. ...I. .1... Ii'.. -- !1T rt.,ldr tn nu--f ; "Uiaimei irom a oon.o. n u.e I t;ed. because the belief has prevailed ii llo ., bhize. hut wa partial "laud wttli regarci ; luckie"t chance in "the world, notu otlice fixes the total number of! ipuekly elingui"lied by .Mr. Camp- in this state among all the people fo: sol- two road". ueud at llaitiepool at seven , rme years that the bin corporations of the piece struekher, though "he , . i bell. m 'z .mh, . yar"miK" Hoping you and your court win diei- - sun! civilians and the of the state were always active in wa- - fullv in range.Sand her' friendJ Mary Dee Kennedy - here X 14 ld lei" "ee your wa clear to make the; and 50 politics of the two dominant parties an. congratulatingw 'iier on her nar- - wounded at relatives and IVieiid" this .shove mentioned proi"Hii.". ... 'ji . in view of 'ii i.iii in the state, with the end i l" aimo"ia i .ni4i4nsj. row e"cape. week. I am your ie"peci fullv. being favored in the assessment of At b.iurborough where a battleship ; The annual iiaaar given by the total wreel;. . i.. 1. their franchises. With franchises of I...II...I Liic II. V. .1ASPKI? . sueiioi i!... luuii.' ctisuiiiiics tiie i . . j corporations assessed at tneir leai . ... ii. i. ..i... ... .......... adic" of I!l( I're"bvteiian chureii .. . . G. W. SIIADOAX. ......i HHPPIiMFBiiiPiiiBiK i.- i council, u ii lie .it iviiiio mu ncitii '" ''U("- - 'h. HIGH SCHOOL NEWS was well attended and ,i alue. as they should be, the corpora- ii tVuntv AUuruev. " lot- :l,m " j t.ons will be taken out ot pontics in (Dv JlartVvel! Shank-- j of nice thing o eat weie on eivihan ,iand .M(. lot nf Xlim .II11,moii and children ot litis state, as they ought to be. Miss Anne D. SlcUoberu ?MltU fll. TO EXTEND BOONE WAY a-- u , As auditor of the state for the past Clinton Coleman "have been ab-cui " l'l"-"(li- m1, weiv is.,ie. 3fU;t otthree years I have also ben a mem for two week on account of illnc"". ed. struck without warning while posed of aud all that were not soldi ber of the sinking fund commission James Maret Now Working on Exat breakfast or at work. In all the l of the state and. havinu information Doth are improving and we hope casualty li"t totals 11U, according hare been placed on exhibition lor tension of Historic Hiyhway. llli-will ri'tllrn to cluwil vrv mihii sale at the Emporium store and wdl ; gained while acting in that capacity. "Jl be U'nates. ol whom lo lhe there until alter the holidays, ri... n:..i. UtlHIUl i.:ii I...I., I am thoroughly I beliee familiar l"t 41111 c.i. t . 11114 44M1U 4(11 - are kuowii .. lhr ee so call and take a look and see what Secretarv. Jan c Maret. of the with the iiscal affairs of the state. en sessioi ol tlie titueiuau fiterarv churches were damaged. the gas is. on liand. von would li!;e to I am in favor of and. if elected, Society mil Commercial Club at .Mt. ernoii (thu ednesdas, afternoon at f :i itii x" iiK in ium- "v:i ( s :ii. i i :i i i if ' i passage of a law will advocate the . ,. .. 1:30 in the school auditorium. The .... .. cimse x,i Aullls presents. Oood mtis- - Olountain Gateway"! having , ... that will require that all state sup- public is c ordiall vv i&ied itigetting d'ooiiewavwauderecl by, .dUTerenL, one. T tu.itteud.vw, plies used at all state institutions to IU11U tiie u.t .urn nigiit. Miss U.n- ored on the map from Cumberland ,, . , , ,. . .. i c. be" purchased by the Competitive bid I The 'follow mg program ha? been ar- , . , j. ,. p,.,....,,- i" nw lul a"lVL Ul ocaiooioujji.i. . .: V'cll. u:i Gan to Crab open ranged : ding system, and that the lowest - ,,., ., the full elVects ot a shell. A number Ull i...,,,: ... ,,...,.1i evtend - tU .1 i... II. ,. III lI'IIl" 4Xik. Il'lll. llllllll bid for supplies furnished all instituReading of uuuuLi-occn.-i.i4- j .. s latter- i,,,,,,, .,,,,1 .sii,,i .i. guesis werc. wen caren, lor l.ighway "on to Chicago" via Louismai. uie tions be accepted, and I believe the 3lixed (lMartette--Mis- ses Ju.nbry cd and partly bui.ied in each of jlt the table. Cncle genFoddie was - - ville. pa?ing through the cine" state could easily save 5100,000 a year ...... I'l.U-l.l- l Mil. I.n. nvv. II... I.... 1. 1.. ...r." .. .- eral l..ll.- .111.1 lllt. , vlIarrod.-iiui- g. ..v,.v, - ....v. fl. ......... i ...i. by inaugurating such a system. :md wsi" Maniord. I'anvtiu waiter tor tie .. , 1Ioeker , in the mit after an encount- - kent , 'caped Sbelbv ville t I am in iavor of and will work for, t i:1... Lawrcnccbiirg and with coat guard vessels patroll- - hom. !lt governor, the establishment if elected Oiigm of Xlilil: Festivities Alisb er wueM :ill went ,,lllt.f i the Kali- - City: thence via Seymour of a system of taxation that will be Dettie Warren. which were well m.a..e,f wilI tneir undertaking .1 and InH:inap..li- - to the Windy City. ing the neighborhood, lair and jut to rich and poor alike, , as soon as tne pie"cnce :,. , There are good turnpike- - over the Vocal Solo- - .Mis- - Nellie W.. Hill. n.lllpl.IiIni ,,- - ..n at'd that will cause tiie listing of of the German" wa." "ignalled to vho were present. The proceeds of eutiie line from Crab Orchard to Chi- Xnui" iiccitation Miss .Nancy K. property for taxation, which other shiii" ot the Driti"h licet, McKinney. the occasion amounted to ?iril. The "''" und the epcii-- e ol improving t i.ow. because of the late of taxation of visitor" all scorned to b,. greath de- - I lu-- .' liignvvav". n. pin uieiu in prop-lightOne of the greatest victories German Song Senior Clabs. i:i many taxing districts, does not pay the name of the war is also claimed by tlie Gereondition to Recitation Miss Jean Pax ton. any taxes at all. and that will place with their visit to the Em- l'"""- Way. "ort'icial route." etc.. Violin Solo Clarcnc.. Singleton. man" on laud thi" week. The Der- - porium and promised the burden of taxation vvheie it be again 'onus, on those best able to bear it. I'ropheev "ii oiheial statement contain" the-- e lli-- t Decembei to take part in tJie Voiild not bo great. of Sophomore Class am in favor ol sum legislation, or Mi"s 1'atlvc Perkins. olleii"ive Meat time that will lie or.eiited I All concerned. thjit bavf bee !'U""iaii The word" m&iii?xiSamtmm fllHHHBaHH(HeKJUinf?'.' cf a constitutional amendment, it agaiii"l Sile"ta and Posen has been :i":illi- - Aunt .le.iiin. War Xeus I'rcscott Drown. n i.iv.-.- l ill., heaid I l'ollt are yueh plea --rd will! necessary, to put a lixed and definite I Jn the'r.ee.-isioi- i and declare their 'R proi'o-itio- ii list rumeutal,! Duct .Mi"se." Jia- - completely broken down. as well as many more. limit upon the rate of taxation in ,.,.,- i. .whole oi Poland the cneiitv was cities and counties will see to it than l:,,!,:,,,.,,, .,ii. BIBiBmBBBBMBBKBBBfoBtsZA Kentucky, a step wiiich I believe nev and Singleton. Debate Subject : Resolved that 'rced to retreat after fierce and;r:,IIUiiaii attended the teacher-- " : 'he hi .may through their dominions will cause our oiilcials to follow a polJn our Seboil Athletics Interfere stubborn frontal battles and is be- - ,'"! net ,, tm.r ,,i !.,,r,Ul,r.. i.,- -t is imtuovcl and kept in order upd pconumy and efficiency in the icy of A seiiu- - Saturday. handling of the people's funds. with Good Sclo'daiship. Aftirma- -' mg pursued everywhere. u'opei coiultion. "hn.-ilI am opposed to :he convict laho: .M,- -, The natter ha" leached that "tag official statement from F'.crlin speaks tlvc" Shirley Cover and Sam Kmbry, Lueibllankla. .Mi system and tavor the abolition of the iXegativ,. AIi""C" SaJlie .Mill" ( raig confidently of the situation in the ( vu .,.., Me r- -. v.n re it in in- - cotiiiiientiv oeciarcu Powell and HENRY M. BOSWORTH. j.reseni lomi.icc sjsihiii .inu me - a go ;ca- -t and says "Ciiuiberlaiid Oap to that the Au"triaii" Clare,), e huitle", of .laiietimi ii v. it and "Bessie iloore. fc m their judgment of my chaiacler, the Cincinnati of the competition with orGas Transportation Quartette Mi"ses Rout, Karly appear to have achieved their lii'"t !md Ilav Tanner, of iVKiuncv. weie ' lucago over liooiie Way." ho:i-,and fitness companv. The franchise of this coin- - ganized labor that is the direct result atl inells--,ncagani"t the Uus - i actual succes-e- Powell and Grimes-satnidav aftcniooii taking in ' lor ,!. o'hee. alter a critical exam iiany was assessed tor the vear 1911 of it I am in favor of the use of con -- laii" m tlie last tew day." in Zudora. Recitation Miss Rachel Hill. entcrtaiiiu.eiit ol thie aiieriioou ma t'on or m otlh-ia- l conduct, and at $:i0.S.4 and paid to the state taxes victs to produce what la needed bv ' cm -, llu-tn- ii. Galteia. Win Sestet Shanks, Perkins. Cash, mi he Stanford pike. after mailing careful iiuiuiiicb of j i.n tnat. as.scsbmeiit amounting to tne state institutions and of the purLynn- - Scott Lhov' who know tne as to mv leputa-- 1 5l."4 All the recent otlicial cotumunica- - received a severe lick on his bead Fiv For the year 1U12 the franchise hase of a farm on which they may t Matheny. Tucker and Embi'. ' open air to produce the f t!on for honestv .and fair dealinu to i of this comnanv wat? asseased Jiv the labor