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Established I Ml 55th Year Nt. 4. I. The iNTEfeR Journal 1" Stanford, Lincoln County. Kwrtvcky Tuesday, 'January COL WALTON'S NEW 12, 1915. i PtMT StSfS Wilts Timu Watck tke Date Ob Label aa Xeacw Year Sakacriptiea Preaatly TI Tuesdays and Fridays y sr J! - Adams Wins at Berea CASWELL SAUFLEY BACK Ben Jennings, of Danville, Las WEEKLY PAPER Announcement was made from FBOM SCENES OF WAR Linclon County's Oldest Citizen Washington Saturday come to Stanford to take charge of As President of State Bank & Trust of the appointCo. Banks Elect Directors . Celeebrates 95th Birthday tenor Journal's mechanical de- ment of L. C. Adams, as postmaster Local Boy in Uncle Sam's .Mere Buyers Were Here Than Beeves tne First Issue Will Appear Saturday, Flying jjuniueui, wuicii me new manageat Berea. The appointment was made and Mules Were Scarce PoliJanuary 16th, and Says He Mr. James Dudderar. Lifceoln upon ment plans to make the best equipService, Saw Exciting Scenes The three Stanford banks held recommendation of Cogres-ma- n county's oldest citizen, celebrated ped and most efficient in the state, elections for directors .today which tics Warming a Trifle Will IMnteroGtiny to All ' Harvey Helm. Considerable loIn Mediterranean his 95th birthday Friday and his cal .prepared for any kind of work. Mr. resulted as follows: interest attached to the contest Very bad and vet weather spoil- - Jennings is probably the highest Col. Wi. P. Wialton, who proposes daughter Mrs Bowman Owens, and over this plum as a brother of W. S. Fir&t National: John C. Robinson, Lieut. Caswell Saufley. of Stand the prospects for a corking good ' salaried and most efficient printer S. T. Harris. J. S. Hocker, C. R. to cstablsh a weekly newspaper in Mi's. Sam M. Owens made it an oc- Fish of this city and a close eonsin ford, who has been a member of the Some of Dr. M. D. Early, of Stanford, court dav here Monday. But not ever in Stanford, lie is an expert on Coleman, M". D.Elmore, H. C. Lexington, has issued the following casion long to 25 friends were inyited to the hospi- also applicants withstanding the fact that it rained a linotype muchiue and an Baughman, F. lleid, J. M Pettus, propettus : for the office, but aeronautic corps on the I'nited table home of Mr. Owens, near Jiard nearly all day long, quite a few high class job and advertising and W. G. Gooch, J. C Eubanks, "Win. were among the also rans. Announce- Suites cruiser Xorth Carolina, in New Paper For Lexington and a dinner-wits- ' people came to town and most of pressman. The addition of Mr. Jen Beck . set by the ment has also been made from Wash- Mediterranean waters, ha been reTo the Public-A- fter above ladies that would have ap- ington of the appointment them were looking for something to nings to the L's J. force will enable! of two due re'flectioti and consid- pealed State Bank.& Trust Co.,: Dr. G to turn out th'e very highest quali-- 1 to any epicurean. In fact. rural rout earners out of Paint turned to this country together with liade. There were about 300 cattle at it e - eration of the possibilities of an his brother aeronauts, Mutm there were many things-tNunnelley's stock yards, and the de- - t of work of all kinds, and" its very , tickle j y CTV ' W. L fj Garrard, county. William. P, weekly paper in Lexington, the p'afate "- - ? ' ou""s and Cupehart, juid will bo that it would be difficult Kogers will curry route No. 2 and 4inand far exceeded the supply. Buy complete mechanical equipment per - ' """"J? C" and here worge ii. 1 B; '. ,ers were here from all over this and mils it to do so at prices" the other ?Ihrtmc. I Il"w byhave decided to start onethe public j to enumerate them., After the ele- Stephen D. Todd will cany Route stationed at the Hying stuhuu at ask friends and 11UUUIO' counties, and what offerings fellntr.WtTm.nt- AIt- rJJ1Bce. J- - ' l'hnation Presi- - generallymy to give me their mor- gant; meal had been partaken of Mr. No. 3. iVnsucola. Fla., during tbe remain0f Dudderar gaye.; his visitors a brief there were were quickly gobbled up at ed on the Leexington Lader,Vthe ?ud.rV Tbr Charles Hadden avus appointed! der of the winter. Lieut. Sautley is support to en- hisfory of his'long and honorable life. good prices. The fact that. sufficient Transylvania Printing Company and dent W. L. McCarty was acccpte'd al arid pecuniary postmaster at Jackson, Breathitt now in Knoxville, Tenn., visiting bi u,..,. i,; G. Perry was chosen in able me to make it the suae'ess it Hip mind is as clear today , .; ur. ;f,r of.,vi:..i.... notice could not be given to unlyiug at it county. puice. Mr. McCarty's health should be. 1 cm confident that a was in the prime of Ife and lie is mother, Mrs. Sallie 11. Sautley and ejections of the country that tu- - thoroughly on everything ' WOUM not permit him to give the weekly issued along the lines I have as good an .entertainer as he was tlinf norfnlnc fn, fl.u ,.f V his sister. Mis. T. S. Webb, Jr. He quarantine had been declared oif, Mrs. A. C. Dunn Buried Here mapped out will prove a. welcome thirty years ago when he old goods kept quite a lot of stock from get- He. has recently been doing .some bank: the, attention he deemed The remains of Mrs. A. C. Dunn 'lis expected here shortly for a short visitor to every family and to that in Stanford. Mr. Dudderar is in ting to market here, is "the opinion of good work on the Danville Messenvisit to his Rowan baufley. Lincoln County National: G. W. end 1 will devote my fullest energy. many respects a. rdmaijcable man were brought here from Wilmore and family brother, A. T. Xunuclley, proprietor of Stan- ger. The Advocate said of him Monbefore going south. . Besides a "tligcbt of tire general and Lincoln county has few, if any and laid to rest in the Buffalo ford's famous stockyards. Stanford day: Mr. Ben Jenniugs left yester Carter, W. M. Bright, W.H. Cum The naval flyers .'inle home on ip undoubtedly by far the best stock day for Stanford, where he has ac- - j mins, M. D. Elniore W. D. Edmis and local new, editorials and mis better. That he may live for many Springs cemetery at 1:30 Sunday steamer Finland which wa threw market south of the Kentucky river, cepted a position as machinist and ion S. J- - Embry, Jr., Lilburn Goocb cellaneous mutter, there will be de- more, years and continue to spread afternoon beside the body of her times stopped in the Mediterrunuon and already Mr. Xunnelley is mak- linotype operator on the Interior R- - L Hubble, W. M. Matheny, J. N. partments devoted to farm topics sunshine on the way, is the wish of father, Mr. Barney VanArsdale. by war vessels. Although the four liev. C. II. Greer, of this place, ofing preparations for a record break- Journal. He is a first-clas- s man injMenefee, Sr. A. T. Nunnelley, J. B. society affairs, fashions, Biurets, his friends, whose name is legion. especially of tobacco and stuck, and fered an appropriate prayer at the officers were reticent about dising influx of beeves and buyers next every branch of the mechanical d-- 5 Paxton. J. W. Rochester, T. C. Ran- grave and remarks Avere made bv cussing conditions in Turkey, it was anything else that amuse, instruct Master Commissioner Sales ourt day, now that- - the lid is off and parlment of the newspaper work. kin, E. C. Walton. and interest. Jn short it will be a lev. Andrew Johnson, of Wilmore. learned that for several days alter the demand for stuff is so keen. Master Commissioner E. D. Pen- Two favorite songs of the deceased the declaration of war by Turki- paper for the fireside and the busi Mule buyers were here in force Raising Not "Cain" But Valuations GOES HE WAY OF ALL GOOD ness office and 1 trust soon to have nington made the following sales "on were sung, after which the body was somewhat of a panic existed among Monday also but unable to find much By grapevine wire the news comes Monday: laid away to await the resurrection the American missionaries of the that suitd thorn. B. G.- Vox. of .... to thib office thdt thi Board nl Sun- - Walker Routt Dies Near Peyton's it find its way into most of them. The Felix White farm on the road morn. Besides The paper will be Democratic and her husband Mrs. Beirut district, and that as a matter viJIe was looking for some ajied by- - trvisors is doiu,r Weil Early Sunday Morning tall "raisins' ? soiu w 0- 1 11 will be sent out on Friday morn- leading from the Somerset pike to Dunn leaves four children, Will, of precaution the officer- - of the J nous ior tne T i . and French The board has been in session- a cnttsii ing in time to catch the rural de- - Mason's Gap containing 31 acres, Lucien and Charley Dunn- - and a Xarth Carolina had mapped out the government, but was able to secure week and the entire time has been At an early hour Sunday morning to Wilson Alexander for $1,700. daughter, Miss Xnncy Lee Dunn, principal streets around the Amerinr- "" 1, ",1 " .,1 jii- - only olio pair. He is advertising for taken up with the Stanford Magis .1, 1,;. iiiruiit lieu.. Peyton's Well .Mil. o"fMi, F"o The J. M. Carter nlace in the West all ud of whom were present at the buri- can missions and consulate , , ...0 aged mules in this issue of the I. J. terial District and the better land Walker Routt's spirit returned to (End was bought by the widow for al. Two children who preceded her were in readiness, on signal, to land in .... : tt ua i..... ;.. is fixed at the low one of $1.50 a ar.d will have a buyer here Thursday. ii.,fr .i:.,...3.. i. : 41. fcA "ivi, marines should the occasion demand. ..i "R. B. 'and J. H. Wood AL,n m a"aiXo anu; I ask alt ivno The II. R. Mills farm near High- lie buried in the cemetery at Hustonm pel uac. 11 ...:n lilKU III ,i0i,mno. win, j.iri a, iuuj, wiuc, uu.- I i... are looking ,. w ifj. fmnint;m The situation in Turkey with reXll i".iviui alter th0 matter for him and want least two more weeks to complete ii..u.j, u sufferer for years from think I eaji produce a paper in every land did not sell, it failipg to bring ville. Mrs. Dunn was 49 years old spect to. the attitude toward foreignaS Deeu nt and had for many years been a all of the hybrids that they can get. the work, the Hubtonville, Crab Or- -' dropsy. The burial took place in the way Avorthy of their support to send of the appraised value. member of the Methodist ers when they left, they said, was me that amount. : There is a great demand for aged chard and Wayne&burg The J. J. Durham place at districts Hustonville cemetery Monday morn-havin- g My reputation as a newsp-apechurch. She graduated from Stan-- j decidedly peaceful. The incident of mules from the scene of war. They the tiring upon the launch of the yet to be gene over. In break-- ! ig after frief senices at the home man, I am was. bought by the McKinney ford Female College here 20-osure, guarantees a fulhave been killed off so fast fti the ing the news to tlu land owners, the and at the grave by Rev. C. R. 