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The Interior Stanford, Lincoln County Kentucky CHILD e I ifxt tlrinvT a t v - - ' l - K r t " aPta fca w Bi mH m4 HF .MHBV ttt Date Taw Safcscriptiem ri: OWSLEY'S Om LaM mat Praaftly. Tuesday, January 5, 1915. DEATH GREAT PICTURE PLAY COMING Tuesdays and Fridays Peyton Parrish, who has been quite sick is better. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Kennedy is sick. Prof J. B. Hutchins spent Xmas with relatives in Knox county. T. W. Naylor's sale was well attended and everything sold well. Col W. D. Peters of Crab Orchard, was the auctioneer and bis work gave entire satisfaction. Santa Claus may not have called on our friend, T. W. Payne, but Mr. Payne enjoyed Xmas feasting on a big cake which one of his good neighbors gave him. The Xmas tree ta the Masonic Hull Thursday afternoon was a thing of beauty while it lasted. Edgar Holtzclaw impersonated Santa Claus and is said to have the old fellow beaten a mile. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress visited W. P. White and wife.' Miss Tory Anderson gave an enjoyable candy pull to a large crowd of her school mates and little friends. Little Lucy Mae Anderson has been sick. Miss Ha Pettus, of Springfield, visited her grandmother, Mrs. Rebecca Pettus. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Naylor left for Parker City, Ind., the 22nd. Mr. and" Mrs. Naylor are good people and we hate to give them up but wish them well in their new home. Mrs. following gentlemen were by Derrick Warner lodge, No. 561, of F. & A. M. at this place The HAT IN RING BACK TO "GOD'S A Fine Showing by Creamery STOCK YARDS OPEN MONDAY Cat-ti- BURNS TO One of the best years enjoyed by Nunnelley Expects Big Run of Ed Walton Buys a Half Interest In any Stanford business enterprise With Many Buyers The Interior Journal was had by the Stanford Creamery A hitch having occurred when he of Fred Buuman. The butter reports went to Ilarrodsburg last week to show that during the 12 months close up a deal for an interest in just ended a. total of 47,031 pounds Harrodsburg Herald, E. C. Walton of butter was made, being exactly returned to Stanford, and a deal 12,000 pounds more than the prowas consummated with Shelton Sauf-le- y, duction of the previous year. by which Mr .Walton has bought a half interest in the Interior JourLANCASTER nal. Five years ago Mr. Walton sold Mr. Eunice Simpson and Miss the I. J. to the man who is now his partner and since that time has re- Ines Osborne of the Poor Ridge secsided most of the time in Florida, tion of the country,, were united in where he conducted a very sueeess-i'u- l marriage at the Baptist parsonage, daily paper, the Orlando Reporter-S- the llev. J. W. Beagle performiag tar. He has never been fully the ceremony. Miss Fannie May Miles has resatisfied since leaving ''God's country' however, and is very glad to be turned to her home in Louisville afback once more. His host of friends ter a visit to her parents, Mr. and all over this end oT the state are de- Mrs. A. C. Miles. lighted to welcome him and his Mrs. U. D. Simpson was hostess charming family "back home' again. on Thursday eveniug to a most enMr. Walton and "is brother, Col. joyable social affair in compliment W. P. Walton, now of Lexington, to her niece, Miss Elizabeth Collier, made the I. J. perhaps the best of Middlesboro. Christmas colors known country newspaper in Ken- were very much in evidence both in tucky, and gave it the largest cir- decorations and the inviting refreshculation of any country newspaper ments served. The members of Miss in this part of the state during the Collier's graduating class 14 in num many years that they were at the ber and a few intimate friends were helm. Mr. Walton went to work at o.pon the invitation list. once and has already gotten printCTiss Blanche Fleetwood of Rome, er's ink on his hands again. Ga., is the guest of Mir. and Mrs. Daughter of Charles Singleton Meets Woman's Club and Opera House To Horrible Fate at New Home Show "Zudera" Here Crab Orchard, Jan. 3. terrible sad news came from Kingstree, S. C, that little Martha, the youngest child of Charles and Alice Singleton had burned to death Christmas eve. No particulars came so we cannot state how the terrible accident happened, but they have the sympathy of the eJutire community in this sad hour. Rev. Rogers resigned his pastorship of the Baptist church here las.t week and will continue his work with the Preaehersville church until his time there expires. He has given the church here three years work as pastor, and although a young man, we doubt if any other pastor ever crn cnnli iinnni'cnl l ft cP.i n iv all, as has he and it was with feelings of deep sorrow, his members gave him up. On December 2Gth, a parting reception was tendered him by members of both the Baptist and Christian church at the homo of Mrs. W. D. Edmiston. where after a musical, a most delightful salad lunch was served . His friends all bade him a most affectionate farewell and hope he will always be as much appreciated elsewhere as he was here. Christmas passed very quietly in Crab Orchard. We have not heard of any parties or socials among the young folks. A happy and prosperous year to all the readers of the Interior Journal and to those who have written so many times to me that they are eagerly looking for the Crab Orchard letter each week, I will say it is a great pleasure to phroniele the news for them and our efforts will certainly be redoubled this coming vear to keep them in touch with the local happenings of the best town on earth. Mrs. Gooch and Miss Maud left for South Carolina ,last week to stay about ten weeks for the benefit of Miss Maud's health. We hope she Avill return fully restored to health. Mrs. L. F. Jones has been sick for several weeks with rheumatism, but is better at this writing. Dr. Harmon was called to Indi- ana by the sad news that his father had died very suddenly. We sympa thize with him in this bereavement. Mr. Leon DeBorde has been sick for almost two weeks with asthma, but is better. Mrs. W. D. Dunn is verjTmucli T.he - Local Democrat in Race For Com- monwealth's Attorney Judge John SamOwsley, of Stanford, today announces as a candidate for the democratic nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney in the Thirteenth circuit court district subject to the democratic primary to be held next August. Judge Owsley is too well known in this part of the state to need an extended notice upon such an occasion. He served as Commonwealth's Attorney in this district for several terms, and made a splendid record in the conduct of the office. He also served as County Judge, of Linctohi. and has held other public positions of trust and responsibility, all of which he discharged with credit to himself and his constituency. Judge Owsley has been a lifelong democrat. He has taken a prominent part in many campaigns and has many friends among leading democrats over the district, who have given him assurance of heart support. His friends believe he has a splendid chance to win this nomination and will leave no stone unturned in their efforts to further his ambition. Supervisors in Session The board of Supervisors, composed of Cicero Reynolds, J. A. Singleton, Walter Martin, E. L. King and McKee Riffe, is in session and will be at work for several da vs. under the very capable management A. T. Nunnelley, proprietor of Stanford's famous stoekyards, will entertain his friends and their stock Monday without fear of hindrance from federal government quarantine. Mr. Nunnelley consulted with Dr. H. L. Casey, assistant state veterinarian this week and was notified that sales will be permitted at the local stockyards Monday, as ail quarantine regulations have been abolished. This will be good news to a large number of farmers and feeders who have been waiting for some time for the local market to reopen. Mr. Nunnelley has notified all the buyers in this section, to be present Monday, i4nd says that he expects a good big bunch of cattle on hand. At the same time, Charles Rose, of Winchester, who is seeking a carload of yearling mules will be at the local stockyards, and wants all who have any for sale to bring them in. LATEST WAR NEWS Eight Pages Friday The I. J. is crowded with ads today, which shows that the business men know the value of its large circulation. A lot of good news letters had to be held over till Friday when all will be published, in an eight-paissue, which the new management plans to make a permanent fcature of the I. J. at least one issue a week if not oftener. -- a1 x ge W. B. Hill Buys Home John A. Allen has sold to W, B. Hill the residence on East Main street occupied by Senator R. L. Hubble. Possession will not be giv- Theodore Currey. Mr. John Black and Miss Mattie Turner, of Buckeye, were united in marriage in this city at the Methodist parsonage, Rav. S. H. Pollitt officiating. 'Mrs. John Taylor of Paris, Ind., is here for a visit to her parents, Ml. and Mrs. G. 