in the by both the allies and (be falling of a tier pole in a tobacco Rccitatioti 3li"-- Bessie "Brackctt. lions Charles Scott and Miss .Jessie all mu. and it is tor them to say i loa"id at Jl.SfiG.8So and paid foods needed in these institutions. Duet Misses Craig .and Wenren. jlhe German" referred to the allied, ham Ia- -t week and ha been coufiu-B- e Wood Lynn, were united in mnrri-jag- e v: ether 1 I am in thorough sympathy with entitled to a enntinua-- j o the state that ear the sum of ea.lcii to the house for several dav- -. "lire and come to the Litererv ' offensive from Yprcs- to the by at the Baptist tioa of that suppon aud of the con- - j ?.::?. l In taxes, and a like sum for the farmer, having been a tarnier and Soiiely if for no other reason than Consec-ueiitlyare on the Germans M. D Karly. WedneVday eveir'--' my life. I will do living: on a farm all iRev. fideace they have iu tiie past o yar ea"u Zudora. ' ni';!. The groom - sc proinineut " hoar the debate. You will be well the defensive. HS? all I can as "ovenioi- for the great accorded me. During the four years of my A "British souadron is still stand agrienltuial Interests of Kentuckv paid. Wail" acting as tieasurer of the this one company will iarnier of the uorlheru section, ot NEWS OF CHURCHES Will Wood has been snow bound in uff the coast aud lias aided the; r.Tat during the feaiful financial . paid to 'be state In taxi-- on Hs and the men and women engaged in the count v, while the bride: is the atpanic of ll'OT. I made siioi disposition ian' liise on the t u As long as the fajnier is pros- for a week. Xieuport, ' The hallowed b made attacks in the vicinty of season of our tractive daughter of IMiddleton of the fends of the state in mv caie'tln.s boaid the sum of X:'7.:::M. where- - perous pveiy other interest in the School will adjourn Thursday to J,ut nowhere ha marked progress ,;rti ;, .rc- - i ,.t Uj. j,,ow Lvnn. Doth have a ho- -t of friends !ur:n that critical time as to pre-- j as. had this board permitted the as-- sJa,e is prosperous, and all her peo next year. - ! onr -- Jadness by the carueslnessi u!, wish them much Immune"", and take up no more until been noted It mav be.."aid iieverthservp the credit or the state, without of pre'dous yeais to stand, pie shaie in disaster to them as well The Mozart Club will entertain 't."s that the attempt of the allies ttjauj Jervor of our worship, eoegratulatiou-- . in their orospeyity. or det roving the ciedil of jt would ln four years have paid the their friends Tuesday evening. Dee. the Germans out of Belgium I'oiiihiis 1J: 1L-J- 2. x Institution in the stale and Mate ffilfi If I am elected governor I will do The tafe will nav- - re t the CEDAR CREEK wStli'iut the loss of a single dollar or elved from this company on the l ran 10 innuer me goou ruau.s '.JO. There are l." members in this has definitely begun and that the i Services at . crea.w. of iti assessment the slate's funds. church Sunday. Dec JU. Sunday j . yy--, in four vears movement, and all that is possible ti club ami tneir party jpromises to results s iar reported in tire having sotn,. cold aud. . The auditor of the state, bv viitue'iloi utn of i:'S, 7iS. enoiivh to pav the secure a Hheral appropriation for the be one of th,. most enjoyable social ,ave converted the German line into i School DiW A M. Morning Woishiii weather now. . .. n. 4? 11 i .P.... "" ol his ofJoe. is chaiiman of the board j salary of state auditor fni ten years. ' schools and their continued improve- - :iunciioiis in 4I... mum. i vs. inc o.clock. The Benefit of Knowing! series ot tenaciously ueiu po - i Mr. and Mi". Ash ford Wilson visof valuation and assessment of the The total assessed value of tiiejment. supper tonight tion rather than a straight front: Come to the pie tlrnt (bid is not Surprised. Brother- - ited his mother Saturday night aud. slate of Kentucky, whici board has ttanchtse.s of all corporations in the I If the people want for governor of . and enjoy the program and the pies, many points allied wedge? OfO ' hood at ' o'clock. Young Peoples 1141 Sunday. ntnuted to it a dutv which is of stale for the taxing ear of !H was I the .state a man who will devote his Mrs. Lolla Pickett will leave Tues- - K.en driven in. Meetiug (.:!( An I'lwlfMi Life. more imp on a nee to the people of the $4S.241 647. on which the state re-- : rime aud what talents he raav have Mr and Mrs. Jesse James have, i dav night for her home in Texacoina . I .. 1. Kvenhig Worship 7 Phil. 2 Mate than any other duty connected me miili oi -- 1 moved to Frank (.olemaifs place to f. .i -. iii Jiiiireiy 10 ineij nenaie, miiioiii re- - j tHolidays iM,,1'i the AimiB The Coppatje Sale o'clock. twin that office. It Is the function Tne total assessed value of the Krd to any future political piefer- - 1 e tue conuii!' vear. or that hoard, of .which I "lave franc hlses of all corporations Jn thji.ent (for I believe there can be no Lucile Gastineau jleavc Miss At the Methodist church bi.nday, W. Coppage, w M Anderson sold a fat hoir to At the sale of F. been chairman for the past thre.p stat made by the present boaid, of Lighcr office, certainly no hijth- -r hon- - Thursday morning for her home in gQuth Hustonville on Tuesday, Sunday School will meet at !:I!0: P. G. JJttssell for $24. ysars. to value and assess far which I am chairman, for the veur cr. than toe governorship of the atate Middlesboro. by the pastor at ium.ii Dee. loth, a irood crowd was pies- - breaching Mr. Murphy Ifoynohls was tht ... il. T taxation, the franchises of all railroad IM"! af S1"L'.421.41". ,on which the' in which I whs horn and reared), then 1 ociocic. npworiu i.eaguc m guest of S. J. Pollard Saturday ,ent notwithstanding the cold day. j' companies and public service corpoia- raxes due the state amounted to i I want the nomination. There la 50 A TEXAS WONDER invnco Some of the sales made were: one "- right. tiont doing husintsu within the state. $e 12.107. On this assessment in the reason "why the officials of the atate At the Christian church Sunday. ThU character of property forms a increase of the revenues of the state ' should fall to Rive to the state the Texas Wonder'cutcs kidney and black mare, bought byb Mr. Murphy, The Mr. and Mrb. J. A. Spratt visited gravei,. considerable proportion of the total , amounted to $:'.70.X8! a year. In four j srme devotion to duty as is exacted bladder troubles, dissolves of nlI&tonviUe for $110; mare Dec. 20th. Sunday School at 9:'0 A. Mr. aid Mrs. A. 1.. Kidd Sunday. taxable property la the state and the).vears the increase in revenues of the fcy, any business corporation of Iu cures aianeies. wcjk tuu idiuc udciva. bought by S. Stephenson for $75; M.. Preaching 10:4-- A. M.. Chri"-tia- n Mit--s Klhi lfarri" is slowly imall irregularities of Endeayor Meeting at 0:0 P. proving amount of taxes these companies are I stat from thi- source will amount to employes, aad I promise the people 'rheumatism, and bladder m both men mare bought by J. B. Dinwiddie at this writing-- . and the kidnevs iequiref to pay Is dependent upon thej J .500.(100 in round numbers. not onlv to devote that time myaelt and women. Regulates blalder troubles for $25: brood sows ftJ7." and '.2M. Preaching at :lo 1'. ai. MornMr. Cyrus James had the misforof the assessment made Eater The four larsest railroad com pa-- ) to their Interests, but. so far as n children. If not sold dv your drug - CilC i.. X4I1III HI44V41414V4 ,.i. c c.u ..... ., :nr- suhieet The Cradle and tliri"t-- 1 tune to lose a fine horse. 11. against them. That Is. if the assess-K.n- r res In the state brought suit in the 'mav have the power to see that every gist, will be sent by mail on receipt ot Evenimr suhiect. "Brave Little Mi, and Mrs. Led Silcr have movof their property Is too low, fedeial court Jn Kentucky enjoinlnjr other employe in executive depart- - ?1.00. One small bottle is. two months' disc for $10 and a mower for $'50. "mas. Belgium." All are cordially invited. ed to their now hoU"0. perfect a I J. B. Dinwiddie cried the sale. Uuae corporations will not be charKed the collection of the iiureased taxes ments of the atate Kovernment docs treatment- - and seldom fails to to attend these .services. this prin-'th- e . Miss Klva Wilson was the guest same. A full day's vork for a full icure. Send for testimonials from 2926 with their full shares of the public levied on their franchises. The and other states. Dr. E. W. Hall. oipal grounds relied upon by these! day's pay will be the motto followed New Insurance Man Here of Mrs. Nannie Pollard Tuesday. Olive Street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold by Checks Croup Instantly burden. If too high, then the owners companies to maintain their suit was. , in the governor's office If I am lect druggists. (adv.) & Bromley, Bromlev insurance in substance, that the farm lands and . ed. and it will apply to all the othvr Gore. Ga.. P. A. Monrau had octhereof pay more than their fair proYou know croup is dangerous. agents of this citv, this week sold ther ral Mtate ln Kentucky wa- - not j departments over which I noay hare j to know too, the casion recently to Use n liver mediOysters For HolMays portion of the taxes of the state. the agency for the country business And you ought assessed at more than one-haof its j even the semblance of control or i"e .L t r cine and says of Foley Cathartic i.i Af,.L-.