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Established IMO STATE-WID- E 55th Year The Interior Journ Stanford, Lincoln County. Kentucky 406,045 Stops Whea Tear Tima 5 ia as Watch the Sate Oa Label aa4 j Seacv Tear Sabscriptiea Preaiatry. I Tiii paper Ho. 101. CRAB ORCHARD Tuesday, December 22, 1914. TOBACCO Tuesdays and Fridays REV. DELK FINED $25(3 PROHIBITION CRAB ORCHARD OFFICE UP POUNDS OF DOING A SPLENDID WORK , Jjit&Mtmu'-- ' SOLD AT PEOPLES WAREHOUSE Domestic Seience Department of Evangelist Who Preached at K. M. Gets Into Preidential Class and rot at three A. 1L Holiday, Decein- Catches It Heavy in Somerset School Has Pie Supper Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Has Big Business the Past Week and High Gooch Is Reappointed And Every Candidate For Office ar iter a long and painful) Prices Prevail. Total of Nearly a Half Millight with tliat terrible disease, Wi!i Be Aoked His Position, to the A dispatch from Soiner-- ct The pie slipper which was given Dispatches front Washington last consumption. Frank was one ol' the lion Pounds Sold While bv the Domestic Science Dcpa rt- - daily paper- - last week -- .i Gooch had Says Dr. Palmer .cry beat buy ever raised here, de week stated that Edward ment ol the btanford High School, eondut ting a serie- - of ieival meet-o- n voted to his mother, sister and bro- - ! !k'cu appointed Postmaster at Crab No Rejections Were Made Which indicate That the Growers Were last Friday evening was a siic-'iuat Science Hill. 1'ula-- k. county Lach candidate bciore the people j liiera. As Ion-- : as he was able to j Orchard. The name of Air. Gooch Well Satisfied ! program' the Ifev A. J. Dull;, a lmeluig cess in every sense. The ol tvculucKx net vear is "oiii" lo work his wages yvai-- shared by his was sent to the senate for confir which preceded the sale ot the pies j evnehst, wa- - arretted on a war-w- abe asked tht" mention "whether l,r mother and -- istor. mation, by the. president, upon rechi?, lorn County Growers. Some Splendid Averages Made By Garrard ubmis-io- u ,. rendered in a dehghtul man- - rant charging him with lieiug a pub-ne- r. ..7... .... i... ...... j ommendation of Congressman Helm i:ot he - in favor of Those who performed on the. he nuisance He was gieu a trral to a ote f the people of an amend- kind, never im:nnariug against his Mr. Gooeh has been serving as postfor state- fate and so grateful for eveiy fav- master at Crab Orchard for several P. T. Brown, of Garrard County, Gets $19.00 Per Hundred For Some piano were: Alisses bailie .Mills ; there and found guilty, fined .2?0 ment to the constitution trail;, Anna VauArsdale Craiu. 'and :;ieii a jail -- enlence of fifty wide prohibition. This was what or extended him by any one. He had months, under the civil serice law, of His Crop. This is Consi dered the Banner Week Marv Karlv, .Naucv Katherine Ale day- -. Jlt. -- erved notice of appeal, it Ke. .. X. l'almcr. .superintendent a great many friend- - who did all in us Crab Orehardhas been until of Local Markets ut n and .Marv Moore ltnue. - the fir- -t time in the ry iMimey lor Kentucky of the their power to make hi- - hist days few mouths ago, a fourth class .Mis-e- s ki county that any person htw who recited were I'ula Those here last week, when pleasant, lie did not lack for at- office. The receipts of that office League, DANVILLE BEST TOBACCO MARKET IN KENTUCKY uuder this -- tatute. Uacliel Hill and Anna K. .Mntheny. been airaigned he paid a short vi-- it to local tem- tention or any good things to eat increased to shell a degree during .Mrs. Lolla Pickett samr k'A Perfect R'ev. Delk is soon to betriu a meet- perance worker- -. Dr. l'aliuer nan aud his family wish to extend their the past year, that it became a cents Da .v." ami rceied much anidaiise. . linr at Juncth'on Citv. it is -- aid. He 4 . . 13 .. making a ipiiel tour of Kentucky gratitude to all who ministered to presidential office, and it became Last week was the banner one of i J.'W pounds at 7 .. 10 2 cents The High School Girls" Glee Llub (oiniucicu a meciim: at ivings in thi' pait of the state, his needs. Especially do they wish nece.-sar-y appointment. the season onthebreaks of the l'co - ! - - U pounds at to make the counties 'Jl-- j cents handled their numbers on the pro- Mountain a short timL. ago. 4 . . 11 Under this class office no examinapounds at to rai-- e lmid.-- for pro to thank 3lr. David Xewland and pies Tobacco Warehouse at DanKcpuMicaii prints way Thc. Somerset K. L. .Martin, of Lincoln county, gram in a very entertaining coition ot the temperance work. wife, who were uutiriui: in their ef- tion is required, the president mak- ville. The upward trend of prices the following endorsement" of RttV, and Miss Ida Judd told of the sold the following baskets: lie told friends here that Lroui fort? to help him till the very last. ing the appointment upon the recScience De- Delk: 15 2 cents growth of the Dome-ti- c of the Congressmen has been most encouraging to all i'o pounds at l:ww on a determined effort will be 3lr. George Lyne spoke beautifully ommendation "J. L. Delk wa- - tried last TJliir5- She said that the girls 14 cents partment. Congressman Helm recom- concerned. The quality of the offer l0 pounds at made 1o -- ecure a submission oL the of hi- - pa-- 1 hl'c in a short at and as JMr. 10 4 cents! show irreat intere-- t in thi- - work 'ay on thc charge of being- - a publie &t ate-wiGooch. 'his appointment ing have been Letter and the prices 2'U pounds at question. If submitted to the home where hi friend.-- and mended i that the patrons and nuisance and pleaded guilty" to tfea 17 2 cents and vote ot lhe people, the most relatives gathered to take a last Aas pioniptly made. Mr. Gooch has higher, so all combined the indica- - ;;Sf pounds at and wa- - fined .?2.V and in Kur look .it hi-- - remain-- . 3:53 pounds at. 13 4 cents friend- - of the school vi.--it the class! charge making a good record as post-mast- ei t:ons are most encouraging. . camjiaiuu ever seen lie was buried been jEnst End and his in cooking. The young Indies fur-- j fifty day- - in jail. Thi- - - the third The feoples House near the Cmeen i"i pounds at .; m the $3.20:j tucky will be waged to carry it. The ii Cemetery Hill and the terribly t lime he ha- - been fined for bad cc Crescent forty pie- - which they Uailway has been the. leader- - appreciate the cold weather prevented many from friends are pleased at his t iiii-.Devine - Taylor, of Mercer couu" -- iiicc -. Mr. Win Sev- lie ha- - been iu Pulaski pared at their home.of great activity the past' ty, sold the following baskets: fact :h:it the liquor interest's will altcudiuir. To the bereaved mother, week. There were sold oer the i 130 pounds at 11 cents era nee wa- - the auctioneer and did county, lie has ap(calcd all of tlieia Ic.ue no -- tone unturned to defeat sister and brother-- , we extend our way by to the circuit couit. Delk calls him10 cents hi- - part in a most plea-iu- g HURT IN BAD RUNAWAY They will seek to deepe-- t sympathy, with the hope that breaks a total of 40(i,043 pounds. 140 pounds at ilic propo-itio12 cents; first quoting from James Whit- - self a traveliug evangelist: he came 2 without any rejections. The Peo" 170 pounds at picenl il- - subini ion to a vote ot' -- owe day they will again meet Frank pie.- - llou.-- e has made a splendid ree- -. 173 pounds at : ntl if it is submitted by Chief Operator of Local 11 4 cents comb Uiley on '"Pie"' and then drop" here last June aud stayed through Phone the people. in a world where siekne-- s cannot 12 4 cents pintr in bits of humor between the tile summer ar.d went to Science the legislature, will then go to work enter. old, and the officers of establish-- 1 103 pound- - at Exchange Badly Injured j 213 So secure it- - adoption by the peo12 4 cents sale of each pie. Th( best bidder Hill where he - -- till holding forth. ment and the sellers alike are high- pounds Jit Mr- -. Katherine Dunn sitting up something ple. 13 cents saw as much as one dollar and fif- The wife that tc A dispatch fioui Williamsburg to ly elated. The hist sale prior to ihe'JOO pounds at and very much improved. - ago in Tenne ee was n LeaIncidentally the holidays takes place today. Decern- - 323 Hounds at 33 2 cents ty cents in a single pie. The total like ten yearMr. TjoI;ert While and wift. ire the Louisville Herald last Thursagain- -t him. but he ly gue propo-c- .to make a reque- -t of ber 22 and the first sale after the-2(11 cents amount realized from the sale was here to pounds at day luid this dispatch of interest both about well again. 7 4 cents .$28.30. which - to be used for the decided not lo go into trial. What he holiday will be held on Tuesday. 120 pounds at candidate f"r office, no matI.:-- Our weet li: lie friend. .Ma ml here, where the young lady mentionbeen fined for in each c.i-- fc was -, in the department. December 20th. Eli Bourne, of Garrard county. supplies ter to what party he belong.- to ha- - been acting as Chief Opera- luu- - bceui suffering for ed ulgar. indecent and oh" for hi- - Gooch, who stale ,U- -t where he stand- - upon tor of the Cumberland Telephone j Tobacco has been in good condi- sold the following baskets: -- ome month- - with a bronchial trou.". cue language. If you -- hould go inLANCASTER 11 2 cents qiu turn, and it uoc-- without savin: Comoanv's idant for some time.! tion for handling, and buyer- - !iae 280 pounds at . 'm the country 13 313 pounds at that tho-- e who are not in sympathy ble remains about the same. She is News from her bedside is that, she W'n '? to secure it 4 cents The Chautauqua Circle met Wed- to the lowest dives not close enough to us, so as to be would hear a bud i I'd f mii1 v.'ith the work Lincoln Mercer! 