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I The InteSor Journal Stanford, Lincoln Cwuty. Kwrticky Eugene Friday, January I, and 1915- - rlii- - .- - u spWatc XMj Paper xStesa Waea Tew Time tae Date Oa Lakel aai Scaaw Year Sakecriaiiea Pxematly. Tuesdays and Fridays AT UNCLE SAM CATCHES .HUSBAND STABS WIFE TWO LOCAL BOOTLEGGERS TO DEATH AT DANCE CATTLE KILLED IN WRECK Spragens Dodd EASTERN STAR BANQUET James Cloyds of Georgetown College, are at home Shipment of Fat this week for the Christinas holi- Delightful days.- They are looking well. - A colored boy held ticket 539 RECORD BREAKING AVERAGES PEOPLE'S WAREHOUSE . Beeves Destroyed All RDecords in the State if Kentucky For The Present Season Were Casey Man Said to Have Become Deputy Collector Saufley Working and Hard To Break Up Business 1 Enraged When He Found Her James C'oyd, a well known West drew the free turkey given by Bur Broken Wednesday at People's Warehouse in Danville Hustonville, Dec.31 End farmer, shipped a car load of ton & Myers, the proprietors of th . In His District His Enemy Dancing With The members of the extra cattle to the Cincinnati mar- picture show at the opera .house. gave a delightful banquet Thursday J. J. Allen, of Hustonville, Gets An Average of $19 Per Hundred Far Hustonville, Dec. 31. Stanford lost two of lier most dis- ket several days ago. On their ar.LattiQ Joe illis reports havinjt had eveninir of last week at ih':r ro 7 I At a dance at tlie home of a Mr. tinguished bootleggers for a season rival at the Queen City it was found a narrow escape from being burned in the Masonic hall which Entire Crop. One Basket Brings 26 Cents a Pour was well Hai. Million! Peinberton ' btabbed this week, when Deputy U. S. that the market would not justify to death last week while making attended, most of the members befliLs wife to death, with a poeket Marshal Charles Winfrey of Soin- - him to sell there so the beeves were lard at his home two and a half ing present. The room was at- Robert Naylor of Garrard County Gets the Big Average of $18-5For (knife, whiile she was dancing with cret, and Deputy Collector Rowan shipped on to Jersey City under con miles west of here. The kettle took tractively decorated for the occaHis Crop Bidding Spirited, Prices High and Not a Single f 3. C. 'Edwards, a man whom it is Saufley, of this city, arrested Will signment of Greene, iEmbry & Co.- - fire on fhe inside where the lard sion- After formal bushies- - of the Basket is Rejected People's House Sells . ifraid Peinberton did not like. Lee and Jeff Bryant, both colored. En route to the east the car was was- being cooked and Joe says he members repaired down stairs at Over 200,000 Pounds in Two Days also been se Marshal Winfrey took them to Dan- wvecked Luds is said to have and about a half of the was scared clean out of his wits for seven o'clock where they were greet- ville and they will be tried in the cattle were killed outright and the a few minutes. 'verely cut and stabbed by Peinbered by music from Morel and's young ()ldtime high prices and big av- iy." pounds, per pound Sidney Adams, of Cleveland, Ohio orchestra. A menu of oyster soup, toa while interfering in the struggle federal court on charges of selling others badly damaged. The Cin20c between Pemberton, his wife and wliiskj without government license. cinnati livestock firm at once wir- was over from Stanford last week chicken and turkey, lettuce dress- erages were realized at the People's 300 pounds per pound .15 cj a. :. x ?a- i. va .:a ..IjU.iius. iunuiusj it as saiuj ic - Warrants for their arrest were sworn ed Mr. Cloyd at Hustonville asking to see his brothers and sisters Miere ing, ham, pickles, jellies, beaten bis- Tobacco Warehouse on Perry ville 'J15 pounds, per pound . 15 l-ceived four very dangerous wounds out by Deputy 'Collector Saufley, him to furnish affidavit as to tile and siient a couple of days with his cuits, coffee, ice cream and cake and street in Danville Wednesday morn" 55 pounds, per pound . ...9 l-from Pembertou's knife may yet who is doing everything within his weight and value of the steers when many friends at his old home. J. J. AllejB, of Hustonville, j 15 pounds per pound other things to eat. The table literal- ing. .10 o The entertainment given by the ly groaned under the feast of good Lincoln county, got b cents a pound 'prove fatal. Eads is said to have power to break up bootlegging in his started to market, which Mr. Cloyd Average, 18 -2 Cents. been cut across the arms and stab-Uie- d district. He has been blrougly com- furnished at once. He had an offer children of the graded school on the things. A number of interesting talks lor one basket and made the rec Galloway and Ball ,of Boy'e counin the abdomen. After realiz- mended on all sides for his good of seven and a half cents a pound night of th 23d was a grand ullair were made afterward which were average of 19 cents a ty, sold the following: ing what he had done Pemberton is work. A gallon and a half of whis- for them by a Hustonville buyer be- and all performed their parts ex- enjoyed by all. The music furnished pound for his entire crop. Robert 200 pounds, per pound 12c ,taid to have tried to use his knife ky were found in Lee's room in fore he decided to ship them. ceedingly Avell. Parents turned out by the talented young orchestra was Naylor, of Garrard county, received ..30 pounds, per pound 10 3"4c ou himself and to have attempted Macksville when he was arrested but in goodly numbers to see what pro especially complimented on all sides. an average of lS.oO per hundred 105 pr.uuds, per pound IS l-Ho kill himself but failed and fell he claimed that it belonged to his gress (heir little ones are making Mr. C. K. McClure brought them'! for his crop. It is ueed'ess to sav 75 pounds, per pound HUSTONVILLE M 3"4c aown by the side of his wife ex- lister. Bryant attempted to make a Lair's dogs were culled to Burn-sid- e and went, home well pleased. Much over in his hack. Those who com- that with the big Jump in prices en 1S5 pouud, per pound 14,l-2- e hausted and became unconscious. getaway when the officers went to last week and made a suceess-fs- d credit is given to Prof. Robinson posed the orchestra and their insrtu-ment- s, thusiasm was unbounded and the 130 pounds, per pound 14" When he was aroused he is said his house but they caught him with were: Miss Virginia Dinwid-di- e, growers left town with their pock S5 pounds, per pound trail. About a year ago the dogs and the splendid faculty of teacher- 10 ls to have remembeied nothing of the little trouble. George B. Straitor left on the 24th viola; Miss Kathryn McClure, ets lull of money, boosting the mar 100 pounds, per pound went theie to catch the one who had 10 'deed. He is said to Jbe in a critical broken in a store and they make for his home in Lexington to spend violin; Miss Catherine Coffey, violin: velous success of the People 370 pounds, per pound 9 l-condition. All of the parties live ISO pounds, per pound jind they made Christmas. A GOOD MOTHER GONE Earl Bell, bass violin; James Pipes, House. broken in a store 0 on Reynolds' Creek in Casey couA striking cudence of the success 210 pounds, per pound Paul Jessie, a mile out on the (.olio. The evening was enjoyed greatto the same house, but they did not 3c nty. Pemberton was arrested and Mrs. P. G. Warner Dies Tuesday find any of the stolen goods as they Stanford pike, was painfully hurt a ly by all present and it was with re- at the People's house Wednesday Average 10 5 Cents. placed in jail in Liberty. Mrs. Wright anj r'axris, of Mercer did the first time. Close watch is be- few days ago Avhile driving a team gret that they saw this most pleas- morning is exemplified in the fact Morning After Lenghty Illness Fenibarton is alleged to have gone ing kept o)u the man of this house "for James Clovd. He was on a ant entertainment come to a close. that not a single basket was re- county, sold the following. to the dance against her husband's jected of the entire offerings. During 200 pounds, per pound wagouload of feed troughs and one "Blessed are the dead which die by the officers. 14 l-wishes but promised if he woud in the Lord,'' and thrice blessed is the two days this week the People's 235 pounds, per pound NOBLE WEST END WOMAN R. A. Lipps and wife of Danville, of thm began to shift over which 14 l-stay with the children she would she who tor seventy years lived the were over to the reunion of the overbalanced him and threw him to house has sold practically a quar- 500 pounds, per pcund 13 34c not remain long. At 12 o'clock life and kept the faith. 10 Ware family last week, when a great the wheel with one leg caught which Passes Away at Hustonville After ter of a million pounds of tobacco 315 pounds, per pound Pemberton went after her and upat most highly satisfactory prices. 