'M. Lyons. After completing her visit she will go to Stanford to take charge of the dry goods store recently purchased in that place by her father, Mr. Lyons, ons. en for a year. Card of Thanks Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Bruce are deeply grateful to the good people of their church and the community, who have remembered them by their gifts at Christmastide and by their kindness during Mrs Biuce's illness. BEECH GROVE Mis: Cora Durham has returned .to her Jiome iruBeli county.. Miss Lula Jones is visiting her parents in Laurel county. Miss Roxie Spangler has returned frcin a viit to relative in Tennessee. Miss Lucy Smith is visiting; home folks during the holidays. Mrs. Bessie Smith has returned to her home in Illiuois. Miss Roxie Spangler visited Mrs. James Hoskins Sunday afternoon. Several from this place attended the Christina.- - tree at Crab Orchard Christinas eve night. Miss Addic- - Helton of Marets-bur- g and Mis-- . Eliza Owen., of Bro-:ivisited Mis Ella Hoskins Saturday until Monday. Mr. Tom Scott and Mr. Willie Khun visited Hcrsehel and Frank Spniiirler Sunday. Mrs. Walter Smith has returned from a vMt to her father and mother at .Brodhend. Mrs. Bottic Davi is with her mother. Mrs. Khun at Crab Orchard. Janu's Hokin. and daughter, Miss Elhi :md guest Mi-- s Addie Helton and Mr. Eliza Owen, took a boat ride one afternoon. Tliev went about three mile ui T)ix river and r I'iev wjv ref'"rnitr Hu'V had !' the misfortune to n?t tansled un in They secured several ji fih trap. from the trap that woiahed fih eitht pound? a piece. o, Mr and Mrs. Thomas Ballard are receiving many congratulations since the arrival of an interesting little so.n in their home. Miss Gertrude Wilkinson is visiting her cousin. Miss Willie Wilkinson, ;he having come over for the dauce on last Tuesday evening. Mrs. Percy Noland left Saturday for Lousville, where she and her familj will reside. Mr. Joseph E. Bryant, of Bryants-vill- e and Miss Helen Robinson of this city surprised their many friends by slipping off to Harrodsburg and being .inited in marriage. The groom is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Bryant of Bryantsville and a young mau of pleasing manners, while the bride is a senior of this year's graduating class and is a bright student and quite pretty and attractive in appearance. Miss Annie Belle Bumside was hostess at her inviting country home at a six o'clock dinlner, complimentary to Mis Elizabeth Gibbs and visitors, Misses Lucile Gibbs and Elizabeth Lackey of Richmond. Miss Cordelia Hamilton, of Springfield, 111., has arrived for a visit to her mother. Mrs. Isaac Hamilton. Misses Eleanor Hagan and Edith Buchanan, of Richmond were here Monday for the Arnold Oldham wedding. W. B. Moss sold a wagon load of tobacco at Danville at 13 cents. F. D. Herring also sold a wagon load at Danville a eight cents. Mr. Harold Oldham, of Richmond, The British reply to the American noie oi protest on contraband is practically ready to be delivered. An outline of it has be4a sent to France, as that country is vitally interested. A Berlin statement issued Monday night says that the submarine that sunk tbe Formidable is safe. It escaped the British destroyers sent after it by the English, it is claimed. Heavy engagements are reported in Upper Alsace, around Cernay (Sennheim) and the French War Office says that the village of Stein-bac- h has been taken from the Germans. Severe battles in bad weather have enabled the Austrians to take up a strong position on the hills south of Gorlice. according to a Vienna report. The statement says that over 12,000 Russians prisoners were taken at Christmas time. The Petrograd report shows active advances to have been made only against the Autrians. Many prisoners are said to have been taken. The town of Suczawa has been occupied. Working in conjunction, the opera house management, and the Woman's Club of Stanford today announce that the great moving picture mystery serial Zudora will be shown at the Stanford opera house, beginning next Wednesday night, Jan. 13th. At the same time that this great picture, which has taken the cities by storm, is being shown at the opera house, the I. J. will run the story in its columns, so that those who see the pictures may read the story and be in a position to more greatly appreciate the marvelous film play. Special season tickets have been issued for this play which will run through twenty episodes. A reduced rate is advertised to those who secure season tickets. The Woman's Club is endeavoring to raise funds for the publie library aud other improvements, and is especially anxious that these performances be well patronized. A large advertisements in another column gives details of the big performance. The first installment of the great story will start in the I. J. Friday. PREACHERSVILLE J. II. Rigsby is quite ill with a severe cold. B. T. Lunsford has beeai sick for several days. Both Mr. . and Mrs. Peyton Par-ris- h , arc on the sick list . . Mrs. Christ Weyler was with Mrs. William Ranke Sunday. M. 0. Kennedy of Bryantsville, visited his mother, Mrs. Jennie Kennedy. Mrs. Jane Hell has been indisposed. Mrs. Thomas Lunsford cut her thumb severely while slicing meat. Rodney Naylor, age 2U, and Miss Violet Eftiel Smith, age 22, celebrated the close of the year by driving to the Methodist parsonage, where Rev. R. B. Baird said the words which made them one Thursday afternoon. Mr. Naylor is a son of Mr. and Mrs. John Naylor and is a hard working, industrious fellow. The tllililn tc elected n ritnnlr).iitli4-m- . a-- aTwi to serve as their officials next year: F. Lawrence, W. M., J. B. Hutchins, S. W.; J. S. Pettus, J. W; W. The Rook Club C. Cummins, Secertary; W. II CumOne of the prettiest social evmts mins, Treasurer; II. G. Cummins, of the Christmas season was the Tyler. Rook party given by Mrs. P. at her home on last Masons Elect Officers Tuesday afternoon. The entire lower Lincoln Lodge No. CO, F. & A. M. floor of the pretty home was decelected officers for the year orated in Christmas bells, holly and last week as folows: other Christmas decorations. Four Master T. K. Tudor. tables of players enjoyed the hosSenior Warden Logan Stephen- pitality of this charming hostess son. and at the conclusion of the game Junior Warden D. S. Bromley. a most delicious two course luncheon Secretary T. W. Pennington. was served. Mrs. McRoberts' sister, Treasurer Sam Robinson. in Miss Florence Shelby Tiler- - -- Spears Fisher. A. entertaining the guests. Mrs., W. Tribble won thH highest score. M. eu-ui- ng as-ist- ed ARABIA Mr. John Stuhi is stilT here and will spend the winter with relatives. Miss Leake Carter, who has been attending school at Middlebuig spent the holidays here with her parents. Mr. Willie Bell, one of our most popular merchants, will move to King's Mountain. We hate very muifii to give him upv The daughters of Mrs. James Benson spent the holidays at home. Mr. and Mrs. Sheridan Leach are rejoicing over the arrival of a little son. Mr. Logan Johnson and Miss Selana Austin were married a short time ago. Mr. Johnson is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Johnson, of this place and holds a position with the Q. & C, while the bride is the daughter of Mr. Arch Austin, of New Salem. They will make their home here. Mr. J. B. Lucas purchased the propei ty of Mr. Will Bell. lr i Pleurisy pains are located just bethe short ribs. Lumbago affects the same region but toward the back. BALLARD'S IMENT is the remedy in either case. Jf rubbed in thoroaghly It eases pain, relaxes the muscles amd'the patieat cam more about freely amd comfortably. (Price 25c, 50c 'aft $1.0$ per bottle. Sold by SWar8 low Drag'Store-Stanfor- a, -- Margaret Arnold of ,this and Mi eily were united in marriage at the home of the bride's parent, Judue and Mrs. C. A. Arnold, Rev. F. M. Tinder officiating. The bride is unusually attractive, being a petite blonde. She is a recent graduate of Madison Institute, while" the groom is a member of the firm of W. D. Oldham and & Son of Richmond, is a graduate of Millersburg Military Acadcmj. There were guests from Richmond, Mt. Sterling, Shelbyville, Winchester, Danville and Paint Lick. Mrs George F. Brown has received the information of the death of her sister, Mrs. A. J. Mershon at her home in Tioga, Texas. The deceased was a daughter of the late Judge Patterson. Mr. L. M. Montgomerv of Bryants ville and Miss Nannie Coulter, of Bourne drove to the city of Nicho-lasvill- e, where thew were united in marriage. J. W. Elmore, cashier of the Garrard Bank & Trust Company, lost two very valuable milk cows, supposed to be dne to eating paint. Col. W. S. Ferguson was called to liis home in Covington by the illness of his mother. Mrs. Ferguson is ill in St. Elizabeth Hospital with a virulent case of eczema. Miss Lillian Cochran has returned from a visit to Mrs. (Eugene Brown of Stanford, where she attended the Mozart reception