2 !3 pounds at 10 4 cents nesday afternoon at the home of we doubt if ym of the Anti'SuIoon is in a ver serious condition but l language as he ein the pulpit. I.eayue and it- - tempera mice plan- -, able to always state her conditio!, that she is showing satisfactory i ounty growers some 240 pounds :it 13 cents .Mrs. B. F. Hud-o- n. have made which we will gladly do whenever of If that - preaclii::g the gos-nwill not r cciw it- -- support nor the - but space forbid M0 pounds at splendid average.13 cents County Clerk W. I. Ilnimlton i The dispatch said: we hear from her. J..siis Chri- -t may God pity is." -, who are support of its friendgiving a complete list of all those 430 pounds at .... - t"en'-!- sued marria'. license to the follon- Williamsburg, Ky., Dec. 17 The bazaar given by the ladie- - of in the work it - endeavorwho sold. Clark & Collier, of Garrard conn- - , .Miss lio.ie Stanaford (;:UTard Cuntv collides: SU-.- eu and bro" the Christian chunk last Saturday Zudora. ing to accompli-- h. Many of the sellers visited other ty. sold the following baskets: and M- i- Vina La.--. -- on. rt va- - a -- uccc-j-. About $25 wa- - made. ther, Groer Stanaford. were fatal- markets and other tobacco ware- loO pound- - at - 'enIS"Waltei Whitt ami MI-- .- .Maud Low- ly injured in a runaway here today. But One Paper This Week and Next From the Oy.-tSupper held by rJ heir hor-- e became frightened Lincoln Man Dies in Missouri . . 11 cent? roan. houses and sold portions of their 223 pounds at at a cus14 cent- A recent is-.. In accordance- with it- - al oi the Ash Grove, the Ladie.-- Aid of the Chri-tia- n tain and ran away. Stanaford was crops, but all came back to the Peo- 273 pounds at Dr. J. J. Purselv and Mrs., Pure-- J I O '" I liurch. "0 was mr.de. 0 pounds at one pa- tom, the L J. 3lo., ComnH.n wealth, had the folio where it appear.-- that i.e unable to regain control of the ani- ples House ,"ly of Chattanooga,? are here to spend I per thi- - week will i onlybutone nest .? 1 , ... ... cen s There were several nice articles mal and both were thrown from the lhe highest prices sire being realized. 233 pounds at and item of intere-- t to relative- - and the Christmas Holidays wu ner thr.t were not sold at the bazaar, bi'.ggy. Mis.-- Stanaford was thrown This is doubtless due to the splen- 320 pound- - at iucud- - back lure in Ive:luckv: Aeek. It i always customary to cel., . .': parents, Mr. and Mi - -- 4ces:(lers .lames J. Daw- on. ua.-- ! ntrii in Mich a?, fancy apron-- , embroidered against a tlephoue pole, fracturing did manner in which their crops are 393 pounds at. ebrate the Christmas and Xew Year eusbii idcied limn pillotv her skull, and breaking her hip and handled by the alert warehouse 230 pounds at 11 2 cents ' holidays, and mo- -t of thc country Lincoln count , Kentucky. Aug. 1, towel- -, . . .Miss Delia I aider was hi,-t- eat jnewspaper- - skip a week entirely hand--- . that would make He died November J i. Til 14. ij-s which offers every means of 13 pounds at. . b cents ' . IS:. arm. She can not recover. Stanaford force :s prc-en- lme 4 2 .''UN an enjoyable social altair .at liei witu no issue. The 1. J. office will be Aged 7S ye.ws. ."I nn 'iths ami L 213 pound at. . and you WiLs thrown thirty feet, striking a to the sellers. . .. , .g . UUtllt; I'll L' thi open every day except Christmas-day-, l.li..Lll Slll-l.1'. T. da.-- . lie -- pent hi- - vouih and A big force has- been working both 'iii get them bv writing or seeiuir store building. His skull was fracot uarraiu eoniiiv. ,, - 4l ph.- memuers ol me graded sciiooi incui- v11 i i manhood m Kenucky. lie cvme fioinjMrs-- W. J. for business, however, and job tured. Mis.-- Stanaford is chief oper- night and dav in order to handle the "ill IIH- llie J."IIU1H UilSKCl? ty. Car-o- h ami wife of ator for the Del! Telephone Company sales with dispatch so that the grow-- j S3 pounds at . 'ohn Rent uck v to .Mi oari, where lie! 14 4 cents printing will be executed with neat Mis- - Anna Margaret Klkiu is ai .14. 4 cent spent he remainder of hi- - life. Fori New Orleans, La., attended the huri- - at Stanford, ller brother is engineer crs are enabled. to lose a little time! I 70 pounds, at ness and dispatch aud at pr leech: The 1. year- - he ha- - made hi- - home al of Frank Iloldman. as possible. FoiStr.'iug herewith" is , 70 pounds "n'L . 14 cents home-"if- f iter ti vii.T'.'cT.TTeiMi ntoiith;." the other fel!ow can t soinc for a railroad in the West. ' Tiiey ,n Dklaiioma and .hss- - J. wishes one and all. its friends with Mr. ami Mi-;- . i)7. Martin, l;s. j Mr. Newman Iloldman. of Jellico. were drhing to Don, Ky., to visit given some sales showing the prices (103 pounds at 13 cents''" ! a Martin being hi- - niece, lie leave was very sielc at Ins mothers here,. relative- - when the accident occurr- received per pound for different L0 pounds at 12 4 cents and its enemies if it has any New r.-- and three sifter- - and Mrs. Sarah Collier Nelson di.-- Merr ('hri-dmbut was well enough to return home ed. 160 pounds at four broth and a Happy baskets : 13 4 cent! a ho-- t of other relative.- - and friends Wednesday. Clay Clark, of Garrard county,; 240 pounds at 16 2 cents 'at her home at Mt. Hebron .sfter a ; Year. Af,. i'i,.,,.i;.. iTa,i i ...:t'.. ..? sold the following basket lo monrii his departure. After a 16 4 cents 'short illness ot pneumonia, lhe ile-- J i 200 pounds at COMMISSIONER'S SALE May-vill- e, CANDIES, nuts, fruit-- , in fact are with his mother. Mrs. short funeral -- ervicc. conducted by 230 pounds at 11 cents J2o3 pounds at 16 2 cent-- ;' ceased was 83 years of age and had; T. A. I'loomer. lhe body was i 203 pounds to Claudia Iloldman. 19 cents heen a member of the P.apti- -t church j everything for Xmas at Farri- -. 12 at cents; 00 pounds at ... II. I), Carter, Admr., funeral an interesting letic- -l in A-- b 200 pounds at - at . Wt had cemeterv. 12 Groc 13 4 cents' since early girlhood. The eentsj200 pound"a iter, Sr.. Plaintiff of J. M a lew days since from Mi's. conducted at the church b In ter Checks Croup Instantly 123 pound- - at . . . 12 pounds at . 14 4 cents'' vs Wheal (nee White) of Tucson. Ariz., J. W. Mahau. the rc- Make Your Xmas Merrv 120 pounds at .... j. conts-- pastor, Ke. .12 4 cent- -j 103 pound- - at . You know croup is dangerous. Annie Carter. Defendant asking us to state something of the. 143 pounds at cents' mams being interred at Mt. Hebron. And you ought to know too, the ... 13 cents 133 pound at . . Don't lake chance. there.-- many Pursuant to a judgment rendered' 300 pounds at Mesdames M. 1. Denny ami L'ob- - sense of security that come- - from 4 cents a slip you know ...13 cents .l pound- - at . Decome a member -- Id people of this place, which we in above styled action in the Linwill try to do later on. i r Walker were iio-- lc Honey and Tar is Tue-d- ;. luivia' of l In- Lincoln County National Dr. Doores - at the home of Mr. coln Cicuit Couit at its November tJ,e home of Mr- -. Dcu- - ( O,,ipouml in the house, it cuts the !5,f'n,"u" ;t Dank"- L:.ndi- - Christina- - Saxiug- -' Ed Walton Buys in Harrodsburg PARLOR GROVE CommisMaurice i'erkin- - with term 1014, the under-igne- d :,t :' ham'.son.e leeeptiou to nvt thi,.k IIllu.. suuI cit..irH .Way the iai) and voii'll be sure to hae nioii- - and Mrs. E. C. Walton this week clo-e- d tt "" whom he ha- - boarded since they sioner, will on I)l',m.v- - l rt':, phlegm, Mrs. Cecil Whitaker has joined 101-- 1 cv wben vm need it mo-- t. stop the stiangling cough teal for halt interest in the liar - Mr 1U!I),,!,I,I...I ,!t':!UM' gave up keeping hotel at the Cover Monday. January II, 1915 her husband iu Cynthiana. cent hrnle. I lie Hours were U'oni rod-bu- rg ami gics easy oreaining and Herald, one of the best' !i.u-- e. He - in real good health and and 4 to 3. to am', quiet Kery user is a COMMISSIONERS SALE Mr. M. J. Morgan is on the sick country weekly newspapers in Ken- - j County Com I Day. in front of the likes, a Joke w lien fine spirit- -, a ill be the friend, Margaret Cook Mi Pur-iin- nl sale bv all (lruggi-- t. com(hoii-- e iu Stanford. to a judumeut of the ; Ky., at list. tuckv. Mr. Walton btiv- - out the in- -i not on him. . . 01t fioun ., uiiiam, wno ir. gue- -t during" the holidays of her t t ii o'clock P. M. olfer for sale at Lmcoht Circuit Court, rendered all 1. iieu "Missis AVillii Hiitolhv mi.i1 .1... leresr Mr. John Sr.. is living Hope (iaidner of NEWS OF CHURCHES .November term, 1014, in the action P'iblie outcry to the highest and rome McCoy are employed at High in Stanfoid a number oL year- - ago ''riend. .Mi with Dr. W. J. Edmiston, his son, LouisilIe. -. I .Mrp bidder the following described M M. Stone against Felix with Mack! church will hold The ' "e M''" ',e '" I'11 ftnr-liiat the old home on lower .Mam t' bet estate in Lincoln county. Ken- - jtride Com-iiiiA mo- -t joyous Christina- - to each its Christmas service ral on Sunday, 0. While etc, the iincr.-ignHuttou. one ot the best newspaper- He is Notary Public, has i t.u-Mis Lulu Waddle of "Wayne-bur- g : will on men and printers anywlu-re- . and as, reader ol the Interior Journal. at a sjonc in line 27 at 11 o'clock. The puDecember loner leal good health can entertain speu-dnil- y .Mr and .Mr- -, .lame- Monday, January II. 1915 of Salh4. and Dcttie Carter, corner spent Jasl Sunday with her parents. clever as the days are long. Mr. le pils t,t the Sunda School will thke and has a clear memory al to Woolridge and running thence Mrs. David Wall is on lhe sick Waltihf- - host of friends here and ol weii-lt nv. Iowa, were guc- -i : a uromiueut part iu the -- erviee. .VI I ill llli Clllll't .1 s... iliiiil' HI lit years ot age. though eighty-si- x ,,,. ,.,,ide are urged to be pres" ral day- - of Mr- -. D. M. Lack - , K 13 84- - list. S 3S 4 iwrh their line at (inblic outcry Slaniord. Ky.. wish him abundant sue - for ,i i i.. . .or. .riupsau ! ii- .. ,iiioim-- i uillii. daughter hist week. tole- - to a stone corner to Sallie Jughe- -t and be- -t bidder, on a to the Mr. Curt Padgett is a biisine-- s ees and happiness in his new lo- - '" and cut. Mindax School will meet at i ;.l ,. ... isi.ii am u.ft ' nfi vntii1 luc ' ..v,.....v i. ...... ....