11)5 pounds per ponnd Mrs. Susan E. Warner, wife of time was had. It was the first he could not extract. The mules ba Long Invalidism 14c on opening the door found her Mi. P. G. Warner, died at the home time in many years that all the bro- rame frightened aiiU tried to run The outlook is most' encouraging 205 pounds, per pound 14c With the closing of the year came and with the prevailing high prices 20 pounds, per pound dancing with Edwards. He is said on Logan avenue at an early hour thers and sisters were all together. away but ho held on to them and 13c to have become so enraged at the Tuesday morning, after an illness of S 3"4c Mrs. C. R. McCorinack and son, saved ,himsclf from being crushed the end of a beautiful life. Mrs. lEui-m- a it is apparent that much tobacco 225 pounds per pound sight that he pulled his knife and a lengthy duration. Her trouble be Carroll, of Danville, are here for the to death. He was very lucky to esAdams Newborn, wife of David will be brought to Damille from, for- 120 pounds, per pound 13 started upon his awful deed. gan with paralysis, and from the Christmas holidays with relatives cape with only one leg badly hurt J. Newborn, was born, grew to wom- eign territory. Among the many 250 pounds, per pound 14 l-Mrs. Dave Daugherty is No More start little hope was had for her re anj friends. compelled to use crutches for anhood, and married in Bolivar, high averages received, the follow- 55 pounds, per pouud and is 13 Mrs. David Daugherty, aged 6G covery. The burial occurred in the leniiessee. About thirty yeans ago ing are given in detail: 440 pounds, per pound 7 Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Rogers, of x while. years, died at their home near Mc- - Lancaster Cemetery at 12:30 Wed Louisville, are here with Mrs. RogJ. J. Allen, of Lincoln county, sold Mrs. Helen Huffman sent her niece she vith her family came to HusAverage 12 -5 Cents. Kinney on Thursday, December 24, j nrsday, brief services being held at ers' parents, Mi', and Mrs. J. P. Mrs. Nellie Gibbs at Washington, tonville where she has since matle the following: McEeath and Murphy of Lincoln 85 pounds, per pound 2uV county, sold the following. after a lingering illness. She was j the home by Revs. M. D. Early and Good. D. C. a fine Kentucky black cake her home. Always frail in body, her undaunt- oO pounds, per pound the wife of David Daushertv. a well D. M. Walker, beginning at 10 :30. 20c 325 pounds, per pound 15 l-Mr and Mrs. Clay Godbey, of for Christmas by parcel post last ed spirit and courage and energy 35 pounds, per pound known farmer, and was a faithful At this service many of the friends Liberty, have been on a visit to his week. 170 pounds, per pound I4c 15c of the Xeal's Creek Metho- and neighbors gathered and looked parenis, Mr. and Mrs. Ephriam Godher 50 pounds, per pound 17 l;4c 90 pounds, per pound Miss Lizzie Stephenson is at have been an inspiration to 16 1(50 pounds per pound 12J dist church. She is- - survived by her foi the lat time on the face 'of the bey on the Danville. home from Lexington to spend the family and friends. Three years agj 80 pounds, per pound 13c her illness reached the stage where 00 pounds, per pound husband and several grown children good wife and mother, whose spirit J. H. Reed has been nursing a very liolidays with her parents and lie. 305 pounds, per pound 16c who mourn the loss of a good wife had taken its flight she became a constant sufferer. She 10 pounds, per pound 2c 365 pounds, per pound ....15 to join the painful pet on his thumb, for sever- other loved ones. and loving mother. Funeral services hosts on the other shore. The re- al days.' Average 19 Cents. 280 pounds, per pound Lbts (St, water pipes burst during! v. as surrounded by every care that 13 c loving hearts and tender hands can were conducted on Christmas day by marks by Rev. Early were fuost ap Robert Naylor, of Garrard coun the extreme old weather. per pounu oL c uokums, Lairs dogs were called to Junc J. C. McClary. burial being in the propriate ana must nave been a tion City recently, to makea trail ? JBuxmttfK?, Carpenter" gave the give, but no earthly power could ty, sokl the. .lollowiuff.,--,.?-...- ., poWl &mtLs-k'- r ..... ..- -' x. Campbell burring ground. 70 pounds,, per pound l' 1 4c 120 pounds, per pound 7c enjoyable balm to the bleeding hearts, Awhile V. , juromjenie.ai?aouse&at.7il6vj-K.' release to her when at last, her lov 325 pounds, per pound 24s 35 pounds, per pound 6c Rsv Walker's prayer wasT)ol;h iwau- - Jones, which had been entered and skating at the opera house on the " XnaunomArji nuddtpiK 18 260 pounds, per pound 7 tiful and sympathetic. all of his meat carried away. A trail night of the 23d. A number received ed ones realized the "lie giveth His 245 pounds, per pound 2G0 pounds, per pound 24c AveraUe 14 Cents. Besides the aged husband, Mrs. was found and the dogs followed it painful bruises but never let up beloved, sleep." Their host of friends were given The sympathy of their friends quite a surprise Thursday when J. Warner left three children, Mrs. W. a shoit distance and the trail was trying to learn. . Goode baked eight goes out to the sorrowing family, Mrs. J. P. lox Dudderar. and Mrs-- Siba B. O'Bannon, W. K. Warner and lost by the robbers getting in a veMiss Jessie Cook Weds in Tennessee Bach Club Entertained Spoonamore, of Franklin, Ind., were Robert L. Warner, the latter resid- hicle, his is the second time that large black cakes and one nut cake whose happy cheerful home is darkThe following from a Nashville One of the most enjoyable events muited in marriage at the home of ing in California. Nine children Rev. Jones has had his meat stolen during Christmas and sent them to ened by tlie loss of her, the oiri of home. "The heart of her hus- - during the life of the Bach Club j paper will be of much interest here her children one going as far as that Mr. John Spoonamore, near Hedge-- , Messed the union but six had Joined this winter. Waco, Texas, to Mi's. W. D. Dollins.jj band trusted in her, and her chil took place Monday evening, when as the bride left Stanford a few i tue silent Majority. Daw Skinner ,of Stonega, Va.. is ville, where she was visiting Rev. : was dren arise up and call her blessed i the six remaining "school members days ago after a visit to her sister. Mrs. Warner, whose maiden name at home for Christmas with his famwin. Wilcher, of Stanford, D. M. Walker said the words which -Mrs. Newbern is survived by her entertained at a six o clock dinner. Mrs. George B. Cooper j she was up Saturday to see his girl and took made the popular pair one, and af- was Jones, was married to the spen-di- d ily. husband, four daughters, Mrs. Mc- - j Covers were laid for twenty and a born and reared in the West End of in the entertainment. old gentleman, who is now bowB. W. Leigh has installed a ter that they left for IndianapoIveown, of Louisville, Miss Georgia j most delightful six course dinner Avas ' this county and has a host of frieuds Wade Kennedy has been visiting years ago lis for a short wedding trip after ed with grief, fifty-fiv- e tank in front of his store which they will come to Stanford to r.nd the union was a most happy one. for the benefit ond convenience, of his aunt, Miss Black Givens here. Newbern, o Knoxville, Misses Prill served. The tj.ble was very artisti" in Kentucky who will wish her ev-aBeeeher Newbern, of Huston-- j cally decorated in holly, sent from ery happiness: make their home. Mr. Dudderar is She was only fifteen years old and the automobiles and any one else Jle has been away from Kentucky Swamp., of Virginia, and Tuesday mornhi!; in Chattanooga for 13 years, in the northwestern ville, two sons, T. D. and C. II. New -- the al one of the best known and popular he thirty, but the disparity of ages vvho need it. states He had to travel several bern, of Knoxville; her mother, Mrs.; beautifully hand painted place cards, occuried a marriage which' will be of engineeis on this division of the L. detracted not the least from their George 3fullins who lives on B. re of mistletoe and holly interest to many friends of the & X. and is also an extensive far- congeniality and they trod life's GoverS. farm in this section, had miles overland to reach the railroad Martha Adams, of Stanford, two garlands hung in graceful festoons about dal couple in Nashville that of sisters, Mrs. T. W. Pennington, of mer and stock raiser. His bride is a path together, loving each other the misfortune to get his house and when he started home and the the years accumulated. ali the contents, destroyed by fire. weather being severely cod, he had Stanford and Mrs. Rodman Keenon, the wall, making a very attractive Miss Jessie Dean Cook and Mr. Ed very attractive young widow, a for-f- er more . was a beautiful married '.Uie3r only saved the clothes that they one of his ears badly frostbitten, of Harrodsburg and s'ur brothers, R. decoration. During tlie dinner small 'T. Thurman of this city. The bride Lincoln county girl w ho has made Their's her home in Indiana for some time. life and one well worthy of emula- had on and a few that happened to which has given him considerable N. and Greenberry Adams, o.f Texas, Christina, favors were passed, when after a visit in Kentucky, left for found themselves j Chattanooga, where she has been a A host of friends extend heartiest tion. When only thirteen years of be in wash. The fire was caused by trouble and pain during the past J. B. Adams, of Danville, J. S. Ad- upon opening, ams, of Cleveland, 0., and A. J. and pnnided with a cap ami a little guest at the home of her brother and few days. of age, Mrs. Warner joined the Bap- netting fire to a window curtain. congratulations and good wishes. 