- . uku nutritious, eeon- - only ot the Continental insurance sense ot securuy II. dclielous. (it was not seriously cuii- flueuee. HENRY M. BOSWOJtTH. It was a matter of common report. ,eal Company to David Thomas, of Lnn - harinar Foley's Honey and Tar Tablets: "'They thoroughly cleansed mical feasts. Write headquarters ' and general belief among the people ; Oyster Growers & Dealers Associa- - caster, who has been engaged in the ; Compound in the house. It cuts the my systen: and I felt like a new arrange 10 JOin tany The weather bureau savs that of the state that the franchises of p hanking aad uisuraace business' thick mucus and clears away the man light and free. They are the aatjkt I Mil ItAll n4"lv ' "x lIllll41l , t;.m TtnHhnnrp. Md.. for free ccok' this i next to the oddest December .. 100-l- p there. Mr. Thomas wilt be in the phlegm, stop the strangling cough best medicine I have ever taken for T. recipes. :vr,H eiecinc lantern at V. H. on rcnW? Thirteen years a" a snip 111 ine umcoin t;ounty iaiionai book of 100 rfc;re look" after that and 4 o....: gives easy breataing ana constipation. They keep the stomach i....i., .1j.; 1: s 1 nrisiiiius navixigs rr miiks CT.:..- - im uj ix ury 1..44 ry. 1, ry fA u .. j unite hh;64ub, Kvcry user is a sweet, liver active, bowels regular.7 of the litisi"es.s, having four .ind nt:i't December morning resembled one of Club, which start" on Monday. Dee. .nop pft--p-- j 4 , friend. For sale by all druggist. xne. 100-- 1 For sale by all druggists.. counties as his territory. 01 100-- 1 'iThts. the kind experienced this week. tt HENRY BOSWORTH The Interior Journal' t Stanford, Lincoln County. Kentucky s I This Paper Stop3 Yoar Tub Is Watci tie Sate Oa LaImI Beaew Your Subscriptioa lbs Pro-apcl- ai 1 i ; December 18, 1914. Tuesdays ami Fridays RAGE FOR -- "GOVERNORSHIP KENTUCKY cor-potatio- ns Cm-iniiiiy- 1 al-jiic- te re ! to J - houicr-cliHidie- -- )ri-h:tr- d u-lv iwmm ..." W ngri-gatio- n 'M"-''"-'""'- " - " -- c.-.....- m.-it- -. -- -- I ''11 - jv. i J ' -- ! -- I I ..... -- " ! -- -- -- -- -- 1 - I under-assesse- d -- wi'--i- xj.. A il-.-?- I I ... '. 11 -- U-- -- Rs! ... itfiar IJHMk -. - -- ut J ! -"- -- Mis-among i- - 1 a. mmn 'a I n ...:... "J"'---'"- i. i. ij 1 1 . ! -- te Jl' J-- - nt tl. v 1 -- ,. IJ- -- v . 1 .III JZ e -- - "iie-.ceedt- d- - -- -- u-m- s I -- .i.,. -- -- -- i. n.. I.,,.-,!.!-!. ..... ! -- ,i On-hard- " -- II I r . iicc.-isioi- ..... " - &A X' - .j pet-wu- al , -- -- ! ed -- i de-er- ve I -- -- s I 'l -- J I c -- cmu-inatio- n ( , i- u e . .,-,- . I we-";- I ,'. I i j s - -- -- par-omi- ge , -- an-eious- iv : -- - ! i- iae assp-nmen- 1 i,n. l.'-ea- ph I l'ru-bvtcri- an I 4 l.i:j.. -- -- 1 11 .ti t- - ill .- -- -- -- -- 1 1 ! -- iar ',i , 1- -1 I ! ( 1 1 1 - f -- I 1 - 1 J ! 1 :,. 4 -- ll -- i- i J I ! lf -- v a-i- e I a1 "-"- a :.--- d i lir:"t .!'". . 4 rLLtf ? yCw, - V.- -, v, "it'V H' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD; KENTUCY. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 88, 1914 Everybody Should Join THE LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK LANDIS CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CLUB The Landis Christmas Savings Club-wa HAPPY THOUGHT. The phenomenal success of this as Tkc Interior Journal 6HELTON M. j EAL'FLEY Proprietor "AIXVAXCE SI mmeend A IEAJ6 mt 8TKICTL? IX the fHtcffie Kntrrtd ctmri malt mattr. mt Stanford m WE MUST NOT FORGET SHIRTS Pew men can get along without a Shirt and most of thm need one or more. Work Shirts at 50c in eot-tq- n and .$1 and $1.50 in wool: Dress Shirt in fancy or white plaited at $1 end POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Interior Journal is authorized to announce the following candi date for office, subject to the ' August", Democratic primary in 1915: ' Far Circuit J u rift C. .A. HARDIN, of Mercer county. CHAS. C. FOX of Boyle county. V Far ftmmflnwealth's Attarney V. PURYEAB, of; BoyteCnty. E. E. W. KEENON, of Mereer county. j 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 MENS TIES Strings, bows and in full To:r-m-han- ds, dre-s- , Hub proves it performs a. valuable service to the community. The Great Arivantafe tf the LINCOLN COUNTY NATIONAL BANK LANDIS CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CLUB $t.50; negligees with laun$1-5- Is its feature It encourages many to do what lew would aeecomphsh indi" oduaijy. It proves the ofcl utixim that in union there is lr?iigth. Meo:bers help themselves and help others at the same time Tsey are sustained in their efforts to "save by the enthusiasm el the multitude and have he advantage of system and orwhich finds the ganization kighest attainment in a successfully conducted bank. Every person in Stanford ought to join our LafltfiS it Christmas Savmfs Chik. directly benefits members and at Christmas ts ItfMttiis business for the and helps the town foor-'Jl-r and commercially. En Order te Obtain the 3 Par Cent Intemt Payments Myst Be Promptly and Fully Paid. per-.socaJ- Journal Aildrrte wirh the !) comreunk'alior.t. to The l&terioi cowstette nut u tome individual dered cuffs in fancy colors, neat hair lines and pure unite at 50c, $1 and Sizes U to 19. 0. friends and to the poor. LETS NOT FORGET our friends i No tauter .tow iirpcrtant .they ie.j uccipitd and anon incuts comauSodUOD to 'tins Interior Journal, aie igncre. Tlxj name f the Kfndrr s wanted as an errdpnee of cood faith and cot for publication. . If yam' barf eometmne yon vast to appear :n vne Interior Journal, you roust feign your cams pspt. to it. i ; j J Interior Jourr.al charge far cbjta-criereditu f ions, of ictpect and caids of fbinks. Tlie U is five cents a line. The Interior Journal has one of the larc- ett job printing estsblishaientb n central l.ritu-jtand rill be glad to figcre wifL on any kind of printing. Tfce s, ry mer-ehnn- 'Mrs. Pearl Gravitt, a Bourhen county lady, saved her inonej'" and j instead of putting it in a bank where it would have at least made her three jx-- r cent interest, kept it hidden away in an old trunk. "When ho went to get the money the other i : day, he whole a mount. $918, had been There's no need to point the moral. Three mighty good hanks are advertising in the 1. J. for the privilege of taking good' care of your livings for vou. J -5 J ! " . SUSPENDERS This is a necessary article and every man uses Suspe.nder.s for his trousers or sox or both. Trouser Susjcnders in regular and extra lengths at 25c and 50c. A beautiful pair of silk ones in aprtitty box for $1. 25c and 50c for sock disuspenders in kittle vidual boxes nice little jrsents. JEWELRY Something all young' men like and are going to haw: Collar buttons, 5Cj 10c and ISc and one for 25c, guaxjmteed a lifetime. Cuff buttons: pe.nl, one solid iieee, almost unbreakable at 25c and 50c, gold plated at 25c, 50c, $1 ;uk3 $150 in little boxes: stick pins at. 25C, 50c $1 and $1.50: tie holders IOC. 15c and 25C. Any of these wiH bp iitf ill and ost verv little GLOVES 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 are hot forgotten, 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 cangive. . white, black, red and ail the gorg:ous combinations of eolors the arti-- t with dyes can make, at 25c, 5C .nd $1. All 50c and ?1 lies put up in pretty Christmas boxes. SOCKS Here is where a yosag man lives in hi sOi. A pretty pair of fancy or black snx at ItC, 15c and 25c in lile and 25c in silk, and the unequalled Phoenix ,the peer of them juJ, in white, blaek, red, blue, ttJ), iavendar and grey in a Uandy little Christmas bos for 5fc. Wool Sox in black and grey, light, medium and heavy weight it 25C- HOSE we Of ail the arti'-lt- s ell ther,. i nothiBg she is" -- o particular about aj her bo-- e. The toe. the heel, the top, the weight and the -- ize, bat seldom the price. So we how :; blaek. tan or white silk at 40c. The all Phoenix and you know thin and like t' wear lliein put up one pair i:i .1 loxely holiday lx- - at 75c and $1. lotnn ho- tt 10c. 25c and 5Cc- -- j Please take your time and make your selection so you will net have to exchange it. BECOME An2 atid X-iw- .-. MEMBER AT ONCE vsll ha,e bi.th. doll:'! .r. A reason for a Merry 4 Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky "Corner Next ta Court House" Read llenry M. Bosworth" plat- form in his race for the democratic nomination for governor in this is- stie. Mr. Bosworth knows it pay? to use of th,, country ikiv -- paper, and :lso that a candidate oiiuhi, to If . the people know exactly whore he , tnnds on imp.ulsint question, and he is going about ihi matter in the " H. J. McRoberts HANDKERCHIEFS HAND LUGGAGE SWEATERS ' ritrbt wav. Youny Mother Dies Mr.-- Ewrybody IOC.' 25C wantft Maud Lee Luugford, a t;ed . 