held in that city. Leo Hayden, of Louisville, is the guest of relatives here. Fred Garnett has been on the sick list for several .days. out-of-to- ftXya Bree' I Heartburn, indigestion or distress of the stona.cn is instant relieved y HEEBIXE. It forces tke TwwUy digested food '"out of 'the podj and NAlPAMAxi At a!.' J vrre s tDnuim f&a&!a. m bug MPHI bewelg. Price 59c. Sal by Shaffara! X . MBW.. UtMNB. CraaOriha, J rt r wffc jA- -- .. i WMam Duu both MT. ZI0N The Long Prairie, Minn., paper and handsome. The writer joins with Dixie Rook Club There are lots of people numbered their host of friends' in wishing said in a recent issue of a former Stanford minister: with the sick. them a long and happy life together. On the afternoon of the last day Rev. R. B. Mahony tendered his The young couple have gone to of the old year the Dixie Rook Club Albert Hasty s little boy got burnhousekeeping on Gilbert's Creek in resignation as pastor of the Baptist ed very badly. entertained most royally in the church some weeks ago. but at a School closed here with very good Garrard State Bank and Trust Company "Mother's will move to the old meet rag" of The" cKufchboard held iesults. We certainly vu' beautifully- 'dec'brafed hall. It had a fineA "TCP. Arnold' home. this week the resignation was not' school. Miss Mary Wilson, who was Green place on Drake's Creek. for the occassion in holiday colors. Mrs Caltha Newland has been After the games, chicken salad, Stanford several days assisting in The culvert near the corner of accepted but Mr. Mahony was teacher deserves much praise and in Mr. sandwiches, old ham, beaten biscuit, he telephone J. M. Cress' farm is absolutely grant sd a leave of absence for three we hope that she will get tlu school exchange. Miss Ha dangerous. Other celery, olives, pickles, hot chocolate, Newland culverts nearly as months. His health has not beeu the' next term. is filling her place here. best of late and he feels the need of Mrs. 'Emily Rogers got her foot cream and black and white cake bad. Mrs. G. !E. Everett, of Benton, Ky.. were served, all most delicious. Mrs. R. G. Pettus and Miss Rinda a rest. He will spend the winter with burned. gladden the home folks and many Pettus are visiting Mr. and Mrs. friends and relatives in Kentucky There are sixteen members and each Mr. Bessie Rogers is very sick friends by a visit during Xmas. and in South Carolina. Mr. Mahony now. had one guest, making eight table.. Joe Pettus at Springfield. Mrs. Leny Elder entertained a W. M. Thompson, who has been The guests for the afternoon were: Miss Delia Lawrence visited Miss has many frietads here in Long few friends at an elegant dinner dur rrairie who will be pleased to hear confined with grip, is better. 'Mesdames E. J. Brown, G. G. Perry, ing Wadie Mae Thompson. the holidavs. Mr. and Mrs. George White o J. B. Foster, E. T. Pence, Jr.,. John Miss Rachel Foley of Williams- that he is to return. There was a most successful Baughman, James Harris, A. C. burg, is mow visiting her father, Lancaster have moved in the house drama given by local talent at the Mr. Birthday Party with Mr. Bryant Brown. Hill, Misses Berta Jean Penny, Mary E. Foley. college here, 'At the End of the llyiu-boMr. George Denny has moved to .Elizabeth McKinney, Esther Burch, Mrs. W. H. Cuinmins is ill of a Quite an enjoyable event of the in which much real dramatic VauDe-vce- r, Sallie Mills Craig, Blanche complication of troubles, but is bet- holidays "was the birthday party his new house. talent was exhibited. All acquitted 'Mr. Bryant Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Emma Hays, Katherine Gregter at this writing. given by Littleton Warren Thursday themselves well and a snug little George White were the guests of Mr. ory. Miss Gertrude Adams and Miss evening at his beautiful home on sum of .fHO was realized. Talitha Belt visited Misses May and East 'Main, street, which was deco- and Mrs. W. M. Thompson SunMr. Montez Fish is visiting his JUMBO Lizzie Miller. rated with ferns and holly. Rook and day. grandmother, Mrs. Burke in LouisMrs. Barb Thompson visited her Mrs. W. C. Cuinmins and children many other games were played. A Mr, and Mrs Mack Sutton are re- ville. .ick sister. Mi's. Bessie Rogers Sunwere sick last week. most delightful salad course was joicing over the arrival of a fine Mr. Kdmond Edmiston came home Mrs. Sarah Mullins, of Crab Or- served by Misses Maggie Stagg. day. son in their home. Louisville to spend the holifrom Born to the wife of Mr. P. T. Margaret, the little daughter of days with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. chard, visited Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Anna and M:.y Warren at a late Peace, a fine baby boy. Johnson. hour. Aiming those there were Miss J. H. Wilder, is very ill of pneu- W. J. Edmiston. Born, to the wife of Granvilla David Stephens, of near Sweeney, Katherine Harris, Rachel Hill, Hes- Murrell, a fine boy baby. monia. Mr. Hundley Napier, who is atkilled a water shake one of the cold ter Anderson, Sarah Conniney, Messrs. Willscn and Thompson, tending school in Paris came home days last week. Josephine Beazley, Elizabeth Carwho have been the guests of their to spend Christmas with bis mother WATTS CHAPEL Tom Gill has moved to the old ter, Geneva Price. Annie Lee Euuncle, E. M. Howard, have returned and brother. Hobbs place. Homer Price has purchased the banks." Bettie Warren. Edd Brady, to their home in London. Mr. Burch Buchanan came in from It is announced that Rev. J. 0. Logan Wcsterfiehl, William Wc.:r house and lot of Mr. W. T. Fletch'Mr. Albert Skidmore, of Mason's Louisville last week to eat ChristWilliams will preach here on the field, Ckuencc Singleton, Clem Hill, er and will move the first of the (Jap, has gone to Danville to spend mas dinner with his mother. third Sunday T came the holidays with his sister, Mrs. near forgetting to say Mrs. Lydia at the Baptist church. Will Reinhart. Joe Grime-.- , Will l'ep- - year. Rigsbj', aged 80 odd ples F. F. Robbins, who has been ill of lEImei Anderson, John Reid Robert Keenon there was a Avell laden Christmas years, died at the home of her son, - ,. vinney, igo Perry, Carl Himii, grip for the past month is improving Luther Mason, of Middletown, 0., tree at the Baptist church, and evAlathew Kigsby Ihursday morning. Scott Hamilton, Tilden Coojier. but very little at this writing. ! the guest of his par0nts here- ery little tot was remembered and She is survived by several grown James Enirleni'in. Mrs. W. H. Gutman went to Andrew Miracle and daughter, of the old folks were not forgotten. Mr. cjiildren. Danville last week on business. Louisville, who have been with rela- and Mrs. Santa Clans were very Mrs. Rosanna Graves visited Mrs. John W. Vogel Mr. Henry Davis, Miss Tevis Coland His Minstrel tives here have returned home. gracious and liberal in their gifts. J. J. Thompson. lier and Miss Evelin Cash were visMr. Logan McMullins and family, Mr. Harry Magee, wife and babies The justly famous and ever pop-ua- lr itors of Miss Salena Royse last Our pikes in the East End showed of Shirley, 111., are the guests of spejht Christmas day with his mo up bad John W. Vogel Big Ministrels Sunday. fr the long spell of bad weaMrs. McMullins' parents, Mr. and ther, Mrs Kate Magee. will pay its annual visit to Stanford ther. During a rainy spell the water Miss Nell Gooch's school closed Mrs. G. W. Floyd. Mr. William King camo home runs in each wagon tracks for over next Saturday night, January 9th. Friday. Dec. 18th. Excellant treats Grover Miracle and Miss Jennie from Indianapolis to spend Christtwo hundred yeards near W. H. .Notwithstanding the fact that Mr. for both the pupils and visitors. Austin were married in Stanford re- mas with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Cummins' ; Near the old postoffice ! Vogel's previous offerings have been F. F. Robbins and his sister, Mrs. cently. Both are popular young peo- Pate King. the stone has all disappeared arid a i classed among the best, his current Dora Wright, of Tennessee, bought ple of this section, having many Mr. John Hunter has moved to lot of yellow clay now makes tkp organization is said to eclipse in the farm of Joe Saylor on Copjer friends, who wish them a long and his farm near the river. pike resemble a dirt road. Several very way any of his former massive Creek and-JoSaylor bought the G. happy life. Mr. Oscar Holtzclaw Avill move inplaces the water crosses the surface productions. Mr. Vogel boasts of W. Shelton farm near Green Briar. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Floyd at- to the home just vacated by John of the pike instead of throngh culr having many prominent funsters, Dock Howard, a little son of H. tended the sale of Dr. James Wes- Hunter. all experienced battlers for popu- B. Howard, cut his foot badly while verts. Near the store of J. F. ley at Mt. Salem Wednesday. Mr. Baylor Holtzclaw, who bought the high water has cut out lar favor and especially well fitted cutting wood. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Howard en- the Walter R. Buchanan home on guns for to bundle the rapid-fir- e Mr. M. C. Thompson, of Monon, tertained in honor of their guests, Stanford pike, near here is thor- a gulley across the Crab Orchard which .u world ammunition in the Ind,. is spending Christmas with his of and Lancaster pike about 18 inches Tuesday night by giving a party. oughly renovating the place and will deep. form of pleasantry, song and' jest mother. More anon. School closed here Thursday un- move in as soon as completed. Joe Roberts family have has been provided. There will be an Misses Edna and Delia Wright til after the holidays. The teacher, Mrs. Sallie Pennington is coming moved from Cedarand street to the old avalanche of novelties, many new Tennessee, have been the guests of Miss Julia Williams is visiting her to her farm near Cedar Creek. She catchy melodies, and a score of Miss Salena Royse for the past Shanks place on Drake's creek. parents, near Eubanks. has been in Oklahomaa for some artists in tangofied, month. They will leave for home New-YeaJesse Lawrence, of White Oak, terpsicoreun time. Her many friends are glad she visited his uncle, pirouetting dancing numbers. Yes, Mason Holtzclaw. day. , Billieusness and Constipation Cured. will return. sir, Vogel day is Fun Bay; one conA crowd of young people gave Lame back may come from over- tinual round of festivities, and you Mr. and Mrs. Millard Robbins quite If you are ever troubled with Cough Medicine for ChHdren work, cold settled in the muscles of canaot afford to miss the World's a surprise Christmas eve night. They or constipation you will be interested in the statement of R F. Never give a child a cough medi- the back or from disease. In the two Best in ministrelsy, so get your seats made all kinds of noises until they Erwin, Peru, Ind. "A year ago last cine that contains opium in any former cases the right remedy is early at Shugars' Drug Store. were invited in the house and given winter I had an attack of indiges- form. When opium is given other BALLARD'S LINIMENT. It should treats. A dry, hacking cough is hard on tion, followed by billiousness and and more serious diseases may fol- be rubbed in thoroughly over fhe constipation. Seeing Chamberlain's low. .Long experience has demon- affected part, the relief will be the lungs, often causing them to The liver loses its activity at , Tablets so highly recommended, I strated that there is no better or prompt and satisfactory. Price 25c. Weed. BALLARD'S HOREHOUND times and needs helpi. HERBINB is bought a bottle of them and they safer medicine for coughs, colds 50, c and $1.00 per Bottle. SdhTby SYRUP is:kealig balm thaf quick- an effective Jjyer stimulant. It ateo helped me right away." For sale by and croup in childcn than Chamber- Shtigars' Drug Store, Staaford, ly repairs damage ia the lungs and purifies thP bowels, streaghtens di- - i ' all d.e&lefs. air passages. Price 25c,5c aad gestion and restores strength, vigor t lain's Cough Remedy. Tt is equally iyne Bros., Crab Orchard. Try $1M per bottle. Sold by Shagars' and cheerful" sr.irits. Price 50c. Sold valuable for. adults. r PJCTUEWwsiTriday.aad- Sa. htains he opium,, or other Jirsnfjil PICTURE shows Friday and Sat Drag Sior, Stamford, tr Ly&e Btmu, hw 8hugrrs Drasr Stare. Stamford, j ' 4 urday nights. ts Lyme Bros., Crab Orchard. ) !drut4. JEcr'salo nY M Ur ' Crab Orchard. T w,' R. B. Mahuny In Bad Health e Mc-Gin- nis tf r ess -- nit.-.Iteo- - .. A d'.i 'J ,?: v -- . 5 '.v sjf-i'i- ' !1tbi&&mt8$'.ri'&8i:Z'i - ???&.'' - ,' . ,T"8V 'w h , r IWfc-- j! SJ THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1915. 3 1 .. V , rfr JL -- . The Interior Journal . 1 A Check .1 -- . .X WALTON & SADFLEY Editors and Managers. SI A TEAK HTK1CT1X IN ADVANCE ktU Just Before Christmas FOR ueond elate mail matter. Entered the poetoffiee tX Stanford $12.75, $25.50 or $63.75 or double or treble any of these amounts would come in mighty handy wouldn't it? Well Have It POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Interior Journal is authorized to announce the following candidates for office, subject to the August, Democratic primary in 1915: For Circuit Judge C. A. HARDIN, of Mercer county. CHAS. C. FOX of Boyle comity. For Commonwealth's Attorney E. V. PURYEAR, of Boyle County. R. W. KEENON, of Mercer county. J. S. OWSIEY, of Lincoln County. Journal Readers Public Generally and the After wandering after strange gods for five years, L am back ai my startiiig point and you who know my "love for Stanford aind Lincoln county and the salt of the earth, who compose its citizenry, have some idea of my delight at again being one of you. Your editor was good enough to lakv i::c in us a part-if- i ami it shall be our aim to improve the ''cheapest thing t; possi.ind best," if such ble. Improvement will be made in the mechanical department, as well, and in a lew months we hope to see the Interior Journal office the best equipped establishment of its kind in this entire section. Rome- was not built in a day nor can the contemplated changes be made in the twinkling of an eye, so bear with us and if we do not make good we will at least tell you the reason why. The readers are too well acquainted with Editor Saufley's ability and capabilities to make comment necessary. Realizing my- - own shortcomings, shall only pledge the best that is in me. Seems to me that we should make a publication that will measure up t the requirement!) of a paper for the office, the home and for all elapses, and to that end neither nioiie, time nor energy will be spared. The of the public is essential to the success of every 1 enterprise like a newspaper, and knowing this splendid people as I do, 1 feel safe in believing that that will be had without the asking. Assuring you of the joy it gives me to again be with the paper with which 'i labored thirty of the best years of inv life and wishing ea .V of you the happiest and most sue veiful year of your life. I Am Very Truly, E. '.G.WALTON'. . Friends and Customers have been sick confined to my bed and room forfour 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 I Make up your mind before you take your eyes off this advertisement that you are going to be one. of the thousands to join our To The Interior my store and pay the boys there what you owe me. This confinement has placed me where I need the money. . LANDIS CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CLUB and save a little every week. When the time comes your savings will be paid back to you in a lump sum plus interest. IT WILL BE JUST LIKE FINDING MONEY You will never miss the small amounts you pay in. The dimes, nickels and pennies that you allow to slip through your fingers for trifles will Gratefully, H. J. McRoberts '." - I A CHILD'S LAXATIVE IS "SYRUP OF FIGS' keep up the payments. EVERYBODY IS WELCOME TO JOIN. The first payment makes you a member no fees no fines or trouble none are too old none too They Love to Take It and it Doesn't Harm the Tender Little Stomach Liver and Bowels When your child suffers from a cold don't wait; give the little stomach, liver and bowels a gentle thorough cleansing at nee. When cross, peevish, listless, pale, doesn't sleep, LEDGERS. ! young to be enrolled. ACT AT Christmas you will be very glad you took our advice ONCE---JOIN NOW-a-nd on The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky. Declared insane Ben Thomas, a negro living near Jailer DeBorde has only two pris the "water "works, was declared in- oners. Speaks "well for Lincoln sane yesterday and-ha- s been taken J to the asylum at Lexington. county. Only Two KENTUCKY MAN TELLS HOW MAYS STOMACH REMEDY 1 eat or act naturally; if breath bad, stomach Boir; if breath poonfiil clogged-up, is is of "California Syrup ot Figs,' and in a few hours all the constipated waste, sour bile and undigested food will gently-movout of the bowels, and you have a well, playful child again. If your child coughs, snut'tles and has caught cold or is feverish or has a sore throat give a good dose Start the New Year right with New Books. We are headquarters for Bookstand Stationery-alsthe Purest of Drugs. Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. o -- Statement of the FIRST NATIONAL BANK ; Stanford, Kentucky -- December 31, 1914 RESOURCES "" Loans, stocks and Bonds RESTORED Overdrafts United States Bonds Mrs. W. H. Clarke is Relieved After treatment Real Estate Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy Years of Digestive Disorders clears the digestive tract of mucoid ac- Due from banks cretions and remove poisonous matter, Cash Mrs. W. H. Clarke of Central City, Ky., for many years suifered from disorders of the stomach. She tried many treatments with but little encouragement. Mr. Clarke induced her to try Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy. She "got relief right away. Then he vrote: "The medicine has done my wile a vord of good, and I feel that it will cure her. I intend to keep on until she is completely cured, as you have been tntrcT w mrr . mnA tViii Cfcii no tiCLS .v... wsu iuwi vtiv Viie? ever done her, and she has been suffering with her stomach for years. I am glad 1 was told of your remedy." Letters like that are written by users of Mayr's Wonderful Stomach" remedy in all parts of the country. It proves its merit with the first dose no Jong ailments of the stomach, liver and bow-- It brings swift relief to sufferers from Total els. Many declare it has saved them from dangerous operations and many are sure it has saved their lives. We want all people who have Capital $197,561 2,135 .. 