1 paper affair, which some one soon! sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jamc;, Cook, tist church and for nearly three J. L. Conway, of Pittsburg, is Homer Coinbest, of State Univer- C. W. Adams of Hustonville. : discovered to be a fire cracker and who attended her at the weddinir. score years lived a beautiful Chris- here for the holidays with his son, sity, is here this week, on a visit to Back Stephenson Palme, Campbell then real Christmas celebrating took Rev. Ernest Jackson of the Chris-pla- ce sister Mrs. S P. Stephenson. tian life. le Reid, at James Reid's on the Huoti.uville, Dec. 31 i for some minutes. On Christmas uyc at Louisville, tian church of that city was the of- Misses Xannie and Bessie Reid. Great sympathy is felt for the pike. Stoner J. Stephenson and the Mis Matsy Grimes, president of j ficiating minister. Mr. and Mrs. Dunvtlle, husband, who is past eighty-fiv- e, are spending their Miss Lena Elisa Palmer, one of the The local Masonic lodge has lost of beautiful daughter of Mr. and Mrs. and who must finish his journey three members by death in the past Christmas with their aunt, Miss most popular teachers of the Stan- the Mozart' Club, told fortunes. She j Thurman left immediately for thia C. M. Back Miss Lena were ford Graded School, was married to gave each person a card upon which j city, where they will be located at Black Givens. quietly married at the Christian alone. May a merciful God give him few .lioulhs Dr. J. C. Barker, John Miss Mattie Alcorn, who teaches Clair Hughes Campbell formerly of were written questions to be answer - the groom's home in East Nashville. church parsonage b Rev. Bu ugh at strength to bear his burden of grief, T. Land and Wallace Steele, all of in Chicago, is at home for the holi- Somerset and a son of the late F. ed by the names of songs, books, Botu have a large circle of friends high noon on December 23d. They at and comfort him with Tod and staff whom were buried in the cemetery J. Campbell one of the founders of characters in books and proverbial who will receive annuouncement of days. once motored to Moreland and took on his lonely way. The children also iicre. J. iv. Alstott, oi Powers Misses Hattie and Bertha Leigh, the Interior Journal, and during his sayings. Some very startling rev- their marriage with surprise and a train for Lexikigton to visit rela- share the sympathy of the commun- Store, Casey county was alo buried of She'by Ctty, spent Christmas day one of the best known news- elations were made; everv one was interest. Mrs. Thurman is the sister tives there and in Bourbon county ity in the loss of a mother who was here. papermen in Kentucky. Miss Palmer curious to knoAV who would be the of Dr. Mose Cook witl their this city ami tlier, B. W. lor a lew day.--. They returned on a mother in all the good word means. Misses Dcila and Catherine Com- - i family on South Douglas Leigh and has taught in the local school for next bride in the Bach Club, that enjoys an unusual of popularity. avenue. bet are the gue.-t- of their sister. Sunday and went to the beautiful Mrs. John Owslev and son. of i several years, and has endeared her- mystery is now solved but the Club Double Wedding at Moreland Mrs. S. P. Stephenson two miles out Lome of the bride's parents where Mozart Club Entertains near Knoxville, Tenn.. are visitiii" se to al S"e is a splendid teacher.ii! has decided to keep the name of the A double wedding was solemnized on tlu Middleburg pike. a delightful dinner was prepared their sister and aunt, Mrs. Florence a woman of engaging personality and fair one a secret for the present Mr-s- . James Defaugh, of Danville, One of the most delightful social for them and a number of relatives at Moreland on Dec. 23 at the home Miss Sallie Mills Craig, president will make a splendid helpmate for sister of Mrs. J. W. Powell of Hus- Helm on the Middleburg road. events of the holidays was given by of both famines. Both of these of Rev. J. Y. Montgomery of the Mr. and Mrs. Hill Spalding and the man of her choice. She i the of the Bach Club, and efficient toa Club at the hoine of Mrs. young people are very popular and Christian church. The partis were tonville died Tuesday, December 21 little daughter daughter of Mrs. Margaret Anna mistress of the evening introduced the Mozart of Louisville, W. G. Withers on Tuesday evening attractive and a host of friends ex- E. B. Dunn, son of L. C. Dunn, of at the residence of J. W. Powell spending the Christmas holidays are 'Pre witt, and was reared near Kirks-- . Mr. Reinhart, who at west of here on the Bradfordsville The officers of the club and tend congratulations and good llustouyille and Miss Delia Hoag-lan- d, ville. After the first of January, the j spoke briefly, but well. Following lat. pike, after a long illness of a com- Dr. Alcorn's. their escorts received the guests. wishes. of Chillicothe, Ohio and Owen Mrs. Mary L. Lewis and Miss newly wedded pair will come to Mr. James Cooper spoke of the many They were Miss Matsy Grimes, presiDameron, of Mt. Salem and Miss plication of troubles. She was bur Clara Edwards things of which we Kentuekian-- ; are left for their lionie Stanford to make their home. Mr. Bryan Perkins, Miss Hammonds' Tobacco Barn Burns Rose Dunn of Hustonville, who is a ped in Bellevue cemetery, Danville,! by way always proud. Miss Early, Mr. L. S. dent and of San Antonio, Texas for a the following day. The remains Jean Paxton vice president and Mr. A largo tobuccv barn on the farm , daughter of L. C. Dunn. Mr. and were accompanied frohi here by her at Los Angeles, on the 22d. They go Rev- - Will Hopper Called to Louisville O'Bannon and Mr. Joseph Hopper all Lewis Proctor, Miss Frances Embry Rev. William Hopper, who has spoke creditably. Miss Ballou in her of T. B. Hammonds, about four Mrs. Dameron Avill make their home husband and two sons, Jas. W. Jew days visit to relatives. Thev secretary and treasurerand Mr. his parents and Mr. and Mrs. miles from Stanford on the DauviUe vitli had a very pleasant visit here with been pastor of the Presbyterian usual cordial and charming manner, John Cash. Delightful refreshments Dunn, after returning from a visit Powell and wife and a few more pike was completely, destroyed by Mrs. Sophie Carpenter and Col. Geo. churches at Bnrnside and Pisgah paid just the right thing. at Chdlicothe, O., will make their ttear friends of this locality. The D. Weatherford. Tjhe evening in all ways was a were served. The decorations were for the past several years, has fire about five o'clock Thursday deceased was about. 60 years of age of holly and mistletoe to carry out a call to the Woodland av- pleasant one, and it will ever remain morning.. The origin of the "blaze home here. and had borne her illness with the j Miss Cora M. Goode arrived here the Teil and green color scheme. is unknown. Mr. Hammonds had greatest of patience and Christian on the 25th from Lexington to spend enue church in Louisville, and will a happy memory to those who were Misses Josephine C:irpenter, Sallie Hustonvile Masons Elect soon move there to make his home- - present. 27 acres of tobacco in the barn that I he holidays. fortitude. Burdette, Marion Grimes and Sallie The Hustonville lodge of Masons he was preparing to take 'to the N. D. Snow, wife and son, from This makes two Stanford men in ! Mrs. J. C. Barker has rented her M. Craig entertained. Most of the Cabell Brooks Danville market this week. A big met SaturdaA' evening and elected home property to Dr. Weddle, of Waynesburg, were here this week. Presbyterian 'pastorates in LouisMiss Georgia Cabell and H. M. young people in and about town lot .of farming inacliinery, tools ,etc oflicers for the ensuing year as fol- Somerset, who will move here at y James Cloyd has moved to the ville, the other being Rev. Alfred A. Brooks surprised their many friends were present and will long rememwas also lost. The tobacco was lows: date to practice his profes Nannie Brown property and is now Higgins. Mr- Hopper has done a by going to Jeffersonville. Wednes- ber tlie evening with pleasure. fine work with his mountain charges, Master M. B. Carson. insured for $2,700 and the barn itsion. Mrs. Barker has rented rooms a full fledged townsman. Senior Warden J C. Stephenson in tha Ark building and will make self is said to have been worth Mrs. Uriah Dunn, who has been and it was, with regret that he was day during Christmas week and marHUSTONVILLE rying, Rev. Weir officiating. The about $2,500. He had $1,500 insurJunior Warden Roger Hicks her home there until the close of right poorly, is