2b years, died f tuberculosis on Thursday, and is survived by her j husband, William L. Langford, a New Bank at London farmer, and two children, aged A iifs hank, called the Farmers' 'and three years. She was a faith- Bank has been organized at ful mem bo r oi' the Christian ehureh. State "d expressed her readiness to go. Lond:in v.ith Dr. W. II. Poyntcr were president and D. K. Brown as cash- - rnneral v...services C.l.ll.. .. held at. the I ..... Ii.k Af Dinii. !.... 'll nit- - .tllliuiliou LaUII Lii.HH i. i . ii'iurc I Tl ' ji't one o'clock Kridav. bv Kov. Green they with D, S. Reams, Scott HV Joljowed b interment in Bnffab bard, Dr. J. G.Owsley, Dr. Wv T. .Springs eenietery 3 lic and gloves: Tufnut, the best work glow we ever saw, $1 for horsehide; $1.50 for buck. Dress gloves in Jersey ;ind Astrakhan backs backs 25C, Mocha palms with astrakhan backs. 50c and $!., Dress kid $1 and $1.58. Cape, the best of tbeui all, a. good looker, serviceable, $1, 1.50 and $2 a pair, 50c work article th: grijpe weather. Plain white, hemstitched. at 5C, 10c, I5c and 25ci pure linen at 25C and 50c. Half dozen plain hemstitched in a pretty Christina box at 75c tor the box; initials in linen at. 25C, in silk at 25c and 50C. Plain white or fancy silk A neces-ar- y or woman who traels carries a baud bag or suit e.tse or both. Nothing in all our list of presents is handsomer than our leather hand bags at $5. $750 and $10 and our man Kery luciv is someaning evtry n.:m and bry should have. Thry are warm. CEteri not in the wav and 'heap. In grey, blue, brown and red. all --.izes from a boy's to a majfs 4S at 50c. $1 $1.50, $2, $3 and $5. Buy hue a at 25c and 50c. suit cases at $5. $7.50. $10 and $12.50. Sweater; be needs it. UMBRELLAS n: The only thing o:i y that r'rry give member of the iVmi'y r.n ue. A plain umbrella a.t 50c, 75c. $f. 1.50, S2, $2.50 l and $5 men: a tor women aortuient at any pric-,- . from $l to $15, all kinds of handles: om! wjth plain, gxld Herliuir triii.mimr-- . s,.I-i- d and tear!. b;.nd-o- ii piK-Mhl- 1r d. bea-iti-Iti- all-woo- '' ""'" 1 silver, hand c:rek Aitiu.v xind P. D. Seelv are directors, j i rbriuor !ius mil. tl:ut bo J seniorrrtck .T. t1i The Marshal county courthouse Cm: t 1. J. I'lif'sry ft Co., lonf in tl:o "Ity if Tiilnio. County and burned down Wedneday night and ''near Hubble was withdrawn at $i)o :iS u.v foriK:tiii. u:.l liiur sail) llrm will Circuit Clerk George Slaughter,' an acre by Administrator B. V. Uii mm vT ONK lU"XHRi:U 1HII.I.AKS fr f Cuthrrh tb:it t:ininit be burned to death. Slaughter had beeD Givens, who held a sale there Wed-- . vureil mil fury nf Hall's iv.tatrli. Curo. Iiy Ihf umI'KANK J. CHKXEY. working Jatc. and it is believed bis nesday. It is understood that the my lo Jamp eaiitea the fire. He was marri- -' place was held at $100 and will be Sworn IbU. l''fntdaymo am viilorilH, 1)..In lSr6. th ft Peocnibrr. A. A. W. itLKASOX. od two weeks ago to May Ji.n.s, a sold privately at that figure. Stock Seal. Notary I'ubllc. sweetheart 'and other offerings Solu well. The Hall'i, Catarrh Cure is tatrn iuternally and mucous surct lextreirje cold weather kept the crowd faces dlrwlly uKu lbt ltlid and testimonials, for of the ytcm. XUU bad Ofci ifltB Ai i. J. down but manv were 4i.rpsenl S R free. P. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O. Sanders later rented the farm at Sold by all Druggists. 7.V. If tou want posters. Take Hall's Family Tills for eonstlpatlon. 1,000 a year. If 30U want billheads, programs, ff vou want GREEN BRIAR Give a Useful Christmas Present if vou wan: envelcoes. If .you want noteheads. Xothing is more appropriate tlnm ' Butchering is the order of the Jf you want statements, If you want job printing of any de- a piece of Furniture, a nice rug, a day. scription done :n the very beat style ehuir. writing desk, lamp, and your 31r. Lawrence Gooch is low with and on shert notice, call at the I. J., wife would appreciate nothing better pneumonia. Office, Stanford, Ky. .than a new stove. We have the most; Ar4, i A,.;,. J K,i Leach I ... w.--, . ,,, ,. . assortments ot itselnl gilts .llwi MIIUIII. ...,.., ri,...li ...... Evert u. V.W. .. ..n.i 11J.I ' IT-TO-Dfriends j fillrtl.i, in towji lor your gi'own-u- p ., ..:., tril) to Slitn-- I and loed ones, and also soinethiug fimr;linimv on business. i 1.... !... L " u"" nul .:..!.,. luc ,lu'e Mr nn.l Mis. ViiH.il I?4.vi.oIils. of deatli. Come n and see us. Pence & i....i. ,.....i, ..:..:....i t.. p...i s: ;.,... jj.n v uBiiiru hi. j'ihi .jii.ici 1 00-1- '. ' Hill, tiu-h- ss Owsley Farm Withdrawn at $95 The farm of the late S. E. Owely tali' f Ohio. t"!v ,f T.h J", (.lira Countjr, - ; S-i- i-- Foley's BecoWatiii Mrs J. B. Warriner and daughter, Why They Mary, were callers on 3frs. E. L. Heney and Tar Qadberry one evening last week. P. A.- Efird, Conejo, Calif. beDr. A. K. Caldwell and" family are preparing to move into their new cause "it produces', the best results, residence, the Warriner Hotel. always cures severe colds, sore chest and lungs and does not con- ELLISBURG tain opiates or harmful drugs.' Dr. Dr. Oscar Dunham, of Diinnville, John .V. Taylor, Lathers ville, Git., te visited . friends here, last week, because I believe it to be an honest homo from a viit- to Kansas medicine and it satisfies , my parelathes. t tron." W. L. Cook, Xeihart, Mont. Miss Fay Peyton is visiting rela- because "it gives the best results tives in Louisville. for eontrhs and colds of anything I ! .Mr.Luell Steele is home from a sell." Every user is a friend. For -' sale by all druggists. trip to Lexington. Mr." Lclaud Minor, who is attenden-rou- CHRISTMAS GIFTS See our new style pearl Manicure Sets just the thing to give your wife or sweetheart. Prices from J $5to $12.50. Penny's Drug Store, Stanford; Ky. BUY AY Btj HHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIv rr MECHANICS POROLtfiRl AMD ALL THE FAMILY WrmKS Yew For Father and Son MAGAZINE Two and a hall million readers find it of absorbing interest. Everything in it is We sea 402,000 copies every ncr.th without KiVHiR premratns and have no tolicstors. Any sewsdtdicr w ill show you a cepy ; or write tbe pubtoJber Jor tne sample a postal will da. Cm U4eesU4H SZJSii A YCAK Ppufr 6 ISc A COPY Wo. Mechanics Mmmmzimm licWr. A., CHtCAOty NOTICE On account oi so much unnecessaAfv lii.flo .... ,t' rim,, ,..,..., 'h.,;.. ,.,,H Siv- - . W i., ry work ami expeuse mailing out ... ... aicoui.t every month, we. bae adoptweek. ,. , jirs. .ioe JicMiimins nun uaiigit-- j ed this plan: Iiy paying your sic Stanfoni. count thiec mouths m ;ia!jce n . and laiuily recently. j ter, Alaltsie are visiting relalives will stay sit the Id price, si.'Jo pc: j Misa Laura Sims returned home Somerset. Hubert Still Smiling jisiid three months in ii'orth; f'viin TliiiiviHe S!itiii'1;iv Dr. O. L May, of Danville, will be iiilviihiut if not li.i ri(l ...ii. t ii'ill ' Agent 11. C. ( urpeuler re- - , U1""1"- i i( ill iriiim' ' Mtc I." L.111 S.iii.lititi ciiiinl litn- - III iiil'.l. .,i- ...i... :..... next week i'i felnmhi " ' ports '. that a Maxwell has broken there . he smv time thai vou ,.? Datsv Sims. s , lew lavs' limit. .. another record in that Carlson da j' night with- Aliss t!tn gi't service, we will aujust icsit- Mr- - :lDti yUs- - And' Goodl ol A1" Mes,is. Woo.lson KUis and L. F.IUlx Mt. Wilson. Colorado an i :ltisraetorilv. (all and let u. bia sueut f riday niirht with Mrs. A Stele wero m Alubdeburg, first "I : knmv w,slt v 1: mm r...t ..: .0.,. ..;..,. ;v..n( , j,, b(,ron. nine miles 'l''-'Jsin( i'snuilj'- the week on business. ind one e. in 21) minute distam Manuiiry 1, IMI.k HCSTtlNVlLLL . . . .. . Al! .... Li. 1.". i.l. JiunMr.;Fviink Coppage and family, .if ; TKLKIMIUXB COMi'AKY. .(.eeoiir'. which is to' he ' nun-- ! loO-- i uisses oosoia ami uarieio At 1 will locate here, ihei ates. ssnd f)! seconds better than the cie spent Sunday attcrnoon with Hustoiiville, j first of the year. prevjens record held by a Sturz ear. Mrs. Bud Sims. GET TO THE CAUSE Tl Mr. .Stephen KHis, of Little South.! jiic ;iaxwei! is sau: to nave neon a.i Mr. (Jeorge Gaines and fainil' regular stock car, Model 25. Saturday night with Mr. and has rented the farm of 'the hi fc'j Stanford Peopfe Are Learning Mrs. Ed Lesich. Wsillacc Steele 'and will move hie The Way STVUACB SVTFTMXMSX Kve--'t BEAD TBDI spent Sunday' I'sunily here, in si few days. Gooch Mr. So many stomach sufferers have been night with Mr. A C. Muncie. There is but little peace or benefited by a simple prescription o Rev. J. W. Musters of Corbin, will DK. J. G. CARPENTER has on for the man or woman with vegetable oils which cured a Chicago begin si s ries of meetings sit the ened his office in the Lincoln Conn- - t bad back. The distress begins in druggist of chronic stomach, liver and intestinal trouble of years' standing that Christian church at King's Moun- - i ry National Bank Building, Room 21, ' esrly morning keeps up throughout we want you surely to try this remedy. tain first Sunday in January. on the right of the stairway, and the day. It's hard to get out of bed. It is known as Mayr's Wonderful StomMr. and Mrs. Levi Muncie spent will continue to practice diseases of it's torture to stoop or strsiigliten ach Remedy. One dose will convince y;ou. It usually gives wonderful re- last Saturday nisiht with Mr. and the Eye, Nose, Throat, Eai-, Genito- - Piasters and liniment nisty iviiee. lief within 24 hours even in the most Mrs. 1. E. Pavrie at Eubank. Criiiarv, Rectal and Pelvic Diseases but cannot cure if the cause is iu stubborn cases. Mayr's .Vonderful and St'.rgerv. Eves skillfully examin side the kidneys. When suffering Stomach Remedy is now sold here by WAYNESBURG NO. 2 ed sind glasses prescribed when nec- so, use Dosin's Kidney "Pills, the Peaay's Drug Store And Druggists Ev 100-tested and proven kidney remedy, 'Messrs. W. P. Warriner sind Van. essary. erywherc used in kidney troubles for over ."U Singleton were at Pleasant Point ii-e- 1 -- .;,. -- ful ing school at Columbia, will come home Fridnv for the holhhivs. Air. !in1 Airs. V H Siirnvens :iml -- Zndova. .,-:- n "'" i:i n .. v;;,t -- .r.. .... IJ " ! I . -- -. UA H.J 1 1 xi-ri- -- !.i I I ! " vOi-.