'iennessee by the Turk wu given Deposit Bank for $170. years ago and a short while afterfighting during the past several I. J. does it to prepare them for Blain. Besides being a splendid citi- - fillment of niy promises and I thev thought. wards was married to the man wliose more prominence, expect to receive a liberal months that nearly all of the counthan conditions justified. a the they may expect, as well as to j zen, Mr. Routt had for years been hat TaylorNichols cup of sorrow is full to overflowing. to my appeal. tries engaged are looking to the tell the news, it matters not who it ' a member of the Presbyterian church One of the most beautiful wed- May he and the motherless children shot was merely a AVaniing ti the The first issue will appear on SatUnited States for both mules and hurls or helps, just so warship's boat crew not to run lit aad there are many friends over urday, it is trrte. January and be issued dings "solemnized in Danville this be given strength to bear their los to a mine field. horses. In this connection, much inihe county who learned of his taking from the late 16th, winter was Unit of Miss Flossie and to some day feel that their loss office of Mr. Lucien terest has been aroused over Ken-The officers are attached to the Lincoln Garage Changes Hands away with much regret. Mrs. Routt Beckner, 330, 138 and 140 West Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. is her eternal gain. tucky by the publication of a story Xjivy Aviation Corps and part of Preceded him to the grave a nnmber Short street, whose Job printing Mitchell Taylor and Henry Lyons The Lincoln Garage on Cutoff in the Lexington and other city pa street, changed hands late last week their time abroad has been spent iu years bnt tl,e following children plant and good will have purchas- Nichols, last Wednesday in the The Rook Club I pers, that E. F. Carman, a noted Proprietor observing the aerial work of tluj E. D. Pennington selling arc left to mourn the loss of a land ed. A cordial 'invitation is extended Methodist church, Kev. W. 0. SadOn last Tuesday afternoon the French and British. They declined race horseman has been commission- lout to Messrs. Estill indulgent father: Jesse, George ler performing the ceremony in the Carter and to all to.call on me there. regular meeting time of the Book to discuss the matter, sa5'iug they ed to buy 60.000 saddle mounts for D- - Routt and Miss Mary presence of a large concourse of thur C. Coffey, of this city. Mr. Car- - and " Respectfully. Club, Mrs. Robert Bruce was hostess had a report to make to the nava! the French army in the Blue Grass ler will K"lt. Tn their sorrow they have the friends and loved ones. The church the active manager of WL P. WALTON. and entertained the club members authorities at Washington. country of Kentucky. There isn't the this wellbe was beautifully decorated for the auto hospital, witb - omfc)rting thought that they weep slightest doubt in the world but that 3fnster known and a few guests in a delightful Baljmi in WkaoneaiJd fliajLi other; is better Mechanic Dexter occasion, and never did a young con - this wu-- is going- - to make horse --Mrs.. Bruce had- - as her! WARE?FMILY reunion and charge, of the mechanical department, Pittman Santfidye C 1I4.A maimer. Ilia cttlf TlnAn fl.. . .... mule stock mighty valuable and Mr. L.,;L..-- . ,.:-"-- I hoase Suest3 for tbe occasion, Miss n Coffey continuing in his position j Miss Ida Fleece Pittman. the at- -" "uo""uua es Ray and Issie Million, of Rich- scarce during the coming year, as m Mr. H. A Number of Delightful Events Sigu Vogel's Ministrels Pleasing J. McRoberts' furnishtractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Those present besides the well as everything else that the far- ing '. store. Both of the new proprie- friends in Lincoln who extend hear nalize Happy Gathering John W. Vogel's Ministrels pleas- regular members were Miss Ellen R. M. Pittman. of the Parksville mer produces. ana popular e(j a weu fie& nouse Saturday tiest congratulations and good wishes Ballou and Mrs. E. tors are wen vicinity and Clifton Sandidg-- . a Charles Rose, of "Winchester, was young business Known J. Brown. men, and will endeav- - uight The first part was clean and A series of delightful affairs has prosperous and industrous young Win. Severance, Albert Sevhere, looking for some yearling or to continue to turn out McCarty Buys Carter's Store first class good and the specialty work in the been held during the past week or mules, but like the others, he found work erance, P. M. McRoberts, G. G. Per- farmer of Moreland, surprised their of any kind on motor cars. J. M. McCarty, who has been ry and W. A. Tribble all tied for many friends by motoring to Dan-villbeing a continuation of the j seeond was of a high order. There two, them mighty scarce articles. Monday. Dee. 28th. where they which was conducting a restaurant and lodg- highest score. A most appetizing iy7. 'was an abundance of dancing and Ware family As usual, there was 'considerable Al Severance with H. J. McRoberts some steps even newer than the held at the home of Col. auid Mrs. ing house for railroad men Veai" Avere united in marriage by Kev. 11. politics heard on the streets here luncheon was served at the concluA. H. Severance has accepted & maxixe and tango were introduced, F. M. Ware near McKinney. C. Garrison. They were accompanied Mr. the depot in Danville, for the past sion. Monday. Both candidates for Cirposition as chief salesman for H. J. The singing by Mrs. Ben Bowling, sister of the not altogether and Mrs. J. F. Ware, of Boyle, en- few years, last week traded his eswas cuit judge were on hand and one candidate for Commonwealth's Attor- McRoberts in his large gents' fur- - strong, but there were some very tertained at theirt.beautiful home on tablishment for the famous Carter's Compliments Local DeeputyCollector bride, and Misses Cleo Brown, of on Main ?ood voices. The contortionist was the Shakertownpii3one and a half Store, mi ton of TTnll's: 0m nhniif. Parksville, and Ollie Hayden of Danney. Judge Hardin came over from iiiishingh establishment Collector Kowau Saufley ville, friends of the bride. The groom street and has gone to work. Mr. the bast ever seen here, and those miles from Danville, New Year's six miles south of Stanford ou the! P" Dunvilic, where he is holding court, dovoting much tnue to the convc- Som-rs- nt 5k John J. f!nrinr ! is a son of Mr. M. M. Sttndidge, if and was mighty busy with the glad Severance is one of the best known who 'like that part of show should Day. Covers were laid for twenty. and most popular salesman and busi- - have enjoyed it to the fullest. Mock The decorations were in pink and taken possession of the property in tion of blind tigers operators. He Moreland. After the ceremony the hand for the boj's, and Hon. Charles has done some splendid work in Lin- wedding party returned to the bride s C. Fox drove over from Danville liess men in this section of the stata, & Crawford made an excellent musi- - white with mistletoe and holly. It Danville, and will operate it. coln county. As a rule the tiger peo- home where a delightful supper was with Ike Lanier, a prominent and anu will prove a most valuable addi- - cal team and brought forth rounds was an old fashioned country dinple obtain a Goverment license, but served. After January 2!)fh the haphon to Mr. McRoberts'- staff. He0f applause. Harley Morton, as a ner. The .menu being turkey, old School Honor Roll Anderson popular young democrat of Boyle, recent years, they liave been tak- py couple will be at home near More-lan- d. Tom Phillips, who is now stump speaker, Avas fine and those ham, and all accompaniments, eight Grade 1 Anna Sabel, Peyton Den- in whom he has selected for his Mas- succeeds with TJucle Sam. Mr. Many friends of the bride and courses being served. Amoug the ny, Eddie Abt, Walter Jufer. Grade ing chances ter Commissioner in Boyle county in associated with his brother, Frank who know "Fiec Silver" Johnson in ther own store, formerly jbyed his work most, for there guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. B, 2 Walter Burgncr, Odus Chapped, Saufley is being highly commended groom extend heartiest congratulathe event of his election. Both of the J. F. Cummins' place. Friends of Mr. were perons in the audience who Grngg, Sacramento. Cal., Mr. and Christian Urban, Madglena Schaf-fe- r. for his splendid work. Danville tions. Judicial candidates expressed themMessenger. McRoberts aie glad to know that he were almost constrained to the belief Mrs. F. M. Ware, of McKinney; Grade 3 George Breinich, Joselves as well pleased with their reimproving nicely, and hopes to bo that the once Lincoln county politi- - Mrs. Cye Button, Lexington; Mr. sephine Schaffer, Augusta Pike, Dull in County Court ception by the voters here and satis- is Mrs. Beauchamp at More I and out again as soon as tne weather eian had turned his attention to and Mrs. S. H. Pollard, of Hooker, Cecil Chappell, Emma Sammons, fied with the progress they are mak- .a "Dullest January court in years," Mrs. Frances E. Beauchamp, presmaking fun. The brass band was Ok., Mrs. Pikik Baker of Somerset, Lula Abt, Frank Morheimers, Mary ing in the campaign. Lincoln county said County Clerk Cooper when au good and the orchesti-better and Mrsjohn Bishop of Hustonville, Morhcinierst Grade 4 Emma Jufer, ident of the Kentucky Woman's I. J. man called ou him to get the is a battleground in the judge's race, Charles Ensslin Passes Away Christian Temperance Union, will to make a long story short the per- Mrs. J. M. Ware, of Indianapolip Bessie Green, John Sabel. Grade (i and both candidates say that they official transactions of Monday. "The Charles Ensslin, one of the most formance was most enjoyable and Mr. and Mrs. Ansel Wkire, Dallas, Anna Seitz, Roxie Moutag. lecture at the Christian church at will expect a big vote here. As usual a of Charles Ensslin was probatMoreland on Friday evening January S. D. This was one of the series of number of interesting rumors were prominent citizens of the German satisfying. ed a few orders entered and somo 15th. All are invited to hear her. Richardson Clark entertainments being held by the current with regard to the races and settlement of Ottenheim. eight miles little routine work was the extent." Mrs. Mary S. Johnson Dead Ware family of ten children, sits their various ramifications, and those south of Stanford, died at his home Announcement was made at Junche added. The will of Mr. Ensslin SAUFLEY. sisters and four brothers, nine liv- tion City last week that Miss Sara who love the game of politics had there last wreek after a protracted makes his widow, Mrs. Wilhelmina Mrs. Mary S. Johnson, relict of We have had lots of rainy weath- Ensslin, his executrx and leaves his. many a luscious morsel to roll under! illness. Mr. Ensslin was a sfine busi- - Hiram Johnson, died at her home ing and all present except one Richardson, the charming- daughter il in 111., of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Richardson, er in this section for the lajt fev their tongues. Judge John Sam Ows- nf's m:ill. lmviiiir- lioi.n property to her in "fee simple after neur Shelby City of Bright's dis- - brother W H. Ware, of Paris, nA the trninW. ..