able to he out again given up. Dr. James Riffe aid family, ot bride is the youngest daughter, of Secretary E. V. Carson. ance in the barn. school in the spring. Tvrlanger, are here to spend the holiA TEXAS WONDER Mrs. G. W. Cabell of this city, and MANY DISORDERS COME Treasurer J. B. Riffe. is very accomplished and attrac days with his parents and other relKEEP your tobacco barns and , Senior Deacon S. P. Stephenson STOP THE CHILD'S COLDS FROM THE LIVER The Texas Wonder cures kidney and atives. Junior Deacon John Hicks., ., farm property protected in the comgravel tive young lady, while the groom is- - Logan Are You Just at Odds With Yourself? bladder troubles, 'dissolves THEY OFTEN RESULT McCormack, of the the son of Mr. Frank Brooks, of cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, panies represented by J. D. Wcaren, Tiler W. Mf. M,cKinney. Do You Regulate Living? SERIOUSLY church section, Ray , rheumatism, and all irregularities of Crab Orchard. Mr. Brooks is holding the Insurance Man of Stanford, 1--1 Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough Are you sometimes at odds with the kidneys and bladder in both men a position as bridge foreman and .Powell and Elmer Anderson, of Bank Makes a Fine Staring are children's ailments which need yourself and with the world? Do and women. Regulates blalder troubles lias his headquarters at Lebanon Stanford, were at the skating rink The United States has sent a in children. If not sold by your drur- The First National Bank of Stan- immediate attention. The after-effecyou wonder what ails you? True gist. will- - beusent by mail on receipt of Junoton, where they will make their Saturday night. strong protest to England against ford on the 26th declared its usual are often most "serious. Don't you may be eating regularly and"! $1.00. One small bottle is two pionths' the seizure of American cargoes con- semi-annudividend of three per take the risk you "dont have to. sleeping well. Yet something is theifrtment, and seldom fails to perfect a future home. DON'T forget that the price of signed to Eatope.' cent payable on demand, earned Dr. King's New Discovery checks Icure. send tor testimonials from this WANTED Men who desire to , the. I. J. from now on is .$1.23 a year German aviators dropped a num- $500 to the surplus fund and the! the CoM, soothes the Comgh Allays matter! . Constipation, . 'Headache, and other states. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2926 .Nervousness and Bilious Spells Wo. Sold by earn over 12a.0O per month, write unless paid for in advance. Send in Stred S' Loum. 1- .ber of bombs on the French town of oaiamoe oi. the earnings of about me T ! 1.MV...7 Jiwj.Mimi.iuoii. (adv.) us today for position as salesman: your subscription now aad save that Dunkirk and many people were lolled 1,100 to undivided profits. The and allows Nature Kins 'tae uernie dicate a Sluggish Liver., The tried. .ninKut to .beal remedy-i- s Dr King's New Life Pillsi , every opportunity- - for advaacement. j 25 cents. bank, has had an unusually good ing work. oOo at your Druggist . . Qnly 25c at". jour druggist.' Bucklen "PICTURE shows Friday and Sat- - Central Petroleum Co., Cleveland, i b ' Zndora. TVarxiww-J.ari six moatks' basiness. ', nuy a bottle today. nrday"" nights. uux-j.- p Arnica, Salre?f or Skk Eruption. iraio, itoaora. Etf'.-U'- iu .- Affair Given By End Lodge Last Week West -l. J I 0 Ja-ine- - l-4- 4c 4c l-4- ord-breaki- ng 2c 3-- 4c 3-- l-- 4c 4c 4o 3-- 3-- 2c 4c 3-- 4o 3-- 4e 4e 3-l-- 4c 4c 1- 4e rnr-nibe- r 3-- 4c 1-- Jc 3-l-4- 4c ii-- ij .js-biv;-.- -,' -- tjig$lifHb3!e -- l-4- 3-- 4c 3-- 4e ! new-gasolin- e ... , nd I Di-m- bri-we- a1-- Brad-iordsvil- 1 s - I ac-ctpt- ed -- au-earl- s k-'s ts I al dov-He- r -- o A -- n v.. Pr,- hU - rftH J, s v Ji THE INTERIOR JOURNAL I 'J STANFORD. KENTUCY. FRIDAY, JANUARY I. 1915. The Interior Journal " -- 4 Savings Club Suggestions From MUDLTON JL JAUFLEY 1 A TEAK STHICTL.Y Entered at the poetoffiee at Stanford , teeond elmee matt matter. vertising this issue due to missing I J this week, and last. A number of excellent news letters had to be omitProprietor ted until next issue. We are working IN ADVANCE on a plan to enlarge the 1. J. &o that such things will not occur. me ANOTHER LINK WITH ROWLAND Other (HKISMAS SAYINGS CLlrBS snch as we are conducting, are very popular in many other cities and towns in this and other States. IN SEVERAL CITIES 300 or more members of a congregation have Joined and will use their combined savings as a fund next Christmas toward paying church debts. IN SEVERAL TOWNS The members of Sunday School classes have joined and in each instance will club together and use. the money for the purpose of buying their teacher a v present. IN OTHER TOWNS Societies, Churches, Sunday Schools, Charity and other organization : have joined to save money for a specific purpose. The plan is an excellent one, and can be applied to a number of commendable enterprises. The small amounts payable weekly into tLe club can be spared by eachpeion without inconvenience, and when a number of persons associate together for a special purpose the combined results of their efforts will be a large sum which may be applied as a Christmas offering or used in other ways for a good 'ause. xMNnf It' an Easy Way to Save Money. Join Now A Sure Way to Have Money Get Your Friends to Join. In order to obtain the 3 per cent interest, payments must be promptly and fully paid. Lincoln County National Bank, Corner next to courthouse Stanford, Kentucky r Don't Forget to Go to r I T. D. NEWLAND j i Opposite Court House For your Christmas Oysters. Celery and Cranberries Telephone 168 High Top Shoes And Overcoats. sI ! AT GREAT REDUCTION In order to clean up our entire stock of Men's High Top Work Shoes and Overcoats, we will offer the mainder of these goods we have now on hand at the following prices: Men's High Top Shoes, $4.40, $5, $6, $6.50, $7 values at $2.50, $3.95, $4.50 and $5 the pair. Boys' High Tops, $3 and $3.50 values at $2.25 and $2.50 a pair. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Rowland Citizens Add Their Praise The Interior Journal is authorized to announce the following candi Another link with our neighboring dates for office, subject to tne town of Rowland is improvedin the AuSust Democratic primary in following grateful and generous 1915 statement of a well known resident For Circuit Judfe there Mr. John T. Barnet, carpenter, C. A. HARDIN, of ifercer county. who says: "I have used many kid CHAS. C. FOX of Boyle connty. medicine in the Ftr Commonwealth's Attorney ney I must say that past few year, Doan's Kidney E. V. PURYEAR. of Boyle .County. but the only one that gave me R. W. KEENON, of Mercer county. Pills was relief. My work calls for heavy lifting and much stooping. This Jai.uury 1st, Effective tedsxy, weakened my kidneys and caused 1915, the subscription price of the attacks of lumbago and a severe ache a across the small of my back. I also Inferior Journal, will be $1-2year, to eauh r.nd every ubseiibe.- had' other annoyance, caused by weak who does not say lor at least a kidneys. When Doan's Kidneys Pills got o to years subcnptioi: iu aavtvnee. very were broughtrelief my notice, I Since supply. The was prompt. newspapers sell few then I have been well. I am pleased for less than $150 a year, and the to confirm my former endorsement I. J. is only able to continue Lo go Kidney Pills." Price 50c to its subscribers at ;ho old $1 rate of Doan's - Don't simply ask for a price is paid at all dealerswhere tho cubs.-rlptkkidney remedy get Doan's Kidney strictly ::i .idw.noe for at least a the same that Mr. Barnett yc:-r- Th2 cusfc of the collection, Pills Foster-Milburn Co. Props., had. postage, sending on', notices, etc, N. Y. 1 is sc great and entails so much trou- Buffalo, ble that the im:fen3nt is corape-'l-eCOMMISSIONER'S SALE to niuke this httle increase in subscription price to cover such exH. W. 3iills, etc. Plaintiff pense. vs Notice of Sale The date to which e3ch subscriber H. R. Mill, otc, Defendants , is paid up is marked plainly on the Pursuant to a judgment rendered label which bcar.3 Ms or her name-Tims- ; in the Lincoln Circuit Court, in above K- - Breiv.