50,000 9,448 17,578 08 64 00 10 85 18,328 29 Piease Settle at Once The J. J. starts the New Year under new management and requests all who owe it to please settle at once so that all of business may be wound up and the books kept straight. Those haing claims against the former, management will be paid $295,051 96 at once. 2-- tf LIABILITIES $50,000 28,500 1,105 50,000 136,446 29,000 00 00 !r t.. chronic stomach trouble or constipation, no matter of how long standing, to try one dose of Mayr's one Wonderfnl Stomach Remedy dose will convince you. This is the ,. . people ' meQlCXn e so many of onr have been taking with surprising results. The most thorough system cleanser ever sold. Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy is now sold here by Penny's Drug Store and druggists everywhere. I Surplus earned Undivided profits 21 00 Circulation Deposits Bills payable 72 00 Total $295,051 9fi tin. Mrs. Fount Elankenihip and chilWe have declared our usual semidren visited her mother, Mrs. C. G. annual dividend of 3 per cent, payable on demand; added $500 (one Ware. per cent) to surplus fund and carAdministrator's Notice ried $1,105.24 to undivided profits. AH persons owed by estate of the late Mrs. G. C Givens are requested to pre&ent claims properly proven by law to the undersigned administrator. Those owing the estate are requested to call and settle promptly. 2-- LISTEN I All persons having 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 ed a number of her friends at her Slope." Those present were Miss Mattie Anderson. Mr. Walter Chappell, Miss Sallie Bogie, Mr. Edd Jesswein, Miss Minnie Pike, Mr. Robert Andreson, Mis Pertha Jesswein, Mr. Charley Harris, Mrs. S. D. Anderson, Mi, and Mrs. J W. Dishon. Lots of interesting games were played and at the usual hour refreshments of ices, cakes and candy were served. At a late hour when the good byes wero B. W. GIVENS, Adinr. tf said all left feeling that thev had bpent a most enioyable evening. Administrator's Notice Quite a number of the young All person owed by estate of the folks from here attended the Christlate S. E Owsley are requested to present claims properly proven to the mas tree at Ottenheim Chiistmas undersigned administrator. Those eve. Mr and Mrs. Thomas Manuel, Mr. owing the estate are requested Jaw to th undersigned administrator and Mrs. Smith, of Michigan are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Oscar Tho&e owing the estate Hertel to settle promptly. B. W. GIVENS, Mr. Oscar Hertel is tossing his tf Admr, hat in the air over the arrival of a fine baby boy. Dangers of a Cold. The stork visited the home of Mr. Bo you know that of all the minor ailments colds are by far the and Mrs. John Chappell and left most dangerous? It is not the colds them a boy baby. Mr. Chappell lias themselves that you need to fear, hardly stopped singing through his but the serious diseases they so smiles since the arrival. Hats off to otten lead to. For that reason every Mr. Chappell. Mr. A. F. Noaks and family have pyld should be gotten rid of with the Ipast possible delay. To accomplish moved back to their home. this you will find Chamberlain's TO THE PUBLIC Cough Remedy of great help to you. It loosens a cold, relieves the lungs, I represent the largest and best couclothing aids expectoration and enables the ntryEd V. Price house in this 111., & Co., Chicago, system to throw off the cold. For My experience in measuring' and directing the making of your clothes, sale by all dealers. home, ''Violet are-requeste- ROWLAND Sam Tapp has been quite sick for several days with a "severe cold. Mr. and Mrs. Will Perkins visited her sister, Mrs, Joe Bagby. CHAPPELLS GAP Mrs. !Ed. Lunsford continues ill. On last Saturday evening, Dec. A tittle daughter has arrived at t:ie home of Mr and Mrs. Mat Mar- 2Gth, Miss Annie Dishon entertain2-- of "California Syrup of Figs," to evacuate the bowels no difference what other treatment is given. Sick children needn't be coaxed to take this harmless "fruit laxative." Millions of mothers keep it handy because they know its action on the stomach, liver and bowels s prompt .and sure. They also know a little given today saves a sick child tomorrow. Ask your drugist for a bottle of ''California Syrup of FigV which contains directions for babies, children of all ages and for grownups plainly on the bottle. Beware of pounterfeits sold here. Get the genuine, made by "California Fig Syrup 1 Company." 30-ee- nt We hav? everything you will need for Christmas in Candies Nuts, Fruits and presents of all sorts, and the prices are right. Phone54. GOODIES Geo. H. Farris S&Kg$ Will Be Closed JANUARY 6 andj7 For Inventory W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. LOOK AT W. H. Biggins' Sal Tone Hog Window Show. . Step in and Get the Deal. 2-- W. H. Hig'g'ins. Shoes and Rubbers Bif line of Shoes and Rubbers at reduced prices. Call and see our line before buying. made-to-ord- er G. M. LYONS Successor to HUGHES oVMARTIN 'State Bank & Trust Co. Stanford, Kentucky . . tu sttii . !"" ered trespassers and treated gives me the advantage over one who is not a practical tailor. If you will Nftfee ts Hunters. givp me your order I will promise you We, the undersigned, agree to en- a square deal. You will get the worth of your money, cither in the cheaper force the law against trappers on our farms. Fox hunt- grades or the higher priced. My fall ing especially prohibited. All hounds and winter line of samples are now ?ouud on our lands roaming, trail-'n- g ready for your inspection: Call and or in the chase, will be. consid- Ifct me show you. H. C.'RUPLEY, II J. L Beazley & Co. M J. C. M'CUry Tke Practical TaHtr. a 9,; PftSTED Wni. E. McAfee Nora E. Ayers, Mrs. Frank Cordier, Will Cordier. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALUCR Maurice Givens, Wt P. Givens, J WJKNTAKEN MM Isaac SOhelby, Misses Shelby, L. H. C Baughman, Gottlieb Beake, J. Gaa-de- r, tart Exekai&tf ftr C. Bosleyj H.P. Hawkins, L S. S. Hocker, S. T. Harris, Jacob SMlt7. NMWP1NM& - Mrs. "Mattie Hewee," Joha- - B. Tevis, Joe-E- . Tevis & Sorii H.L. TMftFtMf KENTUCKY. tTANFim KY: PtttNE 42 . Anderson, J- - Frank Saitk Wright, G; A. McRoberts. ai rim vv fL A:A .- - ;, JJ THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STAFFORD. KENTUCKY TUESDAY, ' JANUARY 5, 1915. r BEGIN TODAY. EARLY IN JANUARY 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. -- Beware of Ointments for Catarrh mat jvnwm mercury as mercary will surely df troy the sense of smell and completely deraiiKe tln whole system wben nlerii)t: It tnrouj:!: the ujucims uriaces. Snel) articles should lever ho nseU xciiit on pcrlp-tion- s frm rrputable puj slelan, as, the damage mvy win uo is xen ioiu to the koo1 you can pos- - I sibly derive from them. Hull's Catarrh Cure, i contains ro mercurr. and is taken acting diroctly upon the blood and mucous sur- laces 01 tne system, in buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It Is taken Internally and made iu Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. Sold by Druggists. Trice, 75c. per bottle. Take Hall's family Pills' for constipation. tntm-imii- Start to day a Savings Account for your Boys and Girls in the THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKEY , Mrs. Mary D. Derr has been vis iting her son, Mr. Edward Derr of Harrodsburg. Miss Geneva Price, who has been visiting Miss Hester Belle Anderson, has returned to Richmond. Mr and Mrs. McKee Riffe, who have moved here from Hustonville have taken rooms with Mrs. Hunai. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Beazley, of Lancaster, were here Sunday to see his sister, Mrs. Will Hays.. Mrs. WalJaee Walter and son, I Joseph spent the holidays at King's Mountain with friends and relatives. Miss Anne Fox of Danville, spent the holidays with Miss Margaret j j : WHO IS SHE? GIRL OF MYSTERY THE Greatest Serial Story of the Age First Chapter Beginning in THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Friday, January 8th Two Shows First Show 7:15; Second Show 8:15 and each Wednesday thereafter for twenty weeks 3 REEL SHOW, 2 REELS ZUDORA WEDNESDAY, PRICES 10c and 15c UNDER AUSPICES WOMAN'S CLUB Buy a Season Ticket from this organization Wood. Mrs. James Mershon, of Lebanon and you will see the above story repeated in their lives SAVING LIKE SP ENDING IS A HABIT. Watch this Space next Issue. Twill Interest You. ! Junction, spent several days here recently Avith relatives and friends. Mrs P L. Bruce and her sister, Miss Carrie Wade have gone to Lynchburg, Va., to visit their nicee Mrs. A. C. Barrow of that city. Mrs. Eliza Coffey has been at the bedside of her mother, Mrs. D. S. Rhoton. who has been quite ill in Somerset. Silas Anderson has gone to Louis- ville, where he will accept a splen did position, with the Ford Motor Company. Opera House, Wed., Jan. 1 3th Discount of 33 1-- The First Episode Two Reels at the 3 per cent good for entire Series at a tt Mr and Mrs. J. Fox Dudderar have returned here after their bridal trip to Indianapolis. They will be at home to their host of friends at his sister's Mrs. George F. DeBorde 7. County Attorney V. S. Burcli J. left for Hot Springs, Ark., lasl with her- brother, Mr. Thomas J. week vhere De will take the baths fort. Derr at Freelmrer. 111. -j Mr and Mrs. Harry Stag- - liavi for an attack Coj George P. Bright o Middles-reiiuiic- d of eczema which has to Kno.wille after spend- - boro. spent the holidays here last II. J. McRoberts, who has beer, proveiv very troublesome. in the holidays with his mother, Mrs. , weefc , ,js daughter' Mrs. Susan quite ill Ihroiiirh the holidays, is imMr. and Mrs. E. L. Reinhart and Jes-i- e proving his many friends are glad family attended the funeral of Win. Stagg. Yea a or. Mrs. Fannie Beck and son, John ; "Mr. and Mrs. George Champ Terry to know. Scott, Mrs Reinhart's brothei-in-a-w, Mr. aiid Mr. 11. C. Baughman have renamed home to Miclugan af-- announce the engagement of their in Danville, last week. tea. a protracted visit to lier parents, daughter, Miss Ruth Eagleton Tei-M- r. are rceiinir the congratulation of Capt. R. C. Linville, of Paris, who j and Mrs. Thomas Oaks. ry, to the Rev. Williams Higgins their friends upon the birth of a inns on the Kentucky Central into Mrs. Chloe "Wilson of Paris, came Ilopper, of Louisville. The wedding laughter. The little lady has been this city, was married Sunday to down Chri-tiu- as dav to be with her will be quietly solemnized at the-- i earned Roberta Cash Baughman, for Mrs. Price, formerly of tin city. aunt. Mrs. J. W. Ilagin, of Cov- - The bride i the widow of Capt Phi' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas home of the bride on Fourth street February. Louisville Time- ir.L'ton. Price, who was well known heny . earlv in Oaks. Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Kice, ol' Louis-jill- e, Mrs. J. W. Hagin, of Covington, wcre here several days last In been spending several days with Social Calendar ; week with friends and relatives. her sister, Mrs. II. C. Baughman. Jan. 14th Dixie Hook. Club will 3n&s Ella Mav Saunders has been Mrs. M. M. Sweeney has returned meet with Mrs. W. W. Saunders at Upending several days with Capt. and home ntter spending the kohdavs two o clock. h1Vs L B Coffey at Frank- i PERSONAL AND SOCIAL ! Edward Cooper, who spent the Rev. P. L. Bruce spent several week with his parents, near holidays Avith his parents, returned days last to Litchfield, 111., yesterday. Spring Hill, Tenn. J. F. Holt-claof Lancaster Mr. Lee Xunnelley is quite ill at shaking hand the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. was here Monday with his friends. S. Murphy, Ilustonville. w, near w-t- : I , 1 - tr.,,1, W.tm , Millersburg Military returned to . Claiborne j Institute tin morning. Walton will go back in the moriniiir. Mrs. Mary 15. Craig, Mi-- s Belle Denny and W'. B. Mclvinney are in j j il- T nr l near iiuuor r. u. uicunionii io l. Gordon's- serie of lectures. Rev. P. L. Bruce : m Richmond attending the lecture- - of the famous preacher and lecturer, Mr. Gordon, of Atlanta. T?-iT . V. ,.,.., .,! ?ir. Beverly Rout and sou J.'O hack from a visit to her parents, in Louisville. Claud Privett and Miss Cavlic Fletcher and Mr. Carl Smith and Miss Lizzie Lucas, of the Mt. Salem " "v' """ i.i..v "- - 1' vicinity, drove to the home of Rev. bclKvilIe this morning to T. G. Martin at Middleburg and were make Stantortl their home, iliev mriiried Wednesday, December 2Hd. . in'1 domiciled at the .unnelley prop- ........ erty on Lancaster street. Mr. x- -oe DONT TAKE CALOMEL I J, "wjth t,tl international Harvester ai-rived ! -- fomnanv AIi. Instead of dangerous, alivutin: v,...:.,;.. Calomel to liven your liver whuii Bourne and Bradley Bourne of Gar- - biliou--headachy or constipated get t v.; .ibllil.. ivid "r..i ....,. ailhUI o..7t.. MLi' box of Cascarets. Thev a Neighbor-.- , TashvilIe. and Frcderii-j start the liver and bowels audi of Louisville, have been tfie ue-- tstraighten you up better than nu-tof Mr- - W. K. Wairer. , Calomel, without griping or making t you sick.' 7 1 TJ.. -- r," .." , .iq.-iinj;i- i;i 10-ce- nt k 1 y" Book Reception ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE Now in Progress ready for The large reductions made now in almost every section of the Store in order to keep stocks the reception of new goods for Spring, 1915, make this a splendid time for the advantageous purchasing of merchandise of a high standard at absolute clearance prices. up-to-da- te, On Saturday afternoon, Jan. !Uh, o'clock in the Woman's Club Rooms at the courthouse, a receptive committee will be in waiting1 to receive the books asked for aa. a Christmas present to the Stanford public library. Many, no doubt received books at Christmas. tim that they will not care to keep niter reading, and it they could realize, the interest manifested by the many callers for books, they Avould :hj at "three glad to contribute to the grand enterprise. Miss Lind.i Miller, of Buffalo, N. Y., ie of the most interested promoters of the Free Public Library, has the honor of being the first to respond to this call. WHY HAIR FALLS OUT ..,., Final Clearance Sale of Tailored Suits We have about seventp:iive high grade tailored suits all in newest styles in Women's and Misses sizes, which we now offer at tremendous price reductions. Now is your opportunity to secure a new suit at half arid lessregular low prices. We have divided the entire stock into two lots, and now offer unrestricted choice of . . . $14.75 $9.75 All Suits selling regularly at $25.00 to $40.00 at All Suits selling regularly at $18.50 to $22.50 at .. Dandruff causes a feverish irritation of the scalp, the hair roots shrink, loosen- - and then the hair comes out fast. To stop falliug haix-a-t once and rid the scalp of- - every particle of dandruff, get a 2o"cent bottle of Danderine at any' drug; store, pour a iittle in your hand and rub well into the scalp. After a few applications all dandruff disappears and the hair stops coming out. Administrator's Notice All persons holding claims against the estate of K. C. Durham, deceased, will present same pioperly pi oven to J. X. Menefee, Jr., at Stanford or to myself, J. B. Dinwiddie. Adnsr . '2-- 3 Clearance Sale of Women's and Misses' Coats WOMEN'S COATS e Clearance Sale Prices On all Table Linens, Napkins, Towels, ; Choice of All Silk or Worsted Dresses at Exactly Half Price A Clean-u- p RAINCOATS of CLEARANCE OF WOMEN'S SHOES Every coat in our stock now goes Our entire stock of Raincoats offer- ' Prices. ed at greatly reduced prices. at Heai-anc$ 7.50 $12.50 Coats reduced to 1, eoiK $10-0- Silk Canton Coats, now $o.5U Jk"7K $10.00 Coats reduced to fo.oO Gabardine Coats now $IZ.0U TiJ.oO .Y20.00 Coats reduced to Poplin Coats now ... .$4.75 lO.UU $2o.00 Coats reduced to 0 ODDS AND ENDS Ready-Mad- e Sheets, Silks, Of Women's and Misses Shoes $1.00 Pair 'at I lots of the season's best styles All broken lines and discontinued now offered at big price reductions. MISSES' COATS A splendid assortment of Stylish Coats to cose out. .$ 8.50 Coats reduced to $32.50 Coats reduced to $15.00 Coats reduced to $20.00 Coats reduced to Blankets, Comforts, "Misses DRESSY SHIRT WAISTS j $ 5.00 $ 750 $ 9.75 $12.50 A big line of Silk, Laee and Chiffon Waists to .close. $ 3.50 Waists reduced to $1.96 $ 0.50 Waists reduced to ...$3-5$15.00 Waists reduced to... .$8.50 0 Dress Goods, Neckwear, and Accumulated odd styles and sizes $?.00 $3.95 Shoes at" all high, grade shoes values up Button Models, made of Patent $1.00 to .5.00. choice now at Calf, Coltskin and Gun Metal. $4.50 Shoes SCHOOL SHOES at 3.45 out about the Joth of January. v Miss Kathleen Doan spent hist Sunday with hei; frend, Miss Eui.l Plynn. Miss Mary Lee Wilson is at home for Christmas from Lexington. Miss Myrtle Tinslev was the of her cousins, Misses Frnnkie and I innie Smith. Miss Lda Sims came homi. iVtim Yosemite last Sunday to sjicud tn-eit DUNCAN The Locust Grove school Avili be' Christina. Underwear.of'all .kinds;. Gar--. . MISSES AND CHILDREN Button Styles- - of Mat Kid, Patent Kid and Gun Metal. 3.50 Shoes $10.00 $ 8.50 $ 6.50 $ 5.00 $ 3.50 CHILDREN'S COATS SEPARATE SKIRTS AT HALF PRICE TIT $51)0 1 e nave uiviueo. vur enure sluck Coats reduced to $425 of separate Dress Skirts into two Coats reduced to Coats reduced to... .