-.-.uv. u.t,uun who was taken dl with a cold just and Prof 'Emsey Clark of Ashland days. OJ ley, Lincoln county's candidate for devising $50 to Otto Ensslu $100 to the 8lde ot We have learned that Carrier boy 'Herman Ensslin, and ."50 each to Commonwealth's Attorney, had the business. He came to America about! cemetery as he was ready to make his depar- had been married last May. They husbad Kentucky to be at the re- had kept their happy secret well and of the Green River section, who got Ernest and Barbara lEnssliu. The field to himself, and put in a busy 30 years ago. from Wurtemburg. Gcr- - j J," d ",uI ture for many, and soon after settled in Lin- - hriay: bhf, wf 6C. union, but much to the regret of the the announcement was a great sur-pri- shot is better at this writing. day shaking hands with his friends, will of Mrs. Hiram Johnson would most eecl,cnt Christian lady, ior Ware family he was advised by his and urging the democrats not to for-;r- 'l coin county where he had made his'a Creek have been probated but for the abto their many friends. They Mass Grace of Logan's roany many years shehad Ueeu a physician that it would not be safe met at the State Normal School at school, gave her pupils a nice Xmas sence of a witness. The books were to go to the polls on primary day home since. He is survived bv his and children and a host of voted member of thc Baptist church, for him to come. The Ware family Richmond where and give him a big vote iu his home their romance be- tree and entertainment. left open and it was probated today. "d ,Aarons' a god frknd friends and loved ones wUl mounr county. is quite proud of their longevity, as gan. She left an estate valued at $12000 The people had a nice time at i n neighbor, made appropriate remarks the youngest Mat Cohen, was the only candi- that this honest. ona oKW one of the nine chilC r v tltA t ltrhA nnH u Juigo HuhrUau ur the pie supper at the Baptist to ner nepnews ana nieces some , i uuiuc uuu uuuiuei date for a state office, who was on more Straub Spangler church at Fair View. They clear- in number. ments followed the remain to their dren, is nearing three score. The time was sient in dancing and playing hand. He is after the Commissioner News conies from Louisville that ed a nice little sum. Iat resting place. McKinney Masons Efect games of childhood days, with musi Mrs. Mamie it-.- ib. daughter of the of Agriculture's place, and his friends Miss McAlister Entertains. Mr. Sam Boone and wife, of SomThe following officers were electsay that so far he is making a runaic, singing old time religious songs. late "ilighUiii'l Jim' barter, was erset, are back home to take Xmas W. C. T. U. Meeting . Miss Alza MeAUster entertained way race for that honor. Mr. Cohen ed for the year 1915 at meeting held J. H Ware, of Indianapolis, the married in Louisville on Thanks-in- g dinner with their home folks. o number of her friends Friday eveDee. 28. 1914 by McKinney lodge There will be a union temperance bachelor and his bass singing, was is perhaps the best known horseto Dr. C. L. Spangler. The party Misses Elizabeth Lowell and Jen- ning at her beautiful home near meeting at the Methodist church a central figure and all- had a most who gave this paper the information man in Kentucky. He is very popu- i No. 631, F. & A.M.: nie and Sarak Sampson, were the Prea,chersville. Delightful refreshMaster Cleo Thomas. Thursday evening at seven o'clock, enjoyable time. lar here and his friends are workhas known of the marriage for some guests of iss Ada Floyd. ments ere served. The guests presS. W. A. H. Davison. The pastors of all the churches will ing hard to give him a big majority lime but proved her ability to keep Mr. M. C. Floyd spent a few days ent were: Jean McKecknie. Jesse J. W. F. F. kjbley. take part in this service. All are in this county. He was accompanied See rUggins' Hog a secret by not divulging until she at Somerset on business. Lawrence. Mary Pettus, Walter most cordially invited. Mrs..T. D. here by his brother, John Cohen, of Tyler W, J. Duncan. permitted. Miss 'Sarah Sampson and Misses Miller, Delia Lawrence, Logan SteT you have not seen W. H. Higgins' 'was Treasurei" E. J. Tanner. If iRaney, Press Agent. Danville. Ada and Ida Floyd, and Effie Ware venson, Wadie Mae Thompson. John Secretary G. H. Masters. hog take a look at his show window Earfs-- Vest (spent Sunday with Miss Elizabeth Rigsby, Jennie Smith, Willie C, time you pass his store. He the next NEWS OP CHURCHES AttetttiM Kniflhts f Pythias! Edgar Vest and Miss Pearlie Eads Lowell. White. Jewell Goodwin, Clyde Cur--' has a fac simile of the celebrated Twn Brent Bays Land Rv. David Henry Griffin, of Lex- Keepsake 2nd, , the grand champion were made one in the Clerk's' office Mr. C. Ware and family visited tis, Kate Melvin, Woodson Curieii- Every member of Dkidem Lodge, Thos. A. Brent bought .Monday of ington will preach at Turnersville sow owned by The Saltone Stock yesterday by Judge James P. Bai- Mr. J. Ware and family Christmas ter, Ruby Parrish, Elmer Andersonf Xo. 8L Gntghte of Pythias, is re- Robert H. .'Stanley & portion of the Lin- Day. quested to be at the lodge room farm owned by the lateJohn Gooch in Sunday mbrning, next. All invited. Farm at Greensburg, Ind., and it ley. The groom is a well-knoLucy Pettus, Joe Cresa, Alza coln county boy, and his wife, who ' Mr. John J. Carter and Rcbert Come to the mid-weservice at looks so much like a high-clanext regular meeting night. Steps to- the Goshen section, Marion Fields, Roberta' for $600. the Presbyterian church Weduesday porker that one could almost imagine originally from Casey county is as VanHook are going to DafcviUe to Holtzdaw, ward holding a fair here next sumGeorge Hale; SallicJ pretty as she is popular. reside. ' Their many frieads regret Hcltzclaw, Will Wood, Carrie Andermer will be taken. Other business of Billieiisness and CMtstijutta Cwe4. evening at 7 o'clock. Subject Wor- - he smells an old ham cooking. ! ship and Work in the Early Church. to see them leave. importance is to fee transacted. son, Johnathan Rankin, Mr. and Lame back may come from over'Miss Ada Floyd is voting her Mrs. Wesley Holtzclaw, Mr. and If. you are' ever troubled with bll- -. Kead Acts 2d chapter. The Pastor. Ed Btttli Dier at Lawrancibiirg work, cold settled in the muscles of aunt, Mrs.' W. F. Dishon liousness'or constipation you will be' this week. Mrs. Richard Pettas. A BAD COLD iaterestedf-k- i S. E. Booth of Lawrenceburg,. su- - Ihe'back or from disease. In the-twthe .katemaat, of EJP. A dry, backing cough is hard on Erwin, Peru, Ind. . 'A year .ago, last the lungs, often causing them J to permicnaeni ox a oig .aisunery hi. former cases .the right remedy is iThe liver loses its activity at Heartburn, iadigestioa or distress, t mM1 uia5,Mu:jt OLonaieee- - bleed. v BALLAED'S HOEfiHOUNDl Tyrone died at non- Sunday after a BALLARD'S.? JAmUEtZjLt. should twaes s Tke surest wav to stoo a cold k :. iii' help.. HERBIN.S is of the stoaMek is iaetaat relieved3? rVi ."the; liver . to ,1 iion,"'Mow2 ky iafiaiunMS andSyRUP.iis healing" balm that"lquick- - short, illness of paenmonia. He'Ws be rubbed ' in thoroughly, over the effective uver stiwdaat. It also fcy HERBINE. It ferees the badlv; bowels, and tk mevkrca.tuutie to bofletipatiett. , Sceine Chaasberlain'sj y repairs damage in.the lungs aad a prominent vJemWrat, having been a affected nart. " the .relief will be'. iMrifiea tk bewela. strenshtena di- do this is a lt-ce- at box of Casea Tablet so hijfhly recoiMMaied, I air. passages. Price 25c,50e and extending candidate, for .Collector jJliraipi ilJItl Wflru..j.-a- . arov v 4 geetioB r and reatorta K'a4retli.''ver kT rets. Take(ose or twe Caseareto bought a bottle of them him! they $IM per bottle. Sold by Shugars' at DikiiviHe. Be was55 year okhfo?c and $1.60 per bottle.. Seid by and cheerful spirits. Price 5o. Sold Wwek. Prise 5ts. SM ky Sksrars toaigkt and yor eM May befoaa helped m rigfct away." For sale by Drug Store, Stanford, Lyne Bros., . il.ii fcarvivei by his .wife and two Slmcars. Drnjr Store, Stamford, by Skvfars' Dng Store, Stanford, Dn Sten, Stoafsri, Lyne Bres by Moraiaf . ft Lyme Btm.) Crab Ontari. 'ryiie Bros.Crak OrclufWL ckildrea Mi Crak Orshari. Crab OrekanU ' . , '? - 1 BAD WEATHER SPOILS COURT DAY MONDAY J. Gets a Hifh Class Man DR. perry succeeds m'carty ALL WISH HIM MANY MORE all-rou- nd Mc-Kinn- ey ae- up-to-d- ate o Uel-hug- er I .1,W J8'' ! .t 1 up-to-da- te ,t:. f nec-ess'ar- y. D.-in- I -- -, I - I """ -- 1 1 1 x-- J , i.. con-site- two-thir- ds Me-Kinn- ey r dd con-dent- ly re-.-po- J 5; -- .- f.. """r" a-- . " ..mond. Mes-dani- es ee re-unio- n, I - en-PHll- ips di-ia-- a - - ann-imi- ;' B"V I1 se d-w- ife l4-kr- a - -- I Me--Alist- er, i ek ss -- F0. J o ?&'' i.j ..