--i W. Jal5 means styled action, at its June tenn 3913, n is that Mr. Brown's will paid up t J:ii:ujry 1015- - If he the undersigned Commissioner, deire; io ren w his subscription on. Monday, January II, 1915 for the year I'llo. he can do o during January by paying $1. If he waits County Court Day m front of the to pay at the end of the year, lie will courtbou&e door, in Stanford, Ky. " ' at 1:.'0 o'clock P. AL, offer for sale ii to v v "' ". Tji - i''t" maintained to all. and due and time- at public outcry to tbe highest and all best bidder the following described ly notice - hrreby given that subscribers may govern themselves real estate in Lincoln county, Kentucky, on the waters of liuck Creek, accordingly. nt the label on your paper near Highland. Kv: Beginning on a Look today, and ee how you stand. All beech thence 25 poles to a popba-eubscrintiens of course, may lar and white oak; thence b he paid up at ilio dollar rate, but 30 pules to a white oak and maple; the charge of ?1'2o a yerr will be thence X 2o K bU poles to a hickory made nsaint r.ll who in the future and poplar; thence X 42 2 V 72 do not pay their subscription's in poles to a "atake m corner of lot No. to :i o: thence S o") Y bb nole advance. beecji at the beirinniuir. containin:; o00 acres more or lebs. Uso tract Xo. We attended a meeting of the Ken- - 2: BegiunL'ig at an elm. corner betncky Press Association at Louis tween Mrs. B. J. and H. R. Mill line ville this week, and honestly, there S 82 2 B 8 pjles, 13 links to wln. were almost as many candidates oak; thence 13 with II. R. .Mill' for state and district offices on line, 47 poles to take near a white hand' as there were editors- - My 'how, oak. stump cloe Jo thezEldcr line these politicians do love the news- - y, 13 W o pole-- , .i links rrom a r papers boys Deiore tne election, black oak: the corner agreed on beand how quickly most of them for- tween H. R. Alills and Bastin, get they ever knew us, after they May 21,'lflOS, S 30 B with have reached thP pie counter line 4S poles to a little chestnut the corner between Baffin and Martin; thence with Marare crowded on news and ad" tin's line S o8 W 18 poles 17 links We to a beech on north side of branch; thence N 4S 2 W 10 poles 20 links to elm at the beginning, containing ? 2 acre more or less. Tract No. 3 Beginning at a 2 stake in lane thence 88 4 E poles from Greenberg corner, thence 'leaving a 12 foot lane from E the house to the road. S 9 2 pole to a take in yard. 30 S SO W 10 4 links from S W corner of main front room of liouc: thence witb the southwest of the main building thence N 80 E 1 poles" to the southwest corner of main room; thence 73 E 66 2 poles to a stake on east side of branch with pointers; thence S 15-1E 39 poles to stake with pointers 4W V 3f in outside line; thence N SI 2 E poles to maple; thence N 15 2 W 73 poles to white oak and poplar; thence N 88 4 W 89 poles to the fe& safe beginning containing 20 acres more or less. Tract No. 4 Beginning at a stone on south side of the pike; thence S 60 E 18 poles, 16 links to a stake S V 26 poles 0 links to stone in 0 Wright's line; thence nearly east with Wright's line to the Mills' line; thence nearly north with said Mills' .pC CL JLrl 17. vx. JSvirf line to the lane Reading to Stanford &i-m$fir $t"P--- ; pike thence with lane to the pike; thence with pike to the beginning, containing 12 acres more or less. r::f-fci'llll Said sale made subject to the-mortgage lien of $324.00 with interfT i B WB i"Ql3b' tksw est from January 1, 1910, as describ''SW:---eWkf 3l Tjlwl VGm ed in Mortgage Book "M" Page 441 Lincoln County Clerk's office. Said sale made on a credit of six months. Purchaser required to execute bond approved personal security due and payable sis' months from redate of sale with six per cent, interest until paid and lien retained on land to secure payment of said bonds TVitness my hand Decmber 21, 1914. E. D. PENNINGTON, M. C. L. C. O. 5 semi-weehlv n 1-sub.-eriptioik 1-1-- i I Friends and Customers have been sick confined to my bed and room for tour weeks and may be here a while yet and I am going to ask as a favor that you do not wait for me to see you but go at once to my store and pay the boys there what you owe me. This confinement has placed me where 1 need the money. Gratefully, H. J. McRoberts NEWS OF CHURCHES At tbe Christian church Sunday, January 3rd: Sunday School at 9:30 A. M. Preaching 10:45 A. M. C. E. meeting at 6:30 P. M. and Preaching 7:15 P. M. Rev. D. M. Walker will preach at Goshen Christian church Sunday CHRISTMAS GIFTS See our new style pearl Manicure Sets 'just the thing to give your wife or sweetheart. Prices from $5 to $12.50. Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. We have everythuig you will need for Christmas in Candies, Nuts, Fruits and presents of all sorts, and the prices are right. Phone 54. afternoon at 2:30. COMMISSIONER'S B. D. SALE Carter, Admr., of J. M. Caiter, Sr., Plaintiff vs Annie Carter. Defendant Pursuant to a judgment rendered in above styled action in the Lin-coi- n Cicuit Court at its November term 1914, the undersigned Commissioner, will on Monday, January II, 1915 GOODIES 1- -2 Mc-Guffe- County Court Day, in front of the Ky., at courthouse in Stanford, 1:30 o'clock P. M., offer for ale at 1-- 1-- 1-- 18-3-- 1-- 72-1- 00 3-- S7-1- 00 1-- -2 1-- 2-- 10 1-- iOTi 1-- 1- -2 irfIli4ll m I public outery to the highest and best bidder the following described ral estate in Lincoln county, Kentucky: Beginning at a stone in line of Sallie and Bettie Carter, corner to Woolridge and running thence with their Hne S 38 4 E '45 84-1poles to a stone corner to Sallie and Bettie Carter in Mrs. Carson's line; thence S 37 4 W 92 76-1poles to stone corner to same; W 54 44-1poles thrwe N 33 to buckeye and beech trees: corner tc same thence X 35 W 23 0 poles to a tone corner to Woolridge: thence with Woolridge N 5S E 83 0 poles,, containing 33 10-1acres. Being a psrt of the ame tract of land conveyed to J. M. Carter by deed from Sallie and Bettie Carter of date May 13, 1S06 deed to same recorded in Deed Book 27, Page 006 Lincoln County Clerks office. This sale, made for the purpose of settling the estate of said J. M. Carter, deceased, and for the purpose of paving the debts of said decedent Carter. Said sale to be made on a credit of it month , purehaer required to execute bond payable to Commi;-sino- r, with approved personal security, bearing six per cent, interest from date of ale 'intil paid. Tien retained on land -- old to eeme payment of said bond and intret. Witne-- s my hand a Cofmis-sioneof the Lincoln Circuit Court. ihi December 21, 1914. "E. D. 3-00 1-00 Geo. H. Farris S&KS 1-- 20 00 72-10- Will Be Closed 32-10- 00 JANUARY 6 and .,7 For Inventory W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. Rooms Recently Vacated by r PEN-NXGTO- X, M. C. L. C. C. 101-3- T Perkins Will Be For Rent January 1, 1915. Dr. II FAMILY AVOIDS W. H. Higgins' SERIOUS SICKNESS 6 Bekf Constantly Supplied Witt j I Tkedfed's Black-Dnis- k. Shoes and Rubbers Big line .of Shoes and Rubbers I at reduced prices. Notice to Hunters. We, the undersigned, agree to en- force the law against trappers on our farms. - a. ' Fox hunting especially prohibited. All hounds onnd on our lands- roaming, trailing or in the chase, will be considered trespassers and treated v Men's Overcoats, Belted Back Double Collar; New Collars in Grey Black and Brown, $10, $12.50, $15 and $20 sellers at $6.50, $7, $9.50 and $15. All Boys' Overcoats and Mackinaws at and below Cost. Call and let us show you. McAfee Nora E.. Ajers, Y. P. Givens, Maurice Givens, Isaac SOhelby, Misses Shelby, L. C. Bosley, H. P. Hawkins, I. S. Tevis & Son, H. L. Tevis, Joe E. Wright, G. A. McRoberts. Wm. E: , PHILLIPS & PHILLIPS, Stanford i . t ' Mrs. Frank Cordiar, der, Mrs. Mattie Anderson, , "r 11- P0STE1 Will Cordier. H. C. Baughman, Gottlieb Benke, J. P. Hocker, S. T. Harris Jacob GanTewes. John B. Sitk j McDuff, Va. "I suffered for several Call and see our line before buying. years," says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, oi place, "with sick headache, and this itomach trouble. Ten years ago a friend told me fo try which I did, Thedford's and I found it to be the best family medi-:ifor young and old. Successor to HUGHES & MARTIN ht on hand all the , I keep ime now, and when my children feel a ittle bad, they ask'me for a dose, and it Joes them more good than any medicine .hey ever tried. C. Co. We never have a long spell of sickness inour family, since we commenced ising ht 'purely Thedford's egetable, and has been found to regu-at- e weak .stomachs, aid digestion, relieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea, yJ$TfXFJ Vvnn55B?J!nt headache, sick stomach, and similar symptoms. It hat bet in- conrtnnt we for- - more UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMED lhan 10 years, and has benefited more FHrsaJhsnTsi BttOnV lAatfnM FhtsL UNDERTAKER ihaniantiuoni people. tort Exefcan; ftr aN KMa Your druttiat mm and recommends HMIv ISsTat Price Mly 25c Get a 1U4FRRD, KENTUCKY. 3ckage y. STANFORD. KV KCt PHONE 42 Black-Draug- ht, G. M. LYONS J. ne Black-Draug- J. L Beazley & M'Gary Black-Draug- ht" Black-Draug- n? - ,BX SSatSnV am miwium Tack-Dnwe- St. lo-da- ' l K'J f ! , 4.1 r V Jf, '"'A(r. - 'J , 4u m& . 1 iS; iv "iV- - - ' Ovi si THE INTERIOR 1 JOURNAL STAMFORD. KEHTUCY. FRIDAY. JWtJARY I, 1915. T jv i - iBwiiitiii.ii .iiiiL, U ?9stzrh- lftmw fJiLM jM t. y , French Rcimdy for Stomach Troubles The leading doctors of France have for years used a prescription of vegetable oils for chronic stomach trouble land constipation that acts like a charm. One dose will convince you. Severe cases of years' standing are often greatly benefited within 24 hours. So many people are getting surprising results that we' feel all persons suffering from constipation, lower bowel,' liver and stomach troubles should try Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy. It is. now sold here by Peuy?