$325 lots and offer choice of either $1J8 and $5.00 $2.75 Coats reduced to .$5 to $12.50 Of .Skirts worth Coats reduced to .$U5 At Reduced Prices at Models -- $2.95 pets, Rugs, Linoleums v'Sxv-- ' . and-- . $3.5fr Shoes 'reduced to -. .- .. $2.95 Lace $2.45 . and Button m Tan $2.45 at: Lace Curtains. -- ..... .$30Q Shoes reduced to $2.50 Shoes reduced to 2.00 Shoes reduced to $1.50 Shoes reduced to Calf and Patent Calf. $1.95 I $3.00 Shoes at $1.65 Button Styles in Cloth Top, Patent .. .. $1.20 and Gun Metal. Mr. J. J. Falconberry has h:s hoiise cempleted and will move into it soon. Mrs. "Collins of this place has been en tha sick list but is1 improvn-g-. Mrs. Minnie Gastineau ha been with ker mother, Mrs. Vanhook for several days. Milford and Henderson Hoirue visited their parents. Mr. .anif Mrs. J. C. Smith this wpaI- Walter Sims went to Monday. jn-an- " d WISEMAN COMPANY WELSH & DANVILLE, KENTUCKY -. ? TV Hfi $ i itmHimmmJi . s MiMk,'. : ,- j ' y !3 f ' tF v- m m M ' s . w ' ma&&iBim& ...mumsmmmmim s . . i g w ' - .:. fi J. - .. . ... C- l S.- -. - Exctllent fer Stemadi Treit!e "Clambcrl'uVs Tablets are jut fine tor stomach trouble." writf? 3frs. G. C. Dunn, Arnould, Pa. r was bothered with this complain Bome time and fWrmemfltr Tio.1 hiliens attacks. Chamberlain's" Tab-lef- ts afforded me maf Tli'af fVm itlii first, and since taking oae bot tle ot them I feel like a different perse." For sale by all dealers. for ' .1.. . i! t ll rv - s 3" r THE INTERIOR JOURNAL SJT.1. C STAMFORD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 1915. t- -&i? wy,, & t.l' - 4Wt2TW-- - O t ifc No Mistake This Time Quarantine is now off and we are i' INDIGESTION. ENDED. STOMACH FEELS FINE Lucian M. Grant, of Lancaster, sold two hogs to V. A. Lear of the Time "Pape's Diapepsin!" In FM same place at six and cents, weighing lio pounds each. Minutes all Sourness, Gas, HeartV. At'&Jwur of Lancaster, shipped burn and Dyspepsia is Gone a car load of hogs to Hubbard, one-fourth FARM AND STOCK NEWS r Free to Maxwell Owners Am prepared- to re-char- ge ready to do business so bring on your cattle and other live stock. Expect a good crowd with lots of buyers for Monday, so do not fail, to come and bring your cattle. The panic and the quarantine are off. Also have a buyer for car load year-lin- g mules. Bring them in for Mon- day. Buyer will be here. A.T.Nunnelley Attention Ladies ! We have just received from the Eastern markets about 300 Ladies', Misses' and Children's Coats; capes plain and regular black cloth coats. . We will sell these coats at very low prices, as we bought them so we cculd save our customers money. Come and see these coats and youwill see something new. ROBINSON'S Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank. FOX RIDGE COAL If you are not burning our RED-ASFOX 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. 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 & CO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY Sanders' January Specials Begin January 8th, J 9 15 10 Quart Heavy Galvanized Pails, 12c. Enameled Covered Buckets, 2, 3 and 4 Quart 12c Lots of other BARGAINS can't mention in this advertise-sftt- t Special Prices paid for all PRODUCE. r vanish in five pounds at $G.50. MBBt pB C. A. Wright, of Columbia, TenIf your stomach is in a continunessee, bought fifty head of mules ous revolt if you can't get it reguat Dauville lubt week for the British lated, for your sake, try Pape's government from five to twelve years old at prices ranging from ij115 Diapepsin. It's so needless to have a bad stomach make your next meal With to $140. He was assisted by B. G. a favorite food meal, then take a Fox. little Diapepsin. There will not be . Leach, of Arabia, was in town Monday, and reported that he sold any distress eat without fear. It's At The hib tobacco for a good price on the because Pape's Diapepsin "really out-o- f order Danville market. He had 2,330 does" regulate weak, pounds and averaged about 10 cents stoma ches that gives its millions of Opera House Saturday Night. a pound for it. Muck Elliott, of the sales annually. Get a large fifty-cecase of same section, sold 3,900 pounds at HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT Pape's Diapepsin from any drug an average of about eight cents, and Clay Snow sold a small crop of about store. It is the quickest, surest stom- The People's Market ' Place Adver-Yo- u ach relief and ,cure known. It acts 1,123 pounds at five cents. . tise What Have to Sell almost like magit it is scientific, harmless and pleasant stomach The Dr. Wesley Sale Wedding presents at Mueller's preparation which truly belongs in Jewelry Store, Stanford. At the Dr. James Wesley sale on every home. 1 December '23, one and one-ha- lf miles east of Mt. Salem, household gold LOST. Pair of rimless More Potash Coming goods brought satisfactory prices. spectacles in Prince, case. Reward American crops and soils are still for return to this office. The stock sales were as follows: 2 as hungry for Potash as befor-- j the two Jersey heifers $50 each; one thoroughbred Jersey cow $68; one outbreak of the European War, SUBSOILING season is drawing which curtailed the Potash ship- near. Don't forget our stock of Jersey cow for $100; one ments. Oliver plows, plow gear, plow harbrood mare $110; one Some of the Fertilizer Compani- ness etc. W. II. Higgins. 2 brood mare $111; one brood mui'e $132.50; pair es are tryiuy to induce the farmers d low Potash or SEEDS are high this year. Buy a of horse mule colts $121; mare mule to buy the no Potash fertilizers of a generaSuperior Clover Seeder and save mare colt $48: pair of tion ago. This means a fertilizer money. Look at our seeders. Y. H. mule $225; pair of coming I 2 mare mules $224; pair of hat is prolitable to the manufactur- Higgins. er, but not the best for the farmer. work mules, eight and ten years old When the Syndicate in 1910 started LOST A couple of Angora goats with harness on $262.50; filly the direct sales of Potash to deal- strayedr from my place. Will be horse $139: $106; ten Angora goats $40: 100 ers and sales increased 65 per cent, thankful for any information as to barrels of corn brought $3.07 2 in one year, a t clear proof that far- tbeir whereabouts and give a reward mers know Potash pays. They for their leturn. W. L. McCARTY, i per barrel at the crib. Know that Potash gives good yield, Stamford. 2 good quality and resistance to plant Will Hold State Poultry Show diseases. FOR RENT For 1915, a 225 acre The State Poultry Show, schedulMany of the Fertilizer manufac- farm with good improvements, a ed to have been held at Lexington turers are billing to meet the far- splendid tobacco barn and silo. during Farmers' .Week, but which mer's wishes and sell him what he About 15 acres for tobacco, about was called off-- on account of the Ihinks he needs. These manufac- 50 acres for corn and small grain, prcvalunee ol the turers artf now willing to furnish as balance in grass-- . Apply to Hughes disease, will be held after all. much Potash as they can secure. and Martin Stanford, Ky. Prof. J. J. Hooper has received They offer goods Avith 5 per cent. a telegram from Secretary of Agri" Potash, NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS if the farmers insist on it. culture J. W. Newman stating that Shipping conditions are improv- The regular annual meeting of the the embargo had been lifted, as the ing, more Potash is coming forward stckholders of the First National disease was now although the cost of production and Bank will be held on the second believed to be under control. The transportation are higher. The high- Tuesday in January next at 10 o'poultry show will therefore be held er price clock A. M., at their banking house of as originally intended the week of ly to the fertilizer is not due whol- in Stanford, Ky. H. C. Baughman, slightly higher cost of January 4 to 9 inclusive. From the Potash. Much of the Potash that Cashier. number of entries which have been will be used in next spring's ferti-- , received to the poultry show, it is lizer had NOTICE On January l(f, 19ir, reached America before believed that more than 2)000 fowls, the war started. at tha late residence of the late including an attractive exhibit of There is no substitute for Potash. Han'ey Floyd, at 1 o'clock P. M., I pigeons, will be displayed. We can no more return to the will offer for rent the Floyd farm fertilizer of twenty years ago than for the year 1915. Terms made Card to the Public we can return to the inefficient known on day of renting. S. G. ELWe "want to thank all our friends farm implements or unprofitabale LIOTT, Admr. for their patronage and courtesies livestock of that period. H. A. during the past year and hope they STRAY horse was taken up in will all continue to patronize us. Stanford; is about 7 or 8 years old, We will endeavor to please all, as A Trial Will a bay; star in forehead, one white Convince Anyone everything is under our personal foot and one behind on right side; The Great Kidney Remedy attention. Our rates will be the same, burst hoof on left hind foot. Ownei also the monthly hitches, with the Never Disappoints can get same by paying keep charge exception of public entertainments and this adv. B. D. CARTER. Chief A at night, when they will be required with few years ago I was troubled of Police, Stanford, Ky. tf a complication of kidney and to pay the same as others. Owing to the extra line of help, we must make stomach ailments and although 1 NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS tried two or three different doctors, this change. Thee regular annual meeting of the Wishing all a prosperous New I was unable to obtain a cure. Hav- stockholders of the Peoples Bank Year. We remain. CARTER & CAR- ing heaid a great deal about Swamp-Roo- t, of Hustonville will be held on the I decided to give it a trial and TER, Stanford. 