-'ii- l- - aad-need- - .ui.jm.u':!3Ui 4r :53ISS tkrstSchs'd s .,. i r .'a. f. . ;; j THE INTERIOR JOURNAL STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1915. The Journal & SAUFLEY A FEW CENTS Paid Each Week Into the i NERVOUS DYSPEPSIA GAS OR INDIGESTION WALTON 1 Editors and Managers. Each "Past's Dlaaepsjn" Digests ' &' m IJbr maoi Lincoln County National Bank - a tkaji trraicrix in advance t the pekoffU fdw aw !Mftrr 3,000 Grains Ftti, Emling Ail jttm4 Mntertd t 8tmior4 Stsmach Misery in Five Minutes. j & .. . LANDIS CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CLUB Will bring you a check for Time it! Pape's Diapepsin will Address !1 communications to The Isterioi Journal not to fome individual connected with the pap v. digest anything you eat atad overNo matter .low iirpcrtani they may be, unsigned and anonymous commanicatioBS to come a sour, gassy or out-o- forder The Interior 'Journal, aie ignored. Tho name of the sender :a wanted as an evidence of stomach surely within five minutes. cood faith and not for publication. If you havn something you want to appear in The If your meals don't fit comforta Interior Journal,, you must sign your name The Interior Journal charges for obituof aries, resolutions of lespect and cards thanks. The rite is five cents a line. bag one of the largThe Interior Journal est job printiag establishments in central Kentucky and vill be glad to figure with anyone on any kind of printing. o it. SPECIAL PRICES-REA- D It has been our custom always at the close of each season to make Special Low Prices on certain cles and we always make the Prices low enough to justify your buying and putting away for another season. This time we are making this Special Price early so you can wear the goods now and get the benefit of them this cold weather. Kersey Suits. you knpy,:they are very heavy and warmest of all ck)the& Absolutely all wool. Sold'the nation over at $10. We have just about a dozen suits left and the price will be $6.85 for Coat, Vest and Trousers. Overcoats. We are going to make the price so you will buy if you expect to live this winter and next to wear them. We have too many to name all prices 'hfere, but they will range-imen's coats from $3.50 to $17.50, arid take our word for it, they are cheap. n bly,, or what you eat lies like a lump of lead in your stomach, or 'if you have heartburn;- that is a sign - $63.75$25.50"$12.75 of indigestion. Get from, your pharmacist a fifty-ce- nt . or larger amounts if you wish Just before Christmas when you will need money to buy relatives and friends the customary presents which go to make the day and season the merriest of the year. If you become a member you will be sure to have money when you need it most rfoancAL announcements The Interior Joitrnalris authorized to announce the following candidates for office, subject- - to the August, Democratic primary in -1915: Fer Circuit Judge C. A. HARDIN, of Mercer county. CHAS. C. FOX of Boyle connty. For Commsnwealth's Attorney E. V. PURYEAE. of Boyle County. R. W. KEENON, of MercerTeounty. J. S. OWSI EY,. of Lincoln County. , case of Pape's Diapepsin and .take a. dose just as soon as you can. There will be no sour risings, no belching of undigested food mix-- , ed with acid, no stomach gas or heartburn, fullness or heavy feeling headaches, dizziness or intestinal griping. This will all go, and, besides, there will be no sour food ieit over in Vie stomach to poison your breath ' with nauseous odors Papes Diapepsin is a certain stomachs, be cure for cause it takes hold of your food and digests it Just the same- - as if your stomach wasn't there. Relief .in five minutes from all stomach misery is waiting for you at any drug store. cases conThese large fifty-cetain enough "Pape's Diapepsin" to keep the entire family free from stomach disorders and indigestion for many months. It belongs in your home. . out-of-ord- JOIN TODAY-G- et your Father, Mother, Sisters and Brothers to join --- old er EVERYBODY or young is welcome to join Jailer Dehorde, of ty, has two prisoners. Jailer of Boyd county, has 125, 30 which, to the credit of the county of be it said, are Federal prisoners. Lisncoln coun- De-Bor- de, H. J. McROBERTS. 4. Ask us all about it Call, write or phone The Lincoln County National Bank Stanford, Kentucky Corner, Next to Court House OF IMPORTANCE TO YOU. In order to conform to the requirements of the New Banking Law, and recent rulings of that Department, we will not be permitted to pay any overdrafts after February I, 1915. For this reason checks can not be paid after that date unless there are sufficient funds to meet them. Lincoln County National Bank, Stanford, Ky. $3.00 ONE YEAR $1.75 SIX MONTHS L COURIER-JOURNA- This comparison speaks volumes both for. Lincoln county and the local option cause as we see it here. Lincoln county has a more fortunate location, being in the favored blue grass section, where Her citizens have had almost every advantage. Boyd is classed with the mountain counties, and while she is rapidly forging to the front, eVjen the present generation's opportunities .have not beenj nor are as great. But the real cause of the Boyd county Jailers "full house" is that whisky is sold in Catlettsburg, the county seat, and Ashla'nd, only five miles away. But that state of affairs has existed a long time and not luitil West Virginia went dry did "Boyd s jailer enjoy such a harvest. West Virginia is just over" the river from Catlettsburg and the thirsty citizens of Uuntingfon, a city of 40,000 inhabitants and Ceredo and Kenovn, thriving towns of the same state, quench Iheir thirsts in Bovd's capital. Many j do not drink temperately and the re sult is they get drunk and the "cop" gets them. A gentleman, from Cat lettsburg told the writer that for the three weeks preceding Christmas more than $100,000s worth of booze was shipped out of his town each week, and that the amount drunk there and carried away in jugs and bottles could hardly be estimated. The existing "conditions work a hardship for both the "wet'' town the prohibition State. The forand mer gets more than her share of drinking and the latter is precluded from enforcing prohibition. But what are you going to do?-- One State permits what the other prohibits. The National . prohib" would answer the question in a Jiffy and pay "give us proliibition." So say we all. But there's the rub. What are we going to do in the mean time? With saloons just over the line and the shipment of whisky into dry ter ritory permitted, seems to us we are betwixt the "'devil and the deep bule sea." Patience and shuffle the cards with the hope that things will adjust themselves, is about the best view to take of the matter, and in the mean time we will have to condole with our Jailer DeBorde for his dearth of business and congratulate the other Jailer DeBorde on getting the fattest plum that has fallen In that'section of the State in years. The War of the Kings The great European war has bicn rightly called the War of Kings. The great muss of the men who are doing the fighting have no idea what it is all about, but go forth to slay each other at the be-best of their rulers. This has been repeatedly shown by the friendly intercourse between the rank and file of the opposing armies while lying idly in trenches waiting for orders. A dispatch from Berlin, says, howv ever, that German army authorities have issued a special general . order prohibiting in the future troops in field from fratsrnizing with the enemy's forcest as they did at several points on the Western theater of war at. Christmas. To such an extent was thu fraternizing carried that at" one place, where the Germans and English played football Christmas day, they agreed to suspend hostilities two days more. nt ment in the last issue of the Somerset Herald. It would seem a silly piece of business for any one to enter the fight for the nomination for circuit judge at the hands of the republicans against him. The lawyers and many business men in every county of his district testify that they want to keep him on the bench and if this is the case, why not let him stay in the office he has both honored and elevated1? Johnson N. Camfrom Washington on den announced Monday that he Avill toot be a candidate for the democratic nomination for governor of Kentucky. Senator Camden has many friends over the slate who are interested n this anOn the nouncement on his part. H. IT. Cherry, head same day Prof. of the State Normal School at Bowl- m Green, threw his hat into the gubernatorial ring and the end of candidates seems not yet. U. S. Senator HEARD ABQUT TOWN MIDDLEBURG Walker, of Garrard father of Walteer O. AValkerj of this city, sold to Smith Brothers, of Waco, Texas, one of his famous fox hounds for $150. A. K. In remitting for his paper from Winnipeg Manitoba, Geo. E. Chan- ceellor savs that business is good and that the climate is fine but when he tItii nmrwii mercury is 2 degrees below zero,-- Ave begin to wonder if he is not jesting about the whole proposition. s The Horse, Jack, and Mule Breed ers' Asssociation adopted resolutions endorsing R. L. Hubble, of Stanford, for supenintendant of the Panama-Pacifi- c Exposition. An excellent selection. There is no man in Kentucky who can fill the bill more creditably than our "Took" and were it not for losing him from town for that A Trial Will Convince Anyone length of time would insist on his The Great Kidney Remedy taking the job and holding it down to the "queen's taste" that we know Never Disappoints he could. Dr. W. J. Edmiston and Mr. J. F. Wood, of the East End were here Friday and left some printing for Epsom Hill Sanatorium. Mr. Wood who is an experienced hotel man arrived a few days ago from Saginaw, Mich., and will haVe charge of the sanatorium which is yet a young institution but at which over 1,000 pa- Prof. A. E. Wesley will teach a normal class at tiie Hogue sehool-hous- e, near . Yosemite, heginning Jan. 4th. "Will Kay was lined $50 in. Squire Staton's court on a charge of assaulting John Will Black. The parties live on Hatter Creek. Mrs. Jack Wells has heen confined to her bed for some weeks with acute rheumatism, but is better at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. James Godbey, ot Somerset, spent the holidays with "Mr. and Mrs. V. T. Wilson on Doe Creek. They returned to Somerset Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jasper spent the holidays with Mintonvillc relatives. Whooping cough is worrying the little folks in this town at present. We said so'me weeks ago in these columns that there would be something doing in politics in this county soon, .and our predictions, came true. The woods are said to be full of candidates for representative. Charles Fair and Ed' Wesley have already announced for the Republican nomination and others will "bob up' in a few days. Demberafs have usually allowed them a walkover in the race for Representative, hut it is understood that a good strong man will be put in the field this time. Rev. J. L. Dotson, of Harrods- burg, will preach at the Baptist church jSaturday night, Sunday morning and night. Rev. Dotson conducted a series of meetings here two years ago, and endeared himself to the people and all are glad to have him come baek. D. A. Thomas, of Stanford, was here Sunday shaking hands with his friends. Mr. Thomas was instrumental in the organization of the Farmers' Deposit Bank here, and' was its first cashier. Flash Lights and Electric Lanterns We carry a complete line of Flash Lights, Batteries and Globes Also the new Eiectric Lantern that uses the common Dry Cell Battery for the farmer. Price $1,50 Penny's Drug Store, Stanford, Ky. Your Ear If You Please. What I want to say is this: I want you to begin the new year right by doing a poriion of your trading with me. My stock is fresh and good and my prices are right Geo. H. Farris GENUINE STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Oliver Plows And Repairs. W. E. PERKINS, Crab Orchard, Ky. LOOK AT Daily By Mail (Not Sunday) During January AND February Only. Regular Annual Bargain Period Limited to These Two Months. tients have found relief. Dr. Edras-to- n say's that the propects for a successful year are very good indeed and that the Sanatorium is better prepared than ever to take care of all who come for treatment. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury as mcrcary will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange tlie whole system whea entering It through the mucous surfaces. Sacb articles should never he used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, as the damage tbey will do Is ten fold to the Rood you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufacturedby F. J. "Cheney 8t Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genolne. It Is takes internally and made In Toledo. Ohio, by F. 3. Cheney &'Co. Testimonials free. Sold by Druggists. Price, 75c. per bottle. - Take Hall's Family Fills for constlpattoa. Just Half Regular Price. . . x Subscription orders at this rate will be accepted only when sent through regular Courier Journal, If Judge B. J. Bethurum, of Somerset- is half as strong as one would conclude after reading the endorse- - A few years ago I was troubled with a complication of kidney and stomach .ailments and although 1 tried two or three different doctors, I was unable to obtain a cure. Having heard a great deal about Swamp-Roo- t, I decided to give it a trial and purchased a bottle of Mr. Alexander, the druggist. From the beginning I could notice a change for the better and after taking eight bottles of your medicine, I felt entirely cured and have llot had any trouble since. Had I began using Swamp-Rosooner,. I would have been a few hundred dollars to the good and saved myself a lot of suffering. You may use my testimonial any time you wish. Yours very truly, CHARLES E. .HARRIS. 190 Sixth St. Marion, Iowa. I certify that Charles E. Harris signed the above testimonial m my presence, being first duly sworn to the truth thereof, this the 12th day of July, 1909. one-doll- ar ot W. H. Higgins' Sal Tone Hog Window Show. Step in and Get the Deal. W. H. Higgins. Sweaters and Caps Beautiful line of Ladies and Children's Sweater Coats in aU colors, with caps to match at cost G. M. LYONS . D.R.KINLEY, J, P. Successor to HUGHES & MARTIN I MEMORIALS. No tribute is so appropriate .s a monument, cut from ob- TO THE PUBLIC er I represent the largest and best clothing house in this countryEd V. Price &. Co., Chicago, 111., My. experience in measuring and directing the making of your 'clothes, gives me the advantage over one who will is not a practical tailor. If you giveme your order. 1 will promise you. a square deal 'You will get the worth of your money, either in the cheaper grades or the higher priced. My fall and, winter line of sanpies are now made-to-ord-- agent in this distiict. Dr. KHmv & Ct. BIHHSJRfSflj n. T. Ltttr t .1 Prtve What Iwams-Rs- tt WW U J. L Beazley & Co. H Jlj-! J. C. RTOary BBkBSw LW.mmm E. L. REINH ART Stanford, Ky. COURIER-JOURN altered, unchanged, preserving: a memory through the long years; I invite yotf to see myj work and designs before you. buy a monument. juring granite. It stands un- Fsr fe Ywi BBBBtBsVaVM A Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample size bottle. It will convince anyone. Tou will also receive a book- BBBBBBh- V JBBBBBBBBBBBl ACCOMPANY J Louisville, Ky. f" 5 HARRY JACOBS, Stanford. Ky. . ".. ' about tbe kidneys and bladder. When UNDERTAKER writing, be sure and mention tke ready for your Inspection. Call ad Interior Journal. Regular fifty-cesize bottles for sale let me show you. HfC.RWLEY, aiior' tfDNE Practical TaHar. . at all drn? .stores. Hit , 'i nt one-dollar let of valnabble information, telling AND UNDERTAKER AND ENRALIKR fsr KMt ICY. ssH7. ItaMnMatK DTfNFDDD, KENTUCKY. STAUffRf- - V . f V N. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. STANFORD. KENTUCKY TUESDAY. JANUARY 12, 1915. DID CHILD WAKE UP CROSS OR FEVERISH? Lula HOMELAND THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Stanford 1 On New Year night Miss Belle Rout delightfully entertained at' her homo near Moreland, in honor Losk, Mother! If Tongue Is Coated of her brother, Mr. Jesse Bout, of Give "California Syrup of Tys" Detroit, Mich., and Mr. Whiter Bryo Clean the Bowels. an Moser, of Lexington. Her homo TOMORROW Wednesday Night was decorated artistically for the Mother' Your child isn't naturaloccasion and ueligntiul iruits auu. ly cross and peevish. See if tongue home-madcandies were served. The is coated; this is a sure sign its litguests were : Miv Walter Bryan ' 9 p. Moser, Mr. Jesse Rout, Mr. Guthrie. tle sstomaeh, liver and bowels need IN INAUGURATING A ot Gravel Switch. Mr. Arnold Mew- - a cleansing at once. When listless, pale, feverish, full son, of London, Mr. Rjdgers Hicks, uuu ?V" Mr. Orie Barnett, Mr. Will Nave,!"1 v",'u' eat or act naturally, Ben,dontomaen-aiHorace Riffe, aiarri.oea, Pniitt, Claude Dimviddie, Thomas Kas a iver V " Robert Ford, Clay Davis, Wil- - meinr' lie Lee Pniitt, Edd Nunnelley, Miss given. Stagg, of Stanford treatment es 'Elizabeth ' ,- Nothing equals "California Syrup Mary McAlister, of Lexington, Cleta is Is of Figs" for cliildren's ills: givp -le Kirkpa trick, of Mason,s Gap, teaspoonful, andain a all Pniitt. Nannie Weddle, Clara the foul waste, sour few hoursferbile and In its Nunnelley, Lida Weddle, Martha menting food which is clogged in Tucker, Bettie Nicholson, Olga My- the bowels passes mt ystm in ers. Cleva Rout, Marguerite McCor-niac- k, and you have a well both of and playful Bessie child again. All J3ddie . Carpenter, children hive this Rif fe, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Sandidge. harmless, delicious "fruit will on laxative," Mi's. John Moser and son, Wal- and it never fails to effect a good ler, who is attending Transylvania ''inside" cleansing. Direction Semi-Annual- ly. for University at Lexington this year, babes, chldren of all " ages and grown ups are plainly on the botc e l t . 1....,. v ol Jirs. o. ii. rsuoop at TIT ayiiesuui-g- tle. visited their grandmother, Mrs. STOP BUYING EXPENSIVE Miss Cleta Kirkpatrick, of MaKeep it handy in j'our home. A Eliza Eubanks. COUGH REMEDIES son's Gap, has been the delightful little given today saves a sick child Mr. M. J. Morgan is able to be out guest of Mrs. Noah Bishop. tomonow but get the genuine. Ask Mi', ond Mrs. John Vanhook, of your druggist for a bottle after a severe illness. Make the Best at Hmm Mr.. Sam Wright has moved into-h- is Ind., arc the guests of Miv of "California Syrup of Figs," then j new home. look and see that it is made by the ami Mrs. John Myers. Mrs. Ella Bennett and Mrs. Katie" Money spttit for the old style, Misses Laura Sandidge and Mary "California Fig Syrup Company." . , veady-mad- c, cough syrups in bot- -. Morris and daughter spent Thurs- Hanson, of Millersburg College, were ounces .t,cs uoIdu,S only - to ? PARLOR GROVE dav with Mrs. Hamic. with home folks for the holidays. r liirj!v unc(nl nomtiiP rrwih to A J ' Mr. J. C. Hundley was a business. Mr. J. B. Robinson had the mis-- f Miss Mary Mk'Alister of Lexing- . fof them are composed principally ot i ton, is the guest of her cousin, .Miss oi tune to lose his house and most visitor m Lexington the first ot the . sugar and water, v et you have to i of the contents and a new barn and wce ' Minelle Priutt ior a tew days. !piiv the same price as if it was all . Mr. R. E. Ilorton is improving the medieine stop wast;ng this mono v. Mr. Arnold Newson, of London, his feed by fire Friday night. A deis visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tamme fective flue was the cause and the property recently purchased from C..ytm cau uiake a bett(Jr c(mgh nit1,;. lire hud gained much headway when J. Spradlm. tine at home at one-fifthe cost. for a few days. Mrs. Will Scott, of Danville, is the HUBBLE PERSONAL AND SOCIAL Mr. and Mrs. David Wall and Mr. Merely go to the New Stanford Transylvania the family awoke. The baru caught Mr. Ernest Ford, of guest of her sister, Mrs. E. L. Rein-- ! baby Dru- - Co., and ask for 2 ounces ' Everything is quiet at this place. Sochi Calendar I University was with home folks for lroni Hying sparks, xne loss is ! and Mrs. Armstrong Todd and hart. partly covered by insurance. These spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W (50e worth) of Schiffmann's ConMike Rogers has moved tu the the holidays. W. B. Holderman, the aged fa- -' Jan.r.) Rook Club will meet with Ow-!f- y centrated Expectorant. Mix this with isuiu Miss Nellie Zachriah, of Somer- people have the sympathy ot the.F. buns. iher of Bud Holderman, is very ill Mr. G. G. Terry at 2 o'clock. Mr. Jerome McCoy speut Sunday one pint of granulated sugar and W. C. Pettus has rented the J. II. set, has been the popular guest of community. at his home in Springfield. Miss Vesta Sims gave a party night with Tuseo Sims. Cabbell Woods is "now clerking in one'half pint of boiling water, which Coffey. J. H. Monie, of near Elizabeth- -' Swopefarm for this year. her cousin, Miss Katherine Monday night. Twenty-seve- n guests makes a full pint of (lb ounces). Bohon Campbell's store. retown, is the guest of his aunt, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Minks are Sam Sloan returned Tuesday to This new, simple, pleasant remedy ' NEAL'S CREEK Mrs. J. J. Dickey, of Worthville, J. F. Gover. joicing over the arrival of a pretty were present and had a very pleasBcrea, where he is attending school. ant time. is guaranteed to relieve the wort C. H. Greer. was the gest of Mrs. Mrs. C. Hays Foster and little Mr. T. D RilJll'in VnfaivaA n foln little daughter. Miss Dulcie Baugh is on the sick cough or cold. Also excellent for MihS Liiln, Wsifhllp. wlin 1ms lipfii Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cummins have daughter. Jane Murrell have been .pilono Mr. and Mis. J. Simmons have messaKe from Berea. that his ...... Bronchial Bronchitis Asthma, .c returned from a protracted itay in side for several days. daughter, Mrs. John B. Hemdon, was moved to southern Florida tor tue ' ""J'"C. " " J Mrs. Morris Daugherty lias been croup, hoarseness and whooping ed home. Cincinnati. to be operated on for appendicitis lalter's health. Messrs. Ira Braswell and Harvey visiting her sister, Mrs. Bodner at cough. One bottle will make enough Special Program and Zudora Rev. W. G. Montgomery