& Drug Stare aad Draggists Xr crywkere ' and "Mrs. D. T. Brumiuett went up to Corbin last week to visit relatives durinv Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Bruce spent Christmas with - her mother, Mrs. Torley at Richmond. Miss Laura Mahoney of Louisville spent Christmas with Miss Dora Nay lor. Mrs. allie Johnson of Louisville, spent several days here this week with relatives. Miss Sophronia Fox. who is caching at Fort Thomas, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Ma's. J. C. Fox. Charles Lutes came up from Goldesboro, N. C, this week on Mr. B- - V January 1st, 1915. , ' - f-- t - ON THIS DAY many years ago a FATHER OPENED A SAVINGS ACCOUNT FOR HIS INFANT SON IN A SOLVENT BANK. As the son grew older he had him to make the deposits in person. In this way he learned the value of money and the rapidity which SAVINGS INCREASED AT COMPOUND INTEREST. The Saving habit thus formed in youth and practised in manhood made him a successful and wealthy man. LISTEN All persons having or desiring to place money in large or small amounts oh savings will do well to advise with us before doing so elsewhere. Yours to Serve, Start to day a Savings Account for your Boys and Girls in the THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKEY their State Bank & Trust Co. Stanford, Kentucky Mr. John Duncan and Miss Dnncan,of Laneastei, were the guests of then sister, Mrs-- . Charlotte Warren several days last week. lives and you will see the above story repeated in Mr .and Mrs. K. J. Francis and baby, of Middlesboro, have returned home after a visit to her father, J. SAVING LIKE SPENDING IS A HABIT. S. Hocker. Mr. and Mrs: J. M.' Hill, of Louisville, eame up for Christmas and spent it with her parents, Mr. and M rs. J . S . Campbell . , R. M, Newland went to Chicago toMrs- - AY. W. Hoys has been quite day to attend a meeting of the gener- Mrs. B. H. Hanimontree, of LebPERSONAL AND SOCIAL is the. guest of her ill for several days. anon Junction al agents of the Home Insurance Mr. and Mrs. Wcaren Hughes, of Mrs. J. C. Lynn, of Frankfort, Beware of Ointments for Catarrh Mrs. 31. J. Martin is with her mother, Mrs. G. W.. Cabell. Superintendent W C. Wilson of Company of New York. Tfenn., spent Christmas Memphis, is here, with her father1, M. 0. son at Indianapolis. Howard. Newland spent several the city school, spent Christmas, at That Contain Mercury Hitrtwell Shanks and Miss' MarT with his mother ajid brother and sisters. Miss Annette Wray, of Danville, days in Lexington last week with his home in Providence. garet Shanks spent several days as mercury will sTirely destroy tho sen of smell Capt. and Mrs. J. L. B. Coffey i? the iruest of Miss Frances Tate. and completely derause friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Menefee and handsome little son, William Jesse Hocker, J., went to Kansas Christmas with their aunt, Mrs. entering It throiish the tlie whole system when mucous surfaces. Such down from Knoxville (jatewood Bcazley was the guest articles should never be umiiI except on prescrip- came and Shelby, pent Christmaas with the Miss Jennie Xewlaud is visiting City just before 'Christmas to spend Kirby Bourne at New Castle. tions from reputable physicians, as the damage Beazley at her sister, Mrs. L. C. Kelley ac .1. :iii. it i ,iv ;. with his parents, home folks here. Mrs. Coffey and' they will do Is ten fold to the rood von ran tww- - spent Christmas Miss Mary 'Elizabeth McKinney, fclbly derive of his cousins, Misses in i'ic from Catarrh Ciin. i Campbeilsville. who is, taking a course in the D. & manufactured by F. them. Hall's Co., Toledo, O., Mr and Mrs. J. X. Menefee. Lancaster this week. Shelby remained over longer for a J. Cheney & Joe Hayden, of Danville, was over cnntalUK no mercury, and Is taken Internally, Uni- IX work at Northampton, Mass., is actlnn directly upon the blood and mucous surLester 0' Bannon, of State Arch Me Kinney, Jr., of Chicago.! viit. Mr. and Mrs. Will Murphy moved last week with Col. Joseph. Coffey faces of the In here with her mother, Mrs. Bessie f'ure be sure system. the buying liall's IsCatarrh anu John ami jiureli uucnanan, oi last week to Shcbly City, where they ersity, Lexington, is at home for and family. you set genuine. It taken Internally and made In Toledo, Ohio, by t J. Louisville, j the holidays. were welcome Yuletide v ill make their future home. At t!ic sJe of the late Mrs. Susan Mioses Marv and Anr.-- i Cheney A: Co. Testimonials free. Greer McKinnev for the holidays. Mi--, and Mis. G. C. Rose, of Lan- gue- -t here and at Crab Orchard! Harris Col. S. T. Harris bought tho spent the Christmas holidays with j S- - A,bert WV o Phoenix & j Sold by Prugjclsts. Trice, 75c. per bottle. Mrs. T. W. Junes has been maki' Take Hall's Fumlly Tills for constipation. tioiiiil Bank, has returned. durmir Christmas. land for .('O ;in acre. ng: a visit to her parents, Mr. and caster, were the guests last week of their brother Chief of Police F. J.jThirl Mrs. Rose's mother, Mrs. Belle Greer and family of PerryvilJe. spent where he fi'om Stanford, Jhs. E. II. Norman at Walton. Spalding Hill came home from Christmas with friends. Lexington Mrs. J. 1 . U alton and sou, j Perkins here. C. R. Coleman, of Cary, spent William Yager came home from Washington and Lee University, Vir- Herald. Frank, of Cincinnati, are the guests! Millersburg Militaiy Institute i'orj ginia, to spend the holidays wirh Joe Mack Ncwlaml, who has a Christmas with his family here. I of her sister, Miss Lettie Helm. Mr., and Mrs. Clair Hughes Campthe Christmas holdays. with a se- -' his parents, Mr. and Mrs W. B. good position with Steele's Dry Mrs.. Beverly Hunt and baby are; Good Store at Lexington, spent a bell have returned here after a short Hill. the guests of her parents, Mr. and ere attack of mumps. W. S. Fish, who travels for .the C. Pepples, who ha a nice few days with his mother, Mrs. An- bridal trip. Ernest Mrs. Bennett at Louiswille. e, Mr. Val Fagaly, of Waynesburg, niggins Woods of Cincinnati, spent American Tobacco Co., out of Mays-vill- position at the Reform School at nie Newland last week. spent Christinas week with kisi Greendale, spent Christmas with Mrs. J. B. Paxton entertained :it spent the Christmas holidays with Christmas with his mother, .lrs. family here. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J C an elaborate six o'clock dinner last III, son, Bruce Fagaly here. L(;eiiu oous Hugh Reid Foster, was home from Pepples. Saturday evening in honor of Mr. Prof. J. W. Ireland, of Bellevue, Walter Milburn. of the Lawrence-bur- g Millersburir Military institue to Miss Berta Jean Penny, who is and Mrs. E. C. Walton. Xews, spent the holidays-vit-h is here amot'g his many friends for spend"" Christmas- - with his, parents, vteaching, violin in the Conservatory Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cook, of Bir- - a few days. relatives here- have been spending L of Music at Cincinnati, spent Christ- - mingbam,. Misses Laura and Elizabeth Jones Mr. and Mrs. John B. Foster. James F. Brady, who has a nice mas week with her parents, Mr. and the Christmas holidays with his mo- - iJ. T. Enibry and son, W. D. Emwere in Louisville the first of the spent Christmas rbry, of Frankfort, position in a clothing store at Car- Mrs.- G. L. Penny ther, Mrs. Lelia Cook here, And what coulckbring so much happiness and week. with home folks. lisle, spent Christmas with his parMiss Mary Carter, of Jac'kson-- I here tC Hays Foster, wife and daughRev. A. A. Higgins, of Louisville ville, lnd, spent Christmas with her pride to you and yours all the year, first cost ter, spent Christmas with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Bradyeame up (liristimus day for a short Miss Jessie Cook, who has been parents, Mr. and Mrs Peter PE-RU-N- A ents'. Dr. and Mrs. 0. P. Xuckols at j visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. the guest of her sister, .Mrs. G. B. and up keep cost considered as the possessPineville. W. 11. Higgins. Companion The Traveler's Claiborne Walton came over from Walter Moser, of Transylvania Cooper and other relatives here, for. Mrs. John Naylor and daughter. a few weeks, has returned to her Millersburg where he is attending ion of a beautiful new 1915 MAXWELL! i- spending University, Lexington, Miss Dora and- - visitor, Miss Laura home in Nashville. Tenu. school to spend Christmas with Mr. Mr. .Arthur I. the holidays with his parents at jMrs. B. H. Samuels and Pierce, 2618 Sheand Mrs. E. C. Walton and family Mahoney, of Louisville, spent Wed Moreland. nesday with Mrs. Ella Goooh. Ave., St. here of Memphis, who have been ridan Mo. Mr- - and Mrs. Ge-- . rge G. M'jiiefee, Louis, "The the guests of Miss Elizabeth Jones curative value of Peter Stranb, of Stmerset, spent Oppie Brown, who is attending "'. Y.. .pent of Syry.