-vr nnedy - Naylor of Preacher - - ' ,:;,(jj Yoiui'. Peoples Meetaug al of -- ix month- -, a tract of land, ninety vear mark, lives on topper and I Jet tie CaHer in Mrs. Carson's ti Visitor in Lexington. eati on. He takes possession Jan 1st. ... 02 y villc. -- old their tobacco crop of i j;.;;o line: theiic,. S .5 i I Lincoln couutv. Kv., on nali,, reek. ,, Henmg Wor-hi- p 1 , R. E. Horton' has purchased the ', oiiics to town often, riding . pounds at the Danville wsire - jcj,.v: Mid-we. on Wedncs- Back After Long Absence leading lrom Sonicr-- et pike to .Ma- - Is iihiii! ?l s I,.llfkllfrll. nnlV slVllkl Jiolc- - to -- tone corner to same;t ( . J. Si.radhu farm and will move AVade Hampton Kennedy, who house at an average of 10.40. The .jaV t.t.iiing. Dcc service 7 o'clock. ..:i....i. lit ...:.. ..:.... " " " pole-t- o W 34 0 Gap. thu- - de.- illll-ll- . i. .Jlllllll. vt ars old. "is hale, nimlile- and "" ex- - th.-n-ie N 33 23. at buckeye and beech tree-- : corner sis soon a5? he gets an addition built lus.s been awav from Stafford, for' e- -t luought .l.i. ,, - Iran road, cor- -' :u -- laKe in .Ha-o- ti ,. , , .- . . poci- io ii v, in ue a uuiiureo. Mi-- s A TEXAS WONDER Dunn - at home for 23 itc , same thence N 33 W ... , . , 'to the house. 'about 13 vear- -. during whii-- time iier to J. W. ltaughtuan: thence with me resi oi our men l win meniion, i - in a -- .lone cornei io n ooirnigc; t M"r. and Mrs. Leemau Singleton, j,(. traveled over a number of we! tlie holidays after a stay at Trail j -- a hi . W. 33 center ol I'oieroad S. , siiiiic 'nun (uiiu The Texas Wonder ctucs kidney and who ,iii 111 I iivinotim fit t I'll . ..K....I- - l. .......iCh.i.i... wit A'w.It'k1.. visili1 llio hitter--- ; ..... ...... -, V ."iS V S'lm' l... . ' ii lior. sli 10 pole- - lo -- lake corner to J'ettle-- j -J.1.-- 1 "- - -gravel, i.i it:! adder troubles, dissolves l. - i " ai:d tell when each one ca . . ia- -t " i. . ... ..itiv iitiuit-... j i i ... l ii- .. l. i....i. i. in ..." .io ir.i. j ii .1 nin I"" oi ueix. son laud: thence with line of lies, coaiaiiiiug .K i. o lorcigu ucius. oareins iCurLS diabetes, weak and lame backs, week to spend Clirislmas wall las ueiseu ior woik found, ( .Mr acres, neinir n p:rt or the -- ame W 12! pole to -- take in line s? 1M iconic Dogjird . and little rheumatism, aud all irrcgulanUe- - oi Ivelinei Iv. lb If. is rc.nr.vl :il flint Airs. VAv.: latlier. Asscs-o- r .1 Ml- . . .111 ... -Lucy III! i. i.i'i.iiiiir io ii.ii iiifri i..i.... .1. M. j Walker Doty, ot ,I c k "c,- - -corner to Crccii: thence his ,v X. ' , . i.i'. i i lrat of land convced to Lnbank and Kenton Singleton have i eing Sven a cordial wcIcoiik ,y"ii and A- l'" . illlillOJllllll 'rtllll liilll.ii. nciiiaiu "V.. II U LUU ium , Cai-te- r ' by deed from Sallie and P.et Isold their funns. liichmoiid. and Mrs. Harriet White, in cluldren it not soiuuwiui.1 i..i.j , , iwdes to p.- -i cr- ;:.any friends here. oy your urus- v I ..7-n .:.. s . . 4111X4 . .. .. i i it U renovate lllunv. ,i,. cm! i . il.i.'.r. . will b,. the guests of, in,:, udl he sent bv mail on receipt of .. of 'ill this io in iaugumau - um fiiiviling place ill im iiiri IJMX..J..I ,J Mllir .1111 111 imHint', nHvi i':n in ... .. v...s . ... i..- - j.. , ,. llli-il. nils- .,-...Ills line JS fta 4 K I il -i .... ioiv iiuiuii: inc nun- - ; y tnlfT tiaBlern Stlar i, o i .... Lin. m.Ii, in wee hook i . ,. . , - jiaiy cajiame ol iiiah.-.- .s ... iiI io same iccoiocu ( .,lllljv ri,.I.i.v '.eignoornoou. are compelled, io le- -, , Ji.e i;oc.ur treatment, and seldom lads to pertect a i in poles to begmn.mr ( j. Coleman and Mi.djK M n n.!ll-,- . , ior tcSt..null,als rom this f,' I,,o. made or the pu . 0 rjaudm Eaton went to Hustoy,lle: Dr. J. S..(lbe,t and w,.c .,, Luck -- I , 0, t acres of ,,, . , D E. w HM2926 t, Brf ' -- to ti-fv, .,nd weP,.e initiated into, eye have rented the residence otiOhe street. M. Louis. Mo. Sold by lhe olijc.-- t Pn"c r -'- DJni'-r D'e estate of -- aid , of s.slo wt.,.c ,ta,,l ' ladvj , J. M. ravter. decas,d. and for the V Plaintiffs judgment for 1.(.0U vitli the Order of the Eastern Star otlMis. H. A. B. Marksbury. on ille -- tieet and will move into it, -r ,,!,'in;r ,1"' lo1,N nf s,i'1 cent, interest from Sept 20. j Si Pw'n- thert. "id . K. Horton ! vhich ... N a fuoirishing . chapter j .nme-- r. . , t - iua- m oTnck'iini lll.rfiT""',"":,, , "f arier. s ., .' .' Ao.ssi-.. .1. . . ., . .. flioc At MKinnev .. --j ...j t : tjccitieni : mm ... in. w wt i....-.i...- t . .... AUilLr. aiHioiin- l: in ..................... ii.. i...,, iiiiii;. ; f !... iv ss:: .ii ... iiaruiu imn " I l a...... ...1 .... hogs of the farmers j . A ,. I., . : i. . .. ........ lilllll:! .... ....r. .'ill...?,' ........... ...i........ ill ..... .x UngliLs died at thc !' Edward Uieen County C. A. Hardin has appoint rH1.2( .Jan. 12 Y1.11 made on a credit 1007: .s'232.2-- .lime sfivckludders " planned for one night this week i . of the Lincoln County i inil cninninoi " x, .a 10, 1JI07: ed Mr. "F. "S. Hughes as trustee of home of his pa mills. Mr. and Mrs. , ... '"" .. ,. ....nc iiem on ,, lot six mor.th- - iturclia.-c- r reciuireu. .....1 r l.nti.liiii.iiiir tlium arev Killing ns-.i, Xov. 7. 1007: ' t r.aiioiiai name win iney Mollis, ivy. mi. to Xov. ll. 100S: .flOO the Jury Fund. Mr. Hughes held I George A. Hughes, at McKinney 33 S. 1!MIJI: .....n.l 'I...... .1.... ;.. 1..,,,,....,. ,...vr ihi. execute bond payable to Commis- FARM FOR SALE .! 111 fJ,ll.4ll ll..C V sinor, willi approed persmal se- - j hnrh as twelve a day -- OS I)..,-- . 17 .ll.'OO: .T(iii 24. I'll : 10 ..l. improved, on the Stanford and Som- - ' the same position for a number of. hist week, after an illness of sever-iers- et o'clock A. M., at their banking bearing six per cent, mter- vrrk of tyj.hoid fever. His eondi- !00 dan 24. 1011: ami rUO Xov. 2S. hoti-- e pike: five room cottage, barn years under the late Judges Sauf-iin Stanford. Ky. W. M. Bright sovi-ni- l days been i ley and Bell NOTICE The annual meeting by and othei; est from date of sal,, until paid. tion had. -r 1013. uecessarv buildings: Cashier. 07'ld 'I'-.i- aged 84 vear.! liuicli animxei! and la-- iieatn came the State Bank splendid orchard; fine lastng waiurch--.- 'r Mr. Peter Harve. retained on land sold to secure! the stockholders oi will be icijiiired lo and interest, j A: Trust Company, of Stanford for ter. If you want a nice little home at and a resident of this county for as a shock to his j !.!.- -. lie wa- - a give lioud with security 'o- - the payment of si.id (. Sto,i That Couflb Now Witness my hand as Cofniissiom-r- i the purpose of electing .officers and a bargain see J. .C. FLORENCE. many years died at the Confederate brother of Min. E. II. Hansford price, payable to Commissionand When you catcli Cold, or begin to of lhe. Lincojn Circuit Cburt, this directors for the year 1015 will be Stanford. Lock box 54G. Home at Pewce Valley. He is sur - jand Will Hughes, of Somer-e- t er bearing siv per cent. intr?.-- t from 95tf to December 23, 1914. E. D. PEN-- ! the second Tuesday of Jan. 1915 at lesideil there tor vived by a daughter. Mr.--. Ida Xa- - vith hi jiarr-ntdate of sale, having force and ef- Cough, the first ihing to do i 101-3gen- NNGTOX, M. C. L. C. C. l 10 o'clock A. M. M. B. SMJN, Cash. fect of a pier of Lowell and one son, W. L. seme time, and his Mid secur'd bv take Dr. Bell's Tine NOTICE TO STOaaiOLDEKS the w n for Ium lt penetrates the linings of the throat iai dispo.-itii-- u Richmond. lien. E. D. PENNINGTON, M. G. L. The rcifular annual meeting of the Harve of daughter CANDIES, nuts, fruits, in faet , and lungs and fights the Germs of IE. Stormes was tlie lead- - warm friendship of a host of friends. 101-3Ann, the r tli First Vationali , Mrs. J. -...4v.iviu.t the Disease, giving quick relief and of Mr. and Mrs. A. C YnnWinlde. of j everything for Xmas at Farns. .1pank win Ue held on the second Jer of the Woman's Club Thursday eighteen-year-olnatural healing. '"Our Avhole family Louisville, formerly of Danville and. Gore. Ga- - P. A. Morgan had ocSam Dixon, d Tuesday in January next, at 10 o'- - afternoon. She read a most interdepend on I'incTar-Hone- y for I'Yn nk fort, died Friday morning of ThB LivCf Regulates The Bdy son of Xeal Divon, was killed by a iock 4 - M . at their banking- house . esting paper on LouisvflIe?s Late casion recently to ine a liver medif.illing tree on the arm of TL D. Coughs and Cold." writes Mr. I.. meningitis Sluggish Liver Needs Care ju Stanford. Ky. H. C. Baughman, Gifted Poet, Madison Cawein. Mrs. cine and says of Foley Cathartic AVillianis, Hamilton, Ohio. Tt alMlMTV. near Columbia last week. W. If. Cook also added to the meet- Tablets: "They thoroughly cleansed Someone has said that people with Cashier. ways helps. 25c. at your Druggist. Best For Kidneys Says Doctor ing by reading one of Cawein s best mv system and I felt like a mr rIirnfl:f. Tj;VGr comnlaint should be man light anil five. They are the Pains m Back and Hips poems. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS l Dr. J. T. R. Xeal. Greenville. S. C'shiri awav from humanity, for they TREES at Are an indication of kidney trou that in his 30 years of exneri- - are nessiinists and see through a The . regular annual meeting of the AV. T. Noel died at , his home Ml i best medicine I have ever taken ur I v. . n. .1 "men- ble a warning to build up the wea- Buckeye alter seerai monnis in- - constipation. They keep the stomach stockholders of the National Bant Fruit and shade trees!. Shrubs. enee he has found no preparation "glass darkly." Why? Because sweet, liver active, bowels Tegular." kidneys, make them vigorous, Grape Vines Rhubarb, Asparagus, , for kidneys equal to foley Kidney tal states depend iipou physmal oi Hustonnile will be held on the ness due to sromacn rrouoie. i ne ral your blood of acids and pois..- - thing for Orchard. Lawn anS Gar- - Pill. In 50c. and $1.00 sizes.. Best Biliousness. TTeadacb.es. Dizfi- - second Tuesday ia January next at ceased Wa 46 years of age and is For sale bv all druggist. -- ". "0 o'cl'vlr A M., at their banking; survived by his. wife and eight -i ons. Go to your druggist for Foley den. No agent--. Free catalogs. H. yon enn buy for baqkaehe rheuum - , re-- - and in GOOD pictures shows Friday and ij. The remain's were interred in Kidney Pill. In 50s. and $1.00 ...o jn Tfiist.oaville, Ky. J. W. Nov T.".! F HIHwniever L SnS; Lexlnftn, ti.m. kidney and bladder-ailment' j Saturday nights. 98td the Lancaster cemetery. Sold in your twvn by all druggists.- Kentucky. Hocker, Cashier. For .; 2."k. :t yourJ)ruggist. by all drnggl--t. ISSUE IN KENTUCKY Frank llohluiun catered , eternal gs ! I Uin-im- - i- Anti-Saloo- i- hi-to- aid 1-- -- I 1-- 1-- 1-- de 3-1-- 1- Jtr-iro- ii- ! im-i-t-ed ) I o-- i- -- i n-- ni-h- ed pre-sce- ne con-duc- n. 1-- 1-- 3-- 3-- i- - de-crl- ed Anti-Saloo- 1-- te-ti- 3-- i- . n-- ed , ii-i- ng ! 1-- 1-- I 1-- u-- i- d "- ! i- Mar.-hoan- k.- l- er . ue . - u-u- -- uu -- L J 1- -4 - 1-- -l- hrl-i"'- 1-- e.-rl- v - i I . ..,.., 1 -- " . 3-- 1-- M -- 1"l'h'-tl-- -- s 3-- 1-- d a. 1-- 1 3-- 1-- d 1- -2 1- -1 1- -4 3-- 3-- "" 3-- ! ...3 3-- i- 5 1 i- -- I ep. 0 1 1 1 Prr-sbUcrin-u cd -s k I ll 1 1 I I cr ! -cll 3-- ere I evi -- ! V p-d- ., i 1-- 4 id-10- 0; 1 I , j"-.J0- 0 ek a"- - 20 44-10- - I .- I 72-10- 0, b (b-orgi- a i- 1 ' 1- ia- , --- I 1 Vvviii-sliiii--- I ;-- mi . - . - i:i-io- -! Il.-ls . ii........ c 111.- -. lll-jl- - ! e .i-- .- i- i... , i ... ," ..! , . Xa-hvi- lle - 31,-10- hn--sa- le i- -n- l"'"-- 1 2 ...... ... I Tar-Tnr-Ilon- ey ." , , j.t Dan-lclruggi- sts. T s -- .s I . " t.-- I 'I "--- '? .. i- ! I ..-.- I . - ,-. LUCI-V- ,. J.-,,- 1 nl s d pur-ca.-is- ! s jud-Miten- T! big-heart- T. eight-yeai-o- ld ( . dr.L-iir.Uo-. a- - v- - -- -1 w- t- W , s s.-iv- - Con-tiiii'- l'-- sif. -, te-Jis- iag Dn-Kin- g- d-e- n. - j . THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCY. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1914. Yesterday Hundreds Joined Ou WE MUST NOT FORGET SHIRTS Pew men can get along without a Shirt and most of them need one or more. Work Shirts at 50c in cotton and $1 and $1.50 in wool: Dress Shirts in fancy or white plaited at $1 and $1.50; negligees with laundered cuffs in fancy colors, Landis Christmas Savings Club 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 . MEN'S TIES Strings, bows and in white, full foor-in-han- d-, dr-- s, Today Many Others Will Join Why Not be One of Them? In order to obtain the 3 per cent interest payments must be promptly and fully paid neat hair lines and white at 50c, $1 and Sizes 14 to 19. pure $1-5- The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Ky. SAVINGS DAPARTMENT SUSPENDERS This is a necessary article and every man uses Suspenders for hi- -, trousers or or both. Trouper Suspender in regular and extra lengths at 25c and 50c. A beautiful pair of silk ones in a pretty box for $1. 25c and 50C for sock disuspenders, ' in kittle vidual boxes nice little presents. ox Corner Next to Court House means to lay thus eliminate probably trougesl candidates before the ProprstlM iht BBEL-O- tsAL'FLEY ! voters oi that party before the day XI A TEAB STRlCilA' is advance f oi lhc pr;;lUirv eiJ-uon-. cot that a ....Kt;....i party should liml i ! Entrrtd at tht jcrtcirc alter lhc pi'jmarv elction, u miirht 'result, with a Gubernatorial eamli-- , POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS ilate stnndiii" directly opposed to is authorized . t,ne or niore of the plank ot' the Tr." luttnor Journal to announce the following eadi- - platform made probably before he -- abject to ine even became a candidate before the ! wJiee. lai. A JJst, people for otfee. Dcmo'-ra'.iin I Hiiiary 3935: H)e plan ot the Owensboro dis- For Circuit Judge tiller met ih -- erioiis opposition y. C. A. :IAHDIX, oi Mercer aiuoiit! the Republican leader.- - gath- CHArs. i VOX ot Boyle or my. cied at Louisville ;md his. proposed For Commonwealth's Attorney m V'V I'otl V'I'Ilt lull t'nl ill- - n:ii-lm:i E. V. PI KYEAR. oi' IJovl--- be held. Certainly, it will not it the R. A'. KEEON. of Mmv.t o':nty. leader.-- , oi that narlv have even the' r.l.Ie The Interior Journal J- by wlnilev er ' oOWll , riiiij itr-d- JEWELRY Something all voting men like and are going to have: Collar button-:- , 5Cj 10c and 15c and one for 25c, guaranteed a lifetime. Cuff buttons: pearl, one -- olid piece, almost unbreakable at 25c and 50c, irold plated at 25c, 50c, $1 and i-k in little boxes; $1 and pins at. 25c, 50c $1.50; tie holder- - !0c, 15c and 25c. Any of the-- e will bt. and cost verv little $1-5- 0 -ln-c- ful 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 al! LETS 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 not 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. Please take your time and make your selection so you will not have to exchange it. black, red and all the gorgeous combinations of colors the arti-- t with dyes can make, at 25c, 50c .ml $1. All 50c and $1 t:eput up in pretty Chriatrcas - boxes. SOCKS Here is where a young man lives in his sox. A pretty pair of fancy black 25c in -- ox le at 10c, 15c or and and 25c m --:1k, and the unequalled Phoenix th. peer of them all, in white, black, red, bine, tan, lavendar and grey in a box bandy little Chri.-tm-as li-- for 50c. Wool sox in Mack and i:re3', light, medium and heavy weight at 25c. HOSE Of all the articles we thcrc. - nothing she i: -- o particular about as her ho-- e. The toe, the heel. the top. tbe weight asd the -ell i- H. J. McRoberts HANDKERCHIEFS HAND th:-crip- ;- -ie, but -- cldoin tht, pn e. So we -- how a black. tut r white -- ilk at 40c. The Phoenix and you all know them and .'ike to wear them put m if pair in a loelv hu.di.', box at 75c and $1. Coton ho-- o :t 10c, 25c and 50c- - c co-nt- GLOVES .Everybody want- - a pair, 10c, 25c and 50c work LUGGAGE SWEATERS n ( Co-int- $r Control The Republican Party? The movement i- - well under way ie the remnant of the to Republican party in Kentucky that to piece neli has beer, together lor the State fight of. the coming year. The iirst opeu step taken at Louisville the past Dees McCuilough whi-l:ev- has always stood bitched to JUDGE FOR YOURSELF the liquor side of thinsrs in tb Re tion of five hundred dollars to the if the Louisville meeting indicates j publican party. Mr. .Garrett is the Republican State campaign fund, anvthinu at all this earlv it indicates i is Better-- Try an Experiment Kepubhcan member of the State gathered in the interest of O'Rear that theil. action fowciteU a ,plit . . ticket with Railroad Commis&ioii, and has stood and those ou the State or Profit by a Stanford Citi- tiMls t rt ' cash- consistently against any advance! him. Haraly had his check been Zen Experience along any line in the matter of tem- ed bv the campaign committee be with a large element remaining out perance legislation, being at Frank- fore the Owensboro man let it be of the convention, if it ever is held. Something new is an exptriment. fort during the pa- -t two legislative known that O'Rear, standing for The lesson is one that should Must be proved to be as represent sessions in the line-u- p auainst the temperance legislation and running prove very valuable to the Demo- - ed county unit niea-u- iu n. upon such a platform, had received . f;ratic party at thii3 partieular time The statement oi a manufactuier of iho-iMr. McCullongh places his contributions from the whiskey is not convincing proof of merit. a Voke is be. raiseil at ;s to fojc-ta- l! the action of the vo" busincs above party at all times. men t in Kentucky. J lie story was end uoints in th State for an earlv B ine endorsement ol menus i .. ler ot the party in their -- election He evidenced thi- - by :.n act fre.-- h broadly -- I'atlered over Kentucky. convention in advance of the Augu- -t ' Xo siipimsing you had a bad a nndiilMc for Goernor and in the mind of every Republican Judge O'Rear might have, probabh primary election. To the fellow who' a lame, weah, or aenmg one, of other .state officer- - b laying down and every temperance advocate in would have been beaten even had th0 knowjj the . earniarks , uoiuu you experiment on it; a platform of principle.- - to which thc j Kentucky. When Judie E. C. O'ltuur, story not come out, Imt- its ptihiicu You will read oi many of iolitics, it is eay to see the nariy -- land- committed, tbu- - dim of Montgomery county, tvas a candi- tion disheartened his advocates source from which this advice is be- - cures. iuaiirir anv man a.-- a candidate date for the Republican nomination among thc temperance forces in his ing given to the Democratic ho-t- s. Endorsed bv stianger- - from far- who - not in line with the plattorm j for Governor four year-- ! auo Me own party and he lost thousands of Plainly, it is coming' from the same liuny places. nade and provided, miles, of course j Cullough did everything in his pow-i- c vote- - that he would otherwise have brain that hatched the scheme its aiilereut v.ben the endorse that b -- hould want to buck the conven-je- r to prevent him securing the nom- - gotten. H(. thus paid the penalty Mr. MeCullougli i.