has acRussell Brown and wife were the Sunday at Berea hospital. home-mad- e, Junction City. cough medicine to probguests of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. cepted a call the Campbellsville Hobson, of Oakdale, Tenn., spent! The opening chapter of Zudora W. L. Sloan went to Berea Tue&- the holidaj'S with home folks. Miss Oca Farmer is visiting her ably last the whole family the enchurch. lie and his family left last h. J. Brown.. will be shown at the opera hose Wed- -, day to visit a few days Mr. David Wall is at home for a fiistf'r. Mrs. Durward Sinirleton at tire winter. Children like it, it is Tnesdav for their new home. Every- Mr. Jiud Mrs. David Rankin of ncsaay evenyag lmrlor tlp auspices. l . William Robiuson returned tO j ,.,-- v,,.rvniffwl VAl-- Klllcll l SP( tllCSC few months. pleasant to take and it positively Danville this week. Canard, spent several day with Mr. Qj, tJle womun. s ijiiii). a snnpmii nro- - .i.ia h.v.v. a. ri. .. ni chil- - contains no chloroform, opium, mor1. Mr. Ira Roberts has gone to Cin !.... Mrs. Bruce Dauirhertv and . t good people leave and all admit , , ,.. . and .Mrs. Miller Hill. v,., ... i,.,D . cu .ui.u.Suu "! n, v , - ;u.ier .penning i nnstmas wall .. dren are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.i phine or other narcotics as do most Ins ihat it is a great loss to the church cinnati, where he will learn jir. uoiin It jngm auu uauguier, ,&" selections being given by Miss ,'randmother, Mrs. Sallie Robinson. and the town. Rev. Gabbard, of barber trade. cough mixtures. Keep it on hand in casion W. R. Daugherty. ... ..... .... have gone to Hen- - es Esther Burcli. Mattie Lee Hubble' '. illM. iMlUCUl Mr. Valentine Fugaly has returnMisses Ethel and Bessie Brackett case of emergency and stop each . Tranyslvania University, lias ac,r .' dersonville, X. C, where they will t ana, jiary inggins. i Pleurisy pains are located just be- - cepted the pastorate of tbe church ed from Stanford, where he spent were the guests of Misses Oca and cough before it gets a firm. hold. spend the remainder of the winter. " The above druggist has been air low the short ribs. Lumbago Chloe Farmer Sunday. the holidays with his son, Bruce. af-- at this place. j S. B. Greer and son, C. H. Greer, Teachers' Training ClaSS. Kirkpat thorized to return the money in every A number of young people gatherfoets the same region but toward Misses Bessie and Lena Miss Mabel McClare has been the Jr., of Bardstown, were the guests Tbpr.. i'-- . tu.,,.1, wii..iii0....Jiisc'Ue back. BALLARD'S SNOW7 LIN- - popular guest of Mss Annie Floyd ed at the home of Mr. Luther Rey- rick were over to see Miss Effief single case where it does not giv V...... bAMU..' of the former's brother, Rev. C. H. found darting in the King's Mountain '3jrENT is the remedy in either at. Huston ville. Miss M'cClure will nolds Saturday evening. Music Farmer last week. December 30th. perfect satisfaction or is not AbsoGreer here last week. the hest remedy ever used. School closed here case. Jr rubbed in thoroughly it eases leave soon for Rchmond, wher she made the evening pass pleasantly. Graded School, Anyone preparing Mr. A. B. Wylie visited his brother Mr. Oliver Singleton, who was the lutely no risk- is run in buying this Miss Josephine Uayden, who is to teach should communicate with pain, relaxes the muscles and the will enter school. Lexington the first of this week. teacher, taught one of the bet remedy under this positive guarandoing charity work n't Paducah, ar . Principal K. E. Sutherland, King's patient .can move .about freely, and Mi.--s Lulu B. Rout leaves this at "Miss 95-- S grand-- , comfortably. Price 25c, aOe and vx'eelv spent rived yesterday to visit her Maisie that haas been taught here m tee. fountain Ky, for Berea, where hhe will en- day night with BraswellVesta Mon schoolsHe did everything in his powSims, years. $1.00 per bottle. 'Sold by Shugar's jther, Mrs. Permelia Brown. Miss collcve at that place. who accompanied her home Tuesday. er to improve the school. It is hoed 'Mr. and Mrs Joe !E. Fairis left Dnur tftorc Stanford, & Lyjie. Bros., ter Announcement Mr. and Mrs. TB. n. Baker of Dan-il!- e Crab Orchard. last week for their winter home in Mis Margaret McCoy has been by the people of this section that h were the guests of her parents, Esther Whitley Burch, who had will be with XIS again next tenn. Orlando, Florida, lihey expect to re-- ! on the sick list. Airland 'Mrs. Will Moser last week. unubual success as a teacher of Messrs' Jerome McCoy and Willie GREEN BRIAR . to Danville about May first. Mr. Albert Baugh visited Mr. turn Mr. John Bray rented the More-lan- d f and Phical Cultuiejias Danville Messenger. who are working at High Charley Baugh Christmas week. Hundley, Mr. and Mrs". John Leach have rehotel from Coulter WHiite and G. C. Rose, Green Clay Walker returned to Stanford and will have Bridge, spent Christmas with their Mr. Oliver spent New Year with turned home from Lexington and took possession the first of the classes in these branches here. parents. and Dr. Wheeler, of Lancaster, were his cousins, Mr and Mrs. Durward The work will prepare pupils for other points, where they have been year, lie and his family are splenhere Saturday. The latter two reMisses Melissa and Delia Padgett Singleton at Danville. did people and deserve good patronTeacher-.- , Platform Ifeaders, Orators, visiting relatives. We are elad to welcome Wallace 4 Lula and Flossie Waddle and Messrs. mained over to the minstrels. Mr. and Mrs. Tolbert Curlis, of age. Mrs. G. F. Gooch, of McKinney, Social and Home Life. All Hues of Iva and TJoyd Roberts spent Sundav Farmer and son. in our neighborMr. and Mrs. A. J. Weddle visitwork will be takee up, Waynesburg, visited Mr. and Mrs. who ha been quite ill of neuritis of dramatic "i"tb Misses Gertrude and Mao hood again. OCULIST - John Leach, the latter part of' last ed relatives in Somerset last week. Hundley. me nerves lor several mourns, is reat attention being paid to correc- week. Mr. Wallace Fanner and son, OPTICIAN Mr. Charley Coffey bus rented a not improving as much as her friends tion of defective speech and proper Aunt El'abctb Padsctt is very George were the guests of his .sister. Messrs. Grover and Will Watts, of farm near Danville, on the Shaker-tow- n use oi tne voice. ould wish. sick with grin. Mrs. Durward Singleton at Danville Eyes Tested Glasses Fitted pike and will take possession Pupils will be brought out in pub-U- c May wood and Jim and Willie Miss McFuiTan, of Mt. Ycrnon, Mr. and Mrs. David Walls and Sunday. visited Mr. and Mrs. Edd next week. AVe regret very much to and Satisfaction Guaranteed recitals and plays. Classes will took the train here last week en family spent Chr:smas with Mr. Mr. Joe Good was the guest ot see him leave. be arranged for teachers and chil- Leach Thursday. route home, after a pleasant visit Uncle Dink Farmer for several days. and Mrs. Jarrett Johnson. Office Over H J. McKsberls Mr. and Mrs. Everett Gooch, of Mrs. Orwin and daughters, of during the holidays witji her sis- dren, and a normal class for those Messrs. Will Rvnlds ap.i Tsco Store wishing to teach expression. Credit Goochtown, are visiting the lu tier's Somerset, were ihe guests of her ter, Mrs. E. J. Chldress at GOOD pictures shows Friday and ""of fhe holidays at home. Kentucky Stanford, Siven at Emerson Ccllege of Oratory, larents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mnncie parents, Mr. and Mrs. AVm. SingleMisses Scion" and Zona Eubnufcs i urday nights. this week. ton. Boston. Miss Georgia Newbern has re Misses Laura and Zora Sims Mr. J. Q. Montgomery and popular Remember expression is one of turned to her work in the University the greatest educational factors in visited Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Reynolds daughter, Miss Ruby left Thursday of Tennessee at Knoxville, after for Oklahoma to spend "the winter. stiendina several davs with Dr. and tbe world and the study of it de- - last week. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Padgett and Mr. AVill WTiite had a very valuMrs. J. W. Pennington and friends velops the mind as much as the study. baby, of Lexington, arc visiting the able cow which he had been offered of mathematics or any of the and relativess at Hutonville. latter parents, Mr. and-Mr- s. John $(J5, to die of an unknown cause last sciences. Mrs. J. T. M'enefee, of Knoxville, week. She will have a room at thei Leach. Tcnn., spent several days here last5 Mise,s Louada and Rettn Sims Mr. McDaniel of Dunnville, a brothejraciea School building beginning week with her husband's parents, spent Saturday night and Sunday r-in-law of Mr. J. Simmons, visMr. and Mrs. J.N. Menefee enpols'v with Misses Sosbia. and Martela ited Mm last week and after return j route home from Danville where ing home on Wednesday was killed '! Ill "" ''.' Muncie. she attended the Taylor Nichols TO REMOVE DANDRUFF Miss Anna Dale of Lexington, the next day by a limb falling on wedding. visited her sister, Mrs. Loyd Sims him while in the woods cutting Get .a Rev. Car.v R. Blain, who recentbottle of Dander-in- e Inst week. trees. ly resigne'd the pastorate of the at any drug store, pour a little Mr. Bill Burton has rented the Mrs. George Hunn entertained ' into your hand and rub well into Viesbyteriau church at Huston ville, property of Mr. George llortonP' ' last Thursday afternoon from 2 to passed through Stanford last week j the scalp with the finger tips. Bv Miss Vesta Sims visited Miss 5 in honor of her husbfandL's Sunon route to J'uieviiie wnere ne nas morning most, if ;not all', of this aw Maisie Braswell Tuesday night. day School class. Ices and cakes accepted charge of tbe church. He ful scurf will have disappeared. Two Miss Maisie Braswell is attend- were served n a very pleasing manwith the or three applications will destroy goes to the mountains ing school at Waynesburcr." ner. Those present were Mrs. John best wishes of a host of Lincoln every bit of dandruff; stop scalp Mr. Osco Claunc, passed through Hubbard, Mrs. James Hubbard, itching and falling hair. cnmitv friends. a here Monday. Mrs. Arthur Wilkinson, Mrs. CharMisses Martela and Sosbia Mun- les Coffey, Mrs. Shelby Hubble, KENTUCKIANS SWIFTLY RELIE VED OF cie and Misses Rettat and Louada Mrs. Lizzie Huston, Mrs. Thomas - STOMACH ILLS 3Y MAYR KEMEDY Sims visited Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Johnson, Mrs. Randolph Coffey, Woodie Sunday afternoon. Miss Mary Hubbard, . Miss Alice ,r Mrs. Bud Sims and children spent White and Miss Susie White. From all over the country come thou- Skows Results After Years of elsesands of just such letters. This won- - j