-usc- . for several weeks have returned Peruna is truly several days at Christmas time here school at Louisville, is with his modry-- ; c.iiy in ti e v k with his parwonderful. I think home. with his mother, Mrs. Mary Straub ther, Mrs. Patsy Brown for the holents here. t Capt. Harris Coleman, of the Uni- It especially valand his sisters. He was aceompan" idays. Miss Isabel Reynolds, of Vineen-ne- s, uable as a specific Mrs. Wm Severance Wednesday ied by his daughter, Miss Mamie C. lnd., is the guest of her parents, versity of Virginia football team for catarrh of the evening tit six o clock course dinand brother, Thomas Coleman, also system, and for a Stranb. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Reynolds at a student at that big institution of man who has travMrs. J. C. Osborne, of Knoxville, ner. Those who partook of this eleMeKinncy. eled for years as Mrs. R. A. Asbury, of Little Rock, gant dinner were Mr. and Mrs. H. .. Mrs. Woodie Hale has returned learning, spent the Yuletide holi- I have and who is days with their mother, Mrs. C. R. certainly exposed Ark., Miss Charlotte Warren, of McRoberts, Mrs. Anne D. VanArs Louie after spending a few days with to irregular meals Coleman, here. Milford, Tex., and Miss Margaret dale, Miss Mary Brace and Mr. atnl her daughter, Mrs. H. C. Wray at and uncomfortable Rev. Will Hopper, of Burnside, Warren, of Columbus, 0., were at Mrs. A. H. Severance. Danville. sleeping accommoGeoge D- - Hopper, who is studying dations, Peruna Is home with their mother, Mrs. CharMrs. Will Naylor received word J. V. Browu and family moved Kfns29SR9K-:-:vlaw at Louisville, and Joseph Hop- one of his best lotte Warren for the holidays. last week from Louisville, that her this week from near Shelby City to per, who is studying for the minis- - and most needed Miss Esther Burch, who has been mother, Mrs. Mahoney, had. accidant-i- y 'reaehersville, where they will make traveling compani teaching at San Antonio, Texas, the tray at Louisville, and Miss Marga-- j ions. slipped and fallen and broken her their home. It throws ret Hopper, who is taking a speci- off disease and j past six monms, came nome onrist arm. Mrs. Mahoney was returning Mr. aud Mrs. W. II. Shanks eame al course in the University of Ten- keeps him well. I mas. and will remain here, to be from church when she fell. She was home from Columbus, Ga., for the therefore heartily recommend it" ,yith h mother ' Mr Maiy Burcll ' unconscious for some time, but the Christmas holidays and visited Mr. nessee, at Ivnoxville, came home : object liquid medi- Those and spent the holidays with their cines canwho orocurto Peruna Tab- - w" slowly recovering from her last news received here was that she now and Mrs. C. E. Tate. They went to lets. j was getting along nicely. 'ractured hip. Richmond Wednesday to visit Mr. mother, Mrs. Kittie Hopper- j . and Mrs. T. E. Baldwin. ldward Cooper, who travels out I if I f t .,li i'i..l.l 111 iti.l li in.i.lu VA. i.llV.llUV.lUj ..., UUU. UllO 1UUUU "forv J good ' on the road, spent the Christmas holidays with his parents, County Clerk and Mi's. George B. Cooper. Eph Murphy and wife, who haw made their home in Arizona tor the past several years, spent the Christmas holidays here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Murphy. They will leave soon after the first of the year for Phoenix, Arizona, where they will make their home. Miss Annie McKinney entertained at Rook Tuesday evening at her home on West Main street. Those who enjoj'ed the pleasant evening were, Miss Bettie Paxton, Miss Mat-ti- e Paxton, Miss Mary Bruce, Miss Esther Burch, Miss Lettie Helm, Mrs. J. P. Walton, of Cincmati, THIS Is Housein Ladies Your Sale is Your Miss Belle Denny, Miss Sue Rout, Van-Deve- er n-r- ' J ! iit-jr- e. A HAPY NEW YEAR TO YOU! - J chil-dren- ! The worlds greatest automobile value! Ofr Start the new year right by ordering your MAXWELL -- H. C. CARPEMTER STANFORD, KENTUCKY I -- W Our January Clearance Sale Begins Thursday, Dec. 3 1 st a Genuine Clearance and Best Opportunity to Supply Wants Garments, Dry Goods, Try This For Neuralgia Thousands of people keep on suffering with Neuralgia because they do not know what to do for it. Neuralgia is a pain in the nerves. What you want to do is to soothe the nerve itself. Apply Sloan's Liniment to the surface over the painful part. Do not rub it in. Sloan's Liniment penetrates very quickly to the sore, irritated nerve and allays, the inflammation. Get a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25 cents of any druggist and have it in the house against Colds, Sore , and Swollen Joints, Lumbago,Sciatieaand like ailments. Your raoaey back if mot F.itisfied, but it does give almost instant relief. hold Linens, Ladies Furnishings, Underwear, Silver and Glassware, Fine China, Jewelry, Etc., as Everything in Our Big Stock (Excapt a Few Restricted Price Articles) Will Be Offered at Reduced Prices. A. 'y.i?V a ROBERTSON & BRO DANVILLE, yt 4 ' KENTUCKY 2 4fe5'SAl&iha-J:eJ- i '4 " 4 51" ;t. J i . ,f. ! . . , ,? '. - T Wv, K."t." . ' 5J&J"?vfci iz&Zfiisr" r" 1- 7 $. ." - 3? 'i I -- W ! h" A. -- . s. ?yC " 1 &A&. ;?v il 4 THE IMTEWOW JOUMIAL STAMFOrTD, KENTUCKY. FRlPAV, JJUHttmr f, ISI5. . fMwl I0Y 7w WINTER at TobaCco Sells for $20.50 Over Our Breaks .J ., strates that COD LIVER OIL generates more body-hethan anything else, I scorrs EMULSION the rare eU is sa prepared that the Meet preits freai every drop, while it fartiies threat and hugs. I 1 I V ye wt MhJKttoMUlHJi or feet; iff ikinr aa4 catckcoU eagy: take SCO ITS EMUQtoN for one aaaaab asi wMcMte MM effecto. 14-- 40 Pro Frankland demon TUESDAY ON CLOSING SALE Hundreds-Thousand- ; :l MsJibit, ? WO ALCOHOL. REFUSE suss minis. 1 - We sold over Two here now. Here Pounds Monday and Tuesday at a grand avera'ge .of $9.io. ' Old prices'-ar- e Prevailing . area few of those who made good averages.. There are plenty of others. 'Remember, this is their entire FARM AND STOCK NEWS S1 "Win. Neal, of Ilustonvile, sold to John J. A'len 23 fat hogs that averaged 200 pounds at bix and a quarter ceut a pound. V. (.. Cowan, of the West End, sold lo H Bright 2G head of extra feeders thai averaged a thousand ti.utids at six and a quarter cents :i pound. j Myers & Yowcll of Hustonville, Jitueltt 100 head of hogs on Carpenter's Cieek of various parties at six cents and shipped them to the Cincinnati market. Cowan and Dunn of llustom ille slid 4--i porkers that averaged 118 pounds to Myers & Yowell, West End buyers, at six cents a pound. The lot were shipped to the Cincinnati market. John B. Foster delivered two car loads of i'at cattle to Monte Fox, of Danville here Friday. They averaged pounds and brought .i7.S". J. II. Baughman delivered to Simon Weil of Lexington a load of 1, steers at Moreland Friday, which went at $7."0. Thurlov. Jones wa-- in Cincinnati on the stock market this week. Things are beginning to look up, he ioTun!, but he was advi-e- d against shipping in any more stock at present. All stockmen seem to agree, that with the continuation of the European war prices are bound to! advance this coming year on everything that can be made into food. v 1,-10- offerings for the day. CLOYD & SEARS. Lincoln County 3,720 pounds$501.42; average CARTER&BASKET. Lincoln County 2,720 pounds $344.06; average FRY & GOODPASTER.Lincon County 1,980 qounds $239,39; average $14.00 $13.00 $12.10 (CI A I pXe 7 O I h A. ROBiNSON. Boyle County 3,235 pounns $428.84; average. $13.30 $12.60 $12.75 TILFORD ALEXANDER. Lincoln County 3,120 pounds $459.20. average Highest Basket $20.50 IBBtB HONEY&KING. Boyle County 1,670 pounds $210,19; average-- ffju m Hr Met WILL SCOTT Jessamoine County 1 ,255 pounds $159,95; average. 0 If you have the "goods" we can do Just as well for you. Once our customer, always our customer. 300-pou- nd s See Our Auctioneer Perfonri-- He Gets the Price WALNUT STREET Yours for Business Legitimately Danville Tobacco Warehouse Company NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS The regular --annual meeting of the DANVILLE, KY. . ' . Resigns Hustonville Pastorate Hustnville, Dec. 31. Bev. Albert Maddox, who has! lieen pastor of the Baptist church here for the past two years "will leave next week for Boone county, wbciv he became pastor of th Bone Baptist church. Mrs. Maddoxs and children left on tjie 23d for, Public Sale on stckholders of the Firt Rational Wednesday, January 6, 1914 Bank will be held on the second Tuesday in January next at 10 o'As I am forced by bad health to Louisville to visit relatives unttl af- clock A. M., at their banking house go to Florida, and having rented ter New Years when they will join in Stanford, Ivy. H. C. Baughman, my place, I will sell at public auc100-t- d .Bro. Maddox in his new field. Cashier. tion at the place, a quarter of a mile from Turnersville on the pike, known as the Obie Anderson place, the following prop Me-Kinn- ey Attention Ladies ! erty: One good, gentle family horse, sevponies, en years old, two two good fresh cows; one Jersey heifer: one weanling calf; one ev' sey heifer, will be fresh in April; one Jersey heifer, will be fresh in mare, August: one enough for a woman to drive; feiitle one good rubber tire buggy, good as new: one steel tire buggy: one pony trap, yood as new and harness; two fsete of bugsry harness; one boys' .saddle; 2."i or HO barrel! of corn in crib: one orsun: lot of canned fruit; lot of nice meat and lard; well-brok- en eight-year-old W 129 pole to stake in line to Green; thence his line N. U 2 E. 45 4-- poles to post corner to same in Baughmans line; thence his line S. 88 4 E. 120 poles to beginning containing acres of land. The object of salo is to satisfy plaintiffs judgment for $1,600 with six per cent, interest from Sept 20. 