-- il . - ( , "" ?''" 1 f 4- -' I CORTRIGHT . s.: rr . . : - e I 1 J s.-m- -- -- :! '. Kivc never ..o ::f:y. s..:J why ihjre needed Tuw.'v imitated. . .e-4 re-i:jl- ;.: ' i. . ; Shingle ' irr-- f i .V.r. Roofs covered i7 yesirs bgo are r;. eet you 5 ivli Tl .rcf-- - , co;: T'.r ?siJt by WILL STONE, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. f.r ih:s Btssrnp. , ! s Boots & Herbs EL.- - ' GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded according' to the Original 9c Recipes of Charlie White-Moo- n, Formulas Herbalist, for the treatment The Cw-bo- y of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. the Zx-dnsi- ve COX-CIX-SA- &, 8. Sunday. When You Have a Policy Written by Bromley & Bromley Insurance Agents I You Know That It Is Worth Face Value When Called For Payment. Fire, Life, Health and Accident, Live Stock, Bonds, 'Mrs. E. L. Gadbcrry lists returned from a two weeks' visit, to. her parents in Hardin county." Mr. Barbee Wheeler visited his pa rents last week. Mr. C. A. Smith has returned to his home at Midway. Miss Grace Smith visited her fath- - Zudora. THAT COLD YOU HAVE - Plate Glass, etc "ILft If,- - f IW tt- -t Pr All Tiw" j j may bring sickness, doctors bills and loss of work;, yon know- that serious sickness usually starts witb. a cold, and a cold only exists where weakness exists. Remember thai. Overcome the weakness and nature er last Saturday and Sunday. cures the cold that is the law of Miss Corine Florence visited Miss avoid drugged pills, Mary Warriner last Saturday night reason. Carefully syrups or stimulants;' they are only and Sunday. props and braces and whips. Mr. C. C. Geoch is .able to be out It is the pure medicinal nourishment in town auain. in Scott's Emulsion that quickly enThe children of Mr. and Mrs. L. riches the blood, strengthens the lungs G. Gooch, surprised their mother, and helps heal the air passages. with a birthday dinner the oth of And mark this well Scott's EmulDec. All had a nice time. It wart her sion generates body-hea- t as protection seventy-thir- d ia-dm- I Stanford, Kentucky. 1 1 B' birthday. against winter sickness. Get Scott's Mr. and Mrs. B. B. McLaughlin, at your drug stor It always, of Dayton, 0., have been visiting strengthens and builds up. SccU & Bowse. Bksic3dt N . J. relatives nnd friends at Wsiyncsburg. y. 14-- 51 years. Doan's Kidney Pills arc recSCIEXCX SOPX, for tha HuGreat Body-Ton-ic C5AlLIEimTEJIf!l man Ikia. Only. Ask your druggist, or write ommended by thousands for just SC UVMy SHMHH such eases. Proof of their effectiveO'ticiNAren or ness in the testimony of this Stanford CHARLIE WHITE-MOO-N I WTtMm CaCTBME MMM resident: 373IWntirwwy LwrinSt. Kntwky ttmVELAH A SCMCE NK "One of my family was troubled by dizzy spells and' weakness of the kidneys," says Mrs. J. M. Lunsford. of R. P. d! No. 4. Stanford. "He - W. C Cnndirt This Ant Five Cents Dink Wilkinson, hud backache and was very stiff r. A. lan.d. iir Jliv!- nnwT vnoc rmc r and suffered from severe pains THE LIIERTY LUMBEft CO. o.,j across his loins. Hearing of Doan's enclose five cents Liberty, Kidney Pills, he used them and wsis Chicago, I A., writing your name, and j ) iM DCMtrS IU i HIHIfaCtlires relieved from the first. He is no address clearly. You will receive in - All kind; of rough and dreissd lamlonger troubled and we are sure return a free trial package containmoulding and easing of all that- - the cure Doan's Kidney Pills ing Folev's Honey and Tar Com- - her, I pound, for coughs, colds and croup, kinds, ceiling, flooring and siding, made is permanent." gnmes. . Price o0. at all dealers. Don't roiey Jviuney mis, ana roiey Send us your orders for mill stuff Tablets. For sale by all drug- thartic simply ask for a kidney remedy and irammg. Prices and crades Doan's Kidney Pills the same gists. get guaranteed. that Mrs. Lunsford recommends. !J PICTURE shows Friday and Sat- Foster-MilbnBuf fa- Co.., Prois.,t , .. Zndorn. .y nignts. Jo. N. Y. -- Mrs. -- ,"vi, 'r -- y. ,- - rn - j00-l'.'r'r- jt THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STAN FORD; KEKTUCV: FRIDAY. DECEMBER IS. fS'4' WBKNX&XBbk I Children's Savings Accounts 1 PLEASANT POINT Severe Head Pains Caused By Catarrh Mr. Aha Murgun. agc 22 and Cured By Hemna ' Miss Khnenee Walls, ago IS. were - iuietly "united in the holy buiid olj flH miitriiiiutiy on Dee. Oth, tin Hev. J. I MHVV ' K'::JBvuftft I Feel It a Duty to -- j i Especially Solicited by I9II8 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Stanford, Ky. Mankind to Let All Know of My Cure. Peruria-- . ' .tTiei::iin:. Tin: bride the attractive daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. M. I). Yall, ami the groom is a nroniinent voiintr farmer oil Parlor drove seetion. After an ele-- ! gunt dinner at the bride home, the V. vvvsvgjjgjajjjjyM fWr&SK&Wr&EttrtffilttnKM? SS v fjTSKKUKMKtaWUffl ChSisc-eCry for Fletcher's Singleton is : Did It. 2. Mr.'W. H. Chaney, R. F.-Pittsylvania Co., Va., Sulherlin, writes: "For the naat twelve months fl have beena sufferer from catarrh of the head. Since taking- four bot- lies 01 your, reruna i ie.i nice a. omereni person aitogeiner. ine se- . .. .lna ..... tn mv hoail hava ritaan. ..y wmim "J peared, and my entire .system has been greatly strengthened. . . . m .1 -mis is mynro ie.urno.ua. curative qualities of any. patent Inedlclne. I feel it a duty to mankind to let them know of Peruna, In my estimation It Is the greatest j medicine on earth for catarrh.:' We have thousands of testimonials Some of them like Mr. Chanel's. '"were cured after years' of suffering j and disappointment In finding a ' . remedy. , t Send for free copy of "Ills of Life. The Peruna Co., Columbus, Ohio. Thoaa wha obisei to lictuld mdU eines can now procure Psruna Tab- -. lets. - The Holidays Are Suited For the Beginning of These Accounts Three Per Gent Paid on Same, Compounded Semi-Annuall- y. - ., following eouplus, Mis Groee Valls, Mr. Charles Brown," Miss Ola Brown and Mr. Eugenu Wall aeeoinpunied where a bounhem to ParUn-.drove- , tiful supper, wa spread" by 'the parents of the. groom. Those juvsen'i were Mr., and .Mr. ' K." . ffcimoN. Mr. and "Mrs. L. Sinsrletoii". I'foi.'lm I l.'oherts, Mr. Valentine Fatr.il , Mi- -,s Elsie Dislion, .(jraee Walls audi Ola. Brown, Messr. Eugene alls and iiarK's Brown. The guels were by excellent music, both! j entertained vocal and instrumental. .Their many Mi them a Ion- -, U";y and .. i I The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has feeea in use for over 30 years, bus borne the signature of aad has been made under bis per sonal suiKTvLsion since its infantry. Allow no one to deceive yon la this. arefcnk All Counterfeits, Imitations Jir.d xperiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. (ZeM : STust-as-goo- d" - )l'OSlf ... a. j ,. ih . Mr. (Sehenil Brown of Sulphur, Gkki., : ft er.au absence of two car ...;.. 'i,;.. Mr. Jnd Mr. lolls llle . ...,, goric, Drops and Southing; Syrups. 3 fc is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor oilier .Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys. Worms and' allays Feverish ncss. For more thari thirty years it in constant use for the relief of CcusCipaiiou., Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Tcethhi-f Troubles a:id Iiarrliflea. It regulates the Momah and liowf!-- ., AssisdlHtes the FoinI. givinjr healtTiy a:;tt Tia'ural rc-iThe kidrem's Panacea The 3Zother's Triced. has-been Cnntorlat CASTOR What is substitute for Castor I A is h fcarmlcM j . , if. Pare- . (". j I The Savings Accounts of Everybody Are Solicited, Rich and Poor Old and Young-Saving, Mi- !rown. Kiie - "Siiijxleion .spent Thurs- - ila'.y iiiht Avitb Mis Kthcl Hoirue. .Ha-ti- u. GENUINE CASTORS A Bears the Signature t f ALWAYS i Mr. and .Mrs. V'.-l-ev of IV t her. Cartba, 0., are with tKcir Like Spending Is a Habit- -a Habit That Always Brings Wealth Dime Savings Banks Furnished Free to Each Customer. Get One Now and .' Keep it in Your Home. Mi (irace iiibirion, Master Arthur Wearen was in Mt. Vernon Dixie Rook Club IJ.'.iWhii. Mi.s Nora Ooode, Mr. We.lneday. .r. iniu"aiice busiue WoSam Owens i tis .. .1. ( .. ami .Mr.- -. A. Xitwitlitandiiiur the zero weather :iIalhe Mi. - mid wife, Mr. ,.. l)....i-;ii.