-ment comes from hone. endeavoring to ti'n declaration-- , wmcii ol it ll'ination. U hear -- t.od out souarelv for having stood for a principle. carry out within the Republican Ea.--y to prove iccal testimony. i I MY. MeCullougli and those allied voal put him out of the running. lor tlie promotion ot all good temRead this Stanford case. party, and it is being disseminated i :t. n, Tb wlea of holdintr a party plat- perance m "1 and never hesi- - wim inun iu noi4 uain i. i. piiiceiii :.. tlivoiii. fl1 -- ame organs that have Boan'.- - Kidney 1'ill- - and io lie form cinvc'ilion in advance ol the '""" lo "" i ,M.tii new e.u, and ' i,n, tbey proved to be ju- -t as advertised," wiien ine suiuiai ..ni,l,uiun. xv.i the :mr- .. TV. ""''"-ipo-.:.. "'" "n ua- - gn en I..V. I ive i.......er.i. l.i State primary election i repij:n:.nf ... H n.s i,c of Stanloid. 0f Jllaking the says B. llolderman, i i itt the jirimaiy election -- tatute panys nomination over tne ojijiosi- - and a nepuuncan nominee ior ,TOV" j ijlUor interest.- itsentiment forwork i'tr. i iuneys were nih ami3 it iiau. l M will hardlv State It wa intended by tbe pro- ion ol .Mcumiougii ana me wnisKev t rnor neiiuer oi wnom iney. nne. 4, n....,., ...: .. howo-- er backache. Hearing Doan s Kidney . LIJV: EltllLV. . Owen-bor- o moter- and trainer- - of that law. in forces The millionaire had anything to do with selecting. iUl , , . Pills highlv iirai-e- d. .. I used them an: Tentiicky and that oter-- -- ulked for awhile, then o they propose to hold a cut an.! 'H me." Vai'iSant. a th rhairiu.m u . , beforehand, in a political party -- hould. untram-melecame into line with hi party's dec- dried convention . . Price :0c at all dealer.- -. Tlon't tti thcboo-- e .. tbe men who ait to laration in the nomination of parties if possible, and lay ... aia. :i av, 4. t' b.tb simnlv a.--k. for a kidnevi a i vsv, ir.vxb kaiiiiiiiia. f v.wijiiiiiitLo ii.v a- - it nt trie parly hi the State. upon whieli but ivprr afterward developed down a plattorm , jud ment get Doan s Kidney Pills-- the same o men Jf made lection of November following. Not he did o only for the purpose of man but one of their choice can af- md itkal sa ,it Tfa kno by that Mr. llolderman had. ?Vur -- et of men withtiiat any faction or bit raying Judge O'Rear and the Re- ford to ,tand or make the race. aonv;ntion i(il Milbuni Co., Prop-- ., Bi.uof .N. . in the pariv -- hould be allowed to. publican party because it had i Thev have taken the preliminary forehand was inadvisable lour veais efor''r)d, commit the. Priy to to follow hi behe-t- s. He did -- ieps toward holding such n conven-- , Merry Xmas For You when the j wun ueh a , certain principles that they miirht be lb:-- - by making privately a contribn- - tion lor the Republcan party, and member of the If you aRlhn. knowJ Lincoln County HtNational Bank that the voters of the Democratic party ,.r. i. to io to the Janais innsimas savings i juu. j.olIs next August and, free ami un- - Join a,,-- v lime al"ter D?nbcr L'lst iv- iice. .trammeled, select a ticket of men ; l'nul dinner who can wm in November. At this Foley's Recomatnd distance ' it looks as if the wie.t Why They Honey and Tar thin"; the Democratic uartv can do P. A. Efird, Conejo, Calif. bt is to sit steady nnd watch this Mc- cause "it produces the 'nest results, Culloii"h ulav to a conclusion, then s",e hold its platform convention after . a!,Ta?s cures &evere colds not con chest and lungs and does the August primary. tain opiates or harmful drugs." Dr. John W. Taylor, Luthersville, .Ga., As we make all our Candies Fresh Daily in our own kitchen, you will not be subjected NOW is the time and Y. U. because ''I believe it to be an honest to the heavy war prices that many factories are charging this season. High quality Mueller's is the place for Christ- - medicine and it satisfies my pagoods, made, from strictly pure materials, at reasonable prices, will prevail as usual Ub-t- d i mag presents. with us. Telephone us your order No. 724. tron." W. L. Cook, Neihart, Mont. becauoe "it gives the best results Wheezing in the lungs indicates for coughs and colds of anything 1 Delicious Checelates High Qualify Chocolates Mixed that phlegm is obstructing the air sell." Every u&er is a friend. For Assorted and Bon Bons, Assorted Homemade Taffy HORE-HOUN- D passages. BALLARD'S Per Peund sale by all druggists. Per Pound SYRUP loosens tbe phlegm so that it can be coughed up and Zudora. ejected." Price 25, 50e. and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Shugars' Drug NOTICE French Mixed Candies Fancy Box Candy Store, Stanford, & Lyne- Bros., Two Pounds Per Box On account of so much unnecessaCrab Orchard. ry work and expense mailing your' Per Pound account every month, we have adoptThis And Five Cents ed this plan: By paying your acDON'T MISS THIS. Cut this slip count three months in advance it Place Your Orders Early As All In Order to Get Prompt Service enclose five cents to Foley & Co., will stay at the old price, $1.25 per Our Candies Are Made Fresh. No Stale Candy Sold. Chicago, 111., writing your name, and month; if not paid three months in address clearly. You will receive in advance it will be $1.50 per month. return a free trial parage contain- Should there be any time that you ing Foley's Honey ;and Tar Com- don't get service, we will adjust mat- - j pound, for coughs, colds and croup. tcrs satisfactorily. Call and let us Danville, Kentucky Fourth and Main Streets NICK LONDON, Prop. Foley Kidney Pills, and Foley Ca- know what you want to do before thartic Tablets. For sale by all drug- - January 1, 1915. HUSTONVILLE 100-- 2 ' gists. TELEPHONE COMPANY. the-Seholl h 1 sveck, when J. W. McCullongh, millionaire distiller ot Owensboro, dominated a meeting of thc. parly leaders and had himself, together" tosrlber (.bark's Scholl, of Louis-Vill- e, and Green Garrett, of Winchester, constituted a committee to lay the wit": for a convention in the early Spring in advance of the se lection il the party nominees in tbe Srate primary election. The purpose of thi moe is very evident. It hope of being next November, and -- ome of them at lea- -t indulge thi- -, hope el.-- e t'hey would not have waited the time at attend the Louisville meet- 5H. No one who is converuut with Republican )olitical in Ken- - ' tueky the pat Jew yesirs will doubt j that Mr. McCullougjj dominate the! committee named with U'm to range for tbb convention. Mr. -- hghte.-L gloves: Tuinut, the be- -t work irlove we ever -- aw, $1 e: $1.50 for for buck. Dre-- ; glove- - in Jerbacks sey and backs 25C, Mocha palm-wi- th hor-ehid- back- -. St" nee-c--;i- ry hi-to- ry and $1., Die kid Si. 50. Tape. the be- -t of them all, a. 'ood looker, serviceable, $1, 1.50 and S2 50c and article weather. Plain white at 5c, (0c, I5c and 25c; pure linen at 25c and 50C. Half dozen plain in a pretty t'hri-tm- abox at 75c lor the box: initials in linen at 25c, in at 25c and 5QC. Plain white or fancy silk at 25c and 50c. A nece-sar- y Kery who man or wou-a- hem-titch- ed hem-titeh- ed travels cariies a hand b.i' r uit ca-- e or both. Nothing in all our list of pio-en- tis handsomer than our le:.thei hand bags at S5. $7-5and $0 and our 0 Jert. is ocietli'm: man and boy hojld eer' hae. They are warm, gent-.- in the way and cheap. Jn ut UMBRELLAS The only thing yo j - :i -y !o- ibly .ive that iiiciiiber of the f.iu.iH t.n e. A nlani umbrcil.i at 5Qc, 75c, SI. 1.50. S2, S2.50 ind $5 for men; a be':t.-tu- l u-- -- Kit ca-"- s at $5. $7.50. $50 i.d $12.50. giey, blue, brown and red, all -- i?es from a boy's to a man'- - 45 at 50c: $1 $L50, $2. S3 and $5. Buy hliu a Sweater; he needs it. 'tirtnient lor at any pric,. 'iMrn $1 to SI5, all kind.- - ot b.udl-'--plaia i n, .ill-woo- d. lerlimr tniiiiinn-and pearl, hand-om- e --- . r. 'itu u"b --- id ilver, hand cared. ar-M-- iis CHRISTMAS GIFTS See our new style pearl Manicure Sets just the thing to give your wife or sweetheart. Prices from J " ses-sio- ele-'wht- fn e. $5to $12.50. Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. We have everythins you will need tor Christmas in Candies, Nuts, Fruits i and presents of all sorts, and the prices are right. Phone 54. ! l- legi-latio- . i- i- n jio.-iu- oii . i- -ne. ohe d, nau,. . 1 ..,.. 1 .. - u-- ed GOODIES ,, e . - . oi .. ()"-lii- ar. rd " ! i:fr-ia- .' - h-- Geo. K. Farris SK58S re-f:--- cd be-o- ny ,...! Don't Pay War Prices for Your Christmas Candies 20c ! METAL SHINGLES They interlock and overlap in such a way that the hardest driving rain or sifting snow cannot possibly get under them. Besides this they Irist indefinitely, and sever need repairs. Another point They're very reasonable in first ccst. You can learn all about them from Arc Stormproof WILL STONE, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 25c lOc 20c Roots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded sccordia? to tto Original 9t Formulas it Jtecipes of Ckarli White-Xoo- n, The Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatxneat of human ailments. Indorsed in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. the CXEVGK MOT, for the u-Great Body-Ton- ic mkxa Only. Ask yonr drufgut, or write OOK-C1X-SA-X, Xx-chui- Te - 25c to $4.00 PALACE OF SWEETS 4 ouhjewhtemm iaiNrn r MMH-UIAieWiMK Mrs. CHARLIE Nrtaiwij WHITE-MOO- N j U 3731 Wwt LmiwWt, Kwrtwiqr : JjftfrTwji ! 1L . ' - 'i j V" 'TV x rfIf riWZ Jni TJI T - f iflf-Cf-,- THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD KEWTUCY. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 22. 