2 purchased a bottle of seeond Tuesday in January next at Mr. Alexander, the druggist. From 10 o'clock A. M., at tbeir banking in Hustonville, Ky., J. W. the beginning I could notice a change bouse Iloskins, Cashier. for the better and after taking eight bottles of your medicine, I felt enon NOTICE The annual meeting by tirely cured and have not had any Wednesday, January 6, J 9 14 the stockholders of the State Bank As 1 am forced by bad health to trouble since. & Trust Company, of Stanford for Had I began using Swamp-Rogo to Florida, and having rented the purpose of electing officers and my place, I will sell at public auc- sooner, I would have been a few directors for the year 1915 will be tion at the place, a quarter of a hundred dollars to the good and the second Tuesday of Jan. 1915 at saved myself a lot of suffering. mile from Turnersville on the 30 o'clock A. M. 3iL B. SALIN, Cash. You may use my testimonial any pike, known as the Obie Yours very truly, Anderson place, the following prop- time you wish. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS CHARLES IE. HARRIS. erty : The, regular annual meeting of the 190 Sixth St. Marion, Iowa, One good, gentle family horse, sevI certify that Charles E. Harris! stockholders of the Lincoln County en years old, two ponies, National Bank will be held on the two good fresh cows; one Jersey signed the above testimonial rn my second Tuesday in January next at heifer; one weanling calf; one Jer presence, being first duly sworn to 10 o'clock A. M., at their banking sey heirer, will be fresh in April; the truth thereof, this the 12th day house in Stanford, Kv. W. M. Bright one Jersey heifer, will be fresh in of July, 1909. 97-t- d Cashier. D.R.KINLEY, J. P. August; one mare, sentlo enough for a woman to drive; NOTICE TO STOCK HOLDERS Letter to one good rubber tire buggy, good as The regular annual meeting of the Dr. Kilmer L Ce. new: one steel tire buggy; one pony stockholders of the Crab Orchard Binghamton, N. Y. trap, good as new and harness; two Banking Company will be held on the sett of buggy harness; one boys' second Tuesday in January next at Will D0 saddle; 25 or 30 barrels of corn in Prove What Swamp-Ro- ot 10 o'clock A. M., at their banking For You crib; one organ; lot of canned house in Crab Orchard, Ky. J. C. Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Bailey, Cashier. fruit; lot of nice meat and lard; 99-thousehold and kitchen furniture, as Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample size bottle. It will convince anygood us new; 100 chickens. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS TERMS All sums under $10.00 one. You will also receive a book- The regular annual meeting of the cash in hand. All over that amount let of valuabble information, telling stockholders of the National Bank six months with good notes at six about.the kidneys and bladder. When oi Hustonville will be held on the per cent interest from date of sale. writing, be sure and mention the second Tuesday in January next at I mean to sell everything, your price Interior Journal. Regular fifty-ce10 o'clock A. M., at their banking is mine. Sale begins at 10 o'clock. and size bottles for sale house in Hustonville, Ky. J. W. 6. E. LUTES. at all drug stores. Hocker, Cashier. 98td Ilaus & Ragsdale, also a car load Sour, gassy, upset stomach, indiSaturday to thein. Mr. Lear bought gestion, heartburn, dyspepsia; when 30 head of heavy hogs in the the food you eat ferments into gases Spoonville section. J. W Tate, of Boyle, sold to J. C. and stubborn lumps; your head achJohnstone, a Danville buyer, 11 head es and you feel sick and miserable, you realize the magic d cattle at $7. He also that's when Diapepsin. of m Papes It makes all delivered, 37 Jiog& that averaged 2oT minU-tC- :, stomach misery 1,000-pouu- your storage batteries. They should be fully charged at ail times to maintain the highest efficiency and prevent freezing. If the car is not in use the battery should be month. re-charg- ed at least once each Vogel's Minstrels. This service is maintained primari- ly for Maxwell owners but will be extend- nt ed to others at a reasonable price. H. C. CARPENTER STANFORD, KENTUCKY 2-- 2-- nine-year-ofive-year-o- ld ld nine-year-o- ld 2-- Condensed Report of the CONDITION OF THE condition of the LINCOLN COUNTY one-side- two-year-o- ld two-year-o- ld NATIONAL December 31, 1914 RESOURCES BANK CRAB ORCHARD BANKING CO. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. At the Close of Business Dec. 31, 1914 2-- four-year-o- ld two-year-o- ld 1-- th-.-.- 2-- , ,!3ol5,I05 Loans U. S. and Lincoln 131,(500 County Bonds Bank. House Fur. & Fix. 10,7j0 2,017 Stock Fed'l Reserve Bk Due from Bk & U.S.Treas 27,9GU 21,7.13 Cash 44 00 RESOURCES 00 50 5S 21) ! foot-and-mou- th tltf foot-and-mou- th LIABILITIES Capital Stock $15, 000.00 Capital 3,000.00 $100,000 00 Surplus 106-2Surplus and profits ....101,000 00 Undivided Prohts ... 132,000 00 Deposits $37,323.03 Circulation 9,230.00 46,553.03 174,0711 39 Time Dep. Deposits 8,000.00 00 Bills Payable 38,S0O Bills payable 200 42 Fund to pay tax $72,659.24 LIABILITIES 1 $547,372 81 $59,383.22 Overdrafts 777.86 Banking house &Lot 1,500.00 Furniture and Fixtures 1,500.00 Due from Banks 7.68fi A9 Cash 1,812.07 872,659.24 Bills ir-- ,t v. -td December HiwHikCar) A10flOU a, o: 1914 Year Expenses, taxes and Taxes Paid interest paid $0,913 12 Dividend No. 13, Dividend No. 33, 5 per cent 5,000 00 6 per cent CarripH tn Snmlnc VA. rP ... o i7 c $."47.372 81 Gross Earnings and Undivided Profits rnnii.n Ending 913 12 1 J.V1AV i rllrco R'fi"!'1?"31 carried Undivided Profits $3,795.58 2,131.14 158.23 900.00 106.21 $3,795.58 $11,913 12 Dfl OA ( 2-t- d. DR. J. G. CARPENTER lias op ened his office in the Lincoln County National Bank Buildinir, Room 21. on the right of the stairway, and will continue to practice diseases of the Eye, Nose, Throat, Ear, Genito- 2-- Good methods, good facilities and good treatment attract good customers. You will find them Banking Comat the Crab urinary, Rectal and Pelvic Diseases pany, whichOrchard is seeking your busiand Surgery. Eyes skillfully examinness. ed and glasses prescribed when ncc J. C. BAILEY, Cashier. 100-essarv. 8. 2-- one-doll- ar JOHNW. VOGEL'S BIG CITY Public Sale ot Mc-Kinn- ey MINSTRELS A New Show With New Features THE BIGGEST, BEST AND MOST COMPLETE MINSTREL well-brok- en ORGANIZATION JOHNW. VOGO. Tm MtN.ntet. Kma eight-year-o- ld IN EXISTENCE j PRICES: 75c, 50c and 25c On Sale at Shugars' Drug Store THE BIG SHOW EVERYBODY GOES TO SEE d. SATURDAY, JANUARY 9TH. FREE STREET PARADE AT NOON nt one-doll- ar tyEMQRIAlS. No tribute is so . appropriate cut from en, s a monument, suring granite. It stands unaltered, unchanged, preserving a iue,iaory through the long vyears. ' I invite INSURE Your Property in the Old Connecticu Fire Inwirmace Co. ' of Hartford! w a r L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Ky. I . t-- and desigas monument. oh to see my work i 5 before yoa buy a - .WMimsM Con HARRY JACOBS, Stanford. Ky. tere!xma.iex!ss23r pa HWl .." jk- S mC, d pMHy YiJBIHn. ABBK7 a J"f i VmL. r? . rmZ j -- $., sf, . v .,$?. vr jgynssrsge-p- r Fr ;,, &cvmric:.i UwUe,yR. d. g2ztimm& i m ' f--l ' AaAanaWflMW, - "- - ', FOR RENT OR SAliE A two story brick residence in Hustonville, on Danville street.'" The house has seven rooms,back porch, which extends, to the cistern, a large veranda in tront, cistern, good barn with a new metal roof on it, all necessary room, in barn for three 'horses, .lot j shed. This is a good' fof . I lr iJil.-- . I unuj pav wiiu$ iu uiuc Iifvwnu. 'Iawi' as nave - toe advantage oi me scuoot. There is a good, concrete walp in farther parb-M, front mi the koos. Br,T : W. M iiH..ir .m MUVB. WJWMiM T Ndf.-bugg- Forget to Go to T: U. NEWLAND Opposite Court House I I s -- - For your Giristmas Oysters, Celery and Cranberries 1C8 &jpgm&9 n-vi- ;a. l-- t . y jMpy baj? j?6qfe-rgr- ritowwM-. i. ,,; irr . - i .rank ;! j-- j: J I