- . Social Calendar .... ujenmei - ui lii Uixie , Mrs. Vai.w ..f Kevn!! .. . .......-.."ill lli.i . .. .. iiot. Dec. 17. The lixic Rook Club M. '1nnn wee in l mcinnat. ii";,.IH,k 4.,u, ,,oil. WJJV ,( t,,t , were tl.e -- est oi" Mr.- -. Kate Coovcrt. lv- V' B,,lkt: :".,a !et.iiiiiry linitie .l Mrs. J. E. Writ: lit will meet, with Mr. J. II. Wrisrhl :ts . .Mr. .Joe renneH. j! Kaici-i- i, ...! ..Ct. IIIWWM ti.,.,.,,1.,.. OIK .,.,,.., .....l .,. "niuaini were vfsilni": .Mrs. .manoa i i . . i " i i ..... " iliiit.-H- ,.,lM ,:.iIK.J J)v ...H. ,nv. OilliUtnd. m.-- un.-ic- . i.. MX. -.tiohunij.. tf JK'". 2 J. The ladies of the ISaiiMr Arthur Ynght,tr llniyi'ii,.. wa- Warren and l"amilv. t'hri-tm- a !lv bole.-- . 'hi:i-SiuiK' of Ibe members" will bae ti-eoltls are Of'tr. Kt.st Serious V,H,,- - "",: cou-i- n. Tonv Vaimld. Mr. dVorgc Kici. of ut of town and (heir place b.iaAi" :uid exchange in the pot .J. W. Brow- n MM Complieathins Stop Possilili r'r't" (Jdhlaud, was !i,y,. "over Sunday, the gue.--1 Arllntr C v.r filled bv Stop That Counh- - Now oi'ice imiMing. t -- " ; ; - oft ' ""-- "" The ;'- -! gr !",J of ; ( "- Mi- - Anna Warren (J. 11:11. ..dam fence, i. and Dec. Ji The Stanford l):me . When you catch ("old. or ,,- Tie. ''.'; c. - , ,,in broirhi .i I.H.-Lee Walton At IhoVual V:,VV ,,'li,1"' 'X""' 3ir.--. l.oan Met 'all anl Club will give th annual t'hristmas ;i:iz;g. to rel.ittvos ,. Rock- - (orgh. the first thins" to do - to' !!'. r : t". . er -- !;!:! Loai.-vill- ei .1 hour ict'ivslnnents worep0''"'!e " ' dance a l the Slate Hank iV. Trust Maftie Lee Hubble were, in Pint tale Dr. w . r .. warniiig.. Tho-- e l''i- - week several dav winning tlio lijjrlU"t Company Hall. hiilation hae .wjp i. t i i It penetrates Ibe linings of the throat i: . It !i' -. oovert Kate 'I i: ::.li . IVnce, Mrs. :'" Mrs. Mr,. Eli.abetb Dillion i fe guesti !x""n f wwSauiley Alfred .he I,,.,.,-- . J MV!li" Gilhl.iit.l were vis.img rela- - :n') lungs and f'igliN the (Jiirnis of; jv r,. . iy Jr!. .t.s V:.'i !U. -- i riRn SLcllon and of Mr. and Mr,. X Miller in Lan.-asthe Disease, giving ipiiek relief and - :. v.i'n-ii'Dec "J The l'.acb Club will v". ; .1 by .in " :i. Morehuul Tuesdaw .mi, .j. e. ui.gnt. tor for -- eeral day. dinner. .ilb a six o'clock I) Mr. Bernard Peterson wa calling uatnra'l healing. '0nr wliole family , duty to himself to ,acii-oi- i, l ou;:ty Atlorney depend on will ' : '"- I for doing hi- - p.--. :. Dr. King- - N..w F5-Hi' Tile M..:'.art Club ' in this part a few dav recentlv. bu,i-nes- .Zudoia. in -- r: ks: :" Coughs and Cold-.- '" wa hi'n nil Mi: V, eovery is In - i on : -- ctel'.il'M home of Mrs. W. V. of wrtf eiilcitain as the Misses Luna and .lalie Brown were " fn.-fia.. ,....t:., : ' Withers. the guests of Misses Beulah and AVilliams. Hamilton, Ohio. Tt of Cold- -. at v.iuv Dri :. - ki.m.". .: Gooder Skidmore Lanea-:t.ir- , 2to. at'Ao Druggist. oiMr (i. C. N.: . t.. t .11. ..:ii.'. ' j:.gi- i i)e 111 h'ook Club will meet with nna Sprinkle- - Saturday night. bottle toil; Jiud Samuel Skidiris j., G,, Misses Bosetta and Myrtle 2 oVloek. the guest of her nub.",", Mrs. Belie Jlr.--. P. M. MeKobert at Bowen, were visiting their eou- !)-- .. more Avere united in marriage, Tuos- :ilDiue2uuk.t.c:iub. will.btj IVrkiiis.M. Wajredlled --to "ifij"-; fiig--i- e Dr. ITnnti.it: n:irso-na'.v'in ;smf,,JMi-:src- s llih' ante rKfht fjnr, " tnteruiined by all tlie uiember in '' " Boone county the middle of v the1 TanviUe, by Riiv. "F. Y. Kberhnrdl. Vuiighi of near Danville. .. tlfisl 1'YlIoV Hall at '2 o'clock. Msv.-Tar- t v.eek to preach the funeral of- an yfr Shidmyre, is a .native. rf Lincoln Proctor, Charlev Sow-- i old friend and parishioner. county and holds a. resj)onsible tiers, James and Graden Proelor, of Mr-- -. Kiltie llojijier has been the "& ('r:sent li. .J..Mi'Kob'ortf continues, eoi.fiii-c- d near Brodhead, pa-sthrough here . with the Queen gtte- -: of her son. Rev "W. If. Hop-pi to his h'.me with .. severe attack route. - The bride is a daughter of taking their tobae.ro to Danville last r ;.l Burnside this week. oi' flu grip, hi.-- many friends "regret iip Goode and is a'jnipular and at- i v eek. to know. tractive young lady. They loft for Mr. 'Roy Maston..of Cynthiana. is Be. P. L. Bnfce at t elided the., Pa hni Bea.eh, Florida, where they spending the winter with liis sister, insrallation of Uev. R. R. TellVud will remain after rvirs. Areh Sprinkles. several days, Messrs. Wilder and Harmon have :is pator of the Presbyterian church vliieh they will make their future at Richmond last Sunday. gone to Florida on a prospecting-tripin Danville. oiiie Peter Carter, who ha been uf- To the pains and tortures fi'iinu from a severe heart attack Little Ruby Brown is 'suffering earned by a. little iliinp like a. corn at his home in the country, i re- -' HELPLESS AS BABY with tonsilitis. i riciculotts, simply because it is ' onneccssary. The new-pla- n corn care. ported a nun h better. Mr. Charles Taught was calling H. C. Wrav. telephone manager i on his best girl Sunday. Uw XrrS4T' for Miss" Mabel at Danville, was hack on In- - oio who is teach- - ; AH Cn ct Yea fl'c,tHoHr, stamping ground here on telephone Dwb ia Mini Ui&bie to Wk, ing the Moore's school spent an en- - j "Hike Yoo Put m Ywr Sfcoe. business this week. ,'oyabie vi.-- it with her little pupils, j mmA Wirt Helped Her. Mrs. Russell Brown has returned , Ruth and Naney Fox. j to her home in Lancaster after a Mr. Jhon Kennedv, jf 1'reaehers- viit to Dr. and Mrs. K. .1. Brown Summit Point, V. Va. iMts. Anna ville, is visiting his brother, r F. , wiil here. Kennedy and assisting him a.-- elerl. i sufBelle Cmey, of this place, says: "1, Mis-- - Maud .Carter is expected fered for 15 years witli an awful pain in during the holiday rusli. With eista., U my right side, caused from womanly home from Cave Spring. Miss Winnie Roberts is Ibe gue.--t trouble, and doctored lots for it, but withspend Christinas with her parent? out success. 1 suffered so very much, to; ner sifter, JVlrs. I'atnek at nowen. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Carter. 1 became down in mind, Mr. Drevry, who has resigned that and as helpCounty Clerk (j. B. Cooper attend- - less as a baby. 1 was in the worst kind Ids duties as storekeeper, at thi- -, il the annual convention of the of shape. Was unable to do any wcric. pkice on account of his health, -. Serve-Stat- e I began womar's enjoying the warm ehnate of Florida, j County and Circuit Clerk of Ken- tcnic, and taking Cardui, the very "GKTS-IT.- " got relief from the first is the first one ever tucky, which was held ut tbe Seel-bae- h dose. By the time I had taken 12 botThe teachers and pupils of the j k:.tiwn Jo remove corns without fail. w pain and ivithout trouble. at Louisville this week. tles, my health was completely restored, school here ar, preparing for an err T!.S is why it is the biKest-sellin- s The . ,1. has received an unsign- i am now 48 years years old, but feel as iainmt-n- t anl Xnias tree here on the ; cf.ni in existence tmlay. It is gooc. as I did when only 16. r.cw ud by millions, because it does ed letter announcing the engageanevening of the 24th. And a Cardui certainly saved me from av y with slicUy type, with plasters ment of a popular Lincoln county uy mind, and I feel it my duty to losing other Xnias is now dawning upon shift their speak trS e:tc:i lir.s that :riil press down onto the corn. couple. Xo anonymous communica.n its favor. I wish I had some power u- -, nj:iv we all join in wishing for .:. ves Hist "raw up" the: toe., tions are ever published. Was this jver poor, suffering women, and could peace of iilj nations, instead of the with :.rli.&, that cause pressure .nake a'.d ji'.iti, with knivcy. rexors and letter authorized by the parties con- them."them know the good it would do cry War! War!! . and pullins at a. corn. cerned?" "GJ:TS-1T- s If you suffer from any of the ailments In two secOeorire D. Florence, member of the peculiar to women, it will certainly be onds. Two drops applied with the Pains in Back and Hips jrlass red do the work. Pain. coes. Republican State Central Coiniiut-- worth your while to give Cardui a trial. i Are an indication of kidney troucorn shrivels vanishes. Accept tbe Try it on eny corn, wart. tee from tlw Kitrlith dislriet. attend- It has been helping weak women for ble a warning' to build up the weano f more than 50 years, and will help you, chi:cc or bunion tonlpht. ed lie committee tutting at Luis-pill- e loo. kened kidneys, make them vigorous, GBTS-Jis sold by drUKcists The committee on Wedne.-d:ivt rywlit-rea bottle or sent diYour druggist sells it. "c Try Cardui. rid your blood of acids and poisrect by E. Lawrence & Coi Chicago. t decided to hold a olatform eonv'on- ons. Go to your druggist for Foley Write iiETS-Iis sold in Stanford. at- tjon .lfln. tju, .i,.,,,,,,.,.., l,ave takeij Advisory te: Chattancoga Medicine Co.. Ladits Dtct., Chattanooga, Term., tcr Sje.m. Kidney Pill. In 50s. and $1.00 sizes. -- l tuiirufticns en ycur case and book. "Heme irvai- - Drua Store. aetioti. re&trr.er !cr Women," in plain wrapper. W.C 1 S I Sold in your town by all druggists. mmm mmt mmm m -J- PERSONAL AND SOCIAL .. !Jmm mmmt mm " "" mmm SHELBY CITY w,e i.e now experiencing a severe cold and winter seeuis to have come to tav with us i'or ome time. r :,1"i Mi. Hugh Kobinson, D. ! ... -. ... ! : .... .. .:-... I ,,, , .