Xew Year day with Mrs. A. C. Mnn-derfMr. and Mrs. George Rout tfof Safferiag remedy shows results, safely, fie. Turnersville, were the guests of Mr. and with the first dose. Mr. Dale of Lexington, was here and Mrs. Noah Bishop Saturday. Many Kentuckians have found swift Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy Vm business last week. Master Smith Adams Baughraan relief from disorders of the stomach Miss Flossie Waddle of Parlor returned home Saturday after a very clears the-- digestive tract of mucoid ac . First Pose ex'' Woerfkl Treateeat cretions and removes poisonous mat- Grove, spent Saturday nignt and pleasant visit with his grandparand intestinal tract by the use of Mayr's ter. It brings swift relief to sufferers Sunday with MisfTMnisie Brasweil. ents, Mr. aid Mrs. Cunningham at Wonderful Stomach Remedy. The little daughter of Mr." and Danville. from ailments of the stomach, liver and The first dose gives results. It is not a bowels. Many declare it has saved' Mrs. Levi Mnneie is very ill at this them from dangerous operations and writing. long treatment Daflflers ef a CtW. Here are statements taken from the many are sure it has saved their lives. , " Do yon know that of all the mini Cwih MMlicIne ftr Children We want all people who have letters of two Kentucky people who or ailments colds are by far the chronic stomach trouble or constiNever give a child a cough medi- most dangerous! It is not tbe colds bave used the remedy. pation, no matter of how long cine that contains opium- in any themselves W. H. CLARKE, Central City, K., that you need to fear; standing, to try one dose of Mayr's form. When opium is given other hut the serious diseases they so "The medicine ha nodess taoinunnu Wonderful Stomach Remedy one find more serious diseases may fol- often lead to. For that reason every "The medicine has done my wife a dose will convince you. This, is the lows Lopg, experience has demon- "old should be gotten rid of with the Y- r. world of good and she has been suffer- medicine 'jso .many of, i, onr people strated that there is no better or lpast possible delay. To accomplish ing with stomach trouble for years--" have been taking with surprising resafer medicint" for .coughs, colds this you will find Chamberlain's MRS. BELLE HAWKINS, Emi- sults. The most thorough' system and croup in childen than Chamber- - Cough Remedy of great help .to you. nence, Ky., "I have taken all of the cleanser ever sold. ..Mayr's Wonderr J Iain's Cough Eemedy. Jt is equally Tt loosens a cqjd, relieves the lungs, medicine. I don't think I seed aay sew, fal Stomach' Rmiy is bow sold v& valuable for adults. . Trr It con- as I think I am well. I sever felt better here hy Penay'g Drag Store asi. tains no opium or other it.harmful aids .expectoration and enables. Kthe . svstem to throw off the cold,. For in my life." . "5 4jp$ft jMUKiM'tf druggists everywhere. 5 drug. For sale by all dealars. solely all .dealersl e- ' " - SAVINGS DEPARTMENT Ray-Murp- hy, "" e, re-Ro- ut, rendering Valuable Services to the. Public, enables persons banking business. thereby increasing small and large .means to deposit this bank such which they draw three per amounts as they desire Start the new cent interest, Compounded ... and "" Mi-nel- Opera House ADMISSION ora '- of-th- e 10 and 15 Cents year right by opening an account with this bank today. "" w 50-ce- nt Saving, Like Spending, Is a Habit habit that always brings wealth ( th J I , "" i., .,.o..i - . ! ..X--- W ....-..A- - I Ex-rcsssi- ou Dr. W. N. CRAIG I Mc-Guff- ey Hus-tonvill- ft. .......... ........Ttlt) 25-eent llll . LISTEN ;; I ul " 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 where. Youirs to Serve, State Bank & Trust Co. Stanford, Kentucky -- - 3.-? -.. t V.-- I 3ftw, w IirD iMMM A .sMja(iU-f3 u I .t t, W " ? ti. i t- ; &ft - Al-- .rwifcSh2 W5 ' C r i i" - . t ., v '' V '.-- .. .".-- . ' .s. . iqmj&&Bm&& M f u VP HAr r vt 'muKjikv t . .,-- - - . t i -- , fe.; f THE INTEBIOB JOUHMAL. tTAHFOttO. KENTUCKY FARM AMD STOCK NEWS W. A. Todd, a wellknown funster of Berea, Madison county, who alfeo has1 a fine farm in the Drake's sec-lio- n of Lincoln county, was here Monday looking over the market. Clarence Rankim a hustling young farmer of the Hubble section, sold to T. W. Jones, the Stanford buyer n bunch of four hogs that averaged 120 pounds at six and a quarter cents a pound. W. C White, the well known farmer and stock trader of the Parks-.vill- e section, was here Monday looking for a bunch oP grazing' cattle, but was unable to find anything that suited him James Jones, former marshal of Crab Orchard, who is now making a success as a farmer and tobacco gvower, sold about 3,0Q0 pounds of the weed on the Danville market last week, that averaged about 10 4 cents a pound. William Spradlin. who bought the E C. Jordan farm of about 100 acres, two miles south of Old Waynesburg, a few years. ago. sold it last week to a party from the mountains for a price said to have been close to $5,000. This is one of the nicest pieces of ground in the southern portion of the county. Mr. Spradlin has not yet decided where he will locate. J. J. Allen, of the West End, was here Monday, looking over the local market. Mr. Allen sold ten head of slop steers to John Johnstone, of Boyle county at six and a half cents a pound. The beeves averaged about 900 pounds each. To Charles Rose, of Winchester Mr. Allen sold a Jersey steer aud a bull at from five to seven cent? a pound, and Allen aNo delivered to Johnson seven fa tv steers that averaged about 1,200 pounds at seven cents a pound and $1 on the head. 3-- TDCSPAY, JANUARY 12, HI5. WAR MULES WANTED ! 0 X Jumes I." Hamilton, of Lancaster hogs to sold 45 head of V. A. Lear at $6.50 per hundred. S. M. Cluindler. of the Cedar Creek section, sold a loc of corn to G. D. Boone at $2.75 a barrel. J. W. Elmore, cashier of the Gar160-pound rard Dank & Trust Co., of Lancaster C. A. Wright, Columbia, Term., will be at Nunnelley's Stock Yards., Thursday, Jan.J 14, .1915 from to 3 p. m., to buy 100, Mules. Mules must be from 5 to 16 hands high; $ to 12 years old; weight 1,000 to 1,300 lbs. 1 1 - f' purchased a fine milk cow from G. B. Swinebroad, price not obtained. Robert Wat kins of Maywood purchased four heifers from T. W. Jones here Monday for which he paid $33. T. W. .lones of Stanford, bought a couple of cows from Green Gooeh' of Waynesburg, here Saturday pay-i- n .fUo for. the two". John Goggin of the Hubble section, sold a pair of seven-year-omare mules to S. B. Saunders, of ld W MaaaaaaaaaMaBBMaaaV'fl' Mlaa I BHaQkaUaaal 1 Bail aBBBW' Vaaaaaaaaal W I I Ready For Your Auto We have purchased The Lincoln Garage in Stanford and invite you to send your automobile to us for anything it may need in the way of repairs or parts ' R. B. and J. H. WOODS .' Hubble, for $325. Wilson and Tatem, of Crab Or chard, sold a cow to Jack Edwards, of the East 'End last week for $37.50. flaIS Jonts Baughman, of Moreland, sold last week to Simon Weil, of Lexington, a car load of 20 steers at seven and a half cents a pound. They averaged 1,230 pounds. T. J. Hill Sr. sold abot (5000 lbs. of tobacco from his Hustonville pike farm on the Danville breaks last week that averaged him 10 cents a pound. M. S. Baughman sold to B. G. Fox of Danville who was here Monday buying mules for army purposes, a pair of aged mules at $140 each. J. H. Baughman neajr Danville, Avas here Monday and bought three .steers that averaged 550 pounds from T. AV. Jones at six and a quarter cents R. K. Young, ol Adair countyi here yesterday 27 steers and six heifers, weighing 700 pounds, at seven cents. Charles Ro&e, of Winchester, was the buyer. Monte Fox, the big Boyle county 'attic buyer, purchased the Charles W. Caldwell beeves at Danville last week. lie got 105 that averaged pounds in weight. They cost Mr. Fox $8.30 a hundred pound, making over a $12,000 deal. V. A. Lear purchased a bunch of heavy hogs in the Hackley section of Garrard, the swine showing a pondorous weight of 300 pounds each, for which he paid six and a half cents a pound. Rus Dillion, of the East End sold last week bunch of 21 porkers that jiveraged about 120 pounds each, to T. W. Jones of Stanford at six cents a pound. He sold three cows and a bull to the same buyer for $100. E. G. Gilliland, near Waynesburg, M)ld to Will Horton, of the same section, a drove of seven porkers 150 pounds that averagd at eight centt a pound. To Everett Dye he sold a couple of about the same size at eight and a half cents a pound. E. L. Woods, the upper Garrard stock exporter, shipped a car of porkers to the city market from Paint Lick. There were 124 head in the lot. Mr. Woods bought'ib' hogs of Center Bros., that weighed 107 pounds and cost him $0.40 per hundred. Center Bros., of Garrard county exported two ear loads of swine to J. F. Sadler & Co., of Cincinnati one consignment consisting of 114 head that pulled the beam at an average of 150 pounds and cost them $b.35, and the latter shipment numbering 111 swine that tipped the scales at 100 pounds and cost $0.40 per hundred. Sterling Curtis- - east of Stanford, sold recently . to Russ Dillion, a drove of eight hogs that averaged 140 pounds at six cents. Mr. Dillion purchased nine head from Ed Jones averaging 133 pounds at the same figures: got three from Logue Stephenson of Maywood and one from Harve l'oyuter of Walnut Flat at the same figure. From Williain Anderson on the Ott'enheim pike he bought: fifteen hogs that averaged 120 pounds at five and three quart ter cents a pound. 1,-305 Mr. Dexter Ballou, the best machinist in this part of the State, will still be in charge and will go for your machine at any time you may need him. Our repair shop is splendidly equipped and we are reany to fix up your old car in fine shape for Spring THE LINCOLN GARAGE 4 Carter & Coffey, Proprietors & -- . HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT The People's Market Place Advertise What. You Have to Sell The above are Dress pants , Corduioys, Kerseys and Knockabout. We have a large supply of Corduroys in Pants, Suits and odd Coats. Work Suits in Kerseys. You will never know how far ahead the "DUTCHERS" are of the other Pants until you have tried. Every "DUTCHERS," a Pant fully guaranteed. Please see these goods before you buj'. ROBINSON'S 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. Printed Stationery For Farms Every farmer who owns his farm ought to hfie printed stationery, with his name, the immc of his postofiice and properly given. The ed heading might also give the names of whatever crop he specializes in, or his specialties in stock. .Neatly printed stationery gives you a per- printed heading might also give the names of whatever crops he specializes in or his specialities in stock. Neatly printed stationery gives you standing with a personality and any person or firm to whom you write and insures the proper reading of jour name and address. If you wish to write toyour eongro.