1914. PREACHERSVILLE Mr 3Jaon t't'W lltilielst v is ha iwh.-pij- .- 1 Children's Savings Accounts Especially Solicited by ' Peruna is not a new and untried remedy our grandfathers used it. Fifty years ago it V7as on sale, nearlv everv drup- store in the country can supply it. It is recognized as a household remedy in. thousands of homes for coughs, colds, grip, catarrh and those troubles arising from such - ed. .Mrs. P. K. Parri-- h ill been iiite l" for a days. Mallard Cajiaan, were hero shopping Satur- Minse.s I.illic and. K.:i jdVuKjnBHBBHgMK. CAST0RI1 fHi .ifcfS!" ' 0fflJ day al'ternoon. It P. White old ET- l- . ?tk.m i '', .4.ili at Danville Mr.-.- . (obaero crop for nine and one-ha- lf hi.-- wm. 'r..ii l rr UTMfTimm For Infants and Children. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Stanford, Ky. TODAY IT IS JUST AS EFFECTIVE, JUST A S RELIABLE AS EVER AND NOTHING BETTER HAS BEEN DEVISED AS A READY-MAD- E disturbances. cents. Lmisford has been in week. Mr. and Mr. .Mar-ha- ll Xewlaud, oi' Stanford viVited Mr. and .Mrs. H. T. dijoed the pas-- t AtkrHiL 3 PER CES1." The Kind You Hsi'e Always Bought The Holidays Are Suited For the Beginning These Accounts I of Tbeae Trho object to Uqatd Meritelae wttl 8nl I'eruns Tah-trf- K a tlrslrable remedy tor 'ATAKKHA1. CONDITIONS. CINE. MEDI- Ciumiins. Mrs. Una Xaylor and daughter,! Mis Carrie, visited William Baylor aud wife near Stanford. A bachelor, who lias linen i!mi'i his own eookimr for a year, says every luan who eontemilates matrimony to ''bach" ble with hi be compelled W. C. "nTif ITI1 in'TTTl J Bears the Signature of Pronwk'snMMrtnn...IICSS and Rest rnntolnc m;.-v- - - Opiuntiorphinc norMwcni by law m nui a akc otic. JtStvm- AAlf In MKvtgroujka4amna Three Per Cent Paid on Same, Compounded Semi-Annuall- y. The Savings Accounts of Everybody Are Solicited, Rich and Poor Old and Young. Saving, Like Spending Is a Habit- -a Habit That Always Brings Wealth Alcorn fame over to spend Christmas villi her mother, Mrs. J. W. Alcoru. Mi-- : Margaret Lewis of Willisime-jurj- r, wa the synest of Mi--, ami Mrs. W. H. Higgins several days. Mi- Mary Slielbv. oi' Aivudia. la Hie iiest of her sister, Mrs. P.. M. i is from Danville, Miss Sotie tluv years. is having trouvi-it- Jone.--. I.. Aiirr.-n- n throat. ed Miss Ellen Mlankenhip Mrs. Cyrii.. Johiwon. Mrogan lioberts, who ha been at Detroit. Midi, the past summer, is mmStti- - Anftfert Rmrwdv TarCtwaMm- - back again. t ion . Sour Stoach.Dlarrtcfa tr it Use For Over McKoberts K. J. Francis, of Middleshoro. : joined his wife and daughter, at her j ! f Dime Savings Banks Furnished Free to Each Customer. Keep it in Your Home. Get One Now and ! December Qearance Sale! AT THE PERSONAL AND SOCIAL j Emporium, Hustonville. up-to-d- We are caught with too many goods by reason of the warm weather. This s vour opportunity to buy Winter Goods at HALF PRICE. ate Ladies' Suits and Cloaks. Suits that were S25.00. now 515.00; Suits that were 320.00. now 512.50: Suits that were 515.00, now S9.98: Suits that were S10.00, 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 $3.00. Come early and get choice Men's heavy wear sho.es at Cut Prices. We ignore the advance in leather and invite you Ladies' Gun Metal Shoes also to come and be convincedincluded. MILLINERY HALF PRICE. Come and let us do you good and see what a small purse will buy. Headquarters for the delivery of Xmas Goods. Santa Claus' son, Ike, will meet you at the door. Yours to please, CHAS. WHEELER. - to ucceed binist'lj' f n- ,h f.dl icr" Frankfort Social Calendar thouiii, mo formal auu.iiiucemei.l has Mi-sAlclia and fJelle iluell, 1 live. LM 1 he .Stanford Dan eo )l.i:s ilo are :ll it'iidiii" . ilwn.l it. Miilivvitrt vet h""ii made Mr. 1J idn-te. .., .. u ,F. .!( '! i ui) will give the annual Christmas will ..,.,.. l,. ...... to he ; laiger car ;'-- t i .? ...... ,i,niU inujivi;,n in rjJL'IUl i i llU-i- ' s;tMl. P..I.L- - a- - l'.,..t :il Ihi' planuinu :,i .m" .' '."'. a Lew day. Company Hall, linitatons have, ai- Harry Keinhart, who is at the" I.iy aulo how- - to ''look "era nvi v. ready been Killed. College of Muii- in Cincinnati, i DeiI'? -- The Maeh Club will eU- - here with hisChildren fake MAIJ.AKD'S parents, Mr. and Mr; tain with a six oVlo.-- dinner. wiiHiiy i 'I E. L. Jieinhart for Christmas hob noRKiiorxn Dee. 2!) The Moz.-.rr-. AH hot, free Burners nice. There eaue it ta-t- c Club will days. jenl.Miain at the home of .Mrs. better remedy afrvuhere for diil- - SI . U. WiKh.abetli liiggins - at home Withers. and bnsr inn the (. oilege of .Millie of (.'in-- ! dren". ruiiirli" hoar-cne- s: Dec j-! chit is. It's ok rhd) will UtWt wlti, cmiiaJi. to j v:ood m'die:ne nvi1 ilV OUUlj 1CYY OCIIC3 .end the holidays with j easy Mr.. P. .M. MrlJohen ar '2 o'clodc. ner '2 11 to talc. Prii-sofle arI jiarent.., Mr. and .Mr-.- . V. II. . Dei-- . .'Ill There will be a ;.lled liiir-nn.- . j$l.flO per bottle. Sold by r..nn fir- - 'B :f.eeiing oi the Woman". Club at the Slore. Stanford. iV Lvii" MJ, s:.li;.. i;ti. ....: lia been j Druir . . tf.lnli irijii.. ...1. . ..... i i.- ... iiii. "Rros. Crab Ordirrd. . m.., m in !. l.c :rt!., ot .mi-- ami .m. .1 . u ., i H. L. PERKINS, Prop., :T " V Dixie ltook Club will lie jHaugiunan at Hilltop near Danville .51 l...i.t.1 aI1 ,- . i iOMI.1 II If! I'l WISHED SHE t ',..enterianieii by all the member. "' her th' Odd Fellow.. Hal! at li o'clock. at a delightful Sunday School das..' reception Monday! er .1.1 Sick Two Years With Indigestion "Two years ago I was greatly father. J. S. Mocker's, thin week Tor benefited through using two or three Christmas. bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets,'' Col. T. D. Mareum, of Catletts-burwrites Mrs. S. A. Keller, Eiida. will arrive Wednesday after- Ohio, "l'eforu taking them I was noon to be the guest of his daugh- sick for two years with indigestion. ter, Mrs. E. C. Walton and Mr. Wal- Sold by all dealers. ton during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Circuit Clerk M. C. Xewhmd . A. Hill were in J'anvillu Monday the guests oi her bought .7. W. Ford run r, about Iat week, and will uit i:i Mrs. Claude Penny baker. Mi-- e for next Kliabi'th hum year, a.-- hU friends are taking il will spent the holiday with their aunt, Jirs. n. C. J.e( ompte at for granted h will be a candidate g, TJoi-he-ler's FcSiae Siareif - The Centaur CompaW, NEW YOKK. ' Thirty Years CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. TMV " aValB AAUHA... new tphk wwnraiiT, ..a. VITT si.-te- -e K.-n.c-v I II Rex Coal I im - I i- Black Star -- ( - - Black Crescent - I syrit J n"t I -- i- I I w i r J. f xfmfr . -- e f ! - I "li . REX COAL YARDS Successor to E. B. Denham s,. - I - I IW1I-- - J tort.-iinin- u , Shoes and Rubbers Big line of Shoes and Rubbers at reduced prices. Call and see our line before buying. G. M. LYONS Successor to HUGHES & MARTIN Don't Forget to Go to T. D. NEWLAND Opposite Court House For your Christmas Oysters, Celery and Cranberries Telephone 168 cvemnji. Miss Ann, D. McR-djertwas in The Chin ity ; 'vcn b lit. (Lancaster wjtn nenus .Natnrday. 'Elk j.odge of Da.i!le a de- a. 1. D. is alili coalmen tu lightful l event iar we.-k- . . iu. honi0 by illness. number of Stiwii', id and other out- . Mr-,. Ij. Laud and children Jade.. v.erc. on tin- - li- -: have gone to Mowlmg Jroeii, where rone-.- ? :js ti'v.'U T tbiPIiau of pat . lhe will make their future horn. : ville M"e..seiiger Mr... as li. o. Mclioberts continues quite Lafon Riker, M"ix. Ah red C::riev, iu wnn ue mip, ins many mends re- - Mrs. K(H,u::m Kcwjl1 . y (.; . ey Allin of ." Mi . . l"M'A hati bceU m 31ont-iE:ki- n, Mrs. .1. K. Stoiric.. .J. cello lor the past week doing oj.trjE. Bobinson, Mrs. J. if. Ila.eMe,,. M1 work iof Lancaster. Mrs. Wm Sh::nk... Mr-,- . i. Uyatl, ol J. Oneida, Sheltor. Mr,. ( arr li lenn is vitsnng h.r parents, Mr. Shanks, Mrs. Sauflev. Joe Kiee. of Stanford, and Mrs. . O. Ware this week. r John Pr:.H, Mr,,. Claude Mrs. Jilburn Brent leit this weeklf Pf.rrwi'l.. to join her husband in their new home In (Ja.rrard comity. HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT Wallace went to M.iy.-vill- ,, Saturday t work a. etra The People's Market Place Adver-YoUse What ;nail j'nve to Sell on the train .'tarimr the Chri.tma. ru.li. Christmas presents at Mueiler's Wil.'iam Grbic. and Mi.. Jewelry Store, Stanford. .Marion Grimes are at home from college at Lexington for the rhris(m:,:- A XEW electric lantern at W. 11. holidays b:,llcr.v Trv A. M. Warren has been ..nfineil !Hi?eins-- ' ed hy a 10('"1 to hi home for several davs with a ne infection of his nose lie is DIAMOND rings, diamond pen-- " improving- rapidly now. MiLisa Ilollzelaw, who has ants, diamond brooches, etc.. at 97tf. Ken at the College of Music at Cin Mueller's Jewelry Store. cinnati, is- at home with her mother, 7, . ncT ,yi,! 1o1t' a"l l:re- - liv' Mrs. Anna Bnilev for the holidays, j fw "tuin to J. W. Aeey. Sla- Mis Katherine Gregory, whJ is ? '3 a special music conr..e at the College of Music in Cjncimi.it; ;a ' BRACELETS, bracelet watches. here with be,wtfoft.o.. T...i.... f Ul.UJi,.- ioeketp, "'"l"!.-!lavallieres, cuff button, drme- - P. Rnilov. -!'. tli J.ni;.i.. . ll'S fob, toilet sets. etc. etc. at Meul-ier- s Mis JoephineCaiiienter, who is ipHiidimr.Ihe winter with sister, Mr.. Tinnier Carpenter, at SIidbyville and GENTS and ladies wntehe. tailing- special nmie lessons is at clocks and silverware etc. at h.ime with her piirents, Dr. and Mrs. MueJIer's 9t5-ts M.-.l- ' i j j ! COULD DIE Way. .o-ia- Aid Be Free Froa Her Troibles, When You Have a Policy Written by lot Finds Better arys-Aur- j j t--s Bromley & Bromley Insurance Agents You Know That It Is Worth Face Value fal!