- ! ,r- - t,',':": !o,-k- i "" I M tw I ii" vi.-in- 1 "i b 1 Me-danie- -" " 1 l',-rr- v :?..tj "'' .. "i '' - Mr. V.' 'C. All'ord. Mrs. Ada Sfns:letou is recovering from an atlaclc oj' Uuili(is. ' Little Mary Hello Dye - on tlic sick list. Miss Anna Bunch has returned home I'rom Hllison. where she has been lor a few weeks. Mr. and Mr. Urban "Singleton of. In Waynesbur, are spending a few THE CINTJ COWMNV M C W V OW C ITY. days with her parents. Mr. and Mr. F. P. Mitchell and daughter, Ada, scnr Sunday with iJim't forget the Baptist exchange Dejuity Internal Kevenue Colhe- Mr. and M"rs. Ji. J. Ilogite b.sild-'tItowan Saut'ley wa in ladj-'- U Mr. i harlie Dye made a biisine.-.-iri- p and baxaat' in the post. .tin: ing on. Tuesday Dec. 111'. Iieginniugl,,.,.,,, week to (iiim iSulphur Inst week. at !.:). Xut cakes a specialty, l j ... AV." W. Ilavs and Attorncv T. .1. 'ent;. m pound. Kvery thing t.Mi.d fori Hill went to London Wedne-dn- v to rour nia dinuet and ht o pret- fanr-l work for vnir irit't- -. "ne .1 111 krltpt.f .1 11 f i Itll'kAi.ll i.'IC (,;irlv i,:"1 av,,,"u hl' burg man charged with giving a cold jn- ??5r "ass? mrr i l clieek. ioi v The Kind You Have Always Bought Use For Over 30 Years (2Lfmi jTf. -. r;-r:- Dealers Wanted fcssMBE&gar - he-ii- i- AT-T.I'T- 1W-IP- - Tar-Tar-ilon.- -y - al-jea- iH i.:.'. 'i C " I Zil.M . . . ! i.r ( in .v ' .1 i - i i : . ... 'iN -- en-eri.i- i:i ! - i- g .-, -- tt :t :ii. -. .1i.e. -- -. .'.IDNfc-i- ..!. it- f- - ! - '' ?.!.!. . V- ). -- -i . .' " ll-T.- Pine-Tar-Hnn- :il y It-ose- - i( -- mi - t ., .- : - . . .:' . I -- fi", i:.l : r f..-i..- ft. - ! - - - t. t- - Ki. . :4 - . ' - tl-t.- tt- - .".;iv.i. ;. i : -- . - on ed -- I iif Srt Cffi a Cirt Evtr Kmwi -- . ! LISTEN M-CIur- -- I m$ ! I ! i- persons having or desiring to place money in large or small amounts on savings do well to advige us before doing so where. Yours to Bank & Trust Co. po-clti- en n Stanford, Kentucky f;Jt-p- ule-tllui- T' , y. T - 64-pag- e Select a Useful Present Here Tea Aprons 25c and 50c 50c to $1.50 Silk Auto Scarfs $2.00 to $10.00 Fur Muffs $3.50 to $6.50 Maribeau Muff Linen Dresser and Sideboard 50c to $3.50 Scarfs Organdie Collar and Cuff 25c to 50c Sets Bed Room Slippers, Ladies' and $1.00 GenU, aU colors Child's Bath Robe $1.25&$2.25 Bath Clippers. Ladies and Baby Blanket ... 50c and $1.00 25c Wool Toboggan Caps Infants' Sweaters 50c Boys' and Girls' Sweaters . 9Sc Indian Couch Blankets $2.00 Ladies' Winter Coats....$5 to $25 Good Alarm Clock 59c Plusfc Pillow Tops 50c Embroidered PiHow Cases, per , pair $1.00 Embroidered Waist Pattern $1 00 Embroidered Corset Cover......50c Bath Sets, 5 pieces $3.98 Package Xmas Seals 5c Children's Handkerchiefs 3c, 5c and 10c at Fancy. Handkerchiefs-iTwo Box.- -. 10c Three Handkerchiefs in Real 25c and 50c Pretty Box Handkerchiefs in Pretty Three 25c and 50c Folder at... Real Linen Dainty Embroidered 19c, 25c and 50c at n Four New Colored Hem Handkerchiefs, in Pretty Box $1.00 Six Men's All Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs in a Leather $1.50 Case Six Ladies' All Linen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs n a Leather r$1.50 Case White Tissue Paper Six Sheets of for. .te fcaSets, Three Genu' .: Z5c SEVERANCE & SON sue Paper for 5c Ball Tinsel Cord any Color 10c Package of Ten Xmas Cards for 5c One Dozen Decorated Paper Plates for 25c Red Holly Decorated Boxes at 5c and lOc Ladies' and Gents' Slumber Slippers 50c Fancy Pictures in Pretty Frames 10c and 50c 13 pieces $2.50 & $3.00 Sheets Red or Green Tis- nvjls ivimnor aoiaami 3Hi ford. Kentucky, frbpay. December is. ' 1914 v r. A A -- '- -r " SfiS'W Wk&w & Pii- - w n 1 Cur H. C. BRIGHT, President J.S. PRICE, Vice President ALLEN HIEATT, Secretary VBoarjon Poultry i ycur ( owa? Jr ' gJ-" tlis df seass eemw and nrw- vests sickness. Oa 50 bottle makes 12 eailons of mediln- At ururctst-.- . or bv mail. nnvt. paid. . Valuable poultry boclc H 'fee. Viils ; Is absolute and fjui;k Jcath to the .Tij-. oi loup. colds and other Jnt":! ous diseases. A few drops la thu Urickine water We Have Sold the Past Week 126,960 Pounds of Tobacco Over Our Breaks . ?1 ' i !!....." ''V".. ' ' - .- .' - TS".s 1 8 "XV '."AjB&Lii - BOtltteJI SZilSBY CO.. Lexbft.. Xj. s ' . FARM AND STOCK NEWS :&s!g&?&? Kvj I I3rAMa wr 0. bought two ial hg- - ol J. II. IJovUer lor li'.iiciicnn purpo-e- -. die. Spred, near llu-tov to ol'11 iV J;uU, We.--t End de.ib'i- -, Ki.he.ul ot .M-I.ug- - at six and cents a V. '. MiMiMilBiiiii fwliJrii n mi my , Biowji. of irti-iouxi- lle, O. nx k 'JOtl-pou- nd one-four- th pound of till? -- old hi- clop ol L.ti.'tO' pound- - at the Danville, W.uvliou-- e I In- -, week at -- Ml per hundred. ..'. V lfu ill. on tlu Ihadtord ilk-- , -- old to xlile pike out ol llti'-toiiAHi-ii- . JC .l.dili .1. of hiMii of :!"itl ,i.i)iiid hog- - at IV. L rfiil- - a pound. Lowell Sr Kads, stock dealer- of Vi Li.d. hoiiuht of June lloi-ke- r !! ho'i- - at head ol COL-IlI'.II- I, llii-ton-xi- ih-ei- -thm. W. II. While the. pnees'have not been entirely satisfactory, there has been a marked day. On Friday's sales all Tobaccos with any color and dry were Most of the offerings have been in active ".'defend-- , and fully.as.high as last season. nonde.scrip'-ljbpse.burnestuff. Now that we have colder weather, we look for bie improvement iin;'o(uality and price. We are ready for you, and will give each crop our individual.atflntion. The.best auctioneer in. .Kentucky. HE GETS THE PRICE, Sales every day Jecept Saturday. 'Yours for business legitimately. im-provementeyeryi x IIii-toiiM'- Danville Tobacco Warehouse Company. WALNUT STREET Incorporated DANVILLE, KENTUCKY J o:o-hal- 1 .'lOO-puii- nd KENTUCKIAN ESCAPES OPERATION School Case in Highest Court Hnstonville, of ;i The official reeoid in the con BY USING MAYR STOMACH REMEDY i "JO head bought a ear load of fat hogs of Hubble A. Kuban!- tent ea-- e of P. M. Mellobert- ' of fat -- teer.- to Monte Fox. ot Boyle various parties around Mr. Burnett Says Wonderful Treatment the country. This remedy is known Mffaint G.. L. Penny over the school .b.j a mimlictt pound- -. Ia- -t county, at and shipped theui to eitv everywhere for its icmarkable results, tm-teleetiiu in Stanford xva- - fil- -' averaged J. '.570 pound market. The beexe Saved His Life With Maxr's Wonderhil Stomach Remcdv t tla' l'"m'1 nt P1'1- ')wu they were delix'eied. Some clear' the digestive tract of mucoid ac- - cJl w,t" , Few Doses If. E. Ilorton. the Wayne-bur- tr today by Attorney G. I), j tin- - biun-cretions and poisonous matter. It brings j nn-ixra? done to purcliasmvi uoir- - in ; Horace Liurnett of Somerset, Ky., swift relief to suffeieia from ailments Florence, repre-ent- in Peniiv. Peiinv! than ouver. lia- - neen :ia when thev xxere Iiouuht le of the stomach, liver and I.oxvels. Many wns vCL.tvi bv a nu.jontv of two oil j iOO the hern part of the coiinty. was a biifferer from Stomach disora year auo, they averaged . :, declare it has saved them trom dan- tnrn., but in the u pound.- - lighter and they xxere C. M. he bought four ders for a long time. His condition be- Kcrous oPeration and manv are Mire it the face of the . eonte- -t brought by IcRobert- -. ' came highly serious and he feared an ha; saved their lixes. niM-- r. of the lime. head that axeratd -- 00 joiinds operation. We want all people who have Jttdire ITnrdin struck off a suffi-- j ounty each, at -- i. and :. quaiter cent- - a! He took Mayr's Wonderful If. I. Yoiiny:. tin- Ailair Stomach ehronie ''lent number ot the vote- - ca- -t lor ttlnach trouble or cou-ti- -1 - a popular -- tuck luix or. who pound: from L. C Greer, near .Mt. Remedy and yot swift iesiilts. In a pation. no matter of how louir Penny, a- - ha'iiir been illeual. to telling his experience he on tin 1o:iI uiarkel em-Olive he got nine thai axeiaged 200 i 'Vour treatment has certainlx heh)- - -- tandiiitr. to trx one do-- e of .Mavr' irixe . the nvictory to McTfobert- -. At AiiV. h.--40 heifers to be . . i :..n tmiiVii Mr. lieu ... uoiiueiiuiiy. ii .iwk my nun pound- - at tile ".--"mi: one imey.- - ior rennv are now talcing ontlerful Stomach Kemedv llu ii'l ';. Waniiiot: brother-- , .,.,; last myht and it broueht eood re- -' .,.. Ilorton killed and dre cd ,uhm uti.r.-.- i fr... o,.. ,.;, uu iwitit i .,' . .v. o ;f jll i im iiu i; tuvr; i. ll. I im toiixiii.-- . ii. Youim inteudid io bilii"' ...,.i .... i.......M .... .: i.;i.i...i tii..in f.isuiib I hax e one more "dose to take ihfit til ii ; iiiiii ii .iiiii them to Stanfoid market but did Whitley I'ily. MeCieary coiinlx. for md I think I xxill be well. Vour tonic Hit'tlieim? &o many ot our jieople the stnte'a hiirhc.- -t court. wonderful. 1 cm eat anxthine now have been tnkiuir with suvprisiii"" le- not do -- it on of learninu at iuark"l. that 1 xwmt to. can never net tin ouidi fcnIl- -. The mict thorough the ia- -t :iiiiitil" that im o.