1906 crdited by $83.50 Oct 21, 1906; P84.26 Jan. 12, 1907: $232.24 June 19, 1907; $84.44 Nov. 7. 1907; $72 Nov. 19, 1908; $100 Feb. 8, 1909: -- 68 Dec. 17 ,1909; 06 Jan. 24. 1911: $100 Jan 24, 1911; and $60 Nov. 28, S 37 1-1-- 4 corner 10 3-- ,'l-- 10 30-16-1- 00 We have just received from the Eastern markets about 300 Ladies', Misses' and Children's Coats; capes plain and regular black cloth coats. We will sell these coats at very low prices, as we bought them so we cculd save our customers money. Come and see these coats and you will see something new. 1913. Tlie purchusar will be required to FOR RENT For 1915, a 225 acre give bond with security for the pur- farm with good improvements, a chase price, payable to Commissionsplendid tobacco barn and silo. er bearing six per cent. intei2.-- t from About 15 acres for tobacco, about date of sale, having force and ef- 50 acres for corn and small grain, fect of a iudirmciil and secured bv balance in grass. Apply to Hughes lieu, E. D. PENNINGTON, M. C. L. and Martin Stanford. Ky. tl"tf e! electing ficw Thee regular annual rneetimr of the Ineetors ior the year 1915 will bec9 The People's Market Place Adverthe second Tuesday of Jan. 1915 atd stockholders, of the Peoples tise What You Have to Sell of Hustonville will h held on the 18- o'clock A. M. M B. SALIN. Cash J Wedding presents at Mueller's second Tuesday in January next at NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS Jewelry Store, Stanford. 10 o'clock A. M., at their baukms: The regular annual meeting of toe; house in HutonviHe. kV. J" . . V . .j stockholders of the Lincoln County-Nationa- l REWAKD-- Will give you $6 if.Tjkin. Tn,W " Bank will be held on you 'Will tell me who stole iuy buggy Tuesday in January next at . harness. Jos. Ballou. NOTICE The annual meeting by " the stockholders of the State- Bank 10 o'clock A. M., at their banians ; ; liouse in Stanford. Ky. W. M. Bright-Cashier- . TWO hustling salesmen to cover & Tmcf company, ,. . tprmtivrv '.., pnmnlftm of Stanford tor 97-t- d .... tins - line Ot ' . ..- x j with oils, greases and paints. Jxpenence unnecessary. Write us today. Industrial Refining Co., Cleveland, Ohio. B-jJik HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS the purpose- u, the-seeo- - -7 I 1-- lp I - -- New C.C. 101-3- T. ROBINSON'S Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank. FOX RIDGE COAL, and enjoying a good hot fire, it is your fault. We have the Coal and the teams to deliver the coal anywhere you want it. The price is no higher than when the weather was hot. FOX RIDGE COAL If you are 'not burning our RED-AS- H Price in yard forked 13c per bushel. Price forked delivered in town 14c per bushel. We give 72 pounds Coal to the bushel. Also have other Coal lower in price. Phone us your orders. J. H. BAUGHMAN & GO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY SANDERS y Store to The Big Gift Store--th- e Buy Your Xmas Gifts. A Great Assortment at Small Prices. L. L SANDERSTM Ordfiira, Ky. ' NOTICE Bids for the surplus milk of the Stanford Creamery from 1 !)!.- will be re .Ian. 1st to Julv judgment of theceive(i llllti in obedence to a .household and kitchen furniture, as nooil December, the Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at 10th. II. J. McROIJERTS. 'goad as new; 100 chickens. Sec'ry. 101-t- d TERMS All sums under $10.00 the November term 1914 in the suit ; cash in hand. All over that amount of "W. J. Durham against Jaiiic J. ' NOTICE TO STOCK HOLDERS si months with good notes at six Durham etc. and McKinucy Deposn against The resmlar annual meeting of the per cent interest from date of sale. it Bank on I mean to sell everything, your price sine, the undersigned Commissioner stockholders of the Crab Orchard is mine. Sale begins at 10 o'clock. will on Banking Company will be held on the G. E. LUTES. Monday, January II, 1915 second Tuesday in January next at in front of the courthouse door in10 o'clock A. M., at their banking SALE COMMISSIONER'S Stanford,' Ky., sell at public outcry house in Crab Orchard, Ky. J. C. 99-tPursuant to a judgment of the to the highest and best bidder, on a Bailey, Cashier. Circuit Court, rendered at credit of 'six months, a house and Lincoln November term, 1914, in the action hit on east side of pike running from DR. J. G. CARPENTER has opof Mrs. M. M. Stone against Felix Turnersville iv McKinney ail join- ened his office in the Lincoln CounG. White etc, the unersigned Com- ing the property, formerly owned by ty National Bank Building, Room 21, missioner will on and George Givens, described thus: Be- on the right of the stairway, Monday, January II, 1915 ginning at a stone corner to George will continue to practice diseases of in front of the courthouse door in Givens: thence S. T'.i E. 10 the Eye, Nose, Throat, Ear, Genito4 Stanford, Ky., sellat public outcry poles to a. stone: thence S. 1- - W. urinary, Rectal and Pelvic Diseases to the highest and best bidder, on a 8 poles to a stone; thence N. and Siirgery. Eyes skillfully examincredit of six months, a tract of land 73 W. 19 4 pples to a stone on ed and glasses prescribed when nee- county, Ky., on road side of alley; corner to Givens thence essary. lOO-m Lincoln leading from Somerset pike to Ma N. 12 li. S poles to beginning son's Gap, thus described: Beginning "ontaining one acre and one pole of FOR RENT OR SAtiE A two at stake in Mason's Gap road, cor- land. story brick residence in Hustonville, ner toiJ. W. Baughman; thence with The object of the sale is to sat- - on Danville street. The house has center of said road S. 1 W. 33 1-- sfy the judgment of W. J Durham seven rooms,back porch, which ex- poles to stake corner to Pettlc-so- n for .? 105. with six per cent interest tends to the cistern, a large veranda land; thence with line of same from Feb. 25, 1913 and the judg-- i in front, cistern, good barn with a ment of the McKinney Deposit Bank new metal roof on it, all necessary NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS tor $135 with six per cent interest room in barn for three horses, lotj The regular annual meeting of the from December 14, 1912 and the of buggy shed. This is a good for; of the National Bank costs of said action. Bond with , any one wanting to move to town to ol Hustonville will be v held, on the good seeurity payable to the Com-- 1 hav,e the advantage of the school second Tuesday in January next at inissioner bearing six per cent, in- There is a good eoncrete walp in j 10 o'clock A. M., at their banking terest from date of sale, having front of the house. For further parti house in Hustonville, Ky. J. W. force and effect of a judgment and culars see or write D. W. DiuuyHus-tonvill- e 98td Tloeker, Cashier. or Mrs. Ml M. Dunn, Hussecured lien will bo required of the rmrchaser. E. D. PENNINGTON, tonville, R. F. D. 2. 101-3- F M. C. L. C. C. MasMis' Mettinci TO THE PUILIC liiarelm Ledm Ho. IOF.ii.lL meU hi ateted coanuiiicatioa ea each first sad tkirdj I represent the largest and best No tribute is so appropriate Monday Biphta of each awatb , at 7 o'clock fa clothing house in this couKy. JCea kaB oa s a monument, cut from en- ntryEd V. Price & Co., Chicago, I1L, their of aiater Maia atieet. SUHfed. ka ' luring granite. It, stands untodgea traterHallj wvited bfrs My experience in measuring and di- areaeBt. rections the making of your clothes, altered, unchanged, preserving one who gives me .the advantage-ove- r memory through the long a will is not a practical tailor. If you years. L. Dr. give mc your order I will promise you I invite you to see my work a square JeaL You .will get the worth and designs before you buy a .of- - yfinr woacy, eiflier in the cheaper grades 'Tr the higher, priced. My fall monument. and "winter-li- n f samples are now ready ior yoftr inspection. Call and '' mm.T.K- Stanford. Ky. let me snow you., n. w. nwrktii . intXT COMMISSIONER'S SALE ). cross-netitio- Year Greetings. I wish to thank you for your lib- d. eral patronage during the past year and solicit your business for 1915. H-- 1- -2 3-- o. 1- -2 10 J my Agency by the addition of several of the strongest Fire Insurance Companies in America, and shall be able to give you prompt and satisfactory service. I have recently enlarged 1-- tf. MEMORIALS. made-to-ord- er With best wishes for a Prosperous New Year, Yours for business, - Ikiry Casr HARRYJACOS, Veteriuiy Surfwi bj ." LOOAiTS 1TAII OFFICC R. M. NEWLAND. , .4 w"'1 :v A. ' - is1 t i I'