-n.in- n or member of the legislature, or if you have a request to make of your county superintendent of schools, orjf you wish information from any business he use, i- - any case your letter "ill have increased weight a'nd receive metre and quicker attention if you use stationery. Get the habit. Come in the I. J. office and have us print you 500 sheets of good paper with envelopes to match. It will be one of the best invest ments you ever made. DAVIS' STORE Wedding presents at Mueller's Jewelry Store, Stanford. gold of rimless spectacles in Prince case. Reward o' for return to this? office. LOST. Pair DR CRAIG is prepared to test eyes and supply accurately fitted glasses at the lowest price. Office 3tf over H. J. MeRoberts' store. LOST Lady's red poekethook, containing $2 and a ring. Reward for return to Mrs. J. T. Morris tf Stanford. 4-- XOTICEBy order of the Comp J. H. BAUGHMAN & CO. STANFORD, KENTUCKY Pence is at his brother, J. T. Pence's nursing a bad foot. A. J. Manuel is progressing nicely with his new house, and is expecting to move to it in about a "Win. week. PSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRj 70 FAST WINTER SERVICE TO to to 73 to 73 73 70 70 to B 73 to to FLORIDA Via to 73 to to to to to 73 73 KA 73 73 SOUTHERN RAILWAY Premier Carrier of the South "ST. LOUIS SPECIAL" High-clas- s, steel equipped train; through Drawing-rooPullman Sleeping Cars to Asheville and Jacksonville'. m 70 73 70 to to 70 to to 73 70 to 70 STEEL to 70 to to W to 73 to & DINING CAR SERVICE 73 to All Electric Lighted 70 to 70 Other Famous Southern Resorts to Charleston Aiken Savannah Columbia Augusta Summerville COACHES-NE- W m Very Low Homeseekers FaresWinter Tourist Excursion Fares Stopover and other special features.! For information as to schedules, fares and through sleeping to car service communicate with your local agent, or ft. H. TODD. District Passenger Agat Starks BvlUUatf, Louisville. Ky. to to 73 SRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSR SRSRSRSRSRj WINTER TOURIST TICKETS SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARES TO FLORIDA-CUBA-NEWORLEANS AND TO ALL OTHER RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. LIBERAL RETURN LIMIT. FAVORABLE STOP-OVE- R PRIVILEGES. HUWMT,SRfKE AND isa, SCQEEt OffiUVlSSED zx&'-a'Mtt&s- was here court day looking for some good war mules. He and Mr. B. G. Fox bought in Danville last week 25 hybrids for C. A. Wright, of Colum-im- i, Tenn. The mules were purchased from $100 to $140 each and were shipped to Nashville Tenn., where the British aud French govemient inspectors are receiving one thousand head weekly. T)ns makes 10U hcud Mr. Wright has shipped from Danville in the last three weeks, paying over $13,000 for them. V. A. Lear of Lancaster, export ed a car load of 130 head Of hogs to the Cincinnati market that cost him $6.35-pehundred, the porkers showing average "of 150 pounds per ani mal. Mr. Lear also shipped another load containing 75 head of hogs and 15 head of cattle; the hogs averag ing 125 pounds and cost him $6.40 per hundred; the beeves weighing about '1,000-pounand cost him five cents, a pound. James Robinson, a livestock ex porter, of Garrard county, shipped a car load of mixed stock to the city market from Lancaster, the fol lowing being a few purchases for the . . r ds Hon. M. J. Farris, Jr., of Danville With the low prices that have prevailing in the tobacco markets, we hear some of the people say that they are going to plant a crop this year again. Moving is still all the go in this section. Garland James is moving to his farm that he bought from his father, J. A. James. George McKinneyJ who has been living in Garrard for the last three or four years has moved to the old home place. Walter James has moved into the widow McKinney house near Davis' Store. Rev. John Long sent wprd to the Pine Grove church that he would fill his next regular appointment there on the third Saturday and Sunday in January. Miss !EUa Harris is stili improving to tiie delight of her friends. J. W. Coleman and family have moved to Crawfordsville, Ind., with the expectation of making their future home. BEE LICK As I have not written to the good old I. J. for some time, I will try again. . i one day during Christmas with ilr. and Mrs. W. M. Scott spent ElLe-li- , troller of the Currency on overdrafts will be paid by this bank after Feb ruary 1, 1D15. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Stanford, Ky. ily. Mrs. James Lunsford has been on FOR RENT For 1915, a 225 acre the sick list. farm wittt good improvements, a Mr. and Mrs. John Brackett are splendid tobacco barn and silo. rejoicing over the arrival of a, little I V I have a fall line of T About 15 acres for tobacco, about son, Charlie. V which I am offering at toy attractive 50 acres for corn and small grain, Mrs, F. L. Thompson and ehildien balance in grass. Apply to Hughes of Preachersville, have been visit- X prices. tt interested ak lot samples X ndptice. and Martin Stanford, Ky. tl"tf ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Sprinkles. DR. J. G. CARPiiNTER has opJ. W. Brown and daughters and: ened his office in the Lincoln Coun- Son, Homer, Avere visiting Mr. and Lexington, Ky. ty National Bank Building, Room 21, Mrs. D. O. Lewis at Moreland. on the right of the stairway, and Miss Ethel Wright has been visitwill continue to practice diseases of ing Mrs. F. Burke. the Eye, Nose, Throat, Ear, GenitoMiss Beulah Sprinkles has been urinary, Rectal and Pelvic Diseases the guest of Miss Mary Shepherd and Sargery. Eyes skillfnlly examined and glasses prescribed when nee" Messer at Stanford. J. W. Brown and family have mov100-essary. Your Property in the ed to Preachersville. Stephen Rice and family have Administrator's Notice moved from Rowland to this place. All persons holding claims against Miss Laura Gilliland is spending Fire Insurance Co. the estate of R. C. Durham, deceased, will present same properly prov- several days with Miss Maggie of Hartford, Conn., en to J. N. Menefee, Jr.. at Stanford Yaught. with or to nivself, J. B. Dinwiddie. Admr. Mr. Albert Crabtree, of Middles-bor- o, has been visiting friends here. 3 SAUN& SMITH, Ageits Mrs Oeorgian Gilliland has been visiting Mrs. Kate Coovert. Stanford, Kentucky Please Settle at Once . Misses Hattie and Bertha Leigh The I. J. starts the New Year un- have returned here after spendmg der new management and requests a few days wth relatives at Hustonallwho owe it to please settle at ville. once so that all of business may be Mfcs Lizzie Brackett is spending wound up and the books kept several days with her brother, John straight. Those Inning claims against Brackett. the former management will be paid Everyone present enjoyed the tf at once. Christmas tree and entertainment DANVILLE, KY. given by the teachers and pupils of Administrator's Notice OFFICE NEXT LOGAN'S STABIW the school her. All persons owed by estate of the late Mrs. G. C. Givens are requested to present claims properly proven by law to the undersigned administrator. Those owing the estate are requested to call and settle promptly. 3-t- FOE SALE Pure Barred Rock Dink Wilkinson, W. C. OuidiCf cockerels, Mr&. Morrison Bright, F. A. Land. Stanford,. R. P. D. No. 2. Phone 4(i. THE LIBERTY LUMBER CO. 4-- 3. Liberty. Ky. STRAY horse: was taken up in Manufactures o; and Dealers In Stanfr.rd ; is about 7 or S years- old, a bay; star in forehead, one white All kinds of rough and dieted lumfoot and. one behind on right side; ber, moulding and casing of all burst hoof on left hind foot. Owne kinds, ceiling, flooring and siding, can get same- bv paying keep ebarge all grades. and this adv. B. D. CARTER. Chief Snd us your ordvrs for mill stuff 2-- tf cf Police, Stanford, Ky. and framing. Prices and grades SHELBY CITY guaranteed. We are having some cold weather at this writing-Mr. Fred Urfer, of Louisville, has bcea visiting friends at this place. MesJnnies Fannie Burke and Largest Yietthii Varieties Georgian Gilliland have been spend-- , Grow Everywhere ing the holidays Avitlr Lexington Prices Law friends. Miss Maggie Yaught has leeu the guest of Miss Laura Gilliland. Bryant, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bender were visiting J. "W. Brown and fam. Seed Oats & Corn JOSEPH MOES d. In. ..n , lrl rieiuoeeus uh-t- t I W. Bush Nelson I kmn:"4 INSURE 8. Old Connecticut 2-- Dr.HeirjUwy VeteriMiy Surgeon 2-- GET YOUR B. 3V. GIVENS, Admr. 2-- tf bert Elder and family. a Mr. David Proctor and Miss spent one day last week with W. M. Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Elder visited Miss Julia Hasty and J. C. Hamm, of Quail last week. Mr. A. L. Scoot spent the night with-M. Taylor last week. Mr. J. W. Scott has moved to his M. Administrator's Notice All persons owed by estate of the late S. E Owsley are requested to present claims properly proven to the undersigned administrator. Those owing the estate are requested law to th undersigned administrator Those owing the estate are requested to settle promptly. B. W. GIVENS, tf Admr. 2-- Field Seeds OF T. D. NEWLAND FRESHEST AND BEST brother's new dwelling. M. M. Taylor spent Christmas week at Mt. Vernon, Spiro and Ma Nttict to Hiwttrs. the ' HtfflHHFi Far rartiwilara'AfaJy te Aay Ticket Agent er AUreaa &!5h a " b aersoa eight cait-io- r skoato, 9; irom the bunch ;wj,koss weighing L C IDK, Pais Mi Tufa! Afttt 101 Eat Maaa S., t latagf , Ky. r . j,j ... , 580 pemds, for six oeais a pouad; frbm Cleveland Bourse a steer that tipped the beam at 980 pounds' at cento pound: and six and 'Xro A. H. BaatiB, oU for 40.- one-four- th , x We, the undersigned, agree to law against . retspurg. trappers on our fanm Fox huntMr.' and Mrs. Neece Sparks have ing especially prohibited. All hounds it'omd on our lands roaming, trailreturned home from Lawrence. J.!1 A. Proctor and. wife, of Qnail ing or in .the ehaser will be consid speat last Sunday with W. E. Taylor ered trespassers and treated act, ana lamuy. . ,.... rnrnuNlvr. , the wife of Joha String. Ayers, Ci. JtcAiee isora Bra,'io Tni. " NY. P. tt Give&ft, Maurice Givens, er a bur girL C. Hetcalf has married Isaac SOfcelby, Ifiww Skdby, L. Rev. C acaiau Tkie aaakeg his' foartk' tnae C. Bosky, H. P. Eawlrias, I. S. ttnujatteatt wfll aiore to Tevis ft So, H. L. Ttrig, Jot Mr. Wriffat, G. A. McBoWta. " i, h -- Everyone Join the 1915 Saving . 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