-k iS;!"!it rili fm V;flr .,,lcd1ic1inc- T-- cleanser ever soA. M"avr's Wonder-- I IKjti'rmiiteil here court day. . " !: Me r- - Maiininu xil! put tli" It Really Does Relieve Rheumatism 'all the doctor :ml thnv r.ut wn.,l 11 Stomach Keinetlv IS I10W SoM here by Penny's Drug Store and li"i!cr- - on ura vvervbodv xxh.. is aftlieted with '.have to Ic operated on'." and -- Untie. They 1. M. DUNN, President Slldl hlWr co'"e fro' a11 "arts of 'druggists everywhere. (U(i 7't'l liMieuuiatui in any form should by ;'X craved iio. Slo.ut"- - ' all mean- - k e a boltic pound- - each. , LANCASTER The Rook Club ha- - l.inimenc on hand. The minute you Ii. 0. Arnold, oj Stauloid ---t .Mrs. John Shackelford and littl,. i'eel pain or 'oreness in a joint or !ef"ii buyinir onie Iio- - the paThe Ifook Club au.-- entertained e. xveek, T. W. done- - ha- - been doiinr bathe it with Sloitn'- - Lini" son, of Chiei.iro, aie here to -- neiid in moi ib.li.rlit inl i..,,- - he i,. t'n." -- Inppimi out ol Stanford, and ment. Ho not rub it. Sloan".- - pene- - t feristmau, with .Mrs. Shaeklefords H. Severance at the home of Miv. r:irht to mother, .Mrs. Emma Kauffman. - have -- hipped with him tr.iti- - aliuo- -i iiunu'diai' H. J. McPoberts tilaci iseron Logan avenue eIlarri-- . Henry and,,:, bi- -i Tue.-da- v since lhe rjuarantiue. Mr. Arnold l!ie -- eat oL pain, relievincr the hot. aHemooi,. The af- bought .;: fat hou- - that averaged tender. wollen feeling, and makimr Luw-o- ii h.ive received the informa- - ternoon was an extreme winter one. - Irom F. Pi. Pice- - ll.e pail ea-- y and comfortable. (Jet Hon of the accidental death of their lm( j takes more than cold to keep "about 140 poundbottle oi Sloan's Liniment for "'" brother. Pobert Adam- -, of Maueiim. club members axvay. With the man, tor which he paid -- i cent- - a t .my .lruggi-- t and have it in the Okla. The deceased lonnerly Ihodjtion o only a i'Jxv. mo- -t all were ioiind: from Will Coxcrdie rot 17 ayrain- -t fold-- . Sore and at Pieaehersxille and met hi- - death present. All were made to iUl that hoL- '- at fix-an(I a half cent: '" ; from Ed Pallard 15 that averaged Swdlen Joint- -. Lumhauo. Sciatica by a runaway team. nie holiday season was near, hy the' !Mi.---3 aiid like aMmeiit- -. Your money back .,.. Marv Knano West until' Vm.ic. ..u..f;.. f..iu. LtlLUS tllltl ..i.. 17 pound- - at fixe and ihrcp-ijua.....i ' XX VJLlll .tll but it doe- - nive al-- rather recently a - cent-- , a pound, and si from E. .if nor nt tercf thi- - the delicious refreshnients nt lelief. P.uy a bottle to- city was united in mairiage in Kan-",- ,! .Ionian, of Stanford, that avera'- - no-- t the conclusion of the game. The day. sas City to Mr. James Lytic Roy- - substitutes of the afternoon were' ed 2S0 pounds t ix cents, and four ?ton. lhe wedding occurred at the Mrs. Arthur Hill. Mr- -. Ku-- ell home oi: the bride's eou-i- n, Mrs. Brown. Mrs. E. J. Brown and Mi-e- -lied kc!:iper uh.,m wa Jessie CooJc and rr- - P.ruce. Mc--Idames D. M. Walker, Will Sex , r- -' , .Mr- -. Ld. Price and Mi-- -; .Martha anPo alld rrs W A. Tribble won, Kaxannmih were m Richmond for the t.(l i1i!ri1PSt Sf.nrp for tbo nfrnninnii. " -i.- al-- o bought load of fat hoy- - front vaiiou- a iar i 11'um p.irt- n- at liv. aiid a half to v.-eiilix 'iU- a pound. Tbex A- - T- - Xiunielley Co., at six cents. j. .,;.((i. 3Iy'i & ;-- ? old scTc tvn;7'"S:: "is"---- Hu-tonvi- lle .Kvzur '' tr Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made his name famous all over the United States and Canada. Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. Far treatment of Human Diseases. Pursley's Indian Herbs-- 43 Days Treatment. $1.00 25c Dakota Jack's Cow boy Liniment 2Se Dakota Jack's Creme SoaD. Price 1 Oc. 3 bars ee - h out j K-t- ea. I gi-a- - - i- let-it- er h . . . . I m-a- r DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy All os sals at Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Shuyars' Dakota Jack's Home Address: Atlanta, Ga. the.-c!do- se ? - ( - ' ORIGINATOR OF PURSLEY'S INDIAN HERBS fc 1 -t- -al- e-AViiuId , -v.- -tem - - 1 JNO. S. VAN WINKLE, Secretary li-oi- - j. M. SALLEE, Assistant mii-cl- Me-dam- J 1 Ii-j- e r- - 1 til.-.!- C. re-ide- J ii.-ta- ( -lie it- n- j ! h St-- . 1 iSallexv -- ColliI . "- T i? 5- - j -; x i Mr. icob (!iaw. th(. buyer I'm 1. a:, c.i -- ter lobacco Wareliou Loui-xil- le n "eiiilx iii..rricii in M. I'lea-aftl- ... y . weddius. xx a lie'i . PTCTrT?P i, ihoxx5 Lida Stone. Mr hotel -J They are located at the Keiiuarlan i ' "" to now) i ,.!, . Eridav and Sat- - iiio-iifc- ii..ii. WAYNESBURG came home Monday . Mr. Marion Caldwell NieIiola-x-ilIe la- -t XMAS TIME And Santa Claus has a larger selection to pick from than ever before. We have I selected from all the markets the best we could find and have given him our choice to select from. MUFFLERS HOSIERY a- - lhe1 'vnm Avit1' L'etlinti 1")V- - ,Jt-- ' ' inii cuing at hi- - hand-jJl'-. -- oii-e ' "I'ong nicely and there are no new iioit on liichnioiid street at : :i elcir.int -- i. up to thi- - time. o'clock diniici to tin ea-- elb" de.icou- - of the Chri-tia- u church, Mr. Roy Singleton went to Hunt--h- e .Mr- -. h...-D.diie Piiown ha- - nceivcti ille, Teiin.. Kridav. where tnc in! Munition tlm t her nephew, accepted a position a clerk in J. I'. ' baric- - Miller, of Okla.. l'aker- .. Mr.--., Met tie Miller of Lex-- 1 n .i Miss Elsie Singleton and l!..rieit .jfi. i. iia- - neen appointed DM net Singleton visited .Ma- s- Oca Karmei Mti.ra.-x, for the State of Okl.iiii at Neal's Creek Saturdav and Sun- l ma. at a -- r.lary of a year. da v. An iiileie-tien-- ,, in the (inrraYd .Mr. J. J. Hurlcson and family joint wn that of !. F. Taylor have moved to Mi-;Sallie Oooeh'-Iioiiei- t', airain-- t the F.lectric Liuht Comjiany. iiear here. a xerdict being rendered for Taylor Mr. and Mr.--. J. S. Dumas xvere in in the -- urn ol .f'J.OdO. Taylor was lhrox',u from a wasion bv coinii ir in Wilmorc last week. Rex. J. H. Jones filled ah- - regular contact with an electric wire and ajipointment here Sunday. a broken leg. Mr. und Mi's. Denny of lia nods-burMr. Cleorge M. I'atter.-oasent Mr. and spent a few days for the L. & X. depot of this place, Mr.- -. H. II. Singleton hi a week. xva-.united in marriage at Knox-vill- c Mrs. .Vliee Goeoh and little grand- to M"r-- '. Kathivn Deaeon. of Oriffith. Ind.. the Rev. SmitliT Pr-e- son' 1JiUrett Caldwell sponl Satur- day xvith her sister, Mrs. Lafe Leach, bvterian mini-- tr ofi'ieiatihg. Miss Julia Cliff, oi' Alabama, Mr.- -. Xockic M"cfJrath is at home Mr.--. T. J. her after a vi-- it to her daughter. Mr.--. Thoina- - Adam'; at Sharp-bu- r. Mr. Mritiii Ward was called to Th8 Llver Regulates The Body Jone.-vill-e, Va.. by the sudden death' hi- - father. Mr. o. Sluggish Liver Needs Care of j h. Ward. Mr.- -. S. S. Vanti- - has returned Someone has said Unit, people xvith Jo her home in Indianapolis, after a Chronic Liver Complaint, should be vi-- it to relatives. shut, axvay from humanity, lor they Ha-ild- en Jay:.io,l ex ho- -' .: l'rid.iy nt ! Mu-kog- ee, -- m: - Sell your Tobacco at the BIG HOUSE, that is the PEOPLES, located on Perryville St., one block, from Q. & C. Depot; the house that has all the facilities to handle your Tobacco, having installed the latest automatic scale The Howe Scale Co., manufacturers. Just roll your Tobacco on this scale, it does the rest. You see it all, and with other improvements made we are in position up-to-da- te g, n, h si-t- er, ..". n- I to handle your Tobacco with the greatest care, having men of experience to look after your interest very carefully. We solicit your business for this season, assuring you a hearty Kentucky Welcome, and the highest market price for your Tobacco. Telephone numbers 50, 529, 800. ! LADIES' AND MISSES CLOAKS SHOES SUSPENDERS SUPPORTERS NECKWEAR HANDKERCHIEFS HATS CAPS " . Money For Xmas You will be -- ure to have money ijtist wjien you need it for the holi- j days it you become it member of the Lincoln County National Thinks i'Landis Christmas .Savings Club. 1 1-- 'are pessimist ! and see through a "glass darkly." Why.' P.ecau-einetal state- - depend upon physical staler Piiliousne-- s, Headaches. Dizi- ness and Constipation disappear nf- ter using Dr. King's New Life Pills. 2.ie. at your Druggist. DAILY SALES ! SHIRTS HOUSE SLIPPERS MACKINAWS RAINCOATS OVERCOATS CL0THNG TALFEK3 SCARFS UNDERSKIRTS SUIT CASES AND TRUNKS HAND Beer and Milk a A-ple-nty BAGS S3WNS AND NIGHT SHIRTS they must be fceattfcy. There is nothing better to keep them in continued good health, or to them well quickly when sick, than a few dosesmake of lor beef oroJF16?? keP. for two purposes; do aHIimMand for milk production. To n Free Stables and Free Insur- ance on Your Tobacco. Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Co. INCORPORATED ROBINSON'S JJClCC STOCK Aar tine any of my cattle get anything wrong with them I give tbc, a few doses of BeeOec STOCK MEDICINE. They soon get well. JoiftS. Carroll. MEDICINE Atoorhead, Miss. Stirs uji the Urer Drives (Hunt poteoai away. asc, aoc awl f Li DANVILLE, KENTUCKY itynriHli