-ws- Columbia, Term. "Many a time," jessie, Sharp, of this place, !r ..."u j Harr.-dsbui".- ir,. -- pr. M:-:o- Sin-Jcli.- u u Pari-May-- uHc .i-t- er. housework. The least amount of work tired me out. My head would swim, and I would iremble for an hour or more. Finally. ook Cardui. the woman's Innir. aiu! I am not bothered with pains any mor, . and I don't have tc go to bed. In fact, am sound and well oi all my troubles." Cardui goes to all the weak spots ?r.a helps to make them strong. It ac;s wish nature not against her. It is for t! e ired. nervous, irritable women, who fe l is if everything were wrong, and need j something to quiet their nerves and strengthen the worn-o- ut system. , If you are a woman, suffering from anv ; oi me numerous symptoms ot womani trouble, take Cardui. It will help you. At all druggists. 1 1 of my (suffering, from womanly trouble-- . i couia not get up, without pulling r.l something to help me, and stayed in dcJ most of the time. 1 could not do my When Called For Payment. Fire, Life, Health and Accident, Live Stock, Bonds, n Plate Glass, etc. "Not Here for a Day, But For All Time'? Stanford, Kentucky. B''sMm. when M'E '. tht isen ::.a Think c'...jir i- -1 l'i.rsp-.i s r. ttuz-tz-'.-- y u.SiHJEKill-tSt.B(:- !ot-- u 1 r.in- - ' "U-iuu- s - i Medicine Co.. Ladies' Writ to: Chertanos Advisory Dep. . Cr.utanccta. Tern., tor .t,-unstt Hiiicr.i op.ycur case ar.cl bosk. "Hcn-.- e Treaimer.t Jor jr. plain wrapper. K.C. IS? 64-psWcn-.er.." i J,5.nnt' :: .7.":- - 'r!. -CrBjial5fs. .t- r l '-.U'OV Bourbon Hon ChcJera Rfcrr.ojlv the chjv reptr ocr pnt r? tnt is i:u.3,-V-. :oe cholera I: ..i Lc:e-ar ::t i.n..nz Ar'r tnrt r l"-- ti'&nj-.- . lif. t r Iu vC..B ':. V9.Wir --. 2rrtra i $Z, SSrtf :i wi; f"' ji .t:-t- r urt r,.-K'!f.- ( "'h" t yr.nr licz: RRKKOV COHNY j.M... K. hnoMot f a- '"' T:r:: """- - -. ct ?rcvr.t' rcojcdy. At A.i - - - I ! tnJ-ina- - - ., T , - - J ! V 96-U- 1. V i BALL BAND OVERSHOES ir ( Carpenter. ' Misses Frances and Mary North, ,..,. the suvpla-mil- k NOTICE Bid of IJustonvillc, have one to spend of the Stanford Creamery iron the winter with fheir brothor. Cbas. Jan. 1st to ;.") will' be reJuly 1."). 11. North at Philadelphia. Pa. Thev ceived until noon December, t!i. will also visit i.tber phiee of inter-- j 30th. II. J. MeRMrlKRTS, Secr est. 7. G. d. LISTEN or desiring to place money in large or small amounts on savings will do well to advise with us before doing so elsewhere. Yours to Serve, Ail persons having 5 101-t- d J made with Snow Excluders Water cannot seep in at the side. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. KENTUCKY WOMAN, SUFFERER FROM STOMACH - - - Rooms Recently Vacated by Perkins Will Be Rent January 1, 1915. Dr. Fr W. H. Higgins' ILLS, QUICKLY RESTORED Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy. Mrs. Belle Hawkins Uses Mayr The first dose proves no long treatKemeay "Never Felt Better ment. Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy in My Life." clears the digestive tract of mucoid acMrs. Belle Hawkins, of Eminence, cretions and removes poisonious matter. It brings swift rcher to sufferers Ky., was a victim of stomach disorders. from ailments of the stomach, liver and She took a great deal of treatment and bowels. Many declare it has saved thni medical attention. 'from dangerous operations and manv At last she tried Mayr's Wonderful are sure it has saved, their lives. We want all people who have Stomach Remedy and got real results. chronic stomach trouble or constiIn a letter telling of her experience she pation, no matter of how lou? sa:d: "I have takpn all of the medicines I standing, to try one dose of Mayr's one ordered of you and will say it has done wonderinl Stomach Remedy dose will convince you. This is the more good than all the doctors and medicine so many of onr people medicines I ever tried. I don't reallv have been taking with surDrisin? re tnink l am well. I never felt better in sults. The most thorone-- svstom my life. If I ever should need anv med cleanser ever sold. Mayr's Wondericine I know where to get it". ful Stomach Remedy is now Kold That is a typical letter, taken as one here by Penny's Drug Store and. mong the thousands from the 'users of druggists everywhere. ... h State Bank & Trust Co. Stanford, Kentucky Or ') thc -- INTERIOR JOURNAL STAN FORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 22. 1914. UL'drMMU II H. C. BRIGHT, President J. S. PRICE, Vice President ALLEN HIEATT, Secretary We Have Sold the Past Week 250,000 Pounds of Tobacco Over Our Breaks ii are usually this and easily worried, sleep does not re fresh and Ihc system gets weaker and weaker. Scott's Emulsion corrects nervousness In force of nourishmen- t- it feeds the nerve centres by distributing energy and power all over the body Don't resort to alcoholic mixtures or orug concoctions. your nervet nothing oqaah or conuKtrca with it. bat intitt on the genuine SCOTT'S. ,,.,. EVERY DRUGGIST HAS IT. Get SCOTT'S EMULSION for r &&wittiMlXHi&MOgOL?UgWNi'j - 1..,, , I,, ii s' $ 5 ''in-- ! it ij RaBBfBB.aBBBHSJfBBBBBa2flHk"BBBBBBBBBB si Ti f 31 FARM AND STOCK NEWS A. D. Adam id 1:; iic:.i oi (Ye .it jiiiiiriii hogs to .lone- nliii thicc-foip'i- h cent :i pound. Sc hwvsa't- - r i:;j- i ' " ? zrz5? T'ltfc e ii4www 4a.... . ww ss3cw .JBrr 29BmMKZ-mWKr-- W . . rf"""V i 7 'i 1MB' kw iW1 There has been a marked improvement from day to day, as COLORS and DRY Tobacco begins to come in. One entire crop averaged $14,70 Mr. L. P. Yandelfs with no throwouts. Best price tor the week $19.00. We close Tuesday, Dec. 22; next sale after that date Tuesday, Dec. 29 first sale after holidays at our House. Bring us your Tobacco and we will do the rest. Col. R. E. Holland, the best Auctioneer in thje State, is with us. HE GETS THE PRICE. Yours for business legitimately. Cummin, J Yeaeln-r-villc- . Auder-o- n -- - I Villi- -, of I. (.id " hipped la- -t :i of hop- - .ir per - l Oin.-iiiiia- li week, for linn- - which they ivecivci -- 7.10 !..i. took a jiniijt on ilii- Dan-- 4 .Monday ami ;rov.cr arc tuihIi better plen-e- d wiih i 'rices nin ;ill the way up Incorporated DANVILLE, KENTUCKY WALNUT STREET 17 rent-- - ;i pound. Harry Frye, to Hear Hubble, -- old nto- -t oi' hi .".0(M' pound aroiu.d l: rent.--: and '"ol. H. , H. "ot if Oral 1H rent- - and better for a load. A On account of the very bad weaCOMMISSIONER'S SALE C0MMISSI0NERS SALE trcaicndou- - lot of flu weed has leeu ther la.--t week, two ales scheduled In obedem e to a jiulirntont of ihe gobcr Into the Danville markets. for la- -t Saurday were II. V. Mill ete. FlaiutiiT at Lincoln (.'ireirit Court rendered at Sale- - have elo-c- d there ui.til next The Tate and Me-.-- er Vn will he Xotiee of Sale AUCTION ihe November term I'M 1 in tlu suit Tuc.-da-y. II. Ii. .Mill. te. Defendant held Wednc-da- y Deeemlier "JOth ami On Thursday, December III, at 10 of W. .1. Dnrhaiii ajraiu-- t J:i?iie- - J.J ft ran! Hammond- -, of rcn the llarri- - laixl sale on Tuesday I'ur.-ua- iit to a .judgment rendered o'clock .in the morrinir. at my store. Durham ete. ami iMelvinnev Depo-- j ville. -- old Jen head of AS administrator with the will annexed of James A. Harris, deDeeemher '20th. n .ii:!iin- -t ; on in tiie Lincoln Circuit Court, in aboe Corner Third and Main streets, I will jit Dank lio'j- - at five and a half renf per , ; , A Mr. Wright, of Colamhia. T'un., c:.. i ii ..i.i: .! the undorsiued (.omiiuioiicr ceased, I will on action, at it- - Juiif term l!H''f! " "'l "l l"""" i'"1""" ' " pound. The !'i- -t of 1,(. month to J. wjin in Danville '.Monday biiyitur . . . will, on . It: re that behmsr to Robert & ('aid !M. I 're . fJcorgc Sutton, of the miller, for th,. government. It was I .lie iiiMier-iunk ommi-ione- r, win well. The fixtures consist! f one i Mnnrinv lailii.irv II IQIR :!4 head of lie bought -- ix head from Far-ri- - oil I'ali's lare fireproof afe. three ; ;n in At 2 P. M. sell, at the dwelling htuse on the premises, at public o. Il(? c.irtholl. lior- - to the siinc at five and .V Farii at K0 a head. There Monday, January II, 1915 slmcwi. Stsinloitl. Kv.. ell at public otitcrv outcry to the highest bidder, 100 acres of land, it being part of the eiirni root Hoor u..w cent- - i ihhhkI. a- no -- toc on the market and -- mall tep case- -, one lucycle, be.- -t bidder, on a James A. Harris farm and A writer in the Farmer Home but little trading in mule., or Count v Court Dav in front of the ladder, water cooler, door and win-- : t lw higlitft and that part upon which is located the old ,.reijjt f x mouth- -, a hou-- e and .Totti'iia' aid: T'.u: r:tr Harris heme. court hou-- e door, t r Stanford. Ky. tow -- creel1.- : ml other article too j Jot on ea- -t -- ide of pike runnimr from . paid a to I.. . Ale-,- er. Stan- numerous to mention. ulc ..nin i TuruerviHe t,. AlcKinney at ::( o'clock I. AL, offer tor adjoin- This land is located about three miles west of Stanford, and foj'i. J.'.. where he e" XOTICK TO ST(CK HOI.DFJ'S . at public outcry t. th.. hihe-- t and i promptly at 10 o'clock. JOHN .1 the lands of E. P. Woods, S. T. Harris and R. C. Honker, and i bv -- ?';.! l ' ii hi roll- - whieh aiy a very Tlte reunlar annual meelinir of the )e.. T..i...f... . '7 r..llltl.iv oune.l . . .. t t -'- "-" J,J'" v.... '" r:eor-- e Given- -, IW now in possession of S. T. Harris, who wiil be ylad to show same to -t bidder the followiiisr desenbedr - iwrr piiiji-i!i- ir thu: lot. lii- - eoin::i two year of the Crab ' Cal.iwell. Danville. Kv. yinniuir at a tone corner to George any persons calling there. ohi ifrfj. JJilcoli! Chniee. ji e" ,, .;lllriu Auetioneer. Hankin- - Company Avill be held on the r.1)t T (jiveu- -: thence S. 7.'! E. 10 Th; (! ha been -- ccond Tue-da- v -- einlly nivmi-it- i. This land will be sold for one-thi- rd cash, and remainder in two in Januarv next atlliickv. on the water of Duck Creek,! - to n io!ethence S. 12 V. equal payments, due in six and twelve months from January I, 1915. a u.MMi winner. bot, in his wc:rilinr 1 0 o'clock A. M.. at their bankinir1 near lliulilaiui. Kv: Dcinnuig on a S pole to a stone: thence N. and bearing interest from that date until paid, at six per cent. ''' and yearling. Public Sale ironii?es to hou-- e in Crab Orchard. Kv. T. C. i 1. ...... 1. Lill'lHU i.W ?w1i tn ,4 I' 'I' i li..i ..feJ llili IW JVIW IH'LTU ; Ml on; . -t pole-- ; to a 99-t- d nclop info a bih da !ioro. Bailey. Cashier. Full and complete possession will be given on or before Jan. 15.1915 white oak: thence S "Jo Wednesday, December 23, 1914 j lar and side of allev: corner to (icn- - thence i At same time and place. I will also sell a small lot of household furo0 jioi'j to a white oak and maple:! pole-- to .heiiinuiiiirj mile east of N. 12 I!. S One and one-ha- ll ' thence N i"i i !fl mill... In m liii!vMiV eontaiuiiiu: one acre and one ple of j niture, the property of Mrs. SusanHarris, deceased. "" '" '" :t Ky.,havitur old my farm V 72 'Xl' Saletn, '2 S :i till noli!:i !' thence X 42 Col. I. M. Dunn, Auct. P. M. McROBERTS. the deed made and must yive num. ' ; pole- - to a lake in corner of lot No.; The object of the -- ale - to 1 willr Ms Admr., C. T. A. of Jas. A. Harris, deceased. Jsiu. 1, li)lo, ;'.: thence S " V 08 pole to a j tle above named date and plaeer ofthe judgment of W. ' Durham beecji at the be.uiuuini;. cntniuiim per cent intcre-fer .it public Mitcry, without re- - for .fl0" with 101:. .tnd the judtr-mei-tit Iwii lM4 tfl aill .ik lilitt'i. i.l ljaw from Feb, 2", 2pf!9L . kiiiktii lit. k yj i..a.. .. flit HI tii. 3 2: I'eumuri!; at an cim.,, coiner he- ol' the AlcKinney Dco-i- t l.-ni ,. A. . . ... tveen Air. . and II. u. AhlU line oiuii iiropertv: . . iK!") with -- ix per cent intere-- t two mare eiirnS a.n nine veai'a-- . i"f w S S2 h S p de- -, 1.5 link- - to wlulv. from December 14. 1012 and the , j . ,. ... .... ., ,, javk: one mare iive-- t o- -t in ... ol IlilK. lllUIlll- - 1,1 VU1H II. II. --Villi. action. ioii, wrth , VI'MC oiu; one nuy lwo years oiui . -line. 47 .le to stake near a while. : . tv1 ...!... ofm ecyni'. ii;iiiuit- - 10 mi- - oui- . ,, .. , oak stump o- -e to the t.nler line i mi inner hc:mur six ner cent, m- ., ,. Mtrftt ao nine veara- out, tu uanus; link- - rone N l:; Y :s pol-- s. . ,. ... ,..,,., tere.- -t from date of sale, havimr . li&l. Ivvr lillll ri. ;FUJX11' tlv-,l.,tV "fci "fr black oak: the corner ajrrced on be nlfl ...-.,force and effect of a judgment and ...l.lj-k. nvtit.i jv...d J.llfi. 11. tween It. 'Mills and secured lieu will be required of thf .kv, .1. I......1 I.. ....If. . .... l.... ri il i WALL PAPER K Wltll Al- -j . , May 21, 1008. S 50 iircha-e- r. K. D. PBXXlXOTON .---PARLOR SETS . 101 ?.V riiilevs l.uc 48 pole to a little lull er, Ikl fre-- h . . sprmy:: one .. " black M. C L. C C in . DAVENPORTS che-lm- it ... the corner r't ween Das- - ' heiler. hall black poltv will be Lre.-- li COUCHES tin and Martin: thenct. with .Mar- - . -PICTITIE how Fridaj and Sat- . some hoy;: .,- Ant;oi'u i ROCKERS IS pole 1 huK- -' in pniur: ... urdav niijht; . . In: line S oh f f m wheat. drill; MORRIS CHAIRS . a b"cch on north side ol brauclr;) "ats: ball interest ... to : wayon. ncarlv new; A Wood niow- A SLEEPY HOLLOW CHAIRS 10 im!cs 20 links' tlienc,. N 48 Zndora. nit; machine; liav, rake, vjnyon and LIBRARY TABLES . to elm at th" beuiniinnr. contaiiuii. ,, wasron iiarur-s- ; mitrtrv ni Harness WRITING DESKS acre-- more or u . roit and plows and other fanitiim- tool "5 BOOK CASES BOWEliS A STU3IACH9 ' it Nil lieuiiiuiii'r Tract i oi corn: :u,UWl pound.--I IS-- I JW iiarret K BRASS BEDS i A'e want all neonfe who have chronic take in !a lic thenct SS o rim ll I stomacn trotiuieor ain?iipauon. no mat ' i) hav: rrvw six octave ii .ikv-- ' - mm DRESSERS tiT. !-r .r 'XxM'poh XZiTJ U from t'reenberir corner. lioiiseiioitl void kitchen furiiitiire ter of how lontr standing, to tr one ' V WTj DRESSING TABLES a 12 foot la:ie from thence tnniac h r itiider 20 cash: doe ol Mavr- - Wonderlul TFif.MS Sum hou-- e SHIRT WAISTS BOXES road. S 0 2 E to the Remedv one dose will convince von. 'tie virr th.-.-t ai.unt on a credit of 12 j This r the medicine .so i" CEDAR CHESTS pole- - to a -- take in yard. mam of our BUFFETS iiiliM-p-wftli li'.:il :iiiiI lie- - local people have been taking with -- urDINING TABLES link- - fiom S W corH SO Y 4 S t PEDESTALS -- otiabie note- -. DR JAMES WES i ne mo'st tliorouirb t prising results. i tdccc inn!;: trout rooiji of it.ui.-- e: uai CHINA CABINETS ner of system clean.cr we ever .sold. Mayr's ' .yixpTjc.,! LEY, Hustouille, Ky. R. F. D. I. i hence with the southwest of the SIDE BOARDS Kl LABINtlS Wonderful Ifenry Thomas, Auctioneer. Sale! sold hen: by Stomach Remedy ii now l CHIFFONIERS TRUNKS mam buildintr thence N, 80 E 08-hour . A. Af. sharp. j Penny's Drug Store and Drnggists Evi pole- - to the southwest corner of ygT A 1? C t i ai At tne same timL. an fiacc. usjeryWhere . VV i. uo 1.1 main room: tiieucc or i ol me nue- . .j . or poles io a stake on east slue d.ftj niniuu-irai,tn't-- . ' will elE the follow- branch with poiuter- - thence S lo-- i "-.rmi-' " '" K .V.) ooles I.. -- t:i Ice with ooinleis "'- t,wu ' E!'Jfttk': t,,m' ",llk in outsiile line: thence N 81 , , ........ v i ; l !!--iic.m nioiiiii; iiiiv i.. , io ne ire-- u . I 'J ' 1 (I01VIO Ml.lM-- i... i. I'veive-ywii-m- u ,l',' " ""t,lW T. no- b- to while ,.k and oo.ilar: c'nnio,i: ;,ne raiuv: 'thence X 88 W SO pole to the mu- one veanintr con. nnLicn coiitaininu: -- 0 acres more KINNEY, Atfmr. or It . TuIkh-c- vil'e srsn i Kil priee--obtaine- Danville Tobacco Warehouse Company. Store Fixtures P'-P'IC 1 po.-tpoii- ed. -- On-hard- Sale of Valuable Land Tuesday December 29, 1914 ISO-pou- nd cross-petitio- . . eu ... ! J00-pom- iil eae. ,,,. I -- ie-enll- y .i--t I ale in-pei- -t'd On-hard- ! i'' '"" 'i.-- .f- """ (.': ..,....,. ad-Joi- ns de-crili- cd n.-- u -4 -2 -- I I .- ', -2 I SANDERS I -- -- i- -a- t-i-fy ! I t i' iki-in- a i i -- The Big Gift Storethe Store to Buy Your Xmas Gifts. A Great Assortment at Small Prices. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. -2 .,-,- .,... .,,,.,. I --.. ! ,,...,, ii. k i 1 Ill' ! J 1 & -2 ..... ",.,.,, ' I ! i ti; -- 1- -2 1 - rr cbeat . ialet .... -- -4 J ! 1- -2 'r "." 11 ' . -- I iiZAwm J i - - -- 72-1- I) r I :'.-- ! Si-10- 1) 3j . I a . - VAMi,MU TDIDDI iIIUDL.ti,Jiamuiu, CJ -2 I 1- -2 ''v" -' .-1- 11 - IIII-IIU- I -4 hei-i'inin- 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 io seieci Troin. KUFFLERS HOSIERY ract Xo. 4 - lc!;iiiuin: at a stone tm south side of the dke: tlietice S 0' E IS pole. Hi l:uk to a stake S 2(5 pole- - 0 links to stone in 0 -- 2 We will offer at nublie auction at YV right's line; thence nearly east the Pink Cottage Farm, a mile and with Wriyhr line to the Alills" line: of Stanford on Ihc Uus- thence nearlv north with said Mills' j hali piwe, on line to the lane Jwuliiijr to Stanford pike thence wiih lane to the pike; Wednesday, December 30, 1914 theme with pike to the beginning at 10 o'clock A. Af., the contamint; 12 acre.-- more or less. following: hve-toc- k: Said sale made subject to the Two jacks, oue, the .ureat J. II. with inter- - Haughmau jack. Sam-o- n, luortitntro lien of the other ' from .lani'.arv 1, 1010. as describ-- i 7 jennet.- -, a. black and ia rl Public Sale . Madison acco "" bet-innin- Warehouse tt in ed am .Mort-r:'j;- e Hook "Al" i I LADIES' AND MISSES CLOAKS .. SUSPENDERS SUPPORTERS NECKWEAR rrr SHOES HANOKIERCHSiEFS Lincoln t'ountv Clerk's office. mure "..1 f...f.i c ..i t. i sa e .. aoe on a cxetut o. ..:.. , si.. j mouths. Purchaser required to xe".thMe Jcrseys; six brood mart..s , c...' oonu appio eo persona, e.ux.- - ,)red thmj 1ut. t.jUs: ' . r ty due and j.avable six months Irom mniMllWlts. nlumt tlate of sale with ix per cent, inter- - 4(J0 (t f(l(l oufcj (t o. M 'e-- t until paid ami lien retained on (u Hc ym bonds SaU n- - ovhhli, as t,H.n. wiH ,M. .land to -- ecure payment t.f Witness my hand Det'iuuer 21, HM-lip t fh on da a of ri, r l'ae 441- - fftlin .rr... .. ..1.1 IU I LlIU 'IIMll, Vc.'Aiu Tim. .Ivnl'i ' lion; 20 fat hojrs; a nice draft riui.. ot-l- t ! i will open for the reception of Tobacco, Monday, November 30th. First Sale Wednesday, December 2nd. Capacity 250,000 Pounds Daily Richmond Market in Prices and Pounds Last Year. We solicit your business. Free stalls for teams, splendid lights,. courteous, treatment. C. H. VAUGHT, Sec. E. C MILLION, Pres. E. DEATHERIDGE, Treas. Richmond, Kentucky We Led the ------ SHIRTS HOUSE SLIPPERS ACKINAWS RAINCOATS OVERCOATS CL0THNG HATS CAPS sale TATE & MESSER. TALFERS UNDERSKIRTS SU!T CASES AN0 TRUNKS HAND BAGS GOWNS AND NIGHT SHIRTS MEMORIALS. No tribute i so appropriate a raouument. cut from aranite. It stands nnclitinsed, preserving memory through the long eit-.liiri- nu nn-altre- Stanford, Ivy., ! TO THE PUBLIC I represent the largest and best madeclothing house in this countryEd V. Price & Co., Chicago. 111.,! My experience in measuring and di- reeling the making of your clothes.! gives me the advantage over one who; will j is not a practical tailor. If you give me your order I will promise you j a square deal. You will get the worth ot your money, ctiner in uic encapc-gradeor the higher priced. My fall and winter line of samples are now ready for your inspection. Call and let me show yott. H. . HUPLEYj to-ord- er d, J . years. I invite you to see my work and designs before you buy a ROBINSON'S ----- s monument. HARRY JACOBS. Stanford. Ky. The Practical Tail. i - , ..